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: June 6, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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;; Don Fuqua Reports. in my opinion, arises from the lack C

of authoritative discipline in the A. C. S. MakesAnnouncement Youth CompeteFor$117OOOAward 1

From Capital public schools of Washington, D. C..

No. 5 May 31, 1963 Two bills were recently passedby 'I
the House looking for the In thousands of home workshops
correction -
SPACE! In response to public inquiries
of in state in the nation, auto-
this problem, with the every :
This nation was thrilled'and about whether or not there are !
hope that crime the motive "cre&h programs" are BOW
elated at the successful 22-orbit among youth any affiliations between the Ameri '
of this city be drastically in effect and will continue until I
may reduced
flight of Air Force Major L .Gor- can Cancer Society and other
June 7th. The engineer-in-eharge
don Cooper. This was the fifth successful health or welfare organizations,
One is of each separate project is a boy, !
a pupil suspension bill
manned t.
space flight by the following announcement was
these Unite dStates, carried on in which amends the D.' C. code to made yesterday by L. H. Peterson, somewhere between 11 and 21 I
dismissal years of age, who is putting the
full view of the world.A permit suspension or of Executive Vice President, of the
unruly pupils and the other is the finishing touches on his concept
tremendous welcome: was given Society's state headquarters in:

here in Washington, D.C. for Major School Discipline Bill which! Tampa. The announcement was of a futuristic automobile. ,

Coper and his family following his amends the D. C. code ,to' permit released to all newspapers, ra'..> These young car designers are

flight. He spoke to a joint sessionof principals and teachers in the District and TV stations throughout Flor- building model cars-one twelfth
scale-for participation in the
of Columbia to reasonable ,
Congress Tuesday use I
on May 21,
force in ida.The Fisher Body Craftsman's Guild
maintaining order the
following a reception by the Presi- in aJ American Cancer Society,
schools. competition. In order to compete
dent at the White House. Florida Division, Inc., is not affili-
for of the in cash and
Until part $117,000
we bring some order out of
Major Cooper made a tremendous ated with any other health or wel- -
the chaos in university scholarships, the contestants -
the schools'of the district -
impression on the capacityfilledHouse fare organization or society, ex-
y with his sincerity and I do not think we are goingto cept the Eleanor Roosevelt Cancer must design and build an
make much 'headway in the original and unique, yet practical,
i modesty. His brief remarks Consisted Foundation.The .
mounting crime rate. This will bean miniature car.
mainly of American Cancer is
simple Society
a prayer
All entries must be in the hands
effective in
that he had composed in flight start, my opinion, a voluntary organization composedof
I and I these of either the Railroad Express
and which he had dictated into his supported measures thousands of people whose pri-
SUGAR PRICES RISE SHARPLY. I Agency, the Post Offke or be
machine.It interests to
tape-recording mary are help conquer
The sharp rise in the of checked in at the Fisher Body .
was an impressive day for the cancer, leukemia and related dis General SIf.ehigan
Offices in Warren
i sugar on the domestic market is -

Congress. cause forconcern.. J eases. by midnight on Friday, June
I Particularlydoes
Like my colleague. CongressmanD. The A.C.S. is recognized the 7.
this affect the
R. (Billy) Matthews, l, like to I housewiveswho pioneer voluntary organization en- conceivable
now are in the process of doing Every type ofc passenger -
compare; our fine young astronautto gaged in cancer control in the
deal of car imaginable will be represented
a great
the Russians. Here we find a canning, and United States and the only national
the situation is serious for this is the first year
a i
,young man like Gordon Cooper one.. health agency engaged in comprehensive -
We have called in which the rules have been ex-
who is and j l Congressman and of
physically mentally projects
Wright Pattman of Texas, chairman The fresh water lake in Florida's panhandle, between Pensacola and Tallahassee abound prize'catchftl I panded to allow the entry of any I
spiritually sound, competent in of the Banking & Currency' of black bass, perch bream and other members of the sunfish family. !cancer and leukemia research, pub passenger-carrying vehicle. This
of lie education and services. .
knowledge most complicated patient
Committee to make L itude in design opportunity is |

scientific processes known by man, vestigation, of the sugar complete price increase I Hog Cholera John, Elderkin New Retirees UrgedTo The support of the Society, and expected to result in a much greater -
and possessed of deep spiritual the administration and executionof i

resources. With men like these, :i Congressional and expect investigation that a thorough will be I EradicationAs Passes Check With its year-'round cancer control degree youthful of creativity car designers.As by.competing

we have need to fear the future. are dependent public
no programs on
held in this session. I of September 1, 1963, swine John Elderkin, age 63, died Tuesday Social the "dream cars" arrive in

I recall the remarks of Russian INSTALL POSTAL ..OFFICERSWhen ,moved from farm to farm, within June 4, after a long illness Security Mgr.The contributions, special gifts and Detroit, they will be unpacked,

Cosmonaut Major Gherman S. Tit- I was back in the district :the state or through stockyards He was born in ,Butte, Montana Tallahassee business and organization grants. tagged and move ov who while in this social security Policy of the Society rests witha
coun- : otndusirial
lash and livestock markets back Teams
weekend to attend the and had been a resident of Craw district arts
wedding manager, Walter
try in May, 1962 said "No God Kehoe, volunteer Board of 74 Directors
of my brother, I- had the added farms must show evidence of vaccination fordville for the past fifteen years today urged people nearing retire- instructors and profee&iettal de-'
helped build at the national level. The 59 State
our rocket. The rocketwas
i.pleasure of installing the officers against hog cholera at and a member of the Crawfordville,ment to ask ahead of time about signers will spend abcmt four ,
n" dc by our people. I don'L.live t least 21 days prior to movement, Methodist Church. Funeral Services their social security benefits. "An Divisions, including Florida, along weeks determining the 1078 witt .

in God. I believe in man Federation Tallahas reports Dr. Charles B. 'Plummer, were held Thursday, June 6 early visit to the social security of- with elected Boards of County ers of the $38,000 in scholarshipsand

his strength, his possibilities 14 see. This ,was a real pleasure to Jr., Agricultural 'Extension "Service at the Crawfordville Methodist fice," he said, "will help speed the Units translate Society policiesinto the remaining $79,000 in cash

his reason. I,saw no God or angels." meet this.fine of veterinarian., Church. initial social security check so that action.So end other awards.
Contrast group postal employees _kHe ....
the know
this that
with the
words of public
and,I am most grateful to "The new regulations," he explains .is survived by his wife, it arrives on' schedule at the time may The miniatures are judged by

Major Cooper who said in part President Bob Pullen for the "are part of the State Hog Elderkin. Interment was in Craw sof retirement and knowing what how contributions are used, audited assigning points on the basis of
". Help us to complete this mission opportunity will be financial statements, reflecting the
he gave me to partici! Cholera Eradication program which fordville Cemetery.Sportsmen. paid at retirement time scale fidelity, workmanship, painting
successfully. Help us in future pate. went into effect February 1 under helps in forming the details of a financial position of the Society, originality of design, artistic

apace endeavors to show the VISITORS TO OUR OFFICEWe the direction of the Division of .person's retirement plans.' are published annually by individual merit and practicality.

world that democracy really can Animal Florida Club i The social security office State Divisions. A composite
are Industry, Department is Awards for the best models entered
always happy to welcome .
and still is able do traditionally, of:"these is prepared by the National
compete to visitors to our office of Agriculture. The program - one of the busiest in the Guild competition include -
things in a big way; and that we from particularlythose was developed by the Florida To Meet places in town during this time organization. Financial eight university scholarships
our district.
are able to do research, develop- it you are ever in Washington Certinly, swine industry in cooperation with There will be a special meeting' of year. People who intend to retire statements and annual reports are for the national winners .of the

ment, and conduct new scientificand we the national movement to eradicate of the Wakulla later in the year are applying made available to the public to
want to County Sportsmens Junior (11 through 15 years) and
you come by to visit for
technical programs ,. ." Our office is in Room, 1223 of the us. hog cholera. The swine industryis Club at the Court House, Friday out what benefits proofs now er calling to find show sources of funds availableand the Senior (16 through 20) divisions

PETE STARTS HERE -- New, House Office Building.We trying to vaccinate as many hogs evening,June 7, at 8 o'clock. Everyone them. According are expected from the purposes for which theyare of the competition. In each
Perhaps this clearly points up were. happy to here as possible: during; the grace period interested is urged to attend. wise to it is expended. age group the awards will be:
see recently apply for benefits
the basic difference in two or Peterson said that the 1963 Can
our two societies. before
: W. V. Bunker of Madison, September 1. This meeting is for the purpose three months early so that despite cer Crusade of the Florida 1st $5000 scholarship; 2nd -
Mrs. W! J. Miller and Mrs Don; Sine passing through stockyards of discussing the rules and regulations the rush, checks will be received the American $4,ODO; 3rd $3000; 4th $2000.
One of my duties'as a member of and livestock markets which which to be Cacer Society has
Hay of Tallahassee, Earle Frye of are set at a on time. Ten additional $1000 scholarships -
the Congress is to serve on the I have not been treated against hog of the been completed in many Florida
meeting Game
Tallahassee, J. J. Shingles of Tallahassee and Fresh Many people delay their benefit Counties and cities. are awarded to those boys
Science & Astronautics Committee, cholera at least'21 days prior Water Fish Commission claims He also pointed
Herman Bernstein of Al- may in Quincy because they don't have whose automobiles demonstrate exceptional -
which is in charge of our space. tha, Donald P. Totxnan and Anthony be soid only for immediate alaught- on Friday, June 14. birth certificate. Kehoe pointedout a out that thousands of persons design ability.
program. I ,had occasion to talk Taranto of Apalachicola_ ei:> to recognized: slaughtering that a baptismal certificate. participated in the Crusadewore State awards in each age division

with Major Cooper while he was in. John L. Carter of Tallahassee, Mr. establishments approved by the confirmation register, nat ;;Jbi; American Cancer"Volunteer" -Soviet-----, are150 for first, $100 fore

Washington and was deeply impressed division, states,Dr. Plummer. CRAWFORDVILLEPERSONALS tion record, and badges These
and Mrs. B. R. Burehill of Tallahassee even a marriage ; second, $50 fur third and $26 for
with his remarks regard- : license in worn, he said, so that donors could
some cases are each of five honorable mention
[ Dr. E. T. York Jr. ofGalne.s'VlUe accept-
ing the necessity for the continued able. Evidence of identify the organization to whicl I
earnings for
the winners. The country is divided
the new Provost of
development of this nation'sspace Baptist Vacation previous year is also they were contributing.
Agriculture, University of Florida, Mrs. Juanita Patton Simpsonwas necessary. into twenty regions and the first

technology, for just as the oceans and Otho Bruce, Talla assee.. Bible School a visitor in Crawfordville Sun Generally an employee can use his state winners in a region compete
posed a new world for Columbus, NAMES FOR NEWSLETTERS- day. 'She attended church services For the withholding statement. Vacancies Open with each other for the regional

so does space pose, a new era for Through the medium of this The First Baptist Church of at the Crawfordville Methodist self-employed person, al award. The forty regional winnersare
those of us* in the mid-twentieth Crawfordville wil Ihold its annual: copy of his federal income tax return In Youth
newsletter we plan to record our Church. Mrs. Simpson is the sis and a cancelled check show- Camp then invited to Detroit, ex-

1 century. activities i nthe Congress and ex- Vacation Bible School, June 10-19. .ter of Mrs Moody Pearce. ing payment of taxes Tallahassee total of 180 penses paid from July 30 to
would be boys
Florida, blessed by its geographical Classes will begin each morningat Mr. C. D. Peak is August 2 for the Guild conventionand
press oar opinions regarding the a patient in sufficient. and 75 girls are needed at the
position, will see some three issues which 8:30 ajn. and conclude at 11:30. the Tallahassee Memorial awards banquet, which will
come before the Con. Hospitaland Since the new social security Youth Conservation Camp'on Lake
hundred million dollars spent in the and Bible School
gress. Preparation Day is critically ilL retirement rules have gone into Eaton in the Ocala National feature: the. announcements of the
state in the next year on space A Parade will be held, Saturday June Tommy Raker has national, winners.
large number of our ,friends returned to effect, many workers past the age Forest. There are vacancies open scholarship
programs. Space has now joinedour have been kind enough to send us 8 at,9:30 ajn. his home from Duke University, of 62 who do not have substantial in four two-week camping sessions I Since its inception in 1980 the

great agriculture, tourist, and the names and addresses of additional All children from Nursery age, Durham, N.C. for the summer earnings from work can receive beginning June 23. Guild has enrolled over seven and

industry economies as a vital persons in the district that 3 years, to Juniors' are urged to vacation. some benefit checks even though Camp vacancies are as follows: c::-half million boys (926,000 this

force*in the development of Florida they felt would be interested in receiving attend. John Stokes, son of the Rev. and they are still working. Because of Boys 9 through J2 June 23-July year alone); has awarded 279 uni-

r this newsletter. This we Mrs. Luther Stokes of Monticello, this and because most people 6, 30 vacancies; boys 11 through versity scholarships for $741,500;

TOBACCO BILL PROGRESSESMy very much appreciate. 'We 'wouldIlike Girl is spending the week with Gregory should know what sort of a benefit 14, July 7-20, 75 vacanies{ ; boys end has exceeded $2 million inush.

bill to provide for the continued to again ask that if you knowof oastBanquet Xe1ghtl they can get at age 65 (and at 8 through 11, July 21-August 3, and scholarship awards ty

lease and transfer of tobacco anyone that you feel might be HeldThe Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Barrow and i age 72 when there is no limit on 75 vacancies; girls 9 through 13, Guildsmen across the country.

has now passed the full interested in receiving this twice- Mr. and'Jkrs. CedeD Barrow and earnings), workers should be wise August 4-17, 75 vacancies. Camping

Agriculture Committee and will monthly report from Washington Girl Scout Troop 101, of son Neal spent Sunday in Panama to see their local social security office --fees are $55 for, the twoweeksessions. H. LAshmore .-

now go to the House for,adoption. we would Panacea, held a Mother' and Daughter City, Florida. at age 62, 65 and 72 to talk .

This bill continues the program I sending us certainly their names appreciate and your ad- Banquet Mal 28. Mrs. Ed Ry- Mrs. Sallie Harvey and Mrs. over their individual aitutio as. The Youth Conservation Camp p Speaker Here _

whereby farmers are allowed to dresses. bicki is their Troop Leader. A Montaine Durr nee and The Tallahassee social security of- provides a summer training pro
daughter their
Twenty-five seniors received
lease several small acreages, and 'CLASSES birthday cake was served to cele Rita Kay, arrived fice is located at 306 W. JeffersonStreet. gram for Florida's youth in con
VISIT WASHINGTON. by plane in diplomas Tuesday night at the
into brate the servation, hunting and fishing.
combine them one economically troop's 5th birthday.
Recently, we had the pleasure Tallahassee last Sunday, after a graduating exercises of Crawford
of Two A representative from this office The 1963 camping includes
:t' sound plot. I Brownies, Deborah Holmes program
greeting foul classes of visit .to Houston, Texas.: vane High SchooL
This program has proven to be students and Dianne Vause received their will be at the Courthouse in a stepped up program of
. I from the district as they visited fly Crawfordville every tat Friday of activity in other fields of outdoor Janet Russ, valedictorian and
tremendously popular with our tobacco up wings. Helen Taylor and
Washington. We were most the month at 9:30 recreation such Kaye Evans salutatorian had
,happy Darleen .m. to assist as camping and ,
farmers and has ,meant a Martinez received their Card of Thanks
:F to have: the chance to greet the first aid persons in filing a claim or wanting camp craft, field archery, firearms Averages of 96 and 94 for their
: deal to our tobacco producsection' badges.

great students from Suwannee High We wish, to express our sincere other information concerning. safety add 'boating. Greater em 4 year high school careers.
This bill girls of 101 wish to
lug economy. School of Live Oak Chapman High Troop i thanks to aD those who in any social security matters.- phasis is being placed on fish and The highest scholastic award
. extend this for the thank the Panacea Woman's Club
Y ... would, program School of Apalachicola, Crawford- manner, gave expressions: of love fishing during this camping sea j given at the school was given to
ncvt two years 1964 and 1965. villa High School of Crawfordvilleand { for the use of.their building. land sympathy to us in our griefin son The Youth Conaerntfonl Miss Russ, the Balfour Award for

r. I feel confident of its passage in Shadeville High School of Wa- the loss of our son and husband CrawfordvilleFirst Camp is operated by the Game and. Leadership and Academic! Achieved

,: tho Congress. kulla County. Notice, Jack Ward Jr. :May God Bless Fresh Water Fish Commission anis ment. :', '

i' DISTRICT SCHOOL LEGISLATION It is always a pleasure to have 'you alL Baptist a part of the Commission's con' Kaye Evans received the DAR

these students visit here, and a Mrs George Walker, President Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ward Sr., servation education program. Award presented by Mrs. Carl In
This great and beautiful Capital dcuble pleasure of the Crawfordville Woman's Mrs. Alice M. Ward Applications and information
for us to be ableto gram.
k/: City of our nation has come in forsome greet them. Club, has appointed Mrs. Virginia about the camp may be obtainedby Henry Ludlow Ashmore, president

.. widespread criticism in recent Keightley, Mrs. Mary Bevis and Revival At IvanAssemhly The First Baptist Church of writing the Youth Conservation of Pensacola Junior College
the result the Crawfordville will observe their 2520 E. Silver Springs
F years as in- Mrs Daisy Creech as the clubhouse Camp, gave the Commencement Address.

&-. 'creasifig crime rate here. And thiaI. committee. of God 59th anniversary and homecoming, Blvd., Ocala or by contacting offices I He is a native of Wakulla County

crime rate is m serious and eta rt- Anyone wig to rent the clubhouse Sunday. June 9. I I ; of the Commission in Panama and Sopchppy

Ifeg problem., may' contact one of thesemetAera. Revival' services begin June the Former pastors; members and:. City, Tallahassee Lake City Lakeland graduated from

.. We have report of the worst Notice '- : 10th at the Ivan Assembly of God friend are invited to attend the and West Palm Beach. High SchooL the students -

of acts of violence, on streets Church with Evangelist Bob Mitjchem. special services. The Rev. S. A. Following the exercises
types Card of thanks ffte, to pii Craw'fordville'Woman'i
.' Senator A. Willis enjoyed a party at the
I. wig sit of the dome of the '-' Services begin nightly at Coxwell is the pastor. A basket Robert.

.. CpH0t There are a number of when psb&aed. ,745. Everyone is cordially in- loach win 1 be served on the grounds son (D.-Va.), Member,Senate '] < '.,. ':... Club.
Wyoming is the 22nd state Appropriations .
iited. Pastor Committee- -
got Henry.C. Cooksey. at noon.
,cI ; facton involved, ; ene of them,. _to adopt"right-to-work"law. Recommended cuts totaling

S6 billion.



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2 Minutes of CountyCommissioners fhan expected by the Board. Employment '
Thursday June 6,1963 to commix'tftfa date : BIG WEEK. ND .


Hay 20, 1969!t tOn\ the motion of Commissioner 15c:

NEWS The Board of County Comml Roberta: the Board agreed to Quitmet ; NECK BONES, Lb. .. .

loners of Wakulla County t Claim to Mr. W. C. Rouse,,Jr. and "

Telephone WAlno* a.UOII this date in Crawfordville wit fr. W. J. Rouse that certain eouaky ___ GROUND BEEF,2lbs.for .$J.O8

the following present: borrow pit located,on land near
J.. D\| Turner,' Chairman; Wfl- Rouses Place. !
doz. .
.e- lard Carter, rice-chairman; Ralph The Board approved the Vouchers CORN, per 0. .. _. '. +_
Strickland, Sam W. Smith and before them and directed that: r

I i4 Virginia Keithtley ,;...' Editor F. T. Roberta, commissioners;J. H., warrants be issued in payment: CELERY, Bunch .. .. ., .: \ .
Hudson County Attorney; Moody therefor. I '

Pearce, Clerk Circuit Court. and The Board inspected repairs and, CUKES, each ..' .. ,. 5cj,
Carmel Pelt,.Road Supt. painting being done in the County -
Entered at Crawfordville Florida, Minutes of the last meeting were Jail and made an on the spot inspection 15c '

as second ,class matter. Subserjp- read and approved. of the New Wakulla' 1 1w POLE BEANS, Ib. .. .

The Board directed the clerk-to I County Livestock Pavilion now being .
tlon rate: $3.00 per year. 10c
c'n advise the County Sanitarian,, Mr. constructed. Both jobs pro I BANANAS. Lb. .
Billy Lunsford that Mr. Buddy. greasing the satisfaction of the,

Crum was dumping crab plat,.Board. __ SUWANNEE STORE

If You 'N. d. refuse near the home of ".Mr. The Board received a letter from ,. \

George Cram and that the situation Mr. Linton owner of property located -, I
Office Supplies be checked for sanitary con in Wakulla on which the CRAWFORDVILLE, FLA.

Business Machines ditions. Board Li desirous of placing county .-
Furniture Mrs. IsabeDe Forbes, Mgr. '
Leon Cram Hired Temporarily voting house, stating conditions on

See or Call On the motion of Mn Roberts, which he would agree to placing n : eat on the patio!" Whata

Leon Crum was hired on the road of house on his property and the familiar cry during lazy summer .
RANEY WHALE department until Mr. S. B. Forbes Board authorized Mr. Turner o months. Outdoor eating is certainly CHICKEN DUO Talk
I in vogue.and has every 1 can (10 % ounces) condensed I Shop Thirty
returns negotiate with Mr
atCAPITAL from granted leave. Linton further right to be. Taking to the open chicken gumbo soup I
Tarpon Shores Subdivision There being no further business air highlights even the simplest 1 can (10 % ounces) condensed .

OFFICE On the motion: of Commissioner coming to the attention of the foods. 2 chicken soup cans noodle water soup II By Robert U..DrownAdvertising '

EQUIPMENT CO. Carter, the plat"of Tarpon Shores,t L>ard was adjourned on the motion For easy,informal eating,serve combine and Free
your patio meals "helpyourself"fashiona In saucepan, soups SpeechLuther
319 South Adams St. Unit No. 1 was accepted by the of Commissioner Strickland. delight to mom, family and water.Heat,stirring now and

Comer E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE County. ATTEST: Moody Pearce, Clerk and guests. Start off with big then. Makes 4 to 6 servings. H. Hodges, U.S. Sec- of stating a position or express

,. FLORIDA The Chairman relinquished the APPROVED:J.D..Turner Chair bowls of savory soup' -- a twosome retary of Commerce, has writtena ing a viewpoint, and it is often
chair to Mr. Carter; man. of canned condensed chick. guest editorial for the Saturday fortunate for a democracy that
., 1 en gumbo and chicken noodle will
SPECIAL this channel is available.
Mr. Carter in the Chair. satisfy those ravishing appetites TURKEY Review, on the occasion of
., 1 (10 1A ounces) condensed its It would that the
On the with can special Advertising Awards appear
motion of Commissioner or try turkey noodle
TV Turner almonds. Team the soup with an turkey noodle soup Issue, in which he gives a glow- Federal Power Commission and
Mr. Carlton Revell was attractive tray of sandwich fix 1 soup can water ing testimonial to.the power and the Internal Revenue Service do
SERVICE promoted to dragline operator.Mr. ings. A choice of breads and 1 tablespoon chopped toasted almonds influence of advertising in our not share the Secretary's viewon
CaD Turner in the Chair: fillings makes it all the more fun. Paprika daily lives. this subject and are doing
WA 6-3612 The board approved the vouchers "Next to being shot at and To end the meal with utter relaxation Combine soup and water. Heat. With so much advertising their best to see that this "chan-

GEO. CREECH before them and directed that war missed nothing is quite assatisfying ...tall glasses of refresh Garnish each serving with almonds around us, he says, it is "sur- nel" is not available.We .
as an income tax ing iced tea...tempting slices of and paprika. Makes 2 to 3 prising how few bad apples there
rants beinued
CRAWFORDVILLE in payment there agree advertising
refund."-Boyd Yon Seggern, chocolate marble cake. : servings. are in the ad barrel." Of more should be an important vehicle

for.There West Point (Neb.) .Repub- than 1,000,000 ads examined by of free speech. But i U isn't very
being no further business
the Federal Trade
lican. free, is it, when government
Dees Barber Shop coming tothe attention of the J only 3% even required further agencies can establish the rules

board the same was adjourned on -. study, he notes. as to what can be discussed?
2238 South Monroe the motion of Commissioner StrIck- I Sec. Hodges calls attention to The Federal Power Commis-

the "folklore of the economic sion, for instance, will not let

.Men's and Boys Haircuts land.ATTEST: Moody Pearce, Clerk ally illiterate" who cite the $12 the investor-owned electric
Circuit Court. billion-a-year ad budget of power companies discuss their
American business ""as if it were competitive problems in adver-
APPROVED:J.D. Carter,chairmen GREYHOUND RACING something taken away from the tising space. Their largest com-

of the Board. consumers." petitor is the government, but

June 3, 1963 Simple division will show, he the government won't let them
DEE. COOK, Owner The Board of County Commis- OPENING FRIDAY says, that if this expenditurewere talk about private versus public

sioners met this date with the instead rebated to con- power projects. FPC will say
/ sumers it would amount to.the that is incorrect, that the priv
following present
: .yp M : "magnificent" sum of $66 each ately-owned utilities can say
J. D. Turner, Chairman,.Willard : over year's period. In practice, anything they want to in their

Carter, vice-chairman Ralph 1 however, this would be a green advertising. The only limitation,
Strickland, ,District No.2. Sam mirage. Lacking the ignition of they will say, is that such ad-

NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Smith, District No. 3, and F. T. advertising our economic engine vertising cannot be included as
Roberts District would run at a slower pace if itdidn't a business expense for the pur-
No.6. J. H.
TAX DEED stall out altogether, he pose of rate making and taxa-
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Hudson, County Attorney, Carmel writes. "Some of us would lose tion. So, you see, the electric

that TILLJS STRICKLAND, JR. Pelt, Road Superintendent and income, or jobs, valued at many companies can have free speech

the holder of the following certificates Moody Pearce, Clerk Circuit Court. times $66. And we would pay in their advertising if they pay

has filed said certificate Minutes of the last meeting. were SORRY HO MINORS] more for products as volume tribute, or a price to Uncle Sam
read and dropped." for doing BO.Internal .
for a tax deed to be issued thereon. 5
The Board received letters from 10 These are things well knownto Revenue says any
The certificate numbers and years Mr. people in the advertising and advertising concerning a pending
of issuance, the description of the Billy Lunsford stating that he communications business. But legislative matter is lobby-

property, and the names .in which had written Mr. Charles Barwick we wish everyone in governmentat ing and therefore not a deduct-
it was assessed are as follows: and Alex Crum regarding dumping t 6 all levels would understand able business item for purposesof

Certificate No .1; Years of Issuance crab x t t' advertising's role as Sec. Hodges taxation. This is true, IRS
196L. scraps.Leon Cram / does. It would help us avoid says, even if the proposed legis-
5 of the controls and lation and
The Board. some re- vitally injuriously
on the motion of
,Description of Property:
strictions being placed on adver- affects your business. You can
Ul/4. of N 1/2, of NE 1/4, of Commissioner Roberts, agreed to tising. advertise to your heart's content,

NW .114, of Section 28, Town- hire Mr. Leon Crum' an additional IRS will say, as long as you

ship 2 South,"Range 1 West, ', month since Mr. S. B. Forbes returned "Advertising can also be an don't try to express any opinions

containing 5 acres. from granted leave sooner important vehicle of free on taboo subjects. If so, you will
be taxed for the privilege.The .
speech, Sec. Hodges continues."In
I Name in which assessed un-.... "The nice thing about drivein -
towns, "channel" may be avail-
many one-newspaper
known.* Florida Forest Service .' "Only 'an interior decoratorcan movies is that you know the publisher considers it his able, as Sec. Hodges suggests,

All of said property being in the Rainfall RThe eport I rave 'over a bottle when where your wife's shoes are responsibility to keep the news but it certainly has lot of sharks,

County of Wakulla, State of Flor. it's empty.-B. J. Dahl, Che- when you go home.-Gordon columns open to all points of barracuda and coral reefs under

...: announcad.tha welah (Wash.) IndependentGreyhound Cooper, Lambertville (N. J.) view. But in some instances paid the surface.
ida.Unless Forest Se rvice
such certificate or certificates Florida Record. advertising is the best. mean
corded at Wakulla Co. L _
rainfall re
.shal Ibe redeemed according following '
week o if Kay: 28,1963 through ',-j,: -.0 ...
to law ,the property describedin towers for the I ; L '_ .

such certificate or certificates June 3,1963.Crawtordville. Racing ... .
Yfffl be sold to the highest bidder at Tower .40 .. \ .

the court house door on the first .so AtMonticello .
Newport Tower trlt'
Monday in month of Julyc1963, .60 c' : : )
Average MONTICELLO, Fla.-More than < <
which is the lat day of July, 1963. ',' ...
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Fire Report 600 well drilled greyhounds are -
Dated this 3rd day of June 1963.
Clerk:of Circuit Court of Fires to date this ye jar! 32 ready for Monticello's fifth big : c. ..: '

last, jar 43 racing season, opening Friday
Wakulla County, Florida. Fires to date y 0
night, June 7, at 8:15. .
MOODY PEARCE, Acres to date this YE ar 152.6 _
For weeks, Intense preparation
June 6132027.= Acres to date :last -yc jar' 399 7 D has been going on, to provide the .

S.J.L. ultimate in comfortable facilitiesfor ,
,. ,. .
racing fans-and the ultimatein : .

championship competition from .
the vast array of greyhounds. t re' our :
Tallahassee \
.Business .Firms .. -
Schooling races, over the last f
several days, have been the most ; .. /. business /
r_ i
0 encouraging in _the history of Jefferson ". ., \
DIRECTORY County Kennel Club. -. .... .- -
O.:- ., ...-
.. 0 "There's no doubt about it," t 00... 4 : "3

i says Steve Andris, track president, '
"we will have the finest quality of \ ..Jiaee '
f_ .Patornlze These Advertisers ...
greyhounda ever to run
.'- .' cello." .- .
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Among the 17 experienced kennel .
F RFEEDS O. I. GRAMLING Little Folks Store, represented this year is that L
I Inc. of E. L. (Skinny) Beckhner. His
"The Capital'sMajors .
& CO. for Minors" greyhounds were first in the standings ..- .
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Children' Furniture, Toy, at St. Petersburg's well ,
One-Stop Service for Game Hobbies ,
known Derby Lanes. And, last ,*v
Feed Seed -Fertilizer Baby Aecejuoriet in the run- 'We Fred a talk,with a young man the other day j-.1.
I 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 word, they were strong
Poultry Supplies ning for the; season crowns at Jacksonville \ cbout.money. He said: "You wouldn't want my' "

.... Flint River Mills Garden ToolsSo. and Raynham, Mass. account; it would jusf.be peanuts. .:.
Ph.'2230874Hanse JCKC returns last year's same
281& S.,Monroe _'. : .Adams at s.A.L.R.R. lineup of experienced, competent We were. quick to point out how we do feel -..y.
Crossing .
.- officials. about ItsSome ;
....: Phone0173 Andris is president and general ..

manager. Norman Way is assistant ,- of oar accounts start with a dollar or -

... SUBER..& JOHNSON manager and mntuels manager. two.Some run.to very large figures. Some of the a
Clad Regular Victor Japour is director of racing -
Wespkt big ones .started are small
Lig1lJ .
ry ; the.
CotunNBkoka Seeds-Fertilizer Baby Chicks -the man in charge of pairing op '

Wood and .: Farm Supplies each day's program. Dan Hurst small ones!grower not,.may give us a real chance. .
r- > is paddock judge and Robert Walshis to be of service to'people who need I .
Hpel lad., IRC. .' Cor. Gaines and Woodward Sta. r us.
:,3' h charge of charts and printed r
.,. S.dama, S.t. at 4-"Poinb '':''':-' ', -- '. Tel.'rBakerAlford 222-5960 1 programs. We tike 'peanuts.* Bring them In, an> time! '

222-5840 P. O. Box 661 MontfceDo .
"TeL Biggest new item at

f this season is the Big Q. Featured

Capital Stone 'Co. every Friday and Saturday, the
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'- .'- Big Q is a parlay on quinielas of

t Since 1966 the last two races. Big payoffs
l ."-Yeager: MARBLE GRANITE Co. are the great,attraction of the Big
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Part House"
i. MEMORIALS Races: be nightly,
,. : 4 Anything for your auto, truck Sunday, at 8:16, with matinees sass
Cemetery Work of Alt TWUI ortoKtor.: Also for year power:
h. 'IMItIce and.Bond 608 W. Gaines St TeL,2fiS-0719 lawnmower, and much for youxi every Saturday at 2:15. Ladies
TeL 2ffi-4N0.; I boat i268 will be admitted without eharceeve1'7 BANK
St.- Walter F. B uchan Her.
;- 'f S. Ad* : N. Adams St. 'Ph. 9-3 ; Tuesday'and Thursday. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.t .

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3: s. SOTCHOffY NEWS -. .. ARLr.A-OOOXTt k nrr"....., '."'

\ f jBy LOUISE SAPP Woodville Lumber Co. Thursday. Jut 6,1963. _

Mrs. Anna ;Coamacder mother

jot lira.: Carrie Aa-hmore-ta critically
ill in the Tallahassee. Memorial

Hospital.Mr. Lumber- Building Supplies"We .

\ Jasper Davis has returned -.I;
4 home from the T. M. H. and is re- "

I coveringnicely.We Need And Appreciate Your: ...... '
are happy to see Mr. Ed ..'j :.-
r Lawhon home from the hospital.Mr. x4 ,... ,-
."3 >4'
t. Barinean of Tallahassee wasa '
Business" '
visitor of Congregational
Patty And son Rodfity GrarBarney Geraldine Stribling Holiness Church Sunday.We ... -

w regret that Mrs: Catherine .. How COOL

Oloh has had to return to thehospital Quality and Price Guaranteed .
w after being home for a
f few'days. ,, WILL I toy BE

The city;; 'is improving the ,Tee- i -
r reation park at the Sopchoppy. Ross HannonOwnerTallahassE'e WHEN You

.. river in Sopehoppy by adding diving
,Sf boards :floats, picnic tables, GET HOME ? ,
4Rose etc. This project was started by: ''<<>' ,
the Lion's Club of Sopchoppy some COMPLETE

K time ago. i \
Mr. and Mrs. Sarnie Rodenberry,: FLORIST

!.t of Tallahassee, were visitors in I l

Sopchoppy Sunday. i FlowersCandy Inc. SERVICE
. Ann.Barwick
Harrell Stribling
Miss June Roberts was a week!
. end visitor of relatives in Talla i
,,.' hassee. ,
Mr. Gus Simmons baa returned 0
tr s home from the Tallahassee Me- * ': : 4' >'.
morial Hospital.: *bcfe :- > :' "
i. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Simmons and: ,.. t. ; -Formerly Tilln. an's:...'.. .

( son, Charles, visited Mrs. Cane I JEFFERSON'STREET1PHPDNE BuS
f :
rio5; EAST :
r : w Simmons who is critically ill in .- ," ..,. Stop
[ I ,,, "" ,
the hospital Panama City..While I II '": "' ,, .
l i ... a I in 'Panama City they visited their I -

,. Y daughter, Mrs.. Earl Taunton and I 4
I 1 t .
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Daniels and ; 224-5023 'i TALLAHASSEE; FLORIDA

son of Tallahassee visited Mr. and .
Gary Brown Jack Hendn Roger: Stokley tin. Sim Land Saturday afternoon : 'or WA 63.. l CRAWFORDVILLE

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-> : Long day The next time you
94' .
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; SPECIAL THURSDAY FRIDAY take bus ride home
j. ''.r Cy EVA COSPER your
think how nice it would be
.. Yvonne Barwick had a baby .
<; and SATURDAY if you were going home to
shower on May 30th at the homeof cool air conditioning. See
[ Mrs. Charles Barwick. She had -
.. how inexpensive it is to have
+ a large attendance and received- "- x cool comfort electrically aH
lovely gifts. Live better
-( many summer long
L Steve Richardson celebrated. his FRYERS, Fresh Grade "A", Ib: 29c electrically.

10th birthday Monday, fie .

is having' his birthday party on Copeland Skinless FRANKS, 12oz35c
Saturday, June 1st.
Mrs. Minnie Ellis has as her ,
Leonard Burke -- guests, Mrs. Gertrude Pope and PORK CHOPS, Center cuts, lb. 59c
Gerald Langstoh Levon Taylor son from Macon. Georgia.

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Shaeffer Lindy Cream Style CORN, 2 for 29c
and children Chuckle Jean Ann
. ,. ,
: Leslie, Gary and: Kenny, from Dukes MAYONNAISE 49c
qt. .
Huntsville, Ala. arrived Thursday, instant
j Kay 30th to spend a few days with Y Comfort.

atP5 the Bectons in Panacea Park and BANANAS, Ib. lOc' ElectrkaAyl
,S other relatives. She will be remembered -

i Fi as Laura Jaen Warren .
iI from Medart.
1to /
I Eev..Tom Harrell will hold services SHOP and SAVE ATPIGOTi'S : FLORIDA ,.

. 7 Sunday, June 9th at the # ..... '.' litB7M POWER
'.,' Bethel Primitive Baptist Church CORPORATION
Sunday School is at 10. a.mand \,
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.lA 1M -tMt/M QI -" 'h ti11Y3
church services are at 11:00 a-xn.
Rebecca Burke Mike Langiton Nathan* Thompson Everyone is welcome.MEDART .- --' -. -
i-I ., We give TOP VALUE. Stamps
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l .z .
f By John Pigott
Y I a.
.. 1y Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Andersonof .

Tampa are at their' home on
. Lake Ellen. -

Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pigott 'and .
,.. children of Crestview visited the ;
f '
Faster Way iiw
'..."'it, ryRhonda Steve Pigotts over the weekend.Mr. .
; .1 n and Mrs. Clinton Pigott and

f! family attended the graduation More Pork Prof s. ,. I

exercises of their son, Willis Roy
Pigott at the University of Geor- 11'EEDS I IMwwt

r Brenda Crowson Wesley Smith White gia on June 3. .
Mr.. and Mrs. Lawrence Rouden YE

and son of Perry visited in the

.. community last week.
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N :: How More Schooling Pays
Absent .
i I In the college group, for example .
Albert Lee
I Sarary. ., the difference in 1961 was
between an average income of
I under $7,400 a year for those with
I one. to three years of college, r .
ii.wYi i- : and more than $9,500 for those

s I I II who graduated. The comparable
Ij j .. '- difference for the high school
group was $800 a year between ;
Kenneth Crum Lana Spetzs the ones who graduated and those .)1,
. I who didn't, and for the elemen-

Duration,and Magnitude tary grades almost $1,300 a year. ,
Yet the fact is that May markedthe Syph differences in earning power J'-
. 27th month of the .recovery figure out to tens of thousands a
I since the recession low in February -' year in a lifetime income.
... 1961. Thus it has already The Census Bureau has not de-
- -- exceeded the upturn of 1958-60, veloped comparable income fig- '
i which only lasted 25 months, and ures for women by years of school .
there are many indications that it completed, explaining that a large Pig Starter :.
r has further to go. In August it proportion of them are not in the BALANCED FEED THAT GIVES PIGS '. ,..
will reach the 30-month recovery labor market and many of those A RUNNING START TO MARKET .. <.. .f;;: i-
mark, and its continuation into who work are employed on a ,. : '" :
.. next January will duplicate the part-time basis. Obviously, however Feed ;<
duration of the 1954-57 recovery educational qualifications -- .: Sow --Pig .> ,
which lasted 35 months. Only a are an important factor with reAspect ALL NUTRIENTS ANTIBIOTICS. : .. -%
minority of the recoveries in the to the positions held and : :- i *, '-
previous 26 business cycles in' earning power of a significant ::: ;
, Terry Davis Johnny StricklandSarah the past 110 years achieved aduration proportion of the more than 24 i1Y. Growing Ration w
of 30 months or. longer,j million women now In the working CONCENTRATED fORTIFIED FEED 1r' ,
i. according to the National Bureau population. This is particularly '-.4 .. ..
of Economic Research.. true of the career occupations 4 i '
The vigor of the current up- such as the professional! Hog SupplementsCALL I : > _'., :', "I;

turn after the pause of previous group where women represen "f ." .,
months has led to some marked two out of every five workers, it : ., ,
upward revisions in growth po- and the nonfarm managerial class ...... ,
tentials. Economic experts are where the female proportion is _:. ,
a now anticipating the attainment I: one out of every seven. '
\) of a record $595 billions in gross..i : >
national product in the fourth US TODflY:2SSSVGOOD

quarter of this year following the .' .;. .
greater-than-expected upturn in ... .. '
the first: quarter. : :; : ,
If ,
this is realized, the recovery -
will have registered a -'gain of F-R'M AND
David Gray Strickland more than $90 billions in gross s> P 'WITH

national product, or 19 per cent,
ABOVE ARE .THE from the low point ol $S6t: bflHona -

/ Tftt' Grackiat** of Sopchoppy Miff Though in the lower first in quarter percentage of 1961.performance '

..0f since it is based on a,I FLINT RIVER MILtS- .
1 ;:-;- biter economy, weald top the
|69. billions
: of the 1954-57 upturn .
and would make it the third biggest CALL 222-015 y 201 S.MONor ST. PHONE 2224274fa
on record in
: magnitude
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WMWAA OHBOT Wflflf! Inside
Thursday, June 6, 1963 1 > I Br Tom RakerYRRESPONSIBILITY question. Radical newsmen
: : THEATRES : personal publicity by wrftfag
continue to
, Tallahassee natives and Legislators inflamatory stories
shocked worst enemies of the Southlandand
alike were today at
distortions contained in the Tallahassee TfcU" are
the utter
wire and television simply another example wWeh
national coverage -
-Saturday of non-existant "race riota" makes a newspaper reader wonder
.. Theright Capucine allegedly held in the Capital City whether there Is any truth te otherreports"
of violence in other areas
ce Harvey last night.
of the South. This Is the very sort
ON THE One wire service story described _
will ulti-
of freedomthat
SIDE" Tallahassee as a "raciallytense"city "press
which "came to the brink of mately END freedom"of the press
Co-Hit erupting into bitter violence"-and for us all
Jeff Chandler the story earned national publicityover TAXES:
new cola WIND OFEDEN" .radio-television-newspaper They did it again.
wires. Special Interest lobbyists whose

0- At least one national television interests are not "as special" as
network carried blood-curdling many persons try to make them
DRIVE-M articles designed to. stir the Tallahassee appear likely to fight off any huge
WHlYII.I.E HWY. racial situation to a frenzy, inroad of new tax levies again in
rather than report facts which this money-hungry Legislative Ses
were considerably less juicy to the sion.
whole thru Saturday unaware listener or viewer. Instead, the House and Senate
One national radio network news appear ready to extend the limited
; : Glenn Ford commentator asserted the Florida three per cent sales tax by making
: : GUN Legislature was meeting this morn it a limited four per cent tax to

'., ,. : ALIVE" ing to try and figure out some raise some $990 millions needed to
..," means of coping with the racial pay the already-passed appropriations -
:T '
:. /O LYI CALORIE PE SERVING Plus Co-Hit Heston ':have"violence"happened that last was night.supposed to- bitter billA fight looms-especially-

; '; Charlton The report was untrue. Legislators in the House-where floor actionis
: VRIGHT FOR TASTE-F LL COLA Head" are largely unaware of the i expected to begin tomorrow.. The
7-- '. House Finance and Tax Committee
picketing by Negroes around two
: /GREAT FOR CHILDREN=-NO Capital City theatres-and to infer mustered only a 12-11 vote to bring
that: the lawmakers are taking time the limited tax increase measure tothe
/No EXTRA COST away from the press of state busi- floor. I
: ness to look into peaceful picket- Recalling that the appropriationsbill (
; A task we look for- ing on public treets is an insult to barely got through, observers j
. to with distaste, perform their intelligence and the intelli-. are sure the fight has just begun i
c 1'j reluctance and brag about gence of the general public. -and that it can hardly be finishedby i
."-Dale Holdridge, Nothing has changed -with re- Friday. .:
(S. D.) Bugle. A major difference in the House
and Senate plans is the failure of
,_ ."r' the Senate to Include the threecentsperpack -
N,' A f} cigarette tax Increase -
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KC M ;. *. in its money measure and
the cities desperately in need of
i8W& STUDEBAKER, 4 Door Cheap.. $l 5 the $24 millions it would provideare
I Transportation, Only ,. __ ; ''il not likely to take this slap

1 1 without a fight.
The House previously had accepted -
the cigarette tax hike-and
members are counting on Senate
PLYMOUTH V8. 4 Door agreement in the nutter.APPROPRIATIONS .

Only -_ ---- ___' $595 : ;

I Taxpawers had better hope the i
..... ,Senate doesn't have to reconsiderits ;'
..:.. : FORD, 6. Cylinder 4 Door Station Wagon Radio Appropriations bill again to i
_; and Heater"Automatic the extent of having new copies :

Transmission _T printed. i
---- -- 95
9 -- J,4 They already have a bill of be- i
diet.ritee: :tween $8,000 and $10,000 to pay I

(,just for PRINTING the bulky
multitude of times- I
{measure a
M '
LtIi 61 PICKUP, V2 Ton:TRUCK, $1 095 .some of them apparently unnecessary. I
'cola What are you waiting for.-,.-:_. I' I
A strange concurrent resolution ;

r has been .introduced in the Senateto
VOLKsWAGON BUS, : accomplish by writ what has
Only H$795: been defeated on the floor in regard -
to right to work legislation.The .
- ; A Product of RoYal Crown Cola Co. resolution calls for creationof
a committee of four House i
.' 1958 FORD v-s, 6-Pass. 4-door; members and three Senators to i
Lujgagt rack Automatic transmission, r a- s&95 investigate activities of firms, i
DRINK ALL YOU LIKELIKE die! htator Vary ban wagon for ....,..._. sons, corporations or organizations per-

advocating contracts which would :
BOTTLED BY THE 1958 CHEVROLET V-8 6 Pass. violate right to work provisions of I i
44ftor Automatic transmission, radio, hoarft $595 the Florida Constitution.
ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING Good wagon .......................................* The resolution even allows con-
tributions to support the committee -
BOTTLERS. OF 1957 PLYMOUTH V-S 4-door; by ANYONE along with
Automatic transmission, radio, k l Bator, 2 $495 grants and donations.. This means
: R.C. COLA- Nth Flavors- Upper 10 tone paint ................................................ the right to work organization,

, even Rose Printing Company, Inc.,
.. "
. and other industrial organizations
-, : : s '.r..,'-. .,.- $1 095 could put money in a kitty to push
. ..
'. ... : such a probe.Legislators.
-,;. :': have already killeda
.. 1960 ;PLYMOUTH 4-door, c.Pan. < right to work bill and now
'. {.cylinder; straifKt shift and I 095 face the last-second task of knocking -
.... .....,. Another one owner wagon.... H out a surreptious effort to pass
right to work by a lessrecognizable -

-. 1959 FORD; method.
"' AI-Co..cfftloa. V-t 4-4..,; auto S4 Associated Industries of Florida,
HT" -. mark transmission, radio, hoatar. I 095 and other management operationsof
: } Owe owner, plenty of room, plenty. Hco
." 0J -.-.......,.....?.....................-.. 7 its kind would do well to fight
I hard against the resolution, which
. 1959, ,RAMBLER 2-door ts certain to stir tremendous ill-
.... Lv';.,. rack for lots of luggage, room for $745 will between labor and management -
.. lots of "ar, 2-4oor with straight shift and!
: 'boater ........................................ ............ in the Sunshine State.
The measure was introduced by

.1960 FALCON, 4 door, radio and heater, $4 Senator Henderson as Senate Bill

Ii GENERAL ELECTRIC -. Standard low mileage Trasmission. 1 owner, |_/095' 1282.Strangely enough, public school

-v* forces who have won almost all
: I 11.8 : QUALITYREFRIGERATOR .' : their battles are pushing hardestfor
: 1959 PLYMOUTH, 8 cylinder, 4 door Station Wagon, a 20-day extension which will
Y :;I Radio and Heater, Automatic ( allow the mto stick around and
; .. mission, one owner Trans$895; over-ride any veto by Governor
, : Farris Bryant.

Lobbyists, of course, are pulling
: ". .Only 28 inches wide, needs no door .. 1959 FORD, 6 cylinder, 4 door, Heater, just as hard for a quick end to the
s .;- Automatic Transmisiaon one owner : 4t8'95
clearance at side. Session which has seen a tax bill

.- *" Full-width freezer chest ,-, 'S. calling for 4187 millions In new
i Chiller tray low temperature storage for levies already sent to the floor of
! : desserts, meats. chill! soft drinks. the House and Senate.
; < ( 1958 VOLKSWAGON, 2 door, Radio and GOVERNOR'S RACE:
Big 10 cu. ft Fresh Food Section. t Heater, eee owner__-: 895 the so-
.. ../'"' An internal fight among
Cabinet Shelves.
2 Adjustable "C l&s
.. called (and mis-named)
Porcelain Vegetable Drawer. Crowd" could have a completely
.:: r Butter Compartment :. :" 1961 CHEVROLET, 8 cylinder, 4 door:! undesirable result so far as the

. '.. c4 y .. Dial Defrost Convenience. : Bekir, Radio and Heater, 1 595 participants. are concerned.

'kg : } ; 2 Egg Shelves. Air Cwdilioaer Daytona Beach RepresentativeFred
s -
.': ._-:.--'. II ; Karl, and Jacksonville Senator -
j- 2 Ice Trays.BIG .
: Jack Matthews are reported In
.1960LDgMOBII4 door, Radio and Heater Auto- disagreement over which one of

VALUE! .LOW PRICE! laalkTraBSfafesSoa: Power Steer- : the mshould run for Governor next
: !-'-. .. Ie,Power Brakes, owner salLOw 395 May.

t i r. aI-.ge Karl is virtually committee;
'l Matthews fears 1968 would be a
t..ut.i.L .' "' bad time for his chances-especial,
:'.J:..' nnnrcide, : .- ly If Jacksonville Mayor Hayden
.:" '. T .. Burns runs and wins ext year.

; '..:..: 1 0 .. \ "' ?! .; ,. But If BOTH men decide to try
:;1 ; .. ; ALFORDCHEVROLET the campaign this next go-round,
.: MODEL-212X ,. -4 i they are sure to dilute their organizational -
: c backing to
; and financial
: : the benefit of the three top-run:

; :5 Motor Service}. ? nen of present date.
Tully's CO. It is safe to forecast that both
will make some sort of
, 'i >,,: .. Wf08DVi lLE. FLORIDA within 30-45 days, and let the word
.,;. :;.< .t .. ... -- ''out as to the move each will make..

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