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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 26, 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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f[ ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS VOLUME ss-NUMBER s J CRAWFORDVILLE; 'FLORIDA j Thursday September j 26.ma I 1 Price lOc Per Copyant

'. Sealed>ids will be revived until Local ASCS Men Vets Information ':.' .;" .." $: ;. 4:'F" .... : : ":' ,'.
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10:00 A.M:,' Monday October 14, :- 0 'J "..,,! .' .... ,. .. .. :. ers Open
963, by their Wakulla County Attend MeetMr. Explained Here :: ; : ,. ': -. \..!< ",,; _. :ti "i'" : .

Board of.Public::tnVtmctton. Craw Richard Gowdr, local County The last full of j \:",.. !tJ.-r.r""" .."..;-"4.re.'i ." !' ,, Here Friday
year schooling f .
:fordville, Florida 't'tS
the Superintendent of'Public Instruction ilization and Conser Itoi ,Service or training courses undei ; -, Panthers pry open the lid of the

: for Roll Type bleachers announces that 'that fee. 'i1d mem- the Korean GI Bill begins this I > 1963 football season, Friday nightat

meeting: the following specifica- bers of the ASC County 'Committee September, the Veterans Adminis' i'-fi;; : 8:00 pan.
tions: will attend that ASCS State tration said .: t The Panthers play host to a
today. -
A five tier 'high bleacher with Conference in Jacksonville, Oct. When ... a strong team from Sneads in the
this school year ends,,, .
12 sixten foot sections ::
total The Panthers
or a 2-4. only half ,. opener. lacking experience -
a ,
year of schooling will I ,P. '
of 192, more or less, feet in length. Members of the ASC County still be obtainable under the : : along its line will have a

The roll 'type stands shall be delivered Committee planning to attend are gram. Courses starting in September pro. real scrap on their hands, as the

:and installed in a workmanlike J. C. Kyle, J. K. Moore and Clay- ,'1964, must come to a close'on i. team from Sneads is loaded with

manner under the supervisionof ton Taff. January 31, 1965. >. ... veterans.
a f dory trained mechanic. The conference, which will be Congress has set this cut-ofl Coach Mathis told this reporterthat

LOAD: Roll type folding stands attended by ASCS County Office date for the Korean readjustment r tltt "we are green as grass,

shall be designed to safely support, Managers and Committeemen from program of education and training e s but we have been working hard.
when in use, a live load of 120 all over the state, will begin at for veterans without service-con t c s e. We are not quite as ready as I

pounds per ,linear foot of seat- 1:30 p.m., Oct. 2 and run throughnoon nected disabilities. The law gives would like us to be, but the boys
board, plus 120 pounds per linear Oct. 4. It will be held at the will do the best they can"
no authority to
.u ,.. : the VA to extend
iooi ox lOO DOara: win a minimum Robert Mayer Hotel in downtown these benefits beyond these dates----, The Panthers last year defeated

factor of safety of four. Jacksonville.Mr. John Stamper Service Officer ex Sneads 16.6 in a brusing game, but

DESIGN: Each ,standard length Gowdy said that the ASCS plained. only 5 Panthers from that team

section shall consist, of a set of State Conference is being held to Originally, Korean Conflict vet r, ;J have returned. Veterans include
foot and seat boards and four seta bring the county office managersand erans ; Jimmy Welch Glen Miller, Glen
were eligible for 36 monthsof
of all steel under-structure. All committeemen up-to-date on. readjustment courses but now ." ,,.,.- --_: Warmack, Jerry Sheldon and Jerry
steel parts shall be of regular roll- the lastest farm Spears.
program only 17 months will remain before "
develop'I'I !
ed steel channel or angle iron sec- ments and objectives. the final deadline when school Parade Sopchoppy the School Band on, its second appearance of the year took part in the Tallahassee United Mathis said, "I expect these boys
tions of sufficient size to above was made at the start of the parade of Fond to make some mistakes and'errors..
supportthe discussed include Producer Associa- classes corner Pensacola and
iXallahassee South Monroe
resume this September.To last week. Streets in .. .
above load. All flat operating tion Activities. Defense Operations, be --- They are interested, tney nave
eligible for such readjust-
links shall be of not lees than V. the Florida! Sugar Industry, Con- ment education or training veterans Mental Health Wacissa RiverDevelopment Parade Plans worked hard and I am proud of the'

thickness. Each set of steel under servation and Land Use Programs, must have had active serviceat Set For FairTALLAHASSEE progress they have made. We expect -

structure shall consist of channel the Rural Area Development Program ,any time between June 27, 1950, Program asses to give a.good account of our

iron load :carrying posts located and other ASCS adminis- and January 31, 1955. They also On Tuesday of this week the The Wacissa River in Jefferson (Special) selves."

I directly under each seatboard and tered programs. must have served at least 90 days House passed the Mental Health County is one of two Florida rivers Florida's Governor its State

they shall be, connected togetherby Speakers on the program include and entered training within three Bill in an effort to combat mental being considered in a federal gov-' Cabinet, and at least two membersof Sopchoppy Beta '

angle iron operating arms to Hon. Bob Sikes, Congressman for years from their first dischargefrom illness and retardation 'in this 'na- ernment study to be preserved in the U.S. Congressional Delega-
provide an easy-acting, non-binding the First District of Florida; Hor that service. tion. I think that we in the Ninth!fits' natural state for recreational' tion are expected to lead a colorful 1 Club Newsby

folding arm principle of operating. ace Godfrey, ASCS Administrator; Those veterans who were on Congressional District are especi- purposes. parade through downtown Talla Lessie Pigott

Close fitting slides of any shape, Doyle Connor, State Commissionero active duty January 31, 1955, must ally cognizant of the'magnitude of The Wacissa and the Oklawaha hassee Tuesday afternoon Oct. 29, The Sopchoppy Beta Club held
round or 'rectangulars shall not be Agriculture, Dr. Marshall Watkins enter training within 3 years from this problem since 'we. have the in Marion County are two of 64 to open the 1963 North Florida
their first meeting Wednesday,
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employed in :the moving operatingof Director of the Florida Agricultural the date of their first uncondi-. Florida State Hospital at Chatta-I rivers, o rsegments of rivers, rec- Fair. 18 1963. The of the
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the bleacher. To insure ease of Extension Service, and toinal discharge after January 31,! hoochee and the Sunland Training ommended for preservation by a Parade Chairman Ralph Davis of meeting Sept. was to install purpose officers for
operation sections shall move on other agricultural leaders. 1955. Center at Marianna in our district. study team investigating the need Tallahassee disclosed this week
of 1968-64. The
the incoming
rockite self oiling Colson wheels Mr. Gowdy wishes ,to remind the Eligible veterans may choose! Mental illness is a major prob- to protect recreational values of a that the talented Gilchist .County officer were year installed by the new-

not less than 3%* in diameter and people of this county that the of- their own type of training in any lem in these United States and portion of the nations' remaining High School Band from Trenton installed president Judy Chason.
ly
having flat 1U* face and each fice will be closed Oct. 2-4 while school or establishment approvedby this is an effort to meet this chal- natural and free flowing rivers. will be a participant this year for
They are as follows:
wheel must be with The proposed project calls for the first time.
complete casehardened he is at the State Conference. an appropriate state agency, lenge. Roberts Vice-Preide

I, spanner bushing.. Wheels.] tStamper said.-. ., ,_ ., There are more than 800 000 preservation.of the natural beauty Davis reiterated his special invitation June &
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of different construction, smaller Mrs. Gilbert r They may enroll 'in schools or "patients In .mentarinstftutions in of: 'the-river and .adjacent lands to 'ark high schoolbandsto : Treasurer -" ,., { :' ... ."

diameter or of any other material i Gowdy colleges;'take on-the-job training; this nation including 200,000 who Facilities would consist of a rec- join, in the gala event that officially Parlimentarian
Jesse Quigg -
will not be accepted equal. Has enroll in institutional on-the-farm, are retarded; and it is estimated reational area at each end, a camping opens the huge North Flor-
RecipeTAMPA Lessie Pigott ReporterA
SWAY BRACING: All vertical training or other courses including that an estimated. 5 or 6 million:'I area near the middle with ida, South Georgia and Southeastern college of High School
survey
lead carrying' seat supporting posts Back-to-home treat. flight training, cooperative or cor- Americans ((3 per cent of the population "means for removing flat craft Alabama Agricultural Show. Junior's was taken for the National j,
shall be MXM type cross-braced'to- With ,most youngesters getting respondence school courses. ) is mentally retarded. The from the river, minor channel improvements Ninth District Congressman Don Beta Clubon
Club
Sopchoppy
gether horizontally in pairs to pre- school lunches these days it be- Veterans will receive an allow- cost of treatment currently is $2.4 and necessary mainte- Fuqua has already served notice Beta by 1963.
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vent lateral movement of side- hooves Mom to serve 'em a real ance each month to met part of billion a year in direct state, local, nance, adn access roads. I he'll ride in the big parade, and Sept. ,

sway. The "X" braces shall be of "Back-to-Home" treat for Satur- their training and living ex enses. and federal outlays. This, includes I Congressman Bob Sikes of Crest-

a rolled steel channel section properly day lunch. First step is to obtain the.necessary $1.8 billion for mental illness and Luttrell Named To I view, a perennial member of the See About Your

spaced on seat posts to give Thanks to this recipe from Mrs. application forms at the 'Vet $600 million for mental retarda- Farm I parade group, is 'also expected to
maximum rigidity to the stand. Gilbert Gowdy, Crawfordville, wife erans Service Office. tion. Bureau Post ,.join in. Flu Shots NoW

GENERAL CONSTRUCTION: of Gilbert Gowdy, President of the (Korean Conflict veterans with It is estimated that it is possible GAINESVILLE-James N. Lut-|. Every member of the Leon Coun- Don't delay another day getting

All foot and seat boards shall be West Florida County Cattlemen's service-connected disabilities come to reduce the number of patients trell, former county agricultural: ty Commission, the City Commission your flu shot, says Dr. K. L. Van

5/4 x 10" best grade B &: Btr. Association here is a lunch that is under a different .nrocnn&m.. And. under custodial care by 50 per agent in Lee County, has been) the Tupelo Honey Queen Horn Directed Wakulla Countv
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Douglas Fir, thoroughly kiln dried, quikc to fix and as nutritious' as it have different deadline dates.)- cent, or more, within a decade or named commodity director for.the representing the Florida State i Health Department. .

surfaced on four sides with corners : is delicious. two under a broad new program. Florida Farm Bureau Federation. Beekeepers Association, and a host These shots are not available at

well rounded and with split. "One of the blessings of this And, that he treatment of schizophrenics L ttrell's primary duty with of other colorful entries are expected the County Health Department, but

preventing screws in each end ol light lunch," said Mrs. Gowdy, "is Holmes Union the largest category of Farm Bureau will encompass liaison to make the 63 Fair Paradethe he urges that everyone, see their

each board. Foot rests shall be lo- it seconomy..' "A pound of ham- the mentally ill, can be cut drastically work with all commodity biggest ever, Davis declared.He family physician and get them as

cated not less than 18* below the burger rea'ly goes a long way to Only No-Death by the use of modern tech- groups throughout the state rep- said acceptances have already soon as possible. The onset t of cooler -

seat rest of the corresponding row. provide the youngesters at home Counties So Far niques, and mental retardation can resenting the 33,000 member. or- begun to pour in from units suchas weather is the time of danger.It .
Vertical filler boards of 1 X 12" with a hot lunch." be substantially reduced by adequate ganization. the Florida State University takes a month for a shot to be-
clear Douglas Fir shall be located This recipe for easy-as-pie Bur- pre-natal care, particularlyin A native of Illinois Luttrell is Color Guard Army ROTC Drill come effective.

between the seat posts and under ger Scramble is light enough for of TALLAHASSEE the state's 67 counties- Only passed two- slum areas. a graduate of the University of Team the FSTJ Airforce guard and There is no guarantee that a

the center of the seat boards in lunch yet will provide active child- the first eight months of the The House bill authorizes finan Florida and has worked with the Angel Flight, and many others. shot will keep you from getting flu

such position as not to interfere ren with a hot lunch that fills 'em year without a traffic fatality. cial assistance in the construction Florida Agricultural Extension The Fair Parade: Committee is but it is the only way medical

with the leg room of the spectatorsand up ,and at the same time ..They were Holmes and Union. of research centers and facilities Service since 1954. Before going to launching an all-out drive to bringas science knows of helping protect

close enough to the foot board sit-r-'e-t-c-h-e-s your grocery bud- The/ Florida Highway Patrol related to the mentally retarded,. Lee County in 1961, he was as- many area high school bands you. Inoculation after exposure is
reported at that time that the
t to prevent a basketball dropping get. :number of highway deaths on a in'the construction of community sistant county agent in Volusia and majorette corps in for the the useless. It's too late, then. Thereare
underneath the stand. BURGER SCRAMBLE mental health centers, and in the County. ;
parade possible.
statewide basis totaled 921. or as no specific treatments for flu.
LOCKING DEVICE: Cylinder 1 pound ground beef a plus 38 for the year comparedwith training of teachers of children Luttrell is a WW II naval vet- Fair Parade time is 5 p.m., with You just have to suffer it-and

locks, keyed alike, shall be provided 2 tablespoons shortening the first eight months of who are mentally retarded or men- eran, former 4-H Club and Future the parade route set north from hope it dosen't turn into pneumon

for locking the sections in places 4 eggs 1962. tally ill as well as.other handicapped Farmers of America member and the Capitol Building area on: ia. The best treatment is bed rest

automatically when folded. The Itt teaspoons salt One hundred and twenty-five children. has been active in many commodity Adams street to Call street, east on good food, plenty Of liquids and
persons were killed in traffic in
folding arms in the understructure V'4 teaspoon pepper the following counties during The House program totals $238 organizations in Florida daring Call! to Monroe, then South? on Mon aspirin or nose drops to relieve dis-

shall be so designed as to auto- % chopped onion (or onion flakes.. the month of August the Patrol million over a three year period. his tenure with the Extension roe to point South of the Capitalarea. comfort. Antibiotics help only if

matically lock the sections in the % chopped pimiento if desired -co..fA. Service. complications set in.

opened position to prevent accidental Brown the meat in the shorten- I Citrus, Dixie.Flagler Gadsden. Drive With Care FFBF President E. H. Finlayson Persons or organizations inter- The sources of infection the
closing of front rows when ing in a moderately hot frying : Gulf Hamilton Jackson Lafa- I hails Luttrell as a valuable addi- ested in entering bands or floats, health officer say are dischargee

partially occupied. pan. Pour off all drippings. Beat yette.Washington Putnam one each.St. Lucie and Around SchoolsIs ,tion to Farm Bureau, pointing out should contact Ralph Davis at the from the mouth and nose 'ofTIfl-

FINISH: All steel parts shall be eggs and add salt, pepper,' onion Alachua.. Colombia Lake. FHP that the full-time commodity director State Road Department, Tallahassee fected persona.CRAWFORDVILLE. 1

properly cleaned and finished ,.in and.pimietAdd mixture to meat Leon. Manatee O cll:>osa. Pinel- WarningTALLAHASSEE will enable. the. organization Florida.
school furniture brown enamel. All l and cook slowly over low heat, stirring las and Seminole two each. to expand its activities in this important -
wood parts shall be finished with occasionally, until eggs are Hillsborough. Marion. Monroe. The Florida fieldLuttrell .
natural with toast. Serves four Santa Rosa and Sarasota three Highway Patrol today asked I will be in
one
one coat light stain 'irm. Serve each. motorists to keep a sharp lookI.l I. headquartered PERSONALSMr.
coat shellac and a final coat of bestgrade to six. Others and the number for each out for a new flock of seasonal I the Florida Farm Bureau Federation -
satin finish spar varnish. county: Brevard six; Broward pedestrians that overflow the building Gainesville. and Mrs. Charles Dawsea
Each contractor bidding on the five; Clay eight; Dade 14; Duval streets and highways several visited their daughter and family,
above equipment will be requiredto 11; Escambia four; Hernando times a day. 1st Sgt. and Mrs. C. E. StuH at

furnish a bid bond of cashier's k ,' seven; Orange eight; Palm Beach The Patrol was speaking of Fort Benning, Georgia, last week.
check in the amount of not less : five; Pasco five; Polk' four and the kids state's who. for thousands the greater of school part Trooper Bill's .lie Mr. and Mrs. Cedell Barrow and

bid made Volusia six. son, Neal spend Sunday with Mr.Barrow's .
his
of
than 5 cent ended
per The Patrol' is engaged in an a summer of fun on Labor I-. cwOW
payable to the Board of Public :. intensified effort to reduce highway Day and started another school HighwayPhilosophy r.. ENth tea r---. M parents Mr.and.Mrs. T.
Instruction, Wakulla County, Florida deaths and injury in a pro- year the next day. S. Borrow.
Mr. Henry Crum Chairman.The gram called "Operation Track- While emphasizing the need Fall is a good time to organize Larry Taylor, youngest sea of
successful bidder will be re- down" and has' -asked for the for careful and watchful driving your drawers and closets. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Taylor, I.i confined -
assistance of all enforcement on the part of residents and drawers and
dean
all
quired before signing the contractfor out your to his home and unable to
> the work, to furnish agencies. visitors the Patrol stressedthe Be on the lookout for kids. It's reline them with clean paper. It walk due to hip trouble.
performing need for
'The fall and winter monthsare children of all
ages
school time again. may save a dry cleaning bill later. Mrs. Lillian Jackson of Tallahassee
bond in the -
.. a contract performance z among the year's most to know about and observe
' amount of one hundred ,(100%) dangerous said Patrol Comdr.H. traffic safety laws and regula Sort out your summer clothes for- spent Sunday with Mrs.
' It will soon be October and storage and make sure your fall .
"and tions. Sally Harvey.Mr.
:;.. cent of the contract price in a N. Kirkman. we urge
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per acceptable to ,thez everyone to go all out in an These suggestions the Patrol time to renew your driver'slicense and winter clothes are dean and Ned Stewart is a patient at
;:: surety company effort to hold the line on highway bad for drivers children and If you were born In an ready to wear. the Tallahassee Memorial HospitaL

owner. .{.,",',,:<.,...'>' crashes by using safe driving parents: odd-numbered year. Gather up all your summer hats. The Baptist Youth Camp held
the right to >
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The owner reserves ;:tlJ;;. practices as their weapon." Be cautious when passing with
Brush them stuff the crowns iB'
their regular monthly meeting
reject any and all bids, and to through school zones, no matter By the time a man learns tc
the contrast as may best 'TOP STORY-A timely addition k the time of day. stop when a watch his step, he isn't going tissue paper and store in bat boxes. Panacea, last Saturday. There was
award fall
to and winter wardrobes -
their ;:: 1& the' shirt that ran DA Yes theses are the good old f school bus is loading or unloading any place. Summer shoes should be pol- an attendance of 67. The Camp
serve purpose.Wakulta Board of Public worn tucked in or as an over- dar8.for.for 'unto< remember. in unless you are on the ished and put away in boxes. Stuffing comprises members from aH the
County blouse. This versatile style in m .,;, 1980" _. opposite of a two lane highway Yes your maw's right Certtrade. the toes with paper towels will Baptist Churches of WakuHa Coun-
Instruction Mr. Henry Crum, cotton oxford print has button- with a divider strip. And above You can't fall .if you keep them from curling out of ty. -
Chairman; Mr. C.: L.: Townsend, down coHar and long sleeves. Never slow down on your effort all WATCH FOR CHILDREN. sever try. u. .-, I shape. Be sure your winter shoes
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Shore.
'n $
Su erirttesdent. By Ship ';. to be a' good_ driver.. Some one The kids were and "pair.I .
urged to walk boots are in good Kids are swarming all over the
September 26, October 2-9 '. -< '.. may run over you. facing traffic. Bumper chasers are grave I" '. '., place now with school lo see-
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*;.... 2 WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY"I' 1

'g' Thursday, September 26.'1963 Dees Barber Shop TAX DEED JUDGE. WAKULLA COUNTY I I Florida Forest Service
, .;. Sec. 194.16. F.S. FLORIDA IN PROBATE. '
2238 South Monroe 1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that .IN RE: ESTATE OF Rainfall ReportThe
(. .::. John Strickland. Sr. the holder of the Jack W. Ward. Jr.Deceased.
following certificates has filed said
> BOYS HAIRCUTS $1.00 .certificate for a tax deed to be issued To All Creditor and P..eonsDeceHaving
'''thereon. The certificate number- and Claims or Demand Against Said Florida Forest Service reports the
;' WAKULLACOUNTY a week, Friday years of issuance the description of ESTATE: c.
Open 6 days rainfall recorded at Wakulla .
> the property and the .names in whichit You and each of you are hereby following
: was assessed are as follows: notified and required to present thru.
any
17th
I NEWS Towers for the week of Septenber
'rill p.m Certificate No. 19 I claims and demands which you. or
Year of Issuance 1961 I either of you. may have against the 23,1963 A Service of Your Doctor of Medicine
Four )master barbers.to Description of Property Beginning at !estate of Jack W. Ward Jr.. deceased Your Local Medical Society and the
Telephone' WAlnut 6-3301 the waters edge of Ochlocknee Riveron 'late of said County to the County Florida Medical Association
; ; serve you. the west side of State Road 10. Judge of WakuUa County Florida at Crawferdville .70
, '" ... thence run: North 87 feet to R/W of his office in the court house of said DEAFNESS: NEW, HOPE
said State Road 10 to Ochlocknee
County at
Crawfordville. Florida withIn 1.30
i thence river to FOB: Newport
-.F DEE COOK, Owner River along six calendar months from the time
,. :' the above tract of land being in Sec > of the first publication of this notice. Deafness is considered by
I I tion 2. Township 6s. Range 3w. Two copies of 1.00 the number physical
each claim demand one
Editor or Average; many
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Virginia Keijchtley Name in which assessed Dave Smith. shan be in '
: writing and span state the impairment. An estimated six
I AU of said property being In the
of ,
place residence'and
post office address -
million in the United
County of Wakulla. State of Florida. of the persons
"'"' MAN WANTED to manage and[: Unless such certificate or certificates sworn to by the claimant claimant and his atent.shall be or I> Fire Repcrt States have some .degree of
; ,4' shall be redeemed according to law
,;:, retail Watkins Route in 1 l the described in such 'cer- attorney. and accompanied by a filing i 54 hearing loss.
property Fires since 1,1963
; a January
;. operate fee of one dollar and such claim or; One out of five cases of deaf-
will be sold to i
::' Entered at Crawfordville Florida, Earnings of 125.00 pe>tlficate or certificates demand not so filed shan be void. :
.f.- this area. the highest bidder at the court house Alice Ward Fires last 62 ness is due to otosclerosis, the
.' -l ., second class matter. SubseriD- ',week from the very beginning door on the first Monday in Month of 1 I 1M administrate of the Estate of same period year formation of spongy bone in
$. r as : October 1963. which is the 7th day As executor of the Last Win and the capsule of the labyrinth of
Write Mr. McGarity, P.O. Box 627,i of October. 1963. Acres burned this year 26U.2 .
? "tionTate $3.00 year. of Testament of Jack W. Ward. r"'l, the ear. When this spongy bone
.: .: : per Florida. Sept. 19-26 Oct. Dated this 5th day September. ,deceased .
Williston
;
,
. .-r.. .. 1963. First publication Acres burned same period last year 435.6 immobilizes the stapes or stir-
. .. '3 Moody Pearce "1963. Sept. 1&-28. Oct. 3-10. rup and limits its motion a loss
.
". .'-' Clerk of Circuit Court of
results.
of hearing
I Wakulla County. Florfida
!: : I. Sept. 12-19-26. Oct. 3 Some fifty years ago, otol-
t,,;s,": '. If You Need ogists (ear specialists) devised
.'* O T I C E for
ELECTION surgical techniques bypass-
ft- .. .. Office Supplies BROWNING BROS. FOR TERMS OF TWO FOUR SUPERVISORSI YEARS t ing the fixed stapes with a

Business Machines EACH FOR WAKULLA SOIL : "window" made in the horizontal -
d CONSERVATION DISTRICT. Tallahassee semicircular canal for the
Office FurnitureSee ; .
Construction, Excavatingand I October 10. 1963 conduction of sound to the inner -
PANACEABARBER I Pursuant.to the Soil Conservation : I This
operation
fan I Act. Chapter 582. Florida Statutes of .., ear. was
Land Clearing known fenestration from the
1949 and Chapter 28094 of 1953. notice ;. as
RANEY WHALEY SHOP is hereby given of an election to be Flowers &. Candy Inc. .., Latin fenestratus. (furnished
held on October 10. 1963. for the election with windows). More than one

atCAPITAL Day Phone 222-9065 four of two(4) years(2) supervisors each. for termsof stage was required to completethe

'. Polling Placets) operation, and the fenestraor
224-8801 On
Phones Only
: Open
Night
; OFFICE Crawfordville. Florida opening had a tendency to
I 224-4893 Polling places( ), will be open between close.
: EQUIPMENT CO. : Tuesdays and Saturdays the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. About ten years ago an op-

.. 319 South Adams St. WOOVILLE FLORIDA 8OOAJK.to8OOP.M. in All the qualified District electors shaU be residing eligible with-to COMPLETE FLORIST SERVICE-. eration which had been earlier
Corner E. Pensacola vote in this election. abandoned when the fenestration -
s ... Boys and Mens REGULAR A qualified elector
FLORIDA as defined in the .J technique became popular,
TALLAHASSEE, FOR $ALEBoat2bfoot Cabin Florida Soil Conservation Act
of Haircuts $1.00 includes ... : was revived and has since
Crosier, New Motor. Real any person qualified to vote in general ti f '
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Flat Tops $1.25 elections under the Constitution and : *"* achieved wide success. Knownas
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Cheap. Contact Judge Harper Statutes of this state who is also a the stapes mobilization the
-.::.' Crawfordrille, TeL Office landowner in'the herein named district. j: ". procedure is involved with
:
f t' TROOPEI Bill SAYS WA4-S3S1. Residence WA 62511. L.State M.Soil Hollmgsworth.Conservation Administrator Board ; '. ,' mobilizing or removing the

; Sept. 19-26 Formerly Tillman'sJO. .. .' fixed stapes.
REHEWYOURDRIVER'S ... : The advantage of the stapes
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,' -.j : .,-,EAST JEFFERSON STREET V is that it
; LICENSE F I .. operation requires only
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED r >
NOTICE 1:. : \
OF APPLICATIONFOR of
two days hospitalization
one or -
the holder of the following
DURING YOUR NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that J. H. Hudson TAX DEED .
certificates has filed said certificates for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. The Sec. 194.16. F.S. ,' little post-operative care,
; BIRTH,MOHTH certificate numbers and years of Issuance the description of the property and' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that and the patient can return to
1 the names In which it was assessed are as follows: I'I John Strickland. Sr.. the holder of the regular daily activities when he
Certifi- Name In following certificates has filed said leaves the hospital. Patients as
cate Year of' which certificates for a tax deed to be Issued :
, old 75
have
l. No. Issuance Description of property Assessed thereon. The certificate num- I as years success- I
224-5023
bers and years of issuance, the de- PHONE TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDAor fully undergone the stapes
91 1956 E !4 of Lot 21 and E % of Lot 22. Block Mrs. Mary Sloan scription of the property and the mobilization operation for deaf
I 2. Town of Panacea.> Jacques follows names In which it was assessed are as WA G-tt01: : 'RAWFORIVILLE ness. There is no age limit and

.Z 20 1957 As per deed recorded In DB 39 P-2S3 Carl A. Devene Certificate: No. 14-33-37 'j I I I the experience is rendered pain
Public Records Wakulla County. Florida. Year of Issuance 1961 less by local anesthesia.
M V containing 810f an acre in Lot 114 Description of Property As per deed'
$ 1 .''l H.S. 'bok 46.. page 395 Lot 2, Block "H"
Aqua de Vida and Lots 14 and 15.
40 1958 Lot 8, Bk] F. Agua De Vida Subdivision. D. B. Holland Block "U" Aqua de Vida. Lumber Co.
Name in which assessed M. E.I W Woodvill : HEALTHTOPICS
e ,1961 An undivided 1/11 interest in all except Polly Whitehead Rowell. Ella Mae Allen and John H.
200 acres*of Lot 82 H.S.. 14 6/11 acres. Varraker.All .
of said property being in the''
:43 1961 Lot 13 Panacea Shores A. W. BishopAU County of Wakulla. State of Florida.
I Unless such certificate or certificatesshall Lumber Building Supplies M D-
be redeemed according to law the '
I I! property described in such Certificateor : \
I certificates will be sold to the
I highest bidder at the court house-
of said property being In the County of Wakulla. State of Florida. : door on the first Monday in Month of "Vie Need And YourBusiness" A Service of Your Doctor of Mediciue.
I I' Unless such certificate or certificates shall be redeemed according to law th-1 October. 1963. which is the 7th day Appreciate Your Local Medical Society and the
property described in such certificate or certificates will be sold to the highes I I of October. 1963. Florida Medical Association.
THE bidder at the Court House door on the first Monday in the month of October Dated this 5th day of September
1963. which is the 7th day of October. 1963. 1963. 1 ATHLETES ANDEXAMINATIONS
Dated this 4th day of September Moody Pearce
1963.Moody Pearce Clerk of Circuit Court of Wa
Clerk of Circuit Court' of kulla County. Florida.
CHRISTlfln September 5-12-19-28 Wakula] County. Florida. Sept. 12-19-28. Oct. 3 The examination of ahoy

: who wants to be an athlete can

and Price Guaranteed: put the examining physician ina
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE: Quality, difficult position. Being
S SCIEflCEl.u
I .. SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF turned down for something he
FLORIDA IN AND FOR WAKULLA, wants to do that will build his

Fi' -"" ... ''' James COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. .- morale and ego can cause psy-
I.

11' mOniTOR eVl d.W... --. : : ij : .' I -Plaintiff.Margery TRULL..se+ .+ ' 'r-; Vs. : : .n r rr Sometimes is
:.. S. -4 i Defendant.C. TRULL. r ,..- ."r : t.. exerted by interested Uttttefrpreseurc parties in

BOBBY RUSS DIVORCEORDER ; an effort to have an athletic

:, OFt PUBLICATION aspirant given a clean bill of
t'' STATE OF FLORIDA TO: I health by the examining physi-
t'I 1 Margery C. Trull cian. But physicians have stand
Accurate .
Service :
I Complete Insurance General Delivery
ards when
Marrero. Louisana. SPECIAL THURSDAY FRIDAY qualifying o r (
,
You disqualifying anybody for any-
are hereby notified that a com-
Complete plaint for divorce hasbeen filed against I thing, and are not to be coerced
you in the Circuit Court of Wakulla and SATURDAY into confirming that a boy is t
:.Up i to 40,% Discount on Auto Rates : County. Florida, in Chancery. You are qualified to be an athlete when
News hereby required to file (personally or I
-.'-.; ..,.. by attorney) .with the Clerk of said he is not even though he may ;
Court and send a copy of the same to have skills much needed by an 1
1 the. attorney for the plaintiff your Ib. 29c athletic department.
: ; Fresh Gade A FRYERS
Coverage written defenses if any. to the com- There are three major problem

! :"A Finance Plan for the Working Man",. ,;' : plaint October in 7,said 1963.cause Herein on fail or before areas where disqualifying

... ,Judgment by default win be not.entered or, STEAK Ib. 69c defects are often detected in
n T-BONE
against you.WITNESS. the examination of prospective
Printed inBOSTpli ,' my hand and the seal of athletes. The metabolic diseasesare

AutoHomesHosPItlizatlonReal '. said County.Court Florida at Crawfordville.this 4th day Wakulla of September Dandy SAUSAGE 3 Ib. roll 99c a factor, especially diabetes.
'1_' 1963.Official Diabetes as such, is not always
'. Estate- ( Seal) considered a disqualifying disease -
LOS ANGELES J. H. HudsonP. if it is
adequately con
LONDON Crawfordvf. O. Box le 66, Florida TOMATOES, 303 cans, 3 for 37c trolled either with or without I,

Attorney for Plaintiff insulin. But often there are insulin -
/Moody reactions associated with
WE BUY PULPWOOD TIMBER Clerk Moody Circuit Pearce Pearce Inst. Maxwell House COFFEE 6 oz 99c increased exercise. Kidney disease -

Court. is a serious matter and
1 Year $22 6 Months $11 Wakulla County. Florida.
while the results of test.
Sept. may
3 Months $5.50 PHONE WA 6.3711CRAWFORDVILLE .' 5-12-19-28 Pure Hog LARD 1 gal. 89c not be alarming during examination -
Clip this advertisement and t ,
.. the added stress of ath-
; ,return it with your check or CLASSIFIEDHousewives
1
money order to: FLORIDA 4 letic competition can put a
The Christian ScUnce Monitor _. ,. who Have spare ama MAYONNAISE 49c heavy load on the kidney function
One Norway Street .' time, cash in on Avons big Christmas -, qt. with dire results. Thereare
Boston 15. Mass.I problems of the cardiovas-
sales. All need .is a few
you
.. lOcI cular-respiratory system, which
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l' '. '" :;'. ..' -.: I. spare hours a day to service Avon BANANAS, frequently include heart and

___ '___ II,. .'- 1 customers. One territory is now I blood pressure abnormalities.A .

: -' in Wakulla County. For in youth needs to be in good
open SHOP and SAVE ATPIGOTT'S health when competing in

formation, contact Mrs.. Dorothy -- sports especially the contact ,I
Tallahassee Business Firms Martin, Avon District Manager ones such as football basket-

P.O. Box 3345 MMS, Tallahassee, STORE ball, wrestling and soccer. His I
best insurance is
an adequate

: DIRECTORYPatomize Phone 3851818.NOTICE : MEDART physical examination.

: ; : We give TOP VALUE Stamps 1
t TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: .t -

,This is to certify that my wife, '{ ; Gobbledegook

These: AdvertisersF.R'M Bette Ann Spears, has deserted me : t
No. 6718967WOutlandish
without cause and that I am not

r .. responsible fcr any debts made by examples of

51 O. I. GRAMLING Little Folks Store, her. Toy Replicas of Great Western Firearms the extent to which some 'I i

Inc. Willie Jack Spears bureaucrats will 'go in t
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FEEDS ; & CO. "The Capital's Sept. 26, Oct. 3, 10, 17. their insistence on red- I
for Minors"Children's
i' Majors
taped procedures are con- I
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"d .. Furniture, Toys,
One-Stop Service for Games Hobbies FOR SALE stantly coming to light in I

Feed Seed Fertilizer Baby Accessories Hound Dog contact George Byrd Washington.But :

133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 U.S. Wildlife Refuge, Ochlocknee the instance reported :

Poultry Supplies River. 2T. t by Rep. Joe )I. Kil-

Flint River Mills Garden Tools gore (D.-Tex.) astonishedeven

2015 S. Monroe Ph., 223-0274 S.AXJLR. those inured to be-
So. Adams at
Crossing According to the Catholic fiM wildering practices in fed- I

Phone 223-0173 Digest signs posted on the eral agencies. I

fence around a girls' schoolin } Rep. Kilgore said that a I

.;. New Jersey team: "Tres government clerk) one day

:. : ., SUBER & JOHNSON passers will be prosecuted to received a form from an-

Lipkt Weight and Regular : the fullest extent of the law. other department which

Concrete Blocks Seeds-Fertilizer-Baby Chicks The Sisters of Mercy" d got mixed up in his pile. I

Hanson, Wood and "r Farm Supplies Some think a picnic is too He read it, initialed it, and

Hoel Ind. Inc. Cor. Gaines and Woodward Sts. far to go to eat too much put it in his "out" basket

The symbol of the International Two days later it came
S. Adams St. at 4-Points TeL 2225960BakerAlford
Red Cross, which is back with this note at-
TeL 222-5840 P. O. Box 661
'c 100 years old this year, is the tached:
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flag of Switzerland with ; "This document was net I

.. Capital Stone Co. colors reversed -. designed for you to haneRe.

:' Please erase your initials
Since 1908 initial the **
and erasure
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Yeager, MARBLE GRANITE Co. ; pi ,. I
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BRONZE "Many a sad husband has
...;:i.:. a { _
i r :- Iatw MEMORIALS TA Part House" ... learned when the little woman Young cowboys buffalo hunters and 'Injun' fighters are Winning "Behind every successfulman

,, Anything for your auto track refers to 'pocket change' she the West this summer with replicas of historic sidearms stands whocouldn't
War,." I Cemetery Work of AU Types or tractor. Also for your powerlawnmower means out of his,pocket and and rifles. Their "official" Winchester rifles and Fanner pistols a woman
': .Insurance and Bonds and much for fire safe make-believe "Shootta Shell*" and "Greenie Stick M or be more surprised.
':; ; 508 W. Gaines St.-Tel. 223-0719 'boat your, into hers, -Ron. L. Coffman, Perforated Roll Caps" lending authenticity to play. Mattel, Inc. -Russell Buck Wellington :

214 S.c: Adams. St.-TeL. 222-4680 Walter Bvachan, Mgr. 208 N. Adams St. Ph. 222-3380' Grove City (0.) Record. Hawthorne Calif toymaker pioneered toy replicas of famous (0.) ,Enterprise. i

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CARROTS, bag. lOc.r f ANEWKIND
LOVE"Paul
OF HOOT"

r Gey SWEET SOAP, 6 bars 29c ."Coloring, Tinting, Cutting. -:. Newman The Brothers Four

.. Permanent Waves .- : -- Joanne Woodward Sheb Wooley

; Reg. Size JOY.. 29c '- .., 'T'i.Il'.':!ty;.,

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Operators !, : At 8:00 At 8:00

J Reg. Siez QUAKER OATS 21c Phyllis Brakebill ,, IRENE'S BEAUTY SHOP.- "TARZANSTHREE 'THE BRAMBLE : '
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Large Lima Eveleen Crawford ." At The ICE PLANT CHALLENGES" ; Burton

['j, BEANS, cello bag, 2 lb. 35c Irene Cooper Jack Co-Hit Mahoney 9:40 "DAYS Co-Hit OF 9:50 WINE .

r "MOBY DICK" AND ROSES" ;

LIQUID STARCH:: 2 qts. 29c SHOP IN COMFORT AT LINZVS I AM CONDITION'" I I Gregory Peck Jack LemmonAVAILABLENOWAT

STORE. "The road to success is always -

) Tag DOG FOOD, 3 cans' 23c I'' CAN DRINKS, hot, 5 for 49cLARD I W. M.under Guy Haskell construction.-, (Okla.) "

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t Small Tender Ib. pkgs., 2 for ..25cBANANAS
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r PORK CHOPS, lb. .0. .' = 49c --

Ib. :. lc .

r Economy SLICED BACON; Ib:' 35c Thursday. Friday Saturday .

FRYERS, Ib. -;.; > '.$ :: ; 29c
CHUCK STEAK, lb. 59c .- i3: YOUR LOCALS
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Thursday, Friday,
t Saturday Only \,;

F DeBuke BLANKETS, 72x 90 ... ;: 2.98 .
,. ,) F-R-M FEED DEALER i f
VIENNA SAUSAGE, 2 cans 39c '' .
LADIES PANTIES, 3 for .': 1.00 .

EACH 25 LB. BOX
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Joe has quite a problem. Where are all .
those.income tax deductions. If'he had only -. .
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kept a record.
Don't be like Joe. Let us keep your recordsfor '
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you. Start a Lewis State checking ac-
count today and have all the details re-. N N IN
corded In your checkbook for future .
reference.COLONIAL.
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ways you can make your -f.' -..
home brighter, more livable '

-more comfortable, is to'

I I take an imaginative checkof .
I lighting possibilities ." r..., J .i

I picture a lamp here, a ..' ,
fixture there-light better / '",

,, sight light for dramatic effect. ___ ; \i
CHARM Here are some suggestions. ""
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LIVING AREAS STUDY AREAS

'. A Special Welcome To University Students & Faculty!' How about a candlelight evening-electrically? One of your most important lighting checks
fF : j Imagine little twinkles of light playing on your proper light for study can be a real help.to-
( Your sofa Is the keynote of comfort ceiling from modern fixture designed. to give to give on nightly plenty 0.......htwork.the Lighting work swface.'while arranged
.1 you a romantic setting. Maybe the
.1I !udur.e. are and shadow. f
reducing glare Make
with its
In Room
Living recessed into the
your switch
ceiling; flip one -instant I
seeing and reading easier. A study 'Ump with a
American Charm! Colonial starlight! flip another switch and '
Early a baby spot diffusing bowl and a ISO-watt bulb is a stable
furniture gives your home a wonderful highlights your favorite painting or planter. Flip answer. Make sure all members of rise famiy
another and your home is filled with a light, have a properly lighted place to read. I
1 livable atmosphere. COUCH. warm welcome for guests.You may want to take BATH AND BEDROOMS "i
fE a second "lighting"trip through the (living areas.. E
I Is there a light in the clothes closet? Dad could ;l
(wood trim or'plain) KITCHEN leave some evening with; a tan suit cot and 9f ..-.;;
: -_ trousers.How about your bath and..*..a*a.1 ;
/ : io71 : In Prints & Tweed Covers! : Yes man.the kitchen is no place for dark corners. You can make sure you are properly Jntittd for,
+ There should be lighting over the sink over the the evening with abundant fig....... Her*. tMb '
range. .overall.Can you see into the top shelf ask Dad if he can see to shave wider .Isis fir,*
on the end cabinet? Check for dramatic lighting One little fixture will solve that problem for flits.. '
'S .lr' here, too. Many evenings end up over a cup of Plan a soft low-wattage night fight for vkt tftf s :
k S ..- 88 coffee-family style in the kitchen. gone in the evening. "'. .;
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You may be able to turn a patio into another mercury vapor lamp with built-in pfcalu.h&lric
.. a room with outdoor tights. Make sure your entrance cell to automatically turn the lamp on at dusk and
I
t! .. "# 1 1l is well lighted. And here's a brand new off at dawn. v :
...... idea from Florida Power have your own No investment or downpaymeMt it r...... The ,
Sx street tight installed anyplace you want it for just service is unmetered and is baled db.cty to yw
a few cents day.We call it LIGHT WATCHMAN. at a flat monthly rate with the cost added to yeN
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;.' ; : .Y',' Construction,Excavating man to carry NewsOutlook."I divide your pie and "A nickel goes a long way
of groceries
,, ,. u.' : ;. with him."-Ernst L. these days. You can carry >/
' ,t ". and Land-Chxrin S: RENEW YOUR Russ six-year-old Metz, .) Wellington (0.) En one for weeks without find- '

DRfI'fR5lICENSf ,. Bath County ing anything it will buy.-
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Night Plumes 224-8801 ,/\ - +i 224-4893 "Some people think that y .
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/ : ,BIG CAPACITY @)) ; nl\O \ Beef BRISKET STEW, T."A have started a Dry Cleaning and Laundry Pick-up: A

Fresh for the People of the County.

LOW PRICE! !! j f _,: E Itg) TOMATOES, lb. On Mondays-Surf I will and pick Panacea.up door to door in Medart ""

, LETTUCE head :
L '. On Tuesdays I wiU pick up door to door in Spring
-St. Marks-Newport-Wakulla Station. IOn

BANANAS, lb. Wednesdays I will pick up door to door in Craw-
; GENERAL ELECTRIC -Ivan and the out lying territory.,
i eye I'M [IE BOILED

':: FILTER-FLO I WASHER American;r PEANUTS Beauty 2 DELIVERIES Thursdays-Fridays WILL, -BE Saturdays MADE ,' '.",,,-'


Contract me by Phone WA 6-3338. ;'

SUWANNEE
WOOTEN SMITHCrawfordville
I- 2 WASH SPEEDS!, THREE WASH TEMPERATURES FloriJa

; Normal for regular loads;slow for del GRAWFORDVILLE.. ,
Icatefabricsl! POWERFUL SPRAY RINSE
23995 'i i Mrs.IsabeDe Forbes, I
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WATER SAVER LOAD SELECTOR ,., _
Normal for regular short for delicate .
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soak. BIG SPIRAL ACTIVATOR : ;. INSIDE -4t...
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MATCHING AUTOMATIC DRYER: ,..
f'7 Large family-size loads of clothes are I I' .

f I With Trade washed truly clean. GOING TO PRESS OCTOBER 11th :':,,, i 8
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SEE THE AMAZING NEW New and changes in the ALPHABETICAL
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" :-' "'.,,." .,.,1' GENERAL ELECTRIC FILTER- section Be arranged for inclusion in the 1964 been indefinitely delayed if
-- -- t \ FLO WASHER WITH EXCLUSIVE may Isaac Meritt Singer had been

,' MINI-WASH issue Before this date By calling or visiting our successful as a Shakespearean -
SYSTEM
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T it I actor Born, in Pitts-
}-: -' IT'STWOWAHERSJNONEJ! Business Office.ADDITIONAL ton N.Y. in 1811, Singer ran
. '.', away from home at the age
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Now can automatically wash delicate
b. you -
4-. w. ,r fabrics, lingerie, sheer stockingsall of 12 and went to work as
':x;, ;;' -. ', normally hand washed-in Gen SERVICE While talking to our an apprentice machinist in
k eral Electric's new miniature wash-
h '.' Rochester .. He be-
: basket And presto-it's so easily soon
'w > quiring removed more for vigorous big 12-pound washing loads action.re Business office plan to order the additional telephone came a qualified journeymanbut
-r'o a ,,a Really two washers in one! Plus: Fa fell in love with the stage
l : moos Filter-Flo Washing System service you have always wanted for home :I and for 20 years he persistedin
,-4 Automatic Bleach Dispenser SafetyLid
; Brake Choice,of color. his attempts to reach
:,.,-. }t" .y sr l, jjaSi i O' Trademark of the General' Electric.Co.Tully's I and Business. theatrical stardom althoughhe
h fr a .
.. hardly, if ever, managedto

r.. u This applies to the following exchanges: bit-player advance above. Finally the role in the of

early 1840's when his tour-

CRAWFORDVILLE, PANACEA, ST. MARKS, ing company was stranded in
... .'. : Fredericksburg, Ohio, he was
.. '- .' t 1 forced to seek work in'a local
: '" .J '::,1 SOPCHOPPY and TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA woodworking plant He
E IJycI _' J j I .' invented a carving machineand
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scraped enough
Ai rca i 9 fir. ...;1J=;. money to go east up and ;into I
":} ; r SOUTHEASTERN TELEPHONE COMPANY ,_.:- business In New York
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. ''tJQ --Dl ,),'1'. ,; -, .&)'&_ !:;,,,,,t&iW(. named George Zieber and
: r <"tt!;!.t.:"!! '"J.1;" I I --- 'tfTey moved 'to 'Bostbii where

r\ ., H'i i I I they rented space to displaythe
J.5' N. Monroe Telepone 599-1211 carving machine in the
workroom of Orson C.Phelps

: : I Tallahassee, Florida .. a struggling'sewing machine t
Motor Service 'I
manufacturer Althoughthe
.. ,_. ,,; f iSale II i first sewing machine pat- i
I 1) ent had gone to Elias Howe,
CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA I Jr., the latter had failed to -
l t II launch his product success-

.' {: I I fully in America and a num- I

:: : f I I J ,';4. ." ber of machines of a similar
4t :, : I type were produced by ;
: MI1r
: : : .others One of these
,: f ,, Sale Sale was
.... I 'the Phelps machine which '
..:. ..: had been built by John A.
\ \ ., Lerow and S. C. Blodgett .
-' I Store The machine had many faults,
,Hodges Surplus
RCA ./ ,,, : however and a high break-
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[ .
'. down rate Singer was
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";; ,J;'"" '0., the "bugs" and eventually he
: < did just that. He replaced.the
: :: :. Stand circular shuttle that
Produe ,
USED CARS / ., twisted the thread by a hori-
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: *: zontal one; desighed a tableto

Z f U.. S. 319 SOPCHOPPY, FLORIDA support the cloth, a pres-
: J. ser-foot to hold the cloth
'. fop Condition : down at the upward strokeof
Top Quality -
:'./ FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 27 & 28;,, the needle and replacedthe
cumbersome hand crank

V8, Radio and 40% UP DISCOUNT ON ALL with a foot pedal The
t. 1956 CHEVROLET BELAIR, 2 Dr. $422 altered machine proved an
J; Heater,2 Tone Paint_ almost immediate success
*.. w.: FISHING TACKLE ;/
I. -' : : and within a few years the
'\ '. company was doing the pro-

1959 CHEVROLET Station Wagon V8, 4 Dr. Radio Regular -$19.95 verbial landoffice buajnesa,
and Heater, Air Conditioned ZEBCO 33 REEL $ 9.67 going on to develop injp one
Power Brakes,Power Steertoft $1395 of the greatest enterprises in
," r 1 Owner Regular $34.95-Salt or Fresh Water ; industrial history.Booklet .

ZEBCO 88 REEL and ROD. ; ':, 18.90

Shows
1963 MONZA Conv., 4 Speed Trans., Low Mileage ? Good GradeMEN'S -;
Radio and Heater.$600. How Industry
: SPORT SHIRT .89
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, Off New Car Price_ '.
Pollution
'' Fights
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Green
Denim ?- --.

4 1961 METROPOLITAN Conr* 2'Dr.Radio and Heater, : $620 MEN'S WORK JACKETS, -'. -: 1.49 is The working way closely in which with i industry local

2 Tone Paint,Rutbler'a' .- Regular 14.95 Rubber state and interstate regula-
Compact High Ecoaomy: tory agencies to achieve con-
HIP BOOTS- Made in U.S.A ... .' .: 7.98 servation of water and water
Rubber ., pollution control is graphically -

1959 FORD 2 Dr, Standard Radio and Heated'6 Cyl '. 2.89 described in a new
Economy, ,Wholesale ,$520 KNEE BOOTS It ; .: booklet issued by United

1 ,--: b Price Hundreds. of other items below manufacturers States Titled Steel."A Study in Water

'Cost. Conservation Fairless
: Works United States Steel,"
1959 PLYMOUTH, V8, Station Wajon. 4 Dr. Auto. : : : S the booklet which is profusely -
: Trans.,Radio and Heater, -. "
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: ; PRO.DUCEt illustrated depicts the
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WKitewaB Tires___, $490' .. and extremely costly
many
'v '
Vine rope'
: ;- engineering feature! that
TOMATOES, .2 .I IBs. for .. .. '.' :' ;Y W: : '19c were installed in the Fairless

Iff* FA1&DN, 4 Dr. Sedan, Ecetioay Ford'Compact, Golden Ripe -."' ,i;V Works to conserve water. and
RED and Heater,Lots of :: .* prevent its pollution.Fall
;, '. Strife* $790 BANANAS 2 IBs. for :r >. 15c
and winter mont.a. are
. APPLE 4 lb. '29c .. *
.' .tr ; Bag :: dangerous months on ouf Wf
Please slow down aa4 let
ways.
r. ,WE HAVi MORE TO OFFER AT SWEET POTATOES, 5 Ibs..? >'2 ", '.. : 19c live.

Safety reminder of 'the wet
: rJl from FlIP Bossman ll. N. Kirk
rte.kl. ALFORD CHEVROLET CO. ; :-> ',: :: ; man: Be a careful drirer- "w,

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