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: December 19, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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,', VOLUME 65-NUMBER itDoltYourself .
CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA TluaJ'I 7. DeeesScrii) ; 16! Price 10e Per Copy

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Commission Chairman Worley

Brown today announced the retire- t..

Movement GrowsWASHINGTONTwo ment of Burnis Coleman longtime 3 4ai

1 = general counsel of the Commission, x
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effective December 27. L }
prominent industrialists have "Mr. Coleman has ,had a long :

% Mms joined the drive for fairer tax and distinugished career as the

I reduction treatment for middle principal legal official of the Com-

income taxpayers.Rolf mission. His contributions, to Corn-

H. Berg, president of progress in this ear of change have

s the National Tool, Die and been greatly apreciated," Brown

Precision Machining Associa- said.Coleman iI'F..x

itirll1@11 tion, and Roland M. Bixler, had served 24 years

representing the Manufacturers with the Industrial Commission.His .

I II. 1 Association of New Haven is period of service has been .'

County Conn., told the Senate recognized at ceremonies by the

Finance Committee that it was state workmen's compensation as- .

1i vital to economic well-being sociation. Coleman will be honoredby

that those in the middle brack- friends and colleagues at a _

ets be given more equitable dinner at the Elks Club Monday _
1Iceuwfc1Y consideration than the House- night, December 16. He began T _

passed tax bill now provides. work with the Commission as an _

Declaring that the"pent up" appeals referee on February 1, _

demand wa for capital spend- 1939. He has been Commission

ing and not for consumer general cousel since 1941. _

spending, Mr. Berg pointedout Born at Vernon in Washington _

that the nation would haveto County on October 25, 1905, Coleman -. BILLY WALKER

look to the middle income 58. is the son of Dr. T. T.

taxpayer, principally for this Coleman of Okeechobee, and the Billy WalkerTo
capital and that they will be late Godfrey Lawrence Coleman.

better able to supply it if their Coleman was reared in Bay Seek Office -

., present heavy tax burden.... are County and graduated from Bay
l Billy Walker of Wakulla Station
\ ; eased. .
i County High School. He receivedthe his
: announces intention of being
DANGER OF LAG LL.B degre from the University Y t. a candidate in the Democratic
of Florida Law School in 1931
M ,' "A free enterprise economy Primary for the Office of County
practiced law in Panama City
NAIIYALON COYEII.HGa.Giant grows, lags, or bumps bottomas from 1931 Commissioner District 1.
through 1937. During
it is Walker has filed his
holly candles glow with holiday spirit on this front door as nourished, deprived of. that period until he went to work intention
Santa's helper adds the final touch. A Few rolls of weatherproof ad- or starved in its supply of private for the Industrial l Commission, he ar with the Secretary of State's Of-
hesive covering and a pair of scissors are all that's needed to aeate the capital." Mr. Berg added. also fice and will comply with the
design. The candle holder is made of strips of red adhesive covering. "We must' remember that it served as a right-of-way agent regulations required.
Windows or door panels, covered with green, become the candles, and was the for the State Road Department. ..
green holly leaf cutouts provide trimming for the knocker and the energy, earnings andsavings Coleman is an advisory memberof '-:,
candle holder base.SOPCHOPPY. of our people that the Workman's Compensation JJ, Doyle ConnerTo
changed the United States "
NEWS from a land of.great promise Committee of the Florida Bar Association X Run
A The Sopchoppy' ':'CrowfordVille ';FHP: Urges>..Care "inta'Yland -great achieve! : and L,-*. IPem.ber,_o,|, the. .-b.: ; -.., t. .
Legislative Committee of '
the Interstate
ment. On Record
Mehodist churches completed their By PedestriansFor Conference of I
Bixler Employment
Mr. who is the
president !-
Revival Sunday night, with the Security Agencies. TALLAHASSBE-Florida Com
Rev. Herb McComas of Safety Sake of JBInstruments. : missioner of
Russell, He belongs to the Tallahassee. I Agriculture Doyle
Inc. New Haven Conn. told
Kentucky and the local pastor, the Florida, and American Bar Associations Conner today announced that he
the committee that if the
Rev. Richard Spraguei n charge. TALLAHASSEE- fhe Florida economy would be a candidate for re-elec-
Highway Patrol asked is to respond to the call ,
On Sunday evening, the Crowford- Coleman is a past president of tioni n 1964. lIe cited hie recordin
Floridians if they had'consideredhow for better growth and more f
yule choir came down and gave a the Lions Club in both Panama office as his platform.
many *more safe walking jobs it ,has to depend on ade-
lovely rendition of Christmas days they have until Christmas. quate private investment and City and Tallahassee. He is on Conner pointed out there had

music. During the Christmas season that a goodly portion of this the Legislative Committee of the l been significant: developments in
.The Sunday School will hold rush is a good time to learn howto Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce.He the fields of agriculture and con-
must come from the middle
be a "safe and aUvje" pedes-
their annual Christmas tree xumer protection during his first
program income is a mmeber of the First -i
trian. Patrol Comdr. H. N. taxpayers.
this Saturday evening, Dec. Kirkman said and reminded "Revision of the tax law in Baptist Church of Tallahassee and three years in office, and that

21, at 7:00 P.M. after which the residents that "lives will be the direction of justice for the Theta Chi fraternity.Mr. DOYLE CONNER the Departmet of Agriculture had

W.S.C.S. will serve light refreshments lost during the rush unless the middle income taxpayer and Mrs. Coleman reside been modernized to reduce costs of

Miss Velma Rudd is in people take care." is the one means by which the at 1461 Marion Avenue. They have .'Pf'ration.
charge of the program. be And lost, he said, they will not all federal government can better two daughters, Mrs. Eugene Eden- C'VI e Methodist Tree-Farming for "Since 19 0. the Department has
on the highways by a
The Lions Club observed their long shot. assure to the private economy field, Clearwater, and Mrs. ThomasW. Profitable"I'm carried on successful eradication

annual Ladies Night, Tuesday "People who pile high holiday the capital uhilh it will needto Fritz, Guam. Church NotesThe Gum programs against screwworms and

evening, with a Christmas partyat season bundles and then take off grow over the years," Mr. annual Christmas, Programwill a pine-planter, because ." the Mediterranean fruit fly," Con-
Ooks Restaurant. The Calendars in every direction ,across the Bixler asserted.Organizations. be held at the Crawfordville With millions of pine seedlings ner said. "We have also initiated

have arrived and arc being dis streets and highways of the statein which previously Methodist Church, Sunday nightat being planted in Florida this sea- programs to combat hog eholera.

tributed. Extra Calendars are on their hurry and bustle to get had urged the Senate Birth AnnouncedMr. 7:00 o'clock. .A Christmas play son, the farmer or landowner whois Mexican fruit flies and fire ants."
their Christmas done
hand for those wishing them, at party. won'f get it shopping don"! at all Finance Committee to alter and Mrs. Wesley Smith, will be given by members of the putting his acres to work with C.onner'pointed out that he had

Raymond Revell's Barber Shop. because they will ,walk them- the tax bill so that fairer Sopchoppy, announce the ,birth ofa Sunday School, after which, the planted pines may have one rea- also led a successful fight for

/ Monday evening, a group of ehs to death." warned the treatment would be accorded daughter. Tina Mechelle Smith Christmas party will be held in son for his effort ,or several: equitable taxation of Florida farmland -

M.Y.F, members attended the Sub patrol chief. middle income bracket taxpayers was born Dec. 8 at Tallahassee the Annex. The public is cordially Tree-farming for the pulpwood and had created a marketing

District Meeting at the Methodist The patrol: said that there is include the National Memorial Hospital and weighted invited to attend. market, or for aw timber, or to division within the Department to

Church in Apalachicola.The an increasing number of pedestrians Association of Manufacturers 5 pounds, 15H onces. Grandparentsare The M.Y.F. members went to improve a commercial recreation, provide assistance to growers in
being killed in Florida
Woman Club met last Thursday and the record could run the the United States Junior Mr. and Mrs. John R. Roberts Apalachicola to the Methodist site, or to sell gum naval stores marketing. their products.

1 evening. Mrs. Ray Dunlap announced highest! this seat of any previous ,Chamber of Commerce, the and Ivery Smith, all of Sopchoppy. Church to attend Sub District for profit. Let's look at gum. "Although there has been little

that $400. fere cleared twelve months unless every pre- Ohio Manufacturers Association Meeting and ,Banquet. Eric Mathis I Of seven southern states in the publicity on our services to the

from the food booth at the Fair. C"3utiOis exercised. and the Associated In- gave a ninteresting talk on what I Naval Stores belt, Florida is econd consumer, we have strengthenedand

They are again selling the Benson Cfl. Kirkman had this bit of dustries of Alabama. Christianity means to the individual I only. to Georgia. in annual pro consolidated a number of major -
Fruit Cakes, which are of extra advice and information- for holi- duction.- And- the gum industryin inspection sendees be said.

good quality and can be had at tar:afore sea-ton shoppers: II!: the Sunshine State is rated at "By lightening and strictly en-
hare hail of all pedestrian 1
Mrs Steve; Revell's home. The accidents occur where there are moret ban $3,120,000 annually' forefnjr- regulations we have been

Christmas' party will be held at NO traffic control facilities. So Card of ThanksWe wholesale return to the producer.One able to halt the safe of unsafe

Faviors Restaurant, Friday evening walk with the light when in town barrel of raw gum bringsthe foods, curtail thf use .of unsafe
December 20th. and watch whe'e vou're going wish to thank our many producer about 25 or 30 dollars pesticides and to improve standards

Mr and Mrs. Frank Schroedor when in rural Tfol',i,. friends for their prayers, kind ex- per barrel. Turpentine, of course, in all other areas tinder. our

and children from Tallahassee bundles Don't' and load wajkat your j random arms with on pressions of sympathy, the lovely' is derived from the raw gum andit jurisdiction," Conner stated.

spent Sunday':afternoon with Mr. city streets. It's a deadly prac- floral offerings and assistance in has many industrial uses in A veteran office holder, Connerwas

and Mrs. Walter. Harms. ai the recent death ofc our Larry. plastics, paintsa nd synthetics.The first elected to the Florida
tice.Don't sack! fj t'm.bttween ; Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Taylor "face" is the bared cut near House of Representatives at the

parked iarsn' doubir l park ktax a+c John and Donald the base of the pine. Under the age of 21, while a student at the
and StKl<(fcperrfSurtar door
cut-face is From University of Florida. He served
DEATH a cup. the cup
'ITthoiit obi ki-rring \ hit traftic IS
trVjng.ttrpass vehicle .r the raw gum is collected. five terms, and was elected& Speaker .
Word was'received today that My neighbors"I of the House U 6&.
{ -.Vther words.be extra Throughout Florida during 1962, in -
Mrs. Laura Glass of Jemison, .Alabama cautious during.the holiday and ". an estimated 4,600,000 faces were He was named one o fthe Ten
died December 17. Mrs. tfSfaround .to. celebrate January t.'vF8i1. worked. Gum farmers using the Outstanding Young Men in the
Glass was a sister of Mrs. A. R.' 1, 1964. ( "iKi, Nation
; in 1980
... ,, ,,' acid stimulation and bark chipping by the U. S. Junior
Russ, Route 2. Crawfordville. L methods may expect from 22 to 29 Chamber of Commerce, and. servedas
"S'i' _'&f '; barrels of raw gum per 1,000 fUH.All both state and national president

i 'J4f.F-Eib''fIlC.:1i: : pines aren't gum producers. of Future Farmers of America -

."- .;.,.4!'. ?',._ : Only slash and longleaf pines are when in acbool.
.. .. considered suitable pine gum producers
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..' and not tree less than nine
;' { inches in diameter should be Mrs. Farier Has
; As the, :End of the Year rapidly approaches and as *
worked for commercial
+ : gum pro-
,.. f Children's
we complete 6 years. of producing, skulls .Count} ;'; : duction.In Party
Wakulla Mrs. Kenneth Favfer of Favier's
County during 1963,
News for you, I let us humbly say thank you and wishto
"5R:rF an estimated 108,000 faces were in Lobster House at the Bridge in

you all a most joyous Christmas and may 1964 bringto production. Appriximate total volume Panacea will entertain the childrenof
realized I'd never recall for the county was 2800 here employees with a Christmas
you-your every desire and wish. all that I want for Christmas barrels, valued at about $80,000 Party at her home Thursday.

.' so I pat it on tape for you!" total. Gum harvesting is done December 19. '

,. ;t.- Merry Christmas, 1' SIX FLAGS 43 SEASON ENDED-The ancients narrow-gauge steam usually from March 15 throughthe Those present will be Beverly
;'rzL. :: ', engine. circled the mile and one-half track around Six Flags Over middle of October. Ann Cowdy, Diane Harper, Marsha'

f .: _Keightley-Virginia M;.Keightley fA Texas then ground noisily to a stop at the depot. Its work after Ask Farm Forester Dan Hans. Snyder Mike Snyder, Billie Snyder
.- carrying more than 1,436,000. passengers in 198, ended The NOTICE man about planting pines in Florida all of Crawfordville also Donna
y ?. Mrs: Sylvia Paulig :r -i' farewells by the park attendants were brief but hBpre lve. After -
;.' ,. a complete overhaul during the winter months, the old "Iron Tully Motor Service will be for several different profitable] Perrault Danny Robinson. Cecil
:; : .. : r Hone" wffl once again be put back In service along with many dosed from Dec. 24 through markets, including gum naval Robinson, Gary Robinson and Paul
rides and shows April 18, 1984 when Six Sauls all of Panacea.
.".' new attractions on stores. ,
1st for
January the
't ; .'iii<1if7'k : }- Flags commences its 1964 season. holidays. r

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z.&L __ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE the Sopchoppy River. thence Westerly. NOTICE TO BIDDERS ,

2 Thftraday, D wi her SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Northerly and Easterly along the Sopchoppy NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Minutes County
: FLORIDA. IN AND FOR WAKULLA River to the Point of Berinninc Board of County Commissioners .
WORK t COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. LESS & EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING Wakulla County will receive sealed SchoolBoard- 1.
BULLDOZER :, .{ No. 1JSr- Commence at the Southeast corner ids at the office of the Clerk of the -
Fay Price Rouse individually the Northeast Quarter of Section 34 Court in Crawfordville until S:00clock
7. : : and as Executrix of the Estate Township 4 South. Range 3 West. Wakufla P.M. jon December 16th 1963. The Wakulla County Sehool
LAND of> W. J. Bouse deceased. W. C. County. Florida and run : furnishing the following: session Docemberl6,1963at8OOA.M.The-
Board met in regular
,; ... Rouse Jr.. A. B. Taft and. C. Taf4Plaintiffs. South 89 degrees 46 minutes 1 New Crawler Type Tractor with
:,, ; 24690 feet. thence South 72743 straight dozer blade; -
COUNTY : ContactArchieBlackRt.1B0X6&-- : i to the Center of Mill Creek for a Interest to be included in bid price;
Hosford Florida ..", : Colin Mitchell vs. et als. of Beginning. From said Point of Beginning Bidders to bid on 2 and 3 years extended : Chairman. Mr. Crum, called ,
., run thence South (9 payments with the following
Defendant to order
53 minutes West 938.7 feet thence Single drum unit front mount. 3thieve. 1 I

Telephone WAlnut ; ; \; SUIT TO QUIET( TITLE 20 degrees 53 minutes West 1030: feet rear mount wench also bid members present: Mr. Paulk, Mr.
Li t.i ; thence South 69 degrees 53 read mount wench
L ; ;. without ; Mr Rodden- 1
: West 210.0 feet. thence North 20 With ,trade-in old TD-14. also. bid Posey Mr. Gowdy and
: 53 minutes West 270.0
feet. without trade-in
North 24 degrees 53 minutes West 726( 110 H. P. engine alternate bids on
: FLORIDA: feet. thence North 51 degrees 23 minutes : 93 H. P. engine may be submitted. Moved by Mr. Gowdy and see- i
.: ;; TO: W. S. Smith snd.Doriz Smith. his West 195.0 feet. thence North Tractor to be
with radiator
._ = : wife. ,Cyo USA?. Goose Bar Lab- equipped onded by Mr. Pose that the minutes
Virginia Kefchtley n NOTICE degrees 51 minutes East 1280 feet guard; 6 bottom rollers each side; <
i ... ,.'"" : rador. D. C.; the Center of Mill Creek. thence Southeasterly 20" shoes engine oil !
:. 'J ." : TO;: Lillian S. Powell and BiD Powell the ; pan guard; front of November 18th, 20th 21th,
t along center line of pun hook; tool box; dry type air
1" her husband. CharlirtTt' South Creek to the Point of Beginning, cleaner; hour meter; and all other and 26th be approved as read.

t" : : :. .. TO-: Carolina Stanley H. Gray and Joste Gray. being above In described Section 34.property. Township lying 4 The standard Board equipment reserves the right to reject Voting for the motion was Mr. 1

Entered at C Wford -- : -r-'. his Richmond.wife. Meadow Virginia:_ Brook Road. Range 3 West. yor all bids and to award to the best Gowdy, Mr. Posey. Mr. Paulk !
ALSO Commence at the Southeacorner of Wakulla County.
OF TO: Robert Ward Gray and VerdeH of the Northeast Quarter of County Commissioners Mr. Roddenberry and Mr. Cruaa. 1
as second class matter. TO THE CITIZENS Gray. his wife. 30 Pleasant Ridge Section 34. Township 4 South. County
: Drive. Ashville Reveli North Carolina; 3 West. Wakulla County. Florida, D. Turner. chairman Moved by Mr. Gowdy and seconded ;

tion rate: $3.00 per year. TO: Herbert and Eddie Mae run thence South 89 degrees 46 28, Dee. 5-13-19 by Mr. Posey that Mr. J. C. '
: Revell. his wife. 311 Cotton Avenue.
WAKULLA COUNTY .: West 779.86 feet thence South .
".'" 3 ThomasvlBe. Georgia; feet to a point on the South bank: Duggar Mr. J. B. Miller Mrs. 1
TO: Horace Revell and Magdalene
the Sopchoppy River.
said be
Revell. his wife. Rt. No.3. point Mary Chapman Mrs. Homer Harvey -
ing the Point of Beginning. From
I YOUR CONVENIENCE Thomasvllle. Georgia Point of Beginning run thence '
TO: J. E Revel and June BeveL his 25 degrees 35 minutes West 320.0 and Mr. Alvan Branch be 'f

If You wife. P. O. Box fide. Fairbanks. thence South 64 degrees 25 minutes N THE COURT OF THE COUNTY named as subetitute bus driven

'('CLEANING AND ,LAUNDRY TO: Mrs.Alaska Marie: Godwin and D. C. Godwin 3450 minutes feet.East thence 225.0 North feet 25 to 'degrees the So : JUDGE IDA. IN WAKULLA PROBATE.COUNTY. FLOR. for the Crawfordville High School. ;11

S Office her husband. 215 North Miller bank of Sopchoppy River thence Northwesterly n re: Estate of
Voting for the motion was Mr. \
Avenue West Bainbrtdge. Georgia; along the South bank of J. Rouse. Deceased. I
S Business : BE LEFT AT TO Harley Revel and Texle Mae. Sopchoppy River to the Point of Beginning ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS Mr. Mr. Paulk Mr.
: : MAY Gowdy, Posey j
I Office ; : Revel his wife. 2433 N. Castro. the above described !' HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
Tuscon. Arizona. lying and being in the Southeast AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Roddenberry and Mr. Crura.

See or CallRANEY :: ;: THE OFFICE :, TO: Blonza R. Keck and Ed }Keck her of Section 34. Township 4 Quarter You and each of you are hereby notlied Moved by Mr. Posey and seconded j
: WAKULLA NEWS : husband. 1923 South 3rd Street Range 3 West. to present any claims and demands
Nibs, Michigan: ALSO; EXCEPT; Commence you. or either of you. may have Mr. Paulk that the leave
; TO: Lucille H. ifiric and Brady Ulric. Southwest comer of Section at the estate of W. J. Rouse de by It

: :: SERVICE : her 'husband. Rt. No. 4. Box 177. 4 South. Range 3 West 33.and Township late of said County. to thebounty requested by Mr. Whiten Cox. and
: THREE DAYS Opelika. Alabama: Judge of Wakulla County Flor-
: thence North 00 degrees 23 .
: atCAPITAL TO: Theodore C. Harris and Mrs. East 166.83 feet, thence North GO degrees at his office in the court house of Dave Collins be granted.
Theodore C. Harris. his wife General 55 minutes East 569.10 feet County at Crawfordville. Florida. Voting for the motion was Mr. !
GIVEN CUSTOMERS Delivery. McCall. Mississippi: a point on the center line of State six calendar months from the
: ', : ; WILIBE TO: J. D. Harris and Violet Harris. his No. S-375.: said point being the end of of the first publication of this Gowdy. Mr. Posey, Mr. Paluk Mr.
; EQUIPMENT : wife. General Delivery Columbus. curve thence North 53 degrees Two copies! of each claim or de
Georgia: minutes East along said center shaU be in writing and shall state Roddenberry and Mr. Crum. ""

319.South Adama TO: George Harris. Jr.. and Bernice 689.38 feet. thence North 36 degrees place of residence and post office Moved by Mr. Roddenberry and
his General and shan be sworn to
Harm wife. Delivery. the claimant
West 50.0 feet
A to
,Corner E. 9 Alexander City. Alabama: monument on the Northwesterly a the claimant. his agent or attorney seconded by Mr. Gowdy that the

'I! TALLAHASSEE. Woodvill Lumber Co. residences TO The and following addresses defendants.are unknown whose concrete of monument State Road being No.In S-373 the RightofWay ( dollar accompanied and such by claimor a filing detAmd fee of Florida High Way Educational Department

after diligent search and Inquiry andif of a branch) for a Point of so filed shaU be void. be contacted to give
1 .. any are dead to their unknown heirs. From said Point of Beginning : Fay Price Rouse
: devisees and assigns. and to the husbands run North 37 degrees 28 minutes As Administrator of the Estatesof workshop in drivers First Aid
or wives of any such defendants: 161.0 feet. thence North 78 W. J. Rouse deceased.
Frankie Smith Haines and Ray degrees 4 publication Dec 12. 1963. and Safety tdall his drivers.
minutes West 170.65 feet. thence
Lumber l Sepplies"We
READY MIX Building Haines; Herbert Moore. Jr. and Mrs. 83 degrees 27 minutes West 160.70 issues-Dec. 12-19-26. Jan. 2. Voting for the motion WM Mr.
Herbert :Moore; Elizabeth Smith: DorisS. thence North 7 -
degrees 29 mlnutaWest \
Holden and Shay Holden. her husband 702.65 feet, thence North 36 toddenberrv.. Mr. Gowdy.' Mr.

: In'ees 10 minute Cast 115 M #.,.
Paulk Mr. and Mr. Crum.
: TO: Robert Bradham. John Duggarand -- '- Posey
I"r YourBusiness" thence North 18 degrees 47 mInuteEast
Need And Appreciate Marion Duggar. his wife. Almon 181.84 feet. thence North 11 Tides Moved by Mr. Paulk and sec
Levy and Ritty Levy.. his wife. Wm. L. grees 49 minutes East 338.50
Duval.' Michael Burns. also known as thence. North 22 degrees 30 onded by Mr. Roddenberry that the

Michael Barnes. Lodwick E. Laird and West 327.00 feet thence North 15 OCHLOCKONEE BAY TIDES bills be paid as approved by the
0 Caroline R Laird his wife. George W. grees 45 minutes East 371.85
: Rich. Dr. John Kost. W. T. Duval. thence South 88 degrees 48 minutes HIGH LOW Board.
W .E. Duval. John J. Cason and M. I.
230.50 feet thence. North 63
degrees am pm
Call Cason. his wife Cader Kersey. Mary minutes East 221.45 feet thence am pm Voting for the motion was Mr.
Bostick. Mattle E Bailey, N. E. Whetstone Dec. 1 1:40 3:23 8:51 8:38
70 degrees 39 minutes East 145.28 Paluk Mr. P.
4:09 9:23 9:16 Roddefiberry.Wr. ey,
MUMS, P. A. Brinson. E. B. Revell and thence North 67 degrees 42 Dec. 2 2:17

Quality and Price Guaranteed.Ross .. Isiah Roddenberry.. Colin as Mitchell.guardian of Robert JohnMcLaughlin. East 230.32 feet thence North 67 Dec.Dec. 4 3 3:37 2:56 '5:43 4:55 10:08 10:54 10:39 9:55 Mr. Gowdy and Mr. <:turn.

Mitchell in his own right, and as grees thence 24 North minutes 63 degrees East 167.04 1C Dec. 5 4:23 6:34 11:44_ _. 11:35 The Audit of the Internal Accounts -
assignee of the estate and effects of the Dec. 6 5:17 7:30 12:39
East 202.51 feet thence North 61 Dec 7 6:28 8:31 12:50 1:40 of the WakaHa County Pub..
mercantile house heretofore
grees 53 minutes East 124.17 feet,
Hannon Owner under the firm name of "Carnoehan andMitchen" North 69 degrees 38 minutes East ; Dec. 8 8:05 10:14 9:27 2:26 3:56 2:50 3:59 lie Schools was approved as sub..
_.. and as trustee of the creditors feet thence North 6T degrees Dec. 9 '53
10:56 5:02
4 of said firm; East 74.60 feet. thence North 88 Dec. 10 11:19 mitted. -
11:34 5:52 5:48
I ..... ,. t ." TO: Apalachicola Land Company a 09 minutes East 190.30 feet. Dec.Dec. 11 12 12:22_ 1:13 6:35 6:30 Mover by Mr. Paulk and seconded 1
PANACEABARBER co-partnership or Joint stock company
South 85 degrees 03 minutes East 101. 1:55 7:12 7:08
T association composed or formerly Dec. 13 Mr. that the
feet. thence South 77 degrees 44 Dec. 14 12:42 2:32 7:47 7:42 by Gowdy
composed of Peter Mitchell as Executor -
478.93 feet thence South 15
sH -- ." > of Robert Mitchell, and John Car Dec. 15 1:12 3:06 3:20 8:13 Board adjourn.
grees 58 minutes East 11<<.67 feet Dec. 16 1:43 3:38 8:50 8:42 \
nochan and Peter Mitchell as Trusteesfor a point son the North Right-of-Way!: Dec. 17 2:12 4:12 9:22 9:12 Voting for the motion was Mr.
the creditors ot Carnoehan and
State Road No. 5-375.. thence
.'' Mitchell; Colin Mitchell. Thomas Ver- westerly along said Right-of-Way an Dec.Dec. 19 18 2:43 3:17 4:47 5:25 10:32 9:57 10:21 9:44 Paulk, Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. PM- I
Only milya Benjamin W. Rogers and Richard -
,Open distance of 1043.44 feet (the chord 11:13 11:09
Dec. 20 3:56 6:07
Mr. and Mr.
SPECIALS Carnochan. Benjamin Marshall and said arc being South 61 degrees 4:42 6:54 11:58 ey
Tuesdays tad WEEK-END John Graham, and the survivor or minutes West 1040.11 feet) thence Dec.Dec. 22 21 5:42 7:44 12:10 12:50- Henry Crum, Chairman
8:00 AJL to 8:00 said co-partnership or successor or or association successorsof ; 53 Right-of-Way degrees 43 152089 minutes feet West to along the Dec.Dec. 23 24 8:36 7:00 8:35 9:26 2:53 1:27 2:55 1:48 C. L. Townsend, Superintendent I
TO The Trustees and
of Beginning. containing 100 acres Dec. 25 10:18 10:16 4:10 4:05
Boys aDd Me aHaircut Apalachicola Land Company. namely or less. The above described Dec. 26 11:43 11:05 5:16 5:11
; Louts McLane. John Graham. lying and being in the Section 6:1108
$ Dec. 27 12:51 11:62
Charles Augustus Davis. Joseph M. Township 4 South Range 3 6:59
1:48 7:02
Flat Tops $1.BROWNING. CHRISTMAS SALE >; White. George Griswold. Joseph Dela- Wakulla County, Fla. Dec.Dec. 29 28 12:18 2:38 7:48 7:45
/ field. Lewis Curtis. Nathaniel Thurston
; ALSO EXCEPT the following 3:23 8:34 8:28 INSIDE.
Dec. 30 1:24 ,
TO. Carnochan and MitcheU. a co ; ; ;
scribed land, to-wit: Dec. 31 2:08 4:049:18 9:09 I
partnership formerly composed of Commence at the Southwest I' INDUSTRY
Morn PICNIC HAMS ,llx: 40c John and Peter Mitchell. if now In of Section 33. TownshiD 4 South. Ran IT"T" CORRECTION: For Cedar Key:
existence and U not. now in existence. 3 West thence run North -00"'degre minus 30 minutes; for Suwanee
50c to the surviving partners or partner. 23 minutes East 166.83 feet river entrance: minus 28 minute;
CHOPS lb. and to the unknown successors.. assigneenr North 60 degrees 55 minutes East for Steinhatchee Deadman's Bay
assignees of the said co-partnership feet to a point on the centerline minus 14 minutes.
of Carnoehan and Mitchell; and to the State Road No.
S-375, said point
: 45e G:
: .' .
LIVER lb. ;? < -<- unknown grantees legatees and dis the end of a curve, thence North -
% .. .
,- tributees of said co-partnership, and to degrees 43 minutes East along said 3rd 10thIN J
: the unknown heirs. devisees legatees or terline 2210.27 feet. thence North I
CoBstraetkm '
10 Ibs. }: : :; grantees of either of the said copartners degrees 42 minutes East 1034.57 Those family snapshots you

,. and all persons claiming by. to a concrete monument on the treasure not have been
and Land ; through or under them, or either of boundary of said State Road No. -:' THE COURT OF THE COUNTY may
EGGS med. SOc large.55c them; said concrete monument being JUDGE, WAKULLA COUNTY. FLOR. possible if George Eastman a
TO John Carnoehan .
: individually
Southeast corner of W. C. Hn; PROBATE.IN .
Day Phone $2 39 and as trustee for the creditors of Car- property, thence North 09 degrees IDA RE: ESTATE OF bank clerk, had not gotten
FLOUR 25 Ib bag nochan and Mitchell
; minutes West 134.16 feet. thence ISHAM KINSEY. weary of lugging 70 pounds of
Plumes TO: Richard Carnoehan.. William 67 degrees 51 minutes East 470.05 Deceased.TO '
Nicbl : '
: 65c Calder; thence North 75 degrees 51 ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS equipment along in pursuit of -

FOIL, heavy duty Inerartty TO: James; Inerarity and/or. John East 16 minutes 475.08 feet West thence 13.92: North feet to 19 an AGAINST HAVING SAID CLAIMS ESTATE OR DEMANDS his hobby as a photographer

TO: Octavius Mitchell. Peter Mitchell. -DC for a Point of Beginning. When Eastman founderof
WOOVILLE, House COFFEE 10 oz J r $1.45 Robert Mitchell; I said Point of Beginning run You and and required each of to you present are hereby any claims notified ,

TO Robert Mitchell and/or Peter North 89 degrees 58 minutes and demands which )(>u. or either of the world renowned East
Mitchell. as assignees of Carnoehan 1969.76 feet to an Iron pipe in the
of took
have the estate Kodak
Fruit Pies you. may against man Company up
Miss Frozen and Mitchell, a co-partnership composed tSr of a branch thence North 16 )sham Kinsry. deceased late of said
or formerly composed of John crees 15 minutes 40 seconds East to the County Judge of Wakulla photography in 1877 it was the
Aple, Peach & Cherry 39c Carnoehan trustees for and the Peter creditors Mitchell of said and co as said section branch of said 1244.66 branch feet with to the the court County.house Florida.of said at County his office at Crawford in the. crudest of activities The
partnership. living and if dead to of Mill Creek, thence
ville. Florida within six calendar cameras were as big as soapboxes -
.Barber his their unknown in trust.
Dees e.39c or successors along the center of said Mill Creek to
the time of the first
months from publication
FRANKS pkg. assignees and his their unkhdwn
or the huge
point 300 feet Westerly of the fli of this notice. Two copies of tripods were
heirs. devisees legatees and
Sortttt grantees Mill Dam Site thence
2238 cestui and each claim or demand shall be in writ and cumbersome and a "dark
trust and cestul trust
que 1930 feet more or less. to the Point and shall state the place of residence
BOYS .. all persons claiming by. through or Beginning The above described and post office address of the tent" had to be toted on field
them or either of them the said ty lying and being in Sections 33
and shall be to the
claimant, sworn by
Robert Mitchell and/or Peter Mitchell 34. Township 4 South. Range 3 claimant his agent or attorney and trips The tent was needed
Open 6 dyi a as such assignees and as such trusteesas I Wakulla County. Florida.
:! aforesaid; accompanied by a filing fee of one because the only suitable
dollar and such claim or demand not so
TO Marshall. John Mc-
TID 8 P'" : Nish.: Nathaniel Benjamin Turston. Thomas Ver Commence at the Southwest filed shall be void.TRUDIE r.egative material of the time

SUWANNEE STORE milya. John P. Williamson: of Section 33. Township 4 South. STOUTAs was the wet plate. This involved -
executor: of the Last Will
Foar Busier TO John Beard as receiver of the 3 West. thence run North 00 degrees of the-
Apalachicola Land Company; minutes East 166.83 feet. thence and Testament of Isham Kinsey the application

CRAWFORDVILLE. FLA.Km I TO Any and all parties. persons. 55 minutes East 569.10 feet to a First publication deceased. Dec. 19, 26. 1963. Jan photographic emulsion on a
I firms, corporations trustees cestui que on the center line jj. -State Road
trust beneficiaries or others claiming S-375. said point being the end of 3. 10. 1964. glass plate just before the picture -
'. DEB COOK. ; aWe Fort*Hf*. : by. through or under each any or AUof curve thence North 53 degrees With
made .
; be .
, _the above named known defendants: .yiinitp. F-.t aMn... .,,11f .... was to
I .., TO: The respective wives! of such of = n feet.-thence'--Noi-th- -
0 .t" .. .:t, to the said male defendants as are living 42 minutes East 1034.57>> feet, to SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF deter-
: __- and to the respective widows. of suchof concrete monument on the North FLORIDA IN AND FOR WAKULLACOUNTY. field trips Eastman

'. : !' the said male defendants as are, ary of said State Road No. S-375 IN CHANCERY.No. mined to devise a method of
; dead
; concrete monument being the : .
TO The husbands of suchof 1247 task First
: respective corner of W. C. Harden's T. A. RAKER. lightening the
: -- ,- the female defendants as are flying; thence North 09 degrees 04 Plaintiff
I TO: Any and all persons having or West 134.16 feet, thence North 67 -vs.Eddie. he set tQ work to produce a

I ': ,: Talkhiaste. Business Firms claiming adverse to any the right plaintiffs title or herein interest in grees thence 51 North minutes 75 degrees East 470.05 51 : DONALDSON Defendants. JR., et ala.. dry negative plate and-even

and to the real property or any part East 475.08 feet. thence North 19 SUIT TO QUIET TITLE though he had never had a
thereof. and each and every parcel grees 16 minutes West 15.92 feet to NOTICE TO DEFENDANTS lesson-he
: thereof situate. lying and being in the iron pipe for a Point of Be<< ORDER TO APPEAR single chemistry

: County of Wakulla and State of Florida From said Point of Beginning THE STATE OF FLORIDA. To perfected one, in his spare
and more particularly described as follows thence North 89 degrees 58
Emma Mathews
: DIRECTORYPatornize' : to-wit: East 1,969.76 feet to an iron pipe her husband each om and whose John address Mathews is time, within two years .

The following described lands situate. the center of a branch thence. 317 Leland Strret Dayton. Ohio; and The dry plate was a great convenience
lying and being in the County of Wa 16 degrees 15 minutes 40 seconds Any and all
kulla- and State of Florida. to-wit: along said branch 1.24466 feet to lag to have any persons right having title, Interest or claim 01 : because it eoyld be

TRACT NO. I. intersection of said branch with estate idvcns* to the title of the of
plain advance
well in
These Advertisers All of Section 33. Township 4 South. center of Mill Creek thence tiff in or to the following describee prepared

"" ....,.._ .... Range 3 West. Wakulla County FlorIda erly along the center of said Mill land. or any part thereof. situated b'inC' the picture-taking Encour-
; Also all of Section 34. Township 4 to a point 300 feet Westerly of
I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ South. Range I West lying Southwestof Upper MiD Dam Site thence Ida.and more being particularly In WakuUa described County. nor ni aged by his success he kept
'" .. Mill Creek. West of the Sopchoppy easterly 1.930 feet more or less, to follows to-wit: to find an even
I River and Northwest of Duval Branch Point of Beginning The above Begin at the SW corijer of the NW experimenting
more particularly described as follows scribed property lying and being of Lot 24 of the Rartsfield Surrey c simpler photographic method
FR' Commence at the Southwest corner of Sections 33 and 34. Township 4 Lands in Wakulla County Florida ant witbthe
Section 33. Township 4 South. Range Range 3 West Wakulla County, run North 72- 30 East yg5 feet and finally come up
O. I. GRAMLING 3 West and run thence North alone the GREETINGS- the Point of Beginning From said Point flexible negative or film
Section Line 61730 feet to the Northwest You. and each of you. are of Beginning run North 17* 30 West
corner of said Section 33. thence required to file with the Clerk of 868.7 feet; thence run North 71 30 Ear that was to spread his fameon

FEEDS Little Folks Store &CO.OneStop East along the Section Line 3296 feet above-styled Court and serve on A. 502.3 feet; thence run South 17 30 basis That
Inc. to the Northeast corner of said Section Porter. Attorney-at-Law, East 866.7"feet, thence: run South 72 30 a global
33. thence South along,the Section Line Florida attorney for Plaintiffs West 502-5 feet to the Potnt of Begin was in 1885 and three
The Capital'aMajors Service for 1533.0 feet, more or less to the center answer or other defensive pleadings nlng. contaIning 10 acres more or less,
for Minors' of said Mill Creek. thence Southeasterlyalong the complaint filed in this cause on prul being situate in the SW i of the short years later he inventedthe
Clild,..*'* Fumiturt; Toy Feed Seed Fertilizer the center of Mill Creek to the before the 9th day of January A. NW'/4-0 Lot 24 of the Rartsfieid Sv box -the
1964. If fail to do decree simple pamera
Flint River Mills Sopchoppy River. thence Southerly you so a of Lands in Wakulla County, Florida.
Gome Hobbies Poultry Supplies"Garden along the Westerly side of the Sop confesso will be taken against you GREETINGS Kodak-which enabled Inexperienced -
2015 S. Monroe .Ph. 223-0274 Baby Aeeettorie choppy River to the center of said the relief demanded in the said T. A. Raker having filed In this make
133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 Took Duval Branch thence Southwesterly plaint; the nature of said cause Court his sworn Complaint, herein pray : amateurs to
along the center of Duval Branch to the a suit to quiet and confirm ing for a decree of this Court esta good pictures with relativeease
Southeast corner of said Section .33. title in and to the above-described lishing. quieting and confirming Ida
So. Adams at JLLJLR. thence West along the Section Line WITNESS my hand and the seal title to theY above described land*, reiSoving and created an entirelynew

CrosaiagPhoae 5280 feet,to the Point of Beginning., said Court. ..t Crawfordville. clouds from his title, for a decree breed of hobbyists-the
County. Florida. this 3rd day of holding: such clouds nan and vd
223-0173 ALSO Commence at the Southeast cember. A. D. 1963. and praying for a perpetual infrac shutterbugs.U. .
corner of the Northeast Vt of Section Moody Pearce tion against the defendants and eac
34. Township 4 South. Range 3 West and Clerk of the Circuit and every 'one of them herein above
'. SUBER & JOHNSON -'-, ; ; run thence South 89 degrees 48 minutes of Wakulla County. named and described asserting any ttt.
..... West 1980.0 feet. thence South 00 degrees A i. Porter.Crawfordville.. to or attempting to make any conveyances
02 minutes West 14.0 feet to Florida.
of said lands bel'etn.abcJl'leKri.bed
Gad Rgll.14r Seeds-Fertilizer--.Baby Chicks'Farm the North side of the Sopchoppy River Attorney for Plaintiffs. ; and praying for a decree de of
LiaktC .
mrr.U Block ... ... for a Point of Beginning. From said (CIRCUIT: COURT peaceable possession of said lands in the S.- FORCES VIETNAM
Supplies ."'. Point of Beglning run thence North said plaintiff above named. and for
.' : *n-
Haasea Weed.:and !: >:: 00 degrees minutes East 194.O feet. eral relief. It U therefore. (AHTNO-Army Pro Cfearkw B.
Cor.Gaines and Woodward Sta. thence North 89 degrees 4S minutes ORDERED that each and D.
every oat Vivian
of Mrs.
Had fed., ,IRC. ;> East n=.o feet to the West side of the MAN WANTED to manage of the defendants above namtttf a1Id Denmark son
TeU 2225960BdlcerAlford'
Sopchoppy Hirer thence Southerly and designated, described or lefetiad art Brady Route 1, CrawfordviBe PIa..
S. Adams St.. at 4-Points Westerly along the West and North aide operate a retail W tJ is hereby required to file his writta .
V Co. of the Sopchoppy River to the Point ofBeginning. defenses to said Complaint in this received The Air Medal Awing
Box 661 Stone can*
-SS40 P. O. Capital Route in this area.
; TeL a! and to
jL ... serve a copy thereof open J. JL ceremonies In Vietnam late in November -
ALSO: 300 acres more or less lyingin of $125.00 per week from Hudson Attorney-at-Law: P. o. Box
Sine 1908 Sections 34 & 3V Township 4 South. "
68. Crawfordvffle.< Range 3 West and in the Northwest V* the very beginning. Write the 27m day of January. 1964. or said

MARBLE GRANITE of Section 2.'ToYmShip' South Range 3 McGarity, P.o. Box 627, Complaint wffl be taken as confess Denmark received the award
West. Wakulla County. Florida more and said cause proceed against each of willie
BRONZE for achievement
particularly described as follows; Commence liston, Florida. said defendant accordingly
1 Yeager.... Co. MEMORIALS at the Southeast corner of the WITNESS my band aa Perk, and the engaged in aerial combat support
Northeast Vt of Section 34. Township Seal of said Court at CrawfordvtU.
fee. 4 South. Range 3 West and run thence WakuIla QuDty. Florida, this lea day of ground force of the RepoWk
; 2'u* Port H0ua C"m t.ry Work of AU Types North 89 degrees 4S minute .East11Z7.62 of December 1M3.
t Classified
for auto, trade feet thence. 'South 734.97' feet ysMOODY PEARCE of Vietnam. .
? Anything your for power 'M6 W. Gaines SL-TeL 283-0719' to a concrete monument on the Southeasterly For Sale Refrigerator. $30. Clerk Circuit Court of The 20year-okl soldier eMeNd
l B"" ,r tractor. Also your Walter F. Boeaaa side of the Sopchoppy: River WakuBa County, Florida
Uwamower, and much for your- : MgT. for a Point of Beginning. Runs Good. Contact Rev. (Oreutt Court Seal) the Armrfe March 1WZ and Was

Aiaia St-T.l. 2-49. -boat. J" -' From said Point of Beginning run Whaley. Highway 98 J. R. Hudson Fort Leen4
.14s. .. '. ,';r "" thence South 40 degrees .35 minutes P. O. Box 09CrawfordvCte last stationed at
; :> 298 N.Adams St.* Pfa,2tt-3aeO. '':. : East 1=>>.89 feet thence South 77 decrees t mile East Pijrot Ston.lled Florida Wood, Mo.
\ f : 4. minutes East 1571.02 .feet. Attorney for PlatnttS. -
,, T ':-I _; j:.. 'T_ ., thence South 34 degrees 01 minutes '- Dee U. 24-Jaa. *. 1ft.
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: STATE : John Peters right, G. M. Rep. shows Bennie Donaldson and Kelly

Donaldson of Shadeville High School how to make synthetic rubberin

A new element of safety is being added to the Christmas season. 60 seconds at Science Show recently.A .
BANK Christmas tree decorations which have long been fingered as .
important factors in the upsurge of residence fires which mar
festivities of the holiday are getting safer. Sopchoppy High
; : is One example of a danger that is fast being eliminated is the "How.To-Do-/f' :
your fire hazard presented by the Christmas tree icicle. School News
Old-fashioned lead icicles are rapidly being replaced by metal- PAINT POINJRSLJI I i
personal lized saran icicles which will not support combustion. Such iciclesare By June Roberts .
not new, but major icicle manufacturers all but one of The Yellow Jackets started the
whom offer'.both lead and metallized saran products report a
1963-64 basketball season off witha
growing trend toward use of the newer type. V Py'
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messenger Whether this can be attributed to increasing safety consciousness n V kr 47-42 victory over Apahtehieola

or a preference for the brighter. stronger aluminumsurfacedicicles Valley Conference foe Carrabelle.

.' is unimportant.The C 4C Junior guard John David Jones
important point is that knowingly or not Americans are
making.this most festive of seasons a safer one. took scoring honors as he swished
the nets for 18 points. The junior

.- varsity lost 3226. Tommy Peoey's

The checks you write in comfort at 14 points were high for the junior

.:- home or in! your office are delivered I Jackets.
The Senior Class would like to

.safely, by mail with the least :- New Look For Bread. Pudding express their thanks and aprecia-

tion to all who helped make their
effort imaginable. : =: <;r
w W. play a real success'

': You have a record of the bills you've .";' '-. If you've decided to remove The Yellow lost a hard fought
wallpaper to paint a room, here'sa basketball game here Friday night,

I .. ; paid'"by check, of the exact amount ,, tip labor that: will save heartacheand December 13, to Laurel Hill 7139.

During the first half the Jackets
sent. ; '-<": Be sure you remove all the
you $;" glue that held the wallpaper to kept the score tied or within 5

'and convenience the walL Otherwise your paint points of their It wasn't
For comfort, safety, ." won't hold uniformly.If opponent.
: .,' until the colsmg minutes of the
the has been
checking account here, wallpaper on
1 open your the wall, more than 10 years, second quarter that the Hoboes

"f" and pay all your bills with checks a gY chances are the glue used was started their scoring attack and
w an animal-base glue is water led 30-18 at the half. John David
from now onl I soluble, and can be removed by
Jones, Randy Anderson and
washing down with a sponge Ray
and warm water. Be sure to Graham scored 14, 10, and 9 points,
rinse out the sponge frequently. respectively. Sopchoppy's record is
: If the wallpaper was put' on
". I =WN1 "' rJP more recently, the glue may bea 11.
y { synthetic type. These are not The tenth grade F.H.A. girls
: Member F.D.IXX always water-soluble and may presented their play, "The Little -

r .!. L your require paint.a special dealer can solvent recommend.Best which. Red Schoolhouse," in the auditorium
t t.: insurance is to sand Friday, December 13.
: ;:,;'azsr : :;
\ '..1 "i : .. lightly after the glue hat been>> We are very proud of our honor
'". k removed and the wall has dried. roll l for the second six weeks. There
J>' .::' This will provide a slightly
H"- rough surface to which the paint were nine seniors, including one

us oM will adhere without "creeping"after who made straight A's, and nine
& N application. If an oil-base juniors that were! on the honor
V wall paint is to be used a sealer roll. The senior who made all A's
4 c& coat should be applied first to
the sanded walL With a water. was Connie Wilson.
emulsion material like "Lucite" The following boys make up the
( wall paint no sealer is required. "A" and "B" teams in basketball:
Also, you'll like the fact that the -ATeam
painting tools can be washed out
in soapy water once the job' Larry Lawhon, Jimmy Hender

M .. .' done.Di son, John David Jones, Randy
[ CARS hat hIlt 'bftnutlM Sink) Anderson, Ray Graham, David

USED Popular bread pudding has a new look this year. The tradi- Roddenberry, Tommy Roberts,
tional creamy bread custard is flavored delicately with Sherry
wine and then topped with a crunchy graham cracker crust. WISH I'D SAID I Stephen Pigett, Rondell Nichols
;' Served plain or with a topknot of whipped cream this Duchess George Crum.
Top Condition Pudding makes a simple yet elegant dessert. To enjoy it to THAT "B" Team
b--. Top Quality r the fullest pour glasses of sweet or Cream California Sherryto S Rowland Brown, Danny Crum,
the dessert.
sip along with
Donnie Crum Ronald Crum, Mar-
vin Hudson, Frank Jones, Charles
(Makes 5 to 6 servings) .
Tully, Tommy Posey, Thomas Porter -
S slices white bread % teaspoon nutmegS
[t egg 14 cup brown sugar (packed) "They say life has but two Kenny Strickland, James San-

1/2 cup sugar 14 cup fine graham cracker blessings, the art of love and ders.We

I960) CHEVROLET VB, 4 Door, Belair, $1395 !lit 2 teaspoon milk salt 1 tablespoon crumbs melted butter the love of art,"Charles E. would like to welcome a new
Automatic Transmission Radio cups cheerleader to the She ..
f / cup California Sherry or margarineCut Seel, Greater Atlantic City squad.
and Heater.,,_-T-____ ___ bread in small cubes and place in shallow baking dish. (N. J.) Reporter. Kathy Whetstone. She ia i reptoefe

Beat eggs lightly with sugar and salt. Add milk .Sherry and "When you are Lynda Strickland, who unfortunately -
nutmeg and mix well: Pour over bread. Set in shallow pan of do ajol of wishful you moved to Leon High School
t t- ,1961 CHEVROLET, VS, 4 Door, Belair, ttJ, hot water. Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) about l' When thinking. at the close of football season.
Automatic Transmission, +' ) $15 95 hour, or until set in center. Mix brown sugar, graham cracker you are old you do a
1 Radio and Heater :. '.' crumbs, and butter together; sprinkle over top of pudding. ,lot of thoughtful wishing,"-
., i Bake 5 minutes longer. Cool before serving. Ralph Nicholson Brundidge
(Ala.) Banner.

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Standard Transmission, Real, Clean, : .- .. -' $995 1r/ I i: !: 7'ff" ; ? :

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t_ Mileage :. : annctri quettiont c )"',"',' ; ;<;Y"
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and intertill. 4 ii, !i iiyi
r 1959 BUICK,4Door, $1 195 .'
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v- .. : ':'. -i -..;....... girls talking after gym class and" climb we bet your interest will

t' 1961 MONZA COUPE, Radio and'*. : :;; -'. -. $1395 they Frankly said, the J"mpoor problem is that sport.Fm too.Q.. rve read articles which ,- .

Heater, 4 speed trans. owner. ;'i good at sports and 1 always wig give the correct hair styleforoval "
Do I have to try to lose to win faces, heartshaped'triangle
< : friends. etc. etc. etc. Hew can: I
r .; : >': A. You don't have to be a tell for sure which shape I have!
loser to be a good sport By all My mirror just doses give mea
1959 : means play the game as well asyou definite answer.A. .
HFORD,6CY.4doorRadioand. '1'1 ; $395 can. But. U and when you Agreed, when youVe looked .
1 .. ,_ rt win don't crow Just bragging at the same face In the
L modestly. Your score for mirror for umpteen years if shard
t .r '; would be zero. to be objective. But here'sa
,. : Q. My grades are generally tissue trick that may solve
r. >" .<:" above average,bat I have one your problem. It takes two to
1956 FORD, 8 Cy., 4. door, :' .>. ,. $195 subject algebra that's big do it you and a friend. Cut .
trouble and
.- a big bore. How canyou : single Kleenex tissues Into ovals. -
4. :. r' Radio and Heater" .. 1 owner. : '!f'g' study a subject you just circles, triangles rectangles -
plain don'f squares and hearts. Cut them
r .' '" A. Chances are the reason you just a bit smaller than your
.. ". 1956 CHEVROLET 2 Door don't like algebra Is that you face. Pin your hair back and _
Harp. Top. don't understand it Try talking hold each cut tissue up against r" _
Radio and Heater,. '. your problem over with your your face. Your friend can tell H
AetoffiaticTraasmissioa __ $395WE teacher or schedule a session which of these shapes fits you.
with a classmate who rates Incidentally, the face-shape test ..
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you've great fun at a party. "
done this try this three-point Q.What U the flower etiquette r4o'O", c .
> plan for attacking a problem for a prom corsage? rm never %d '
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T .. HAYt MOK TO OFFEK AT \: 2.3..F1Dd Shortat quiet your study sessions Put.YOIl'Sdt ; A. Flowers are worn the way Norman Rockwell's "Jolly Postman," a Christmas illustration
atmosphere. they
,.. ; on a regular study pin grow your-corsage petals on up.either Youcan created for Hallmark Cards, appears headed for his busiest holiday -
schedule with short (but frequent shoulder but for dancing season. To help the nation's mail carriers. Hallmark recommends -
t !) study sessions. If you flowers stay fresh longer when that Christmas cards be selected early, addressed earef ally,
study In a quiet place such as pinned to the right shoulder. and sent first class. Five-cent first class postage is not oafcr. faster,
ALFOJD1'uCIIVROLETCI: .your room or the library. you'll If your dress is strapless, pin it assures forwarding if addressee has moved and return iflfee cardis
find it easier to keep your attention flowers at your waist (right side undeliverable. It is further recommended that the sew 3IP ww-
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FOR THOSE WHO CARE ENOUGHTO Ask Forester 13nraday; DeceaiW 19, 19M

REMEMBER: d About.Fire F

'. Unkle Zeke used to call it "burn- I
Poinsettias for a Hostess ? in? off the woods.". He waved a Sopchoppy High 1 I

Table x. .. .flamming lighter'd knot- through
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Arrangements W Honor Roll i
some rood brushy places ands"ieter

e'. Outdoor ArrangementsThat v __ go." It burned off his "woods The honor roll fer the second i
all right-andT likely.as not some- six weeks is AS' following:
Will Last and Last .c body. else's too! Twelfth Grade All A's 1
str But he had his reasons and to Connie Wilson I

BLANTON'S FLOWERS s .him the.times in which he and his A-B I j
neighbors lived, maybe it made Judy Chasen. Betty Sue Me- :

: <2:' CALL WA 6-3631 '_ '' Ytt sense-in spite of the 'saplings Laughlm. Jessie Quigg Betty Gail !.

.*".'* .. Crawford viDe ". :.'.: ,.' killed, Umber destroyed, lost topsoil Ringo. June Roberts Mark Rod
u" :. ,; and other waste which cobes denberry, Kathryn Sanders. Robert ;'
k. P with uncontrolled forest wildfire. Thompson. I
Then came a school of foresters Eleventh Grade

::i,'"" ,. ,. who insisted that burning of the ABRandy
% woods bad under Anderson, Jantee Brown
's. > 1 srk was all condi i I
; .../ f tions. And that no conceivable good Linda Durant Vkkie Kyle, La y
FLORIDA STATE 4 "VfSp:&' 14f could come from it. Their sloganwas }Metcalf Leash Pigott, N.Strickland. .na
:r P simple: "No fire in the woods Linda Tb*n*as. Je ni
-iJlik ,, -ever." Vause.
'. Friday and Saturday < Finally, in the 194 vs with the Tenth Grade
Today thru Saturday .
Jerry Lewis 1< development of effective fire con- A-B ,
''The'NUTrY : : ; t.i:,,' L trol 'organizations, foresters were Diane Mckensie Kathy Whetstone -
Cliff Richard PROFESSOR"Lauri .'rtI: !;<<'t.:.. rL able to reconsider. They found that Douglas Qotgg.
Lauri Peters ,' proper use of fire under some con- Ninth Grade -
ditions could indeed-be helpful to All A's
Tony Curtis BUCKLE DOWN FOR SAFETY say these eight top winners in the 1963 National 4-H Safety 1
''SUMMER Suzanne Pleshette Program as they pull the ends of an outsize auto seat belt together. They hope to dramatize for the forest. Wise use of fire to Wanda Kay Cox.
." two and one quarter million 4-H Club members and all Americans that auto seat belts, if worn, burn forest underbrush actually A-B
HOLIDAY" POUNDS OF can'save 5,000 lives each year. Helping: them make their point is Edmund Steeves, center. General could aid the reduction of forest Adronna Andersen, RowlajH ;i
TROUBLE"HURT Motors director of field operations. Each national winner received a GM $500 college scholarship.In : wildfire, by keeping down poten- Brown.
addition, GM gave them and 36 other state safety award winners all-expense trips to the
National 4-H Club Congress in Chicago. General Motors has been 4-H safety awards donor since tion fuels like briers, weeds, brush, Seventh Grade::,
1945.; Left to right are: Monty Blakemore, 16, Celeste, Tex.; Janis Lindsey, 16, Columbia City, or palmetto.And A-B L" I
Ind.; Judy Styles, 19, Brentford, S.D.; Maria Langlois, 16, Greenwell Springs, La.; Diane when controlled burning is Glenda Qufeg, DavW Evan 1
HMHWAT W CAPITOL 0MVE-M Barrigar 17, Winthrop, N.Y.; Larry Roffee, 16,? Wheat Ridge, Colo.; Brenda Bennett 17, done natural Sixth Grade ;'. I
OYTOOQR Cleveland Tenn.; Suzanne Simmons, 16, State College, Miss. properly seeding -
II WlHYlWIWY. from pines is stimulated. Brown A-B i. I,

Today spot disease on longleaf pine seedl- Mitchell LawUn. Mitzi Coivin. f.
thruSaturday'TOday "Never brag. If you deserve ings can be controlled. Unwanted Lora Kyle. :
,Saturday Pat Boone I
praise, don't need it. If
you scrub hardwdoods take a setback. Fifth Grade < 1
Laurence Harvey "YELLOWCANARY" you don't deserve it, nobody Newer Than Next Year Proper burning can "green" up A-B
France Nuyen will believe you anyway-" the woods pasture in the springfor Janice Beamy, Delbert. Roberta.
"A GIRL Dorn o. 2 D aloneTAbiIKO" Robert G. Campbell, Lititz The Sports Jacket Look I stock grazing and it can be Fourth Grade
NAMED (Pa.) RecordExpress."Don't helpful in game management.
"BEACH PARTY" resent growing old. ,, Farm faresters and county rang- A.BDaryl Langston. Mike Musa.hfo.
No. 3 HitSandra A great. many are denied the K ; ers of the Florida Forest Serviceare Third Grade
Richard Chamberlain Dee privilege,"-Lynn H. Carpenter qualified to assist the land A-B !

-'TWILIGHT OF Bobby Darin Dundee (N. Y. Observer owner with recommendations on Eugene Vause, David VatMe.
HONOR" "IF A MANANSWERS" "A smile adds something controlled burning. Daniel Mckenzie, Sandra King, J. I
when a stranger takes you at ess On certain winter days relative L. Roberts, Laura Smith. ,
face value.;'-B. J., Dahl, \
humidity, wind velocity, wind di- Second Grade t
rection, fuel moisture, and air temperature ABAnna
work together ideally to Ashton, Debby Sanders
give a clean contral burn. Forestersand First Grade did not redeve

r ranger can pick a likely dayon grades for this six weeks. It was
ANNOUNCING which to control-burn for best their readiness period.
results. They know when to use Second Grade

a F 1.rn back fire, head fire, spot fire, A-B
ia on the strip fire system Their Loyce McKenzie, Gerald Duggar,
WAKULLA LP GAS, INC. r job is to help the landowner on Richard Carraway, Wayman BHo-
request. son, Peggy Barge Charles Dan-
A brand nt-w look in sweater' cut in the European manner and a Fire can be a wanton courge. In I ran, Samuel Dunkpp.
neatly tailored !t1)rtoC shirt for that special man.
controlled burning, however, it can
Ready to serve you with LP gas for your The \\eatfr left) cut by Van Heu!en with self-banded necklineand be a useful tool in good timber \
decorative button and the. McGregor plaid (right), both in ...
blend of wool and Eastman Kodel pol>e!ner. will retain their fresh management. Ask Farm Forester ,
heating or cooking needs. We invite neat tailoring antf' :fppe even after machine washing, Dan Bailsman or County Ranger '
The latent sport*.-jalket look gives the utmost:: in ease and comfort. Warren Roddneberry for detailson More ,than three blton
< .. Christmas cardftwere sent &*t
'you.too, let us : furnish your ,gas for anyservice. : year. 1

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for this and every future Christmas! .1 Open Thursday. We carry a complete line of fruits,

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