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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 25, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (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).
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VOLUME 64-NUMBER 48
CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA Thursday July Zs, 1963 I PRICE 10 CENTS PER COPY
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nsurance Must Net-Law At Gas Tax Refund
Hon. Conner
Doyle
Be ConvertedMany Spring CreekAn Available .

Florida veterans who hold, i Act relating to and prohibiting Farmers may collect 4 cents on

GI "RS" insurance policies have the taking of fish with every gallon of gasoline purchased To Here '

three months remaining in whichto net in certhin areas in any county during the past 12 months for Speak > t.

qualify for a special.. dividendby in the state having a populationof agricultural purposes if they file < ,
exchanging for **W* term not less than four thousand six for a federal gasoline tax refun "

policies or converting to perma hundred ((4.600) and not more than before September 30. 7th. 4-*

nent insurance, the Veterans Ad- five thousand three hundred Roger P. Hill, assistant economist '. September ;

,ministration said today. (5,300), 'according to. the latest with the Agricultural Extension
John Stamper, Service officer, Service H--;
official cautions
decennial farmers
census; provid- not to :
;said the special dividend, authorized let Plans for the dedication of the Wakulla County Live-
ing penalty; providing an effective the dealline slip up on them. : ...
I' for this purpose, expires on date. "Only the gasoline used in the \ stock Pavillion are nearing completion. The Wakulla County

September 13, 1963. Be it enacted by the ,Legislatureof production of agricultural or horti Chamber of Commerce and the Wakulla County Junior Cham-

!' After that date, "RS" policy. the State of Florida: cultural commodities including I& ber of Commerce announce that the program and Fish Fryl 1

holders may still convert or exchange Section 1. In any county in the trees may be claimed for the tax y's J_.' will take place on Saturday, September 7th, at 3:30 p.m.!
their policies, but they will refund," Hill .....
; state having a population of not stresses. The word"agricultural' Presidents O. E. Hendrickson I
'no longer be eligible for the dividend .
lesS than four thousand six hundred includes stock, and Mack Parrish of the two
: payment. (4,600)_ and not more than dairy, poultry? fruit, fur-bearing organizations said that dedication I
: Only GI insurance policyholders five thousand three hundred animals and truck farms, orchards, l'S ceremonies will get underway at r

'with "RS" insurance that. was is- (5,300), according to the latest plantations, ranches, nurseries, ''' T L 3:30 p.m. followed by the Annual
sued to Korean Conflict
servicemenare official decennial census, it is unlawful ranges and greenhouses.Hill Family Night and Fish Fry.
concerned in this
program, for any person to take fish explains that the claim may Hon. Doyle Conner, Commis.
Stamper said. On or before September by the use of a net from Spring be filed by the owner, tenant or sioner of Agriculture will be ,the

13, 1963, they must: Creek from the boil of the creekto operator of a farm who purchasedthe f aw. principal speaker at the event.
1. Exchange the "RS"
term the area of the mouth of the gasoline. If a tenant and Platform guests will include
policy for a "W" term policy, generally creek known as the cove. owner share cost of gasoline, each ,4 state officials, Leon County offi-

costing about one-third- of- Section 2. Any person violating may claim a refund on his share cials, Mayor and Councilmen from

'r'\:, what they are now paying; or section 1 of this 'act shall be "Farmers may also claim a re- Tallahassee. Representatives of 5. J., Folks Jr.
2. Convert the "RS" policy to fund ,
1 low deemed guilty of a misdemeanorand on gasoline used by a custom i the Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce -
i cost. permanent plan of insurance. shall be punished according to operator," Hill adds, "provided his 1 Tallahassee Jaycees. and I Named Chairman ,
;. law. bill from the custom operator included local officials. J
The "W" term insurance cannotoe Section 3. This act shall take the cost of gasoline used." Indications are that this will be S. John Folks, Jr., supervisor of
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-4" renewed after age 50 but the Farmers not claim rural development for Fiends
effect immediately upon becominga may a refundon one of the.highlights of the yearin
insured ma yat any time while law, June 12, 1963. gasoline used on*the highway, Wakulla County. | Power Corporation, has been

term insurance is in force, convertto Became a law without the Gov|in processing commodities or for Past years have brought out named to the post of national
any of six permanent plans. I personal If Boner W Griner chairman of the Farm Youth Com-
ernor's approval. .' purposes. a vehicleis Larry \V. Fogarty hundreds of people to the Family
These'have' fixed premiums higher Filed in Office of Secretary of used both on the farm and for Night Affair and this year's added mittee by the Edison Electric In

than for term insurance but they 'state June 12, 1963. non-farm purposes, the farmer program is expected to swell the stitute.
\. do not increase in cost every five must arrive at an allocation of the number.J. The 20-man committee repre-
.years as term insurance premiums amount used for each sents investor-owned electric companies -
and
Lions Club purpose D. Turner, chairman of the
do. \ NewsThe claim only that used on the.farm. ,' Beard of County Commissionerssaid I throughout the United

!8 r, .' The siv permanent plans o ar 4: Community Birthday Calendar he emphasizes. .' i : "The Livestock Pavillion will States.

ordinary life, twenty payment<*< life, sponsored by the Lions, Club The Agricultural,Extension economist -i mear much to"Waku1JaCounty and .Folks joined Fk ri4aTp ,Cor.
thirty payment life twenty-year' o fSopchoppy ts' under the chairmanship stresses that records shouldbe I i we are proud of it." poration as an Agrftoftbt| Engineer

endowmen, endowment at age 60, this year of Lion Ralph kept which show the date of I ... L. D Taylor, county agent will in 1953, and is active Ian rural

and endowment at age 65. Brown. Workers in your area each purchase, name of vendor and I ;! _' ;., give a summary of the partici- development programs wfth farm

Policyholders need not write to wil lbe calling on you people asking number of gallons. A record of = 1 .- \. pation and progress of the build. ers, rural youth groups and civic
r the VA since information, premium for jour name and birthday the number of gallons used duringthe a ing, its designed uses and placein organizations throughout the com
rates and application forms are date, anniversary date, special year by custom operators :: community life. pany's 32-county system. He is a

being sent by the VA to each vet school, church, club or community working for the ,farmer should also As in the past the public is member of several community,

eran still holding an "RS" policy. events, to be printed on the calendar be kept, : invited to attend the event. state, and industry organizations. ,

at the- .nriee----- of-- 2Jw---! onrh.___no All claims, Hill states, must be I\ Additional features of the after Folks is a graduate of the Unil!
The calendar sells for" 50c and ,I filed on Form 2240. This form noon and evening program will be versity of Florida and holds bachelor :

S. Bridge ContestFor wil lbe delivered around Dec. 15th. can be obtained from your county : announced as they are completed I and'master of science degree:

There will be advertisements of agricultural agent. The period i. The following is the tent.a.tiv..IproKram I in agricultural erfginee.rb1F."., .asdj,
Cancer business firms, some of whom will covered by the claim is from July {!THE TWO FLORIDA BOYS shown on the .right designed and built : has taken advanced courses' toward]1

In conjunction with the Ameri- be offering gifts and discounts, 1,1962, through June 30, 1963. The I these extraordinary miniature automobiles for the 1963 Fisher BodyCraftsman's DEDICATION PROGRAM; a PhD. degree. '

'an Contract Bridge League Char- on the birthday date of people form should be mailed to the Di- Guild competition Each entry won the first tate awardof SEPT. 7th, 1963, 3:30 P.M. He is married, has four ehfldrenJ !

ity Tournaments, the Tampa, St. whose name appears' on the calen- rector of Internal Revenue, Jacksonville $150 cash,' then went on to be declared the regional winner, which WAKULLA COUNTY and resides in St. Petersburg, 1 j

Petersburg Bay Area Bridge Clubs dar.The Florida., [entitles the boys to an expense paid trip to the Guild conrention in LIVESTOCK PAVILLION
will participate in the "Trump Out profit from this calendar .. Detroit from July 30-Augnst 2. The upper pictures show the senior Invocation. Richard Sprague "
Larson To
,. Cancer" benefit game to be held project will again be used for sup- division winning entry and the young man that built it, Boner W. Griner.Introduction of Guests__ Speak
plying uniforms New Law Set Hialeah. The lower car, entered by Larry W. Fogarty, 13, of
Saturday, July 27, at 1:30 p.m., f9r the Sopchoppy 20, of Fred Keightley, At
School honors .in the junior division Both model cars are in the Regional Meet
Band
(at the Toffanetti Hotel in St. and the Sight Con- : Sarasota won : Master of Ceremonies
Petersburg. servation program. !For Notary Publics national finals and in competition- for one of eighteen scholarships Welcome.0.. E. HendricksonJPresident---------.1 TALLAHASSEE (Special J.;

Proceeds of this and other games The Captains and workers in the I TALLAHASSEE Florida's- valued at $38,000.Trooper C of C Edwin Larson, State Treasurer and

will be ,contributed to the American Sopchoppy area are Raymond Re- 70.000 notaries public will have Gibson Forbes Brief Summary of History I Insurance Commissioner, will address -! .
Cancer Society Crusade Fund vell, Bandmaster Birch and members to be absolutely honest in certifying Wakulla Co. Livestock Pavilion the Regional Meeting of the, .

and to the United Cerebral Palsy of the band, Lions Club mem documents after September 1 CeremonyMr. 1. Participation of local legislative .II State Chamber of Commerce/

Association. bers and some Woman's Club or face a possible penalty of up delegation. Thursday, July 26 in Panama City,.
Many Florida players are famil- members. Panacea: Mrs. Laverne to five years in jail and a $5,000 Bill's ; and Mrs. Cecil L. Forbes of 2. Participation of Board o fat the Escape Motel and Retau-
Robinson of Crawfordville announce the mar- I
iar with the annual charity games Ocklocknee Restau fine when the new law regulating County Commissioners. rant,
rant Mrs, Jackie Vause of Vause'sStore riage of their daughter, Mary 3. Participation of j As Florida
activities. Duplicate bridge is notaries goes into effect. HighwayPhilosophy, Wakulla s I Planning Director of:
played, which means that all pairso and Mrs. Johnson of John Secretary of State Tom Adamsr Louise, to Mr. William Leon Gibson County Development Au i the Economic Stabilization Tack

fplayers play the same hands, at 1 son's Garage. Medart: Mrs. John alerting all of the state's notaries son of sergeant and Mrs. Willis thority. :I I Groups of the Office of Emergency

the same time, throughout the Pigot at Pigot Store, Mrs. Walter public to the law passed by the C. Kinard of Tallahassee, .on 4. Plans and uses of pavillion Planning, Mr. Larson will outline'

nation. A series tff hands-is played Tully, Mrs. Buddy Tully and Mrs. 1963 Legislature, pointed out thata July 11, 1963 at Thomasville, Ga. 5. Place in community life of, the progress being made by the

at each of the tournaments and the Monteen Durrance. Smithcreek: notary who falsely or fraudulently Is your birthday this month i Mrs. Gibson plans to join her county, by L. D. Taylo r five Task Groups under his juris
Mrs. Anderson'and. Renew driver's licenseNOW !husband in the near future, at
Opal your
scores for these hands are enteredin Mrs. notarizes a document hence- I County Agent. J diction. He will touch on Consumer
Minnie Lee Cannon Air Force. Base, New Me.x-
nation-wide competition. Every Langston. forth will be guilty of a felony ._ 'ito. Introduction of Guest Spea'er.HoD. Rationing, Price Control, Heat .l
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player who enters the tournamentat would If you are not called upon, they] and subject to a maximum prison Invent a woman's purse with a !: Luther. C. Tucker, Control, Wage and Salary and

a nominal fee has an oppor- appreciate your contactingthem. term of five years plus a fine of zipper at the -bottO l. That is : Senator 5th District Monetary and Credit, stressing the!

tunity to win the national title, or up to $5,000. Previously, the notary where she keeps every thing in J HodgesStricklandCeremony Guest.Speaker 1 importance of the planning' "func:

a district. or local award plus mast Since the Crawfordvijle Lions public law did not set forth a it anyway. j Hon. Doyle Conner,! tions of these five Task Groups in'
: ter points, the coveted national Club has been discontinued penalty 1! for such a violation. Comm of AgricultureClosing the event of a nuclear attack on
symbol of successful bridge tourna Sopchoppy Club will, endeavor to Simple failure to require reasonable All th---; new fangled things :! Mrs. Mamie Goss wishes to an. Remarks the United States.

: ment players. include.aU indigent children in the proof of the identity of the like self-service banks haven't \ nounce the marriage of her daughter Hon.. Bobby Russ,. Mr. Larson will point out the,
county with visual defects, in their lume up with a self-balancing j i' Amanda Goss Strickland of House of Representatives
.: Educational health literature will person whose signature is being bank account. '. Cuban crisis of last October plus'
be made.Available by the American conservation program. ChairmanBrown notarized constitutes a mild -' -- '--- !I Panacea to Paul Hodges of Tallahassee B.n.-dictionRev. S. A. Coxwell the continuing problem of havinga

Cancer Society and the United for workers is now trying to 'arrange meanor under the new law, Adams Summertime means a Tot of ;,/ July 20th at Bainbridge, communist stronghold nly' tW

,. Cerebral Palsy Association. to cover the area said and is punishable by a fine kids-on' the streets and around. I[:Ga. miles from Florida as being the
formerly served by the Crawfordville of up to $500 or imprisonment not Watch out for them when you jdme. j; Mrs. Hodges is employed at Precision I Science Briefs principal reason why Florida te
i Lions Club. He would *'
appreciate Printers and Mr. Hodges is
Ernest to exceed six months. leading in Civil Defense and F.as.
t .. Mrs Mary hearing from interested --- ._ i Carter.
anyone Ignorance or absence of intent -- I employed at Dan nomic Stabilization Planning. He
in this work. Oh Martha,ewe: all know j I i Cold Comfort
; Head 'to defraud in falsely notarizinga the difference yes between right and i j jwrong Mr. and Mrs., Hodges are now Forty-two men who work also will stress the apathy which
.F: -; document is no defense. The new it's making a decision at home on the Old Quincy.High eight hours a day in the cold must be overcome if Florida is to
CofCToAid
:_ Mrs. Mary Ernest Head, a resident law requires that a notary public that sets us. 'I way. [ liaven't cellars of had a Minnesota a cold since brewery they continue to move forward' in preparedness -

: of Montgomery, Ala. for 50 Teachers SocialThe :have proof of identity in all signatures ---- went on the job, the company planning.

... and a resident of 38 S..Madi I 'being notarized.Mysterious Old Bill says he's a family Methodist Church physician reports. The Bnif e- Other speakers en the one-day
= :. years died suddenly in Wakulla County Chamber of, !man"Carry my family's pictures free periods range from nine program are: Mr. Otto R. T. Bow-
Terrace
:..- son Omaha, Neb..at 5:45 p.m. Sunday, their Commerce voted Tuesday night at People who Import move from Great the around usta in be.my"wallet where_ 'j I ScheduleThe S to 31 .years.. den, Jacksonville Attorney; Mr

l' 14, 1963. The funeral was regular meeting to be a co- Britain to Australia.. New Zealand money Six-Sided Ilex Tom F. Fleming, Jr., Beea Raton
t- July sponsor of this year's Teacher South Africa or the U.S. A virus that causes leukemiaa
Crawfordville banker
Mr.
Thursday, i Methodist ; W. Bentwi Lewis,
White Chapel, S is lot tike
from accident
:! held Reception.' show higher lung cancer rates An auto a form of cancer in mice
J q July 18, '1963 at 2:00 p.m. with The than do the natives of their- a murriJRP one is enough. Church schedule services is as has been photographed for the Tampa industrialist; Mr. Ralph II
... Rev. H: Mack Johnson officiating. annual event held at the adopted countries a new study I follows: The first and third Sun- first time by government scien .;! Martin, Jacksonville attorney and

.:.. Burial ,was in.Greenwood Cemetery introduce Crawfordville Woman's Club to shows.* . Paw sped fast, I days of each month, morning wor- Bata Like many well-known viruses Mr..L. C. Ringhaver, Saint Augustine
the new teachers it look like a tadpole
.w. joinery, Ala. Pallbearers and Not Villain Going homTbat's ship is held at 11 a.m.; Sunday industrialistNOTICE
Really a
renew with a hexagonal head.
:.,-. went Ben M. Buford John C.f' friendship with those re- DOT is credited with having why there's nQ I School at 10 a.m. Evening service .
ers turning has his dome.
Dr. Thoflaaa D. Head, been a social affair saved at least five million lives_ Hair on at 7:30 pjn. The second and MD AC or DC!
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Fetwia.w
1 : : I looked forwajfc in World War n. a government-.
to by fourth A Kansas University
Enuaett, StuamerUn Jote Richard. Mrs. Inez Walker, President many. of scientist. reports. .. --.;' '..f, w -X: af' *'f' safety: ;Up -of the-week I Sundays morning service at given the task of diagnos computer .
E. HeeL ', 9:30 ajtu and Sunday School follows WAKULLA COUNTY HEAITH
t,. Heifer ,a4 Carl : the Crawfordville "fromIIP: Bossman H. N. : ing 268 thyroid gland condi
r ;;,- ,' JIN. K.*d' was the aunt,of. Dr...- will Woman's' Club .May" we suggest that'some*.:,; "Kukman* Give* the kids the. I at 10:30 ajn. No evening tions, was right on 96 percentof .DEPARTMENT tvkpbone number -
It B. Head CraW a JIt: e. few announce the date- within .,a I new issue, of':postage stamp' < brake*,,f Let: .them enjoy the -;i service on the second and-:fourth them the physician-observer' has been efea.gt4 to W A 6- .
days.
f : I : ', 'of a weeping .: ,. '- ( I reports.
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I' :'f% WAKULLA COUNTY NEWSWAKULLA IN. THE /CIRCUIT COURT OF THE T, 1963 by and between the countyof handle all forestry work assigned the Board shall reimburse 'the

r j Tbandaf,July 25, 1963 SECOND FOR WAKULLk JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND T.V. SALE Board Leon and the 15th day of July to him in a highly and efficient Counties for their equity therein,
FLORIDA. orCouniyCommissioners -
COUNTY for to the end
ICHANCERY. 1 New 19 inch Zenith at cost manner that the
t CASE 1963 by and between the countyof the cost value off all such improvements -
NO 1m cash, 1 Like New, 24 inch R.C.A.Console Wakulla greatest assistance may be given shall
political divisions of and equipment
1 ERALFORECLOSURE 1 17 inch Silver- :and continuous value
Cheap,
INC. ) the.State. of Florida acting by and accrue to the be depreciated at the rate of
COUNTY NEWS't4 Plaintiff. ) tone, with new picture tube, $50. I timber landowners within
-n- ) July 15, 1963: through their Boards of County the 33 V4'A per year as a basis for the
JAMES!: Craw-
Box 115
MILLS JR. and MARY ) E. G. Hammick, Counties. The county
Commis- f9rester
ANN MIL his wife ) The Board of County Commissioners heretofore duly determination of the amount of
WAlnut 6-3301 fordville, Phone WA. 63384. shall be responsible to the
I. Telephone Defendants met State
NOTICE Op SALES sioners of WakuUa County elected and qualified hereinafter the Counties equity.
: dew ce is hereby FORECLOSURE tfven that the un- this date in Crawfordville" with designated as the Counties and the Forester and to the Board of For- 12. No amendments, revision, alteration
e MOOdy Pearce. Clerk of the estry for the faithful preformance
..e' urt of Wakulla County. Ftor- the following-present: Florida Board of Forestry, a com- .or change in the pro-
4 Ida. will on the 1st of SALE Willard of the duties assigned to.him by
day August. 1963. FOR Chairman ,
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at 11:00 o'clock front J. D. Turner, ponent governmental agency of the visions of this agreement or any
the
a-m. at door
(.Virtinia Kefchtley .-._.. --.-. Editor1fi ot the Waku11a County Courthouse at I FOR SALE. Jenny Colt. 1-year-' Carter vice-chairman, Ralph State of Florida, hereinafter designated the Board. The expenses to be addition thereto or extension thereof -

Crawfordvil1e.aDd f54 at public Florida outcry offer to the for niftiest sale! old, Gentle, Ideal Children'* Pet Strickland Sam Smith and F. T. as the Board.WITNESSETH .. I incurred by the forester employed shall be valid and binding upon
1 Wdderfpr cash the following described! Reasonable. Call WA 63301. Commissioners. J. H. by the Board under the provisions
Roberts, that for and in the of
parties hereto or either
/ I groPJ y =te In Wakulla County.Commence" .: hereof shal lbe jointly determinedby
: Hudson ,County Attorney, Moody consideration .of the mutual covenants them unless such amendment, re-
Entered at Crawfordville Florida, of Lot 60 at of the Hartsfield Northeast Surrey.Corr -: Pearce, Clerk and .Carmel Pelt, herein recited on'the part of the Board and the Counties and vision, alteration change or addi-
( of Lands in Wakulla : such expenses shal lbe paid out of
County. Flor1 Minutes of
i i matter. Subswip- Ida. the Road Superintendent. the respective parties to be per- tion extension be reduced to
las second class and run South 17 degrees 302lln"t Notice is hereby given that the fund budgeted for or
L Eaat 257.7 feet. thence run! of the last meeting were read and formed and the carrying into affect any fiscal writing and executed by the
tion ,rate: $3.00 per year. South 72 degrees 30 minutes West Board of County Commissioners period as established in Article 3.
419.43 feet to the point of beginning. will meet as a approved.Mr. of the said resolutions of the parties to be affected thereby.
I. From said point of beginning run Wakulla County Boardof 6. The Board shall select and
.. of the State
Welch Boards of
County Commissioners
South 17 degrees 30 minutes East Board of Equalization on the 15th I such 13. This agreement when duly
125 feet, thence run South 72 de- 8:00 P.M. Health Office, Mosquito Control and of the provisions of th. gov- employ persons as may be executed by the parties hereto
at
grees 30 minutes West 419.43 feet. day of July, 1963, necessary to effectively and
efficiently 1.
Boardin
If You Need. .. t thence run North IT degrees 30 and often as necessarythereafter appeared before the erning statutes of the State of voids and supersedes the agree-
minutes o'clock as complete the
West 125 J feet. thence Control plan of work
of the Mosquito
behalf Florida
recited in
nm North 72 degrees 30 minutes until August 5th, 1963. the preamble ment executed for similar purpose
fT 1 e Office Supplies East 419.43 feet to the point of be, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Budget. hereof it is agreed; provided for in the respective in July 1955.
OF
ginning. containing One and One- BQARD budgets which selections
and
Machines. Russ also 1, Thjs) cooperative agreementor employment
i e Business Half more or less in I State Representative IN WITNESS WHEREOF the
the Northeastacre. of Lot 60 of of revision thereof shall be I shall be based ,
upon
FurnitureSee
in any
and support
1 Office appeared spoke' I
Hartsfield Survey of Lands in Wa- Wakulla County, Florida.By parties hereto have caused this
kulla County State of Florida. j the as recommended by and remain in full force and effect I merit and ability and their em-
or.fall pursuant to D. TURNER Chairman program agreement to be executed in quadruplicate -
final decree of foreclosure J. :
: ployment shall continue in effectas
from and after the 1st of
entered the State Office! and further day
July 11. 1963 in the above Clerk. the and first
I I WHALEYat styled case said Court. Attest: Moody Pearce, 1963 long as their services day year
; RANEY Docket No. 12I77.in recommended that if necessary the October and shall continue in are re- above written.

1 Moody Pearce ,. I County; millage be increased to full force and effect from year to: quired and funds for payment
Clerk of the Circuit Court The Board aproved the Vouchers
atCAPITAL thereof available.
thereafter unless written are
Control ,
Wakulla County. Florida carry on the Mosquito year before them and directed that
OFFICE share. notice shall be given by either 7. When the plan of work has war-
County
.. Budget,-($26,500.00)) rants be issued in payment there
EQUIPMENT CO. The board authorized that Mrs. party hereto to the other of the been decided upon and approvedby for.

NOTICE parties at least thirty days priorto the State Forester and County
with index-
319 South Adams St. Notice Is hereby giveb that pursuant NOTICE Carolyn Cook proceed There being no further business
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE. to the Chapter 194 Florida Statutes 1941. BOND MONEY ing County Records, fixing the July 1st of any calendar year of Commissioners, the County For-
following described lands UNCLAIMED coming to the attention of the
in Wa
kulla the intention to discontinue the ester under the supervision of the
FLORIDA County. Florida will be sold at Bondseman Amount sum of $300.00 as a maximum to Board the
Name same was adjourned on
public outcry for the highest and best Forest Management Branch under
work. work provided for herein and too'
this
cash bid. at the Courthouse $35.00 be spent at this time on the motion
in Craw Self of
Commissioner
Poplo Sasa Rob-
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Florida between the hours On the motion of Commissioner cancel this agreement. set up an
of 11:00 O'Clock A.M. and 2:00 H.C. Riley. Unknown 5.00 .
r.. P.M. on the 15th day of ..August O'clock 1963.Panacea. 10.00 Strickland, seconded by Commis- 2. There shall be prepared by organization, purchase equipmentand erts.ATTEST
Self Pearce
Gadson : Moody ekrk.
TV Lot 13; Blk 12 North in town of Jerry the Board and submitted to the supplies, and put the plan into ,
Lots 11 and 12. Blk. 17, and This is to notify you and each sioner Smith the following con- APPROVED: J. D. Turner
Lots 9 and 11 Block 19. town of Panacea tract agreed to. Counties each year on a day not ; Lot 59. Blk that unless said above unclaimed was Chairman.
SERVICECall of
4. Lots 60 and 105. you,
Blk 7. Lot 107. Blk 8 and Lot 108.;, bond'mo is claimed by FARM FORESTRY CONTRACT later than July 1st for approvalby 8. Upon the termination of this
Blk 11. town of Panacea Park. I ey WHEREAS, by the terms and the counties, a budget for each agreement, the pro rata balance of
Moody Pearce written claim with
WA 6-3612 by ,
Clerk of the Circuit Court. you your fiscal beginning on July 1st all unexpended funds shall be refunded *
20899 Lawsof year
of
provisions Chapter To Bows .
GEO. CREECHCRAWFORDVILLE Wakulla County Florida the Sheriff's Office of Wakulla From Boxing
:r : I County, Florida on or before Sep- Florida, 1941 ,Section 589.28 and ending on June 30th which to the counties. .
when approved by the counties 9. Any money budgeted for a
the Boardsof
Florida Statutes, 1941,
1963 *the shall be
tember 1, same
r fIN I County Commissioners of Leon shall be determinative of the plan fiscal period shall be expended by
THE dRCUTT' COURT OF THE declared forfeited to such county. .
t SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF and Wakulla counties, Florida are of work and the amount of moneyt the Board during the period for ..
W. R. TAFF,
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR WAKULLA q
which it budgeted and amountsnot
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Sheriff, Wakulla County, authorized to appropriate funds obe expended during each fiscal was
No. 1218 the Board duringthe
expended by
M. L. Kelso and Cora Crawfordville, Florida and to enter into ,a cooperativea year.
M. Kelso. his wife. FORECLOSURE. '" :reement with the Florida Boardof 3. The Counties shall pay to, period for which it was budg-

1. v*. Plaintiffs. MORTGAGES OF : 7-25-63 Forestry for the purpose of the Board from the General Reve- eted and amounts not expended or

Funds of the Counties annually specifically obligated by contractor
stimulating the production of timber nue -
A W R. Dykes an ollannah S.
Dykes.his wife. E. Ray Manley I wealth through the proper use. a sum equal in amount 40% other legal procedure during B
and Joanne S. Manley.. his
of the amount set in the budgetfor 'that period shall be available for
wife. J. Edwin Johnson and -- of forest lands within the counties up
Mrs. i. Edwin Johnson his wife expenditures during each fiscal next fiscal period or' shall be returned -
lands
whose Christian name is to and making and keeping the
1 Plaintiffs unknown. period to a maximum of to the Board and the Coun-
I Defendants. fees Barber Shop best suited to that purpose profitable up
.NOTICE TO APPEAR to the owner thereof the coun-. $3,000.00 per annum for each for- ties in the same manner as it was
STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Morris Mashburn once a
E. Ray Manley and Joanne S. Manley. 'Mla South Monroe ties and the state: and ester employed, on the basis of pro rated under Article 3. Golden Gloves headliner is now

CALL 222-0165 his wife.J.Route Edwin No.Johnson 2 Statesboro.and Mrs.Geor J.< BOYS HAIRCUTS $1.00 WHEREAS, by the provisions 5f 60% for Leon County and 40% 10. Not later than September world's champion bow-maker.

Edwin Johnson his wife. 621. Buford' the said chapter the employment of for Wakulla County. The Board;30th following the end of each To date he has created approximately

Highway.You are Norcross hereby notified Georgia.that a suit, Open 6 days a week, Friday. a county forester is authorized, shall pay into the fund the balanceof year, or June 30th, the Board will 25.000 ribbon gift bows
to foreclose two has been, In 100 different styles. To show
I brought against you mortgages by M. L. Kelso and TillS f who shall, in the performance of the annual budget prepared and furnish the Counties with a state- it's easy he even makes bowsin

THE :Cora Court M.of Kelso.the Second his wife Judicial, in the Circuit Circuit of' pam the Duties assigned to him be approved as aforesaid. ment o freceipts and expendituresfor boxing glove The key A

,Florida in and for Wakulla County. Four master barbers to responsible to the 'Florida Boardof 4. The amount of money pay- the preceeding year together new patent-pending develop-

,with and you the Clerk are hereby of said Court required your to writ-file serve you. i Forestry: andWHEREAS. able by the Counties to the Board I with a report covering the line of ment called Miracle Mashburn.Bow-Maker.of

CHRISTIRfl.SCIEflCE 0 ,ten to defenses if of any.same in on said A.suit L. Porter. and on the ... "____ day shall under the terms of this work undertaken, the results obtained Inventor course. Morris

rone:1orlda.the Plaintiffs. Craw DEE COOK. Owner of 1963, the Board of agreement for any fiscal year be and the other forestry prob- Weary watching his wife
!
fordville.. before the
S [0 :12th day of August. on A. D.or 1963. County Commissioners, for Leon paid by the counties in two equal lems. struggle with bows in wrapping

I i Walker WITNESS. one of the the Honorable judges of said W. court May, County and on, the 15th day of payments, one of which said pay- 11. The ownership and custodyof packages.device that Mashburn enables created adults or a
and the seal thereof at Crawfordville. ments shall be paid or before
July 1963 the Board of County on all property improvements and
bow
make artistic
11RENEW children to
Wakulla County. Florida this 10th day
fflOflITORComplete of July. A. D. 1963. Commissioners of Wakulla Countydid the first day of January of the equipment including such as may creations, party favors, and

Clerk MOODY Circuit PEARCE.court Wakulla- I YOUR by resolutiont adopt at a regular current fiscal year and the re be purchased with funds provided home decorations without train .5

County Florida. DRIVER'S UCEHSE ,.L meeting of-:the said Board mainder before the 1st of, :July,' pursuant to the County cooperative! ing or experience. Using a aim- '

!4(SEAL t July) 11. 18. 25. Aug.1 DURING YOUR determine that it is to the best which said payments when made agreement shal Ibo vested in the pie spool and plastic pins, no? \
vices learn to make professional
BIRTH MONTH interests of the Counties and of shal Ibe deposited by the Board in Board. Should this agreement be bows within minutes, the inventor -

Accurate _.- the individual landowners therein the incidental fund of the said terminated in the manner herein says.Currently.

that the production of timber Board for expenditure during the provided title to and improve- homemakers seeking -

wealth through the proper use of fiscal period in connection with the ments and equipment shall remain easier package decoration
1 use bows teady-make by expensive
,. forest lands within the countiesbe work plan of work provided for in i and be vested in the Board and department stores ma-

News stimulated by entering into a the budget set up for said period the counties specifically authorizethe chines. Each machine makes one

cooperative agreement with the and for the payment of the County Board to remove .said improve- style bow. Using Mashfeurn's

BOBBY RUSS Folrida Board of Forestry as foresters salary and expenses. ments and equipment from the development women can form
Coverage
bows comparable in beauty -
authorized by the said statute: 5. The Board shall employ a counties. For such improvements and choose from 9.999 additional.

Service .": NOW THEREFORE this coop- professionally trained forester who and equipment and equipment as I styles as well.

Complete Insurance erative agreement made and entered shall be a person qualified through may have been paid for out of the This unique development mils !

Printed in Auto-Homes-Hospitalization into on the 15th day of July forestry training and experience to 'County cooperative budget fund,.' for .less than a dollar. ."' ."

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I 'T DIRECTORYPatornize < > er. Reconditioned. 2-tone heat$995 Economy ear for ...................... '

: "topside" throughout ........ 1962, MONZA. Corvair Sport

: 1958 SUBURBAN; V-8 Plymouth 4-door station Coupe; automatic transmission, $1695 .

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2-tone paint, "top" bur ............ 1956 CADILLAC; air-conditioned Coupe De Ville
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FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry 133 N. Monroe Baby Accessories St. Ph. 222-1146* er. One owner wagon, extra clean. little car for ........... ......

River Mills Supplies 1961'. CHEVROLET Biscayne 1959 FORD 4-door; .6-cyIinder, auto

Garden ToolsSo. 4-door sedan; auto- $1245 matic transmission, $895
2615 S..Monroe Ph. 223-0274
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Don't Let Many home owners find when Pet Ritz- Cream Pies, ready to eat 49c- i I. ._

they improve the structural fea- ,. I' ; *TALL AH ASS 11 IB E TRlS
Cause A Loss tures of a house that the plant- Frozen, Greens, 6 for 1.00
ing of the grounds and the garden '
TALLAHASSEE The if any. also needs remodel- Copeland Smoked Sausage .. 59 FLORIDA T
According ,to the American
to Florida motorists not to Jet ing.
lose a life or be the cause for Association Nurserymen many Copeland 12 oz. Franks I 39c t,, .
t widely-used modem varieties of ,
often"Summertime a time when is some a wonderful,drivers plants were not even in existence Flowing Gold Syrup Ib Jar'59c 'Now Showing
fifteen or twenty years ago. Now Showing
turn. means taking lives.
highway, patrol. Greater advances have been Blue Orchid Rice, 3, IBs. t. 35c Russ Tamblyn
The patrol officer emphasized made with roses for example. in Rock Hudson
', driving habits" to insure a the past 15 years than in all pre Bama Mayonaise'pts.; 29c "THE WONDERFUL -
death. Injury and personal vious history. This also is true of
"We need to start right now evergreen plants. -y Libby 1 Vienna Sausage, 2 cans 45cSUWANNEE "A GATHERING WORLD OF
things"as mapping a vacation route BROTHERSGRIMM"
that will govern our driving in I OF THE EAGLES"
up on our personal driving habits." '
i Speed and following too STORECRAWFORDVILLE -
I the cause of a majority of all
/ patrol pointed out. and appealed ,/ I, CRAWFORDVILLE
driving practices to minimize e' .. .FLA. PERKY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN '

, being"The responsible roads and for highways killing some all Mrs.IsalxHe Forbes, M jr.- OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE HWY.
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, weight of summertime traffic" '-:' "
) with every bit of the care and Friday and Saturday Tonight thru Saturday
get through this season without :3: Elvis Presley Hits Showing 8:15
I or loved ones." HOW
I Remember' this stressed the COOLWiLLYoUSE 8:15 "ENCHANTED"FOLLO'VTHAT
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pretty near surviving "this awful I HOW COOL V DREAM" 9:35"NATURE .


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President, Minute Maid Co. you hammering Hot '
Orlando. Florida I jobs are nicer if you can
think about going home to
Florida's famed sunshine brings ahead."f' ..
cool, cool, air conditioned
I not only the tan so sought by d d comfort
Investigate '
tourists, but 'it also brings the d d 1 electric air conditioning Lumber Co.
green which typifies the fields I
today. It costs less than you
and of Florida agriculture -
groves \
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state's leading income
-our the rest of the summer
I producer. cool as a cucumber. : Lumber Building Supplies .
Florida's farmers and growers J
t generate some $3 billion in salesto 1
the state's welfare accordingto t I INSTALLATION ,
recent Florida Department of 'Ik'iX'U AUOVYANCEntrat "We Need And Appreciate Your
Agriculture estimates And of 1i *
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this $3 billion in sales Florida's romp *ith an e'-ffl'' *'
, citrus industry accounts for approximately -
25 percent-more Business"

than $700 million.In ,
Florida today,with its rap 1
idly accelerating economic and 1 I 0 'Et GOOD Instant 4
JUNE I AUG 31 ,
technological progress, it seems : Comfort J Quality and Price Guaranteed

t pleasantries incongruous to as discuss the difficulties such un- 7k 1f, / \..::Electrically1, ".",.
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the state's citrus industry FLORIDA -
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One CORPORATION
thing about it -it's 1
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as a result of last December's lovely day for air condition Ross Hannon, Owner
adverse weather.
mg Now wouldn't it be nice
Nevertheless when freezing 1 \ ,
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to go home to cool. cool, '
weather clutched the heart of 'electric comfort Why wait -- -'
the citrus belt, the future of thet It doesn't cost much. Look ---, -
industry was changed overnight.An { into electric air conditioning
abundant crop of some .120 today and spend the rest of
million boxes of oranges; representing > the summer living in cool .- .'-
I nearly three-fourths of comfort. ;!
our. total citrus crop was reduced -
!III a few short hours to a

., critically inadequate_ supply of
less than 75 million boxes '
Another freeze aftermath 's
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/.f death 14 normal million.or harvests severe trees damage-for means the to some next sub!, : : is the time.. ,,> .. : ; ;

four or five years. Many veteran _
dtrusmen agree that it will be : .
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at least five years before we Offfl GOOD to get the top deal l :2. ; i
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Sopchoppy
WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS-I'I't' Bessie Brooks Sunday Afternoon. and Mrs. Jack Ward have
,
Thursday,July- 26, 163L ealt LOUISE (d.'SAPP The Sopchoppy Lions Club held returned home after a visit in PERSONALSMr.
: The Roberts Family Reunion was
I their regular meeting at the Cafe Jacksonville Beach with their

-'.>Ni.- .. held July 20, at :Otter Lake. Monday night, July 15 at eight daughter, Rev. and_Mrs. Earl Sapp and Mrs. Reginald Carrawayand
I I'r.: Among the twenty-three: people at- o'clock. Installation of new offi- I and son girls from Houston, Texas

tending was Mr. John Roberts, cers was held. Mr. Glenney B. Mr. ,and Mrs. W. L. Moore an- spent last week visiting their faM-

COMPLETE' Mrs. Delma Roberta;Mr.' and Mrs. Bonner was elected president. nounce the birth of a daughter, ily and friends in CrawfordviUe.

Tallahassee A Service of Your Doctor of iledtctBe. Delbe.it Roberts and family Mr. Petty Officer Alton Raker of Laurie Elaine at Tallahassee 'Memorial Dusty Cook spent several day
Your Local Medical Society and the
FLORIN Florida Medical Association and Mrs. Jerry Hodge and family, the U.S. Navy Norfolk, Virginia,' Hospital on July 17 who last week in MontkeUo, visiting
Roberta
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph I is home twenty days leave. He. his cousin Joel Clark.
on 7 Ibs. 13
weighed oz. They
are
Flowers & Candy Inc.SERVICE TIPS ON PICNICS and family Mr. and Mrs. Wesley is the son of Mrs. Mae Raker. the parents of a son, Lew, age Mrs. C. L. Graham and DoRM

Picnics are great fun in Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Delton Colvin, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Thompsonand Tucker of Jacksonville and Mr

Florida's many fine I outdoor and Miss June Roberts. Mrs. Clarence Harvell and four.Miss and Mrs. Hcrace Tucker of Penea .
areas at all times of the year. Roberts and Kay Cogdill spent part of !
M/Sgt. Randolph two children Sarah and Jimmy of cola and Mr. Kenneth Tucker 01
But now and then picnics end and last week vacationing in New Or-
in tragedy-the tragedy of wife France and sons Dick Tallahassee, were the dinner.guest leans. I Cocoa Fla., are visiting Mr. arc

food poisoning. Most foods Mike, arrived in San Francisco of Mrs. Mae Raker Sunday July Mrs. Albert Holcomb of Mrs. James M. High and family.Mr. .
spoil quickly in hot weather July 5 by jet from Japan. They Tampais
and Mrs. Richard
Bonyata
If this week with her
and away from refrigeration. 21.Mr. spending
Tillsiah's" reached Tallahassee by car July and Mrs. C. W. McDonaldand
,1. Formerly, :' : there are a few staphylococcic parents Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cog- and children Becky, Chuck and
;' bacteria present. they need onlya 11 to spend several days visiting children of Milton, Fla., spent, Betsy are spending this week at

105' EAST JEFFERSON, STREET few hours of time and a warm friends and relatives. Randolph last week visiting Mrs. McDonald's gins.Miss Mexico Beach, Fla.

',. temperature to grow rapidly. enlisted in the U.S. Air Force Jan-, Pat Roberts of Dunedin is
: : Mr. and Mrs. Archie Mor-
.;. ; Some foods can become poi- parents the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Merryman,
ii,'. ':,:, ,I ,. uary 4, 1951 and for the past thre*
_
.. soned in as little as five. or six Mr. and Mrs. Bill Merryman and
.; u ..;., yearn he J has been stationed in rison.Mr. Joyce Cameron.
hot
/:; ; hours on a day. an dMrs. Harry Kendall 1 l daughter, Debbie, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Deloris Turner
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There and at
Japan
are some easy had as their guests from Jackson' Kenneth Parker and two sons Kenneth -
simple ways to avoid food there he chosen Outstanding sassa is visiting her grandmother,
was
ville his sister Rossie and
Manry Sco'tt. oT
and all Nashville
-.PHONE 224.5023 TALLAHASSEE; FLORIDA poisoning on a picnic. One .val- Non-commissioner for two Mrs. Georgia Moore.
'. uable item is a good portable Officer her husband, and son Dannie and I Rev. and Mrs. Charles Houstonof Tenn., were weekend guests of
.:; or WA 6-3301 CRAWFORDVILLE icebox. Chill the foods consecutive years. He is the first neice Delorius Manry, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keightley.Mr. .
'-.. in the refrigeratorat of the Air Force to Lee spent part of the week
thoroughly the
in history
: ; On Saturday evening a fish fry with and Mrs. Randolph Roberta
home. Use plenty of ice. be chosen twice to this honor. her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
:Make ,sure the lid is tight. This was enjoyed by all their neigh' William J. Roberts. Daughters and two sons are visiting relatives
will be sta.tioned ,
13 he
will keep your perishablesfresh. After August bors. IDebra and Brenda in the county. The Roberts have
at Greenville A.F.B., Greenville On Sunday the Ralph Brown' are continuing! been stationed in for the
t. .. '!'their visit here with their grand-' Japan
Take along the sandwich Ingredients Miss. He is the son of Mr. had a picnic at their Riverview" past two years. t

SPECIAL THURSDAY FRIDAY -- pings and in containers the original and wrap-makeup and Mrs. John Roberts. home, guests were the Eastpoint.; parents.Mrs. Evelyn Harrell has returned Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson

The Sopchoppy Lunchroom Per- Browns Mrs. J. F. Kilbourn and
your picnic lunch on the from Tallahassee and children from Ocala, were
to make
-" .. : : 'and"SATURDAY ,, = --: spot, just before mealtime Take sonnel are attending Summer daughter Terryss, and two friends here weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
her residence again. She is
the ham in a scaled can and School Lunch Training at Chap from Panama City, Mrs. Annie George Gibbs.
open it at mealtime. The same visiting her daughter, Mrs. Betty
.
.: man High School in ApalachicolaJuly Harms Mr. -- and Mrs. Walter
... applies to mayonnaise. Keep Chapman in New Orleans, who is Mrs. Carlton Whaley and children
the boiled and potatoes 15 through July 26. Harms and Julia Nelson.' are in Alabama spending a
eggs
hosnitalized to__ undergo___ lIur____-erv....
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separate in the}ice box and mix Mr. Jasper Davis has returned two weeks vacation.
(Ib 79c79c the salad at the last Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ray and chil
Round STEAK, : -minute potato home from the hospital after wish dren "of Orlando visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Walker and

lb. Stick to canned foods and spending several days. We Mr. and Mrs.. John Tooke last grandson Hank Creech, spent
STEAK ., 4
RiB .
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sealed jars and bottles that can him a speedy recovery.Mr. week. Munday in Monticello.

FRYERS Ib.l 29c he opened just before serving. Beno Hodge has been re- Mr. Billy Howell of Apopka,
Fresh Grade A Be careful about pies and leased from the Tallahassee Me- Unusual preserves may be Mr. and Mrs. Waymon Berry of CrawfordviUe
formerly visited
cream-filled bakery items. They made from.garden huckleberries entertained her father, Mr. Charles ,
Bama SALAD DRESSING, qt. 39c spoil very fast on a hot day. mortal Hospital. We hope he recovers and ground cherries, both Ouzts of Pensacola and her grand- in the county Monday and Tues

Fresh fruits keep better and soon > relatives of the tomato. The day. Mr. Howell is with the
mother Mrs. Eva Quits of Newport
LaRuia CORN BEEF canCAN 39c will make good desserts.It's Miss Wanda McKenzie of Talla- fruit of garden huckleberrieslooks Florida Power Co.
like its namesake and with a birthday dinner last
actually not difficult hassee was a visitor of Miss_ Rose
very Mr. and Mrs.
be used in salads Moody Pearce and
99c to insure safe picnic meals. may as wellas Sunday. Guests enjoying this affair
DRINKS 10 for Ann Barwick the week-end.
over for Ground cherries
Just follow your home practiceof been also preserves.called husk were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles daughter, Jan, spent the weekendin
Reverend Carious Allen has are yellow
PEANUTS 5 Ibs.( 99c refrigerating those foods tomatoes and. in Hawaii po-ha. Ouzts of Pensacola; Mr. and Mrs.C. Birmingham, on a business trip.
GREEN that need it. If you make up a reassigned as Pastor of the Congregational Their shiny yellow fruits are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stone and
hamper of sandwiches, load it Church. D. Ouzts, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
Holiness attractive and can be eaten the children from
lb. < ; lOc iitto hot trunk head and children Mrs. Louise Montgomery, Ala.
auto ,
BANANAS, : : .- your School Principal Gleney B. Bon- way tomatoes are as well as Peddy ;
for the beach and spent several days last week with
eat
many preserved. Miller, all of Newport; Mr. and
hours later-well, you're asking ner and Mrs. Bonner have returned Mrs. Stone's
Mrs. W. D. Walker and son, of parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. .
for trouble. home after a visit in Alabama Candytuft has L. Rehwinkel.
undergone a
Wakulla; Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
with relatives. transformation in.recent years Chris and Robbie Tucker
and SAVE AT MrsLHelen Crosby visited Mr. and now there's a variety Ouzts, Mrs. Marion Cook and sons
SHOP of Mr. and Mrs.
l Kit Tucker of
> named Giant Hyacinth Flow- daughter and Mr. Don Ouzts, all
and Mrs. A. R. Crosby and son
ered which has blooms many of Marks. Tallahassee, are spending this
St.
: PIGOTT'S STORE Only one.family in our New Bill, and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cros- times the size of older candy- week with Senator and Mrs. Tucker -
tufts. This is annual that
by in Live Oak last week. one tfrMr.
within and
h., York neighborhood lives Mrs. J. S. at. family.
has to be planted every three and Cogdill
;. MEDART.We its income. They borrow Mr and Mrs. Thomas Porter weeks if you want flowers all tended an executive meeting of th. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blanton

... money to dQ it. were social visitors in Sopehoppy summer. I t quite literally Florida Chapter of the National l and family have returned home,
giveTOP VALUE Stamps Sunday afternoon.Mrs. blooms itself to death. after
'. spending time in
some Troy,
.0 ,' Association'of Postmasters in I
Mildred Allen of Panacea
Ala. and Fort Walton
: Beach.
Ocala Sunday.
; Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rehwinkel

..... Io spent the weekend at their
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JJtt riC''s \ st,' mattress! buys from Sealy Mr.Alligator Saturday honored and Mrs.Point.with night Roger,a July housewarming Stricklandwere 20, at-


Jtfc their new home in River Sink
; 1#, 4 yw; ss '" \
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_ area..Mr.. and Mrs. Ralph Hamlin of
"
;u.f' k, & "> Tallahassee visited in the Dan Mil .

:': r; : ler home Sunday after attendingthe

..: ., reception in honor of Mr. B.

):., ; F. Page.

"F -a Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Boyer and

,1 family of North Palm Beach spent

... ':'" II last week with the Dan MHters.

..... After visiting in Jacksonville* Mr.

.. >'f" c Boyer returned to Palm Beaeh

'f l t .. while Mrs. Boyer (Ethel) and the

: b'A'A -" -X three children remained for a short

r "" ( .< --...,. ...;:: <,. ,.....; Yourmoir y time with her parents. The' elder
t:, \.' 'Sot ':; ;t son, Billy, is staying with David
c'
'A < .. ,.
_:? } and Mark Miller. \
.'''t j. 4!> '''-' ''''f:!,' fSlft
.. t "" '';' ";, '. Mr. and Mrs. H. Z. Fordham
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; .;. "'..Jt" Jf" ',. and sons Greg and Andy of Atlanta
.
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:
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i .
; ..." ...>' ..."\., r\ .... .;""loo.oIi !( -;:. << > >" '". .. Ga., spent some time'last week
: ;,. -;: ,.. ,. : :':!Jr '::: with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Miller and

A' < .< r \ ) ;.. ,'\: :- (.. family. Mrs. Fordham will be

.
'> remembered as the former Marvfs
: ', : ; ; i. .: .' t. Core of
;, : Crawfordville. At
presto
:,'.: . -. .* ,

?*/ "'f .s%, V4i?: r'v ) l!' Marvis guests of and her the brother two, John boys David are

. Core in Tallahassee.
." .>.. : """," *
'
::1t. Mr. and Mrs. H. T.
: : Reynolds of
:
;
/ :" : '" : : St. Petersburg Fla., have teen
: > j ; /
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< 1>0-0. < :o->+ '
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.< staying with their daughter and

*s-* son-in-Iaw, the Buck Millers, for
: 7
!< several weeks. Mrs. Miller plans
SEALY GOLDEN SLEEP t.
: $ \ to drive her parents back to St.

!; Petersburg this weekend and will

- ; ";' SUPREME MATTRESS remain in Tampa until Aug. 10.

I' : "'" : She will be attending the Inter-

\ national Space Institute at the
fi\ Made With >69o Features. .. Now Only '
University of South Florida in
SEALY GOLDEN SLEEP ,
Tampa. Mrs. Miller is one of 100

st., .' $ 8,8 participants chosen through the
c r,. Made With *59* Features... Now Only .
southern states and Central Amer-
1 _
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f :, Mattress or ica to attend this institute, taughtby
,; tesspnng.Una .
M fun size ,the top authorities in space

i $39881bUreu. travel. During the two weeks the

z, group will have a guided tour of
,
)
:- the missile base at Cape.Canaveral.
.
.- Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Taylor and
fUTURE YOU COULD PAY
L FUTURE YOU COULD PAr children spent the weekend in
Deep quilted-td-foam top adds years of comfort $69.50
:
I 8 _en stripe cower $59.50 Bradenton visiting Mr. Taylorsmother
.. New Sealon ticking of outstanding quality and durability $69.50 oz. .>
who is hospitalized.Mrs. .
-'. 312 coils: fM extra support and comfort 69.50 Smooth buttcn-free surface $59.50
: E. C. Ferrell Sr. visited in
,', P All these luxury features for only,"..aa [dee Gards.prevent ualnl $59.50 Lakeland several days last week.

? s...fa eonr formerly'. W on 1M tl.ld Postrr.pedke Mrs. Mabel Pearce spent the

Beat this extra firm Sealy mattress boy?It's so big it can't be beat! ..... weekend in Tallahassee with her
S
So big Sealy double tees it for satisfaction, for value. Another great Sealy Golden Sleep Sale buy *guaranteed -
You'll yearns s twice for satisfaction, for value. Never before has $39.88 -?: son A. R. Pearce Jr. and family.
Sealy.Ibtft agree it's the best value-but you be the judge! .
_. See it today,only during Sealy's Golden Sleep Sale! *. bought so mach qu.aIity,1Ieepinc comfort: and firm support .. :Lamar Lewis, son of Mr. ad
Come in soon: while Uu limited time sale lasts! ... Mrs. J. L. Lewis, arrived in Craw.

fordville, July 17. Lamar to en

.; leave from the Air Force. He fs

.by UM makers*fIke *lf within 30 days after purchase you are not,completely satisfied or you can buy aoother mattress with as A_' -:, : stationed in California at New Al-

faawtt$UO much value for the same or less money,return any Golden Sleep Sale f f.ydica mattress or box spring for fui refund. ,?, maden and will be here until
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it", ". ..., .. turned to Crawferdvttle, Florida

"' from Montgomery, Al*., where he
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: spent the week of July 13 to July

: 19, 1963 to be with his sister Mr*.
'
: R. C. Finley. who baa reeeMJy
i
,, undergone surgery and his sister
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: :
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; AN Mrs. Eddie Ruth Moore and his
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: --: .'ie--,:: :- -.::: other relatives and many friends.He
also visited Mrs. Allen T. Bras-

:;) ( .:< f well, an aunt, in Birmingham, Ala.

: ", t.' -... Mrs. Brasweli fa reeevering froma

"",,'-' .- -<,I:1"1': : W.. Tennessee St. MMM: 222-3S44 prolonged< illness.I. .

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