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: December 2, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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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VOLUME:! 67 NUMBER 'CRAWFORDVILLE FLORIDA Thursday December. 2. 1965 :- t143f Price Ife P. Cpr ',


County News
Funeral services for Raymond
(Statement by Senator George Crawfordvllle, Florida small leaflet, prepared by Crissett, 59, who died Friday,
C. Tapper of the 5th Senatorial Dear Sir the Social Security Adminis- November 26, as a result of an

District. ) At this time of year when all 5, s tration, is available to employers automobile accident: at the intersection -
education it mired iDa Americans unite to give thanks as a payroll check stuffer. of the Crawfordville
crisis which is a tailormade for the myriad blessings they The leaflet explains the increase Highway and Springhill Road,
example of neglect and inconsistencies. have received, we at Goodwill i eel In the social security were held at 2i30 P. M. Sun-
The disheartening Industries of Tallahassee wish to I contribution rate and amountof day at the graveside in Roselawn

thing about this most recent degeneration especially thank you, the citizens a earnings on which the tax is Cemetery.The .
is that it is a repeat of Crawfordville, who have paid, set for January 1, Frank Rev. R. P. Tomberlin officiated 4 y a.r
performance. Because of the given so generously of your possessions White, social security district and J. A. Culley C Sons
continuing financial problems, time, and money to J manager in Tallahassee announced Funeral Home was in charge. Y
and because of lack of proper I our organization.The today. A native of Alabama, he had
attention, public education American concept of the The leaflet shows how these lived in Crawfordville where he

through the years has experienced rights of man life, liberty, increases will affect a worker's had been in the produce business
a series of highs and lows and the pursuit of happiness take home pay; how his contribution about four months
which serve as an indictment ofFJorida are all too often luxuries for the I helps finance retirement, Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
'. Inconsistent treatmentof handicapped person. You, and ... survivors, and disability insurance Frances E. Crissett, Crawford-
its schools. all who support our work, help JAMES W. WALTERTo benefits; how they will ville; two sons, Roy and Michael -
The critical: money problem us restore these rights to our Head Florida Crusadeof pay the costs of the hospital Crissett, both of Crawford
which once again has slapped workers. I American Cancer Society insurance part of medicare; and ville; three daughters, Bobble
down quality education stems Your contributions, however why they are necessary.The Ray Crlssett and Carolyn Cris-
from a system which requires made, give new life to the CANCER CRUSADE handy size of the leaflet sett, both of Crawfordville, and
double selling. First, membersof handicappedwho learn skills in CHAIRMAN I NAMED willallaw it to be easily insert- Mrs. Ann Smith, Chalres; a bro-
the legislature have to be the Goodwill sheltered work- ed in payroll envelopes. Em- ther, Woodrow Crissett, Avon
wooed and convinced of educational shop. Your aid gives liberty to Tampa, December 1- James ployers should get In touch with Park; and a sister, Maye Frank
needs. Then, the selling the handicapped who can now W. Walter, chairman of the the Tallahassee social security Crissett, Crawfordville.
Job has to be repeated on a bit earn paychecks and are free of board, Jim Walter Corporation, district office, located at 306 Pallbearers Included Lamar
and miss basis with sixty-seven material dependence on others. has been named voluntary state W. Jefferson Street, for more Williams, Ellis Cheshire, Sim
individual county school boards. Your help gives a renewed chairman of the 1966 educa- information about the leaflet. Quick, R. V. Miller, Lester
Regardless where the stumbling chance for happiness to the tional and fund-raising Crusade "We can provide employers Bowland and T. S. Barrow.
occurs whether it is by the handicapped who regain their which will be conducted in April with a supply of these informative -
educators their salesmanship, self-respect, their human dig- by the Florida Division of ,leaflets without charge, "
the legislators or the school nity, along with the ability to the American Cancer Society.The White pointed out. "But, he MRS. OLA 0. TUCKER

boards the youngsters are the support themselves. official announcement of added, "the supply is limited IWO JIMA MONUMENT A mong the many cultural, natural and
Life ... liberty. the the appointment was made this employers should make
victims when the Job is bungled. pursuit Mrs. Ola Cenevieve Tucker entertainment attractions at Cape Coral Gardens Is this majestic
Article XII, Section 1, of Flo of happiness. everyAm- week by Doctor Sam Wesley their requests early. 76, died at Bradenton Friday, Iwo Jima monument executed by Felix de Weldon, one-third the
rida's Constitution, provides fora erican expresses his gratitudefor Denham, Jacksonville, who is Working round the clock since while visiting daughter, Mrs size of his national shrine at Arlington which stands 48 feet high.
uniform system of public free these unique rights of our the Society's 1966 president.WalterhwidelyknowniD I September 1, social security Jewell T. Rawls In Palmetto.She Other attractions at the Gardens, located at this Gulf Coast Com-
schools. Its mandate it that country on Thanksgiving. We business headquarters in Baltimore has was a native and lifetime munity near Fort Myers, are Lincoln.Belgium's 1,000-pound replica -
"the legislature shall providefor at Goodwill are twice blessed circles In Florida and nationally completed its mailing of "medi- resident of Crawfordville anda of the Mount Rushmore shrine executed by his father, Cutzon
a uniform system of public for we have not only our country He is the chairman of information kits to all of member of the Primitive Bap- Borglum, in South Dakota's Black Hills; Porpoise Paradise) Rose
free schools, and shall provide but also the special care the Celotex Corporation and the the 15-1/2 million persons 65 tist Church. Garden) Waltzing Waters musical fountain, and others. Seen in
for the liberal maintenance of of our countrymen. Thank you First National Bank of St. Pet- and over on the social securityand Graveside services were held the photo from left to right aret Rene Gagnon, one of the two surviving -
same. for giving w these blessings ersburg, both subsidiaries of the railroad retirement benefits Monday afternoon at fouro'clock members of the six-man squad that raised the American

Now is the time the legislature Sincerely, Jim Walter Corporation. rolls. at the Crawfordville Cemetery. flag on Mt. Suribachl; Lt. Gen. Holland M. (Howling Mad) Smith
must respond to that direct- /./ Ernest M. Menendez Born Lewes, Delaware, Walter "By now, all elderly social security The Rev. Emmett Whaley and (USMC ret. ), overall Marine ground forces commander in the Iwo
ive. Teachers' salaries, first President and came to Florida as a child orraiboad retirement beneficiaries the Rev. Cortex White officiated jimabattle, and MaJ. Cen. Craves B. Erskine (USMC ret.), Third
of all, must be raised sufficiently received his education In In Wakulla County with J. A. Culley C Sons Funeral Marine Division, commander in the Iwo Jima campaign.
to entice young students into Plant City and Tampa Schools.He should have received their kits Home In charge of
the and his wife, formerly Mon andthe enclosed application for arrangements. --
teaching profession. Florida SRD APPROVES ri
? ica Saraw have two sons aged :
can no longer deny students the supplementary medical insurance her
COUNTY LOAN' In addition to daughter,
18 and 16. Walter served with
adequate school buildings, up- part of medicare, "FrankD. she is survived by a son, Alton
to-date books and necessary Instructional Attire State Road Department the U. S. Navy during World White, social security district Tucker, Tallahassee)two grand- Jt
Warll. He Is a member of
aids which contribute meeting Friday, November 19, manager, stated. children, and one greatgrandchild. -
to a well-rounded educa in Pensacola the Board approvedthe Hyde Park Presbyterian Church, About 200 other older persons .
tion. request for a loan from the Greater Tampa Chamber of -- those not on the social security -
Florida must achieve excel- Wakulla County Board of Com- Commerce, University Club, or railroad retirement benefit
lency in public education. We missioners. Masons, Shriners and other civic rolls -- have already been in MRS. MARY L. MESSERMrs.

don't have it now, but we can The money will be used to and social organizations.In touch with the social security

if the state sets aside sufficient: construct: State Road 22 in Wa- Business 1961 Man, he of was Florida named First the district office, he reported.. Mary Lee Messer, 68, f a aI
funds for the financing of the kulla County from Sopchoppyto by However, many others still needto died Monday morning at Tallahassee -
Florida and in the
schools, and provides that these the Ochlockonee River. University take action to protect their Memorial Hospital.She .
same received the coveted
revenue sources are of such a The road termed by many as year medicare rights. was a native of Clay
Horatio .
nature that they Increase from the "Drew Branch" road, was Alger Award."I Eight out of ten aged persons County Ca. living in Talla-
yeartoyearas the growth of the bitterly opposed by citizens in am a relative newcomer as will be reached through the mass iaisee for the past 43 years.
a volunteer of the American
state and needs of the school the north end of the county. mailing, he noted. About one- She was member the Trinity
Increase: Money borrowed amounts to Cancer Society, Walter said, third of those who will not be Methodist Church.

It is generally recognized that $500,000. However, many citizens the'but I am now convinced that, reached this way are receiving Survivors include her husband,
the ad valorem tax structure of have been unable to determine cancer problem Is everyone'sbusinessincluding old-age assistance payments and P. Z. Messer two sons, P. E.
Florida shoulderthe if and when a bridge a business will hear directly from their local -
can no longer man's business. Messes and W, M. Messer, bothof k' .
burden financing the Florida will be built across the river Surely welfare agencies. Tallahassee her mother Mrs. Z' ,,
should be concerned ,
school Centiauetionof@dstrendcouldpussh connecting the Liberty County everyone Another third are still working
J. E. Renfroe, Panama City
about a disease that, over the full time and will need to file )
taxation -
strikes two out of three one brother, W. F. Renfroe, St.
to such a that there Those making the delega- years social security applications.
peak up American families. And surely darks; five sisters, Mrs. J. J.
tion from Wakulla County Included About one million will also have
no longer would be I
an incentive American businesses should be Lowe, New Haven, Conn. Mrs.
for people to improve their pro Rep. Ernest Roddenber- concerned about the economic to get in touch with their local : Louise Re veil, Tallahassee,
When that ry, Chairman Willard Carter, I social security district office.
perty. happens de- of ; Mrs. S. B. Godwin, Clayton,
costs cancer: with the
along The March 31 deadline
Walker 1 is
velopment of Florida will John Davis, W. D. I loss of precious: lives very Ala. Mrs. Beatrice Class, Penacofa -
screech to a atop and new ha- Drew Branch, former state senator Important. Everyone who is 65 and Miss Rebecca Ren-
ventforemploymentwlll fall to Frank Kirkland, Lonael or will be by January 1, 1966, hoe, Panama City and one
materialize. Dugger, and C. W. WhItehead must return the medical Insurance -
grandson, Mike Messer, Talla-
Additionally, Florida hat of Liberty County. : SOPCHOPPY VSCS BAZAAR enrollment card by that laasea. 2L;
thousands of retirees among its It was reported that telegramswere : SET FOR NEXT SATURDAY date -- whether received in the FA
Citizens: who are living on fixed sent to James Lee, District mall or picked up at a social security -
incomes. They cannot stand the Roa4Board! Member, asking The Woma. '. Society of district office, if he wants LAURA S. CRAWFORD
damage of additional unfair tax that:the loan be refused. Christian Service of Sopchoppy full protection when the program ALOHA WATERFALL i High above the waters of Aloha Waterfallsthis

boosts on their. homes. Methodist Church announces goes into effect July 1, Funeral services for laura Susan young lady has a perfect view of Cape Coral Gardens .. and
their annual 1966. strikes pretty scene herself. The falls shower into tianqtuj >\:ah
We must remember, too, that .Baa..r. on Saturday, Crawford,4-year-old
statewide property assessments nancedfreon earmarked license], December: 11, JSGS.: For the housebound, the district granddaughter of Miw,and Mrs. : Lagoon, one of the many attractions at the Gardens located in this
ordered by the Supreme Court is tsf Mveaues. I Homemade articles will be on office will make arrangements I Cull Coast community near Ft. Myers, Fla. Among them are majestic
Ii. L. Crawford Si. of Tallahassee -
underway and that thousands of AA third ma Joe'provision' lot this1 display to be sold beginning at to have a social security were held, yesterday, at Hanging Gardens porpoise shows at Porpoise Paradise beau-
2iOO P.M. be visit them at tiful Waltzing Waters musical fountain; the National Hibiscus Society -
homeowners will begin payingad program would fix teachers' salaries supperwlll sere representative 3iOO P.M. at the Whiddon Lake
valorem taxes on their at a starting pay minimumof ed beginning at 5>00 P.M. home. Church in Wa k u lla County. Showcase; Rose Garden, largest In the world, and many oth-
homesteads for the first time. tS,000 from state funds There will be a choice of him The Tallahassee district office Burial followed In the Whiddon ers.
Because of my concern at a The state's Minimum Foundation chicken and dumplings. Cost is located at 306 W. Jeffersor Lake Cemetery with J. A. Cul-
citizen: taxpayer, state senator Program would assume 90% of the suppers $1.00 for adults St. The phone number Is 222 ey C Sons Funeral Home in
and as a member of the specialTax : of the cost of the total maintenance and 504 for children. 3515 or 224-6217. charge 0,arrange ments.

Study Commission, I have operation and Instnuctlonalmaterlalsneedsofall The public is cordially invit- Miss Crawford died Sunday

drafted a proposal for financing: public ed. from Injuries received in an au-
of school by a broad base tax school BAND DAY' OBSERVEDThe tom 0 bile accident Saturday
with equality for all taxpayers. Financing of the state's share night In Alabama. She was a
My plan win be presented in would be through the removal of MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED Crawfordvtlle High Schoo 1 former resident of Tallahassee

the near future to the tax study exa>wsp onsonteexistingthreeper Band, directed by Erdman "Skip" living In Pensacola at the time
group, at weD os to the special cent.sales tax, and addinga Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McDon- West, ni, received a warm wel- t t her death.
interim committee public penny to that tax. ald, Jr., of Milton, announce: come Saturday night, November hlJladdition to her grandparents
school financing. In addition, My plan call for creation ofa the marriage of their daughter, 20 in Tallahassee from the Flo she,1*.survived by hes.mother, -J.
I plan to tour Florida to outline special school: trust fund account Mary Helene, to Curtis Golden, ricfaState University and Houston Mrs. Virginia C. Bedsole, Pen-
this program to communities to which all sales tax revenue son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert fans who attended the 15th annual sacola her father Nick crawford
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through civic groups and ether would flow. Of the total Golden of Bagdad, Florida, on Band Day. The huge aggregation Ivan Community a grandmother
organization tax, 2;Scot*would be re- November 14th. The bride is of 37 bands entertained Mrs. Andrews.
Detail of this proposed program turned the counties under the a graduate ofMunson High the audience before the game 'ittrutn Crawtordvllle
and constitutional amendments Minimum Foundation Program School, attended Berry College I and at half-time In a special brothers and a sister. ; ise
are being formulated by formula. One-half cent wouldgo in Rome, Georgia, and is the show featuring the music of John ;
tax and education experts BOW, to the general revenue fund daughter of Jormer Hilda Bly Philip' Sousa. In addition to
at my request. for Junior colleges and higher Morrison of Sopchoppy.Mr. the massive sound of the combined -
Basically, this plan providesfor education uses. One cent wouldbe Golden Is a graduate of bands, their half-time
elimination of the educational returned to the counties Milton High School, received formation of SOUSA on the field
u crisis which has resulted where it was collected for exclusive lit B. S. degree from FlorId provided a visual attraction to The,Junior Class
in poor teachers' pay, Inadequate school use. State University, and a degree the colorful musical show. ofSopchoppy
classroom instructional After the state paid the 90* 1D law from Stetson University.He The High School Bands were
aWl, double sessions, lack of for maintenance, operations and Is presently employed ss assistant the guests of the School of Music : High School
first class: school rooms' and other lustructionalaeeds, the counties State Prosecuting Attorney at the Florida State University presents
public school shoctcouu ings. would pay their 10* share plus for the First Judicial Cir in Tallahassee. Band Day .
One of the paramount features finance any other school needs cuit. attracts bands from Florida, "LOVE IS TOO
will be that it would dtesticallyreduceorcompietelyelimin- through the proceeds of the one i-After a wedding trip to Mexlo Georgia and Alabama, .and this MUCH TROUBLE"
cent returned to them. In any the couple will reside la year more than 2,500 bandsmen .
ate financing of public schools of the few small counties where Pensacola. were in attendance on FRIDAY Dec. 3, 1965at ,

by counties through ad valorem the one cent revenue. might not 8.00P.M.
taxation. be sufficient: to pay the 10*. ib,
the share, In the S.R S. Auditorium 'i e'9'4' ..
Another feature it that county race tract funds J'1or.Ida' l lCypress P a' .
state will assume responsibility shall be earmarked for that puss Dick. Cypress Pope developer Gardens of, was The Ocala FJa, area has and 73 Admission S 1.00

b co.unction of all new Imo president of the Florida World'sTel active race farms horse, representing breeding an $ .75 Gardens, Fla. Four of Disney's cartoon characters taketo
school buildings. The COIIUllCtioapopalD : Authority at the 1961 New investment of some t23 million.' flivver boats at Cypress Gardens after hearing the news that a
would be fI- York World's Fair. Disneyland type of attraction would be coming. to Central Florida.

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Thursday: .Decenber. 3, 1965r Holiday Dessert Buffet Ghosts Spooking Your Color TV? P New Programs For

r- WAKULLA ? Rural America


"fJ w Secretary of AgricultureNew
T.l.phonf WAInul 1-3101 0

programs enacted by Congress in recent months,

together with new administrative measures to step up

i the Agriculture Department's Rural Area Development
Virginia Kelghtley Edilt'Publisher ,
efforts, offer an exceptional new opportunity -

Fred f ; to advance the welfare of rural
Kelghtley) '

Entered at Crawfordvlllt.\ Florida r people. OPPORTUNITY GAP

III second class matter. Subscrlp" t : r, .' The importance of these new programs

.. .. is great. There is an increasing "oppor
thin r***: 13-90 per year '
check to tunity gap" between urban and rural
color TV'set
If you're getting "ghost" Images your
i I lee If you have the right lead.In cable that carries TV signals from \ .' areas. Recently, the Department of Ag-
the antenna to your set riculture took stock of the situation and
An often overlooked troublespot, the wrong lead.In can lose up found:

HENRY I. to 99% of. the signal along its TV produces an objectionable"ghost" e Almost half (46% ) of the families
WILLIAMS 50 to 100 foot length or add of another color. I
0..11I.L.'_11I with money incomes under $3,000 live
t ghosts distortion and zigzag patterns Your best overall choice Is j
REALTY fiePhoto { to your favorite TV shielded twin lead, which delivers in rural areas-although fewer than one

programs. I a strong signal on all 82 I Ichanneh. third of America's households are rural. +)I IC
Extreme sensitivity of color Its aluminum shield almost three times the
America has
Rural proportionof i
WiJ_ Wine I
Naples, N V
Reg. Real' Estate BrokerSt. and UHF signals plus the sizable keeps out electrical Interferencefrom
Khoit of time during the rush, rush of the holiday season7 Make Investment color TV represents auto Ignitions, electric motors dilapidated and substandard houses as urban :
Marks Fla.' good arcs ol the mixes available to create some of those special' make careful lead.In selection welders, hospital equipment America ;
Phone 741 ilenxpitrot the family and vloltors.Denfit more important than and the like. e Educational preparation of school teachers is lowerin
iliHt once took many hours to prepare are now preparedwith i Is to
I Shielded twin easy the rural areas. A recent National Education Asso
1110111'1.1IIRI'knlled; mixes In only minutes. Plenty of time to add ever.Which brackets
antenna lead-In Is best Install. No special
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES your distinctive .touch and the distinctive flavoring of fine wines. for you? There are five types to (standoffs) are needed. It can be ciation study shows 39.27' of -the rural teachers withno
Wine "adds that special something that "what makes It taste so choose from: ((1) flat ribbon taped to an antenna mast, routed degree. The comparable urban figures is 109. '
Associate: goad toiuh. twin lead, used for yearn with through pipe, burled underground I S Unsafe waste disposal and water supplies present
.. M. With tine silver and linen, the soft light of candles and the dessert black-and-white VHF sets, ((2) or fed along gutters. health hazards in many rural communities.
Hatcher Sr. buffet I Icomplete.. Serve glasses of chilled Roselle wine to addwarmth tubular, a refinement of flat Where Interference Is no prob. .
Phone *t 6-3201 filcmlllness and bright color to your part ribbon, ((3)) coaxial cable, ((4) encapsulated lem, encapsulated twin lead will e The ratio of physicians and surgeons per 100 thousand
To eliminate the bother of cutting and crumbling a rich fruitcake twin lead, and ((5) perform well. It has very low signal population was 178 in central cities of metropolitanareas
bake thin fruit cake In Individual cupcake papers. Decoratethe new shielded twin lead. Ions and costs a little lessthan I and 52 in rural areas in 1960.
ti'l- with candled fruit!"or nut, belore baking and store wrappedIn According to Delden Mfg Co., shielded. TO HELP CATCH UP

If You Need In Belle nine. soaked cheesecloth In an alr-tlght container until ready which ribbon makes and tubular all five lead-Ins types, flat are electrical Coax also Interference protects, but against does To help rural areas "catch up" and participate in all
of the :Federal government the Rural Com-
not recommended for color or not maintain signal; strength as programs ,
e Office Supplies INDIVIDUAL WINE FRUIT CAKES UHF: sets. halo, dirt, salt and well as shielded or encapsulated munity Development Service (RCDS) was created this
I Office Furniture. (Makes 18 to 20 fruit cakes) Industrial deposits on these lead- lead-lnn. It Is not recommendedfor year to help Rural Development Committees (commu-

e Business Machines 1 pkg. ((1 Ib.-1 01.) pound 1 cup chopped candled ins greatly weaken signals.; L'HF use. Also, coax costs nity leaders) and Technical Action Panels (professional)
cake mix mIlled fruits Also, metal standoffs gutters, more to install, because It requires
8. Call
or workers instate and local of
Department Agriculturefield
2 1 etc. can bounce signals back to special transformers and
RANEY WHALEYat eggs cup chopped nuts the antenna, then down again. connectors.So offices to capitalize on these new opportunities.The .
H cup Niagara type wine 1 raisins
cup or currants When a reflected signal reaches for best results make sure Department's aim is to make it possible for rural
1'11'1'lIle| pound cake mix according to package directions Using your set a split second late, a your TV serviceman uses either
residents, community leaders and local
CAPITAL OFFICE mid wine Fold In fruit, government
eggs nuts and raisins. Put cupcake papers multiple Image appears. Your shielded or encapsulated twIn.
EQUII tENT CO. Into imillm pan and fill each cup % full. Decorate top with candied eyes might compensate for this leads. And TV ghosts won't have officials to get the information they need about any
cherries, diced almonds and walnuts Bake In a preheated slow oven with black-and-white but color a ghost of a chance with you. Federal program for which they are eligible at one of
319 South Adams St. ((32.1: ,:;'.F ) for 30) to 35 minutes or until taps are golden brown. Coolon the USDA field offices in each county. They will also
i rack and store In an air-tight container
wrapped In wine soaked
Corner R Peiua. oUTALLAHASSEE I'III'I'MI'llIlh. get help in preparing and submitting their applications,

FLORIDA WISH I'D SAID and Federal in meetinor programs.In the. requirements to qualify for various

THAT t those states where RCDS has state offices. RCDS

r field representatives will give direct help to RAD Com-
e. aSBy mittees and Technical Action Panels in carrying out

Portable Room Divider their community development projects. RCDS will also
help to develop ideas for community development projects -

"Before you list the other and to expedite the consideration and approval of

for Do-It-Yourselfers Mary Whitman fellow's faults, take time out rural community projects.

For many years, the Philippine to count up to ten-ten of your Rural America is not an island, not different. world.It .
I j iT peso has been consideredthe own." Harold S. May, The is a vital, contributing part of- our .societv. Given

most stable currency In the Florence (Ala.) Herald. equal opportunity to share fully in all the privileges and

t tA Orient. "Found out why the bride- responsibilities of the Great Society, it will enrich the

backed Every by two one certificates United States are groom never gets a shower. whole! of it.

----- dollar and there is the added he's all washed up anyway." I
a protection of a Commonwealth Dale Holdridge, The LangfordS.
exchange stabilization fund. ( Dak.) Bugle."Training .
The Philippine peso historicallywas Secondary School StudentsTo
UPON( SEPTIC TANK regarded as a "Junior United means learningthe
SERVICE ., States dollar" In accordance with rules. Experience means
.'. laws dating back to the acquisition learning the exceptions." Gerald Compete for AwardsThe
.. of the Philippine Islands by K.
OutRepair Young, The BlakesburgIowa
Clean this nation In 1898. (The Philippines 10th annual Merchant Marine poster contest open to all
*, became Independent in ( ) students in grades 9-12 has been announced by the American
New Installation 1)16. When the going seems easy, Merchant Marine Institute. Based on the theme, "American
The Best For Leas!' However Philippine currency it could be that you are going Ships Chart America's Future," it offers all participating students -
.'. underwent a crisis during World down hill. John Maverick,
War U A number of drastic a chance to use their imaginations while learning something
Telephone 1 changes occurred, points out The Cherryvale (Kans.) Re- : about America's trade and industry.The .

Tallahassee 877-1773 Nell Sharer associate numismatic publican.Sam contest, approved by the National Association Second

after fi:00: p.m editor at Whitman Publishing I says it's getting so bad ary School Principals, is one of the three poster programs

Company- one ,of Racine the nation's WlsvShufer that all a man can put aside for which has received this recognition for the 1965-66 school

leading experts on Philippine : a rainy day is a pair of dry year. All entries must be mailed to U. S. Maritime Industry

... .'... paper money says million of socks. C. U. Weakley, Town Poster Contest, c/o Scholastic Magazines, 900 Sylvan Avenue,
SINGER electric sewing machine exn bn pens were burned during World Englewocd Cliffs
Jersey later
no than
IS and Country ( Pennsburg, January 30,1966.
I In console cabinet, like new. War II to avoid capture by the
Penna. Entries will be judged on the basis of originality of idea and
Sews forward and Japanese. )
reverse. All Free Instructions- A folder which tells how to make a room execution of theme.
attachments for making buttonholes divider that looks and feels like stone but weighs just 77 Ibs. is To replace the destroyed currency "Our accomplishments
clg-tai-glnc and fancy available free for doityourselfers.The many local Philippine There are cash prizes plus a trip to Washington, D.C., for
stitch design Fully guaran portable room divider is built by nailing Roxite panels, made provinces issued their own yardstick"for our faith in the top prize winner. In addition, the winning poster this year
teed.Make ran be seen In) you area with crushed natural stone imbedded in tough Owens-Corning money In Japanese currency also. ourability.. A. J. Hudson, will be displayed on all U. S. mail trucks, and in all U. S. Post
-lint monthly payments was circulation but the Filipinos The Oluatee (Okla.) Chief
of |4.>1 or will discount for Fiberglas, onto a wooden frame. Especially effective in screening preferred their own, even taint Offices during the month of May, 1966.
off living, dining and kitchen the versatile divider adds .
cash. Write: Credit Manager, areas room though being caught with It wasa
123 B. Clearwater Road, LargO, the beauty of hand-chiseled stone to any room in the home. The sure death sentence "Courtesy is one of the best
Florida non-porous panels with locked-in colon of Georgia marble or Sierra Much of the emergency World helps in traveling life's high. Roland Hillier of C y pre I s
blend never need painting. Lifelike evergreens, also available, may War U money vanished after John C. Beckett Central Florida has becomeone Gardens. Fla., Is reigningmen's
be arranged in a Styrofoam ba.se! to suit the taste of any homemaker.The hostilities ceased and did not ways. The of the nation's great race world water ski cham
decorative Roxite room-divider planter No. 300 is 38%" high, come to light until recent illsoveiy I, Independent, Nashville, Tenn. horse breeding and training pion. The 20-year-old skier won i
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Thursday, December 2, 1965 V "Kampail" MAN

; R. L.
'BETTER CONSERVATION Bass and Davis families of I ''I

Moultrie Ca. spent the Cnwfordvule nan was Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director

BETTER HUNTINGThose Thanksgiving holidays at their killed and another injured in ,

lost acres of woodland Rivcrvlew borne JImmie Davis a three-truck collision tooth ofTaJUhaasM Phone 697-3366

orwet land may provide a great only son of J. L. Davis, Friday, Nov. 26.h

spot for hunting If the pro i his wife and two children, her Killed was Raymond GrUsett, CARRABELLE. FLA.

per conservation practice are parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hurst, SO, of Crawfordville, who was '"24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"
followed. A talk with E. G. all of Doerun, Ca. were guests. I driving a pickup truck on State

Hammlck of your Wakulla Soil Mr. Amos Langston and Ralph Road aw when a big kg truck SERVING WAKULLA COUNTY

Conservation District will give Brown were hospltallwd at Tal- turned over on top of his truck

youthe Information you need to lahassee Memorial a few days smashing it.

get started on the project. He last week. Both are getting along State Highway Patrol hooper
will advise you about the planting well at home. I Clutrle Moor reported the '

of certain grasses In these I log truck driven by slab Logan STEVE REVELLROBERT
lost icres that will attract al- Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Langs- I Castile, 35, of Quincy, failedto I
of ton and two children of Hunts-
mo very variety game State
stop for a red light at H. RODDENBERRY AssociateA
the hunting season ville, Ala. spent Thanksgiving
and during and State Road 387
the little extra labor It takes to holiday with their parents here truck driven
hit an asphalt ,
these feed strip will cer- and at Blountstown.
plant by Eustice Calvin Black 30, of
tainly pay off in pleasure.The Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mason of Hosted and turned over on top FINANCING ARRANGED AT 5 1/4%

Soil Conservation Service Orlando, Fla. visited relativesand of Crlssett'a pickup.
technicians will provide the Prof Shlnlchlro' fomonaga (left) reciprocate\ the traditional friends here. Mrs. Alcona Black admitted to Tal- ANT TYPS BOMB BUILT ON YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE
technical know how check bottom up": congratulations: offered him by one of hi* colleagues Berry Is her sister and Mrs. Clax- was for
with your Wakulla Soil Conser- upon notification of his winning: the 1965 Nobel Prize for Physic, ton Vause, Sr. Is her niece. labaaMt SERVING WAKULLA OXKTV AND TIE OMSTAL APEA
vation District at the County The Tokyo .Diversity of Education professor Kharecl the coveted Pleasant Vause returns Decem- treatment
Crawfordville ... award with Prof Julian Sthwlnger: of Harvard and Prof Richard Scant details of the accident
Courthouse, of ber 1st to his Navy base in San YU4-2801 YIH-7435 W02-2191
Feynman the
be glad did. California Institute of Technology: for their fund. were available as the investigation
and you'll you month's
after furlough
amenta Diego, a
work within the field
quantum elec troilynamlc't. The 59 was continuing. Trooper
year old Dr. Tomonaiu In the second Japanese\ win the Nobel ; with his parents Moore was assisted by Lt. Joe PANACEA. FLORIDALET
Prize Dr. Hlrtekl Yukawa won lice Physics prize In 1919 while at
I Columbia nUerMty for his work on the mathematical prediction I There were several family gatherings Cook, Sgt. Tony Graham UM QS! BUY OR SELL FOR VOU
of the meKon during Thanksgiving Wakulla County Sheriffs Office

among them, the families of I land Auxiliary Highway Patrolmen

'THE HARMFUL EFFECTS OF TOBACCO Shelt Roddenberry, Ernest Rod- J. D. Turner and Bobby

BY denberry, Walter Harms, Frank P065eY.I .
Judy McLarty Jones, Nelse Roddenberry and

Since colonial days, when It was main Archie Morrison.
a reason for settling the South, tobacco has played a major
role In the American economy Raised by 750,000 farm families in 21 states, tobacco provides jobs I CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH

for an estimated 17 million people in one way or another and Is the nation' fifth largest cash crop. SCHOOL MENU FOR
An estimated $7,500,000,000 is spent annually for tobacco
products by Americans. Of this amount,
federal and state governments pick up three and two-tenths billion dollars in tobacco taxes. This is NEXT WEEK

more than one-half as much as is spent for alcoholic liquors. More money is spent by people in the ctet1i 6toflux Eloise Harvey Manager
United States on tobacco than is spent for our free public school system. These facts are important .- I

because so many people benefit from the tobacco industry, but these people may be working for and Monday December 6
promoting one of the most deadly products wed. Beef;Gravy

Tobacco, since ancient times, has been consumed in many forms. Until recent years people I BY BOB BREWSTER Mashed PotatoesCabbageCarrot

thought tobacco to be harmless, but this has been proven incorrect. Some eight compounds identifiedas r'f: OmIJatr.to.r> OnlkotrJ Xclifor, ?J.. Salad

causing cancer in experimental animals have been yielded from tobacco smoke, and more appearto Peaches
be present. This Is a frightening statement, for an estimated 523,000,000,000 cigarettes will be TOO LATE? NEVER! Bread Butter

smoked by United States' consumers this year. This amounts to about 200 packs per year for every If jour fall plans Include flub Mil
person over fourteen years of age. log In the Everglades: or off Tuesday. December 7

Tobacco smoke has not been the only element involved in research; the tobacco itself has been Balboa, you are probably not too Spaghetti

tested in many experiments. Some of these tests have proven that from one to four per cent of nico- concerned about the fishing Meat Sauce
tine is contained in the tobacco. This percentage of nicotine causes the principal effects of tobaccoon problems the back home" folks Turnip Greens

the body. Tobacco also contains substances known as tars, which in sufficient concentration, can must face this time of year Bartlett Pears

cause cancer. Tars are absorbed by the lungs when cigarette smoke is Inhaled, causing lung tissue Thin Is a confused period for Corn Bread
cells gradually to undergo a change. The lung cells eventually change from normal, healthy cells to most sta>.at.home anglers across Bread ButterMilk
diseased, cancerous cells in a considerable proportion of smokers. the land The steelhead run

Smoking not only causes lung cells to become cancerous, it also has other harmful effects on the hasnt begun( ; solid Ice Is still December NEW MATH? No just a way of pointing out that the traffic death
whole body. Some of these effects are throat irritations, stomach discomforts, nervousness, irregular some time away: and huntinghas Wednesday rate at night: U lwo-and.one.half times greater than In daytime
heart beat, harm to blood vessels and a poor blood supply to the heart. Some authorities think entered the outdoor picture. Fried Chicken Darkness alone wan responsible for over 8,000 traffic deaths in 1964
that cigarette smoking may cause a general weakening of the body. As a general rule, fishing's Steamed Rice- according to the Street and Highway Safety Lighting: Bureau,

Why people smoke is a question which many doctors have asked. Through research they have found good In most 'places.,, stress the Fruit Tossed Cocktail Salad which urges better lighting for dangerous traffic areas.

that people smoke for a number of reasons. One reason is to relieve tension. Another is to have a expert at Mercury outboard. In Bread Butter I
to fill in time and do fact,hy add, In many spots It's -
with the
means something hands. Still another reason is to aid sociability. Finally Milk
the principal reason that most people smoke is for the instant pleasure in it. bttter now than any other period Crab Casserole For Entertaining
of the
Does one feel that it would or could really be a pleasure smoking a cigarette, knowing that one of ytar. Thursday. December 9
six deaths in the United States is caused ? To capitalize\ on autumn' fish. Hamburgers o
every by cancer Certainly not, for lung cancer, which hasa I,
Ins bonanza, all one must do Is Lettuce Tomatoes
lower percentage of cures than most other forms, is Increasing faster than any other form. Nearly
don Ignore football
togs a Potato
ninety per cent of the victims who die annually from lung cancer are men, but since 1940, there has warm Chip ,
game on TV and hustle off to the Apple Sauce
been a rise in lung cancer among females, though not so great as among males. Probably the reason nearest waters
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for this is that fewer women smoke, and those who do smoke tend to smoke less heavily and Inhale -
Weather will play dominantrole
less deeply. Only five to ten per cent of the people with lung cancer survive five years after diagnosis. In both comfort a and fishing

This is a pathetic aftermath, because cancer strikes mainly those over fifty years of age. success Keep an ear tuned to Friday, December 10
Although smoking is definitely one of the causes of lung cancer, non-smokers as well as smokers develop forecasts A high barometer and FUll Steaks

lung cancer, and yet, not all cigarette smokers develop lung cancer. One may say that this is fair conditions Indicate good results Catsup
not right, but research has proven that people who do not smoke can and do contract lung cancer the while an approaching cold Cole Slaw
same as smokers. However, the death rate for non-smoking lung cancer patients is lower than that front usually signals problems Green PeasChocolate

of smoking lung cancer patients, and this is proven by a new study which shows that smokers have a The key right now U air Pudding

higher death rate from heart disease, chronic bronchitis, pneumonia, influenza, and other lung diseases temperature and clouds that obmure Bread Butter
than do non-smokers. Emphysema is another of these diseases. the sun and, consequently, Milk

Emphysema Is a lung ailment which leaves its victims gasping for breath. It is one of the many new lower water temperature. As
'plagues"' of the cigarette. These "plagues" are being analyzed by doctors in hopes of finding a cure long ix the "'ateI'll favorable to
for them before more develop.One fish activity you ran expect
way doctors and scientists have tried to reduce the rate of the "plagues" and lung cancer is by ac'tlon. MAID OF COTTON

Introducing filter cigarettes. Today, of all the cigarettes sold, three-fifths have filter tips. These The piesence of natural baits CONTESTA

filters, up to the present time, have not reduced the lung cancer hazard in smoking, even though l Is another Indicator of results,
some filters do reduce the tar and nicotine which would ordinarily be inhaled. regardless of their abundance pretty Florida State coed

Cigarettes, plain or filter tip, are certainly harmful to man, but so many millions of people do not In areas where frogs are still who's planning a career in the
hopping: In the shallows you can fashion field has in a bid to 1.
realize this. Doctors and scientists agree that seventy-five per cent of lung cancer could be prevented put
be assured of strikes 1
reasonably be cotton's No. fashion i and
if people, especially young people, did not smoke cigarettes. So many young people have taken
Between layer of macaroni and sliced toma-
Incidentally latch on to any good will smbassadress in 1966. a creamy thinly
the of three school students is smoker and
up bad habit of smoking that today, one out high a regular ,
terrestrial l creatures you might She's 19-year old Lynne Allen toe are sweet tender morsels of canned Alaska King crab, the
chance a..o. If they are good daughter of Mr. and Mrs. distinctive ingredient that makes this a company casserole In
up the bad habit of smoking that today, one out of three high school students is a regular smoker, and fish bait In season, they'reat addition three varieties. of cheese contribute their good flavor
Allen Miami.
Irwin A
almost one out of every two seniors smoke regularly. Many doctors believe that the smoking habit is sopho- Company Crab Casserole may be prepared in advance and
premium now.
much more likely to be taken up by children whose parents smoke than by those whose parents do not a more majoring in fashion merchandising refrigerated until time to bake and serve Since canned Alaska
do smoke Indulge Lat fall should not discouragethe the tall hazel-eyed King crab la ) tendonles it la ready to it
smoke. This may be true, but it is also true that children whose parents not heavily completely use aa
in angler IIY the Mercury brunette is Florida's first entryin cornea from the. can. Simply I slice it into bite size pieces to
smoking. people. Just "git up 'n go" the Maid of Cotton selection. spread over the macaroni.cheese layer.
and be done
. Smoking is becoming more and more a major problem in our society, something must
If she is chosen finalistin To mark the casserole into with knife
last they admonish, be sure as a serve square a sharp
about it. For tobacco has been under attack but nothing of outstanding im-
more than developed any toward the Heaxon. still open for the the Maid of Cotton selection, and transfer with a broad spatula to dinner plate Add a light,
portance has ever been in reducing the use of tobacco. We must continue to strive
species( you seek Lynne will be Invited to parti- bright fruit salad and crunchy hard roll to complete this per
a goal of reducing consumption of tobacco products, and maybe one day in the near future, mankind in two of at fectly scrumptious fare
will prosper from our successes. Until that time we have one thing which is to our advantage Not- cipate December Company Crab Caaaerole .,
withstanding the results the work and research done by cigarette manufacturers and those who would Memphis, ,
28-29. The girl who wins the 1 (7% os) can Alaska Vi teaspoon garlic powder
like to defend there has not been evidence produced which contradicts that smokingIs
cigarettes, any title will be outfitted in a high King crab J4 teaspoon salt

not harmful: to the human body. ___ _______ ______ fashion all-cotton wardrobe for 1 tablespoon lemon juice J4 teaspoon pepper
---'-- 2 cups ((6 ox.) shell macaroni YA cup sliced green onion
her six months' internationaltour 1 package (8 os) cream 2 medium tomatoes,
on behalf of the American cheese sliced thin

cotton Industry. At the conclu- U cup dairy sour cream 1 cup grated Cheddar cheese
Yule sion of her tour, she will be V4 cup cottage cheese

p-esentedwltha new automobileasa Drain crab and slice into bite-site pieces. Sprinkle with lemon
gift from the Memphis Dis- Juice Cook macaroni in boiling, salted water until tender. Drain.
trict Ford dealers. Have cream cheese at room temperature. Add to hot macaroni
\ The Maid of Cotton selectionis I and toss gently to coat Add sour cream, cottage cheese andseasonings'
\ open to single girls between Spread in shallow buttered 2.quart baking dish
19 and 25 who were born In a Sprinkle onion over macaroni. Spread with layer of crab, thena
layer of sliced tomatoes. Sprinkle tomatoes with additionalsalt
cotton-producing state. Candidates and pepper. Top with crated Cheddar cheese. Bake at
must be at least five feet 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Makes 6 to 8 servings.
five and one-half Inches tall. ,
THE Application forms may be obtained -

1963 Chevy II. $1395 1964 Ford $1495 from the National Cot- r TALLAHASSEE THEATRES

I.paisenier ttatton kiw VI 4 door Sedan itandard Iran. ton Council, 1918 North Park-
PLEASURE IS mile* radio heater wend automatic mission. heater Claan MS own.r way, Memphis. Deadline for FLORIDAX STATE
tranimliilon_ One owner car entering is midnight, December

ALL YOURS J 1963 Chevrolet $995 1st. Today thru Sat.---..

1961 Corvair. $545 Now
4 door a eyllndtr iun Club Coup. radio healer and 1 Mdaa wit radio, heater,
Enjoy Owning aped trantmiailon. Ore owner auto BROWARD WILLIAMS r

one of these quality 0-K MAKES APPOINTMENT

Used Cars. Take Test Sal Mlneo
a J959 Plymouth/ $395 1965 Chevrolet $1995 Tallahassee, Fla. -- State "
Ride. They Speak For 4 door staUo*. w..on. tpuwn.far ( eyllndtr t door with heater, Treasurer-State Fire Marshal Juliet Prowse
Themselves! with radio wafer auto. standard m sland14an1n/ on* ova* Broward Williams said today he THE
"> "WHO
'animia loB and air eon1963 or low mllas, Blf saving.
appointed Police Chief E. Lave -
1963 Chevrolet $1295 lie Pitts of Springfield Deputy

CORVAIR CONVERTIBLE: low 1960 Plymouth $395 State Fire Marshal for Fort Wal-
"Hit on* owner radio Mater 4 door I cylinder sadaa with ton Beach, effective December
and automatic tranimlailon,,. Chevrolet I $149 itandard shift, radio. Inter, a 1.
4 door VI Eclair' with radio food Mjr. of Holmes
n.1! ll1oa, Pitts, anatlve
1962 heater automatic
lark. $495 en* ewnar, low mlltitar. County, served as chief criminal HEART"r
jntuc 1 door tranimlailon.sedan with "'a.ODe*".owner auto.. J 1964 Chevrolet. $1795 investigator for the Bay Coun- PERRY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN

V*. 4 door with radio beater, ty 'Department and attendednumeroUJ ON WOOOYIUI HWY.
Ford $895 1965 Ford $2095 automatla tsannnttilon sae FBI schools and I- ..
VS 4 door swiss, one owner. Cuatom ace 4 door with radio, owner low mllaa. Florida Law Academy coursesduring ,
Clean automobile. hour. automatic triiumlMloa/
Low mUeaf. his nine years experienceas TODAY Today, Fri. S Sat.
1961 Rambler. $395 :- an investigator.Fire .
Anwncan S door sods with J 1959 Chevrolet. $495 J 1965 Corvair $2 J 95 Marshal Williams said hir-

radio, inll hat, ? and stitomatlo tl ton pick up ready to g0. sew CORSAa radio erd UanamUilon.IMI..,. one Owner ing such career people as Chief "A VERY
paint. Pitts wtt part of his plan to build VINC A WILD WEEKEND
the staff to provide professional Wednesday I C:
and '
2 Lots To Serve You-327 N. Adams-1414 S. MonroeALFORDCHEVROLETCO1 service to all Florida. Friday C f

Friday I C:

Well over one million tourists
came into Florida in each of I

the months except October l
and November In 1964 .....

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CMWORDVILLE I PROJECT FUNDS Thursday December 2. 1965
Parkerson School Supt. Floyd T. CRAVFORDVILLE'
Mr. and MM. C. J.
Christian today approved an Congressman D. R. (Billy) ', HIGH SCHOOL NEWSBY
of Cadsden, Alabama, were recent
Matthews today urged the Com-

.SHOPPERS' .GOOD g NEWS Mr.Harper.guests and Mr.Mrs.of Mr.and Parkerson and Mrs Mrs.Harper, Mrs.Jim, ', for Federal ditional seven Elementary$1,735,682 counties and in under ad-I I Admlnlstiatlon peanuts missioner In of peanut the' Food butter."keep and" Drug the Students Kathy returned Strickland to classes

Gladys Wall. and Mr. Charles ary Education Act. I I Monday, November 29, after
The FDA is
Davison at the This brings to $7,996,043 the presently
one i
spent day taking a break from school routine
Apalachicola Bridge fishing and f\mdswMch have been approved I hearings on a proposal to change
the formula for Thanksgiving Holidays.The .
of butter.
picnicking. Some nice sheep- to date. Forty-two projects have peanut
Christmas ; Annual Staff entertained
Ctubipays Matthews said manufacturers -
head fish were caught. now been approved for 32 coun I I want to substitute some chemical I the classes with the highest percentage -

needed Mrs. Curt Spears of Crawford-I ties.Christian said that under the additives for a certain percentage of subscription sales for
j : j \ ;shopping ville and her daughter, Mrs. federal law the funds must be of peanuts in the staple P'OI I the 1966 s with a
duct. This would reduce the amount coke party last Tuesday. Mrs.McNabb' .
Varol lions of Quincy, have returned used in new education programs I
/ I of protein in peanut but third grade won the
dollars NOW! after spending three None of the federal money can
months in Denver, Colorado, be used for teacher salaries or ter and make it a less nutritious I party in the elementary contest,
7 product, he added. with the Senior Class winning In
i where Mrs. lions has been undergoing : to replace programs currently
v r High School.
treatment at the hospi- underway. Peanutbutter, a cheap, readi-
4 i tal of her brothers, Dr. Dan and The projects are aimed at the ly available staple product is a The National Honor Society
Dr. Howard Spears. Mrs. Lions educationally deprived studentsin vital source of protein in almost Banquet was held last Tuesday
will stay with her mother while the county. every American household, the night in the school cafeteria.
II \ \ recuperating.Mr. Latest projects approved aret Congressman said. U some peanuts Members of the Junior and Sen-
Calhoun remedial are taken out of it, it will ior Honor Societies, their par-
Norris McCloud from program in the County areas of physical I be that much less valuable as a ents, and members of the faculty
\ Tampa li visiting Mr. and Mrs.E. fitness and health, with additional I source of protein. In his letterto were present. After the meal
C. Ferrell, Sr. He plans to guidance services, serv the Commissioner of the FDA, was served, the Senior Chapter
do some hunting while here. 766 students, $115,943 Matthews urged that a standard presented a program concerning
i ; their four idealst Character
designed maintain the highest ,
Donald Tucker has returned Cadsden County program toimprove
ii content possible of peanuts in Leadership, Scholarship, and
i from a visit with his brother, Instruction through expanded Service.
peanut butter be adopted and set
cf audio visual
Kit Tucker and family, in Hawaii use equipment in writing. The Crawfordville Panther's
and teaching mater-
v basketball team travels to Mon-
Pointing to his efforts in Con-
\ Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reh- $214 ials,,SOl serving; 3,661 students. gress over the years to enact leg- ticello Friday night, December
islation which would be helpfulto 3, fortheir opening game of the
winkel and children from Pensa-
HlUsborough Count/I (two
pro- In his District season. The Panthers are get-
cola spent Thanksgiving with peanut growers ,
jects) an Intensive remedial
the veteran Congressman said, ting an early start on what they
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. reading program, providing additional -
"Substitutes and additives would hope will prove to be an out-
L. Rehwlnkel. '
teachers aides
library ,
not only result in a less nutritious standing season The Panthers
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keightley workshops, and students consultants, product, but would do untold meet the Sopchoppy Yellow
serving 2,600 $597-
and son, Gregory, spent Thanks- 149; and providing 35 portable damage to our peanut growers Jackets in Sopchoppy Tuesday,
giving in Bowling Green, Ken- classrooms to be used in Head- who are dependent on the December 7.
tucky, and Nashville, Tenn. sale of their crops for their live-
start Program, serving 450 preschool

OTHER SERVICES : D q Johnny Harper has returned to children, $294,000 to- lihood. I
his home from the Tallahassee talforthe two projects of $891-
Memorial Hospital.A. 149; Best Of Tradition And Today

Savings Safety Deposit CheckingAuto CHRISTMAS Wakulla County program for -
L. Porter entered Tallahassee additional teaching personnel, j(
Loans Home Loans Personal LoansBa Memorial Hospital Thanks- equipment, and teaching materials -
CKJB giving Day with double penu- to upgrade instruction,
.k Money Orders Banking-by-Mail monia. serving 694 students, $45,313;
Levy County program of remedial -
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Henry reading, providing social
and family from Montgomery, workers, teaching materials and
Alabama spent the holidays equipment, and teacher-train-
with Mrs. Nell Russ and family. ing, serving 695 students, $82-
624 s'
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith re- ; r :
Lake County of visi-
turned home after program
Tuesday tation and testing, serving 128
LEWIS STATE BANKFlorida's spending e holidays with their students, $32,674
daughter aid family, Mr. and Marion County ; provide -
Mrs. 'Fred 'Carlan of Atlanta, Instruction in various sub-special

Ga., ject areas, serving 3,225 stu- l ..

dents, $353,476.Fire .
Oldest Mr. and Mrs. James B. 0'
Bryan had guest for the week-
Member, Federal Deposit Insurance Corpertttot. end from the Mohawk Valley in Death in Homes
upstate New York, Mrs. O1-
Bryan's sister, Mrs. Leonard NEW YORK-About SO percent
Shults, and nephew and family, of the 6.550 persons killed
Mr. and Mrs. Cary Shults, Deb- by home fires in the United -

bie and Dave. States in 1964 were children according Some cooks toss aside holiday tradition.. Wiser ones keep the
to the Insurance Infor best of two worlds-the heritage of a pumpkin pie streamlined in

6IPlYDE1S.You'll mation Institute. Many of the the making; with a modern convenient canned pie.filling. Imagine,
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find exciting new electric gift for everyone. able to protect themselves. densed milk even produces a no-cook filling

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NOTICE 1 ((9-inch) baked pastry 1 tablespoon (1 envelope)
new electric toys are marvels, too. 1. shell unflavored gelatine
1S FRI, SAT, MON. AND TUEJ. 1.1/3 cups (lrs-oscan) 2 tablespoons water

$10 UNDER $50 Eagle Brand sweetened 2 cups (1 pint) heavy .
condensed milk
1 ((1 Ib 2-oi) can Pecan halves
MAXWELL HOUSE Comstock pumpkinpiefilling Preserved crystallized; optional

ONDERH.t.DOI a large bowl, gradually stir condensed milk.Into pumpkin pie-
J! I I filling; blend thoroughly. Add gelatine to water. Let stand 6 min.
o utes to soften. Dissolve the softened gelatine over boiling water.
LB. WI Gradually stir gelatine into pumpkin mixture Whip 1 cup of the
heavy cream until stiff Gently fold cream into pumpkin mixture.
Place mixture over ice water; chill until it mounds slightly when

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whipped cream. Pipe
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with pecan halves or pieces of crystallized ginger.

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Make this winsome angel centerpiece out support. Cut from
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blanket lighted mirror, shampooer, griddle, opener, central refrigerator freezer, Stamps Studio. To make her youll need adjusting forward or back.
coffee grinder ice cream freezer. heat'plll1p. cardboard Noreross and a package of ward to keep balance even.
Tiny Trimmings"gift Cover small box with red gift

/ SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVE in half wrap.and First cut angel fold cardboard shape as wrap. Trim with bow and !glue
shown Open and rubber cement between angel's hands. Make
Idrll CORPORATION PIGOTT'S on gift wrap, cutting! off excess. head from foam ball, glueingon
FLORIDA POWER STORE- Glue bands of red ribbon to face parts. Pin on gold
I pi4 out ua.ftm, -.fwiMM nnnt taws MEDART! skirt, making sure bottom Iseven Lustre-Curl ribbon strips for
so angel will stand with- hair. Fill box with candy.