Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1F Wakulla County Chamber BY 'Keith Lee' CLASS OFFICERSThe

of Commerce adopted the following Due to the fact that I have Sixth Grade elected their

Resolution at their Oct- been doing some traveling In Class Officers for the secondsix
ober 27th meeting the past few weeks I have noted weeks period. They ares

M WHEREAS, this nation has that Congressmen Don Fuqua President, David Brown; Vice
been afflicted with a wave of and Billy Matthews have been President, Desmond Tucker;
dlsgracevul protests against the attending most of the same events Secretary, Lorinda Nazworth;
action of the United States in in the newly proposed Dis- Treasurer, Marilyn Nazworth;
Viet Nam wherein members of trict Both were at the Sea- News Chairman, Greg Kelght-
our Armed Forces have been insulted food Festival in Apalach; both ley.
attempts made to disrupt were at the Pine Tree Festivalin We were sorry to have the fol-
c movement of military Perry;both have been in Tal- lowing boys and girl to withdraw -
;: forces, andWHEREAS lahassee- looks like they mightbe from our classt Vernon

r .; said protestershave politickln .. Heard many Martin, Vicksburg, Miss. ; Den-
{ openly and brazenly violated nice comments about the Craw- ver Cyr, Charleston, West Virginia -
the Law and encouraged and fordvllle School Band at last ; and Cheryl Center, Tal-
solicited others to violate the week's Fair parade "They I lahassee, Fla.
Law by destroying their selective sure are little to play so good' The birthdays In October were
e a r! service registration cards, and was one comment on the line of: Patrick Combs, Franklin Mc-

WHEREAS, suchactionby said march. Hats off to Skip West Elroth, Desmond Tucker, and
protestants has actually aided who they say is doing a fine job Eddie Whaley.Mrs. .
: the enemy by giving a false Impression with the band .. Wakulla Carlton Whaley and Mrs.
to the world that the County's loss is Holmes Coun- Bobby Posey surprised the 6th
rank and file of the people In ty's gain as L. D. Taylor moves grade with a birthday cake and
1 this country approve of such disloyalty up the success ladder of the punch Friday. -
thereby strengtheningthe County Agents .. Understandthat The November birthdays are.
moral of the communist and there will be a big Home- David Brown, Larry Posey, WIl-
; perhaps costing us American coming Parade come Friday in ladean Wade.
lives in Viet Nam, and Crawfordville r, Itwas a plea- Everyone had a nice time at
WHEREAS, the above men- sure to see the American Legion the Fair.
tioned action together with the handle the raising of the
advocacy of civil disobedienceby AMERICAN FLAG during I the
other groups, sanctioned by .playing of the NATIONAL ANTHEM -
shyster politicians, is undermining at recent football game
all respect for law and in Crawfordville. .. Understandthat
Y order in this nation and engen- this year's Fair attendance
dering disrespect for all law enforcement was off from a year ago. Emphasis

officers to the great on the Highway Safety r .
detriment of our country, Program of State Treasurer Bro-
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ward Williams Is beginning to
RESOLVED by the Wakulla pickup speed and stories are appearing -
County Chamber of Commercethat In dallies and weeklies
this body go on record as throughout the state. Treasurer
deploring the action of the a- Williams is pushing it in almost
bove mentioned groups; that we every speech he makes nowadays -
reiterate our loyalty to this nation .. Understand that plentyof
y our approval of its actionin Mullet are being caught in
Viet Nam, and that we re- the county seine-yards ..To DAVID BROWN
THEY NEARED THE WEST SIDE OF THE CAPITOL BUILDING the law of the land; that we passenger, "There'll be no
pledge our support to the peace charge, lady. You did most of
COUNTY AGENT TAYLOR officers of our county, state and the driving" .. "You'vereach-
1966-CROP PEANUTINFORMATION ACCEPTS NEW POSITION nation in the enforcement of the ed middle age when you notice
-. DISTRICT MEETING law and In refuting the false that you're suddenly older than
NOTESIf 1965" County Agent Lawrence D. charges of brutality so unjustlyand any of the players on your favorite -,
A national marketing quota of: "Camp Meeting, Taylor asked at the regular falsely levelled against major league team" .
1,368,500 tons and a national there ever was a time when slides and gospel singing, will Board Meeting November 1st them. Some reports of children markIng -
allotment of 1,610,000 acres soil and related resources conservation provide Inspiration at the even- that the Board of Commissionersaccepthlsreslgnktlon BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, on homes during Halloweenlast

for the 1966 peanut crop has was Important, that Ing services In the following as County that a copy of this Resolutionbe week .. We ask parentsto
time is now, according to J. B. Methodist Churches Crawford- of WakuUa and ask their children be
been announced by the Secre- Agent County sent to the Honorable Spes- to more
tary of Agriculture, accordingto Miller, Chairman the Wakulla ville Methodist, Sunday, Nov- that It become effective as of sard Holland, Honorable George considerate of other persons
J. K. Moore, ASC County Soil Conservation District. ember 7, 7i30 P. M. t and Sop- November 30th, less earned Smathers, Honorable Don Fuqua property. We feel that if the ;'
Committee Chairman. Florida Basing his statement on, "The choppy Methodist, Sunday, November leave time. The purpose of his and Honorable !Billy Matthews, children the trouble necessary ., 1 Osa11N
world andtechnology" 14 rii 0
is allotted 55,228 acres for pro- exploding population 7i30P.M. resignation was to enable him a copy be given to the press anda to clean up after such
ductlonofthe 1966 peanut crop.Tuesday Mr. Miller pointsout The slides were taken at a to accept the position of County copy spread upon the minute pranks that they will resist doing DESMOND TUXE
November 23, has that, In spite of p'esent-a- camp meeting recently held in Agent in Holmes County, as of the Chamber of Commerce. them. We understand the
also been set as the date for a bundance, population is now Southern Mississippi, which the of December 1st. Moved by Mr. Wilson, seconded Crawfordville Band Boosters vot-
growers' referendum on quotasfor outgrowing production and that Rev. Jesse Baker and family attended County Agent Taylor said thatit by Mr. Redfern, and unanimously ed at their last meeting to havea
the 1966, 1967 and 1968 "one of these days we're goingto The Rev. Mr. Baker would not be easy to leave passed at the regular I banner made to be carried in
crops. The last referendum was have"shortages, not sur worked In the ministry to child- the many friends he has made meeting of said body on Octo- front of the school band so they
held In 1962, when a record pluses ren and youth at this week-long during the past seven years that ber 27, 1965. could be Identified when march-
96.9 percent of the growers vot- "We have grown from a population meeting. This camp meeting is he has served as County Agri- Ill Fred Kelghtley Ing in a parade.. In my traveling -
ing approved marketing quotasfor of 65 million to 180 under the direction of the Me- cultural Agent here, but taking President around went through A-
the 1963, 1964 and 1965 million since 1900", he said. thodist Church with other denominations Into consideration the promotion popka last week and stopped by
crop of peanuts. "It Is now estimated that we participating. Involved he could not very well Attests/ John Plgott to see Billy Howell. Sure was
At least two-thlrdi of the will have 225 to 320 million by turn this opportunity down. He Secretary good to see him. Missed seeing -
growers voting in the referen- 1975 and 300 million by 1993. and his family will make their his family, the children in J Jt

dum must approve quotas if theyare Unless we can greatly Increase SOPCHOPPV FIRST PTA home In Bonifay, and have asked school and Sally out somewhere M I I
to be made effective If production, we cannot always this paper to extend a stand- HONOR ROLL probably spending all Billy'
quotas are approved, growers continue to provide the level ol MEETING NOV. II Ing Invitation to their many money. They have a nice big
who comply with their allot- nutrition and the quality of production "- friends to visit them in Bonifay "A" Honor Roll new home. So everybody go by
ments will be eligible for price that we have today. The Sopchoppy PTA will have at any time. 5th Grade, Marsha Jernlgan; and spend the night with them LORINDA NA2WWTHAHItVN
support at a rate to be announced Mr. Miller indicates, too; their first meeting Thursday, 4th Grade, Angela Evans; 3rd
later and that there are factors In present Nov. 11. We have a good
marketing penalties pro- Grade, Alice Cherry and Begins -
will apply to any "excess" surpluses that are not readily the gram planned, including a ta- LOCAL WOMEN WIN Oaks; 2nd Grade, Michelle C'VILLE HOMECOMING
peanuts produced. apparent. For example, lentshow. We will sellout McCalllster Dennis
RIBBONS AT FAIRMarycibbswonlstwith Tucker,
nation has for other ANNOUNCED
gained uses cards the door PLANS
If membership at
more than one-third of the Helen Wilson, Candy Smith 1st
voters oppose, quotas and penalties In recent yean 30 million acres, although you don't have to havea a pas- Grade, Anna Whaley."B" ; Crawfordville High School has
will not be in effect for formerly devoted to productionof card to get In. We would like tel portrait of her son, Dennie. Honor Rolls set November 5 as the date for
feed for hones and mules
1966-crop peanuts. Price support to have every parent at this Fran Mathis won 3rd. with a pen 12th Grades Sandra Burnette this year's Homecoming. Plan-
but this Is There ,
available to growers who now over. are meeting. Support your PTA, and Ink drawing, "11e Fisher- Donnie Mil- ned activities include a pow-
less and Sparkman Danny
than 5 million horses ,
:omph/wit their acreage allotments also your children and everyone men", at the North FloridaFair. wow Thursday night, November
mules left the ler, Marilyn Alllgood Jan
altogether at ,
,yet come 7i30 P. M.
whictt vlllremaln .
in effect 4, the Homecoming Parade the
peak in 1918 we had 26 725- Pearce, Kathy Strickland, Mar-
whether o.' not quotas are 000. Both "artists" exhibited paintings tha Turner. Alumni Banquet, the Homecoming r.
ipproved, will coop to 50 per- with the LeMoyne Art Gal 10th Grader Rhonda Burnette. game, and the dance following -
:ent of parity and another refer- lery in Apalachicola last week. 9th Cradei Linda Taylor, Dar- the game.
mdum will be held in 1966 for lyne Wildren, Frank Coleman, The pow-wow, Thursday nightat
fie following three-year crops. NEW PANEL WALL Andra loftin 8:00 p, M. will feature the MAZMRTH
Cheryl Harvey.
The national peanut acreage PHONE OFFERED "'- .... 8th Grade Deborah Coxwell, C.H. S, Band, the cheerleaders,
allotment, less one-tenth of 1 Mellnda Loretta Laird skits, and the coronation of the
percent reserved for new farms, Southeastern Telephone Company Arnold Green Harvey, John, Lovett. 1965 Homecoming Queen. The
is apportioned to States, and the has Introduced a new wall ( 7th Grade Strickland three candidates from the Sen-
,State allotments are apportioned telephone with color panels. r Sara Nazworth Ricky Linda Lawhon, ior class chosen to be candidatesfor
. among individual peanut- The new panel telephone, the Cindy Russ. Homecoming Queen are Karen -
producing farms within each company says, combines space- 6th Grade David Brown Bet- Nazworth, Jan Pearce, and
State, according to provisionsof saving advantages of wall Green Diane Mathers, Pat- Kathy Strickland.
governing legislation. The telephone with the beauty of a ,; ty ricia Moore, Marilyn Nazworth, I The Homecoming Parade will
county committee chairman phone which blends with any lorinda Nazworth, Clifford I, be Friday afternoon, November
stated that individual farm acreage room's decor. Smith Desmond Tucker Eddie S, beginning at 2:27 P. M. The I
allotment notices will The panel telephone features parade will feature the March-
be mailed all well in four different textured vinyl Whaley.5th Grades Debra Welford Ing Panthers, floats, cheerleaders -
advance of the ping season. panels, beige, white, tangerine Betsy Smith Debbie Mathers, the HoraecomlngQueen and
Allotments for the 1966-crop and turquoise. The customer Jed Oliver Pat her court, and other features of
Fagan Tony
of peanuts on most farms in the may select the panel which Green Steve ,Luthle Interest. Rlckards and Sopchoppy -
county will be fitshlscolorschemeat the time .
approximately Cawls, Duane Sparkman.4th Bands have also been invitedto
the same as In 1965. of installation.Bill .
There Grade! Karen Porter participate in the parade. A
were 22'peanut farms in the Malloy, District Com- Benton Raymond Smith show will be presented In front Neighbors
county with allotments totaling mercial Manager, Southeastern Wetherington Brimmer of the Court House by the parade
Cheryl ,
502.7 acres. Telephone Company advises -....
Paula Sher- participants at approximately .....
e Caby, Jan Harper,
there will be no extra monthly I 2730 P.M.
Sarabeth Morrison
ry McAlpin, ,
charge and only a small Initial
Louise O'Connor. For the Homecoming Came,
Installation cost for this new I the Panthers host tothe
CRA1TFORDWIEJUNIOR phone.These. 3rd Grades Cene Strickland, dera
4 : Jack Townsend, Dennis Wor- The
CHEERLEADERS phones are availablenow Homecoming Court will be -
rell, Usa Smith, Danlca Wel I presented
and can be seen at any of ; ford, Kathy Green, Carmen I In pre game activities, r
9th Cradei Sandra Wethering- the Telephone Company Business I # Pelt. and the Panther Band and the
ton Cathy Padgett Ja.nIco.Jt- Offices. -.-_ ,
2nd Grader Beverly Cowdy. Redskins Band will be In chargeof
ton, Beth Harvey.8th THE SCENE IN THE TELEPHOTO LENS THIS WEEK SHOWS TWO lit Grade! Terry Posey, Son- halftime' activities.
Cradei Barbara Weeks, FORMER STUDENTS OF SOPCHOPPY AND CRAWFORDVILLE Ja O'Connor. Student Council will sponsor
Diane Harper! Melinda Harvey, HIGH SCHOOLS, WHO WERE ACTIVE IN F.r.A. WORK. WIL- a dance In the gym Immediately I
Connie Kane 11. 'Members of Florida' stale SON MCALLISTER, LEFT, A FORMER STATE VICE PRESIDENT, : following the game. r
7th Cradei Cindy Ruts, Becky legislature, which meet la AND HOUSTON TAFF, RIGHT, PRESIDENT OF THE CRAW
Porter, Wanda Harvey Sherla April of odd year in Tallahassee FORDVILLE CHAPTER. BOTH McALLISTER AND TAFF WENT More than six ton of annual .
Sealey. receive $1,200 per year plus ON TO COLLEGE. HOUSTON IS NOW AT F.S. U. AND WILSON I rye crass seed U planted each
S23 expense allowance per day IS AN F.S.U. GRADUATE AND SERVING IN THE PEACE CORPS. ,;winter' itt Florida's Cypress Oar.tans. "Darn it, Fan*-must. you
during session follow me everywhere



I COtJN'U..Ji l Sell KNAPP SHOES full or part MINUTES OF WAKULIA In the Circuit Court of the Second -

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1965 time. Earn $25 to $150 week. COUNTY COMMISSION LEGAL NOTICEIntheCircuitCourt Judicial Circuit, In and FUNERAL HOME
and bonus. I NOVEMBER 1, 1965 Florida.In L. mLEY
on high commissions of the Second For Wakulla County, J. Director

Steady year-roundbusinen. The Board of County Commissioners Judicial Circuit of Flori- Chancery. Licensed Embalmer k Funeral

WAKULLA" Equipment furnished free. Writeto of Wakulla County: met da, In and For Wakulla Coun Case No. H74. I

I J. G. Clayton, Knapp Shoes, this date in Crawfordville with ty. In Chancery.. Thomas Triplett, Agnes Trip- Phone 697-3366 ,

COUNTY NEWS; Brockton, Mass. the following present Willard No. 1351 lett, Walter Triplett, Jr., her FLA.

2t-I1/". 18. Carter, Chairman, Ceorge Janie Fitzgerald a widow, husband, et ala, CABRABELLE,

Tel''pho.. WAlB.t I-UOI Young, Vice Chairman; William Plaintiff, Plaintiffs, "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"SERV'NG
D. Walker, Ralph Strick- VI. vs.Cbediah.

FOR SALE Urge fuel oil heater land, and John L. Davis, Joe M. Milam and Juanita Mi- Triplett, Charles Davis WAKULLA( COUNTY I It
with electric blower. Also mlsilonerst Moody com-I lam, his wife, Jerrell Metcalfand John Stamper and Ross '

55-gallon tank. Contact Cutls Clerk W. R. Taff, Evelyn Metcalf, his wife, Hannon, et als.,
Vlrr>la K.,htley .. EIIt.. Elderkin Stone, Crawfordville. B. Carraway, Director Mosquito Defendants. Defendants.

Fred Ketfhtley.: ..... '.bllaher The minutes of the last meet-
ing were read and approved. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE TOt FRED L TRIPLETT

Entered at Crawfordvtllt, Florida County Agent Resigns FORECLOSURE SALE 2515 West Rivervlew
BtNOZR eiectrio
aewinf machine Ohio
MI wtond clue matter. Subacrlp ( In console cabinet, like new. County Agent L. D. Tayloi TOi Whom It May Concern Dayton,

Unft Ltto'fl.,110 per year, Bewa forward and re eme.' AH submitted his resignation asCoumtyAgenteffective Notice It hereby given pursuant WILLIS 2515 West TRIPLETT Rlverview -
Novem- YAT E
attachment to
mating buttonhole
to a Final Decree of Fore- 1.OR1DA
*, sdc-satglnc and fancy ber 30, 1965, and the resigna- closure dated October 26, 1965, Dayton, Ohio
stitch dcdgni. Fully ;;;saran. tion was accepted on the mo- and entered In Chancery Case You, your heirs and legal representatives t I

teed. Can be teen In your area. tion of Commissioner Davis. No. 1351 of the Circuit Court, are hereby notified THURS.. FRI b SAT.,
eight monthly paymentsof Commissioner Strickland mov- flo- thataBilofComplaintforpartition
In and for Wakulla County, I
MJl or will discount for ed that the County hire Mrs. of the following des-
rida in the above cause
REALTY caah. Write: Credit Manager Janice Harvey for the month of and I cribed property, to-wltt
122 I will sell to the highest
8. Clearwater Road Largo November and it.was so carried Lot 15, the West Half of Lot
Florida. best bidder for cash at the front !
the second of Commissioner and the West Half of Lot Lancaster
on 6, Burt Marcello MaitrolannlVlrna
door of the Wakulla County
RIg Real' Estate
BrokerSt. Wa-
Young. Court House In Crawfordville, 7, Hartsfield Survey, '
Marks Flo.' LEGAL NOTICEIn Commissioner Strickland mov- Florida, at 11:00 o'clock A.M. kulla County, Florida, Lee Lit
ed that the Clerk write to the has been filed against you, and
Phone County Judge's Court, on the 15th day of November, 'THE HALLELUJAH TRAIL""CASANOVA
141 Wakulla County, Florida. State Road Department and request A.D. 1965, the following described you or your heirs or legal representatives "TO"
that re-locate to servea
they corners are required
real estate situate, lying -
ESTATE of JOHN W. FORREST of streets in Crawfordvillethat or plead-
of answer
REAL'ESTATE ALL TYPES I and being in the County of copy your
Deceased. were moved when Court Wakulla and State of Florida, ings to the Bill of Complaint on

Associate: NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo House Square was paved. to-witt the plaintiffs' attorney, Charl-

.. M. Hatcher. Sr. All Persons Having Claims Called Meeting Nov. 8th, 7:30 I Commence at the northwest ton L. Pierce, Tallahassee 107-1/2 East Florida Jef--
ferson Street, ,
Phone WA 6-3201 or Demands Against Said Estate The Chairman called a special corner of that certain tract and the original answer or PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN

You and each of you'are here- meeting for November 8th at of land conveyed to J. H. pleadings, in the office of the OUTDOOR ON WOODVILII HWT.

by notified and required to file 7:30 P.M. for the purpose of Metcalf by Clara Desvergers Clerk of the Circuit Court on or

If You Need. any claims and demands which discussing tax assessments with by deed dated September 30, before the 29th day of Novem- thru Sat.
the Tax Assessor.On 1944 and recorded
you, or either of you, may on page ber A. D. 1965. If you fail to
Today, Frlf C Sat.
e OfficeSuppliesllusinefes have against said estate In the the motion of Commissioner 119 of Deed Book 30 of the do so, judgment by default will

I Machines office of Hon. George L. Harper Young the Board approvedthe public cords of Wakulla be entered against you for the

I Office FurnitureSee County Judge of Wakulla following Mosquito Control County, Florida and run relief demanded in the Bill of AGENT 008-3/4" "MY SON, THE HERO"
Budget Amendments AccountNo. North 83 degrees 23 minutes
County, at his office In the
or Call Court House in Crawfordvllle, 201, Salaries, State #1, East along the south side of Complaint.DONE AND ORDERED at and and
RANEY WHALEYat Florida within six calendar Funds increased to $5,962.50; Rock Landing Street the distance -
Crawfordville, Florida this "LOVE HAS MANY FACES"
Account No. 202, Solvents, of ISO feet to the pointof RYAN'S EXPRESS"Bonus
months from the time of the 28th of October A.D. 19- "VON
day ,
first publication of this no flee. State #1, Funds increased to beginning. From said 65. Feature Fri.-Sat. Nites!
$6,792.29 Account No. 501 of beginning run North and
CAPITAL 'OFFICE'EQUIPMENT Each claim or demand must be ; / Pearce "MOVE' OVER DARLING"
writing and contain the placeofresidence Continge, State #1, Funds decreased 83 degrees 23 minutes East Moody Court ,
CO. Clerk of Circuit BATASI"The
and post office address to 249.92; Account No. the distance of 50 feet, Floridaby
319 South Adam St. of the claimant and must 202, Crease, State #2, Funds Increased thence run South 8 degrees Wakulla County,
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE 40 minutes East the distanceof / / Johnle Umbaugh
to 1,343.55 Account
be sworn to by the claimant, ; COURT SEAL
FLORIDA No. 501 State 2 ISO feet thence run West (CIRCUIT )
his agent or attorney, or the Continge. # 4t-ll/
same shall be void. Funds decreased to 146.32; Account 50 feet, thence run North 8 I

Ill Floy F.. CaNunAdministratrix No. 203, Crease, Local, degrees40 minutes West 150
Funds Increased feet to the of begin-
4,709.56; Account point
c t.a. of the
LEON SEPTIC TANK Estate of John W. Forrest No. 206, Insurance, Local ning, being in Section 25, Most Talked About...The Most Unusual...
Funds Increased to 319.25; Township 5 South, Range 2
SERVICE Fishback, Davis, Dominick C Account No. 208, Incident, Local West. The Most Needed Knife in AmericaMIRACLE

ot 170 Troutman East Street Funds increased to 80.75; Dated this 26th day of Octo-
Clean Account No. 501, Contg., Local ber, A,D. 1965.
Orlando Florida
Repair Funds decreased to 15.44.
Attorneys for Administratrix, (SEAL) KNIFEGreatest
c.t.a. Advertise for Photostat /Moody Pearce

The Best For Less!! 4t-lQ/l4.2l.28.11/4. Commissioner Davis moved Clerk Circuit Court,

-'- and Commissioner Young I e- Wakulla County Florida I
Telephone condedand itwas carried to advertise !- lt-11/4. __ I I I I

Tallahassee 877.1773 forbids on Photostat Machine -

after 6:00: p.m.OPPORTUNITY NOTICE TO BIDDERS for Clerk's Office; Bids WISH I'D SAID
to be opened on December 6th Gift Idea Ever!

Notice hereby given that the at 10:00 o'clock A.M. 1st pay- THAT r ,,. 12" LONG
Board of County Commissionersof ment to be made in December AMERICAN MADE a STAINLESS STEEL ,
Wakulla County will receivesealedbidsforfurnishing 1966 and balance to be paid in
December 1967. Machine to be
i 11 e k, Photostat Recorder No. Itek Photostat No. 11041, rl' Use Iken
11041, 14.18 with 16/35 or e- 14.18, recorder with 16/35 or I ; SAW IDGI Use IkeU
qual. Bids will be opened on equal. "Principles are worthless- tat Inns In/s, WAVED EDGE
December 6th, 1965, at 10:00 Tax Collector ', unless they are the keeping scab
J. M. Cwin appeared tuUT Canuns, U Caret turkey slit
'0 o'clock A.M, before the Board and requested I kind and used often.JohnC. 1isb, ItC, tat, heal, vegetables,
0 0 1st payment will be made in the Board to hire Mrs. : Beckett The Independent, tkeea, sic.
December 1966 and second and Cwin for the duration the Tax Nashville, Tenn.

t last payment will be made in Collection rush season, to which "If the life of a river depended -
December 1967. Mailed anywhere in the U.S.A., Postage Paid
the Board agreed. only on the rainfall And it's all.purpose. The waved
The Board the right to
reserves The Board prepared ballot within the confines of its own This is the most amazing knife J' edge carves turkey and roastsin
reject any or all bids. boxes for Tuesdays election America. Even an electric .4' like a dream. Slices fresh bread
would be If
Mail all bids to the Clerk of I banks it soon dry. 'ASPW
((11-2-65)). knife will not cut through froz cheese vegetables pineapple -
/ the Circuit Court, Wakulla The Board approved vouchers the life of an individual depended en foods but the American- everything. 12* long Hardwood ,.

For a future with a well known County, Crawfordville, Florida. before them and directed solely on his own resources made double edge Miracle handle. Stainless steel blade never
Midwest Manufacturing Finn. Please mark on outside of that warrants be issued in pay- he would soon fall. Be Knife zips through food pack. needs sharpening.

W.are now offering exclusive bid "Bid on Recording Mach- ment and there being no further grateful for your tributaries." ages wrapper and all.

distributorships for a patented ine". business coming to the attentionof -William A. Ward, Meadow. MAIL coupon 1 IOPAT ,
No competition. The deep taw edge cuttcuts d I
product. the Board the same was adjourned brook (Tex.) Wesleyan College frozen meats, fish,
Factory trained personnel will on the motion of Com- Herald. baked goods etc No |I SEND CASH. CHECK OR MONEY ORDER.
assist you In letting up a tried missioner Young. more wasteful,thawing, No C.O.D's. Mailed anywhere. In the U.S.A.
and advertising and mer- The person who is good
proven Cut off what you need I IWKULLA
chandlilng program. 100 Approved Willard Carter, natured is bound to be imposed Put the rest, still frozen : COUNTY NEWS

.mark up. Investment guaran- FOR SALE Chairman upon. Duane C. Griggs, back in the freezer. I CRAWFOHDVILLB. FLORIDA
Buy Several
Attest: Moody Pearce Clerk Disjoint chickens, '
teed. Minimum Inveitmen Send. miracle knives each.
New London (Iowa) Journal. scales fish too. / at This I ', $2
$1,000. Maximum $14,000All 3 Bedroom House with h

Information replies confidential.write Director Fo 01: Large Living ROOM and ness-others Most people create pursue it. GeraldK. happi Low Price I Name.. .. ........ ..............................

Marketing,MlMouri P. O. Box 63178.14049, Family ROOM. On 3/4 acre POVERTY glaring PROGRAM"Themost Young, The BlakeaburgIowa Uu Ike I Address..........................................
St. Loull, shortcoming of ( ) Excelsior. Not Sold I in PROMGEO :
Shady Lot in Hudson Heights the
6286 Bartmer Avenue failure program to complete "Washington spending gives Hardware) or IIP City.,..................,............................
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and Tasty Thought For Raisin Bread RESOLUTION
r ri Month WMIULA COUNTY 4-H

MhdureTALLAHASSEE' TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA Wakulla County's Farm Judging
Fatal Team brought home a handsome -
WHEREAS, more than 150,000 silver trophy In recognl

Col. H. NKitkmtn. American lenrlcemen are now tion of their first place score in
Dliector of the Department i engaged in combat in Viet Ham, the Farm Judging Contest Sati -

of Public Safety, said and i today morning at the North Florida -
I WHEREAS, we. are Informed Fair. Leon
"Alcohol U a leading County placed i
today by the that this number
accidents throughout press second and Calhoun Count
fatal ,
factor in according to theDepartment' will be greatly augmented In third. Members of Wakulli
Florida, the future and (
accident record. County first team were Danny
WHEREAS, we an informedby .Miller Don John
be a factor In as
saghat the press that various organization Taylor, and Donald Taylor.
ma of the fatal motor
in the United States are Earl Wyrick of Leon County;
vehicle accidents happeningon actively encouraging a wasoverallhigh scoring Individual -
Florida's highways today, movement to evade or defy the Ben Castro second high, iL
based on some special ,studies. selective service system and that end John Taylor third. ar

An eight year study In Dade some of these organizations are Wakulla's second team, made // r
revealed that 47 percent actively and overtly recruiting
County up of Chuckle Deal, Andy Harper _
of all traffic victims tested I Il Y young Americans to go to North David Miller, and Myron
for alcohol had been drinking. Viet Nam and fight with the Porter, placed sixteenth in this r

y Among pedestrian victims 45 Viet Cong against American competition.This .

a percent had been drinking; forces, andWHEREAS Ii the second consecutive %
among drivers killed in single- there appears to .time this trophy has been received : f
'' vehicle accidents, 68 percent California Raisin ; Bakers throughout the nation of confusion and a lack of
been drinking, according will be making raisin bread every Farm Judging Team.CRAWFORDVILLE.
bad officials. day during November the month set aside to feature this popular information and clearly defined _
'I to Dade County bread. These ralslnable .uggwtion. are for Thanksgiving the goals on the part of the American
, -Florida's Troopers haves biggest and most important day in National Raisin Bread Month public, NOW, THEREFORE,
made 2,718 DWI arrests duringthe Roast your holiday turkey with a delicious herb accented raisin BE IT RESOLVED BY THE HIGH
first eight months of '65," bread and sausage Bluffing tucked loosely Inside. Or. start off the day SAULS BRIDGES POST NO. 13 SCHOOL MENU FOR r
Said the Patrol Commander, with a hearty breakfast of scrambled eggs Bred this interesting way OF THE AMERICAN LEGION IN
"and they will continue their with toasted raisin bread croutons. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, NEXT WEEK

s' all out efforts to curb this fatal I RAISIN BREAD BREAKFAST SCRAMBLE THAT THE FOLLOWING ACT- Eloise Harvey, Manager

accident causing factor since 8 slices day-old raisin bread '/, cup half and half IONS SHOULD BE INSTIGATED

studies have shown that 92 per- !/4 cup butter or margarine 1 teaspoon seasoned salt ASAN EMERGENCY PROGRAM Beef Monday G Gravy
the drinking drivers WITHOUT DELAYS
of ,
eggs tablespoons butter Mashed Potatoes
were clearly at fault, whereas i I 1. The celebration of Veterans -
61 percent of the non- Toast raisin bread until dry and golden brown. Butter each slice, Day on November 11, 19- Broccoli
only at fault" then cut Into small cubes; shake off excess crumbs. Beat eggs 65, should be supported and encouraged Apricots
, drinking drivers were lightly with half and half and salt. Heat butter in large skillet. Add without reservation or Bread'Butter
, The Commander Is quick to eggs: cook over low heat stirring now and then until creamy consideration of personal con- Milk '
: point out also that the social and eggs begin to thicken. Add hot crisp raisin toast cubes. Stir venience by veteran and
drinking driver. In most casesis gently Just until set but still moist Makes S servings. every Tuesday ,
American citizen and organization Spaghetti .
behind the
just as deadly that is loyal to the United Meat Sauce
.. wheel as the drunk driver, but States of America, Its Consti- Turnip Greens MRS. JOHN H, DANIEL. 111
harder to catch until he makes tution, and the principles for Fruit SaladCombread
that; fatal accident causing mistake which it stands; that all gov- DANIEL TUCKER VOWS SOLEMNIZEDMiss

; ernmental and business organi- Bread Butter .
I Col. Kirkman concluded by NAM Files Automation StatementThe zations and educational institutions Milk Lucinda Sue Tucker became the bride of John H. Daniel,

warning drivers that the greatest In the Tallahassee area are III, at 7:30 P. M. Saturday in the First Baptist Church, Crawford-
significant finding In the study National Association of Manufacturers recently filed, requested to fully support Vet- Wednesday ville.

was that 44 percent of the "1/1-/ on request, a statement on Automation with the National Com- erans Day parade on November Hamburger Steaks The Rev. S. A. Coxwell officiated.
nocent not-at-fault" deed drivers mission on Technology, Automation and Economic Progress, 11, 1965, by appropriate flag Steamed Rice The bride is the daughter of Mis. Ralph O. Robertson, 2921
displays and closing normal activities Spinach Mock Dr. and E. R. Tucker. The bridegroom is the son of Mr.
killed In accidents with created by the President.
were during the parade and Peaches and Mrs. John H. Daniel, Jr., Crawfordville.
drinking drivers. NAM showed that there is no regular correlation between public meeting contemplated by Bread Butter Candelabra with baskets of white gladioli, chrysanthemums and
"The drinking driver has productivity and employment. "The key to the problem lies in this resolution. Milk greenery adorned the sides of the pulpit. The family pews were

proven to be a murderous menaceon the relationship between growth and productivity," the state- 2. That in addition to the marked with white pompons, ivy and blue satin ribbon.

the highway and therefore If ment remarks. "Each is a spur to the other. When an economy, traditional parade celebratingthis Thursday The bride, wearing a gown of white silk-faced satin and Chan-

you're going to drink, DON'T an industry or a company is growing rapidly, technological occasion, a public meetingbe Barbecued Salad Beef tilly lace, was given in marriage by her stepfather, Ralph O. Ro-
DRIVE," declared Klrkman. changes can be introduced more readily than in a situation called at the conclusion of Cabbage bertson. The bride's gown, fashioned by her mother, featured a
the for the of Apple Crisp with sleeves to calla at the
parade purpose adopting hIgh neckline jacket tapering points
involving little or no growth; economies of large-scale produc- Bun ButterMilk
a program of action and wrist over a dress with a chapel train.
hearts end Origin tion are possible; and if growth is more rapid the accompanying specific goals on a local, state, The bride's shoulderlength illusion veil fell from tiara of seed

productivity increases, no unemployment need result"NAM and nationallevel which is con- Friday pearls and teardrops. She carried a Bible covered with white orchids -
backgrounds Men with have urban been foundto also cites statistics showing increased employment of structive and consistent with the Fish teaks w/Catsup and ste anot1s.

have three times more heart semi-skilled and unskilled workers, and cautions against cures laws of this Nation and the convictions Potato SaladCrapefruit Mrs. Beverly Roberts served the bride as matron of honor. She

disease than men with urbanor for automation's effect on specific jobs that would inhibit the of free men everywhere Sections wore a floorlength gown of blue silk faced satin with scooped
rural European backgrounds economic advance we are now experiencing.It relating to our responsibility to Bread Butter neckline, and a headpiece with a matching crown with a silk Illusion :
according 't6 a U.S. Public specifically warns against approaches such as mandatory American servicemen in Viet Milk veil. She carried a cascade of pink carnations and sweet-
Health Service survey. Nam, the security and welfareof heart roses.
work.I .
weeks eliminating overtime
shorter work or penalizing or the United States, and the Don MacRostie, Gainesville, cousin of the bridegroom, served

I -0-0-0- preservation of peace throughout as best man. Ushers were Ralph Oliver and John Dayton Spears,
i the world. SOPCHOPPY Crawfordville.

3. That all veteran, civic, SCHOOL MENU FOR Mr. and Mrs. Ralph O. Robertson gave a reception at the Craw

educational, business and poofessionalorganlzation. NEXT WEEK fordville home of the newlyweds. Miss Lynn Phillips, Mrs. Clark
be invit- Byrd, Mrs. Estelle Tuff and Miss Linda MacRostie assisted.
: ; 0 @ turn this dial ed to sponsor and participate in Monday 'The couple will be at home In Crawfordville. Mr. Daniel 1
c the public meeting to the end Hamburgers w/Lettuce and employed by the State Road Department.
I \ and have thatall action agreed upon will Tomatoes
., you be a united effort and that a Baked Beans
4 .. + committee be appointed by the Jello w/Fruit
..'''4 perfect drying""SUNSHINE" Commander of lull BridgesPost Milk

s..wrra.n.ee.er+ No. 13 American Legion, Tuesday
Tallahassee, Florida, to solicit 1 chicken and Rice t r o,
the cooperative assistance of English Peas
it committees of all patriotic citizens Tomato Wedges
and organizations in making Tidbits
\ 24 hours a day suitable arrangements for a Cornbread Muffins w/Butter Ti
public meeting of this nature Milk
of outstanding -
Including a program Wednesday
I speakers.and the preparationof Uull SectSaltlne
a suitable resolution to be Crackers i

considered at said meeting. Peanut Butter Sandwiches
4. That permission be requested -
from the appropriate officials Apricots

of state government to
hold said meeting at 12 o'clocknoon Thursday
on November 11, 1965, in Baked HamString
the Chamben of the House of Beans
; Representatives in the State Tossed Salad
Capitol. I Candied Sweet Potatoes

5. That copies of this resolu- I' Bread Butter

.., : tion be made available without Milk : ;
: '. : ; delay to appropriate local, Friday
I Il
: state, and national officials of Beef w/Cravy
0' : all veteran, civic, professional, Buttered Potatoes
.. ;!:.: i I and business organizations; to Butter BeansCanotRalsin a

local, state, and national pub- Salad
', lic officials who have a responsibility I Brownies I
; Y I' for the peace, security, Bread Butter ai.
.. t. I and welfare of this Nation, said Milk
officials to include, but not limited -
to, the Governor and

Cabinet of Florida, the Florida MESSAGE FROM UMlCJOR

kIf Perfect because itsIf afle&sd President Congressional of the Delegation United States, the, Of CONSERVATION

and to all news rJe.dlal that the Conservation Director Randolph rYiMuss

active support and participationof I Hodges warned,today that
all citizens be invlte .
I loyal
lot your'ov removal of material from state-
from the house a or national .
i you're away In establishing goals 01 owned bottoms below the mean
children are small, an automatic dryer is a necessity. foreign relations in general, and high water line of any body ol

om If it's electric, it's flameless. No pilot to relight.A the, war In order in Viet to achieve Nam specifically well defined -- tidal waters of the State Florida of Flo-
rida is prohibited
( peace-of-mind difference.) and coordinated objectives Law.

fades by the people of this Na- Hodges said that this practicehas
electric dryer never
The 24-hour sun your I tion. become a problem in recent EDDIS MARIE WNALEY
I colors, never causes Yellowing. (A thrifty difference.. ) I Adopted at a special meeting months. He added that
convened of the Sauls Bridges -
I I duly his immediate concern was this ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDThe
smells fresh. Post No. 13 American Legion -
And electrically-dried Illegal practice along our outer
and be Tallahassee, Florida, this Reverend and Mrs. Emmett Whaley of Crawfordville announce
fumes to beaches.
No fuel odors or combustion escape 28th-"ayof October, 1965. the engagement of their daughter, Eddie Marie to Roland

blown through your clothes. (A fastidious difference.. ) /Thomas A. Waddell ers Many, he shorefront said, feel property that no own harm Otto Revell, son of Mr. and Mrs Otto Revell of Sopaoppy.
Miss is a Junior at Crawfordville
Post Commanders Whaley High School.
household customers, the average cost can come from obtaining Mr. Revell U employed at Elberta Crate and
Also, for our John B. Eubanks from the water bottoms adja- Box Company In
less Tallahassee
electric dryer is only lOc an hour-even First Vice Commander cent to their Florida.
of operating an upland property The
wedding will take
place Friendship Church In
A decision-making difference! /Hortense K. Wells and using it to flu their upland. Medart
in most all-electric homes. ( Post Adjutant I But, said Hodges, this is a bad Florida, on December 18, 1965, at seven o'clock In the evening.
Friends and relatives of the couple are Invited.
practice and if allowed to con-

ELECTRIC dryer! tinue, can lead only to a worsening -
W kWjwith a ,? of Florida's already ser XlQUIN ELECTRIC AND I Electric Cooperative, Inc.

-' ious beach erosion problems.He MANAGER RECEIVE AWARDS This award was in recognitionof
m' ..::.-=- ,/ said that when a property I Talquln's training and orientation -
; .t' ,
;; hh : i:RR; /1
"; Y; owner removes material to his Columbia, S. C. November': ,of foreign students in the'
upland, the hole created will 1A Florida rural electric cooperative operationof '/lUI'Ilelectric co-
-... FREE AUTOMATIC ElECTRIC COFFEEMAKER1IIkA / :.. Y .iiJ be filled by nature by taking manager today received operative.Dr. .
rre .;"e aWe material from adjoining proper recognition for his work in a Thomas Venables, coordinator -
4 I ties. Most of the beach erosion of the AID Global Program -
foreign from the National -
4j : 3-tiSipr *hall I. -a gift to our customers who buy an electric are children of God. of Florida's beaches Is the result [ Rural country Electric Cooperative of NRECA, made the presentations -
Oct I Old Nov 30. heiR of God.-(Ron.8:10.17)
; t.lerfal 1 tglyynyybae., clothes dryer between of ill-advised practices suchas Association.Leon .
.) Sag year ."GiMfB rfcibr hues tits ..1- We are the children of the tills. E. Weaver, manager of

VALUE BM! You'll love your Fiest -Perfc! ivipg God created in His image Hodges said that the Divisionof the Talquln Electric Cooperative -
and Shores of the
,"" and likeness, given authority Beaches in Quincy, Fla., was presented -
':; .. :::' over all things. We are Florida Board of Conservation, a service award at NRE- Many Cancer Factors
has been directed to take every CA'. II here.
Region meeting
for thoughts
responsible our Many factors Influence
halt this ille-
necessary step to Weaver 120 in Par-
'b/ and.have control over them.. Officers of the spent days or contribute to the formationof
7 aRww> gal practice. during 1964 in an effortto
Ve must let to all destructive Patrol will aguay a cancer, but is probablethat
Conservation policethe
assist in the establishment ofa
started bya
the is
CORPORATION thoughts and renew our minds shorelines he said with'I process
=f,7ate il FLORIDA POWER rural electric cooperative In virus an Italian medical
in and in Truth. We are the assistance of 1ocallaw enforcement I
,_umi nmniwowwaCM* court** Spirit that South American country. scientist proposes. I
no longer bondservants, but personnel. Mr. Weaver was also resent- _
..heirs through God. ed a training award for Talquln "'-00Drinking -


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I New Attraction on Nation's Last Frontier tlr ;r- I I THURSDAY -NOVEMBER-4.- 1955' -'

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e On Thanksgiving Day the average American benevolence is the continued

American family comes together from support given to the annual Thanksgiving -

I far and near, frequently joined by rela- Clothing Campaign conducted by the

tives and in-laws, and sits down to enjoya Catholic bishops of the United States.

Thanksgiving dinner of roast turkey
r and all the "trimmin's". It is at this Used or unwanted but still usable

7d K moment,observing a mostadmirable cus- clothing, footwear, blankets and bed linens -
donated to the 17th Annual Catholic
tom handed down to us from over three
the Pilgrim Fathers Bishops' Thanksgiving Clothing Cam-
I. centuries ago by ,
.. AMBROSIA! and more for Chrlatmas. will be distributed millions of
paign ty
A fine old Sourdough Fruitcake recipe, that the average American family pausesto
--- give thanks for the blessings received needy persons, entirely without regardto
That great old pioneer gustatorlal standby, Sourdough, furnishes race, religion or color, in areas of mis-
Mother and Son. Th wild Squirrel Monkeys released by the the leavening for a tasty version of the traditional fruitcake, during the past year.
owners of the very primitive jungle surrounding Florida's new big melding the superb Byzantine Christmas traditions of Russian ery and want throughout the world by
WettCoait attraction, Homoitaea Spring on Highway 19 In Citrus cupied Alaska with those of our own American West: TIs a moist and On such a festive occasion, and before Catholic Relief Services, the overseas aid
flock of friends. toothsome cake similar to cake In texture and California Port
County have obviously found a new home and a new spice
goes well with this fruitcake tables heaped and groaning with good agency of the American bishops and

Homossasa Springs, centered era denotation and then reach This fine recipe comes complete with a package of dry Sourdough things,it is just about impossible to com- laity.Is.
In'Floridas most primitive and their designation over a winding Starter In a delightfully designed 50-page book entitled "Sourdough i
the fact that
Is Num erland path under moss draped bread history prehend three-quarters
beautiful Jungle country Jack's Cookery. The book gives a light enjoyable
ber One Conversation piece trees to the bubbling springs with tantalizing recipes for Sourdough pancakes, wattles and bis the world's inhabitants are tragic vic- there somewhere In your house,
among returning Southland va, Along the way, they traverse cults This recipe book makes an Ideal Christmas stocking stutter tims of those ancient and still-uncon- taking up closet space, a dress that is
catloners, This big spectacular Alligator; Lagoon: the home ol for dear Aunt Zelda and friends who pride themselves on baking and suit
spring In Citrus County, the 50 sleepy-eyed alligators famed for the man cook who delights In creating ambrosial pancakes quered enemies of mankind: hunger, out of style,a you no longer care ,
heartland of Floridas ranch and for their marshmallow tastes and breadstuffs poverty, ignorance and disease. shoes that the children have out-grown,
cattle country, has for years and two ferocldus crocodile. Sourdough Jack's Cookery Kit is sold In many gift, gourmet and or extra blankets and bed linen? These
been one of the Nature's biggest Next come Otter and Sea Lion book stores Or an autographed copy may be ordered by mall dl
mysteries Salt water fish Springs, and a meander through: rect from the Country Kitchen, 119 Post St. San Francisco, Calif Fortunately, however, just as on the articles can protect and bring comfort to
S swim nine miles up river to the bird sanctuary where wild 94108 for $2.00 postpaid.SOURDOUGH I first Thanksgiving Day the Pilgrims a homeless refugee family from Red
'. mingle; with their freshwaterkin fowl of every description In
J In the mossy canyons of this eluding the rare black and white JACK'S CHRISTMAS FRUITCAKE with charity and compassion invited the China living huddled together in a mis-

underwater gusher where 6000; swan and the shy wood,duck 1/2! cups ralslna1J4 1/2| tip I. cinnamon neighboring'Indians to share their first erable hovel in Hong Kong or Macao;
ODO gallons surface In the course swarm about In search of a dally
of an; hour handout of peanuts and bread. cups currants 1 tip nutmeg harvest with them, Americans of this cover the nakedness of a helpless little
3 mixed glazed fruits 1/2 tip allspice
Homols sa's underwater Observatory The through last a part deer of filled the way enchanted passes &cups peels 2 eggs, well! beaten generation continue to share their bounty Vietnamese war orphan; shield the torn

built In 1964 of steel forest to the orchid garden 1 cup hard cider or 1 cup Sourdough Starter with others. feet of a Latin American peasant from
and concrete and weighing; 315- where the spring bubbles fresh I California brandy 1 cup sliced almonds the blistering heat of the sunscorchedearth
000 Ibs, has two Inch 360 degree; sifted flour
plate-glass: windows where liter and clear 1 cup granulated sugar cups soda Today, American generosity reachesout ; put a clean sheet on the bed of an
The atmosphere Is that of sl 1 cup brown sugar (packed) 1 tip baking
ally thousands of fish can be help to corner of the free world mother laboring to bring fortha
living; Disney Land where birds, % cup shortening 2 tsps. salt every expectant
viewed dally In the unusual and
fish and animals greet: human and where there is need to fetid slums in life in make-shift clinic
enchanting; surrounding: of "Na- Rinse and drain raisins and currants Chop raisins, currants new some deepin
without fear Thus
or flinching
tine's Own Flshbowl," completely redone attraction ot glazed; fruits. Combine all fruits with cider or brandy; cover and Latin America, to disease-infested villages the African bush.
stand Cream shortening and spices together
let overnight
On the to thla natural the Norris Development Company of Africa's steaming to
way Combine with jungles,
until Huffy; beat in eggs. Stir In Sourdough: Starter.
\, wonder, the visitor take a shuttle designated by many vial- fruit mixture and almonds Sift flour, soda and salt together into the deprived and struggling peoples of Share in the joy of Thanksgiving Day
Own" is
and 'nature's now
bont past goat: monkey tors as'
batter and mix thoroughly. Turn Into two greased loaf pans 9x5x3
Islands named for a warm of taking: Its rightful; place as a Bake, below Asia. by sharing the harvest of your good for-
which have been lined with heavy brown paper. oven
wild Ronl: and tiny iqulrrel prime lure In making this beautiful tune with the less-fortunate
center, in very slow oven (275F.) about 2% hours Remove
monkeys that "hatter and perform Spring; on Highway 19 the from cool on wire racks before removing paper Spoon 2 or 3 In the of bundle of serviceableused
trli kt- foi the ,asual slew ,ipason newest tourist target pans true spirit Thanksgiving Day, Send or bring a
tablespoons additional brandy or elder over each cooled loaf before
American generosity is helping to feed clothing to the nearest Catholic
storing Wrap In foil and refrigerate; for keeping. Douse with cider
at two-week intervals Makes 2 loaves. and clothe the world's destitute millions church or rectory. This year, emphasizethe
P r and assisting them to attain human dig- giving in Thanksgiving. Your

STEVE i nity and self-respect. An outstanding Thanksgiving Day will be the happier for

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