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: February 21, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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h'| Social Of Smoking Aspects 'i'': : Board Acts On .

This is the fourth of a. series :of!
answers toemoet-oftenrasked' questions ...;. ,,. -- 'i .

about the health relationship ... Bloxham CutOff

of amoking and development of ,
cancer. The eerlea-baa been issued : l-
of the .:: 1i r '::':; :
by the Florida "
and U c .
American Cancer 'Society : ,

I h reprinted in this newspaper aa a '. :. ,.,::,>' ft.-... '. Road In County

feature' of general public Interest.Reader .. Jf. ,o ?. '. ; :
desiring .further Inform* ;
tion about cancer control subjectsare ."' ..,.....'.. I .. \. .. f/. ;. ': I The Board of County Commissioners met Monday nightin

requested to send their:writ,, "' .' .. .. ;I their regular meeting with all members present.
ten inquiries direct to the, state : Several mutters of business was handeled by the Board.A .

Division of the American Cancer resolution was passed authorizing the State Road De
Society,'416 Tampa Street. Tampa -
.\,. 2, Florida. W. M. Pkkett partment to proceed with the acquiring of right-of-way for

y A the Bloxham cut-off road.A .

1. Q. la there any connection between plat of the Lake Ellen Estates

smoking habits of parents 4 was presented to the Board and
} and children! was accepted Willie Whaley and
A. Among high school age boys I Steve Revell represented the Lake
,e and girls the number who smoke '' Ellen Estates Development Corp.

K t m cigarette, is twice a. high U their ,I" l:. )'( ,} | A resolution from the Panacea
smoker as
" parents are cigarette 1' Chamber of Commerce was read
it is if their parenta do not smoke: :i I Ito the Board asking that they try

If only one parent smokea '..e. proportion .. : t ,2r to obtain from the Department of

of children smokii*:is in- w i Interior a strip of land approximately
s ..JW., > ;,. :.;if:
Children of parent .
termediate. J' 30. feet wid .and some 3,000
who have stopped smoking'more *re i feet long to widen the Air Strip
likely to: smoke than the it that has been donated by Fenton

I children of parents who have never 7 Jones this strip now measures

smoked. c'r about 250 feet by 3,0000 feet.
'. ,,:,j' *tf A motion made and
\ r 'fZ JT SVrAr was passedto
2.,Q. Why ,!I., IU,considered bad .- ..... r J&l/z- ji'jf'3cA advertise for bids for the Wa
for young people to' smoke? : ;:: i' iSfSfi i SH Sfe S kulla County Stock Pavillion. MAURICE W.
1 ic-i ie > STEVENS
( A. Aside from the undesirable The Board passed a resolutionto

Immediate effects rapid pulse A. H. Hines Jr. accept the proposal. of the Flor Noted SpeakerTo
--- irritated lung linings, shortness of Manager of DlvisloaOperations ida Forest Service for increased

breath-the primary reason I. that k-tured above is the City of Sopchoppy as. it I looked in 1909. On the right of the road just beyond th use of the Farm Forestry Program Hold Revival
sin'oken.are.eitabUshlnc' an Promotion Made while building: u what IN i know Raymond Ke' t-l'n BarJn-r Shop.. First building on left of road has bee 1 at a cost of 1,464 dollars ,
young be Injurious identified as Tom Syfrett's Black Smith Shop. Can anyone identify the two people in the picture if sj per year
wnich can Rev. M. W .Stevens
addictive Florida: PowerJ can ,the News Office.Ford the increased service is about three
of I 1
all their lives. Moat fifth more than is being: had un: Rev. Richard Spraque announced
them will .find it"exceedingly difficult S. '''Gracy, senior vice presi- Cobra Officers NamedTo Tours Set der the present plan which costs today a series of Revival Servicesfor

to break this habit even if dent, annuonced today that Andrew s the county 777 dollars. i Crawfordville and Sopchoppy.:

they'want to 'do so. H. Hines, Jr. Will be promoted At Sebring RADC Group In GeorgiaThe The .Board will hold a special Rev Sprague said that the

to"the position of.-maaager.. Sbring, Florida Ford's new The Wakulla County Rural Area St. Simons Sea Island meeting on March 11 for bid opening meetings wouM-sJ conducted by
3. Q. Is it against ihe law for .of ,division operations effective' Corba is gearing to take a win Development Council had theirorganizational : Tenth Annual Tour of Homes and at 9 am.Florida. Rev. Maurice:W-vSSteyen. ? one of

'- tlenl., 'February.6, 1963, and will have here at Sebring March 23, in the meeting and elected I Gardens sponsored by the Episcopal the most ouUtandfog ejftyalisU A. Most states and 'local com- charge of division field operationsfor internationally famous 12 HOUR officers' last week in the CourtHouse Women, of Christ Church, the East. f ;
.munitles have laws forbidding,ther : Florida Power Corporation. ENDURANCE RACE. at Crawfordville. Frederica will be held on Saturday Exhibit to ben Rev. Stevens answylgFthe v-igjf call
M:;.ale-of-aigaretteiMto those..under Hines has been.executive ,assis- _.'Already-living, its. Those officers elected to serve March. 23 from 10:00: A.M. to
ypia the
name to Field of Evangelism in 1953
21 or, In some Instances,under 1 8. tant to W, .M. Pickett, vice president the sleek new 300 HP + engine I for the 1963-1964 year-included fi 5:00 P.M. New York Fair after a successful pastorate in the
communltiea, actually have since August, 1961. Pickett has' Mn Bernard Wilson Among: ) the many beautiful home Tallahassee FNS '
r A few already set its fangs into other President; ( ) Florida'splans Kentucky Conference of the Methodist -
.l against'smottn under these will retire effective July 31, this American road racing cars,. send- Mrs. Inez Walker, Vice-President;I'and gardens to-be opened on Sea for a top-flight exhibit in Church. .

.lies, but such laws'are rarely en- year, and will continue in full frig them down to I bitter: defeat. Mr. Lee Work, Secretary-Treas Island is a Bermuda-type house set the 1064-65 New York World's He served In the Far East with

forced. charge of division operations until West Coast top aces in road racing ury and L. D. Taylor, ,Public Re into a French-Italian walled gar Fair were put in motion when the Army Medical Corps during
f i that time."Andy" Ken Miles and Dave McDonald ations. den overlooking ,the ocean. The Chainnan Sam Banks of the Flor-
World War II.
.4., Q. Why' do people start &mok. Hines, 40, as a native of have 'already set new records in During the organizational meet-/originality of the archltecfand de- ida Citrus "Commission paid the He has traveled, in Europe and
inct Florida, was graduated from the Carroll Shelby built road rac- ing the members were addressedy [.corator owners, Mr. and Mn "Fntn- first $250,000 installment, ofa
the Bible Lands and comes with a
A For any ,of several.reasons: Alachua High School in 1940. and ing cars. Mr. James McCall, Area Development -1 cis Abreau, make this a Highlight $1 million Commission pledge toward of Prophetic

Because it,I. the accepted thing to entered the University of Florida With all of the Ford Motor Company Specialist with the lof the tour. Nearby are the I' financing the project. first Events hand in Palestine.Rev. knowledge.

do in their family; because their the same' year. He was a cooper options as to gears and Agricultural Extension Service. Cloister Hotel's_ i /ormal gardensand The check was sent to Florida stated that the
friends and associates smoke; to ative student with the Florida power plants, the Sebring 12 Hour Mr. McCall told the group that exclusive IJfeach Club whichwill i Development Commission Chair- Sprague
would in
ten meeting begin
express Independence or maSrfty Public Service Company, Orlando ,. Endurance Race may finally havea Rural Area Development was a be open for the day. :man-Director Wendell Jarrad who day
; or a. a form ,of protest fivra 1941 untiU.1942.when war contender against European program of helping the people of One of the major attractions of 'turned it over to Florida World's Crawfordville on March 12 at the
against parental or hool au. interrupted his college traintag.. position the. past few years. an area help themselves in advancing St. Simons Island is "Marsh Gardens Fair .Authority Chairman Comer 11 a.m. service and run throughMarch

o He joined ,the Air Force ai a The Cobras, under Chief Shelby the Civic, Economic, Agri- ," the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kimball of Miami.Construction 21. Church will
private and was released froni active are due in Sebring'during the next" ultural, Cultural and General thority.CancerMeeting. from March 12
have services
duty asa second lieutenant in week for final tests over the actual Welfare of their County. this charming house bordered l II immediately on a spectacular
1945.. He is, now: a captain the 52. mile grueling road racing circuit This group will meet again Fri- 'iby its small walled garden, i its: tower display promoting Florida through March 17 at 7:30 p.m.

Set Tallahassee" Air Force R serve. day Night February 22 to approvethe ;bird haven duckpond and nine- citrus. The Authority expects to each evening.

Hines reentered the University' Growing l international fame of Bylaws. and elect three addi-: hole golf course overlooking the complete the tower portion of the Sopchoppy will have services
s Key volunteers from ,a fifteen- ot> .Florida in 1945, was graduated the Sebnng 12 Hour has each *'ional members to serve with the{ vast ""Marshes of v_GlymuT: The exhibit by August so it can be on March 17 through Thursday March

:.. county North-Centra! Florida in '1947,_holds .a bachelor of mehanical year increased the advance sale I lected officers on an Executive I..,formal gardens Fitfongude.'i riverat view for a full year in addition to I 21 also at 7:30 p.m.
... area who will be active participants the The public is cordially invite to
.. engineering degree and of the spectacular seating spotson Committee. Musgrove Plantation are a two-year run of the Fair.
in the 1963 April-Edu-catl n a State of Florida professional the action.packed corners, with model in landscape'design for students Plans for the tower have been hear this renown minister.

al and Fund-Raising Crusade of engineers' .certificate.Ife .. this years' sales way out in front, on field trips from the 'Uni- approved by the Citrus Commission -
.._ the Florida Division Cancer Society, will meet'in in August, 1951, as assistant -' to the .Automobile Racing 'iot.'=,. be a triangular modern structure Half Million to Hear
Tallahassee, 12:00 noon luncheon production Club St. Marks .. .. about 100 feet high. Near the
engineer. Since of Florida, P. O. Box 71, Miss Smile 2 top Basic
Thursday, February 28, at the that time each of the three sides MessageTallahassee
he has worked in the Sebring, Florida. Congressman Don Fuqua said today :. on* will bea
... Floridan Hotel. Society volunteers ield of industrial and'area development that lighted markers are to be To Be NamedFt. giant illuminated, transparentcolor (FNS) Some 39
and friends are invited to attend picture of a citrus each Florida State Employment Service
serving director scene
as of placed on Buoy 26 off Lighthouse
.. as representatives from Leon that department prior to his pro- Events. Calendar Point and at the stake behind Lauderdale Joe DiMaggio the height of a two-story building. offices from Pensacola to Key
Jackson, Calhoun, Gulf, Gadsden, and Yogi Berra, New York Yankee West will the of
motion to executive assistant in Ochlocknee Shoal, which had been The tower will be white and silver, carry message
_, Liberty, Franklin, Wakulla, Jefferson August, 1961, To Be Released requested by the City Commissioners baseball greats,. served as judges: topped by a huge orange. "Operation' Alphabet" to half a
Madison, Taylor, Lafayette n naming five finalists in the million Florida citizens during the
Hines is married has three sons Tallahassee Florida '' of St. Marks. Counting ,then some 70 million
Swannee Hamilton and and one daughter, and reside at ment Commission Develop'I''I' Fuqua said that the U. S. Coast Florida Council of 100's "Miss people expected ttcuvisit the Fair next year.

_. Columbia counties. 2040 Alcazar Way South ,St.. tor Wendell Jarrard today urged Guard had informed him that a Smile" contest, part of a statewide It's estimatedLcf .the basis of high A project of the State Depart-

,k.. The purpose of the conference Petersburg.: Florida communities to furnish his study has been completed and courtesy-to-tourbts campaign. way traffic counts on two of the ment of Education, Operation Alphabet
according to volunteer James (Jim- Pickett has been with Florida office with cultural events *-hich South Shoal Bell Buoy 26 wilt be DiMaggio, now a batting instructor busiest eight-lane highways in the is a course in basic readingand

my) Kynes, Tallahassee, state't Power Corporation since 1925. He should be included. in promotionf changed to a lighted whistle buoy. with the Yankees, and Berra world that about 700 million people writing to be given on the
chairman of the 1963 Crusade, is served as office manager and cia the Florida Arts Festival April The City Commission of St. in his first year as a player-coach, will see the tower during the three- state's educational television net-

I to show Society members reasons rict manager at St. Petersburg 20-June 15.Florida's ... Marks had requested the project in lid the judging yesterday at the year period. work and through some commer
why the fight against cancer must before becoming division managerin cultural events will the latter part of last year. stadium here where the New YOlk The $250.000 check from the Cit- cial television stations.

be carried on more vigorously than 1945. He has been a vice preaiIdent be the theme of the spring tourist club has opened spring training. rus Commission set the stage for State Industrial Commission
ever before and how a minimum since 1959. romotion campagin, first in the SeJerled .as finalists were, in an intensive campaign to raise the Chairman A. Worley Brown said,
i goal of $1.100,000 must be raised State's history Church Plans alphabetical order, Tannis Carroll remainder of the money needed for "We are eager to do our part in

t to expand the Society's yearroundprograms IN APPRECIATIONWe "The Arts Festival will cover abroad 20, Lake Park; Penney Carter, 17, the Florida exhibit. Operation Alphabet for three rea

of public and professional would like to take this opportunity -! range of activities and sponsors Kitchen ShowerThe Daytona Beach; Charlotte Cooker, sons. Every citizen should be interested

; education, research projects to express our gratitude of some events may not realize Methodist Woman's Guild 17, Graceville; Sally Hall, 18, in raising the educationallevel

and. patient service. to each and everyone who sowillingly they are eligible Jarrad said. will sponsor a kitchen shower fortthe jainesville and Duchess William. of the state. The Industrial
tt Kynes also pointed out that moreSociety [ came to our rescue in Events to be included will be Church Kitchen Friday Night son, 19, Venice. Apointmont MadeTo Commission is directly concerned
: volunteers will be needed God These five will compete for the because better educated people are
time of our misfortune. Only historiCal dramas and pageants, 8, at'7 in the new Council of 100
,J: during the coming year to arouse konws how much this means to theatre ballet, musical comedies, tthe p.m. "Mis Smile" title in a final judging employed more steadily and that
; greater public interest and awar- us. May God restore to each of: symphony, symphony "pops Sunday at Cypress Gardens. West Palm Beach' Randall means fewer people on unemployment
purpose of the shower is to Chase prudent Chase &
Fred O. Dickinson West Company
ness of 'cancer.This vicious disease you His fourfold blessings. If choral and jazz concerts, tent Palm compensation. Finally, a
he. said is furnish the kitchen with Beach, council chairman, will Sanford, has been appointedto level of education
r ,. still annually any of you should ever need us musicals, film festivals, Indian tinsels present igher means
t taking the lives.of more than 8200 for anything, please let 'us.know dances and ceremonies, photography silverware, dishes donation.pots or pans, various prizes to the winner GoY.the Farris Florida Council of 100 by better qualified employees.."
or a Bryant.
Floridians. For this reason he .- Rev.and Mrs. Floyd Gray craft exhibits,. sculpture and
A covered dish be Fred O.
supper Dickinson chairman of
concluded everyone show know and Family. loral arts architectural and hobby Commends Air Line
served and a social hour will follow the council, today announced the
J 'cancers .seven danger alpa1..in shows Junior ,
tours of homes and modern Play
the meal. appointment of Chase
by GoY.
order recognize that hi Cuban Role
symptoms: 'CARD OF THANKS public buildings, book exhibits, -

l_ will treatment lead'Jto: earlier detection and We wish to 'use this method lopnd. author lectures.Theee.eventa ,Miami, (FNS) Attorney General Bryant.At the same time Dickinson said At Sopchoppy

: and thuss save many try and express our ,heartfelt appreciation will be listed in a inThe Service Robert F. Kennedy has commended that Chase will The Sopchoppy Junior class presents -
,..-.-- lives, that might otherwise be lost.:I to our friends 'lad(special calendar which will receive Delta Air Lines for its chairman serve for aa one industry -; "Cupid in Pigtails" Friday

neighbors?for their m&1IT'acta' ,ofkinfaptt latioRwide distribution through Glynco Ga.. (FHTNC-Boberl control tech- role in the recent Cuban exchange County. He will be charged;Seminole with night, Feb. 22. 1963, at 8:00 te the
jthe'Cenmissioa Jarrard said. eaaley.. aviation fire school auditorium.For .
.and -path7-curiDC our ,. program.
class USN. son of responsibility of assisting in procuring
Chamber Meeting time,of races* bereavement. Yourwarm nician second Thomas, W. Beaaley Delta flew 108,330 pounds, of new industry for the county a full evening cf entertainment
Regular meeting of the Wakulla sincere acts wlH always bea Kebo. named 1962 hone of the Mr. and is stationed at pharmaceutical supplies without come to see our local talentin
'r County Chamber of Commerce will reminder to us to look,,for opportunities Tear for the third straight year, of .Sopeboppy. FU Station, Glyneo. Ga. charge to the South Florida staging The council, appointed by the a fun-filled comedy.Refreshments .

'- be held at St. Marks Cafe &: motel to show'oar= love to is bedded down on sugaipulp in the Naval Air Sopchoppy High area. Pan .American Airways governor, consists of leading..Industrialists will be served in

{' 'at730 P.M.' Tuesday, February: those.who are ia.sorrow. May God his stall at, HIAleah.. The_ pulp, A nduate.of the service handled the.largest amount of cargo financiers; business the lunchroom during intermis.
richly blaze, shipped from School, Beasky entered: and Delta carried the slon.
,, 261968. ',' youThs Clewiston, stays dry" second men and educators in .the state.
;:. ". ..' ':' ;. ,:1.._.- Homer B. Ltebauga Fame and provide a springy, soft mat- in'June 1958. Largest load.
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i ,2 WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS, Dees Barber Shop CLASSIFIEDFOR (Minutes of County Wildlife lands for use .as an air- -.' '.. ry..i .. .

: Thursday, February. M, 1163r SALE-Watirfronlot port. \ '.

2238 Sooth Monroe on Commissioners. ti-: >=" On the Motion of Commissioner > ;
Ocklocknee River at Lanes-r ?:
WAKULLA the above r ?
request was ,
Men's and Boys HmirruUBABYSITTING ton's Landing 60 x 190, JSOO. FERUARY 18/1963 .. NOTICE ., .'
'.' :\-.., .. :" -Cecil I.-tHarta eid' W."Pensacola The County Commis- agreed to by the Board. : : "fS-. ,
ja07 '
: COUNTY NEWS : '' [ On the Motion of Commissioner ... ,: : ,. { 'f"1BEA'S" ./
'. COOK.Owur"L'.7t '
DB Phone.i -
: _: :iPalJahassee, loners of WaJmlla County methis -,"
: -.,. .: .' ,..,;:; k';22 J Smith the Board agreed to re- ',' _BEAUTY SHOP "" 'ji..t
; x1243. { date in Crawfbrdville with the {
Telephone WAlnut 6-3301 .. =, advertise for bids on the Wakulla w;. "' .. i-'. /{':" "
: 'r. Feb. 21728, March ,T* { following: 0 ... _
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; County Livestock Pavilion. Bids I.*
J. D.* Turner Chairman Wfl- : .
0 1.- ,' _' i ; to be opened at. special called '
bard Carter Vice chairman, Ralph Has Moved
l'3 Will care for meeting on the 11th day of March ..
; IN THE {Strickland. Sam Smith and F, T.
home for COURT OF THE '
t small children in ) A.M.SECONDARY .-
my 1963 at 9:00
VtrclDia i Krightley: i r Editor SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Roberts Commissioners Carmel ..
working mothers, daytime, FOR WAKULLA COUNTY IILORIDA. : ROAD LIST -'
IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. Pelt Road Superintendent and .
Mrs. To I =
00- evenings by appointment. FOR 1963 van .
MILDRED GARCIA Moody Pearee, Clerk Circuit .' .
Jack Solomon PLAINTIFF" On the Motion of Commissioner '"
Court. County Attorney absent,: .
& Entered at Crawfordviile, Florida]i: Florida. VS. Roberts the Board submitted to the .
Minutes of the last meeting were

.- DEFENDANT. . . .: .. read State Road Department the same '. .. ;: ; ,
as second class matter. Subscrip-| I and approved. Secondary Road list as last year :"*. .. ;;\
Mr. Gary of the Florida' Forest x'fgi
tion rate: $3.00 per year. I. DIVORCE Service appeared before the Board I with the additions as follows, Re- I Have Moved My Beauty Shop To My Home :r*.
r' NOTICE TO APPEAR Surface Dill Clarke Drive, Smith .
CLASSIFIED and 'requested same to budget! .
THE STATE Or FLORIDA Creek Road, and Spring Creek '- -' -
WANTED AT.ONCE-Rawleigh Mr. Simon L Garcia TO: enough funds in the coming year .- *- In Ivan. .' '- /t. .

.,- Dealer iir Wakulla Ox 'Write Address Unknown to finance 40 cent Road.RIGHTOFWAY .iJ
If You Need;.. .. a per programfor FOR *.-%. '- ," '--.i-?

: .:- Rawletgh F B220-3- Memphis. for You divorce are hereby has Been notified brought that against a suit Farm Forstry for Wakulla BLOXHAM CUT OFFRESOLUTION Open Tuesday and Friday Nights by Appointmentj'

Office Supplies Temu i County the Circuit Court of WakviHa CounV. ..

_._ .. Business Machines Feb.. 14, 28, Mar. 7CLASSIFIE.D Garcia Florida., In Chancery, by Mil FARM FORESTRY / .
!! dred and you are Leieby required On the Motion of CommissionerSmith .
-T Furniture to file with the of ASSESSMENTOn
Office \ Clerk the "
V the Board adopted the .
Circuit Court written resolution % _
anted aka of the Motion of Commissioner! .
;' See Call In said suit to serve -
. or i tube. to-the State Department .
same on plaintiffs attorney o '
Smith the Board agreed to budge]
fore the Itth day of March. A.D. 1903. agreeing to obtain r/w and PHONE: WA 6-3094 ; -
RANEY WHALEY Herein fall not or the BUI In this cause sufficient funds (approximately 7"1a
will be taken pro confesso. Easements for portions of State ;
$1,446.00) to the next budge] N '
carry **

; ti Hat: .' FOR.SALE-Lot-123, Block '9, Witness the Honorable W. May Walk' year a 40 per cent Farm. Forestry Road No. 267, Section 59100, BEA'S BEAUTY SHOP ''
w J. er. Judge of the said Court. and the from Section 3, Township 3 South, : .
CAPITAL OFFICE Panacea Park Panacea, Fla. seal thereof at Tallahassee. Leon ) Program. .* : t
I ? cot. Florida this 11th day of Feb" j Range 1 West to State Road No. '

n .. EQUIPMENT CO:, ..' : Contact Mrs. Minnie Lee )le- A. D.. 190. Mr. King of Hilliarville, appeared 365 at Wakulla. .. .. v 'Ji"\"A

319 South,Adams St. Call, Cario, Georgia. Moody Pearce before the Board and requested Commissioner Carter votin ] I Ivan "J2 :::. .
t Clerk Circuit Court the Board to allow him to ,", ,1r...
I ** Corner E. Pensacola Wakulla County against the adoption of the resotu-f
chose part of the Old Hilliardvill
By: Jerry Pearce Road in front of his home. Th tion.The'
Clerk .
Classified _.__ f*?.. .- ..- Deputy Board agreed to negotiate the Board approved the vouch-j. i, -
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: before them and directed
FOR SALE-Bo t. 25-foot Cabin, Attorney George XHarper at Law rOawtordvHH matter further. era jthatj
New Motor Real *. Florida : warrants be issued in payment]
Feb." 14-2147-Mar 1. .- .
FOR SALE Nice New House, Cheap. Contact Judge Harper; 1 therefor. MODERN OFFICES \\I;

Basement Deep .Well, Kitchen : Crawfordrflle, Tel. Office On the Motion of CommissionerCarter There being no, further busi! ; :
j jI i Doming to the attention of th
Resident WA 6- ness
Furnished, $4950. Real : WA-6-3351. the Plat of Lake Ellen
I R. Walthajl, 3211. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Board the same was adjourned or !! 1\,
Easy Terms. NVh7CR" IS HER"Y GIVEN x Estates Unit No. 1 was accepted \ TO SERVJ
'th. the motion of Commission
PO Box 187 Sopchoppy. Fla. Bnent of Counrv Commissioners the the
f ..f W.k.n* Owtnfv will reetve seated by Board accepted by Strickland. -
P.14a at the office nf tKe Clerk of the Clerk and recorded in Plat Book;
rjrcwrt Cmirt. i" the Court House in Attest: Moody Pearce Clerk
i rnasn ttvHe. FlwHda no and en- No. 1 at page 44 of the Public
j f IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE l! tat 9:00 o'clock A.M.. MardI 11. 1983. Wakulla Approved: J. D. Turner. '
: SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE and at that time oublieiv opened and Records of County. Chairman
STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR read, aloud for furnishing all labor Mr. Clayton Oaks of Panacea I t
and materials for
WAKULLA COUNTY. IN CHANCERY the Wakulla .County sAil
B INCORPORATED, Ltvmtock Pavilion. appeared before the Board with a
m J AD work ahan be done in accordance / ( AVE.'
corpora, J wI h the drawings and specifications. resolution from the Panacea
l'f I No. Work shall be .in accordance with con
V* l 1112 tract instructions M bidders and eon- Chamber Commerce and requested .
f JOHN WILLIAM BROCK and J tract documents pertaining1 thereto, '.: : :; -4
SARA CLYDEAN SHOCK J whack drawing and specifications instructions the Board) to request the AU of the nation's markets will l .. ..". '
his. wife. l contract documents and <" ,>' w H
United States of the :::. I"
Defendants. ) form of contract, may be secured or Department be supplied with fresh citrus fruit 2 ::. WI
,f NOTICE OF SUIT examined at the office of the County Interior Fish and Wildlife Service, the freeze damage ao.Yroaq 0'451 sass
this despite
;-" To: JOHN WILLIAM BROCK and Agent In the Court House tn Ctawfordville. season
SARA CLYDEAN BROCK has Florida/- to grant permit to the Board of Florida Donald M. Lins of ': i r.ar.wa.rlrA It
in .
t i r .. I wife whose residence. ds unknown General Contractors may secure .. .....-.... .. L
: drawings and specifications from the County Commissioners to improve the Florida Citrus Exchange announced is i
You are hereby required to file your office of the County Agent in Crawfordvtlle. and maintain certain portions of tts .
written defenses if any. in the above for a deposit of $10.00 per recently.TV .-.2 k < : I
set with a limit of two seta per con 'li
proceedings tn this Court and serve tractor m
copy of the same upon the attorneys a57*
Each bid must be submitted In y
for the plaintiff on or before the 4th n wan .4)
... strict accordance with the proposal I lull
day of March. 1M:&. the nature of form fully completed. which proposal !,
which proceedings being M suit to form Min be shown in the specifica 1t j
1' tic foreclose M mortgage from: John Wulaau tions. MADCSOH ST.
Brock and Sara Clyden Brock. Each bid must be accompanied by a : I
bia wife to Bevls Construction Cbm- [certified check or a bid. bond/ made
BOSTON, LOS ANGELES' panyn" Inc.. a corporation, said mortgage payable to the Board of County Commissioners .
being dated December 3. 1958.IKI of Wakulla' County in the on .:
LONDON recorded In Mortgage Book &. ou amount of 19 per cent of the amount % ;
page IIX of toe public- records of W II- 4 :i -..r ear orna ao4as '
kuua county Florida and encumbering Bidders qualifications must be satis- I .. __ .. .:
the situate, factory to the board and the board .u--- .
following property lyiiig ..... ... i
and beingIn Wakulla Count). ,'lor1OoWtt (reserves the right to waive all '- Ia x. "
THE ide. : Iformalities tn any bid and to- reject I rnaM/kilns'r.. ,..
Lot No. 11. Block 22. of the any or all bidsof to accept any bid FARM ie i
east unit of Pauavw Mineral and any combination of alternatesthat ..
CHRISTIAN.MONITOR ( in the boards Judgment will be 3 f
Property. Inc.. .
Springs as perplat ttur. the best interest. of the. board. :

Book of No.tame: 1 Records Page record five tn(5>Plat of :I WakuUa Board of County.County Florida Commissioners SEMINARSSeminar SAVINGS caD be added and loan payments made I Iat

the Public of WakulU J. D. Turner, chairman :
County. Florida. : Feb. 21. either both offices. /
UONS and oaDERED D at Craw- I or
tordvttte. Florid this 6th day I .
February. U&MOODY. PEARCZQerk 011. :**)\( SAVE 'TI L 5 P.M. at Parkway Brwth I!
of the Circuit Court | : :
By Jerry Pearce : and Save This Listif1g : _, .l! ..... ... .
Deputy Clerk I FROM! LITTLE Teat 8:30 OB Fridays. ,

Attorneys COFER'for Plaintiff. 1 I r- TIME DAY AND DAft SAVE BY MAIL
STATION CMHUa postage paid both w ys.
HIS First National Bank Bldg. SPARKS CITY. -- --
InterestingAccurate I l'OOI:30PM,1
Tampa 2. Florida: -- 6
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UFEETi FIRES. GROW! w''F. rYtiesfee'srmmmtittout ; or muuann ;.:. -

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I The Christian Scicnc Monitor I I HURT' t CUSHJOHm, /" fire leaps into a tract of .' '
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J'' On Norway St. Boston 15. Mass. fi. ...sYOBCidllrhUINS1fUIIOCelaeiT: .. ;..:... woods. First it smolders -- -

: then it bursts into flames, -
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checked Enclosed find my check 'or n ::. consuming everything in
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money order. Q I year $22. .. ita path. Finally there are I
G 6 months SI! Q 3 months 55.50 iJI..INAPr} SHOES :
only the charred remainsof

FOR MEN AND WOMEN 1 a once beautiful and productive
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t. with velvety'Soft sJr-cushloned Southern forest If !
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Address -' Ifuiersoles and buoyant supportto you must burn brush. .
the althea For substantial And I'VE FOUND A I
L. take every precaution. '
savings and expert Factory ,
: City Zone atay until the LAST I It'
Fitting Service, consult:

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r Part Houte" ERG our.Want-Ads! Check these power-pocted! 'i
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Anything for your auto, truck .
't' or tractor. Also for your power Cadillac Pontiac a Y'' (

't' lawnmower, and much for your : One-Stop Service for Vaoxhall .. .. w little ads every day for merchandis ore .

11 boat. Feed Seed Fertilizer SALES N ( :. '
l' 208 N. Adams St. Ph..222-3380. t AND SERVICE ,. .

i Poultry Supplies MERCURY 'services you need youB find they're .- : '

Garden ToolsSo. OUTBOARD MOTORSFactoryTrained 'j,'
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Adams at SJLLJUL 215 NORTH ADAMS STREET ;T the best buys tn town! Discover.- ..,-. .It. ;.,

.Little Crossing: Phones 222-0830 -.223-4 989
Folks Store
Phone 223: -0173)

Inc. this new, money-IOV ncj way to shop today!.!N '-. 1It.

"The Capital's .- j.ji(; .-.
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I J Work of AU Type Insurance:and Bonds ."-,- .,'.- : : t
Cem ry Cor. Games and Woodward St : ** _. FLA. t tR
508 W.JWeea St.-TeL 223-0719 214 S. Adams St.-TeL 222-4680 TeL 222-5960 ".. '* *

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PanoceaNtws, given by the Fleet Baptist Church, L tftarhjsc them to. fear aDd tWAKULLA.COUNTY NEWS 3
oa Saturday night February 23, .ME to date. Ax soleHen of the rerrolution -
by Eva Cbeper I 21 IHt
I j. Febraary ,
I Mr. and Mrs J. C. 'SeHers and at 7:00 PM; at the by l they an eneoeraced to spy Sounds like fun The ISth annual Thursday.-

wuead Lodge). neighbors, friends. Wild Hog Barbeque and Janv-
ckaap (farmW'T Mrs. eves mea-
'o. Mrs. Mettle Kitchens of Pe&am I
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Mrs.: Lathe Witt is in charge of day to ben of their own iaa&tes.la boree staged by the Everglades _
Georgia are stsying At the G. C spend :; .
the Food Coramkfc .CaJ& a citizen hss:'no' rickti Conservation and Sportsman Club : _
f Barren while Mr. Selienia son and
nnpen.tinc.from an attack .of : -Anyone:hairitesis' ,of interest Mrs. NOah' 1' : at all. .no gnsrsntee of' any kind will be held March,9 and*-10 near NOW IS THE TIME .
Is there Uw to Monroe Station 60 miles west of ,
for this! column are requested to Over the any protect .
coronary thrombosis.) time. They; will contact Mrs. Eva Casper at the West Palm him, he is faced with the infamous Miami.* \
be here for
Panacea )arber Shop or at her execution 'wall, called the "pare- Line of,
Mrs. Minnie Berwick visited her brother -and We Carry a Complete
, home ttp&tte'YUba 4443. don" where thousands of men and A number of storm warningsfor
son, Pete and his family in St. Lifiiam and Mrs. RaymoDdWa1J D hare faced the firing sqoad. aV ".his"! are mapped out ia
'Augustine, and found that they. Mrs. North Mr. and Mrs. Food Is in Garden Seeds in Bulk. '-;V-
t Geeslin. .represented the Panacea short supply and rationed. a pamphlet titled, "Thirteen Steps. ,. >. .
were all sick with the flu. Another family 'of For '. -. .
the first k
Womana Club at the Rural AreaDevelopment time in their to Alcoholism" available from the ,
son, Robert. operated the plant in Mrs. Norris re I BTBS Cubans attend in line with Florida Reba ilitaUoa-. Program,
Committee meeting
St. Augustine during their illness. ter of Perry ration .carda hfeh Also Fertilizer.
, held in Crawfordvffle' Feb. 14.. .> were not required Avan Park. .
Latest reports are that Pete and with Mrs. area during
The WJLS. wishes.> to task all Worjd War IL
j' Frances are- now better, but the who made candy for the patients Mr. and Even when poaiestng a ration card ,The Florida.Council of 100, madeup

children are still sick. at W. T. Edwards rospital, Feb. 14. and son of they.often find the supply of meat, of leaders of industry, finance
Paul and Louise Cansaeaox: day with Mr. milk and other foods .
Louise The WJLS. wishes to thank all ex. and education,la the only organization
(formerly Barwick) have banks. .. 7
who made candy for the patifritj at ,of its type working with stategovernment
named their daughter Sandy Peggy and SeeUnff freedom eoontless tboa.a- 1
in the
anywhere na
W. T. Edwards hospitalFab.., 14.
Elizabeth she was born on Feb proudly hare fled the: country, often '
Also we want to thank Mrs. JessieSmith tion. ,. ."$ .
t ,
7. We regret that Louise risking their lives in ;
ruary son, Denzil small open __,; :'
I had to go back to the hospital bat for delivering the candy. "Mr. and ) : ., leaving behind erwythin I Florida's forest-, industry includes .....,., \,.

she recovered quickly and Is the clothes their .:.-t.IEDART:: '_
now returned from on bade. nine pulpmills,171 sawmills, / ;.toO.',:; ..
home and is doing very well. CRAWFORDVILLEPERSONALS :after spending Professional men lawyers, doc
21 and crate plants and 21
Mr. Ivery Smith, of Sopchoppy, i baby girt dentists and ,capable teach-j wood treating plants. ."= e Give TOP VALUE Stamps

: has had an attack of bronchia] I ter and were among the first to.

pneumonia, and has been taking j jI Sonny Hammick and Jack!Charles Ton will find them in Miami

[the usual "shots." We ,surely wish I Pearce: spent the weekend in [ning). The other cities, working at menial ,i

4 you a speedy recovery, Mr. Smith, Gainesville :tha .Diane. i as janitors night watchmen,

t ., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Allen has ,as and Butch TWt1ncc.Eubanks.L. Townsend Mrs. Dexter : taxi drivers, any work

. their guests last week Mr. and can find.Everything. -
, at a stork '
Mrs. Jerry Defend the !
Mrs. Bill Fowler, of Birmingham annonces I Ernest i they left.behind was
birth of a grand daughter born I
and Mrs Blanche Gist, of Shef by the Castro lVTerni -
Feb. 15 to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas seived many ; 1F M 10x1lraaer / //
i ; and tremendous S. iHHYnHJAL BfCOK TAX
field Alabama. Our bad weather Mrs. amounts of ti. RETURN .
Defend. Named Deborah were ar
"'was better than, the good weather Lynne. Pigotti Jr. I effects, objects; de art roe CAUXOAB..YIAKl.
Mrs. Defend is in San Antonio
other goods hare-been r tssatt
has been in North Alabama. I shipped su. w r
Texas, where the baby was born Mr. Roscoe : other communist :
t!i'Mr.. and Mrs. Forrest Cozen countries to
and Douglas is with the air force ing slowly
pay for armament to further -..
\ spent February 14 in Tallahasseewtth
and is
stationed in Okinaw .h. ; looking i
the noose about .
their Forrest Richard
son, '
Mr., H. C. Rehwinkel: of Tails the cast off. those who eats
CoXeD, and his family, for the n
lassee 5 is a patient in the Tallahassee Rev. Floyd Recent visitors report that much
celebration of Mr. Coxen's birth
other he Memorial Hospital. I building his Cuba's former beauty and charm K ,
day. Among things, received
foundation >odi s
Mr.: and Bill
chair Mrs. Merrymanand disappeared Buildings are in t
a rocking as a birthday
daughter Debbie,of Nashville, flooring joist pa1r. few,are being kept | List your atac. .
gift. Don't let the "old rocking up .
no L
TenD, were the guests..of Mr. and surely facllites
are in disrepair
chair" interfere with your list alto her(or b
Mrs. Fred Keightley from Wednesday people who the lack of paint is evidenced

fishing, Forrest. until Sunday last week burning ,of his Streets are slick with sY r. ,
We to that Zelma J-I!
are happy see
,. Pause is now home from the hoe- Mrs. C. L. Townsend has returned gifts have been and oil left by motor,cars Y.rNr'a.. batit/e ,w fj -o C\4 eUstoaaaorour
to her 'offiee at the.Health her it be are falling apart. Homes
pital and that her trip was a t
Clinic after being ill at her home and labor. owned-by those who fled ing stepchildren a -- ,
short one. Reports are that Zelma
for several days. be done bee nconfiscated and turned chrldrenwub

is feeling' somewhat better Mr. Herman Rehwinkel has returned there is.anyone to. Chinese and Russian com less than than one-hu$baO .
Mr. and Mrs. W. 'D. Bohannonare '
to the Tallahassee Memor- to make a technicians who swagger yew i. 1951.D. '
visiting Lee TwJteheU., of iaj) HospitaL it can be. sent the streets enjoy special Eater name t. e f-Je l O rt.ca
Bradenton. We hope they find Ps
; Mr. and Mrs. Gillian and Hannah Pigott, Jr. at ,) better food better E. Enter tor
warmer weather down 'south. ..and better "2. Eater you-
and Vernon Phillips of Quincy accommodations.
Mrs. is in reel.a
Newsome RandgU visited,Mr. and Mrs. Wooten Smith is reflected in the
Atlanta visiting her daughter, last Sunday. 7oo Late of Cubans,but they are help.
Louise, who is a patient at.the in the face
of militiamen with
Miss Selena Smith the
Eknory: University HospitaLMrs. weekend with Miss Wanda spent Metcalf Jose R. guns and the ever fearful TAX DRAGON *
Maybell Metcalf,. wife of in St. Markss gree or the-Wall itself.

George Me/calf, is still in, the Cuba of the 'The Cuban people can not re- ..
Mr. and 'Mrs Willard Sprague Scottish lute; ,
Medical Center Hospital, in TaI ove the communist cancer by
lahassee. It was hoped that May-of EI.ktoD. Michigan 'are visiting of conditions ves.'Thq'need help and the 4. d income shsc. ..",-"! J-

bell would be home this past weekend their son, the Rev. Richard Sprague Miami before will continue to spread if.tepa ,. .Just build'up a savings

but further tests and 'treatment .and family, the new minister He stated are not taken V 14auit
by the U. S.
time the ti d l account"-with us so that
of the Methodist Crawfordville you
were required. Latin-American
.countries.: x IF AS _
Sergeant Philip Wald (ret) Sopchoppy' church. When Mr. and taken no steps can pay off all kinds of \ .
lodges but / ,. .
, has returned home after spending Mrs. Sprague, Sr. left their home 'I' ,

I 38 days in Tyndall Air Force Base the thermometer registered 14 below bership or HiTNS"l Sugar Plant In B) taxes (insurance premiums, '
looked Q
Hospital in Panama City, and Is. zero.* upon -
been "Never in Great tuition bills too) as
somewhat improved but will have The following who have Expansion ''g ,, .

to return to the hospital shortlyfor patients at the Tallahassee Me- since we CLEWISTO, ,(FNS) To and they fall due. -
has there been
further treatment. morial Hospital recently, have returned satisfy America's sweet tooth : .

I We are happy to .fee that Mrs.. to their homes Mrs. E. C. and desolation great expansion in sugar cane \ >, :" ;

,: Lottie Witt is up and around Ferrell. Sr. Mrs. JTK. Moore' and said.Always has taken place in ,Flor- : >?

\ after dental surgery, 'and is .running Mr. R. C. Libert.. a '. Everglades since relations > -, ;;
try in the past wee ,
the wheels off her new VW. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Adams the Cuba have ceased. jj
xoke of separate
The Junior Class of Sopchoppy and son of Quincy visited Mr. and divided Leading producer is U.S. Sugar cd a nra ,

is presenting their class play, bD S. T. A. Raker, last Sunday.' by of Clewiston which 's oifi c dithe .
spread in },-'" ;
"Cupid In Pigtails," at 8:00 P.M., bf'rs. Inez Walker Is confined to clubs and year completed a $14 million ties ,. "

; Friday, Feb.! 22, at the Sopchoppy her home with the Flu- me nand boys, to turn out additional tons co the .

School auditorium. Admission will Mrs. W. A. White is going to given raw sugar.
be 75 f for adults and 50* for San Antonio, Texas.for two"weeks Yankee During the grinding season of

children. The Junior Class would to visit her daughter, MrsT San There are to April nearly two mil :

., like everyone to come, and this ford'Claxton.t- Cuba. Fear is pounds of raw sugar is pro- s s

means YOU, too! tion. Teachers daily by thb- expanding in I..

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cowan have .' children in In' the heart of the ,Ever Member F.D.LC. a

just returned from' visiting with -', .\ .

Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Trhnm of

West Palm Beach. They came
( '
back talking about what a w nde.r- Tallahassee .",. 1. -
fill trip they had We are happyto ; "
have them back with us. '

We regret to report that Dr. t Flowers & Candy Inc. ; ". ..

Sayre had to undergo surgery .. .
I' :' while in the hospital at Wauchula.Mr. t :, .- 11 1

" Dozier Tillman.is in TMH .. : ; :'- ; I : ,
with bronchial pneumonia, and '

we are glad to hear that he is '

much better. -,, : ::...:. ': .;., \ .:" >> ... .
Rev. Tom Harrell informed us ''' i- i'
the; "
that Bethel Primitive Baptist >>

Church will meet Sunday Feb. 105 EAST JEFFERSON STRE : .
24, with Sunday School Classes at ;_ I < j

10:00: and' Church Services at ,"_'.--?- -J:.,- -. .- .-.f --.",:*.- .- -
1100. 'Rev. Harrell extends an In. : : :: '
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.vitatlon. to everyone. -' >>. i : .- '

The Panacea channel has been & '- ., .:. "' .:
completed, and the dredges; barges, PIt NE 224-5023: TALLAHASSEE '";'... .., :'-. -" "

and equipment ere in the ''
\ process or WA 6-3301. -.. ::
I lof moving to St. Marks. We are -

1 we still have a number '
r 'gladthe I .
[ dredging company personnel ".

and their families with us. .
II 0 ,
The Panacea Woman's Club met

1 i on Feb. 13, at the new Woman's
'Club building. Very interesting FLORIDA 1

i color slides and talks on the subject mr9 : .

of "Girl Scouts" were preseated 1

by Muriel Coombs, of Tal- Now Showie B Today, 'thru

!]lahauee, who was assisted by the

1 local Girl Scout leader, Mrs. Flo '

.RybicU. The Girl Scout here t TOBy 14Yt'' 4
have 21 members; and women who CurtisVtdeewt

han the desire and ability to ,
assist ia leading theM girls are Val Bryuer

asked to contact Flo Rybidd. Refreshments

were served after. the fo NO more dish ashlngl I "> ,
meeting adjourned.
: j "TARAS "
The Junior Training Union Class 2 ,
of the First Baptist Church met 1&A (Don't J be dishwasherl..... Buy oneQ

t Friday, Feb. 15, from 7 til 9:30, KRRY lilMIWAY CAPITOL Here are a few good reasons why every woman wants one.
of Mrs. .
the home Mary Grahamfor
at a Valentine Party for the oy..ooa ,til 1dME li1E'I1 SAVES TIME-No.washing rinsing or drying by hand cuts dishwashing time In half.. ,

;group, and sixteen' were present. SAVES HANDSNo rough, red hands no arguments about who will do the dishes.

Refreshments were+ -served, and we To cht ... ., MAKES. l BfTBTABOIG fW -Join the party with no cares about getting the dishes done.

,hear aH. that a great time was had by Tefifel' thra Sat dayRebertRyaa 8I1owfttc YOUR- MEDAUJON HOME... tKALTHFUt Dishes get really dean sterilized in water hotter than hands can stand.

The Youth Fellowship met last --' designed for full use of Add a disposal?, too. You'll have the perfect pair for after dinner dean-ups.
Sunday at the Pasterium. of the "BILLY 'BUDDJerry ; F. "i electric appliances.Full ,

[first,.Baptist Clmxs> The group Housepower Wiring and :

; "mcoti regularly after' church every Ptea CoHitRackMadM "It's Uiht'for Living.' '- 7 R 6157 aek / '

t Sunday night. .. Ji"r PUOffflOA POWER CORPORATION \ ,

< Mr...aad Mrs. GBite Kelly visit- CI1eIe ., : Thin:: nrn.anta u a.mr aaate err.rw :
led relatives 'la ,TsJBf7 and wen*;

, (to tfee 'GsjparflU farade and attended "Tbe Last 'SaRaet" "THE #

the iaaagraal. belL Helen
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;says theyLTbe.SPeethlait had a ,
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,.. 4 -Thursday February"21,13SIJWANNEE' [ NO SELLING. SPARE TIME TO START Turnpike Year Sopchoppy Newsby

:, Under Budget Louise C. Sapp
Is. : Y. Opportunity to own a local wholesale business of your We regret that Sonny Barwiekis
Tampa, (FNS) Here's a
: "-. : own. Business completely set. up for yotuNo experience HEALTHo still in the Forseyth Hospital in
STOREY .= switch for this world of \
= spiraling
;. .. needed. Male or female. No age limit, if In good health. Tallahassee. Hope he will soon be
I costs The Florida \
government :
i. CRAWFORDYILLE FLA. : :, collect retail Must" State Turnpike ended its fiscal ro.p.rcsI-I I
:J ._. You will deliver and from stores. $'79368.03 under Its budget. \ Mrs. Louise Roddenbe/rry, wife I
'" and min. to $20002.94. year of
have $1001.47 Samuel
auto references a (Sammy) Rodde&berry
; LAWRENCE GLOVER, MGR. Authority Chairman John M.
..r '. Investment secured by inventory Write tor-ersonal inter Hammer credited the to A Jerv'ce ol Your Doctor oi Med ane. of Tallahassee and formerly of
r. : :. ; "Qoaatlty Rights"iteaenred : view giving name, address phone no. and past history to:' 1'out Local Medical Medial A.uoaabOD.DOCTOlrS Society. ud the Sopchoppy cave birth to a son,
streamlined administrative and Flonda
> .' MORGAN ASSOCIATES Samuel Stanley. Thursday, February
f. 'SHOP HERE 1628 San Marco Blvd.: Suite 14 Jacksonville 7, Florida operational procedures instituted LITTLE BAG 14,.in th Tallahassee Me-
We Have a Complete __ early in the Bryant' adm1nlstratJo1f .
( .'_ ::r' -: Ever want to know what'sin morial Hospital. The grandparentsof
the doctor's little bag and Samuel' Stanley are Mr. and
r LINE OF MEATS '7.. NOTICE what it's for? Mrs S. E. Roddenberry and Mr.
While each doctors bag
varies and Mrs. Joe Edwards of Sop
in content according to his
t. STEAKS CUT ORDER N personality and choice the choppy.
;: AND common purpose Is to meet the Mr and Mrs. Freeman Piggott
;: .\ WEEKEND SPECIALS : :; ;i ,; HOMESTEAD PERSONAIPROPERTY .__ ;. emergencies that confront the moved their
.I, -:' -?-.. "'. _?'.: :. ".. ..... .. 0 .' ,- -,S .".,' medical man when called on membership the
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", v Mount Elon Church
: Baptist to
t a : -. for help away from office or
\ RETURNS hospital.In the First Baptist.r Church in Sop
f each bag there are instruments Welcome
AI'Meat choppy. to the new
.- U.S.Coed Leu 0 and d rug s. The -
and members. v _
stethoscope the sphygmomanometer -
Round Steak STEW. I win be at the7ollowing named places. and dates for the purpose receiving personal are standard equip- The MYF of the Methodist
mcnt the former to hear soundsof Church held bake sale in frontof
i .. .' I property. tax returns and applications: for Homestead. Exemptions for the year: breathing; heart beat and the Post Offite'Saturday a morn-
i 69c Lb. 69c Lb. o. other internal sounds and the
1963 ,
ing. It
t latter to measure blood pres was a success-Participating
sure. There is also the ophthal in the bake sale was Betty Gail
.: .' ;.: '.
for looking into the
moscope Ringa. Karen Tulley, Dale Rowan
Precinct I ,. Place Date =. ; Time interior of the eye and the
Lean Greaad '. :( Thomas Porter and Carolyn Car
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;, De Mate--,143 Caa "*XV -' otoscope for inspecting the ear.
I '' ,, ;.' '. : ,. Veeren.'T- f ; :;:* -.. J.- R. Miller's'Home .Feb.Y 25: 8:30 A.N. to 10:30 A3I. In the doctor's bag are thermometers raway.
l -BEEF P: ... syringes, clamps, Mrs. T. Smith was admitted to
: Ff. i.t .c ,r ; ;. :. '. :. scalpel needles and sutures,
f : '>; / the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital
.I ,., -. .,, Wakujlji"Newport B. H. Roger's Store Feb. 25 10:30 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. tongue depressors tourniquet,
y ,
'C. ; ;:r. : o'clock..
.,' .: ': I 49c Lb. : J .' ''' rubber gloves catheter and ap Friday night at seven
-2 FOr.U; C r. -, LawhonV Store t : FeJ. 25 2:30P.M.to 4-.30P.M. plicators. Naturally, the doctor The Reverend and Mrs. Sprague

?k ? :' : : .. ,. ,. ,' ", ...11:_ .: ." ', I.. carries adhesive tape, gauze attended church in Apalachlcala
i : : : I .' ,' T-'0..: :- SL. Marks. : -' Lynn's Store, ;." Feb.26 -_ 8:30 A.M.tol2OOP.M. cotton, .bandage and ethyl, scissors hydroxide, a lubricant Thursday night. -

'; ..!, .' .. ..t. .' .'J otherwise known as alcohol. The Junior Class of Sopchoppy
= Feb. P.M. to 2:30'P.M.
Spring Creek Spear's Store 26 12:30
There also be High School will present their
may numerous
r Dellcl1t -' .. ." "_ :.- : : drugs ranging from aspirin to Junior play "Keep It In
::; Pigtails
j 5 P.M.
Feb. :00
'Baaui Medart Pigott's Store : :, 26. .3:00.p nitroglycerine, often used in
....-' at eight o'clock: Friday night
I. 1J % OLEO Quarters ; r. treating angina pectoris and
!Sdlad Dressing River Sink Dan Miller's Home ::'. .-Feb.: 27 8:30_ ,A.M. to 10:00 AJW.9rTebr27 asthma. Other drugs often included February 22, in the Sopchoppy
-__ : : : j I are digitoxin for the Auditorium. Admission will be
-'-' 2 Lbs. 29c Ivan f Raker's Store 10:30 A,\I.to 2:00 P. I. heart, sminophylline for reliefof 50f and 75<:- Everyone is invited.
; .f- "' pain. a powerful drug called
r Qt. 39c ? : > for Also a drawing on an automatic
epinephrine increasing blood
) Arran Arran's Store Feb 27 2:30P.M.to 4:30P.M.
$ \ i .. pressure, stimulating the heart percolator during the intermissionof
muscle and.relieving shock and the play. Tickets for 50 cents
3'4 : i Panacea. ." .\,' '.'. Yause's, Store Feb., 28 8:30 AJM.\ to 12:30 P.M. ipecac to. induce vomiting.Thermagic" are' now on sale by any member of
;. .that lies in the
Jim: Daadx DtHdoaaFLOUR Sopchoppy- J#l Near Post Office Feb. 28 lOOP.M.to 4:30P.M. doctor'bag can be releasedit the Junior'Class and will remainon
,, ,. :.' "v. is important to remember sale until 8 o'clock Friday
,' to'il!: : '
Home Mar. 1 8:30A.M.tollOOA3f.EMMETT only through. the skill and night, Feb. 22. Proceeds of the
DOG FOOD ; Near J. C. Kyle's
knowledge.'of the doctor.
\; > percolator and the play will be
th'i: : .
"" ,
l-S ., used for the Junior and Senior
25 .Lb s. $1.99 10 Lbs. 99c -.' G. FERRELL, Jr.: F"- t.::- Banquet. So buy your ticket to the

play and on the drawing now.
Tax Assessor, Wakulla Co.
J The district tournament in

basketball will begin Feb. 26 and
l will end March 2. It will be held

: "They Don't Make 'Em Like They Used To?" : in the gymnasium at Sopchoppy. -
Mrs., Cheesfe Morris "had as her
> r;::: weekend guest Miss Ethel Vause

.: f 1 lac: ;:!J 0; ,';" -YOU BET YOUR LIFE THEY DON'Tt.1963! of, '-Crawfordville.Mr.. and Mrs. Stevie. Revell hadas

their dinner guest Sunday Mr.

Lf, .. :;'*;&.;?<: : :W25 Was liThe Good OW Days"Jut We'/f Settle. F r.H : and Sopchoppy Mrs."Carl basketball Revell and team family.won

third place in the Apalachicola
._ Valley Conference. Wesley Smith

: : .- ; .; war chosen Annette for all Porter Conference.Miss Mr. Fred.

: 38 Years of f' :; EROGRESS : Strickland Crawfordville Porter transaeted and Saturday.Mrs. Mrs. business Willie. Mae in

Tena McPhaul was in Tallahassee
::1 l on Saturday afternoon.
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: Anyone"'having any news that
Our Thanks To .
: they"wished to be published please

t leave'it with Mrs. Sapp at the

: Our friends and f customers who made' possible the, 38 years of Sopchoppy Cafe before Monday
; noon each week or call Mrs. Sapp.

; } l growth and progress we have enjoyed We sincerly ,appreciate at. Woodland 2-7491 '
Larry White of Medart was a
$ -' \ your patronage, your friendship and the opportunity of serving visitor in Sopchoppy Sunday af

... a* ternoon.
,_, you. '
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'\; Mrs. Ruth Rowan, Mrs. WilKe
J Mae. Porter and Mrs. Mattie G.
; -:. : ReVelle' visited Mr. and Mrs.
-1 ;. I Ir .1- i-i ,Stevie Revel Sunday afternoon.
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Mr and Mrs. Paul Smith and

daughter Lucy Marie of Tallahassee -
'visited the Hardy Revell family

Sunday.Mr. .
__ J. R. Alford _, Charles H. Alford .' and Mrs.' F. 'A. Joyner and
Founder President -family of Tallahassee visited Mrs.
"Agnes Joyner Thursday evening.

Tom Kelley Jack Ashbum. Jr. Tom DeanAccountant Wilton Willis Bill Campbell Randolph Langston ,,"'r1e Robert Griffins had as their
Sates Mgr. Used Or Mgr. Service Parts Mgr. Truck Sales Mar guests Mrs. Helen Crosby, Mrs.
:'Louise Sapp and Miss Arnet
'Porter on Thursday.

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.. Murray C. Rtreff E. A.Wil.., Leland G.rT, CMrfe WifUjtw, RUSH|I.C. T'*Mt, Howard Mar 'r" ,
Miss Jewel CrrnkiM Mrs. Hanes, Rsfcert Nomaii, kJ J.k.nU 1L Front
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k. Ooujlas $ Roberts THe Wsskin; .twif Alfred James art Phillip Walker. Left t. right '
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Mall 'N Lee B.n. Gri ItIt", Charm D. CjmJj, J *.. R. QhrsrchiKk, Fred T. Battle Robert W. Nelson, K. V. ; .. ':=
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