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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: December 29, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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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 49 NUMBER 17 THURSDAY. DECEMBER 29. 1966 CRAWEORDVILLE FLORID 'U32'7 PRITF 104 PR"fIPY


Off THE CUFF STUFFBy WAKULLA NEWS "SNOOPY VS. THE RED TEACHER CONFERENCE SET-

J. D. Harvey SET AT GULF COAST
By Mrs. Ralph MastersMr. ;!LFJ a BARON"For JUNIOR COllEGE

Hope all of you had a the first time in the
nice Christmas. Also hope and Mrs.W.J.Smith history of recording, Flo- Panama City, Fla., -
that Santa brought you everything are spending the Christmas rida-based firms have Plans for a Northwest
that you wanted. holidays In South Carolina made it big. They've land- Florida Conference fur
seNN******* with family and friends. F ed a major record hit. It's Teachers of English here

Still need someone to /TTT lit./ 2 yD not only big -- Record Friday, January 20, were
write the news for St. Miss Martha Turner, World (a trade publication) announced this week by Dr.
Marks and Panacea. Please daughter of Mr. and Mrs.J. In their December 10 issue Richard Morley,Gulf Coast
contact the editor if you D. Turner, home from terms it affectionately, "a junior College president.
are .Interested. Madison Junior College for giant monster". It's ex- The conference which isbeing :
555.555 55555. the holidays with family and pected to sell well into the co-sponsored by Gulf
;
All you will hear for the friends. 7L millions. Coast Junior College and
next couple of days Is about v # The recording: Snoopy the Florida State Department -
After Christmas Sales We are sorry to learn _- Vs. The Red Baron", per- of Education, will
where you can save all that Mr. George Nesmith formed by a musical group feature as its main speaker "
kinds of money. Well, how Is in the Tallahassee Memorial from Ocala, known as The Dr. J. N. Hook of the Uni- .
do buy Hospital. We trust Royal Guardsmen was recorded -
they expect you to J versity of Illinois.
sale after he will soon be home and in Tampa at the
things at a One of the foremost Eng-
Christmas when you are well. Charles Fuller Product- lish scholars In the nation,
still broke from buying before Ions Studios. National salesof Dr. Hook Is visiting Pana-
Christmas. If you can, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. We- "Snoopy passed the mil ma City aspartofthe'Disringuished -
you are one of the lucky therington and children, lion mark early this weekas Lecture Series
ones. Sandra and Larry, spent the record heads for sponsored this year by the
................ the Christmas holidayswith new highs, currently top- National Council of Teachers -
If you know any news or relatives and frlendt ping the nation's bestseller of English.A .
have something you want in in Tifton, Georgia. lists. professor of Englishat

the paper just drop us a "Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron the University of Illinois,
line or give us a call. The Mr. and Mrs. EdwinMyers was written by St. Dr. Hook is a former exe-
number is 926-3301. of St. Marks entertained Petersburg resident Phil cutive secretary of the
................ friends with a big Gernhard, owner of a pro- NCTE. He was chairman of
Has anyone noticed that Christmas dinner on Sat- duction firm. Gernhard the U. S. Office of Educa-
the Christmas scene that urday, December 24. Mr. \ joined with Tampa's John tion's Conference on Eng-
has been in front of the and Mrs. Ralph Masters of Brumage in producing the lish Education and in 1963
Courthouse every year for Wakulla and Mr. and Mrs. NJEj I : record at the Tampa stu and Is the author of Teach-

the past two or three years Prince of Tallahassee attended \ dios. The record was released ing of High School English, ,
was not there this year? by Laurie Recordsof Writer's Guide, Creative I
Wonder what happened. New York City.The production Writing, and individualized
................. Miss Barbara JerniganIs ( of and subsequent English.

Next week the series of"Run. enjoying the Christmas ffr success of "Snoopy is due The conference, which
Buddy Run" ends. I holidays with family and in large part to the fact will be held In Panama
wonder whatMr. D. is goingto friends. She is a student at ',, that Florida has a huge and, City's multi-million dollar
do? Will he kill that nice Stetson University.Mis as yet untapped reservoirof Municipal Auditorium, will
little Buddy or give it up, / fresh, exciting talent; begin with registration at
and let him live. Let's all Sue Nesmith ofMi- The Royal Guardsmen 9 a.m.willcontinuethrough
watch and see. anti, Florida, Is visiting themselves being graphic the day, and will be climaxed ..
................ her mother, Mrs. Florrie example.In that evening with a
Even way back in 1954 Nesmith, and other rela- a matter of a mere banquet and Dr. Hook's address -
they were discussing the tives, over the holidays. three weeks the excitement .

voting age for Florida. It dt generated by "Snoopy" and A number of top-ranking
was then and still is 21. Your reporter wishes to the great recording per- English teachers and schol-
But many people feel thatIf take this opportunity to formance by the Guardsmen ars throughout the state are
a man is old enough at wish all of you a very Hap- has reached a literal scheduled to be present
18 to fight and perhaps die py and Prosperous New May it be a real wing-dinger! fever-pitch. Already offers during the day as confer-

for his country, that he is Year: and to thank every- have poured in by mail, ence speakers and resource -
old enough to vote. I go a- one for helping with the telephone and telegrams personnel.
long with this. How about news. / demanding the Guardsmenfor Open to all Interested
you? -- -WMUht4 COUNTY-NEWS appearances on televi- English teachers, scholars,
................ AREA RESIDENTS ; i ir sion shows, at clubs and and students In Northwest
TO
Here is a little some- M n.auw n.r.., 11 trot,m. :'Jt special events. Florida, the conference Is
roxnn..a-
VOICE OPINIONSA ///1 tour r.r.
thing from a 19o9 issue: slated to cover the teaching -

A bargain hunter is a per- cross section of resi- CHIPOLA JC EXPECTS of English from the
son who enthusiasticallypays dents of Wikulla: County I INCREASE IN ENROLLMENTOF elementary school throughthe
.
79 cents for some- will be interviewed for a junior college.Registration .
thing that he wouldn't buyif nationwide consumer sur- tRAVFORDVlLLE Mr. Charles Daniels hat VETERANS fee Is $4.00

it were.....priced......at..75..cents.. vey on meat beginning in PERSONALS moved Into his new home VISITORS TO WAKULLA Chipola Junior College banquet.which covers Persons the wishing evening
January for the u. S. Department here in CrawfordVille. It is COUNTY Is expecting an increase in
Did you know that the of Agriculture. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mills the old Langston place. the enrollment of "Cold to register In advance" may
mail goes out earlier on The survey is designedto and children, Becky and Crawfordvllle had some War" veterans who will do so by writing Northwest -

holidays than on other days. provide an appraisal of Terry, of Lakeland, Flor- Janet, Sara, and Marylyt unexpected visitors last be enrolling under the pro- Florida Conferencefor
So if you are planning to meat preferences, atti- ida, spent the Christmas Nazworth, daughters of Mr. week. They were from visions of the new G.I. Teachers of English,
mail a letter New Year's tudes and use.National holidays with Mrs. Hornet and Mrs. Edsel Nazworth, South Africa, Germany and!, Bill of Rights which became Gulf coast Junior College,

Day you had better get Analysts, Inc., Limbaugh and sons. are spending a few days Switzerland. effective June 1, Panama the City, Florida''In
there early. a Philadelphia research with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy They are on a tour of the 1966, according to Dr. NedL. increasingly*
..SN5...5. organization, will conduct amd Mrs. Howard Pace of Tallahassee.Mr. United States, in a VW Haven, president. Although complex world of today,
Chuck Deal, a local student the personal interviews fo* Thompson and son, Mike, caravan. They are camp. only 40 of these vet- Dr. Morley said,In announ-
was asked on Channel the USDA study, sampling from West Palm Beach, Charles Daniels Ing out at night, so they erans were enrolled during cing of the conference, "the
6 News what he thought some 3000 consumers here Florida, are spending the spent a few days visitingDr. can get the feel of this won. the semester ending Dec- an proper communication -
would bring peace. His reply and across the Nation In a holidays with his parentsin James Forester and derful country of ours. ember 16, approximately and the value of Eng-
was, if the United series of quanerly survey- panacea, and his bro- family in New Orleans,La., While In the county they twice this number are expected lish language and litera-
States would spend more interviews during 1967. ther, Willard Thompsonand and with his family and met some of the people and for the new semes- ture is*greater than ever
time solving its own prob- USDA officials said the family in Crawfordville. friends Jacksonville, they enjoyed meeting them ter beginning with regis- before.
lems, then it would know survey results are expected Florida. They are at the present tration on January 5. Chi- The first such confer-
how to help solve the prob- to be of significant value time touring the South, the) pola is fully approved by ence ever staged In this area -
lems of other countries. to consumers nationally,at Visitors of Mr. and Mrs Christmas Day visitorsof also decided to stop back the Veterans Administration It was prompted by
..t............. well as to public and pri- A. L. Fowler during the Mr. and Mrs. JosephJ. through crawfordville, on for the training under selection of Gulf Coast aa
vate agencies related to the Christmas holidays were their back. They will both the Cold War G.I. Bill one of the designated sites
Well, I finally got the : Harvey were Mrs. H. L, way for
"Distinguished
meat Industry. their son Mr.Marvin Fow- be the home of Mr. and the War Orphans Assistance Lecture -
minutes of the County com- Robison and son, Roger, at. Series" of the
ler and wife of Bainbridge Miss Charles Daniels. Act. Approxi- National -
missioners meeting of Dec. Irma Strickland Mr. '
Council of off
19. They are on page 2. Ga.; daughter, Mr. anaMrs. and Mrs. Gene English, all We hope they enjoy their mately 20 war orphans and Teachers
Embry McBroom of of here in the Unite children of severely disabled English.
Didn't much go on in the SMITH CREEK NEWS Tallahassee, and Mr. stay
meeting. About the only Whigham, Ga.; daughter- Edward Shane of Ithaca, States. veterans are enrolled -
Important thing was that the By Mrs. Helen Kyle in-law, Mrs. Jimmy Fow- New York. under provisions of the
panacea Chamber of com- ler; and Mr. Fowler s sis- latter act according to college HOLIDAY VISITORSMr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kyleand officials.
merce is to officially sup- ters, Mrs. A.T. Snipes of and Mrs. Barney
daughters, Vickie ant Prospective veteran stu-
ervise maintain and Bainbridge, Ga., Mrs. John
operate Bailey of
the panacea Dock. Lori, have gone to Des Deariso of Sylvester, Ga., 102 ON DEAN'S LIST CHIPOLA REGISTRATIONSET dents are urged to apply for had eight Sylacauga of their ,eleven Ala.,
But that motion was not Moines, Iowa, to spend and Mr. and Mrs. Ralpt AT MERCER FOR JAN. 5 fi 6 benefits under the Cold War children and
Christmas MrsKyle'8parents. Bill as soon as possible. eighteen
Larkins and Mr. and Mrs.
seconded so that ended that
,
Marianna, Fla., -Registration Since it normally takes grandchildren as guests
Windel Larkins of James
H. Hammick
and a motion was made to Whig- son over the Christmas holi-
for Chipola Junior thirty days or more to secure
-
of
the official bondsof ham, Georgia. Mr. E. G. Hammick of
approve Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Kyle Crawfordvllle College's spring semesterIs the required certifi- days. They were Mrs. C,
the two commissioners made the
new
are spending the holidaysin Dean's scheduled for Thursdayand cation of eligibility from C. Whaley of Crawford
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Har- List at Mercer
and it was seconded. Uni- ville Fla. Mr.
Fred
New Orleans, Mlze Friday, January 5 and the Veterans Administration Bailey
vey and family o" Panama versity. A total of 102 students of Crawfordville
Miss., and Watherford 6 to Dr. Ned L. veterans planning to Mrs. M
according
Not too much news in the City, Florida, spent the made the Dean's List) L. Harrell of
this week. Texas, visitingMra. Kyle'sbrothers Christmas holidays witt for the fall quarter.In Haven, president.New enter college in January SOpchoppy,
paper Guess everyone Mrs. M.L. Fennell of
and students should for bene Good-
sisters.I or entering apply now
is still busy from his parents, Mr. and Mrs. order to make the water, Ala., Mr.
all admissior fits. forms Jimmy
Dean's must submit Application may
Christmas, or something.Start Hayward Harvey and his have List, student must papers and take pre-regis. be secured from local Bailey, Mrs. Roger Bar-
sisters, Lettie and Pam earned grades equivalent nette Miss
of tration placement tests on county service officers or Mary Bailey
the off a B-plus or better '
new and
year January 3 in order to complete from college officials. Master Johnny Bailey
in all
Kendall and work '
right Subscribe to the Mrs. Chitty attempted during all of
: would like to wish you, the registration on the College officials have Sylacauga.
Wakulla News. daughters of Moultrie,Ga., quarter. The total
County Keepup
my readers a announced that they will be
very Happy scheduled dates. Both new
number
a few days last week making the list last
with what is going on in spent
New Year. counsel with
Hope things go and returning students will happy to any
with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse quarter represented ALL YOUR
the County. You might even real approximately FOR PRINTING
good for you in 67. receive academic advisingon prospective veteran stu-
get your name in the paper See you next year. Nazworth and family. the six per cent of January 4. dent, and to assist service NEEDS C4LLIS_
some day. .........e...... student body. officers In any way possi- THE lEit'n

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CLASSES AT Evening:; classes are o-
EVENING pen to regular
or full-time
\\ COUNTY,NEWS DECEMBER 19 1966 COLLEGE
AREA GAME HARVEST I I CHIPOLA JUNIOR students as well as to teachers -
29, 1961 In the Circuit Court of the Second ; enrolled for _
THURSDAY DECEMBER REPORTED I 1
TOTALS need certifi
Board of Commissioners I teachers who
-- Judicial Circuit In and The County of Wakulla I Area cation
------------------- purposes and
For Wakulla County Florida.In Florida met this date In Crawfordvllle with the follow- Panama City Fla., -The : college-level certlflcatlor part-time students. other

Chan;ery. No. 1404. ing present: Willard Carter Chairman; George Young, Northwest Florida Region :.I are urged to take advantage Included In the
.1 Modern Homes Construction Vice-chairman; William D. Walker and Ralph Strick- harvest for this year ,f of Chlpola junior Col- offerings are evening

WAKULLA I Company, a Florida Plaintiff corporation, land Commissioners; Moody Pearce, Clerkw.R. Taff, has game reached 1352 deer, 220 i i lege's schedule of evening Accounting General Elementary Bio-
Sheriff. 4492 squirrels classes for the semester
wild turkeys, I logy Introduction
COUNTY NEWS v. The minutes of the last meeting were read and ap- 3208 quail,910 ducks, beginning with registration Processing, to Data
Amos Green and Eula M. Green according tot ; Engineering
proved. wild hogs, 5 '', on January 5,
625
his wife 638 dove, Graphics I, Freshman
r ,
S-SS01 English -
Telephone WAlnut Defendants. Motion bynCommlssloner Strickland to approve County bear, 2 geese 1 bobcat and Dr. Ned L. Haven, presi- (communlcatlonskUlsj),
i Tax Deed to John G. Hudson was duly seconded and to the
9 coot according Literature of the
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE dent.All Bible,
college
17
carried. of the \
I ?FORECLOSURE SALE Game and Fresh Water American History since
@ Motion by Commissioner Strickland approve the official Fish Commission hunt courses scheduled to meet l 1965 Humanities
I Notice is hereby given that the bonds of County Commissioners elect, James C. managers who report from during evening hours are Physical Surveyof
Science
I undersigned, Moody Pearce Taylor and Hugh McCallister was duly seconded by the lOpulblc game manage- fully approved for certifi- eral Gen-
Clerk of the Psychology, Educa-
Circuit
Court of the Flo-
Commissioner and carried.A by
Young each Monday. cation purposes
ment areas tional
Wakulla County, Florida, will, of Psychology, Surveyof
resolution offered Department
Commissioner
by Walker that harvest rida State
HARVEY..I EDITOR on the 4th of The weekend Social Science and
1967 Effective
day
January
J. D. will begin -
I would authorize the panacea Chamber of classes
Commerce to December Education.
at 10:00 o'clock A.M. at the through Sunday, weekof Speaking.Further .
CravrfordvilU, Florid\ front door of the Wakulla County officially supervise, maintain and operate. the panacea 18, was: St. Regis,4 squirrels meeting during the information Including -
end on
Entrd a t Docks was not seconded. 9 and
Black- January
Courthouse at Crawfordvllle and 93 quail;
Subscription class schedules
t. second class matttr. Florida, offer for sale and sell The Board approved the vouchers before them and dir- water, 5 deer, 3 turkeysand May 2. All except labora- be secured by can
rate: $3.00 per year. at public outcry to the highest ected that warrants be Issued In payment therefor. 63 quail; Eglin, 125 tory courses meet for three the Registrar's office.contacting

bidder for cash, the following There being no further business coming to the attention deer and 50 hogs; Gaskin, hours per evening,. from
described property situate in Wa of the Board the same was adjourned the mo- 3 deer, 10 squirrels and 6:30 to 9:30: p.m.

kulla County, Florida, to-wit: tion of Commissioner Strickland. 47 quail Apalachee, 14i
;
If You geed Begin at the Northeast cor- attest; APPROVED: quail, 47 ducks and 31

Office Supplies ner the of the Northwest Southwest Quarter Quarterof Moody Pearce, Clerk Williard caner, Chairman doves; Liberty, 7 deer, 2 O

Office Furniture (SW1/4 of NW1/4)) of Section turkeys and 80 squirrels!
Business Machines Eighteen ((18)), Town- ,. Leon-Wakulla, 8 deer and
Sea or Call ship Three ((3)) South, Range THE 2 turkeys; Aucilla, 20 deer,
One ((1)) West and run East a 11 turkeys, 50 squirrels
RANEY WHALEYat distance of two hundred 100 ducks and 12 hogs

twenty ((220)) feet; thence i FAJEtM Telogia Creek, 8 deer, SPECIALS FIW' SAT.,
CAPITAL OFFICEEQUIPMENT South a distance of one hundred turkeys, 40 squirrels, 1!
CO. ninety-eight (198) feet; FRONT'BY quail and 21 hogs; Point
thence West a distance of two Washington, 9 deer, 17 tur-,
hundred twenty ((220)) feet; DOYLE CONNER keys, 84 squirrels,86 quail, FRYERS. . . . LB. . . 29tf

102 223 E. S..JHTERSOS ADAMS one thence hundred North a ninety-eight distance of COMMISSIONERFLORIDA 44 ducks and 38 hogs. T-BONE . . . LB. . . 792
((198)) feet to the Point of Beginning DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA ; containing one ((1)) Medical ULmpicCoverage NECK BONES. . . LB . . 23tf

acre, more or less. Someone asked me the If we only glance at the by A.UA GIANT FAB. . . :. . . 79tf
This is the same propertyas gross farm Income, It may
other day If Florida farm- and logistics -
conveyed to mortgagor ers would make as much well appear that a farmeris Altitude, enteritis expected to MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE. LB . 79tf
WILLIAMS herein by Warranty Deed of rich. But are problems
HENRY really getting
Franklin F. Creen and his money In 1967 as they did we must remember that the be encountered by the medical OREO COOKIES..6t OZ--------.29
REALTYReg. wife, Pearl Green, dated A- In 1966. The best answer I and training services committee -
also has
pin 4th. 1964 and recordedin could come up with was, farmer expenses American Medical CAN MILK. .2 FOR..35
Official Records Book 5. That all depends. and his net income" Is his Association of the in preparing for BORDENS .

Real Estate Broke, the.'age Clerk 253 of in Circuit the Office Court of, wer There to such Is no aninquiryThemany simple ans- 'take-home At the beginning pay. of the the 1967 Pan American and BANANAS. . . . .2 LBS..252

St. Marks fla. Wakulla County, Florida. variables involved In year, it appears that the 1968 winter and summer Olympic -
Herein described propertyto gross Income will continueat games
Phone HI 1 the complex agribusiness
be known that certain Merritt H. Stiles MD Spo-
as a high level. However, SELECTION OF SHOTGUN
cannot always be held In WE HAVE A GOOD
parcel of land upon which steadily increasing pro- kane, Wash., committee! chair-
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES Modern Homes Construction line the way we prefer duction costs, particularly man said "There is no specific SHELLSMONEY
Company erected a shell- them. risk attached to the altitude itself -
all
labor and feed, In probability -
house for We had some major problems -
tssociate :
: 'ype mortgagor will the and competitors will be
W. M. .Hatcher. Sr. herein. The mortgagor here- this year, and I wouldbe farmer's profit depress margins.His in no greater danger than they ,
in warrants that this is the less than truthful if I with WE SEll
Phone '3t 6-3201: net Income therefore would be in competing:
,
first and only encumbranceon failed to SlY: we will experience ORDERSSHOP
this property. those same ones Is likely to decline in 1967. equivalent effort at sea level. IT LERSI

pursuant to final decree of fore again in the new year. As for the 1966 problems Medical personnel for the
ATKINSONELECTRIC closure entered December 13, Farming has had phenomenal which we expect to encoun- games he said, include three
1966, in the above styled case success in this state ter during 1967, we can physicians, two nurses, and 10
SERVICE pending in said Co int.Mooty during the 1946-66 period. group them into three a- trainers for the Pan American

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Pearce In fact, our rate of agri- reas; ad valorem taxes, (games; two physicians one LOCALLY AND SAVE.
Clerk of Circuit Court cultural growth exceeds farm labor, and agricul- nurse and two trainers for the
Wakulla County, FloridaBy Games and
tural winter Olympic
of other in Imports. PIGOTT'S STORE
ALL rms: u'i'LiiNCES RFPURED HI Beatrice Dug er that any state
: !:
two
based nurses
four
the nation. Taxes on specu- physicians
ILECTRICU. HIRING LID RFP4IRS Deputy Clerk Farm income in Florida lative value rather than and 10 trainers for the Mexicc MEOARTA
SEAL
LKtNSrD:: FLECTRICUN 12-22-66.) has tripled since the mid- land use can drive thestate's City Olympic Games.

R. W. ATKINSON 40's. It was just under the biggest Industry out
one-billion dollar mark In of existence. Agriculture
CR\III'ORD\ILLE. fU 1965, and preliminary data will be looking to the State
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PIIO\E: 96l-: 391 Day or :Night Indicates it will exceed Legislature for built-in
L safeguards to prevent unfair -
one-billion dollars for the

..::--0-". 1'1. 1966 year. ad valorem taxes. :
TERRY HARRIS C; .. a :t II In talking with econo- The farm labor predict- (
: 't\ :d mists, I have learned they ment may become very !
are not all In agreementwith critical within the first few
hutise Miring. : aAppiiancp fn :\ ; their predictions con- months of the new year. W
RepearArsuElectric'aJanketa a.Bi Shortages of qualified help
cerning economic condI- vIl /
Forgive us our debts. the harvest ;
: : -Matt. 6:12)) tions during the next 12 during period I
months. Most of them do will cause some crops to
Why is forgiveness so important agree, however, that con- rot in the fields.
Route I. Box 34 ? Why did Jesus putso sumer Incomes will remainat Another problem is this: f

Sopclioppy, Florida' much stress on it? Forgiveness a high level.Although What will the grower do
'Phone '0-22342 is important because it we can expect when the demand for wages

is a way in which we can express the demand for agricultural exceeds his already small AT

'LOSE WEIGH( r safeiywTtl greater love, divine products to increase, profit margin? His crops,
Dex-A-Diet Tablets Only love. Our human love finds it primarily because of con- too, will have to be left in

980 at Wakulla.PharraaY.WANTED easy to love those of whom we sumer purchasing power the field unharvested.Then .
approve, but we should makean stability and the Influx a: there is another

white effort to love enough to new residents,the increase side of the story. What will I ALFORDSCHEVY
: Elderly forgive those who have been perhaps will be at a lower the laborer do for a living
needs housekeeperand
woman unloving toward us. God says rate than it was for 1966. If the grower cannot meet
cook to live In with her. "As you forgive! so are you There Is an old saying unreasonable demands for
Prompt pay. Apply to Com, forgiven." that "figures don't lie; wages?
panion, BOX 366, Tallahassee however, only one side of There may be trouble a-

Florida. the ledger cannot give an head, even though the grower -
3IC-12/15.22.29. accurate account of the and the laborer reach

:.... .farmer's Income. -_ an amiable_ agreement, ofworking ; Y LAND
Tallanassee conditions ana
Husiness Firms
wages. If this nation per-
.
mits increased Imports of

agricultural commodities 2323 N. Monroe St., Phone 385-2181
I DIRECTORY which are lowerpricedthan

our domestic-grown:

crops, what avenue can the
farmer take if he
L I cannot
PATRONKE: TIESE ADVERTISERSF meet the unfair competi. Lot 1 1-2323 Monroe OK SPECIALS Lot 2-1414 S. Monroe

tion? Phone 38521811962Corvair.$695 Phone 222-5656

R M reckoned Mother with Nature has to be backed byALFORD'S 1964 Chevrolet. $1495
,also.We
can ". Ton Plck-Up with Covered
O. I. GRAMLING talk about that problem and Mania. 4 Or. Sedan. Radio, Box. Like New.
1J even control Hour. 4 Speed Tranemlulon Chevrolet. $695
1960
FEEDSFlint it to a point, Luifin" Rick.
& CO but she still has the last 1962 Buick $1195 42 YEARS Impale HI.ter IDeor and Automatic Hardtop Trans Radio..
word. Special. IDoar Radio million.
River Mills One-Stop Service for So, even though condi- Heater made Air Tranimtiaton.Conditioned. Cxtra Auto OF SERVICE 1965 |IMPALA $2195.

2015 8. Monroe 877-1155 FEED'SEEDFERIILIZERPOULTRY tions look pretty good right Clean 1 One Owner Car. Low e-Door'Sedan. factory Air Automatic Condltlonlnf.
Mlleat' Radio Heater
F-R-W. Ranch & Garden Center SUPPLIES now for a banner year for 1965 Comet. $1895 I TrinimUilon and Power

826 W. Gaines 224.7197BakerAlford GARDEN TOOLSSo. lot Florida reached farmers the,day we when have Cyclone.Heater and Door 4-Speed Hardtop,'al= 'Pontiac 2+2 $2495

Adann at S.A.L.R.R. we will don. One Owner Radio. Heater, Automatic Power
Crowing count our chickens 1960 Chevrolet. $695 PLENTY MORE Steering.!
Co. before they hatch. .-......r Station Wagon I Cyl, BOTH LOT OPEN TILL 1966 Chevrolet. $1795
Light Weight and Regular Phone 11 .:u12 radio heater air conditioned 1'01YOUR CONVENIENCE"1'00: PM 4-Door Sedan, standard thlft.
Tit Pads HOUM" Concrete Blocks 1962 Tempest. $595 Famous OK Quality and I1"-
Anything for your auto, truck: Radio heiter 1964 Ford . $1395Vt.
or tractor. Also for your powe Hanson, Wood andHocllnd.lnc. automatic tranimlanon. Extra 1-Y ear.W Warranty ?.. paeeenger nation
lawnmower and much: for you 1hE Old1e / CI..n. LONG TRADES.Ion.4.D radio, beater, gtandard
boar. 1964 Ford $1395
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208 N. Adam St. Ph. 222-3380 S. Adam St. at 4-PoinU Galaxla 800. Door Hardtop, EASY TERMS 1962 Chevrolet. $895
Tel. 222-5840 P. 0. Box 661 Thu one owner car le equipped Station Wagon I cylinder 4-DR
e with radio. heater and auto. PLENTY MORE 1 Standard shill.
malls trirumlMlon, extra clean
e I'r' 1961 Chevrolet. $895 f1960Thunderbird$695 radio
< ( .... TranimlMlon.
( ( Puienger Station Wifon. 4 ALFORDCHEVROLET heater
t : Door, V-f rectory Air Condi
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l. 1-Door Hardtop.
Yaeger Jnc Little Folks Store !ft__ .' "- tin,. Radio Htater. AutomaticTr.namiaston Chevei $1495
"<. t Power Brakes and 1964 Ie .
Inc. Malibu I 1-Door Hardtop 4-Srteed
1119t161"3n'B' k CO. TranemlMlnn. radio I and 'hater.
"The Capital's UIC . $1095 |
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Major for Minors"CAildren'1 ho burns up Special v. Radio. Heater, 4 IN AN ALTORD condition.
JII4A1rfJlI.C' and Bond Furitnrt, Toy, the road often lands in the Dr.million.Sedan. and Automatic Trent- CAR 1964 Chevrolet $1395
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry his parents. Mr. Yeomansliaabeenpro- in -certain 'types ot cases THUWBOAt, DfiGfiMBBft 29, 19r
Kendall and 3 children hada moted to Supervisor of eliminates the inconven- --------------------
few days vacation in their The annual Christmastree State Road work in this a- iences and hardships pre- Welfare Aid-1975
7 Riverside home and went service was held Fri rea, taking the place of Allen viously Imposed on veter-
T Tr on to Marianna to spend day evening at the Methodist Davis, who has retired ans by requiring them to An estimated.2 million per-
/ : few days with Mrs. Ken Church. The choir gavea after more than 30 years report for V A examinationswhen sons will receive aid in meeting
dall's Mother.We beautiful cantata 'Love with the state Road Dept. they have already their regular living costs- as
Transcending' which was submitted an adequate compared with just under 8
are glad to report much enjoyed. Miss Bev- Mr.and Mrs. Ronald statement as to their phys million in 1965 according to a
that Ralph Brown is show- erly Tully was at the organ Langston and children of ical condition from a pri- recent study of the Tax Foun-
Ing some Improvementfrom and Miss Lewayne Rodden- Huntsville, Ala., spent vate physician. Dixon said dation, Inc. And state-local
a stroke he suffered berry at the piano and gavean Christmas with his parents.Mr. this change also produceda spending under this phase of
Nov. 27th. He is still at outstanding performance. and Mrs. Amos Langs- savings to the govern- public welfare is anticipatedto
Tallahassee Memorial Lewayne had made a ton, and her parents In ment by reducing the num- increase from 1965 levels o'
Hospital and Mrs. Brown plnata" for the younger Blountstown, Fla. ber of V A examinations re- $-1.1 billion to $5.4 billion by
has been spending most of children, filled with can- quired. 1975.
her time in Tallahasseeand dles and nuts. The child- Dixon urges all veterans, The report states that although -
1 1ftik staying with her nice ren poke at this until it VA TO PERMIT GREATERUSE in securing medical state the number of those receiving -
Terryss Kilbourn. bursts and spills the treatsto OF PRIVATE menta for submission to old-age assistance i?
the floor where they PHYSICIANSSt. I the VA, to be sure they are projected to decline by 375.001(
scramble for them. After- adequate, going Into detailon by 1975, this decrease will bi
Mr. and Mrs. Simbo ward the WSCS served Petersburg, Fla. findings of the physicianand more than offset by an esti
Brooks of Tallahassee hada punch and Christmas cook- M. T. Dixon of the Fla. findings of the labora- mated rise of 1.54 million persons
family dinner gatheringon ies. Dept. of Veterans Affairs, tory reports. in the aid to dependent
Sunday, December 22,
announced today that VA children category.
to honor his father, Sim We welcome a new fam Regulations have been __
Brooks on his 84th birthday ily from Tallahassee, Mr. changed to permit greateruse
Another son, Hodge, and Mrs. W. l. Yeomansand of private physicians'
who is stationed in Alaska, Sylvia. They are livingin statements in lieu of VA SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS. TODAY. II
was home recently to visit the Clinton cox home. examinations. This change

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BRIDE OF GLENN WAYNE FORRESTERMiss dollars! '
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Sylvia Kaye Brown became the bride of Glenn a 9.
Wayne Forrester on Sunday afternoon December 18th, ,
in the Lake Ellen Baptist Church of Medart. She Is the ; $.'
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Fred Kirkland of Medartand \ ;
the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. MCLaughlin wia
of Medart. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Carl For-
rester of Columbia, Alabama.
The Rev. P. G. Elrod, pastor of Lake Ellen Baptist
Church, performed the double ring ceremony. A back-
ground of native greenery was used to form an arch of
lighted candles. Baskets of white gladioli and mums
and native greenery was used to form an arch of lighted -
candles. Baskets of white gladioli and mums and
native greenery in the windows completed the decora-
tions. A lace covered orieu dieu was used centered before -
the altar.
The bride was given 1- Larry McGriff of Columbia r
marriage by her grandfa was best man and Bill 5
ther, A. J. McLaughlin c Sicken of Columbia, Ala-
Medart. She wore a floo: jma, and Morris Brown,
i length empire A-line gowrof Bother of the bride Me-
silk peau de sole with art, were ushers and
aetachable capulate chape ghted the candles. Robbie
r rain. The bodice had anc ouden, cousin of the bride,
val neckline and long tapered das ring bearer.
sleeves and the froi Randy Anderson of Bris-
of the gown and the trai 1, Florida, sand "Beause -
were accented with Alen *, "More", and the

con lace embroidered with Wedding Prayer",accom- -TIME advertising to suit the buying habitsof
Graham your
seed pearls. Her Queen's panied by Mrs.
crown edged with pearlswith Morrison of Medart at the

low insets had elbow piano.: prospective customers. To get the right
length bouffant silk illusion The bride's parents and your
eiling. She carried a bou. grandmother, Mrs. A. J.
quet of miniature carna McLaughlin, held a recept results sales-wise the right merchan-
tions and an orchid atop a ion in the social room ol present
white prayer book. the church following the
Miss Sue McLaughlin, wedding ceremony. Mrs.
dise at the right time.
aunt of the bride from Me Janet Russ MCLaughlin
dart, was maid of honor. presided over the Bride'e
Book. Assisting with the
Bridesmaids were Miss
Sharon White, cousin of the reception were Mrs. Jamie advertising where most people
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bride, and MissouidaHarvey McLaughlin, Mrs. your
cousin of the bride. Smith, Mrs. Homer Har-
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of the bride, was flower den, and Mrs. P. G. Elrod. start
girl. The attendants wore After a wedding trip to
full length Identical gownsof South Florida, Mr. and
will make
American Beauty Chiffon Mrs. Forrester .
and pillboxes trimmed with their home in Auburn, Ala-
bama, where both are stu-
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SOPCHOPPY ,
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Mrs. Louise C. Sapp Bonifay, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
readers.
Faulk of Panama City art The J. L. Davis and Luke
spending the holidays with Bass families of Moultrie
her mother, Mrs. Shelt a vaca-
Roddenberry. Ga.tion, are at spending their Riverview -BACK UP your advertising with courteous service -

homes.
Mrs. Florida Roberts is
the holiday guest of her son, Ray Revell, son of Mr. and sound values. For day-to-day results
Chief justice B.K. Robertsand and Mrs. R. P. Revell ii
Mrs. Roberts, and few days at his
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daughter, Mrs. Inez Yentin trailer spending home, with his fam and long-pull success, you can't beat this combination -
Tallahassee. ily. Ray is in the Navy and
stationed at Jacksonville,
Christmas guests of Mrs so gets home often. !
Annie Harms and Mr. anc .
Mrs. Walter Harms were Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rev-
Mrs. Harms' daughter, ell and son from ocala
Mrs. J. F. Kilbourn and Christmas with his
family of Panama City, the parents.spent .: : '
Zanco and Rogers families
of Tallahassee. Mrs. Gretchen Everhart
spent a few days visiting a
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70 Pounds By '70 Accidents Don't "Just Happen"More


Plastics Set Rapid"It Pace In New Cars t1? y children die every year from accidents than from

the next three causes of death combined: cancer pneumonia
took 25 to get 35 excellent
years processing characteristics
and congenital malformation Yet as many as nine out often I
pounds of plastic Into a car, but high stiffness low as
warpage accidents could be prevented if parents knew what :
the should double to and u
1970 llgure
by atresscrack resistance-qualities Ot-I causes accidents I and how to avoid them Because accidents
70 pounds Some Detroit men put that have resulted in parts on ,lust ,., I,
appro.
estimate as high as 100 lbs. a with better "
Y 7- the or equal performance t These are the conclusionsof
.. / 1 '- car;' according to Leonard Baran at, in most cases, equal or lower a year-long study by theChildren1
central district sales
ski manager
l for Enjay Chemical Company. En cost.Most of the plastic innovations By Mary Whitman Center of!Boston Hospital that Medical are In-

\ jay is one of the leading polypro over the past five years have gone "Rubbings" with crayon can cluded !in its widely acclaimed -S
pylene plastic suppliers. to the unnoticed because they've unerringly keep the children out of mischiefand 'Accident Handbook'that
automotive industry.Polypropylene met the demand for add to their enjoyment of has just been issued in
ytrz a relatively new. quality in design and operationthat life an enlarged edition as a 25<
plastic has been a major contributor have come to be expectedin Nursery and grammar school Dell Purse Book.

to this recent growth. It Is today's new cars. An excellent artists will have a good time"catching" Most accidents, the study
the lightest plastic made; yet, it example of this quality in per. the textures of their revealed, are triggered by a
possesses unusual strength, rigid. formance Is the PP cowl kick world with crayon rubbings. The chain of simple everyday
ity and temperature resistance. panel with the built-In louvered crayon is used flat side down events and family situations.Six .
Since 19hO, when it was Intro. vents. A single unit, molded in label off White sketch paper is of the most common are:
duced to the car makers in time one operation, it did away with placed over an object a brick,
used in dome light lenses 1. When family members Handbook"
to be the The "Accident
problem of shoe scuff marks,
leaf, of metal screen
a a piece
connectors are hungry ai in She hour take
and electrical on some recommends steps to
peeling and unsightly cuts that and the is
would do
crayon
year end models, its poundage has occurred with the previous ma- rubbed hard over the paper to preceding mealtimes should accidents occur to a
increased more than 50'o annually terial. In addition, the one-piece the Sidewalks 2. When family membersare child, describing first aid
get Impression. .
About 950000 Ibs went into 19bl: fired measures for bites, bleeding,
mold also eliminated a costly all
baskets and frosted glass can
cars; an average of approximately burns cuts poisoning, fractures -
assembly operation. 3. When the mother Is ill
-
be rubbed. Rubbings serve a purpose
'1\ Ibs per car. Some 28 million and other specific types
In another instance, a PP part The picture of how an object about to menstruate or pregnant
lbs. will be used in 1966 cars, and of accidents It clearly illustrates -
weighing two lbs. replaced a four, feels under his fingertips
lbs. is
more than 38 million expected mouth-to-mouth resuscitation
,
\s to be needed in 1967. Thereare lb. part, made of. another plastic I satisfies a child. 4. When the mother ifruihed. and provides a page
strong indications that within in an under.the hood application But rubbings have other uses for important telephone num-
10 years 300 million Ibs will be With less weight to carry the car too. Often the result is a hand- 5. When the child Is in the bers vital to parents and
required in the sleeker safer makers in many cases, were ableto some paper for wrapping small car of an unfamiliar personor baby-sitters at accident time
models of 1976. reduce the size of the sup. gifts Then too, the rubbings can someone too young to be "Accident Handbook" I is the

u I Many of the 1967 cars will uti- porting parts. serve as background for drawings responsible. first of a series of "Publica-
lize PP in totally new applications. Another sizable PP market Boys often like to make rub .8. When the family moves' tions for Paients" announced

For example, Chevrolet, Buick, exists in the automotive replace. bings of coins, medals and keys, or fakes a trip, and strange bv the Children's Hospital I
.f4 Oldsmobile and Pontiac will use a ment market. Parts like: batteries bringing out fine detail and keep surroundings plus a changein Medical Center of Boston and
new PP air conditioner blower that must be replaced ing the Impressions In a scrap daily routine make children Dell Publishers A literal life-
wheel; another General Motors' three or four times in the life of book. especially vulnerable to saver no parent should be
model will have a one.piece rear a car; battery vent caps; and These and more change.of-pace danger."A without one.the .
package shelf injection molded litter bags. This area accounts art ideas are to be found in a new
from PP; American Motors has for almost 44 million Ibs cf PP set of Creative Painting books re
HOw 10 FEED: THE WOULD converted its heater housing from each year. leased, by Whitman Publishing

another plastic and will introduce And the growth of PP for auto. Company of Racme Wis., and
HUH "ill the world he fed in the year 2000 with i, more economical one and one motive purposes doesn't end here. soon to be found In creative art the Old 7iz& Old 1tn&p

estimated 6.1 billion ? quarter lb. PP unit; and most of New business will come from centers at local variety stores.
people
an
the new station wagons CM interior parts such as: door Crayon etching is a fine juvenileart ('
C<<]. W (Cook: <(<:.liairnian General: Foods Corpora Ford Chrysler and American panels, trim strips, headliners, explains a beginners' book. o\\

lion speaking at the 71st Congress: of American: Industry Motors will have PP cargo the outside shell of bucket seats, The child applies crayon thicklyto II ''I tl
panels that are color matched and glove boxes with the integral, white paper. Then he covers
in New ork. said, The driving force of our with the exterior finish of the long.life PP hinge. Experimentsare them with a thick coat of black \ ''Q \

and be wagons Other models will\ use as being conducted on fender crayon Next he cuts through. ''re
private e,lerprise organizations can, must,
bestos filled PP in one-piece radi- filler plates the wall betweenthe "Use edge of spoon or a nail QIf
brought:; increasingly to hear on this vital problem ator fan shrouds for the first time front wheels and the motor. the book advises. As he tool

,\nwriC'3n agribusiness ha the: skills to do thejOll In 1967. The automotive Industry In the safety area, the arm rests through the black topcoat, i "'- t
takes more than half the total may be redesigned to make them bright pattern appears beneath.lie borrower is a man who "Price ceilings are back-

ill partnership! with government. asbestos/PP production which is collapsible on Impact. By using can also try "wax resist'He tries to live within your when hear the price you
He fluted that government and business must about 20 million pounds a year. PP to honeycomb the Internal draws with crayons, then ap- you "
The 1966 cars used PP In more portion, the arm rests will still plies water color. Or he can draw means. hit the ceiling.
recognize the vital role each must plan for accomplishing than 50 different Injection molded retain their basic strength when heavily with a pencil on a sheet

our national goal of and security" applications. These applications leaned upon but if a passengeris of wax paper over white paper.
peace include: cowl: kick panels, heater thrown against them they will When the wax topping is thrown
lie added. ,\11(1 if America's food industry, from ducts accelerator pedals, radio collapse to reduce the possibility away he brushes watercolor over --

farm through distribution, is to take on the formi. grills and steering wheels. In the of Injury. And for the luxury cars, the paper and his drawing "mag-
fire walls of many of today's cars a rear seat executive folding table ically" appears M.CCLENDON
dalde tusk of carrying know-how. around the world, flame retardant PP clips are used. which also utilizes the PP hingeIs After a few easy experimentshe FUNERAL

then some major revisions! will have to be made in More than 200,000 lbs of PP go being considered. develops his own Ideas.
into this application annually. PP Who can tell! An all plasticcar That's the start of art at any HOME
some alarming and growing concepts now prevalentin has had this wide acceptance be. in every garage may not.be age
cause of its low specific gravity, too far in the future
Washington, as to how free enterprise works best. 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE

"The present trend' toward ever more limitationof

free enterprise by government control will haveto Comfortable Maintenance 2: PHONE '

he reversed. The freedom and incentive to plan 3S5-II6I Tallahassee ; Fla.

and to operate which has made us the outstanding'have' Window Seat Takes Big e

nation in be extended rather - -
history must : -

than curtailed if we are to lead the 'have not*' out Comes Back: Budget Bite I

of the misery and insecurity which threaten: thesecurity .

of the entire world," :Mr. Cook concluded.: The old-fashioned house that to It homeowners will come that as no house surprls expenses

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many todays adults grew eat up the largest proportion -
4-il Club Health WinnersSix up in had some charming and of their family budgetsIt's think ahead
serviceable features
that fell
estimated that a hefty 30(
of the more than 600,000 teen-airers taking part in this by the wayside in the rush percent of the average budge

)ear's 4-II Club health program have won educational scholar toward modern architectural goes Into home ownership and

ships for their outstanding achievements styling. maintenance. Checking ac

The six national winmrs, chosen from among state health Among them were the catch- For this reason, qua 11 t : counts offer many advantages. They save you

winners who traveled: to Chicago for the forty-fifth annual 4-II all kitchen pantry spacious equipment and building mate.

Club Congress November 27- >ember 1, received their $500 entrance halls high ceilings rials that keep maintenance U time when you pay by mail. You have an
and the comfortable window
scholarships from the health program sponsor. Eli Lilly and a minimum are a wise Investment -
seat where youngsters could accurate check on your reserve. Start a check.
Company, of Indianapolis. curl up with a book or just
Those honored were Margaret Anderson, of Kigby, Idaho; gaze out the window and con Whether you're building ing account today. You'll be glad you did.

Kenneth. Clapp, VNhitsett, North Carolina; Connie S. Kloef- template life buying or remodeling, the fol-
lowing categories bear close
korn, Caldwell. Kansas! ; Thomas Metkowski Silver Lake, Mm- Some of these features needno
scrutiny for careful product
nesot Jrenda Ra: selection now is bound to save
Sell i ulna, Oklahoma. Many modern homeown you money In the future.

Th scholarships were presented at a banquet for national ers want to Incorporate them Heating Systems no mat

and state winners!! by Frederick R. Van Abeele, Ph.D., execu- Into their present houses, and ter what kind you choose, select -

tive vice-president: of Elanco Products Company a division of modern building materials are a high grade system and a
.
in some cases, making It
Eli Lilly and Company. possible water heater with sufficient a

The national 4-H health program is conducted by the Cooperative One example is the window capacity for full family needs.

Extension Service and is arranged by the national beat You can Install one in This will save service bills as I

4-H Service Committee This is the eleventh year that Eli Lilh your home simply and Inexpensively well as aggravation on cold
when there Isn'tenough
and Company has been: national sponsor as part of a stock mornings
heat or hot water,
wood window unit. It will add
Insulation full wall and
grace and decorative Interestas
ceiling insulation is well worth
FOR PRINTING SEE well as comfort and charm, the cost because It cuts down
The units which Include an I
heating bills and keeps the
optional window seat bow
are
; house warmer in winter and
r'klfrflllJ4 CCU//I7'//E14 c and bay windows of ponderosa
cooler In summer without
pine These are the elegant-
straining the heating air
4 or
I looking windows that curve or
,
:I conditioning Weather-
s systems.
1 1..1
angle outward. They are traditional -
... ,,'; _._... ..eli:_ with Colonial house tight windows and doors are
also essential for good insulation -
styles, and add a beautiful new

dimension to contemporary dows Stock are effective ponderosa because pine woodis win- SAVE TIME MONEY!
architecture. Outside they relieve -
a natural insulator, and because ,
the flat lines of exterior
wood windows factory
walls. Inside, they give wide are -
weatherstripped to keep
visibility and lots of sunshine Save hours of valuable time. Pay bills
1 r i and light heat In and drafts out your
Roof good roof is an
a
Interior window seats ar
built right Into these units. important consideration because by check. It's the safe, convenient way of
depend on it for
you
Decked with colorful cushions
comfort and protection. Heavy-

sitting they become or reading a comfortable bench Or weight asphalt shingles, those paying bills. Your cancelled checks provideyou

weighing 290 or more poundsper
you can use the uncovered seat

shelf as a decorative salting square, are an effective with legal proof of payment. Open a
weather
shield and carry an
for your favorite plants or
Underwriter's seal
brlck-a-brack In many instances Laboratory
a stock ponderosa pine for fire retardation. Most man- Bank checking account today. You'll enjoy

I panel door Is installed lengthwise ufacturers warrant their dur- .
the ability for up to 25 years Self- '
II under window seat to the advantages.
I form a rich-looking wainscot sealing types of heavyweight
effect. dangles, with a factoryappliedement
: that is activated by the
While stock bow or bay wooc. Drive-in or Lobby Facilities
sun to bond each shingle to the
windows with window seats re
one beneath, offer superior
store the charms of yesterday pro- Free Parking
tection against high winds.
they also offer modern advantages -
I Walls maintenance
They) are available
sidings, which do not require
with Insulating glass so the
I painting, save you periodic
window area and the room
painting costs and offer mini.
stay warm in winter and cool
mal maIntenance. These materials
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In summer For added visual
interest bows and bays can befitted can be kept new lookln-

with removable grills for washing years. with an occasion LEWISTAT DANKFlorida's

that snap on to give the win-
Foundation for
strengthand
ui..alwrzs. dow a small-paned look and
protection against water
.
snap out for easy window
washing. All units are chem- seepage poured or partial con-

FEDERAL I SAVINGS ically treated against weather cement crete U blocks more effective than 0Y :t'

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