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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 20, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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:._VOLUME 67 NUMBER 21 'f./ r CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY .20., 1966_ : I: 2127 I Price tOe Per Copy i


r FHA LOAN SERVICE- SHERIFF TAFF DIRECTOR I ,
MARINE CORPS s
OF DISTRICT I. FSA ST. MARKS PERSONALSMr.

u it t ;, I Don Taylor, Leon and Wakulla SNIPER SCHOOLViet

a Counties Farmers Home Admin St. Augustine The Honorable and Mrs. J. S. Cogdill

istration Supervisor, announceda Fred o. Dickinson, Jr. State Cong snipers have become visited their daughter, Kay, at

new loan service recently that Comptroller, will be the guest one of the deadliest prob- Chattanooga, Tenn. where 1MISS

has possibilities for our area. speaker for the Florida Sheriff's lemsconfronting the U. S. for- she is employed with the Siskin
from the Economic 150 law ces in Viet Nam. This type of
Resulting Association, as some Clinic as a speech and hearing

ii Opportunity Act passed by Con- enforcement officers invade this enemy, as veterans of World therapist, Kay is a recent gra- "- ,
several months the old for War II will attest, can be expertly tlr '-
gress ago, 400-year Spanish City duate of East Tennessee State

loanappliesto farmers and peo- the Association's Annual MidWinter concealed almost any- University, Johnson City, Tenn. '
where. An example of their : ......
ple with low incomes living in Conference. Slated for 1
M rf rural areas or small towns. I the Hotel Ponce de Leon, the ability and what the U. S. Marines Mrs. Sandra Waite and children i- .. ...

The Act provides for loans up conference begins Wednesday, are doing to combat them Gregg, Tammy and Cary,

to $2500 for 15 years, at 4-1/8 January 19, and continues follows.For from Albany, Ga. visited with ..-... ,

percent interest, and can be used through Friday, January 21 several mornings in a row her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius )

by low-income farmers and with business sessions, socialgatherings two Viet Cong had been appear- Cotton over the weekend.Mr. .
I ing on the crest of a hill, approximately -
non-farmers. Applicants can and a film premier.
I 700 yards in front and Mrs. Luther Franklin
teethe loan for almost any pur- Handling local arrangementsfor
of the Marine lines at Phu Bal. have their Mr. and
as guests
pose if they can show it will enable the three-day session is St.
The VC knew that they were Mrs. Dallas Franklin from 4
them to make more money Johns County Sheriff L. O. Davis 4
and thereby a better living. whowili host early arrivalsto out of the 500-yard effective Pennsylvania. :
of the Marine's M-14 ri-
Perhaps a fish bait business a January 18 evening recep- fles.range From their observation I

would enable someone to makea tion, while the next day the e-

6 better living. This loan has vent officially opens with a point they could direct mortar

y been used in other places to open morning board meeting and a 2 fire in on Marine positions.If URG'RET'NN KITTRELL
the other hand the
a b a k e ry filling station, o'clock opening session, with Marines, on called in their, own ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDMr.

shoe repair shop, and grocery Florida Sheriffs Bureau DirectorEd
mortars, the would duck
enemy
store. Yarbrough of Baker County out of sight. and Mrs. Floyd Kittrell, Crawfordvllle, announce the engagement -

(AHTNC) Army Maj. Milton S. Baker (right), whose mother Mr. Taylor invites interested presenting the keynote address.A The Phu Bai Marines made a of their daughter, Margaret Ann, to Billy Nathaniel Por-
desiring more Information and fish
hour
persons hospitality fry ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln
son Porter Medart.
Mrs. Alys S. Baker, lives at 525 W. College Tallahassee flori- call to Da Nang. ,
towrite to him at the Agricultural -
scheduled
round out the activi- The will be
wedding 29 in the
da January Crawfordville First
receives Certificate The the Baptist
a of Achievement from Colonel R. L. Center, 615 Paul Rus- ties for Wednesday evening, following morning two Church.

Bereuter, Deputy Comptroller of Budgeting and Management, sell Road, Tallahassee, flori- while Thursday's begins VC made their usual appear-
schedule The bride-elect is of
a
graduate Crawfordville
Headquarters U. S. Three Marines armed High School and
ance.
Army, Europe Heidelberg ,
,
Germany
during da 32302. E. G. Hammick
at 9:30 with "business ses- is employed at the present time with the Florida
ceremonies in with Department of
December looking
Germany 20. Major Baker received the Soil Conservationist, County sion 12:301un- strange weapons, .
followedbythe Agriculture.Her
award for outstanding performance as a budget analyst in the Courthouse Crawfordville, cheon at which Start Comptroller sighted In.
fiance, a graduate of Crawfordville High School is
Comptroller Division. The major was graduated from Staunton Zap Zap Zap a stu-
would be glad to assist Dickinson; will
Va. anyonein appear. Two dead dent at Indian River Junior College, Fort Pierce.
( ) Military Academy in 1946 and from The Citadel, Charleston arranging to meet Mr. Tay- The premier of the new Boy'sRanch Viet Cong.
S. C. in 1950. At 700 yards, three membersof
lor at their convenience. movie will be the high-
the 3rd Marine Division's SOPCHOPPy CEMETERY CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH
of the Thursday evening
light
while Friday morning Snipers School had easily registered COMMITTEE MEETSThe SCHOOL NEWS
a Mt the banquet Mid-Winter, Conference their first kill. They

were armed with Model 70 Win Sopchoppy Cemetery BY Kathy StricklandThe
draws to a close with an 8:00:
A.M. farewell banquet. chester Rifles, with an 8-power Committee formally met and Crawfordville Panthers

r, scope attached.The organized last Thursday evenIng -
Sheriff Sim L. Lowman, Her-
ic school has been in fell to the Rickards Redskinslast
sniper January 13, at the Sop-
nando County serves as president -
night in the C.H. S.
existence little than Friday
more a Methodist Church. The
choppy
of the and other officers -
,
i group month and Is its gym by a score of 10566.
starting on work formerly had been under
include Sheriff Yarbrough
,
t scorer for the Panthers was
High
third calss of students. The"classroom"
the of Mr. and Mrs.
vice president Sheriff Flanders supervision
; 16 Larry
Don Currie with points. -
is a rifle range at Macon Rudd and Mr. and Mrs.
Thompson, Lee County, chair- Rowe had 28 for the Red-
the foot of Hill 327 out-.
: man of the Board of Directors; just Burl Canaway. Those present
skins.
T side of the Da Air Base.
Nang
and John P. Hall, retired Clay Each student is for this meeting were Mrs. Nor- The Panthers meet the Bristol .
: handpicked, ma Rudd Mr. Warren Harden
,
County Sheriff, treasurer. and must Bulldogs in Bristol Friday night,
already a
possess Mr. WilmerA. Strickland
Mrs.
Sheriff W. R. Taff of Wakulla 21. The next is
January game
County is a Dire. "? of Dis- knowledge of camouflage James Lawhon, Mrs. George ..
movement cviKtiiiutM and at home with C ha p m a n High
of Sheriff'sAssociation. Strickland, Mrs. Faye Cam
trict I the Florida School Tueaday "January25. .
observation. All are combat and Mr. Robert Rodden- ,
,
way
veterans. National Honor Society and

t, it is that 20 b0 titers Student Council are selling de-
,. q,. Eventually hoped of the committeewere
F 1, h 1'i K7 f[ snipers can be assigned to each elected as follows: Mr. cals in the school colors with

w J ANNUAL EDUCATIONAL regiment, and 12 with recon- Wilmer A. Strickland, Chair- Crawfordville Panthers and a

INSTITUTE SET FOR FSU naissance battalion. man; Mr. Warren Harden, VIce- full length panther on them for
50$. Proceeds from the salo of
Chairman and Treasurer Sec-
; these decals and from the seat
"Pursuit of Excellence", the
Mrs. Norma Rudd.
NEW YORK CITY SITE retary,
cushions still sale for $1.-
Eleventh A n n u a 1 Educational Chairman of the Maintenance on

,- .. bra : ) Institute sponsored by the Tal- FOR HARVEST FESTIVAL Committee is Mr. Robert Rod- 00, will go Into a joint fund to

lahassee Chapter, National Sec- help support an overseas orphan.
the
Chairman of
fSt Fla. 20- denberry.
Tallahassee
Jan.
retaries Association (International Studentswill be taking semester -
Beautification Committee is
Florida agricultural leaders will 19 20 and 21. Students -
), will be held Saturday, exams ,
Mrs. Strickland.
be hosts in New York Jan- George
1966 City, will have 2 classes a
February 5, in the Starry election of officers only
Following
24-27 for Sixth Annual
a
uary with each lasting three
one
day
Conference Room of the Schoolof ,
and chairmen
Florida Spring Harvest Festival. committee an hours. The first hour of each
I Business, Florida State Uni-
The four-day event highlighted agenda was presented to the
versity. 3 hour period will be a study
I by market inspectiontours group concerning various mat- hall. Evaluation will be
PANAMA CITYWakulla County Wildlife Officer I. M. Langston, right, Star Route, Box 137, Tal- Follow ing the program will bea and a major trade dinner test concerning this vital com- 27 and 28.days
luncheon the Roomof January
in Florida
lahassee, Is shown receiving his service pin for 16-1/2 years service with the Law Enforcement Divi- expected to attract the atten- munity project. Rules and regulations -

sion, Florida Came and Fresh Water Fish Commission. the University Union at flo- tion not only of large corporatefood were adopted concerning '

John T. Brown, regional manager, Panama City, congratulates Langston as he made the presentation rida State University and a most retailers and wholesalersbut care and beautifying of lots ALBERT LEON FRJDLEY I

at a recent meeting of officers from Leon, Gadsden, Jefferson and Wakulla Counties.The unusual fashion show is planned. the shopping public as well. and suggestions to those owninglots

meeting was held near Tallahassee. Women workers in local offices Purpose of the festival is to as to personal supervision. Mr. Albert Leon Fridley, age

._- are invited to attend the emphasize the importance and The committee proposed the I 70, of Lanark, died last Wed-

SOCIAL CRAWFORDVILLE I Institute and should register by significance of Florida's farm planting of trees in the new part nesday morning suddenly at his
SECURITY NEWS 1 1966
with Mrs.
February ,
products in the nation's most of the cemetery to give shade home.

Many Wakulla Social PERSONALS Lilly Mae Williams, Tallahassee populous market.It and enhance the overall effect Funeral er v ice s were held
[County application'form the
Security beneficiaries 65 or old mail. through Mrs. Inez Walker went to O. Box Chamber 1639 Tallahassee of Commerce Flo-, P. is expected that fruits and of the sacredness: of the ceme- I Friday at 4:00: P.M. in the Lanark -

who vegetables from the Sunshine tery. Plans are being made for Community Church. :The
er received enrollmentcards 2. If you are still working, Jacksonville last week to visit rida. .
for the medical insurance even if you don't plan to retire her father, who is sick. Registration fee is $3.50 for State will be in bountiful supplyin the annual donation drive a- Rev. Harold Patrick officiated
part of Medicare the New York, coinciding with mong those holding lots for the and he was then taken to Jack-
through now, phone or write social
your adults and $2.50 for students
Mrs. Nellie of the
mall have Fagan of Wakulla the festival. maintenance and upkeep sonville for cremation
not returned
yet security office. You will needto
them, Frank White, social security apply for both the basic hos- Springshas returned home after which fee luncheon includes and lectures fashion, show cof- Among those attending will cemetery for the coming year. R. L. Rlley( Funeral Home of

district surgery at Tallahassee Memorial be Commissioner Doyle Conner Carrabelle was in charge of arrange
in Talla-
manager pital protection and the volun- -- or for those desiring to Just
hassee Hospital. and Miss Sunflavor Karol Kel- ments.
reported today. tary medical Insurance, cover- attend lectures and coffee the 1 ,
who also is the MRS. LEAVY WILLIS Hewasa native of Kansas and
This ly reigning
enrollment card is ,
Im-
Ing doctors'
primarily fees.
Mr. Rainey Whaley of Tallahassee fee is$2.50 for adults and $SO had resided in Franklin
Florida Citrus County
Queen.
Social bene- Your
portant. security social security office in for students.
ficiaries can use it to sign up Tallahassee is open until 12:00 has returned to Talla- Also expected to attend from Sopchoppy-. Leavy Wil- for the past two years. He was

for medical insurance, which noon on Saturday to serve hassee Memorial Hospital. Mr. Florida are the chief executivesof lis, 91, died Sunday at Oak a veteran of World War I and
you. Whaley owner of Capital Office about dozen citrus Grove World War II member of the
will help psydoctors'billswhenMedicare If a major Convalescent Home ,
you can, bring proof of I MEDART SCHOOL BIDS
your and
Equipment is formerlya and firms She Masonic Lodge 445 In Hutch-
becomes effectivenext date of birth with vegetable shipping was a native of Williams-
you. Wakulla County man. as well as staff members of the burg S. C. ison, Kansas, and a member of
July, White continued, 3. If you haven't worked under TO BE living In Sopchoppy .
This card should be filled out social security, or have not Moody Pearce returned home OPENED Florida Fruit and Vegetable Association most of her life. She was a the Presbyterian Church.

and returned to social securityas worked long enough to get cash Saturday from Tallahassee Superintendent of Public Instruction and Florida Citrus member of the First Baptist Survivors are his wife, Mrs.
soon as L Commission. Church. Nan Fridley, Lanark; two sisters -
possible. Anyonewho benefits, get in touch with Memorial Hospital. William
your Whaley announced -
has lost the enrollment card social security office. You can today that bids for the j I This is the first year the event Funeral services were hel Mrs. Kathryn Asher, Mission -

can get another by writing or still have hospital and medical Sheriff W. R. Taff Is in St. construction of the consolidatedhigh I has been designated a "spring Wednesday at 3:00: P.M. at the Texas, and Mrs. Lucille

calling the Tallahassee socialsecurity insurance if you apply. If you Augustine this week attendinga school facility at Medart harvest festival, the name being graveside In West Sopchoppy Cinnamon of Long Beach, Calif.
office but Sheriffs' chosen to stress mid-winter Cemetery. The Rev. Pallbearers were John Walsh
he Emmett ,
should do can, bring proof of your date of Conference. will be opened by the Wakulla
it soon. birth with you. availability of fresh produce Whaley officiated, and J. A. Roland Ludwig, Ed Llndeman,

Social security beneficiaries, 4. Remember that the social Sheriff and Mrs. Morris Lin- County School Board at theirregularmeetingonfebruasy 15.I' from the Land of Sunshine In Culley and Sons Funeral Home Leo Mallon, Ernest Benzing,

along with nearly all other peo- security office will mail you a ton and daughter, Nancy, from The Board has sold an $800 the frozen north.In was in charge of arrangements. and Henry Chillas.MATTHEWS .

ple who will be 65 or over before simple form or will send a representative Perry were Sunday guests of the past, the program has Survivors Include three sons,
000 bond issue backed
1966, will have medical to your home to Sheriff and Mrs. W. R. Taff. by state been known as the Florida Fruit Lloyd and ndrlcks Willis, INTRODUCES
track funds finance the
insurance when the plan goes take your application if you are They all went to Live Oak Island work.race to and Vegetable Jamboree and bothof Tallahassee and Woodrow -

into effect only if they sign up not able to travel. A11 you have for lunch. The present high schools in the was scheduled toward the end of Willis, Sopchoppy; four LEGISLATION

by March 31. to do Is the season each year. daughters, Mrs. Aileen Man-
get a message to the office -
Mrs. Tom Raker of will be consolidatedwhen
Tallahassee
county Washington D. C.
-
January
Men and women 65 and over, saying you want to apply. ero, Lansdale, Pa., Mrs. Cle-
was moved to Tallahassee the building ii completed.In 10, 1966 Congressman D. R.
ona Blackburn
who receive monthly social security Hospital insurance is free for Jacksonville,
Memorial Hospital Monday addition to classrooms, the (Billy) Matthews in
Mrs. Washing
or railroad retirement 65 or who file LADD MALOYMiss Sarah jinks and Mrs. Ruby
persons over an
benefits will automatically application. from Atlanta, where she suffered plans call for science and McKenzie, both of Sopchoppy; ton for the opening of the Second -
a broken back in an automobile homemaking laboratories, Industrial Session of the 89th Congress
have hospital insurance the who Susan Ladd and Avon 15 grandchildren 62 -
People sign !up for medical accident' arts vocational agri- Ma- ; great has
December Introduced
four
other part of Medicare. Hospital insurance agree to pay a $: 23. culture shops, band and choral loy will be married St. Marks grandchildren; and nine great- pieces of major
legislation the
insurance will help pay hospital monthly premium. The Federal Baptist Church Saturday, Jan- jreat-grandchildren. (1)
cafeteria cold
rooms, library, auditorium war veterans benefits bill
bl 111 and related Government 22nd at 6:00 o'clock Pallbearers RaymomT ;
will
expenses. pay an equal uary P. were
The following people are patients administrative offices (2)) a bill to permit tobacco
Nearly 65 and M. Revell Strickland D.
everyone over amount Prtmium payments at Tallahassee Memorial and a playground area with George farmers better

can receive Medicare, even if will not begin until perIOn' Hospital: Mr. Nelse Revell, baseball diamond and football Friends and re latlvesare invit L Strickland, Myron Hodge, cured tobacco plantings and flue-to
theydon'trecelve social ed. Griffin Willis and L. L. Ro
security protection starts. ,
benefits Mr. John Vlckers and Mr. Royce field with staoii-n. require the Secretary of Agri-
have or even if they never For more information, get in Po sey. The building Kill be air con- berts. culture to maintain reports of
worked under
social
touch with the Tallahassee social -
ditioned. tobacco
exports by type; ((3)) I
security. But, a person wll) security district office, located .. i IMPRESSIVE RECORD tO TEAM GO! bill to provide suitable punlllv
Have this protection only if he at 306 W. Jefferson St. -- merit to
for it. Between 1946 when Florida's. The 'best persona giving aid an
applies or there will be a representative prettiest and cheerleader .comfort the
Whit outlined the steps other in the Crawfordville Courthouseon Florida grapefruit. and of the Florida has 19 fret ;. I e r Cypress Gardens began regular from 800 colleges and prop enee d more ap:
ately
world ly scheduled daily water ski "Tseasoz
group of people 65 or older February 9, 1966, at 9:30 the 53% 01 lake ranging 10 squash ?files, shows and universities in the United State A Amendment'To J
world' Dee. 31. 1965 there will be chosen COD titu-
. should take to get Medicare A. M. will be tc orangMndpack* or more each and their fti- Miss Cheerleader
They glad 85% of the world'* hired surface area :Is i J I had been 39,200 performances- USA on Easter Sunday 1966 as tins; (4)) and a bill to provid
f
protection.
answer your questions. centrate and 80% of KorUr. miles. i plus 1,000 more performances at Florida's Cypress Gardens host an additional $60,000 estate
1. U you are on public assistance total square iI other
processed citrus Products. I place by Cypress Caidens' the fourth annual Miss Cheer exemption to owners of farm
rolls. yOU will receive an skiers. leader USA contest final. ixoperty.

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1965 EconomicLoss

Sets New

Record In Fla. !


TALLAHASSEE Col. H. N. I
Kirkman, Director of the Department
of Public Safety reported

today that last year' death and = _
Injury causing accidents on
Florida's highways soared the i
economic loss figures to a record 'e r
,
high of $331.800,000 llI
The death and Injury score ,
stood at 1.639 dead and 88,009 I Super Sport 396 Converf.fcKeial RftdChe"elle
injured during 1965 ,
The number of persons killedin I I 9:
1965 outstripped the previous I II w ;
year by 103 persons at an economic I a
I loss of $20,600,000. kk C sl
Economic losses are calculated
at $200.000 per traffic fatality
which take Into account all
cost connected with approximately
325 auto accidents per
traffic death plus the medical
burial and other expenses
and the loss of potential I
earning power of 'th, victim I
"Last year was the deadliestyear
yet on our highways,"
said Col. Kirkman and continued
"1966 can go either way It I
is up to YOU the driver.
"If we drive with sensible
300 Deluxe 4-Door 3-Seat Station Wagon in Artesian
I i reasoning and give a little, Instead Turquoise
I of demanding and taking
what we call our rights on the I
I highways, we can bring down r 4
the figure If not. the total
for 1966 could even go higher
than last year," Kirkman warned. t



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BRIGHTERFUTURE

hp Six or other V8 power plants ranging up t d, a
275-hp327 V8. Super Sport 396 models have a

; (;hevelle'66 325-hp 396 V8 standard, and a 360-hp 396 Vg
can be ordered. The new Chevelle standard

START. A transmission is a fully synchronized Speed

Inside, a handsome new padded instrument

panel groups controls the way they should be-
,
SAVINGS ACCOUNT'u : businesslike, easily accessible for the driver Pat
G hevelle is for people who want a heaping tern cloth upholstery carries out interior color
I measure of style and value in a middle-sized schemes with a decorator's touch. As you might

NOW JII 1 I automobile. Trim and maneuverable outside, yet expect, Super Sport 396 models and the Malibu
t fit for a batch of six-footers inside. Four series: Convertible have all-vinyl interiors. Every

II t tI Super Sport 396, Malibu, Chevelle 300 Deluxe wagon sports an all-vinyl interior, too
I t 1 and Chevelle 300. And twelve models: converti As if the going wasn't already some of the
If you're planning to send your children to college, if bles, sport coupes, wagons, 2and door sedans. sweetest around' every Chevelle it now loaded

you're dreaming of a better home, a long vacation; Even a dapper new Malibu Sport Sedan. with comfort and convenience items. Outside

whatever you want in the future, a savings account will New styling's an important part of Chevelle's rearview mirror; padded instrument panel padded .

help pave the way Open your savings account today. I appeal. The 1966 models are especially big on sun visors; two-speed, glare-reducing windshield
looks. Broad new grille and bumper treatment; wipers and washers; backup lights and
rakish new roof lines; curved side windows; dis shatter-resistant inside rearview mirror
tinctive chrome accents for each series. Chevellecuts

THE quite a figure.
Under the bonnet, most Chevelles start with a Order your 1966 Chevelle to suit your personal taste
standard 120.hp 194 Six or a standard 195-hp 283 You'll find large selection extra-cost Option inn
Custom Features listed 14 of n hI tare
on Page some <
V8 (depending on model). You
can specify a 140- illustrated and described in this catalog

ANNA, LYNN WHALEYCELEBRATES PAUL T. KREAGER

LEWIS STATE BANK BIRTHDAYAnna RECEIVES AWARD .A6 AGENCY COMPLIES

WITH CIVIL RIGHTS LAW
Lynn Whaley celebratedher Atlanta, Georgia Paul T.
8th birthday with a party at Kreager, who retired after 34 Gainesville-The Florida \gri-
her home on Wednesday, Jan- yearsof service with the Bureauof cultural Extension Senicc is
j Florida's OldestMember uary 12th. There were 20 Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, complying with the Cifil Rights
children attending.She was recently presented with theI Act of 1964, according tc Dr.
received many gifts I Department of the Interior's M. O. Watkins, director of the
I Federal Deposit Insurance Corporitit"i Birthday cake and ice cream Meritorious Service Award. t i I Agency.
were served. Kreagerwaj cited for outstanding I The Extension Service is following
service in the field of wild- up on the recent supplemental -
I
I .. life management. His career I I Instruction Issued by the
4I started with land acquisitionwork i Federal Extension Service of the
I I in the Southeast Regionof : United States Department oi
I the United States He also Agriculture, he said.
was instrumental in planning Instructions provide that Extension
Mr. Merchant. ana development work during personnel, including its
the initial phases at St, Marks state staff and county Extension
National Wildlife Refuge. agents, must make certain that
In 1937 he was appointed Refuge all educational programs icti-
I Manager Medicine Lake vibes and assistance are open to
I National Wildlife Refuge and all persons without regard: to
I DOl'LARSI later was appointed Regional race, color, or national: origin.
Supervisor at Portland, 'irS No one may be excluded from
for a five-state area. participation In or denied the
, he returned St, Marks Refugeas benefits of, or be subjected to
I Manager and served in this discrimination under soy pro
capacity until his retirement in carried out by
or
; gram activity
Spent OUT-OF-TOWN on ) 1964. The ward citation, the Extension Service.
signed by Assistant Secretary: of' "The Extension Service "'pro
the Interior Stanley A. Cain, hi bite d from-providing Assistance
' '0w further pointed out Kreager's to any organization or
untiring eliorts and initiative group that excludes any person
PRINTINGNEVER in standardizing refuge management from membership or participation
: practices, particularly In any activities of the organization
: control of pest plants and forest or subjects any Parson
wildlife
I relatlonshlpc. to discrimination because
The award was presented to of race, color or national origin
Kreager by Philip Van Dyck, Watkins said.
COME BACK Staff Specialist of the Bureau's He further states that any Per
Atlanta Regional Office. sonwho believes himsell or airy
specific class of Individuals robe
subjected to discrirmnJtion
MEN IN SERVICEFort may by himself or by juthonzea
We can serve your PRINTING needs CHEAPER, BETTER and representative file a ',\ritten I
H"achuc, Ariz. (AHT- complaint with the !Secretaryof

FASTER than out-of-town Printers. Give call ton NC,) -21- Pvt, Michael L. langs- Administrator, FES. must be
us a when Yf Mr, and Mrs A written complaint
Clarence M. g It 0 n, Star filed not later than 90 days from
Route, Box 127, Tallahassee the date of the alleged discrimination
need Printing ( k eI. ,
you jo any ;n Fla", was assigned to the Army unless the time iet filing
Electronic Proving GrolU1d, Fort is extended by the Adnuustra-

may 1P'au6adYS 6ufmt t P. ffIft 6! flCM Huachuca Langston,, Arlz a communications, lan. 10: I tor complaint, FES, or received the SecretHY'11)by 3 State

center specialist III Extension Service shJ") be
D, entered Company the .Wminlstfttor
the Army in promptly forwarded tc
September -
1955, and completed basic YES
-WAKL/UkCOthNhFA'EWS I training at Fort Cordon
A 1963 graduate of Sopchoppy,Ca. iTo
High School
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'THCUDAT: LEGAL NOTICES
JAUUAM, tB6fl ,
I Lathe Circuit Court of the Second -
judicial Circuit, In and BUSINESS OPPORTUMTY
For Wakulla County, Florida DMSO-New Wonder from Wood RELIABLE PARTY FOR ADD fD

WAKULLA w Chancery. Case No. _' INCOME FOR PART OR FULL
TIME WORK
COUNTY NEWS Charles Andrew Plaintiff MetcaLf, A Medical School. WE SECURE LOCATIONS FOR
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by-product of pulp manufacture, DMSO TESTERS
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TtltphoM WAInM t-1101 VI.Tommie Actually, DMSO Is nearly
I is t Male orfemale, wanted for thisareatoserviceroutefrSylvan
I Metcalf, a mystery known for a hundred years hundred years old. German scientists .

II Defendant. but synthesized it successfullyin fa C R.C.A. television and ra-
NOTICE TO APPEAR holding promise as new as t()nIOrTOIV. 1867. For it remained diotubeasold through our latest

Vlnrlnla KrlRhtUy ,.. Edllo r THE STATE OF years a modem method free self-ser
FLORIDA TOi Dimethyl I sulfoxide, hailed a mide, the drug that deformed ba laboratory curiosity, a.versatile vice tube testing and merchandising

Fred Kdthtley ._.m !'ab.herEntered !! Address Tommie UnknownYou Metcalf miracle painkiller for sufferers bies. What is resorting! about solvent which Crown-Zellerbach units. Will not interfere

at Cnwfordviltt, Florida are hereby notified that a from bursitis and arthritis, still DMSO\ as it is c-....d, is its re- workers subsequently used for with To qualify your present you must employment have $1-.

suit for divorce has been brought remains as much a mystery as markable promise for both human years to clean their hands. 476.60 to $2,953.20 cash available -

M tccond clan matter. 'Subxrlp against you In the Circuit Courtof penicillin once was and aspirin and plant life-and the fact DMSO has been used in paints Immediately for In'

lion t"43.pO per ,ear" Wakulla County, Florida, In still is. Penicillin used for and varnishes antifreeze ventoryand equipment, Investment -
that it
is as
Chancery, by Charles Andrew was produced from lignin, an secured. Car S spare
Metcalf, and you are hereby required some years before doctors under- that baffling component of wood and in tree injections. It helps hours weekly, could net up to

.1JI. to file with the Clerk of stood just how it killed bacteria; whose secrets may contain those strawberries to grow, keeps animal $6OOO.OOpu year Inyour
the Circuit Court time should be able
appearance In said your suit written and to and biochemists still don't kpow of life itself. tissue from freezing, potatoes start spare at once., This company to .

HENRY WILLIAMS serve a copy of same on plaintiff's precisely how aspirin eases pain. Chief place of production for from rotting in the ground.It's will extend financial assistanceto

attorney on or before the Researchers are understand. DMSO is now Crown Zellerbach's been used to heal tree full time if desired. Do not
REALTYReg. 31st day of January, A J}. 1966. answer unless fully qualified for
Herein fall not or the bill of this ably cautious of new "miracle"drugs Bogalusa, La., plant, which makesit wounds. time and Investment. Income

cause will be taken pro confes- and seek to avoid another from the "black liquor" left Among potential uses are its should start Immediately. Business ,

Real Estate Broke, 80. tragedy like that with Thalido- over from pulp manufacture. The promise in relieving pain and set up for you. Selling,
Witness the Honorable May soliciting, or experience Is not
St. Marht. Fla. I Walker Judge of the said Court I drug is now being tested extensively swelling-and the fact that one necessary. For personal Inter

Phone 741 and the Seal thereof, at Tallahassee by six drug firms under day it may enable the establish view in your city please Include -

Leon County, Florida, permit from CrownZellerbachand ment of transplant banks for human your phone number and
this 22nd day of December A. WRITE.
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES D., 1965. the University of Oregon organs, just as we have U. S. ELECTRONICS CORP.

/Moody Pearce blood banks today. 6267 NATURAL BRIDGE

Associate: Clerk, Circuit Court PINE LAWN 20, MO.
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..'. .. Hatcher, Sr. Wakulla County, Florida -- I lt-1/20. 1l
Phone 14 6.3201 Byi Johnle Llmbaugh I
Deputy Clerk MINUTES OF THE WAKULLA COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD MEETING ON DEC. 13, 1965

George L. Harper FLORIDA :! STATE The meeting was called to order by Vice-Chairman Strickland. Members present were Mr. PauUc,
Attorney at LawCrawfordvllle Mr. Posey and Mr. Strickland. Members absents Mr. Crum and Mr. Roddenberry.The .

If You Need Florida4t1230.16.13.20. minutes were approved as read.
Now Show I nil Today thru. Saturday Voting for the motion Mr. PauLk, Mr. Posey and Mr. Strickland.
Office ,Supplies Moved by Mr. Posey seconded by Mr. Paulk, that the Board accept the resignation of Mr. Floumoy

Office Furniture Sell KNAPP SHOES full Moore.
part or Voting for the motion: Mr. Paulk, Mr. Posey and Mr. Strickland.
time. Earn $25 to $150
weekon
Business Machines high commissions and a bonus. Now ShowingNow Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded by Mr. Paulk that Mr. Richard J. Peine be employed as a teacherIn
Bee er Call Showlnll the Crawfordville School.
Steady year-round business. E- Tony Curtis Voting for the motion Mr. Paulk, Mr. Posey, and Mr. Strickland.
RANEY WHALEY quipment furnished free. Writeto
R. L. Johnson Shoe Lewis "Those MACNIFICIENT Moved by Mr. Paulk seconded by Mr. Posey, that Mr. J. C. Reynolds be granted a leave of absence
Kanpp Jerry MEN
for the remainder of the 1965-66 school year.
CAPITALtOFFICEEQUIPMENT Brockton 1230.16.20.FOR Mass.. BOEING in their FLYING MACHINES" Voting for the motion: Mr. Paulk, Mr. Strickland and Mr. Posey.
CO. "BOEING Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded by Mr. Paulk, that Mr. Cecil Nichols be employed as bus driver for
the duration of Mr. Reynolds' leave of absence.

all South SALE: 1957 Volkswagen, Voting for the motion Mr. Paulk, Mr. Strickland, and Mr. Posey.
Adam St. good condition, for sale cheap. Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded by Mr. Posey, that Mr. Edward Bailey be hired as vocational agri-
Corner E. Pensatola Contact Mrs. Limbaugh at WA culture teacher for the Crawfordville School.
TALLAHASSEE. ; FLORIDA 63184. PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN Voting for the motion: Mr. Paulk, Mr. Posey, and Mr. Strickland.
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1/6. OUTDOOR ON WOODVlliE HWY. Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded by Mr. Posey, that Mrs. Betty Oxley be granted maternity leave for
the remainder of the school year effective January 31, 1966.
Voting for the motion Mr. Paulk, Mr. Strickland, and Mr. Posey.
Today, Fri. G Sat. Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded by Mr. Posey that Mrs. Virginia Engle be employed as Home Economics
teacher for the Crawfordville School.
10dav thru Sat.
KISS OF THE VAMPIRE' I Voting for the motion Mr. Paulk, Mr. Posey and Mr. Strickland.
"CASANOVA 70" and Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded by Mr. Paulk, that Lonnie Raker be granted 4 days annual leave effective
Heating Unit Fires "CORCAN"and I December 27 thru December 30th, 1965.
and Voting for the motion Mr. Paulk, Mr. Strickland, and Mr. Posey.
NEW YORK One out oi
.. "MURDER MOST FOUL" Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded by Mr.Paulk, that Mrs. Grade Roberts be employed as a teacher
10 fires in the United! .
O O lo eery "HYSTERIA"and aide in the Wakulla County School System.
States begins in some kind oi Voting for the motion Mr. Paulk, Mr. Strickland, and Mr. P' ey.
and
u heating unit, according to the ""RETURN FROM' THE ASHES" Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded by Mr. Paulk that bills be paid is presented.
Insurance Information Institute "CURSE OF THE Voting for the motion Mr. Paulk, Mr. Strickland, and Mr. Posey.
MUMMY'S TOMB" Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded by Mr. Paulk, that Resolution No. 2 (budget amendment) be adopt-

ed.Voting
for the motion Mr. Paulk, Mr. Strickland, and Mr. Posey.

., _. -- Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded by Mr. Posey, that the board adjourn.
Voting for the motion Mr. Paulk, Mr. Strickland, and Mr. Posey.
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DAVE HAMRICK STEVEREVELI. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS I ----
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS,
I FUNDS RELEASED FOR
INSURANCE AGENCY. SPECIALSSPECIALS :
I ROBERT H. ROOOENBGRRr Aiaocllt Sealed bids will be received I JUNIOR COLLEGES
A FULL TIME AND COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE
AUTOMOBILE until 2:30 P.M., EST Wedne. Tallahassee State Comptroller -
day, February 15, 1966, by the I Fred O. Dickinson today
BONDS FINANCING ARRANGED AT 5 Wakulla County Board of Public announced: release of $1,524
1/4%
CASUALTY I Instruction, Crawfordville, Florida 743 to county boards of public FRI., SAT., MON. AND TUES.

ANY TIPS HOME; BUILT ON YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE at the office of the Super- Instruction for junior college
'MARINE; intendent of Public Instruction, operations.The .
SERVING! W\\1.JI..LaTh1Y: AND TIE OWSTAL AREA Court House, Crawfordville, monthly distributions represent -
'FIRE Florida, for the construction ofa county school sales tax
Consolidated High School funds and minimum foundationfund PLUS
YU4-2601
PHONE '877-3/08/ YU4-7435 102-219 Building in Wakulla County, allocations for junior col- BORDENS HOMOGENIZED
Florida. leges In 20 Florida counties.Of DEPOSIT
1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 PANACEA FLORIDA The Building Is to be of Ma- the total distributed today, I
I "- A and concrete Construction, $1,371,954came from the
TALLAHASSEE. FLA. LET US OR SELL FOR YOUR sonry
ocBUY consisting of Class Rooms, minimum foundation account GAL

I....: J .. Science Laboratories, Home and $152,789 from the county Milk : 99cCopeland
--. Making Laboratories, IndustrialArts school sales tax fund, Comp- JUG
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; I and Vocational Agriculture troller Dickinson reported.
LEON SEPTIC TANK'' FUNERAL HOME Shops, Library, Gymnasium, Following are the total a-
"- SERVICE; L. RILEY Band and Choral Rooms, Cafe- mounts received by the various-
-' Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director teria, Auditorium Administrative boards of public Instruction for
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OutRepair Offices, Play Ground Area junior college operations:
*Clean Phone 697-3366 with Base Ball Diamond and Bay County (Gulf Coast Junior FRANKS 12 oz. 45c
Foot Ball Field with Stadium. College), $40,693; Bay County
New Installation CARRABELLE, FLA. The Building will be Heated and I (Rosenwald Junior College), RED ROSEBREAKFAST
The Best For Leas Air Conditioned. $5,697, Brevard County, $65-
I .'- "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"SERVING Plans and Specifications will 073;Broward County, $83,099; BACON lb. 79c
j TelephoneTallahassee be available to interested bid- Columbia County, $29,201;
VfAKULLA COUNTY den at the office of the Architect Dade County$316, 320; Escam-
877.1773 Robert Maybin A.I.A., I bla County, $115,259. Ham Center Cut lb. 89c
I after: 6:00: p.m. 210 t:. College Avenue, Tallahassee I Jackson County (Chlpola Junior .
I Florida (P. O. Box I College), $41,924; Jackson
r TalhhaxMt BiuliMM Firm 3125)). A plan deposit of Fifty I County(Jackson Junior College), T. BONE STEAK, !Ib. .69c
($50.00)) dollars will be requir I $5,640; Lake County, $30- .
edbythe general contractor bid 404; Lee County, $24,078;
ding on the contract, to be refunded Madison County (North Florida Fresh Grade "A" FRYERS, < 29c
DIRECTORYPalornlM In full on the return of Junior College), $31,881Mad-; _
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the plans in good condition with- iron County (Suwannee River dens
in five days from the bid date. Junior College), $13,084. > TALL CANS'EVAPORATED'MILK
These Advertisers Additional sets of plans may be I Manatee County, $63,524; '
obtained by the general con- Marlon County (Central Florida -. 6 for.: 89c
tractor, and plans may also be Junior College), $44,651; MarIon -
obtained by the subcontractorsor County (Hampton Junior Bama
MAYONNAISE
I other Interested parties for a I College ), $14,872; Monroe qt. 49C
F R M Little Folks Store deposit of Fifty ($50.00)) dol- County, $16,495; Okaloosa
r IDC.! O. I. GRAMLING lars per set, with the deposit i I County, $36,193; Palm Beach! PREFERETA Corn Beef
FEEDSFlint The CapiUl'i refunded less Fifteen ($15.00)) I[ County, $121,331; PlneLUs 12 oz. 49c
1J Major for Minor*" I ,& CO. dollars to cover the cost of reproduction County, $228,363;-Polk Coun-
CKildm't Funtturt foyt. on the return of the ty, $36,932; Putnam County, Lindy Cream Style'CORN '2
Game, Bobbies Oii.-8to, Scrrlce for documents in good condition $61,723; St. Lucie County, cans 33C

River Mills 133 N. Monroe Baby Atenionn St. Ph. 222-1146 Feed .Seed Fertilizer within five days from bid date. $26,492, and Volusia County,
"Oil S. ... _. Contractors bidding on the a- $71,814.
?? ,?. J2J.0274 -- ----':- -' -- I Poultry Supplies
bove project will be required to BANANAS
Garden Toolsso. 2 Ibs.: 25c
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furnish a bid bond In the amountof
CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH
not less than five ((5%)
A CroMlaf cent of the bid, which bond SCHOOL MENU FOR
Baker-Alford Co.. Phone 222-4812 shall be in the form of a cashier's NEXT WEEK Seed/ POTATOES' 10 lb. b9c
"TK Ports H bid bond written by a reputableand
Anything for your auto, truck
or tractor. AUo tor your powtrImwiunowtr acceptable company, made MondaL ef
Ltgkt Wntkt and R.galarCoswreb the Wakulla SHOP HERE FOR"YO'tJRF
and much for rout payable to County Steamed Rice
Blotki : 4 boat Board of Public Instruction S. Tossed Salad
Hanson, Wood and. 208 N. Adams 8& P,222-U80M E. Roddenberry, Chairman. Apple Crisp

Hoel Ind.; Inc. Capiftl 1 Stone Co. The successful low bidder a performance willberequlxedtofurnlsh Bread Bl&terMilk SEED FERTILIZER

s. Adam St at 4-Pointi
1908 and bondin
.ine. bond a payment
.Tit. 222-0840 f. O. Boa **1Vearer the amount of 100% of the Tuesday

MARBLE BRONZE* GRANITE contract price, with a surety Spaghetti We Give Plaid.Stamps
----- MEMRIALS company acceptable to the own- Meat Sauce
( er, before the award of the con- Turnip Greens
c_,."." W.c.AU, r;,.. tract. Peaches
+M 608 W.CaioM St-rTtL 223-0711 The owncrreservesthe right to Com Bread !
j and all bids. Milk Butter .
reject
lac Walter T. Buchaa, MIT. any ,
Board of Public InstructionWakull.1 Wednesday
County, FloridaS. Hot Dogs SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVE.
.Iasara.e sari Bondf E. Foddenberry, Chairman Slaw

214.8. Adam, 8t.-T.L 2O-M80 W. E. Whaley Supt. of Pub. Potato Salad PIGOTT-S
Instr. and Secty. to Board Cherry Cobbler TOREi, ;
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programs. THfAGENT'S COUNTY ..( .UVlU.Q) J'R!
SIGNUP' PERIOD SET
Mr. Moore reminded farmers :.pi'\JRSDAT. .JAmrWI: IJ'1f
FOR 66 fARM PROGRAM that participation in the various CORNER
diversion programs is not auto- BYE R. --""

Have You Asked Yourself The signup for the 1966 diver- matic -- filing an applicationwhich County Wheaton Agent 4. Which fertilizer ratio is
sion program for feed grains shows the operator's intentions best for your crop and soil
24 J. K. At I have driven around'the
will start on January is the first necessary 5. How much fertilizer does
Moore, Chairman, Agricultural step in qualifying for program county the past few weeks, I a good crop require? .
Stabilization and Conservation have had opportunity to
benefits.All If cannot answer these
These Questions? County Committee, announced of the signup will be con- meet many people and see their questions you a soil test may help.A .
today. The signup deadline ducted at the ASCS County Of- farms. There appears to be soil test can't tell you which
will be April 1, 1966. fice. Details these programs some activity toward spring to substitute for

crop grow
Why For the long-term Cropland are being furnished all growers planting I see land being prepared planting time and certified proper

should you travel extra mflai and UM Adjustment Program (CAP), who are eligible to participate.There and other preparations being seed, or take the place of good
extra hours to shop out of town trj the signup will begin on Janu- will be a meeting in made for spring. One subject management.Well .
?
ary 31, one week after the o- the county commissioners room, I would like to cover in if didn't
now, you answer -
peningforthe annual programs.The Friday night, January 21, at this article which will help the questions asked above,
ANSWER: You Shouldn't! You can lave time: signup deadline for the 7:30 P.M. to explain the farm make a better crop whetherit this would be a good reason to

gas and trouble by shopping right here In CAP will be announced later. programs for 1966.MECHANIZED be com, peanuts, or pasture, call the County Agent's Office
your under is soil
testing.
Producers who file requests
hometown stores. I and request that a soil test begun
Furthermore modern distribu the CAP but do not enter One question you might ask is
each field
that
Lion brings the newest merchandise here aa fast u into final agreements will have "Why soil test at all?" Well, on a This is you a planto
grow more
crop.
anywhere and lower IS file applications to FARMING first before I answer this
overhead days to question -
coats: than In larger sure wayof gaining some degree
take In the feed grain pro- see if you can answer the I
places part
helps keep prices DOWN. afterwithdrawing their re- I Florida 'a r mer i now have following of success this year. For each
i gram more than $400 million Investedin soil test run you will receive a
County Com- 1. Is soil acid I
questsorafterthe farm machinery including your or alkaline recommendation for fertilizerand
mittee notifies them that no a- 74,820 tractors The total number ? lime where required. For
How : greement will be available.The I of farm tractors in the state 2. How much fertilizer and good lime and
production
can this community grow and prosper Chairman explained that, has increased an average of 8.2 lime is left in your soil from fertilizer crop are essential.
provide career opportunities for for 1966, a flexible scheduleof percent each year since 1959 last year? REMEMBER .
our Don't
young Guess --
people
signups has been adopted and continued increases seem 3. How much and what kind
unless hometown I
folks Soil
Test. Call
spend most County
of their assured. your
with
money throughout the country, of lime does your soil need
Agent.
here at home? eachASC State Committee determining -

the most appropriate r--
ANSWER It period for the activity. The
: can't! Dollars
spent away are gone signup periods will be uniformin The Most Talked About..The Most Unusual. ,
forever. Dollars ..
spent here stimulate local trade all Florida Counties for the
activity finance business expansion and increase Sh diversion programs.The The Most Needed Knife in America

employment Op initial signup period for

the 1966 Agricultural Conser-
vation Program was also an-
nounced. The signup will begin MIRACLE KNIFE p
Where on January 17, and end on
is the money coming from to maintain at February 18, 1966. Although

and improve our schools, civic services, our churches 'I I requests for conservation asslstI I

hospital, and other community facilities? ance underthe ACP may be ac-
cepted throughout the year

I I farmers and ranchers are urged I Greatest Gift Idea Ever!
ANSWER: Much of it must come from taxes paid Horn to submit their requests duringthe

and contributions made by our local business peo- e "initial" signup Committee period. AMERICAN MADE e STAINLESS STEEL 12" LONG
The ASC County ,
pie. Part of every dollar you spend helps build a which administers all of these

better community for you.Wakulla. programs candoa more equit- I Use the

able job of approving requests I' SAW EDGE Use the
within the limited funds avail-
needsof II pt Ir/teA lands, WAYED EDGE
able if the conservation
most of the county's farmers brhq nrcusts, stilt U urn tnhef, slits

and ranchers are known at the list, Its, cut, Ind, ngtllibs,
o beginning of the program year.In cheese, etc.
general, both the commodity -

CountyChamber programs and CAP call for Mailed anywhere In the U.S.A., Postage Paid .
diversion of crop acreage intoan And it's all purpose The waved
approved conserving use. By This is the most amazing knife / edge carves turkey and roasts
in America. Even electric .A w like dream.
the an a Slices fresh bread,
of -
meeting provisions programs knife will not cut through froz cheese vegetables pineapple -
of Commerce farmers become eligi- en foods, but the American everything 12" long. Hardwood I
ble for various benefits in the made double edge Miracle handle. Stainless steel blade never
form of payments -- and also Knife zips through food pack a needs sharpening.
for loans under the commodity ages, wrapper and all. 1I
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I The deep taw edge cuts ," I
cuts meats, fish
frozen: ', etc. No I SEND CASH, CHECK OR MONEY ORDER.
more wasteful thawing No C.O.D's. Mailed anywhere In the U.S.A.
Cut off what you needPut I
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MJWLLA COUNTY NEWS
the rest, still frozen :
back i in the freezer I CftAWFORDVIU-C. FLORIDA

Disjoints chickens Buy Several II Send ...... miracle knives at $2 each,
scales fish. too. N at This I

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1965 Corvair 1963 Mercury $1395
$1995 Meteor 1 door hardtop with radio
Cona with radio. heater, 4 In heater, automatic teas
the floor plus all straw. million and clean one owner
car
196fChevrolet. $1095

ANNUAL REPORT 4 door Eclair Vt, radio, beater
automatic tranimlailon, power 1964 i Chevrolet. $1695
I ateerlni local one owner .ear Elicit 4 door with radio heater

STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1965 ant automatic tranamtaaion


1962 Chevrolet $T495

ASSETS LIABILITIES 1962' Ford $895 Station Wagon with power ateerIng -
4 brakes and air conditioning
door. VS. automatic tranemla-
elan
Cash on Hand and In Banks. $ 2,640,739.17 Savings Accounts . .$24,760,407.95


First Mortgage Loans . 25,237,046 Advances from Federal 1 1963 Chevrolet $1795
4 door Impala Hardtop seth radio .f, 1965 Chevrolet. $2795

Other 'loans . . . 169,82351 Home Loan Bank . 3,500,00000 fnltalon, heater, and air auiomatle conditioning trana-. 1 with door radio Impala heater Super, automatic Sport VI

tnnimiuion. power uteertnf and

Loans on Savings Accounts. 433,38042 Loans In Process . . 453342.70; 1963 Chevrolet. $1695VI brakea '..,

Investments and Securities. 788,890.63Land a door Hardtop with radio J :-
Deferred Income . . 118,901.64 heater. and automatic trenamlcalon -
1959 Chevrolet.
Office Building and $395
I a clylnd.r standard shift, re.
Equipment, LessDepreciation j t to.t t', Other Liabilities . . 199,288.99 l.t\' dlo and...MstebVs
. . 898,532 1964 Belair $1795
4 door Chwrolet with sir .
Deferred Charges and Surplus and Reserves . 1,3 7.150.42 t9ndltioning, tads and 1965 Panel $1995
Chevrolet Van, one owner, low
Other Assets .210,678.40 mllea

1961 Chevrolet $7954door
TOTAL ASSETS .$30,37 9170 TOTAL LIABILITIES .$30,379,091.70 economy 4 cylinder with
1965
r,dlo.Ajjwater' Truck $2195 .
= Two In Two speed, Chevrolet


1964 Ford. .. $1395 1960 Chevrolet $595
s VS. standard tranimUalon. 4 1 door I cylinder standard
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4oo*. radio, heater tranamlaalon and heater

LEON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 1959 Chevrolet. $695

4 door atatloa wagon VI, automatic 1965 Chevy I II I $2095
HOME OffiCE Ill South Monroe fAUWAY HANOI: Parkway Shopping enter UNIYEISITY BUNCH; 1706 W Ttnntiwf, opposite F. S. U. tranimlulon, radio, heat- 4 door' I cylinder, automatic
tr and clean tranimliilon" radio and heater
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA

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1414 South Monroe
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