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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 19, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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< VOLUME 65-NUMBER 4 T T I 1- CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA :--Thursday September 19. 1963 1 1j I Price----lOc- Per--- Copy

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I I' i.'\ Pine Seedling Florida Income Seek TobaccoRelief ", f t, :' New PamphletsOut North Florida Fair

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''f.' Time Near Higher Than.61 LegislationI ;;" .' -: On Hunt Laws Plans Set NowThe

, : A million of most anything; I The per capita income of Floridians have ben concerned with one .fg TALLAHASSEE A "New 1963 North Florida Fair will

f ought to be enough! passed the $2,000 mark for aspect of our tobacco program ; Look" has been added to the 1963- open its dors October'29 for a fire

But not so with pine seeUing. the first time last year, the FlorIda which seems to me to be unfair to summaries of hunting regulations day run-featuring a new look in
I according to the Florida Forest: State Chamber of Commerce the farmer. This is the fact that ytr ? :1% now being distributed by: facilities, an anticipated 8WO vis-

Service, which will soon launch its reported yesterday in its Weekly tobacco farmers whir meet with -. County Judges and authorized sub- itors and premium awards worth
: 36th annual reforestation can- Business Review. disasters at the hands of nat ; &k! y agents. more than $22,000.
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paign. "Pegged officially at $2,044, this have no provisions whereby they; -!, ; Hunters should benefit from the Fair officials said a new front

"During the upcoming pine I average income of Floridians was can move their tobacco acreage to l...: efforts to streamline and simplify will be put on the tents lining the

planting season" said C. H. Coulter 4 per cent over 1961, slightly below another farm on a temporary basis F "kt: N .. summaries of laws published by midway area, and that premiumsare

State Forester, "80,000,000 the increase in the national until this condition has cleared' uI 'f l ,. c the Game and Fresh Water Fish among the most valuable ever.
of $2,366. By this I mean those case .! Commission The show Florida's biggest
'sedlings from Florida Forest Service average ::L according to A. D. -
nurseries will be offered at cost: "This less-than-national gain in where entire farms are flooded
to Florida landowners who want average income is'a result of Floi- the farm becomes infected with' ] redrafting the 'old-style' ture a two-day flower show, exhibits -

to make un-used acres pay forest: ida's rapid population growth diseases such as Black Shank, and ,,' summaries, we have attempted to from 17 North Florida counties -

1 dividends." Last year the total personal income I the farmer does not have land left make th erules, laws and license a gala midway, Nature's
received by Floridians from ,on which to plant his acreage. structure and host of other
readable
I, An estimated one and onehalfbillion more easily for nurseryland, a
pines have been plant !'all sources come to $11,158,000,000< Naturally, this works a dire hardship --. > the sportsmen and still retain ,the once-a-year attractions.

commercially in Florida since 1928, up 8 per cent from 1961, while the upon the farmer who depends .. -.._.', t.r w necessary accuracy of legal terms," North Florida Fair President

j Coulter said. Even so, vast acreage national gain was 6 per cent. Floi- on his tobacco crop for a large Aldrich stated. "We are interested Jack Levins, in announcing that

in the Sunshine State remains ida's population counted 5,459,00 share of his income.I ,- : ; : in giving our sportsmen this im- the 1063 Fair Premium Book is
I which could be profitably put into at mid year 1962, up 4 per cent have contacted the Agriculture \ ; ,. : :i"- proved information to make their now ready for distribution, said

I, wood p 'oduction. compared with a national gain of i Committee of the House of Representatives ] / .-, .....-' T 'rg- ., favorite sport simpler and also re- the book's contents illustrate how

"Present industrial demand for: 1% per- ent. I to ask that some duce unintentional violations of the the annual event is growing each
! "This situation is both good and 'study be given to this matter so : law." .
pulpwood by Florida mills alone
, i I require that 45 per cent of the bad as it results in a larger mass are that genuinely those tobacco stricken farmers by "acts who of: !!i 1, :' :;; : .:4 year.More than 4ft separate listingsof

volume be imported from other< market but not in a quality mai- have no I events, categories, special days,
ket", the trade body pointed out. nature, over which they youth and other items
states, Coulter said. ; Mrs. Mary Ann King programs
for : J
apply .f' I
able to
be
.. Estimates are that by 1975 the "One underlying cause lies in the control, might '; c. ". :.,. ifJf' ;'':: are crammed into the 132 page

nation's demand for pulpwood will growing proportion of youngsters: a other permit land to and move still..their be able acreage to grogtheir to .. afi,0; : "<.;.:!i.7.... -' ';' .,.; '. ;' ',' ;: :... :r'1 i' 'J'-. King AKULLA-Mrs., 94, died Tuesday Mary morning Ann,,I booklet that \is available on request
and oldesters in Florida's population -. from the Leon County Agricultural -
double and the will ,
by 2,000 : >
the
year such time as ;
: until Sept. 10, at the State Hospital in
triple.. Demand for sawtimber is'; at the expense of the incon crop Center Fair Office in Tallahassee. -
which -
emergency conditions prompted tt : Chattahoochee. She was born in
In total income
also expected to double in the, producing age group. .
be cleared up.
such move can l Wakulla and resided near Otter
Florida ranks 10th t superintendentshave
among t
ahead. Dep a r m e n
years Before pine seedlings plant the 50 states and the District of We had a special program for such not :. ,; \;, :.,# d,'', Creek her entire lefe. already begun work, and
Columbia while its position is 34t long ago which provided :: : Graveside service were conducted stand ready to provide informationto
this in Florida be harvested >
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year can of during a severe : by the Rev. Monroe in
moving acreage I Taylor exhibit
income"Birthday who want to
some 72,000,000 cords of: in per capita I this ; persons
II but programwas N .: c9PAP4 Old Field
flooding season cemetery near Sopchoppy'Thursd'ays -
pulpwood will forest be used yearly Current by I a temporary one. I feel that :: : :y., :, !. Sept. 12. : any Opening and all Tuesday items in afternoon the Fair. October -
the nation's industry. should
such an emergency clause Surviving are two brothers, Joe
U. S. usage exceeds 32,000,00( Is I be made a part of our tobacco pro- Mr. and Mrs. Hallie Lawhon announce the engagement of their and Sim Nichols and one sister, 29, the fair will observe
cords annually. Surveys show that daughter, Nancy to Mr. Larry J. Smith. The wedding will be solom- Parade an dChildren's Day on
the southern states can expect CelebratedGregory pram ______ ____ 'onized, Saturday, Sept. 28, at five o'clock in the afternoon at the Sally Carter, all of Wakulla Coun- Tuesday along with 'the Open Bar-

about 65 per cent of huge future Keightley celebrated his Pentencostal Holiness Church' in Crawfordville. ty. row Show the State FFA Swine

pulpwood markets. his New School f Show, the First Section of the
ninth birthday with a party at I
During 1962, Florida's own pulp home, Saturday, Sept. 14. Thirtyof "I I The Queen and Her Court | Flower Show,. and the State 4-H

I wod harvest totaled 2,464,500cords ( his young young friends at- Prayer Bill i -" Corn Show.
Wednesday is School Day plus
a nine per cent increase tended. Outdoor games were played On Tuesday of this week I introduced -

over the year before. also guessing games were enjoyed another bill which wqul competition in. poultry' crops and
-- The Florida Forest>$ervice-Tt- : "in the Patio, 'which I ) was rail for a Constitutional amend. the'Womans (home) Division.

ports advance orders for pine decorated with a color motif of ment to allow for the reading 'Jf: Thursday is visiting County Day

sedlings mounting. Landowners desiring red, white and blue. the Bible and proper in our public: 'I.tft -- with Shorthorn and Hereford Cat-
seedling for planting during : Miss Ann Mathis and Miss Bet schools. {, ', tle Shows and section two of the

the '63 fall and '64 winter season Harlan were awarded first prize: .I For several ''weeks now I have .->- \ Flower Show.Saturday .

are urged to place their orders A large birthday cake centered been t serving with a committee of: is Outstanding, Farm

now. Advance orders receive priority the table and was served with ice: five other members of the House+ 4 w "' :" Family Day, 4-H Club Day and
, !, Farmers of America Day,
attention, Coulter said. cream and punch. Favors were distributed of Representatives named to represent j ."#.."., : and Future concludes the five-day show.
to the guests. Gregory the sponsors of 47 proposal j "
? :5'ti' Information on tickets cast, ex-
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Kathelene opened his gifts and thanked his in various types which would allow J' .-- ._.
Mrs. hibit details, parking location an
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friends for making his birthday so for the reading of the Bible! '* } :-'
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other items can
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OdomMrs. happy. and prayer in our public school.
: calling 223-0779, Tallahassee, Monday -
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Miss S lena Smith assisted the This committee has developed one
.- Kathelene Odom, 39, died hostess in entertaining and serving bill which combines all of these through Friday, Fair Secre

.. in Carrabelle hospital Tuesday, the children. various proposals to be presented tary-Manager Lloyd Rhoden.

; Sept. 10, afetr a short illness. She to': the Congress. '

was born in Alabama, and reared Sub-District Meet Those of you who have bee .,f<. :' Date Set ForWiliams I II
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. in Carrabelle. She has resided in reading my bi-monthly newsletters r ( } ,>-,;.:'- I

Sopchoppy since her marriage. .she OfM.Y.F.HereThe I will remember that I introduce Reunion

was a member of the Congregational such a bill back in the early part 5 I, GRACEVILLE Tons of the
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Holiness Church in Carra Sub-District meeting of the ,
of this session of the Congress, f finest food in Florida will be |I
Methodist M.Y.F. held Monday
belle. was prior to the ruling of the Supreme '-.' spread out on the picturesque old''
Funeral services was held in the evening at' the Crawford-vill
such exercises
Court that were ur- i Galilee Church Tabernacle grounds
of God Church, Carra Methodist Church :
Assembly .
constitutional.This '
here Oct. 5 than 1500
; as more i iI ,
belle, at 3 pm.: Thursdays,' Sept Some 60 young people representing new bill which we have descendents of Andrew Elton Wiliams
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12, with the Rev. Fred Combs of Sopchoppy Carrabelle, East developed in committee encompasses join to observe their 60th

ficiating. Baessler Funeral Home Point Apalachicola, were .hosted the ideas expressed in the various .. annual family reunion.Florida's I
of Carrabelle in charge. Burial wa by the CrawfordviUe M.Y.F. bills introduced by other ') i

in the Carrabelle cemetery. Speaker for the meeting was members of the House in order to .. rvi. Tmnirrom II > jliTiT 1 I top-ranked politicians I
will the now-famous
She is survived by her husband, Fred Keightley, who spoke on,, present one bill to the Judiciary; t Nancy Strickland daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tills Strickland of Crawf veil v 11 was chosen queen of join fellowship -
the Florida Industrial of the Williams '
Commission family which
Linda "Public: Relations and Its Value bifouth. for the United Fund Parade Tuesday afternoon In< Tallahassee.Employment .
Sam, and one daughter, Committee. I am extremely hopeful has tradition back
Joyce, of Sopchoppy. She, is also ." He cautioned the gather that it will be presented on the< I a spreading
through
the
Ing to make their public image one Day Of PrayerPlanned Crawford vi lie High Good years.
surivived by 2 stepsons and 2 step House floor for a vote and if passed j The 9:30 a.m. gathering will feature -
.. that would reflect their desire tobe
then to the various;
daughters. would go At Senior NewsThe Summer family ties, food and friendships -
Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. DavidD. known as Christians and workers states where it would have to be : During with
along a keynote speech
sis in the church. He also urged of the Seniors off to good j Industrial
Thompson, Carrabelle; 2 ratified by three-fourths Church got a TALLAHASSEE by Tallahassee Commissioner
City
ters, Mrs.':Dan Goff, Blountstowx all of the young people to think states within seven years from the< Baptist start this year. The class officers i Commission Chairman W o r ley Hugh Williams Jr.

and Mrs. Ernest Goff, of Kentucky strongly of higher education and ate of its passage by the Con- The Woman's Missionary Unionof were elected the day after schoo Brown predicted today that Florida -,
Every major political figure in'lorida
to prepare themselves for useful become of the Con- the Crawfordville First Baptist started in order to things un and
\ and three brothers, Jessie, ress to a part get I will move into the faU will be invited to attend,
Tampa; Johnny, Madison; and lives. stitution. Church will sponsor A Day of derway as soon as possible. Jerry winter -season, with a stronger and history shows that thousandsf
Cecil of Panama City also survive. Counselor Mrs. Sara Smith and Firmly believing in the spiritual Prayer and Meditation September24th. Spears was elected President, Ken I f economic momentum than last ) these public servants have
he local group served refreshments heritage of this nation and of the Strickland,- Vice Pres., Diane, year. joind -
in the feasting, singing andvisiting
following the meeting in the right of our schools to open their The church will be open for Strickland and Sandra Spears, "Following an especially stable makes
I that the WMMams
Sopchoppy High church annex. daily sessions with simple prayers prayer between the hours of 7:30am Treasurer. summer" Brown said, The out- Family Reunion unique in North
The next sub-district meeting :o God and readings from the Holy and 2:00 p.m. We will soon be starting our: look for the remainder of 1963 ia Florida

, School 1 NewsBy will be held in November at Car- Bible, I am sincerely bbpeful that Everyone is invited to come dur- magazine\ sales and other activities I most encouraging." Jackson events.Countian Henry Williams

June Robert rabelle. this: bill will be passed Vy the Con- I ing these hours for meditation and planned to help raise money for | Brown gave several reasons for of Marianna is chairman of-

;ress.IT. I prayer. our Senior trip. We hope to have< his optimism including an improved
The annual staff went to Talla the Reunion, with Appellate Judge
There will be no program but all of the fundraising the
Visitors to Office your suport in employment picture and
hassee Monday to get ads for the Marks music. Porn Rawla handling the invitation
I soft organ activities that undertake break-
annuaL we prospect: of another record of distinguished guests.iopchoppy .
f Don This will be a time of communIon because without help,,:
The junior cheerleaders for the, 0 FuquaWe ProectA your ing tourist season.
Refuge I between the individual and
won't be traveling far! J
school year are: Adronna Anderson are always happy to have ,we very He said nonfarm employment
Captain;' Nancy Commander,, Isitors to our office, and anyone forest preservation project is I God. We would like to welcome a new 1 has been far ahead of last summer.It P.T.A.
scheduled at the St. Marks National student to the Senior class. He fa has been especially strong in
Washington
Pauline Reveal Linda Pigott, Starr in our district visiting
Rudd Jackie Lawhon, Shirley is i cordially invited to visit us. Re- Wildlife Refuge in Jefferson I Tax Bill Action Gerald Reeder, a transfer student! tourist related industries.In Meeting HeldThe

Chandler, and Margaret Barwick:, ,cent visitors to our office from the County by the Bureau of Sport i from Lake Worth. : the massive citrus industrythis Sopchoppy P.T.A. hey its

The Beta Club ofifcers for the I district have been: Davis B. Mo Fisheries and Wildlife. i Expected Soon We are also busy trying to coming season Brown said, riot regular meeting of the school

year are: President, Judy Chason;;;tGriff! Tallahassee Rep, R. O. Mit- The'project is to cost $100,000 i i One of the major bills for this select our Senior play and as a I although he expects a dip in the yeAr Thursday evening, Sept. 12,

Vice President, June Roberts, Secretary -.' ;hell, Tallahassee; Sen. Robert and will provide 102 man months session of Congress is expected to warning-and to let you know well citrus canning industry, labor demands in> the school auditorium with an
of employment. This is part of ap- : in advance not to have anything I harvest will
Nena Strickland; Reporter,I Williams, Graceville; Allen Echols, be presented on the floor of the for the citrus excellent attendance.
Lessie Pigott, and Parliamentarian, 'allahassee' ; Miss Thelma Boltin, oval of $1,852,000 in additional House next week, the tax cut pro- planned that night-the date of be about the same in Central Flor- The new teachers and the parents -

Jesse Quigg. White( Springs; and Mitchell N. Accelerated Public Works projects posals. TEe House Ways and the play will be Friday, December ida as last year. But in the Indian were welcomed by the new

The band participated in th Tuesday to public landsnational are especially proud of the the citrus labor needs will T* as
United Fund Drive Parade careful study to this program since guest speaker was Mr. George
parks, national1 monuments, wild- six Seniors that will 'be playingfor great or greater than last year.
S. of
in Tallahassee. this session of the Congress began Byrd, of the U. Department
", We are sorry to hear about ilife' refuges, and Indian reserva- and has made substantial changes the CrawfordviUe Panthers Unemployment compensation iterior. He gave a short talk and

Jesse Carter's accident, but are b = p5 tions. Besides providing for much in the original provisions. A this season.They are Gerald JZeed- payments were lower this summer. &towed a film on identification and

glad to learn of his Improvement. needed' employment* they will proTide lengthy and spirited floor fight is er, Glenn Miller Jim Welch, Glen "Payments were.weU over a mil- :ititat of water fowl.

We all miss him at school and SAVINGS -" facilities used by hikers, pic- expected on this most important Warmack Gerald, Folsom and lion dollars lower for June, July, Refreshments were served in the

hope he will be put of the hospitalreal n ekers, campers, and promote piece of domestic legislation. Jerry Spears. Good luck for a and August this year than they hool lunchroom, furnished by

soon. tourism as well as conserving .the great, season! were a year ago," Brown said. idea 1 and 4.

swpz A= ANaIca; tion's timber. Lauren Loftin .. ,.

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.Th-nd.7. September' ,1$43. t SECOND JUDICIAL CntCUIT. IN AND FLORIDA JUDICIAL IN AND FOR CIRCUIT '
FOR WAKULLA COUNTY FLORIDA.
'2238 Soitttt Monroe COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
SPECIALS
IN CHANCERY. CASE NO.
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BOYS HAIRCUTS $1.00 Plantlff v-mtHf. .

WAKULLACOUNTY Open days a week, Friday t' RobM Defa NeD VS. Greeny .Margery Defendant C. TRULL. .: LINKS, pkgr. 49c
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NEWS DIVORCE DIVORCE LINKS pkg. _59c
ORDER ,
T1I8' ,.m. -NOTICK TO APPEAR OF PUBLICATION
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STATE OT FLORIDA TO: .. : 59c
The State of Florida To:
Mrs. Robbie NeD GrMM Karwer C. TruD ----
barbers toserve
Telephone WAlnut 6-3301 Four master Root 1._Box U' General Delivery 42c

I A yoa. Too are Warner hereby Robins notified Georgia a suit for I You Msmro are hereby, Louisan.notified that a lbs. SSE'

Divorce has bone brought against you, p1atnt tor d1wre has been flied .*
1 DEE COOK Owner in the CireuH Court of Wakulla you In the Circuit Court of 19c
r- .W j Florida. In Chaneerr. by eoaaty'I'I unty. Florida in Chancery. You
Greene, and hereby required to ffle ( 19c
yon are hereby required to personally
Virginia Keifhtley I ._ .. ';' -_. Editor ftt. with the Clerk of the Circuit Court by attorney) with, the Clerk of
l'f your written appearance in said suit and Court and send a copy of the same lOc
, NOTICE to serve a copy of MUM on PUlntffa the attorney for the plaintiff t
f,. ELECTION OF TWO SUPERVISORSFOR ,, Attorney on or before the 0th day of written defenses If any to the :_ 25c
Septomber. A. D. 1M*. Hereto fail plaint In said cause on or
TERMS Or FOUR YEARS not lib 9c
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Octotcr ,
EACH FOR WAKULLA SOIL, or the Bill in this cause will be taken,. 7, 1ge3. Herein fan riot \
Entered at Crawf ordville.Florida, pro coat... judgment b7 default will be
CONSERVATION DISTRICT. Witness against __________ 9c
youWrr'NESS
the Honorable W. May Walker.
October 10. 1963
as second class matter. SubKripI' Pursuant to the SoD ConservationAct. Judge of the Said Court 'and the sal'I said Court 1117 hand and the seal bag $2.39
thereof at Tallahassee Leon County. at CrawfordvUle.
Chapter 582. Florida Statutes of .
tion rate: oo per year. 1949 and Chapter 28094 of 1953. noticeIs llori this 26th day of August A.D. County ber,, flSf11 1903.. this 4th day of 49c
hereby given of an election to beheld George L. I (Official Seal
on October 10. 1963. for the election Harper )
3. H.
: of two (2) supervisors for terms Attorney at LawCrawfonlri11e. P. O. Hudson Box STORE
66
Florida
I' of four (4) years each.
Polling Placed( ) Wakulla County. Florida Crawfordvffle. Florida ,
If_ Need. Crawlordvllle. Florida Margaret S. Gray D. C, / /Moodyfor Plaintiff {
Moody Pearce
Polling place( ).win be open betweenthe Moody Pearce FLA.
hours of 8:00 A.M. and 3:00 P.M. Clerk Circuit Court
Office Supplies AUC. 29 Sept. 11.1I Clerk C1m 11* Court.
electors '
All
qualified
. residing within Forbes Mgr..
the District shall SdC ty Flottda. -
be
Business Machines eligible to Sept. \
I vote In this election.A 9,26
I Office Furniture qualified elector as defined in the I
i florida Sofa Conservation Act Includes
r, Sec or.Call my person qualified to vote in general CLASSIFIEDHCUSewivea
dections under the Constitution and:
WHALEY Statutes of this state who is also a NOTICEBoard who Have of
RANEY
indowner in the herein Minutes County
named district
; I L. M. Hollingsworth. Administrator of County Commissionerswill time cash in on Avons big

J atCAPITAL State 1926Claaained Soil Conservation Boardept. hold a meeting September 24fat mas sales. All you need is a Commissioners

t OFFICE 7:30 AM. to hear complaints or I spare hours a day to service 4

., correction on budget and budget I customers. One territory is n August 30, 1963
;;.:;- EQUIPMENT CO., :::: -- ,_ __ in Wakulla The Board of County Commissioners -
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will be brought up -for approvaland I open County. For
,; 319 South Adams St. TOR SALa:-:-Boat,' 25-foot Cabin, formation of Wakulla County met
contact Mrs.
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE. Crosier, New Motor. Raal adoption. I this date in Crawf ordville with all
i FLORIDA Cheap. Contact Judge Harper Moody Pearce Martin Avon District
Crawf ordville, TeL Office- Clerk of Court I P.O. Box 3345 MMS members present.
last meeting were
Minutes of the
W A- -Ul. Residence WA 6- Phone 3851818. .
t Ul1. read and approved.The .
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s authorized the road
Board
TROOPER Bill SAYS
superintendent to place 32 feet

REHEWYOURDRIVER'S 'I pipe for drive-way for Mr. Wat-
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LICENSE r 1. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR kins on the Spring Creek Road.
DURING YOUR NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that J. H. Hudson, the holder of the following TAX DEEDs The Board approved the vouchers -
certificates has filed said certificates for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. The 194.18, F.S.
that
BIRTH MONTH / certificate numbers and years of issuance the description of the property and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN before them and directed
the names In which It was assessed are as follows: John Strickland. Sr. the holder of be issued in payment
Certifi- Name in !following certificates has filed warrants
cat Year of which .certificates: for a tax deed to be there or.There.
No. Issuance Description of property Assessed 'thereon. The certificate numbers further business
,years of Issuance, the description being no
) 91 1956 E ,4 of Lot 21 and E % of Lot 22, Block Mrs. Mary Sloan I the property .and the .names in coming to the attention of the
I1tI1'IiI1. J 2. Town of Panacea. Jacques it was assessed are as follows: on
Certificate No. 19 Board the same was adjourned
20 1957.u per deed recorded In DB 39 P-253 Carl A. Devene Year of Issuance : : motion of Commissioner Strick-
ry Public Records'Wakulla County Florida. Description of Property Beginning the
+ V containing 1110f an acre In Lot .114 the waters edge of Ochlocknee : 1 land.
eft (iwln H.S. on the west side of State Road ATTESTAPPROVED: .---"
thence run; North 87 feet to R/W
t r JI 40 199B Lot 8. Bk] F. Agua De Vida Subdivision. D. B. Holland said State Road 10 to
River, thence along river to
0 ..1981 An undivided 1/11 Interest in all except Polly WhItehead the above tract of land being in f
[ 200 acres.of Lot 82 H.S., 14 8/11 acres. lion '2. Township 6s. Range 3w. -
Name In which assessed Dave Smith.AU
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Call 722 O165 .431961 Lot 13 Panacea Shores A. W. Bishop of said property being in MAN WANTED to manage and

MAPLES CONCRETE County Unless of such Wakulla.certificate State or of operate a retail Watkins Route in

Li TAllAHASSEE I shall be redeemed according to this area. Earnings of $125.00 per
the property described In such
i tificate or certificates will be sold week from the very beginning.

t All'of said property being in the County of Wakulla. State of Florida. the highest bidder at the court Write Mr. McGarity P.O. Box 627,
Unless such certificate or certificates shall be redeemed according to law th- door on the first Monday In Month
fr F: property described In such certificate or certificates will be sold to the higher October. 1963. which Is the 7th' Williston, Florida. Sept. 19-26 Oct.
THE bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday in the month' of October of October. 1963.
r .I 1963. which Is the 7th day of October. 1963. Dated this 5th day. of 3
Dated this '4th day of SePtember 1963. .
1963.Moody Moody Pearce
Pearce Clerk of Circuit Court of
I! CHRISTIAn n September M2-19-26 Clerk of Circuit Court'of I. Wakulla County Florfida
: Wakulla, County. Florida. II I Sept. 12-19-28. Oct. 3 .
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Construction Excavatingand
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"- Day Phone 222-9065
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.- '\ .. 211 County Commissioners 224-4893
212 clerks .
Salary
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Complete Insurance 1f
214 Tax Assessors Salary f
215 Tax Collectors SalarY WOOVILLE FLORIDA I'
218 Supervisor Registration ,
Complete 219 Other Administrative II
221 Clerks rees
', Up to 40% Discount on Auto Rates 227 Inquests I
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News :t.; Court House Maintenance
"" 2GZ Elections and RegL trations
Yon 263
AdvertisIng Tax Delinquent I
265 Insurance 7 / f!
Coverage -' 269 Administrative Supplies and
275 Salary Juvenile Judge i
"A Finance Plan for the Working Man" "' 313 Salary Juvenile Counsellor

341 Maintenance County Jail
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...," 542 T: B. Patients .. mu _
; 562 Insanity Inquiries .
Printed -
Auto-Homes-Hospitalization 689 Indexing Record -.
681 Agriculture 1 1r
BOSTOKLOS 1r
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ANGELES .. -Real. Estate- 815 Mosquito Control I
541 State Board of Health
LONDON 680 County Development .
.' < 931 School Board
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891 Panacea Channel .
WE BUY PULPWOOD TIMBER 67Z 311 Civil Defense I
Salary County Judge
241-A Maintenance Old Court -
I' Year $22 6 Months $11 699 Cat and Dog Program i

3 Months $5.50 .: PHONE WA.6.3711CRAWFORDVILLE 931 Welfare Transfers
Clip Hiis 4vtrtittinMt and .
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tars it with your check or .
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Boston IS. M.... 130 Taxes FINE AND i
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Business Firms 95 per cent OF
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DIRECTORYPatornize 321 clerks Fees ._
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'1 I 881 Arresting Fees. Came
These Advertiser 318 Salartes. Sheriff aDd !
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364 Expenses other than
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-' 324 Equipment -
3aS Investigations _--_--r

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Toy,
f -' Children' Furniture ROAD AND
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Service for j
Garnet Hobbies

.' ', .::,:-: Feed Seed. Fertilizer Baby Aceeorie* :g Labor Maintenance of Equipment : .: ::\
N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 :
133 43 Gasoline and Oils
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: Poultry Supplies 424 Supplies and Insurance D' I
431 Roads Bridges and CUlverts
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,FlinttRiver:' Mills Garden Tools 134 Purchase Equipment
452 Right of Way Expense
2015 S. Ph. 223-0274
Monroe
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SUBER& JOHNSON 112 State Gasoline Tax

Light.: At and Regular \. : :. : TOTAL .

Concrete Block .,., ." Seeds-'FerG'lilez.Baby. Chicks LESS 7 pU cent '
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Harison- ; Wood: and Farm Supplies. 15 per cent or RECEIPTS 1st.
BALANCE TO BE
':Hbel .IndM Inc. Cor. Gaines and Woodward Sts. TOTAL

S. A'dams St. at 4-Points 2 .;, ;.5-Tel.; 222-5960 your License at the

TeL 222,5840 P. O. Box 661 -
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: F j : 130 Taxes 7 nuns on $3,500,0 any time during
115 Race Track Funds
ta- 137 Occupational Licenses of September
; Capital Stone Co. 118 Insurance Agents Ucense
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Y eager MARBLE GRANITE Balcer-Alford Co. 155 County Judges 1R eat .
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Type or tractor. Also for,your power

Inturante' and Bond 508 W. Gaines St., -TeL 223-0719 lawnmower boat, ; and much for your TOTAL RECEIPTS AND B. : COLLECTOR, I

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_ PROPOSED CONSTTTUTIONAI certificates, provided, however that '"
AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON no bonds or certificates shall ever Receipts Taxes, from the levy ana WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS I
3. 1963 be issued hereunder to finance or collection of said Gross Receipts 1- 31
F NOTINOVEMBER ELECTION the proceeds thereof expended for. Taxes as now provided In said Chap. SPECIAL THURSDAY, FRIDAY ; :Jhursd'ay. Septembe1)J4813r .

s WHEREAS the Legislature of any part of the cost of any capital ter 203. Florida Statutes and shall .
1963. ,under the Constitution of 1885 outlay project unless the construction not enact any law Impairing or materially
of the State of Florida did pass or acquisition of such capital altering the rights of the and SATURDAYT3ONE .
Joint Resolutions proposing amend- outlay project has been theretofore holders of any bonds or certifi j
ments to the Constitution of the Authorized by the Legislature of cates issued pursuant to this Amend
State of Florida and they were Florida. None of said bonds or certificates ment or Impairing or altering any STEAK lb. 69c .
agreed to by a vote of threefourthsof shall be sold at less than .covenants or agreements of the Tallahassee : -' _
the members elected to each ninety-eight (98%) per centum of State Board made hereunder. or :;:;

house. The votes of said Joint Resolutions the par value thereof, plus accrued having the effect of withdrawingthe DANDY ... x.
were entered upon their respective interest, and said bonds or certi- proceeds of said Gross Re .I
Journals with the yeas ficates shall be awarded at the pub- ceipts Taxes from the operation of SAUSAGE 3 (Ib. roll 99c
and nays thereon, and they did lic sale thereof to the bidder offering this Amendment. Flowers
determine and direct that the said the lowest net interest cost The State Board of Administration <&. Candy Inc. .,,,w
Joint Resolutions be submitted to for such bonds or certificates in shall be and Is hereby; con- Blue Plate
the electors of the State of Floridaat the manner to be determined by the stituted as the Fiscal Agent of the 27c
,a Special Election on November State Board. State Board to perform such duties MAYONNAISE pt. .
5, 1903; The State Board shall also have and assume such responsibilities under ,
NOW. THEREFORE I. TOM power to pledge for the paymentof this Amendment as shall be lb. 59c
i ADAMS. Secretary of State of the the principal of and Interest on agreed between the State Snowdrift SHORTENING, 3 .
t' State of Florida. do hereby give such bonds or certificates and reserves Board an-rch: State Board of Ad ':'_. ..' ,i
J notice that aSPECIAL therefor including refunding ministration. The State Board shall FarmEvaporated
ELECTION bonds or certificates all or any also have power to appoint such Spring COMPLETE FLORIST SERVICE
will be held in each County in part of the revenue to be derived other persons and fix their compensation MILK 3 for 39c .
Florida on the first Tuesday after from the said Gross Receipts Taxes for the administration of .t _.
the first Monday in. November. provided for In this Amendment the provisions of this Amendmentas .
,
which date is November 5. 1963. and to enter into any covenantsand it shall deem necessary and FRANKS 12 35c : : '. .
for ratification or rejection of other agreements with the holders the expenses of the State Board in Copeland oz. .
the said Joint Resolutions proposing of such bonds or certificates administering the provisions of this i iFormerlsTillman's
t amendments to the Constitution of concerning the security thereof and Amendment shall be paid out of Ibs. 25c .' <.,. "
the State of Florida, viz: the rights of the holders thereof. the proceeds of bonds or certificates SWEET POTATOES, 3 .
NO.1COMMITI'EE. all of which covenants and agree- Issued hereunder or from said .
I SUBSTITUTE FOR ments shall constitute legally binding Gross Receipts Taxes deposited in -
HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. and irrevocable contracts with said Capital Outlay Fund. Shop Here For '
428 such holders and shall be fully (e) No capital outlay project or o Your Fall Seed and 'U=:'J' ;..' ;;: J o'i: EAST JEFFERSON STREET .
A JOINT RESOLUTION relating enforceable by such holders In any any part thereof shall be financed : -4'" -
; to elections; .proposing an amendment court of competent jurisdiction.No hereunder unless the bill authorizing
to Article IV. Sections 2 and such bonds or certificates such project shall specify it is financed Fertilizer. o. ;' ,(;,
20, of the constitution of the stateof shall ever be Issued by the State hereunder and shall be approved -
Florida providing for the election Board in an amount exceeding sev by a vote of three-fifths
of certain state officers at the enty-five (75%) per centum of the (3/5) of the elected members of AT .
1964 and 1966 general elections: amount which it determines based each house. SHOP and SAVE
providing for an emergency elec- upon the average annual amount of NO. S 0' .
the revenues derived from said COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR
tion.Be It Resolved by the Legisla Gross Receipts Taxes during the SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONNO. PIGOTT'S STORE : PHONE 224-5023 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA
ture of the State of Florida: immediately preceding two fiscal 727 .
That the following amendment of years or the amount of the revenues A JOINT RESOLUTION propos- I or WA G-:ti01: (CRA\'I'ORIYIIIE
Article IV. Section 2 of the consti- 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 MEDART
and the same is hereby agreed preceding fiscal year as shownIn a section to be numbered by
to and shall be submitted to the a certificate filed bY the State the secretary of state providing for 'We
electors of the state of Florida for Comptroller with the State Board issuing state bonds for outdoor rec- I give TOP :VALUE Stamps
approval or rejection at a special prior to the issuance of such bondsor reation and natural resources con-
called election to be held on Nov- certificates whichever is the servation; determining that an
ember'5. 1963 as provided in Article lesser can be serviced by the emergency exists. I TALLAHASSEE THEATRES

XVII. Section 3 of the Florida con revenues accruing thereafter under Be It Resolved by the Legisla- I I ..................................................................
stitution. the provisions of this Amend- ture of the State of Florida:
That three fourths B i) of all ment: nor shall the State Board, That Article IX of the Florida FLORIDA
members elected to each house of during the first year following the constitution be amended by addingthe
the legislature does determine that ratification of this amendment. Is section set forth below to be H BBIBMHIHi BH n
an emergency requiring an early sue bonds or certificates In excessof numbered by the secretary of state MISS DEB
decision by the electors of the seven (7) time the anticipated that three-fourths ( :) of all members
state does exist with reference to revenue from said Gross Receiots elected to the house of rep
this.amendment to Article IV. Section Taxes during said year nor during determines ; & Today thru Saturday Today thru Saturday
:- 2 of the constitution. each succeeding year. more than -
I Section 2. Election and term off four (4) times the anticipated rev quiring an early decision by the : < l;' answers questions
governor. The governor shall be enue from said Gross Receipts electors of the state exists and ; } I..Vabout Junior Miss .. Frank Sinatra Charlton Heston
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f elected by the qualified electors of Taxes during such year. No elec- that said amendment be submittedto >V'
the state. The first election for tion or approval of qualified electors the electors of Florida for rati- J etiquette, grooming !: .
governor under this section shall or freeholder electors shall be fication or rejection at a special Barbara Rush Ava Gardner
Be at the general election of 1964. required for the issuance of bondsor election to be held on Nov. 5. 1963. :. and interests. :,
1 for a term of two (2) years and certificates hereunder. and that publication of notice of '
thereafter commencing with the gen- After the initial issuance of any election be given: \ "COME BLOW "
: eral I election of 1966 the governor bonds or certificates pursuant to Section -. The outdoor rec- .. 55 DAYS AT
shall be elected for a term of four this Amendment the State Board reational development council, as
(4; years.. The term of o 3ca may thereafter issue additional created by the 1963 legislature may Q. A friend of mine has tele- if you feel it interferes with HORN"
J shall begin the first Tuesday aft bonds or certificates which will issue revenue bonds, revenue certificates phone-itis. She keeps me on your primary responsibility of YOUR PEKING"PERRY
er the first Monday in January next rank equally and on a parity, as or other evidences of indebtedness the phone for ,hours at a time supervising the children -*-
F after this election. The governor to lien on and source of securityFor to acquire lands water and my family is wild. How parents will appreciate your..
elected at the general election of oayment from said Gross areas and related resources and can I cut it short without cutting being frank about it. Of
1964 shall be eligible for reelectionto Receipts Taxes, with any bondsor to construct. Improve, enlarge and off her friendship! course as an employee you
said office In the general election certificates theretofore Issued extend capital improvements and
of 1966.' but the governor pursuant to this Amendment. but facilities thereon in furtherance of A. A telephone is definitely a always have the right to ac
elected at the general election of such additional parity bonds or cer- outdoor recreation natural re- family affair. Hourlong chats cept or refuse a baby sitting HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN
1966 and thereafter shall not be tificates shall not be Issued unless sources conservation and related rate zero in the family popu assignment -
k eligible for re-election to said office the average annual amount of facilities in this state; provided larity poll. If your pal is Q. My mirror tells me my figure OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE HWY.
I the next succeeding term. the revenues derived from said however the legislature with respect wound up for a long session, isn't too bad. but I do have atendency
Be It Further Resolved by the Gross Receipts Taxes during the to such revenue bonds. revenUe : to I trto
in at the first slump.
Legislature of the State of Florida: Immediately preceding two fiscal certificates or other evidencesof plunge comma
i That the following amendment of years, or the amount of the rev- indebtedness shall designate the make a date to see her soon remember to square my
t. Article IV. Section 20 of the constitution enues derived from said Gross Receipts revenue or tax sources to be de- like tomorrow after school shoulders but as soon as I Tonight thru Saturday Tonight thru Saturday:
l'- of the state of Florida be Taxes during the immediately posited In or credited to the land and tell her you really wantto stop thinking 'about it, my Showing 8:00 .
and the same is hereby agreed to preceding fiscal year as shownin acquisition trust fund for their re- talk about it then. shoulder begin to droop.A. .
and shall be submitted to the electors a certificate filed bv the State payment and may impose restric- 'aUtin include What you need is a sticky Charlton Heston Showing 8:00(
I of the state of Florida for approval Comptroller with the State Board tions on their issuance, including the Q. Does baby Chuck Connor"FLIPER"
or rejection at the general prior to the isuano> nf such bonds fixing of maximum Interest rates K. P.! One of myclients" always reminder. While you assume "DIAMONDHEAD"
election to be held November 5. or certificates whichever Is the and discounts.The leaves a sink full of dirty your very best prom-queen
I 1963 as provided in Article XVII. lesser shall have been equal to one land acquisition trust fund dishes even tells me to mop posture have your mother puta -
Section 3 of the Florida constitu- and one-third (11/3) times the aggregate created by the 1963 legislature for up the floor. Since there are strip of adhesive tape across Co-Hit
amount of principal and Interest these multiple public purposes. back from shoulder to 9:55
active children I thinkI your
three
tion.That three fourths ( ,i) of all which will become due in any shall continue from the date of the have to do ".It- shoulder. Every time you start Ito Pat Boone Plus Co-Hit 9:40
succeeding fiscal year on all bondsor this amendment for enough Just
members elected to each house of adoption ot a
L certificates theretofore issued ting." Do I have the right to droop, a gentle tug from
I the legislature does determine that period of fifty (50)) years.In "THE MAINATTRACTION" Reeves"HERCULES"
I an emergency requiring an early pursuant to this Amendment and the event the outdoor recrea- say no? the tape will remind you to Steve
decision by the electors of the state then outstanding, and the additional determine A. Yes. Settle the chore question keep 'em square.
J does exist with reference this parity bonds or certificates then before you accept the next as- (For insurers to other aitestiont on i
amendment to Article IV. Section proposed to be issued. No bonds acquisition of sites for multiple purposes -
signment. Your client should grooming, .. sad baby fitting
20 of the constitution. certificates or other obligations the state board of administration two
Section 20. Governor's cabinet. whatsoever shall at any time be- shall act as fiscal agent tell you what chores she expects writs for your +soat guidebook
The governor shall be assisted by issued under the provisions of this and the attorney general shall han- you to do aside from "Sitting Betuty."Send 25 cents, pint
administrative officers as follows: Amendment except such bonds or dle the validation proceedings.All caring for the children. If you 10 cents for bundling to: "Sitting
1. certificates Initially Issued hereun bonds issued under this don't mind and many girls BeMtty Box 551-P KtmberlrCUrkCorporation
oral comptroller treasurer super der. and such additional parity mendment shall be sold at public don't fine. If you do or Neen+b, W sCOllsi".) ..
intendent of public instruction, and bonds or certificates as provided sale after public advertisement upon
commissioner of agriculture who in this paragraph. Notwithstanding such terms and conditions as the ..................................................................
shall be elected at the same timeas any other provision herein no outdoor recreational development .
the governor and shall hold their such bonds or certificates shall be council shall provide and as other- For larger-looking, more exciting -
offices for the same term: provided authorized or validated during any wise provided by law and subjectto draw thin ,
eyes a eyebrow- -- -- -
that the first election of such officers biennium In excess of fifty million the limitations herein Imposed.IN -
under this section shall be had' dollars except by two-thirds vote of TESTIMONY WHEREOF. pencil line directly'above the
\ at the time of voting for governor in the members elected to each houseof I have hereunto set my hand upper lashes and extend beyond '. .-- -- T -.
1964 for a term of two (2) years the legislature: provided further and affixed the Great Seal corner of eye. Blend ever so
that the biennium 1963-1965 of the State of Florida at
during
and thereafter commencing with the AVAILABLE NOW AT
time of voting for governor in 1966. seventy-five (75) million dollars Tallahassee the Capital this gradually to avoid a distinct line
said officers shall be elected for a may be authorized and validated the thirtieth day of August. of demarcation.
term of four (4) years. pursuant hereto.c A. D.. 1963. *
NO. 2COMMITTEE ( ) Capital outlay projects theretofore (seal) TOM ADAMS Fighting a second chin? Try this
authorized the Secretary of State
SUBSTITUTE FOR by legislaturefor
SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION any Institution of Higher Learn simple exercise for one month: I: YOUR LOCAL
NO. 264 ing or Junior College shall be eligible raise your lower lip as high at it
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing to participate in the funds will go 10 times daily. ,
an amendment to Article XII accruing under this Amendment de-
of the Constitution of Florida by rived from the proceeds of bondsor --FEED DEALER i!
adding a section to be numberedby certificates and said Gross Receipts f jji
the secretary of state authorizing Taxes under such regulations Florida Forest Service
the Issuance of bonds for capital and in such manner as shall :
outlay at institutions of higher be determined by the State Board Rainfall j
learning. Including junior collegesand and the State Board shall use or Report EACH 25 LB. BOX
certain vocational technical transmit to the State Board 0 f
schools: pledging certain tax funds; Control or to the Board of Public j IL FACER
providing for the use of accumu Instruction of any County author- The Florida Forest Service reports the '
lated surplus to pay for any capital ized by law to constructor acquire WILL SAVE 40 GAL.
outlay project theretofore authorizedby such capital outlay projects the following rainfall recorded at Wakulla .0.;. "'"MIa......
the Legislature; providing proce- amount of the proceeds of such -- -- -.
dures therefor: providing powers bonds or certificates or Gross Receipts Coat Tower for the week of September
and duties of the State Board of Taxes to be applied to or
education and State Board of Administration used for such capital outlay rroj- 10 through the 16th. 1963 .. OF WHOLE MILK
: and requiring a special ects. If for any reason any 0 .
election thereon.Be proceeds of any bonds or certificates
It Resolved by the Legislature Issued for any capital out
of the State of Florida: lay project shall not be expendedfor Crawfordrille Tewtr. .20 -
That Article XII of the Florida such capital outlay project the ,0 a-
Constitution be amended by adding State Board may use such unex- Newport Tower (Contains 100 gms. Terramycin per Ton)
the section set forth below to pended proceeds for any other capi 10
be numbered by the secretary of tal outlay project for Institutions Average
state and that said amendment be of Higher Learning or Junior Colleges -
submitted to the electors of Floridafor and vocational technical
ratification or rejection at a schools as defined herein as now '
Fire Report FLINT RIVER MillS
v special election to be held under defined or as may be hereafter
authority of Section 3 of Article defined by law. theretofore author Fires to date this
XVII of the Florida Constitution on ized by the State Legislature. The Tear .
t Nov.,5. 1953. That three-fourths (%) holders of bonds or certificates issued Fires t. date last year 2
of the membership of the Legisla hereunder shall not have any _
ture does determine that an emer responsibility whatsoever for the Acres to date this Tear 264.2_ TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
application or use of of the ,
gency exists requiring an early decision any proceeds
by the electors of this state. derived from the sale of Acres to date last year "35.'
Section -(a). That beginning said bonds or certificates, and the
January 1. 1964. and for fifty (50) rights and remedies of the holders -- -
years thereafter, all of the proceeds of such bonds or certificates
of the revenues derived from and their right to payment from

I the gross receipts taxes collected said Gross Receipts Taxes In the .
from every person including muni manner provided herein shall not '
cipalities. receiving payment for be affected or Imparted by the &.
I electricity for light heat or power. application or use of such pro- U l"JQ lr'L E bs
for natural or manufactured gas ceeds.
for light heat or power for use of The State Board shall use the
telephones and for the sending of moneys In said Capital Outlay Fundin LITi7i O lJ
telegrams and telegraph messages each fiscal year only for the
as 'now provided and levied as of following purposes and in the following -
the time of adoption of this amend- .order of priority:
ment in Chapter 203. Florida Statutes (1) For the payment of the principal
(hereinafter called "Griss Receipts of and interest on any bondsor
Taxes"), shall as collectedbe ;>> certificates maturing in such
placed in a trust fuuu to be fiscal year.
known as the "Institutions o' High (2) For the deposit Into any reserve I--
er Learning and Junior Colleges unds provided for in the proceedings DIDN'T HAVE A
Capital Outlay and Debt Service authorizing the Issuance JOE
Trust Fund" in the State Treasury of said bonds or certificates of any
I (hereinafter referred to as "CapAr amounts required to be depositedIn
tal and used only such reserve funds in such fis- CHECKING ACCOUNTNow
r as ed'1cJ; ; Amendment. cal year. "Can't do a thing with your i
Said fund shall be administered (3) After an payments required hair?" Add this simple ritual to .
in such fiscal for the time'; of the and ...
by the State Board of Education.as year purposes It'* that year poor
now created and constituted by provided for in (1) and (2) your daily beauty program: bend
Section 3 of Article XII of the Constitution above. Including any deficienciesfor over and brush your scalp and Joe has quite a problem.. Where are all

of Florida (hereinafter referred required payments In prior fis hair from back to front until those Income tax deductions. If he had only
to as "State Board"). For ls1 any moneys remainingIn '
the purpose of this Amendment. dapi Outlay Fund at the your scalp tingles. Then massage kept record.Dont .
said State Board as now constituted end of such fiscal year may be scalp with fingertip 'and see how
Let
shall continue as a body corporate used by the State Board for direct easy to manage your hair be- be like Joe. us keep your records
during the life of this Amend- payment of the cost or any for you. Start a Lewis State checking account
ment and shall have all the powers pan of the cost of any capital out comes.
provided in this Amendment in ad- lay project theretofore authorizedby C today and have all the details recorded -,

} dition to all other constitutionaland the legislature or for the purchase match the stars in checkbook future
statutory powers related to the of any bonds or certificates To your eyes in your for
purposes of this Amendment heretofore Issued hereunder then outstanding apply mascara after making up reference.sr' .
or hereafter conferred by law upon such terms and conditions as the rest of your face completely.
upon said State Board. the State Board shall deem proper Brush the and let it
off
(b) The State Board shall have or for the prior redemption of excess ,
I, power for the purpose of obtain- outstanding bonds or certificates In ".et? for a few minutes. Then '
tog funds for acquiring building. accordance with the provisions of curl your lashes and add a little 3i j
constructing. altering improving. the proceedings which authorizedthe i
to the tips of
more mascara
enlarging furnishing or eqjippingcapital Issuance of such bonds or certificates. your
outlay projects theretofore lashes. It's this last "tipping"
authorized by the legislature and The State Board may Invest the that does most to give the alluring =
any purposes appurtenant or incidental moneys In said Capital Outlay Fundor illusion of length. 0 :
thereto. for Institutions of In any sinking fund or other
Higher Learning or Junior'Colleges.as funds created for any issue of e 2
now defined or as may b* here- bonds or certificates in direct obligations Because make-up applied underan
after defined by law and for the of the United State nI
purpose of constructing buildings America or in the other securities electric light may show up
and other permament faculties for referred to in Section 34L27. Florida quite differently by daylight, try

I vocational technical schools as provided Statutes.d to apply yours in light as close
in chapter 230 Florida Sta- ( ) The State Board shall have tmii
I tutes. to Issue bonds or certificates. the power to make and enforce all as possible to that in which you
including refunding bonds or certificates rules and regulations necessary to expect to be seen.
to fund or refund any the full exercise of the powers *
bonds or certificates theretofore is- herein granted and no legislation
sued. All such bonds or certificates shall be required to render this Best time to buy shoes: mid- _
I shall bear interest at not exceeding Amendment of full force and operating afternoon, when feet have expanded -
four and one-half '<:4) per effect on and after Jan-
I centum per annum. and shall uary 1. 1964. The Legislature during _
j mature at such time or times the period this Amendment is eDon't
as the State Board shall determine in effect shall not reduce the rate
I not exceeding, in any of said Gross Receipts Taxes now shower or bath
into
event however thirty () provided In said Chapter 203. Floe dash a '
t years from the date of Issuance ida Statutes or eliminate, exemptor too soon after a sunbath. You'llrisk '
t I thereof. The State Board shall have remove any of the persons firmsor washing off precious vita- 1.
power to determine all other de- corporations. Including municipal skin has had .
I ,_ tails of such bonds or certificatesand corporations. or any of the min D before your .. -- -, "::
''"- to sell at public sale after public UUbUeL businesses or services now time to absorb all of it. :;

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WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS
I National Honor
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:''!' CRAWroR'DVliLEl 4
.. .... To relax shake like a puppy. When you wear your hair swept :fhnr.day, September; 1963SOPCHOPPY
': Stand up bend over, let arms- away from your ears and neck
# ; Society Entertains hang limply.and. shake.. Mmmm. remember to extend your makeup PERSONALS J NEWSBy
Students in grades 4 through 8 behind your ears and blendit
Woodvilla Lumber Co. kicked their heels Conquer chapped hands by sal- down over your neckline. The Mr and Mrs. E. C. Ferrell, ,Jr. Louise C. Sapp
Friday nightat
up vaging a pair of old cotton face, ears and neck should be all attended the Tax Assessor. Conference Mr. James Henderson of Tallahassee
the annual party gives tat them gloves lanolin to
applying pure one lovely color. The thinnest from
with
Florida week-end
r by the Crawfordville chapter of your hands, slipping on the application will do the trick and in Key West spent last
National Honor Socict Approximately gloves and wearing them while produce untold added glamour. Sept. 6 through Sept. 14. his mother Mrs. Annie Henderson.Also .
". Lumber- Building Supplies fifty students= played- you sleep. Miss Billie Gelyn Hammick, a!:i:! visiting her were her daughter -

games competed in contests and; ., senior at F.S.U. is attending a convention -' Ettie Glenn and her grand-

enjoyed the music and refresh I in Miami. daughter of Tallahassee.
",' '"We Need And Appreciate 'YourBusiness" ments furnished by the members I I Mrs. Charlie Tucker is a patientin Mr. Robert Griffin and son, Billyof
j of the chapter. Relay games were! the. hospital in Thomasville. Ochlockonee, Georgia, spent
Mr. and Mrs.. James White from Sunday night In their trailer. They
won by difefrent teams and in- LOKI! !
: ,--: dividual prizes by Sheila Byrnes!)i Elountstown, formerly of Craw- transacted business while here.
Sarah Nazworth and Desmond fordville were visitors here last Mr. Hilton Cram of Tallahassee

," Tucker. This is an annual project! Blue Plate MAYONNAISE weekend. spent Sunday afternoon with his
stationed at Mrs. Rufus Crum.
of the National Honor Society to Jack Pearce. who is parents, Mr. and
Guaranteed
< Quality and Price furnish some social activity duringthe Charleston S. C. visited his parents The Parent-Teacher's Association -

year for the lower grades. Mr. and Mrs. Moody pearce held their first meeting for
r 1; last weekend.Mr. the 1963-64 school term at the
Hosts for the evening were Cyn- 39C .
,.:' .;7 :< ;: Ross Hannon, Owner e> thia Cotton, Susan Ladd, Diane qt. Richard Bonyata. is on 'a Sopchoppy School Auditorium,
I, ". Strickland Ann.Moore, Barbara business trip this week in Atlanta.Mr. Thursday night, September 12, at
r'i' Jernigan, Bea Duggar, Jerry'Core f O. E. Hendrickson has re- 8:00. This meeting was a great
and Gerald Folsom. turned to. his home from the Tal- success and every parent and
( : lahassee Memorial Hospital.Mr. others interested in the welfare of

'', HONOR SOCIETY NEWS LETTUCE, head 19c Emmett Ferrell, Sr. has en- the school are urged to attend.

si'' By Ann Moore tered the hospital in Gainesvillefor The next meeting will be held

r. ." SHOP IN COMFORT AT LINZY'S AIR CONDITION The Senior Honor Society of I Fresh TOMATOES '. .. 19c a check-up. October 17. Mr. John Pigott is the
President Mrs. Clinton Rudd is
"' ." STORE. Crawfordville High School met ;

k f ficers.September The following 10, 1963 officers to elect were.of-I LEMONS, dOL. : . 25c Library Council secretary istreasurer.Mr. and. Mrs... Willard Carter


ft.t. PEANUT OIL, No.5.Jug i' 55c elected/President for the-Charmaine 1963-64 school Rabenau year: DANDY : Elects Officers, -and Sunday Mrs. Ralph evening Brown after returned

f Vice President Donna Lynn ROLL SAUSAGE, 3 Ibs 99c B,.' Lauren Loftin and spending three days touring in
;. Secretary Diane Strickland Doug Wright their Wolverine Camper. They visited

SALMON, Pink Alaska. 49c Treasurer Cynthia Cotton New officers elected by the Suwanne River State Park,

.: ; ':' '" Reporter and Historian Ann: CAN BISCUITS 6 for. 49c Crawfordville High School Library White Springs and Stephen Foster
Moore Council are: Helen Adams, President Memorial, Ocean Pond near Olus-
<, T-BONE STEAK y; v"; : 69c Friday ,njghV. September 13, ; vice president, Donna tee in the Osceola Forest where

1963, the society gave the annual Kaizer FOIL, roll '. 9.c Spears; Secretary Treasurer many families were vacationing,
;.:. fun party for grades 48. The Sondro Dykes; Chaplain Margaret and beautiful O'lena Park near
29c society is hoping to give a party Kittrell. We- are proud of the new High Springs, Florida.
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for these grades each semester. members and welcome back the Mrs. Florida daughter

# PEANUT OIL, No. 5 Jug 59cHappy old ones. With a lot of cooperationwe Mrs. Inez Yent, left Wednes-
DEFEND feel that the new school year day by plane for New Orleans fora
Ladles-First Quality .. KidsPEANUT will see our library a better library week's vacation.

NYLON HOSE, ,2 pr. 1.00JOZIII M FREEDOM BUTTER, qt. 59c' for our students and teach Funeral services for Mrs. Kathe-
ers. lene Odom, 39, were held Thursdayat
:. BUY U.S.SAVINGS. Twin LillyFLOUR Saturday, September 21, Mrs. 3 p.m. September 12, at the As-
.. J Stetson ...1./ ;: ; Lewis and Sondro Dykes. who was sembly of God Church. Reverend
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Men's FELT HATS <: 4.98 10 (Ibs.. :>.::,':;;.. ': 79c elected i nthe spring to serve as Fred Combs of Sanderson, Florida,
B 0 chaplain for the Florida High and Reverend Carious Allen of
LINZ.Y'S GENERAL'STORE Clinton 16 oz. School Library Council will attend Sopchoppy officiated.

'.: PORK & BEANS, 6 for 49c the executive board meeting of the She is survived by her husband,

:: ": : PHONE WA 6-3178 t. Council in Winter Park. Sondro Sam, and one daughter, Linda
will be in charge of the devotional. Joyce of Carrabelle, a daughter-in-

I CRAWFORDVILLE FLORIDA ,35c law, Mrs. Gloria Odom, 3 grandchildren -
Laruta CORN BEEF
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2 stepsons and 2 stepdaughters -
her parents, Mr. and

JELLO, 3 for :' .29c e mvj Mrs. David D. Thompson, Carra-
belle; 2 sisters, Mrs. Dan Goff,

r.: Baking HENS, lb. ." -:'" 29c Kentucky Blountatown; ;and Mrs.three Ernest brothers Goff,,

Jessie Tampa; Johnny, Madison;
and Cecil of Panama City.
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1IfALr1 Bassler Funeral Home of Carra
1 t belle was in charge of the services.
f. I &. J Super MarketPHONE ,'rt Burial was in the Carrabelle Ceme-
"A pat on the back develops
': tery.Mrs.
tE character-if given often. Helen Crosby, and Mr. and
SOPCHOPPY
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enough and low enough. Mrs. L. C. Sapp spent Thursday

afternoon _in Panama_ City visitingMr.
and Mrs. Terry Land and son,
." Trcay: and Mrs. Walter D.Sapp of
'ft Lynn Haven.

'.. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs
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: J" .r':.' : ',: Roberts included Miss Kay Paulpof
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'I"I Medart and Evangelist BuddyGreene
,. and Mrs. Greene of Tallahassee -
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their first lesson! Aside from the fun of sent to Mrs. Ralph Brown, Mr.

playing, and the poise and popularity it Delbert (Bud) Roberts Miss MyraLynn

brings. J leading educators agree that t1' Vause, and Miss Pollie Law.
hon, who celebrated their birthday.Monday
., children who ,play the piano do better in j {II S USED CARSTop- September 16.

....'their'studies and in life, too! Give your* MJT. Jack Henderson returned

child this wonderful opportunity now- home after spending several wNb
and start them right, with a glorious new' LIBERAL TRADE-IN TERMS AS LOW with his sister in California and

Story & Clark piano. ON YOUR OLD PIANO!I I AS Top Quality Top Condition his brother in Ft. Bliss, Texas.

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:CAPITAL MUSIC INC. _,,'- 1962 CHEVY II. 6 CyL Std. Shift, '2 Tone Paint. ctetf FUIe GoBY t'

I :.:. I Owner, Low Mileage $1395 BOB BREWSTER

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1310 N. MONROE PH. 224-1338 :" ()..,...r.Utrrmtf a
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FISHIN' TERMS
:.' .. :,;(;{ _. __, '. I.a. .' _.__ _' .'_ __ __ .... .. ',_ .. 1956 CHEVROLET BELAIR, 2 Dr. V8, Radio and $422 Fishermen. wbo "ltloRl ml,,
\ Heater, 2 Tone Paint1959.CHEVROLE'P an opportunity to 11IMwJr
favorite I iM.nlinif. hair ('fHlnwt..1.
j i ,- a number of <'torftil Inrnwl 'fn
i, -t.. _- .., dPseribr l thffrw' \ .." tlwW-Mldp,"
y l' Station Wagon, V8, 4 Dr. Radio ment and each other
and Heater, Air Conditioned, Here are a few of the mop .
Power Brakes Power Steering ". 1 395 picturesque expressions which
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'" $ the angling fans at Mercury outboards '
:: LEON FEDERAL Owner fondly culled from- some
.. :. fishing glossaries and pass:atof>fp
: REALTORSBUILDERS -'. for the benefit of newcomers to

*>:' .- 1963 MONZA Conv., 4 Speed Trans.,, Low Mileage,' the sport: .. "
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:. \ '. Double Illood A I fiHlV fltfrman'w \;
LOANS AVAILABLE Radio and Heater. $600. !
knot ue.rl for JAlnliiK
S Off New Car Price_ : Y' ;:; I wo 1Iw-H of Ifwtbr Itr jffffritt .. '
leader to a line. This !. one knot
every angler should know. If
r far faiiriiC rtsMeatiJ
you can tie a double blood you
... 1961 METROPOLITAN Conv, 2 Dr. Radio and He&ter,' are one of the boy..
....... \ .. C I [..raW .. EtWt S. 2 TORe Paiat, Rambler's $620 Horsing TrytiiK to fund r
fifth too r |44iy. or with bruit*
\:.. ) ...i 1. ..N tf T..LL n' >, Compact High Economy_ forre IftMrad of -kill. Thin. In QIJ.'.
of the best BH>tbod>* of fo Ins *
: '. trophy size flutt yet rttnrhwl hy
:
... L8 II6 inept man.
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: = 1959 FORD, 2 Dr., Standard, Radio and Heater 6 CyT Jack Salnmp I Southern" .,.,, .
S. HOME $520 for walleye pflc* .
S / : LOANS Economy,Wholesale Jig.-A welKbted lure (tfen! j
:, Price to be fished with air up-an
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: NnnAMDMATimRE9BSICELGAXS! down motto. Thin art in ralWd...
"JI! KIB :
:
: Lunker-A btu Ash of any
';. : 1959 PLYMOUTH, V8, Station Wagon, .4', Dr. Auto. upeele'. Before you QMfbl** -
,... 'B'UYERS" M1i E l Pw4 t term make Mir bat tfe* A1IIt'.
.r1 ll5'j Traaa, Radio and Heater, +
>;':' . tI ;.. referred to i. really MR. fI'.JJI.._
,, WlUtewaII TIres $4 9 0
':'- '.. CNKKKLLUNS if' .. stance least a six lURker pound bass Rbould bo'lIt '-
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: :.: : Scull-The act of paddling
with one hand to move the
'. boat
.'. along slowly. Almost a lost art.
1HO ON
FAI 4 Dr. Sedan
Ecoeoasy Ford Compact
.... .. since the introduction of the'
'i'a .. Radfo and Heater Lots of
PHONE 224-3161 slow-troliing Mere filM,,' motors.
'fo'
: I. : Service $790 Sidewinder- tlllaia in moat
Ask for Glenn McOoBon or Walter DeMiIy' ., fishing dn'IHman who casts '
with a wide sidearm motion
.. ': Sidewinder knock bat off .....
;, In* companion and are generally
WE HAVE
< MORE TO
:, OFFER AT considered a menace in a
: r. ;7 > LEONc54td ... boat. Don't be one. .
'2; "Jf.r 6; .. .' Spoon-A metal tare" wM ly>
used for trout. mwkto. A" pick..
,.;;it. : -f. SAVWGS AW LOAN ASSOCIATION Of TAUAHASS5rAtnur > : ALFORD Rumor has it that the' lint lure
of this mad
CHEVROLET type waa by aawlng
t;ff1Jf r sornertnlii' area SI? fIIG.. ky91fi 96 m SsMtt h.uis,.'''If siiwn. c m. w1 lteNstis- .; CO off the.head o( a tflMnrcKO a..V*.
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