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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 12, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME6S-NUMBER.3, I ( CRAWFORDVILLE,' FLORIDA Thursday, September 12.. 1963 =1 I .' I
t Price lOc Per Copy
f ,ASC Election Results Family Night j 't.h'-'rL... [:"'", ..,..........=.",... .. "' .
; "fi' -:-?.",...:..."-<:i.:;;;r' !i i. 7E.r: ii'E. :,",, ,,1, .' !' _. '..:.-,.,,. ./:'-,..... t- ..z,._ Paradise
'v ;<" .va. .' < Plantation
Are AnnouncedThe Termed SuccessfulThe _.' .- .; > ; l' ;'t : -q

results; of the ASC county dedication ceremonies of the :' ;' ," :;, > : : : ;', : ;; :';: y.f. '\ .

committee election Wakulla Livestock Pavillion and ..J, : .
recently completed *...< ,. y*; ..Lk'* ..." _"1.._ Resort
r the Annual Chamber of Popular
were announced today by Commerce r & If''''' ; ;P' on
the Agricultural Stabilization and Family Night and Fish Fry, has ** '
Conservation Service County 6fIt been classified as successful ac- ; *t ;

fice. Acting County Office Man- cording to O. E. Hendrickson, : : ;lil.:% : River

It' '. that ager 116 William farmers D. Pridgeon and ranchers,, reports in merce.President of the Chamber of Com I ,:* : : := : Crystal

It the hustle, and bustle of the work-a-day
the county voted in this year's an- has been estimated that some ;. : : ,
nual balloting. 800 to 1,000 people attended the : -- : world yet conveniently 'ocated just off heavily traveled U.S.'
,
The men elected to the committee affair last Saturday afternoon. .. \ ; ,;; < : ; ", Highways 98-19, only a stones throw from the quiet fishing-

which will take office October Hendrickson said that the workof village of Crystal River, Florida, Paradise Plantation Hotel
1 and serve for a one the Wakulla County Jaycees, ;
year period and
; .tr : Country Club offers the guest everything could
through September 30, 1964 are: had much to do with making the: ""' .. J one
s : desire for a week or a weekend.An .
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Clayton P. Taff-Chairman event a highlight of the year.

,1 J. K. Moore-Vice ChairmanJ. It has beeen reported that some ;.". :- ; 18 hole championship golf ,
C. Kyle, Jr.-Regular Member 800 pounds of mullet was served T. : L .... course, beautiful swimming pool,
I; Hormer R. Harvey-First Alternate along with gallons of tea and" fresh and salt water fishing, and Boy Believed
e hu hpuppies. boating round out the activitiesfor
George H. Strickland-Second Music furnished by both the ." the sports minded at this year
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Victim
Alternate Crawfordville and Sop c hop p Y around resort.Comfortable. Of Hit '
The ASC county committee is school bands added flavor to the well appointed ,

responsible for local administration occasion. Local citizens are proudof rooms large in size, dressing room Run Driver
of national farm programs the achivements of these two and full bath make the guests stayan
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dealing with production adjust groups, especially the Crawford eel enjoyable one.
ment, price support, conservation ville band which is in only its sec- yA A spacious dining room that affords SOPCHOPPY A 14-year-oH
assistance, and special emergency ond year of operation.The t a pool-side atmosphere and Negro boy, found dead alongside

I [type programs as assigned by the Jaycees sponsored dance 1n. allows the diner a vista of,winding urday highway was 319 declared near here the early Sat

[Secretary of Agriculture and Con- that followed the festivities at the canals and islands covered with a hit and run driver by victim WanDa of

i reas. The County Agricultural I pavillion was well attended. tropical| vegatation lend a pleasantair County Judge George Harper

, (Agent is an ex-officio_ member of Hon. Doyle Conner, Commissioner to the guest. Serving a menu Hosey Peterson, a resideat of
,the ASC county committee and advises of Agriculture commended the -44 -J of entrees that even a connoisseur Sopchoppy was discovered by aa.
the committee in carryingout flag raising ceremony performed j will talk about, food is one of the other youth four miles east of his
these assigned responsibilities. by the Jake Pigott Post of the 1 I resorts epitome. home at 3:30 ante
American Legion, saying that A popular rendezvous is th i Harper, who also serves as
I since his visit behind the Iron "Divot Bar", where a moxologist county coroner, placed the time
Baptist ChurchG.As Curtain in Russia and its Satte- prepares your favorite refreshment of death between 1 a.m. when
lite Countries, when he sees the and muted strains from th young Peterson was last teen
Elect OfficersThe flag of the United States that he tb nightly appearance -of a talented ealive. and 3:30: when he was
.. a... a found.
nas a ox organist sets the evening mood.
Intermediate G.A/S of the deep iceiing gratitude AUI An autopsy
First Baptist Church have elected our country and our way of life. Alligator Lagoon at Homosassa Springs just a short drive fromParadise Plantation Crystal River, Your genial host Dan Haselmire C. W. Ketchum performed of Tallahassee by Dr.
officers for the first three months The recognition that was shownto manager unobstruaively sees to it i t revealed the youth suffered
of their meetings. The officers are I the Board of County Commissioners that your stajr is enjoyable and 1 vere internal injuries. se-

as follows: I < the Chamber of Commerce your wishes are met by his staff I Preliminary investigation revealed
President Kathy' Strickland the Junior Chamber of fi- of friendly, efficient, employees. the youth suffered a se1 .-
r Vice-Preaident-Ginger Russ Commerce, American Legion Post Paradise' Plantation Hotel and 1 vere cut on the head but did not
Secretary-Margaret Xittrell .and other who ,participated; by __ County Club is only a' few hours appear to have been struck by a
Treasurer-Faye Kittrell state officials, Leon County officials drive from Tallahassee, Orlando, vehicle.
Community Missions Janet City of Tallahassee, and, Tampa, St. Petersburg areas. It's Assistant State Attorney Harry
Naiworth the, Tallahassee Chamber of Com- 100 deluxe rooms and conventionfacilities Morrison said either the head cut
.r 7 the
or
'.. Prayer Chairman-Kay Kittrell 1 I merce indicates a close relationship r is rapidly' becoming th ficlent to internal'injuries cause death. "The were sate boy-
Program Chairman-Ann Moore among the area people. place to go on Florida's Gulf was apparently thrown through
Forward Steps Chairman-San To use an old phrase, a good Coast., Summer and winter rates the air when hit by the vehicle,
J dra Harper time] was had by all. are available upon request. resulting in few visible injuries,"
Social. Chairman-Linda GoldenMissions he said..

,j Chairman-Laura J'' Cancer Group Wakulla County Sheriffs depu-
Council.- 'W.M.C. CircleTo .. ties, assisted by the Florida Sher-
Reporters-Janet Nazworth and i Elects.Officers. ills bureau and state Highway
Faye Kittrell Meet Patrol are conducting a search
The Wakulla Unit of the American for the vehicle which killed the
The Intermediate GA.'s area The Crawfordville WMU Circle Cancer Sosiety met Monday boy. .

having a Spaghetti Supper, Tues will meet at the home of Mrs. R. night for tis annual meeting and A coroner's Jury has been impaneled -
day, September 17, for a funtimeE. Whaley Sept. 16, 1963, 9:30 election of officers for 1963-64. but Harper said the decision

get-together. a.m. for the purpose of completions Mrs. Essie Mae Cogdill was reelected on whether to call an in-
The G.A/8 are proud to have a I of the study of the book "Annie president for the chapter,I quest will be held up pending
their leader Mrs. Kay Strickland''Armstrong" by Elizabeth Marshall Bernard Wilson was renamed vice i further investigation.Sopchoppy .

Evans. Through the study of this president, and Mrs. Gilbert Gowdy,,
Honor Society Taps book the women of our church will fT treasurer.Dr. .
be inspired by the life of the first Oren Smith of Tallahassee: High

Juniors and Seniors corresponding secretary of Memorial was the speaker of the School News

t I Friday, Sept. 6 the Crawford- Women's Missionary Union, Auxil- htLi; Ifj evening.Mrs.' .
vile Senior Chapter of National lary.to the Southern Baptist Convention Ruth Nielson of the Tallahassee By June Roberta
and a great Christian office presented a."Dis- We began another year of
Honor Senator Luther
Society tapped six membersof Tucker (left), Doyle Conner, Commissioner
the senior class and seven members woman, Annie Armstrong, 1850- B. K. Roberts exchange greetings at last Saturdays dedication of of Agriculture the Wakulla, and Former Chief Justice utinguished I+ Service," citation to studying, classes, bells ringing,
1938. All ladies invited Paradise Plantation Hotel and County Livestock Partition. Mrs. Gogdill. homework, and testa Monday,
of the junior class for are to at- Country Club Crystal River, Florida near Homasassa Springs ;,;
the
Gulf one of
memt Coasts
fine resorts. class elected
bership. Using the theme "Sym Bobby Paulk, Crusade chairman August 26. The Senior -

phony of Opportunity" the present .- Names reported that the total for the officers for the school year.
members compared the basic qual-' Kennedy drive for $1,023.59 which exceeded They are: President, Mark Rod-

ities, scholarship, leadership, char- Mrs. S. A. Coxwell w Postmaster GeneralMr. 1 the goal set for Wakulla county.He .denberry; Vice President, George
Taf said that wise Wa- ]Eddie Crum Sherida
acter and service to the musical Honored HereMrs. tea: percentage ; Secretary,
groups of an orchestra.The John A. (Austin) Gronou- kulla County ranked 4th in the i Sanders; Treasurer, Jimmy Hend-
new members repeated their: S. A Coxwell was honored ; ski, 43, of Madison, Wisconsin, state this year and achieved 163% ;r
with a stork shower Thurs. night, : named today by President Ken-' above goal. i Judy Chason.
the
pledge as given by principal,
Mr. Harold Blanton and were pre- Sept. 5 in the educational buildingof nedy to be Postmaster- General, Unit President Mrs. Cogdill The cheerleaders, who will be
First Church. About 47 brings to the 20billiondollarayear to boost football team
sented the clubs colors and mem- Baptist presented Mr. Paulk with a "Cer-helping the
bership cards by the sponsors, {guests were present. Postal' Service an outstanding I tificate of Appreciation," for his'on to victory, (and from the size
Miss Ruth Dix and Mrs. Dorothy I.' Mrs. Coxwell was presented an background in economics, govern- work in the drive. of the squad, I think we'll be need-

Miller. The following members'early American baby bed by ment and" public administration.Mr. Paulk said that without the helpof ing it) are Patsy Roberta, Cap-
Gleaners and Married Peoples Commisisoner of tain Sue Judy
Young co-chairman Jimmy Helms and ; Betty McLaughlin,
.Core Helen
were tapped: Jerry ...
Adams, Sandra Harper, Barbara Sunday School classes and the Wisconsin State Departmentof the support of the workers the Chason, Dorothy Gray, Lynda
School teachers. Many Taxation at Madison since 1959, Strickland, and Nena Strickland.
Jernigan, Donna Lynn, Ann Moore, Sunday Crusade would not have been as
Margaret Kittrell, Beatrice Dug- other lovely gifts were received. y." holds Bachelor, Masters and Doctoral successfuL The team opens its season againstthe
Fal- Degrees in economics from Crusade reporting by areas Liberty County (Bristol) Bull-
Cotton Gerald
,
gar corn,, Cynthia Mike Harvey, Susan Ladd -, ......:;.;, the University of Wisconsin.He were: Wakulla 57.00; Spring dogs there, September 20. The

and Jerry Spears. Sopchoppy 7th was born at Dunbar, Wisconsin Creek :5.00; ; Aaran 7.85; public is urged to attend this game
October 26, 1919, is married and team.
Chairman Rabenan, president of HSoDchoDDy 112.48; Crawfrrdville support our
the local chapter conducted the E acts Officers (wife, Mary) and the father of 176.83; Newport We are happy over the enrollment -
two daughters (Stacy, 10 and I 16.85; ivan 45.55; cannisters of two new students i in our
service and ahe was assisted by],
The 7A section of the Sopchoppy
|Julie 7). high school. Frank Jones,
members Ann Nails Annb 35.87; Buck In Road 20797. They are
,
present h Grade elected class officers
When confirmed by the Senate, I Mrs. Cogdill reported that the who came here from Tampa and
Lambert Sandra Spears and DianStrickland. Wednesday] at the first '
morning Mr. Gronouski will become theh I ladies in Panacea are still making, Paul Saw, who transferred from
official class meeting of the year. 59th man to head the U. S. Postal
} j pads| for use in the county. Tallahassee's Augusta Raa.
They are as follows: System and the 49th since the Mrs. Neilson said that the whole The Senior class is sponsoring a

George CarrawayPresidentColumbus & Postmaster General became a cabinet -Tallahassee District were quota car wash at the school Saturday so

Town Meeting White-Vice President / member. toppers for the Crusade. j everyone bring your cars on dews

Held In St. Marks Glenda Quigg-Secretary ._ .:' Following the meeting coffee and let them show you what alf'1f! e- ,
Darlene Martinez Treasurer '
I
.... .- cake was served. Job they'll do. They will began
Town of St.'Marks felt consider- Starr Rudd-Student Council ." .... .-,. ,&........., (washing at 9:00 A.M.
RepresentiveMr. ,, .. ; ,:_,.',,, I
ably; richer Tuesday night when S ., ,,.
Edwin Barfield is the classsponsor. +,F\,\,..\t 7.. -'"" '
they met.Howard. forwardto ", .,.'..,.-. ..-. ."". :: .,; Work a While sleeping, use your pillow For longer,more attractive Balls,
We
are looking to increase neck's beauty.
your
Williams, attorney forth ': ;, make a habit of pushing back
Town, presented warrants for the school year and expectingto ,<. The men j If you sleep on your back pushyour cuticles with a towel after each
Church pillow aside so that
-: in your washing.
the. cigarette tax that has been accomplish much. 1'1' a work day neck will be straight and uncreated. .
on
the """ there.'s If s
accumulating for past eighteen you .upon your
:months. .: tinue side, push your pillow underyour Eyes set far apart? Briny eyebrow
Operation head next to your shoulderso lines closer together and
Almost |",&00 was turned over Avoid obviously rouged cheek : underway at : that your head doesn't bend shorten at outer ends.
to the town treasurer. by putting one dot on the widest "" your neck and fall forward.. .
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No action was taken by the part of your rouge areas: grinning September 1<;at causing your neck. to fold into
or smiling,and blending the AU of the men wrinkles. If your eyes are set closely together -
Commissioners on the power franchise color up and out, according to ticipate or to pluck eyebrows to start
at the meeting. your natural smiling contour. farther apart from each other.
Never apply rouge in a circle. Alligator Paradise Lagoon at Homoessaa Springs, just a abort drive froa they cannot be Roughness of foot skin will yieldto Be careful to keep a' ratta**!
Plantation Crystal River Florida. daily creaming with your curve and natural "bairttw"shape
hand lotion. where you pluck.
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f WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS f FOR SALE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF' THE NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Buy House
2 r 4 SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF TAX DEED TAX DEED
Thursday September 12,1196SWAKULLA PEAK'S FLORIDA IN AND FOR WAKULLA Sea 194.16. F.S. See. 114.11. F.S.
DRY CLEANING PLANT COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. lid NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
f ( NOTICEBoard Sylvia Ann Ausley. John Strickland. Sr. the holder of the John Strickland. Sr.. the holder of the With High
Equipment and Building. Living Plaintiff. following certificates has filed said following certificates has fUed said
of County Commissioners Vs. certificates for a tax deed to be Issued certificates for a tax deed to be issued
quarters in rear. Modern equip' 24 Ronnie Lee Ausley. Sr.. thereon. The certificate numbers and thereon. The certificate numbers Resale Value
ment. Going business. Selling due |will hold a meeting September DIVORCE years of issuance the description of and years of Issuance the description
AM. to hear complaints or I .the property .and the names in which of the property, and the
COUNTY NEWS'Telephone to illness.In at 7:30 I ORDER OF PUBLICATION ; It was assessed are as follows: names In which it was assessed are as
porrection I on budget and budget,STATE OF FLORIDA TO: I! I II. Certificate No. 19 follows: Experienced home buyers
.for approval Ronnie Lee Ausley. Sr.. Year of Issuance 1961 Certificate No. 14-33-37 think about selling a new house
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WAlnut 6-3301 will be brought up I I.I Address Unknown. Description of Property Beginning at Year Issuance 1961 before they buy it. This
jand adoption. ', You are hereby notified that a eomjplaint the waters edge of Ochlocknee River Description of Property As per deed even
the Court of for divorce has been filed against cm the west side of State Road 10. 1. bok 46. page 395. Lot 2. Block "H" makes good sense since the average
the
County Judge '
Wakulla County Florida. Moody Pearce you in the Circuit Court of Wakulla.County. thence run North 87 feet to R/W of. Aqua de Vida. and Lots 14 and 15 home owner moves approximately .
In re: Estate of Clerk of Court Florida. in Chancery. You are: laid State Road 10 to Ochlocknee Block "U" Aqua de Vida.
Edward N. Warner Deceased. thereby required to file (personally or River thence along river to POB: Name in which assessed M. E. every ten years.
In Probate. by attorney) with the Clerk of said: the above tract of land being in Sec Rowel. Ella Mae Allen and John H. Prime factors in assuring good
,
; Virginia Keightley '.. ,..*. ---, Editor To All Creditors and Persons Having Court and send for a copy the of plaintiff the same your to) tion 2. Township 6s. Range 3w. Varraker. resale value are quality building
Claims Demands Said the attorney Name in which assessed Dave Smith. An of said property being in the
or Against
{Estate: written defenses. if any to the before complaint -) An of said property being in the County of Wakulla. State of Florida. materials. Other points include
J 1 You and each of you are hereby __- in said cause on or fail not]| County of Wakulla. State of Florida. Unless such certificate or certificates floor plan number of bedrooms
Herein
September 23. 1963. Unless such certificate or certificates shall be redeemed according to law the
claims notified and and demands required to which present you any or or Judgment by default will be entered'!, .shall] be redeemed according to law property described in such certificate location, schools, and improvements
rt' Shop against you.WITNESS. -i the described in such win be sold made the owners.
either of you. may have against the Barber seal of property cer- or certificates to the by
the
Crawfordville Florida Dees hand and
Entered at estate of Edward N. Warner deceased my tificate or certificates will be sold to highest bidder at the court housed A. M. Watkins in his book I
late of said County to the County said Court at Crawfordville. Walkup the highest bidder at the court house on the first Monday in Month of
as second class matter. Subscription Judge of Wakulla County. Florida, at 2238 South: Monroe .. County. Florida this 20th door on the first Monday in Month of October. 1963. which is the 7th day "Building or Buying the High-
.. his office in the court house of said .August. 1963. October. 1963. which Is the 7th day of October 1963. Quality House at Lowest Cost"

rate: $3.00 per year. County six calendar at Crawfordville.months from Florida the withIn time BOYS HAIRCUTS $1.00 ..1"i J.(H. Hudson ) I of Dated October.this 1963.5th day of September. 1963.Dated this 5th day of September points out that the use of quality

of fate P. O. Box 88Crawfordville. 1963. Pearce materials adds only five to seven
.. first publication of this notice. week Friday Florida Moody
1 Two copies of each claim or demand .Open 6 days a for Plaintiff. Moody Pearce Clerk of Circuit Court of Wa- cent to total construction
Attorney Clerk of Circuit Court of per
shall 'be in writing and shall state the kulla County. Florida.
I place of residence and post office ad- Till 8p.m. /s/Moody Pearce Pearce i Wakulla County. Florfida Sept. 12-19-26. Oct. 3 costs.When added to the mortgage
Moody
If You Need. of the claimant. and shaH beawoni'to Clerk Circuit Court.Wakulla Sept. 121926. Oct. 3 payments on an average $20,000 I

attorney by and the claimant his agent or Four master barbers to County. Florida. I house the increased cost is only I
Office Supplies fee of dollar accompanied by a filing Aug. 22-29. Sept. 5-1* month he estimates.UL .
one and such claim or demand serve you. about $7 a ,
Business Machines not so filed shall be void. 3

Office FurnitureSee H.As H.administrator dardy of the Estate IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE: Budget FOr The Fiscal Year Ending September SOth..t964 Label ImportantA
of As executor of the Last Will DEE COOK. Owner SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND roof of UL-labeled asphalt
and Testament of .. FOR WAKULLA COUNTY FLORIDA.. .
or item to !
.fall is quality
Edward N. Warner deceased IN CHANCERY. CASE NO.. GENERAL FUND i shingles one .
FLORENCE E. FONDA Wakulla County look for in a new house. Other
WHALEYat Aug. u.= '
RANEY .a. Sept. SJROOPEK PLAINTIFF look the
J I I VS.KENNETH. I asphalt shingles may
FONDA Warrant same but only those approved by
I Il DEFENDANT No. the Underwriters' Laboratorieshave I
:::Iaai1fIe4 -- DIVORCE 211 County Commissioners Salaries
.1 12000.00 ,
l technicians
been tested by UL
212 Clerks
CAPITAL OFFICEEQUIPMENT TOR SALSBoatT 25-foot Cabin.. NOTICE TO APPEAR Salary 3600.00
BMJ'QIap. 'THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: 214 Tax Assessors Salary 5.000.00 for fire resistance and per
CO. Bill SAYS Crosier New Motor.. 215 Tax Collectors
Mr. Kenneth Fonda SalarY .
5000.00 formance.The FH A requires that
Contact Jude Harper Fultonham. New York 216 Supervisor Registration Salary
f 319 South Adams St. {I RENEW YOURDRIVER'S CrawfordrUle Tel.. Office- You are hereby notified that a suit 219 Other Administrative Salaries 2.400.00 7.000.00 asphalt shingles have the UL I
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE for divorce has been brought against 221 Clerks Fees 500.00
FLORIDACLASSIFIED LICENSE WA-6-33U, Residence WA 6- you in the Circuit Court of Wakulla 2227 Inquests.. ,00.00 label.Wood windows
: DURING YOUR County. Florida In Chancery by ... Court House Maintenance 8.000.00 doors and are
sni. 'Florence E. Fonda, and you are here-' 262 Elections and Registrations ,OOO.OO another mark of quality. Because
j BIRTH MONTH by required to file with the Clerk of' 263 Advertising Tax Delinquent Lands 200 00 wood is effective insulating
I 265 Insurance an
1- the Circuit Court your written appearance 'I 3.000.00 1
I 269 Administrative Supplies and material wood windows help
in said suit and to serve a copy of Expense 1.500.00 ,
I I same on Plaintiffs Attorney on or '275 Salary Juvenile Judge 600.00 keep heating costs down while ,
[ a before the 17th dav of September. A. D.I 313 Salary Juvenile Counsel1or 1200.00
.1 ,1963. Herein fall not or the Bill in, 341 Maintenance County Jail 2.500.00 adding to comfort. They also are ,
.,I 1 this cause will be taken nro cnnfessn. MZ T: B. Patients ._ h _. 1800.00 attractive and easy to decorate.
FOR SALE 1962 Frigidaire Witness the Honorable W. Mav 562 Insanity Inquiries 5OO.OC durable
and windows of
: 'I' NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Walker. Judge of the said Court. and 671 Service Officer -- 120.00 Doors
range used 3 months. $100.00 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that J. H. Hudson, the holder of the followlnj the seal thereof at Tallahassee. Leon 689 Indexing Records V 2.000.00 ponderosa pine are available in
cash. Phone YU 4-2572 Panacea. certificates has filed said certificates for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The I County. Florida this 15 day of August 681 Agriculture 5.400.00 stock styles and sizes at
certificate numbers and years of issuance the description of the property. ..and ''A.D. 1963. 682 Forest Service .OOO.OO many
t the names in which it was assessed are as follows: George L. Harper 675 Mosquito Control 18000.00 local building supply dealers.
Certtfl- Name in Attorney at LawCrawfordville. 541 State Board of Health 14.000.00
cate Year of which .i Florida 680 County Development Authority 5000.00 Insulation Adds Value
No.. Issuance Description of property Assessed Moody Pearce 931 School Board 100000.00
I Clerk. Circuit Court 692 Panacea Channel 838.28 Thorough insulation, another
91 1956 E !4 of Lot 21 and E % of Lot 22. Block Mrs. Mary Sloan Wakulla County. Florida civil Defense 1000.00 factor that contributes to the
'I 2. Town of Panacea. Jacques 8-22. 29-04. 12 311 Salary County Judge 7500.00
241.A Maintenance Old Court House __:.....--_ 10.000,00 value of a house is one of the
23! 1857 As per deed recorded in DB 39 P-253 Carl A. Devene 699 Cat and Dog Program Inoculations etc 1000.00 most practical investments a
Public Records Wakulla County. Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE,931 Transfers Welfare 10000.00 home owner can make. Any extra
containing 8110f an acre in Lot 114 SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN ANI 4.00000
house to
for
TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 250.I8.28: expense insulating a
10y H.S. COUNTY FLORIDAIN
FOR WAKULLA
-RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES _
: 5.360.12 meet standards recommended b/
CHANCERY. CASE NO. TOTAL BUDGET _.__ __ ...
40 1998.Lot. 8, Bk] F. Agua De Vida Subdivision. D. B. Holland Edgar L. Greene. REVENUES AND RECEIPTS WAKULLA COUNTY -: $256.119.00 the National Mineral Wool Insulation

PUntiff FINE AND FOREITURE FUND Association rather than
8 1961 An undivided 1/11 Interest in all except Polly Whitehead VS. 130 ,
Taxes 3 Mills assessed valuation
on of 3500000.00 10500.00
200 acres"of Lot 82 H.S.. 14 6/11 acres. Robbie Nell Greene. 144 Fines and Forfeitures 18.000.00 minimum standards is quickly

Defendant 190 Transfers ,___ 10,000.00 returned in lower heating and
A3 1961 Lot 13 Panacea Shores A. W. Bishop DIVORCE -
bills and in
NOTICE TO APPEARThe cooling greater year-

State of Florida Tot TOTAL RECEIPTS 38,500.00 round comfort.
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Mrs. Robbie Nell Greene LESS 5 per cent ,. 1.925.00: Another feature that attracts
Route 1. Box (39
Warner Robins. Georgia 95 per cent OF ESTIMATED RECEIPTS = 36575.00 buyers to a house is a modern,
All of said property being in the County of Wakulla. State of Florida. You are hereby notified a suit for BALANCES TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASHM --- 1425.00 all-electric kitchen. A well-
Unless such certificate or certificates shall be redeemed according to law th Divorce has been brought against you ,
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property described in such certificate or certificates will be sold to the hlghes in the Circuit Court of Wakulla County TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES __$ 38000.00 planned kitchen is a strong resale -
THf bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday in the month of October Florida. In Chancery, by Edgar L. FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND ,. factor when it is equipped
1963. which is the 7th day of October. 1963. Greene and you are hereby required to WAKULLA COUNTY with automatically controlled
i Dated this 4th day of September 1963.Moody file with the Clerk of the Circuit Court 321 Clerks Fees .____,._.,_ ,t 300.00 an
Pearce your written appearance in said suit and 323 County Judges Fees None electric range, a large-capacity
Clerk of Circuit Court of to serve a copy- of same on Plaintffs 327 Prosecuting Attorney Fees 2000.00 electric refrigerator-freezer that
CHRISTIAnSClfnCf September 5-12-19-28 Wakulla County. Florida. Attorney on or before thel 80th day of 328 Witnesses and Jurors __ 1.000.00 and built-
needs no defrosting a
687 Fees. Game Commission
September A. D. 1963. Herein fail not Arresting 1000.00
or the Bill .in this cause wUl be takenpro 316 Salaries. Sheriff and Deputies 19,200.00 in electric dishwasher.
confesso. 364 Expenses other than salaries 8,200.00
s Witness the Honorable W. May Walker. 324 Equipment _. ._ 1900.00
Judge of the Said Court and the seal 369 Investigations 200.00 Right Roofing
.. thereof at Tallahassee Leon County
a' Florida this 26th day of August A.D. TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS ___ 33800.00
1963. RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: Snubs Storms
mOniTOR .:- .. .. {. George L. Harper 951-COUNTY 3.100.00 ,

\ .Attorney at LawCrawfordville. 952-SHERIFF : r.t\ 1.000.00
RainOnce
Florida J Repels
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TOTAL
$38,000.00ROAD
Wakulla County Florida
? BOBBY RUSS T. "". .'" Margaret S. Gray D. C. WAKULLA AND BRIDGE COUNTY FUND .
Pearce
Moody
'.. ._ .1". '".. Clerk Circuit Court 415 Labor 55.000.00 a vicious windstorm has
...J 422 Maintenance of Equipment 5.000.00
.
Aug. 29 Sept. 6-12-19 the skies
Accurate itself out and
blown
Complete Insurance Service .:'1 423 Gasoline and Oils 6000.00
424 Supplies and Insurance 2000.00 have emptied their last bucket
431 Roads. Bridges and Culverts 4000.00
Complete ;'.. ... I 834 Purchase Equipment 10000.00 ful of rain, some homes stand
I 452 Right of Way Expense =_ 500.00 seri
Auto Rates .: : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE unscathed, while others are
Up to 40% Discount on SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS 82500.00 ously damaged. Why?
News' FLORIDA II'( AND FOR WAKULLA RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES: 900.00
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. It may be a miracle, but more

James I. TRULL. TOTAL 83.400.00 likely it was foresight on the part
,
Plaintiff.Vs. WAKULLA COUNTY
Coverage- ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND of the home owners.
"A Finance Plan for the Working Man Margery C. TRULL. 100 U. S. Forest Service .$ 12000.00 The houses that suffer the least
Defendant. 112 State Gasoline Tax 60,000.00TOTAL
DIVORCE damage from wind and rain usually -

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 72,000.00LESS are those with wind-resistant
Printed STATE 9 per cent 3,600.00
m OF FLORIDA TO: roofing. If the roof holds, the interior .

AutoHomesHospitalizationReal Margery General Delivery C. Trull 95 per cent OF RECEIPTS _._, 68,400.00 of a house is protected
B05TPKLOS Marrero. Louisana. BALANCE TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH 15000.00 from the torrential rains that
ANGELES Estate- You are hereby notified that a com- and
83,400.00 hurricanes
TOTAL VV generally follow
plaint for divorce has been filed againstyou
LONDON In the Circuit Court of Wakulla WAKULLA GENERAL COUNTY FUND other windstorms, causing a major

County. Florida. In Chancery. You are 114 Railroad and Telegraph License 50.00 part of the costly damage.
hereby required to file (personally or
by with the Clerk of 130 Taxes 7 m1l1s on 3500000.00 24.500.00 Wind-resistant asphalt shinglesare
> WE BUY PULPWOOD TIMBER attorney) said 115 Race Track Funds =,000.00
Court and send a copy of the same to 137 Occupational Licenses 400.00 either self-sealing or inter

1 Year $22 6 Months $11 written the attorney for the plaintiff your. 116 Insurance Agents License 50.00 locking. The former have a fac
defenses. if any. to the complaint __ 400.00
3 Months $5.50 PHONE WA 63711CRAWFORDVILLE ;, in said cause on or before 138 151 Tax Beverage Assessors License Income 1.800.00 tory-applied adhesive that bonds
CK. this 4vrtimm and.return '. October 7. 1963. Herein fail nut or 135 Candidates Qua Fees 5,000.00 them firmly to shingles below;

S .*Meny order it with to:yow check or FLORIDA :' .. Judgment you.WITNESS by. default win be enteredagainst 155 County Judges Yees. 5'.000.00 the latter have slits or tabs to

The Christian Sci *ce MonitorOM 'iI"- my hand and the seal of TOTAL RECEIPTS 243.020.00 provide a tight joint with adjoining
: Norway Street said Court At Crawfordville. Wakulla
shingles.
ostM 1S. M***. County. Florida this 4th day of Sep 95 per cent OF RECEIPI'S' 230.169.00
tember 1963.Official BALANCE TO BE BROUGHT FORWARD: CASH ---;::---- 25.250.00 Those that carry the UL "windresistant" .
( Seal) label have met the I
-. .s J. H. HudsonP. TOTAL RECEIPTS AND BALANCES __ -__256119.00
.. O. Box 66 MOODY PEARCE Underwriters' Laboratories spec I
Crawfordville. Florida Clerk Circuit Court. .... ifications for weight fire resist. ,

: Attorney for Plaintiff ance and durability, as well as !
\ /s/Moody Pearce :
Tallahassee Business Firms Moody Pearce for wind resistance.
';' Clerk Circuit Court. After touring Texas coastal

Wakulla Sept. 5121t26To County Florida. A two-tone darning egg is a cities struck by Hurricane Carlain

sight-saver. Paint half the egg 1960, Norvel F. Favela, president -

white the other half black. Then of the Houston chapter of
DIRECTORYPatornize freshen hard rolls French
bread brush cold water, use the white half for mending CLASSIFIED the Society of Residential Ap-
on
crusts. Place in 350 F. oven dark-colored hose. the black hose.half Housewives who Have spare praisers, commented, "One valu-
until min for mending light-colored Christmas able lesson was learned that
crisp again, about 10 time cash in on Avona big -

These Advertisers utes. Cool before slicing. eSPECIAL sales. All you need is a few self-sealing asphalt shingling can
withstand the action of high
C spare hours a day to service 4von winds. A check of roofs after the

., customers. One territory is now storm proved that these shinglescame

IF R M. E-- ; O. I. GRAMLING Little Folks Store, open in Wakulla County. For in through with little or no

Inc."The FRIDAY formation contact Mrs. Dorothy damage."

.1 Capital's THURSDAY, Martin; Avon District Manager. Herbert C. Heath, chief architect
FEEDS rs. & CO. Majors for Minors" in the Houston FHA office
P.O. Box 3345 MMS, Tallahassee,
A Children's Furniture Toys, and SATURDAY said "We learned a great deal

One-Stop Service for Games Hobbies Phone 3851818. from the hurricane. It was a

r. Feed -Seed Fertilizer 133 N. Monroe Baby Accessories St. Ph. 222-1146 Fresh Grade "A" Fryers, lb. 29c major test of how shingles react

during high winds. I am convinced -

Poultry Supplies Smoked Picnic HAMS, lb. 35c that asphalt shingles
Flint River Mills Garden ToolsSo. properly nailed and sealed down

2015 S. Monroe Ph. 223-0274 Adams at S.A.L.R.R.Phone .. .... ;. j Stew BEEF, all meat, lb. 69c will in. Houston.withstand" the winds we get


Crossing 223-0173 '" Bama MAYONNAISE, qt. .9c .


-- TOMATOES, 303 can, 3 for 37c Highway Traffic Crashes


Light Weight and Regular 1 SUBER & JOHNSON DeBuque 303 en, Corn Beef Hash 29c Claim 118 Lives In July

Concrete Block ds-Fert-i1izer-Baby Chicks

? ,Wood aridHoeTIndl '. Farm SuppliesCor. Bag FACE SOAP, 6 for 39c TALLAHASSEE One hundred and eighteen persons died m

Hanson z traffic crashes in July on the streets and highways of the state tie

:, Inc. Gaines and Woodward Sts. BANANAS Ib 0 10c Florida Highway said in a report today.
l TeL 222-5960 "' Palm Beach County led the state in the number for any oe
S. Adams St. at 4-Points :
Fresh FIELD PEAS 2 Ibs. 25c county with a total of 14. It out distanced Dade. normally the state's
TeL 222-58401 P. O. Box 661 Garden <_
I leader by seven deaths. Dade recorded seven traffic deaths.

Other counties and the numbe killed in each follow:

II II Shop Here For Your Fall .Seed and Alachua 5. Bay 2. Brevard 6, Broward 5. Collier 2, Duval 4,

Capital Stone Co. I Escambia 5. Gadsden 1. Gulf 1, Hamilton 2, Heraando 2, Highlands -

Since 1908 Fertilizer. 1. Hillsborough 5 and Indian River 3.
I .' Jackson 1. Lafayette 1, Lake 3, Lee 2. Leon 4. Levy 1. Liberty

Yeiiger. MARBLE GRANITE I Baker-Alford Co. SHOP and SAVE AT I, Manatee 3. Marion 8. Nassau 1. Okaloosa I, Orange 4. Osceola 2.

*,- V. BRONZE and Pinellas 4. .

a>_", Anything for your auto, truck PIGOTT'S STORe 3. Seminole 1, and Volusia 2.
Cemetery Work of AU Type or tractor.: Also for,your power: 7 The 29 counties which had no traffic deaths during July, follow:
Insurance and Bonds lawnmower, and much for your Bradford Charlotte. Citrus Clay Coiunbta.
608 W. Gaines St- TeL 223-0719 ; BaKer. Calhoun.
214 S, Adams.tst.TeL. : 21680 Walter F. Buchan Mgr. boat. MEDARTWe DeSoto Dixie. Flagler Franklin. Gilchrlst Glades. Hardee Hendry,
208 N. Adams St. Ph. 222-3380. Paaco.
TOP VALUE StampS Holmes Jefferson Madison. Martin Monroe. Okeechobee.
'\ give Sumter. Suwannee. Taylor, Union. Wakulla. Walton and Washington.tt .

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Thursday. ; '

Modern Hide-Away in Ohio Hills .. .: : I; T:

TallaKasseeit

Mother Gets Her pH Degree Offers Year-Round Resort LivingA ". '

Flowers &.Candy lric''J '.
growing sign of prosperityand .:
modern living is the second .
home at the shore or' in the
country.An COMPLETE FLORIST SERVICE !
i ,
f outstanding example of a !
fJ J planned year-round leisure com- J1rr
munity is Hide-A-Way Hills in Y
t Bremen, Ohio, about 50 miles 'Formerly Tillman'slOojEAST
tI =. from Columbus. This develop- .
ment covers nearly 1200 wooded STREET .'..
., : JEFFERSON
I. .o ; acres in the Hocking Hills, and -..: ,
is favored with four lakes for .. ,,_'
fishing,swimming and boating in ti -0- '
the summer, and ice skating and
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ice boating in the winter.
-a Among the many other recrea- -- .
9_ tional facilities are tennis courts, .,. ...,.wy:rar ry,, g4 ;.PHONE 224-5023 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA
a nine-hole golf course, bridle
n paths and stables, archery and This modern second home features durable construction and or WA 6- '.Ol CRAWPORQVH.LE,
Yw rifle ranges, toboggan slides, a quality materials,like asphalt shingles and wood windows. .
ski tow and runs, and a central "
lodge for dining, dancing and ..
other social activities. lation is used in walls, floors and resistant qualities. He adds that
Houses at Hide-A-Way Hills ceilings in many of his homes. asphalt shingles are "easy to
are designed to serve as retire- Another aid to comfort and apply, have long-lasting good Wpodville Lumber Co.
ment homes as well as vacation heating economy is the use of looks, are low in maintenanceand
n lodges. Because of this and the ponderosa pine windows. They blend well with the wooded
yc .G extremes in the weather-temper- help keep heat in and drafts out hilly area."
The new,stabilized,dry chlorine pool treating compound maintainsthe atures often top 100 degrees in because of the natural insulating Donelson's homes also include Lumber- Building Supplies
proper acid-alkaline balance of the water. It is now available in summer, drop to 30 degrees quality wood and because of their full plumbing, an electric range,
tablets or pre-measured packets of granules. below zero in winteremphasisis snug fit and built-in weather- refrigerator-freezer and waste ,
Each season more mothers are tions on the label of her pool placed on quality building stripping. Wood windows are disposer.Lots '
adding still another responsibility treating compound. She has materials.F. also preferred, Donelson says, cost from$2,000 to$3,600, "We Need And YourBusiness"
to their already long list of learned there is a difference in M. Donelson, president of because they are compatible with and houses sell from $5,000 to Appreciate ,
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motherly chores-that of pro- pool treating compounds. The Hide-A-Way Hills, says that his the rustic setting. $13,000. Nearly 200 homes are
tector of the family swimming handy new dry chlorine compounds homes are equipped'with electric Also widely used at HideAWay ,. expected to be completed by the ,
pool.But for example are basedon heat and that thorough insulationis Hills are asphalt shingles end of 1963.A ; ;
mother catches on fast. "dichloro-s-tnazine trione"or
She quickly enlists two valuable "trichloro-s-triazine trione." used to help provide year- that have been tested and approved shopping center,two chapelsand
aids to help her maintain safe, Mother probably can't pronounce round comfort and to keep heat by Underwriters' Labo- a marina are planned for the
sparkling clear water in the them but she can recognize them ing costs low. Mineral wool insu- ratories for their fireand wind- near future. .
backyard pool all season long. under the"active ingredient"list Quality and Price Guaranteed '
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The first is a simple test kit she on the pool treating package.She ,,
uses to make a daily check on the looks for them, too, be-
pH of her pool; the second is a cause she knows the compounds !
.. new,stabilized simple-to-use dry containing these chemicals kill r T TALLAHASSEE THEATRES
,
chlorine pool treating compound bacteria prevent algae growthand -- Ross Hannon, Owner
available either in tablets or pre- keep water from becoming ?1 ..0 FLORIDA STATE
I measured packets of granules. contaminated. They do not add
Most mothers are not chemists to scale buildup as some pool
but they do know that the treating chemicals do. The dry, rUM Friday and Saturday
"pH level" of the pool refers to easy-to-handle easytostoreform neDthIa I
the acid-alkaline balance of the not only provides adequate
hath life in
As the Father thru
water. A too low pH level causes needed chlorine but has built-in Today Saturday Jerry Lewis"DONT
eye irritation corrodes metal aids to assist in the prevention of Himself, even so gave He to WEEK.END.SPECIALS
equipment and damages painted premature chlorine loss due to the Son also to have life in I Jack Lemmon BIG
walls; a too high pH causes the intense sunlight'or to prolonged I Himself.-John( 5:26)). GIVE UP '
water to become murky builds spells of high temperature MacLaine
up scale and decreases the effec- weather. I We have but to acknowl- Shirley THE SHIP""IRMA ,
tiveness of chlorination treat- These are some of the things edge the fact in order to rejoice T-BONE STEAK, Ib. .______ 69c
ments.So every mother eventually learns in the conviction that LA
every day mother tests the when she takes on the double job His life is within us; that it DOUCE"PERRY Also JERRY LEWIS in GROUND BEEF, lb. ___, 49c
pool's pH treats level the pool and accordingto conscientiously of tendant.family And lifeguard having and learned pool at- is constant and sufficient to |"ROCK-A-BYE BABY" SWEET POTATOES, 2 ]Ibs 15c

the results of her tests and them, she can truthfully say she fulfill our needs. ONIONS, 2 lbs. ____ 12c
according. to the specific instruc- has earned her "pH degree." r

I BANANAS, 2 Ibs _.__u__________ 19c
HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN
I I Ik OUTDOOR- ON WOODVILLE.HWY. LETTUCE, head mu_______ 19c

aBHnBBM Kraft BBQ SAUCE, regular and smoked 35c

Friday and Saturday Pillsbury CAKE MIXES _____ 35c
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Today thru Saturday
Robert Taylor Stewart Granger Lily Pink SALMON, tall can _____ 49c

,:: 't) Joan Caulfield Sylvja Koscina"SWORDSMAN Miss Georgia PEACHES, 4 cans _________ 99c

k "CATTLE KING" Bama APPLE JELLY, 18 oz. jar ___________ 25c
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w Jacques Sernas Shirley Jones
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your Mom Smoked

personal. s Bacon Ends & Pieces, 5 Ibs. 99 C, 1 V".J sT J

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messenger

Fresh PIGS rtET, 3 Ibs. 39c OUTSTANDING

: \\\ \\ BAND INSTRUMENTS
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i, ,Fresh SPARE RIBS, Ib. 37c

t : The checks you write in comfort at We carry a complete line of instruments -
-tops in performance-and
t ,home or in your office are delivered, .SSe; L1 \ easy to play! Designed to meet the
safely mail with the least'I Supreme SUGAR 5 Ibs. standards
1 .- ;! by of expert musicians, yet :

... ; '.f. effort imaginable. it ll priced within the range of begin
; h ners. Clarinets, trombones, trumpets
>, You have a record of the bills you've Nabisco RITZ Vi lb. box 23c saxaphones we have J
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PLAN
, Delight OLEO, 2 Ibs. '. 29c
( Rent an instrument now while you .

PEANUT OIL, No 5 jug 59c learn to play. If you decide to buy,
full rental
payments will be applied
ir i Perfection RICE 5 Ibs. against purchase price.
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4 SOPCHOPPY CRAWFORDVILLE Sixth Grade
'Thondaj., September M NEWS S

1863'I 0. ... -:_ By Louise C. Sapp PERSONALS Elects Officers
1 1
The
Congregational Holiness
Church of Sopchoppy will begin, Mr. L. D. Taylor, County Agent There' are 17 boys and 12 girlsin
revival Sunday, September 15.!Swill attend the annual Agriculture our class.
,Extension Service Conference in The following boys and girls
: ; Services will begin at 8:00 P.M. x
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;f. / :: iL41Jk -= Charles Seth Buddy) Greene of'Gainesville, Sept. 16 through. the were elected class officers for the'

Tallahassee is the Evanglist.|f 20. first six weeks of school. '.
t. Everyone is cordially_ invited to at- Mr. C. L. Townsend spent Mon- r_.
' day and Tuesday in Orlando, at-
r'- tend.Mrs.. Sam Odom underwent sur- tending the meeting of the milk

gery Saturday,'September 8, in the!'commission- This meeting was
Carrabelle Community 'called to determine what action to I
HospitalWe
,
, wish her a speedy recovery. \Stake regarding the milk situationin Ii I
.fl Mr. and Mrs. Abner Lawhon of the public schools. '
Miami are visiting Ab's brother,'(' The parents of the members of S. I I4't
wish
the Crawfordville school band
Eddie, and other relatives and
friends for several days. )Ito thank everyone who assisted
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sanders them in their sale at the Pavillion

I are the proud parents of a baby:Dedication ceremonies, Saturday.The .
boy, Paul Jackson, born September response to the appeal for I t
I 6, at the Carrabelle Hospital. home made cakes was especially
r : Mrs. Delma Roberts, Mrs. Ruth gratifying. Mrs. Cecil Wright,
r,' Rowan, Miss Dale Dowan and Mrs. President of the Band Boosters .
Lelia Sutton were among many at- club hopes for a continued interestin President, Andy Harper
-1-:1 tending the birthday dinner for the band and for everyone to

__ Mrs. Florida Whaley and Mrs. Lou come out and hear them whenever
: Carraway, which was held at Otter possible. .
_
Mr. John Williams of Pall Mall,
Lake, Monday, September 2.
E97A & f:Sh: I ....Mrs. Ruby McKenzie of Sop- Tennessee, has been visiting his
r: choppy and" Mrs. Lloyd Willis of daughter, Mrs. E. G. Hammick, for
r : f week. Miss Elaine Williams
Tallahassee left for Jacksonvillelate 'the past
w. J f j'r 2 to be with Mrs.' Mrs. Hammick's sister, also tf T lI
Friday night
'r'rYy '
1 s ''j'i\ritla! \ McKenzie: sister, Mrs. Cleona from Pall Mall arrived last Mon-

Blackburn, who is in the hospital' day'to spend sometime here. -
? F: r H ( and will undergo surgery. Mrs. Dot Oaks has returned to

I --- Mrs. Sam McKenzie has been i her home from the Tallahassee t !' j a lI: 4tPa \ admitted to the Tallahassee Mem-Memorial Hospital where she has
orial Hospital. She is expected to ben a patient for several days.
Mrs. J. R. Gibson from Troy,
Tuesday,
undergo an operation on
,: Sept. 10.Miss Ala., is visiting her daughter and,
Lkkon'k4, MoR6et ... MMJuk.Ift'ltt1t&tiMit I Mattie Revell of Tallahassee ton.family, Mr. and Mrs... Harold Blan- Mary VicePresident Jean Nazworth, ;
was a week-end visitor in her
home here with her father, Mr.
Everything is automatic. You can be outside shopping or Hardy Revell. She is employed as
ST. MARKS NEWSMrs.
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gardening Inside, the house keeps a comfortable a secretary for the North Florida t
VISIT A #$ 0 temperature. A roast in the oven, dishes in the dishwasher Gas Corporation. Matie is attend Betty Archer is flying to
MEDALLIONHOME and clothes in the dryer, you're living electrically. Enjoy it! ing night school at Lively. I Bethesda, Md. to enter the heart

NEAR U. ONE BILL LIVING LOWER IN COST-HIGHER IN VALUE Mrs. Linda Lou Talley of Carra-: clinic for a check-up Sunday.
. '"" Mr. and Mrs. Claude
YOU DURINGNATIONAL .wl' 'Mw belle visited her parents, Mr. and Tooke and
::: It is more economical 1 to all electric than to have
a .
.t. : go Mrs. Andrew Sanders.Mr. two sons of Eau Gaillie are vacationing -
HOME WEEK combination of services. Remember'. when you use more .and-Mrs. Buster Mathis was I here and visiting their par- IIISecretary
SEPT 8-15. EVE BETTER of today's modern, labor-saving electric servants, your honored with a house warming ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Tooke and
'f average cost per unit of electricity goes down. Why add Sunday, September 8, from the Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mack.
CrRIC another energy source and pay higher rates for both? hours of 3 .to 6. It was a great Miss Harriet Meyer of Dunedinand

success and their home was ad- F.S.U. was the week-end
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( mired by everyone. Hostesses were guest of Miss Kay Cogdell.
: '. li fri.1 FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION Mrs. Frank Jones, Mrs. Frank Mrs. Kate O'Connell of Apala-
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7 Lawhon, Mrs. Bernard Brooks, and chicola visited friends here last
., rout TAX-Anna.1I4Vcsra+-OWWEO ELECTRIC COMPANYALFORD '
c ,: week.
Mrs. Freeman Pigott.a
, Dianne Harper;
, :$ Attending the openingof the Mrs. Ola Minshew and Mr. and
. Wakulla County Livestock Pavil- Mrs. Gerald Minshew of Carra- '.tom
lion at Crawf ordville were Mr. and. belle visited with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Delbert Roberts and family, J. A. Watts last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawhon, Mr. Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, Dothan,
S and Mrs. Lee Thompson, Mrs. Ala., and Mrs. Lois Copeland, i
Joyce Anderson, and Mr. George Marianna visited their brother, I
Strickland.A Mr. Walter Cooper during the r
CHEVROLET CO. fish fry was given at the week. ,
cottage of the Braxton Barwick's Mrs. Lea Lynn and Donna visit- I

, at Aligator Point, Monday, Sept. 2 ed friends in Apalachicola last
I honoring their son, Terry's birth- Sunday.Mrs. rTaly
PRESENTS ANALLDAYTELAIALE. day. Those present included Mr. Daisy Ewing of Carrabelle
and Mrs. Braxton Barwick, Miss spent Tuesday visiting with her t
Rose Ann Barwick Mr. Sonny sisters, Mrs. Ruby Ward and Mrs.

Barwick, Mr., and Mrs. Gilbert Bertie Coggins. t ,
B rwick, Miss Violet Barwick, Mr. Miss Kay Cogdill left this weekto
and Mrs. Harold Barwick and son enter East Tennessee State Uni- Treasurer, Tommy Nazworth. 1

Gregory, and Mr. and Mrs. Terry versity at Johnson City, Tenn. She
; Land and son Tracy. was accompanied by her parents
The Southeastern Telephone Co. who will vacation in the Smoky
have extended their service southof Mountains and other points of in
Sopchoppy and to the Curtis terest.
Mills area. New installations are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dunn of
LIVE TELEVISION BROADCAST Mrs. Helen Crosby, Grace Patton, Newport were host to a birthday
Walter Harms, Ralph Brown, Mon party for their daughter, Tammyon ;
I roe Thompson Nancy Thompson Saturday, Sept. 7th. The guests
From Lot No. 2 1414 So. Monroe S f.
at Oscar Crowson, Joseph Andersonand were served ice cream and cake.
; Gretchen Everhart. Seventeen friends of Newport and
: .7:00 A.M. 'Tilll:00 P.M. Thursday, Sept. 12 Mr. and Mrs.' Walter Harms St. Marks enjoyed this event and
.. X spent several days last week in Tammy received many gifts. Lisa
; Tallahassee at the home of their Ladd of St. Marks won the door
.
daughter, Mrs, Dough Rogers, who prize. _
KIDDIES was ill in the hospital, but is now .
: while you look home The news committee, Donna ,
I r 'F Thompson, Chairman, Hyron Por-
,over the best selection of cars and. trucks on the Most Fabulous *The Sopchoppy school the band dedica-gave The Civil War budget of ter and Carline are her ,
at
a good performance
President Lincoln-roughly
helpers. -Donna Thompson, My-
I Used Car Lot in the Big Bend Area! 'tion of the Livestock Pavilion. The 100 million-would run the ron Porter, Carline Smith.
'location and building is a real as- about
government just I
present The birthdays in September are:
set to our county and we hope it
8 hours.
Carol Peak and Gary Ashburn.
ALL USED CARS AND TRUCKS ATWHOLESALE will "bring be used together for many the youth occasionsand of Uncle Sam is the world's We're sorry that the flu bug has

the county tor work on useful projects biggest spender, borrower, caught up with some in the class.
and recreation. lender, employer, propertyowner Isn't it a bit early? .
tenant and insurer. Linda Jo and Gary Ashburn
have a new baby sister.

Here's an easy, "do-it-yourself" 4
treatment for dandruff: apply
hot olive oil several hours before
FINANCING ON THE SPOT shampooing. Shampoo scalp' l
thoroughly with tincture of
ONE ,YEAR 'WRITTEN WARRANTY ON EACH USED CAR OR TRUCK! .I green soap, which you can buy
< at any drugstore. 1 w


1961 CHEVROLET 1961 CONVERTIBLE II.

4-door sedan with heater.
Metropolitan 2-door; radio,
6 1195 STORE.--
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Wholesale price is only bIer's compact; hiflh econ .. 620
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For Ladies and Girls Bieze[ ; Black. White

':\ .,.,," 1960 FORD V-I. 1958 FORD I U. S. REDS .. $3.98.

-':' Tudor sedan .radio, heater, Tudor jfyron Porter
sedan; automatic Boy's and Men'sBASKET S .

straight shift. A real buy In 0 S 825 transmission, radio, I heater.a '. BALL SHOES $2.98 to $4.98

&late model for . 6-cyL economy, wholesale 520
Men's _
price . .a
STRETCH SOCKS, 3 pr. for $1.00

1960 FALCON 1959 PLYMOUTH V-8< .5
"- FRYERS, Grade "A" ". 29c
Fordor sedan; the economy Station Wagon; 4-door with

ford Compact with radio S 790 automatic transmission\ on. radio, S SUGAR, Sibs. 59c
and heater. Lots of service heater, whitewall tires. Lot' 490

and only *. T-BONE STEAK Ib.
5 of "wagon for _. S. ; 69c

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t We Have Plenty More For Your Selection Whole DILL PICKLES, qt. 29c

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