Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: March 21, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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i Fire Law .
'Some.Statistics CourthouseIn .
Has Bite
On Smoking .
According ,to Wakulla County
This is the sixth of a aeries of
Sheriff W: R. Taff rewards of up '
answers to most-often-aaked questions The Middle ,
to $350 have been offered to any .
about the health relationship giving information that
of smoking and development person
and conviction
Heads to the arrest '
cancer., The series has been issued''of "" BABE
who wilfully breaks
by the Florida Division of the anyon
Florida Forest Fire Laws. r At Board MeetThe
American Cancer Society and is reprinted -
The Florida Board of Forestry
J. in this newspaper as a feature offers a reward of $250 and the Wakulla County Board of Commissioners at their
of'general public interest.
z. Readers desiring further information Florida Bankers Association a reward regular meeting :Monday night were read a presentment from
T>f $100, that can be paid to
about cancer control subjects of the the Grand Jury pertaining to repairs of the courthouse.
except employees
are requested to send their written Florida Forest Service.; Following this a letter of commendation was read from
inquiries direct to the state Divi The law further states that anyone the following Circuit Court Judges: Ben C. Willis, presiding
lion of the American Cancer Society '
44 ._ 416 Tampa Street, Tampa 2, who wilfully sets fire on lands, :; :, e, ':;_,. Y Judge of the Circuit; Hon.. Hugh M. Taylor; W. May Walker;
him is -
not owned or controlled by
Florida. ; Guyte P. McCord, Jr.
liable to a fine ot up to $1,000 or \
1. Q. How many people smoke in .
one*to three years in prison, or -- '' In the Grand Jury presentmentthe
The Editor
the U.s. Letter To
both. People who set fires through following items were listed:

A. About 69 million. An estimated carelessness are liable to a $200 For: Our Young Peopleof 1. Any and all necessary repairs

two million teenagers fin or up to 90 days in jail, or both. 'I Wakulla County: and painting to the outside of said

: are added to their In the year 1962, Wakulla Coun- Y E x ')F CARRA BELLE HARBOR FLO< = Jesus said, "Suffer little childrento courthouse building be completedas

ranks each year Estimated ty has had 69 fires, 7 of these were -- come unto Me and forbid them soon as possible and feasible.

"smoking bill", more than deliberately set, and 26 were care- not, for of such is the Kingdom of 2. That arty and all necessary repairs -

five billion dollars epr year. lessly !st. ,Lightning set 36 forest &T: _- Heaven." Although we may be to the inside of the court-' ,

2. Q. How many people smoke two fires. Most of the man-caused firesin grown up in age and size but in house building, including plastering.

packs of cigarettes a day? Wakulla County were caused by God's eye we are pnly a child and and painting be performed as soon
A. It is estimated that there God's and Jesus feasible. 3. That
carelessness, and if this alarming need care keeping. as possible and
are five million two-pack-a- number continues to increase, local -'- said, "If I go to prepare a place said courthouse building thereafterbe
day smokers in the U.S. -. Senator Lather Tucker, right and Captain W. S. Sehley. USCGA discuss the Carrabelle Harbor Project 1 t
about four cent of the law enforcement will be compelled with U. CoL Carroll Wood; of the U. S. Engineers at a public meeting last week in Carrabelle, Florida. for you, I will come again to receive kept clean and- in proper repair tat
per to apprehend all violators who you, that where I am ye may all times.

adult population... The proportion -I i cause.Carelessly set" forest fires. Sebring.Run -1 11 be also." Through His precious Excerpts from the Judge's letterare
varies considerablyby unlawful blood on Calvary's cross He follows "commendationsfor
Information concerning pre- as :
age and sex. In general, woodsburners can be given to any: Slated_SaturdaySEBRING THE HEART AT WORK 10 pared that Heavenly home for you the painting and other Improve

'I' the longer a person smokes, one in the local Florida Forest: Flav -Texas, always and for me. He shed His blood ments which have been completedin

the more he smokes pr day. Service Fire Control Unit, and it I ready to take on the world, will do {ID. f Yt that you and I might be saved from the rcent past to the CourtHouse

3. Q. ,Are there other causes of will be passed on to the proper just that in the famed Sebring 12- 3 :; our sins and prepare ourselves for and particularly the courtroom -

lung cancer besides smoking authorities.The I Hour Endurance Race: at Sebringon that Heavenly place in the Mansionnot . We are informed that
cigarettes T f made with hands. Oh how planning to do some addi-
Sheriffs office will treat March' 23. c. wa s lT kur'h sl t you are
A. Yes. Radioactivity in certain : woods burning like"any other viola- Among the field of 65 racing wonderful to think what a loving tional repairs to the exterior of the

mines produce lung' can- tion of the law and apprehend any- cars which will take the starter'sgreen Savior, that we can call Him our building and we wish to commend

.. cer. Chromates, nickel, hot one who violates these statutes. flag at 10:00 in the morning ..., _.. Elder Brother and God our Heavenly you for this and also express the
gases from tar, and dust will be two powerful\ Chaparralsfrom ttR asst Father. The price is already hope that this can be accomplished

from gas generators have Midland, Texas, anxious to ::4 & paid and the way is clear if we in the near future." .

also been shown to cause have another crack at the Ferraris,' i3k iii only heed it. My prayer is that The letter addressed to J. D.

lung cancer, And there may NOTICEWe Porsches, Jaguars, and Lotuses I ; we make our homes the sweetest Turner, chairman Board County

be other causes. However, wish to remind aH readersof from across the Atlantic.: place here on this earth and that Commissioners, was dated March

all together these account this newspaper that editorial These sagebrush speedsters,,, our Uses may be in our homes as 3, 1963.

for only a small per cent. of and advertising .. copy: powered by, Chevrolet engines, are flowers planted by the wayside, The Grand Jury was in sessionon
--- ; lung cancer case. deadline is Tuesday P.M. .prIMto EH strangrs; "'tor the Sebring-race that it may hloonv) as,a rose, pure March 4, 1963. '. -

\ -- 4. Q. Isn't city'smog'.worse than publication. Editor and its glittering internationalfield. and sweet. Our young boys and Painting has been done both on

cigarettei? They were here last year girls, how sweet their lives'are the first and second floors of the '

A. No. Air pollution plays a and a host of the imports took a when we look around about us and building and the outside \ of the

minor role in lung cancer; licking from them. k see them drifting down, how our building has been'painted. Effort

J but 75 per cent or more of I Watch For When the checkered flag fell-on I heart aches. has been made to stop the leaks

lung cancer couldbe pre- the 1962 race at 10:00 p.m., after My God, My God, may I plant. that have caused water damage to

vented if cigarette smokingwere '!Rabid CoonsJACKSONVILLEState 12 hours of blazing _speed around my life as the best I can before th second floor bf the building.

eliminated. Boardof the corners, hairpins, "esses", and my friends and loved ones, that Continued work is going on to

6. Q. Will a cigarette smoker live Health officials today said a. bends of the Se1>ring. S.2milecourse will be pleasing to Thee and livea bring about the necessary repairs.

as long as a person who does wave of rabid raccoons had movedup a Chaparral driven by Jim: life that we can call that Heavenly .

not smoke T Florida since I960, is now cen- Hall-and Hap Sharp was in,sixth -r M t I place, our home, where there Wakulla County -

A. Of American men aged 35, tered in the northern part of the place, and in hot pursuit of 'the will be no disappointments in '

41 per cent of tw "-paek-a. peninsula and. is beginning to edge winning Ferrari. Heaven, no worry, sorrow, or pain. Invited To Exhibit .

day smokers, as compared into Georgia. I Hall and Sharp will again be at Only sweet songs and loving re-

:with 23 per cent of non- Dr. James B. Nichols, director of the wheel of a Chaparral and will frain for all will be sunshine and At World's' Fair -

smokers, may expect to die [the board's Division of Veterinary have.. their teammate another gladness with never a sob nor a PALM BEACH, FU.-Each of

before age 65. hiblic Health, said ,the situation brace of heavy-footed chauffeurs, : < sigh Florida's 67 counties has been invited -

could spread to the panhandle; and Ronnie Hissom of Midland and Bob There will be no crepe on the to have an exhibit at the

also could to foxes. door, no funeral train in the skies.
spread state's
Donner of Colorado Springs.Few I 3.12 acre site during the
"One way of preventing' spreadto if any of the cars in this!. No graves'on the hillside of glory New York Worlds Fair in 1064,
Cancer Program humans domestic animals- will ----- for there we shall never no more '
or year's run for gold and glory, and 1965.
Above, Heart Exhibit earned Barbra Jean Jernigan First Prize in the old will
die. The be there
Research especially dogs and cats-is to have be faster than the Chaparrals.They young Letters have been sent tqUte
Steps Up Secion Division of The Crawfordville High School Science Fair last forever. Immortal will stand
every pet vaccinated against are bombs on the straightaway -week. we chairman of each county commission -
Because ,leukemia is a serious in His likeness as the stars and
rabies, he said. "Farm families I i
and the Sebring course pro-i by W. L. Stenigaard, executive -
killer disease of children-and arapidly sun to outshine what joy it will
should concerned. than stretch 'where
especially vides more one director of the Florida World'sFair
increasing cause of death Local authorities should also make a car can be given its head. be to withhold my Savior's face in Authority, with headquartersat

among adults-the American Can- every effort to have stray cats and i Aiding the Chaparrals in Amer-; that city of God. 307 Poinciana Plaza. .
Society is continuing to stepupits I With these few remarks I close
dogs rounded up. ica's most formidable bid for vic- In these letters, Stenigaard out-
programs of research in leu- "The normal of rabies will be almosta with the song so sweet There'snot I '
cycle a tory in many years : lined such facts as the sizes of
kemia and related investigations.. a friend like the lowly Jesus,
outbreak would be coon-dog-man, dozen Shelby AC Cobra Fords exhibit spaces, the cost involved

The, announcement was made this although cats are much more and Corvette Sting Rays. Both of A1 No, not one.- ] and other pertinent information for;
week by L. H. Peterson, Executive vicious than when rabid" he machines ERNEST PIERCE I.
dogs these vastly improved are the county commissioners to con
President of the Socity's Florida Smith Creek
Vice aid. "Of course, a coon can"bite capable of speeds in excess of 170 sider.

Division in Tampa.He that. the Na- a man but rabies is much more miles per .hour, and they will be :.. t The executive director, in emphasizing

also reported last allocatedmore rapidly spread by wild or stray driven by Americans who have to Revival Set At the diversity of exhifefU.j
tional Society
year "
research animals biting other animals. -yield to no one when it comes to pointed out that the Florida Citrus:
million for
than and$1 this under the Dr. Nichols said the wave of savvy and willingness to pour on Smith Creek Commission will be represented by
projects year
rabid coons which was clustered in the heat. -- a spectacular 100-foot high illuminated
recommendation of :
direction and south-central Florida in 1960 had Dan Gurney of California, long : ';fi; tower. The base of the tower::

.. the Society's Volunteer would National allocate spread over the entire peninsula in recognized as one of the finest of .9. '. will be a building GO feet in c1'Iai n.

Advisory Committee, 1961. In: 1962 the lower part of all Grand Prix drivers, will be in eter where individual members of:
million for the
another $2 pur- Florida was relatively clear while a Cobra, as will Fireball Roberts, the citrus have(
industry already
pose. For other vital fields of cancer $9.5- the upper portion ofthe peninsulais. mainly known as the greatest of all rr- reserved exhibit was.Stensgaard -
research: now showing the concentration.A stock car drivers. said that in prepar4ing
for thefiscally
million has been budgeted' meeting was held recently at One of the half dozen Sting Rays the contents of the letter he

ear. the .board attended by health de- will .be handled by A. J. Foyt, the was advised by Ebert Van Keasd,
dollars will be
The $2" .fellow who the Indian-
partment representatives from 15 big won
research chairman of the Palm Beach County -
I allocated under special upper Florida counties, the Game apolis 500 two years ago. He, too, Commission, and County Commissioner
r grants to "qualified and and Fresh Water Fish Commissionand will have an ace stock car drivers Lake Lytal, who- is vice
scientists in fifty top-rated re- representatives of the state of partner in a Sting Ray-
president of the Florida County
search centers in the nation. The Georgia. The situation was discussed Johnny Allen of N. Wilkesboro, Commissioner's Association. .
chosen scientists will use their special -
and the general opinion was Van Kessel and Lytal went over
talents in further exploring that inoculation of all pets, espe It will be of high interest to In detail the plans for "fabulous

cancer and leukemia phases dally cats and dogs, would be the racing fans to watch these, and a Florida's exhibit and were eathusJ-I
through concentrated studies and best approach at this time. Rabies score of other top American driven How Plant Breathe Exk&it was Jadged First Prfct ia th
This year's expanded Jailer DirULoa of Scieac Fair. Eric Mathfa was Ute builder.Control : astic about the grounds plan and
experiments. inoculation should; be given each pit their skill and daring
research in the leukemia field is I)"ear. against such men as Graham. Hill, Fire' I -A: were extremely helpful in our efy
forts to acquaint commissioners .
comprhensive ever to be driver county
the most Dr. Nichols warned'ci ens to present world champion Isabelle Forbes
revival will start at the Mt. throughout the state with
health A
conducted by a voluntary avoid all wild animals which appear Pedro Rodriguez of Mexico, Innes Urged HereThe "
It'is vitally important, too, Store Elon Baptist Church in Smith the proposed exhibit, Steasgaard
agency. I tame, ill, belligerant or which Ireland and John Surtees of England Florida Forest Service haS Manages
March 24 and
because up to now the cause of leu- I act strangely. No human rabies Hans Herrmann of Germany, urged landowners and those who Suwanee Store in Crawfordville Creek on Sunday March, 3L.
kemia has nbt yet been determined cases have been reported in Florida and Mauro Bionchi of Italy. continue- through '
live in rural to be of
has been areas extremely announce the change management Rev. Truman Grayannounced Aid i Asked For
and authentic cure #
no since 1948 but last 419 doses '
year fires- 18.- s
careful with effective Monday March that the speaker will be Rev. La-

found.Paradoxically there are groupsof of anti-rabies vaccine :was dis- The Forest Service baa reportd Mrs Isablle Forbes, who for thepast velle Waters, a former pastor of Leon CriJm :
tributed for humans bitten'-by ani that fir broke out of control has been in
scientists who .have advanced Card of ThanksWe on several years the First Baptist Church of Craw- Leon Crum and family of.Pana-
mals. This was to safeguard and burned over 6 acres of timber of the school lunchroom,
charge fordville. Services will start each
encouraging theories about : cea was completely burned out a
some against development of the disease wish{ express our thanks causing loss to the landowners. will now take over as manager .of '
the, disease. Many believe that because once it does develop, death and since! appreciation for all the Anyone who has land that they the Suawnnee Store. evening at 1:30. pan. few weeks ago saving nothing.
The public cordially invited. mad Mr.
when certain drugs or vaccines are U crtalh for human or animaL flowers, food and expressions of iwant to burn off are advised that Mrs. Forbes urges all of her Efforts are being by

found, which are effective in the'!. ,Counties represented at the sympathy given to us in our recent''''if ,they will call the Forest Service.friends and acquaintances to corn i i Crum to re-establish his horn and
of his friends making do.
prevention or cure of cancers the meeting were Putnam Alachua, bereavement. Your thoughtfulness. 1 that assistance will be gives so and see her. The Florida Public Utilities some are |
Nations of
breakthrough way come in leukemia. Clay, St. Johns, Levy; GHchrist, wiU.4w.ya be remembered.. that no breakouts will-occur Commission has ordered sharp re- goods or money.

; ,,: ; Columbia Union Nassau Baker, ,MRS. V. J. ALLEN, Persons-who*burn carelessly are r Jduetlons. in nighttime long-distance Anyone who wishes to contribute
to this do
worthy cause so by
Lake, Ftagler; Bradford, Marion and Family. ,subject to .fines for violation of 1 telephone rates between points in contacting John Pigott may or Leon

t "t'->: and Volusia Florida's Forest Fire Laws the state effective April 1. .Crum. '

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r t Thursday. March 21. 1963 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: News '
Notice is hereby riven of Intention to T.V. SALE CASH AND CARRY
apply to the 198 Session of the Florida
Y WAKULLACOUNTY Legislature for passage of an act relating For Farmers
f to Wakulla County of chanjlnf the

I NEWS mesh Ing a size legal on size fishing and permissive nets and UbUsb act and. High soil fertility, when coupled *cyw* TALLAHASSEE THEATRES 1 NEW 19" ZENITH PORT. WITH BASE

providing an effective date.LUTHER with good management, leads to a
io-... C. TUCKER ($30.00 Discount for Cash
better standard of living for to- )
Senator 5th DtstrtctBOBBY STATE
WAlnut 6.3301H' .
...: Telephone RUSS. i .
',day's farmers. .
Representative.WakuQa HBH BB HI Hi BH HHn
r County. j According to National Plant 1-21" RCA with NEW PIX TUBE $65.00

e i It Food Institute's Southern office Today thru Saturday Friday andJSaturday 1,21- ZENITH, EXCELLENT .OO.
NOTICE OF LEGISLATIONTO high fertility not oniy boosts
Virgin Kefchtley ..' .5 ."__ Editor WHOM IT- MAY CONCERN.: and Marshall Thompson '
Notice b hereby Liven of intention to crop yeilds cuts production 1-21" CAPEHARRT, AS IS (Good) 45.00
apply to the 1903 Session of the Florida costs, it promotes soil conservationas Laurence Harvey "EAST OF
Legislature foe passage of an act relating .
to Wakulla County authorizing the well. With high fertility, pas- KILMANJARO"Plus 1.1.17RCA, Like New : 50.00

I board of county commissioner of said tures grow leafier, thicker sods -
county to use secondary road funds to
Entered at Crawfordville,"Florida,, pave certain streets: providing an ef with stronger roots. Corn and Co-Feature P. O. Box 115 Phone WA.&9584 '

as second class matter. Subscription fective date. LUTHER C. TUCKER small grains produce more leaves, "A GIRL NAMED Dawn Addams
Senator. 5th District CRAWFORDVILLE, FLA.
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BOBBY RUss.Representative.. stalks, and stubble to protect soil
rate: $3.00 per year. materialsfor "ROMMEL'STREASURE"
and provide extra raw

1 It Wakulla County. organic matter. TAMIKO"M E. G. HAMMICKTallahassee

The late George Scarset in his

If You Need. last book, "Man and His Earth," I .
''TO" WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:.Notices stressed that heavy fertilization HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN .

Office Supplies hereby five nof intention to apply to of every" acre would virtually stop OUTDOOR ON WOOiVliLE HWY. COMPLETE
the 1M3 Sesslort of the Florida Leflsl
'. Business Machines t. hire for pasage of an Act pertaining to soil erosion. He said: "The veg- BBMKBOMBB

Office Furniture the AUocatton of the Race Track etative cover over pastures and FLORIST
Funds for rariou
county agencies.
See or Call Luther C. Tucker meadows would be like a Persianrug Friday and Saturday Tonight thru Saturday
: Senator 9th District and the earth from scars Insects 7:40
Bobby RuesRepceseatatlvo save Battle of the Flowers & Candy Inc. SERVICE

RANEY WHALEYat Wakulla Co. and destruction by erosion:" 7:30 Debbie Reynolds

But soil conservation is only one 'The Deadly MantIs -
of the benefits of high fertility.The .

CAPITAL OFFICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SECOND Institute points out that good 'The Spider" FEELING" "
EQUIPMENT CO. I FLORIDA, IN AND FOR WA management and use of fertilizercuts 10:20 9:20 :' r.
unit production costs
319 South Adams St. MID-STATE HOMES. ) per "Giant Leeches" Jane Fonda
INCORPORATED. 1 results in higher yields. These ., .
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE '
11:25 "PERIOD OFADJUSTMENT" Formerly Tillman's '
a corporation. ) ;
farmers a big- ...
FLORIDA 'Plaintiff. higher yeilds give -- ...
,ALEX NICHOLS and ger return per acre for every dol- / 'The Fly" 105. EAST JEFVERSON STREET -

IRENE NICHOLS. lar and hour devoted to crop pro- .. .
Ms wife. s-- -
Defendants. duction. .. -
Extra income helps pay
Shop 1
Dees Barber ,, TO WHOM FT MAY CONCERN: farm and home improvement new
Notice is hereby given pursuant to a
South Monroe I Final Decree of Foreclosure dated the cars and equipment, labor-saving
Zbteas I 1 in--Chancery--day of January.Case No.1963.-and of the entered Circuit kitchen appliances, and the com- ."ii&NE 224-5023 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA

and Boys HslrcuU I Court of the Second Judicial Circuit forts farm families desire. .
in and for Wakulla County. Florida =- \ or WA 6-3301 CRAWFORDVILLE
Plant Food Institute re
Owner in the above styled cause I will
DEE COOK, sell to the highest and best bidder for minds that improved soil fertility
cash at the front door of the Wakulla ,. I.
County Courthouse in Crawfordville. plus good management adds up to tr I 0 -
Florida, at 11:00 o'clock A.M. on the ,
nth day of April. 1963. the following a better standard of living for ,
described property in Wakulla County alike. ."
and .
as set forth in said Final Decree to- farmer consumer

.BABYSITTING Will care for, wit Begin: at. the point where the South ZeMO Great for WEIGH 'YOUR '
small children in my home for Boundary line of the right of State VALUEr"
Road No. 10 (Federal Highway No.
daytime .
working mothers, 319 intersects the West boundary line BIJISCltS
by appointment. Mrs. of that certain tract of land conveyed Minor
evenings to Gordon A. Nichols by A. B. [a
Jack Solomon Crawford vile, Taff. et ux and C. Taft ta'i by Zeroo a doctor1 formula liquid
deed dated October 14. 199C recorded or ointment, soothes, help heal at ALF RD CHEVROLET'S: 3-DAY
Florida. of the on public page 331 records of Deed of Wakulla Book 42 minor bums, cuts bruise Family 1LB.

County. Florida and run East I t antiseptic, eases .itch of surface:
the South boundary line of the right rashes, eczema teen- ge nhnnlm, lK .
of way of said State Road No. 10 I I, athletes foot. Stops scratching, so .
old number) the distance of fifty : aids faster healing. For stubborn
'50) feet thence run South seventy- cases,get Extra Strength Zemo. and OZ. SALE' 1A
Y WANTED five (79): feet thence run West fifty .
SALESMAN 'SO) feet to the West boundary 1 land : .
A RAWLEIGH BUSI- the above mentioned tract of" .
START conveyed to Gordon A. Nichols by A. I
NESS. Real opportunity now for B. Taff. et als. thence run North .
.along the West boundary line of said THECHRlstmn 'r.
permanent, profitable work tract of land seventy-five (73): feet Thursday March 21 !
: Wakulla Co. Write Rawleigh's, 'more or less; to the point of beginning ,
situate lying and being in the
Dept. FAC-220-29, Memphis, NF.i of SE'i of Section 3. Township .' 4
5 South. Range 2 West. \ Friday March 22 z i
Tenn. 1963.Dated this-day of January. A,D.. I ,

(Circuit Court MOODY Seal) PEARCE. SCIEnCfmOnlTOR SALE ENDS Saturday, March 23
Clerk of the Circuit Court"
INCOME FOR PART OR FULL -- : When The Alarm Rings .
Open 8 A.M. Until 9 P.M. Each Day :

Male or female, wanted for this FOR SECOND WAUKULLA JUDICIAL COUNTY CIRCUIT FLORIDA.IN AND I (We Don't Weigh The Car, We Weigh Your Wife. )

(are to service route for Sylvania I IN CHANCERY. CASE NO-. .:. ...... ,, '
!ft R.c.A. television and radio. .tubes WANDA KETCHENS "i R
cold through our latest modern, PLAINTIFFVS.. .. .. Accurate Sr I Feed or Starve Your Wife
method free self-service tube testing -, HORACE"KETCHENS s

'and merchandising units. Willt 'S.DEFENDANT.. . 'Then Her .1 mend WEIGH HER .:
( interfere with your present 'S. . Complete Bring
employment. To qualify you must DIVORCE .
have, $1,476.60 toJ2.953.20 cash NOTICE TO APPEAR '
available inventory THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: News
and equipment, investment Mr. Horace Ketchens 9
New Orleans. LouisianaYou
secured. Car.5 spare hours weekly are hereby notified that a suitor This
could net up to $6,000.00 per divorce' has been brought against Coverage Heaviest Wife! ; $198 J '
year in your spare time, should be you County.in the Florida.Circuit In Court Chancery of Wakulla by .

able to start at once. This company Wanda Ketchens. and you are hereby This Car (If is heaviest wife '. )
will extend financial assistance required to file with the Clerk of the e yours s
to full time if desired. Do Circuit Court your written appearancein Printed: jrt"
not answer unless fully qualified same said on suit Plaintiffs and to attorney serve a on copy or before of \ The man with the heaviest wife registered buy the '

for time and investment. Income the 4th day of April. A.D. 1963, BOSfpHipl car for,only $1.98 total price. No strings, tat's the
the Bill in this cause
Business Herein fail not or
should start immediately. '
will be taken pro confessor: ANGELESLONDON deal, one dollar and..ninety-e 9ht cents. Bring in your
set for Selling, soliciting,
up you. Witness the Honorable W. May Walker. -
or experience is not necessary. For. Judge of the said court and the wife (see schedule below). Weigh her on the official '
'personal interview in your city- seal thereof at Tallahassee. LeonCounty. scale. When the alarm rings sometime Saturday aft- r, .
of March.A. '
Florida this 4th day
'please include your Phone Number D.. 1963. ernoon, if she is the heaviest wife registered, YOU e .

sand WRITE: Moody Pearce Court get the car for $1.98. ..(Husband must be qualified to .fir -.
6267 NATURAL BRIDGE Wakulla County. Florida I Year $22 6 Months $11 buy a car under Florida law) "" Mi

PINE LAWN 20, MO. George Attorney L.at Harper LawCrawfordville. 3 Months $5.50 a rt

Mar.7-14-Xl-2d-63. Florida, return CUp it this with advertisement your check and er Lightest i Wife! . . -- >_, r
money order to: $198
The Christian Science Monitor Registered can buy a 30.00 Certificate for at
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Thursday. February 21. 1963 MEDART NEWS PANACEA NEWSBy SOPCHOPPY NEWSBy certain needed and necessary repairs -

to the Wakulla County Coon
House have been made under
has been.here the past several daysat Mr Willie Ray Piggatt of Mid-
The Sopchoppy Congregational
of the
Jurisdiction and authority
SERVICE their home on Lake' Ellen They Holiness Church baa regular Sun- art was a' social visitor in Sop- Board of County Commissioners of

USS LEXINGTON (FHTNC) I returnd to Tampa :Thursday.Mr. and the
day School datum at 10:00 aja, choppy Sunday among said County but that certain repairs -

-Larry J. Moeck electronics Fab DETERGENT, large size, 29c and Mrs. Calvin Carter motored -each Sunday, with Church services friends he visited was Miss Martha to the outside of said Court

technician seaman apprentice.USN Delight Brand OLEOMARGARINE Ib 2 for 39c to Albany Friday?. to spend at 11:00 a.tn. and at 7:30 p.m. each Dale Rawan. Ray. is the son of: House are incomplete: and that
the with' their
son of Mrs. Esther Moeck of Car- weekend daughter Sunday. Also, prayer meetings Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Piggott. anda other to the inside of the

rabelle, Fla., is serving aboard the Gold Cross EVAPORATED MILK .. 3 for- 39c and family, Mrs. Fred Lawhora. each Tuesday night. Rev. Carious graduate of Sopchoppy High said Court repairs House including various

support aircraft carrier USS' Lexington ROUND ,STEAK, lb. 69c Mrs. Carolyn Tully returned Allen invites everyone to attend. SchooL He. attended' two years at hallways, are still necessary: that

hoeported in Pensacola, "T" BONE STEAK lb. home from the hospital Sunday Capt. W. S. Schley attended the Tifton, Georgia, working same is known to the County Commissioners

Fla., and operating in the Gulf of 69c afternoon after going through a Civil Defense conference at Pana,towards B.s.A. Majoring in Agriculture and the Grand Jurorsare

(Mexico. Duke's :MAYONNAISE, qt. 49c minor operation, she is recovering ma City. Civil Defense directors Education and is now attending informed that said County

The Lexington, formerly an at- nicely. from all west Florida counties were University of Georgia and
Commissioners presently eon-
Shop Here for SEED FEr..D are
tack carrier, now serve aa a train- your FERTILIZERPIGOTTS Butch Eubanks was home over present. Plans were discussed anda just competed' two months apprentice templating the completion of said

ing carrier for _.avy and Marine' the weekend visiting his mother' program was established to take teaching at Turner County repairs In the not too distant fu-

Corps student pilots. STORITMEDART Mrs. Verdie Eubanks. care of all persona of alL counties High School l, Ashburn, Georgia has ture.

:.... Mrs. Lois Pigott, Mr! and Mrs.
1 G ease of emergency. three months left at University of THEREFORE the said
Council and NOW ,
Fanny son, Tallahassee
Senator Luther Tucker and Capt. Georgia.Mr. Grand Jurors recommend to the
; Mr. and Mra Paul Pigott and and Mrs. Roberts and
W. S. Schley, U.s.c.G.A., attendeda Wayne Commissioners
said Board of -
We give TOP VALUE StampS son, .Tallahassee, went to Pelham, of Tallahassee County
Rivers and Harbors hearing at are visiting of Wakulla Florida,
I -. .- -- -- -- !1.&", Sunday,.to. celebrate the 78thbirthday (2:00 p.m. Friday, for the purposeof Wawne's parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. that ,

of Mrs. Pigott's mother.' the of Carrabelle M. Roberts. I : .
: assisting city all
1. Any and necessary repairsand
about 85 that attended
There were 27-ft. channel from Mr. Ben Hodge of Tallahassee
: 1 in getting_ painting to the outsideof
SHOP the dinner. ;the sea buoy through the city of visited his sister Miss Caryne said Court House building

Willie Ray Pigott, son of Mr.|Carrabelle to the Crooked River Hodge of Sopchoppy on Sunday. be anti
completed as soon possible
and Mrs. Clinton :
a at
Mrs. Mary Roberts and Mrs.
where it enters New River. and .feasible.
the University of Georgia spent Tommy Berwick's ship is in Florida Roberts attended the cele- and all
2. That necessary
the week-end with his any
Willie -
parents. bration of the Natural
Naples. While there for four days Bridge repairs to the inside of said

DANLEY'S Ray has just completed his prac- he toured Rome and liked it. He Battle, held at the Natural Bridge Court House building, including -

f tice teaching at Ashborn, Ga., and'also went to France but did not like Park, near Woodville, Sunday, Mar. plastering! and painting
will return to the of 1 l'
!' 9. Among the interesting speakers
France too well. I think he wasa be performed aa soon as possible
Georgia where he will graduate at '
Chief Justice B. K. Roberts
little disappointed in It. I was and feasible.
the end of this school:
year. of Mrs. Florida Roberts.
J Eva and Frank Cosper spent son 3. That said Court House building -
Tommy Posey was honored on Sunday and Monday in Tampa, "Mr. and Mrs. George Drew Olah thereafter be kept clean
th ANNIVERSARY t his 15th birthday at a party givenat
of Tallahassee visited
boys ,
1 Florida visiting. her parents, Mr. and in proper repair at all
the home of his
and Mrs. W. F. Grover Sr. They George Drew's mother, Mrs. Cath- times.

Mr. and Mrs.,Tom\Posey, Saturday; celebrated their 51st Wedding erine Olah, Sunday afternoon. submitted
Respectfully .
night. Everyone had a good time.; March 19th. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp. Mrs.
\ Anniversary AUSTIN LAMBERT Foreman.
Tommy Roberts of Sopehoppy The Bethel Primitive Baptist Jeanette Lane and son, Tracy, visited Attest: George Creech Clerk
spent Tuesday night with Stevie Mr. Charles Simmons in Tallahassee

*, Church will meet Sunday March On the motion of CommissionerSmith

Pigott. : 24th with Sunday School at 10'..00ajn. Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mr. Carl Revell was author-
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Anderson '
returned -: Woodrow Willis transacted
t and Church Services at 11:00 ised to drill 4-inch well for livestock -
to their home in Tampa, Business in Jacksonville
a.m. Services will be conducted by I : pavilion @ $2.50 per foot.
and of last week.
Rev. Tom TarreD and he says that Thursday On the motion of Commissioner
Bill Eaton and children of Tallahassee Miss Eloise Bulger of Blounts-
,'everyone i is cordially invited. Smith Mr. Jack Raker was given
ends'march was a social visitor in the town, spent the Spring Holidayswith
Sale 30th Charlotte and Clark Metcalf and 4 days work per month with the
community Saturday enroute to the: Miss Rose Ann Barwick.
coast for the weekend.Mr. two soul of Tallahassee are visiting Road Department.On .
Miss Frieda McKeniie of Tallahassee
Ruth her parents Mr. and Mrs.' the motion of Commissioner
Johnny Johnson and
spent the Spring Holidays
I the clerk directed to.
Emory Richardson. i Carter was
son Terry Crum the weekend |
spent with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Tucker.
-- Bartley Harrell is visiting his; inform the Corps of Engineers at
with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Harvy. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Simmons are
Rev. and Mrs. Tom Har Mobile that Panacea Channel was
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rouden
visiting their son Charles in Talla
i visited Lawrence's'uncle L. now completed and ready for mark.
M. Surer -, relLDarleen hassee.
e Martinez had a' birthday Ing and that they so Inform the
> in Marianna'"Sunday..
,, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Gieger and
z-sccmo-C March 14th and will have her party Coast Guard so that proper marking
family of Branford, visited Mrs.Giegers .
Friday, March 22nd. She wastwelve -- -- .. can be commenced.On .
Mrs. Blanche
Howell visitor
was a parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
Nii Y0h1iR t9aSf in the-community last week. years old. Here's wishingyou : W. Beasley. The Giegers are form the motion of Commissioner
directed to
many, many more of them I Carter the clerk was
Dallas Gray spent the weekend' er residents of Sopchoppy but
and State
write the State Senator
with his mother, Mrs. Annie Darleen.
Gray moved to Branford where Mr.
We glad to that Mr. Vero Represntative that th Board did
and other relatives. are see I
fir .N Gieger is employed as principal of
Ella Mae Wallace Forbes, the, Stull is home from the CarrabelleCommunity the Branford High School. oppose the proposed bill to increase

: Hospital. Here's wishIng ., State Gasoline Tax If per gallon
recent bride of Martin Forbes was Mr. and Mrs. Ott Caraway and

Tennessee 1T \ honored at a' shower Saturday you a fast recovery Mr. Stull. son, Cecil Ott, Jr., visited Ott's -i' and the proposed increase in cigarette '-
West Tallahassee 222-3544 parents
1919 / Phone: : Bill and Brenda.Metcalf 3f. ..... '
.... Mar. 16 at Mrs. Myrtice Posey'shome. are recovering Mr. and Mrs. Burl Carrawayon tax. ..
-- : from the fju.
Other hostesses. we Sunday afternoon. LETTER FROM SECOND
Claudia Posey, Bessie Ss reFred and Nazine Goss and CIRCUIT JUDGE
Young, Mrs. Delma Roberts had as her
Whaley and Mattice Lee Oaks. daughter, Sharon Kay, have all re guest over the week-end Mr.' and ON THE MOTION of Commissioner
The received covered from the flu. Carter the following letter
couple many lovely Mrs. Eddie Earl Roberts and fam
Grace Wells and all of the child
ily of Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. received last week was ordered In-

ATTENTION POULTRY MEN gifts.Mr.. and Mrs. Denzil Gray an dren 'Elizabeth Franklin, Virginia Delton Calvin of .M
baby went to Ocala over the week Anne, Lana, Bobby and Brent all Miss June Roberts and mother March 5, 1963

. end.Mr have been sick with the flu. All Mrs. Delma Roberts, visited rela- Honorable J. D. Turner

1. r-- and Airs. Paul Pigot and are well now though. tives in Tallahassee during the Chairman, Board of County

I It son, of Tallahassee, visited Steve Clark Nichols of Otter Creek has Spring Holidays.We Commissioners :_ '.:

,t crOneDay ,I Pigotts Sunday. had the flu but. is up and around were glad to see Mrs. Perry Wakulla County Court House

II I Karen Tully spent some, time in Lawrence and son, Franklin, in Crawfordville, Florida

I Tallahassee with Dorothy Howell now.We are glad to see that Alton Sopchoppy Saturday.Mr. Dear Mr. Turner:

over the Spring Vacation.As Oaks is home from the hospital.He John ,(Gus) Simmons visited We the Circuit Judges of the

d you know Leon Crum's home is up but still "weak." Mr. S. W. Revell Saturday.We Second Judicial Circuit, wish to

in Panacea was completely burneda Gus Brumby is still on the very' are happy to have Mr. express to you and the other members -

r few weeks ago and nothing was sick list but is at home. Hope: that Franklin Jones home for a few of the Board of County Commissioners -

saved from the fire. Leon is in the you will soon be up and out fishing days. Franklin attends the ChipolaJr. of Wakulla County our

;process"bf getting started on a nice Gus. College at Marianna.Mrs. pleasure and commendation: for the

Olds or Starters. j I home and I know he could use some Margarete Rhames and painting and other improvements

financial help. I would like to makean been In the
.. \. : Mrs. Annie Lee Simmons were in which have completed

F appeal to the good people of the ST. MARKS NEWS Medart on business Thursday.Rev. recent past to the Court House and

county for donations. Luther Stokes of Monticello particularly the courtroom.
Mr. and Mrs. '
Donations could be mailed to I Harry Statenburg was in Sopehoppy, Sunday afternoon We are informed that you are
San Antonio
Texas has been
: THEY'LL GROW John Pigott at Medart or left at the on March 9, he was called planning to do some additional
guest of their niece Mrs. (
.' Pigott's Store. here to officiate >at the funeral of tainting and repairs to the exterior
fancy Pope and daughter
: Leon could use about anythingthat Thayre I Mr. Virgil Allen of Panacea. The of the building and we wish to

w $. INTO REAL is necessary: ''for a home. Lee.Mrs. 'funeral was held in the Sopchoppy commend you for this and also
s Man Alice Berry and children .. .__ L_
Methodist Church with the inter- tAe nope that this can we
I express
spent the spring*holidays last,
Jf in the I in the future.
MONEY-MAKERS :week visiting Mr. and Mra W. L. meat Sopchoppy Cemetery.Mrs. accomplished near

Jeanette""Lane of Improvements such as you have)
j Berry in Donaldsonville Ga. Panama J

4 FOR YOU. Music Treat I Mr. and Mrs. E. B. M/ers, M.r", City was the dinner guest of Miss caused to be made and planned
t add to the comfort
Carolyn Sue Roberts serve not only to
In and Mrs. H. L. Archer and Mr. Saturday.
rte'z. AprilTALLAHASSEE of those whose business require
and Mrs. onroe loge were the Past Master Warren Hireling attended
them to use the facilities, but
A musical guest of r. and Mrs. R. W. Dunn a business meeting in Jacksonville
treat which in this it is also an indication of pridein
country only and children in Crawfordville last last week.Minutes .
f New Yorkers and: San Franciscans the public building in which Is
Sunday. They helped celebrate
The monetary results of your b&ve enjoyed is in store for legislators third, birthday of Noreene Dunn the transacted a large part of the business -

:.s poultry and egg production depends and other Floridians on with gifts, cake and ice cream. Of of county government Our
April 1 when Pablo Canals conducts experience has bean that the peopleof
the i Mrs. Evelyn Harrell has
upon chicks start movedto
you CommissionersMARCH take pride In
a chorus and orchestra in the performance Tallahassee after Wakulla County

(With. Pay your way to bigger of his oratorio. El 'Peae- and reared here. She is beineborn employedby 18, 1963 their institutions and public places

bre at Florida State University.The The Board of desire that they should be keptin
profits Choose from our guaranteed one of the State agencies Sorryto County Commissioners and .

l healthy inspected stock. occasion will be a gala evening see you leave, Mrs. Harrell. of Wakulla County met this such a state of repair and ap-
concert at 8:15 o'clock in date in all rich
Crawfordville to
Mrs. Allie Mae Roberta is visiting with the fol- pearance as to exhibit
:Westcott Auditorium presented by her daughter Rev. and Mrs. lowing present: pride. We wish to let you know

Gov. Farris Bryant and FSU. The I Charles Houston in Lee. She will J. D. Turner, chairman; Willard .how pleased we are that you have
concert opens a weeklong Florida Carter vice-chairman where court Is
go on. to Gainesville to the Clinic i ; Ralph rendered the place
,. Festival of Fine Arts during which for a check-up later this week. Strickland, Sam W. Smith and F. held to be so nice and we feel sure

exhibits of paintings, other concerts Mrs. Maude Harrington spent T. Roberts, Commissioners. ; Carmel that the dignity of judicial proceedings -

: : \ operas and a play are on the several days Jut week with her Pelt, Road Superintendent} ; J. H. is enhanced by such surround.

CHICK STARTER program. daughter Mra. Nadine.Wilkerson. Hudson County Attorney and ings. .

: The Festival honors the Florida In Panama Qty.Mrs. Moody Pearce, Clerk Circuit: Court. With kindest regards from each.

f: Legislature, which will convene on Ruby Shields has returned Minutes of the last meeting were of uf, we are -.

CRUMBLES April 1. Members are invited to here to visit her son, Mr. and Mrs. read and approved.On Respectfully ours, ::
the concert at which 86-year-old the W. MAY WALKER,
Curtis Shields after motion of Commissioner

For. Fitter, Healthier Growth Casals, a self-exiled Spaniard whois friends and relatives in TaJ1ahu.Me. visiting- Smith the state audit of the Tax Circuit Judge.

t I considered the greatest master Collector and Sheriff of Waknlla GUYTE P. McCORD, JRr:
of the cello of all time will conductthe
Circuit Judge. .
Miss Kay Cogdill of FSU spent I I County was adopted for record.
Also. Festival Chorus of 200 voices
e : Sunday with her
EI and the parents,-Mr. and On the motion of Commissioner
90-pieee University
:.. Mrs. J. Circuit Judge, ;
phony Orchestra.El S. Cogdill and had aa her Roberts a resolution to the Game

,f....... GROWING CRUMBLES. Pesebre, or The Manger" is guest Sandy Canel, Miami; Joe and Fresh Water Fish Commission (Presiding Judge of CIrcult -.

Harrell Largo,, and Harriett licenses and fish )
Meyer relating to fishing
work Casals
LAYING a religious was 20 HUGH M. 'fA YLOR.
i; Dunedin. management areas for Wakulla :
years in composing. He will conduct Judge.
'I' -' I the work here aa he did at Mia Dolorous Turner of Homoe- County was adopted with...Commissioner Circuit
t sassa b visiting her grandmother Smith and the chairman voting
t San Francisco in April 1962, and The Board approved the',vouch
t Mrs. Georgia Moore Yea; Mr. Strickland and Mr.
in New York's in
Carnegie that
IJaU (' before them and directed
.GooD of I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Livingston of.Carter voting against the adoptionof
r FEEDERS DO BETTER I June 1962 as part a personal warrants be issued in PaJlDoll1t-
Montgomery the resolution.The
were the week-end
"crusade for
;: peace. therefor and there being no fttrthe:
to the Board the
guest of Mr. and Mrs H. Clerk
Five soloists win appear with the ; 'L. business coming to the attention of
: F.R M. Archer. from the
t' WITH FHDS AND SERVICE orchestra and chorus in the performance I following presentment Grand the board the same adjourned.

wIi. of the work. Two of Wakulla County Jury: ATTEST MOODY PEARCE.
.; season of the Black :
them Olga Igiesias of Puerto Rico Approved J. D. TURNER.
Paulino Hills Passion Play in Lake Wales IN THE NAME AND BY THE .
and Saharrea of Mexico Chtirmiff.
opened Feb. 10 with a cast of 150. AUTHORITY OF THE STATE ,
also soloist the
City, were at Carnegie
It features Josef Meier in the OF FLORIDA:
Hall concert. Casals, born in
i role of the Christus Grand Jurors of the Stateof
FLINT which he has The
Spain Dee. 29, 1876 left Spain
Ii when .Franco took over and now portrayed more than 5,000 times. Florida empanneHed and sworn IHGIOWN MIL:

lives in ,Puerto ,Rico.. to inquire and true presentment 1fUR11JC8 YfHnI.
: One of the largest single water make in and for the body "of the I ...,.
@ :;
o'I' : A sources in the world is Week Wa- 'County of Wakulla upon their _
s-> .2115 S .MONROE ,. '" ...."
: PHONE: 2234274. chee Spring north of St. Peters-1.I oaths, do present: .t ourGJlO bie lia"io

& burg which produces over 168 million WHEREAS investigation by the :.1- .u=.'.L. ...
discloses that .
"' gallons of said Grand Jurors
pure, dear water .: 'IM..a.: ._
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: : '; :# .cf CRAWFORDVILLE
f'} :-i : : :, 2if : i ; > : PERSONALS 'j Thursday,March 21, 1963

r }Ip, and Mrs. Meadie Chason had' Plans For A

.J. as their guests Mr. 0. F. Denson:
and Mr. Clyde Dowdy of Leoma 8 8h ., Trash Burner

C '-..- Temu, they enjoyed their stay in '.eMy r+' ?.1 .Sa INCINERATOR PLAN: This isth .:

'. Wakulla County.* i type of incinerator approved by -
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Forbes took iI I the Fire Control Branch of the
" their daughter Ina May and her Florida Forest Service for safe

daughter, Cindy, back to Goldaboro, '' trash burning.
o N.C. last weekend. Ina May is thewife I I
.. Local authorities hope that the
of Airman 2nd Class, Richard use of this suggested plan will help
. Miller, who is stationed at Seymore reduce the alarming number of :
'. Johnson Air Force Base in North careless forest fires caused by

' ..' Carolina.' trash burning in the Big Bend area. I

. ,' Mrs. Fred Keightley and son In 1962 Wakulla County had 69' i
,. Gregory, returned: Sundaynight wild fires.
jof these fires were F.
.:.-,' ,. 1 '.'I. after several days visit-to Bowling artlessly set. Since January 1,
.. ::- f"s
.: : Green, Kentucky and 1963 Wakulla County has had 15! .
: ; ,'. Tennessee. wild fires. Of these 9 were deiberately ?,_ t
of the Woman's f
Several members '
". set fires. 6 were care- .'
Socity' of Christian Service of the essly set fires. ,. '
: Methodist
Crawfordville and Sopehoppy Steps for making this incinerator e i
., v .: Circuit attended the annual
are as
Co* >(-uu :
Tallahassee at I
District Meeting in ;a (1) Obtain. a 55-gallon steel oil ,
Church, last
St. Paul's Methodist drum.

Nice .I JII Tuesday. ((2) Cut out end of the drum. !
New Car 4end'
. ; .. Mr. and Mrs. E CL Ferrellr Sr. (3) Cut out part of the other .\:
spent the weekend in Fort Walton of the drum, as shown
Beach with Mr. and.Mrs. WayneBell in the diagram so that Itt

and family. inch flange is left, partially '
Mrs. Bobby Pose?is: a patient in around the edge and a sufficient -

. '" S ,A : ... Yes, .it Is a nice new car. This gear'smodels the Tallahassee Memorial Hoe- amount of drum end i
is left which
pitaL on to fasten the
'; are really something.. ... Mrs. H. F. Mills made a trip to cover. -
... Leeaburg, Florida, last Wednesday. I (4) Fit the part of the drum end
Mrs. Ellen Sterrett of Cleveland,! first cut-out so that it will
" ." .I" (.. Are you "due" for a change? fenn. is visiting her aunt:, Mrs. DO.IT.YOURSELF TRASH BURNER DEVISED BY Service FOREST to- serve as a cover for the end
I. Don Seery, wife of a State
. :; E. Cf. Hammick. SERVICE-Mrs. of the drum described in
"# Incinerator for which agency
officer, shows aa
- .. : If your car has reached! the 50,000 mjle Mr. and Mrs. Ward of Gaines. complete directions to build. It Is made from a 55-gallon Part (3)). After fitting is
rifle visited Mr. and Mrs. C. L. reduce the alarming numberof completed fasten it into
steel OH drum and Is designed to
: <: :'-: ':middle age" mark, repairs' are likely to" Townsend over the weekend. careless forest fires cause by trash burning in the Big Bead. place with x 1" flat bars
.. and 1" x %" bolts. Bolt

....;., ...-{, ;. '.. _,; '.mount up so high that it would be more .' .. ,-. "-.-.. .- angle iron strips on this ,

"" ',; :::: ; .t' economical to trade it in, and start fresh. '" cover as shown in the dia

.' gram.
.!. ((5)) Bolt an angle iron handle

.v... Even more important: if you have any. and hold-up bar on the cover
" doubts about the safety of
: your present
(6) Bolt four 8-inch legs on the
', : : car, make a change now. _. bottom end of the drum.
(These are 1" xl" angle
'.., .
: irons and rae bolted to the
; .
: drum by two bolts on each.)

.. t f (7) Drill ft inch bolts 6 inches <-

.' .. :;: Want to lower the cost of yoUr car without apart around the entire
.J. drum except for the cover,

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material. It will last several years
for other. purposes, in the years ahead. I under normal use conditions. Periodically
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s sd A Florida Arts Festival Is the theme of the state's new spring tourist campaign, aimed The ground under and around the f
for April 15 June 20. This striking photograph will be the main art piece to be used in incinerator must be cleared of all I
advertising throughout this country and Canada. Florida's known pleasures--Its beaches and grass, leaves and similar debris, ,
Member F.D.LC. natural appeal-are combined_in a salute to the state's many cultural activities. A baIler.
ina postures on.a beach, as DeSoto plants the flag of Spain, an artist paints a Seminole down to mineral soil. This area of j
raises his arms. to the sky and a symphony orchestra leader conducts. mineral soil should be of sufficient
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rU : Woodville Lumber Co. are being burned. "

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Forest Fire
Lumber County Headquarters.
Building Supplies .
," Oadsden Leon Jefferson. Madison, .
j v Su'wannee, Taylor and Dixie. Persons -
interested In'having a' copy
"We Need And Appreciate Your.. of the complete plans for making

= "- these burners may telephone, or

I stop bar, any of the Forest Service
i' Fire Control Headquarters in their

Business" county.In .

some of the above mentioned

counties the FFA School Chapterswill -
Quality and-Price "Guaranteed soon be offering these burners
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(If you have any rubbish or debris

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