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: January 24, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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F Ie One of the largest crowds ever to attend a Wakulla Chamber -,

; t of Commerce Ladies Night and Installation event gathered -

f at Wakulla Springs Lodge Tuesday.The .
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evening was sprinkled with J

a, tx humor by both master of ceremonies Notes. Off The Cuff
i ry xI Judge A." L. Porter and the Keith
by Lee
f speaker of the evening Commissioner .
of Agriculture Doyle Con Rumblings and grumblings seem
ner. to be the order of the day as the

zF' Representative Bobby Russ introduced mercury dipped again this week .
Commissioner Conner to We hear a rumor that one of
the Audience. the Crawfordville postal employeeswill

retire soon (puts another job
Conner said, 1963 will be a
good business year but don't expect Up for grabs) The eatin
preacher visited in Crawfordville
a boom.
He said Florida would fair bet- on Monday around the courthousehad
T tall tales
some about Jefferson
y-ilia r ter than some of its neighboring -
county plantations .
4y A fine
., states; He indicated that reportshave
8'd '%r. rrt1 attendance at the
Fuqua Named to Deadline Set for the tourist' season up to par. the CVille Methodist 11 o'clock serviceat church
Speaking about the December
Space Committee i NominationsWashington Freeze Conner said the citrus industry last Sunday, heard many say how
Much they enjoy Rev. Sprague .
Congressman Don Fuqua, Ninth D. C. Congressman would be about 50 million
Tax Collector
\e Jimmy Gwin said
Congressional District of Florida, Don Fuqua announced today : : boxes short. The annual citrus Industry that the tag sales this year are

was named by the House of Representatives that the deadline of 31 January ; : : income amounts to around running 26 ahead of last year and
1963 has been set for 350 million dollars.
to the Science & Astronautics accepting that he sold 9 1 more tags in 19S2

(Spec) Committee last nominations of candidates for the Conner stated that the sugarcane than he did in 1961 . Unfortunately "

week. Fuqua, former Calhoun next school year, of'the U. S. Mer- :! ; :; : loss would amount to 20 million there is in our midstone

County State Representative, who chant Marine ,Academy, one of the tyt't dollars. who sincerely believes in

was ,ejected to the newly created .Jive Federal Academies. Congressman In refering to Wakulla Countyand malicious gossip, we know of no
is entitled to nominate ., west Florida Conner said that
district post last November, was Fuqua other one thing that is more det.'
recommended for the post by the '10 qualified applicants from the sir .. alf some day it would be very prominent rimental than this type person in
Ninth Congressional District and in the beef cattle industry.
Florida Democratic
delegation that if any community, just a note of
is vitally interested I in' the fast he will receive applications for Silas Eubanks outgoing president warning, many a civil suit of

expanding space industry in Flor such nominations, up to the dead- "" turned the, gavel over to O. slander has been won in the courts.
E. Hendrickson who will for
ida. serve Before folks
line.The start wondering who
Fuqua said, "I am honoredasa U. S. Merchant Marine the ensuing, year.A the person is let's just take a look
Freshman Congressman, to :be Academy- has as its mission the committee WAV appointed -by at ourselves and Me if we are

named to so important a committee "education and training of qualified R the president to**conduct a mem- guilty of saying things that hurt

_. of the House, one of the more :important young"men for careers as officers bership drive. someone else, I might add that I
Jo- '- "' inttir JJerchant..Marine. Its four, Members of the Wakulla County
"*nd' increasingly so committees I- know who this Js being written
of the House. This yearS year college level program leads toa *! : u iocb be; of Commerce As- about and what the ultimate results "

alone the budget request is for B.S. degree, a U. S. Coast Guard socation were introduced by Jay could be' . Quoting from

$5.7 billion for NASA as space license' as a Third Officer .or a' cee President Bobby Harvey.Conservation Webster GOSSIP: familiar or

exploration and conquest becomes Third Assistant Engineer in the idle talk; scandal; a babbler-

a major objective of our govern Merchant Marine, and a Commis- U tell idle tales about others .

ment. sion in the Naval Reserve Patrol need we say more .. A good

"In addition to the tremendous Congressman Fuqua further ad- J Gives RublicServiceTallahassee turn out at last Fridays basket

impact of Cape Canaveral our own vised that constituents seeking ball game between the Panthers

great universities have huge research more detailed information about Fla. The 83 officers and Yellow Jacket and a good

contracts for the federal the educational and career oppor- of the Florida Conservation' ball game it seems that everyone

tunities afforded by the Uatrol logged 2,940 man hours enjoyed it .
government, some four million dol. programof 'ibove picture were made during the Paaacea Woman Club open house held last Saturday afternoon. Sheriff Taff is
lars at Florida State Universityand the U. S. Merchant Marine jew dab house was open for inspection acid President Mr*. Agnes Cozen said that the first Satnrdaj in public service activities during:. attending the trial of George Cook
some five million dollars at Academy, should contact his office n dinner would be held February 3rd public I* Invited.Panacea 1962, Commander H. V. Gibson in Jacksonville who was arrested

the University of Florida. I be- or write to the Academy's reported today.'Conservation. after Arnold's body was found in

lieve this committee to, be one of time Administration, P. 0. Box w ,Cattlemen Elect Patrol details of the St. Marks river .- Larry
the greatest challenges of our 52948, New Orleans, Louisana. TV HeadName 18 -officers each worked a total of Glover said he was real pleased

Congress in the sixties and am Officers at Meet 900 man hours assisting the Flor: with business at the Suwannee

proud to be named as one of th. The West Florida Cattlemen's Council ida Highway Patrol and local authorities store . I guess this is a now

:. 18 Democrats to this member' 700,000 Families Association met for their Annual West Palm Beach :... Thomas I in rescue operations and i iI it can be told item, Jimmie Helms

committee." Meeting and Election of Officers,. Moore, -president of the American I police work during the destructive, i. now employed by the state and
Fuqua was one of four members Farming yr'} Monday night, January 21st at the Broadcasting Company-TV, New ; Milton tornado in January, 1962, his position in School Superin-

added to the committee, which in growing Is a last Community Center in Wewa- York City,. has been appointed amember I and the devastating floods that j rndent's office has been filled by

eluded Democratic Majority Lead stronghold for the traditional hitchka. of the Florida Council of hit the Sarasota area last September. I R. H. Carter Hats off to the

er Carl Albert of Oklahoma. '! "family farm" in the United Gilbert Gowdy of Wakulla 100, Fred O. Dickinson councilchairman.annuonced I School Board, both the Sopchoppy
Search and
and missions in Shadeville
Fuqua introduced his first tw : States official of the County was named President to today. Gym's are now
a top the coastal waters accounted for under construction . No official
serve for the 1963 Dickinson said that Moore
bills last week. U.S. Department of -Agriculture year. Serving was
withMr.. appointed Gov. Farris 819 tt man hours. Patrol boats appointment has been mad to
HR 1916 provides for the extension reports. Gowdy will be Vernon by Bryantto .
Ross Bristol the council whose and the two Department airplanes fill the vacancy in the School
for another two years of th Fla., Vice-President; members are
lease and transfer of tobacco allotments Tobacco farms have shown ,ter L. D. Taylor, Crawfordville, Fla., leaders in Florida in business, industry partificated in the hunts for missing Board but rumor has it that Gilbert .

a bill highly favored by a gain of 21,000 in. number yr Secretary; E. C. Ferrell, Sr., and education. boats, Gibson said. Nearly Gowdy ia in line for the appointment -

tobacco farmers. It allows for th since 1919, while nearly three e Crawfordville, Fla, Treasurer. Moore is the fifth out of state 95 per cent of the search missions . We hear that they
million other farms about were successful with the have struct rock In the Panacea
lease of small and the! Mr. Gowdy and Mr. Ross will also person appointed to the council.
'< consolidation into economically 45 per cent of the total-have serve as Directors from Wakullaand The others are Walter Cronkite, missing boats located and towedto channel however the work still

sound bas disappeared, says Stephen E. Liberty Counties. Other Directors CBS News, New York; Arthur safety, he said. goes on . A nice open houae
plots, on a year-to-year
jfs.L ., Wrather, Director of the include; Elbert Shelton, Godfrey, CBS, New York; ,M.... Water safety patrols logged 65 affair at the new Panacea Woman

.7 j :'.-'" HR 1917 deals with the definition Tobacco Division of the Agri- Calhoun County; Dave Gaskins, colm A. Maclntyre, preside hours policing regattas, boat-a- Club Saturday afternoon.
of the peanuts to be used ii cultural Marketing Gulf County: J, W. Lowry, Bay Eastern Air. Lines, Inc., New cades, scuba diving tournamentsand

the USDA acreage controls pro From 1919 to 1961, the Boysets County and Herbert Marshall York, and R. E. McNeil Jr., other aquatic event Veterans May Get
allotmen number of U.S. farms dropped HonorsRobins Franklin County. president Manufacturers Hanover The Patrol put in 227 man hours

. this gram.bill Under would acreage continue to from 6.5 million to 3.8 mil- Other business included a- report Trust Co., New York. rendering assistance to stalled Gl Bill Assistance r
exemp AFB Ga. Airman First
from acreage controls peanuts lion, he writes. Tobacco farms lass Earl F. Martin- of Panacea, given by County Agent Harvey The late Robert M. _Feemster, busters who suffered engine Veteran of Wakulla County
increased in number from chairman executive trouble or ran out of gasoline.
of Blountatown the committee
swine on who need assistance in obtaining
1 used for boiling or feeding Fla., has graduated from the Air .
496,000 .to 517000. recent State Directors Wall Street Journal New York, Another 154)4 man hours were
The Ninth District is the majo farce Logistics Command Non- Meetingheld benefits under the GI Bill, may
"'t peanut and tobacco producinl'in : area These, tobacco farms support rommissioned Officers Preparatory in Kissimmee. President also was a member. Feemsterdied spent in assisting stalled motorists receive guidance from Jim Weant,
Florida. about 700,000 families, School here.Airman Gowdy asked for the support of Jan. 14 in the crash of a along coastal highways and on the Assistant State Service Officer.

'. says Wrather. His estimate Martin was presentede lau members for the co'Dingyear.. private plane near Ft. Pierce. beaches. Weant will visit this area next
Gibson said that in
, is based on acreage allot Drill Award for military ex- I group enjoyed a Roast Beef to week for the purpose of helpingveterans
Fuqua Named ments of which Dinner prepared by the Host regular duties of enforcing saltwater their dependents in
some, sup- ellence, and named honor gradu- I or
County. Those attending from House At conservation laws, the Patrol
port several families. I Open filing claims for Compensation
ite of his class in recognition of
Democrat ,
Whip [Wakulla County were: Mr. and logged 283% hours in assisting
Benefits their insurance
in "To- i. overall or
t, Congressmen from Florida am Wrather, "writing outstandingperform.- 'Mrs. Gilbert Gowdy; Mr. Homer Woman's Club at the request of local law enforcement problems. This free service includes

; Alabama unanimously named Dot bacco tinuing News decline, predicts in the a total con- ince.He was trained in the duties and Harvey; Mr, and Mrs. Buck Mi!- Officer and, members of the agencies in criminal investigation assistance to employers of

.. Fuqua. Democrat from' the NlntlConrgessional number of farms and says responsibilities of noncommis- ler and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Taylor. Panacea Woman's Club held open and manhunt veteran under the GI Bill, Vocational
District in Floridato House Saturday Afternoon 4 to 6 Training Subsistence or
"fewer and fewer families toned officers. The course includ- '
serve a* Democratic Whip fo will living from the ni study in organization >.m. In their new home. lade other problem
earn a manage- :New Store HoursAt Cancer Cr
the two state zone in caucus in : .
.: land. However the historical nent, leadership, military justice, The club used this method toaecquaint During his visit in this area

y Washington_ ,D, a this, week. place of tobacco in American ul"ity.and human relations. Suwannee Store 'people of the county Heads Named Weabt may be contacted at the
Fuqua will assist MaJorit > with their new club house. time andon
: to Airman Martin following places at the
agriculture expected remain small arms
' a
Whip :Hale Boffgi of Louisiana id Larry Glover of the Suwannee During the Hours of the open EaSe Mae CogdOl president the date specified- Crawford
stable. nstructor is
l' his
dutiepokeepIng tabs oft'l l legislation permanent Store announces new store hours the Wakulla Unit of The American
his : louse coffee and cake Feb.
were rUle
METHODIST SERVICES unit at Kelly, AFB, Tex. Pigott' Store 3:00, t
in effect Cancer Society Announced today
[ ,and the prospective vote served.Friend. 1963. .
of tlieDemocratie' Congressmen ir Riduurd Sprague' Minister Mc-if Monday Tuesday and Wednesdaythe from all sections of the that Bobby Gen Paulk win tarn

the ,.twq'.atatei.Fugiia: CRAWFORDVILLE; store will be open from.,8 p.m. county were in attendance.Club U Ga&ear Oosad Chairman. as
1st. and 3rd Sundays, 11 aja. Play-lie" is a graduate of Sop- JiamU Helms ochairxnan. Revival Lake
r- who, was sworn into UM till 6 pjn.Thursday. dated lg as < at
officers for this year are:
and 7:30 .. ,horn ( ;) High SchooL
,L Congress: ,last Wednesday, ,at p.m. The'Airman 8 ajn. till 12 noon. Agnes Cozen president; Ruby Church
and 4th 9:30 LID : :: ia married to the Ellen
tod Sundays Paulk and Helm frill attend <
Friday aa
is"Ihe youngest of the 258 Demo- Saturday open 8a.m. Brumby, vice president; Abby
" bnner lee Crum of Panacea. I
t. ,craUcyCoBgresamea in the 88th. Prayer meeting Wed. 7:30 pm. till 8 p.m. Louise Snider treasurer; 'EvaCosper ACS Division meeting ia Jack A revival will be held at the

"""" '" Congress: ;-- Glover said that special are recording secretary; Helen onrflJe; Saturday January 2&TbJ Lake Ellen Baptist Church in ..

t: ,. \. SOPdHOPPY' again advertised in the News this Kelly, corresponding secretary. meting wQl b* for a ledart, Jan. 28 through FeE. 8.
2nd and 4th Sundays 11 s-m. week see ad. Each first Saturday night ofthe briefing for th* IMS Ct adsDjiiYL The Evangelist will be Rev. Roy
: and 7:30 psm. Four foreign government hav Both will asks a r *t
i Bailey from Perry, Fla, service
is month the Panacea Woman'sClub
Line spending
Delta Air over$800,060.in
9 :SOaon.Prayer entered exhibits and are ex
lit and 3rd Sundays : more to tho local unit will be
Motor vehicle license places for will dinner. which nightly at 7:30 p.m.
I Chicago Detroit Day- serve a
meeting Wed 7:30: pan. pected in the new Florida International Board meeting Monday., January also
t ton;-Cincinnati and Columbus to Florida J1963 are now on Bale. They are i* open to the public. Also, fromnow a special song service, nightly. -
Center Tampa's
.at board
I I royal blue in color with white will be held in the 38Ui at 7:10 p.m. Rer. Delmar Stiger is the
focus attention on its jet flightsto I on new
Services in both churches every5th State Fair, Feb, 516. Belgium meeting wfflb! held-tth Ylorida pastor. Everyone is cordially invited -
numerals the dub house.
Florida .in 19633'.I .Sunday, times to be annuonced. represented France,. Italy L and-Japan: will h '1'[[1962 plates., jut reverse of your Power Lena**. to attend.



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2 WAKULLA Jaa COUNTY NEWS I SCHOOL BOARD County Commission should Mr. Hodges. donate the I fLAKE
Thanday. ary ? ua CLASSIFIEDFOUND
property the County would see
Skiff Boat l MINUTES Minutes .,
-foot, -: that V permanant recognition of

WAKULLACOUNTY Cray, Call WA-6-S414. January" 14, 1963 the fact would be displayed at the

The WmkulU County School Decem&cr 17, 1962

NEWS .. ,' Bard met in regular session at The Board of County Commissioners site.On the motion of Commissioner.

9:00 aoiu, January- 14, 1963. The of Wakolla, County metthia Carter the desk was,directed to

Telephone WAlnut 6-3301 I Chairman Mr. Crurrtl called the : date in Crawfordville with write Mr. Albert Moore and ask

meeting to order with the following he following'prnei1t:
him to meet with the Board on the
e CLASSIFIEDFOR members present: Mr Poesy J. D. Turner, Chairman Willard 4th of February at 8:00 o'clock r

SALE-Lot 123. Block 9, and Mr Paulk. Mr. Roddenberrywas Carter, ViCe'Chairman., Ralph a.m. for the purpose of discussing

Panacea Park, Panacea, Fla. absent. Strickland, Sam W. Smith and F.
matters, concerning water at the
'Virginia =
Keightley L- Edlto
? Contact Mrs. Minnie Lee Me- Commissioners Moody
Moved by Mr. Posey and seconded T. Roberts : old Court House.

Call, Cario, Georgia. by Mr. Paul!: that the Minutesof Pearce, Clerk, J. H. Hudson County -

December 17 and January 8 be Attorney and Cannel Pelt, Road V Old Court House RepairsOn "

approved as read. Superintendent. the motion of Commissioner
Entered at Crawfordville Florida
Voting for the motion was Mr. Minutes of the last meeting were r-
Classified = .. Roberts the board agreed to proceed
as second class matter. Subscriptionrate -. --a' r- .Posey, Mr. Paulk and Mr. Crum. read and appn\ed.
with to the
FOB SALE- Boat afoot Cabin repairs Old Court
Mr. Crum tendered the Chair to Bids Reque.ted on Youth -
: $3.00 per year. Cruder New Motor Real House. _
Mr. Paulk. Fair BuildingOn
Cheap. Contact Judge Harper, The Board approved the 'vouch-
Moved by Mr.Crum and second- the motion of Commisioaer.
Crawford-ril, T.L Office- ers before them and directed that
WA-4-3351. Resident WA li EJ by Mr. Posey that the Archi- Smith: eeconded! : by 'CommissionerRoberts

If You Need i K1LFEMALE test and Contiactor are authorizedto the following notice was warrants be .issued in payment V MIf
.. therefor;V -
proceed and prepare the add caused to be run in the Wakulla V
Office : News here'being'no,further business
Supplies Change Order for the Sopchop- County
Business Machines py Gymnasium in the amount of Notice t3 Bidders coming to the attention of the

Office FurnitureRANEY $1,475.00. Notice is hereby given that the Board the same was' adjomed on

See or Call Voting for the motion: Mr. Board of County Commissioners of.motion duly made, seconded and

V HELP .WANTED-Interviewer Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Paulk. Wakulla County will receive sealed carried.

WHALEYat wanted for part- Mr. Paulk tendered the Chair bids at the Office of the Clerkof
time in Jan
telephone survey Lack t to Mr. Crum. the Clerk>f the Circuit Court,!

uary. Give phone number., Moved by Mr. Paulk and seconded Post Office Box 337, Shrinks Hemorrhoids i
Prefer private line. Not selling Crawford-I
CAPITAL OFFICE I a by Mr. Posey that the Board villa Florida up and

EQUIPMENT CO. Job. Air Mail letter including -, set the 2nd and 4th Monday of o'clock a.m. January 7, 1963 and Without i Surgery
; work ex-i each month at 7:00 p.m. as meet- then publicly cpened and read V .
319 South Adams St. perience and of references Itch-Relieves PainFor .
names .
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE. ing time. aluud for furnishing all labor and:

FLORIDA to: American Research Voting for the motion: Mr.' materials for the Wakulla County the Ant time science has found
Bureau Field Staff substance with the u-
Department a new healing
Posey, Mr. Paulk and Mr. Crum. Livestock Pavilion. shrink hemor-
Beltsville toni hing ability to
Maryland. Moved by Mr. Paulk and seconded All work shall be in accordancewith rhoids and to relieve pain-without WALES, (FNS)-Senonta Susan Lynn Mayberry Man'

. ;, by Mr. Posey that the Board drawings and specifications.Work urery. In case after case while
gently ,relieving pain actual reduction caio: Venttula poses with an authentic: copy of the Mona Lisa,
SALE"Nice New House send ,Mr. Kenneth G. Roberts and, shall be in accordance with (shrinkage) '''took place. dost I in the gardens of The Great Masterpiece near here. Management

FOR Basement. Deep Well. Kid Mr. S. E.. Roddenberry a bill for contract instructions to bidders amazing ough that of sufferers all-results made were astonishing so thor- of the popular attraction dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci is opening *

chen Furnished $4950. Real I 25.00( as their portion of the and. contract documents pertain statements like"Piles have ceased to the grounds Saturday and Sunday January 19.20 at a priceof

Easy Terms. R. Walthall.. : $150.00 donated to the Wakulla: ing thereto which: drawings amispecifications' be a problem substance The(BioDfDeadisCOTerJ' secret is a new- 50 cents per person, so that all may enjoy. Leonardo daJVincfs
County Chamber" of Commerce as I instructions''con.. works of art. :
PO Box 187, Sopchoppy, Fla. of a world-famous research : '
pointed out iu the Audit Report tract documents and forms of contract institute.This substance is now avail-
.. number : able in Kj>pottt.rjf or oiattM1tt fern :.. / -. "-
5430 of June 30 1961.
as may be secured or examinedat called Preparation H*. At all drug ;
ir i As pointed out by the State the office of the County, Agentin counters. "-

BABYSITTING Will care for, Audit, this $150.00 donation should the Cart: House in Crawford- .

small children in my home for+ I le restored'! to the Board's funds wile, Florida.

working mothers, daytime, by t the Board Members and Super Genera} contractors-may secure ALSO- CALL D /KErAll. IN KNOW YOURfLORiPA .

evenings by appointment. Mrs. MAPUS <0MCRETE intendent. Board Members' Mr. drawings and specifications from AND DIP-TAU. DIVER FLHT

Jack Solomon Crawfordville, Crum, Mr. Moore and Superintendent the Office of the County Agent
Florida. I Townsend have refunded for a deposit of $10.00 per set DA7eK STRIPE WATERfOWUBLACM5H :

1 their $25.00. It is deemed by the with a limit of two sets per con ACROSS .

present Board that the other mem- tractor. WHITE l \y OWN .

; : bers involved in this donation Each ,bid must be submitted. in CHEEKS +f+. BODY WHITISH'
should reimburse the Board fundsin
/p 4c JUDGE WAKULLA COUNTY, i'' strict accordance with the pro- ur BREAST
: STATE OF FLORIDA. the amount of $25.00 each. posal form, Fully Completed. J
n re the Estate of:
BOSTON LOS ANGELES evadee Spears. Deceased. Voting for the motion: Mr., Which Proposal form will show in ...
.To all Creditors Legatees Distribu Paulk Mr. Posey and Mr. Crum. the "
specifications.Each FEMALE -
LONDON tees. and all Persons having Claims or
I mandS against said Estate: Moved by Mr. Paulk and seconded bid shall be accompaniedby RUN5 a'V WATe
You. and each of you. are hereby by Mr. that the 1 BEFORE FLIGHT '
Posey Board .
notified and required to present any u certified check or bid bond '
laims and demands which you. or adjourn.
made payable .to the Board of
either of you. may have against the '
estate of Revadee Spears deceased. Voting for the motion: Mr.. County. Commissioners of Wa-

the Ute Hon of Wakulla George County.L. Harper Florida County to Paulk, Mr. Posey and Mr. Crum. kulla County in an amount of not q MALE

Judge of Wakulla County, at his .office Henry A.. Crum, OFTEN COCK ,
less than 19 4 of the bid price -
S In the County Courthouse in Craw- ,
/ordvtlle. Wakuila County. Florida. Chairman Bidders q\ia\\iVc&tion must be TAIL JLJKEIH
within 0 months from the date b reol. .
i Dated Jitu 10. A.D. 19G& j C. L. Townsend, I *&t\i ctorv U tire Board, and the: 7H/6
Mildred C. Spears. Executrix I cuMAGE LIKE FEMi E
i Board reserves the right to waiveall
01 the Estate otRevadee .
Spears. Decealed. informalities in any bid to
To the Executor or Administrator: 17". 1963 i eject any or: all bids or to accept I
The above notice must be published The Wakulla County School airybid combination-of alternates -o M SP&N& BODY
an( '
In in Wakulla 1
a newspaper published .
County once a week for 4 weeks (4 Board met in a special meeting at I that JR its judgment will -- IS REDDISH- /
InterestingAccurate ....
publications) and the proof of such jJ
publication which will be furnished 8:30 p.m., January 17, 1963. Tb j be for the. lies4 interests of the a
J you by the paper) filed in this office. I Chairman .}fr. Crum, called the I Board. :- '2jr ntatrrd. c

Jan 10. 17. County Judge. I meeting to order with the follow I : A SMALL, STUBBY DIVING DUCK THE SIZE
24.31 .
4..4Motior. .
.'. ......: ing members present: Mr. Posey I .". by- Commissioner"'Smith-",.. ., V RuPIY OF A TEAL I JNHA&.1T$ LAKES, pONDS '.:

Complete I and Mr. Paulk Mr Roddenberrywas seconded by Commissioner Roberts AND BAYS OF N0X.TH F/() /tJA SOUTH TO 1 ',

. I......... News Ceftrete 1 IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY absept and carried to approve Charterof V LAKE OKEECHOBEE FROM NOVEMBER TO ,
JUDGE IN AND FOR WAKULLA :Moved by Mr., Posey and seconded the Wakulla Youth V V DUCVCFLOX.IDA MAY WEIGHT 1/ LBS LENGTH 1+ TO 1'- :
--------------- County
The Christian Science Monitor RE: COUNTY.ESTATE OF FLORIDAIN NORMAN A, by Mr. Paolk that the bills be Fair, Inc., 17 INCHES NOT A 6OOP TABLE .BIRV
One Norway'St... Boston 1 S. Moss. ., SPEARS. DECREASED paid as presented.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS County Commissioners Bonds
Sand your newspaper for the time AH creditors' of the estate of Nor Voting for the motion: Mr. On the motion of Commissioner GAME AND FRESH JVATGR. FISH COMMISSIONMarch ,.
checked.-EncIoMd fid my check or man A. Spears. deceased are hereby
money order. D r yea S22 notified and required to file any Posey, Mr. Paulk and Mr. Crum. Roberts the perforance bonds of
claims or demands which they may ,Moved by Mr. Paulk and second
C 6 tnonthe $11 Q 3 month $5.50 have _against said estate in the office : Commissioners Strickland and
of the County Judge otWakulla ed by Mr. Posey that the Board Carter were approved. .
County. Florida, in, the"courthouse, at
Name CrawfordvUle. Florida within s&: adjourn. Board Meeting Hours ChangedOn

calendar first publication months of from this the notice.date of Each the Voting for the motion, was Mr the motion of commissioner of Dimes Pioneers PlanV

Address and claim must or demand state the must place be of in residenceand writing Paulk Mr. Posey and Mr., Crum. Carter the meeting hours of theregular

address of the claimantand HenryA. Crum,
post-office meetings of the board
.. City Zone must be sworn to by the claimant Chairman
his agent or attorney or it will were changed as follows until :To Improve Child Medical CareTopquality
C.-L. Townsend :
$tat.. PB-16 be void Aughtry according:: Belle Chambers to law. J Superintendent., further action by the Board. !

Administrator of the Estate I The first Monday meetings -
of Norman A. Spears deceased. medical care,
,J AIL 3-10-17-24 changed from 9:00 a.m. until 8:00
I though often capable of

a.m.The changing the whole life

jp. _. middle month meetings prospects of infants and
ty; ; changed from: 8:00 to 7:00 p.m, children with crippling disorders -

i Gz< 'Ta11ahassee Business firms On the motion of Commissioner is unavailable to the a >p

Carter the Clerk was directed to majority of these patients.That -

; write Mr. Bill Kid of the Gov- is. why The National

; ", ernors Office and request that Foundation-March of Dimes is

DIRECTORYi Wakulla County be included in.a pioneering with a project designed + r ;y r
, to remedy this situationby
survey to be made for location of financing a network of more

t recreation facilities for public than. 50 treatment centers
across the nation for birth defects -
Patornlze These Advertisers use.The arthritis and polio. .
Board approved the vouchers -
r But fully twice this numberof
-I '1 -- : before the, and directed'thst centers is needed because of V
warrants be issued in payment the magnitude of the problem. f4 ( Y
r thErefur. This urgent need is one of the .- .
Baker-Alford Co. chief reasons for the current ;V ;
O. I. GRAMLING Proctor & ProctorCadillac There being no further business March of Dimes campaign here

"Tk Part Bout coming to the attention of the, this month.

: Anything for your" ante, truck & CO. Inc. Itoaid the Board was adjourned. > "No other health organization -
in the United
States, or
R tractor. Also for PontiacVauxbalJ kt.
or your power Attest: ClerkApproved for that matter not the :
lawnmower, and much for your" One-Stop Service for : Chairman of the"Board' federal government has attempted t .L
r boat. Feed Seed Fertilizer SALES AND.SERVICE any such comprehensive -
208 N.'Adams St. Ph. 222-3380 network of special treat- K I VV
Monday night January 21, 1963
Poultry Supplies MERCURY ment centers" Basil O'Connor,
OUTBOARD MOTORS The Board of County Commissioners president of The National .:..
Garden: Tools Factory Trained Mechanic of Wakulla County met Foundation-March of Dimes, "; h':;. ;.w ,, j..'] -' _

So.Adams at S.A.LJUI. 215 NORTH ADAMS STREET said recently. I'March of Dimes-financed treatment centers Jn great medical InstItutions I
this date in Crawfordville with "We invested a great deal of .
.' Crossing Phones 222-0830 223-0989 study and thought in this like these cars for hundred of afRided mUd._n._.._._._.
Little Folks
Store the following members present.J. .
lac. Phone 223-0173 D. Chairman project before we began in of the medical schools in the ous disability or death. It is so
Turner Wil-
v : 1960 with the three pilot units United States.
: The Capital'sMajors They are located often a matter of prompt action -
for Minor lard Carter vice-chairman, Ralph patterned after our polio respiratory from the Atlantic to the and expert treatment that

x, CAtldrvm'c Furjutur, Toys, CLARKMattress Strickland Sam Smith and Fr T. centers" he added. Pacific from the Canadian to I makes the difference.In .
"But even with all this the Mexican borders.
Game. Hobbies V Roberts members: J. H. Hudson plan I a review of the progressin

Baby Accessories Factory andFurniture County Attorney, 'Carmel Pelt ning included and medical preparation conferences-which 'Health Teams' Used scarcely two years of thesespecial
N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 ; Each provides continuousand treatment centers Dr.
Lig1t Wfifkt and Regular ; Co. Road Superintendent, and Moody across the country-we did William S. Clark director of
comprehensive for!
t Concrete Block Pearce Clerk Circuit Court. not foresee the full magnitudenor the medical department of The
inpatients or uitpatients by i
Autkorizef Ptdeo Dealer the
'R Hanson Wood and Minutes of the last meeting'were urgency of the needs specialist members of "health National Foundation-March of
F Complete HAjthold Furniture that these special treatment Dimes
. In the reported
of birth
read and teams. case
n :, Hod tad Inc. MATTRESSES RENOVATED approved. centers very soon. brought to this would often The
defects meana Guiding Principle
On the motion
of Commissioner light. ,
M.I j s. Adams St. at 4-Pomts Cotton Mattrwaes _$9.75 pediatrician a pediatric neu- -"What
; we have been achieving

I ) Roberta Some
Mr W. M. Sanders Headway Made
l V F D TeL 222-680 P. O. Box 11 Innerspring $19.50 was rosurgeon, urologist, orthope- through our centers may
: '622 N. Macomb St. given one month work on the road. "The thoughtful and com- dist, physical therapist medicals seem breathtaking: and miraculous -
... Phone epartment. passionate generosity of the worker, psychologist or to some people. But the
f. 222.3883TallahasseeCapital American public has permittedthe psychiatrist and others. Similarly underlying principle involved
,.. :.. March of Dimes to make all of the special medical here is really simple. It
: JFliHt River Mills .". =. '. Mr. Marion Lamb representingMr. some headway in meeting the and other skills needed for the has been the guiding very principle

!r' alb*S. 3I0lU'0ePh.. 2230274SUBER t y eag. ,. ,:" ,. ,' .. Stone Co. George Hodges owner of the research and medical care research study and the treatment of The National Foundation- I
Old Fort Side in St. Marks. Appeared problems posed by 250,000 infants of arthritis are enlistedin March'of Dimes throughout its
"IR Since 1908 born in our the "health teams" at the first quarter
century, the anniversary
before eachmajor
" ... the Board to negotiate -
._ '. r country birth de- arthritis centers sponsored by 'of which we observe
\. MARBLE GRANITE the purchase, exchange or fects; and the 42,000 children the March of Dimes. this month. It is this: "

+ Inntrtuu. .and Bonds. BRONZE gift of the Old Fort Site to thebounty. and adolescents crippled by These March of Dimes- "Do something to prove that
& JOHNSON 214 Adams_ m.4- r-::; 22y.4880' : f'w. MEMORIALS The Board requested Mr. some form of"arthritis- or rheu- financed centers are the set- the best care can be brought i
matic disease. ting sometimes for family dra- out of
l,.;. V .Seed*".Fertffizer Baby Chicks $' _.. ':_ : .... ..... .; r Cemetery Work of AU Type Lamb to present to Mr. Hodges the These treatment centers for mas where emotions range ters and our hospitals great. medical to America's cen f I

i' _. >roposal that he donate the pn> birth defects arthritis and from despair to jubilation. doorstep in town' and
.1x" "- :Lt. 'a:; 606 W.GaJBes SL TeL 223-0719 every I
Farm SuppHe rty loathe County with the provision polio whose costs are borne More than once have parents village, and the American pub ,
.. :q.F:. ,3a +tilE :* Walter F. Buehan 'Mgr. directly by about 500 March of hope. for their child
f"; that should not the Old Fort given up lic seeing that H can be dene
Cor.- ..4 Gainer- sad Woodward Sts' 4..t:: .: .. -'. .... -< .. : Dimes chapters as well as na- only to find that early treat will demand, that it mtut be

f.6 ._,", :,ibL ,TeL 2BE-69ow "'" .. : Y"y ... :.. i: ..' .d- {'. .; ,..... _. be restored the property wouldrevert tional headquarters are affiliated ment has made it possible for done. Thatfc &e March of
': ."' .-T _,; ..:...-. -.. .-.a." .t ,.. ; .. to. Mr. Hodges. and that. with more than one-half their youngster to escape seri- Dimes in a
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bj Lottie Witt : *. Mr.-"and: .Mrs. Ernest, Cutcbinhave : Louise:C.Sapp I_ ,f
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The open house at the Panacea returned ii home after a trip to A revival has been running at I I
Woman Club wu quite. lovelj Miami to visit Mr. Vister 'Cut- he Holiness Church in Sopchoppy ,
affair. The building was very at. chins and friends. and will continue through this w4r. $?* "
tractive with cit flowers from Mr. and )Mrs. Edward Linton of week. Brother Clive is holding the ORIDVE
Mrs. Ada Raker and Mrs. Eleanor :Tallahassee and Mr. ,S. E. Coggins revival and services begin at 7:30 ar

Wooley, and Tallahassee Flower, of Woodville were the week- p.m. each evening. r -* v
,and Candy Shop. Guesta were end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Steve. Mrs, Dilma Roberts, June and,

greeted by dub officers ,after dOg nL Elizabeth Roberts Wesley Smith II Now Showing Today thru Saturday
t ''signing the register they were Mr.; P.. B. Shepherd of Fitzgerald were the dinner guests of Mr. and I
J shown over the building. Coffee Gas:, spent the weekend Mrs. Delton Colgin in Medart Saturday -i -
and cake was served by :the,members here ,in his trailer home. evening. I
of the club. The club received Mrs.: Millie Smith, Mrs. Lea Mrs. Mar and Hattie Mae Law- Walt Disney's"In Robert Ryan .. -,

several donations, a deep freeze Lynn and daughter Donna spent hon had as their guests Wednesay ..
was given by Mr. and Mrs. Foster Sunday in Dothan, Ala. on busi. evening Mr. and Mrs. Robroy ifT P j
Clay, a very beautiful hand' :made Ashmure and son Brad of Tallahassee. Search of the Peter Ustinov
wall plaque by Mr. and Mrs. Ed ness.Hay Cogdill of FSU spent' the .
Allen, several pieces of furniture weekend at home with her parents, Mrs. Tena McPhaul has return-
given by Mr. Charles Williams of Mr.. and Mrs. J. .S. Cogdill and c J to her home in Sopchoppy aftera I Castaways" '"BILLY BUDD"

Warmer Bobbins, ,Ga., Mr. A. B. visited. friends in the County.Mr. visit to Hollywood, Florida, with; ,
Synder went to Warmer Robbins and Mrs. A. D. Alford and her daughter Betty and soninlawand I

and brought it down for the club daughters spent the weekend in granddaughter. : PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN '
which was greatly appreciated by Sampson. Ala., visiting relatives. The Bargin Spot is open Saturday -
all members. The Elbert Smith's Mrs. Ruby: Ward has returnedto of every week, and is locatedat I .t SMBMSaSaSflBHSMBM -
gave several boxes of materials, her home after visiting in the Sopchoppy Woman's Clubn t

that is a great help toward dec- Jacksonville Beach, due to the illness Main Street. It is also operated Tonight thra Saturday Tonight thru Saturday
orating. Dr. Wm. North,'Sr.. very of her daughter, Mrs. Eleanor by the Sopchoppy Woman's Club.
generously gave an acre of land Sapp. Mr and Mrs. Jerry Hodge and Showing: 7:30. Tripat7leature2'5: ;
I east of and adjoining the club Mrs. Allie Mae Roberts spent family of Tallahassee and formerly Gary Grant'DREAM
property, plans will be announced the week end at Old Town visitingher <"r'Sopcbtlppr visited Mrs. 1 'TOO LATE
later as to bow it will be used. daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Char- lodge mother Mrs. Delma WIFE"CoHit BLUES"
The regular monthly 'club 'supper les Houston. Her granddaughter, Roberts on Saturday. In The Service CRAWFORDVILLE 9:20 at 9:15

: will, be held Saturday 6:30 Brenda accompanied her home to Mrs.( : Mattie Y.,. Revelle andd.'KhterinIaw (AHTNC)-Army Pvt. Charles PERSONALSMr. Doris Day 'WILD GUITAR"
February 2nd at the club visit: with her this week. Louise
p.m. Revelle W. Styron 18, son of Mr. and I .
I house. Mr. ",V. E. Mock Is entering Tal- were; in Tallahassee a--few days Mrs. James H. Styron, 2026 Carol! and Mrs. Oscar Spears of 'LOVE ME OR at 10:50

t We are glad to have Mrs. Ran lahassee Memorial Hospital this ago on business.Mr. : ct., Tallahassee, Fla., recently completed Wellsville, Ohio are visitors inCrawfoidrille. LEAVE ME" "Hey, Let's Twist"
dall back and again at work,(Jn the week fur eye surgery. His daughters Clyde Morrison underwent eight weeks of advanced They are friendsf
Barton's Beauty Salon. Mrs. Randall Mrs. Marie Collins and Mrs. surgery in the Tallahassee Memur- Individual infantry training at the Mr. and' Mrs. Chauncy Shuster.
spent all of the holidays and Shirley Tooke of Eau Gallie are iat'( hospital lust Monday and is U. S. Army Training Center, Fort I Mrs. C. L. Rehwinkel left today
I some time with her mother, Mrs. I here to visit him during his recovery recovering. Gordon, Ga. Styron received in- for the Oschner Clinic in New Orleans -

Reese who lives in Columbus Ga.I' ;. We' regret Roger Stokley gettinga struction in combat techniques and Z for a check-up. She was -ac* -
J Mrs. Mae Brown has just returned "'I' Mrs. Nettie Strickland and son broken' arm during. the SopchoppyCi in firing the M-14 rifle and M-60 II ompanied by her daughter, Mrs. -, I
visit her D ugla' and Mrs. Lorine Roberts Bert Hudson. 1
from a to 'awf ordville basketball machinegun two of 'the ;"jmy'a:
brother Mr. D. R. Cook who lives]visited Mr.' and Mrs. Glenn Roberts tame' Friday night and we wish newest infantry weapons. He entered Among some of the people who Tallahassee COMPLETE
in Callahan Fta. in Ciawfordvilfe: last week. urn a speedy' iccovery the Army in August 1962. attended the open house at the ,
Iri Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haines of I Mr' and Mrs. Curtis Shields and Mrs.. Wheelus is spending ,the new Panacea Womans Club last FLORI
Atlanta are down for a few day's I Mr and Mrs. Bob Spurgeon left weekend with her parents inhbiun Saturday were Mrs. Inez Walker,
visit. this week to camp and vacationin \- Alabama. Mis. Wheelu-i Mrs. H. F. Mills, Mrs. Billy Gaby, Flowers & Candy Inc. SERVICE'
Mrs. Henry Haddock of Damascus the southern: part of the state. is a teacher in the Sopchoppy "Private enterprise is Mrs. Harold Smith, Mrs. Virginia I
, Ga., is spending. several Mr. Andrew Ougts was a business !school. where an individual does a' Keightley, Mrs. George Creech '-
visitor in Quincy the first | lot with little money and and Mrs. Bobby Posey.
days at her cottage. Cpl. (D4)) A. I. Savory USMC ,.
Mrs. W. P. Shelly, Sr.,from,Tallahassee -: u t f, this week z : IbM Opor. and Regmr Data Pro- government enterprise is ': Mr. Steve Moore has returnedto .. f':'..
is at her cottage Mrs. Bertie Coggins and, Mrs. v-. 4ing Dept. Marine Corps Air where little is done with a his home after spending several '
We are glad to see Mrs. Mae Ruby Ward :spent' Monday in Station, Cherry Point, N.C., has lot of money."-Ueorge"' B. days in the Tallahassee Memorial :' : : '," : : ; : ., ; "
Mr. .,and Mrs. Bowra Aztec (N. M.) Inde- Hospital. :
Wells out again after several days. Quincy visiting served 5 years and is now makinghis i ,
: "
illness. Eddie Ward and daughter. home with Mr. and Mrs. D. L. pendent Review. Mrs. Owen Council is a patientat /C?
We are glad to know Mrs. Katie Strickland in Sopchoppy.Mrs. "In the business world an the Tallahassee Memorial Hos. !o. : .
.' :
: \: : ; :. .
Whetstone is home again 'from I Levi Willis was admitted executive knows something pital. '. :" ,
.,. ,. ._ ,. .. ,
Carabelle 'Hospital. Tax Refund to the Tallahassee Memorial about everything,, a techni Mis. Harold Smith has returnedto : f ..'
Mrs. Herman, Ba'rton'wa, ad aS.For hospital Sunday night. cian .knows ,everything about her home after a trip to Deland. ., Formerly Tillman's ;;:

mitted to TMH hospital Sunday Farm Use, Mi. and Mrs. 'Bun Simmons, something*, and the switch Fla., 105 EAST JEFFERSON STREETt', .,
I P.M. her condition has not been of Florid Agricultural Charles; Simmons! and son mike board operators know every-' Kev., Luther Stokes visited in > : ; : 6
A University thing."-Lloyd S. Waters, Crawfordville Monday.Rev. f
determined. and Mr. and Mrs. Sapp vistadMrs. : l .
the January, ,W.M.U. meeting farmers Extension they, .ma1'specialist claim reminds a Jeanette Land, and son and Mountain Home '(Ida.) News. Richard Sprague and family _! :, "L..
was held at 'Mrs. Vivian' Bar- of four cents the Tauntons in Panama City Sun "No opportunity is ever are spending this week in : ,
tax refund per ;:
state Asbury, Ky. Rev. Sprague is at- { ;J'
netU, "Thursday the 17th.. After gasoline used on the day afternoon. lost. The other person takes .
gallon on
f coffee a lively. discussion for 1962. Mr. and Mrs. Braxton Bar wick those you miss." Orville tending a minister's conference PHONE 224-5023. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA ,'"
held.. arm during had Campbell Chapel Hill (N. C.) meeting there. .
matters was Everyone as their guests Sunday theirS :
Roger P. Hill econo- Weekly. Mrs. Herman Barton of Pan- : or WA 6-3301 eRA'VFORDVILI..Ej;! r.
enjoyed the meeting.The mist with the Agricultural Extension < n Bearnie Barwick and family .::: .
weekly Cancer Sewing Circle that bona if Tallahassee. "A man's home seems acea entered the Tallahassee Me- ,; ..'
will meet the 30th, with Mrs.. fide farmers Service who says have followed Rev. and Mrs. Richard Spragueand most like his castle when he muiial Hospital last Sunday.. .... f..' .

Vivian, Barnett, at 2:00 p.m. prescribed by little :Mark and Kent left Sunday pays the taxes on it."-Paul .. o. .....
certain regulations ,
I We are sorry, about, ,Roger the Stat*-of'Florida may,claim the Afternoon foxY lnwre, Ky. M. Hart, Grand Rapids 't I ,. .. ...-- ., .. ,'" ,." .. .. ". ;, ': ,. >' '. I" ..'.: ':;\.. ..
Stokley breaking his arn\ while: fund. The gasoline must havebeen Enrcuts they will stop at Ft. (Mich.) Michigan Times. t
playing basket ball. Hope be soon used exclusively for agricultural Valley. Ga., and leave the children-

recovers.: purposes ,however. 'VAt h. Mr., Sprag-we*,' jnotjher.. Mrs. ..... .
I Mrs. ,Paulina Schmidt of Pan. 1b be entitled to apply for a Itarge Teece, Rev. and Mrs. -
t aces Courts broke her little finger, Hill states' Sprague are attending the annual
refund gasoline
nothing serious but ,very painful.We on minister's conference at Ashbury : i
that the applicant
It. is necessary OARS t"
enpoyed Mr. Morris Roe be the holder of a 'valid refund Theological Seminiary, they expect ALL USED I Iii
;, ... again this past Sunday. Good-byes permit issued by the 'State Comp to return on Friday
were hard to say as we,have learned -,troller's Office." Mrs. Walte Harms and Mrs. .
to love and appreciate Mr.: "No refunds can' be madefor Ralph Brown went to see Mrs.!
Roe's help-during the time we have gasoline purchased prior to thedate Lheasie: Morris, last friday, whois
been without a pastor, We are .Is out fim, Memorial Hospital
the refund permit was
looking forward to Sunday the farmers :and !staying with her daughterMrs.
dhe empbul"U
27th, as Mr, Jim Burke of Alabama do.ue not hold' this refund permit, I Margaret Crosby of 301 ii PRICED TO SELL NOW :

r has accepted' our call to be they area not entitled to apply fora I laden ltd., Tallahassee. Her
i our minister, and will ,be here refund." friends may write or call upon her ,
then. Let us all come and welcome Farmers who have permits there. .
him and family. As this!Is for Mr. and Mrs ,Robert Townsend
should file application re-
the last prayer meeting beforeour Comptroller of Jacksonville nt the weekend ALFORD
fund with the # CHEVROLET CO. OFFERS
new pastor arrives' ,,.Mr. Ottis prior to January 31, 1963. Applications with the Nelse Roddenberrys. Mrs. ,'
Vause has arranged a, yery interesting for refunds are available Townsend i is Mr. Roddenberry's '

f program. from Ray E..Green, state comptroller Daughter.! : ; '.
r Rev. Tom Harrell pastor of the Tallahassee, Florida Mrs. Raymond ,Revell Mrs. -Savings Up To $400 '
Primitive Baptist church of Panacea -It' is necessary In filing for Stevie Revell ,wnd Mrs. Ralph, ,

and the New Home Baptist the 'refund to attach the original Brown attended the open houseof ,
church of Otter Creek announces.He motor fuel purchase invoices to the Panacea Womans club' on Saturday \ ::7 J I

has Sunday school every morning application ,the economist stres- afternoon. Much credit is CARS COMPLETELY RECONDITIONED FOR: TROUB FREE DRIVING!! HIGH ALLOWANCES ON i'RADE.N?.

at Panacea Primitive Baptistand ses. "Be certain to check the application deserved by the Club members, !in ::1 %.; : INS!! LOW FINANCE" RATES. '-i....f
preaching at Panacea church to make sure it Is properly realizing their goal of a clubhouse .-;, : : ,. .. -
the 2nd, and 4th, Sunday qt the filled out and signed" Hill and eommunity'center. *. ": .WE GUARANTEE: THE BEST TRADES ANYWHERE .: .

I month, and at New Home Baptist adds. "Refunds will be refused unless The Sopchoppy Woman's Club ,. LOOK AT THESE VALUES LISTED BELOW. ., ,,/ .
church on the 3rd and the 1st applications are complete and will meet Thursday evening 7:30
Sundays. Everyone Is invited to aee rate." January 24 in their club building -

all the services. For those who do not have a permit Mrs. Stevie Revell, President 1957 PLYMOUTH, V8, 4 Door, 1961 CHEVROLET, V8
: Gail and Marshal Spears have a but want one for 19$3,' Hill says they have some of the Benson 6 Passenger Station Wagon, BeUaire, Radio and Heater, $1695
Baby girl named Marsha Gail, she suggests contacting your county fruit cakes' left and will sell them Automatic Transmision Radio $645 Automatic Transmission.. Real .
I was born Jan 18th. Needless to for the'application -110V'Zit. cost. As president, of the and Heater Clean 1 Owner .
agricultural agent only Y ____ : '_______._
say her' grandparents Mr. and form. The form may also be I Woman's Club Mrs. Revell will
Mrs. R. M. Spears are quite' proud obtained by writing to the State represent Sopchoppy the March J .. 'I ..
of her. of 'Dimes meeting in Crawford '
Mr. and Mrs. Glenwood Evans Comptroller."Upon completion and return of vine -at the home of Rep."BobbyRuss. : :SPECIALS'' / io; :' < ;

from Chrisseld Md., are with us the application,to the State Comp : LOT NO. 1 f
58 FORD ,
again. They are staying at Pan- troller's -Office, you will receive a .

acea Courts for have a few them.weeks.We We believe permit a book- of invoices and A cyl. 2-door, radio: 595 327 N.: Adams Ph. 224-3111
are so glad to full instructions on how to use heater, com sec it 54 Pontiac, 1955FOtD .
that Paul and Pauline Schmidt them" he explains.. The procedure won't last long at 4-door '" '

who own and operate the is necessary before any refunds U. S. Research .. .- LOT .I. '0. 2 -

Panacea Courts put sand as wellu can be claimed."

hostility In theM yinket's shoes "The application for a permit Costs ClimbingFederal 1414 So. Monroe Ph. 222-5656
as they return each year. We wish must be made each year, so clOD 57 Plym'th 195 :. '
t this Florida weather would live make the mistake of thinking yare < expenditures for V8 '
I. up to its reputation while they are still eligible in ease you had a research and development
here. Of course wa would enjoy it .refund, permit last year," the Agricultural ,, have grown from an annual Yti,4--m, coraM 1295 :60CHEVROIET S'Vf
i clan Extension specialist remind outlay of $75 millionin qair* wales,
I 1940 to an estimated radio, h.ater, aotomatk 4-4oer, Betai! lr' rsto, 1395
The Improvements are completed *, suggesting that a new application n lies t M 56 Olds 145 foster SHto sti< trsas* ,
at Vause Super .Market. }dr. Cecil should be made rlgit $14.7 billion for the current a kius ia this buatif1ll.I. 2-door Mission, one .w.....
"r Nichols 'Installed the' heating, away. fiscal -year ending ...._.....- .Don't wise this see ,
air conditioning, and' rtfrigratioo. For saaistauctt or answers U June 30. ,
the tax re Of the $14.7 billion, the
We are glad. to Imow w. have questions concerning "
t'f some one of that ,ability In our fund HOI recommends contacting Science Foundation says -
about $7.4 billion is being 55 'Pontiac 245
i community. Now if we grocery: dour"county agricultural agent. Buick
shoppers ,could: just, get Darwood devoted to Defense Department 57 FORD 4-door' 57 ,
I Vane to handle SAIl GreenStamos Feb. 4, 1926-The craze activities. $595
f we would hav-it,made ior-dancing the..Charleston"reachedcits The maximum expenditure V8. 4-der statioa 5495 I 4-4..,, n>+e, fcostor,
s Mr. Cecil Nichols: baa, also just peak, when John for research and development wade wale,trwwwuwJo bettor, sot-. : 55 Ford $fJ 5 I avtoMtic... ..*.,. Old tot .*. .
completed Installing:the refrigra- Giola of ,New York City became during World 0...'t Wt H is low 2-door. ........ Goo4 .....iat.
War II in 1945 when
lion for the new freezer at Mt- the champion Charleston came pric* fool yo*.

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: .WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS!? The Florida Council of. 100 has I 7Painting

4 Thursday January u. 1M3 j given the state $35,000 as the first, Ask Mr. FosterAbout Unveiling Beverage Director Feed ParasitesCostly Tampa-Miami Link

l part of a $100,000 donation to finance Named JudgeGovernor to FarmerCounty
1( a. study aimed at establishing : TravelQ. Proclaimed U.S. Urged by Club

I a technical college in the Cape Ever hear of a golden spruce Lake Wales, (FNS) Newspaper Farris Bryant Wed- Agent, L. D. TaylorIs* TAMPA -The Peninsula Motor
nesday announced : all
Canaveral area. tree? headlines recently have featuredthe appointment urging Wakulla County' Farmers Club (AAA) today revied its appeal -
and we've the of State Beverage Director Thomas to rid their Livestock of In- Federal for
,A. Yes seen onlyone unveiling of Leonardo da to the government
I.. in the world too. It stands on Vinci's Mona Lisa in Washington E. Lee, Jr., as judge of the 11th ternal Parasites. the extension of Interstate 75 from

the banks of the river at Queen D. C. Dignitaries from all over Judicial Circuit "Miami" replac- With cold weather here and Tampa to Miami.A .
SUWANNEE STORE ing Judge Irving Cypcn, whose grazing short, cows and swine
Charlotte City, B.C. the world attended the unveiling are plea to take another look at

as the President of the United resignation became effective Jan- becoming infested with parasitesthat solving the "missing Unk" ia the

CRAWPORDVILLE FLA.: Q. Does Mexico City have a States presented for the first time uary 14. Mr. Lee's appointment be- will consume more of the Interstate system came from

rainy season? in history the lady with the enigmatic comes effective February 1. animals food than the farmer can Marvin L. Holloway, President of

LAWRENCE GLOVER MGR. A. It rains almost daily between I smile to the people of United Replacing Lee as head of the afford.In the Motor Club in a-letter..to new

,. late May and late September and States. Television cameras whirred Beverage Department is Orlando the case of cows infested with ly-seated Congressman' Sam Gib-
attorney Richard B. Keating. parasites, the animals will
usually between four and six in radio microphones were tunedto beginto bons.
the afternoon. Sunny before those catch each word of praise for Keating, 34, is a native-of Braden- loose weight, her hair will look Holloway based his request on
Rights tim and has made his home in Or- dull
or and the
under whichhe
hours. Very little rain falls during -the French Government for allowing area the touchy Cuban situation
of the lando since 1939. He attended the her jaw will become swollen or large
the rest year. the priceless painting to pointed out requires a
"RE Citadel and was graduated from lumpy. If have this in
: W. Have a Complete :leave its home in the Louvre and you your military buildup in F1 rkIa.
the University of Florida in 1953 cattle it Is time to worm them. In Official
Q. Is Central Park in Manhattan make the perilous journey to In addition the Triple-A

LINE OF MEATS the nation's biggest city.park? foreign shores. with AB and LLB degrees with fact by this time it is past time.A pointed out that the two

A. No. The honor to Griffith J honors. Since 1953 he has been a worm treatment should be of TaMpa
goes Leonardo da Vinci, one of the major metropolitan area
Park in California member of the Orlando law firm of given to Brood Cows at least oncea and each with millionor
Hollywood world's most advanced artists left Miami, a
; ;J : STEAKS CUT TO ORDER.WEEKEND It's 4,000-plus acres make it bot behind'him a record of accomplishment Smith and Keating. Keating year and to calves and yearlingsthe more population, and growing,

.' '. 'f' the nation's and the world's big unsurpassed in modern served with the U. S. Army with treatment should be twice a demand a connecting link on tM

.. gest city park. overseas duty in Japan. He is mar- year. A Phenothiozene Drench Interstate system.
SPECIALS times. He was not only a painter,
ried and has three sons. gives the best results.
:: S. but also a poet, a musician a play- The treat- Interstate 75 is now mapped to

Q. I am 'ten and would like to wright, an anatomist, a sculptor Lee, who left a Miami law practice ment should be repeated in 18 terminate in Tampa. Back in

know why Illinois is called "The an inventor and scientist to become a member of the to 21 days to rid the animal of all 1D5G when the original plans were

t Prairie State." He felt posterity 18 known Little Cabinet, is a former Special worms. Dosage will run from one being made for the superhighway

A. You are not old enough to paintings, them the Mona Assistant State Attorney General ounce for calves to 5 ounces for network, the Peninsula Motor

FRYERS remember when Illinois was mostly.Lisa. Seventeen among of these paintings and has held numerous offices in adult cattle.In Club fought vigorously to get the
SHOT'RIBS- the Dade County, Florida, and the case of swine
I prairie. could be packed in a trunk symptomsare ampa-Miami link included. Ef-
s and shipped place in the American Bar Associations.Of a little harder to find. However forts have been made front time to
: any
" 29d b.. Q. Just back from the British world. They are examples of the the new appointments Governor you can look for the dull time since then to get this vital

39c b.Libby'e West Indies where I found a truly I world of portable art. But the Bryant said: "I take,great I hair coat and in most cases the ransportation artery included.: ,

... beautiful beach on the tiny islandof '18th, the most famous of all of pleasure in naming Tom Lee to the I pigs will be heavy in their mId- In his letter to Gibbons, Hol-i

; TagDOG Bequia just off St. Vincent.It's Leonardo's. works, was painted on bench, for I believe he will be an I dle. In extreme cases lose of way pointed out that in 1966))

called Tony Gibbons Beach the walls of the convent of Santa outstanding judge as he was an weight is evident. A general and when the location of the interstate''
FOOD attorney and is a Beverage Direc r safe rule is to them
but nobody there could tell me how Maria Delle Grazie in Milano I.. worm several highways i was established, Cuba

the nam originated. Can you? Italy. This non-portable paintingwas tor. The very real sense of loss I I times a year. The medicine nor was considered to be in friendly)
Can .
24 oz.Can A. Tony Gibbons Beach was feel in losing him as a member of the time will be wasted. Taylor hands.
the one that Leonardo called
'.. .
named after Harry rudder. There his Great Masterpiece. It is his my administrative team is lessened recommends that Piperzine In the The Motor Club leader quoted an
49c 3/21C only by the satisfaction I havein I twister supply gives the
the mystery rests. unsurpassed rendition of "The effect AAA member who lives in, Southwest -
naming Richard Keating to The pigs should be
Last This is the only one confinedto Florida as lamenting, "Today -
Sunshine succeed him. Mr. Keating is a only one of
Van Camp of Leonardo's works that cannot source water dur Florida and the Island of
man of high principle and dedica- ing the treatment.
Turnip Greens be sold, or cannot be transported. Cuba are figuratively sitting on
tion. Under his leadership the excellent dot-age will be the
GratecMuna245c Painted during the years of goven on Piper- he powder-keg of the universe

; with Chopped Roots Telephone Dick Pope and the 1494-1498, the fresco is fading I reputation the Beverage *:'ne pacLage.For and may so continue beyond the

r li4 Can 303 Can operator will say "Beautiful ,from sight. Despite all efforts at Department has achieved in the further information call foreseeable future. We the people
past two years will not only be your County Agent.
of South and
GREEN Florida hope
Cypress Gardens" to Illustrate I preservation experts believe it pray
2/25c the fact that the recent :cannot last out the 20th century. maintained, but enhanced, and its hat if the interstate highway

; / freeze failed to destroy Florida's I The famous painting has been restored war on illegal activities will, if Sebring Race Draws mileage were being allocated today,
anything, intensify. I am gratfulto
most famous gardens. at least six times. Each hose of us in this area would not

, .- both these men for their willingness DriversWith written off as expendable and
' artist who attempted the restoration Top ;
.. to serve their state and proudof
; HOURS: Mon---8-6; Tues.-8-6; W L S-6; Floyd B. Bowen, general man- has left an indelible change in them both." the March 23rd date for hat roads capable of handling our

Thursv-8-12; FrU-S-8; Sat-8-8 ager of International Mineralsand I the immortal piece of art. I.ee made this statement, "First, the 13th annual 12 hour endurancerace dense needs would be provided."
Chemical Corp. of Fortunately for the world, fast Holloway reported that I ie had
; Bartow was I drawing near race secretary -
let that I deeply
me am more
..' .,>- recently named president of the ;there exists at The Great Masterpiece say Reg. Smith says that if liscussed the proposal with Gib-
to Governor than
grateful Bryant
". '" .. -" Florida State Chamber of Com- : in Lake Wales an exact reproduction time were available, the Automo- t>ns on the day the new Co &"ftH-
:- '.f. : 1 can properly express, not just
left for
and that
of da Vinci's work as uan Washington
: merce. : bile Racing Club of Florida Or-
.: :he originally painted it. Executedin for this appointment, but for the he Tampa lawmaker declared the
ganizers of this famous endurancerace
confidence and he has
: mosaic tile, it is the work of the support could easily run two ad- ove "a good idea.
I I'I given during the past two years.
of Ber-
August Wagner Company
This appointment marks the ditional 12 hour races.

lin. More than 300,000 pieces of achievement of a life-long ambition From all over the world, manu- Bryant Commends
Byzantine smalti, in 10,000 grad-
facturers and private owners of
: for me. It also marks the end
uations of color comprise this road racing missies are looking to
of an association with the Bever- Fishing Derby
masterpiece.. The color has .been
Sebring Florida for the
age Department of which I am, opportunity TAMPA-Governor Farris Bryant
fused into the tile with intense
and always will be, proud. I step of adding additional laurelsto has endorsed the approaching
heat, making the masterpiece impervioUs -
their shelves.
down with confidence that I leavea trophy Schlitz $500,000 Florida Fishing
to time and the elements.
taut ship for Richard Keatingand Ferrari of Modena, Italy, manufacturer Derby terming it "more than a
Thus for all time in the
and designer of the worlds
one manned by men and women pleasurable bonus for Florida
garden of the Great Masterpiece,
fastest road will be
of outstanding loyalty de. racing cars 'ishermen."
:tr in Laip Wales, is the greatest of oh hand with 3 '
; I v all of da Vinci's works.
I, many storms and I feel that prototype cars displacement at this ernor said, "a boon to good con
Not many of us can make the we and Florida are the better for time not announced, under the rac- servation and
practices an excellent
; journey to Milano, Italy to see daVinci's
'. y. \1-i them.. I look forward to my new ing colors of the S.E.F.A.C. team; example of fine teamwork
masterpiece, and not manyof while the A.S.A. also
t' service and pledge to the citizens entry from between the state and private! enterprise
\ us could attend the unveiling of
Modena will be the
: of the circuit to do my best and Italy running ."
-, the Mona Lisa in Washington recently -
to be fair and effective in every all new lOOOcc Ferrari (61.02 cu. The that
; : governor i pointed out
; but any of us in Floridacan in. for the Alitalia airline
i'1' action ) trophyas incentives for
by offering special
make the short trip to Lake
.... : 'Mr.' Keating said: "I am de- well as many cash awards. fishermen, "The Derby provides
Wales,to see not only the immortal
.. Carroll
'i- lighted and complimented that Shelby, top ranking valuable scientific information for

Last Supper but also an exact GL\'e\nor, Bryant would ask me driving star of a few short years the biologists of the Game and
of the Mona Lisa, which occupies
copy will be hand with the
to take on this responsibility. Tom ago on Ford Fresh
,. : Water Fish Commission and
a place of honor In the Da
Your powered A. C. Cobra
.. Lee leaves the Department in good a challengerto the Department of Conservation
Vinci Galleries of this Florida at
condition and I look forward to the 1963 Model Corvettes. Al-
and serves as an example of goof
; : traction. carrying on the good work that though no drivers have been officially ,
: ; orporate citizenship.
:. Checking Despite the recent freeze that
he and'his dedicated men have signed on as yet, it is Governor
Bryant's concluded -
devastated much of Florida, the
1 understood that
been doing. a top notch driving
: : "It is with pleasure that
of The Great
gardens Masterpiece,
Account There is no doubt that this job ace from the west coast will
I[ commend the Jos. Sihlitz Brewing
protected by smudge pots duringthe cares with it tremendous bur- be asked to drive the A. C. Cobra.
Company and its president
cold weather are still luxurious -
: at and green. flowering dens but I am ready to under Hubert A. Uihlein, Jr., for continued -

take the responsibility to the best sponsorship of the event,
plants and shrubs abound in the Top DriversAt
of my ability." and.wbh for all fishermen good
and fans find
: grounds, camera can
:_ : : '1. LEWIS : color 'and background for superb Fair Races luck in the Derby."
r The recreation and research
,- pictures.: Oyster Industry- Tampa More than 40 of theation's -
will in
event get underway southwest
top auto racing drivers
Records Boom and southeast Florida Zones
STATE and cars will compete for $14,000n (

: 1 Tallahassee, FLA. Florida's prize money during the forty- 1 and 2) on February 1. It will

:uture Farmers boming oyster industry continuedits iccond anniversary of International run in each of. theee zones, and

: record-making pace during October Motor Contest Association auto- later in central and north Florida

F BANK Day Fair 1962 Conservation Director obile racing at the Florida State zones, for four months.

'. Many Future Farmers throughut Randolph Hodges said today. Fair. Some 10,000 fish both fresh and

the State will have their Dairy Hodges said the Florida Land Race dates this year will be salt water, will be tagged for the
I 'isyour
,f,- attle in the barn to start showng ings Report for October just re- Wednesday, Feb. 6; Saturday Feb. 1913 derby in waters throughoutthe

at 9:00 a.m. :Tuesday morning, leased, showed that 536,565 poundsof 9; Sunday Feb. 10; Wednesday state by state fish officers.

S "' "- personal February 5. This year, a great increase oysters worth $176,773 were Feb. 13; and Saturday Feb. 16. The 1968 Schlitz tags will carry

;:. has been made in quantity harvested during the month. The Sunday, Feb. 17, has been reserveds values of 125. $50, $100, $1.000

nd quality of the members' cat Landings Report is prepared by a possible rain date. Time trials and $10,000. Values of the tag

, ;: messenger tle. Many of them will be showing the Federal Bureau of Commercial tart at 1:30 p.m., and the first numbers are determined by a

: again in the open show during Fisheries in cooperation with the f six races at 2:30 p.m. drawing of number. SchHtz-tagged

he week. State Conservation Department Automobile racing has been an fish caught before the official

-- Friday February &th, the State and the University of Miami Ma- outstanding attraction at the big opening of a zone will be worth

FFA Officers will attend a luncheon rine Laboratory.The when it strated as a one-day event the values assigned in the drawing

r. i :. as guests of Mr. E. W. October oyster harvest compared oday it is the first of the rear's of nti.nbers. "Old" fish from the"hlltz
.. : of' ohnSon, President, and Mr. Bob with a 482,875 pound yield nationwide racing events attract- derbies of 1961 and 1962
\ : ,- The checks write in comfort
; at
you Morris will be worth at least $U, and a
Agricultural Representative worth $164,178 in the same monthof ing the fastest drivers in the

,- 'i3' home or in your office are delivered of the First National Bank of 1961. ountry. substantial number of these old

> -. I -r.0 Tampa; at 8:30 a.m. the State Oyster production in Florida for fish will be assigned Special Conservation .

-; : ;: .>>:": < safely by mail, with the least / Officers will hold their annual the first 10 months of 1962 totaled awards of $500 and

i .- :-,;,' effort imaginable. meeting at the First National 3,740,575 pounds compared to $1,000.

Bank, and attend the annual Fat 2,183,938 pounds for the similar .
r" J -t._ _. You have a record oft the bills you've. Cattle Sale that afternoon. That period of 1961, when the harvest -
" 0 will be of Mr. reached all-time
! evening they guests an high.
-, ', '" :. .1. ..... paid b check of the exact .
"' i < Y amount J. E. Gorman General Manager of Shrimp landings in October continued

a l:.': ;",. p;py .. ': you sent. the Florida Retail Federation for to lag well behind 1961 LQBIDA FOREST SERVICE

.' : ,: dinner at the Las Novedades figures, Hodges said. The October RAINFALL REPORT

> { :. Restaurant.: shrimp landings at Florida ports
': For comfort, safety, and convenience
FFA Poultry Judging will be totaled 3,036,270 worth $1,458,572. The Florida Forest Service Aaoon&eed

: :" open your checking account here, held between 6:00 and 9:00 p.m. Thie compared with October 1961 the following rainfall recorded at

:' -. ',, Friday for the Future Farmers shrimp landings of 4,588,089
) __ ,: .." and pay all your bills with"checks 5- 5 in the Poultry Building at the pounds worth 1600060. {Kit-nil County towers for the x.skof

r.; .. '- ". :- from now onl I IFLORIDA'S '- Florida State Fair. Hodges said shrimp landings for _January 15.1963 LhrwaltCradoi

r ., FFA Saturday. Febraury 9th, the *first 10 months of 1962 January 21.1963 .

t. will see approximately 5,000 Fu- totaled 28,137,102 pounds, nearly

.xis ''., ture Farmers in attendance at the 5 million pounds under the shrimp
, ; +daill. Tower .70
: "_ State Fair for a special programin landings for the same period of ,_

L the Grandstand, Judging of 1961. Sevport Tower ? __
[ St Dairy and Livestock (Beef Cattle The October Lisa (Black Mullet) Average .95 5 5 -

; I and Swine), for which the top landings were slightly higher than

; -110- award will be trips to Waterloo, for October 1961 4,338,566 FIBS E2P02T

1 L Iowa, and Kansas City Missouri. pounds worth $221473 comparedto Fires to dat. this 4__

-Iti During the program in the Grand- 4,101.513, pounds worth $2O .- ,
Fires to date last 2
stand, the Florida Ford Tractor 076. However the Lisa. landingsof Tear
; OLDEST BANK lores to date this q.?
Company will present a new Ford 23,973,228 pounds during the mat

r; .., MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.f tractor to the outstanding chapter first 10 months of 1962 comparedwith Aftrss to date last 7 ar2j.

.S. -'r ;'. : in each of the six FFA Districts. 24463.945 pounds for .the 8.J.L.

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