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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: July 18, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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t. VOLUME 64 NUMBER 47 : .,... CRAWFORDVILLE.. .. .FLORIDA I V Thursday, July 18.1963- .
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August _-f 'Sopchoppy High.. School Pig Profits"Hog 1 of
V. ATLANTA, Ga. Purchases
V .Graduation.180th .
Wakulla Codnty children ;rill cholera kills more swine pulpwood grown in Florida and

register and begin the 1964-1964 day of pupil attend- past weaning age than any other delivered to pulp and papetij te V ,.

school year on' August 26th according ance.' single disease," according to Dr. during 1962 totaled $49,2 1111 0.- '\
End of 9th attendance
to the school calendar month. Ben Plummer Agricultural Extension -, I according to Hr J. Malsberger of

recently adopted by the Wakulla veterinarian.. "It costs U.S. Atlanta, general manager of the
End of 6th six-weeks.
County Board of Public Instruc- V hog raisers 45 to 50 cents a headto r1i .. Southern Pulpwood Conservation
.- ,End of 1963-1964 school }t""q .
tion. Teachers: will report for "live with cholera.! Association.V

duty and be in their preplanning year for pupils.V Congress passed a law authorizing ..,..: Last year's total] for the state,

period August 14th. Pupils and JUDe. the U.s. Department of Agriculture he added, represented a gain of

teachers will have their,first holiday 1 Post-school conference: be to undertake a broad state- L ;- nine per cent over the valueof!
gins for teachers. ; :
Labor Day, on Sept. 2nd. V federal: effort to eradicate hog ., .';1t.r": V ; $45,308.000 recorded for 1961.
10 Post-school conference ends. .
The entire calendar is as follows: cholera from the United States, in r; : : :;!!:' : These figures were based'on the -'
Last work-day for teachers V :
AugustS September of 1961. The basis of VV results of a 12-state pulpwood pro-

14 First work-day for teachersan and other ten-months per- the program lies in the, "Nine, V ;'''' :: V duction survey made by the U.s.

dother ten-months per- 8on.el.OlderVetercans. Points for' Hog Cholera Eradica: ;:r ":;-. -, ...... .cIT .J.:: .> Forest : rvice Experiment Stations .
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sonnel. tion." These nine points have .:;' '. > : ;'- lJ" "'- in Asheville, N.C., and New

Pre-school, conference begins been endorsed by the secretary of I __ ...; : :: : fi1t ff \ .1 Orleans, La., in cooperation with

I for teachers.: J J agriculture's State Hog Cholera SPCA. V V
V Creek on the Ochlockonee Hirer will be the newest iddl
no.lnd construction at Otter
'ToGetLetter rarpon Marina r
16 County-wide meeting of Eradication Committee as the Among the 03 counties in Florida
rf facilities for the sportsmen in Wakulla County. Boat storage bait and tackle gas and oil wilt round oat
White Teachers, Crawford- In the event of the death of an heart of the hog cholera eradica.:,the services when it.opens. _ ______ _ where pulpwood was produced
ville, 9:00 A.M. older war veteran, will his GI tion campaign. In Watching leading were Nassau Marion and -

20 "Coun't .wlde meeting of Negro insurance: funds be distributed Ina&ordance "The first point'in the, program'," JcayceesEkct .1 Miami Hosts Danger Taylor, with deliveries v .

_Teachers, Shadeville. with his current emphasizes Plummer, "is to 'vac- Solar Eclipse $2,9G8,820,'$2,557,5QV -
9:00 A.M. ,wishes -V V cinate P11 healthy animals in' the ; New President V Bowlers Tourney 200, respectively. V ''' :'

22 District Florida Education Noti: in "more than.,50. percent of herd." :This; is' prerequisite to The Wakulla County Jaycees are Miami Fla. Entry blanks TAMPA-The fascinating sight, Florida's share in.the prod,

Association meeting. in Tal the cues*. "says the "Veterans::Administration eliminating- the virus and the disease -Ii proud to announce that Mack Par from both North and South America of a solar vision eclipse damage can for mean those permanent unsuspecting -- tion of wood raw-materials for theX) ''

S lahassee.: as a result". : :.a. re-,: .- The best time to vaccinate: rish hits taken over the reigns ,as bearing the names of national Florida adults and children pulp and paper industry, Mf..MaleA"

23 District Florida Teachers cent-survey. V pigs is-tWoweekafter weaning, president of the local club. Mackis : bowling champions, have been received who at the darkened sun berger explained, was ,part of .;;; V

Association meeting. in "Tal The VA had directed a reminder "Vac ination is not the entire! a native resident of Wakulla for the first annual Invita- peer smoked glass. other all-time high!{ for. the. South-: :
through sunglasses, V V
,' lahassee. letter to -policyholders 60" years answer. to the problem, however' County. He is married to the tional Amateur Tournament of the exposed photographic film on as a whole. 1 '

26 Pupils Registration.1st I of age and older to check on the states the Agricultural Extension. former JoAmm Smith of Wakullaand Americas to be held here July or afternoon July 20 1963. The 12-state total 1 for. 196 was ". ,-
Saturday ,
day of-p attendance.. .i beneficiary choices the veteran had specialist, "other steps must' also has three lovely daughters., 25-28. the hazards of $511 ,26,000, a gain of six. Pet;',
A warning on
1st day for school buses to originally made as well as his I be worked into the program." ?Mack and his family are currently V Tony Chibi, Canada's Ten Pin eclipse watching was issued here cent over the previous high of

run regular routes.. selection of a lump-settlement or: All-known- or- suspected- cases of 'residine at their summer home at, ngles: champion and that coun today by the Florida Society for 481.614000 reported for 1961.

September, payments over a peridd of time. hog cholera should be reported to] Shell Point. Our new president is try's representative in the 1963 the.Prevention of Blindness. They Mr. Malsberger stressed: that,the

2 Labor Day (School Holiday). : In55" percent of the veterans' the Division of Animal Industryin .employed by the IBM Division of ABC Masters Tournament, has en- stressed that there is no safe way South's harvest.qf pulpwood last

23 20th,day. of pupil attend- replies, changes were requested to Tallahassee, telephone 2224940or the State Road Department.We tered the City of Miami and Dade to look directly into the eclipse year was not only fifty-eght per

ance. bring the insurance settlement in the ,Agricultural Research Service are grateful to Mack for accepting County-sponsored event. without risking incurable burns of cent of the natl-on'a-total but was

End of '1st attendance line with the veterans' current in Jacksonvil'e,. EL '6-6834, this important responsibility So has J. Gabriel Fernandez G., from -invisible infra-red also greater than that of any
the '
*month', ... 'wishes:'John Stamper, 'Service Officer They will send a representative and we will be looking to him 'president of the Guatemala Bowl. eye of'the single foreign country and more "

October ., '. .* ':... ,- said. out to examine the swine herd and :i for the leadership qualities that ing Federation. Chibi boasts a 200 rays IUn."Sunglasses, colored glass than in any ether ,area of comparable \

I. 7 30th'day'.of. .pupil attendance.End Mpst common cases were thosei arrange for all necessarY laboratory this position demand. We in turn average; Fernandez a 186. smudged with smoke photographicfilm size in the world. '

.of ffrst.six-weeks.. nwhlch marriage had subsequently test pledge our suppOrt- nd continued "Both countries also are expected or welders' goggles do not He emphasized further that for '

11 Evaluation Day.. .t(Pupil .t ken place but the mother of Quarantine the cholera-infected- effort to make all worthwhile Jaycee to send women bowlers to offer adequate protection for pb- the South as a whole figures pro-

:: Holiday! ). the veteran was still listed ass a premises., Hogs shouldnot be sold plans a reality.A compete, but as yet they haven't serving the eclipse?' today's warn- jected from 'Federal Government

..220tfxday. of pupil \.ttei4ance. chief.beneficiary. -.-In ,numerous ,fromMquarantined! farms except :_?.VjthVthe; fin I'i 'distribution beeVseleetedir; Stit&t Lee Evans, ing said. '"Only1tIndirect methods surveys shoVa: continuing favorable t
"h'ad under permit. Hogs infected with, and Miami.* ratio of forest growtli.over
: other cases, the veteran remarried prizes completed, the local''Jai tournament director such-as-on'felevision or with,
.End.' of 2nd attendance! ', but. his former wife was or exposed to cholera are themost i have brought to a close a very sue Metro News Bureau'Manager.Another homemade projection devices, can removaL This includes. ,removal of

month." r still listed as the be ficiary.: important mean .spreading .the csesful:two-month fishing tourna- entry is Ecuador's Luis' this phenomenon be watched with- trees harvested for man's use', as !'

Noembr" ," ,', ; Under the law, the VA must disease. S V menU.. We wish to tanke this Teran, Quito champion. Teran, a out endangering the eyes. well as losses resulting fron' fire,
';"attend. 'Heat.treat all garbage (table member of the Blue Farms Bowl- insects and disease.
19 60th day,of pupil mak payment to the beneficiaryof opportunity to publicly V thank The threat of vision damage is
ance. record, as named in writing by refuse).. Avoid feeding raw garb everyone who helped make this ing Club, posted a 159 mark dur- magnified during an eclipse be- "The demand for paper and

.End of 3rd attendance the policyholder Stamper empha- age to hogs. Raw pork in 'table possible. Without the donation of ing! June eliminations there to it noccur without the victim other pulpwood products expands

month. sized. scraps or garbage can contain prizes,by local merchants and fish capture' the crown and the trip to cause..knowing ca. it.,, explained. .L...r. .w... every year," he added, "and', al'

End of 2nd six-weeks.- '''I' The VA will continue to send a I II lethal hog cholera virus. Don't camps, and continued- support of. .Miami's Cloverleaf Lanes, site of Y. Sayad, physician.advisory chair though there are fluctuating market -

26 Thanksgiving Holidays begin I reminder to all GI policyholders, buy replacement animals fror our activities' at the local level the international event. man, of the Florida Society. Al- conditions in some localities,

at close of regular school" I 60 years' or older and will notify: ibatfe-fed herds. during this period, we could not Ecuadorian sports officials regretfully though the dazzling brilliance of for the South as a whole the mar-

day.December.- other: policyholders as they reach Prohibit use of virulent he': have. been successful. However, added however that since the sun is reduced during the ket outlook favors the continued
cholera virus for general use. Hog bowling is there and incentive for wise forest manage.
their 60th birthday. tic-cause/ of this support, we feel a new sport eclipse, the invisible infra-red rays "- rr _
2 Classes resume after Thanks- Younger veterons whose previous cholera: cannot be eradicated as :that we reached our objective of just beginning to become of inter are still emitted. ment. ,..- -

giving Holidays. beneficiary' selection,.has been out- long as the use or fully virulent bringing people into Wakulla est, there will be no distaff 'repre The sunglasses or film will not :-

20 80th. day of pupil attend- date dby death, marriage, divorce, virus is permitted.: Pigs vaccin- County to stimulate sports fishing sentative. screen these rays, and when they I Speakers Name.i.ForCofCMeet ;-r.

-.ance. etc., !may write directly to the ated using this method may shed and all related segments of our Entered earlier were representatives reach the retina of the eye, an irreparable '
End'ff 4th attendance office maintaining\ their Insurance virulent virus and infect other economy. from Venezuela, Puerto Rico burn results, in much *

month., records should they wish to initiate pigs and the premises they occupy. Jaycee spirit is at an alltimehigh and the U.S. while national eliminations the same way a magnifying glassis banlier.farmerV.

Christmas Holidays begin. at ,'change.. -. V Whe nbuying feeder pigs or within the organization. AU are taking place in many used to burn a hole in a pieceof Two attorneys, a t-

1:00 P.M. Servicemen may see their- :Per- breeding stock, be sure to, obtain active members are working to- other Latin American countries to paper by a youngster.A and an industrialist will speak at

January;. sonnel Affairs or Finance Officer vaccination records, a health certificate ward a prosperous and event filled determine contestants. simple projector for observing Panama City July 25 at the first

6 *Classes resume after Christ- for the same purpose. and clean transportation.. second-half of 1963. SO INAC- i There will be singles and doubles the eclipse can be made with o fa series of regional meetingsto

'l" Holidays. Properly 'dispose of .all infected. I TIVE. MEMBERS GET ON THE j. competition on a scratch basis. The two pieces of white_ cardboard. bring the Florida State Chamber
_..__. of Commerce closer to local
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un herds and visitors from singles will consist of nine
,1729Othda7 ox pupa avicttance. uu:: discourage BANDWAGON THE WAKULLA play Punch pinhole in 'one cardboard: '
+H'e.rs AttendSummerCamp I entering the premises. COUNTY JAYCEES ARE ON games while doubles will be three.In and hold several feet above the! chambers.

,..' Y "':End of 3rd six-weeks. "Th* key.word is cleaning," said THE MOVE. addition, there will be a friend-' second. The pinhole serves 'as a Speaking at the morning session V

\ End' of 1st Semester. [ 'I'll1'.ier. Buildings, lots and vehicles JIM HELMS ship doubles event in which each tiny lens to focus.the image of the will be: Otto R. T. Bowden* chairman

24 ''-:EvaluaUonDay (Pupil Holiday I This week twenty.oneH boysan contaminated by infected or V Publicity: Chairman Latin American will be teamed eclipse onto the surface of the of the state organliation'slabor

)f. dgirls from Wakulla Countyare exposed hogs should be thoroughlycleaned V with a Miamian. V second cardboard. This image relations committee, V and
Ralph II. Martin chairman of the
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at and disinfected.
\ February attending Summer Camp V may be watched without dangerto
3 100th day' of pupil attend Cherry Lake in Madison County. "Learn the facts about hog chol- Tax Roil the eyes. The Florida Society national affairs committee, both of

:: *. ance i J1' ., During the week the 4-H memberswill era," stresses the Agricultural Extension I LOcalMan I ,..:.V. cautioned against looking at the 'Jacksonville; ,1fce... i-->;**F. Fleming -
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VEnd : of 5th attendance receive training in swimming, specialist. Committeeshave II[Shows Increase V sun through the pinehole. or usinga V Jr., chairmartTBf board of
Award
Wins the First Bank and Company
Trust
J"jnonth.March crafts, recreation and outdoor been set up in the major 1|1- Tax Assessor E. C. Ferrell Jr. mirror to reflect theimage; a .
of Boca Raton '
-::"-,** sports opportunities. The morn- swineproducingcounties to aid in stated that his 1963 valuation tax Clinton Lamar Ferrell, former mirror also reflects the harmful l : 80c chairman

4 '2: -120th. day of pupil attendfance. ing hours will be spent in the promoting the state-wide (eradication roll is approximately $125,000 dollars resident of Wakulla County, received rays of the sun.Fertitizer [ of the chamber's educational com- !

various classes while afternoonswill drive. In the small farm area higher than in 1962. a $100.00 Superior Accomplishment V I miette, and L. C, Ringhaver of

Endt of 6th attendance be full of competitive sports communities, contact your county He stated that the moving of an Award which included St. Augustine, president of Diesel

month. including softbalL volleyball, shuf- agent your state or federal veterinarian asphalt plant in county caused a' a citation from Postmaster Peyton PlantAtiacksonville Engine Sales Inc., and chajrmsn

End::of 4th six-weeks- fleboard, horse shoes, etc. or your practicing veter- drop of $40,000. Yon and Lapel Pin commenting of the world trade Committee..

6 "EV uation day (Pupil Holiday Social evening programs have: inarian for further information The net increase in mory for 39 years as Rural Mail Carrier. Bowden has represented management

). been planned with an Hawaiian i "Hog cholera can be eradicated," 1963 amounted to $93,308 dollars. Lamar began his Rural Mail of all types ofJadustry in
'at Canada has Career In 1924 from Ben Haden To Service AreaA labor relations for the past 15
Spring Holidays* begin : theme to provide for a cook-out,. emphasizes Plummer. According to Ferrell many new

26 ,close of regular school. day.,'. talent shows and skits.,,with visitors .,1 1 done it at a, cost of a penny a [homes have been built throughout I!od! Office._ in_ Rural, WakulU sales and service office at years, and Martin is a specialistin
T outbreaks have .! L County. This Post Office was business organization and tax
head. Several
Good Friday. day coming on Thursday. ( { the county with construction me: International Minerals & Chemical -
27 ..:... round out the evening programs been reported since 1948, eachtracing around the coastal areas. ,,abolished in 1938, then Lamar was Corporation's fertilizer plantat problems. Fleming, a member of ;
Ea r. heaviest
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29 transferred to the Tallahassee Post
e'resume alter spring the children will have folk dances'[ its origin to XJ.S. imported: Development has taken place at j Jacksonville has opened to serve the Florida Council of 100, also
31. ,Cl** (Office, serving the same patronsis >,
of' Governor Bryant's. advisory
market for
pork serves on
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and social.dancing.. pork. The V also west
.Holiday*. Spring Creek and before. He has continued serving farmers in a 27-county north Flor-
Ten o'clock is bed time with is closed in many foreign countries Ochlocknee committee on space age
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AprH t--, -, U.S. 98 along the j Route 6 since that time. ida area.
2,149t-h day- of.school attendance lights out at"10:30. because .hig cholera .exists in this |River The new sales department will education. Ringhaver brought production .

.' -, { V Wakulla members r will join country. Remember the "nine specialibe in premium and standard line techniques to-boat

....Sn4of\f 7th: attendance. campers from Leon, Gadsden" and point program" and do your shareto Card of ThanksWe grades of plant foods espec'ally building and his firm has turned

th. I Nassau counties V eradicate ,hog, cholera now. Methodist Church formulated for north Florida -, out more than 900 trawlers since
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156th day of pupil, attendance County Agent L. D.,Taylor will wish to express our sincere soils and crops, according to 1947.
16 : thanks for all the kindness -and S. Bowen
V Floyd presid ifftM
month. accompany the group. Schedule : Robert J. (Jack) Pearce, promoted ,: *
I .I MYF.GroupV sympathy given us in our recent Florida State Chamber' of Commerce
six-weeks : district sales
of 6th to manager of the
( "-End I Crawfordville Methodist bereavement. It will .ehr_ys be said thV'qtinfe
Holi The
_A 17 .*Evaluation (Pupil TagSalesV .I In Church Choir Church schedule of services is as remembered and appreciated.: new territory. Escape Motel in Ponid44 will
; : Pearce joined IMC
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day)4 The first ana nira nun- Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Barrel concentrate_ the 21-cou area
The Crawfordville follows on
.Education Association Higher 63 1 Methodist : representative in Roehelle, Georgia -
; 2F1ond\: State Convention begins t,M.YJ. at their meeting last Sun- days of each month, morning worship and family. in 1959. He is a graduate comprising Congressional Districts -
J M. Cwin. Tax at 11 **Jn.: Sunday 1 and 9. It includes 27
Collector '. reported day night voted to be the church is held of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural

State-Teacher ,Association that the tag sales V for the: choir for Sunday evening services. School at 10 a.m. Evening service College, Tiftont Georgia,. (" ambers of commerce. The meetings V
.:;:.Florida year so far has the The second and ChurchNewsV .. will be members and
Convention be.ginU.or exceeded 1962!:: Attending the meeting: were: at 7:30 pjn. open to

_oj :' !, alaes.- V V V Sylvia Porter!; Selena Smith,:Rena fourth Sundays morning aerrice'at Sunday July 21st M. L. Hayton. non-members of the State Chamber -

--pa-87: i> ,,1k'" : day of pupil attend- 'Gwin'said that he'has'turned in i Pelt, Diane: Pelt., 'Eric Mathis, 9-30 ajn.; and Sunday School fol District Lay, Leader will.Jill.thepe1pit .' he said. .
: : more money to the state through)i L Becky Bonyata. Janet Nazaworthy, lows. at. 10:30 a-m. .No evening al CrawfordvilleSopchoppyMethodist NOT'ICE The Panama dif*Bay' County

HllGKM of 8h attendance. June than for the total of all taj:; Diane Porter, : and. Counselor Mrs. service on the second and fourth churches. WAKULLA .COUNTY/HEALTH Chamber of Cpfamerce is host for
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sales, in 1962.. t =-, .Sara" S rlth. VI V .' 'Surida"LV : and fam: V DEPARTMENT: the meeting, and Billy Mitchell.
Richard >> telephone
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"*:",jf HwwflirwS Beekura4* ... Sermon. (Op: All tags sold between nor ant i : V An active ,study program will -_ are.on,a:two .week'vacation. .....'. ber.'has been.changed 'to WA 6-: executive manager of the Galneevitte V
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; 34 ,the ,end. o( fly -+ .' ... Chamber will be chairman!
% the year: wi iIlbeVai. : a begin at the*next meeting.. AlleTiireriErged ind.suffering Inn [ -' 3591: : : ,
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.. ,tiMMl) increase last \ e don't n ; L.. worfc..r
--. XT JNutoviik' Hi,c h' ..ie. I over year.v: : : to attend. V celt' everybody know* : 14V.. '.: ; ; '.0;:, :, V f a community chamber |
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: ; W $ OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED T.V. SALE

,',j ..... See. 1M.11. F.L Zenith, at cost for _
JS HEREBY G2S! *. tat SABATHA SYTRCTT the holder of 1 New 19 inch -
y 'E"The i certg Bata *** aid certflcmtes for a Ux deed to be iwued cash 1 Like New, 24 inch; R.c.A. I THE SALAD ON A CLOUD JJt.
cerufJeate numbers aDd years of lssusnce the description of-.the 17 to*'Sllver-
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:__and the Lama In wbeh it was asMMed are as foSowx: .' console Cheap .
nO. 17 Year of Jauanee 1M1 picture t be.$50.
with new
ot Property W\i of SW1: of m: bf Section I. TowDship S south tone 115.jjrdTflle. Craw.
wegt :110: acres. Hammick, Box
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thanasal.aed -- Phone WA 6-3.,_ ,
follow above' order to*.each additional Certificate.) .
'fielep I said .. rr f ____
DtoDerqtieing. 1A..0Mmt.1 of Wa uUa. State.of Florida ; I -4)6y
such. eerti3icatesyr eutHSeates.n. .. o--redeemed according to bw .._ S
d .. such,.eeJ1t cat or certificates win be Mid to theCircuit
bidder t the Courthouse door OD the 11m Monday In Month of. Aucust. ..., RUDY .
: .. ttis! .54h dal..of UII FOR SALEFOB h.' ) '. -.* .VINSLets hr ,c -_.
W.0lft'. ,day. of. J'unel-ae ..: < : -P. ,i:
1yearold
CeI'k.of Court of -Wakuna. Count Florida SALE. Jenny Colt, take a look at outboard Ixwt- }
'Ylrelnla' ; 711.7.18Moody Pearce Ideal Children s Pet. inc clubs and what they have to
7-C. Gentle
63301. offer. To many boatmen the social
WA
Reasonable. Call activities scheduled by the club are
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.. 'most important. Membership in a .
NOTICE _club provides an outboard skipper
\Entered I I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE and his Family With all sorts of opportunities
that the SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND to have fun. According to h
hereby given a; 1
as second FOR WAKULLA COUNTY FLORIDA.IN the Evinrude Motors News Service,
of County Commissioners of I CHANCERY. '- -: A."How-To-Oo-/f* an active club will usually have
CASE; NO. 1207
.:tion rate County will meet as a something planned for weekend
FORECLOSURE every
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of Equalization on the 15th ;FEDERAL QUALITY HOMES. INC: ) : PAINT I POINTERSIf E of the summer. Trailering cruisesare

l ,. July, 1963, at 8:00 P.M. ..... Plaintiff )) perhaps the most popular ac s'e
'I ; .JAMES MILLS.: JR. and MARY ) tivity.With
If and as often as necessary .ANN MILLhiswife. ) their rigs in tow, members #
: \ until August 5th, 1963. Defendants. ) meet on Sunday mornings and take
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; NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
"'. OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Notice is hereby given that the un- off via a predetermined route for a
fcrsigned. Moody Pearce. Clerk of the specific cruise area. Planning committees
:Circuit Court of Wakulla County. FlorIda have the kinks ironed out
County, Florida. I will on the 1st day of August.'1963. well in advance so that most cruises \
at 11:00 o'clock a.m.. at the front door
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J. D. TURNER Chairman :of the Wakulla County Courthouse atCrawfordv1lle. proceed like clockwork. This, of ... 4.
I Florida, offer foro'sal* course, makes the, cruise more enjoyable ).. # ,
Clerk.I .
: Moody Pearce, and sell at public outcry' to the highest for all concerned.In :
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bidder for cash the following described ......,..:..(;...fl./''IIt's
I Florida property towit situate: In Wakulla County. are also addition active to in cruises other,summer most clubs ac the season to splurge on salads. Plentiful summer fruits

WANTED FEMALE Commence at the Northeast Corner tivities. They often stage regattas, become sparkling jewels when combined in this spectacular
of Lot 60 of Hartsfield Survey fishing derbies, water ski parties and molded salad. It's as good to eat as it is handsome to look at
OPPORTUNITYYOUNG of Lands in Wakulla County. FlorIda and to make too. A favorite of the it be
and run South 17 degrees 30 cook-outs. Regular meetings are easy busy hostess can
WOMEN minutes East 257.7 feet thence run usually held year round. During the made a day qr two ahead'and unmolded on crisp greens rightat
AGES 18 TO 26 South 72 degrees 30 minutes West off season, boating movies and guest serving time.
419.43 feet to the of beginning.
seeking girls with high From said point point of beginning run speakers usually provide the enter. _, Here area few tips to guarantee success with the salad:
South<< 17 degrees 30 minutes East lawn and garden fur- tainment. It is also during the winter To assure ease in unmoldmg the salad it's a good idea to oil the
diplomas or equivalent ex- 125 feet thence run South 72 degrees niture your looks a 'little the worse months that much of the planning mold lightly with salad oil. Although this towering shape is most
30 minutes West 419.43 feet.
to enter our bindery thence run North 17 degrees 30 from weathering now is the for the coming season is done. impressive, any 2 quart container can be used a ring meld
program. Two and minutes West 125.3 feet thence time to it up and add Besides the social aspects of the loaf pan, or round mixing bowL
t. run North 72 degrees 30 minutes color to spruce backyard living.In club, most of these groups keep a To speed up the preparation time set the bowl containing the .
year program of training East 419.43. containing feet to the One point and of One-beginning the case your of wood furniture, close watch on pending legislation gelatin and fruit juice mixture in ice water and stir occasionally

-; : for girls with Half of an acre more or less in start the rehabilitation by care- regarding recreational boating. When until the syrupy consistency is reached!
I qualifications who are will- the Northeast Quarter of Lot 60 of fullv inspecting for loose joints. local or state hearings come up, To unmold the salad run the tip of a narrow knife around the '
Hartsfield Survey of Lands in Wa- clubs it that the boating interest of the and then invert the meld
see to edge mold loosening the salad
learn. ,Apply in person to kulla County. State of Florida. Tighten all screws or bolts, repair .
pursuant to final decree of foreclosure or replace damaged piecesof is well represented. Most clubs on a plate. The deluxe dressing is a combination of marshmaftewcreme .,
f : State Employment Service entered July 11. 1963 In the above wood fill cracks or nail holes also work hard to promote better sour cream, lemon juice and a dash of nutmeg.A .
j Duval .Street, styled case pending in said Court boating facilities such as launching quivering salad calls for cracker GUSTO
.. Docket No. 1207. with putty or plastic wood. Sand a crisp as a partner.
Moody Pearce down the old surface lightly and ramps in their areas. CRACKERS by Nabisco provide the needed contrast in texture
,Clerk oi the Circuit Court wipe with paint thinner' to If you're an outboard boatman and robust flavor.Shimmering.
Wakulla County. Florida who does not belong to a club, takea
CIRCUIT COURT OP THE assure a good sound chalk-free
Fruit Salad With Fluffy Dressing
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP closer look at what they have to
I IN AND FOR WAKULLA dirt-free base. Then apply a offer. If none exist in your area get 3 ((3-ounce) packages lemonY teaspoon salt
IN CHANCERY good primer. flavored gelatin 1 pint strawberries, sliced
NOTICE be together with a few of your boating
should
No. 1218 Metal) furniture
and Cora TJotice is hereby giveh that pursuant thinnerto friends and take steps to organizeone. 3 cups boiling water 1 cup sliced green seedless
to Chapter 194. Florida Statutes. 1941, wiped down with paint 1 cold water seeded
his wife. Local marine dealers are often % cups or grapes
Plaintiffs. the following described lands in Wa remove old chalked paint lemon 1 sliced bananas
kuUa cooperative in helping a new club to U cup juice cup
v*. County. Florida will be sold at and the dirt and grease that
,OP MORTGAGES. public outcry for the highest and beat accumulates from outdoor get started. Greens
ex-
Dyke an dHannah S. cash fordville.bid. Florida at the Courthouse between the in Craw-hoursof posure. Rust spots should be Happy boating. Dissolve gelatin in boiling water add cold water, lemon juice,
hia wife. E. Ray Manley
S. Manley his 11:00 O'clock AJU, and ZOO 0'Clock sanded down to bare metaL Rudy and salt. Chill until syrupy. Stir fruits into chilled gelatin. Turn
.. Edwin Johnson,.and P.M. on the 15th day of August 1963. Apply a smooth, even coat of mixture into a lightly oiled 2-quart mold. Chill until firm.
Lot 13. Blk 12 North in town of
Edwin Johnson his wife
Christian name la to Panacea. Lots 11 and 12. BIk. 17. and the proper metal primer. Unmold on crisp greens. Serve with Fluffy Cream Dreaafeg*
unknown. Lots 9 and 11' Block 19. town of Pan- Once the primer dries top GUSTO CRACKERS and TRISCUIT WAFERS. Makes 8W) .
Defendant acea: Lot 59. Blk 4. Lots 60 and 105 furniture
coat either wood or metal
Blk 7, Lot 107. Blk 8 and : servings.
NOTICE TO APPEAR Lot MISCLES ACHE ?
OF FLORIDA. TO: Blk 11. town of Panacea Park. with hard, durableDuco" Fluffy Cream DressingS
Moody Pearce 108:1. enameL Available in black .
Manley and Joanne S. Manley.
Route No. 2 Statesboro. Geor- Clerk of the Circuit Court white and 20 attractive colors Don't suffer STANBACK relieves cup marshmallow creme 1 teaspoon lemon juice
J. Edwin Johnson and Mr*. J. Wakulla County. Florida I it tough chip-resis pains of tired sore muscles. % cup sour cream % teaspoon salt
Johnson his wife. 821 Buford II provides a STANBACK fast % ground nutmeg
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I acts yet so gently teaspoon
tant finish that holds its color
,. Norcroaa Georgia.
are hereby notified that a suit and high gloss for several i and with pain relieved you Combine ali ingredients; beat until smooth. Chill. Make
feel relaxed
has been comfortable letSTANBACK'
two mortgages
al.tnst you by M,L. Kelso and bees Barber Shop seasons of outdoor exposure. combination formula about 1 cup.

: of. the Second his wife Judicial; in the Circuit Circuit of! (Dc Nat Falat! .lufwmatiM Senrlct) free you from pain due to over ex-

' .. In and for Wakulla County' 2238 South Monroe ercise and other muscular: aches-
. are hereby required to file STANBACK Tablets or Powders. .
Clerk of said Court your writ-
HAIRCUTS 1.00
': *. If any. In -tald ,suit and BOYS ,
I I a copy of same on A. L. Por.
for the Plaintiff Craw. Open 6 days a week, Friday
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Florida. on or before the
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one of the judge of said court, Aford ChevroletOf l Co.'s BIG
seal County thereof.Florida:at,Crawfordvllle this 10th day Four master barbers to ::
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A. D. 1983. serve you.
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Florida.
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Children Need
Thursday, July 18,1963 ._ Ji-,:
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Birth Certificates
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ashion & beauty "fIGURE" 'IT THIS WAY
-J aekIo 1i11 .-The State Boardof t. report : }
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1 Falls Lead" Farm Accidents Health today urged parents!I. by Dee Morrison -: .. Store Wide

... who hare children starting to. I

school this fall to obtain birth I When first flop down in the sun after a long cold winter want to there forever. '
Fill are a leading type of...accident .. Keeps-stairways and you .you just.lie But
craywhcre-ranking second clear of .clothing, passageways certificates' immediately. after you've soaked up a Certain amount: of sunlight, if you're like'me, you look something to

i only to motor vehicle accidents 'as a .Protest -outdoor steps tools and and porches toys. Everett H. Williams, Jr., director do. How about a self-improvement routine that may lead to a breath-taking bcauty-contest-type
of the board's Bureau of Vital l "figger"! P IINT1SA'LE
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c cause of accidental death. from !ice. weather
damage, and rotting Statistics said "We have the,, Skip rope! It will tone up every muscle in your body, and be just as much fun as when you
On the farm they arc certainly no number of the were ten. This could.be "bo);girl type fun. Remember, that's how prize fighters train.
employees
less important. Because farmers work, Fasten rugs'securely; avoid loose- same ro. Of course first things come first. Don't chance a bad burn. Take along Bronztan a lotion
I I under such varied condition, the scatter rugs. Shine waxed floors year round. Right now we're p ro.proven by three famous dermatologists to give protection in the sun for up to four hours. And.the
'I possibility of falling is perhaps even evenly ,to a' ,high polish. ceasing about 500 birth ; shade of that tan is LUSCIOUS. > ? .
a day. If the is indication rope taut. uo as far forwardas
greater than elsewhere, according tothe Keep ladders in ,flood repair, and past any. can without roundingthe
National Safety Council use them instead parents will wait until! EXERCISE A you
of makeshifts. See many This is good for limbering up back. (Aim at the positionin :
The farm worker must repeatedly 'that they' are placed on a firm footing August to make requests and since 1 shoulders and chest and to help J4 Fig. 2 with arms and torso

climb on and off the machines with, and at a safe angle. Move the we can handle only so many- day,, correct. round shoulders. touching floor.) Easy does it! .
which be works. Often he does ladder instead of trying to reach too any last-minute rush is almost Start with legs together, toes I h. Return to sitting position. .
far. knees straight, stom- c. Repeat up and down, slowly
pointed
r heavy work in areas with poor foot bound to cause inconveniences."Your I

ing. He works inall kinds of Wipe up all spills, immediately. child could miss an entire ach, chest in, back,very shoulders straight relaxed.Do chinin EXERCISE G ;

weather, when frozen or wet ground Provide adequate lighting in halls year of school unless a birth certificate not bend up elbows.a. For suppleness of shoulders

i{ makes slipping easy. The farmer and on stairs. Keep a night light is obtained in time. We Hold rope waist and hips. 'Continuesa

usually is his own- maintenance man burning in or near the bathroom. can give fast service now but later taut, folded in Start by being sure your 1
and requires the skills of ti,; half (Fig. 1)). posture iscorrect buttocks
many Prevent falls in bathtubs and during any rush the service will ; tightly tucked under abdomen .
Raise arms .
trades.A
showers by installing grab bars and be slow/* AJ.b. head. flat, chest up shoulders

bit of oil or grease on a tractor using rubber bathmats. Application for a certified copy .I, (Fig. 2). relaxed. :* 1 ': .
step a slip on loose straw while mutt include the full name of the s e. Lower arms Stand firmly} legs apart. STORE ONLY

working in a loft, a loose or cracked child the full of the father L"'i behind you as Arms overheadelbows s straight. .
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; name ; Rope folded in half held ..
rung on a ladder---these and many : the full maiden name of the !tJ far as you ... taut. (Fig. 1..;'.'

other ful and little expensive,things fall can'if lead unnoticed to a pain.or PSN5 t tf mother; the day, month, year, city d can, Over go.Fig.head 3) l ... .: ., : 1)a.. Twist the Here ,are a few of the ,

and of birth wether the again. (Fig. 2). / body quartC'rturn -
county ; ,
'. ignored. : ;; :/ to the left many items to bo"sold j;
.r. : t child Is male or female; and the s.. .I. e. Drop to >: ;; I b. With back j
Nor is the home About : starting posi- f :: i at. .
exempt. child's race. The original birth '. tion. (Fig. 1) ; i {::> .... t straight, lean
two-thirds of the
nation's fall deathsare
in homes; and the farm home is VMCtt fmcn certificate number should be included ; 1. and repeatTry ::t .::::'gi.{.:.,,.,..,.>,*, ,. .V I \\v\i forward and touch left the ,
if possible. If the child was -_ it with hta'' ;1 vPC4AUV.
little different from one in town BKfTASHW* and lower back muscles and 2l ,, floor, holding
: folded in
born in another state, the certificate -I. rope 00
balance. rope taut. (Fig. 2)c. Afl
,Falls happen when in four.
you get NATIONAL FARM must be obtained from that : 'Start in sitting position, legs Return to standing position
too much of a hurry. Then you are SAFETY WEfK. state.A EXERCISE B straight out, head up, chin in, facing forward.d. .

Nicely to pay too little attention to JULY 2t 27,1rt full photo copy. or a wallet- Stretches and limbers. arms, shoulders relaxed, arms over- Alternate left and right.
your surroundings. use the, wrong sized card encased in plastic legs and torso. head, elbows straight. Rope I .1 OFFLIST
maybe EXERCISE H
equipment for the job. and put off Start in sitting position, legs folded in quarters.a. .
? hazards. obtained. The type wanted Raise arms For flexibility of shoulders
removing tripping together, knees straight, toes
should be specified. A fee of one turned and KEEP them straight 'over- J chest and waist. .
up ,
Positive that I Start with PRICE '
steps require only a dollar for each copy or card must up. (Rope fold- head.ropetaut, perfect posture-
if taken iT, bottom under stomach flat
moment immediately will : and bend knees ,
fi 1f ",? the application. Ap ed quarters) (
; accompany chest shoulders ,relaxed.
eliminate many causes of falls saysthe : Raise slowly. (Fig. 1) V up
arms .
Council. 0...... N..S plication forms may be obtainedat over a. head,rope b. Lower Stand firmly with legs apart... Shingle Stain *- .
county health departments but held taut. (Fig. J slowly,keep elAI. arms straight out to the side,
i I a letter will be adequate if it con- 1). bows straight elbows straight, rope single
wrapped around hands to ad- Flat Wall Paint
I bring for- e- *
Ii i thins all the above information.The b. With arms I. ward over rope feet. just length of rope. It should be
held
board also suggests that before straight f taut and straight at all times.
"FLORIDA COUNCIL (Fig.2)c. Wall
REPORTS"I Hi Gloss
'- reach out .
I! starting the first grade, the with over V..... In continuous slow motion (Fig. 1) 4 ..,
rope '
By WORLEY BROWN Miami Beach on Monday, July child have a physical examinationand the feet. (Fig. .J"6"': bring rope under knees gradu- knees.a. Do.not move feet or bend PaintVarnish .P-I :

Chairman'Fla. Industrial Comm. 15. Later in the year the two basic immunizations 'diph- 2). ,. ally straightening the legs. Twist
remaining conferences will be c. Reach for- (Fig. 3) Stains .
theria cough,
lockjaw whooping
left. (
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Statistics d. Resting on buttocks only,
are highly impor wardhead
tant in the.battle for industrial held for the Gulf coast, and for smallpox and polio. down, elbows '.. slowly bring rope under thighs 2) .
Wall Paint
the central Florida area. b. the7JJ Latex
safety because they tejl us how straight, scooting until l legs are straight and off
well In the face of thousands more hands on 3. the floor. Shoulders off floor c. Twist
we are doing. But it is the
1 tragedy and horror of the indus: people in Florida going on the floor. Try to too. (Fig. 4)>)> d.body right. i Soft Wall Paint
job all the time, the necessityof hold rope taut. (Fig. 3). e. Reverse the'action, slowly re-
trial accident that spurs all of .doing a better and better YOU CAN GET d. Return to starting positionover turning to position in Fig. 1. Repeat and ; I !. Varnish f
us on to greater effort in the and and repeat. tj "
safety performance in the future head, repeat up "
struggle against accidental RELIEF FROM"HEADACHE down slowly.EXERCISE. EXERCISE E EXERCISE / to \j: ,'.
death mud injury. becomes more_ and more urgent. To improve and maintainflexibility. Outside Paint
For flexibility and to
That is demonstrated .
urgency C
According to the statistics, PAINSTANBACK strengthen back and abdominal
spectacularly Florida's zooming For suppleness of hack Start in. sitting positionith -
however have been muscles. Quick Drying
; we winningthe
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and muscles. \\ back straight, legs wide
shoulders leg
economy.In FAST-relief ,
fight.: But we'must be gives you Lie flat on backlegs straight,
un Enamels
Start with legs together, apart, knees straight, toes ,
from of headache up.
neuralgia, folded
relenting in this conflict because the future historians will pains arms overhead, rope in
knees folded into Rope folded into )
bent, ( quarters.
rope
neuritis,and minor of
arthritis
pains half, floor
looped out on over-
recoup the ,stories of these dec-
nothing short of the perfect record rheumatism. Because STANBACK four parts. Keep head forward a. Reach overhead
head. (Fig. 1)
can-in ades with amazement. Speakingin relaxed.a. r ,7
l any way-equate contains several medicallyapprovedand neck and shoulders .0. arms
; with the value we place on hu- Miami last year President prescribed ingredients for fast Place rope f straight, lope c- '
: man life. Kennedy' said: ". Top engin- relief, you can take STANBACK'with I \inder the met- taut. (Fig. l) .. ;

In stark, recognition of that eering and scientific plants will confidence. Satisfaction'guaranteed! tarsal arch and 4) b. Keepingback a You check '
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fact the Florida Industrial Com be setup in all parts of Florida Test 3a', W .. very
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} mission is in the midst of a big more industry will.come .' STANBACK. r : slowly with the I ,. .a stretch arms I. .
.alnst any t r I heels.. (Fig. 1) and body for !' :
the educational GAS.MIL.EAGE '
campaign called 19-SAFETY-3. "whole and em- you4re s.. ,. a i b. Gradually ward to the light, leaching out a.Inonecontin-
I ployment structure will be vastly ever -4. uous motion i j
Governor
Farris Bryant kicked used /a1riHs straighten the with rope over right foot.
off the campaign at the'.antlual improved" and in many ways this ... .... legs. Keep toes (Fig. 2)) ." swing arms' on YO'T cargig
. Florida Industrial Commission part 'of the United States' ..f 7 y'tr ( up.Fig.2).Tryto ( ) c. Alternate left and right. i. q and and, forward body up, i
which is the oldest in country y ,:;. straighten -"
Safety Conference in Orlandoin par
EXERCISE F looping ropey
.*. will be the: the legs entirely :
February. youngest lob 25* 63* 96* : Ja.. For flexibility of hip and leg out over feet, '
[ 19-SAFETY-3 is a massive and most vital in the new space \it finally elbows resting muscles.Sit head down, hands touching

t. public relations effort involving age period. < floor. (Fig. on 3)cSlowlybend with back straight, legs floor. (Fig. 2) :-
industry, business, labor, insurance In the last decade' Florida's apart, knees straight, toes up, b. Swing back to prone positionon ,

f; professional and civic organizations population zoomed upward almost ing knees, return to starting rope. in eighths.a. Repeat back.c. and down up and ,.
Stretchslowly up
f government, newspapers 80 per cent to just shortof position, and repeat I down.

magazines, TV, and ra five million,in 1960. Since the e- As you improve fold rope ward, keeping for- As you progre.ss, do this exercise but how about
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r[.: dio. 19CO census, population experts into eighths. back straight, -_ 'J with the rope folded in four .

.... All of these elements are estimate, we have gained an- EXERCISE D knees straight,- parts, then in eighths, keepingthe PAINT MILEAGEon ; ,
banded together in presentingfive other half million and that popu- Wonderful for abdominal arms straight, i Co( L- rope taut.

regional safety conferences lation, will reach seven millionby ..-- your house?
'f c through the state. Two of these 1970. .

t. '. ; conferences already have been Non-farm employment, grew HOWCOQL -, KnownMINNESOTA
Nationally ;
, held, for the "
northwest
i one at from approximately 700,000 in ,
' Pensacola, and the other for the 1950 to almost 1,400,000 last ,. WILL You BE : ,:"

, northeast, at Jacksonville. The year. We estimate there will be ,... -
third one, for the southeast, will two million
non-farm-employed t
Co ... ,
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:COUNTY J4 8 "\ SOPCHOPPYNEWS: GRAWFORDVILLE' ', ST. MARKS NEWS


i'Therad4a s.a By LOUISE 'a SAPP PERSONALS Mr. and .Mrs. George.Ladd jnvl

Mr, and '-Mrs.: Rey Lett and children are enjoying 'a.' tour inthe

j7T VfR'S II Jean and Jr. Mr. Bill Pridgon? of the Agriculture southern, part of the state and
fNSf daughter, son Roy '
Soil Conservation office will visit,friends in Miami. :
Tallahassee visited Mrs. Carrie -f r
of .
Ashmore 'Friday. While here,they visited his family -in',Gainesville Mr. and Mrs, Paul Kreagerspent ;:: A. : .

last weekend.Mr. the weekend in Atlanta : .
riding
enjoyed boat waterskiingand : v
G' ;. W. Haney, Engineer of the visiting their son, Mr. and Mrs. .
SPECIAL THURSDAY swimming. Florida State Board of Health, Paul M. Kreager and children.
FRIDAY Mr.. and Mrs. Byran Cox of Tallahassee
was a visitor at the Health De- Mrs. Daisy Ewing of Carrabelle

arid SATURDAY visited Mrs. Cox's par- partment, last week. visited her sister, Mrs. Ruby Ward
ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Reynolds
Ward of day last
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey one week.

J .- -' Sunday. Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. | Mrs. Cluster Home and children .i
<:' -f' '. Mr. and Mrs. Delton Calvin of I J'
C. L. Townsend, recently- of Hileah has returned home after

( Medart visited in Sopchoppy. Sun- Mrs. Anita Townsend, Public spending, two weeks here with her

FRYERS. Grade, ..A, Ib.f '. : : 29c day. 0 Health Nurse ,and Miss Mercedes parents, Mr. and Mrs. GroverWhaley. ,
\ .. : ; Francis of "
: : "' '.' Mr, and Mrs Torn _
health worker, at-
:' Murphy, mental
ROUND 'STEAK Jacksonville visited Mrs Catherine Lt. Coi: and Mrs. Albert Hal-
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.f1 and baby care
tended mother
9c a
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., ,. Olah and .Mrs. Stevie Revell.over instructional course, sponsored bythe comb of Tampa' were the weekend a
< : "; : the weekend. guest of her parents,Mr. and Mrs. .
American Red Cross, at the '-. .
I TOMATOES, 303 eon 2 foV :,25cCOFFEE:6.oz.r Mrs. Carrie -Asbmore visited Jefferson County Health Department Steve Coggins. .
,
!
c' relatives in Tallahassee Thursday Mr. Vester Cutchins of Miami is
.
<. t .. in Monticello last week. '
afternoon. spending some time here with his

,. ;.:" ... ... .....89 c Mr. James Anderson of -New First Sargent and Mrs.from C. Ft.E. brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest '" 'I o
children
and four
StuH
old friends.
Smyrna is making his home biSopchoppy. Cutchins and visiting
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-. ,his house trailer is Benning Ga. are visiting Mrs. Miss Kay Cogdill, _and Miss TI
FAB ;
detergent .giant size 79c and Mrs.Charles' .
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; located.on an uptown lot. Stull's parents, Mr. Jerry and Jan Pearce of Craw- ::-

Plat < Mr.and Mrs... Hiram Carter and Dawson. fordville spent the weekend at
Mr. and Mrs. Billie Posey and
< Beach.
Blue AAAYONNAISE Panama City
pt. < 29ct children spent Sunday with Mrs.
Raker. family have returned to Washington : Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Kyle, Sr., of I
Carter's mother Mrs. Mae
,
after visiting relatives here, Sopchoppy visited with his sister, In The Service
...
:... ;. Mrs. Agnes Jayner is visitingher returned with Oliver Family I
Mrs. Annie Posey Mrs. Lottie Sessions and son, 'Mr.
> ( "'.. tr ; son and daughter-in-law in the mfor a short vacation. and Mrs. JO.. Pope, Jr. and family (AHTNC-Army Pvt. JohnnyF.
; SHOP and SAVE AT :' .' '' Tallahassee, where she is recuperating Mrs. Linda Braxton Modlin and i ion Sunday. Reunion in WakulSa Hewett, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs.J. .
if-
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: from a long illness. baby of Lincoln, Nebraska, paid ,a Mrs. Emma Joiner has had as The Oliver Family Reunion was F. Hewett, 5405 Isbelle Dr.,

f{. '':dry''PIGOTT'S STORE' -, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Crum of short visit to Mr. and Mrs. S. B.'her guest last week her daughters,'held July 6th at the home of J. Tallahassee, Fla., completed eight

: f,. ,. v ;. \ Tallahassee, were visitors of Mrs. Forbes Jr., Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. Annie Rogers, Lincoln, Ala.; M. Gwin in Wakulla according to weeks of advanced infantry train.

7 .. Laurice Roberts, Friday. Friday, Center, Fort Gordon, Ga., June
Scott Paula and Kevin, and Chris Ala. and her son, Mr. and Mrs. relatives. attended
e they were enroute to South Florida John Champion of Platersville the event and 28. Hewett received instruction in
give, TOPYALUE! Stamps : : Gowdy visited .points of interestin I enjoyed a covered

.. to spend several days vacation. Silver Springs D.a tori.a.. ,-Ala. Her sister, Mrs Carrie Hicksof dish dinner. : combat techniques and In firingthe
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; ;. M-14 rifle and M-60 machinegun
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: t. '\ .. Mr. Myron Hodge transacted Ala. is her this
Piedmont
v-: Marineland and'St.. Augustine last guest The oldest relative attendingwas '
business Atlanta, Ga. last Fri- weekend. < week., Mrs. Carlos: Branch of Albany, ; two of the Army's newest Infantry -,'

.. .., C! Charles of weapons. He entered the
Mr. and Mrs. Cogdill
Georgia, and the
day.Mrs. Mr. and MrS: Bobby Posey ,- youngest was the last and completedbasic
; Louise Sapp, of Sop hoppy, Gainesville ,spent Tuesday with little 6 months 'old Army February
COMPLETE and family are in Idaho for amonth's daughter of Fort Gordon.
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Land and eon, :his brother; J. S. Cogdill and Mr. and Mrs. Parnell training at
T all vacation. Oliver of The former Leon High School student .
XclSS6C Pracy, of Panama City were the
family. '
'. ., FLORIST Mrs. Mildred Sykes and daughter of Tallahassee, son of Mr. and airs' was employed at Bill Gordy
dinner guest of Mrs. Helen'Crosby Mrs. Inez Walker, Director
Robert Oliver.
Mary Ellen and daughter Mary Phillips 66 Service Station before
Flowers & Candy Inc. SERVICE Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ellen and Mrs.: Betty Rakestraw the Department of Elementary -- ...t,...... t)., _. /
is the
Land left Saturday morning to School Principals attending)
and daughter Gloria, all from East
J spend two weeks in Lakeland, FlaMr. summer conference of Elementaryand
Point Ga., were the guests of Mr.
: Jasper Davis was admittedto .. Secondary Principals! at Clear-
and Mrs. Jim Harper, recently.
:
j .. : 1 < : : ; water. She was accompanied by
-p : the Forsythe Hospital Saturday Mr. and Mrs. James DeVaneyand
.. Mrs: Edna Tait of Tallahassee,
: .. ,. July 14. two children of Red Bank
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\ 1 ... ._'' '!'-' :!IOg1'O .,. ,_, of Tallahassee president of the :Florida l Education -
Nona Revell
Miss
of Mr.
.t0; .. '''' ; New Jersey, were the guests Association.Mr. F r.
; .- visited her sister$ ,Mrs. Wanda and Mrs. Larry Glover, last week.
\ "SB : formerly Tillman's.;: ,-':' :, ;sI Stuber over the weekend.Mr. Mrs. George Walker left Tuesday and Mrs. J. O. Pope, Jr. _

(]\'Ekr.EfFEnsONsf\ !'_ _. Eii. .: .r' and Mrs. Ben Simmons of for Clearwater, to attend the and family, Mr. visited and Mrs.Mrs. Spencer Pope'smother r--i--i i _
n : Sopchoppy and daughter, MaggieLee Conference of the Florida Education
Baker in Qniega, Ga., this week.
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f' 1"" granddaughter Janet of De- Association.Mr. _
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: ,) and Mrs. Cecil and #
: : I : troit, Michigan, visited Mr. Charles Levy f'
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'. : family of Buffalo, New York, l
Simmons in Tallahassee over the
..'- .1... ..--r1"ll '* t .
". .... weekend. visited Mr. Levy's parents, Mr. and Selected
Local FFA
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Mrs. Ed ,Levy at Wakulla Beach, .
PHONE 224-5023TALLAHASSEE,' -FLORIDA f Mr. S. W. Revell entertained. ." : f ar.
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.. relatives at an' ,outdoor fish fry last week. '
t. :. iir) WA 6-3301 CRAWFORDVILLE. evening. Attending Mr. and Mrs;, Manning Lewis ..RepresentativesHigh ,: .
.V in, his home Saturday
.. "..i ... 1 ,. S the fish fry was the Stevie I and Mrs. Marian:' Lindquist of I ':"SpringsWakuUa County
Gainesville visited Mrs. John began
students
vocational agriculture
'' Revell family ,Mr. James Anderson
:. ? Mrs. Effie Bankston and
: Mrs. Catherine Olah, Mr and Stamper, a week's course in practical] I II
,
Miss Clifton Hall last Sunday.Mr. ;
at O'Leno
training today
: forestry
.. Mrs. Frances Zorn and son.
: and Mrs. Aaron Wigintonand State Park just north of here., :
and the Richard Kurth
Michael,
TALLAHASSEE THEATRES son are on vacation in Texas. Wakulla County Future Farmers
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.. f mi\y.\
of :America,,'.selected l by their
:Mr. Ben lodge has been admit- :
: FLORIDA STATE local Chapters to represent them,I I
the'Tallahassee Memorial
ted to
Craw
Rt. 1
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iOHBBDaBaai '- are Thomas Posey* : i
Hospital. r ,;, ; fordville; and Sammy. Nichols, Ht.

Today thru Saturday State Patrolman' Lawrence Roberts f' ,' .1, Crawfordville. '

Now Showing Robert and family! _,:of Wachulla: are \ .

Taylor spending,, several days with Law

Ann Margaret "CATTLE KING" rence's parents Mayor Johnnie. ,:, 4 l a

Roberts.. and family
WORRIED? NERVOUSOver
\ Dick Van Dyke Plus CoHit"RYE Mrs.' Lucille Harrell and daughter -

Nancy visited relatives in Tallahassee b
Frankie Avalon Change-of-Life?
'; BYE last week. .
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"DRUMS.OFAFRICA" Congratulations to Mr.and Mrs. :..z.. 4 :: Ease your mind. Get welcome relief + Iii'

BIRD'IE" Sim B. Brooks who observed their :.. with special woman's medicine

;. 50th wedding anniversary on June : -$ ;.. do-take a special woman's

';. medicine-Lydia E. Pinkham ; _i it
29th.Mr.
: Vegetable Compound -develDon't -
and Mrs. Walter Harms and
dread those seemingly
oped by a woman-specially to
PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN Mr. and Mrs. May Vause attendedthe endless years of misery and help women by relieving such ......

'.'. OUTDOOR ON WOOBVH1E HWY.mmHMBKM funeral of Mrs. Mary Ella discomfort, of sudden hot functionally caused female
flushes of weakness and distress.
,
after waves
MHq in Carrabelle
,] Gray Sunday irritability. There is a special In doctors'tests woman after .
; noon. woman's medicine which can woman found that Pinkham's
:t; Tonight thru Saturday Tonight thru Saturday On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. ,relieve those heat waves, weakCompound gave dramatic help Picture of the birthday Ply

..' .::Harms entertained their ness, nervousness, so you can to all this without costly shots., given Jackie Vault on July 9th.
't. Showing 8:15 Showing 8:15 with enjoy life again. So that you Irritability is soothed, hot This was at the Oklotkone Ret'tuarant. '
perlieu.dinner:
neighbors
a.. .
can once more be an affectionate flashes subside. So don't sit and d'.d6.
( "DAY OF THETRIFJFIDS" Patrick Allen on their .river bank- lawn Enjoy wife and mother.. brood and feel unable to help ,

t' \ THE TRAITORS' ing the occasion were Mr.' and If you are going through the yourself. You can feel better.
Mrs.' Harry Kendall and family change, don't despair. Do as Get gentle Lydia E. Pinkham
countless thousands of women Vegetable Compound today.
Showbt 9:55 Co-Hit.9:35 who:are spending ,the summer' at
The. gentle! medicine with the gentle name LYDIA E.PINKHAM .
; Steve McQueen Mark Damon their Kendallwood home on'Sop- I The Flare For Casual Fun

;t.: .- -w .-, .. "THE YOUNG choppy River," Mr. Kendall'sbrother RED CHERRY SPARKLER!
:. ...... ,'!$LOR" : A. B. Carroway and sister
'<.'t, v RACERS"IN .<"::;' ,' miui-
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irI. t Mrs. :Grace Patton and her &r. % "'v': ; ,
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husband. Mrs. Annie Harms and
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Miss Julie Nelson of Orlenda, the

: : "' J .. .:: granddaughter of Julius-Harms is l I't

r.ty. .. spending a couple weeks with the

} .- Harms family. ,

.: Our community is concerned and '
a--
t" sorry over the 'serious illness of ,
i
> ennings Rouse who is in T.M.H. ".'

t.; We hope and pray for his recovery. >;' :,.

4 Rev. Richard Sprague and fam- IIIJrtr'
a + f il yleft Monday on a two weeks Y.

I vacation in the Carolinas. They 4 s
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(are using the:Camper Trailer of tl ; --
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'. ,Rev, :Patmore of Carrabelle, and : _

taking along clothing and giftsto .r

Itf' missionary Julian Turner of ". ,

Robbiiuprille, N.C. who works i. ; ;

among the Cherokee Indians. Mr. For that Fourth of July .celebration in the.back yard this
M. L. Mayton Carrabelle will fill gay Red Cherry "Flag" Dessert will match the fireworks! a

fi. the Methodist church pulpit nex great last-minute time-saver too make it early in the-day

Sunday at 9SQ and Mr. Sam decorate at serving time.
" a.m. Let this bright and delicious dessert top offgriled hot dog
Tallahassee
: .' Teague of will have rolls made simply by inserting pre-cooked frankfurter, and a
,
r'-- Tc the 11:00 service Sunday, July28. -strip of cheese in a long roll then wrap firmly in bacon and

: The Sandbanks swimming area .. hold with toothpicks. Broil over a slow fire until well browned.- '

w, .- is very alive and active this summer These. go well with a big green salad, and dill pkklea "

-.. : Red Flag HoW i
Cherry
FLORIDA young folks from the surrounding e
(3 ) cherry, blAck cherry
1 package oz.
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BEER IS A NATURAL area are enjoying the .. mixed fruit flavor gelatin *. **' ;. ,:::,
; ne wdhring board and 2 floats '. 1 cup boiling water '- -r- -:,-, _

f : wholesome'grains and tangy hops from The city has hauled in additional '. 1 cup cold water _. -' r .
the
As natural ,$ .
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almond : .
extract 1.
beef Is Florida traditional beverage oft san dfor further improvement. 1/4 teaspoon j-r .:; .z' /
breed. ..
= which tt is 8 ladyfingers, (slit) {:1. :
iT are picnic tables .
.tlgM. sparkling,deli ioul. ere to add ,to What's
moderation
1/4 cup chopped maraschino cherries new for casual hummer wear' the easy-going
:; And naturally Florida's Brewing Industry is proud to b. a I the, fun. Sweetened whipped cream _> --", flared skirt that shows in
-' ": : purchaser- of Florida products and raw materials. For The sub district of M.Y.F held 1/3 cup flaked coconut (optioaal0< .picnicking and up- Ii gay lighthearted mood for
r e r major for millions of additional maraschino cherries patio-tog. Here's one version of the flare,
I Industry is responsible their 12 ,
,S example,the Brewing quarterly meeting Monday seen here in a
: -,, ; doHars paid annually lo Florida. farmaritfel.pwlpwod to W.zr t.a. Jeyening'In-:the-Church Fellowship ,,. .Dissolve-gelatin in boiling) water. Add cold water And almond been woven fresh-faced gingham check pattern that's

.a.- :, made I/+*o cardboard,boxes.. and carton*:: JMhens more are %:-. Itlootn t-Methodist: church: .; : extract. Poor c%, cup of"mixture into 9-inch pie pan.Chill until on a. soft cotton knit abric- lt'. a compete
materials and''semces.ln',, IMrida1 ; :r thickened. Line sides of with ladyfingers. Chill wraparound (an inner facing helps to keep the flare there)
for other Florida ,. iiss slightly pan
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f; scent r.i.enjol n. ".-.. .- ,.-.. ....., .... .) ;"Newayae y A_ den eiTr, until _t )but a&t.1imL ,-" twice pocketed in front> and tied at the waist in a draw-.
_! beer,belongs> daughter of Mr/and Mrs. Alfred Chill remaining gelatin until slightly thic)[ !1 d.. Place bowl .in string !> ' !'_' .t"': .,. 1t\-- Roddenberry of Tallahassee is ;ice and water'and whip gelatin until'flaffy and;thick. Fold in .' braid icing, Checks out in the same precise of the
; Pattern
: .1. Jt.t\UNITED-STAGES I eREWERS'ASSOCIATION.. f4C.fir' visiting'* her grandmother Mrs. cherries. Pour over gelatin in pan. Chill until JnD. Unmold. skirt forr a w elI"planned
coordinated look. Styles shown are
'I I Susie ""!IioJ -"" .,. Spread with sweetened whipped cream leaving a flag shape open from Bobbie
Roddeiiherry
Brooks'
: .. t' < FLORIDA DIVIWON _. ... in center. Sprinkle with coconut if .desired.* Decorate with addi; and summer collection' of informal clothes,
--'- U --. '- "-.- tional chemes Hakes servings. .'. '-\...'. ...;w'. 0, *$ are available in kcal 'stores.t .
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