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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
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'. CRAWFORDVILLE FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 6. 1966 77,127 I.. ..... lOc Per Copy
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CHANGE IN CIGARETTE MEASLES 'TAKE EDGE OLD FORT HERE RACE DATE
SET AT
SMOKING HABITSA OFf' CHILDRENS' 10 TO OPEN JAN. II DAYTONA SPEEDWAY NUPTIALS SAID IN ST. MARKS CHURCH ,


... gradual but perceptible shift New"take York the- Common off"measlescan the San Marcos de Apalache, a Daytona Beach, Fla. Ford James Wedding William vows Matthews.were exchanged yesterday in St. Marks Baptist Church by Miss Donna Jo Lynn and
habits has edge IQ
In smoking
cigarette historic fort site at St. Marks will go with its newest and fast- The bride
been noted over the past five of children who escape its more with that dates back is the daughter of Mrs. E. J. Purvis of St. Marks and the
a history to est in the Daytona 24 Hour Con- late J. T. ((80)) Lynn and the
bridegroom is the ,
years, despite a rise in total cig- serious after-effects, such a* 1527, will be open to the public tinental at International Speed- The Rev. Fred V.son of Mr. and Mrs. J J. P. Matthews, Jacksonville Highway.
Harrison
brain fever and officiated for
arette consumption.The pneumonia after ceremonies there at the ceremony.
on 5-6.
made middle ear infections. This is way February The church altar, banked with ivy, was flanked
announcement was
candelabra
3:00 11. by
P.M. January The first holding white
two
cars entered in white tapers. Baskets of ;
this week by Charles Kistenma- the warning of Dr. James L. State Parks Director Bill Mil America's gladioli, chrysanthemums: and leather leaf fern also enhanced the chancel. .
longest test of speed marked Family
with white pews were
Public Information Director Coddard, assistant satin ribbons. :
cher surgeon gen-
ler announced that ceremonieswill and endurance Le
( Mans of
only The bride's )
of the Florida Division of the eral, to parents and physiciansin dedicate a historic marker France is its equal) by Ford were The bodice floor-length bouffant gown featured a Watteau train of silk taffeta and chantilly lace.
American Cancer Society, with a specially recorded inter- the State was styled with an oval neckline edged with lace
sponsored by Societyof 1966 CT Mark II 427 prototypes, Insets of lace adorned the medallions, and long tapered sleeves. '
He said view distributed to 1,000 radio skirt front and
headquarters Tampa. Colonial Dames of the 17th capable of speeds well in excess She edged the train.
that the information was obtained stations. wore a shoulder-length veil of bouffant tulle
fastened
Century. of 200 miles hour. to a crown of lace leaves
from the Society's man- "I've personally felt for a long per pearls. She carried a white Bible topped with edged with
The fort will be
museum not The prototypes, which will chid. She pompon chrysanthemums, white roses and a white
ual "1966 Cancer Facts and time that underestimate the was given in marriage by her or-
complete at this time and will come from Shelby American In stepfather, E. J. Purvis.
Maid
seriousness of measles in termsof of honor was the bride's .
.
Figures" be open at a later date, Miller California will be handled '
It was further disclosed in the the dulling it may cause, Dr. said. The museum Is designedto the Speedway'a, 3.81-mile over cousin, Miss Ann Moore, Craw-

manual that the U. S. Public Goddard says. "In other words, house artifacts found in the track-madclrcult fordville. Bridesmaids went
four of
Health Service has estimatedthat a child who might have been avery area, as well as exhibits relat- America's by Miss Sandra Harper, Crawford- e

there are now about 18 mil- gifted child with a very ing to the events that occurred top drivers of sports vile, Miss Violet Lovett, Wa- ?
One
cars. car will have Ken 7
lion ex-smokers. A survey high K? may get measles and .. there. Miles and kulla, and Miss Julie Floyd, St. &
Lloyd winners
shows a drop in the proportion of not be quite as bright becauseof However, the ruins of the old of the 1965 2000-kilometer Ruby, Con- Marks Flower girl was Andrea

adult cigarette smokers from 59 the encephalitis or Inflama- Spanish fort and Confederate tinental, at the wheel, and the bearerwas Hood, Moultrie, Ca. and ring r, .,
tion of the brain that often accompanies Jimmy Jordan, nephew
percent 1962 dawn to 52 per earthworks will be available to other will be co-driven Dan
cent In 1964. This 7 point decline measles the public. Gurney, America's No. 1 by internationalist of the groom, of Tallahas- ,

added to that shown In In a discussion with Joseph R. The historic marker points out and Grant. see.Dresses

earlier studies, Indicates that, Hixson, science writer of the N. that the fort was occupied by the Ferrari of, Italy Jerry dominant In I of royal blue taffeta
I fashioned with bell
among men, nearly one out of Y. Herald Tribune, Dr. God- Spanish, English, Indians, Gen. road racing until Ford broke its and lace shaped skirts II-a
dard who is also chief of the Jackets were worn by
four Is now an excigarettesmoker Andrew Jackson's and
troops, grip in 1965, will challenge for the attendants. /
according to the U. S. Communicable Disease Center, both Federal and Confederate supremacy in the Continental.More Their headpieces -
U. S. Public Health Service were of matching velvet
Surgeon General. forces during the War Betweenthe
than dozen
a Ferraris Including -
Atlanta Ca. the bows with veils, and they carried { 1
emphasizes
Special studies reveal that States. entries from the factoryand
cascade
there is a growing tendency among folio vlngl Presiding over the ceremonieswill its U. S. outlet, North American carnations. bouquets of red

youngsters to postpone Between 400 to 500 childrenare be Mrs. Allen Turpin of Racing Team of New Wendell Strickland

starting the habit. Last year, dying annually of common Monroe, La., national presidentof York, are scheduled to go to the the cousin of
among teenagers, only 17 per measles, in addition to the the Colonial Dames-Society, line. Marinello Concessionairesof bridegroom, served as best 1

cent answered affirmatively to thousands who suffer complications. and Mrs. James F. Byers of St.Petersburg man. Ushers Included J. K.
of the
Italy plan to enter two Moore, uncle of the bride from
II
the question, "Do you smokecigarettes" state Society presi-
blood red racers, as does Ecurie Crawfordville W. A. of
Vaceinesliave: existed ; Lynn
for
as compared to 36 several dent.
1958.It for the of Francorchamp of Belgium. St. Marks, cousin of the bride;
per cent in years prevention Participating will be Dr. JamesT. North American Racing team
and Ronnie Strickland
Is also reported that physicians measles and only public apathy Cook of Marianna, memberof plans to have Pedro Rodriguez of ville of Wood- I : I..
cousin of the bride
are smoking far less than stands in the way of eradicatingit. the Florida Board of Parks and Mexico and Mario Andrettl, I I f

the general public. There has Historic Memorials Mrs. DoakS. groom. "
,
; young Indy 500 sensation in Its j
been a drop In smoking among A new and improved vaccine, Campbell, past president of No. Ferrari, and hopes to field Following the wedding the ,bride's a reception 'I. ,." ,

doctors in this country and in available since February 1965, the Tallahassee Society; and Dr. 24 Hours of Le Man in 1965, was at their given home.Assisting by { !

England to an estimated 30 per has simplified the problem of I j. C. Dickinson, director of the with the same drivers -- Masten parents ..
Mrs. A.
were M.
cent. A mortality study (Doll- Injection by eliminating the Florida State Museum In Galnes1 Gregory and Joachim Rindt ofustria. t
Smith of
10 need for the shot of I aunt the bride; Mrs.
Hill) conducted over a year extra gamma ville. A .

period among British male physicians I globulin. This is known as the Justice B. K. Roberts of the 'Porsche of Germany has enter- George Walker Mrs. J. K.
Moore Mrs. Charles Turner
shows a 7 per cent decline Schwarz strain, or Lirugen. Florida State Supreme Court will ed three and ; ;
factory cars expects
Miss Ruth Dix Mrs. A. D. Al-
In the lung cancer rate, Reactions to the new vaccinesare I j deliver the main address. of them to be the ; .
one
new
ford Mrs. Robert Mrs.
,
Floyd .,
in contrast to a 22 per cent Increase minimal I Unveiling the historic marker Carrera 6, capable of t75 miles Wendell; Strickland .and; Mrs. .
among other males -- attributed These releases ara-timed to will be Mrs.-T" Aubrey Morse of hour with standard :
I''I per gearing. Fred Jordan sister of the bride-
In the context of other reach the population in advanceof 'Tallahassee and Mrs. RichardM. This is the car which Porsche ,

data, to the fact that physicians the annual spring outbreak of Jones of Miami, Society has built with but one aim a groom.Following a brief wedding tripto
have given up smoking because measles. chairmen of the state committee -
solid effort the
to gain manu points in Florida, the couple
they are more subjectively awareof for historic markers. facturers' world championship.
will reside at 524 E. George
the dangers and relationshipof THE 'COUN'TYAGENT'S The Continental carries high Street. The bridegroom is em-

cigarette smoking and lung EMANUEl DAVIS points for this coveted title. ployed by J. C. Penney Com MATTHEWS
cancer. CORNEL Alfa Romeo of will send
Italy
.
To help adults help themselvesto BYE. R. Wheaton team of three and Jaguar pall) I'
Emanuel Davis factory The wedding rehearsal Friday PULPWOOD
old
overcome cigarette smoking, County AgentAs 64-year Maserati, Elva, Lotus, followed a buffet 'I SPRINT CARS
night was by
construction: foreman for the city
and set an example for their SHOW
and if the be readied in INCREASE
car can upper at the home of Mr. and TO RACE
of Tallahassee died
children to avoid the each Monday
smoking -
new begins everyone
year time Chaparral will be
repre Mrs. J. K. Moore, Crawford
habit, a motion picture film tries to make resolutionsto morning at Tallahassee Memorial Receipts of T Florida The annual
sented. Also wealthy r-.ya, -
sports- vile for all members of the
hardwoods
hasbeen produced by the Amer- do a Job or task just a little Hospital.A man, John Mecom of Texas, and midwinter IMCA Grand Champ-

ican Cancer Society.It better than before. With the beginning native of Sopchoppy, he had plans to have two Lolas on the wedding party. pulpmill in the ionship sprint car races, which

is available for showings, to of 1966 your new County resided in Tallahassee for 15 line if they can be homologatedin region of the United hat been regarded for many

adult groups, organizations and Agent, Dick Wheaton, has only years and was a member of the January by the FIA. ing the month of years a* the "World Series of

clubs. Free literature is also a- one resolution and that is to do Woodmen of the World. He A race in which Ferraris, Fords, NEAR RECORD DEER creased six percent Dirt Track Racing", is expectedto
vailable. everything possible to providethe made his home at 1822 Tyndall the same period last another batch of
Porsches, Chaparrals, and Lolas KILLED HERE FRIDAY : product
The film titled "Who Me" services offered by the Agricultural Drive. fought for the checkered flag, I was double the speed "stars" when the green

dramatically presents facts aJfigures ; Extension Service, University Funeral service were held at could not be surpassed. And Local woodsman kill near record Mill receipt of flag drops on the opening races,

on the dangers of cigarette of Florida. 2:00 P.M. Tuesday at the Con- that is the present outlook for deer Friday in the vicinity an even more at the Florida State Fair here,

smoking. It touches on such These services are many and gregational Holineu Church In the Daytona 24 Hour Continental. of Medart. ation with couth Wednesday afternoon, February

factors as smokers cough, inhal- I varied, ranging from information Sopchoppy with the Rev. Em- ,.. George Clbbs of Crawfordville showing an 18 2. Four more race dates have

ing, parental Influence on child- I on Soils, Field Crops,Livestock mettWhaiey and the Rev. Car- The round-the-clock race is hunting with Mat Mathls killed while other set for Saturday, February

ren smoking, chemicals in cig- I Ornamentals Vegetables, los Allen 0 iciatlng. Burial fol- limited to 60 cars, and will a lO-point buck which has been of domestic Sunday, February 6, Wednesday -
and lung cancer. Agricultural Economics and 4H. lowed In the West Sopcho reported as one of the largest out the nation were 9
arette smoking start at 3:00 P.M. on Saturday, February: and Saturday,
Club or organization program Many times Information can Cemetery under direction of J. February 5, killed in the county. percent in February 12.

chairmen may arrange bookingsof be provided through bulletins or A. Culley and Son Funeral The deer was estimated to the similar period Time trials will be held Wed-

the film by contacting their other guides but probably the Home. CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH weigh around 215 to 220 pounds Nationally, nesday morning, February 2, and

nearest American Cancer Society fastest method would be a telephone Davis-is survived by seven sons, SCHOOL MENU and had what many hunters have of pulpwood were established that day will

Information Office. Theyare call to the County Agent's Howard, Broward, Larry, Ter- called an almost perfect set of mills In September good for all five afternoons

listed In the white sections Office or even a visit. Circu- ry, Bruce, Don and Richard Davis Monday antlers. to 4,145 and 359 in racingi Over S1fi( )OO in

telephone directories eighteen lars such as the Peanut Product- ; and three daughters, Mrs. Barue Beef Gibbs said, "I have not hunted 1964 money and adJod trophies

key cities in Florida. Or, Ion Guide, Vegetable Product- Hazel Bob, Miss Helen Davis and Potato Salad deermore than a dozen times in a slight decrease and accessory awards will be at

inquiries may be made by writ- ion, or Small Grain Production Mrs. Jean Yale, all of Talla- Slaw my life". vious month but up according to Secretary-

ing American Cancer Society, Guide and bulletins about Livestock hassee; two brothers, John Davis Cherry Cobbler Mathis and Cibbs were still cent from a year Manager M. E. Twedell. Races

2909 Bay-to-Bay Blvd., Tampa, Flowers and the Homeare Sopchoppy, and Vernon Davis Bread Butter hunting when George first saw a Pulpwood receipts at 2:30 P.M. daily.

Florida 33609. Bookings should free upon request or a visit Tallahassee; five sisters, Mills doe come out of some brush andas in tile.outh Atlantic One ofthe many returning vet-

be made well In advance of con- by this office. Mrs. Ester Robert and Mrs. H. he put it, "I stayed motion ing September will be Gordon Woolley,

templated meetings. Within the next few mouths I M. Crowson, Sopchoppy, Mrs. Tuesday less", when out this big buck 435,800 cords, 1963 IMCA spring car

planto be out In the county, visiting Columbus Thompson, Panacea, Hamburger Steaks came. 545, 571 cords in from Waco Texas
,
with and meeting everyone Mrs. Robert White, Medart, ant Steamed Rice "He looked as big as a cow and month and 1, 342, aUI'f' will be out: to unseat Jerry

SOIL CONSERVATIONJ. possible; In the meantime, if Mrs. Roy Barton, Tallahassee.He Tossed Salad I almost got buck fever. ember 1964. the two-time champ ,

you are in need of specific assistance also Is survived by 2! Apricots According to- hunten and Recelpt.reported from Forrest Lake, Minne

B. Miller, chairman of the or need hogs vaccinated grandchildren. Bread Butter Game Wardens, the deer kill hardwoods during ..

Wakulla Soil Conservation District please call the County Agent's Milk this season has been very good, counted for 9271726 Inquiries have been received

says that It Is always interesting Office. Wednesday also wild turkeys.TELEPHONE increase of :: all major racing circuits

to him to seethe Each week this column will be same period last the United State and Canada
ANNIE I L. McLEODMrs. Spaghetti
changes which can be made in used to present Information of Meat Sauce Hardwoodreceipts a record field of over 50

our soil under Just a few yearsof interest to farmers and home- Annie L. McLeod, 79 Spinach SERVICE lantic mills for this and driven is anticipated.
good land use. After years :owners. The subjects will vary iod were 293,176 Reserved
of Apalachicola, died Saturday Apple Crisp VALUABLE ASSETOne seats are now on sale
of being planted to cotton and with the season or as matters of morning at Weems Memorial Rolls ButterMilk crease of 42,174 the Florida State Fair office.
other soil-depleting by our same time In 1964.
crops Interest demand. of the .
Hospital after a short Illness. most valuable assets I are $2.50, not Including
and
fathers grandfathers, and after The south Atlantic
Born in Wakulla County she had we have in today's modern outside gate charge. Ad-
be ing plowed straight up and lived more than 50 In A- Thursday world, has become even more I cludes Delaware, ticket tale and inquiries
down the hill until of years
the Columbia
most
HUNTER SHOOTS LEFT pala cola. She was the widowof Fried Chicken valuable, according to WilliamP. Maryland another record crowd

topsoil is washed still off, these old HAND Off WHILE R. Don McLeod and motherof Parsley Potatoes Malloy, District Commercial West Virginia, the popular Tampa speed
of have
soils ours South Carolina
a
production Green Beans .
Manager of Southeastern Telephone
Eldon
potential that Is much CLEANING GUN County Judge McLeod. Fruit Cocktail Florida.
than the She was an active member of Company.Simply .
higher dreamed of average person Panacea Clyde C. Comett, the First Methodist Church. Bread ButterMilk stated, it's our telephone -
ever being
possible. an avid hunter, hadhlslefthand Survivors include one daughter service. And the reason
All it takes is a few of
the right years the accidentally shot off.while Mrs. Annie Laurie Rivers; Friday it' become more valuable 1* CHS JUNIOR CORPORATION CHARTERED
growing crops on cleaning his shotgun at 5:30 P. two Carroll that since 1 it' cost-
land with the sons, James McLeod Chili Con Cane w/Beans January ,
right right man- M. Sunday at his home in Pan and Eldon McLeod, all of Apa- Cabbage-Carrot Salad Ing us less. At the start of this The Juniors of TaUahaisee Secraury of
agement.Mr. acea. lachicola month bills High are Tom Adams today an-
; two sisters, Mrs. tu Peaches telephone were reduced -
Miller
goes on to say that "The the of the
should not "soil Cornea was cleaning a 12- la Coleman, Panacea, and Mrs. Saltines Butter by seven per cent as a result Phantom Be chartering

we vation" should say conser" gauge shotgun at the time. Hospital Sally Holly, Plant City; four Bread Milk of a decrease in the federal January 7th, at : corporation.
1011building"
we
fay The Edwin T. Culbreath, Inc. ((3-
officials at Tallahassee brothers, Bert Roddenberry, excise tax from ten per cent to mystery
for in most of our actsha characters 194)), Route Two Crawford
,Memorial said Monday morning Shah Roddenberry, Nele Rod- three percent. Thus, we're now
soils It Is easerbf Wakulla
a ..
rebuilding i I.he was getting along fine. ; denbeny all of and paying less for our telephone following people Fla. ( County).
thatwhich has been almost des MEETING
That'these Comett 1* a third mate for the Hall RoddenbemyChesapeake, FOR MARCHOF service, ergo, it's worth more to "Wanda Metcalf, Stocks 100shareof.
troyed. soils can be lykes Steamship Company. Vs.; six grandchildren and two DIMES WORKERS u*. Pay Kittrell, of no par value, filed
built Into a state of
productivity 28 1965 Ins
will greatgrandchildren.Funeral To exemplify his point, Mal- Tommy Lllllston, dealing
that compare favorably with service held O. E. Hendrickson, chairmanof loy said that telephone service land Eric MaiMs lumber and other for
in the were at
United States Is being
any the March of Dimes stated Cloud, Lloyd Paulk. products Incorpontom
demonstrated farms Florida'* Cypress Gardens 'the First Methodist Church Mon- costing$10formerly hadl add-
on many today that there would be ed it for the federal The admission 1* T. Culbreath, Mrs. Mar
In the Wakulla Soil Conservation ski tow boat fleet is completely day at 11:00 A.M. with the Rev. a to excise
District. replaced each year by new, Gerald W U lla m. meeting January 10 at 7:30 P.M. tax. Now, the tax addition will dash ,, $.50 for Smith, Kent Wooten, all

production model of Johnson Burial followed In officiating.// at the Florida Power Lounge. be only 30 cents. Eventually, Come one, come Fla., filed by

outboard motor-equipped Crosby metery under Warren Handle of Sopchoppy even that will be eliminated under Rufus O. Jefferson, Attomey at

boat. Johnson Inboard out' Saagaree Funeral Home. has been named Crusade Chair- the tax reduction program. Laws Tallahassee, Fla.f .
board craft and Correct-Craft
man for this
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- HOMER L. MKOOD GUY M. MYERSMr.
THtJU T JAWm 6.i 1t I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis John ,Barrow from Callahan DEADLINE NEAR J.L. FLIGHTS
andtwo sons visited relatives in spent a couple of days with Larry FOR ART EXHIBITS BRING TOURISTSWith Funeral service for Homer L. Guy W. Mv, 10, 7S
i CRMFORWILLE Fort Myers, Florida, last week. Llmbaugh. They are roommates Haygood, site brother of MM. A. of Gloxinia Court, i j ''r II
PERSONALS at N.F.J.C. Artists who wish to enter the an airliner crossing the V. Plckern of Panacea were held lag, died Wedn aa..
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hudson and 1966 Florida State Fair Fine Arts Florida state line on the averageof at 2 30 P.M. Tuesday In Macon, his horn*. He was I +t
Mrs. J. S. Freeman motherof two sons spent Christmas with Sonny Hammlck left Monday Exhibition have until 6:00 P.M. approximately one every seven Indian and had beeant of
Mrs. Ralph Martin and Mia Mn. Hudson's sister and morning to return to school at Saturday, January 8, to submit minutes day and night during Ca.Haygood W a i killed Sunday of Franklin County I ]
Wilma Garden sister of Mae Mr. and Mn. Robert Stone Mercer University at Macon, I their works. January-April season, morning In an automobile accident 9 yean. He was a 1'1'] IIIst
Martin, of Phconix City, Alabama Knoxville, Tenn.Mrs. Georgia Deadlines for entering the Florida Eastern Airlines will have the on U. S. 75 near Macon. teacher and a m 001
visited the Martins In State Fair Women's World seat capacity to fly 2,600,000 Ha is survived by his widow, Lanark Community j die
CrawfordviUe during the holi Mary Crlener spent theholidayswithlrr this winter.C. for Injuries Funeral services ,
Mr. and Mrs W. C. Mathii area January 11 for submitting Florida passengers whoba.be hospitalized w
days._ daughter, Mrs. from Hot Springs, Arkansas, parents entry blanks;January 18 for presenting R. Mathews, regional sales I in a Macon hospital and urday afternoon a ) It-
H. T. AdaMr. \1.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Martin of Mat Ma this, and Mrs. the articles at the fair. director, said this is the greatest a sister, Mrs. Picker wife of In Rlley Funeral Ht I I ,.
*'
spent a few days visiting Mends and Mrs. Buck Miller and Emma Owen, Math grandmother Art entries delivered by hand airlift in the 37 years the the Rev. Pickern who if pastorof The Rev. Harold F 11_
In Port Charlotte, Florida. family spent part of the Christmas ,' spent several days during will be received only between airline has served Florida.A the First Baptist Church In dated and burial a
holidays with her parent, the holidays with the Mat Math- 3:00 P.M. and 6:00 P.M., Friday total of 212 Eastern flights Panacea. Evergreen Cemetery -;
Mr. and Mrs. George Stafford Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Reynolds I Is family. January?, and 11.00A.M. a day will fly to or from Florida Survivors are a son, ,,i I ''A
spent the holidays with their I In St. Petersburg, Florida. I Mrs.pwencelebrated her 88th to 6z00P.M. Saturday, Janu- 106 flights a day will bring .Myers of Carbondale II.i sod .\4 4a ;
daughter, Mrs. Edgar Smith and They also visited her brother while here. sry 8. passengers to the state and an CARD OF THANKS daughter, Mrs. LaM ', J1'e-
family, in Port St. Joe. I and his family In Tampa and birthday Articles for Women's World equal numberwtll fly them back benstedt of Oaklavm. .II. ]! I
some of the Miller relatives I delivered by hand will be ac- north. In addition, there will We wish to take this opportunity two grandchildren.I s
Mr. and Mrs. Chancy Sinister I Mrs. Elva Thomas, Harlan, High Cost of Fires ceptedonly between 9:00 A.M. be extra sections on peak days. to publicly thank those who Pallbearers we re Da'I
spent Christmas with Mrs. Shuster's I Thomas and Tad Strickland in NEW YORK-The dollar and 5:00 P.M., January 14, 15, were so kind to us during our recent John Walsh, William vr/ipg' .ay; I,
sister and family In Four- 16, 17 and 18. loss. Dan Desmond
Palmetto, Florida. In Sansota Clarenc bunZ
hope, Alabama. On their value of property damaged or fee for either thoughtfulnesi and pray I
,
way Florida, they visited Mrs. Mil There "no entry Your and Ray Klinosky.R. .
they stopped in Qulncy to visit ler's former college room mate, destroyed by fire in the United event. Tropical blooms at Florida'sCypress ers did mean so much to us. L. Riley Funeral i,
ome
Mrs. Lucille Towels, a former States rose from $78 million in We ask for Cod's richest blessIngs Carrabelle of
Mrs. Louise Hutchens and fa mlh Gardens Include more was in char .
<
resident of Crawfordville. 1875 to almost $1.37 billion in than 23 different strains of aza for each of you. rangements. a'

I 1964 reports the Insurance Information leas and over a dozen kinds of The Steve Cogglns Family ,
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RESOURCES liABILITIES .




Loans and Discounts ............$11,053,38474 Capital Stock ........................$ 600,000.00



Overdrafts ............................ 6,111.69 Surplus .................................,. 1300000.00



i U. S. Treasury Securities ........ 7,032,998.88 Undivided Profits .................... |1271317.76



JFFICERS: Other Secruities .................... 4,305,243.12 Due to Depositors ...::............., 26,132,682.07 DIRECTORS:



Banking House, Other Liabilities I ...................,. 436,656.14
G E. Lewis Furniture & Fixtures .... 393,573.97 Julian R. Alford
Chairman of the bard '


Geo. Lewis II Other. Real Estate ................ 1,539.51 Robert T. Brinkley
Prttd nt


B. C. Lewis Other Assets .......................... 380,955.13 J. M. Culpepper
Executive Vice President
and Trust Officer

Cash and Due from Banks... 5,566,848.93 J. H. Dowling
G. l. HendersonSr

Sr President, Public Total Liabilities
: s Offetr Burwell C. Harrison
Ant Trust rend Total Assets ....................$28,740,655.97 and Capital .........,.$28,740,655 I


W. D. Henderson George L Henderson I
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Burwell C. Harrison John Ward Henderson
Vic President


I l. S. Marshall W. D. Henderson
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I Assistant Viet President We Thank You ,


John l. Clements, Jr. for using M.I.C.R. checks and deposit B. Cheever Lewis
Assistant Viet President
: '\ slips You are putting our computer system to work on

C W Olive the routine and freeing our employees for more personal G. E. Lewis

Assistant Viet President attention to your needs. Your visit to our Computer Room

will be welcomed. Geo.
Lewis II
D. I. Rainey, Jr. ,
Assistant Viet President
'In Charge of Business Development Jefferson
D. Lewis

William C Lewis .'

Cashier. William C. Lewis :


Peggy L Daffin '

Asistant] Cashier s ., ,0 t. Frank D. Moor
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Jerry L McDaniel, Jr.
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Tallahassee Federal GLOSSARY OF RACING TERMS SALES TAX TABLE


rwea.rarw Taxpayer In Florida may use
:.. SAVINGS 1 a state sales tax table U .
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION t11 guideline when preparing their
1965 federal income tax return,
For the first time since it wa.
";:..' '. BUG BOY Introduced in 1960, the table,
f. ". ;: SoOT-A-T-E-M-E-N-T '. r ,yam MORN IN<; LINt. CONDITION BOOK.anra.eaw has been printed in tha tax tostructioni -
+[bmo AawpleJrJJWRAY! which are mailed to
J 3rlOFO1DA Ae(* ormrmaaea.hivcwM WMfiI OTNMfOra'"MfNOr District Director F.
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'" taxpayers
AlIAYNtrA1i14K = 3Id1R0
)( S. Schmidt of Internal Revenue

DECEMBER ,&1 -sots' ? said.The table Is based on a 1960-
C 31 1965 \ MOANINGff 61 study of consumer spending :

; , ..a.I 7xr6rswav7FC4ag4! Statistics and shows the average
i I TRACK CUSHION- amount of state sales tax paid
.wr 1DP SOIl W INI WEICirHT.fOR'A6I'r.; MAIDEN by Florida residents. The table
; I Ii !*(/1637'' 1rA/E may be used by taxpayers who
RJ a'Etu/NO JexMG. ; wFJ1 ji NFYEQ
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i: Awxravklagd&c a'wu)7XVc4 itemize their federal income tax
64lh# Semi-Annual wiMAucE., deductions. Similar tables havebeen
Dividend r Ml1 ,YM.crwa prepared for 39 other states
r and the District of Columbia.
I ". The table omits the state sales
'I'' tax on automobiles purchased.

i :,ye 4( It 1S+ TACKDURSE- Taxpayers who purchase an au-
BLEEDERCARRYINGNI1 ZET jXYE4 btavfyojA.Na tomobile may add the sales taxes
paid on the purchase to the a-
: Arfia7Naa AM04fAk.t V SKYItB Mn'n4VMEg'9uwAy.
u/av LOflfG'USTART ANDk1Off mount shown in the table.
DURING
I 1965 MORE THAN 7114 NOITeliJ'Mere TOFbW. orAFR a 'j: District taxpayers Director that Schmidt they reminded are i

not required to use the table. I
ONTHEBILLMLYwEUgE wIt. The table Is furnished as guide
AMwnwaal for the convenience of taxpayerswho
MioYT 1IIFmYlJlIfllJQ1U erP60RK+1 itemize deductions on their
oawaauw/ federal income tax returns but
$1,475,000.00PAID .IOIIYJl1ltJ who wish to use a "standard" a-
"'/I'J1f/) FOAfU.K70lJAA@ACA/6i71waWMYeAb9rf.
mount for state sales tax which
will not require detailed substan-
t1 a t1 0 n. Taxpayers have the
choice, of course, of deductingthe
actual amount of state sales

TO THOSE WHO SAVE inching for taxes paid.


Adventure?, FLORIDA
1965 STATE SALES TAX TABLE
If you Itemluyqlr I dmlurtloni, yon my]
u w this table l la aucrmliu the tamnl Ml*
RESOURCES; tee to 111 mural oo Form 1040,pal.2.Phil
IV. 1lowner, r you can eatabllehed that
you ppdd a i.r.r S111ennt, you w.nuttedto
deduct' that amuuul. Thus labia le based
fy on tin Florida HUM MM! lu of I percent
Huliv Ui..lor automobile'purchaM not
First Mortgage Loans ....................................$40,265,848.17 Inclu 11" In the table and the should an be
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'c added to the table amount, I II applicable.Ineonwuihow

Home Improvement Loans ................:........... 146,341.05 DIRECTORSLoans I.siiySize( '_)
'X4CT onnua0page l, O.hi
on Savings ................................... .. 545,677.68Cash j& form 1041) 1114 I SUnder
: II.OU>__..._ t 0 111 SIS 111
and Government Bonds ........................ 2,775,181.03 JACK W. SIMMONS {1,00o-1/W.-i,no-low .....n II J7 2a II H III H III

Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank ................ 425,000.00 L D. FAIN I U 61Up0,411.91,OUO-4 MU-<..UUVW 4W........_..._.._ 26 311 U 28 M 14 III 311 311 14 III

Office DR. FRED 0. CONRAD WKJUJ1MII4IIIKM4W, : ; :::::::: 37 : :: el64M104,49.
Building and Land
t73 .._m__ U 16 U 69
(Less Depreciation) .......................,........ 1,072,001.53 JOHN C. AUSLEY the qualified The Iel'Vice moor that the offers 1$&tMkJ6,439.16..$llCHI.IML..h., 41 62 66 eo 66 eo N
/ 66xI06,4W.61 eo H H
J. EDWIN opportunity to fly a (6,2114,33964 H II ftII
Furniture Fixtures and WHITE
'Equipment Sranety of aircraft on / ; is 17,00.7,406.- 117 7a 72

(Less Depreciation) ................................ 148,835.29 ALLEN STILES, JR. wide variety of / 51,2057,9960$H.IIUU-II.4W\ >.... .. III 71 70 7.10 10 7' I
imauons.. a 0Mao,3w.66.... ... 71 H 61Wuo0L401.
Other Resources ........................................... 456,350.63 W ROBERT FOKES I 10,234006. a9 79 II 91 a
6I0aDI0V06.77:: : : : 91
IIIUXMIWWlia ... II III 101 101
TOTAL RESOURCES ....................$45,83 5,135.38 .2,0II0-12IIIIIL.llu / 13,3W.-. W lab w 117 no 111 1JUit
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i IIIOUU-ltlM..... 1117 111 130 134a
LIABILITIES : Sit. -16,1IIIII...... III IM 141
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117aoF17w9-----| 1211 uj m
.a. 'IB,00h-IL600.) ... 126 14 14S Ia11e.0uo19,9v9..130
IM 166 101tU
.. GENERAL COUNSEL 170,00 I"over._ .. 144 140 1071.I.
Savings ......................!...................................$37,317,323.91 .Inewi SeetnwM. tolnMl SmM tantoi l I

Advance Payments by Borrowers .................... 99.092.88 Auiley, Auiley McMuMen None I

Federal Home Loan Bank, Advances .............. 4,650,000.00 O'Bryant, Michaels end All Cards of Thanks for Lov.dOneloYrI..ndapubllibld I
MeGehee. l in
Loans in Process ............................................ 625,418+, .00 The WlkulII County News-

Other Liabilities ................... ........................ 68,623.92 Fifty Cants in advsnc '

Unearned Income .........................................: 91,931.71
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Specific and General Reserves ...................... 2,982,844.96

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TOTAL LIABILITIES ...................;$45,835,235.38 A ihlf't
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OFFICERSJACK



W. SIMMONS
Chairman of the Board

L D. FAIN
Vice-Owlrman: of the Board

DR. FRED O. CONRAD
> Vice-Chairman: of the Board

i J. EDWIN ,WHITE t 6. "
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MALCOLM C. MCNEILL, JR. GUY R. SOMAS ioe6nI11M6
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Secretary T

MRS. EMILE S. FRANO MRS. BETTY A. McNAIR

Aulitant, Secretary Assistant Treasurer NO SAFER

CHARLES R. BARNES GEORGE F. WESTMORELAND

Aut. Secretary, Director Controller <
of Business Development
MISS WILMA JOHNSON DOLLAR ANYWHEREthan
MRS.Assistant AMELIA Secretory ROWELL! Assistant Controller

ROGER C. SMITH MRS. MAEVAN WILSON
Mortgage Service Officer,
Assistant. Secretory the dollar you save or invest at


f LEON FEDERAL SAVINGS


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INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN

4" 10 e ee PER ANNUM ON SAVINGS 4 10I @ INSURANCE CORP.

Iedlo $10,000. larger amovntt Him multiple' -'".


MANAGED BY EXPERIENCED FINANCIAL TEAM

e" ..and backed by the federal Home lean lank Syttem. '


YOUR MONEY AVAILABLE PROMPTLY

NoswnaltlM...no deduction..*. fat of any kind. I


Tallahassee Federal Before invest SEE LEON FEDERAL 1 1I
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WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS LEGAL NOTICES
TJTCRMAT, 3UmUa I, 1961WAKULLA" Chicago Fire More Fires in Winter
lathe Circuit Court o>{t the Se. NEW YORK-The great: Chicago NEW
YORK
-- coad Judicial Circuit, la and fire which occurred Oct. The winter
Foe Wakulla County Florida. months are the wont for fire
1 In Chancery. Case No. _. DAB 8-10. 1871 destroyed 17.430 losses, according to the Insurance
buildings and did an estimated
Chattel Andrew SEEP Information Institute. Although
Metcalf ,
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COUNTY NEWS' Plaintiff $179 million in damage,accord other factors are involved -
I the Insurance
'Ing to Information
this is
vs.Tommle. mainly the result of
TII.. WAbrt Mill I Metcalf, .. D"e rare Institute. I heating hazards.

Defendant : ." .... "':..
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V # YNOTICE TO APPEAR its 'q !

Vlritl.U Ktlcktk ... ..... E4IU THE STATE OF FLORIDA TOi !
'I Tommie Metcalf 66RESOLUTION 1962 Pick up. $1095 FLORIDA STATE

Fred Kefrhtlty ._...... .blllh.. Address Unknown 1/1 better ton and truck real( cltaa.cylinder, ridla

You are hereby notified that a 1962 Lark . $495I Now ShowingAudrey :
Entered at Crawfordvilto, Florida Today thru. Saturday
suit divorce a.been brought door with htattr and automatic
as second elm matter. Subtrrlption agalnstyou In the Circuit Court tranimlnlon. HepburnRex
of Wakulla County, Florida In Resolve to dol 1961 Chevrolet $795
get
r.t ;vt3.pO per year, Charles Andrew your 4-door economy a cylinder with Harrison"MY
Chancery, by \ Curtis
lar's worth during this radio It heater Tony
Metcalf and you are hereby required FAIR LADY"
1962 Chevrolet $1495
.. I'1 1I It to file with the Clerk of year.' Treat yourself to a Jerry Lewis
Station Wafon with power iteerInt. Showings Daily 2:00 G 8:00
the Circuit: Court written 0-K USED CAR. .
your Always brakea and air..dttnningbuy Matinee Mon. thruFri.
$1.50
appearance In said suit and tc 1961 Comet $695 I In
I the right car at the Matinee Sat. C Sunday $2.00
HENRY serve a copy of same on plain Station Wagon 4 door with radio "BOEING BOEING1 I
WILLIAMS Evening Performances
tiff's attorney on or before the right price at the right heater. and automatic tranimlf1960VW $2.00
31st day of January, A.D. 1966. terms at ALFORDCHEVROLET ''"
REALTY
. $695
Herein fail not or the bill of this NOW!
cause will be taken confeso Convertible.
pro
1959 Chevrolet. $695 h...
:leg. Real Estate Broke 1965 Chevy I II I I. $2095 4 door atatlon ..,OD. VI, auto-
Witness the Honorable W. May 4 door t ,cylinder tutomtttotrinimlMlon matte tranimliilon. radio heat PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN
I St. Marks Ffa. Walker, Judge of the said Court radio and Better OUTDOOR
ON WOODVILLE
Phone 741 and the Seal thereof, at Tallahassee 1965 Datsun $795 1956dChevrolet.$495 ... HWY.....
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Leon Florida Convertible real Red andWhite
: County 4 door Button Wagon low aharp ,
this dead day of December, A. miles, and a very low price, : Radio, heater, automatictraiumiaston.
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REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES D., 1965. 1965 don't mlu Chevrolet thli. $2795 brakes. power steering and TODAY THRU SAl. Today Fri. C Sat.

/ Pearce 1960 Chevrolet $595
Moody 1 door Impala Super Sport VS
Associate: Clerk, Circuit Court with radio, better automatic 1 door d cylinder ctandardtraiumlMloa "BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'Sand "FORTY ACRE FEUD"
and b..ler.19br6.1r5''T
trtntmlMion power steering and :
.. N. Hatcher $r. Wakulla County, Florida 1961 Pick '
Up $595 ., -.. and"McHALE'S
By Johnie Ltmbaugh
Phone 14 6.3201If ruc k. $2195 tt ton v.. priced to go.
Deputy Clerk Two ten Two awes Chevrolet 1959 Panel . $195 "SABRINA" NAVY JOINS
George L. Harper 1965 Panel $1995 Chevrolet. rum food a real buy. and, THE AIR FORCE"and
Attorney at Law
Chevrolet Van one owner low

You deed Crawfordville Florida4t12L.16.13..20. 1964 milee. Ford . $1395 2 I dARRIACE. ,ON. THE ROCKS" "THAT FUNNY FEELING"
Lots
t VS. standard trtnimltilon 4 to Serve You
Office Supplies door ,radio better. 327 No. Adams

Office Furniture. Sell KNAPP SHOES part or full 1964 Belair. $1795 1414 South Monroe
VS 4 door Chevrolet with air
Business Machines time. Earn $25 to $150 a week conditioning, radio and ....ter. -. .
on high commissions and bonus. BOTH LOTS OPElf 'TILL Ion r'U
See or Call Steady year-round business. E- 1963 Mercury $1395 FOB youa CONVUUNCX:

RANEY WHALEY qulpment furnished free. Writeto Meteor, ...I.I.r.door automatic".rdta with tr.radio Famous OK Quality
R. L. Shoe At I LIVELY TECHNICAL SCHOOL
Johnson, Kanpp mission and clean one owner
atCAPITAL
Brockton, Mass. I .: 1-Year G-W Warranty
OFFICEEQUIPMENT 12/30. 1/6.20. 1962 Ford . $895 LONG TRADES-
Corner Duval ind Park Avenue
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CO. :r rvi automate anamlo EASY TERMS Tallahassee, Florida

FOR SALE: 1957 Volkswagen
319 South Adams Su good condition for sale cheap.

Corner E. Peiuacola Contact Mrs. Llmbaugh at WA

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 63184.1/6. 2 Lots To Serve You -327 N. Adams-1414 S. MonroeCHEVROLET .REGISTRATION will begin

forVOCATIONAL

I I CLASSES
Stolen Cars RecoveredNEW
ALFORD
YORK-Although more I

: than 90 per cent of all automobiles January 3, 1965

( IQ i iI stolen in the United States
are recovered according to the I
Insurance Information Institute (
about SO per cent or the I DAY CLASSES

recovered car have been damaged CO.

or stnj!oed ot partsmanyto I SUBJECT BEGINSCosmetology
the extent that they represent !

total losses I ( Culture) 17
I i h Beauty January

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Insurance Premium Taxes Fire Deaths Practical.Nursing! February 14

DAVE HAMRICK STEVE'REvELLROBERt NEW YORK-n{ irance companies NEW YORK- Every 24 seconds I
Business Courses
Complete
January 31.
of all
types paid nearly a fire breaks out some
INSURANCE AGENCY H. 9708 million in premium taxesto where in the United States and
RODDENBBRI Assocl.UA
FULL TIME AND COMPLETE,REAL ESTATE SERVICE 50 states during/ 1964, the Insurance these fires take a human life (Studedts'may enroll for on. or more Business Education

AUTOMOBILE Information Institute every 44 minutes,reports the Insurance courses or a complete count depending on
!BONDS reports.) JV Information Institute.SPECIALs I need. Subjects offered are:
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CASUALTY FINANCING I ARRANGED AT 5 1/4% I t 1 Shorthand, Transcription, Business English,

ANY TYPE HOUR BUILT ON TOUR LOT OA. ACREAGE Filing, Office Practice, Typewriting, Business

'MARINE Machines, Bookkeeping and Accounting.
'FIRE SERVING! WAKULLA CCtNIY AM TIE OHSTA ARE..


PHONE 877-3100' Y04-2601 Y04-74IS 102-2194 Industrial Education, beginning January 10
K-.W ....... u.i w
1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 PANACEA, FLORIDA SPECIALS; FRI., SAT., MON. AND TUBS. .Departments ':;* .. It*. aeo.
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TALLAHASSEE.: FLA. i LET_ US..BUY OB.BELL FOR YOU PLUSDEPOSIT Electronics ................................. 4Auto
I :; BORDENS

I Mechanics .......................6
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LHON SEPTIC TANK'SERVICEi ':Aircraft Mechanics ...................7
R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME
Milk a 99c Gasoline Engines ........................6
Licensed Embalmer &,:FUneral Director :

Clean Out Cabinet Making ..........................8
Repair Phone 6 Z. 66CARRABELL

New Installation Drafting ....................................5Electricity
*FLA. Fresh Grade "A" FRYERS "

The Best.:- For. Less "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" 29c .................................*


TelephoneTallahassee 877.1773. SERVING' WMBLU* COUNTY T-RONE STEAK, lb. 69c Technical. ......Education...... ............,__.............. January 10

after fi00: nm .,

Smoked PICNICS |lb. 49c Data Processing ........................5
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TalUhanttt BusliMn Firm .., Bordcns Key Punch Operation ...............8


EVAPORATED MILK, 6 for 89c DO YOU HAVE A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA If

DIRECTORY not, a plan can be worked out for you in the dayor
night school so that you may enroll' in any one
for 49c'
TOMATOES, No. 303 can; 4 of the above courses and required high school

PktornlM These. Advertisers subjects and receive credit toward a High School

Nabisco Oreo Cookie |lb. 49c Diploma. Contact the school, don't delay as a
H. S. Diploma is a requirement for almost all employment -

F R M Little Folks Store, I BLUE CHEER Giant Size 69c today.

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Int. GRAMLING 'NIGHT CLASSES
FEEDSFlint "Th Capital's
Major for Minor & CO. POTATOES 10-lb. 59c ..
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Cltildr'*. Furniture Toyi,
Cam**, Hobbiti 0Stop Scrrlc*for Monday through Thursday-7 to 10 P. M.
Baby Aeetttonn
River Mills 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 Feed Seed Fertilizer PINK Grapefruit 2 for 25c
;' lOll S. Monroe Ph J23-0274 Poultry Supplies .SUBJECT. Nights Offered Begins

Garden ToolsSo. Typewriting Mon.-Wed. or Jan. &4

F -' Adans at !IA.LR.R. BANANAS 2 IBs. 25c Tues.-Thurs.

f Balcer-Alford Co. CrowlBfPhone Shorthand, Beginning Tues.-Thurs. Jan. 4

"r,..Pore. !H.ou' 222-4112 Shorthand, Inter. Mon.-Wtd. Jan.3.
t. SHOP HERE.FOR'YOURHUNtING
Anything for TOOT 'auto, trunk Shorthand,Advanced Tues.-Thurt. Jan.4
Light Treiahrss;, RtgularConertU ortnctor. Mao for your powdr
f', ptotki: ., "jwnow r, mad much tor. JOUr Bookkeeping and Acct. Mon..Wad.or Jan.3 &4

Hanson Wood and 208 N. ni. SUPPLIES Tues.-Thurs.
Ad St. Ph. 222-SMO Business
Hoel Ild., Inc. Capftql Stone Co.MARBLE English Mon.-Wed. Jan 31
Office Machines Tues.-Thurs. Feb. 1OMfcsjrrartkf
S.AiUm St at 4-PoinU
TeL 122-8WO P. O. Box hat .lnetl We Give Plaid Tu....nurl. Feb. 1Aircraft
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'' <*TV Wtrkff Alt Typed Electricity Tues.-Thurs. Jan. 11

'eager, lOCI W.G Io. StTtL 223-0719 Electronics' Tues..Thurs. Jan. 11

Inc. '... 'Walter s. Buefcaa, II".. SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVE ,',
::1" SPECIALIZED CLASSES -

. i .1........ lied Roadsr14 PIGQTT STORE Automotive Tune-up Tu...-nurl. Feb. IS

S. Adams. St.""':;Tel 227.4et0I l "Il.\RL TelevisionColor Mon.-Wed. F... 14
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