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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: June 27, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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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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-. 'VOLtfJm 64-NUMBER_ 44'. CkAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA Thursday,June 27, 1963 I PRICE 10 CENTS PER COPY

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: by Rnmfll Kay -_TAJl'PA-A pair of 14-day old If Home Has live-digit ZIP Code U S23S5,
",1 Last, week end attended theSpring lion, cabs,named Caspar and nia, Joan March, Worded Postmaster Cogdill announced to- "
'. contention of the Florida" snarled Director, Pint Clean I
their day.
way across the desk ormution Center. I
'. Public Relations AaodatIon'at. of .Joe Mickler,, Gasparilla Execu- Quality RoofWhen 1" "Everyone In Saint Marks Floe rid

Grand 'Bahama. ive Director, at the Chamber of Do you use disinfectants in : will use this ZIP Code on, f .I.
Our croup assembled at the Port Commerce buflding. Caspar and your home? Eighty-one percentof all their correspondence to speed )
a couple buying the women interviewed in a I4
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of Palm: Beach at noon Thursdayand ma"were formally accepted as the their first home looks at a house recent Gallup. survey' do. Big : mail deliveries and reduce the
boarded the cruise ,hipssGrand : official mascots of the Gasparilla they tend to see a rose-covered uses in bathroom cleaning but : chance of m -eent maO," Postmaster -
Bahama for the four hour Krewe. cottage their dream house. The more than half the respondentsuse ; Cogdill said. '

'trip to the island.. Park Director Frank Neff offered mortgage officer of their lending institution disinfectants: in general ZIP Code, the Post Office Department's .
.. however sees it quite dif cleaning. Here's how to lower
The ship, built in Denmark,and the use of .the lions to ferently. He pictures the house as the germ count all around revolutionary new system
rebuilt this'year just for the Cari- rampa's annual worldlfamousGasparilla ) it will look after years of wear and your house. of improved mall dispatch and

bbean service, offered every facility celebration, stating. tear.Scott BABY'S ROOM keep high delivery, goes Into effect nationally

for a delightful luxury "These lions will be seen by millions Hancock, mortgage officerof chair, bathinette, and crib clean on July 1.Postmaster.
the Ponca City (Okla.) Savingsand and reasonably germ free by lI the
cruise, completely air-conditioned of people in press, and TV, Cogdill stressed
Loan Association that a big sponging furnishings dally witha '
with spacious, comfortable lounges} and we're happy to "put them, to factor in determining the says amount ofa pine oil cleaner-disinfectant r : importance of all citizens of Saint ":
sun deck, game"room, dining rooms work" in publicizing Tampa's loan to be made on a house is solution mixed with water as Marks learning this city's ZIP
and bars offered us all the fun biggest yearly attraction. Gaspar quality.Quality in design materials the manufacturer recommends. I il:4' Code and using It in their return
entertainment we. could ask and Ilia will also be available to and construction indicates,that the Rinse small-fry furniture with address on all correspondence. In
house will maintain maximum value lots of clear warm water after -
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for: t:: the thousands children wanting for the longest time with minimum using any disinfectant. : answering, mail, she said, ZIP -
Luncheon was served on board to I Codes taken from return addresson
pet and play with them. They'llbe maintenance or replacement. BATHROOM Eight out of --
and it was an excellent meal. docile as kittens-until about 6 "The higher the quality rating "10 women use disinfectantshere. incoming mall should be used. j
When we reached International months old, after which they will the higher the loan we can make** Clean, disinfect and de- t a Jw The ZIP' Code Is literally the

waters,'the game room,was openedand be retired to a comfortable ion Hancock says.Among odorize all porcelain and tile I last word in mall addreesiag.M
the gang had fun losing their compound at the Zoo." the building elements -shower sinks curtains, bowls, and and bathmats tubs f I Mrs Cogdill said. "It should follow f

money to on..armed'banditS that The colorful new Gasparilla that Ponca receive City"special Savings quality and ratingson Loan's by using a pine oil product.COMMUNICATION ; the city and state in add.esass. ..

were operating on a lOc,- 25c. hoe, folders, with design. and layout.by appraisal.cards'are bathroom floors LINES I ."
and $1.00 basis, Louis .Benito Agency, printed by and walls, built-in appliances foun- keep communication lines free I She cited this example of the

I,never was much of a ,gambler HiDsboro Printing nd. Lithography dations, room arrangement and mouthpiece of germs. Sponge occasionally phone with and a i proper use of ZIP Code: .

and I' am well .cause of the fact are available free for general roofing.. pine oil disinfectant solutionespecla.lly : .; Essie M. Cogdill "1.'
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that you cant:beat'a slot machine distribution to travel racks, labeled-We look shingles for because a roof with the labelis In the sneezy season. 'U. S. Post Office

but I got more than my money's enclosures in business correspondence a reliable guide not only. to fire HOUSEKEEPING TOOLS Saint Marks, Florida 82355
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worth for the two bucks I lost as ,and to: individuals who resistance but also to durability," cloths mops,, cellulose and sponges favorite, d clean-us t- ?'i-- The new ZIP Code plan Mrs.'

it kept.me entertained .for nearlyan would like to mail them to out-of- he explains.He up gadgets your do a better job if _,$.I' T;f Cogdill said, for the first time will

hour. town; friends. Each year Tampa's points out that although the they are clean and disinfected. : .: permit the Post Office Department
While the Grand Bahamas are Pirate: Invasion becomes bigger association doesn't require that asphalt After each use soak your"tools"in to shortcut repeated address
shingles on homes it finances solution of oil cleaner ,
The a pine
hotel
British, the principal and more colorful' now being considered carry the Underwriters' Labora- and hot water.SICKROOMS. '; reading. "
Grand Bahama is one of the Jack one of the major festivals tories label, they will not allow as all aroundthe "The address on mail must of '
Tar chain and the, atmosphere is In the United States and drawingan much on a loan if the house doesn't sickroom ;sanitation means ten be) read as many as eight or'

less British than is the case at estimated 700,000 visitors dur- have them.A e'cleanliness plus. Disinfect and ten times by postal employees, to
Nassau or. Jamaica. The hotel ng- the one full week of piratical UL-labeled asphalt shingle clean at the same time by using JANET SUZZANNB RUSS get it to theproper destination
roof usually costs only about $20 a pine oil disinfectant In the 1
Announced
4 sprawls all over several acres revelry, beginning the second Monday to $40 more than the nonlabeledroof wash and the recommended Engagement Mrs. CogdUi said. "Each handling.

r with 950 rooms,. excellent convention each February. ,but it can save the home owner dilution on floors and furniture.For Representative and- Mrs. Bobby ployed by the Florida' Industrie 1 slows the process of matt dispatch I

facilities International shops, hundreds of dollars'over the years. a 6" of tight free "Ho* .- Russ of CrawfordviUe announce Commission. "# and adds to the opportunity for
swimming Reroofing, which costs anywhere hold Iliats" leaflet and Cleaning
the world's largest a
the of their daughter Hurray'.was graduated fro human error.
Marine between $300 and $600, engagement ,
Study dependingon Cheeklitt, write to CR
and other advantages.Xxrlu Dept. dark needs i
pool, many -With ZIP Code, a
the size of the house, will not be Pine Cleaner Information Center anet Suzzanne, to Murray Mon- Sopchoppy High School and is i I a',''
v In Miami' required nearly soxsoon, Hancocksays. 1028 Conneetifut Avenue, Washington roe McLaughlin son of Mr. and Sophomore at Florida State Unl-mnly to glance at"the code to know ,
tourist hotel 1C Is de- national I Ie
Strictly a Immediately to what area,
6, D.CA Mrs. A. J.. McLaughlin of edart. versity. .
_signed-'to 'weei.the- ivseds:of the The new flesh! behavior building' The' twenty ors so' dollars'.extra. f- ..* -...- '., -Janet was graduated'from_Craw*. The weddingJs planned for lat ltatpost office the letter is I
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vacationer.: Varied entertainmentis at4 th. Institute of" Marine paid for the quality shingles mean destined and to speed 1on lit -I 4
fordville High School and is em- AuguaL' *
practically nothing to a home owneron
offered/' Wand tours, ther'vrlth Science, University of Miami, his monthly payments when.' I way, cutting up to 24 hours off' 1

'.' a guide 'or drive It yourself car. moved a step closer to reality this spread over the term of the mortgage the time time between deposit and I
Deep, sea fishing, the finest in the, week with a $7,500 gift ,by the he explains.In delivery." .

world with every variety of game Beaumont Foundation. The contribution determining the amount of a Mrs. Cogdill said that when ZIP

fish. awaiting' your challenge. was made to equip a loan on a new home, the mortgage Code Is in full swing, the United
Bo&ts..of' every description areavauable special facility in the medical unit lender must assure himself that the States will have "the most modern
house can,always be resold for as
for charter or drive-it- of the building. much as'or more than the amount system of mail distribution and I
yourself .skiffs, scuba diving it Recently another large contribution of the outstanding loan. A homeowner delivery in existence." i

popular .and if you do not have was made by Mr. Alfred I to protect his own equity, : 1'<"4:::; ". '.:. <
may rent C. Glassell Jr. well known should look at his investment the 7.
your own equipment you biggame
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angler of Houston, Texas. same way.FHA Servce Officer
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IUleaving the wafer sports to the Mr. Glassell pledged >$38,000, conditioned Requires : Week
Next
younger set I went for ,the island on the balance being. Here

tour and found it extremely Inter- raiseed. Only about '$20,()()() more More Insulation, Veterans of Wakulla County
eating- This outlying key, in my must be subscribed complete the who need assistance in obtaining

opinion is destined: to become as half-million dollar facility now For ,Cooling benefits under the GI Bill, may receive

popular and well. known as Nassau under construction at the Instituteof i guidance from Jim Weant

,,Jamaica or any of the Carib Marine Science, on Virginia A new requirement of the Fed MN Assistant State Service Officer. I

bean resorts.A Key, Miami. eral Housing Administration ensures r. Weant wfl,;vWt this area next
and
added comfort greater economyfor
.few years.ago there was nothing Friends of the late noted taxidermist families who build or buy new week for th*purpose of helping

here but a few small fishing and naturalist. Al Pfluegerare homes equipped with central air -1 veterans or their dependents in
communities and a limited native contributing .to a special fundto conditioning.For filing claims for Compensation
population. To-day it is booming. enable one ,of the laboratories the first time FHA has, a Benefits or solving their insurance!

You see .net, construction every to act as a .permanent memorial to spelled insulation out for standards air-conditioned for minimum homes problems. This free service In-.

where. ,Harbors are being dredged Pflueger. financed with FHA-insured loans. eludts assistance to employers of
to accomodate the largest cruise The new "fish behavior" build Previously FHA insulation require- veterans under the GI Bill, Vo-|

.hi Millions of dollars are being ing (officially designated Marine ments were- based on heating needs !rN. rational Training, Subsistence OP

spent on new.hotel and motel accomodations. Life. Controlled Environment alone. 1t other problems. S

Building) U a "first in marine developed The-new"because insulation of standard the increas-was 9 During his visit in this area!
Subdivision after subdivision are science and is designed specifically ing volume of air-conditioning installations K Weant may be contacted at the

being promoted and lots are sell for the study; of the behavior of and to provide industry s. M following places at the time and onl:

Inca: ,a. frantic pace. While many marine animals under,a variety of guidance -and protection* FHA ex the date specified. Crawfordville,

are .purchasing land for specula conditions. From its laboratories plains.In most. insulation rated at Pigotts Store, 1:00. S July 1963f .,
areas
tioa, most purchasers are plan may come answers to manY' questions R-13 will be required in the ceiling "" "-" "" 1
Bin* to build: stores, apartments, that have perplexed anglersand and in all"except the coolest areas

hotels and b mei'. scientists of the 'country, sidewall insulation Chamber Votes To'
To my mind the,development of frequently will be mandatory. f L y
Bahama is simply anexteation ,, In masonry homerin warm zones,
Grand
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the the famed Florida Ceremony SetAt.St.Marks insulation rated at R-19 and some- Sponsor Opening
of
be 1t
times R-24 in ceilings may re- a.
,. Gold Coast. It will benefit-' 1FloTid : quired as a minimum.The Of Agri-Pavillion
.a*,those who t..the "R" in the above designa-
or purchase, supplies and equip- On Monday, ,July 1, 1963 at tions stands for installed resistanceto Wakulla County Chamber of
:
tteat'Jepead: ,upon: the_ states \ri.. 8ooo'cloek; PJf, Schoolhouse, St heat flow. The higher the muster Commerce met Tuesday night at
to the fwrftlatwi ; Marlts/Florlda< the greater the ability to resist SL Marks Cafe for their regular
.warily; b -t.t..akrla'ua the Town Comml the of heat.
have real competition for sUm for th. Town of St. Marks,, Home passage owners will benefit from monthly meeting.J. I
the tourist sag home eek r's dollar ., Florida will -agala be sworn in the new insulation standard through D. Turner presented the group ,
o and that fc :something' it oil 1, The Town, is presently. -existing increased comfort-both: winter and jjjj.jjjjjjjjjjjjjjj.r.jjj.jCAPE with a proposal to take part in,
us to keep !la 1 under an Act of the Legislature summer-and through' lower heating the dedication ceremonies of the
pay
and bills. In addition
cooling
Pasted in the 1547 session The when a home is insulated to meet nearly completed "Wakulla County

Act adopted during the 1963 session these FHA standards,a smaller,less Agriculture Pavillion.
rWomansCfubBoard : is an improved charter. This costly cooling system generally is The Chamber voted to patt d-
charter marks the fifth.during the required. CORAL Member, of the South Florida district of the Florida pate-In the program and namedCecil
history of the Savings on heating and cooling Press Association gathered ia front of the Yacht aad Racquet club at Wright Silas Eubanks and
-M* ts St. Marks Coat costs as a result of thorough Insulation Cape Coral where a "Weekly Newspaper Management Clinic" was held committee to
munity. Fred Keightley as a
"' of the 4 often equal the cost of the but weekend. John Paul Jones Exeevtire Secretary of FPA C. S. Ie;
The Boeni of Directors Honorable W. May Walker, willofficiate insulation in a few years. Stalk of the Oewistoa News and Robert Hadson of the TUasvfile Stale work up a program and make a
Crawf ordviBe: Woman Club met as Master of Ceremonies In the past. FHA has pointed out Advocate were fe charge of arrangements report at the July meeting.
lightIn the- clubhouse.- and administer that its Minimum Property Stand- I Turner said that a probable date I.
at the oath, and Hon ards are just that-minimum-and it make I'
difference
entSe.WaBcer presided I "It doesn't much
erahlo Ben I would be in late August or early
Pt C. Willis will be guest "recognizes that in the long run A.S.CaussauxAS. which side breadis ,
the. .e t1 C".. P k r. Iviag general comments some quality items that add to the our September.
..._ta sere Cansseamc. 90, of 638 E. buttered on because we eat
Ivlttee the history of St.. Marks original cost of a house actually Indications at the meeting were
1* 'Je&I' lower the cost of keeping: the Ave. died Sunday at Tal- both sides anyway."-E. M.
:made for thq'ene* *: ,A fish ,fry will folow tWcen- up College that a flab fry would be given
for piena home and living in it." Memorial Hospital, wherehe "Mark my wordswhenthey Remsburg, Vista (Calif. '
; .Plans :d w the of WlM9ee along with the dedication program. :.'\
Jor people St. Marks
For -
example by exceeding FHA : .
theloca1 eatAssociation for two'days.He all get together for the
dbaeYor patient
( ,: Fem.;a and invited testa.a1 minimum insulating requirements had been a Press. Entertainment and several
be held W ab11a Countyon of old high school
to reunion
.d borne owners can cut cooling' aDd was Nrnm. promineta speakers will be. on
'Jl-- .'July' 8th at the }jvolaea'oeday % heatifig'costs:: substantially and get Aug ., 1811- grads, there'll best least one "How come the refrigerator hand.

.CI Dories- _: more satisfaction from both coolingand Survivors Include three sons, E. who bounces up to you with: at home is never as full President O. E. Hendrickson
s' heating systems.A 4lx.t'A.. S. don't know whoI as the one in the "
p.U-t' Wa1br: urge reliable C. Causseaux Til bet you ads? :- annuoneed the retirement of B J1.
guide for families plan-
the Jtny meet Mrs. George Walker President Jr.'Of Wrightstown, N. ami'"Charles Crawford George J. Melvin Clay ville
...M.. .to att : mac for air conditioning who want Canmit" Page,as a rural mail carrier.
.I .18Cto'beMW: OR 'TUe d&7L.TuJY. 2 of the Crawfordvffle Woman'sdub optimum results from insulation is'by J., and Sr-K Causseaux. of Knoxvflle. ,Lawrenceburg(Tenn.) Demo- (Pa.) Recorder. Mr Page has served as a mail

at a p.... ,- has appointed Mrs.. Virginia Wool provided Insulation the National Mineral Tenn. crat-Union. carrier for over 42 years.
Keightiey, Mrs. Mary Bevb and Quality Home Requirements Association. call Its funeral services were held Wednesday about The July meeting of'the Cham-

Mrs. Daisy Creech as the dub for mtfieral wool with: an imfuHrd morning. "We'll say one thing ber will be held at Oaks Restaur

,"Any.child who gets,raised'! house, eoeamlUe; resistance to heat loss of R-19 01'R24 the good old depression days. Noticeof ant in Panacea.
in ceilings: ,.R.I I in walls aad You could get your leaves
,: : the book is rob-; .Anyone w Wiinr to reds the club. 'I
thanks
atrietJr"1t1 :
R-13 in SOc to be taId
i doors OYer.UDheate4 spaces. "Ever notice how a June raked.=LoBls Nelson Bow- K .
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WAKULLA COUNTY NBW3, -' -.-;
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> Or'APPLJCAT1OH'FOR TAX' DEEDNO'37t
Thursday,June 27,1963 Dr tam matt F.s- I
the HEBIBY SABA'I'BA. MJKUiT' : 01.
I alcatet has fBect said eattltcates! 1 r'a tas theto bode wed
t2run 1b8 eeruf1cate IIIImben aDd .**of to.u nce. the ascription erf the .
WAKULLA 1 pr pertyL_snd' _the names III WIdda.u was aaseaed. aft:u foB 1n: -
1 IT'
Year
oflauance 1111
Dacrt B.aDp.'*Z$oa west 01 2D.Property acrea.: ** SWof SW1A w'SecUoB .. Tbwsshtp a room v FLORIDA STATE

COUNTY NEWS Name in which.a...... \
Unlesspeo9erty beta. In the Cmmtjr of WakuH. State of.glands' Today-Saturday .. ..
Telephone WAlnut 6330LKeishtley to or'ceth cats shah;be redeemed awarding to
the property ee in such cerWlc&te 01' CftUftca1ea wm be sold to aQcrfc Today thru Joanne Woodward II;
test bidder at tbe court Lowe door GIi the ftnt.Monday. .III Month of August How COOL Tuesday
1i6S. which Ia the: nth day of Aapst..UG HOW
e Dated thSa,6th!day of 3UDe.,Its. \ COOL From,The Terrace* ;,
.of"Cbrcuit Court of WckuILa Cbunty. Florida Jerry Lewis

Tir&1nIa ... : ..:... Editor Run: .,-T. T*. 741. WB """fr PearceOpening WIL-YOU BE WILL YOU BE Plus Co-Hit -. ;". .
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"THE NU1TyPItOFESSOA" Rock Hudson I
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I WHEN You : '
WHEN YOU
CLASSIFIEDFOR C ;

Entered at Crawfordville, Florida, July 1 SAL L. 1S62 Frfcidalre GET HOME ? "ALLTHATHEAVEN i
range neW 3 months $10000 .... .' GET HOME ? j jALLOWS"
as second class matter. Subscription BARBER SHOPSt. cash.Phone YU 4-25'72.Panacea. r. .. :::::w:=:> :,,,, .......-. "
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rate: $3.00 per year. :
Marks 1
dot FERRY

.. (Formerly Watt's Barber Monticello Races OUTDOOR HIGHWAY CAPITOL 011 WQODVRLE DRIVE-rW HWY j i it

If You Need.' Shop) a SBBK HBB B B B s a s s s s s s HsVsW sWMiBBVHfl '
HOURS On Holiday 0d TonighU-Saturday Tonight thru. Saturday'Anthony '

Office Supplies : 12 noon to 8:00 MONTICELLOGreyhouniing d Connie
Business 1lachi es-- pm at Monticello has iU bit Frands"FOLLO'VTHE Quinn If 1

Office Furniture Monday Tuesday, t
weekend just around the corner. J
1 "BARABBAS"PlusCoHit
See or Call Wednesday The Fourth of July falls on a 1 1
.
-. Thursday next week, and starting BOYS"
RANEY WHALEYat 1
on that day, running; through Saturday !
the track will hold 52 .Plus Co-Hit
i Yul BrynBer
races! Elvis Presley
CAPITAL OFFICE New Hours There will be a special 10-race -

EQUIPMENT CO. .. matinee on the Fourth followedby 0 "LOVE METENDER" "MAGNIFICENT-
JULY 1 : ,-
319 South Adams St. EFFECTIVE another 10-race( program that
Corner E.Pensaeola erening. 1 SEVEN"the .
T TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA BARBER SHOP On Friday night there will be I 1

11, races. Then on Saturday there ..
.- -." -- Panacea comes a 10-race matinee, plus an : -- S-S. 1

11-race card for the evening. Ask any delivery man, he .

TV HOURS Steve Andris, president of the goes everywhere. Air conditioned One about itit's a '.
track, announced that by popular homes have the thing
for air condition .
lovely day
SERVICE'Call l0amto8:00pmThursday demand the "Big' Q" will be featured .happiest people. And it "
ing. Now wouldn't it be nice
on each of the programs, doesn't cost much to turn of
to go home to cool. cool. story
WA 6-3612 Friday, Saturday starting with the matinee on the your home into a cool haven electric comfort? Why wait? J {
GEO. CREECHCRAWFORDVILLE Fourth. from the muggy world out It doesn't cost much. Look .
Thus far, Monticello has held side. Find out about electric into electric air conditioning LtA1?

the "Big Q" only on Friday and air conditioning today. today and spend the rest of
the rest of the sum
Spend
lfTJ I. Saturday nights. This will be the the summer living in cool
mer in cool cool comfort.
first time ever Monticello has had comfort. \
Dees Barber Shop the"Big Q" on matinee programs
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and this innovation
wagering t !
2238 South Monroe
will. be on both matinee programs,

Men's and Boys Haircut that big weekend, Thursday and
Saturday. -

( The "Big Q" is simply a quiniela

parlay on the last two races. Big
.
payoffs. on this $2 wager makes (,
the "Bir Q" most attractive to
DEE Owner
COOK Instant
222-0165 fans. No "Big Q" at Monticellohas I
.... CALL paid less than $80.00. Comfort Instant ,

Lord Lucky, the outstanding Electrically! Comfort
greyhound of Monticello's young Electrically!'
-' -- : season, suffered. his first setback rl 0 roeyx tan /.)\ i.-5 i;

I It last Saturday after winning four
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR I THE ; t /
out of four. n, / Tobacco has been used as money In the ord ; e
r TAX DEED \ In trouble on the back side, LordLuekys rii7 FLORIDA t Colonial days.
.NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, tremendous drive in the POWER FLORIDA
; ,
CHRISTIAn CORPORATION. rii7 POWER Tobacco notes were later printed and issued.
that TILLIS. STRICKLAND stretch wasn't enough to catch CORPORATION from the year 727. : "
,the.holder of the following,certifi-. Knockhfll Lass, who won by a .____011<__<_
These tobacco notes proved popular
_____ .. very
fates( has filed said certificates .r..ut.t c
4 S SCIEnCE nose.According and lasted nearly fifty years after that date.
r i' if or a tax deed to be issued thereon. to the present sche-

The certificate numbers and years dule Lord Lupky will run every .
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USE OUR ALL-NIGHT DEPOSITORY.- -
the of the Wednesday and Saturday night. i;;
i of issuance, description '
: BANK AFTER THE LIGHTS GO" OUT.
moniTORBBBB ; .
; ,property, and the names in which He has proven to be one of the ........ :.. -- I '... ; NO NEED TO HOLD CASH.OVER. : j
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most popular' favorites in Monti &
i it was assessed are as follows:

Certificate No .1; Years of Issuance BBBB cello's history. Fifteen Persons May Die .


.i Description 1961. of Property: In The ServiceUSS In July 4 traffic CrashesTALLAHASSEE Capita! dig

Nl/4, of N 1/2 of NK 1/4, of ; .
VALLEY FORGE. (FHT-
g NW 1/4.of Section. 28, Township Complete C-Lawrence S. Porter, aviation -The Florida Highway Patrol predicts that 15 .
.2 SouTh,;Range 1 West, structural mechanic third persons will die in traffic crashes on the state's streets and high-
containing 5 acres. s ways during the July 4 holiday weekend.The FIRST NATIONAL BANKof
zlass USN of Mr. Mrs.
NewsCoverage son and
is for
patrol's the
prediction period beginning 6 p.m. July 3 L
Name in which assessed un
'" Xussell Porter' of Route 2, Craw. and lasting through midnight July 7. This year's prediction covers a Tallahassee
known. : fordville, Fla.. is serving aboard 102 bout period. 72 hours longer than the 1962 holiday when"twopeople F.D.I.C. I F.R.S. :
\: ''AU of said property being in the the amphibious assault' ship USS died as a result of traffic crashes. Member

'I County of Wakulla,.State of Flor- Valley Forge which participated in The 1963.prediction is somewhat lower however, than the .,,.;; .
operation "Wind lock" of the coast resulting figures of 1961 when in a 102 hour period. 21 highway
ida.Unless
i such certificate or certificates of California June 3-14. deaths were recorded ,
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.ahal Ibe redeemed according Designated a .regi.mentallanding ,

t to law the property described :1T. team exercise, Wind'Sock involved < = : : ?}: .

in- such certificate or certificates LOS: : some 3,000 Marines off-loaded via

will be sold to the highest bidder at: selicopter in daylight and nighttime F_ .'

the court house door on the first 'flight. operations. ? -:.- -

Monday .in. month .of July.1963,. The Valley Forge:has.a,crew of :[ : :
tiAfi11;
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and officers. When
1,200 men .
which is the let day of July, 1963, 1 Year$22 6 Months $11 r rS
Dated this 3rd day of June, 1963.! 3 Months $5i50 operating at sea she usually carries 1-

Clerk of Circuit Court of CO* tfcir.odYem..t ..dMtimi a Marine Medium< Helicopter
It wife your cock *r .. Squadron of approximately 30 air- S\
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Wakulla County,.Florida -.y'N4er to: -
: craft and 50 pilots.A ,
Th* Ckristiwi Sdwic. MwUtwNorway .
MOODY PEARCE, .
0.. & .
Street Pacific Fleet unit theValley Se
June 132027.: .. ...... 15.. Mass.GRAMLING.- : ,- .-
is in Long
Forge homeported>> 4j '"

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Inc. r Only 28 inches wide, needs no door y

; M'II. & CO. "The for Capital'sMajors Minors" ,. clearance a't side. .

Children' Furniture, Toys, .. full-width freezer Chest, '
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One-Stop '
Service for
Game, Hobbit "
t''", I' FeedSeedFertilizer Baby Accessories I .Chiller tray. low temperature storage ffL-

r 133 N. Monroe St. Ph.222-1146 3 < desserts, meats. chill soft drinks. Jf*

- Poultry Supplies __ :i Big 10 cu.ft,:Fresh Food Section.

". .LFliBt RiverMills Garden Tools 2 Adjustable Cabinet Shelves.
Ph...2e3.Ge74
.215 S Moaroe' '
\ So Adams at SJLLJUL- Porcelain Vegetable Drawer.

.w" Crossing SUER j Butter Compartment .:

'* r .. .' .. Phone 223-0173 r w f 4p ; Dial Defrost Conveniences .

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Weed and> ** ;' <' -: "Farm BIG VALUEJLOW.! PRICE!
HononH, .. > ., Supplies .

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S..Adftros St. at"..Polnta. 'TeL 2225960BakerAlford .
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R"' :: :: : "T1.Parts Hoeu!' -.
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... ..Jnrrtic,411- *. .1 ;[*** W. Gaines St.-TeL 38- '7l9 lawnmower, and much for yon .

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THURSDAY ER DAYand -" STATE lEVERAGE DEPARTMENT I

" { ,. TALLAHASSEE FLOMDA I j X $,.03 -I$ I! ] T

?: : : SATURDAY'ROUNDSTEAK IN COMPLIANCE WITH FLORIDA STATUTES SECTION 210X2, SUBSECTION ((8)). ENACTED BY THE 1963 LEGISLATURE, I HEKBT-

'CERTIFY: ?'THAT THE CIGARETTE.INVENTORY BEFORE OPENING FOR BUSINESS JULY lc 1963 AS STATED HEREON.IS TRUE AND CORRECT:
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}. sj \ AUDiT NO. IMPORTANT READ CAREFULLY, INSTRUCTIONS ON REVERSE SIDE .; -.-,"'a" fA' : .
Gold Cross. EVAP. MILK 3 ens. 39cBANAJVLAS "
: ,' CHECK'HEBE( 0 IF YOUR ESTABLISHMENT SELLS CIGARETTES. --
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SUMMER COOLER Cotton ,- -
\71 ;' batiste In black and white ;' 1
RKSOn'S STORE ; .
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cool dress.The '
tripe*shapes a ":"\' "
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I .. pima,cotton. 1. At ITIorkla! rataiUrs """t1UIIn and complete all appRcabI Mctiorts on the r.Y.n. x!. of this form. ,;

'.. 2IF YOU HAVE CIGARETTES ON HAND'BEfORE OPENING FOR BUSINESS JULY 1, 1963: .
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(a) Talc physical count of sUCh cigarettes and indicate the quantity on the rv."*> slcl( in th. proper'spoc* and compute the amount'of :
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: tax due at tM rate of seal (3 cents) per package. :

4N5CT1DES I { >1 (b)j Enclose your reMittance for the amount of tax due with the ORIGINAL; AND DUPLICATE. copy of this form ;in the prfr-oddretied_ envelope- :, ..'. ;i

I I i apply the proper postage and maiL .J

(c) Make checks and money ord.n payable to the State Beverage Department of Florida. If cash is remitted use registered mail only.. DO. :

NOT REMIT POSTAGE STAMPS. ,

Ifor 3. IF YOU HAVE CIGARETTE VENDING MACHINES LOCATED ON YOUR PREMISES. BUT THEY ARE NOT OWNED OR OPERATED BY YOU
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-.. 4. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE CIGARETTES ON HAND BEFORE OPENING FOR BUSINESS, JULY 1,. 1963: .

.' (a). Check appropriate box on reverse side apply signature and date and mai! the ORIGINAL and DUPLICATE copy In the pre-addt..ocI

f more'enjoyable .v. envelope... ',. '

IMPORTANT: This report form with remittance for amount of tax due must be filed( with. the.State Beverage Department NOT LATER THAN JULY

[ : :. 10. 1963 in compliance with the Florida Statutes.

Refer to account number in any communication.
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"f. LI'" CRAWFORDVILLE .

; ... .. Forms Are Out .
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t"': : Ants ".:.:.:....... u 'r : PERSONALS'Mrs. S Approximately 130,000 busines )
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,;... GetYid' Mosquitoes, Flies, Gnats, '
-. ;r. .:: ff-Topics Bobby RUM and family had ses in Florida will begin Wednes ;;

Fleas,. Roaches_ Moths, Waterbugs, For Kennel-. .. >.x..:..u / as their guests this past week day receiving form from the State ;
::<- Bob Alvis, that ,be
Russ's must
I: :.{:" Irs. brother Beverage Department
: Silverfish. or- Yard- Use :;,,:;. and his family from Birmingham, completed and returned by July
:
f ;'. i A Service of Your Doctorof1ledicine.
: .. 1 1fmt Your Local Medical Society and the Alabama. 10, according to Richard B. Keat- ..
FLEADUST 1!r Florida Medical Association. Mrs. E. C. Ferrell, Sr. has returned lug, Beverage Director.

GARDEN SPRAY : ; DIETARY QUACKERY to her home from the Tallahassee Although the form is devised
A ISOTOX .:,:.'d
..>...;....: Memorial Hospital.Sid for cigarette distributors, .every
.
::: Nutritional quackery costs sales tax will ,
Linton of Rockingham, business reporting a s
li:.::, I the 10 million food faddists in ;
Kills Bugs With One Spray-Easy As I''''':'.;. this country an estimated half North Carolina, visited Mrs. John I receive the form and is required to

iff ''. billion dollars a year. Brown and Mrs. Joe Nails of Wa :JIM out portions of it. and return it i ii

Watering. Complete Supply : .'' The money' spent is not the alia, recently. While here, Mr. i to Tallahassee. 1
most important loss.. False Linton enjoyed the fishing and Only a few days remain 'before J

NO ANNOYING ODOR -d promises about curing variousills caught fourteen mullet. the July 1 deadline when every
: with vitamins and special
t. I food products frequently delay Mr. Henry Vause has returnedto cigarette retailer must inventoryhis
:: medical treatment until his home from the Tallahassee cigarette stock prior to the
FOR proper
: GET: .RID, :::0 f; PESKY FLIES DEALER : It is too late. No one food is Memorial Hospital. start of the day's business, Keat
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or
k -'- t Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keightleyand ing said.
1 IGikoGulf Holiday it is total calories consumed in *
OrtFlorda +o Gregory spent the weekend On completion of the inventory !
Ribbons son
:?j- Fly Syrup .Fir Paper the daily diet that controls lossor
:f Agriculture Supply Insecticide gain in body weight. in Bowling Green Kentuckyand or before July 10, the law requires j

Ie Fly Bait Also. -Snake Repellant Many people have food idiosyncrasies Nashville, Tenn. that an additional tax of three
S which they slavishly Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rehwinkel, cents per package for each package I

follow. 'Some will not use acid Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hudson and of cigarettes on hand before

CO. such'as is in citrus fruit because sons, Mark and Mike spent several the start of business July 1 be're i
& 1 I
: \\0. I. GRAMLING SEASIDE COVER-On the they think it would cause acido-
beach or at the pool.every lass sis..When a person is physically days last week in the Great Smoky mitted to the State Beverage Department i

needs a gay topper like thi!? normal and eating an adequate ountains at Rock City, Tennessee.Mr. in Tallahassee.Any ..1;
I starflsh-appliqued poncho.. Usea mixed diet, the body is not like- Charles Dawson has been business failing to remit the' f
FEED-SEED.--:FERTILIZER cotton osnaburg feed bag ly to form excess acid. Milk, released from the hospital at Fort, additional tax due will be subjectto
and trim with "Wright's bias fruits and vegetables actuallyput '
Phone 223-0173 Benning, Ga., where he was a patient -' penalties provided in Section
101 OS. Adams Street tape and rickrack. Instructionsfrom an alkaline reserve in the
National Cotton Council blood which helps to neutralizethe for over two weeks. He has 210.14, Florida Statutes, which
Bag Dept., Box 9905, Memphis acids formed from the me- returned to his home In Crawford- permits the Beverage Director to

12, Tenn. tabolism of cereals, breads, ville. Mrs. Dawson accompanied issue a warrant directed to any
meat and fish. and sell the
him home. sheriff to levy upon
\
'- Failure to drink milk may Mrs. Mabel Pearce spent several goods and chattels of delinquent
result in intake
an unsatisfactory -
of calcium. Without meat, days in Tallahassee last week persons.
: YOU TOO S there is a lack of protein, iron visiting relatives. Although efforts are being madeto
t and vitamin B. There are people Hayden Gray, son "of the Rev: mail*these forms to every business
__ :dT who have actual food allergies, and Mrs. Trumon Gray of Smith in Florida, Keating noted the
: and therefore
: cannot eat
cer-
.. '!\ .... .. tain substances. In such cases Creek, left last week for New York possibility that some may be over-
; ; an appropriate diet is recom-' to spend the summer. He will workas looked. Anyone failing to receive
OWEITTOYOUR: :- : .. mended with prescribed supple- a Counselor in the T.M.CJL, this form by July 5 should obtainone

mentary vitamins. Camp in Frost Valley Association' from the nearest Beverage District -

Faulty diets can be the causes Hayden has been attending Chip..1 I I Office or by writing to the

: rather than the cure, of ill la) College.Mr. State Beverage Department, Carl-
health and disability.
FAMILY TO SAVE and Mrs. Jim Mathis and 1 ton Building, Tallahassee.

their two children Paula and Jimmy District offices are located in

the COMPTON QUIZBy of Montgomery, were visitors :Pensacola, Marianna, Tallahassee,

REGULARLY: FOR Keith Roberts Service in Crawfordville last Tuesday. :Live Oak, Jacksonville, Daytona
Information
; Director II .frs. Mathis is the former Miss :Beach Ocala, Winter Park, Lakeland -

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Patricia Patton. They Sarasota, Fort My-
Test knowledge with were enI I Tampa,
your to Gainesville to visit her Palm Beach and Miami.
route
these questions and answers I ers, West
THEIR: FU T llR E .from the pages of Compton's sister, Mrs. Bill Weathers and .
: : Pictured Encyclopedia. family, also to Tampa to visit her
'.' U 5 r: :: '..' 1. What state Is the only one brother L. S. Patton, Jr. and
to recognize two official languages PANACEA NEWSOn
?. family.
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2. Who was the first womanto Jamie"and Hampton Hudson of June 19, the women met at

win mere than one Nobel Fort Walton Beach are visiting the home of Mrs. Vivian Barnettto

prize? their grandmother, Mrs. Elvie make cancer pads. some of the
3. What bird lays a three-
,,"'': ':: I't : pound egg? Hudson and their aunt Mrs. Jerry visitors were Blanche W. Harris

4. Does a United States citizen DeFend. from Pelham Georgia, and Grace
forfeit his citizenship when Thompson of Camilla Ga., and

t r.t he marries an alien? Mrs C. R. Hunt of Decatur, Ga.
t 5. Who was the "Lady with MEDART NEWS I haveas
':. # the Lamp"? Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Geeslin

6. How did the United States their guests, Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
.
Mr. and Mrs. Denzil
: There... no two ways amt it: yen must save if for no get the nickname .Uncle son went to the Clerk Conventionin Gray and Hunt of Decatur, Ga. Mrs. Hast
Sam? Geeslin.Mr. .
I is the sister of Mrs.
/ 7. How many instruments Tampa and also to mobile, Ala., and Mrs. Ed. Allen bad as
'e Hr reason them the bead f to make up a .modern symphony to visit some army friends, Mr.
," re a family or hope orchestra? their guest for about ten days,
and Mrs. John Howard
last
week.
8. What famous Southern song Mrs. Mary Presnell of Atlanta,
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Poseyand
be .in the near future. A smut amount (as low as $1) opens was written? by a Northerner Mr. and Mrs. Louie Posey and Ga.Mrs.. Rudy Cardenas (Joyce

9. Who was the first American girls went to Mount Dora over the
,
mornift.
here Saturday
left
Long)
to his
novelist earn livingby
a*: account odd to it regularly and. watch it grow KG, { writing? weekend Nora Posey.to visit Mr. and Mrs. by plane at 9 o'clock and arrivedin
10. Which of the 13 colonies London England at' 8:00 aoa.
was founded as a haven for Mr. Jesse Carter and Mrs Steve .

thoaks to our .hth. for the future imprisoned debtors? Horrell are in the Tallahassee Sunday.If you have any news that you

ANSWERS'uISaoaD Memorial Hospital recoveringfrom would like in this column please
'Ot surgery last week.
'OT8I Till) call me at YU 4-2661. Thanks.
: : .. fIi: U MO a a napipoag, eai-istto: '6 Mr. John Davis daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
:;- : "OAO James E.
/ ., .::' -UOU19Apprea 1unOJ4 .na1.UU13 .a Piott and children of Orlando visited 'upsJll

: : ; ,>"j ,# r ,/Cq uanUM ..?J1
:. '. '. 001' 01 09 and Mrs. Steve Pigott visited
moo; saSinu z& HOldXj:, 'L
CT8I JO Paul Pigott and C. E. Council a
00 Z'8A\ Sujmp **i 'H O.I.L UJ in TallahasseeSunday afternoon.I

f '.. .mpadsuJ 1U tUlWaA03 o. Johnny Strickland left Monday!
'
r Alanunrs JO ann BOOJ OJv for Jacksonville for
Navy physicaland
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2ap.IaJU 3s n ijvs Q V
.. .:vuauwn.4 1uTB"'uraod then to to Great Lakes Naval
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s.MoiplZao'i uj...paao23 Training 'Station where he will
-ft. -uoq tadunttSJN rauaaoU "9 undergo 10 weeks of recsuitr training -

;: LfeWlS STVCTE BANK i iFLORIDA'S sp.l1q :oN 1 'J
: Pat Harvey son of
.-, 9m saanpoad tptrjso": aqjg Mr. and Mrs.
TT6T Homer Harvey was home over the
: OLDEST BANK UJ .
.. week end from a
POT. toot alb Ou.rvp8'J' Charleston South
It. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP; 'qr1usdS puv risltsrau2ooaa Carolina. "See,I told you she wouldn't
oaf "uN 'y ** 0
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Traffic Claims 130' '- WAKULLA> COUNTY NEWS
Lives- ; COMPLEft
1ha. 0 d frm&t Tallahassee' Thoriday,Jane 27.Sopchopy ",

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TALLAHASSEE -The Florida Highway, Patrol announced today if Flowers &." Candy Inc. SERVICE by Louise C. Sapp -

that 130 persons were killed in traffic crash >Hay. in 36 of i Min June Roberta ha* returned
the state's 67 counties. Fia \
,twoweek' visit with
The-list and the number killed in each follows homealter. a *
Alachua 4. Brevard 3, Broward 9. Citrus 1, her brother and his wife, Mr. and
CoLler Dade 11 We are God's fellow- '
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Duval 9. Escambia 2. Franklin 1. Gadsden < -: r- Mrs Eddie Earl Roberta I In Tallahassee.
1. Gulf 1. Hardee 1. workers.-(I Cor. 3:9). : '. J-.l. '
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: \,: While thereahe helped
Highlands 3. Hillsborough 2. Indian River
1.
Lafayette 1 and Lake .
2. When we use our talents The fact:that a dollar may L _,,'y" .c:' .,,: '.,....' t' in the nursery department of theo
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Lee 1. Leon 1. Manatee 3. Nassau 1. Okalooaa it Okeechobee 1. and abilities in the service of end up in'outer space does not :: -.Formerly Tillman's l *? Vacation Bible School at the Seminole -
Orange 5. Palm Beach 29. Pasco 3. Pinellas 7. Polk 3, Putnam l' God we are freed from all mean that it goes farther -' E ST'fEFFERSN'STR Baptist Church. Returning
St. Lucie 3. Santa Rosa 2. Seminole 6. of : competition. these 105 ET: .
Sumter days.
sense
1. Suwannee 1' } or I j i .' .. home with her was her sister-- -
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Taylor and Volusia 6.: ." :- ':> :t .
: \ -ir -, law Mrs. E. E. Roberta ,and

t daughters, Deal and Dawn. : I
;LI Walter'Lee Roberta. attending
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n school at Lively.
summer
.;. : ;::.'. : '. ,: living with his brother. Herbert,
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,.. .'- ..c and his family.
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: .- -- '.. ... ;;, -, ) Martha Dale are vacationing: in

., 'r':. '' 1. f South lorida. While there they:
::. will visit Mrs. Rowan's lOllS Jack

'. : 's;' 1ti ;. t Lumber Co. and Gwynn, and their families of

'. :' :: : Fort Myres.
I I :.'"_ ,: : Mr. and Mrs. L C. Sapp y&ted
1 :' jRM! their daughter-in-law Mrs. Terry

i I Lumber Land and grandson Tracy In Panama -
; : Building Supplies .
: : City Saturday afternoon-':
Mrs. Willie Mae Porter and eon
: visiting Mrs.:Porter's
Thomas, are
"We Need And .;- ln.law Mr. and
Appreciate our daughter and OI1- ,
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-u. '- stead.Mrs. Fred Strickland of: -Home

:. Roberts returned
Business", Mrs. Delma
home Sunday from Tallahassee af
ter visiting two weeks with Mr.

and Mrs. Eddie Earl Roberts and

Quality and Price Guaranteed- family, and Mr. and Mrs, Jerry
Hedge and family. :Mrs. Rdrberts'granddaughter

,- ,, Valerie Hodge is
spending two weeks with her_uncle

r- ,. Ross Hannon,..Owner r. and aunty Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sto-
well and family of Naples,':The
Stowells are former residents of

Sopchoppy.Mrs. .
Catherine .Olah, was readmitted -
GOOD- fEEDING -, .. to the Carrabelle Hospital

Built Around IS HOLIDAY AHEAD '. Mrs.Sunday Agnes afternoon Joiner I is also a '
:
; Hospital.
: patient at the Carrabelle
'.. 'J" ._ : '- She was admitted' a few weeks ago.
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FRMFEEDS : tf .' STOCK UP ON and remains in serious condition.

:' ..' .-.--;. .'t..... : 'J, Mr ,and Mrs. Harold.JBarwick
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-: :'.#. r and son Gregory of Tallahassee
;" .. ;': L / r MANUFACTURED RoyalCrown visited MVa. Barwick's parents,

., : :", .;i FLINT RIVER Mr. and Mrs. S. E.,.Roddenberry. 1
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s. lisi 2105 S. Monroe ; <'.- ,_ e summer school at Lively y and Is
Phone 223.0274: .' sister Mary and
her
living with .
Cola >
.
f her husband.
Miss Sherida Sanders "Js ,spending -

a few weeks, with 'h rncf,
I and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.: Guy Har-
.MS the differenceI rell of Tallahassee. .
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Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kurth and

.k comes through daughter, Vonntile : are voting

A Mrs. Kurth's mother, Mr*.. 'Tom-. "

:McPhauL :
-- Tallahassee''"' ts
Joe Hodge of
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visiting his cousins,,Delbert andJ.
M.y GALA BLUEBERRY PIE L. Roberts this? week. : .. '
; Mike Simmon of Tallahasseevisited

his grand paren .)lr. and.
Mrs. L. B.. Simmons. '
1>,. Mr. and Mrs. Delton Colvfn of
Medart and. Mr.! And Mrs., Wesley

.-.. ,;., FEEDS 01. ;-'!>. Smith visited rs. Delma' Roberta'
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.",- : Sunday afternoon. .
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Mr, and Mrs. Bob Roy Ashmore
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and son of Tallahassee visited
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'., ..:" ,.-- Mrs. Ashmore's mother, Mrs. Mae'
> -0 Lawhon and her sister, Hattie & ae
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LLrkLr Wednesday.Miss .
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,Janet Taylor of Toceoa.
Ga., arrived Saturday and is i

guest of the Rev. and Mrs. ,Spra
gue. Miss Taylor is a' Rural
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Church worker, under the sponsorship

.. of the W.s.c. and has
charge of the Vacation Bible!

", < School in session at the .Methodist

USED ."," ,. ,f..y--:'; r Church in Sopehoppy. The school
USED CARS 7-; "":' << "!. ... ..
-.i """"' will dose Friday afternoon,..June.]
Elegant looking and elegant tasting is this excellent Gala 28, with a demonstration of the'

Blueberry Pie. It is a perfect ending for any celebration classes and a picnic. .' ;.,' '.
formal or otherwise. Make it early-then at serving time, bring '
it to the table uncut. If you serve it with scoops of'ice cream,
: '-''' '. Top Quality mjjfaul2& Top Condition prepare these ahead and freeze them put them in a glass .
HV NHP bowl and put this bowl into another larger bowl filled with :
ice cubes. Serve at table. My Neighbors
For the less formal dinner, try garlic-broiled chicken, baked _
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",. Both Lots Open! Til i 9. P.M. For Your Trading Convenience potatoes with melted cheese and a bright salad of sliced .
: pickled beets, onion slices, ripe olives, garnished with sieved ;i .
egg yolb, and served with a dressing. Serve. plenty of iced, ..yr
', '". ....: LOOK THESE OVER FOR YOUR SAVINGS! .' '_' : .or hot coffee with the pie. .;.

\ :! Gala Blueberry Pie ,
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1 package (3 ) black -
1958 oz. raspberry or
FORD V-I -
1960 PEUGEOT black cherry flavor gelatinS --. .;;; ."$' r+ouR a
Fordor sedan lutorNtic $39 -$795 S '''
n ; : ansmiuion 1 boiling water :
cup
<..i radio r heater -.....-.....-.-" .....-....-. .c-door swim sharp French Import; one owner..._ 1 cup cold water Boas ,
o. r.. % teaspoon almond flavoring .;; 71.'
1'985 R/ MBLER' CHEVROLET V-I 1 pint fresh cultivated blueberries '

-'--'. Station WagO\f 2-door; CIne owner only .........- 245door automatic Mrumissian hater $545 .' 1 baked Vanilla 9-inch ice cream pie .hell or

one owner ._..:...... 11._ "_. _' Sweetened whipped cream

1959 RAMBLER 1951 CHEVROLET c Dissolve gelatin. in boiling. water Add cold water andalmond (r.
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'Station Wagon; 2-door d"! one for 695 2-door $595 extract. Chill until slightly thickened. Fold in blueberries Spoon ,,' r.'
6-cylinder"
with radio, heater.
shell. Chill Serve with of -
strait shift into'pie until firm. a scoop vanilla "Henry-don't you4 darel" :
.; ice cream or whipped cream. \ ', ,' ..'
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1960 FORD V-8 .
,Station Wagon; '6-cy1. with atuomatic trans-'SG95 .
$1095
-': .'-mission radio heater 2.tone.. whitewalls ? .Tudor straight shift, radio, hater '.:.>.. "
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1957 FORD V-l" .. .

.." ,,2 r top. tuamatic trarur..sslon___ 595 Station Wagon; 4-door; Iota of. room and only. Stl95 -: '.... '.', ... .;. .

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1tSI.CHEVROLET : ....:. .o-'r :. >'
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.fdoot sedan: automatic transmiuian radio, $74' 5 1960 COIlVAIR .' SAFETY -: '!t_.,., :

'. .' 1 heater, new paint ____- 4-door swim; one owner, sharp COn aCt 5 .". : ;.:"; ....:'.!, .

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l'5'. CHEVROlET .
.,; 1959 FORD .' ','.:- : ,;" 0': '
Station Wairon 6-cyL
: 2-dooi automatic $1095 "
transimssi, radio, heater, new tires Fordor sedan; 6 : .: -- radio,, hater- One owner .._..: ,. .. w.; '" ,"'. ';:
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Fordor automatic trsnsmkslon,.heater, .1145 1951 CHEVROLET V-I -4-,
... Station Wagon .c-door SS95 .
.tvlO-tone paint ; automatic transmission I i.' "
radio }rata T ," .. .' /'
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..' Fordor; .Ir-conditicned, power steering : Tkn's .. Dfer.... .,.... '
.- power brakes, automatic truumtulon $1595- sedin; power steering, Power.1345ti. .
>radio, heater, One' owner .,.,,-w : wtoersatk transmtssioq, radio, tllae lbe .....JGI..itr : : '
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'57 'CHEVROLET V-I .. .
./ "2-deor; automatic transmission radio $59"-5 1HO FALCON W 1 be gfcd It s&ev jw ... .

.+.<.'. 2.tene paint ,- ..:. ........ ......e'_ Fordo sedan; radio, hNter. One owner, law "' .": -. .-- !aS'
mileage, real ctMn ..... ......n.' .' .. <

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