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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
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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).
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VOLUME 65 -NUMBER 6
& J CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA Thursday'Octoberts' 1963
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: Stock Entries Sopchoppy High ,Dove Hunting To j Y -


t Grow For FairTALLAHASSEE : School News Begin Noon Sat. -

': (Special) by June Roberts sl Tallahassee Florida's dove

Entries in the livestock competi The Band Boosters Club met hunters will take to the field at

r don of Florida's biggest agricultural Tuesday evening in the Old High 12:00noon: Saturday, October 5.. -

] show-the 1963 North Flor.\i School gym and elected the following when the 'first phase of the 1963

;; ida Fair at Tallahasseecontin; as officers for the 1963-64 i migratory dove hunting season ; fi
tv
ued to mount with 38 purebred[year. opens in 63 counties, according :145

'- cattle registered, and top-grade>I President, Mrs. Pam Revell. to A. D. Aldrich director, Game
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( swine entries coming in at a Vice President* Mrs. Majge Commission.Hunting' ri

.J.> goodly pace. Strickland. r ,:
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The Oct. 29-Nov. 2 event features Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. will be allowed every

the biggest Open Swine Ennie Ruth Bowen. day from 12:00 noon until sunset

Competition in the Southeastern t i There will be a meeting of the through November 3 in most

r U.S., and Fair President Jack I Band Boosters Club Tuesday even- counties. Counties in which first-

I' Levins forecast this week the 1963 ling Oct. 8th at 8:00 pan. in the phase dove hunting will not bh: <

Fair may be bigger than ever in'old gym building at the High allowed are Glades, DeSoto, Har-

this division. School. By all means, parents of dee, Hendry, and that portion of a ,I .

: Exhibitors f r1m a half-dozen children in the Band are urged to Franklin County known as Alli-

Southeastern States will vie for'A' be present. We need your support. gator Point.

cash awards worth thousands of Dove hunters will be allowed a EN

;, dollars, along with ribbons and The junior football team play daily bag limit of 10, with a total -

r- rosettes for best in shows in the ed its' first ballgame Thursday possession, limit of 20. Hunters ?

s varied competitive events. night, September 19, against must possess 'valid hunting licenses -

t-: Some 85,000 visitors from Flof Blessed Sacrament Junior High. available from all County ;

: Ida, Georgia < and Alabama will The junior Yellow Jackets lost Judges. Shotguns must be plug-

; pour through the permanent fairgrounds this hard fought game to the ged to three-shell capacity, and .

r one mile South of the Bears, 6-0. !rifles are prohibited for taking
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,t'i State Capitol during the fair's A movie, "Pollyanna" was ''migratory' birds. Duck stamps are

five-day run. I shown in the school auditorium not required for taking doves, It I-

i Fair Manager Lloyd Rhoden :Wednesday. The admission was but will be required to take ducks _

said scheduling this year has almost 35 and 25. The proceeds went to I and geese when the waterfowl

i' eliminated conflicts with the United Fund Drive. Hayley season opens.

,, other fairs in the area, assuring Mills starred in ,this movie Aldrich said "there will be _

t a better than average turnout ofF Jack Henderson, who has been' strict patrolling on early dove '

swine, cattle and poultry entries in California since he graduated and marsh-ben shooting by both
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t for the '63 Fair. last year, was a visitor to our I Federal and state law enforcement -

j. school last week. We were 2'ladto officers to see that all regu-

: IN THE SERVICE have him visit us again. lations are enforced. We urge all

We are, very proud of our foot- hunters to abide by all hunting
N Cadet Gray, David R. who is ball team for the fine performance regulations and to hunt saf etly at t

attending Florida State University shown: at the game in Bristol Friday all times. Hunters should remember .

is presently participating in night. Although they lost the that when they hunt on
the 'United States Air Force Reserve lands of another they
game by one point, we feel that the person,
Officer Training Corps program they won it by their outstanding. are guests. Respect the owner's

lie is the son of Rev. andMrs. playing. The final score was 14- rights and property. Good man-

W. F. Gray who ,reside .at 13. The captains for this game ners keep;down posters which keep
M dart, Florida. "
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were Larry Lawhon, Jimmy Hen- you 00
i Included In the ROTC
program derson, and Mark Roddenberry. V'
,. are. rudimentary drill classroom. i
will be October, 4 ?
glut-next; game
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instruction and "' ,WFqACalf :
twoyearU;
> ajk when we meet. tW F.S.-B; Yellow :,r, ts
vanced course pursuing: officer: : .. \
Jackets of Marianna and wi11>be Sale access ful :
V, candidateship in the USAF. David '
here field
played on our at 8:00
Gray is in his freshman year as a The Fourth Annual Feeder Calf

cadet in the four-year'ROTC Officer p.m.The Sale of the West Florida Cattle- r
Beta Club held its first
: Education Program. men's Association was held at the
-- meeting Thursday. September 19. Tri-County Livestock. Auction r
The new officers were installedby 4:
Cadet Murray"McLaughlin whois Market in Blountstown, September .- si
the new president, Judy Cha-
attending Florida State University I 13. Total sales were $42,623.
son.
is presently participating Total number of animals sold was -;
Mr. Eugene Boone is, the new
in the United States Air Force
third and fourth combination 444.The
(Reserve Officer Training Corps I have highest price paid was 5
teacher. We are very glad to
f'program. He is the son of A. J. 27.25 cents per pound which went]
,him with us in our ,school and
I ; McLaughlin, who reside at Medart to D. B. Council and, L. Du Taylor.,
hope he has a most enjoyableyear.
Jl Florida. I Several good Calves!
.... groups' o( I
( Included in the ROTC'program t sold from 23 to 25c per pound.I
The senior class is sponsoring a
are rudimentary drill, classroom car wash in Medart at Mac's Comments of representatives of'I One hundred and seventy-two years when added together. Mr. J. J. Warren of Waknlla, age' 91 helped
instruction and a two-year advanced the West Florida Cattlemen's Association celebrate Mr. A. M. Tally Sr.'s 81st birthday last week. Mr. Warren is Mrs. G. W. Tally's grandfather
course pursuing officer Grocery and Service Station at indicated that the qualIty and Mr. Tally is G. W. Tally father.
the school in Sopchoppy, and atJack's
candidateship in the USAF. Murray of the animalssold was much -- .
in Smith Creek.
I is in his 2nd year as a cadetin Landing better than last year's sale. ST.'MARKS NEWSPvt. NEW POLICY WOULD PREVENT'
The price is '$1.00 per car with Sentry
the four-year ROTC Officer
the exception of those' with white
Education Program. side-wall tires. 1 Safety f first class Eugene utchinsof' FISH AND WILDLIFE; DAMAGE
I Senior 4H the U. S. Marines on the UJ3.S. -

Cadet Walter B. Dickson who Holland based at Charleston S. C.
is attending Florida State University The junior football team defeated -Club Newsby Council spent a few days recently with Secretary of Commerce Luther H. Hodges and Secretary -
the "Panthers" of Hosford! of the Interior Stewart L. Udall have announceda
is presently participating in his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Jr. High School 19-6 Thursdaynight Sharilyn Harvey Pupil Health-Safety Tips Cutchins.. joint policy of coordinated planning to protect fish
the United States Air Force Re-
September 26. Mike Rod- The senior 4-H Club met on and wildlife habitat at Federal-aid highway projects.
. serve Officer Training Corps pro- denberry, Guy Taylor, and Billy October 1, 1963. Mrs. Jerry Schooltime is a good time to Mrs. Mary Alice Berry and The two Secretaries said the joint policy recognizes that in

,L gram. He is the son of Mrs. Al. Ray Sanders made the touch- Goody and Mrs. Limbaugh are make physical sure youngsters are in top- (daughter, Norma Jean visited Mr. order to achieve maximumeffectiveness in the expenditureof

ethia Dickson, who reside at Rt. 1, downs for the "Yellow Jackets." our leaders. We elected officers safety precautions.condition and As to an review aid to, and Mrs. W. L. Berry and Mrs. public funds and at the same time. protect wildlife close co-

Crawfordville, Florida. The Band Boosters held their and they are as follows: parents,the Sentry Safety Council Wilma Harrison of Donaldson- ordination and cooperation are

Included in the ROTC programare President, Beth Harvey Vice of the Sentry Insurance com- ville, Georgia, last week. I required in the planning and
at the school Tuesday
first meeting
rudimentary drill, classroom President, Selena Smith; Seere- panies has compiled these tips: Mr. and Mrs. Allen Boykin John Matthews construction of highways which
October L
night Make
certain children are ade- have an effect upon nab and
instruction and a two-year r.d- have returned from Albuquerque,,
'",' We are glad to have Joe Ed and tary-Treasurer, Carol Peak; Recreation quately protected against dis- wildlife programs.In .
vimced course pursuing officer N. Mexico, where Mr. Boykin was Announces For
Mary Lou Roberts with us in our Leader, Evelyn Brown, eases such as polio, smallpox,
cjjididateship in the ,USAF. Walter Council Delegate Diane Harper diphtheria whooping cough stationed with the Army. He is addition to national cooperation
here ; ; ;
Dickson is in his 2nd year as school. They transferred Reporter Sharilyn Harvey.We ,tetanus. If immunized earlier, now employed with Tenneco Oil Governors Race the success of the
from Carrabelle High SchooLA booster doses may be needed. joint policy also will require
a cadet in the four-year ROTC Beta Club meeting was held are scheduled to meet every Have vision checked by special- Corp. State Senator John Matthewsof mutual cooperation of State

Officer. Education r Program in the auditorium Monday, ,September second and fourth Tuesday of ist. Youngsters with a vision Mr. and Mrs. Howard Perkins Jacksonville announced his can- highway departments and State

I 30. each month at 2:45 p.m. Our nex ] problem may learn to use only and Mrs. Jessie Lynn have re- dacy for Governor, Monday after- fish and wildlife agencies the

called Mondayto meeting will be October 8, 1963 one eye. The other eye will turned after a visit in Knoxville, noon in the press room of the Secretaries stated.
A meeting was
; Bills OutThis then grow lazy and vision
Tax
organize a school paper. The be permanently impaired.may Tenn, and the Smokey Mountains.i Capitol Press Corp. The Joint policy requires that

; Busy school A/2c Charles A.. Duburson who. Mathews said that thousands of State highway departments
MonthJ. name of it is "The Jackets Bun" days should start
This is the first time we have hada ASCS Office with sit-down breakfasts. is stationed with the U.s.A.F. in people throughout the state had supply to State fish and wildlife
Insist on regular sleep hours. Spain is visiting his Mr. agencies advance plans for Fed
M. Gwin, Tax Collector announced school for ourschool. parents urged him to run for this office.
paper published Hours Set a School is an abrupt change to and Mrs A. Duburson. eral-ald highway development
today that tax notices Editor, He said, "I am convinced thatI
The editors are: a first-grader.
Explain what programs. It will be the
will be made to all taxpayers by Lessie Pigott; Business Manager, i The County Manager of the he can expect in school; take Mrs. Lawrence .DuMond and should run and that I will be of the Statejlsh and responsibility -

October 15. Ida Jean Smith; Clan .Editor, Wikulla County ASCS office announces him for an advance visit. If he children are visiting her parentsand successfuL" wildlife agencies to review these

,. He stated thai this year's Tax Clara Mae Funderburk aad Lacy the following off"1CeSif1ours wiU him be walking to school, take other relatives in Sidney, Mathews stated that since the highway programs and make
Roll Is the largest in the history by the hand and walk over N. Y. Supreme Court had declared
and that
Metcalf;' ;Activites Editor Janice : Monday, Wednesday, the best route pointing out recommendations on ways to
safe
of the He urgtd all taxpayers Mrs. Juanita Popple of Hilton, be was eligible to for the office
county. Brown; Sports-Editors,:Betty'Gail Friday 8 a.tn. to 5 p.m. Tuesday ways to cross intersections he run develop highway projects eb
to take advantage of the Bingo and Jesse Quigg; .and Ty- and 'Thursday closed all day the will encounter.daily. Georgia, visited her grandmother,, that in all fairness to the will be compatible with fish and

''discount by paying early. Vickie Kyle. office, manager is in training on Children riding on a school Mrs. E. K. Crosby and aunt Mrs. people he felt that he should. announce wildlife habitat.
pist,
'- these days in Quiney, Florida. bus of should the driver respect the authority Ruby Sessions during the week his candaicy. The policy is implemented

in the above schedule ; always re- His campaign treasurer is also through a Bureau of Public
Any change main in their Beats end.Mrs.
SOME STATES AID PRIVATE will be announced in the erowd-or: shove when boarding; never Bin Weeks and son Rogerof a law partner of his. Roads Regulation which requires -

I I or alighting from bus Jacksonville visited her sister, When asked how much moneyhe that by January 1. 191+4.

*,' HUNTING AND FISHING LANDs newspaper. The Sentry Safety Council re- Mr. and Mrs. J. 'A. Watts on Sun- felt would be needed to conductthe each State. in requesting Department
. minds bike riders to keep'toextreme of Commerce approval
campaign he said that others I
Studies by the Outdoor Recreation In Pennsylvania, large tractsof NOTICE single: file right of road; ride day.Mrs.. Betty Alford is a patientat who had made the race said it I for use of_ Federal-aid highway
it- Resources Review Commission farmland are leased from ; obetraftlc signs; funds must certify that it has
The ASCS Office Manager, Mr. ride alone; never stunt ride. Tat.1t.Memorial HospUaLXrs. (would take between, million to
y- indicate that the bulk for heating given consideration to the effects
private public Caution -
youngsters not 'E_ Joiner had her dollars.He .
to as 1 million
'i. of hunting in the United States and.State agencies provideprotection EHefcard_ Gowdy, announced today hitch-hike and of the proposed highway
never%ev rto. week her
last
daughters said that he
: pest
takes place on private lands. feat aH farmers eaa now graze world run on
and -game management accept rides from strangers. project on fish and wildlife
The same studies show that for the owners. feeir a _cattle oa deverted, acnge, Finally, today's first-graders Mrs: Joe E. Bragg, Montgomery, |his record 'as a member of the resources.

fishing more often takes place effective Oct. 1, 1968. will ,be college freshmen in a Ala. Mrs. James R. Borders, An- House of' Representatives for 6 The
The ORRBC also joint policy was workedout
on public waters but access studies -o .. few abort years. The Sentry riftoa, Ala., and Mrs. Billy Rogers years and as a member of theSenate
across private lands is needed found there is; an Increasteely Safety Council says schooltixne of J Jacksonville Florid during the past session. after meetings with Mem-

in many cases. widespread,.oractice of leasing. .. k, a good time to review the Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Langstonof Mathews said that he would an- bers of Congress who were seeking -
Some Stales make habitat improvements huntflne,a .fl fishing rights oa .. family* insurance program to coordination of the Federalaid -
peas cola the weekend his he
make sure their college spent nounce platform after was
feeds to andsportseaea'a education
on private lands in private individuals highway and flea and wild
group will be guaranteed. wit her parents Mr. and Mrs. qualified.Whm .
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return foe guarantees that areas t'- j life preservation programs.
W. J. Smith.
will be open to hunters and fishermen The Commission suggested Pinfeathers left oa dressed poul-

IB Vermont, the State that renewed efforts are seeded try eaa be singed away ia a jiffy walking your lamp shades,

pttFohaees bunting rights on private to reach satisfactory arrangements with: a cigarette tighter exult If you're short on eggs or merely prevent the colors from running To sharpen scissors, eat through
Winds.with the own- to permit public buatifig3b&d k, seat, safe, quick S ingee't feeling ecen mical. substitute "by turning an electric fan on fine sandpaper several time
.the skin of the Zipper always work smoothly shades of soon at you've tinted
eK."re4ag. lumbering ana fl&hing on private lands and sHHHige dissolved gelatin in croquettes or '

mineral rights. weten.. tr'L to patty hold recipes them that together.call for an egg when ally,with teeth a bit art of rubbed wax. <


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an ADVERTISEMENT
,.' ':; o: :WAKULLA COUNTY,NBWi To clean narrow-necked vases or FOR BIDS
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: < 'OF/OWNERSHIP.
t 'STATEMENT of
made nylon was
have too annyrocket-powered research hosiery ,
bottles that openings f- Sealed bids will l be received until
1963 MANAGEMENT
il f;,,... "-_4, 'Thursday- Octobers. small for, a' bottle brush, drop No down payment 3 bedroom (Act of October 23.AND 1968::CIRCULATION; SecUon4369., airplane Muroc Air Base, placed on sale for the first time 1000 A.M., Monday October 14,

some crushed eggshells into the brick homes, 6700. Completely United states-Code) California. Captain Charles E. in a Wilmington, Delaware,
!: WAKULLA vessel add a little water and finished. Write Box : 324 or h Date of filing .Oct. 1963.n7 stCre.Vheri 1963, by the Wakfella County
: of the United States "ny
I and dust'dis- Krof Publication: WakuDa Yeager department Board Instreetkn
shake until all Him Cario .Georgia. of Public Craw-
After phone 377-6838, Air Force became the first Ions" released for the national -
;: NEWS from the glass. were
COUNTY 3 fordville
; appear frequency of Issue: Weekly. Florida at the office of
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: : .- rinsing-it will be-crystal clear.IN Oct. 3101724. 4. Location of known office of pub- person to fly faster than the- market several months the of Public In-
Superintendent
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lieation (J5tret' city county of sold
state.
speed : sound. 780,000 pairs were
later
-, -, Telephone WAlnut 6-3301 zip code): Crawfordvffle. VTakuUa. s: 'Ud onto: Roll Type bleachers
t.
Florida. the first day.
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; I *. Names and addresser publisher. Oct. 18, 1873Representatives meeting the following specifications
THE COURT OF THE COUNTS -
'e' JUDGE. WAKULLA COUNTY. J NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR and managing editor Publisher (Name of four Eastern colleges : -
TAX DEEDS and address): Fred U Kelghtley P. o. OcU 17, 1855-Henry Bes-
:' <'2 4r FLORIDA REi IN ESTATE PROBATE.IN OF .c. 194.16, F.S. Bven 307. CrawfotdvFla, Princeton, Yale Rutgers successful English 'engineer A five tier high bleacher with
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lRYirginia
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Editor (Name and address): Vlr- Columbia-met in New semer, 12 sixten foot sections totalof
Jack W. Ward. and or
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!. Editor
Kefehtley gin a M.
: Jr.Deco John Strickland. Sr.. the bolder of the Keight1ey. P.O.. Box '*": and factory owner;
'; ,f '. ': : T. All Creditor and Persons HayInG following certificates has filed salt: Q Crawforctvme: Fla. York and drew up the first his for mak- 19!. more or less feet in length.
certificates for a tax deed to be Issued 7. OWNER: Fred t. P. patented process
Salt Kelgbtle O. intercollegiatefootball
Claim or Demand Against i thereon. The certificate Box 307. rules to govern The roll type stands shall be delivered -
num.I
t Crawfordvflle Florida. ing teel.
ESTATE -_
You and each of you are hereto; I I ben and years of Issuance the description issue 10. The average No. Icopies. .eub I matches. and installed in a workmanlike -
of the and the during
.,Entered at Crawfordville. Florida,' claims notified and and demanda required ,to which present you.am 01 names in which it was property assessed. are ai 900 copies printed preceding 12 months: manner under the supervision

either of may have against 1M follows: v WO paid circulation. of a factory trained mechanic.
you I
as second class matter.: Subserirtion estate of Jack W. Ward. Jr.. deceased; Certificate No. 143337Year I Single issue nearest to fining date:
Count of Issuance 1961 Same. TallahasseeFlowers LOAD: Roll type folding stands
law of said County to the ] I II
rate $3:00: per year. Judge of oakum County. Florida aid I Description bok 46. page of 395.Property Block deed"11" Total I No. 'of copies distributed: 800. shall be designed to safely support,
certify that the ,statements
office In the court house of sCanty Lott. made __
at Crawfordvifl Florida within -: Aqua de Vida. ,Vfda.Name .. 14 and 15.by me above are correct and complete. when in use, a live load of 120
"U" de
Block Aqua
"* six calendar months from the tim in which assessed M. E.Rowell. .I Fred -U Keightley : pounds per linear foot of seat
of the first publication: of this notice. & Inca
Ella Mae Allen and John H. Candy
; : Two copies of each claim1 or demand board plus 120 pounds per linear
You'Need. Varraker. : ,"
--If shall be In and shall state the ... ,,.
writing
thei
(; of residence and office address An of said property being in ) foot of footboard with a minimum
place post
County of Waku3a. State of Florida.
Office Supplies 'of the claimant and shall be I Unless such certificate or certificates '-t' factor of safety of four.
sworn to by the claimant, his acent. ofattorney
to law'the
be redeemed according
shall DESIGN Each standard
length
accompanied by a filial :
Business Machines
property described in such rertiflcateor .
*' '.. Office FurnitureRANEY fee of one dollar and such daim 01 : certificates win be sold to the .,. section shall consist of a set of
demand not filed shall be void.
,. so bidder at the court house* '
: highest SERVICE foot and boards and four
seat
Alice Ward
COMPLETE set
door on the first Monday in Month of FLORIST
See ,
: : ,or,sfall As Aa admlnlstratix executor of of the the Last Estate Win of and I October. 1963. which is the 7th day Good posture hides waistline! of all steel under-strueture. All

>f WHALEY I Test of Jack W. Ward Jr., of Dated October this 1963.5th day of September bulges walking,so stretch when to working your full or ,jI! steel parts shall be of regular rolled

'" First publication Sept. 29+26, Oct. 3-If I 1963. Moody Pearce height and keep shoulders back steel channel or angle iron sec-
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:: ; atCAPITAL 1963. 'I' Clerk of Circuit Court of Wa- tummy in, rear,under. You'll -- tions of sufficient size to support

\< OFFICE ,_ -- I..Sept. 12190:8Oct.kulla County. 3 Florida. look better go longer without the above load. All flat operating
tiring. .
f'qUIPllENT CO. -. ; ". ,Formerly Tillman's links shall be of not lees than %

: '. .319 South Adams St. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR \: -" 10.; EAST JEFFERSON;; STREET' thickness. Each set of steel understructure -

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Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE TAX DEED shall consist of channel
..' S.e. 194.16. F.S. .
iron load located
y FLORIDABIMYMI.X NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that IN COMFORT AT LINZY'S AIR CONDITION | .. carrying posts
SHOP
John Strickland. Sr. the holder of the directly under each seatboard and
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following certificates has filed said STORE. |1. ...... ; ; : .
certificates for a tax deed to be issued .- they shall be, connected togetherby

r thereon. The certificate numbers and > .. \ angle iron operating arms to
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of of DRY IRON 6.98 J : '
years issuance the description STEAM & '
the property., and the .names in which PHONE 2'250) 3 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDAor provide an easy-acting, non-binding
it was assessed are as follows
Certificate No. 19 folding arm principle of operating.
Year of Issuance 1961 WA 6-3301: CRAWPOHDVILLE Close fitting slides of any shape
Description of Property Beginning at '.
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I the waters edge of Ochlocknee Riveron LANDERS round or rectangulars shall not be
the west side of State Road 10. J. <- -
f thence run: North 87 feet to R/W of employed in the moving operatingof
ft/ '1 said State Road 10 to Ochlocknee ELECTRIC .MIXER-3 speed '. 8..88 the bleacher. To insure ease of
,'T ;FI I River thence along river to POB: ,
the above tract of land being In Section Wpodville Lumber Co. operation, sections shall move on
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2. Township 6s. Range 3w. rockite self oiling Colson wheelsnot
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Name in which assessed Dave Smith.
AU of said property being In the less than 3\i* in diameter and
County of Wakulla. State of Florida. -
Call 222 Unless such certificate or certificates LANDERS having flat 1%- face and each

MAPLES hall be redeemed according to law Lumber.- Building Supplies wheel must be complete with case
t the property described in such certificate .
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or certificates will be sold to HAT BOX HAIR DRYER hardened spanner bushing. Wheelsof
the highest bidder at the court house ,
door on the first Monday in Month of :: different construction smaller
|i October. 1963. which is the 7th day Need And YourBusiness" material
I of October. 1963. .... Xie Appreciate: diameter or of any other

Dated this 5th day of September. will not be accepted as equal.
963. GIRLS--Sizes 7 to 14 vertical
Moody Pearce SWAY BRACING: All
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Clerk of Circuit Court of lead,carrying seat supporting posts
PANACEA Wakulla County. Florfida 100% ORLON SWEATERS :. 1.98 J : ; '
Sept. 121926. Oct. 3 shall be -"X" type cross-braced together -
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BARBER SHOPOpen :s vent lateral movement of side-
and Price GuaranteedRoss -
Quality '. .
The "X" braces shall be of
: ; sway.
I Only On bee Barber Shbp Lipton INSTANT TEA, 3 oz.,jar .69 "; a rolled steel channel section prop-

erly spaced on seat posts to give ,

I Tuesdays and Saturdays *2238 SoutH Monroe>> '" Hannon, Owner maximum rigidity to'the stand

!J' 8OOA3I.to8OOP.M. ;. : GENERAL CONSTRUCTION:

Boys and Mens REGULAR BOYS HAIRCUTS $1.00 FRYERS, grade "A" ..29c .c Ia All foot and seat boards shall be 1

Haircuts $1.00 Open 6,days a week, Friday'Till 5/4 x 10" best grade B & Btr.

Flat Tops $1.25 LINZY'S GEN.ER'AL.SORE: ,- Douglas Fir, thoroughly Win dried
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-0 p.m. surfaced on four sides, with corn j

J ,.. Four master barbers to PHONE WA 6-317d -- ,SPECIAL THURSDAY, FRIDAY, ers well rounded and with split

i ; I each end of
in
serve you .. i preventing screws (
CLASSIFIED : and
SATURDAY'
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., CRAWFORDYILLE FLORIDA be lasled (
:;. each board. Foot rests shall
Housewives who have spare ,:'" : I : ,
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than below the
less IS-
not
time cash,in on Avons big Christ .. DEE COOK Owner Picnic SHOULDERS' lb. .3Sc ; 1
ole seat rest of the corresponding row.
sales. Ail you need is a few I f
mas Vertical filler boards of 1 x 18'lear
hours a day to service Avon : : T-BONE STEAK Ib., .69c
spare S Douglas Fir shall be located
i I customers. One territory is now 5- BOBBY RUSS .. : 1
between the seat posts and under
in Wakulla County. For in NECK BONES lb.. 19c
open MAN WANTED to manage and the; center of the seat boards in

formation, contact Mrs. Dorothy operate a retail Watkins Route in Complete Insurance Service Showboat uch; position as not to interfere ,
District Manager,,
Martin, Avon this area. Earnings of 125.00 per PORK & BEANS 10 : 99c with the leg room of the spectators J
C P.O. Box 3345 MMS, Tallahassee,, % cans .
foot board
week from the very beginning and close enough to the 1

Phone 3851818. Write Mr. McGarity, P.O. Box 627, Up to 40% Discount on Auto Rates ;- Beacon BLEACH, J4! gal. 25c to prevent a basketball dropping

... Williston, Florida. Sept. 19-26 Oct. underneath the stand. .

NOTICE 3' -. Bama SALAD DRESSING, qt. 39c LOCKING DEVICE: Cylinder

: \ locks keyed alike shall be provided
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;TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ; "A, Finance Plan for the Working" Man Pure Hog LARD, gallon 89c for locking the sections in plao.a.
wife
that .'. ,
This is to certify my
[ when folded. The
,. jutomatically
!''Bette Ann Spears has deserted me .
BROWNING BROS. '-':' SHOP HERE FOR YOUR folding arms in the undefstructure
not '
that Iam
without cause and shan be so designed as to automatically .
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responsible for any debts made by Auto-FIomea-HosyilzliZation _,$ SHOTGUN SHELLS lock the sections is the
Construction, Excavatingand i

her. Willie, Jack Spears -Real Estate- ._ Seed Feed Fertilizer and Stove Pipe pened position to prevent aeciden-
,Land Clearing *1 closing of front rows when
rSept 26, Oct. 3. 10, 17. ,: < "'-
artially occupied. .
t
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Day Phone 222-9065 ": "' >V .: : : FINISH: All steel parts shall .be

Phones 224-8801 WE" BUY PULPWOOD TIMBER.. 't., j-, SHOP and SAVE AT roperly cleaned and finished in {

Night : brown enamel. AH
chool furniture

FOR SALE 224-4893 ': PHONE WA 6-3711 ': :-: : : : ,';i-"' :; ; PIGOTT'S STORE rood parts shall be finished with t tone

Hound Dog contact George Byrd -' coat light natural state, one

U.S. Wildlife Refuge Ochlocknee W00 YILL E, FLORIDA '-', CRAWFORDVILLE- ,_FLORIDA .' .". .... MEDART ;' oat shellac and a final coat of beet

Rivet 2T. ". .' .. grade satin finish spar varnish.

...., r :;: We,give TOP VALUE stamps' Each contractor bidding on the

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-. r to i furnish a bid bond

J I ::: heck in the amount of not .lees
S : SKETCHES SAVINGS'
SCIENCE PAYROLL
Tallahassee Business Firms ban 5 per cent of his bid made
33N.': GETS YOU FURTHER... I
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: LaSalle St., Room 1.100. payable to the Board of Public
FASTER.
<\ Chicago 2, Illinois .> astruction, Wakulla County Florida -

Mf. Henry Crum, Chairman.
I
I DIRECTORY : successful bidder will be required -
5 :; Column ((22-em) Mat No. 11.. The before signing the contractor

performing the work, to furnish

Patornize These Advertisers SCIENCE SKETCHES a contract performance bond in the

mount of one hundred (HXK4)

., -- I'\ pr' cent of the contract price to a

F.R'M- : Little Folks Store, urety company acceptable; to the

I'f* li O. I. GRAMLING Inc. Jo --, nmer. ,

"The Capital's the right to
The owner reserves
.FEEDS & CO. Majors for Minors" and all bids, and toward
eject any
CAildr & Furniture Toy. -
One-Stop Service for Games, Hobbies the contract as may beet tsene

I Baby Accessories their purpose.
; .'..2j -, Feed -Seed Fertilizer 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146" Wakulla County Board of PaMfcastruction

rFlint Poultry Supplies Mr. Henry Crum,

River Mills' Garden Tools ,' Chairman; ; Mr. C. I.. Townsend

2015 ST: Monroe Ph. 223-0274 .
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Phone 2230173Capital

t. THE K-40 counter a new instrument
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.tF't
.. developed the UNDERWATER house
at Universityof AN drop- ,
I "...,;1LiDt. -5- : -;'iLJ.-.; n ,SURER & JOHNSON "; Illinois, may,make it possibleto ped on the bottom of the Red y.

Weight and Regular measure muscle and fat in alive Sea was inhabited by a seven- : UNBEKWXITB.

Concrete Blocks ; ,Seeds-Fertijizer) Baby Chicks I meat animal by registering man team for 29 days recently. YOUR rJ3ce to give the illusion of a

Hanson Wood and n.ra.ate Farm Supplies naturally Gee'.ring radioactive Famed underseas explorer Jac l onger neck Wear graduated
: ; bead Don't have the
of
potassium. In two minutes re- ques-Yves Cousteav who organized cow4ThyHf ropes
Hoel Indn Inc Cor. Gaines and Woodward Sts. searchers say. the system could the watery exploit said it :rat rope start too Mffh. Lot

S. Adams St..at,4PointsTeL2225840 : *. >,, ,." ., TeL 2225960BakerAlford provide information usually re- shows that man can live underwater open fall on an open neck dream or
'"t- -, tp-Ul their splendor over a. I
P. O. Box.6G1Insurance -'- #- ;l' qui ng two yean to gather. for extended periods '1 \hirt\ or sweater. !
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'-.. '-- : IWY ILLSAVINGS to
Enlarged pores respond a
', 2f:.< -5- Stone:'Co.; plash of coM water after eaefc

'i. sh ,\ washing and application of aa
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'J!! :' Since 1968 JACKETED pipes are performing new wonders astringent lotion.
:
.JIirg r; r MARBLE GRANITE -Go.The .'a-' T->. of indiBtfiol. processing, reports Tube Turns.' CS
t To banish th pallor of f atipsse.
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; ; BRONZE ::. Products that would ordinarily solidify can be fal ,
,IRe. Port HOL*.!' p__ piped fee tang distances by jacketing MM fine pull on a bit of dry ee&it row"
MEMORIALS the end of the day. Brush offolcdery
-&.. Ae&Ume for your a to. truckor in on outer'pipe that carries live steam to' trace from eyebrowindyive

:' and Cemetery Work of AH Types tractor. Also for.yoer power: t keep 1M product -.....- 0'k ( them a onee o kilt)
Bonds I&waaower&ad much for <
your .
; : 566 W. GainesTel. ttft9719Watter boat : '--'" 4 nth a sharp eyebrow
214 S.:Adams.St.-Tel. 222-466O* -' v i r >.
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V NOTICE! :\. f Thursday. October 3 1968


.ORiPA NEWS ing at 4:00 by Wakulla Ctenty
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y:I have started a Dry Cleaning,and Laundry Louise C.
Pick-up Sapp.
r; .' Judge George Harper in the
,Route for the
People of the County., J \i services for Mrs. Ca Courthouse at Crawfordville.
On Mondays I win pkk up.door to door in Medart- Today thru Saturday 52, were held at the Mrs. Sam McKemle has returned -
:'i: I Sopchoppy-Surf and Panacea. Baptist Church Sunday home after spendtsg several .

OR T5iy8.l *8. pick tip <*5 to,-dOOr in Spring< of faith shallThe Kirk Douglas September 22 at 3:30. days in the Tallahassee Memorial
: i / -St. MarksN'ewport prayer the in Franklin County Hospital where she underwent'
: -WakuHa Sts t tenOn him that is sick, and Mitzi Gaynor
Wednesdays I will pick save him up.- making her home near surgery.
'
up door to door in Craw- shall raise
.fordviBe. Ivan and the out Lord Gig' Young"FOR in Sopchoppy. She Mrs. L. B. Moore and son Larry
..... .' lying territory. 5:15)
James
(
in ill health for
... to the PROFESSOR't some- and Miss Elaine Reveil of
.
genuinely
'" ;: DELIVERIES WILL ,BE MADE If we hold should and was a member of the Add, Georgia, visited their father -
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.. LOVE
.- idea of healing we Church of Samatra. Mr. ReveH the
':'.. ::::-"t Thursdays-Fridays Saturdays effectivelyforDivutcan e ; Hardy over
pray in need ORMONEY": include two daugh- weekend.Mr. .
.:. / Contract me l>y Phone WA 6-33M.' help for those who a re Steve Revell, Sopchop and Mrs. DeHon Otivfn of
of healing. Mrs. Frances Z m, Medart visited in Sopeboppy Sun-
E'"-. WOOTEN SMITHCrawfordviHe ... ; Two sons, Joseph
''. ., FloriJa MERRY HIGHWAY Tallahassee; and day.Mr.. and Mr?. JfajcoW Rarwiek
-1 ," OUTDOOR ON Olah of Eglin A.F.B.; : and son Gregerjr tt Tallahassee -.

... '- .'' -.' ,, P"r:: ,.. 1 .. -'. '-'.,..,.i.i1.---...",",- toBBBB BHBBB T. Drew Branch of I visited Mrs. 'Berwick's parent,
and five
grandchildren. Mr.
'j and Mrs. Edison Roddenberry
t" t : ." TELEPHONE DIRECTORYGOING Today thru Saturday Richard M. Sprague of'' this weekend.Mr. .

Joyce Taylor Methodist Church and Mrs. Walter Harms
-- I I.L I. Mark Damon Interment was in the visited the Clinton Cox family in

: ..j TO PRESS OCTOBER 11th ANDUp Highland City last week.*
"BEAUTY Mrs. Bun Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Rogers
: : THE BEAST" home after spend and family of Tallahassee spent
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\ : New Listings .and changes in the ALPHABETICAL : weeks with their.,; last weekend with her parent,
and Mr.
f : family in Detijlt, and Mrs. Walter Harms.
Ian Fleming's"DH.NO" Reverend James Ellis of Tarpon
';= section may be arranged inclusion in the 1964
bells were ringing for Springs filled the pulpit of
i issue before this date by calling or visiting our Crosby and John Beasley, the Baptist Church last Sunday.
who were married Saturday even- Visiting from Tallahassee were
Business Office.ADDITIONAL Mrs. Lona Langston, Mr. and Mrs.
Eddie Earl Roberts and daughters !

:'! and Ralph Rittenhouse.
f-
i; SERVICE, While talking to our -' THE FLORIDA GRAKLING HSU NldIy Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Rouse
have
given their home the new

business office plan to order the additional telephone .. : .-,. .-,-,'.."- -. other look by remodeling.lowering the roof and

'., -:; service you have always wanted for home:; ',," -.c Carl Revell has finished his new

j i-. : > shop. It is large enough to hold
., and business. all his heavy well drilling equip
<': .:. Subject, : The 'Four -" nnual Re Union of Florida Gramlingi ment. '
..
Attending the Methodist W.S.-
This applies to the following;>> exchanges: -- C.S. seminar in Chaires, Thurs-
.. .lm'"' .. ': .. Sunday Oct. 13, S63.Reaistration.lm day, September 19, were Mrs. Elsie -
'
.. ; ,, :-: starts at 10:30 A.M. "' Roddenberry, Mrs. Plori r.
CRAWFORDVILLE PANACEA ST. MARKS ,
\ : '. Roberts, Mrs. Audrey Rudd, Ih ..
"':, :: ..
Lydia Isler, and Mrs. Gertude
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SOPCHOPPY and TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA Brown.
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:.' Place: fc, 1, 'Shiloh Methodist Church The Sopchoppy Masonic Lodge

4 :_-" near Madison, Ela r' celebrated family night at the
I. Sopchoppy school cafeteria, Sat-
.. '. ., :, ; urday night, September 21, with a

:- SOUTHEASTERN- TELEPHONE' : ... COMPANY.,...... \ > ,What, : to ,Bring:. v Covered Dish Another Gramling .- Any papers, covered dish supper.
.
Mtss
,
Carolyn Carraway of Tallahassee
p.
.c'
: I :, ( ; documents! or newspaper clippings that might. be spent the weekend with

: 'f' .- of iiite re at.Whatwilrbe her mother, Mrs. Faye Carraway.Miss .
-. Linda Roddenberry who is
f' -
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::- ",J, -;. 315 N. Monroe Telepone 599-1211;" .. # attending F.S.U., visited her
{. ; "furnished; : Paper: plates,' paper cups, ,eating utensils. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rod-
: Tallahassee, Florida: ,. '. *. :-.' ; Hot coffee, iced tea, and water. : _. denberry; over the weekend.Mr .
; v .. ", -.- : and Mrs. Harold Maiwald
", '. i of Tallahassee attended the Meth-
: : : -. : odist Church services
.f Sunday.
If I I.. '. I .' Reverend Emmett Whaley is
0' > "':".., ,,:-' :(If you.know of descendants of conducting a tent revival which
.-* r:, c' :the Gramling familywhohavenot began Wednesday evening, Sep
' -- : heard about the reunion, tember 18. is invited
v : .a'f Everyone to
.YOU CHOOSE ITu :' ., .
.' attend.
; '. them to come.. ) -
r 4v : ': 'i J. : Mrs: Lila Carter and daughters
.
.._ ,. Sandra and' Debbie, spent the
'..: ;.. --" .. "'_. .... ., >>; -.,.
-" weekend with Mrs. Carter's mother -

f" .. .,' -.... .' .. Mrs. Mae Raker.
.; .,):,"; "( ; '. .. 1..r. Wiley Blair Chairinan -: Mrs. Drue Stalnaker has been
.. ,
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: admitted the Tallahassee Memorial
'Rout 4 Greenville Fla. to -
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., Hospital.Mr. .
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.. .. and Mrs. Emory Green and
.' .. ',
;" family of Tallahassee vjsited Mr.
.
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S and Mrs. Wesley Smith and Mr.
:-T- ,.
oa : USED Ivery Smith Sunday.
Ricky Langston is in the Tallahassee -
emorial Hospital with
pneumonia. He. is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Reddkk Langston of
Smith Creek. We wish him a
.
speedy recovery.Mr.
I and Mrs. Cecil Hendersonare
; : 'rr1JfZi1 the proud parent of a baky
girl, born in the Carrabell CMM-

/(.I '. USED CARSTop munity Dorothy Hospital.LouelL Her name is

Mrs. Annie Harms celebratedher
91st birthday on the 27th of

.. Top Condition September. Here to spend a few
Quality days with her was her son Jotvos
t and his wife Irene from Wabaoso, ,

.. bourn Fla. Her of Panama daughter City.Dorothy OR Sunday Kil--

.. :1'11 ::1iti 1962 LOGES Cylinder, 2 door, $1395Transmission a family dinner was given at
Ii ii' Radio and Heater, Standard the home of her son Walter, I ids

I ; "'--. : .- r excellent ..---_ wife Ollie.and husband Her daughter Ralph Brown Gertrude

,
\ ., and the Zanco family also enJoyed -
J : 1956 CHEVROLET BELAIR- 2 Dr. 'V8,.:Radio and $422 the occasion.
: .' Heater,2 Tone Paint..L. The district seminar of tfee

: we'll help you: ., I "' Methodist W.S.CJ3. held ...
I. B. B ,--' -- ; ,. : -* / Chaires last Thursday, was at- -

CHEVROLET Station Wagon,__V8.:'i. Dr.- Radio- tended by the pastor,of Sopehoppy
.
J.. '' and Heater Air Conditioned, -< ; and Crawfordville churches, Rteb-
Power Brakes Power SteerX" $1195 ard Sprague, Mrs. Florida Roberts -
."0 _' .. :.
r : pay for it-! -- > IDe, 1 Owner Mrs. Elsie Roddenberry and
"_ Mrs. Gertrude Brown. At Sunday -

.: ,.. evening service Rev. Sprague
.: .., showed slides of the country and
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( } : 1957 SPORTS MODEL VOLTSWAGONRadio $795
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told of the work done among the
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and Heater, Clean __
.: Z .. Indians by misslonory
lt. swrl6ezaprolJe in a; '. Cherokee
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f : .. < Julian Turner near RobbtnovflU,
'." "::;: -- .;, .: model to buyespecia1Iypnejosu.tjk.: .: <.. N. C. A good number of the
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.., .;. -i. 1958 PLYMOUTH -: Crawfordville congregation at
8 4door
-. '. whole .r--f".;, .". cylinder, :
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.. I.- ". ... ; "- Radio ada Heater Automatic $:2'95 tended. On Monday evening both
; f;" >tff = 7":: : ; ;, i/ -:: ..
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( .." '. h : ..-.,.1. Transmission, Nice __- ; churches were represented by their
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,; '''..J:;.. .l.,...?.' '' :",.,":'.". --t.';1If.:.' ..,.. :---;-1'7'-:.-, .' : ." ..,..., ...". .." -.- members at a work shop meeting
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.. :. .1"-". Mission held
-<" Commissions on
I' ; : '.' : on
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,19A'I'OIID 2 Mrd lac sad $4tlir 1 'C1I in Quittsy.On :
1 .. _, o." Dr..Sta .S520 Sunday afternoon Clinton
.. < .KrB ,Wholesale ; .
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{- ( Jimmie, wf a4
i Cox his son
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'. his daughter Basso and .
j '" ie. But .H'."'ecny to-ana.. th."Snawia. ::: ,,' r- t" husband baby from Highland View

., eo <../ .. here; Our law rates end.. t.n>H>l. ,....,. ; .' :. .- "-# .. : ; : visited friends and relatives.1hEQEd1tiziJt.
% 1):: ,b m.ntpJMk..,'......of ewnl g a n.w| ". '. : -' :: .i 19. -PLYMOUTH, V8, Siatiea Waffen, '4 Dr.'Auto..
: :. Tana,Rsiie asd$eater, ..r -
, .... ....., carpet a mlntmum. <: .>- $490
"- -: -:( .. WWtewaS Tires :; .
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S 'T""E''BANV' *
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jT .... t t$190

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"Marriage enables a man te
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,..:, .. .". ": AAEMSER. F...D..I_ Cj-, ;: : .. _- band his wife preferred"

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Thursday, October 3; 1968

BIG. WEEK-END-SPECIALS. W@IDll( [ m0@fl] J
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BEEF LIVER, Ib 42cTBONE [33&QD'ifW[ 0 @ CRAWFORDVILLEPERSONALS

STEAK, lb. 69c r
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Geggfaa
PORK CHOPS lb. 59c
Feed Seed e'Tool. from Panama City visited relatives
r e Fertilizer
BANANAS, Ib. lOc F and friends in the County

to r Y.:.- :. .:: 'a 1010 S. Adams Frozen Swiss FRUIT PIES, each 39c !l last weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Berber
: Phone 223-0173 y Stokley, 20 oz.' CATSUP, bottle 27c from West Palm Beach and Mrs.

e4 ". .';" bh ?' f. 1 Green Giants! CUT BEANS, 4 cans _69c Make up your face before dress- Amelie Baker from Tallahassee
,ing. Then keep a thin silk scarfto visited in Crawfordville, last week-
' ., ,:, Dried BLACK EYE PEA 24 oz. pk. _25c tie around your face and headso

, .,: .: ,- rr" .. ', Jim Dandy DOG FOOD, 25 -Ibs. $1.99 that and you blouses can pull over tight your necklines head- end.Mrs.. C. L. Graham of Jackson
'. "' without getting any make-up on ville, mother of Mrs. Jags High,
.' :. Graco Poaltry Feeds Delight OLEO, 2 Ibs 29c them. the
i:.. spent weekend visiting her
,a3r -: ....... 'feed POTATOES, 10 Ibs .. 39c daughter and family. S
To make your nose appear narrower -
Mr. and Mrs. C. Ix Townsend
,
t 'c. Graco Horse and Mule Feed apply a drop of dark blue% and son Jack, spent the weekend
brown shadow
: ANSTORECRAWFORDVILLE or gray eye along
'" each side before applying pow in Gainesville with their son/C.
der. Make sure that you blend L. Jr. and attended the football
t.r for Hy-Speed Sweet Feed PEET MOSS FLA.. look.the eye,shadow. to avoid spotty game.

..' sy Mr. W. R. Porter from Mulberry
Mir
IsabeHe Forbes, 1
.1 J Mrs.
Graco Dairy Feed spent last week with his
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;, :' SHEEP & COWMANURE == \ .' i daughter, Mrs. S. B. Forbes, Jr.
.
p; ,,, .- Rober Eubanks has joined the
.. Greco Pig and Hog Feed I. I Army and left last Tuesday for
the service.
everyneed
4r > Rep. Bobby Russ and Wootin .
CottonSeed Meal \ PARLEY'S
Smith attended the football
: FALL ..gamein
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M k : Gainesville Saturday.
Cotcmseeclllulls.and' S Mrs. Charlie Tucker has returned -
i- GARDEN to her home after spending

h sometime in Archbold Hospital in
s
': : :, ,Feed Ingredients_ S ., .SEED I FALL HARVEST Thomasville, Georgia.Mrs. .
! ,. ', iC C. L. Rehwinkel, Mr. and
', ? We incite,you to ,come in soon, for high quality feeds, Mrs. Bert Hudson and sons, Mark
tf- ', and Mike visited Mr. and Mrs.
'": no matter what need.. ,;
S. S your ,: Robert Stone and family in Montgomery -
., ,- fy ... SALE Ala., over the weekend.
': ', ,,, ; .-,'.. ...... .. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gilmore re
-- ; THROUGH OCTOBER
-- 4 turned from their vacation last
t. '. week, which they spent. in Central

f' _. Florida.Mrs. William Moore from At-

-, lanta, is spending sometime with

,. R $10.00 'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie I
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Tucker.
Down 'I
;"" .-,' TOST FUND ACC8WTSKXS&MFUNDACCWMTS Mrs. ,Fred Keightley returned
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r" .. : 'Saturday from a ten day trip to
f' .: .1IIAICS P ACC8 Irts Kansas City, Mo., and to Nashville -
M1 4 N
Tenn.
4h t: :. XRv $, Mr. and Mrs. George GJbbs# and
f children spent the weekend in
,.. CIEDIT UNI8II SCC9 NIi&iiir S Ocala, visiting Mr. and Mrs. _

rif Robert Jackson.Mr. .
WELFARE FUND ACC8IIKTS Moody Pearce, Mr. J. D.
ar Turner and Mr. Jewel Hudson
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left Sunday to attend a State

County Commissioners Association
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. Jamison Sofa Bed Suite Meeting in MIami.Representative .
l WIT FESTMENT ACCHII1S and.Mrs. Bobby
for New Orleans -
Russ left Monday
PMiiffltSP! ACC@BNiS where Mr. Russ will have aheckup
SALE $9 9
': at the Clinic.Mr.
Richard Gowdy,
and Mrs.
.No..fluctiMtlofi.no alit Invtttiim..no RIM tnfutitn ul risk! Decorator colors: include Brown, Beige, $ Easy : :Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gowdy,

D p d lU bovt-vri Tanat Turquoise, Sage and Gold. !Ideal color ,..i :rlr. and Mrs. Wooten Smith and
.,) ", to match the theme+ of your home!, Terms Mr.: and Mrs. Fred Keightley attended -
S a Methodist Work Shop on ,

:. FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. S_ fr '- = Commissions, at the Methodist
!, ... t' t ---. choke :Ch'Qrch. in Quincy, Monday night.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pelt and

t"t'..,S"S. -.': children]Monticello.spent last Sunday in

Richard Gowdy, Clayton Taft
yf 'A and Jr C. Kyle, Jr., attended a -

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