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 28, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 64--NUMBER 27 .- i i 'CRAWFOBDYILLE. FLORIDA Thursday, February 28, 19G3 t RICE 10 CENTS PER COPT"

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PANACEA NEWSby Rev. Julian Turner ._ lYt John Herman Local Man .

Eva Cosper tcf Speak Here RehwinkelFuneral Spends NightOn j
; Willie Faye and Ethel (Harts.
services for John Herman -
:|field( Porter havo named their Rev. Julian Turner who is in GulfAlbert
71 who died
: of Methodist Mis Rehwinkel ,
daughter Tammy Denise. It'dvery charge People's .
", I Feb. 21st. at Moor LloydJ. B. '}eyZnd
Thursday morning, ,
;: easy to see that Will Harts- sion. Inc., in the Snow Bird Mountains !(,-.: .... ".t : .t .
;field is a very proud grandfather. of Western North Carolina I ..". w-... -, ,.. .. r I Tallahassee Memorial Hospital H. Jacquette spent a cold lonely
I following a lengthy illness, was night in the gulf Sunday night
I We hear reports that Louise will preach in the Orawfordville
!!''Randall's I held Sunday at S p.m. from the when the boat they were in developed
surgery was successful, Methodist Church on Sunday,
Crawfordville Methodist Church engine trouble at the mouthof
land that her postoperative con. March 3 at 11 a.m. I
with the Rer. Luther R. Stokes the Ochlocknee River.
::dition is very painful, but that her Rev. Turner has been in this !'
and the Rer. Richard Sprague of- More and Begley of Crawford
{improvement is excellent. We'll be. a.reabefore and those who heard
M w :fidating. Burial was in the Craw ville and Jacquette of Miami left
glad i to have you back with us, him win remember or-his interesting 1
? ., !fordville Cemetery. St. MarkS on Sunday morning to
:Louise. tales of the Indians who he
is A prominent farmer of his native bring the "Sea Breeze" owned by
; Roger Stokely certainly disappointed serves. ::"_ : II
st Wakulla County, Rehwinkel T. A. Raker and John Price into
; that his cast was not Rev. Turner ministers with the : i..l ; I
r rs I had lived there hia entire life docking facilities on the Ochlock
removed from his arm in time to assistance of his wife Nora to
time. He born March 30 1891. nee river.
was ,
{play in the basketball tournamentfor the. apiritual and physical needsof
: Sopchoppy; removal of the the Indiana on this Cherokee I He was a member of Woodmenof When the boat was reported over.

>cast ia now scheduled for Tuesday, Reservation. -- the World No. 476, the Farm due a search was started by "the

March 5- which will be too late ., Bureau and the Crawfordrill U. S. Coast Guard Auzilary.
Anyone who can give clothing, ;
;;for him to play basketball anymore shoes, or other things will find i Methodist Church.Survivors The boat was sighted Monday

this year, but he will get to are his widow, Mrs. morning: U.S.C.GA. Flotilla commander
them put a good use at this mission j .
\ play baseball. Ruby C. Rehwinkel;, one son, CarlH. Henry Taylor and Johnny

Harvey Stokely will celebrate his station. Rehwinkel of Reldick; three Miller were the first to reach
Facilities will be available in the
birthday .on Tuesday, March 5 foyer of the church for these -- -_ u- daughters, Mrs. L. P. Knowles, the disabled craft.

also. Happy Birthday, Harvey! Tallahassee; Mrs. Carroll W. Lenell Spears, Flotilla commander -
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f Frank and June Holmes report things. '. :- Scott, Jacksonville; Mra. Dale from Spring Creek towed the

that June's mother, Mrs. Beatrice -fr. .. Boatwright I Lake 'City; one "Sea Breeze" to Trade Winds Pier.

Ward, of Crisfield, Maryland, is Reading-from the right Rep. Bobby Rasa, Senator Lather Tucker of Wakulla County welcome Rear Ad- brother, H. C. Rehwinkel, Tallahassee Captain W. S. Schley, Division
visiting them for a while. We. miral Irvin S. Stevens Commander of the 7th District Coast Guard, center, and Capt. W. S. Schley Com- Commander of the 8th U.S.G.G.A.
three sisters! Mrs. Lucille
mander 8th Division U.S.C.G.A. Admiral Stevens discussed the water ways in the Wakulla County area ;
know that 'she is glad to get away with the local legislative delegation. Towles, Crawfordville; Mrs. G. H.Jtfears Division said the men were' found

from that wintry weather of..Mary Quincy; Mrs. Bps!. Raker, in good shape and had suffered

land.We .:;- pt : Wet Palm Beach; and 10 grand only from the cold night spent

are sorry to report that children. aboard the boat.

Homer Barwick: of Sopchoppy, was Pallbearers were Charles Re

in the Forsyth Hospital, in Tallahassee
hwinkel Carl Holland Virgil
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for ten days. Don't know Strickland, Clarence Rehwinkel. Sheriff Toff Elected

just what his illness was, but he
Alton Towles and Burt Hudson. Board Member of
is home- ow-but still not feelingtoo

: well. Sure hope you get to X State AssociationAnnouncement

'feeling better 'soon, Homer.
Mrs. Lillie LeeBurgess
We hear lots of sounds of ham ... was received

mering and sawing from around from the Florida Sheriffs Association I-

CccM: Duren's restaurant near the .r that W. R. Taff, Sheriff of
Mrs. Lillie Lee Burgess, Gi, 12
Panacea Bridge-we also hear that Wakulla County had been electedto

he is remodeling and is going to .t years resident of Spring Creek the Board of Directors of the

build. a boat basin, and is planning* died Saturday afternoon, Feb. 23rd Florida Sheriffs Association for

to re-open soon. What's the story"' after a long illness. the ensuing year.WashL"gton .

on this! Cecil? Clayton Oaks e S A. She was a native of Macon, Cs.: County Sheriff

Mrs Zelma Vause and her chil- ,,., y .....- ...::.: a member of the First Baptist George Watts was elected president
JayceePrexy, :; ; ._',. ---l. Church of Crawfordviile, and a
dren have been visiting Zelma's' :I> ..." succeeding Orange County

mother, Mrs. W. C. Scott,- in TA! Clayton Oaks of Panacea was member of the Easter Star. Sheriff Pay Starr. _

I aba ssee-. Ottis saidj he though elected president of the Wakulla .. Funeral services were held at Chairman of the Directors A> .la

everyone in the family is tryingto County Junior Chamber of Commerce ;I '- the First Baptist Church in John Spottswood of. Monroe
its meetinglast Crawfordville at 3 p.m. Monday
have a birthday in the same at Friday night :
week. ; .: with the Rev. S. A. Coxwell officiating -
I; The Association is dedicated to
Bill and Velma Herrington went: Other officers elected were: Jimmy !Mr, Burial was in the Craw advancement of law '
the good enforcement
to St. Augustine to visit Frances Dykes. vice-president, Johnny r ir- fordvillc Cemetery. Deacons of in Florida.

and Pete Barwick, and then wenton Miller, Secretary, and Harold SII- the church .served as pallbearers.
Blount, Treasurer. Survivors are her husband, Stan-
to Sanford t> visit; Barbara
Freeman and her family. Named to the Board of Directorswere \ hope G. Burgess of Spring Creek; Supper and DanceAt

The Panacea Chamber of Qom- Bobby Harvey and George four daughters, Mrs. L. R. Hesterof

:onerce announced that Mr. W. D. Creech. |I I 'dmiral Irvin J. Stevens presented a Coast Guard Auxiliary flag.to the 8th Division at a meeting of the Chattahoochee, Mrs. F. V. Hun- Panacea ClubThe >

:Witt was elected president, following Installation of the officers and staff officers Sunday monung. Left to right: Capt. W. S. Schley, Boen Becton. John Dalton. I. A. nicutt of Thomasville, Ga., Mrs.H. Panacea Woman's Club will
Adams Commander
R. C. Boardmen Director of the USCG A, and Admiral Stevens.
will be held March 2 at- T. Crowder of Brownsville,
,* the resignation of Mr. Dur- banquet hold a supper and a dance at the

:Wood Vause. Membership cards Wakulla Springs" Lodge, the time Do Unto Others '. Tucker-Russ I Tenn.. Mrs. J. E. Hakgins of Tal- new Woman's Club building on
:for the C. of'C. are being printedand 7:30 p.m. What is your responsibility to your fellow man? What i is lahassee; her mother, Mrs. Sulinda Saturday night, March 2, at 6:30:

will be mailed to the members.We This will be a joint banquet with Set Meeting Bruner of Macon; one sister, Mrs. p.m. Dancing will begin after the

are sorry to report that Mrs. members of the Wakulla County your obligation to society? Do we all remember the Golden Senator Luther Tucker J. C. Hudson of Macon; four brothers completion of supper. *

Katy Whetstone had to return to Chamber of Commerce and their Rule, "Do unto others as we would have them to do unto Russ and Rep. Lawrence F. Bruner of Clarks- The cost of the supper will be

the hospital for further treatment. wives as guests. us." I Bobby Public meetings announced will be today held that vine: Ga., Joe B. Bruner of Marietta -the usual $1.00 per plate for

home real Don Fuqua will be on Ga., George H. Bruner of Macon and 50c for children.
again Congressman adults
Hope' are
you It has come to the attention of the publisher of this news March 8th and 9th in the court-
soon, Katy, and can stay home the principal speaker. He recently and Wilbur Bruner of Lyn- Admission to the dance will be :
this next time. received state-wide recognition by paper that a gross injustice was committed last Sunday when dale, Ga.; seven grandchildren and 50c per couple for those who buy

V V Mrs. Velma Herrington is ill at being named one of the five outstanding a tradgey could well have taken place and snuffed out the I Purpose proposed of the local meeting legislation is to discuss to- one great grandchild. the supper, and $1.00 per couple

her home with laryngitis and 'flu'. young men of Florida.at lives of two Wakulla citizens. It has been reported that for those attending' the dance only. .
passed at the eomming session.
We 'hope you have a speedy recovery a Jaycees meeting in St. Augus signals were seen from a disabled boat lying off the mouth I All citizens of the county whoiave CRAWFORDVILLEPERSONALS There will be organ music duringthe

Velma. tine. of the Ochlockneed river. It has been reported that some a desire for legislation shouldon supper and $1.00 per couplefor
We hear that Wayne Richardson those attending the dance only.
celebrated his 18th birthdayon of thosewho saw these signals were also able to identify hand to discuss it with theSenator There will be organ music duringthe

Wednesday, February 20, by Church Plans them as S-O-S signals. It i is also known that these individualswho and Representative. Bob Wright spent last weekend supper and for dancing.
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
taking several exams at FSTJ. Kitchen ShowerThe saw the signals did not report them to anyone 'of au Cecil Wright. The menu will be: .

jSeems like birthday cakes and colileges Guild thority. The writer wonder to what this.can be attributed to, Rev. Gray To Mrs. J. S. Cogdill of St. Marta Steak and brown gravy Fish,
: don't mix. Anyway, Happy Methodist Woman's Mashed potatoes, Field peas Coffee
Birthday Wayne. will sponsor a kitchen shower for was it to difficult to make a phone call to ,the sheriffs office, Speak In Bronson has returned to her office after Tea, Speckled butter beans, .

; Ray Graham is getting over an the Church Kitchen Friday Night was it to burdensome to report it to some business place in being ill at her home last week. Slaw, Hush puppies rolls, Cake, .
Her. Truman Gray will be guestpreacher Mrs. Harold Blanton returnedto
attack of "flu." Glad to see you March 8, at '7 p.m. in the new the area. Ire Cream.
at Bronson on Sunday, her home last Saturday after being -
up and around, Ray. inAak Did those people involved take the position, let someone else The public is invited, but no
March 3, at the First BaptistChurch a patient in the Tallahassee
Saw Delma Thomas the 'other The purpose of the shower is to stags for the dancing, please. :
do it Or did they take the position that, "They'll be found there. Rer. Gray Is Pastor Memorial several days last week.
:day, and he has completely re- help furnish! the kitchen with '
of the Mt. Don Baptist Church Mrs. Mable Pearce spent the
sooner or .
;covered from injuries received in utinsels, dishes, pots or pans,
in Smith Creek. weekend with her son and family Service OfficerTo
Ian accident in which he and, Odell silverware or a donation We" wonder how these same negligent people would have ,
The Bronson church is consider Mr. A. R. Pearce, Jr., in Talla-
L iwere involved. A covered dish supper will be felt if it had been them stranded out there, we wonder how Be Here
Mrs. J. H. Turner, who has been served and social hour will follow lag calling Rer. Grey as their hassee. .
a these would
have felt
people if on Monday morning the pastor. Moody Pearee son Jack spent Veterans of Wakulla County
ft living in Tallahassee for the last the meal.
couple of years, is now building anew bodies -of the stranded had been found floating in the Gulf. Glennie B. Bonner, Principal of last weekend in Daytona* Beach. who need assistance in obtaining

Haw of have the .Hig School will Mr. and Mrs. John Laws of benefits under the GI Bill, receive -
home on M han Drive in who is in the Archibald Hospital many us thought how this type of publicity Sopchoppy may

I[.4 Panacea. Earl Vause is contractor there. could effect the livelihood fishermen and guides of our speak at the Mt. Eton Church Aaran have recently moved into guidance from Jim Weant,
r the C. L. Rehwinkel's house in
Assistant State Service Officer.
for the two bedroom fram home. Mr. W. F. Grover, of Tampa, county. Would you want to go into an area where so little on Sunday and Rer. Grey urges" Crawfordrille.
Welcome back to Panacea Mrs.Turner. People in*Smith Creek .to come Weant will visit this area next
r : who is Eva C sper's father, has
concern is given toward your fellowman. Jack Pearee, eon of Mr. and week for the purpose of helpingveterans
and him.
been ill, and is recovering '
J, The Newbome Primitive Baptist veryyslowly. We hope that the citizens Wakulla county will not getso Mrs. Moody Pearce, left Wednesday or their dependents in filing .

(I. Church will meet on Sunday, The Sweetheart Banquet was negligent that practices of this nature will happen'again, I Ii for Charleston S. C., wherehe claim for Compensation Benefits -

f" :(March S, at 11:00 o'clock, with held on Saturday nite, February and we hope that this may bring to light the error that was 1 Cancer Crusade has been transferred. Jack is or solving their insurance
in the Air Force and has recently problems. This free service in- :
jRev. Tom Harrell conducting the 23, at the Baptist Camp( formerly committed and l Help that it will not :
assure happen again. \Vedon't been serving overseas in Turkey. dudes assistance to employers of
la in-
'church aerviees.Everyone. Townsend Lodge). We hear re- Meeting
i-'. [ attend. honestly believe that our people are of this nature. veterans under the GI Bill, Vocational :
vited to ports that everyone had a wonderful Bobby Psulk and Jimmie Helms,
i Dr. and Mrs. William North are time and that the banquet wasa We also 'are thankful that circumstances were such thatno e04kairmah' the Wakulla County Church Training', Subsistence or:

!back home after visiting Dr. huge success.The tradgey occured and that the "Master of our fate," saw Canesr Crusade hare called a Methodist other problems.

((North's uncle and aunt Mr. and Panacea Woman's Club will fit to avoid a tradgey.We meeting for March 4 at 8 p.m. in Schedule Weant During his be visit contacted in this-at area the.

Mrs. Draper, of Ocala, Fla. We hold their regular supper on Saturday may
a know that at times our conscience"is very hard to- live the Florida Power Lounge. Richard Sprague, MittitterCRAWFORDVILLE following places at the time and
regret to report that Mrs. Draper night;' March 2, at 6:30 p.m. % Paulk said that final plans for
VV, suffered a broken arm. There will be a dance after the with and we can realize how hard it would have been for the drive would be made and ; on the date specified. Crawford-:
; 1st and '3rd Sundays, 11 a.m. Tills! Pigott's Store, .3:00. March:
We are very happy to hear that supper. some to have lived with themselves had a tradgey occured. workers would be briefed on this

1 Mrs. Msybell Metcalf is back The cost of the supper ia $LOOper Let's all at least try to live by the "Golden Rule." years pr .s.dUN. and 7:30 p.ui. 6, 1963. ;

( home again after her recent illness plate for'adults and SOc for volunteer workers urged 2nd snd 4th Sundays, 9:30 a.m.
are '
! I and is doing fine. with the of admission Prayer meeting Wed. 7:30 p.m.
hildren; price to attend this meeting every section Card of Thanks \
The Board of Directors of the to the dance being hoc percouple Woman* ClubMeetina Cemetary Cleaning
will be
of the
county represented SOPCHOPPY: vi. wo"uld like to take this opportunity j
Panacea Woman's Club met at the
for those buying the supper,
Planned March 9 : 2nd and 4th 11 our sincere. ;
home of Mrs. Elizabeth Redfern and couple for those who Sundays, ajn. to express
per Mr*. Essie Mae Cogdill, presi- friends for :
and 7:30 p.nt. to our
on February 19. After the meeting ttend the dance only. There will Crawforcbi' Woman Club will Mr. Charlie Tucker anoouncts
I of the Wakulla Cancer Unit 1st and 3rd Sundays 9:30sjiu their man yacts of kindness sad :,
adjourned refreshments were the hold Ha regular monthly meeting that !
be organ music during supper be is planning Cemetery
:said that she that there bereavement
hoped recent -
t Wed. 7:30 p.m' sympathy during our i
'f served. Tuesday night March 5th at the Prayer meeting
and for dancing. Cleaning on Saturday, March: 9.
would be turn-out for this thoughtfufaess
'. a good Your j
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Witt andE' items of Interestor Clubhouse .
having .
Anyone He all interested *
; I requests
Cod i
effort will be Mar
meeting and remembered.
Mrs. Vivien Barnett drove to A interesting ha every Services in both churches every will long be j
are program
this column requested to very '
to wol'1cel'I
please come or a ,
marfs to achieve the goal set (orthslJ3
bless each of ]
5th Sunday, times to be annuonced. you.
t, :; Thomasville Georgia, on Sunday contact Eva. Cosper at YTJ-4-2643, been planned for this meeting. vend a donation to hire some Crusade. The Herman :Rehwinkel FsmHyj"fY" i

February 17, to visit Mae Wells, >r at the Panacea Barber Shop._._ All member an urged to attend I ones J i


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f, 2 Thursday, February 28. 1963 Dees Barber Shop CLASSIFIED "'. '. : .' '
'. 2238 South Monroe FOR SALE-Waterfront lot ont NOTICETHELOCAL ", : -" ... ::: ,
Oeklocknee River at Longs: '
Men's and Boys Haircuts ton's Landing, 60 x 190, $800-.

NEWSfelrphone Cecil I. Hartsfield, 2107 W..J LEGISLATIVE DELEGATION x .;:
DEE COOK Owner_ Pensacola, Tallahassee, Phone -

WAlnut 6.3301 :,!.-< \.;. .. t. .. .5 222-1243..' t Will hold meetings in the Courthouse on March Lumber Building Supplies:;::

.' -, S- Feb. 21 March ,
1\.Y : 28. -71 .
... 7th and 8th at 8 p.m. for the purpose of DISCUSSING '; .
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tit. I BABYSITTING -= Will ,care for,. f_J _h ...PROPOSED LOCAL LEGISLATION. ::2. "We::Need And Appreciate Your .
small children in home for IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .
Virginia Keijthtley. EditorTS.N my SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND ...
it .i.y.: j working mothers, daytime, FOR WAKULLA COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN .. 'r' ;r."
March 7th will be
CHANCERY. CASE NO. devoted to hearing from all .
evenings by appointment. Mrs. .: '

.. <. Jack Solomon Crawfordville, MILDRED PLAINTIFFVS. GARCIA ... County Agencies such as: County Commissioners, Business"Quality '.,:<

Entered at?Crawfordville. Florida, Florida. SIMON U GARCIA Board of, Public Instruction, Sheriff's Department, i

DEFENDANT. . ,. c 1

t as second class matter. Subscription t I, DIVORCE, Tax Assessor Tax Collector, County Judge, County i and Price Guaranteed :

rate: $3.00 per year.
t' NOTICE TO APPEAR Agent, County Clerk, County \Welfare etc. r
WANTED AT ONCE Rawfcigh. h Mr. Simon L. Garcia Ross Hannon

:: If You Need Dealer in Wakulla Co. Write I Address Unknown March 8th will be for the General Public, Fishermen Owner S

Kawieigh PA8220-3. Memphis, You are hereby notified that a suit
for divorce has been brought against and Other Business.. ',
Office Supplies Tenn. J you In the Circuit Court of Wakulla .
, j i County Florida. In Chancery. by MuI .
Feb. 28
Business Machines 14. Mar. 7 Garcia "
I I dred and you are hereby required i
f. Office Furniture to file with the Clerk of the S .

See Call Circuit said Court suit and your to written serve appearancein a copy of SENATOR-LUTHER TUCKER 56 Oldsmobile 4 door, radio and

or same on plaintiffs attorney on or be- heater, automatic $138
fore the 15th day of March. A.D. 1983. -- --------- ------
k RANEY WHALEY Herein fail not or the Bill In this cause REP. BOBBY RUSS
CLASSIFIEDFOR will be taken pro confesso.

Witness the Honorable W. May Walker. 57 Ford 8
at'CAPITAL Convertible
SALE-Lot 123, Block 9, cy. Coupe
Judge pf the said Court and the ,
OFFICE Panacea Park Panacea, Fla. seal thereof at Tallahassee, Leon radio, heater, automatic ___ __ $795
County. Florida, this 11th day of Feb- GRAND OPENING
i EQUIPMENT CO. Contact Mrs. Minnie Lee 'Mc- ruary. A. D.. 1963. .

I 319 South Adams St, Call, Cario, Georgia. Moody Pearce F
Clerk Circuit Court
Corner E. PensaeolaTALLAHASSEE. Wakulla CountyBy 56 Chevrolet 8 cy. 4 door station

::I f, FLORIDAIN : Jerry Pearce 'j SOUTHERN TRAILER MART Wagon, radio, heater", automatic $34 5

Deputy Clerk __ _.

George L. Harper 1804 SOUTH MONROE STREET
Attorney at Law .- .

THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Crawfordville.Florida Feb. 142127Mar. 7 TALLAHASSEEFree
JUDGE. IN AND FOR WAKULLA 57 Ford 8 cy. 4 door, station

COUNTY FLORIDA. IN, PROBATE., wagon>> radio heater $4 9 5
IN ,RE: ESTATE or J H. automatic -

REHWINXEL NOTICE TO CREDITORS'DECEASED, 'Refreshments Door Prizes __'---;-________..____
All creditor of the Estate of.7. H. NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Rehwinkel. deceased herebyclaims n0t 1 NfrnCF IS KERRY GIVEN-
and required to the any Th_ Bnaitl of County Commissioners
I t t or demands which they may have nl.Wakuiia Cwntv will receive sealed 1963 SHOW OF MOBILE HOMES
I tn the office of the hE le lit the office of the Clerk of the 59
said estate Ford
against of Wakulla County "front Court in the Court House in 6_ cy. 2 door radio
1 County Judge .
Crawford- rr".ofn"'ftvtne. F1 l<1a un and until heater $995
Florida in the Courthouse at standard trans.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 9:00 o'clock A.M.. March 11. 1903 _
calendar OF THE
ithm six
j ville.months Florida.from the date of the first SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE 'and at that time publicly opened and SPECIAL SHOW PRICES from $3694 for 50 FT. BY t
read: aloud for furnishing all labor
J I publication of this beefs Eachclaim STATE WAKULLA OF COUNTY.FLORIDA IN AND FOR and materials for the Wakulla .County 10 FT. 2 BEDROOM TO $9000 FOR A 50 FT. BY 24
demand must wnttngand IN CHANCERY .
or Uvr tock PavilionAll
must state the place of residence BAP. INCORPORATED a J ",ork shall be done accordance FT. WIDE 3 BEDROOM, 1BATH."Let's .
j and post-office address of the claimantand corporation. j with the drawings and specifications 57 Buick 4 door hard
must be sworn to by.the claimant Plaintiff. > Nu. Work shall be in accordance with contract top, radio $6 9 5
I i his come agent void or according attorney or law.it will levs., JOHN. WILLIAM BROCK and )> 1112 Instructions documents la pertaining bidders and thereto contract Trade for What You Have for and heater, automatic, 1. owner

I Executor ofto the Estate of SARA CLYDEAN SHOCK ) which drawing and specifications in- -
J. H. Rehwinkel. Deceased. his wife, t itructions, contract documents and What You Need."
Carl Rehwinkel Defendants ) form of contract may be secured or
Feb. 28 March 7. 14. 21 NOTICE OF SUIT examined at the office of the County .
f To: JOHN WILLIAM BROCK and Agent tn the Court House in Craw- 57 Chevrolet
SARA CLYDEAN BROCK his l fordvtlle. Florida, 8 cy. 2 door radio
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: wile whose residence is unknown General Contractors may secure heater : $745
Notice Is hereb' given of our intention : drawings and specifications from the We Trade for Aynthing of Value. ..
to have Introduced In the Legislature You are hereby required to file your office of the County Agent tn Craw. ... .
a Bill to create establish and organize written defenses if any. in the above fordviUe. for a deposit of S10.00. per "
a municipality to be known and in set with a limit of two seta per con.
proceedings this Court and serve a
The Town of St. Marks tractor.
designated Florida to as define its territorial boun iupy fur the of plaintiff the same on upon or before the attorney the 4th Each bid must be submitted in SOUTHERN TRAILER MART
strict accordance with the
daries. and to provide for its govern day of March 1963. the nature of proposal
form. fully completed. which proposal 4 5
franchise 53 $1
ment. Jurisdiction powers which proceeding being a suit lofureMose form *ill be shown in the speclftcaaons. Chevrolet 2 door, runs good
and privileges and providing an effective
a mortgage from John WU- 1804 S., MONROE ST.
date.DATED hem Brock and Sara Clydean Brock Each bid must be' accompanied by a
this 28th day of February.A. his wife to Bevis Construction Compn certified, check or -a bid bond; made
D. 1963. >ti inc.. M corporation, said mortgage payable to the Board of County: Commissioners TALLAHASSEECounty .
being dated December 3.. 1958. 01 Wakulla County- tn .h@
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE aria recorded in Mortgage Book 2i/. on amount of 19 per cent of the amount i
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF page 113. of the public records of Wa- bid. School Voting for the motion was Mr. 56 Chevrolet 6 cy. 4 door: heater
FLORIDA IN AND FOR WAKULLA kuUd County. Florida and encumbering Bidders qualifications must be satisfactory $395isPlymouth
COUNTY. lr CHANCERY. No. 1186 the following property situate, lyw.g to the board and the board Posey Mr. Paulk, Mr. Gowdy, and 5
J. R. Lynn and Lime Lynn a,and to-wit being; in Wakulla County. !FlorMJ reserves the in right any bid to waive and to all reject informalities Board MinutesFEBRUARY :Mr. Crum. ,
his wife. .
Lot No. 11. Block 22.. of the any or all bids or to accept any bid
Plaintiffs Moved by Mr. Posey and seconded
and -
east unit of Paivawtt Mineral any combination of alternatesthat 25, 1963:
Tommy vs. Bo>'kln. also known. Springs Property. Inc.. 'as perplat for the in the best boards interest judgment of the will board.be The Wakulla County School by Mr. Paulk that the Board '

.as Ernestine TomnYie Bojkln Bovkln., his and wife. Book of No.1..M1U Page record five in(5)PUt of Board Wakulla of County.County Florida Commissioners, Board met in regular session at adjourn. 6 cy. 4 door $295

D Francis, L. Haddock.Haddock Jr.his and wife. County.the Public Florid.Records. of WakulU Feb. J 21., D.28 Turner' chairman The Chairman Mr. Crum called Voting for the motion was Mr.

Defendants. DONE ana ORDERED at Craw- I 7:00 Posey, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Gowdy and
p.m., February 25, 1963;
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE tordvi le. Florida this. nth day of
FORECLOSURE SALE February, 1962. the meeting: to order with the Mr. Crum.
: ,Henry A. Crum, ALFORD
Clerk of
the Circuit CourtBy following members
present: Mr.
Notice Is hereby given pursuant to Jerry Pearce INCOME FOR PART OR FULL IC.HEVROLET
a Final Decree of Foreclosure dated Clerk Posey, Mr. Paulk Mr. Chairman S
1963 and entered in Deputy TIME WORK' Gowdy. Mr.
Chancery Case 22. No. 11B8 of the Circuit GIBBONS COFER, GI3BONS. TUCKER & WE SECURE LOCATIONS FOR Roddenberry came in later. :,' C.::} L. Townsend

Court of the. Second Judicial Circuit of Attorneys fur Plaintiff TESTERS Superintendent
Florida in and for Wakulla County. The plans and specifications for CO.
tlla First National Bank Bldg. Male or female, wanted for this I
in the above styled cause. I will sell to 1'ainpa 2. Florida the Crawfordville
the highest and best bidder for cashat Feb. 71421.01FEET area to service route for Sylvania and 5
the front door of the Wakulla County & R.C.A. television and radio tubes Band Room Building have been returned .

Courthouse between the in hours Crawfordville.of 11:00: a.m.Florida.and \\.;':,: ." '-'<' >':: sold through our latest modern by Barrett Daffin &: Bisho I
2:00 o'clock p.m. online 11 the day of .:> i ::.v > method free self-service tube test-
March. A. D. 1963. the following described ing and merchandising units. Will architectural firm of Tallahassee CELEBRITYS
property in Wakulla Count. ,. A'g not interfere with your present Florida. :
Florida as set 'forth In said final de ;,., : ; :
cree. to-wit: I: employment. To qualify you must Moves by Mr. Posey and second- ,
Lot Number One (U in Block "M :i i' HURT? have $1,476.60 to 2953.20 cash .
of Sast St. Marks a subdivision in : CUSHIONED' available immediately for inven ed-by Mr. Gowdy that the Minutes -.

Two Government(2)). Township Lot Two Four 12), 141 in Section South. ,::.t:t., INNERSOLE tory and equipment,) investment of February 11, 1963 be approved 19.-INCH PO"RTABLt : :
: :-:
Range One .111 East as shown by secured. Car 5 spare hours week- as.read. .t .
of said subdivision of record t < YOUCANWALKINSTiIEANOCOMPoaiSHOES I could ,,
plat on ly, net up to 6000.00 per ';: <. ,"
page 2 of Plat Book No. 1 of the in Voting for the motion was Mr. : ,, .e"
public records of Wakulla County year your spare time, should be ..:! .,\..> .
'Florida. .MAPP able to start at once. This company Gowdy ?,fr.. Posey Mr. Paulk, Mr.
Moody Pearce will extend financial
as- Crum
Roddenberry was
Clerk Circuit Court. WakuilCounty. a ;" sistance to full time if desired. Do Big-Screen Portabilita Big-Screell Pleasure
Florida. :rp, FOR MEN AND WOMEN absent. .
(Seal) not answer unless fully qualifiedfor .
1 time .., with v lv ty-soft. air-cushioned ; time and investment. Income Moved by Mr. Roddenberry and .
innersoles and buoyant support ,
should start immediately. Business seconded by Mr. Gowdy that the

Fill Cracks AndS f:::': to tiat the savings arches and. .expert. For substan-Factory. j' or set experience up for you.is not Selling necessary., soliciting For,I following from Mr. Jimmy 0. ," ,

:?::1;: Fitting..Service consult! personal interview in your city- Helms be made a part of the

:;: : ::: <' lOtAl KNAPP ccmaot I please include your Phone Number I Minutes: : '
Holes BetterHandles : :rTOiit; and WRITE ,.; < a
:) I Route 2Crawfordville ,

lib putty.Hardens like wood. CX4PANACEA. I 6267 NATURAL BRIDGE I Florida ':i; ,
FLA. PINE LAWN 20, MO. January 23, 1963 -. .
I .. .
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PLASTIC : '', II ,
WOOD'Th : .' .>....., <.' ,.. I I Board of.-Public: Instruction 't...: :
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Genuine" No Substitute. / Wakulla CountyCrawfordville '
t Florida I f :
.. Dear Sirs:

; I. Tallahassee Business Firms .J I've certainly enjoyed and learned -

a great deal about school fin-
fi t
ance from my work as Finance :

Officer for the Board of Public

.5 : DIRECTORYPatornize Instruction the past eighteen ", .

months. .
I shall always be grateful 'to .

v erttserst ,. you and the other personnel who .

have helped me to successfully do 1

my job and to prepare for a more
Baker-Alford challenging one. 1.

.' The Parts Hotue"Anything O. I. GRAMLING Proctor & Proctor Since I have been offered an ,

opportunity to make considerable

for your auto truck & CO. In progress within m{ chosen field,
I' or tractor. Also for your power
lawnmower and much for your Cadillac:" Pontiac I am submitting this resignation.
boat. for VauxhallSALES In accordance with your request, .. :..
Feed -
208 N.Adams St. JPh. 222-3380 Seed Fertilizer AND following our revious conr eraa-
Poultry Supplies tion I have terminated employ-

S Garden ToolsSo. OUTBOARD MERCURY MOTORS ment effective January 23, 1963.I ,.- ,QUALITY CONVENIENCE

A 5. assure: you that I will continueto e
w Adams at S.A.L.R.R.. Factory-Trained Mechanic: be interested in the .- "Daylight Blue" Picture. e ControIsJbr picture and
5 215 progressof -
1 Little Folks Crossing NORTH ADAMS STREET The soft blue tint added to sound arc top mounted near
Store a our county school system and
Phones G-E's
222.0830.2230989Flint picture the --
screen convenient
Phone results
..me.t 223-0173 carrying ,
at any time that I may be of in whiter handle < .
whites in J
"The sharper a recessed
service by sharing some of the -
contrasts, brighter "
Majors for Minors"Ckildren't pictures.
Furniture Toy -, experiences which I have gained ,. Fold-away, luggage-type ""
Garnet, Hobbies during my employment, please feel Dust-Sealed Safety Win carrying handle Model
55 dow
4: Baby Accessories F. R MeFEEDS free to call on me. M200.Tully's .
133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 Light Weight and Regular LL
Many thanks and best wishesin Ni-
Concrete-Blocks j Impart
Polystyrene Cabinet $ I-L95' .
your efforts to produce a sound -
Hanson Wood and school e.
system. Compact Slimjiihouette;

Hoel Ind., Inc Sincerely, : Sly mg- -% I U'i ,.

', : ,'" '. S. Adams St. at 4PointsTel. Jimmy O. Helms S S :;

; ... 222-5840 P. O. Box 661 River Mills The Board wishes to express .- 4. '

2015 S. Monroe .Ph. 223-0274 their regrets in accepting Mr. :- -"

J. S .Capi.tali.Stone-Coe I Jimmy 0. Helm's resignation ;.., .. .. ;'f I

However they wish him ... '
; every .- '.' .. .: :<
Since 1908 .: kuecees in his '- "
new position ;)/>,1:. .

MARBLE GRANITE J y eager,- :: Voting for the motion WM Mr. 01- .
i ,BRONZE Gowdy, Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. \ .

5..' ... ,- .Inc Paulk, Mr. Posey and Mr. Crum. -' -
MEMORIALS S. F Seeds-Fertilizer-Baby Chicks -
5- Mr. hal
Roddenberry to leave:
-. .Cemetery Work ef AU Farm Supplies Motor Service
; Types Insurance and Bonds 5'..iJ.Cor. -'. 5 the meeting. I

596 W. Games & Tel.' .Gaines and-Woodward Sts. Moved
,. 223-0719: 214 S. Adams St-Tel. 222-4680 by :Mr. Posey and second

Walter.F,.Bachan, Mgr .","" ,. v. : : .I .', S ;:reL5960' ed by Mr. Gowdy that the bills

".' t -' "' l!' :.. :, ". be paid a* presented. "


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I By Loufee
l" Miss: Annette Porter, bride elect _1 I IO
I of Fred .Stricdwan: honored u

at a mbcelleanoas ahower Thursday I
Seminar 4
., evening at seven thirty. The .
shower was given by the YJ5.&S -

f' in:the social hall of the Methodist SEMINARS WEED PLANTING GUIDE FOR VEGET BLE GARDENS

Church in Sopcboppy. "
+ There were forty-fire attendingand CONTROLTear a PlaHarett P.naUcreep
:- the varieties seed/maate lpula Ia treas. D:;& PlaaUac Yield Dad.isSW.
apodal guest were the .
j, .,a.. lows Plants mein Dates MU tea' Dar.atBeans
l: honoree's mother,Mrs Willie Mae This Listing wp Black Valentine Tendergreen. I I lb. IS.30 2-3 I!h.2 Mar.-Apr T .cs S0-60 _
I # Porter and her fiance'a mother Out and Save Contender Au0:Sept.
Mrs. Epsie Strickland Cherokee (wax)
The color echeme waa carried nra.I.OY.OAY OAt[ :'. 8elns, Pole Kentucky Wonder, Morse 191, I Ib. 40J8+ 15.18 12 AAar.-Jtm. T 80 6065i
out in pink and white. A -em zr.wcT E : -i .
corsage M. Y CS Bans, UIN Fordhook 2"2, I lb. 26-.c8 12-15 fl' -2 Mar:June T 50 65.75
of pink and white rose buds was Tallahassee. ...... '. .: Henderson, Jackson Wonder
p, presented to the honoree by the Beets Earty Wonder Detroit Dark 1 oz 14.24 3.5 Y4-1 SeDt-Mar. H 75. 60-70.
WSCS. A bridal centerpleee of I Rfd, Early Blood Turnip
pink roses was used, and the tables tr.s.'H, ; Carrots Imperator Danv.rs., Red Yt oz. 16-24 1.3 Yr Sept.-Mar. H 100 70-75

I : were laid with a pink raw silk L.kr AFlrlrw./6..a.4..dm..I J '"'.. _J Ji....ltedlcJa. Cored Chantenav .
,C' cloth white lace. :: Collards Georgia. .75 pits. '2"-30 1..18 Y Feb:Mar. H 150 50.55t
over Refreshments .
; C 0%) SeDt.-Nov.
of cake and punch waa eenr- Cpm, Sweet loaM, Golden Cross Bantam 1 lb. 34..2 12.18 Y4 Mar:Apr. T 15 80.85
, ... and.a pink minature umbrella Aristogold, many others .
f I'id given to each guest. Miss TallahasseeFlowers COMPLETE ,Cucumbers Marketer, Colorado, 1 or. 48-60 15-24 ) _% Feb.-APr. T 100 50-S5

Porter received many beautiful Straight 8Eggpl.nt
I gifts. FLORIST ( Fort -Myers Market, Florida 30 pits. 36-42 36..8 .14 Feb.-Mar. T 200 80-85
-- Market, Florida Beauty (%-oz.) .
Miss Susan Wright has returned &.. Candy Inc. SERVICE lettuce Great Lakes, White Boston Y4 oz. .12-18 12.18 3A Feb.-Mar. H 7S 5Wi0,
from the hospital after an illness Bibb, Black 5eeled Simpson (leaf) Seot
of Pneumonia. Her condition is .'Muskmelons. Smith's Perfect, Hale's Best I oz. 70-S0 48. O 3A Mar:Apr. T 150 75-90 ,
still considered serious. Susan is Cantaloupes No 36 ,Rocky Ford

the little daughter of Mrs. Rochelle Mustard. Southern Giant Curled, Florida. I OL 1..2. .c.6 Jar-Mr. H 100 0-45 I' .

Wright and Mr. Buddy Wright.Friends Broad Leaf' Seat.-Mav 50-55 '
.. Okra Clemson 5rN'reelcis' Early Dwarf 2 0z. 2..0 18.2.4 1-2 Mar..Mav T 70
and relatives of Mr. -- ,
"' Green, Perkins Long Green Au
I Jack :Morris are glad to know 'Formerly Tillman's- :., Peas, Southern Brown Crowder, Blackeye 1 1Pi Ibs. 30-36 2.3 1-2 Mar.eMlv T 80 70-80
he is home from the .' .
Veterans ::, Pepper (sweet) California Wendlr World Beater 60 DIts2036 18.2" Y Feb.-APr. T 50 70-S0
Hospital in Lake City and is 're- 105 EAST,:;.,:JEFFERSON':STREET hot) Hungarian Wax, Cayenne (%-oz.)
covering.Mrs. ";" Potatoes, Irish Pontlae 15 lb!. 36-42. 12.15 4.8 Jan:Feb. H. 150 80-9S

L. a Sapp and Mrs. Robert :.,: ( : .Potatoes, Sweet Unit No.1 Porto Rico 80 pits. .c8.5" 18.2" Mar..June T 75 120.1..0

Griffin were visitors of Mrs. Jeanette < : Bunch Porto Rico -
Land and son Tracy in Panama .",: .,.... .... Radish Early Scarlt Globe, Scarlet I OL .12.18 1.2 3A Oct.Mar. H 40 20-25
I "':. '> Turnip White Tipped, Cincinnati
: .
City Wedne PdaY. : Market

I Mrs. Cora Lee Meadows of Tallahassee .. 'PHONE. :[224-5023:.TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDAor : .' Spinach. Virginia Savoy .BIoomsd.I. long 2 oz. 1..18 3.5 3A Oct:Nov. H 40 .co-.cS .

visited: her parents, Mr. WA 6.3301 CRAWFORDVILLE Standing, Dark Green Savoy Jan-Feb.
& Mrs. Noise Roddenberry Thurs < Squash, Summer r1y'Yeliow Summer Crooknec14 2 o%. 2"8 42..8 Y4 Mar..Apr T ISO 45.60

day. .., CoconUe,ZucchinI, Early Pro- Aug. ,
I tifle Straightneck Table Queen,
Pleasant C.: Vause son of Mr. Patty Pan .. .-

& Mrs. Claxton. Vause, completed Tomatoes Marplobe, Rutgers, (unst.ked) ,35 P In. ,
I recruie training recently at the NOW IS THE TIME Grothens, Ponderosa '- C t/4 01.) 0.60 36..0 J.i teb.. .,Auo. T 12S 75-1'
Naval Training Center (staked}.. 70 pits. S .
Great (Y4 ozJ 36..8 18.2 u Feb-Aug. T 200 75.85

I at Lakes San Illinois.Francisco He is,now California.stationed We Carry a Complete Line ',of :. .. .... .Tumips Japanese Foli.ge Globe tShogoin) I oz. 12-20' 4.6 Yz4 J.n..At"Aug.-Oct. H 150 ...050Purple"Top .

Pleasant is a highTachool graduateof Watermelon Congo, Florida Giant, KI.ckley 2 oz. 90-120 60-S 2 Mar.Apr. T .00 80-100
Sopchoppy. Garden Seeds in Bulk: Sweet, New Hampshire Midget .

t c, The M.Y.F. district youth rally
of Apalachecola, Sopchoppy, Cta- Complete Una of
rabelle and Crawfordville was held Also Fertilizer. Feeds-Garden Tools Fertilizer- Seeds Insecticides

at the Methodist Church in Apalachecola .

.., 2:45-until Sopchoppy 7 Sunday o'clock.Methodist evening"A group attended from fromthe PIGOTT'S. STOREMEDART O. I. GRAM'LING CO. -

I the meeting 1010 SOUTH ADAMS ST. PHONE 223.0173 ,
The community welcomes back .

j, I Mr. & Mrs. Walter Harms Mr. -.
Harms retired from Sears Feb. .

28th after 10% yean of Service. .

He was of the 7 .... '.,. .
manager Shoe Dept. ', :
''. ,, : -: .,
t ..
in. th old vtore and when the new We Give TOP VALUE Stamps :
store: opened he was made Mgr., **
of the Boys Dept. The entire S '

staff ,of the store gave him a TALLAHASSEE THEATRES ; -
farewell party Monday morning .
before the store opened for busi FLORIDA STATE MARCH

'- ness. Mr. Harms .was- presented trGregory
Al.; with a set of luggage a wrist 'J\NGS"\
: watch-and a fishing outfit
;r.;: Mr. &: Mrs Ralph Brown are Now Showfq Friday! aDd Saturday \

: moving Mar. 1st.;, into their ,new Natalie Wood '
f" home at Riverview Homesites .Warren Beatty APRILSave UO"Iftl'J)11

I'f.. Mr. '& Mr. Willard Sprague of Peck CoHit'SPLENDOR Jr

" for other parts of Fla. after spend_ IN a .
ft.; Ellrton Michigan left Monday
h .
ing a week with their son, Rev 'TOKILLAMOCKINGBIRD" Donahue c4ldr:;; up to $50.00 when you r I
;.- Richard Sprague and family in !:: switch to electric cooking and -
r' Connie Stevens ot cz:> C C%) <:) Q)
..... the Methodist parsonage, water heating during March -- _

i.,." "SUSAN SLADE" ana April. If you change -" .._-::;''' .,....
from a fuel-type stove "
or water
\ 1
heater to flameless electric, of' : I
Lt. Col. and Mrs. AI Holcomb of we will .' :
,. pay you a '
Tampa weft the weekend guest oft OUTDOOR ON WOOBVULE{ HWY.HHHHHC. wiring allowance for each 0 ..? I

her Mr. and .
parents Mrs. Steve appliance. See your dealer and I
: Coggins.: .
take advantage of this i
: Tonight thru SaturdayShowing saving.
r Mrs. Paul Kreager, Jr. has Tonight thru Saturday -
returned 7 S5 It's just In time for those .I..'N' j .
r, home after a visit in-Atlanta oo-te:25 !
with her son, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gordon "Tarz.a" Scott Sandra Dee .. busy days ahead when the -

;.... Kreager and family. Her infant 'Samson and the 7 "IFAMANANSWERS" kids bring home heartier -

t., grandson returned with her for Miracles of theWorld" appetites and dirtier clothes. ;
F. .a visit with his grandparents. c ,0
i' ,
Co-Hit 9:25
Mrs. Shirley Tooke and sons re ..
'. Co-Hit 8:50 Elvis Presley"FOLLOVT3AT ; RI _
; turned to their home at Eau Gallie
after a visit with her parents Mr. qMJduaell. "oIae I
"Prisoner of the
', and Mrs. W. E. Mock. We are DREAM"

; happy to report that,Mr. Mock is hot Iaak" I
i: home still improving after his :
-. '
eye surgry. 1.ITo :

I Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Kenneth James Roberta A.. Fueford and, SUWANNEE STORE $50 LIVE

Mrs. Nettie Strickland and son, ; ,;.
I Gordon, spent last week in Miami CRAWFORDVILLE, FLA. BETTER
j. vacatIoning -
t Patients at Tallahassee Memorial LAWRENCE GLOVER, MGR. AL.lO NCES TION
.:. Hospital are Mrs. Vester Quality mails'' Reserved G
Culverson and Cecil Denham.
t' .
t Both are improving. Mrs. Bertie .
r Coggins, Mrs. Nancy Pope and SHOP W. Have a anpl.t8: HERE, .

Mrs. Jewel Franklin have re- ofor \ .

turned' home after being hospitalized LINE Of MEATS .. ..
i f .last week. lJ-

:'A -Mr. H. .H. DeShazo left Wednesday .. .. tameless ELECTRIC COOKING
CUT: 10 ORDER 7 -
: to return to East Orange, ','" -
J. due to serious illness in his .WEEKrEND- SPECIALS Turn a dial and get precision heat to help
1N. .
1,. ,. you make the tastiest dinners you ever served. .
; family. -.- -. -. And clean electric cooking makes kitchens stay cooler t
r$ j Mrs Thelmsi Clenny and sister,t ., r:. )_';."',.' -.> brighter, for there is no soot or fuel film. 0 R
;j Mrs Thomas McGhee enjoyed a '. Tabk ow Hose :
: .. .
; days last week in St. Peters- ;" a
. 'Ifew S .:. : Fhmeless V .

.f" !1 Mrs. Bobbie Bbunt and Mrs. .,.. Guarantee yourself plenty of hot water for the busy
t Newell Ladd attended the Community days ahead with a quick
;',' : Cancer forum at-Tallahas- I :: -:- -,25 I Ibs. $2. 25 .- 4,.- r: S You will like the way you recovery can install it anywhere water heater.

:see Memorial Hospital on Monday;r in the house-even in an interior closet,
night because there are no flues; Ws flimsiest! 1

{f" Mrs. Ruby Shields of Bradford --' 1 i

Mass 'and her sister of Detroit, SiekJeysCiii 1
Li-hbyTeaato t-
'Mich.,, are visiting Mr. .and Mrs. :-- % _

i:' .Curtis Sh llds.. Mr. and Mrs.. JUICE46oz.Can29c.. ...., Green .Beans303can19c .
t.- Chris Aahton and daughter, Mr. ; ,
and Mrs. Tillman Register and I = : ; i pireb75
: 5
{i children, and Mrs: J. B, Smith of .
: ., .
Tallahassee were also the weekend ? aa i
guest of Mr. ,and Mrs. Shields.
'- Mr. andMrs. Edward Ward and
r -
r : 'Stekles. SmaI S j Efl H FLORIDA POWER
;:- daughter of Tampa spent the weds Stokfeys Graua Style CORPORATION ,

end with his paresia. Mr. and, 1' .
Mrs. Jack Ward. .Mr. Ward it CORK "
,; .
Ira '
; BOW teaching one of.the Tampa \
p, : .' school : __(i 210r .. .
303 45c.
can -" '
-, : : 303 can 2 for 33c -: -

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: rhursday, February 28, 1963 MEDART NEWSMrs. S .5-. S ,. ;,"J
Mary Davis and Mrs. I ti-.
to local wholesale business of your .
Nannie Durrance of Tallahassee Opportunity own a :
visited in the county Thursdayafternoon own. Business completely set up for you. No experience. I i ,.
Fishing Dates and evening with their needed. Male or female. No age limit, if in good health. ; j.J
On brothers and other relatives.Mrs. ,," .
: RefugeSport Virgil Pigott and childrenof will deliver- and collect from local. retail'stores. Must I <
fishing will open on part Crestview arrived Wednesdayto have auto, references and a min. $1001.47 to $20002.94. = _- aallt 2..,:.
of the Panacea Unit of the Sty spend a few days with Mr. and Investment secured by inventory. Write for personaf inter- ;::.;,.'--".

Mark National Wildlife Refuge Mrs. Steve Pigott. They were view giving name, address, phone no. and past history to;'
on March 1, according to Paul joined by Virgil for the weekend. MORGAN ASSOCIATES .1 DJhe..AIcIres3 -.

Kreager, Refuge Manager. This is Also Mr. and Mrs. Pappy Council 1628 San Marco Blvd. Suite 14 Jacksonville 7, Florida ..4CUA.CO _
:: 'f.
an area posted southwest of the and son and Mr. and Mrs. Paul

town of Panacea. Pigott and son spent Sunday with ... ., .,
Sport fishing will also open on the Steve Pigotts. --=-- .
Wakulla and St. Marks
Mr. and Mrs.Noah Posey of Mt.
of the reguge on May 1. These latter
Dora brought Mrs. Raymond Poee7-
areas comprise the St. Marks home Friday and spent the week-
Lighthouse and Shell Point areas.
State fishing license is end.Mr. 4'
and,Mrs Jay Crutchfield of .-
accordance with State regula- Panama City spent the weekend .
tions. will be >
permitted with Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Pigott. ,;*
from one hour before sunrise to

one hour after sunset. No permits Coco Harry, Pbu White, and Tommy and family White and of 16 the Same out -,
are required for the use of boats, .
family of Rhode Island spent some "
(- but no motors are permitted and time last week with their parents -
boats must be removed from the Mr. and Mrs. Bob White. First [

.refuge fishing.No .at the close of each day's time long Tommy time. has been home for a 1111t ._ 1eJJoune3ijren1

fires are permitted on the Mrs. Steve Pigott and Mrs.Virgil
refuge except at designated place, Pigott visited Saturday afternoonin '
... consisting of the Otter Lake Picnic Sopchoppy with Mr. Bernard ... ; tf your home has that dreary, weathered look,

, area and the picnic area on the Pigott and in Shadeville with Mrs. ... ; do wonders for It.
road to the St. Marks Lighthouse.The r .. .> paint can -
Judy Pigott and children.Dr. .,
above areas will be open to and Mr*. Goode of Lanark ; -r" feel crowded ,
J. : if beginning to ,
Of you're .
police and line rod and reel fish.ing Village visited ...
Friday .
with the use of artificial and with Mr. and Mrs. John Pigott SIN S ... one or two more rooms, a finished attic,
live baits -. J
permitted. ',
and family. FLORIDA the .
Creel limits will be the same as ". __ new closet space can add amazingly to
Dr. R. E. Ashmore and
- general permitted by the State for the of Tallahassee, Emmett Farrell family BEER IS A NATURAL :. .. .. .'" comfort and happiness of the whole family.

area. Jr., ,and family of Crawfordville :
also Sport be fishing permitted type but trot they lines mustbe will were visitors in the community As natural as the wholesome grains and tangy hops from > : ..-" Whatever your home improvement plans may be. J.-
Saturday afternoon. which it is brewed beer is Florida's traditional beverage of S -
removed from the water at the let us help you finance the cost. You'lllike
close of each day's'. fishing.The Congratulations are in store for moderation light, sparkling delicious. _
Panacea Unit area south of Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Tice on the And naturally Florida's Brewing Industry is proud to be a our low rates, prompt service, "-
arrival of a baby boy Friday morn- major purchaser of Florida products and raw materials. For
State Highway 372 will remain
open to fresh water fishing until ing, weighing 6 Ibs. 1 os. Richard example the Brewing Industry is responsible for millions of 5- S convenient repayment plan.
and Miss Linda dollars paid annually to Florida farmers forpulpwood/ to be
December 31, 1963. All other areas are happy about -
the made into cardboard boxes and cartons. Millions more are u -
new baby too. Medart is really
will close as of the night of October '
15, 1963.Anyone growing, this makes the third arrival -spent for other Florida materials and services. In Florida 5 IS S" TcS8.Al\i

desiring additional information in the community in little beer belongs...enjoy it. LW .
over a month. -
relative to fishing on .

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