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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 15, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
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VOLUME 64 NUMBER 51. I I 1963 T -
CRAWFORDVILLE.. FLORIDA Thursday August 15. PRICE 10 CENTS PVR COPY 4


'r --j New High For Mrs. May ,Porter Final Plans Near

Graveside services for Mrs. May
Heart Direase Nella Porter, 62, of Route 1, Mul-

JACKSONVILLE berry was held Tuesday at 2:30
Deaths in
Florida from heart disease have p.m.. in the Zion Hills Cemetery, Completion For
Crawfordville with the Rev. Em-
reached a new high, the State
/ls1Rt4!>t mett Whaley officiating.
Board of Health said today.Dr. .
Note Off the Cuff. James E. Fulghum directorof Mrs. Porter accidentally drowned
Sunday morning while fishingon
the board's Division of Chronic Dedication EventFinal
Top brass from the Coast Guard a river 10 miles south of Plant
and the Coast Guard Auxiliary Diseases, said complete figures for City, with her husband, WilliamR.

visited in the county last week, a 1962 showed 19,016 deaths or 36 Porter, who survives her. arrangements are being made for the dedication of

conference was held with Senator per cent of all resident fatalities. Mrs. Porter ,.
was attempting to ,' S the Wakulla County Livestcck Pavillion building to take place
Lather Tucker o'n Friday nite with The rate per 100,000 was 355.4, tie: up a fishing boat when she fell
Commodore Colorado and Lt. also a new high. Into the river. Her husband made: on Saturday, September 7th, at 3:30 p.m. in Crawfordvilte.

Shytle and Division Capt. W. S. In 1961 there were 17,586 deaths I two attempts to save her, but was i :; The Chamber of Commerce has set Its annual Family

Schley The Big Bend Divisionwas deaths for a rate of 340.9 per 100-! pulled away by a strong current. ,Night and. Fish Fry to come off at the same time. The ,

praised for their .work in 000 population. i Mrs. Porter is survived by 4 Wakulla County Junior Chamber of Commerce is assistingwith -

search and rescue and if all the Last year there were 10,809. children and her husband. One of
for the big event.
findings could be told it would bea white male deaths against 5,893 her daughters is Mrs. S. B. Forbes, the preparation A !

hair raiser We heard of the white female deaths. There were Jr., of Crawfordville. Guests for the dedication, will

near disaster last week in the 1,257 nonwhite male deaths; 1,057 Culley's Funeral Home was in include Cabinet and Little Cabinet New Plant .

boating accident of some* local nonwhite female deaths. charge of arrangements. members, the Judiciary, Leon

citizens, it seems that the Man R Dr. Fulghum said heart'disease E County officials, Tallahassee offi- For Power Co.

Upstairs" was on hand that is divided into three main cate- Mrs. Eleanor Isaacs cials as well as the local legislative "Years of study and research oa

day Final plans qe being gories: infective (resulting from delegation and local officials. future generating plart require-

made for;.the big Dedication Day infection); arteriosclerotic (hardening -, Mrs. Eleanor V. Isaacs,' 39, died The Board of County Commis- ments have resulted iaja recent

of the County's Livestock Pavil- of arteries and blood clot, here Tuesday morning at the homeof sioners will issue invitations to the company decision to.flNlMMM a

lion, if the- weather is right you an dalso known as coronary heart her sister, after an extended ill city officials of Sopchoppy and large tract of Gulf ffttffU.. in
can look for one pf the largest ness. A native, of Wakulla
County, St. Marks. Citrus "
disease); and hypertensive' (normally County, annonc d H. K.
crowds in many a day For she had returned to Tallahassee
call for McKean
Plans
high blood pressure) types participation by senior vice president of
those who keep their ears to the recently after living 17 in
years I both the and Crawford. Florida
He said "death rates generallyfor DON FUQUA I Sopchoppy Power Corporation, today.
ground it might reveal Indi- She
Oregon. member
some was a of the
ville High School Bands who will "The
arteriosclerotic cases were property will be the site
cation of the coming political campaign Roman Catholic Church and the
Jr.
r._ In recent days we have higher among whites than non- Catholic Daughters. Fuqua-Will Speak Argus Stalrnaker play both prior mid after the d'di- for a steam-eketric generating)

run into several buyers of lots on whites, higher among males than Survivors are her husband, Argus M. Stalmaker Jr., 53, a cation ceremony. plant which ultimately will )have

Lake Ellen, a ride .around the females of both races. It is significant Henry K. Isaacs of Cottage Grove, August 17 long-time resident of Sopchoppy, Chairman of the Board of Coun- a capability of two million kilowatts -

', .county shows that there has been to point out that in the Ore.; 3 sons, Bricey Walker of died at his home Saturday after a ty Commissioners J. D. Turner ," McKean said. "The first

k activity at least along the rivers, arteriosclerotic heart disease category Oklahoma, Herman Isaacs, U. S. Don Fuqua, member of Congres I short illness. said that he hoped that the citizensof unit with a 400oo -kiJowatt,

-e' lakes, and gulf property Hats the white male has a rate of Army, and James Isaacs, U. S. Air for Florida's ninth congressional I Funeral and graveside services Wakulla County would all come capacity will be one of the mot

i. off this week go to Johnny Miller 437 as compared with the white Force; her parents, Roy Barwick district will speak to members and were conducted Monday at West out and see this facility which modern and efficient in the electric

t:. .. and the Tarpon Marina which will female with a rate of 213; the rate of Tallahassee and Mrs. Carrie 'friends of the Talquin Electric Cooperative : Sopchoppy cemetery with the fiev. will mean 'much to the county and industry."

be an economic booster for the for the male being more than two Barwcik of Panacea; 4 bothers, J. Saturday, night,,.August Ted Rodda officiating. to the youth movement.The He pointed out that the plant's

county in the year to come times that of the female. This is D. Barwick of Atlantic City, N. J., 17th at 8:30 p.m.; Mr. Fuqua'sspeech I Survivors include his mother, Wakulla County Youth Fair first unit will be almost twice the

t Understand that some summer not true of the nonwhite groups. Amos Barwick of Pensacola, Mars will be ride at the 22nd: Mrs. Carrie R. Stalmaker; three Association Inc. who will be pri- size of the recent unit added to

homes will ,get underway scon Hypertensice deaths were higher s Barwick of Jefferson, Wis., Annual Meeting of the Cooperativeand sisters, Miss Mary Stalmaker, Mrs. marily responsible for the activities the company's Paul, L.' Bartew

t: along the;Ochlocknee ., Reports among nonwhites and the nonwhite and Roy Bacwick Jr. of Charleston is to be heldat the Gadsden I Ernest Roddenberry and Mrs. L. that will take place at the plant on Weedon Island,8t.. Petersburg.

., have it that the new gyms at female rate exceeded that of the S., C.; 2 sisters, Mrs. Lilian County Livestock Pavilion in I M. Mathers and several nieces and pavillion' is made up of citizens The Bartow plant has a

i,, Sopchoppy and' Shadeville will be. nonwhite male while white male Martin 'of Albany, Ga., and Mrs. Quincy.Mr. from all. sections of the county.L. total capability 'of 467,000 kilowatts -

,'i!, ready for use soon .,The Wakulla and female rates in this categorywere Frances Fountain of Tallahassee; dent of. Adrian the C. Fletcher, Presi, nephews. .'_DVTaylor, county agent, who and presently is the largest

')'' County Youth Fair Association equaL The remaining figures and a number of nieces. and nep Cooperative;entertainment, announceda did co' tthich in bringing this building steam-electric generating plait Ia
of ,
(::0' 4 ,Ine. Tad a meetinij'latt week did not reveal. substantial,differences hews. ".'.. business program meeting nd.the election, a Methodist Church: :" into existence said that its the company's 32-eounty system
and temporary officers and directors between Pallbearers were M. J. Lewis, user Tt.r stock shows and 'poultryshows' Florida'* Powert.Wqfjhjgtenf
were elected) to serve until race or sex cate: H. H. Clardy, Braxton Barwick, of Directors. Schedule would enable the membersof site is l located 'almost west

f L' January 1964 As we. hear Itt gories. I Gilbert Barwick, Terrell Grange Registration of members for the the F.F.A. and the 4H Clubs of the community of fRetl Level
Dr. Fulghum noted that the meeting will begin at 3:00 in the
E there will be 3 the and Wilburn Marks. '
t o.f man races Instruc-for: : death rate rises as a person grows afternoon. Members may register The Crawfordville Methodist i nWakulla County to enjoy a on U.S. Highway 19, ant approximately -
superintendent public
Church schedule of services is much needed i half betwM&h
as facility.
from then to 7:30 The way communities -
tion, tax-collector tax older. This has been generallytrue up p.m.
assessor, Bridal Shower For' follows The first -and third Sun. The fried mullet and hush of ;
t clerk of court, and others also over the years. Last year business meeting will begin,at 8:00 : pup Crystal River.aftd' In-
may the __.:%: days of each moritn' morning wor- pies that always brings many] glis, Florida. The site "fae&fe nkt_
[ have rates >
100,000
I heard 0-34
opposition As it: per were:
1 r parents spend the first part of a age group 15.2; 35-44 79.9; 45-54 Mrs. GibsonMrs. p.m.At 4:00 p.m. the entertainment' ship is held at 11 a.m.; Sunday people from the county and adjoin- a single tract of about > *$. acres, ,

f child's life encouraging him to 266.9; 55-64 696.2 65-74 1410.7 Mary Louise Forbes Gibsonwas will get under way with'a musical School at 10 a.m. Evening serviceat ing Leon will be served at the new most of which is owned fcy ,Har- I
honored Saturday night program by the Big Bend Banjo 7:30 pjn. The second and pavillion building and one of the bond, Inc., operators of tin %t n-
};.,1 walk and talk, the rest of his childhood and 75 and over 3,770. Aug
I they spend in getting him to ust 10 with a bridal shower, at Pickers who will specialize in Folk fourth Sundays morning service at largest crowds of this year, is expected sive cattle ranch in that ......

t t.. sit down and shut up Want the Crawfordville Womans Club music and will play quite a few of 9:30 a.m. and Sunday School follows to turn out. :

... ad: Secretary wants position, no ASC NomineesAre The hostesses were members of the the songs of Stephen Foster. at 10:30 a.m. No evening I .
t. bad habits, willing to learn At Weal)?!: Service Guild of the Craw Immediately following: this, an service on the second and fourth Truck Rates'r '"* Janet Russ ToWed '

'.- last count there are over ten who AnnouncedThe fordville Methodist Church. The amateur talent contest will begin Sundays. <

: will take the rural mail carriers clubhouse was decorated with ar featuring talented people from all Show Increase Aug. 2S' ,
slate of nominees for -
thisyear's
t exam Tax Collector Jimmy rangements of yellow and white over the Copoerative's area. Miss Janet Russ annouflee I pIraM I
ASC committee election was Talent contest winners will receive TALLAHASSEE (FNS) The
for
Gwin says that you-all come and gladiolus and other summer flow Trooper Bill's her wedding to Murray Me-
announced today by J. C. Kyle, :Jr., $100.00 for first place, $50.00 Railroad and Public Utilities Com
get your boat licenses, they wenton era. The refreshment table was ar Laughlin! whkh will take place
sale last week This weeks Chairman of the Agricultural ranged in a color motif of orchid, for second and $25.00 for third. mission has authorized Florida Sunday, August 28th, at 4 pjn. in
orchid goes Mrs. Mary Duggar Stabilization and Conservation green and white. They will be selected by:applause' HighwayPhilosophy ... trucking firms to hike intrastate the First Baptist Church of Craw-

Bevis, the new look at the Hardy Committee. Ten local farmers and Some forty-five friends and relatives meter readings of audience_::: ,re shipping charges by nine per cent. fordville. Miss RUM has chosen hr

Revel operated Gulf Station and ranches have been nominated and of the bride attended. Refreshments action. &%:- The trucking, companies. inclu ling sister Ginger, as her Mald-of-

the removal of the old store building ,their names will appear on the of nuts, mints, confection Dave Drew. WCNH Radio Station most of Florida's big shippers, Honor. Her other sitter, Cindy,
f ballots which will be mailed to all .
has added much to the appearance and punch was served. Manager' will emcee the talent had asked for a 15 per cent hikein will be Junior Bridesmaid. Bridesmaids
of C'ville's main street I eligible fanners and ranches,in the Mrs Gibson received many beau show. Putting it off makes a soft rates, but the commission pointed will be Betty Sue Mel hHn .
I' ,\ Capitol chaff: Front ru'nner at theI I county by August 20. ASC voters tiful and useful gifts, which were At 5:30, Jim & Jessee and the job seem like a hard one to out that higher charges are not sister of the groom-efeet_ au, and

:; moment is Haydon Burns, followed will then have until August 30 to opened and admired by the guests Virginia Boys will entertain with perform. the only solution to poor operating Pat Henry and Charlene Hannon,
I return their marked ballots the
to .
by Scott Kelly, Bud Dickinson,, Games were also played. music and comedy.At ""' ratios. The commission suggested cousins of the bride-elect. James
ASCS Don't vacation yourself too
county office. A self addressed
'r 7:30 winners of the talent
Fred Karl, there seems to be no: McLaughlin will
of
cutting
postage free envelope will death this year. Observe the the firms find new ways serve as best man
contest will be announced and for
concrete information regarding the his brother
be traffic laws of safety whereveryou costs. and ushers will be
provided with each ballot fuse Awards
will be awarded by John
. Program prizes Mike
of of
Tom
4 position Secretary State travel. Harvey and
includes
The nine cent increase Larry White
in mailing it to the per ,
county Russell Gadsden County Agricultural -
he could win the cousins
Adams, governor'schair of the
I office. J Continued Shell a six per cent emergency groom-elect, and I
if he chose to run is theI By Agent. Traffic accidents are causedby Walt Dixon and Franklin
The nominees announced "I increase which has been in effect Jone,
of that close todayare A The Cooperative's busines meeting mistakes. Do all can to Jr. The
opinion many are to $50,000 awards program you reception wlH be held
W. J. Crum, Jr., S. B. Forbes, will begin at 8:00 with be errorless driver. while the commission consideredthe in
pan
the pulse of state politiks honoring women's clubs for outstanding : an the church social hall. I
'Jr., E. L. Glover, Homer Harvey, Mr. Adrian C. Fletcher presiding.He request for the. 15 per cent
has it that No
Rumorating once governor work in aid to education : written invitations ,
candidate Doyle Carlton 'J. C. Kyle, Jr., John B. Miller, will 'report to the, members on People who refer to things as 1 boost. sent. Friends are being
may will be continued K the 1963.1964 and relatives
J. K. Moore, George H. Strickland, ; the activities of the Board of Di- dirt cheap have never tried of the
run against Agriculture Commis- fillis Strickland, Jr., and ClaytonP. season for its second year, according :rectors. In addition to this there ridding a home garden of pests. couple, are cordially invited.
Conner could be
sioner Doyle a Taff. to, the General Federation ofWomen's ; -
from the TreasurerM.
will.be reports
confusin the marked ballotor
bit on
the machines From the In making the announcement Clubs and Shell Oil Com- B. Bates, Jr., and the Manager
Mr. Kyle stressed that effort pang co-sponsors.
every Leon E. Weaver.
vine comes the info that
Worley same Brown Industrial Commission has been made to include currently Mrs. Dexter Otis Arnold, president After the election door prizes

chairman and long time active farmers and ranchers who of the GFWC, said that the will be given to lucky members 4- -

cabinet member Ed Larson will op- are best:qualified for ASC county clubs that won the 1963 awards-!selected by a drawing from the

post each other in the primary committee work and who are rep- and the many others that were 1 registration stubs. The first member -

Saws some packin goin on. in the resentative of the,various types of considered = enabled communities J selected will win a new Gen-

capitol wonder if they are getting agriculture in the county. The com- throughout the United States to I eral Electric Home Freezer or a

ready to move to Orlando when the mitteemen elected will take office improve schools, provide scholarships -:Frigidaire automatic 1'1 a a her. :

Republican Governor gets in October 1, and will serve for a one aid in training teachers, and I Other door prizes include an electric -

From readin the papers it looks year period ending September 30, support education in other ways. 1 mower, blanket, clocks, fry ,

like the price of milk has gone up 1964. They will be responsible for "The nation's future is in its;1 pans and many others. Prizes have

at least to the school children the administration of the various schools right now, she said "and 1 been furnished by the Cooperativeand

It has been reported that the chan- Federal farm programs dealing we are continuing these awards to1|: by appliance dealers and sup

ner markers are now in along the with farm commodity price sup- encourage all our member clubs to pliers. T.

Panacea channel Difficultyhas port production adjustment and continue their efforts in helping Immediately after the prizes are
slowed the St. Marks channel 'conservation assistance. education." awarded I the meeting will be ad- ,
Mr. Kyle urged all farmers and members !.
journed. Cooperative are
hear that have ;
dredging, we they Two awards $500 each are madE
runinto much rock Just ranches in the county to exercise in each state. One goes to the;1!urged to attend the activities of fi #
their privilege electing the men 1 the meeting. The general public I.ealso
Bloxham cutoff .
completed
dreamin, a club with the best education h
who program
I will represent them on the invited.
and the restoration of the old in of
ASC a community 10,000 01 C
/
county committee for the ;- -
_. fort, a rejuvinated Wakulla coming more; the other to the club with
year. Complete details on
gives tourist count in
Springs a the best
the election procedures be ob- program in a rural area
can
of million
County over a
Wakulla. Have noticed the storkflying tained; at the ASS county office. or community of less than 10000. Meatless menu planning: be-
... year Toe cash awards, provided by .comes less of a chore If you
low. over one' of the Hudson
.
Shell, are used by winning clubsto take advantage of the superb
HeightS** .sections also the. court- make their education dehydrated sauces at your su
,and around the school house, programseven'better. Schilling's tuna casserole -
::. wonder house who is infantidpating The, packers of Golden Grain permarket.sauce adds new zest to
popcorn remind us that unused Wining clubs ia Florida in
Raker added much to 1963* a seafood favorite and transforms -
Tommy portions ,of popcorn-should be were the Jacksonville and',_Frost fresh or frozen vegetables
service Sunday as he played stored
church m'a tightly sealed Jar -
sew piano with Mrs. Forbes: and refrigerated to prevent : proof Women's Clubs. ,i _, ;-aerole. Crawfordrffle Mighty Mites who play Unscheduled Baseball woo l-1oat 1 among tJaei..ebFi"oat
the By pulling to- moisture loss and to assure;' ,,- ;; row-left to right: Eddie Whaley. Steve Posey. Greg Keightley. Richard Whaley. Tim Smith; 2nd raw:
'
,aa tfce organ i:: ; ;:'" yjt Desmond Tucker. Larry Poaey Stan Tucker Cris Tucker, Mike
we can make a, bigger andWakulla Huffy full-kernel popping -; v...o < age ,., _. Stewart. Absent when picture WM
r I 0, taken was Hal Blanton.
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,,1- COUNTY- Ns: FOR SALE. V OPPORTUNITY OPEN INSIDE

Tluanda.Aqut'15,1963 FOR' SALE PEAK'S for ambitious man 25 to 62, to !
FOR SALE-Jenny Colt, l-yer- DRY CLEANING PLANT retail Watkins Routein INDUSTRY \
operate
" WAKULLA.COUNTY old, Gentle, Ideal Children's 'PetReasonable. Equipment and"Building. Living this community. Earnings from
quarters in rear. Modern 'equipment. '
Call WA 6-3301. the
$100.00 to $150.00 easy rom
NEWS Going business.Selling due R
to illness beginning. For interview in your

area write WatHnsN, 659 West ,
Telephone WAlnut 6.3301 Without the high-speed

.... ''. Peaehtree St., N.E., Atlanta. safety elevator the skyscrapw

could never have been Iwrttt
s f tn the Court of the County Judge Otisas
T Thus, Elisha Grave
WakuHa County Florida
RENEW YOURDIYER'S thtr
I Minutes of 1
In ret Estate of the foolproof lift's| invents'played
Virginia Keightley v" : Editor LICENSE 1.L Edward N. Warner Deceased. yri
-- "'" In Probate.To a vital role in push
DilfIllG YOUR All Creditor and Persona Having School BoardThe ing city skylines toward the
Claims or Demands AoaUwt Saw
BIRTH.hWWTNS Estate: Wakulla County School I clouds. In the New York of
You and each of you are hereby Meet- t.s 1853, the Otis sold his
notified and required to 'present any Board met in Special.Called year
F.ntered'at Crawfordville Florida claims and demands' which J'OU01' ing for the purpose;ol conductinga first two elevators, the 280-
.
either of have against theestate
as second class matter. Subscription at Edward N. Warner deceased. public hearing and adoption of foot spire of Trinity Churchwas
,' Dees Barber Shop: late of said County to the County3ad.ce the 1963-64 School Budget, August a towering landmark .
of Wakulla County. Florida, at
rate: $3.00 per year. *
2238 South Monroe his office in the court house of said 8,1963. Most office buildings of that
tycat Crawfordvffle. Florida, with time only three or four
.. were
called
'" in months from the timeof The Chairman, Mr. Cram
; BOYS_ HAIRCUTS.00I late Ont publication of this notice. the meeting to order ,with the stories high By 1908( Old
Two copies of each claim
demand
or
If You Need. .I I 6 days a week, Friday shall be in writing and than state the following members present: Mr. Trinity could no longer' be
.
I ::.Open place of residence and post office address IN, FLORIDA seen from New York Harbor
of the claimant, and shall besworn 3owdy, Mr. Paulk Mr. Posey and
t e Office Supplies Till 8p.m. to by the claimant, his agent", or Mr. and office workers were usipn-
l. attorney and accompanied by a filing Roddenberry: BEER IS A NATURAL cernedly riding elevator> to
e Business Machines barbers to fee of one doBar and such claim or demand Moved by Mr. Gowdy and seconded -
waster
e Office Furniture Four not so feed shall be void. jobs in buildings that res* to
, serve you. ., H.. As H.administrator Clardy of the Estate by Mr. Paulk that the Board As natural as the wholesome grains and tangy hops from the dizzy heights of 20, BOor

1 See or.&Call ...... of As executor of the Last Win employ Mr. Nathaniel B. Mayo which ttls brewed, beer I Is Florida's traditional beverage of even 40 stories Today,

: RANEY WHALE DEE COOk, Owner and Edward Testament N. Warner.of deceased and Mr. Cleveland Hobdy for the moderation.light,sparkling, delicious. 50 story buildings are commonplace -

t Aug. 13-S- .Sept. sWoodville Shadeville High for' 1963-64 School And naturally, Florida's Brewing Industry .is proud to be a and each day ifc
atCAPITAL Year. major purchaser of Florida products and raw materials. For New York City close to 50,6, $$

r :1 Voting for the motion was Mr. example,the Brewing Industry is responsible for millions of elevators carry au estimated

OFFICE 1'I I Pau.lk. Mr. Gowdy, Mr.: Posey, Mr. dollars paid annually to Florida farmers for pulpwood to be 20 million passengers a total

EQUIPMENT CO. loddenbery and Mr. Crum. made Into cardboard boxes and cartons. Millions more are, distance of more than 125,000

319 South Adams St. Lumber CO. Moved by Mr. Roddenberry and spent for other florida materials and services 'In Florida miles. It was as a mechanicin
beer belongs...enjoy it.
Corner E. Pensacola
.. seconded by Mr. Gowdy that the a bedstead factory in Be;*

T TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA Board employ Mrs. Annie M. gen N.J., in 1851 that Otis
tl\ ,UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. hit the device that was
James, Miss Patsy Johnson for upon
.. ,..
; (. k Lumber-Building Supplies the Buckhorn School for the 1963- \ I FLORIDA DIVISION to enshrine his name in fast
r -- 64 School Year. moving elevator cars in build

TV. Voting for the motion was Mr. *. -- ings throughout the nation
NOTICE OF and in most foreign countries
SERVICE 'aulkMr.;, Gowdy, Mr. Posey, Mr. APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
: "We Need And YourBusiness" ,
.. Appreciate A mechanical hoist was
: NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN, that
Call Roddenberry and'.Mr .Crum. J. H. Hudson the holder of the following,
certificates has filed said certificates for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. The I needed in the plant and Otis
WA 6-3612 Moved by Mr...-Posey and seconded certificate numbers and years of issuance the description of the property and
volunteered to tackle the
problem -
the names In which It
was assessed are as follows:
GEO. CREECHCRAWFORDVILLE by Mr. that
Gowdy profes-
After much experi-
"
sional leave,for Patricia Certificate Year ofIssuance
Drrs. Name in and
mentation he designed
be No. Description' of Property Which Assessed .
granted as requested. installed the. first elevator
york/ IS 1954 Lot 1 in Harkless Gavin Est l
Voting for the motion was / in Sec.. 1S, T 3 SRI. W. I I with an automatic safety device

BEADY MIX Quality and Price'Guatanteed, Gowdy, Mr. Posey, Mr. Paulk 5 acres Joe Taylor: Jr. to keep it from faUing-- -

Roddenberry and:Mr. Crum. 52 1954 As per deed recorded in'DB something all previous crudely .

The public hearing was conduct-} 32 WakuUa page County.83. Public Florida Records, ly designed elevators! did nut

N ed on the Budget; however, no one; ing in SE U' of Sec. 12. T 5 S. 6 have As revolutionary as ,

Ross Hannon, Owner came before the Board protesting Rsw Harold. F. Gearen his invention was, Otis did .- F
I 85 ;CJl954Lot 1. Block A South (Known not immediately recognize the -
the of the
adoption Budget as pre- Rock Landin,'- Town of
sented. Therefore Mr. Gowdy _,_ Panacea) A. L._ Mitchell possibilities and was prepare .

toll 222 0165MAPttS Florida Forest Serrice'Raiaf'all ;, moved and seconded by Mr. Posey 43 '' 1958 Lot 16 BLK N Aqua De Vlda Hudie W. Christian ing to join the California
hat the Budget for the 1963-64 gold rush when the bedstead
CQtfCRtlETAUAHASSEE Report iscal year be adopted. 471958 Lot 22 BLK N Aqua De Vida Thelma Radford plant received an unsolicited

5 1961 An undivided 1/11 interest in order for two elevators .
Voting for the motion was .Mr. all except 200 acres of lot 82
.The Florida Forest Service reports the H S. 14 6/11 acres' These proved" success, but
Gowdy, Mr. Pose)": Mr. Paulk, Mr.. Nat Sanders. Jr. 4 .
followimg rail fall recorded at WakullaCountj Roddenberry and Mr. Crum. 20 1961 As per DB 55 P-15 in Sec. 13. it was not until the safety s
,_ T 3 S. R 5 W. George W. Gibbs elevator was displayed at the
Towers for the week of August 7 Moved by Mr. Posey and seconded .
Exhibition in
Mr. An of 'said property being in the County of Wakulla. State of Florida. Crystal Palace
the 12th.CraNf.rdville by Gowdy that the Board
throes Unless such certificates or certificates shaD be redeemed according law the New York, in 1854, that orders -
THECHRISTlfln adjourn. .property described In such certificate or certificate will be sold to the highest
bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday In Month of September began pouring in aRi1
2.20 Voting for the 'motion was Mr. 1963. which fa the 2nd day of Sept" 1963 started sprouting
Dated this 7th day of August 1963. .. skyscrapers
sulk, Mr. Posey Mr. Gowdy, Mr '
Newport 1"40. .. like the proverbial weed --
,
Roddenberry and Mr Crum. Moody Pearce '
1.80 Clerk of Circuit Court of '
o -
Henry A. Crum Chairman
I Wakulla
County Florida.
4. C. L. Townsend; Superintendent.(7Nghbars I' Aug. 8-15-2249- ::

SCIEnCE[0 Fires simce Jaxttraxjr 1, 1963.. 2 \ \,,, :::-

>. Fires came period last year l' ,, o1a 5 Ilr

; '. Acres bunwd this year 241.9 .- L -u.. ',j :,. 4
mOniTOR'Accurate Acres bunted last that there will be at least one
same period yeu5.4 CarAc id nfRale 9j
__ --LU injury, and 1 in" 1,300, for. a Chi 8(611

RuledbyDistance fatality. The same Lord is Lord of
One who travels 8,000
-- '-- cS9\ What are a driver's chancesof miles a stands 1 chance all, and is rich unto all that
year
:i iF : -: BOBBY RUSS .. c. ,rnxi r.M having an accident in his in 5 for any accident, 1 call upon him. .
.
Rom. 10:12)
lifetime? It depends partlyon -(
... ; : chance in 6 for a property
.,.... ''ire 't' the distance he drives what constitutesour
Complete Service No matter
?, Complete Insurance ,. s damage accident, 1 in 55 for
according to the National idea of prosperity, we
.
: an injury accident, and. 1 in'
,Safety Councif.A will always have plenty if we
News. ',.. 2,000 for a fatal one.
person who drives 12,000 will look to the one source foroursupply.Godisthatsour
-
: .- to 40%'11Nscount on Auto Rates .: A driver who goes 4,000
(
Coverage- Jp : miles a: year has 1 chance in miles a year has 1 chance in .
3 of having some kind of an accident 1 in 11 He supplies us with ideas,and
10 for any ,
accident. There is 1 chancein damage with the energy and enthusiasm
that it will be property -
l" ; ; ; 4 that damagewill be to put our ideas'"ffltoaction.
injuries
t'A 1 in 110 for -

t. Printed in i ..- .'. .Finance Plan for the Working Man"I' : 1 limited! to property, 1 in 35 and,_1 In 4,000 for a fatality. ,f 4''-;'' i.

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: Schools Too' Late, -;: : : ,..'.' : : 'WAKULLA> couHTXJ8 t 3Thursday j

To Classify ; ( : 15 1W*
'26th = SPECIALTHURSDAY, FRIDAY I :- < : ;Aajput; ,
Open Aug. By RUSSELL KAY .

Agriculture is big basis'in = : : *and. SATURDAY -,

,
, School bells will ring in the i Florida.., In fact it k the state's. 'f'

1963-1964.school year.for. Wakulla biggest business. To readily n- Fresh Grade FRYERS t Ib. 29c J' .,.,.,,'" or' _
'
"
I tit)' it,'economists have coined'the "' ""
County public, school pupils on .
'
August 26th. This will, be pupil 'word "Agribusiness" -;' : ,

registration day and the first day Agribusiness embraces all activities ROUND 'STEAK. 79c : : 't : : :
that .
have to do in "
formor
'
of the new school year for pupils. one j

Superintendent of Schools,- C,- L another and ,with .agricultural" operation RIB STEAK .! . ". 79c : .. : 'I

Townsend, announced that ,School production, all productsof ,; r.F .
will begin' running their I the ,soil, livestock, poultry, .
Buses
*
Chick.n v *
of Sea 29c :
TUNA
regular routes,at regular times onI canning I and processing ; 5*

date. r Coordinating this gigantic: industry > '

this Pupils will attend school for the under Commissioner of Agri Pure LA-RD ,. 1 gal. / j -% 79c ; r ; ,

. culture Doyle Conner are 33 organizations ..; ., .
August'26th. -
entire week of then ;: 1., -
their first school holiday ,that make up the Flor- Blue Plate -"
enjoy on. Mayonnaise 1 pf. 27c
ida co
Agricultural ,
Council. ,
: : Are -
Sept. 2nd which is Labor Day. To ': you asking 4-for .
r acquaint Floridians and the .
Wakulla County teachers have _
i been busy with their annual preplanning nation with authentic facts concerning BANANAS" ,. 2 Ibs 19c.SHOP ,
, x. '
the -
and preparation period remendous importanceof : ---- -

since August 14th. They plan to agribusiness in Florida, Com- HERE FOR YOUR .
missioner Conner
at the urgingof
23rd
finish ,this task by August "
and be ready to greet their pupils the Council, has compiled an .SCHOOL .

August 26th. impressive booklet entitled "Flor .. SUPPLIESSPECIAL .' L
ida Agribusiness" that : -
reveals '
The complete Wakulla County
facts and authentic information .
: to !
School Calendar for the 1963- 964 ,
I substantiate the claim that
agri-
school year: is as ,follows:., '
AUGUST business is Florida's biggest busi 300 Sheets Note Book Paper 59c r

14 First work-day for teachersand ness.While .j"".""'Yv
I am not very keen on -

other,ten-months personneL begins statistics, some of those in the SHOP and SAVE AT .. ,... .
conference
Pre-school ,
-
.
booklet impressive. For ., .
are ex- f "
for teachers.
ample: Florida's. investment in PIGOTT'S STOREC ( ::' .
of White '
16 County-wide meeting: -- ",: '
farm land and 0{,
buildings 'total $4.2
.
Teachers Crawf ordville, 9 a.m.
'. :" '>
billion and represents invest- MEDART *! "1.
an
20 County-wide meeting of Negro i.. -... <'
Teachers, Shadeville, 9 a.m. ment of $42,000 per agricultural We give TOP VALUE 'Stamps"t '_ When you spend .: :'
..
worker which
is twice the national '
22 District Florida Education As- .
average.It everything you make, ,:: '.
sociation meeting in Tallahassee. .
is interesting J.o know that -.: T'y u re'looking for : .=4*

District Florida Teachers As- Florida packs 95 per cent of the r : :".:;
23 ,
trouble. Life dish out i
world's orange concentrate and 80 can
Tallahas
sociation meeting in .
I per cent of the world's total pro- ... ,
see. FLORIDA TATE : painful and costly'surprises.. Lack of cash > -;
'
I cessed citrus products. .
26 Pupil Registration. -'
When it comes to poultry and can be an extra slap in an emergency. '
1st day of pupil attendance.

lit day for school buses to livestock we don't have! to hangour t Last DayREPTIUCUS- 'i" > -. .Money in the bank is a comfort. It feels like a i'",. t : :;:
heads either. We 'produced & ,.r !
run regular routes. J
forty-three million one hundred BATTLE BEYOND .. the back when accident sickness "
SEPTEMBER :.;t....., pat. on or strikes.1"Start ;..//.1; ""_-- ,
thousand dollars worth of poultry THE SUN ? 1
2 Labor Day (School Holiday) products in 1961 and we rank thirdin / Friday and Saturday : to cushion! your future by openingyour ,
.. "- .. .
23 20th day of pupil attendance.End NOW SHOWING James Stewart ,... .
the nation in beef production in
savings account with :
of tat attendance; month. us now -JLEW
"Day
Doris '
the Southeast. & :
-Doris &
Day, .
OCTOBER .:" ._
THE MAtf WHO
Florida agribusiness provides .
j-
7 30th day of pupil attendance employment for many thousandsof James Gamer ia... KNEW TO MUCH ;' ;;'" -: .. <4 ,
End of first six-weeks.
John Forsythe
11 Evaluation Day. (Pupil Holi- workers in field factory and THE THRILL OF THE TROUBLE ., ..',;J.?" F
processing. A good percentage of
day). this labor is Negro and indicatesthat IT ALL WITH HARRYCAWTOL
22 40th day of pupil attendance.
Florida is among the leadersin
End of 2nd attendance month.
NOVEMBER giving employment to colored PERRY HHHlWAY DRIVE-IN

attendance folks. While top jobs may be held ..OUTDOOR ,ON WOOiVliLE HWY.Fhursday .
60th of pupil
19 day
by whites it is only because they -
End of 3rd attendance month: "
are better qualified for their work.
i End of 2nd six-weeks. Thursday thru SaturdayA

t 26 Thanksgiving Holidays begin Florida agribusiness employs giant HorrorProgram thru Saturday .

at close of regular school day. many workers from off-shore areas James Mitehnm &

\\1 DECEMBER simply because we do not have: a Showing at 8:15 Alan Ladd ba IS STATE_ BAN 1 K
sufficient number of -
local laborers "
"
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"
Hit No. 2 at 9:55
after Thanks- GUNS OF
2 Classes resume YOUNG
willing to accept. this type of em- Hit No. 3 t,11:20 Member F.D.LC
giving: Holidays. ployment. TEXASPins .
( KING KONG vs. -
20 80th day of pupil attendance. !
Reforestation plays a big part GODZELIA CoFeatureEndurance

i I End.ol 4th attendance,+monthChrtjtmas at. in Florida's economy. More and GORGO L Watalle\fplwld.' ; .. '"" .... .,-... -- .. ;a ... -..... 'I : I IF .. .
Holidays begin "' C1' ,
; more farmers are planting-.tre THE GIANTBEHEMOTH :.. Pi :,
i''f'
411:09''p.m. ': '
--
farms. Industry is supporting a ,11
JANUARY ,
reforestation program, all of whichis
: 6, Classes resume after Christ-
necessary to protect our e-

mas Holidays. pandmg forest products Industry.Our -- .. .. '
179 t.hday of pupil attendance!
greatest problem is forest -
End of 3rd six-weeks. ) .
fires that annually destroy mil- .
End of Race
1st Semester.
lions of dollars worth of valuable '
24 Evaluation Day (Pupil. Holi- timber that could contribute to thestate's Sat. March 21 '

day). ,
economy, and the legisla- ," -
FEBRUARY SEBRING, Florida Aug.8-Alec
ture could well give more consider- ,-
3 100th day of pupil attendance. ation to this problem and provide Ulman race director and organizerof .

End of 5th attendance month the internationally famous Se-
greater protection with higher
t MARCH bring 12-Hour Endurance J
Race
penalties and more policing in this .
I), 2 120th day of pupil attendance field. running here each Spring, an- : FPM "
.
End of 6th attendance month. nounced from Paris today, that "
and
Nursery landscaping activities -
End of 4th six-weeks. have taken Saturday, March 21, 1964 would be -
a big in
r jump re- .4II
I 6 Evaluation day (Pupil Holiday -] cent years with about' 52,000 new I the official date for the thrill. -

). homes being landscaped and planted packed annual auto racing classic.A .
26' Spring Holidays begin at close! each naw starting time has also been
year.
of regular school day. .I suggest that you write Doyle set for 12 noon with a finish at : K -

27 Good Friday. Conner or the Florida.State Chamber midnight Saturday, and a supporting -

29 Easter. of Commerce for 'a of program of qualifying l and --:
copy
31 Classes resume after Spring. ] "Florida Agribusiness"*. You will practice events starting with Monday's -

Holidays. ,' "' find it most interesting, and learn registration, March 16, 1964.

APRIL what agriculture Retirements, crashes sad new
really means to J
2. 140th day of school attendance you _and to Florida. It benefitsall drying stars on the road racing

_End of 7th attendance month. of us whether we are -engagedin circuits of the world during the

16 150th day of pupil attendant agricultural pursuits or not. 1963 season:will change next year's 4

month. roster of drivers, the aces of the

End of 5th six-weeks. past giving, way to the newer and

17 Evaluation day' (Pupil Holiday FHP Urges Care younger stars. Sebring'.s fast, toll .

,
). taking five-point-two-mile circuit "

23' Florida Education AssociationState In Planning For will be the initial test of the 1964 .. GOOD FEEDING

Convention begins. Vacation Trip road racing season. IS ,

Florida State Teachers Association Sebring is still the only road "7 Built Around -

Convention begins. TALLAHASSEE -The Florida race in the United States awarding :

MAY Highway. Patrol says that there points toward the coveted Challenge FRMFEEDS -

1 160th day of pupil attendance. i is a lot of vacation time left in Mondial Speed and Endurance r.; -

End of 8th attendance month. 1963 and suggested ten life- Trophy for Manufacturers.This .. .
saving tips for those :who :
24 Baccalaureate Sermons. (Op- year (1963) the Challengewas I MANUFACTURED BY
haven't already been on a trip. ..
tional). Install seatbelts and use them. | won by Ferrari at Targa Flo- FLINT RIVER .

27 Shadeville High School: Gradu- Check such important itemsas rio, Sicily; Nurburgring, Germanyand MILLS, INC.

ation. tires brakes steering, LeMans, France with Porsche
High School front and back lights turn second 2105 s. M*.... '
28 Crawfordville and Jaguar third. ..... 22J0274WakQIIa
windshield wipers
Graduation. signals The possibility of additional
windshield washers and defrosters -
Sopchoppy High School Grad- American automotive companies
29 horn and exhaust
uation.180th systems. entering ,the road .racing program ...
day,of pupil attendance. Plan your trip by carefully on an official 'status, has been ;

End of 9th attendance month. mapping put wbere you want to greatly enhanced by the single ,

End of 6th six weeks- jgo. Check for the best highwaysand handed efforts of the Racing Divi-

End of 1963-1964. school year then follow those highways. sion of the Ford Motor Company.A .
Travel in daylight hours.
for pupils. Traffic dangers double when the deluge of hard-earned checkered :

sun goes down. lags on the road-racing circuits,
J1TNEPostschool conference begins Mate reservations ahead for v L1sand international rallies
"
for teachers. overnight stops. That prevents throughout the. world have brought

Post-school calf erence ends. speeding to reach a hotel motelor added glory to the Ford name.establishing' ,
10 campsite before the No
Last work-day for teachers Vacancy signs appear. once again, that development -

and other ten-months person Clean the inside of your auto- of the motor car for

nel. mobile and keep it clean
whole trip. A bottle rolling under highway is best proven in thetests .
-.: '., ;: the brake or accelerator pedal of' such grueling circuits asthe .
has been known to cause an
Pity the poor fellow who looks accident. famous Sebring 12-Hour Endurance :

pastures until he is Race held here each w
greener .
for Load your car carefully. Keep .. '", ,. -
climb the fence when ,- -
.too old to rear window ledges and dash- Spring. ", ,

'he finds one. boards clean of objects which ", ...
'"\ .
"
might obstruct your view.-or It's pretty hard :,. '
automobile- Up top ,1 i.
Is your slide around. .
.
.
Have it To stay, alive; '
:
condition? : .
travel Change drivers at least once "- i ;.t.P'iI
intervals for Unless'you know'Itie'isy .. .:-. : j'--;
at regular -
,decked every 100 miles. If there, is,but ,: to drive' v- *

safer ....1 c. '- ':: one driver* a rest stop every.two .,' ._:r. .'--... .'
; '-' ...
hours advisable.
is .
.; Safety suggestion of the week fi- -- .
t she ..
check laws
YCMI also might Obey traffic : in every ..' .' '", .
.... from Col. H. N. Kirtean: '" :
.,..., :tohiad tbe .wJwel. when state 'in which you travel.Accidents .. ,
Traffic accidents caused by .
1M faults that si.ar cause seldom happen when are .
1 .., traffic mistakes and mistakes are made ,.. ,
'acclck! laws are obeyed. -
by people. Watch how you drive. I". -''" ," .


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; children of the late Fred NEWS I
: ... I' PERSONALS
N and Nancy Tucker met at Otte]
v Lake Sunday August 11th for a By LOUISE C SAPP Mr. and Mr*. Sam Collie asJ I'
J
Mrs. Chess!. Morris has
Family Reunion. Present returned thk
were: children are visiting relatives
Rr. Theodore Tucker and wife ofFo1bton. home from the Tallahassee .week in Arlington, Virginia.
Georgia, Rev. and Mrs. Memorial Hospital and is improvIng West
Miss Laura Libert from
: LEON! FEDERAL-,
in her illness. .
Milton
Tucker of
Palatka Florida,
I Richfield Ohio, has been visttte'
How
REALTORSBUILDERS COOL Rer. and Mrs. Cicero Tucker of Walter Lee Roberts, son of,j her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs-
Panacea, Mrs.and Mrs. Jack Tucker Mayor and Mrs. Johnnie Roberts}
R. C. Libert.
WIIJ- of Panacea Mr. and Mrs. Joe has received aU the credits
\ LOANS AVAILABLE YOU BE required -! Mrs Richard Gowdy and sea, returned -.
Tucker of Luguna Beach, Florida, in the twelfth grade. Hej home last Thursday irss a.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crum of Pan has attended summer school
at)
I WHEN ; Miami.
YOU Her mother, Mrs.
area, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Reynoldsof Lively Technical School and win I he1heasaE
\ f Panacea Mr. and Mrs. Hancock accompanied
Wood-
receive his high school
diploma
GET HOME. Q row Whetstone of Panacea, Mrs. with the 1963-64 graduating class;Mrs. Hancock returjied to Mtaaai
;
i\ \ and ceafiiercial RealEstatewH&ia IIJ J1! Grace Hall and Mrs. Bessie Revellof the Sopchoppy High School.I I'oat n Friday
Panacea. Eighty-six grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carlan of i
Mrs. Brinson
190 cages of TahhasseeWKttNTWKtt ren great-grand children were Raker and children -Atlanta were recent visitors ofMr. '
0 have returned to their homein
present and Mrs. Henry Smith, Mrs.
Tallahassee after spending several Carlan"s' parents.Mr. .

.7 LOANS days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keightley

:;,- : f; eI : SERVICE and Mrs. Quinton Burns. and Gregory visited the Rev. and
HOME
; C8NSTWCTMN LOANS Mrs. DeIma.Roberts and daughter -
FRTNC Mrs. Luther Stokes in Monticette
,H -' USS SHANGRI-LA ( June have returned home after
chief avia- Sunday afternoon. Mrs. KeighUe
, Warren H. Whilliam,
Mxn.urxr V; spending few days in Glen
a
WPLEX St.
; tion storekeeper, USN, son of Mrs. called on Mrs. Ethel Trull, who.tea
Mary. Mrs. Roberts was chosen
RESBGKE LOANS !Gladys Williams of Route Craw- as patient at the Isle of Rest Nursing
a delegate for the Congregational'
fordville, Fla., recently returned Church at the annual Associationheld l Home.
f' ; BUYERS H HOME HttPR6VEMENT LOANS from a six-week midshipman training there Mrs. Billy Bowel land children
every year. Benita
Bill and
cruise aboard the attack air- Greene was also chosen Holly, visited in Craw .
as a dele
.' :-0' .' COMMERCIAL LOANS craft carried tlSS Shangri-La in gate. fordville last Thursda land Friday.
Accompanying them
the North Atlantic off Newfound- Mrs. Greene's husband Rev. Buddy were Bill spent Thursday night with

land and' down the St. Lawrence Greene, and the pastor of the Gregory Keightley.

Seaway to Quebec, "Canada. church, Rev. Carious Allen.. Miss Selena Smith returned

.- : \ PHONE: 2243161Ask i\\ for Designed their future to prepare roles as midshipmen Navy officers ner Mrs.guest Tom of McPhaul Mrs. Florida was the Roberta din home after last spending Thursday some from time Atlanta with,

cruise provides practical her aunt, Mrs. Fred Carlan.
; the
forGl.nn, McClellan or Walter DeMilly Sunday, August 11.
and experience in shipboard Mr. and Mrs. George Gibbs and
training Mr.and Mrs. Richard Kurth and
children left Saturday their
At least the fish is going in operations at sea. daughter, Francille have returnedto on
vacation.
They will visit Mr. Gibb'sparents
the refrigerator. How about The Shangri-La is an Atlantic their home in Hollywood, Flor-
LEON61 you? Imagine opening the Fleet unit operating out of May- ida, after spending several weeks in Bryant, Texas and also'
go to Dude Ranch in Colorado.
.. door and walking.into cool port, Fla. with Mrs. K rrth's mother, Mrs.
air conditioned comfort. It Tom McPhaul. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Morrisonand
JP-l costs less than think. children, Mrs. Carlton Tucker
: SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF TALLAHASSEE you
::: Mr: and Mrs. Dan Strickland of
than alcoholics have
More 6,200 and children and
Phone today. See how you Mrs. Sally White
onxnavrurxAr emu SHOfflWS DOWNTOWN: HI Some Monrd PAIKWAY SHOPPING CENTEI Parkway end HagnoliiI can be living better with been treated by the Florida Alcoholic Cape Canaveral visited their par- spent last weekend in Panama
electric air conditioning for Rehabilitation Program since ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Strick-

the rest of the summer. the agency came. into existence i in land and Mr. and Mrs. Maseo City.Mr.. and Mrs. C. L. Rehwinkel

1955. week-end.Langston of Smith. Creek.over the left Sunday to attend. Camp Meeting .

in Indian Springs, Georgia.
While 1964 Florida auto license Mr. and Mrs. Richard Durant
e They returned Tuesday.
tags will not be on. sale until January and daughters, Linda and Jo Ann,
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hudson and
I shipments to the counties are have returned from
a trip to Silvers
children spent a few days last
NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF now being made. The 1964 tag ian Springs, Florida. week in Jay Florida. They visited
orange color lettered in darkblue. Mrs. Agnes Joiner has been ad-
with Mr. Hudson's father and at
mitted to the Tallahassee
\ Memorial tended the wedding of Miss Hilda

ELECTRIC OFFER 6000 Hospital recently.We Diamond, cousin of Mr. Bert Hud
TALQUIN Instant Tampa will be the home port for
JUNE I are happy to have Mrs.
Luc' i ComlortElectncally three cruises of the S. 3-' Yar Florence son.Mr.
Payne as our school
.
Stanley Godbold from Hem-
mouth this fall,two to Jamaica and
librarian. She is residing in the
bert S.C. visited with
one to the Yucatan Peninsula of Tommy
Mexico. ,Altman apartment. Raker last week. Mr. Godboldis
COOPERATIVE INC. Dona and Smitty Mash, childrenof a graduate of Duke University. '

-n. / Florida's pulpwood harvest rof Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Mash, Mrs. Mamie Snively and daughters

kFLORIDA 1962 totaled 2,464,500 cords. This Thomasville' Georgia, are spending Nan and Donna, and Mrs.
:J;: this week
with
their cousins,
POWER was a nine per cent increase over Johnny Bunker of Jacksonville
YourANNUAL I CORPORATION the previous year and was aheadof Delbert. Crandall, and Dianne Rob- visited their sister, Mrs. Inca

-----.",.-- the six per cent gain shown by erts.J. Raker last week.
the southern states whole. L. Roberts is visiting his
as a Emmett (Bucky) Ferrell is visiting -
cousin, Joe Hodge, in Tallahassee
'p his aunt and uncle Dr. and
this
-' week.
MEETING Mrs. Durham Young in Leesburg,'
Funeral and graveside services Florida for two weeks. ,
Tallakassee were conducted
Monday at West Jack Pearce and his friend Wil

Sopchoppy cemetery for1 Argus M. liam McCoy from Charleston, S.C.
'
BE HELD / rj \ / Stalnaker, Jr.-53, with the Rev.
WILL
.
: I Ted Rodda Air Force Base, spent the weekend
Flowers & Candy Inc. and Sam Odom offi
< with Jack's parents, Mr. and
ciating. He is survived by his
mother,Mrs. Drue Mrs. Moody Pearce.
Stalnaker three
;
.' Saturday August 17r COMPLETE" FLORIST SERVICE sisters, Miss Mary Stalnaker, Mrs. Mrs. Inez Raker is a patient in
: : Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
Ernest
: ,- ,, Roddenberry, and Mrs. L.
1 M. Mathers all of Sopchoppy, and Eating a bird-sized breakfast
\.. ,0.C'. several nieces and nephews. or skipping the meal is
...
Formerly Tillman's105EAST ... Miss June Roberts is visiting fn a poor way to control your
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? ; AT THELIVESTOCK Tallahassee this week. weight. It'sa good idea to geta
fourth to a third of your daily
' STREET
JEFFERSON
.; _.. calories. at breakfast. *
Motoring on the modern, con-
trolled-access roads of the Inter- Speaking of breakfast here's
: PAVILION something different for that
state System produces about'half meal: scrambled eggs with to-
JtV: as much tension as on a regular matoes. To serve six. beat together -
( r .' highway, and only about one thirdas six eggs and a cupful of
,. PHONE TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA ,
224-5023 much as on a city street, says canned tomatoes. Season and
Florida :
Quincy, f or WA 6-3301 CRAWFORIWILLE, the Peninsula Motor Club (AAA).. cook in a little fat over low
6 heat until as firm as you Mke.
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REGISTER HAVE THEIR REGISTRATION SLIP. .
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