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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: August 8, 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 50 _. [ --- -- '1{I C;;WFORDYILLE; FLORIDA- J -Thursday: ;; August. 8.1963 |'-- __ I PRICE 10 CENTS PER COPY. :'


v"r Wild Hog Classifieds Annual Co-Op Applications ForBear .


Game Animal Meeting Date Set. Hunt Received

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J Tallahassee Florida hunters Mr. Adrian C. Fletcher, Presi- Tallahassee Application are
will receive an extra bonus in: dent of the Talquin Electric Co- now being received from Florida

tame animals during the 196364 operative annuonces the Annual hunters who wish to participate in

hunting I season. The wild hog has Co-op Member Meeting to be held the managed bear hunts fat tike
been classified aa game animalson in Quincy on Saturday, August Osceola and Apalachicola National
Note Off the Cuff twelve of the state's 27 wildlife 17th at the Livestock Pavilion. T Forests according to A. D. Aldrich

management areas. In addition to This meeting is held each year in .r director, Game and Fresh
It always seems that at this the 1,364,200 acres included in the order for members to review the Fish Commission. ,

.time of year the rumblings of the twelve wildlife management areas last years operation of the Cooperative ., Florida black bear are rater as
political cauldron start being heardIn 1 the entire county of Palm Beach and to,elect directors -.t the largest in the nation; and beCause -

the form of rumors some drop- will be open for wild hog hunting represent them for the coming two of their early retreat to impassable -

ped intentionally and others mere under regulations established by year period. Along with the business swamp territory, they are

speculation In traveling around tht Game and Fresh Water Fish there is a program of fun and extremely difficult to hunt, even
over the county indications are Commission according to A. D. entertainment with music, contests, with excellent dogs. The Oseeata

that there may be some new facesin Aldrich director. Wild hogs have food, displays of the latest ap- ,,\, ": Ls National Forest, In Columbia and
some of the Courthouse'jobs also been classified as game animals pliances and electrical equipment. '" {" Baker counties in Northeast Florida

after the -may primaries next in the Myakka State Park Highlight of the program will be a .1r!\, F\. and the Apalachicola National
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year, since the primary is virtually 1 but will be protected by a closed speech by Don Fuqua, Member of \ ., --1.. ; Forest in Liberty County in Northwest -

the election to local offices season. Congress from the ninth congressional ; Florida, provide some of the

The political barometer seen by In areas where wild hogs are district.. \ : best bear hunting in Florida._

some citizens show some Incum- classified as' game animals, the About 1500 people are expected : Applications for the Apalachicola

bents as stronger now than at any open season coln.eldeawith,that' for to attend the meeting including ",' Bear Hunts r' :wild be filed

time during their careers The deer hunting. Hog hunting will members with their families and ... .\, LI" wit the Regional Manager, Game

trend pcnts: to either younger 1 be allowed a daily bag limit; of one friends of the Cooperative. .-. '' it- :, and Fresh Water Fish Commission

blood, new alienments or lets makea and a season's bag of two, except "An amateur talent contest will \: .. P. O. Box 576, Panama C4y,

change attiudes .'. Since many when a specific bag is provided by be held at 4:30 p.m. Talented Florida, prior to 11:00 a.m. An-
of the rumors have no foundation area Jations. amateur groups or individuals are gust 30. Hunters who wish
may management reg Nick Wheeler, left, recently receive*2 a "40 Year Award" from the Tallahassee Democrat. Wheeler at toe
and some of the persons asked Florida's archers will be allowed invited to compete for cash prizes. time was publisher of the Wakulla County News. Airy Helley, right, President of the Tallahassee Typo-I participate in the Osceola Bear
pointed questions and the answers five special post season wild hog From :5:30 to 7:30 p.m.. a well graphical Union made the presentatii Hunts should file application with
seem evasive it does, not seem the hunt on the Guano River Wildlife known musical group will enter I I -- the Regional Manager Game and

time to use names in the commingraces Management Area and may take tain. During the afternoon and Young Men Win 't ;.. Fresh Water Fish Commission P.

However it is not to early wild hogs during the archery season evening hamburgers, drinks and ....' ;: : ;.).t O. Box 908, Lake City Florida
for the citizens to start thinking on the Citrus Wildlife Management other food will be served by the In ScholarshipsDetroit prior to 11:00 a. n. August 30. All

and try to evaluate the qualified Areas. Gadsden County Home, Demon- 4 applications must be accompaniedby
persons for the jobs that will be Areas open to wild hog huntingare stration Clubs. Members may Michigan, July 30-University 1-- a check to cover permit cost.

available Another probelm that as' follows: Palm Beach register any time from 3:00 to scholarships valued a Regulations for the bear hunts

seems to have its bearing on the County, Camp Blanding area i in 7:30. At 8:00 p.m. the business 20$42,000 were aWarded tonight tc i :, provide for special three-day
political picture is the rural mail Clay County, Fisheating Creek meeting will begin. At the close of young designers who combinec hunts beginning September 28
talent and
carriers portion that is open due area in Glades County, J. W. Cor- the meeting there will be .a drawing perseverance to become through November 9. Each three-
to the retirement of former carrier bett area in Palm Beach ounty, for the many door prizes. winners in the 1963 Fisher Bodj day hunt will be limited to not
Craftsman's Guild a f
B, F. Page The writer is Everglades area in Palm Beach The Talquin Electric Cooperative model car com more than 17 people, except upon
wondering if the fact that a hot Dade and Broward Counties, Avon was established in 1941 for the petition. approval of the hunt supervisor.
race is' shaping up for the governorship Park area in Highlands and Polk purpose of extending electric lines Nine of the young men became Each group must obtain a $0.00

and, possibly one or two Counties, Farmton area in Volusia to rural areas in Gadsden County. national in winners and share $31,00 party hunt permit and each person

cabinet posts may not take some ot and Brevard Counties, Richloamarea Later I it was expanded to cover scholarships ranging in! value.. f 5 in the party must_ also possess a
from .
'. $5,000 to $2,000 each.The ,
.the edge off of the, local 'picture in Hernando, Sumter and Leon, then Liberty, and 'Wakulla. regular hunting license.'
? ., It will be, "Froggy Come Pasco Counties, Croom area' in 7 1 I At PJ'eseJ't..P1ore.than) ., 90% of the winners- are; The hunt areas *' the Apalachicola

"- A Ae urti!\.' by4 J sny-"V the :iig Hermmdo and Sumter :.Counties.i 7i(rural: homes rJn this area .,have Senior DivisionJl"ooys: -. ",. Bear Hunt has. been enlarged ,
born194
'" names when the, campaign gets Citrus area in Citrus County: electric service. "Most of theses ..- to, include a portion ''''''-- -
underway and the mullet circuit E. LOJ: r
Davids 19
furnishes the Saturday evening 'County, Aucilla area in Jeffersonand REA loans had net been made chicola National Forest. The:
Angles California _
meal for the local voters ]I Wakulla Counties, and the available. farmers for Coopera- -$5,000. ;a4 Oscelo Bear Hunt has been enlarged
David J. Goetz 21
DaVenport.
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hear by the grapevine that some Gulf Hammock area in Levy tive electric systems. During the 'Iowa $4,000.George ':,' to include that portion of
are loowing forward to the-deli. County. years of the ,Cooperative's development Baker and Columbia counties northof
cacies of Wakulla Counties' famous According to Aldrich, a recent it has grown from nothing dancer Rhode W. Island Ptaszek.,3OOQ.20, Provi.-t : ; 'jS ::5N the Osceola National Forest.

mullet and hushpuppies, regardless action by the board of County to a complex electric system serving Robert ,G. Aikins 19 s. ..... Hunters will be allowed to take
Suitiand- .
of who gets elected Probablythe Commission of Levy County, stated over 10,000 consumer members : -. 1 bear, fox, opossum bobcat raccoon
best thing that could happen that no valid hog claims exist in I on its 2,000 miles of electric Maryland-$2,000. .": : and rabitt Shooting will be one-

along about now would be a beat the Gulf Hammock Wildlife Management distribution lines. The employee Junior Division '. c half hour before sunrise to one-
(boys born 1947 '
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the heat campaign along with the Areas. This action allowed force has grown to over 60 i inthese' half hour after sunset Additional
through 1951))
mosquito program As the time the land owners 'and the years and area offices are Richard A. Pietruska, 16, Stamford / information concerning the special
I draws near for the dedication of Game and Fish Commission to being staffed for better, faster hunt regulations and procedures
the Wakulla County Livestock classify the hogs within this area service. OOnnecticut-$5OOO.E. r$ I governing the drawing may be
Raymond Hagen, 16, New .
Pavilion it is reported that the as game animals. Individuals whoclaim Extension of electric service to Brighton, Minnesota4000. .I obtained by contacting either regional

affair will bring out many notable hogs in the area are given rural areas has helped the economy Stephen K. Lauderback, Kettering ? office. _
from the capitol centerAgriculture ninety days in which to remove of all industries due to money Ohio G. M. ::
( son)-$3,000.
Commissioner Doyle Conner' their hogs. Similar action by the spent on wiring, appliances Ted L. Aldave, 15, Susanville, Miss Russ HonoredWith

will be the principal speaker and County Commission of Palm Beach electric equipment, home improve California, (duplicate3000.) Luncheon

the platform guests will include County allowed the Game and: ments and many changes that are Donald E. Schaeffer, 13, Davenport -
both big and little cabinet members Fish Commission to declare all 1 possible only in homes that have Iowa2000. Miss The Crawfordville First Baptist
Ruby Ann Smith I
Many of the young fry will be wild hogs in the county as game low cost electric service. Although The remaining 11 talented Church Choir honored Miss Janet

..',. :._... -v. ,fcArd to get out come August 26th animals. electric service is available there youngsters each won a $,1000 Announcement McAllister Named Russ, bride-elect of August, witha
""--''''''4inetr'-iU b the first day of I Aldrich reminded hunters that are about 1000 rural homes that scholarship by showing exceptional Mr. and Mrs. William J. Smithof luncheon Saturday, August 3rd,

the new school yealv,*., A word to outside of the twelve areas and do not have electric service yet. design ability: in the constructionof St. Marks, announce the Information ChiefTALLAHASSEECommission at the home of Mrs. A. L. Porter.

the mothers :who are taking a Palm Beach County, the Game and Cooperatives are businesses that their model! cars. engagement of their daughter The luncheon tables were decorated

youn'un .to school for the first Fresh Water Fish Commission are owned by those it serves. Barry R. Ax el rod, 17, Los An- Ruby Ann to Mr. Curtis Langston with lovely arrangements of pastel
time, don't worry he or she will claims no jurisdiction over hogsof Each member has one vote and gles, California; James S. Bieck, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. er of Agriculture Doyle Conner'soUice colored flowers and with name ,
after a few days think that schoolis any kind, and feral or wild exercises..)it_to elect a director o 20, San Gabriel, California; Bone ston of Smith Creek. Lang- -- annuonced today the appointment tags with wedding motifs. Members -
the finest thing that has ever roaming hogs are generally 'classified his choice from- his district The ner W. Griner, 20, Hialeah, Flor- Miss of Jack W. McAllister, of the choir presented Miss
happened, they even be trying to as private property. Hun'tIng Board of:,.nine directors controlsthe ida; Ronald R. Klawitter, 20, Smith was a graduate"bfthe Avon Park, as Chief of Information Russ with a set of 8 water glasses

study their home work Hats hogs to which there f Is a operation of the business. Each Peoria, Illinois; Robert K. Lee, 18, j 1963 Class at Crawfordville. effective September 9. In her chosen crystal. .
off Dep't this week goes to Clay legitimate claim of private owner. elected director has a term of two Las Vegas, Nevada; B. Michael \High School. Mr. Langston at. McAllister, present Director of

.'. ton Taff who is to be commendedfor ship, such as on lands where valid years. Owens, 18, Georgetown, South ;tended Sopchoppy High School and Community Services for the Al Hunting Season
his work with the Gals SoftBall hog claims are in effect ia an Members and friends of the Co Carolina; Rodney S. White, 17, is now employed by McKenzieTank coholle Rehabilitation Program for i

I Team that has won many I illegal activity and subject to civil! operative.are urged to attend this Nashville Tennessee; Mike L.I Lines, Inc. the State of Florida succeeds Jack Dates Cleared

.< games and afforded entertainment action. meeting and support the Cooperative Burns, 19, Seattle, Washington; The wedding is planned for Shoemaker, who resigned recentlyto .
for players and fans alike Before going hog hunting on that liar meant.so much to Walter Mac Stewart, 17, Fairmont, August 11, 1963,' at the Fist enter the College;of Law at the Tallahassee Deer aruT turke7hunting
Orchid of the week goes to Rev. lands other than the designated this area" \in,: ,.service and economic West Virginia; Kenneth C. Swenson Baptist Church of St. Marks. University of Florida.' season in the Third Conservation
areas the hunters should always benefit: The Chief of Informationhas District (Northwest
new
S. A. Coxwell,who we see visltan 20, Flint, Michigan; MichaelC.
folks all over the place nothinhelps gobtain g the permission of the land ; Meldrum, 16, Fair Haven, served in his Avon Park position Florida) will close January 12,
the shut-in more than a owner. It is also helpful to verify Michigan. Opening A Success three years. Prior to that 1964. An error in the earlier reported

friendly visit. chaff, picked up with the 'County Sheriff to d Thomas' Robert H. Gathman, president of time, he was an assistant editor deer and turkey banting .
mine whether.hog claims are in At I & J MarketIn with the Florida. Agricultural Extension regulations indicated the season
along the way: to make a long eel the Guild G. M.. vice president and -
story short, there's nothinglike fecIn the area selected for hunting Monday;morning at Tallahassee general manager of Fisher Body, Service and a staff announcer closed statewide January 5. According -
and to determine the fact of Sopchoppy on several radio stations. to A. D. Aldrich, director
having the bosswalk in. Model Memorial-Hospital'after a long,ill presented the scholarships to the,
Game and Fresh Water Fish ()
husband: A,, man who chases ownership.. ness. A native of'Wakulla County, winners. The guest list of approximately Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Burge McAllister is married and has Jm.
nothing but models. A pessimist the had lived in Tallahassee for 15 .800-- included a group of i wish to thank everyone for a successful four children. In his new position, mission, the season for deer and

one 'who feels bad when he feels Edward years. ,She was a charter memberof the nation's leading scientists educators I grand opening of*their he will direct informational activities turkey hunting will dose January
Warner 5 in all sections of the state
except
good,for fear he'll fell worse when Ivan Assembly of God Church and industrialists. John :Super< Market last, week end of the Department of Agri the
third district which will close
he feels better. It is always hotterin Funeral services for Edward N Funeral services were held Tuesday C. Warner president of Carnegie ; They are proud of the reception 1![culture. January 12.Bridal. ,

the summer than it is in ,the (Paul) Warner were held at 3 p.m. at 3 pjn. In'the Ivan Assembly I institute ,of Technology, spoke to the i citizens of the county showed

city As we have said in the Wednesday in the chapel of Culley's of God Church; with the Rev. M.Stanaland the 43 regional and national winners for this new service.It .

past; lets all pull together for a Funeral Home, with the Rev. 1 the Rev. J. J. Williams, 'on "Your Investment jn Your will be the policy of the store Bridal Shower Shower

bigger'and better Wakulla Countr.r E. W. Ferryman officiating Burial and the' ,Rev. H. C. Cooksey of.. Career." to bring the best quality fresh

was in Crawfordville Cemetery. fteiating. Burial was in Craw The addition of these 20 winners vegetables, meats and merchandise Honors Miss RussMiss Honors Miss SmithMiss

Warner, a native ,of Oklahoma, fordville Cemetery. brings to 299 the total number of at the best possible priceLi f"
Ann Smith of St
Methodist Church had lived in Wakulla County for Survivors are. 4 sons, Jeeae M.: young men who have received i Janet Russ, bride-elect of Ruby
are urged to shop this weekend Marks was honored Monday-Night,
9 years, and was employed by Thomas ,of .Tallahassee, Roy W. scholarships valued at $783,500since August, was honored at a miscel ,
school .
back specials.See
for to July 15 with mbceBsneow
ScheduleThe Seminole Asphalt Co. He died suddenly and Vernoa, CL. Thomas of Craw the founding of the Guild in" laneous bridal shower Friday a
the advertisement in this bridal shower. Miss Smith is the
at Alligator 'Point Sunday.Surrivon fordville and the Rev. O. L. Thom. 1930. night the
August 2nd at Crawfordville
. issue i of the newspaper.The bride-elect of Mr. Curtis LyswoodLangston.
Crawfordville Methodist ,
, are his wife, Mary S. as of Mariaaaa; a daughter, Mrs Woman's Club. The clubhouse '
Church schedule of services is as Warner; one daughter, Mrs. Ruth Jack' Council of Tallahassee; 21 was decorated with beautiful .

fellows: The first and third Sun Jackson of 'Beeport: Tex.; 4 grandchildren grandchildren, 31 greatgrandchildrea. Local WomanReceives I: 25th annual meeting of the arrangements of summer Special Mrs. W.guests J. Smith at ,the mother party el

, dyes of each month, morning'worHip 2 sisters and 6 brother Florida Public Relations Association flower, and approximately 85 per_ were
the bride-elect Mrs. W.H. Lang-
it held at 11 a m.; & day Pallbearers were E" J.'Weatherington. Award will be held In Winter Haven sons attended. Miss Ross received ,
stun of the bride
a IcMeI at 10 ajn. Evening service e Jim Cantrell. W. L. Mea Mrs..J* K. Moore received word in early December. Some 250 a host of lovely gif tsfl No games and,Mix mother June Langston, sister-to-greoae
F at 'I:" pjn. The second 'and dor, W. T. Laster, Allen Moore and Silver Springs is Floiid a's oldest from her General: Avon manager public relations counselors are expected were played but Mrs. Inez Walker, law of the bride-groom. Mba

F 'fee'th Sttndays morning service at G. W. Hokemb.A .. tourist attraction.. 'It wasestablished that she has received her second to attend. one of the Hostesses, presented a Smith was the recipient of many

p.i .... and Sunday School fol- some,75 years ago. $100 bond and also her Sapphirepin delightful "story of Janet's life." levely gifts, refreshments consisting
". : sr* 10:30 .... No ',evening Southeast Airlines based in and pearl pin. Last year Mrs. The Florida Institute for Continuing -' Delicious finger sandwiches and of finger sandwiches, potato

i itet.rise. en fee seeead. sand. fourth Florida's. billion dollar increase in Miami. KM flight between Miami Moore won her diamond pin along University Studies is cooperating punch were served. The hostesses chips, cake, I such, nuts and mints
,-.1., r.. 1II. \''. iia'ire tourists is and. X ey. -West, Ft Myers andGarifcfcesa with $100-bond. She has received with the Florida Maga-;;' were: Mrs. Inez Walker, Mrs. was served by the hostesses, Miss
:. OJ.f -..._, ,_ 4 ieea if Congress passes a bill enabling points. It will soon several $50-bonds in the two years sine Ass'n. in staging the 1963 Mary Bevis Mrs. H. F. Mills, M n Kaye Evans and Mrs, Lea. Lynn.
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k .f J). 't.. '.-'\.. 't" for the'the state. to obtain fund ilart serviceHbetween Orlando s I that she has'been'selling Avon. Florida Magazine Institute in Florence Eubanks, Mrs.' Virginia Sixteen guests were present
,"i"S big Inter-American Center Cape Canaveral. Clearwater, Aug. 910. Kelghtley, and 'Mrs. Essie CogdilL
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August 8. 1963 ':_ FOR SALE 'PEAK'S "Iftry time=hea1..eyerythh.1g.1 Scientific proof has been''pre- Civil Service .
FOB SALE. Jenny .Colt 1-year- DRY CLEANINGikPL!ANT : sitting.it out jn.a dctor.s"l sented showing that weather can

WAKULLACOUNTY 'old, Gentle Ideal Children' Pet. Equipment and Building Living office.KenbyBennett, affect arthritis.Symptoms of arthritic Exams AnnouncedAn
tot patients become worse whenbarometric
putnam -
in GVeencastle )
Reasonable... Call WA 6-3301 quarters rear. Modern equipment. (
NEWS ':ofI Going business. Selling due County Graphic. : I pressure lowers and examination for Rural Car

trnne.SHELP '_ I humidity increases. rier-for the post office at Craw
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Telephone WAlnut 6-3301 I -- -, fordville Florida will be open for
I acceptance of applications untl
r' Or APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
NOTICr
WANTED FEMALE : August 27, 1963 the Commission
e- CAREER OPPORTUNITY- NOTICE IS HEREBY: 'GIVEN. that J. H. Hudson the bolder of the following annuonced today.Applicants .
certificates lor aJar deed to be issued
KHEWYWR certificates: has filed said thereonxThecertificate :
CAREER OPPORTUNITY number' and'years of issuance. the description of the property>and must take a writtentest _
Virginia KeiRhtley i Editor I DOVER'S LICENSE YOUNG WOMEN the names to which ,it was assessed are as follows: for this position. They must -- _

ty s I WWGYWBmmimnt+ AGES 18 TO 26 Certificate Year of r Nam in have resided within the delivery of
..,., '. We are seeking girls with high No. .....nc. Description of Property Which AsMUtd the office for one year immediately

.. school diplomas or equivalent experience IS 1JM Lot 1 in Harktess Gavin Est preceding the closing date of the -I
4 Entered at Crawfordville, Florida. in Sec. 18. T 3 SRI. W? -
to enter our bindery apprenticeship 5 acres Joe Taylor. Jr.'. examination. In addition, they -
Two and must have reached their 18th birth.
second class matter. Subscription program.
as 52 1954 ., As per deed recorded in OB
Barber
It i Dees Shop one-half year program of training ". 32 pare S3. Public, Records day on the closing date for acceptance
rate: $3.00 per year. : Wakulla County. Florida lying
and advancement for of applications. There is
22S8 South MonroeBOYS girls with in SE \/4',of Sec. 12..T 5 S. no
.:'. : these-qualifications who are will- ',.R w S Harold )'. CearerTS maximum age limit. However

1 HAIRCUTS $1.00 ing to fear\L Apply in person ,to US4 "J< Lot 1. Block A South (Known, persons who have passed the age
Rose Printing Company Inc. 2503 Rock landing ..- Town of of 70 be considered only for
may
If You Need :: week Friday '. William 1%!. Pickett
. Open 6 days a Jackson Bluff. Road Tallahassee.. > -- 'Panacea)' :> A. I.. MitcheHVI temporary renewable appointmentsof
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;. Office Supplies Tip 8 ,.111. 1 time : \, tf. '_ 1958. r; 'Lot It BLK,N Aqua De Vida Hudte W. Christian one year.Complete. -
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o:Business Machines ; 47. "'"., .195* 'Lot-2t i ELK N Aqua De Vida Thelma RadfordS information about the Pickett Retiring
barbers to ..
FOOT Blaster f
: '**' examination requirements and instructions
e Office Furniture! ., .. 1961An undivided 1/11 Interest inu..U -'
serve you. '. except 200 acres of lot 82 for filing applicationsmay After 38 Years
See or Call H S, 14 6/11 acres Nat Sanders Jr. be obtained at the post.office
Puzzling: The people who -
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WHALEYat DEE COOK Owner -.. 20 1961 ,1 As per DB 55 P-15 in Sec.'13. for which this examination is being William M. Pickett vice president
drive thousands
RANEY of miles
to
T 3 S. R 8 W. Georce W. Gibbs announced. Application forms of division operations has re-
enjoy scenery, and leave rub : iAn
01 said property bring in the County Wakulla. State of Florida. must be filed with the U. S. Civil tired after exactly 38 years of con
bish. ,. Unless such certificates or certificates shall be redeemed tinuous
-5 according to law the service with Florida Power
s 1- .property described in such certificate or certificate will be sold to the highest Service Commission: Washington
CAPITAL OFFICEEQUIPMENT ; r 1 I bidder at the Court House door on the first' Monday in Month of September. 25, D. C. and must be received or Corporation.A .
CO. 1983. which is the 2nd day of Sept. 1963
retirement dinner
Dated this 7th day of Anfust.; 1963. postmarked not later than the party was
319 South Adams St. closing date. held in his honor last evening and
Co! :' Moody Pearce
Woodville Lumber
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE. Si Clerk of Circuit Court of was attended by approximately

FLORIDA Aug. i.ls-62,29 Wakulla_ County. Florida.Wakulla .' 150 company officials and representatives

-S ---. e .e e. I -e. '.. ..'..." L __J ,'- I.11-.1. 0 of divisions. throughoutuuua ___.._
f ewer: acounty B'y1noCU"A
=:' Lumber Building Supplies .f native of Durham North

'TV ,, .", f .. Co ntYCommissionfMeets r Enjoy The Lazy Summer Days I Carolina Pickett joined Florida
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: : Power on August 1, 1926, as a commercial -

SERVICECall .': :'"We Need And Appreciate Your., bookkeeper in the St.
Petersburg district office. He was
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WA 6-3612 .-.- ",' AUGUST 5,:1963 named office manager in December -

CEO. CREECH '. The Board of County Commissioners "h. 1933 moved through various

CRAWFORDVILLE ; Business" of Wakulla County met district office posts, and was

this date in Crawford .il1e. with the named St. Petersburg division

.following present: manager in April 1945. He was
J. D. elected vice president in October,
Turner, Chairman Willard
READY 1 1J 1t MIX Quality and_Price Guaranteed: ; : Carter, vice-chairman, Ralph 1959, and held that position untfl

,- '* -", Strickland Sam Smith and F. T. ik' his retirement, effective July 31.

Roberts, Commissioners: Moody Andrew H. Hines Jr., managerof

Ross Harmon, Owner Pearce Clerk J. H. ,Hudson, rl division operations will assumePickett'
County Attorney, W. R. Taff areas of responsibility.

Sheriff and Cannel Pelt, Road During the past several years
--" Superintendent. '- Jy Pickett's executive posts with

t Coll222 Ol6rMAPltS Minutes of the last greeting were A ,, numerous civic and charitable or-
CONCRITETAILAHASSE read and approved. ganizations have included: director
Fl.rl4a Forest Service
The board agreed on the recommendation and member of Board of Governors -
Bajpfaii Report of Commissioner Smithto St. Petersburg Chamber of

give Glenn Pope 12 days work Commerce; member of board of
The Fltrifa F.rest Service reports Ute per month. I' directors, Florida West Coast Edu-

following rainfall recorded at Wfclculla,.. On the motion of Commissioner 5V' cational Television Inc.,; director.

County: Towers for the week of July 30 Strickland seconded 'by Commissioner Goodwill Industries; director Pi-
THEY the board nellas County Tuberculosis Association -
Roberts, set the
I through August 5th. '
i. mileage for the ensuing year at 10 ; president and director.
mils T Exchange Club; executive commit
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i CHRISTIHflI (Crawferdrille 1.00 The board set as ra -Board of f k wr tee member. and chairman of opera

Newport 1.50 Equalization and hearing no ations committee American Red
r complaints Easy-does-it meals outdoors: Zesty Barbecue Sauce
; or recommendations bit the spot during the sum ', Cross; and past president, Lake-
Average 1. 5Fires accepted i cup chopped green pepper
SCIEnCE. the Tax Book "as presentedby mer. Make the most of your patio, i cup hopped onion wood Country Club.'
I : -:; the Tax Assessor ,terrace, or backyard and grill 1 1 medium clove garlic minced. He and his wife live at 5697
: ;Mrs Fe'rreH.: '\ 2 tablespoon salad oil .,
\ since Jasurary'l, 193Fires. 6 .,. .. .... .LABOR INCRfcA v for those wonderful lazy hazy 1 tan (10 % ounces) condensed. Fifth Street'. South, .' St.. Peteraburgihebidiz& .* .Ji.I \ ."
last -- 60--r, ... ; days go by so quickly. tomato soup -. ,. .:'''.''i.
same period .
mOniTOR year: Ojrthe, motion of, Commissioner -4 C'UR water '..
1' Delight all with a' tempting '
2 tablespoons brown ( I' ;
Acres burned this dear 25S 9 Roberts the board.agreed to budget barbecued flank-steak basted as 2 tablespoon vinegar sugar':' '
last 635 / '. lOc hour inereasesin' labor. for. 1 teaspoon Worcestershire .
Acres:; burmed same period :year per it cooks with a zesty canned con Dash Tabasco" sauce
the 1963-64 budget year. densed tomato soup-sauce. The

-, The Board approved the vouch., soup is enhanced with green pepper In saucepan. cook green pep
Accurate :. en before them and directed that onion garlic and other per. onion, and garlic in oil until o .'
vegetables are tender. Add remaining -
,f warrants be, issued iin payment: seasonings. You'can prepare it ingredients. Simmer : .

Complete .."' ." .1 therefor. early in the day so its all readyto about 10 minutes, stirring nowand -
There being no further business be toted out to the grill at the then. Makes 2 cups sauce. a.
\ appointed hour. Flank Steak (Outdoors): Pre- .
coming to the attention of the ;
News A perfect addition is corn on pare sauce. Score a 1% to 2- If"
Boar dtha same was adjourned on the cob grill cooked, too. pound flank steak. Place steak on ,
Coverage BOBBY RUSS '. the motion of commissioner Carter. Simply wrap It in foil and roast grill about inches above glow. rv I' I \
ing coals. Cook about 6 minuteson ..
Attest :
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.: : over the coals for 15 to 20 each side or until desired "At middle age, your trip >'" .
Approved: J. D. Turner Chairman minutes turning several times. leas light and
doneness brushing with sauce becomes
'. ping '
"\ Complete Insurance Service Crisp crunchy relishes and often. Heat remaining sauce and '
more fantastic. *:,' -.30
Printed '' fresh peach shortcake complete serve with meat. Makes 6 to 8 ---- .

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I: SOPC.YNEW5 Sunday, .August .4," at _.White [WAKULLA COUNTY N>eWB 3.

i ;Springs in Liberty County,.near! fF Service Crews .lttJ ..... Thursday.August;*, 1m
'Loetee C. : 'a isei -." ( r
by Sapp .- ;: | I v

i The Congreeatfea Youth Campat :Mr, and Mrs. Preston Trice'and Available to help .L'r ; -: ..

the Sopchoppy" Camp Crowd !fay attended" the.Trice reunion Florida : : .1
Forest Service crews- : .
closed Friday .aJgbt, August .2, White Springs lest Sunday. 'BY 'BOBt.lHEWSTEB ,
when ,not actu.Jyeqaeed] in theurgent
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with churches ,from Sopchoppy Trawfordvflle Personals (eont) _, -'- o.aJI.r-- shit..
work of fighting forest 0.ibwl.
/
I Carrabelle, and Panacea tier te Dublin last weekend.. 4
pu Georgia .
f"H'e&-wi11 be available .to help
pating.. Mickey .Combs, son of Mr. Mr: and Hrs.T. S. Barrow, Mrs. SEEK THE SHADE &
Candy IncOMPLETE
their
Florida landowners improve Where "catch fish .
i and Mrs. W.:J. Combs of Craw tnnle ,Posey and 'Mrs.. Amalee ,timber stands. when the summer can you sun turns the

fordville and Miss ,June, Roberts, Spears went to Jessup, Georgia, While forest fire protection water so hot you can practicallybrew

daughter of Mrs. 'Delma Roberts aatMonday to attsnd the funeral a cup of instant coffee '
of Sopchoppy were crowned king of Belle Reeder Burns. 'one vital key to increasing produe- right out of your favorite fishIng W I : FLORIST. SERVICE
tIon and commercial return from of .
hole! V
I and queen in caranatioo ceremonies "Mrs. Charle. Barwick and son
Florida forests, improvement of When the solar rays send you
officiated byMrs.. Ruby rerrell,. returned: ,Sunday from a 'the stand by the landowner is of scurrying shade, you can bet

Thompson. twO weeks vacation spent in Mt. major importance also your last lead sinker the fish are
,
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sinn Land Dora, Florida, with Mr. Barwick's For instance eannot..do doing the' s me. And that's the G -: Formerly Tillman's ,
pines
1 and son Roger for.several days sister. tip-off to 'start looking for' their :
.Mrs. Noah Posey andfamdy. 105
EAST
their market best if low quality- JEFFERSON STREET
cool and comfortable sanctuaries.
'wu..Mrs. Land'sbrother and wife, .,.. ..
,cull trees are sapping away moisture :According to the guys at .
Mr. and Mrs. Milford Craft of Miss Ann Moore left last Fri- who -
sunlight and nutriment. In- Mercury outboard, make
Crestview. While, mere- : :Mr. and lay-::jun. with her aunt Mrs. Lea erior, non-merchantable trees knowing about such things their

Mrs., Land and"Roger:accompanied LYnn and Donna Jo to visit friendsIn work-aa well as pleasure, you .i.
should be removed from the com- ..
them to visit relatives in Jackson New can,predict,with uncanny accuracy ,o .: '
Orleans La., and Manda- -
mercial stand, releasing the. desirable :exactly! ,where fish will be \ .?
1 ville. Their niece,' Linda Craft returned ville they are also going to sightsee and valuable trees for more lying during the heat of the day.If er 224-5023. :TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA
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home with them. while. they are there. rapid growth. you're a ,big lake man, just "4", ." "
Mrs. Bart Cook .has returned lower 'your minnow or crawdad a or WA 6.3301 CRAWFORDVILLE ,
Fire control crews of the Florida -
from a visit with her daughter and right down*on the:bottom where
Forest Service'will the
in Brunswick CRAWFORDVILLEPERSONALS help It's cool and agreeable. Work
family Georgia. .
landOwner with his timber stand era: slow:. ,and easy-llke, and
I Coach Sanders and family are Improvement-on request by the you'll catch ,fish.

visiting relatives in Alabama. They landowner-if no private contract Even shallow waters have I

plan to return home their ,comfortable havens. And
soon. :
Mr.. and Mrs. Richard Klink crews are operating. There is a
I Daniel .Corley of the U. S. Navy they're usually easy to spot:
have returned' from a vacation charge for the service. Recommended '
overhanging trees bushes, undercut
: has been home on leave visiting his or
,trip: which they spent visiting in months for killing cull banks and':>?ig floating
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Corley 'South Florida. trees are March through 'Sep m- fields of lily pads o&other formsof
and family. He is stationed at
aquatic vegetation.
Mrs.' Basford and her
Margaret son
ey'
Norfolk, Virginia. The secret is td make
should your HOW COOL
Mike Interested landowners
of Hannibal, Mo., arrived
Mr. and Mrs. Buster Mathis and offering both tantalizing and
bave'moved into their last Friday to :visit her daughter contact: the Farm Forester serving ,easy to capture. In hot weather'no '
children new Mrs. Donald Tucker and family. hiS loca| county. The forester will one wants too much exertion. WILL YOU BE
home on Sopchoppy river. We are: make recommendations which Fish exception. Float-or
I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mathis of on are no

very happy for them. Hot Springs, Ark. arrived last trees.should be culled. and which drift your surface, plug across WHEN YOU GET HOME?
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hodge ,and the water slowly.
Friday' to visit their son, Mr. Mat method to use. County rangers of III IrO
family of Tallahassee visited with Work over every patch
Mathis all left supervise the work of the crewmen.;
and family. They weeds or. pads {methodically,
Mrs. Hodge's mother, Mrs. Delma last Sunday to spend a week at Cull trees are removed by the moving each"cast ver about a Great The eighteenth hole and

I Roberts, Sunday, August 4. Mexico Beach, Florida. Cindy Russ use of tree poisons, or silvicides, yard 'Until you've'thoroughly explored -' I Sure. then home. How will it be

Mr. and. Mrs. Ott Carraway and accompanied, them on this trip. applied with special injection type; virtually every nook and I nice e when you get there
son of Crawfordville visited Mr.Carraway's cranny. Remember, the Mercury imagine opening the door
tools. There is no danger to livestock -
The Rev. Richard Sprague and
folks that lure must liter.
say and walking into cool
parents Friday eve have returned from their or wildlife through the ,
family ally dangle In front of their
air
conditioned comfort. It
ning.We vacation which they ''spent in the proper use of these-chemfcals. noses. and I
costs less than think.
were gald to have Mrs. Great Smokey Mountains. Landowners and timber growers Cast In the shade where it's you
Phone See how
I Faye Rouse home for overnightand cool. That's where' the fishin's today. you ;
'
who authorize tree improvementwork
Mr and Mrs. Wooten Smith and can be living better with

to bar: Mr. Rouse's illiness Tim spent Sunday in Quincy with may be eligible for coo hot., ,"T'sn '.- electric air conditioning for

1 has improved. Mrs. Smith's. parents. "- sharing payments by the Agricultural :: r.:;...:.: .: -' ...... FATHER"x the rest of the summer
Mr. M. L. Roberta of Channel- t ,
Mr. and Mrs B. F. Page"have Stabilization and Conservation ;If.;

view, Texas, visited his mother, returned to their home after a tripto Service, '" I r 4,
Mrs. Delma Roberts and
family
the mountains of North, Caro- r ri
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for short 26.
a while July lina. --

Miss Green of Tallahassee Guard ,
Kathy Mr. and Mrs. Marion Furgerson Lowers .
is this week with her .
visiting n -
and Mr/and Irs.
from ,Gainesville ) k4' .

grandparents., Mr. and Mrs. Nelse Ralph Robinson and Lucinda of RequirementsThe ; ,
Roddenberry.Miss
are.
Tallahassee visitors
Sunday
l were i
U. S. Coast Guard has lowered JUfIII I -
Connie Parker of Tallahassee of Mrs. B. R. Pelt and Sheriff and f' 'W. f I OI'FU' GOOD a I Itutaat
spent the weekend visiting her Mrs.-W. R. Taff. its requirements' for vision iihe8tb1e \\ : JUNE 1 AUG 'J'' Comfort J

sister Mrs. Ralph Pigott and and hearing in order to enlist that \lec
$1
Miss Jerry Pearce of Tallahassee .' Blessed is man _. / J -
family. many outstanding men who would (Jer. : 7 e f11,7 sa1e,
trusteth in Jehovah.
visited her parents, Mr. and -
otherwise enlist in other banes -
MSgt. Randolph Roberts and Mrs. Moody Pearce last Sunday have 17:7). ,o llH FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION .
of the armed forces which
left for _
family Saturday morning Mrs. Carlton Whaley returned standards. God above everything and M rqw ru-HVIIIIO.: tlt11fSfOll-o.1IIED IIICIIfIC C
less stringent '
Greenville, Mississippi, where he home from Alabama, where she anything else is to be trustedin
The revised vision requirements
with the U. S.
will be stationed
called due the serious illness cannot : : --
to
was stipulate applicants must have all things..)When you
Air Force. of her sister. ** see what to do trust in
better'uncorrected visionin
and Malcclm and 20/100 or
Mrs.
Mr.
Kemp
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pelt and each with good binocular' 'Him-to.show the way. WEEK-END SPECIALS
eye, _
of
daughters, Peggy and Para, children have returned from their ,
ti _
Louisiana vision, which, can be corrected to'
visitinghis
Shreveport, are vacation.
mother Mrs. Bessie Kemp and at least 20/30 in one ey and at lit-
,
Mr and Mrs. Robert Martin andineir ..
relative. .*. Mr.. Kemp is m _former__ ___ _'Ie ,least 20/40 in the other. -
---- --- -- n live children have
ft resident'of Sopchoppy and Is'also a moved to Crawfordville young "and are Previously: .the minimum. was TALLAHASSEE 0 U N D BEEF, Ib. .- 49c
20/50 or better uncorrected. visionin
graduate of Sopchoppy High living in the D.P. High house. -
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each -which could be corrected R CHOPS f. '
School. eye K \ .5,9c
Both Mr. and Mrs 'Martin, will FLORIDA .r _
to at least 20/30.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edwards
are Crawfordville school.
teach: in the The hearing requirements have< PEPPER each }3c
on a business trip to Orlando and Sheriff and Mrs. W.-R. Taff attended .:;; ,
I been reduced to an acceptable los;I
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J before to visit returning Mrs. Edwards'home brother they: plan and Sheriff Hugh the funeral Lewis of services Live Oak oi, of not greater than 45 decibels ii I .':,))' A N AS, 2 Ibs. .. :Ji9c


land his wife in,Cape Mr. and Canaveral.Mrs. Dan, ,Ae Strick om- last Tuesday Pall Sheriff Bearer.Taff was an either 5000. The of the requirement frequencies had 4000 been 01 t;.. Now Showing'. T U C E, head . ;:i9c,

honorary minimum loss of 30 decibels in that. :
them their Mr
paning on trip' is Mr. and ;Mrs. George., Stafford range. r BEANSlb.- I5c
and Mrs. George Ed Strieklan "
home after autotrip .
have returned an The Coast Guard's standards for Cliff

of Tallahassee.Mr.. and Mrs.. Clinton Edwards in the north west. They wentto enlistment are still relatively high,, Robertson. Q U S H, 2 IBs.- '. .. I9c

visit their daughter and family. the of all the (I
and family of Thomasville, Ga., and tightest arm : '.
lb.
0 MAT 0 E S I9c
visited friends and relatives In forces. However, the Coast Guard .
will now be able to enlist men wh< "PT., 109"
ST. MARKS NEWS
Sopehoppy Sunday, August 4. '
Ibs
K R A 2 25c
Curtis and Sue would otherwise have been in .
Wayne Marilyn .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack and .
Gentry eligible and probably have gone in ,
Elliott of Houston Texas, are Lemon Cocoanut. '
children have returned after ,visiting to another service.A ,' ,
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and visiting Mrs.their Curtis grandparents Carroll, and Mr. his mother, Mrs. Gladys Gentryat board convened in Washington l FERRY HIGHWAY R O ZEN PlES I :49c .

Tarpon Springs. They also at the request of the Coast Guard'I OUTDOOR ON

family. spent some, time at Wauchula. with Chief of Personnel recommends I Turnips, Mustard .:'
Stuber --
Miss Carol has returned .
,
relatives' and friends.? the changes in the physical requirements GREENS 6 for.J.Q9''
: home after visiting her Aunt Miss
; ,
Nona Revell in Tallahassee. .Mrs. Lea Lynn and Donna and for original enlistment. The] Friday and Saturday .

Miss Ann Moore of Crawfordville became effective after the Commandant ,. CHEESE Ib. 49c
Joe of Tallahassee is .
i lodge spent the weekend in New Orleans Admiral Edwin J "IN THE COOL .
Anting his cousin J. L. Roberts,
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visiting friends and .
this weTET sight-seeing. Roland, approved the board's recommendations OFTHEDAY"THE Fire
Miss Ethel Work R, N. of Way- earlier this month.
his M E AT 12 35c
Delbert Roberts if+ visiting oz. can
cross, Georgia, enroute to her old 'THE LONG HOT ,

cousins, Misses Valerie;: Susan, home at DeFuniak. Springs.. U here 'SUmlER"
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.l and Kelly Hodge in Tallahassee I VA Revises
r. this week. visiting her brother, Lee Work. SUWANNEE STOR'ECRAWFORDVILLE

Mrs. Beatrice Weaver and Miss ,
.. Mrs. Linda Mauney of Carra- Patricia Crahtree of Belle ,Glade, Income Status "COLD WIND ;

r belle visited her mother, Mrs. Sam Fla. were IN AUGUST" FLA. :
the weekend
of ,
guests .
Administration !
Payment of Veterans
t Odom Monday, August 5. -
Mr. -
and Mrs. Bill Roberts and
Rev. and Mrs. Sam Odom visited pensions to veterans 01 r Mrs.IsabcHe{ Fm.bes, MgT. .
visited
tn the Carolinas: and in parts of many 'friends and relatives their dependents may be affect:I. _
fa .
the '
i' Kentucky recently county. by the payment of increases i ii 1 I ,

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Davis had Mrs. Frances Roberts-and chil- Civil Service annuities, the' Veterans '. :j' Y'f",
dren of Yankeetown visited her
a, pleasant surprise last Thursday Administration said today.
mother, Mrs. .Nora Bishop last
These increases raise the''
.. when their nephew, Murray Green, may
.". from New York visited them. Mrs. week. Mrs.: Bishop accompanied total income of the veteran or dependent

W. J. Green of Chiefland and Mrs. her home. concerned beyond th,

i Ruth Green and daughter of Mrs. Ann DuMond and children amount: on which the VA originallJbased ;4t
left this week for"New York Stateto entitlement to -S
,Mcdart accompanied them.Rev. presen
Richard Sprague and family visit' her Barents. monthly payments, John, StampeiService -
Miss Faye Poppie of Hilton, Ga.,
last from Officer, said.All .
returned Thursday,
f their vacation in, the Smokey. is visiting :her aunt Mrs. Ruby pensioners must promptly' JOE DIDN'T HAVE A r py br-1
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t Sessions and other relatives. notify the VA of changes in income .
Mountains area, and reported a
'_ restful time, much of' it tent in Mrs. Olive Jacobs is in Panama in order, that timely adjustmentS CHECKING ACCOUNT i

r the national aad state parks. City visiting her daughter, Bernice in monthly payments -ma;
Now it's time of the and
that
Mr Harry DeShazo has returned year poor
be made and
Mr. and Mrs. D. LL Strickland possible overpayment s '
week traveling in the 'after 'a business trip to East avoided. Joe has quite a problem. Where are all t ..

spent a Orange, N..J.. Persons receiving pension uncle rot those.income tajf'deduction If'he had only
Carolinas and..as far:.up,as Memphis -
,Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. Paul JCreager and the law in effect prior to July j kept a record.

Mrs. Elaine'Parrisfe and family Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Register of 1960, may waive part of their annuity Oont be like.Joe. Let us keep:your,records

l of Tallahassee-spent.'.the;weekend Tallahassee spent the weekend at to meet the pension incomi e for you. Start a Lewis State ,checking account

with Mr. and Mrs, Walter Harms. ',Shooting, Creek. N.; C. requirements. Personsreceivin,, today and have all the* details recorded ,.

Mrs. Frederica Tucker, her son Mr.. Tommy Pitlard of New Orleans pension under the current lav r In your checkbook for future

f Donald and his son David, from was a recent visitor .of hisimam (PL 86-211) may not waive an]y reference. .. ,.

the St. James Forestery TowerS friends here annuity. Stamper said. ,
Mrs. Mae LaWhon Friday. Jimmy Smith of:Tampa is herevisiting d'
visited
10 1776-A .committee -
his August :
grandfather A. M.
the _
Mrs Carrie Ashmore spent ,
with her Smith.. .- made up of Benjamin
r weekend in Tallahassee "
Mx\ Richard is Franklin, John Adams and
t Mrs. Ann Commander Lynn a patient aTallahassee .
h :. mother Memorial Hospital Thomas Jefferson,- suggested"E
;. Who has been JH:f or; a lean time Pluribus Unum" as the' e !

Susan Hedge oft :TuHahaa .
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week visiting hex
last
see spent
United States.
r ,giandmother, Mrs. Defaaa Roberta "It's been said a narrow 12 1851-Isaac

I Mr aad Mr*.'Edwin Roberta andfuggy mind and a wide mouth go August '

,r of Tallahassee vfrfcid he together."-fid HeWridge. Singer was granted a patent Y ys
I his sewing machine and or-
P 'M ether. Mrs. 'Faye Carwwy ; Langford (S..D.) Bugle. on ganized his business in.Boston

E' w. mother, Mrs.' Vasale Roberts; --
... with acapital of forty dollars.
1- the b Sin bf effort expended
Soaisy. M. "On
t Mr. aad JJrs. W. T.. S *ders of those who obtain the, August 31, 19 3-A Pack-

.' .'fPT and gaa \** 5BterRacUsatorrr greatest ame at ol mosey,by ard automobile ended a fifty-

$i-;:, -e'ap '* Taut. writing ;are ceBege.fctudeaU: two-day journey from, San

; ltwsar sad Mr. ad )I*i ..!,:.c. L. with their letters beme.;"-- Francisco to .New York, the

t'.j of Crawford*!**,'Mteed.tfce ; E-JLUewAwr*,V>U(Cahf.) first time an ,automobile had .
the continent under its r, _
crossed .
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Thursday. ,August 8..1963: L V
EOtLi All youngsters are >not crrl In-

TELEVISION TIME queat and those who behave themselves -
MIn
resent all teen-agers having
12 to take the rap for the few who gowrong.

A group of energetic high
school students in Jacksonville,
thee shall all the families members of the local Youth Coun- ,
of the earth be blessed.Gen. .- F
cil on Civic Affairs developed an

( 12:3). idea that they thought might help
The wife who can read her Since all of us abide in clean up the juvenile delinquency

husband like a book is usually God's love we should seek to problem in their city. ? .
a critic." fully the love of They approached Municipal p.
:: [ express more _______
qgt 0E our Father God. who made it Judge Santora and urged him to

so.. ..... consider a"Youth" Jury, made up -4 4
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= of three white and three Negro

SPECIAL THURSDAY FRIDAY teenagers: They would listen to t ta
the evidence and advise the judgeof

r cur tr.. and SATURDAY their judgment, with no author- tS : _
ra+ \ ity to impose sentence.
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1 ,': There was no precedent for such u'e
action but Judge Santora, father of
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: : ..I'I J. : Fresh Grade "A" FRYERS 29c three boys liked the idea. Arrange- s.
.... ments 'were made for the jury to _
sit in on juvenile cases.
..-', KQ ROUND STEAK, Ib., ., .19c.- Results were amazing. The e

"4/Cal KRuaGH r7 PEAS .. young jurors judgments were so tic _
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Lindy cans Intelligent, and constructive that

,vrL the judgt found himself followingtheir
t / Love Green PEANUTS, 5 Ibs. ,H:':: 99c recommendations more often

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than not.
"// ycx/ fad your tCrvnc/ty KruvcA today" Stokleys CATSUP, .19c ,:The story is told in the August

., issue of 'the Reader's Digest and
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Fresh. TOMATOES, lb. '. 19c it should be read and re-read by
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parents, lawyers, and every one

BANANASVILS..VV.SVIV.V. : lOc concerned with the delinquency
problem.

i" :. 0.. Offenders may fool the Court or
pleading of parents may affect the
judge's decision but they can't fool Commodore Colorado
:he'juvenile jury and Jacksonville

: Save 4flthH 'SHOP and SAVE ATPIGOTT'S : _:",: ', offenders have developed a fear of ,
their juvenile peers they never had 1>
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STORE '. 'V;'',: for the law or the police.
Take the case of a young man

the LU MEDART while arrested intoxicated for speeding, who and had driving causeda


H by We give TOP .VALUE- Stamps -c... -, appeared'in serious accident.court with The, offender a cocky

air:he waa wearing blue jeans and
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long sideburns, with a ducktail
i OFF AND RUNNING by John /. Doj laircut. He kept his hands in his

LEON FEDERAL pockets even when, facing the i I
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Hip NO 1112- judge. He didn't influence the juryone :

bit. They recommended su- V :
spension of his driver's license and r

..-'-' : S four weekends in the hospital.
ward where he could _
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'" and mutilated corpses brought in.
The judge let their sentence stand I

'-'. FROM THE'FIRST ., and the youthful offender learneda
lesson he will never forget. r
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; case was a young man
of good family. He had been in a .
drag race and lost control of his "

N car on a curve. Defended by his
.11 SAVE BY MAIL
.t' 'j % .q t1f parents' as a good boy they provided
{ # a capable lawyer. The pleaof

4 postage paid bpth( ways 'I Honeys.. Gem. wheW" in foalto l carried,neither weight parents with nor the the youthful lawyer ::-, \
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; Swaps, she, was 'sold' at jury. They knew a spoiled brat ..:
the California Thoroughbred when they saw: one. They threw '""'. ','
If a Thoroughbred yearling Bzt ders' Association.Sale at the.book.at him. Suspended,license -
filly, now known only as "Hip Pomona in January, 1962. The for three years, 30 days in jail s
"' 1/ No. 111", should bring a rec- present world record for "a and $200 fine.
% ord bid when > 4currtnf Company auctioneer, Milton Paul Mellon Rokfeby Stable The judge hid a smile behind his
sg "Laddy" Dance, wields his paid for another daughter of hand, the parents gasped and the .
hammer the'Saratoga year- Swaps named Golden Gorse confident lawyer was bewildered. I!
ling sales on Wednesday night, at Saratoga last summer. The The truculent, sneer left the face .,
it will be in the tradi- colt
family yearling record $130,000
dmJtnJ HOME OFFICE BRANCH OFFICE tion. Hip No. Ill, a daughterof was paid by John M. Olin in of the] offender. The! judge decided Lt. J. G. Shytle II
poyolli S.nd-Annuofl, 111 South Monroe ,Parkway Shopping Swaps Honeys Gem, is 1961 for a son of Swaps named the sentence was pretty heavy so
CenterFEDERAL consigned by Laguna Seca Swapson. It will be recalled he modified it by omitting the jail Officers James Laird Retires
Ranch, agent for Mr. and Mrs. that Swaps himself brought arecord sentence but imposed the $200 fine Auxiliary
Frank C. Bishop, ownersof price whi cowboy- and revoked the license for 'one
that 1000-plus acre spread at breeder, Kex C. Ellsworth sold Coming Here From Forest ServiceJames
Monterey, California; W. R. him to Mr. and Mjv.,John W. year.
SAVINGS Hawn, Chairman of The Boardat Galbreath on the 'installment The judge hid'a smile behind his Commodore Michael Colorado of F. Laird, life-long reel.
DelMar race track; veteri- plan two payments of hand, ,the parents gasped and the San Juan Puerto Rico, of the 7th dent of Arrap, has retired from
nary doctor Jack Robbins; $1,000,000 each. There'll be no confident lawyer was bewildered. active employment with the U. S.
1 k AND LOAN ASSOCIATION orchestra leader Lawrence installment purchases at Sara- The truculent sneer left the face of District U.S. Coast Guard Auxil- Forest Service after nearly ten'
Welk and owner-breeder, Bert toga this week, however. Con- ary will visit the 8th Division Fri.
the offender. The judge decidedthe and
W. Martin. This syndicate paida ditions of the sales are simple day and Saturday of this week. years of federal service. Mr.
HOME OFFICE: Til Stuth M.nr.r world record price for a cash on the barrelhead and sentence was pretty heavy so Commodore Colorado will be accompanied Mrs. Laird were the guests of
BRANCH OFFICE: FsrkwsyShtppinj Center TsJIshsssee, FUnds mare, bidding $137,000 for caveat emptor. he modified it by,omitting the jail by Lt. J. G. Marshall honor at a family gathering and
sentence but imposed the$200 fine fish-fry held at Arran Work Center -
.. Shytle of the 7th, District Office in
and revoked the license for one Miami. last Friday evening. About
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Judge Santora points to the wishers
the Bib Bend -Division stated workers, and well gather
\ sharp drop in juvenile delinquency together In horor of James''decision -
that the of the visit was
purpose
cases. The word has gotten around to exchange his axe, shove.. -
to commend the efforts of the
-, Back To School Specials and kids are afraid of the juvenile Division in the many search and and planting bar ,for ttie-raere
jury. Other cities became inter- rescue missions that they have hada comfortable rnd 'relaxing tools of
ested and the judge was deluged retirement, the rocking chair sad
l'!: : THIS WEEK END part In this year.
: ; : with mail asking for more infor garden hoe. Wakulla District
Special recognition will be madeof
mation. Parent's Magazine and the Ranger, R. J. Bonyata, made the

Write. Right Note Book : Filler, 325 Sheets ', .-_.: /__. 63c Reader's Digest juries told patterned the story after andjuveD.Ile work.several auzilarymen for their presentation of the traditional

Senator Luther Tucker, 6th District "Going-Away" gift which expresses -
; 150 Sheetv. 33c Jacksonville's are being. set up in Senator will the the beat wishes of all who
l..., -. other Florida cities and in a half greet officers knew and worked with James. Mr.
when they arrive at the airport on
dozen states. and Mrs. Laird will continue to
Composition Books, Reg 25c Special 19c .Does your city have a juvenile Friday afternoon. reside in Arran.JayceestoHoId.
..; problem? Better look into this
: of combatting it. It
-- new means

...ii. -'BGII.Point Pens-AII Color Crayons-Typing. Paper -,Ink << : .: works and it builds. good citizenship. In The Service '
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...:;;,. .,,, ., '. f.9, : .:. : SEMBACH AB, GermanyAirman -

': -.. -,?-.'..' .'., '- --..:... First das Charles A. Re-

hwinkei of Crawfordville, Fla., has BarBQueThe
re'e=CarHatien-Bordens -' ... .:' Winter Named To
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MILK; 3. Tall :Cans ... 43c Jim Dandy : duty under the Air Foree'soveneaae I Wakulla County Junior

j(_ -.- GRITS I (Ib. box .- .5c ", Fairs Committee 'new rotational assign i' Chamber of Commerce I* spoaser-
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'. ,' : f: < Tallahassee Commissioner of ment program Operation Short lug a Bar-B-Que for all young

Pi.eii-"' .I.aKGrain' .' ., :':; :'., -' ,, Agriculture Doyle Conner's office Spurt. men in the county. The Jayeee
are seeking new members from
isCE:31b.; bag : ;/ -v: '37c"J today .announced the appointment Airman specialist Rehwinkel will a fire protection his among the county's young axtaiU.
R : return to
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Winter Tallahassee,
.. : of Calvin A. ,
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...- >. : HAM' H OG K S, 2 Ib' as executive secretary of the Agricultural permanent assignment at Turner All men between the ages of 21

1lr.: .'" ,,: .,-,: r'.O' << '. and Livestock Fairs Com AFB, Ga., following his Short I and 36 years of age are cordially
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-",'- .;J.: :. .1 \:.. ,10 -"- mittee. are of only a few months duration.

NaW RI i.TZ:;: :CRACKERS, I45{!ij;. .. 25c NECK BONES; 3 I Ibs. 3!c and Winter livestock, who marketing has been specialist a dairy fordville The airman High who School attended, is the Craw-son Florida party which Power will Building be held In at Craw the

"* Rehwinkel of Rt. fordvillt at 7:30 p.m. on August
." i of. Mrs. Annette
*? for {he Department of Agricultureforth.
: : '" -; .. j.: : :.. past year, will replace W. 2, Crawfordville. His wife Mar. 9, 1963.
.*" ,< I VS ... -- O. Whittle who was recently appointed tha, is the daughter of Mrs. J. P. The Jaycees seek to develop
Fresh,
STEAK VV < < chief of Florida State Far Stephens of* 1709 Highland St., leadership and civic responsibilityin

TOMATOES: : ., Ib. : !.f.-.i-.". 19c Ib. .-. : Tfe_ mer's'Markets. Tallahassee, Fla. their members. Those who are
-- -- interested in the and
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A graduate of Auburn Univer
f "Some people are not the progress of Wakulla County
.'\' ." ;: --', :' :. city Winter was formerly employed life of the party until they should lend their support to this -
Lg" ;.... : _? ? ?-. AB Meat -%.. as an assistant county leave."-Van W. Davis, fine organization.
. ,q.-, ':*, f '-19c M- : 59cSV agricultural agent and vocational Huntsville (Mo.) Randolph
LETTUCE: : ,. STEW Eft"i agriculture teacher. Herald.
County

'*]i> '_"1 < >: '. ,' .: "This world situation must

Ib7 for.Z7c: "There is a new drink called I "With a woman in orbit this worry more than men. The
POTATOES 2 25c CL A N E'R 2
: ilT : Ajax E ,, _, ** Foreignade, the refreshment old planet is running more other day we saw a srray-
tmH I ; R. or less risk of being plagued out of
that never pauses.-ll. haired teenager come
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Smith, Brookville (0.) Star. again with flying saucers the beauty parlor.-A. J.


: .tf' \ I & J SUp'erMarket" "What another this holiday-a country day needsis set Louis City (Mo.Nelson) Tri-County Bowman News.King. Schroeder Press. Rosavflle. (111.)


aside to celebrate"having sur- "In horse and buggy days "An obstinate ma* doe not
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