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WAKULLA COUNTY I WAKULLA IN COUNTYVOLUME
or--[ :: 67 NUMBER H" CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA mORS'''. JANUARY 27-, 1966 r JJ127 I....* We Ptr Copy -1 I
NOTES OFF THE CUFF' REVIVAL DATE SET
, BY Keith Lee
Revival services will begin at
. After attending the recent the Towel Pentecostal Holiness i
Chamber of Commerce Legisla- y Church Crawfordville on Sun- ,
tive weekend and moving day night, February 6. The
around among all of the members 1: Revs. Mr. and Mrs. S. T.
of the legislature who were ,a v r i ir Moore of Eastpoint, Florida,
there, one could not but come will be the evangelists. Services
away with a feeling of, "Well, will begin each night at
gee I What next?" It was 7:30.
evident that there are many The public is cordially Invited .
races throughout the state that to attend.
will leave scars for years to
come Reapportionment as
accepted by the Federal Court, J. D. TURNER HEADS
as one reporter put it, has the FHP AUXILIARYThe / y''.
politicians walking and talkingto
themselves Just for an Wakulla County Unit of /
example of what is taking the Florida Highway Patrol Auxiliary -
place, veteran legislators like held its Installation meet-
Senator B. C. Pearce and Sen- ing and banquet Monday nightat yA
ator Charley Johns will have to r the Spring Creek Cafe.
oppose each other in the May Sgt. J. D. Turner was elected -
primaries; also Senator D. C. to serve as head of the unit : -1 1t1.
Covington will have to run and Cpl. Charles E. Deal was .
against Senate President JamesE. named second In command, for
Connor If such pairs as the 1966 year.It .
this do not have the political was reported that the local
prognosticators pulling their unit was one of the most activein
hair, you should take a look at the state organization.
some of the House races A total of some 1900 man
As fu as Wakulla County is hours of useful service was put
concerned, the new House district in by the unit. This included
is composed of Wakulla, riding with Troopers, working '
.,. Jefferson and Franklin Counties traffic at wrecks, two bicycle .
Of these counties, Rep. rodeos, traffic at Tallahassee, !
Roddenberry may be the only Jacksonville, and Gainesville I
incumbent who will run. Rep. connected with football games.
Boc kle man of Franklin has mov- I TREE PLANTING-Jeremiah 17:7Forest: Service are from left James They also inaugurated a park-
ed to the East Coast; Rep. I 8 was the theme of Rev. S. A. CoxF.. Cherry, vocational agriculture ing system at home games at
Pruitt of Jefferson has acceptedState well of the Crawfordvllle First BapInstructor; W11 i lard Thompson, Crawfordville High School.Theninemanauxiliory
be that employment-the District Is it up could for tint Church during Arbor Day Ranger Sam Lollie, Hoppy Strick- qualified for Red Cross First Aid Is
grabs... Gulf, Liberty and Calhoun exercises at Crawfordville High land, Rod Strickland and Rev Cox- through a course given by Red
Counties are in a District School tree planting Friday. Coopwill.. Cross instructors.
of their own Another Senate crating with the Wakulla County Trooper C. W. Moore who ,
District that pits two strong incumbents I started the unit about a year ago MRS. EDWARD AVON MALOY
has Senator Merrill I said that the group has been Invaluable i
Barber and Senator John Mc- DONALD L. TUCKER ANNOUNCES in its work with the
Carty going head and head THE COUNTY FHP both la the area and Wa-
Our new 5th District comprises CANDIDACY FOR REPRESENTATIVEDonald AGENT'S CORNERBYE. kulla County. ST. MARKS CHURCH SETTINGFOR
Wakulla, Franklin, Liberty, R. 'T.ueaton County Judge George Harper
Gulf and Cadsden Counties.Hal 1. Tucker, a 30-year-old Crawfordville attorney, announced County Agent installed the officers at the MALOY-LADD WEDDINGYellow
Davis of Quincy has announced today his candidacy for state representative in the new district Monday night meeting. At-
that he will seek this comprising Franklin, Jefferson and Wakulla Counties. Being the time of year when tending as guests were Capt. gladioli and bronze chrysanthemums formed the setting
seat; Senator George Tapperhas Tucker is a native of Wakulla County and graduated from Craw- cold weather and short days and Mrs. W. S. Schley, Sheriff for the wedding ceremony Saturday evening in St. Marks Churchfor
not made his plans known fordville High School in 1953. keeps us Indoors, we seldom and Mrs. W. R. Taff, Mr. and Miss Mary Susan Ladd and Edward Avon Maloy.
In the new 10th District, He is presently attorney for the Wakulla County School Board and want to work in the yard or care Mrs. Fred Keightley, Judge and The Rev. Fred Harrison officiated at the nuptials.
Hamilton, Columbia, Suwannee for the City of Carrabelle. For two years he was legal counsel for for shrubs around the house. But Mrs. George Harper. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ladd, St.
Madison, Jefferson, Tay- the Board of County Commissioners in Liberty County. even then I look forward to this Auxiliary members and their Marks, and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ma-
lor and Lafayette Counties will Tucker is a 1962 graduate of the University of Florida Law School.He time of the year because I knowit wives attending were Bernard loy Samson, Alabama.
share the same Senator; three is an Army veteran and completed a two-year mission in is close to Azalea time. The Wilson, Bobby Posey, Barry Clover The church altar was banked with ivy and flanked by candelabrawith
Incumbents face each oth- Washington and Oregon for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday azalea plant Is one of my favor- Cecil Nichols, jack Smith, white tapers. Baskets of the glads and mums with fern were
er in the May primaries. Theyare Saints. He is currently President of the West Florida District of the ites for where can you find a J. D. Turner, John Pigott, placed about the chancel. Family pews were marked with yellow
Senators CT. Melton of "1"1.-1.' sac shrub whlchwlll: have such a Lavish J James Taylor, and Charles ribbons.
Lake City, Houston Roberts of In commenting on his candidacy display of blooms. These Deal. The bride wore a floorlength gown of parchment taffeta and
Live Oak and L. P. Gibson of Tucker said, "The recent blooms range in color from vio- Cecil Nichols and James Tay- Chantilly lace, the lace covering the basque bodice and self-scal-
Perry We are wondering if drastically let blue to orange, in all shades, lor were named to the County loped Sabrina neckline and falling in tiers at the front and back of
all of the local Senate and reduce representation tints and tones of the cob Civil Defense Unit representing the skirt. The bride's shoulderlength veil of Illusion fell from a
House races will take the edge which counties will spectrum.The the FHP Auxiliary. matching clustered bow headpiece trimmed with seed pearls. Her
Governor and Cabinet challenges have in the coming sessions of azalea Is thought to be! pri- bouquet, a cascade of Queen Alexandra cattleya orchids and Leathered -
.. At this writing, Gov. the legislature. It is essential marilya native of China, but it carnations, topped a white satin-covered prayer book.
Haydon Bums has two announced that we send to Tallahassee a was first actively propagated in Mrs. Carole Turner, Wakulla, sister of the bride, was matron of
opponents Mayor Robert young and dynamic representative japan. In the 17th Century the SOPCHOPPY NEWS honor, and wore a dress of bronze satin. Bridesmaids Miss Cynthia
King High of Miami and former to promote and protect the azalea was carried to the Islandof Cotton and Miss Joan Cotton, cousins of the bride, wore similar
Senator Scott Kelly of Lake- welfare of our people. I feel Java, then to Holland, and i BYLoulse C. Sapp dresses of yellow. Their headpieces were bows with illusion veilsto
land, both of whom he defeated I qualified to assume this respon- on to England. The Sopchoppy Lions Club held match their dresses; they carried cascades of yellow and bronze
two years ago in his success- sibility. Azaleasare of the same family their regular bi-monthly meet- carnations.
ful race for governor .. State He served a term as governorof as rhododendrons, mountain I ing Monday evening, January Reuben Malay, brother of the bridegroom, was best man; ushers
Treasurer Broward Williams, the Florida Boys' State spon- laurel, blueberry, and the heathen I' 17. Mr. E. R. Wheaton, our were Robert Malay and Foster Lee Maloy, also the bridegroom's
who has 23 years experience in sored by the American Legion; of Scotland. There are I' new County Agent, joined the brothers. .
his office as a top administrative was appointed by Governor Ful- nearly 30 species of azalea Lions Club. Before coming to A reception followed the ceremony at the home of the bride's
assistant under the late J. ler Warren as Chairman of the grown in North America, but Wakulla County, Mr. Wheatonwas parents. Assisting were Miss Call Williamson, Miss Phyllis Wil-
Edwin Larson and 12 months of Florida Governor's Youth Safety I only a few are native to the extreme assistant county agent in liamson, Miss Charmaine Rabineau, Miss Ann Lambert, Mrs.
successful service In the top Job I Conference..and_has represented south. They like mild Madison County; he was also George Walker, and Mrs. Essie Codill.A .
Itself, has two opponents Florida at the National Safety winters, with moist cloudy sum- secretary of the Lions Club in supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ladd, Wakulla, followed -
Comptroller O. Dickinson, Council convention.He men. The climate of Englandis Madison, Florida. the rehearsal Friday night.
Jr., also has two opponents is a member of the Wakul- ideal for them, but they pros- After a wedding trip to points in Florida through Saris j-"', the
There is no announced opposition la County Jaycees and Is activein CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH per along both coasts of the U. Mr. R. B. Haskett and son of couple will be at home in Wakullathe; bridegroom is eriplcycd by
for Secretary of State Tom various community and civic SCHOOL MENU FOR S. where the winters are not too Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, arc Seminole Asphalt Refinery, St. Marks.
Adams, Agriculture Commis- projects: including March of severe. making their home in Sopchoppy. -
sioner Doyle Conner, Attorney Dimes and American Cancer NEXT WEEK The cultural requirements are They operate the Pure Oil
General Earl Faircloth, and Society.He Monday moisture at the roots but good station formerly known as INSURANCE GROUP
School Superintendent Floyd and his wife, Donna, have Meat LoafTomato drainage is essential. Light Hodge's Bait and Tackle. Mr. EDDIE R. HARTSFIELDPanacea
Christian two sons. Sauce friable soil with abundant leaf Haskett is the father of Mrs. ENDORSES WILLIAMS
Mashed Potatoes mold or peat moss will hold the ClaxtonVause, Jr. We are hap- Eddie R. Haitsfleld, Orlando
moisture and air. As py towelcome them to our 90, died Friday at Tallahassee Citing his exper-
SOPCHOPPY LIONS Green BeansPineapple oak necessary leaves are abundant In this community.Mr. Memorial Hospital. He was a ience, ability, knowledge and
LOVETT POPE Tidbits area they will serve a very good native of Leon County and had Integrity, Officers and Directors -
BROOM SALE Bread of the Florida
when used around aza and Mrs. Bob Davison and lived in Panacea and Wakulla Association of
RITES ..SATURDAYMr. leas.purpose It is important that azal- their daughter, Trinka, have County most of his life. He wasa Insurance Agents voted unanImously -
Roddenbeny, president from California visit to support election of
Tuesday set too deep in the come to retired fisherman.
jf the Sopchoppy annual Club and Mrs. James B. Lovettof HamburgersLettuce ground. It is better to set thema Mrs. Davison's parents, Mr. and Funeral services were held at State Treasurer-Insurance
announced today that the Wakulla the Mrs. W. W. Beasley. Bob is 2:00 M. Commissioner roward Willia ms
announce plansof Tomatoes little higher than the surrounding : P. Monday at the First
Broom Sale will get underway the marriage of their daughter Potato Chips ground and cover the roots making a career of the Army Baptist Church of which he wasa in the May Primary.
Tuesday, February 8. Violet Ann, to Jerry Pope, Fruit Cocktail well with rich soil and peat moss and willIe a ve for Viet Nam member. The Rev. A. V. The FAIA represents more
Roddenberry urges support of son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. pope. Cookies or leaves. Even pine straws will next week. Mrs. Davison and Pic kern officiated and burial than 6,000 Independent fire
this project: as all proceeds are The wedding will take place Bread Butter help conserve moisture. As azalea Trinka will stay in Alabama.Mrs. followed In Revell Cemeterywith and casualty agents in every
used In the Lions sight conserva- Saturday afternoon, January 29, Milk are shallow rooted, do not ). A. Culley and Sons Funeral section of Florida. The action
tion program at three o'clock in the after- cultivate heavily around the Nina ApUn is visiting her Home in charge of arrange: to endorse Williams came dur-
Many students in Wakulla noon in the First Baptist Church Wednesday daughter, Mrs. Rochelle Wrightand ments. ingthe FAIA mid-winter work-
Countyhave benefited from thisprogram in Woodville. Vegetable Soup bushes.If the leaves begin to yellow, I children, in South Florida.Mr. Survivors Include four sons, shop at Winter Park.
In the past by having The public is invited. Saltines it is usually a sign of too alka- John W. Henderson,, son Edmund, Willie, MOil and Elmer Association President Robert
i this eye glasses provided through Cabbage Salad line a soil. Bring up the acidcontent I of Mrs. Sarah Jenks, flew home Mansfield, all of Panacea; Ross of Fort Lauderdale said the
program. Peanut Butter Cookies of the soil with aluminum from Germany to attend the four daughters, Mrs. Mamie action does not commit agent
Broom sales are held throughout CRAVFORDVILLEPERSONALS I Bread Butter sulfate or sulfur. Moder- funeral of his grandmother, Mrs. Goss, Mrs. Minnie Metcalf, members, but "it does urge
Florida and the nation by Milk ate care should Insure many Leavy Willis. and Mrs. Geneva Thomas, all support of the (FAIA) member
lions Clubs and this method of
Thursday yean of beautiful blossoms. of Panacea, and Mrs. Frankie ship"the drive to keep Com-
fund raising has been going on Jack Pearce visited his parents Spaghetti Azaleas should be fertilized In Mrs. Pauline Harrell Is recup- Kelley, Carrabelle; two half- missioner Williams In the officehe
for years to help those who are Mr. and Mrs. Moody Meat SauceBroccoli g, summer, fall, andwinter erating in Tallahassee Memorial brothers, Isaac and John Harts- has held since last January.
handicapped by eye disorders. Pearce over the weekend. at the rate of a double Hospital after undergoing field one half sister, Mrs. The Association is consideredone
Jack is a student at Madison Apple Sauce handful, which Is approximately surgery last Wednesday.Miss Zudde NeSmith, all of Thomas- of Florida's most influen-
THANK's'It College.. k Bread > ButterMIlk 1/2 pound, to a good size plant, ville, Ca.[ 30 grandchildren; tial political action groups.
CARD OF .or 1-1/2 to 3 pounds per 100 June Roberts was the overnight and 27 greatgrandchildren.Pallbearers Members of the official. directorate -
The following people are patients Rolls feet of bed rising a 666or guest of her dater and were Durwood of the Florida Association .
is a time like this that we at Tallahassee square brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Vause Earl Vause Williams'qualifications
Memorial 8-8-8 fertilizer. W. B. Witt, spelled out
realize how much true friendship Hospital Paula Caby, Mrs. Fried Friday Chicken U you would like to have a Dalton Colvin of Medart, this Cecil Nichols, T. L. Stokley, in a fourpagenews
means. The expressions Clara Harvey Hatcher the past weekend. W. W. McAllister bulletin mailed
Rev. Steamed Rice copy of Azalea Culture which Paul Hodges ( to every
of during sympathy our recent sent bereavement by so many Revell.S. A. Coxwell and Mr. Nelse Tossed Salad coven this topic in more detail, Mrs. James Waters of Colum- I Leonard lurch, and Cicero member of the organization.
will always be rememberedwith Peaches please drop by or call the Coun- bus, Ca., and Mrs. Lassie E- Tucker. Among the reasons set forth
deep and humble appre- Mrs. Virginia Keightly and Bread Butter ty Agent's Office. vans of Climax, Ca., were I by the the action officers were and Williams'directors for 24
ciation. son Milk weekend visitors to the home of
Greg, left for
Bowling Creen, Kentucky yesterday Florida's Cypress Gardens U their relative, Mrs. Vassie Roberts I Florida cattlemen are adding yean experience in the State
The to' 10000 miles
Family visit Mrs. celebrating the 30th anniversary of Sopchoppy. fencing each (CONTINUE
Mrs. Ann Willis Keighth/'s! mother. of its opening. Jan. 2, 1938 Iyear I at $300) per mile. PAGE 4))
J WAKULLA COUNTT NEWS
r Have You Asked YourselfThese : 'Teus nut. JAHUART (s7> jgegf, ,
: gjrO'Wl 8 ft B 5 8 B 8 fl B B B B B'
Ruth Wade Ray
Why should you travel cxtn ... and UM try i! # ..I.,. ..' Ray-Vogue Ruth Wade Schools Ray. Director, the oldest of
extra hours to shop out of town? professional art. school in the
U S, now beginning lit 50th
1 1 1 year. answers high school sl'n-
ANSWER: You Shouldn't! You can save time: wl/.J tors' question about continutnff -
gas and trouble by shopping right here in your L f / alive their art.education in the ere
hometown stores. Furthermore, modern distribution
Q How can I tell whether I
brings the newest merchandise here aa fast u ,I"'I have creative talent
anywhere and lower overhead costs than In larger A. You can test yourself or .1
ask your high school counselor I
places helps keep prlcea DOWN. to give you a creativity test
I I Ask yourself: "Do I like fo do j
things in an unusual
t way bring.
How : h ing my own personality -
can this community grow and prosper, ,Y N':: to bear
provide career opportunities for our young people, d I .'I. : on the project at m
unless hometown folks spend most of their money 'l ,'. hand And: 'Do '
I like to think up
here at home? /, (t new ideas?"If the
I II ANSWER: It can't! Dollars spent away* are gone ::4. i. ;; '. _.. answer"yes well in you to this both will field.is probably In other do
I forever Dollars spent here stimulate local trade j ...' !'r'. ''''':: words, if you feel creative you i
activity, finance business. expansion and increase Shop 1i 1id Q probably Where are can creative.a creative person
I employment : talents make the most of his
i A. After a careful study of
iI I career opportunities for thl
Where to' creative person,our school concentrated
is the money coming from maintain at on six areas that offer
and improve our schools,civic services, our churches the best opportunities for im ,
mediate and long range financial -
hospital, and other community facilities? rewards for graduates
They are shown on the chart '
ANSWER: Much of it must come from' taxes paid HomeWakulla below
and contributions made by our local business peo Phalstnphy
ple. Part of every dollar you spend helps build a
better community for you. Ono to rnvtialDegn art
tl i i' 1 ''F e 6 ABILITY
CountyChamber Methrn( sfnr
Larry Burdette of Panacea completes a series of "Tike Heads"which he is setting up in front of his Q. If I decide on a creative I
"Aloha" Restaurant near the Ochlockonee River on Highway 98. The "Tike Heads are similar to career how much schooling I
of Commerce those worshipped by ancient South Sea Islanders and are carved with a fisherman's blade from dead will I need after high school ,
palm tree trunks, taking approximately 3 days to complete each one. A For most careers, two
year of full time study This i
I --- I is true in the fields of Interior t
Dl'sign.Dre8 Design Commercial :
Art or Fashion Illus
FIGHT WITH I (ration Photography and Fashion
p o o0 ACHECKUP Merchandising require onlv '
I one year of full time schooling
Q. If I want more informa
4 0 CANCER I lion on a professional arts
D career where is the best plan
; to find it?
O A Your high school coup
I si lor will be able to help, you
,/. 1 And you can get help by writ
D ing to Student Counselor Ra\
i Vogue Schools, 750 North I
SPECIALS51'ECIAL.s I Michigan Avenue. Chicago II!
I linois hObll Specify which
I urea interests you-otherwise I
you'II receive general information .
DON'T GAMBLEThe I .
FRI., SAT., WON. ANI TUES. i VETERANS NEWS
Price is RIGHT! Test Drive .. s Proof! : DixonotthbFloridaDepattmentof St. Petersburg, Fla. M. T.
TRADE THE OK WAY AT ALFORD CHEVROLET! I today Veterans to clarify Affairs eligibility was asked for I
All Cars Fully Reconditioned For Years of Driving Pleasure! !! I I Dixonsaid hospitalization to make VA it as hospital.simpleas
TRADE NOW AND SAVE! SUGAR possible free to ,veterans VA hospital with benefitsare service
49'C connected disabilities who can-
Yale not afford hospital care. All
i) other veterans are expected to '
", SPECIAL PRICES use non VA hospitals. I
Dixon advised that for further I
I i T. BONE STEAK, Ib .69c Information on this, and other
: LOT NO.1.- OPEN TILL 8 P.M.-LOT NO. 2 I veterans local Veteran affairs County, to contact Service the
I: li 327 N. Adjms- Ph. 385-2181 1414 So. Monroe Ph. 222-5656 .Copeland Officer, or write to him at P.
I O. Box 1437, St. Petersburg,
! 1964 FORD CUSTOM 1964 CHEVROLET BREAKFAST BACON lb. 79c Florida.
, I Be A Safe Driver |
4 door V8 standard shift, / ton pick up NECK BONES "
radio, heater and 1395 i with heater and 1495 29c Here's How
air conditioner .........,...................... 4 speed ............. ... .. .. '
1964 CORVAIR SPYDER 1963 FORD PORK CHOPS, Center Cut, lb. 89c By t
150 HP. Turbocharged, radio, Cheater < 4 door sedan V8, Sam HanksA": '
and 4 speed : 1795 automatic transmission I 1 1095 PORK SHOPS
transmission .... .........., and heater .... ... End cut. 69c Xi.m. Hi, .'.', I.J/.II' If' 'J" "
111; M.w..W Iu, JOO.M,', It'/...
1963 CHEVROLET 1962 CORVAIR Uordens TALL CANSEVAPORATED
SAVE TIRES AND LIVESIn
Belair 2 door .sedan door sedan with radio MILK
6 for 89c
the last two years, the
V8, standard shift $1295". automatic transmission, 895J995 winning, car In the Indianapolis ;
and heater. .... ................................ air conditioner ............... .......... GIANT TIDE/ 500 has finished/ the race without
1961 PLYMOUTH 1961 PICK UP ,79c. When tires will stand up for
SOD miles at 150 mile an-hour
4 door sedan with Chevrolet TOMATOES No. 303 can, 4 for a\' iage on the a Speedway. It'*
heater and 595 with new paint and a real tribute to their stayinginalltles
standard shift .................................. heater ............. .
Aunt Jemina If we stop to think about Itw'e ,
1964 BELAIR 1959 FORD GRITS lb. 2 for 19c nil know then me better
than ever. Flats used to be
Chevrolet door sedan, V8, auto 4 door with radio, heater, commonplace. but now many
matic transmission, radio, heater 1795 automatic transmissionand 495 APPLES 'Ib. drivers have never experienced
air conditioning ....................... and V8 engine! ................................ BAG 59c one and therein lies a danger
Too many of us have become
LOT NO. 2 AS IS SPECIALSMANY complacent about tlies Hut an
-Inflated tire run at turn
2S pike speeds a prime candidate
for a blowout We all know what
1956 CHRYSLER ..............................................$ 95 HIGH TRADE IN happen when tire blows out
MORE TO 1958 BUICK .................................................$195 at th'e.high speed especially a front
CHOOSE FROM 1958 CHEVROLET ............................................$295 ALLOWANCEDURING SHOP HERE FOR'YOURFEED Even If you atold a blowout, .:
1959 FORD COURIER ......................................$345 THIS SALE driving under-Inflated tires takes I
thousands of miles off their life ,
1959 RAMBLER ................................................$245 SEED FERTILIZER Mentally, contrary to a
1963 VW PICK UP ?........................................$795 popular notion letting air out
of your tires Is no real help in
getting off Ice. Sand or rock salt
THERE IS NO GAMBLE! YOU. ALWAYS WIN! We Give Plaid works So. If much you want better.to save tiresand
possibly your life -
WHEN YOU TRADE ATCHEVROLET Stamps! check Another tire pressures good way regularly to save '
tires and lives Is to replaceshock
absorbers every 20 25,000') ,
SHOP LOCALLY ANtI miles with pew Monroe shock
SAVE absorbers or front and rear
adLeveer) sUblllilnj units
PIGOTT'S Worn shock absorbers are
1lpngnT dangerous and can cost you as
.I .IGk r.. .......- much as 17% In tire life, roughly
bmit anon( ,11.| /if flsv'.1 173
i I 5 I' p '
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W.uVLLA COUNT UEW8 NOTICE OF INTENTION: -- SOIL' STATE FIRE MARSHALS .
** JARIAgh001 1 :
THUMP TO DISSOLVE I .,M. ..
CORPORATIONSNotice AND FOODJ. COMPLETE COURSE
WAKULLA" is hereby given under B. Miller --i ii
the provisions of chairman of the Tallahassee, Fla. Eleven -
COUNTY NEWS' 36, Florida Sectionto 608. Wakulla Soil Conservation District Deputy State Fire Marshals have SOCIAL' SECURITY' NEWS
says that our vast store-
of the completed a course of instruction -
corporations listed below "Enrollment under Medicare
the knowledge is the Federal Bureau of Investigation -
7ekphoae WAkst M101Vlr ated, same being incorpor-I no substitute for the ever dim- by State TreasurerFire moving along at rapid :
under the ,
and laws of Florida, inishing amount of land that is Marshal Broward Williams pace, "Frank White, Tallahassee -
according to the records available for social security I
of the raising food. The reported today. manager
mission Florida Revenue Com- world's population is increasing The eleven earlier had com- stated today "but we are becoming '
.Ma' 1C.I.htl'J . &lIto', corporation and every such so rapidly that by the end of the pleted the Florida Law Enforce- concerned over the mil-I
delinquent century 35 the increase interp-etationwehear from dayto
for three years years ment Academy's Instructionalcourse
or more ,
n will amount to the total day.
Williams said. I
Fred htleyPublish the ment filing of taxes of reports and pay population figure today. The, Fire Marshal said the "For example, it's amazing ,
under the provisions What are the possibilities of how many persons think you
Entered: at Crairfordville. Florid of Section 608. 33 courses were designed to '
expansion in cultivated areas, the effectiveness of the must have social security
M second class mstter. Subicrlp Statutes, and that under the and at what cost can this be officers in probing suspected arson to be eligible for medicare. 0
provisions of said Section 608.- done If the less You do not need any social security -
yearn' developed a-
lion",t.t"u.O() per 36, Florida Statutes cases, and gathering, pre-
said work all. need
.. corp- reas are to make even modest and evidencein
.' orations have been classed as improvements in percapitafood serving such Incidents. i only be age 65 or older. Another -
subject to dissolution, and that common misunderstanding
production to match this
sixty((60))days after date of this astonishing population explo- Completing the courses were has been voiced by a number :
publication each and every sue} sion, and show even a slight Chief Deputy Fire Marshal W. of persons who are still working
HENRY WILLIAMS corporation listed below that gain in per-capita food consumption T. Knight, and Deputy Fire I fulltime. They think it is necessary -
Marshals William E. Ragsdale,
has not In the meantime filed to stop work to apply for
REALTY its reports due and paid the with limited resources- annual J. Michael Boggs, Turney W. I medicare; but, of course, you
taxes due Burkhart, C. Fred Dreves, H.
under the provisionsof rate of increase in food do not have to stop work.
Section 608.33 A. Ceiger, L. S. Groves, Mal- "In fact White continued
Florida Statutes output that has never been ,
Real will be certified to the reached, even in affluent societies colm C. McNeill, Charles W. "any person now 65 or older accomplishes -
Reg. Broke McPherson Ben F. Williamsonand
State of Flori- in North America and two things when he
St. Marks Flo.' da, who will issue a Proclamation Western Europe. James R. Vereen. applies. In addition to medi-
at that time dissolving said, care protection, he takes care
Phone 741 corporation. of the paperwork necessary to
Name Florida's Cypress Gardens I 'Highland I Hammock State set up his social security retire-
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES 1. Monument Assurance Ser- has featured quiet electric tour Park near Sebring in central ment payments. Later on,
vice of Florida, Inc. boat rides through picturesque Florida once was known asHooker' when he does retire, he simply
Associate: 2. Priest-Joe-Incorporated tropical waterways since 1938. I Hammock notifies the office and his
.. N. Hatcher, Sr. Principal Place of Business -- t. checks start right away. Any
additional work he might do after -
Phone '"*. 6-3201 1. Crawfordville, Florida y9, applying is automatically
,,2. Panacea, FloridaIt
figured into his benefit amount
is further directed that FLORIDA STATE when he retires. It's possiblefor
copy of this notice be published rt a worker to apply only for
If You fJeed. one time in the Wakulla medicare and not for retire-
County News, a newspaper pub- Today thru. Saturday ment payments if he wishes;
Office .Supplies lished in Crawfordville, Flori- i but, he is causing himself additional -
da, in which county the home trouble and delay at a
office of the above listed corp- Today thru Saturday_ later date when he wants his retirement -
Business Machines orations are shown to be locat- HARPER WELCH payments. "
Bee or CaD Now Showing White concluded by citing
RANEY WHALEY Witness Whereof, I have 'DR. COlDFOOT AND THE Mr. and Mrs. Franklin C. Harper, Crawfordville, announce the I several things he would Lie for
hereunto set my hand and caused BIKINI MACHINE" "THESE MAGNIFICENT MEN engagement of their daughter, Sandra Ruth, to James Thomas II all who read this article to do:
atCAPITAL the Great Seal of the State Welch, Jr. son of Mrs. Irma E. Welch, Crawfordville.The 1. If you are 65 and have not
OFFICE of Florida to be affixed at in their FLYING MACHINES" wedding will be February 26 In the Crawfordville First Baptist enrolled for medicare, do so
EQUIPMENT CO. Tallahassee, the Capitol, thi Church at seven-thirty in the evening.The I right away definitely before
the 21st day of January, A.D bride-elect is a graduate of Crawfordville High School andis I March 31.
1966. employed by the Tallahassee Bank and Trust Company. 2. U you are not 65 but you
319 South Adams St. Florida Revenue Commissions Her fiance, a graduate of Crawfordville High School, Is a mem- I know someone who is, ask that
Corner E. PeiuacolaTALLAHASSEE. / J. Ed StraughnJ. ber of the Florida National Guard and is employed by Council Brothers i person if he or she has signed up
FLORIDA Ed Straughn, Director PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE.IN Inc. j i for medicare.
(SEAL) OUTDOOR ON WOODYILLE HWY.i i Following the ceremony, a reception will be held at the Craw- 3. Anyone who feels he does
It-1/2 7._ fordville Woman's Club. Friends and relatives are Invited. 'I not want medicare would be
wise to get a full explanationfrom
i a social security representative -
Today Fri C Sat. CIVIL' SERVICE' EXAM I COMPTROLLER DICKINSON' roll. before deciding not to en-
Now Showlnlt_ I ANNOUNCEDThe i TO APPEAR 'IN 4. To help the social security
I $17,000 PLUS NEW CAR "SITUA TION HOPELESS,
WASHINGTON' office get the word to everyone
AS BONUSfor "ECCO" BUT NOT SERIOUS" U. S. Civil Service especially those in rural or remote -
man over 40 in Wakulla and Commission will issue on Jan- Tallahassee State Comptroller areas, everyone could
00 County area. Use car for short Plus Companion Hit at 9:10 uary 20, 1966, an examination Fred O. Dickinson was .help by reminding at least two
trips contact customers. INCIDENT" "HARLOW"and announcement for Rescue and notified today he will appear older persons about medicare.
Write B. R. Dickerson, Pres. THE BEDFORD Survival Technician, GS-7, I before a Congressional com- 5. The social security office I
I Southwestern Petroleum Corp. $6269 per annum, Painter-Air- mittee February 2 to testify against will be lad to supply a speakeron
534 N. Main St. Ft. Worth, "YOUNC CASSIDY"'EVE'REVELL frame Fabric Worker, WX-9, a proposed federal law medicare for any group
Texas. $2.SOpcrhour, and AircraftSheetmetalWorkerAiicraft to regulate state taxes. meeting. Simply i telephone the
It-1/27. Integral Dickinson said he was noti- office at 2223515.
Tank Sealer, WX-10, fied by Congressman Bob Sikes As a service to those who
$2.95 per hour, for the 435 of Crestview that he is ache- work, the Tallahassee social
I NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Troop Carrier Wing, HomesteadAir duled for a morning appearance security office Is open on Satur-
DAVE HAMRICK -t' j ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS, Force Base, Florida. Theseare before a special subcommitteeof days from 8:00 to 12:00: Noon.
Air Reserve Technicians the House Judiciary Committee The office is at 306 W. Jefferson -
'INSURANCE AGENCY ROBERT H. RODDENBERRY AssociateA positions.Air in Washington. The subcommittee Tallahassee, Florida.
II Sealed bids will be receive Reserve Technicians are is considering state There will be
FULL TIME AND COMPLETE REAL ESTATE!: SERVICE a representative
AUTOMOBILE until 2:30: P.M. EST Wednesday full time civilian employeeswho taxation i of interstate com from the Tallahassee social seCurity -
February 15, 1966, by the are also members of the merce. office at the courthousein
I BONDS FINANCING' ARRANGED AT.5 1/4% Wakulla County Board of Public Air Force:; Reserve Unit in which Under attack by Diwkinson and Crawfordville from 9:30 on
CASUALTY i Instruction, Crawfordville Florida they are employed. other state officials is HR 11798 the 2nd Wednesday of each
I ANY TYPg HOM3 BUILT ON YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE at the office of the Superintendent Competitors will not be required a proposal which would month. They will be glad to
II 'MARINE of Public Instruction, to report for a written give the U. S. Internal Rev- assist you. I I
I SERVING WAKULLA GOLMY: AND TIE Ca\STAL( ARE,, Court House Crawfordville, test, but will be rated on the enue Service what Dickinson
i 'FIRE Florida, for the construction ofa extent and quality of their experience called "cumberson, inefficientand I
YU4-2601 YU4-7435 W02-2194 Consolidated High School and training relevantto costly controls over florida -
PHONE 877-3108 I Building in Wakulla County the duties of the position.Full '.state sales and use tax sys
Florida. Information with instruct- "
1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 r'."iACEA FLORIDALET The Building U to be of Masonry ions on how to apply may be would also involve Florida's i
iou ,1 and concrete Construction, obtained from most larger post capital stock tax structure. I
TALLAHASSEE. FLA. ...i'JY: OR SELL FOR of Class Rooms GIVE
consisting! offices, at Civil Service Offices The Congressional subcommittee -
I ---q- .' Science Laboratories, Home Boards of U. S. Civil hearing on the proposalby I
I. ._ _. Making Laboratories, Industrial Service Examiners, and at the Congressman Edwin Willis of I
Arts and Vocational Agriculture Board of U. S. Civil Service Louisiana is scheduled to start
LEON; SEPTIC TANK"SERVICED I HOME I I Shops, Library, Gymnasium Examiners, Dobbins Air Force January 26.Dickinson. !
R. L. RILEY FUNERAL Band and Choral Rooms, Cafe Base, Georgia. will voice the unanimous -
. Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director I teria, Auditorium, Administrative Applications for Rescue and objections of other
Offices, Play Ground Area Survival Technician, CS-7, Cabinet members and Governor
*Clean OutRepair Phone 697-3366 with Base Ball Diamond and will be accepted until February Haydon Bums at the meeting.
I Foot Ball Field with Stadium. 3, 1966, the closing date of the Attending the hearing with the WSBtSBSEfif
New Installation CARRABELLE, FLA. *I, The Building will be Heated and announcement. Comptroller will be J. Ed
The Best For Less" SERVICE" | Air Conditioned. Applications for Painter-Air- Straughn, Director of the Flori-
"24 HOUR AMBULANCE I I Plans and Specifications will frame Fabric Worker, WX-9, da Revenue Commission.
I be available to Interested bid- and Aircraft Sheetmetal Work-
Tallahassee Telephone SERVING' WAKUlLA COUNTY I II IJ ders at the office of the Archi- er-Alrcraftlntegral Tank Sealer In 1964'the Florida Marine
877-1773 tect, Robert Maybin, A.I.A. WX-10, will be accepted Welcome Station at Fernandina
I after 6:00 p.m. 210 E. College Avenue, Tallahassee until June 28, 1966, the closing Beach hosted more then 2600
.. Florida P. O. Box of the 800
I I' ( date announcement. southbound people In over
I 3125)). A plan deposit of Fifty Additional Information and southbound boats
: J I. TallahBM BuslMM Firm I ($50.00)) dollars will be requir- I indication forms may be obtained i-
edbythe generalcontractor bidding from Mr. Audie Smith,
: on the contract, to be rei Examiner-In-Charge, locatedIn
DIRECTORYPaJornlM i I funded In full on the return of Room 39, Basement Main M
the plans in good condition within Post Office Tallahassee, Florida -
I I' five days from the bid date. '
Additional sets of plans may be
Then AdvertlMrs obtained by the general con-
tractor, and plans may also be I 4r
obtained by the sub-contractors
or other Interested parties for a
II F R M deposit of Fifty ($50.00)) dollars -
' rw Little Folks Store, O. I. GRAMLING per set, with the deposit f
IM. refunded less Fifteen ($15.00)) -_
FEEDSHint "Ths Capital'sMajors for Minors" & CO. dollars to cover the cost of reproduction -
CAiUrM' FllrM.n. Tow.Otmti. o on the return of the
I //.kki On-Sto 8nrlt for documents in good condition
II: River Baby Aewuwee Feed Seed Fertilizer within five days from bid date.
Mills 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1144 !>. Contractors bidding on the a-
123.02,4 I bove project will be required to
Garden Toolsso. furnish a bid bond in the amount j jState
; Ada** at s"A.L.R.R. of not less than five ((596)) per
I CroMlnc cent of the bid, which bond -
II I Baker-Alford Co. Phone 222-4812 !( shall be In the form of a cash- i
ier's check, certified check, or ,
i TJU Pert. H- bid bond written by a reputable Forester C. H. Coulter, announces the promotion of Donald -
Anything for your auto truck and acceptable company, made (Don) W. Elsenhart to be Assistant District Forester of District
': Ltlkt Wttgkt and R'f1Cl4r lawnmower or tractor. ,Also and tor much roar for power payable to the Wakulla County I 12. Eisenhart will have an office at 1214 Tower Drive, Tallahassee
Cmierttt ftloeki .' boat your Board of Public Instruction, S. p4 with District Forester George P. Cary.
i Hanson, Wood and Z08 N. Aaam1 ... Ph. 823-1380 I:. Roddenberry, Chairman. Don succeeds W. R. Helm Jr., who has moved Into the StateI
Hod Ind; Inc. Capitol 1 Stone Co. i be The required successful furnish low a bidder perform-will I I I 1 Office Corps. as Training Officer and Supervisor of Neighborhood Youth
"U S. Adam. St. at 4-Polnta "tnc. IMS ;1: ance bond and a payment bond (1 Eisenhart, 30, came to the Florida Forest Service right off the
223-6840 P. O. nor wet MARBLE '- GRANITEBRONZE: in the amount of 100 of the campus of Auburn University In 1957. His first Job after graduation
I I contract price, with a surety was as a Planning Technician In Madison, Florida. I
-------- 1 company acceptable to the owner Bengasi, a Cohama fabric Don served a brief stint In the U. S.Army during 1958 sod now!
MEMORIALSCM before the award of the con- look of Tussah silk, holds rank as a Captain in the Reserves. He Is a native of Allanta -'
.sus (.ry Wfrkff AU Tfp* tract. is protected with "Zepel" fabric Georgia. ,
)'eager, iOI W. Cain** SL-, T.l. 223-07H ,, The owner reserves the right to fluorldizer for water, oil, Ehenhart was selected as one of the principals la a Forestry mov-
'I Walter F. Buehaa, Mgr reject any and all bids. and stain resistance. The neutral | le filmed cooperatively by eleven southeastern states. His recent
Inc. i Board of Public Instruction tone and rugged wear of duties were as Farm Forester at Quincy, Florida.
I Wakulla FloridaS. the fabric lend themselves | Don married Carole Broadway of Montgomery aDd they have a
.Iuaraee sad Beads ? ry y k:. Roddenberry County Chairman ideally to precise tailoring and i, son, Donald, Jr.; (age 7) and a daughter Carolann, age 2. The
114 S. Adams St_ I I W. E. Whaley, Supt. of Pub.Instr. soft rather than strict lines .. family expects: to make.thelz home la Tallahassee.
T.L 222.4680 and Sectv to Board perfect for Interpreting this I Qseahart has received the DuPont Foundation Award for Ois> I
I .,;.IB. .* u'- ',- rtandln Conservation Is an Instructor In rifle and pistol, cor"
__ ; by IB*.National: H1L t Aaocsatkaye.aadU..: Bmpbc ad ffiP***;* f
__ 'tWill .
4 WAKVLU COUNTT NCWSFIGHT ,CRAWFORD V I HE HIGH DAYTONA CONTINENTAL '(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1))'
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,- -. -- .,s1--.Ilill' SCHOOL NEWS FEBRUARY 5-6 BROWARD WILLIAMS .
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY)
I BY Wanda MetcalfThe Daytona Beach, Fla. Cars Treasurer's office under two
I Ir Crawfordville High School and drivers from 11 countriesand former Treasurers! his background -
Panthers traveled to Bristol FrI- 16 states already are enter- in every facet of the
day night, where they met de- ed in the Daytona 24 Hour Con- complicated operations of the '
featwith a score of 74-49. The tinental track and road race to office, and his record of work-
top scorer for the Panthers was be run at Daytona International ing toward a constant upgrading -
CANCER Dusty Cook, who had a total of Speedway on Feb. 56. of the Insurance industry in
15 points for the evening. With its $52,000 in posted awards Florida.
Tommy Core led the B team and large number of Ross said the vote that led to
with 14 points in their victory points counting toward the man- the endorsement came after officers -
over opponents with ufacturers' world championshipthat of the Association reviewed -
score of 4325. it carries, the Continentalhasattractedwellover50 in detail the Commis-
The elementary grades and of the J sioner's background in public
Advice to Lovers: Don't forget Valentine's Day is February 14thl) their teachers enjoyed the annual fastest sports, sports prototype H life. .
Arbor Day program, heldin and CT cars now racing.For I He pointed out that the in-
the auditorium Friday after- America's longest test of t cumbent Treasurer Commissioner -
noon. Mr. Cherry, C. H. S. speed and endurance cars will was named by the.1 65
Agriculture teacher, emceed arrive by air and ship from legislature as one of the three
the event. Crades 3-6 presented Mexico, Italy, Belgium, England MEN IN SERVICESan top administrators in State Cow
a program on the origin of Sweden, New Zealand, ernment, among hundreds vying
pine trees, following the invo- Puerto Rico, Germany, ire- Antonio Tex. Airman for the honor less than four
cation given by the Rev. Cox- land, and South Africa to duel Randall R. Cray, son of Mrs. months after he assumed the of-
well. The program was con- with America's best. Mary F. Cray of Rt. 2, Craw- fice last January.
cluded with a film, "Little Jun- With these foreign racers fordville, Fla., has been sel- | And Ross pointed emphatically
ior Raindrops" shown by Mr. mostly Ferraris and Porsches: -- ected for training at Chanute to Commissioner Williams
Sam loWe and Mr. Wlllard will come such Internationally AFB, Ill, as an Air Force aircraft ,traffic safety program which
Thompson of the Florida Forest known drivers as Joaklm Bon- equipment repairman. |, has led to formation of a com-
Service. nier, Lorenzo Bandinl, Jean The airman, a 1965 graduateof bined Traffic Safety unit with
Say YQQgr!! Mildred Smith, secretary of Guichet, Jochen Rindt, Lucien Everglades (Fla.) High key business- leaders at the
the Library Council, reportedthat Bianchi, Mike HaiKvood, Bruce School, recently completed; helm. ,
new books are now on dis- McLaren, Chris Amon, Innes basic training at Lackland AFB, Ross said the Commissioner
play in the library.Jo Ireland, and others of equal Texas. had worked with the industry on
Ann Green, Louise Laird, statue i I the establishment of a fair rat-
with and Shirley McCallister, chorus America will not be lacking Imperial Beach, Calif. (FH-I ;; Ing structure, and is a proponent -
an electric range members, said that the chorus, In challenging cars and drivers TNC1)Jan. 12 Aviation Mach- of a modified file and use
under Mr. West's supervision, in the twice -round-the-clock: mist s Mate Third Class JamesP. plan which would be proposed
has plans for several concertsIn race over the Speedway's 3.81- Hall, USN, nephew 1 to the 1967 Legislature to ease
the near future. This group mile course, which Includes the and Mrs. Woodrow W. Whet-I I I current rating problems.The .
and oven hat done excellent work in previous 2.5-mile triovaland the snaky, i stone of Panacea, Fla. Is Association, In its resolution -
concerts. So, watch for flat infield road. Ford will send ing with Helicopter Anti-Sub- : of endorsement, said
them! out four of its latest and most marine Squadron Six at Ream Commissioner Williams
The stadium seats, that Stu- powerful cars, the Mark II pro- Field Naval Auxiliary Air Station launched one of the most effective -
(they're ) dent Council and National Honor totype, and they will be handled Imperial Beach, Calif. public relations pro-
Society are sponsoring, are by the likes of Dan Gurney, The primary mission of the grams In the nation when he
selling rapidly. But there are a Jerry Grant, Ken Miles, Lloyd squadron is to seek out and destroy took office, attempting to explain -
few left. Eric Mathis urges all Ruby, Walt Hansgen and Mark enemy submarines.Fort to the public, the press,
students, and parents of the Donohue. I and to Insurance people the
community, to help with this The Continental will start at problems revolving around the
worthwhile project, which will 3:00 P.M. on Saturday, Febru- BenDing, Ca. -- Private twin difficulties of mounting
help support an overseas orphan. ary 5, and end 24 hours later. Bobby J. Henderson, son of Mrs. traffic accidents, and rising insurance -
I would like to commend Kathy The cars will practice and qual- Sarah Jenks of (P. O. Box 212)) costs.
Strickland for the excellentJob ify earlier In the week. Sopchoppy, Fla. has been The resolution said "it is not
she has done In the past with chosen the Outstanding Traineeof unusual today see press comment -
this column. I hope that I may the cycle by his Basic Combat suggesting that rate reliefto
be able to relate to you, the FSU BASEBALL BENEFIT Training Company. He insurance companies mew
readers, the news with the same was a member of Company A, itable. If Broward Williamshad
accuracy that Kathy has in the DINNER FEBRUARY 15 Tenth Battalion Second Brigade done nothing else, his accomplishment -
Research shows third of all really Tallahassee Ted Williams U. S. Army Training in this field
a women ,
Center Ft. Ca.
Bobby Bra Gomez alone would warrant the supportof
wanted a major appliance for Christmas.If past.BEAUTY and Billy Hitchcock gan Lefty will headline -, which graduated January I 19, the industry".
didn't get the then,why not the Florida State University 1966.A Most recently the Commis-
you Baseball Benefit Dinner hereon 1963 graduate of Sopchoppy : sioner persuaded the National
give her a valentine that says you care February 15. High School, Henderson entered Automobile Underwriters Asso-
in a big way? A modern electric range gives her News & ViewsBy FSU's The University dinner, to Union be held at 7i30 at November the military 15, 1966 service, with the on ciation requested to amend 14 percent a filing physical for a
precision-controlled cooking (You'll enjoy TONI WOODWARD-ANSl P.M. priced at $5.00 a plate Florida National Guard "a is damage rate increase, reduc-
,-----------------.-- a member of Headquarters and ing the to 9.8
with all towards request percent.
the results. And of the proceeds going
) one new easycleaningovens '. Headquarters Company, 260th! '
lighting the FSU baseball fieldin Williams convinced the Bu
turns a hard job into a simple one. J time for the coming season. Engineer Tallahassee.Battalion, located in reauthatthe traffic safety pro-
J To say nothing of all the work saved by The dinner is under the spon- gram launched under his aus-
3o sorship of an organization known oices is certain to bear fruit
!not having to scour soot from pots and pans. as the "Friends of Baseball", a :ind reduce the percentage lose -
Because electric cooking is flameless. group of local businessmen devoted o"o a se in traffic accidents this
to the promotion of FSU 1 /ear.
Come to think of it, that's the main reason r '+ baseball. Fred Lowry, retired pL Association President said
Tallahassee banker, is chair- officers: \ and directors of the
an electric ra'nge and oven says you care. *
of asS "has
man the group. fAIA continuously and vigorously -
"We believe that a lighted disagreed" with Wil-
We suggest you see your dealer now. before you baseball field will be a great liams' refusal to grant liability -
forget that Valentine's Day is Feb.: 14th. thing for Florida State University S rate Increases because of
Lowry said. "It should what he termed inadequaciesin
attendance 11 he has thus far
increase the tre Mary Whitman filings
Vfllady's grooming requires purpose of this dinner is 'It always seemed somewhat "However, his denial of these
ivl the very best beauty tools, not only to raise funds for the magical to me to make dimensional Increases may prove to be a
not the least of which is a cosmetic lights, but to promote Interest objects from flat paper" blessing in disguise", the resolution -
eH4 c4 reMe/ I wipe big enough for major in baseball here in Tallahasseeand says So she artist settled Lola down Ehlert.one day to asserted, pointing out
jobs, yet soft enough for at the University. produce thirty-seven animals that "there Is every reason to
the most delicate skin. believe that had been I
Williams had a career batting that a child could cut from Hat approval
I New triple-size Soft Puffs by average of 344, won the Am- impel, fold, anil stand up. The given, some aggrieved party I
W. tty it with service. ( 1\ Johnson & Johnson are ideal erican League batting championship result wax H substantial play- could have stifled the Increasesin
) beauty aids. More absorbent six times, was the last book called Sailor Sliapti, released litigation for months if not
than cotton, stronger than tis player to hit..400 In a full sea- by Whitman Publishing years".
7Xs b 711 laekl, sues and lint-free, these baby son(.406 in 1941)), led the league Company of Racine WIs, world's And, the Association newsletter -
soft cosmetic puffs are fast becoming fourtimes in RBIs and hit a largest producer of children's pointed out, no temporary
li flM FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION the chic woman's preference total of 521 homers, ranking Hithlty Items. Youngsters can relief can be granted while the
.d,. r.._wn.,i.mra.owo nrcnt canes, for applying and removing third behind Babe Ruth and Jim- color the animals with crayon. rate filing situation is in the
makeup, lotions, creams mie Foxx. reinforce them with light< cardboard hands of the courts.
and astringents. Comezwlll be the toastmasterfor If they like stand them on Ross and other officers of the
the dinner. The former window Rills\ or put them In cages.A FAIA reminded members that
Yankee pitcher, now associated mobile making book was Williams supported a modified -
another Idea she devised
with Wilson Sporting Goods, Is so the form of the so-called "file
child could punch out foloredhapt"a -
widely known for his skill as a tie them with yarn, and and use" plan six years ago.
speaker. The plan enables bureaus to file
hang up to sway In a
bieexe. administrative costs one time
only, for the establishment ofa
fair administrative budget. ,
FORA Thereafter, loss figures are fil-
j p I I annually, and automatically I
adjusted upward or downward
BRIGHTERFUTURE as losses rise or fall. Several j
I Ie other states utilizing variationsof I
the plan have found it to be
f successful, the Association '
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