Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: September 5, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 65-NUMBER =.' CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA | Tharsd.y.SePtemb.,51963 [ 1 C-Prlc: lOe Per Copy 'T-

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4.I"f. Tucker-Russ Show Final arrangements for the dedication progra mof the

new Wakulla County Livestock Pavillion building and the
Concern About Annual Family Night and Fish Fry have been made.
The joint sponsorship of the Wakulla-Cpunty Chamberof

Russian Trawlers Commerce and the \Vakulla County Jaycees will provide.

Senator Luther Tucker and Rep. plenty of Mullet and Hushpuppies for the affair. ,

1l11 1'ei' Bobby Russ this week sent wiresto The flag raising by the Jake Order Due On
Committee : Pigott Post American Legion will
the House Armed Service -
Off the Cuffby
Note and Representative Don start the 3:30 p.m. program, Saturday Pine Seedlings
'Keith Lee' Fuqua, Bob Sikes in reference to September 7th.
The summers last holiday week- the Armed Service Committee' report Chamber President O. E. Hend- Landowners needing seedlings
end is now behind and a new record of August 30th. rickson will give the welcoming from Florida Forest Service nur-
has been posted for highway traf- The Local Legislative delegation a+r e address.L. series should place their orders

fic fatalities, we hope that Wakulla requested greater servailance par- D. Taylor, county agent will now.Seedling I
stock not be avail-
was spared from the loss of ticularly along Florida's Gulf: ,P. tell the history and plans for the may 4 i
able to fill delayed orders
as was
loved ones. Don't forget this Coast Il/i use of the building.Representative .
the last when some :
Saturday is the big fish fry and Senator Tucker's wire read: Bobby Russ will year '
pine species were completely sold
dedication for the new Pavillionin "House' Armed Service Committee,: Jill"Lilili briefly tell of the progress madein out early in the season. ;

Crawfordville come out and Washington, D.C. Your report j T .e Wakulla County over the past Advance orders get priority at-

hear the bands from both Sop- Aug. 30th relative Russion Fishing) r .._ years. tention at the nursery when lifting
choppy and Crawfordville schools Trawlers off Gulf and East Coast' Platform guests will include of the seedling crop for ship.

entertain. The starting timeis Florida, highly endorse your views. many fron State, Leon County, ment begins, according to R A.
3:30 p.m. and we hear that it Suggest further steps of using Tallahassee and local officials. Bonninghausen, Florida Forest
will be a good sounding board for Coast Guard'Reserve and Auxiliaryfor Music both before and after the Service Chief of Forest Management -
those who have polotical desires patrol to' keep informed of j 4 dedication will be furnished by the

for county offices. The Cham- movements of trawlers and an alert'j t bands of Sopchoppy and Crawford. In Florida setdling trees may

ber of Commerce and the Jayceesare for any attempted landings or com-,', .1 yule high schools. be successfully planted during the 4
playing on the now famous munications with enemy agents inj: '. t; Senator Luther Tucker, will introduce latter half of November and on

Wakulla County fried mullet and Florida. Signed Luther C. Tucker,.| re- '.j .'. ..:. 1t the principal speaker, Hon. through the winter months. '

hushpuppies. For the youngat Senator 5th District, Crawfordville,j _:. j Doyle Conner Commissioner of Sand pine seedlings-much in
heart the .Jaycees plan a big Florida. Agriculture. demand in some sections of north!
dance following the festivities at Representative Bobby Russ's The new Wakulla County Livestock Pavilion Building located in Crawfordville will be dedicated Saturday Following the dedication cere- central, south central, and west!
dedication, the affair will be held stated "House Armed afternoon starting at 3:30 p.m. Hon. Doyle Conner Commissioner of Agriculture will be the principal I monies the Fish Frv will be served Florida-will be available this!
( telegram :
at the Womans Club which is now I Service Committee Washington,I I[speaker. starting at 5 p.m. this event over year. Planting of slash pine,

air-conditioned music by the D.C.. Your report Aug. 30th ref-' MRS. CECILVRIGHT Livestock Pavillion the years has drawn hundreds of however, exceeds that of all other

Larry White Combo, come limbo, erence Russian fishing trawlersoff HEADS BAND BOOSTERSThe people to Crawfordville with many varieties combined.The I
twist or listen. A successful East Coast and Gulf, am in Crawfordville School Band Commended coming from Leon County. sand pine thrives on leas:I !
reception was held last Thursday :complete agreement with your re- Boosters Club met last Friday The Wakulla Board of County The Junior Chamber of Com- moisture than slash and it shouldbe

night for the teachers in the coun- port suggest use of Coast Guard night and elected officers for the i Commissioners, Wakulla County merce will sponsor a dance at the planted in deep sandy soils. Un-

ty at the Womans Club, with coffee Reserves and Auxiliary as patrolto r coming year.President Development Authority and the Woman's Club starting at 9 p.m. like the slash pine, the sand.pine
and cake enjoyed by the large keep informed activities of Russian Mrs. Cecil Wright; 'local legislative delegation are to which will wind-up the afternoonand does not yeild turpentine commer-
turn-out. We recommend the trawlers attempted land- ,Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. be commended for their efforts in evening of festivities. Music cially. Sand pine and slash pine

Paradise Plantation Hotel in Crys- ings for communications or with i Richard- Bonyata; Finance_.. Chair- bringing .a Reality the new .Livestock for the dance, 'will be furnishedby are usually planted for commercial -

tal River for anyone who wishesto 'agents here. Understand Florida man, Bernard Wilson. Pavillion located in Hudson Larry White Combo. pulpwood harvesting. The .- -
enjoy a relaxing weekend, fish- has large Reserve and Auxiliary Serving on Mr. Wilson's .committee Heights, Crawfordville. The September 7th program will sand pine is also prized as "knot

ing, golfing, swimming, and just, units available to prevent are: Mrs. Thomas Head, Commissioners Carter, Strick- be a highlight in the year's activities ty pine" saw timbers especially for
restin', superb food and comfort detrimental activities by these Red Mrs. Eugene .Raker, and Fred land Roberts Smith, and Chair- of both the senior and junior use The in paneling.Florida Forest Service'I'

able surroundings. Crawford units. Rep. Bobby Russ, Craw- Keightley. man Turner have done everything Chambers. farm foresters serving their areas
yule Band Boosters club meetinglast fordville, Florida. Ways and means of raising possible to make the grounds Citizens throughout the countyare will, on request assist landownersin
Friday night needed more Both Senator Tucker and Rep. money was discussed at the meet around the new building some- urged to attend both the dedi- deciding at a particular site

t boosters, hope as time goes on the Russ said that the sparsely settled ing. thing for the county to be proudof. cation and the fish fry which fol- which type of tree may best be

number of band students will increase coast line along the Big Bend area Band parents will sell cake and Jows. planted for commercial return.
and the boosters grow. could harbor activities that would drinks at the Livestock Pavillion Approaches to the site are in Seedlings are sold at production

A change at the Ochlocknee be of great danger to our national starting at 2:30, Sept. 7. Everyone good shape and street lightinghas No Calls-No cost f.o.b., Florida Forest Service
Restaurant know has Cecil Dur security. Dr. J.Orson Smith, Jr., is asked to donate_. cakes or been installed. Runs nursery.
ance and Kathleen Childs as oper- money for armies. 11 you wouldlike The Wakulla County Develop- For 8th Division Species available this year include -
ators, this info from Mrs. Childs i Cancer Program to make a donation and have ment Authority which was estab- : pine-north Florida slash,
who asks all her friends and]Dove Hunting to not been contacted please>eel free lished by Senator Tucker and Rep- Capt. W. S. Schley, Division south Florida slash, sand, loblolly,
neighbors to come by for a visit. Monday NightPresident to call any band pare pt( resentative Russ provided the Commander U.S. Coast Guard and longleaf-at $4.00 per thousand .

Mountain jargon, "September is|Start Oct. 5th Essie Cogdill of the We have over t nty membersin necessary funds for matchingstate Auxilary 8th Division Reportedthat ; juniper, red cedar, Arizona

done here for a fact. Iffin I can Tallahassee Florida hunters Wakufla Unit American Cancer our band and zJeed your support, aid to build the $20,000.00 for the first time in 16 yearsno cypress, bald cypress, catalpa, ;
tell dem moon signs rite hits gon-will have a three-phase season for Society announced that there wouldbe to help it grow, we feel they add; facilities. calls, and no runs were made euclapytus, cottonwood, t u pel o :

na git cooler for its gits hotter.migratory dove hunting duringthe a meeting of the group Mon- a lot to our school and community.Hear The building is complete with during the Labor Day Weekend. gum and Australian pine at various

I hain't sayin thars gonna bef 1963-64 season, according to day, September 9th at the Florida both Wakulla County bands 1 rest rooms and location for a snack Capt. Schley said that the .number rates according to species.
snow but I shore look fer a buch A. D. Aldrich, director, Game and Power Lounge, starting at 8 p.m. play S&pt. 7, Livestock Pavilion bar which will make events held of boaters in the Bib Bend Seedling application forms may :
oh chilly mawin for 4th of July.Fresh Water Fish Commission.The Mrs. Cogdill said that the speaker at 3:30. by the Youth Fair group satis- area were as many as before but be obtained from any farm forester :
Iffen dem signs is rite watch for first phase will be open for for the meeting would be Dr. J. Band Director Collins told of factory. There is a 3-inch wellon he felt that the emphasis of boating county rangar, Florida For- :

(I'some gully washers and winds dove hunters October 5 through Orson Smith, Jr., of T.M.H., an his plans for the year and advised the property which will provide safety played a big part in est Service office county agricultural
.ithat'll blow yer hair off" .' .j November 3, with Hardee, De- internist. She said that Dr. Smith the parents of the amount of work adequate water for stock shows the lack of emergencies.He agent, soil conservation service -
According to all reports the big, Counties, said "I hope continued use technician, or Agricultural
and Glades and other events.
Soto Hendry will talk on, "Recent Advances in that will be expected from the band
Diamond Back Rattlers are on of Franklin of the float plan will be maintained Stabilization and Conservation.
and. that portion Cancer Treatment". members.He Senator Tucker said when he recently -
the prowl, seems that they have Point, as this wall: be a great aid Service office.
,County known as Alligator Dr. Smith is a native of Georgia, also said that the band had inspected the facilities,
in the event is
killed big ones down on the lower closed to dove hunting.The "This building will, do much to anyone reported
( received his AB MD degrees at been invited to take part in the I overdue."
bridge road and down in Panacea, second phase opens statewide provide interests for
Homecoming celebration at Carra- our young I
Emory University. Capt. Schley said that three Rev. John Forrest
ask Jack Raker, J. D. Turner to through "
November 16 run Mrs. Cogdill all membersof belle. people, and is equal to any facility !
Richard Klink, and Kathleen third phase will Auxiliary vessels were! kept on
December 2. The in the 5th District".
and other interested To 8
Childs, over 6 ft. and 10 and 11 j be open statedwide December 21 the Unit hear this dis- Representative Bobby Russ said, stand-by during the long weekend. Speak Sept.
rattlers and button . A word through January 12.. parties to come and Issued "This is just one of the many One at Carrabelle one at Panacea, The Rev. John W. Forrest will
of caution to all the young folks Shooting will be allowed from cussion. Warrant In things that has happened to Wa- and one at St. Marks. celebrate his ninety-fifth birthdayon

these snakes are mean this time of 12:00 noon until sunset of each Possible Fraud Case kulla County in the past few years Sunday, Sept. 8. He will make ;.
year, they are fat and sassy and ,open day. Daily bag limit for Big Tourists RunAt that show we are mqving ahead". Sopchoppy High a public talk from the east side
huntin a gopher hole to get in,dove will be 10, with a possessionof Tallahassee (Special) A war- Signs pointing to the location of of the Wakulla County CourtHouse
for the winter . We hear rant charging misrepresentationor Junior NewsThe
two days' bag. Eglin Base the Pavillion have been erectedon I at 3:00 o'clock in the after-
that several huntin dogs in the possible fraud totaling some
Other rules for migratory game noon.
Highway No. 369 visible both Junior Class of the Sop-
Eglin AFB Fla-Nearly 1,600
county have been lost to the are as $15,000 in life care contracts was invited
All to
during the 1963-64 season people are come
from the north and the south, the choppy High School held their
tourists from 36 states and the
snakebite dogs too The hen and issued Justice of the Peace
good marsh by
: follows Rail ( and hear what he has to say. Rev.
: building is just -2 blocks 'off the first meeting, August 27, to elect
District of Columbia will have visited -
tells of fisticuffsin 7 Richard Davis of Clearwater following -
grapevine some September
gallinule), Forrest thinks he might tell some-
open Crawfordville-TallaJIassee road in class officers, to select motto
Eglin AFB this summer when a a
Panacea over the holidays 15 with a an investigation by the of- '
through November the ,Hudson Heights. I It class flower and class colors. thing of value for health and general -
final two-hour for
tour this
According to reports as of September daily bag of 15, plus 25 sora rail, fice of State Treasurer and Insurance -I The following officers life, morally and spiritually.
3rd the Minimum Wageis of 30 plus year winds up here Thursday af Commissioner, J. Edwin were
with total possession elected President, David Hodden- Come and see him and hear him.
$1.25 per hour Sure hope 25 Woodcock opens November ternoon. Larson.
sora. Among the visitors was Little J. C./'s Sponsor berry; Vice-President John D.
that aomethin will develope so 16 and closes January 4 Larson said the complaint dealt
that the school lunchrooms will at with a dally bag limit of 5 and Rock (Ark.) mayor Werner C. with charges made by a confined Jones; Secretary, Janice Brown; Methodist Church ;
least be able to sell milk, first total possession of ten. Snipe Knoop. Tourists flocked to Eglin Senior Citizen whom he would Dance Sept. 7 Treasurer Viskie Kyle; Student

you can't read from the Bible,I opens November 16 through December from states as distant as Wash- not name pending a hearing in ; The 'J.C.s will sponsor a danceat Council Lesaie Lacy Metcalf; .Reporter Work Day, Sat. !

then you can't say a prayer, now I 30, with a daily bag of ington and New Hampshire. Tennessee the Justice of the Peace Court. I'' the Crawfordville Woman's PigottThe class motto selected The men of the Methodist k I
you can't get milk cause the price 1 eight and total possession of eight Alabama and Louisiana Commissioner Larson's Office Club, Sept 7, at 9 o'clock. Music launch is Church in Crawfordville will have :
has been. fixed, no wonder the I Waterfowl hunting for duck, topped the list in the number of investigated the matter followingthe will be furnished by the Larry "Tonight anchor.we" Class where shallwe a work day on the Annex to continue !
Johnny's and Susie's are confused,! geese and coot-will be announcedlater out-of-state visitors. filing of a complaint in Tal- White Combo. Couples only $2.00. rose. Class colors yellow yellow completion of this buildi g. i
wonder if they'll try to take "In when established by the U. S. The touhs sponsored by the lahassee. Larson is charged with This dance will take place follow- white. Operation Clean-Sweep will get i
God We Trust" off our money' Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Fort Walton Beach and Val- the protection of citizens by law ing the dedication ceremonies of underway at 8:00 a.m. Saturday, r
next . Kinda like the great Wildlife. paraiso-Niceville Chambers o f in the life care field and is required -the new Live Stock Pavillion. The September 7, at 8:00 a.m. I
scientist who said. "The most I Commerce, include a trip throughthe to turn any information of public is invited to attend. All of the men are urged to par- f i
thing about this discovery Methodist Church huge Climatic Laboratory possible misrepresentation or vi- .
amazing ) P. T.A. To .. ticipate or to send someone if I
is it's the one I was try- where temperatures vary from 65 olations of life care contract lawsto they cannot be there.Sopchoppy .
ing to made" . All of which ScheduleThe degrees below ztro Fahrenheit to the appropriate officer in the Meet Sept. 10 I II
reminds me of the story about .165 above. county in "which the complaint Dance Friday I
The Crawfordville P-TA will
Crawfordville Methodist Thursday's tour accommodatingabout
the school teacher who entered originates.
her classroom after luncheon and Church schedule of services is as 120 persons will begin at Night Sept. 6 hold the first meeting of the school P.T.A.
follows* 1 starting from Eglin's West year at the school, Tuesday, Sept
saw a group of small boys kneel- : The first and third Sun Revival The Junior Class of the Craw-
ing on the floor and huddled to- days of each month, morning worship Gate. Admission tickets are avail- fordville High School is sponsoringa 10, at 7:00 P.M.Ifhe new president To MeetThe
able from either of The Pentecostal Holiness Churchof Mr. Cliff Harper
the local urges
,gether. She asked: is held at 11 a.m.; Sundayj dance Friday night Sept 6, in Sopchoppy P-TA wHl hold
Chambers of Crawfordville is holding a Re- to attend this important
Commerce. everyone
"What are you doing" School at 10 a.m. Evening servic the school lunchroom starting at the first meeting of this school
vival. The meetings started meeting as the association needs
I "We're just shooting dice," was at 7:30 p.m. The second an<| 4. 7:30 p.m. Admission 35e stag 50c of year, Thursday night, Sept. 12. at!
Wednesday Sept the support parent This
fourth ; every
the reply. Sundays morning service afi is the school at 7:30 AM
drag. Everyone invited to at- p.m. parent
Edna Britlle is the evangelistEveryone meeting will be covered dish
"Oh," said the teacher, with a 9:30 a.m. and Sunday,School fol-j "The best secret-keeper of is cordially invited to tend. a are especially urged to be prueat.PKY .
sigh of relief. "That's all rightI lows at 10:30 a.m. .No eveningservice modern times is the mechanical supper.

was afraid you were breakingthe on the second. and fourth clothes dryer." attend. <
law and engaging in prayer." Sundays.


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PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONALAMENDMENTS certificates provided however that
A WAKBLLA COUNTY NEWS TO BE VOTED ON no bonds or certificates shall ever Receipts Taxes, from the levy ana
FOR SALE .I- NOVEMBER S. be issued hereunder to finance, or collection of said Gross Receipts IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE
Thursday, September 5. 1963 NOTICE OF SPECIAL, ELECTION the proceeds thereof expended for.any Taxes as now provided in said Chap SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
PEAK'SDRY WHEREAS the Legislature of part of the cost of any capital ter 203. Florida Statutes and shall FLORIDA IN AND FOR WAKULLA

CLEANING PLANT In McAlester,. Okla., a 1963. under the C DStitutiODdidof 1885 outlay project unless the construction not enact any law impairing or materially Sylvia COUNTY.Ann IN CHANCERY. No. 1238

Methodist congregation installed of the State of pass or acquisition of such capital altering the rights of the Ausley.
Equipment and Building. Living amendments has been theretofore Plaintiff,
outlay project
Joint Resolutions proposing holders of any bonds or certificates
two window air con- to the Constitution of toe authorized by the Legislature of issued to this Vs.
WAKULLA quarters in rear. Modern equip! pursuant Amend- Ronnie
and they were Florida. None of said bonds or cer- Ausle), Sr.
ditioning units. Then it had State of Florida : ment or impairing or altering any
ment. Going business. Selling due agreed to by a vote of three-fourths tificates :shall: be sold at less than covenants or agreements of the Defendant
to buy a loudspeaker to hear elected to each nicety-eight (98%) centum of DIVORCE
COUNTY NEWS to illness.in \ of the members per State Board made hereunder, or ORDER OF PUBLICATION
bouse. The of.said Joint Resolutions the value thereof plus accrued
the The blossom votes par having the effect of withdrawing
were entered upon their respective interest ind said bonds or certificates the proceeds of said Gross Re-
I I of the saguaro cactus is Ari- Journals. with the yeas shall be awarded at the public ceipts Taxes from the operation of Ronnie Lee Ausley. Sr., .
Telephone and nays thereon and they did sale thereof to the bidder of- this Amendment. Address Unknown..
zona's state emblem The determine and direct that the said fering the lowest net interest cost The State Board of Administration You are hereby notified that a complaint -
for divorce has been ffied againsl
I the Court of the County Judge. first missile was blasted from Joint Resolutions be submitted to for such bonds or certificates in shall be and is hereby con- in the Circuit Court of Wakulla
ilI Wakulla County Florida, the electors of the State of Floridaat the manner to be determined by the stituted as the Fiscal Agent of the I you You are
County. Florida in Chancery.
In r.: Estate of Cape Canaveral Flal: on July a Special Election on November State Board. State Board to perform such duties
hereby required to file (personally or
5. 1963 The State Board shall also have .
Edward ; and such responsibilities
N. Warner. Deceased assume under '
24, 1950 TJM by attorney with the Clerk of Mid
In Probate. NOW. THEREFORE. I. power to pledge for the paymentof this Amendment as shall be I
Virginia,Keiehtley '? ," 'u_, Editor Te All Creditor and Persons Having ADAMS. Secretary of State of the the principal of and interest on agreed upon between the State the Court attorney and send for a copy the of plaintiff the same to
Claims or Demands Against Said State of Florida do hereby give such bonds or certificates and reServes Board and such State Board of Administration your
written defenses if to the complaint -
.. Estate: notice that aSPECIAL therefor including refund The State Board shall I any.
You and each of you are hereby ELECTION ing bonds or certificates, all or any also have power to appoint such in said cause on or before
notified and required to present will be held In tY in part of the revenue to be derived other persons and fix their com- September 23. 1963. Herein faU not.
lalms and demands which any or Florida on the first Tuesday after from the said Gross Receipts Taxes pensation for the administration of or judgment by default will be entered

Entered at Crawfordville. Florida, either of you. may have against you. the fcees Barber Shop; the first Monday in November 1963. provided for in this Amendment the provisions of this Amendmentas against WITNESS YOU. hand and the seal of
estate of Edward N. Warner deceased which date Is November 5. and to enter into any covenantsand it shall deem necessary, and my
for the ratification rejection of other agreements with the holders said Court at Crawfordville. Wakulla
late of said the expenses of the State Board in
County to the
as second class matter. Subscrjp- Judge of Wakulla County. Florida County at : '' 2M8 South Monroe the said Joint Resolutions proposing of such bonds or certificates administering the provisions of this County. Florida this 20th day of
amendments to the Constitution of concerning the security thereof and August. 1963.
his office In the court house Amendment shall paid out of
tion rate: $3.00 per year. County at Crawfordville. Florida of within said- BOYS HAIRCUTS $1.00 the State of Florida viz: the rights of the holders thereof. the proceeds of bonds or certifi- J.(Official H. HudsonP. Seal)
six calendar NO. 1 all of which covenants and agree- cates issued hereunder or from said
the time COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR ments shall constitute O. Box 66Crawfordville.
legally bind Gross Taxes
of hte first Receipts deposited in
publication of
.. notice. week Friday HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. ing and irrevocable contracts with Florida
I Two copies of each claim demand Open 6 days a said Capital Outlay Fund.e
428 such holders and shall be fully Attorney for Plaintiff. .
shall be in writing and shall ( ) No capital outlay project or ,
state the
A JOINT RESOLUTION relatingto enforceable by such holders in /Moody Pearce "
any thereof shall be financed
of any
If You Need. ( dress residence the and post-office ads 1 / TU18 pan. elections: ,proposing an amend. court of competent jurisdiction.No hereunder unless the bill authorizingsuch Moody Pearce
. I sworn to claimant. and shall be ment to Article IV. Sections 2 and such bonds or certificatesshall project shall specify it is financed Clerk Circuit Court. j
by the
attorney and claimant his agent or master barbers to 20, of the constitution of the state ever be issued by the State hereunder and shall be approved Wakulla County. Florida. '
i 4i Office Supplies fee of one dollar accompanied by a filing Four of Florida providing for the election Board in an amount exceeding sev by a fti Aug. 22-29. Sept. 5-12 .
I and such claim votes
de- memo
mand not so filed or serve you. of certain state officers at the enty-five (75%) per centum of the (3/5) of the of 1.
S Business'Machines H. H. shall be void. 1964 and 1966 general elections: amount which it determines based each house.

Office FurnitureSee As administrator dardy of "" providing for an emergency elec upon the average annual amount of NO. 3 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
the Estate --
COOK tion.Be
executor of
the Last Will DEE ,
Call and Testament It Resolved by the Legislature Gross Receipts Taxes during the SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. FOR WAKULLA COUNTY FLORIDA.

or Edward N. Warner of deceased of the State of Florida: immediately preceding two fiscal 727 IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. .. ..
I That the following amendment of years or the amount of the rev- A JOINT RESOLUTION propos- FLORENCE E. FONDA --
RANEY WHALEYat AUI is.22-29. Sept. 5 Article IV, Section 2 of the consti- enues derived from said Gross Receipts ing an amendment to Article IX of
tution of the state of Florida be Taxes during the immediately the Constitution of Florida by adding vgPLAINTIFF
and the same is hereby agreedto preceding fiscal year as shownin a section to be numbered by KENNETH FONDA. '
I- and shall be submitted to the a certificate filed bv the State the secretary of state providing for DEFENDANT
electors of the state of Florida for Comptroller with the State Board issuing state bonds for outdoor recreation DIVORCE
CAPITAL OFFICE approval or rejection at a special prior to the issuance of such bondsor and natural resources con NOTICE TO APPEAR
CLASSIFIEDFOR called election to be held on Nov certificates, whichever is the servation: determining that an THE STATE OF
EQUIPMENT CO. II I' ; ember 5. 1963 as provided in Article lesser can be serviced by the emergency exists. Mr. Kenneth Fonda TO:
SALE-A pair of young XVII. Section 3 of the Florida con- revenues accruing thereafter under Be It Resolved by the Legislature -
319 South Adams St. RENEW calves stitution. the provisions of this Amend- of the State of Florida: You Fultonham. New York
priced reason That three fourths (%) of all ment: nor shall the State Board That Article IX of the Florida for are hereby notified that a suit
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE LICENSE able. Contact Quintus Coleman members elected to each house of during the first year following the constitution be amended by adding divorce in the has been brought against
,.l the does determine that this Issue you Circuit Court of Wakulla
FLORIDACLASSIFIED legislature ratification of amendment. the section set forth below to be
DURING YOUR Rt. 6, Box 145-H, Tallahassee ., an emergency requiring an early bonds or certificates in excessof numbered by the secretary of state County.Florence Florida. In Chancery, by
Fla. decision by the electors of the seven (7) times the anticipated that three-fourths (?4) of all memo E. Fonda and you are here-
BIRTH:MOHTN state does exist with reference to revenue from said Gross Receiots bers elected to the house of rep- by required to file with the Clerk of
this amendment to Article IV. Sec. Taxes during said year nor during resentatives and to the senate de- the Circuit Court your written appearance
tion 2 Of the constitution.. each succeeding year more than termines that an emergency requiring in said suit and to serve copy of
Section 2. Election and term of four ((4) times the anticipated rev- an early decision by the same on Plaintiffs Attorney on or
I J governor. The governor shall be enue from said Gross Receipts electors of the state exists and before the 17th dav of September. A. D.
j I elected by the qualified electors of Taxes during such year. No election that said amendment be submittedto 1943. Herein faU not or the Bill in
.u. ._ 1 the state. The first election for or approval of qualified electors the electors of Florida for ratio this cause will be taken oro cnnfessn.
FOR SALE 1962 Frigidaire I governor under this section shall or freeholder electors shall be fication or rejection at a special Witness the Honorable W. Mav
used 3 months. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED be at the general election of 1964. required for the issuance of bondsor election to be held on Nov. 5. 1963. Walker. Judge of the said Court and
range 100.00 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that J. H. Hudson the holder of the following for a term of two (2) years and certificates hereunder. and that publication of notice of the seal thereof, at TaUrhassee Leon
cash. Phone YU 4-2572 Panacea. certificates has filed said certificates for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The thereafter commencing with the gen- After the initial issuance of any election be given: Countv. Florida, this 15 day of August
certificate numbers and years of issuance the description of the property and eral election of 1966. the governor bonds or certificates pursuant to Section -' The outdoor recreational A.D. 1963.George .
the names in which it was assessed are as follows: shall be elected for a term of four this Amendment the State Board development council as L. Harper
Certifi- Name in (4) years. The term of office may thereafter issue additional created by the 1963 legislature may Attorney at LawMoody
cate Year of which shall begin the first Tuesday after bonds or certificates which will issue revenue bonds revenue certificates Crawfordville. Florida
No. Issuance Description of property Assessed the first Monday in January next rank equally and on a parity as or other evidences of in- Pearce
after this election. The governor to lien on and source of securityfor debtedness to acquire lands water Clerk. Circuit Court

91 1956 E tt of Lot 21 and E % of Lot 22. Block Mrs. Mary Sloan elected at the general election of payment from said Gross areas and related resources and WakuUa County. Florida
READY Mil 2. Town of Panacea. Jacques 1964 shall be eligible for reelectionto Receipts Taxes with any bondsor to construct improve enlarge and 8-22. 29-N. 12
said office In the general elec- certificates theretofore issued extend capital improvements and
tion of 1966 but the governor pursuant to this Amendment. but facilities thereon in furtherance of
20 1937 As per deed recorded in DB 39 P-253 Carl A. Devene elected at the general election of such additional bonds outdoor recreation,
parity or cer- natural resources -. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Public Records Wakulla
County. Florida 1966 and thereafter shall not be tificates shall not be Issued unless conservation and related
containing 8/10 of an acre in Lot 114 eligible for re-election to said office the average annual amount of facilities in this state: provided, SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
H.S. the next succeeding term. the revenues derived from said however the legislature with respect COUNTY. 'FLORIDA.IN
Be It Further Resolved by the Gross Receipts Taxes during the to such revenue bonds. rev CHANCERY. CASE NO. ____
40 1958 Lot 8. Bk] 1', Agua De Vida Subdivision. D. B. Holland Legislature of the State of Florida: immediately preceding two fiscal enue certificates or other evidencesof Edgar L. Greene,

That the following amendment of years or the amount of the rev- indebtedness shall designate the PUntiff
6 1961 An undivided 1/11 interest in all except Polly Whitehead Article IV. Section 20 of the con enues derived from said Gross Re- revenue or tax sources to be de- VS.
200 acres-Of Lot 82 H.s:. 14 6/11 acres. stitution of the state of Florida be ceipts Taxes during the immediately posited in or credited to the land Robbie Nell Greene,
Call 222 O165 and the same is hereby agreed to preceding fiscal year as shownin acquisition trust fund for their re- Defendant
43 1961 Lot 13 Panacea Shores A. W. Bishop and shall be submitted to the electors a certificate filed bv the State< payment and may Impose restrictions DIVORCE .
MAPLES CONCRETE of the state of Florida for ap Comptroller with the State Board on their issuance, including the NOTICE TO APPEAR !
32 1957 As per deed recorded in DB 44 P 155 H. A. Martin proval or rejection at the general prior to the issuance nt such honHs fixing of maximum interest rates The State of Florida To:
TAUAHASSEf Public Records of Wakulla County. Fla.. election to be held November 5, or certificates whichever is the and discounts.The Mn. Robbi. Nell Crane i
in Sec. 18. T 3 S, R 4 W.4 acre. 1963 as provided in Article XVII. lesser shall have ben eaual to one land acquisition trust fund Route I, Box 6S'
1 Section 3 of the Florida constitu- and one-third (11/3) times the aggregate created by the 1963 legislature for Warner

AU of said property being in the County of Wakulla. State of Florida. tion.That amount of principal and in- these multiple public purposes. You are hereby notified of rait for
Unless such certificate or certificates shall be redeemed according to law th- three fourths (?;) of all terest which will become due in any shaD continue from the date of the Divorce hM been brought against you
property described in such certificate or certificates will be sold to the hlghes members elected to each house of succeeding fiscal year on all bondsor adoption of this amendment for a in the Circuit Court of Wakulla County.
THECHRISTlRn bidder at the Court! House door on the first Monday in the month of October the legislature 'does determine that certificates theretofore issued period of fifty (50) years. Florida. In Chancery by Edgar: L. J
1963 which is the 7th day of October. 1963. an emergency requiring an early pursuant to this Amendment and In the event the outdoor recreational Greene and you are hereby required to
Dated this 4th day of September. 1963. decision by the electors of the state then outstanding and the additional development council shall de- file with the Clerk of the Cireuit Court
parity bonds or certificates then termine to issue bonds for
does exist with reference to this financingacquisition your written appearance In said suit I and
Moody Pearce amendment to Article IV Section proposed to be issued. No bonds of sites for multiple purposes to serve of j
a copy same on Plalntff
Clerk of Circuit Court of certificates or other obligations toe state board of administration
20 of the constitution.
1 September Attorney before
5-12-19-26 on thel!
or 50th day of
Wakulla County. Florida. whatsoever shall at time be-
Section 20. Governor's cabinet.- any shall act as fiscal agent September, A. D. 1W.
Herein fail
The governor shall be assisted by Issued under the provisions of this and the attorney general shall handle or the Bill In this cause will be not
administrative officers as follows: Amendment except such bonds or the validation proceedings. eonl.ssoWitness takenpro '
of certificates initially issued hereunder AU bonds Issued under this '
A secretary state attorney general
S SCIEnCE comptroller, treasurer superintendent and such additional parity mendment shall be sold at public the Honorable W. May Walker.
Judge of the Said
Court, and the seal
-- of public instruction and bonds or certificates as provided sale after public advertisement upon j
I I commissioner of agriculture who in this paragraph. Notwithstanding such terms and conditions as the thereof at Tallahassee Leon County
shall be elected at the same timeas I' any other provision herein no outdoor recreational development Florida. this 26th day of August A.D.
the governor and shall hold their such bonds or certificates shall be council shall provide and as other 1S6S. I
mOniTOR offices for the same term; provided authorized or validated during any wise provided by law and subjectto George L. Harper ;
that the first election of such officers I biennium in excess of fifty million the limitations herein imposed.IN Attorney at LawCrawfordville. I
dollars except by two-thirds vote of TESTIMONY WHEREOF Florida
under this section shall be had
!the members elected to each houseof Wakulla County Florida
I have hereunto set my hand
at the time of voting for governor in I
BOBBY RUSS 1964 for a term of two (2) years the legislature: provided further and affixed the Great Seal Margaret S. Gray D. C.
and thereafter commencing with the that during the biennium 1963-1965 of the State of Florida at Moody Pare.
time of voting for governor in 1966 seventy-five (75) million dollars Tallahassee, the Capital. this Clerk Circuit Court
'" the thirtieth day of August Aug. 29 Sept. (-12-1*
Accurate said officers shall be elected for a may be authorized and validated
Complete Insurance Service : : term of four (4) years. pursuant hereto. A. D., 1963.
NO.' 2 (c) Capital outlay projects there (seal) TOM ADAMS
COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR tofore authorized by the legislaturefor Secretary of State
Complete SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. any Institution of Higher Learning -
264 I or Junior College shall be eli -
Up to 40% Discount on Auto Rates A JOINT RESOLUTION propos- 'gible to participate in the funds
News ing an amendment to Article XII accruing under this Amendment derived Of the 3 billion personson \
of the Constitution of Florida by from the proceeds of bondsor
adding a section to be numberedby certificates and said Gross Re- earth today at least 10 mil- 1!

the secretary of state authoriz- ceipts Taxes under such regulations Cleanliness is lion blind The adult
thriftiness are .
and in such manner as shall to I
Coverage ,' ing the issuance of bonds for capi-
tal outlay at institutions of higher be determined by the State Board airlines inasmuch as dirt on mackerel must literally swim ,!
"A Finance Plan for the Working Man". .<:\ learning, including Junior collegesand : and the State Board shall use or
< i certain vocational technical transmit to the State Board 0 f exterior surfaces of jet air- for its life because if it

schools: pledging certain tax funds: Control or to the Board of Public liners can cost an extra one- stopped it would suffocate I
., providing for the use of accumulated Instruction of any County authorIzed i
Printed inn ;' i surplus to pay for any capital by law to constructor, acquire and-a-half pounds of fuel per since it requires a continuous ,
) Auto Homes : outlay project theretofore authorizedby such capital outlay projects the blood
-Hospitalization flow of water to keep its
amount of the proceeds of such
BQStpriLOS : : the Legislature: providing proce- .
., ,! dures therefor; providing powers bonds or certificates or Gross Re- supplied with sufficient oxygen I
ANGELES .,- -Real Estate- j t and duties of the State Board of ceipts Taxes to be applied to or
Education: and State Board of Ad. used for such capital outlay projects. .
LONDON ministration; and requiring a spec- If for any reason any of toe
ial election thereon.Be proceeds of any bonds or certificates J
It Resolved by the Legislature Issued for any capital out .
of the State of Florida: lay project shall not be expendedfor
WE BUY PULPWOOD TIMBER That Article XII of the Florida such capital outlay project the
Constitution be amended by add- State Board may use such unex-
1 Year $22 6 Months $11 ing the section set forth below to pended proceeds for any other capi- We k-eRd
3 Months $5.50 be numbered by the secretary of tal outlay project for Institutionsof Big
PHONE WA S3711CRAWFORDVILLE state and that said amendment be Higher Learning or Junior Colleges -
Clip this advertisement and submitted to the electors of Florida and vocational technical .
.return it with your check or / for ratification or rejection at a schools as defined herein, as now '
money order to: FLORIDA .t special election to be held under defined or as may be hereafter
The Christian Science Monitor authority of Section 3 of Article defined by law. theretofore author- I
,On. Norway Street XVII of the Florida Constitution on ized by the State Legislature. The Speei ls
Boston 15. Mass. Nov. 5. 1963. That three-fourths (%) holders of bonds or certificates issued
of the membership of the Legisla- hereunder shall not have any
ture does determine that an emer- responsibility whatsoever for the
gency exists requiring an early de- application or use of any of the pro
...- cision by the electors of this state. ceeds derived from the sale of
Section -(aX.) That beginning said bonds or certificates, and the Fresh POLE Ibs.
January 1. 1964. and for fifty (50) rights and remedies of the holders 2 39c
years thereafter, all of the proceeds of such bonds or certificatesand
Tallahassee of the revenues derived from their right to payment from
Business Firms the gross receipts taxes collected said Gross Receipts Taxes in the LEMONS doz. 'I
from every person including municipalities manner provided herein shall not juicy 25c
receiving payment for be affected or imparted by the
electricity for light heat or power application or use of such pro

for natural or manufactured gas ceeds. Garden Fresh OKRA Ibs,29c .
for light heat or power for use of The State Board shall use the ,
DIRECTORYPatomize telephones and for the sending of moneys in said Capital Outlay Fundin
: telegrams and telegraph messages each fiscal year only for the .
as now provided and levied as of following purposes and in the following Frosty Morn Dandy Roll
the time of adoption of this amend order of priority:
ment in Chapter 203. Florida Sta- (1) For the payment of the principal SAUSAGE 3 99c
These Advertisers tutes (hereinafter called "Grass Re- of and interest on any bondsor .
ceipts Taxes"), shall, as collectedbe certificates maturing in such
placed in a trust fund to be fiscal year. BRISKET '
known as the "Institutions of Higher (2) For the deposit into any re- STEW Ib. 39c
.. L. Learning and Junior Colleges serve funds provided for in the proceedings .
FRM Capital Outlay and Debt Service authorizing the issuanceof .
O. I. GRAMLING Little. Folks Store, Trust Fund" in toe State Treasury said bonds or certificates of any
11-- Inc. (hereinafter referred to as "Capi amounts required to be depositedin Round STEAK lb. 79c
tal Outlay Fund"), and used onlyas such reserve funds in such fis- .
FEEDSFlint & CO. ., "The Capital'sMajors provided in this Amendment.Said cal year.
r1i4 for Minors"Children's fund shall be administered (3) After all payments requiredin
Furniture Toys, by the State Board of Education. such fiscal year for the pur- Dukes MAYONNAISE pt. 25c ,
\ One-Stop Service for Garnet Hobbies as now created and constituted by poses provided for in (1) and (2) I
Section 3 of Article XII of the Constitution above including any deficiencies
Feed Seed Fertilizer Baby Accessories of Florida (hereinafter re- for required payments in prior fis-
133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 ferred to as "State Board"). For cal years any moneys remaining Nabisco CHIPPETS box 43c
Poultry Supplies the purpose of this Amendment in said Capital Outlay Fund at the I
said State Board as now constituted end of such fiscal year may be
River Millsv Garden ToolsSo. shall continue as a body corporate used by the State Board for di- .
during the life of this Amendment rect payment of the cost or any Temp LUNCHEON MEAT can 33c
2015 S Monroe Ph. 223-0274 and shall have all the powers part of the cost of any capital outlay ,
.. Adams at S.A.L.R.R. provided in this Amendment in ad- project theretofore authorizedby !
Crossing dition to all other constitutionaland the legislature or for the pur-
statutory powers related to the chase of any bonds or certificates JELLO 3 pkgs. ; 29c
Phone 223-0173 purposes of this Amendment here- issued hereunder then outstandingupon ",
tofore or hereafter conferred by law such terms and conditions as

upon said State Board. the State Board shall deem proper. Cream StyleCORN
Ib) The State Board shall have or for the prior redemption of

SUBER power, for the purpose of obtaining outstanding bonds or certificates in 303 2 for f
& JOHNSON can -: / 23c
Light funds for acquiring building accordance with the provisions of : .
Weight and Regular constructing. altering, improving the proceedings which authorized J* i"--**, *
I Concrete Blocks : Seeds-Fertilizer-Baby Chicks enlarging furnishing or eq-lipping the issuance of such bonds or certificates -
capital outlay projects theretofore TIDE
Hanson Wood and Farm SuppliesCor. authorized by the legislature and The State Board may invest the Regular 29c
any purposes appurtenant cr inci- moneys in said Capital Outlay Fundor
Hoel Ind. Inc.S. J I Gaines and dental thereto for Institutions of in any sinking fund or other
Woodward Sts. Higher Learning or Junior Colleges funds created for any Issue of Debuke POTTED
bs here- bonds certificates in direct obligations MEAT 2' for 17o
Adams St. at 4PointsTel. TeL 2225960BakerAlford as now defined or as may or ,
after defined by law. and :or the of the United States nt
"222-5840 P. O. Box 661 purpose of constructing buildingsand America or in the other securities

other permament facilities for referred to in Section 344.27. Flori- Perfection RICE 2 Ibs.
vocational technical schools as provided da Statutes.d 23C
in chapter 230 Florida Statutes ( ) The State Board shall have
Stone'Co. to issue bonds or certificates the power to make and enforce all
Capital including refunding bonds or certificates rules and regulations necessary to
to fund or refund any the full exercise of the powers
Since 1908 bonds or certificates theretofore issued. herein granted and no legislation
AU such bonds or certificates shall be required to render this
Yeager MARBLE GRANITE Co. shall bear interest at not exceeding Amendment of full force and operating
,? four and one-half (4!i<.) per effect on and after January -
centum per annum and shall 1. 1964. The Legislature. during -
.Inc.Insurance "Tk Part House- ... mature at. such time or timesas the period this Amendment is
MEMORIALS for the State Board shall determine in effect shall not reduce the rate I & J DuperMarketPHONE
your auto truckor not exceeding in any of said Gross Receipts Taxes now
and Bonds Cemetery Work of AU Type trsctarr. Also for your power event however. thirty (30) provided in said Chapter 203. Florida ,

lawnmower, and much for your years from the date of issuance Statutes. or eliminate. exemptor
503) W. Gaines St. Tel. 223-0719
boat thereof. The State Board shall have remove any of the persons firms PCHOPPY
214 ..Adams St.-Tel. 222-4680 Walter P. Buchan Mgr. : power to determine all other de- or corporations including munici- : WO 2-2441 FLORIDA
208 N. Adams St. Ph. 222-3380! tails of such bonds or certificates pal corporations or any of the
and to sell at public sale. after pub.ha .utilities, businesses or services now
advertisement, such bonds or or hereafter subject to said Gros

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3 HOW FAST CAN YOU READ THIS? Increase Shown '
y' Thursday, September; 196J ,i" IN ESERVICE "A"

'..- (Test yourself at end) _fS By Farm ForesterField LACKLAND AFB, Tex. Airman Straight

NGtOWNKAH. Billy R. Berry, son of Mrs. For Simplicity
assistance by Florida For-
FIRE SAFETY HINT HURTING YOU Mary A. Berry of Rt. 2, Crawford-
est Service farm foresters to land-
Here is a. fire safety hint from ate yule St. Marks Flan is being
during 12-month period
/4- owners a
National Board of Fire Under Relief reassigned to Keesler AFB Miss.,
t -July 1962 through June 1963- :
t : bawd 1 for technical training as a United
A tow drop f OOTGKO Mac .
B.f from of tajrowm n U. { : i involved the treatment of 1,764,000acres
: Never never never never never r tarauatiafpaia States Air Force radio and radar
OITTGRO toatbn*th.ikia ondemMth UM. .. e
aiL Allow*th.nail to b.cot and gHMj* ce. of woodlands. :4
I'I'r\' never never never never, v3.further Mia awl diaeomfort.OUTGEQ maintenance specialist.
eoontm._ This was an increase of 34 percent
to TmllaWo at all drag
\' never never never never Airman Berry, who enlisted i in
over the year before, according -
\' smoke in bed. the Air Force a short time ago
J to the Florida Forest Service,
has completed his initial basic
I and does not include fire suppres- 1
military training here.
1 .. sion activity by Florida Forest
The airman is a 1963 graduate
BIG WEEK-END SPECIALS tr.t Service crews.
of Crawfordville High School.Editor's .
Florida Forest Service Forest
( Note: Airman Berry
All Meat .STEW (Ib 53c Management Chief R. A. Bonning- lists only one parent.)
I hausen said that 3,989 Florida tim- S *

BEEF LIVER, lb. 42cO'Coma berland forestry owners advice requested or field assistance technical SIOUX CITY,-AB, IowaTechnical -

Chick,Turkey and Beef j during the one-year period. He Sergeant Shirley L. Ham- k
mond of Arkport, N.Y., has
arrived -
said the marked increase was due,
each 23c
ilnill> "'rj iaAWMBBS 3Bjmw pKE- g uMli assignment with an
Instructed by modern technique and devices, Bill apparently to increasing confi- Air Defense Command unit.
Collard, Mustard and Turnips
dence by Florida landowners that a
Carmack, front row, wearing white sweater, reads at Sergeant Hammond an'elec-
FROZEN GREENS 6 for 1.00 planned timber'management pro-
rate of 10,000 words per minute. tronic data machine maintenance

Can a boy who was reading She believes, for example, gram does pay in greater profits. technician previously was 'stationed -
Fresh TOMATOES, lb. 19c 280 words a minute so improve that with the combination of The yearly project activity report at Grand Forks AFB N.D.
himself that within the course proper approaches and scien- shows more Florida timber- ANS
LETTUCE, head .19c of a single term he bringshis tific techniques, there will be land owners are: He is the son of '' Pearl Ham-
.A : rate up to the astonish- people scanning at the rate of mond of R. D. 2, Arkport.The worn
OKRA, 2 Ibs 25c ing minute speed? of 10,000 words a not-too-distant 20,000 words a future.minute in the (1)) seeking and advice on site planting sergeant is a graduate of TIlls jolly shirts jiffy and jumper sweaters,
pines, proper preparation -
Arkport Central School. His
-. Is it possible to read a his- Her prize pupil, Bill for establishment wife, makes school Jays smooth

EGGS, med. size do%.: 42c tory book in school at 5,000 Carmack, plans to eventually of commercial tim-I! Josephine, is the daughter of Mr. sailing and doubles for a dazzling
words a minute and still have become a Professor of Scout- planted and Mrs. George Stafford of date dress when worn

BANANAS 2 Ibs. 19c 90 per cent comprehension? ing in Boy Scout Camps ber stands. Crawfordville Fla. alone. Two main pattern pieces
'. Would it take you five sec- undoubtedly, he will be the (2) taking scientific measures: Editor's Note create the A-line and one long
I Jim DandyDOG onds to peruse 1,000 words as fastest reader of Boy Scout to control forest insects and< ( : Sergeant Hammond 22" Talon Zephyr (the nylon
William Carmack, newly grad- manuals of all time. : listed only one parent.)
FOOD 25 Ibs. 2.09Pal uated from South Hills High He will be seen demonstrating diseases. coil zipper) is used to "hold

School in Pittsburgh, has doneon his skill, incidentally on (3) using selective cutting meth-. USS JAMES C. OWENS FHT- that line." A jiffy to sew up,
camera? He would read this "An Experiment In Excel- ods in marketing their timber ( press and zip on. Remember .

piece of approximately 400 lence", an NBC-TV program and pulpwood harvest.I I NC-Homer A. Harvey, seaman, it's Simplicity pattern 5062.
PEANUT BUTTER 2 Ib ar. 59c words in about two seconds, scheduled for Thursday, Sep- LJSN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Reminder always use a

remembering all salient points. tember 19, from 10 to 11 p.m., Twenty-nine Farm Foresters, R. Harvey of Route 1, Crawford press cloth when ironing or
Young Carmack, a crack ET. The program sponsoredby each serving single county units or
pressing zipper area.
TOMATOES 6 69c ville Fla., is serving aboard the
J cans varsity swimmer and co-cap- the Gulf Oil Corporation, combinations of several counties,
tain of his team, is an auguryof shows how the skills of the destroyer USS James C. Owens
J Delicious FLOUR 5 Ibs. 49c things to come in American traditional teacher must blend throughout the state, marked currently on four months deployment .
41,102 cords of pulpwood and Saucy Spareribs
education for both young men with modem scientific devicesto with the Sixth Fleet in the.
and women, according to his produce the outstanding 8,281,000 board feet of lumber:
Pal Veg. OIL, 5 lb. Jug. 59c .teacher Miss Elsie Murnhv. American student of- tomorrow" sized trees. Crude gum totaled Mediterranean.The .
NOW TEST y iSELF------ Owens is slated to visit
19,562 barrels, nearly double the
Bama MAYONNAISE pt. 27c In blank spaces in each of the following sentences fill in Naples Italy, Aug. 31 on the first
previous year's
the word or words which correctly complete the sentence. Count leg of the current Mediterraneantour.
five points for each. Total: 20. Gross returns to landowners was .

,SUWANNEE STORE 1. Bill Carmack was reading 280 words a minute before he was $837,368 $113,536 more than
\ In addition to her normal operating -
able to average words a minute. the
during preceding
\ 2. Carmack is not only brilliant in speed but is a swimmer and year. schedule as a Sixth Fleet unit, i
CRAWFORDVILLE, FLA of his team. New services offered by the the Owens is among several U.S. I
3. Miss Elsie M. Murphy, Carmack'a teacher,believes'that people Forest Management Branch of the I f
destroyers carrying and
Forbes Mgr. will be scanning at the rate of in the Florida Forest Service now in- clothing
Mrs.Isabelle not-so-distant future. books donated by "Project Hand- I I
cludes appraisal for Farmers Home
4. Young Carmack will demonstrate his skill on "An ExperimentIn clasp" in support of the President's'peopletopeople" i
Excellence" over NBC-TV on as Administration forestry development program. iNS I
part of a broad study of education. loans."Farm .
"Project Handclasp" was organized ITS TilE SAUCE that makes
I Foresters will attend
to help needy people of countries these barbecued spareribs the
September multiple-use
.. : I SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF conference visited by U.S. ships. Americans most delectable you've ever
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR WAKULLA in Jacksonville, stressing
'-- COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. donate materials, including tasted and will have your
James I. techniques in more efficient man- guests clamoring for the re-
TRULL. clothing, books and toys, and medical -
Plaintiff agement of Florida woodland. Aim cipe.
Vs.Margery. supplies to be given to foreign
10f the conference is to effect methods -
C. TRULL. individuals and deserving organ!- BARBECUED Sl'AUBUIBS

Defendant.DIVORCE I whereby private woodland own. zations. 4 to 5 Ibs. pork spareribs

f ORDER OF PUBLICATION ers may realize increased returns During the Sixth: Fleet 1/2 brown
STATE OF FLORIDA assignment cup sugar
C. Trull from their land through recreation 1 tbsp. chili powder
SAFETY1 Margery the Owens will d iver"Handclasp"
General Marrero.Delivery Louisana. development, wildlife and water materials to peoplein 1 tsp. paprika

You are hereby notified that a complaint -., conservation, and stock forage in several Mediterranean coun- 1/4 cup vinegar
for divorce has been filed againstyou addition to the sale of forest crops. tries. 1 cup canned tomato or
In the Circuit Court of Wakulla spaghetti

.. uoMD1wuu10 ....,. .., hereby County.required Florida in to Chancery.file (personally You are or SEAPOWER FOR PEACE 2 thspa. A.I.sauce Steak Sauce

by attorney) with the Clerk of said
Court and send a copy of the same to Prepare .marinade of all ingredients
1 the attorney for the plaintiff your and let ribs stand in

plaint written In defenses said cause if any., on to or the before com-,. mixture 2-3 hours. Place ribs

Octoter 7. 1963. Herein tail not or Fire Prevention Pays Off AVE THE TURKEYOne on grill over slow fire, basting
Judgment by default win be entered ,
MINDED? There's no safer dolor anywhere against you.WITNESS. "It is clear that fire prevention good way to wreck a Sun. occasionally with sauce. Grill
my hand and the seal of fire facili until meat is brown and tender.
than the dollar you sate or invest said Court At Crawfordville. Wakulla efforts and protection ay dinner is to put the turkey in a Makes approximately 6 serv-
County. Florida this 4th dayOfficial of Sep.tember ties have in effect reduced the annual rease spattered oven and let thebird -

at Leon Federal. Stop ia ... ( 1963.Seal) | toll from fire," Mr. Vincent be incinerated in a grease fire ings.

Well be glad to show yon why. J.. H.O. HudsonP. Box 68 said. The ratio of loss of life from says the National Board of Fire

Crawfordville. Florida fire to the population of the country Underwriters. *

Attorney/Moody for Pearce Plaintiff. .j I has dropped as the population has A scrub in time will save the A 0-00-1 grgST

: LEON FEDERAL SAVINGS Moody Clerk WakuIla Circuit Pearce Court.Flortda. I I J bird.YouTUo PAINT POINTERSU1 I II Ii

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Regardless of the type of

ALL PRICES REDUCED REGULARLY FOR f'- painting you're doing use the
best paint possible, even if it
.5 costs a few cents more.
That's Just plain good economic -
1959 FORD Courier; 2$415 for the paint itself
door with straight ( 1957 FORD Y 8 Station FUTURE sense of
THEIR smallest
and Koaror................. 4-door with automatictransmission 195 represents investment.the Biggest part item

1960 FORD V-8 Tudor radio and lour labor-and it takes Just as

sedan;' straight shift, 5895 heater ......k................... I 1.much time and effort to apply

radio, heater ........... .... S 1961 CHEVROLET Belair a cheap "bargain" paint with

9 5 It62 FORD V-8 4-door, 4-door, V-8, powerglidoJfjinsmlssion a dubious life span, as it doesa
heater, automatic trans $ $1 good one.
1,395 ho s t, r, 330
mission, power steering. wsw tires and two tons P Your dealer source

Actually below whit. at paint .................. of advice as to the type of paintto
for the kind of surface
1957. BUICK..oor, ra* t 1959 PLYMOUTH 'V4 to be use painted. o

do, heater, automatic 445 Suburban ...oor station Adhesion and blister resis-

transmission, power wagon, radio, heater, 5540 ante of a new coat depends on

steering ....._................ automatic transmission the condition of the base coator
surface to which it is applied.

1960 CORVAIR.700, 4* $840 $ Even the best paint won't holdup
.--: door?radio,heater._ 1960 FALCON 4-door.* 840 no abort it if for on a surface. So, Inspect *
-' dio and fcoattr ____. There ore two Ways : you must save no carefully poor before yon start.

Scrape or sand blistered crackedor

.'1761 COMET 4-door st- 945 1958 good FORD worker pickup........truck.- 595 other reason tha you're the head of a family, or hope to to bare loosely wood adhering, reprime paint and down then, I:

dan. with heater ___ put on the finest quality material.
One of the newest types, incidentally *
.0 "> ,. 1961 CORVAIR pick up 945 be in the near future. A small amount (as low as $1) opens b "Lnciie" house

truck. Special buy at._ paint. A water emulsion paint

1957 CHEVROLET Pick-up based on the same plastic inrredients -
-. New Point Job a real ,buy $495 an account add to it regularly{ and watch it grow BIG, used in the newest advantages
auto finishes it has many -

1957 FORD V8, Radio & Heater, UA5 over conventional oil

Z .' 2 door Stnd. Transmission thanks interest rates. for the future base paints.
,.",29TFORD, 2 door, Standard .&.45 to our high Prepare (Las Plat fai t liftmatiM Srnkt)

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< -1958 CHEVROLET V8..4 door,
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Second Car _
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D,; LOT NO. 2 Wholesale : LOT HO. 1 Wholesale architectural design, andcan

1 41 4 So. Monroe Prices 327 No. Adams Prices be kept in topnoteh condition
without constant refurbishing or

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Sept. 2 at the Sopchoppy Cafe. WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS
: SOPCHOPPY NEWS Minutes of County 4
, < New members accepted to the club Thursday, September 5, 1963TallaKassee

By LOUISE C. SAPP were Mr., S. E. Roddenberry and School Board .
' Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp have Mr. Warren Harden. Woodville Lumber Co. : I

,; ,returned home from St. Peters Mrs. Leah Reynolds has re- The Wakulla County School

,'., !burg, Fla., where ,they were calledto turned home from the Tallahassee Board met in Special Session at :

I the death of his mother, Mrs Memorial Hospital after spending 8:00 p.m., August 27, 1963, for the '. 1.

Sarah J. Sap, 86. of 4528-9th several days there. purpose of discussing the Insurance '. Lumber Building Supplies"We ,

.. Ave. South, who dred suddenly Major and Mrs. William Diehl Program. The Chairman Mr. ,<,

Monday August 26, 1963. Born and children of Eglin Air Force Crum, called the meeting to order Flowers <&.Candy Inc. :"f' !

; in Chipley, Fbu, came to St. Base visited Mr. and Mrs. L. C. with the following members pres- Need And Appreciate Your

Peersburg 44 years from there. Sapp Mdtoday, Sept. 2. They were ent: Mr. Gowdy, Mr. Posey, Mr. '-
r' She was a member of the Church enroute home ,after spending the Paulk and Mr. Roddenberry. 1 COMPLETE FLORIST SERVICE

C" of God, St. Petersburg. She. is Labor Day Weeken4.wtth friendsin Moved by Mr. Paulk and sec-

survived by two sons: L. C. Sapp of Orlando. ," onded by Mr. Gowdy that the Business" ,
Sopchoppy and Robert E. Sapp Sr. Board award the Fleet Automobile l
CRAWFORDVILLE Insurance Program to Russ InSurance '- ,
St. Petersburg, Fla. Two daugh- ,
ormerly Tillman's >
ters: Mrs. Clinton E. Marsh, St. PERSONALS Agency in Crawfordville. and Price GuaranteedRoss "

Petersburg, and Mrs. P. M. Osteen, Voting for the motio nwas Mr. Quality ;/ 105. EAST JEFFERSON STREET .,

of Gulf Hammoch, Fla.; 11 grand- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pelt and Paulk, Mr. Gowdy, Mr. Posey, Mr.

children; 12 greatgrandchildren.Funeral children spent the weekend in Roddenberry and Mr. Crum.

services were held Birmingham, Ala., visiting Mrs. Moved by Mr. Roddenberry and Hannon, Owner

Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Barnes Pelt's sister and family.Mr. seconded by Mr. Posey that the

& Yapp Funeral Home, Reverend and Mrs .Robert Stone and Board employ Miss Marie V. 1 1TALLAHASSEE .
Guy Mitchell officiated. Music was family from Montgomery and Mr. Hampkins as secretary to Shade- PHONE/ 224.5023 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDAor

by John Miller, organist. Pall- and Mrs. Clarence Rehwinkel and vile High principal. THEATRES I WA 6-3301 ,
bearers consisted of the nephews; children from Pensacola, visited Voting for the motion was Mr. -zTh CRAWFORDVILLE

Mr. Ronald Crosby was also a their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. i Roddenberry, Mr. Posey, Mr. Gow- STATENow 1
pallbearer and is the nephew of Rehwinkel over the Labor Day',.dy, Mr. Paulk and Mr. Crum. FLORIDA

Mrs. L. C. Sapp. Interment was weekend. They all spent Sundayat Moved by Mr. Gowdy and sec- .

in Memorial Park Cemetery, St. the Rehwinkel cottage at Alligator onded by Mr. Paulk that the Board SPECIAL THURSDAY, FRIDAY

,PetersburgFlorida.. Point. adjourn. -
Mrs. Florida Roberts and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Wooten Smith, Voting for the motion was Mr. Showing Today thru Saturday and SATURDAY

Carolyn Sue visited the Terry Selena and Tim spent the weekendin Posey Mr. Paulk, Mr. Gowdy, Mr. i

Lands in Panama City,.Tuesday of Quincy, visiting Mrs. Smith's Roddenberry, and Mr. Crum. Jack Lemmon Bob Cummings: Fresh Grade "A" FRYERS 29c.ROUND .
parents.Mr. H. A. CRUM,
last week. '
Shirley MacLaine Annette Funicello
Terry Barwick, son of Mr. and Fred Keightley and son, ChairritanC. STEAK Ib. 79c
Mrs. Braxton Barwick has re- Gregory, spent the weekend in L. TOWNSEND PARTY"DOUCE" ,

turned home from Hawaii, wherehe Crystal River, Florida.Mr. Superintendent. "IRMALA "BEACH
was serving with the U.s. and Mrs. William Gigson left ,

Welcome home Thursday to make their home in 'Cook BACON lb. 29c
Army. Terry. Named WHITE I.
Mrs.Maribeth Crum, of Tallahassee Clovis, New Mexico, where Mr.

is visiting with her par- Gibson is stationed with the Air Coordinator Pure HOG LARD Vi gal. ,. 39c I IGold
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Laurice Roberta Force. Mrs. Gibson is the former PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN ,

while her husband, Smiley Mary Louise Forbes TALLAHASSEE. Fla. (SpecialJ. ) OUTDOOR ON WOOBVILLE HWY. Cross Evap MILK 3 for 39c ,
Crum is with the armed forces Miss Patsy Anderson of Sop- Edwin Larson,State Treasurerand nHSSS BBBl ,

choppy will replace Mrs. Gibson in Insurance Commissioner, said BANANAS Ib 10c'Tetley
for few weeks.
a .
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Land and the office of C. L..Townsend, Supt. that Remus Cook has been named Friday and Saturday Today thru Saturday ,
of Public Instruction, in the court Senior Citizen coordinator in the Guy WilliamsHeidi Joey Dee
son Tracy of Panama City, visited house. Tallahassee Office. Bruchi Gary Crosby TEA, 1 2-8 oz. pkg 2 for 2ScShop

with Mr. Land's parents, Mrs. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob and Mr. Cook will work with Frank "CAPTAINSINDBAD" 'TWO TICKETS
C. Sapp, over the Labor Day week Harvey Alexander Here For Your Fall Seed anFertilizer.
children returned Monday from a Coordinator for TO PARIS"

end.We were happy to have Mr. Labor Day weekend trip to Mobile, Senior Citizen Services, in provid- Co-Feature Co-Feature

Wayne Roberts in Sopchoppy, Ala. They visited friends and ing insurance information and ad- Frankie Avalon Sandra Dee .

Labor Day. members of Mrs. Harvey's family. vice to senor citizens in Gadsden, Lloyd Bochner"DRUMS Peter Fonda
Jefferson, Leon, Wakulla, and SHOP and SAVE ATPIGOTT'S
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones and Sunday, they enjoyed a gathering .
son John David accompanied son of some forty members of Mrs.Harve's Liberty counties. THE DOCTOR"it's
"This ne wprogram. for senior STORelIEDART
immediate family, including -
Franklin Jones to Newton, Miss.,
citizens will provide a needed serv-
where Franklin will attend school her mother and father, one .
ice for the senior, citizens of the
at the Clark Memorial College. sister and.four brothers.
They returned home Mr. W. R. Porter of Mulberry, area covered by the Tallahassee t
Monday, Sep-
Office," Larson said. We give TOP VALUE Stamps
tember 2. spent the weekend with his daughter .
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Rarl Rob Mrs. S. B. Forbes, Jr. and The new Senior Citizen Service

erts and girls of Tallahassee Mr. Forbes. Section will work closely with t ( I
were senior citizens, clubs and organizations 'p fall 1
the dinner guest Sunday of Eddie Bob Porter has returned from .
Earl's mother, Mrs. Delma Rob- Portland,,Oregon, and is spending I I' in the area. The Senior .
Citizens Service Director will devote
erts. While here they visited Mr. a few days with his parents, Mr. gab
all of his time to coordinatingthe .
and Mrs. A. L. Porter.
and Mrs. Buster Mathis. and fam-
activities of the new division. g _line
Mrs. Rufus Tucker, Sr. enjoyeda
ily.Mr. "Too many of-our senior citizens, ,
Ausley Carraway is visiting family reunion over the holiday I
in their anxiety to obtain adequate
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. weekend. About 15 members of .
insurance have been buy- ALWAYS SAVE WHEN
coverage "
Burl Caraway over the week-end. her family were presentMr
ing from non-licensed C1
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Barwick and Mrs. Kenneth Gearhartand companies ;
I i
which on the surface appear to
and son Gregory' of Tallahassee family of Tallahassee visited o'pe
offer lucrative benefits but in YOU BUY GRAMLING'SSee
visited with Mrs. Barwick's par- Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Forbes over
reality provide only disappointment. .. .
ents, Mr. and Mrs. 'S. E. Rodden- the holidays. )
It will be out duty to do _
berry. Bob Wright who is stationed at ,
.McDil Air Force Base everything possible to see that our BACK TO SCHOOL t
Mr. Hayden Gray, of Smith spent the elder citizens receive .
Creek, served as Counselor duringthe holiday weekend with his parents, protection," Larson said. Us For All of Your
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wright. '
months at the

anda summer Camp, which is located Waway-at Mr. and Mrs. Murray- McLaughlin which"These usually unlicensed advertise companies by mail,, Fall Gardening Needs! .. :t ( : 1
returned last
New York City, and is the largest Thursday Trom are not regulated by the State. .... ( ; \
South Florida where they
YMCA camp the world. He was This makes it difficult for the t
also "directorof the Nature' Program their honeymoon. They are at t .
policyholder to recover premium or Garden Seeds '
there. He is the son of Mr. home on Chauncy St., in Tallahas receive benefits," Larson added. .:,: 47? \

and Mrs. Truman Gray, and a
"The law the 1963
passed by
graduate of Sopchoppy High see.ST. MARKS NEWSMrs. InsecticidesGarden ,
School. Hayden is now attending Legislature, sponsored by the State : .....
L. E. Branch, Leesburg, Insurance Department, permitting
Junior Mari-
Chipola College at
anna. Ga., and Mrs. Pearl Vause, Wood- (.any Florida licensed agent to sell ., Supplies :- I \

ville, visited with their mother, health insurance for any company I
Mrs. Ethel Morrison has been re-
Mrs. Linnie Oliver during the permitted to do business in Florida .
leased from the Tallahassee Me- '
week. is a big step forward in sup- Field Fence .
morial Hospital; we are happy to .
Rev. and Mrs. Earl Sapp and plying health needs of our senior -
have her home. .:
son of Jacksonville Beach spent citizens. ",
Mrs. Kathryn Wheelus visited Fertilizer "
the weekend here with her par- "Until a better plan is provided,
her in Alabama last week.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ward, we are moving forward with every \

end.Mr. Mrs. Ward returned home with resource we have to provide health Feeds I +
and Mrs. Robert McCauleyand them for a visit. insurance protection for Florida'selder ,RY. i if

daughter Gisele, from Albany, Lt. Col. and ,Mrs. Albert H. Hol- citizens," Larson said. 1
Ga., visited with Mrs. McCauley's man from Tampa and Mr. and f I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Har- 1I
Mrs. Ben Linton from Orlandowere
den, over the Labor Day week-end. weekend guests of Mr. and Sometimes storage batteries O. I. GRAMLING and CO.

Weekend guests of the Harnes Mrs.'Steve Coggins, Mr. and Mrs. .used in outboard motors drip elec- : 1I I
families inside the boat. It is important ;
were Mrs. Loretta Smith Earl Alcorn of Tallahassee joined 1010 S. ADAMS ''Phone 223-0173. '
and Mrs. Irene Altman of Wabas to wash this off promptlywith ,,-
them for the day on Sunday.
fresh water and PLENTY OF FREE PARKING "SPACE- ,
soap or
so, Fla., and the J. F. Kilbourn Mr. and Mrs. Waymon, Berry detergent suds.

family of Panama City. left earlier this week_ to make .. -I
Rev. Luther Stokes of Monticello their home in Cadiz, Calif. Mr.

visited briefly here on Monday, Berry was an employee of Semi-
enroute to a funeral in Panama nole Asphalt Refinery.Mrs. .

City.Mrs. Paul M. Kreager and chil- Cer ff1jd \
Joe Williams has returnedto dren have returned to their homein I

Palm Springs, Calif., where she Atlanta after a visit with Mr. p//is/ow
is employed.A and Mrs. Paul T. Kreagor

fish fry was held Monday, Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Bice of

Sept. 2 at Wood Lake. Those at- Douglasville, Ga., visited with .
'y.K.1 :
tending were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas.Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Watts over

Porter, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Emory the weekend. Rev. Bice is the

Greene an dfamily Mr. and Mrs. former pastor of the St. Marks s1 0 0 0 0 0 Oqi

Nelse Roddenberry and daughter, Baptist Church. ,

Cort Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Louise. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. McDonell 4

Posey and family; Mr. I very Smith,,!land sons of Tampa were the week- -
Mrs. Wesley Smith, Thomas Por-tend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S.

I ter, Jr., and Mist Jane Roberta. Cogdill. miss pat

Visitors of Mr. and-Mrs. Delbert' Mrs. Daisy Ewing of Carrabelle 8&t

Roberta and 'family included Mr.''n'\ited with her sisters, Mrs..

and Mrs. O. S. Moore of Lake Bertie Coggins and Mrs. Ruby
Ward last week. The ladies enjoyed ..
City Mrs. Nellie Parker.Mr. .
and Mrs.. Amos LangsUn a shopping tour in Tallahas- 4. rs

returnedhome from a recent
{Ibve I with their son, Ronald and: see.Mrs.. Kate Fairdoth of Talla- -i : : -

of Huntsville Alabama. hassee visited with Mr. and Mrs.J. __
Mrs. Leila Sutton is visiting Lynn- Sunday. PAT.....Fit with a capital "F" are
Mrs. Ruth Rowan for several days.A Mrs. Allie Mae Roberts spent ,.- the by-word for these well-loved /
youth rally will be held Sat- the' Labor Day weekend in Lee a regimental The skirts -- either the
with Rev. and Mrs. Charles Hous- "A"-flare. or the slim-lined In 50%
urday night, Sept. 7 at the Sop- Fortrel Polyester S0% cotton. Olive
and children.
ton .
choppy Congregational Church. Orleans ALTHOUGH HE "ATE CROW" Homer E. Hooks (left). Lakeland, congratulatedJames wood charcoal navy and khaki. Top
Churches participating in the rally Mr. Tommy Pittard weekend-ot New of- Jimmy) Kynes Tallahassee, volunteer state chairman of the 1963 educational and fund' them with casual cotton shirts roll-
wars the guest sleeved and convertible-collared in
will be Sopchoppy, Carrabelle, Mrs. Lea Lynn and Donna. raising Crusade of the Florida Division of the American: Cancer Society. Kynes and 65,000 beautiful striped coordinating combinations -

Panacea, and Medart. Refreshments The Christian Society of St. other volunteers this year raised $1,100,000 in voluntary contributions from citizens and business of olive wood, bright navy and
wil Ibe served free following Churchon interests throughout the: state to further support the Society's ycr-r: and cancer: : control deep red, also solid cotton oxford.
Marks met at the Baptist
the program. The public is Tuesday to discuss the improvement programs> of public and professional education, sakes research and patient services. Under Sires S-1S, 616r. .
cordially invited to attend. Startling auditoriumand Hooks leadership in 1962 a Crusade fund record of more than 1,000,00 was raised: for the

time wil the 'I:30" of the church for the boothat first time.: ; Both Kynes and Hooks are elated about the results and extend personal thanks to -' .-J." I

The Sopchoppy Lions Club met the to fair.make plans .all volunteers and contributors who again participated in Florida's continuing fight against .': fi

in regular session Monday night c cancer. I

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