Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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| .__.. ..- ] CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA Thursday, October 24, 1963 Price lOc Per Copy
National Honor Ii 'irlr
[ i
Tucker Reunion
N. Florida FairOpens

i Society News
14 Held Saturday Next Week
I This year the Crawfordville
r chapter of the National Honorj They drove from Panacea and Tallahassee (Special) Five

j i Society is hoping to be the most South Carolina and All points in full days "for the kids" is on the

active ever. Monday night October ff i between to attend the annual menu in Tallahassee Oct. 29

I I 19, 1963, the group met and Tucker reunion held last Saturdayat through Nov. 2-show days for

J. : discussed several projects for the : Otter Lake just west of Pan- the big 1963 North Florida Fair.

{ I year. acea, Florida. From opening Parade Tuesday,

; I1 1 4 ;\ The group decided to landscapethe t 200 members of the Tucker clan at 4 p.m., right through Satur-

[I school grounds for the main t enjoyed the famous Wakulla day night the spotlight will be on

i project. If there is anyone wish County fried mullet and hush pup- the little folks who really know

I : ing to donate chain or chrubs, the s pies along with all the ,trimmings how to enjoy a fair.

\ ; .--.J_ I group would appreciate it. as they gathered for their yearly An annual highlight of the big

-r.,"' <;.w, In 1960 the Honor Society decided f gabfest and visiting event. agricultural show is Nature's
i ioj Donald Tucker of Crawford-: the
'", to give a Scholastic LetterI Nurseryland, which features
( -. I I I to any student in grades 10-12 vine, this year's chairman, welcomed mothers and offspring of a variety -

E ",: .. who has achieved an average of di the Tuckers by name and of animal life-and this

8.5 with weighted subjects, or :4. by marriage. year's Nurseryland is set for even
Wildlife Officer Marion Tucker, father of State bigger and better things.
9.5 (B plus to A minus) non
weighted subjects. The announcement Senator Luther Tucker and a Better exhibits, brighter lights

en Duty Here of those students making .a i native of Bristol, Florida, was the and a wider variety of animal '.

PANAMA CITY Wildlife Of- this achievement will be made oldest Tucker on the grounds kingdom representatives from :

: this year boasting 84 years young. skunks to baby chicks, deer
ficer R. 0. Sanders was recently very soon. These students should baby
assigned to duty in Wakiilla Coun- certainly be commended for thi S |l Little Joey Tucker, son of Mr. and fawns, cattle and calves, plusa
and Mrs. Donald Tucker held host of others will brighten the
ty, according to John Brown, acting achievement.At .
vY' {I claim to the youngest title at
regional manager for the Game and the end of the first attendance big Nurseryland tent.
8 weeks old. '"- Kids activities begin right at
Fresh Water Fish Commission's month the attendance ban-
Northwest Region. ner was awarded to Mr. Moore'seighth Buleah Barwick, secretary to the start-with a wide assortment -
t the clan stated that the annual E
of goodies" plannedin
Sanders was employed by the grade )in high school and
event was growing and urged that the fair parade which runs
Commission in July and successfully Mrs. Caundil5th and 6th class in \. fs a "
all in attendance plan to return from the State Capitol North on .
completed the Wildlife Of- elementary.We r'f ,+ I,
next year and to spread the wordto Adams street to Call, east on Call
ficer Training School in Tallahassee would like very much to be
others of the Tucker family. to Monroe, then South through a
where he received training in able to run a candidate for dis-
p After a discussion of whether to the main part of town along Monroe -
trict office in the spring.
such subjects as the Wildlife Code
have a picnic lunch or the seafood to a point just south of the
of Florida, court procedure, law enforcement menu next year the vote' Capitol Building.

technique, game and fish; Pulpwood Use { / was overwhelming for the sea Tallahassee's famous TumblingTots

management, and public relations.He r food.
will do a street version of
is 27 years old and a nativeof Useage IncreaseFlorida's Senator Luther Tucker was their acrobatic routines which

Chipley, Florida, where he attended nine pulp and paper ur heard to say, "fresh fried Wa have made them current state

public schools. mills used 9 per cent more wood kulla County mullet can not be gymnastic champs, and they will

Officer Sanders and his wife,, from Flyorida's forests last year beat as a drawing card for the also ride the one-wheeled vehicles

Lena, have two children, Randy, 8,, than in 1961, the Florida State ::: } family gathering, you don't get known as unicycles in the parade.

and Sonja, 4. Thy reside in Crawford Chamberof Commerce stated yes- .4cg. many mullet when you live in Opening Day is officially designated -

ville. terday in its Weekly Bjsiness Re : Birmingham or other inland as "Parade and Children's

Sanders is ,being assisted with view. : ; areas." Day"-and it will take no genius I

his new duties by area supervisor "This greater use of Florida's 'I.Pw i Carlton Tucker of Crawfordvillegave to figure out who once the Fairgrounds I

Rhodus Hill and Wildlife OfficerI. forest products by the mills isj a s E. ; j : the devotional at the meet are opened at 4 p.m.

M. Langston, Brown said. a guage of the expansion of the s ; ing. : Wednesday is "School Day",
.. 7 jje.wjy__appointed jrffjcetstelephone 11.dustry' activities";'the6 Review During the afternoon a historyof when,.white Schools in Leon county ,
number is WA 6-3164. pointed 'out"Pulp the Tucker clan was presentedby let out at 12 noon 'for an afternoon '

and paper producingmills i Mrs. Vivia',, Weaver, family of free admission and reduced -

New Boat in Florida employed 10,842 historian. prices on rides and foods

Ramp persons l last year to whom they for the kids.Thursday .

Program MovingTallahassee paiJ a total of $66,555,000 in 4 SOPCHOPPY NEWS is Negro School day,

wages and salaries during the I -1 with the same provisions that ex-
Florida's newest The mills spent $49,290,000for Four generations of the Tucker Clan attend the family reunion Saturday at Otter Lake. State Senator by Louise C. Sapp
year. isted
boat ramp .and public access pro- pulp wood used in their oper-, uther Tucker, left, his father, Marion Tucker his grandson Donnie Tucker, and his son Donald Tucker., Mrs. Fena McPhaul was the Friday on Wendesday.will find outstandingFarm
r weekend guest of the Davis family
is progressing according to
gram ations to Florida: and Georgia Families from throughoutthe
in Tallahassee.Mr. .
schedule. The schedule calls for
lumbermen."To .
Big Bend honored for their
and Mrs.
one new public access point to] insure a perpetual supplyof Smiley Crum of home county achievements and
be established in each of the' Tallahassee visited Mrs. Crums
pine for pulping, the Florida included in these honors will be
state's ten recreation areas by i' parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L.
mills planted 55 million seedlingson the children of the top farmers. ,
Roberts Sunday October
early November, according to A. + s
their own 4,572,000 acres of Saturday is designated as "Out-I
r Kathy and Robert Tauntow of
D. Aldrich, director, Game and
forests in the state. In addition, standing Farm Family Day" but
Fresh Water Fish Commission.A Panama City, Charles and Mike
they supplied 5 million seedlingsto Simmons it will also be in a much larger
crash outdoor recreation pro- of Tallahassee were
other land owners. "Future Farmers of America
by the Florida Outdoor 1 1 weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. way
gram Almost four-fifths of the com I and 4-H Day. For it is on Sat-
y Bun Simmons.Mr. .
Recreation Council allocated $50-
pany-owned forests are open to; urday that the members of these
000 to the Game and Fish Com- I John Roberts has returned
hunting and fishing and sixty I i their awards for achievements in
mission for immediate construc- 4 i' home after visiting his sisters,
recreation areas are provided. The state competition held throughoutFair
tion of public boat ramps and Mrs. Harriet Cooper and Mrs.
,Florida companies support a num-_ week in Tallahassee.
sites the fresh Gordon Weaver in Tallahassee for
public access on
ber of school forest programs and t4 Awards for crops judging, corn
waters of Florida. The immediate i.several days.
offer 35 scholarships in'forestry production, and swine breedingwill
goal of obtaining ten sites will be Mr and Mrs. Terry Land and
and related work. go to PTA and 4-H winners,
completed in early November, plusan a son, Tracy of Panama City visitedMr. handed out by North Florida Fair
additional 30 to 40 by June 30, < ,1 and Mrs. L. C. Sapp over
5 President Jack Levins.
Merit System Files the weekend. They also visited
1964.Public All the way-from opening day
sites under the relatives in Live Oak.
access ] List for GraduatesTallahassee F Z P -jt'll be a big week for the kick.
outdoor recreation program areas Mrs. Agnes Joyner and daugh-

follows: Lake Trafford in : Immediate career ter-in-law, Nell of Tallahassee

Collier County, Peace River in openings exist in six major Flor- transacted business in Sopchoppy, New Sportsman '

Hardee County Platts Bluff in ida cities for college graduates Monday, October 21.

Okeechobee County, Conservation having 27 semester hours in ac- Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Griffin Map AvailableA

I Area 3-B in Dade County Lake counting, according to Florida spent the past .weekend in Sop- new Recreation Map of the

Louisa in Lake County, Lake Pan- Merit System Director, Gerald L. choppy. Apalachicola National Forest has

asoffkee in Sumter County, Lake Howell. Mr. Jerry Hodge of Tallahasseewas been completed and is available to

Sampson in Bradford County; Public Account Auditors I and a social visitor in Sopchoppy the public according to Forest

other proposed sites are Sopchoppy II are being sought to fill vacan- Monday.Mr. Supervisor R. J. Riehold of the

River in Wakulla County and cies in Pensacola, Tallahassee, ----- --- and Mrs. Dillon Calvin of U. S. Rorest Service in Tallahassee. -

Crooked River in Franklin County. Jacksonville, Tampa, St. Peters- Crawfordville Cheer Leaders who have I been helping the Panthers get steamed I up this football season are Medart visited Mrs. Calvins The map was prepared to

Presently being processed are burg, and Miami. Examinationsfor left to right: Violet Lovett Sandra Harper, Barbara. Jernigan. Beverly Council, Martha Turner, and Susan mother, Mrs. Delma Roberts, Sun- help hunters, fishermen, campers,

sites in thirty-one counties. these positions with the ,State Ladd. day, October 20. Mr. and Mrs. picnickers and other recreation

According to Aldrich, the public Auditing Department are open to Celebrates'' Civil Service NOTICE Calvin was returning from a visitors find their way around the

response to the crash outdoo!1 holders of ,CPA certificates, or to Party Virginia M. Keighltey, Editorf week's vacation spent in South Forest which lies west of Tal

recreation program has been over- college graduates whose major Oliver BirthdayMrs. Exams OpenThe the Wakulla County News is apatient Florida. They also celebrated their lahassee.

whelming. The Commission offic study prepared them for the CPA at Tallahassee Memorial first wedding anniversary. Supervisory Riebold said that

has been swamped with requestsfor examination the director said. Linnie Oliver was honoredon Atlanta U.s. Civil Service Hospital. ,Mrs. Keightley entered Mr. and Mrs. Louis Posey and the new map shows all the exist

public access to many of the The Auditor I positions pay her 75th Birthday Saturday Regional Office is accepting ap- Tuesday with Pneumonia any girls of Medart visited Mrs. Willie ing picnic and campgrounds including

presently restricted fresh waters. $400 per month at the start while night, Oct. 12, by a birthday dinner plications for loan specialist, pay- news not appearing in this weeks Mae Porter Sunday.Mr. those just completed at

Personnel of the Commission asj I Auditor n, which calls for two given at the home of her ing $6675 to $9475. paper will be run next week. Thomas Porter JV. visited Hickory Landing, Whitehead

well as interested sportsmen and;years post-graduate experience or daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Applicants will be graded on PublisherSt. relatives in Tallahassee over the Lake, Hitchcock Lake and Cotton

citizens have been engaged in around i a Masters degree and one gear Mrs. Jimmy Gwin, Wakulla, Flor- their experience, education and I weekend. Landing. The roads shown on the

the clock search for access experience, pays a beginning ida. Attending the dinner were training. Applications will be ac- map are those that will be passable

sites. i salary of $460 per month. seven sons and daughters, nine cepted until November 14, 1963. Marks School HighHomecoming most of the time and should
Persons having such, qualifica- grandchildren and eleven great Persons interested in these positions Sopchoppy
Aldrich said "We feel that each be a great help to heaters and
new site will make additional 1 tions are urged to obtain an ap- grandchildren.Also may get application formsor Honor Roll fishermen.

fresh waters available to the ]plication blank at their nearest honored at the dinner was information as to where such No grades for first grader Supervisor Riebold .id} that
Florida] State Employment Office Mrs. Oliver's daughter, Mrs. forms are available at any post Before the football game, Fri- be sent
fisherman, the boaters and out- for first 6 weeks. copies of the map would
with their Capah Vause, whose birthday is office (except the Atlanta Geor- day night between Sopchoppy and
and submit together
door lovers of Florida. The results i Grade 2-A-Angela Parrish, upon request. The address far
of this limited outdoor recreation f college transcript by October 24. only four days later. Four genera- gia post Office) or.the Atlanta Randall Gerrell B Connie Carrabelle, the Junior class will Forest SupervisorU.
f-- tions of Vause's Service Regional Office sponsor a Fish Fry ta 6:00 P.M.
examination is Mrs. family were U. S. Civil
is only small indication(The state-wide S. Forest Service
, program a Mock, Mike Brown Jeff Petty..
Saturday November 9. present; her mother; Mrs. Linnie 240 Peachtree Street N. W., Plates will be 50c and $1.00, the
for ,
of what may be accomplished if will be filled from: registers Oliver; daughter, Mrs. Billy Wat- Atlanta Georgia 30303. Applica- Menu consisting of Mullet Grits,
\, the citizens of Florida support'Openings Sharon Harrell, Diane Ward-B Florida 348Alr
Philipj Vause and tions also be obtained from Cole Slaw, Hush Puppies, Coffee
asd vote for Constitutional Amendment established by this examination son; son, ; may
: CouncilGrade
with subsequent examina- grandchildren, Michael & Melissa Mr. Audie Smith Examiner-in- or Tea. Pie and Cake extra.
I' No. 3 on November 5. Passage 4 grade 5 grade 6
' of this amendment would tions scheduled in January 1964, Watson and Cindy and Philip charge, located in room 39, Basement -, none. i Everyone is invited to come out Farm Family

:1.}.. an immediate statewide provide out- :for applicant admitted after the Vause, Jr. Tallahassee post office. and enjoy the supper and to help .
;,-. I ,the Junior Class.
data Night Date SetThe
door recreation program that October
. blanks and other in- And what will our children do
; would assure future generations Application Corrosion Study If the average wife only knew annual Farm Bureau
-' of Florida citizens place in the formation desired concerningstate The world's largest testing cen- what the average secretary thinks with the national debt we are ICI Safety thought of the week Family Night and free Fish Fry
passing to them?
on They'llpass
opportunitiesmay from FlIP Bossman H. N.
outdoors." employment ter for studying marine corrosion of her boss wives wouldn'thave will be held Saturday night
? it to their
on young'ens, but to
directly man: There is one way
writing for
be obtained by ,of metals woods plastics and much room worry. -
of course. drive the right way. So October 26, at the Live Stock Pa-
; Traffic is no respecter of to the Florida Merit System paints is operated by The Interna-- drive right if you want to be vilion in Crawfordville. Servingwill

persons. One false move and Doyle E. Carlton Bldg.. Tal tional Nickel Company, Inc., at left. start ,at 5:30 p.m.
,.our're a goner. lahassee. Harbor Island, North Carolina.

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; 2. \V.AIIJLLA COUNTY NEWS, :MAN WANTED to .1 w1Age and Sopchoppy High Precious Contacts
I Thursday, October 24, 1963 *. I Parents :Urged Platinum, of
I .operate a retail Watkins Route in i School News ;: metals used one for the precious Wakulla's Kyles
whiz are Earnings of 125.00 per tarby reach Children jew-
[ I WAKULLA 'week from the very beginning! June Roberts v;." .... day elry, automobile.also finds use in the present-
MC McGarity, P.O. Box 627 The varsity Yellow Jackets defeated alloysare
4 Wrife Safety Story used for voltage regulator
, COUNTY NEWS I iWffliston. Florida. Sept. 19-26 Oct the FJ5B.YelW Jackets tacts to ensure reliable electrical con
Find Life 'Sweet'Life
3 25-12 in an Apattchicola Valley operation in these units.

Telephone WAlnut 6-3301 Conference game here October 4. __ _'_ _. ..._--A,
Halfback Mark Roddenberry was :--
is sweet for the 137B just outside Tallahassee.!
I -- the first to score on a one-yan iCWEEK-END..SPECIALS;I I
BROWNING BROS.ConMruetion touchdown setby'pass from and two children of the J. C. They cultivate none of the land,i
Kyle Jr. family. and have little interest in cattle
.. ," Edited;< quarterback John David Jones to
Virginia Keightley > 59c
? end Larry Lawhon which covered PORK CHOPS, lb. Actually, it's 100,000 poundsof or other farm animals except
Excavating lb. 69c honey each year that makes bogs, about 20 of which they
yards. The try for the extra T-BONE ,
the livelihood for Wakulla feed for family consumption. .
.and Land Gearing point was no good. Lawhon lb.land 45c
BEEF LIVER, County's Outstanding Farm Their farming consists mostlyof
Entered at Crawfordville, Florida caught another pass from Jones Heat & Serve SAUSAGE -.49c Family of 1963. tending their many hives of
: Day Phone-.222-9065 and ran 62 yards for the second 39c. The four Kyles-who will
second class matter. Subscrip FRANKS bees, at which Kyle is reportedto
I as score with just a few! seconds remaining CoPeland 47c share honors with other Big be expert, but honeysn't the

:tion rate: $3.00 per :year. Night Phones: 224-8801 to be played in the firs EGGS, medium size, doz. -- Bend outstanding families during only big product of that labor.

I 224-4893 half. He also ran the extra point POTATOES, 10 lbs. ---36c the week of the North Flor- There's also something like 2-

!I In the last quarter, Jones agai CARNATION 3 tall cans ---39c ida Fair-specialize in bees and 000 pounds of beeswax to be processed -
WOOVILLE, FLORIDA threw a pass to Roddenberry trees on their 71 acres at Box and marketed in the op

: : Need. covering 12 yards for the TD. Pal Vegetable eration.
If You $1.09Libby'
': COOKING ,OIL 10 jar -
I Later, tackle Tommy Posey recovered Qt. Hunters Need To Kyle at 40 is a second generation -

Ii. Office Supplies I'' MAN WANTED to manage and a F.S.B. fumble and ran DRINK 2 for 45c farmer who graduatedfrom

Business Machines operate a retail Watkins Route in other touchdown. With less PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT Check RegulationsTallahassee Wakulla elementary and

Office Furniture this area. Earnings of $125.00 than 25 second remaining the FRUIT CAKE MIX ALL KINDS' Florida huntersare I high schools. He is president of

t See or Call week from the very beginning.per lock, junior halfback Randy An- COTTON BATTING ___ $1.39 reminded to study the 1963- i the Wakulla Beekeepers Assn.,
derson received the kickoff and a member of the ASCS Committee -
WHALEYat Write Mr. McGarity, P. 0. RANEY ran 98 for touchdown
yards but
a check their hunting fields before
Florida. Oct. 17-24-31
past commander of the Wakulla ,
it was called back because of -
a native
shooting migratory
_. $1.59 or game VFW Post 4538. He devotes
-- clipping ANTI-FREEZE
penalty. Penn Champ birds and animals. A few minutesof nearly all his time to beekeeping 1
OFFICE The Fox Hunters' Association
CAPITAL I study and checking can
prevent using two trucks and the
CO. : ueen for 100'3 is Miss Sherida _
EQUIPMENT embarrassment later, according
For Sale SUWANNEE STORE family car to transact business.
Sanders. Her runners-up were to A. D. Aldrich, director
,, 319 South Adams St. 200 Pine Fence Post 35c each, Mrs. Kyle, a native of Des I
.Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE Moines la. where she gradu-
FLORIDA 'I II Roland' Harvey WA-6-3436. in that order respectively. CRAWFORDVILLE, FLA. mission. ,
ated from high school is an
I i 10-17 Sherida, a member of the senior IsabeBe Forbes Mjr. Each season a number of hunters FHA chapter mother and a
I lass at Sopchoppy where she is Mrs. violate the wildlife regulations member of Wakulla's PTA.

0 secretary, is the daughter of Mr. 1 and are apprehended by the Flor- Their two daughters are Vic
I II LEGAL NOTICE and Mrs. Nolan Sanders. ida Wildlife Officers. Some violations '
LaundermatCrawfordville kie Lynn, 16, an eleventh grader
I : Notice of Election The publication of the school Coin Operated
; are intentional, while and Lora Lee, 11, who is a
I I The biennial district election for newspaper, "The Jackets Buzz"' others may be victims of not be- sixth grade student. Vickie is

i! the purpose of electing Trustees' went off like a whiz. Almost 300 ing familiar with the hunting president of the Wakulla FHA

and determining the district mill- copies were sold the first day. ..,... regulations. Dove hunters shouldbe group, treasurer of the junior

age for the next two years will be Mark Roddenberry chosen as V ,*' careful to see that their fields class at Crawfordville High,

held Tuesday, November 19, 1963. the Jackets ,Buzz player of the OLD POST OFFICE ;, meet the standard established by and is a staffer on the school

Any registered voter who pays a week for his outstanding playing ; state and federal game agencies. newspaper. Lora is a memberof

tax on real or personal property shown in the football game with. .- Aldrich said that dove and other the elementary school band.
FJ3.B. ,: The Kyles' residence is a 5-
within the district shall be entitledto migratory game birds may be
vote in the election. The Blessed Sacrament Jr. Open ';,';:; taken during the open season over room block structure, fully

MAIPlIS tdNCRETt The usual polling places for each High Bears defeated the junior ". ';-Y'' standing crops, flooded standing modern with major appliances.The .

Yellow Jackets 20-7 on October 3, 24 Hours Day flooded harvested family attends the Baptist
this a ,
precinct will be used at elec- crops croplands church. I
tion. but> the Yellow Jackets came back grain crops properly shucked -
and the ballgame October Perhaps unusual in the Big
Chairman won on the field where grown, or
j 10 with the Panthers of HosfordJr. Bend farming picture is the ex-
Board' of Public Instructions 25c Washers .. 25c DryersWe grains found scattered. solely as tended market on which the
High. The score was 25-0. Guy
the result of normal agricultural
Kyles depend for their liveli-
Taylor, Mike Roddenberry, Bobby
planing or harvesting.
PANACEA of Public Instructions hood. Whereas most area farmers
October 17-24-31 November 7 Tully, and Eddie Johnson made Migratory game birds may not confine their dealings to the
also invite the
BARBER SHOP the touchdowns. Johnson's touch you to use be taken by the aid of baiting, Big Bend area, the Kyles, due

down came on a pass from Tully. or hunted on or over any baited to the nature of their bee indus-

i Sopchoppys lone score against area. Baiting shall mean the try, list their market as 'Flor-
Only On ,. .' Blessed Sacrament came when Coin Operated Laundry
Open placing, exposing, depositing, distributing ida and the Midwest.
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP received the kickoffin
Tuesdays and Saturdays MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION t Guy Taylor or scattering of shelled,
J (Act of October 23. 1962: Section 4369. the second quarter and went 65 shucked, or unshucked, corn, Gleaming JewelryThe
8OOA.M.to8OOP.M. United States Code) yards. The extra point, ran by Located Back of Oaks. RestaurantIn gleaming finish on most of
1. Date of filing: Oct. 1963. 1 wheat, or other grain, salt or
t Boys and Mens REGULAR 2. Title of publication: Wakulla Merwyn Jones, was also good. other feed so as to constitute a oday's costume jewelry is accomplished -
,I County News. of High by plating with the precious
The Sharks Chapman
Haircuts $1.00
3. Frequency of issue: Weekly. lure, attraction or enticement for metal rhodium one of the plati-
Flat Tops $1.25CLASSIFIED 4. Location of known office of publication -' :defeated the Sopchoppy Yellow PanaceaTALLAHASSEE such birds.A International
metals produced by -
(Street city county state Jackets 33-7 here October 11. The num-group
I zip code): Crawfordville. Wakulla. summary of Florida hunting Nickel.
Florida. Jackets just couldn't get started
: I and trapping rules and regulations -
6. Names and addresses of publisher
and managing editor: Publisher (Name during the first three quarters. I may be obtained from any Spinal BearingsAn
and address): Fred L. Kelghtley. P. O. Then in the final period quarterJohn I I
.. No down payment, 3 bedroom Box 307. Crawfordvule. FJa. County Judge Federal regula- effective remedy for back
Completely Editor (Name and address)r Virginia ', ;David Jones threw a pass tions areavailable from offices .
brick homes, $6,700. tiffness sometimes caused byaiip.peddisk -
M. Keightley. P.O. Box 307/ to Randy Anderson for the touch- & THEATRES
finished. Write Box 324 org Crawfordville. Fla. of the Game and Fresh Water operations has been found,
Phone 377-6838, Cario, Georgia. 7. OWNER: Fred L. Keightley. P.O. own. Jones passed again\o Ron- Fish Commission located in Panama doctors believe, by placing a nickel

'Oct. 3101724. Box 10.307.The Crawfordville.average No. of Florida.copies each dell Nichols for the seventh point. FLORIDA T STATE City, Lake City, Ocala, stainless steel ball between the affected -

1 : Issue during preceding 12 months: Although the Yellow Jackets lost ,...-- -- _____ .___n Lakeland, West Palm Beach and spinal vertebrae. Several patients
; .
I 800 900 copies paid circulation.printed the ballgame, they are the first Tallahassee. so treated have returned to

Single issue nearest to filling date: team to score against the Sharks Today thru Saturday active and strenuous occupationswithout
""Dees .Barber Shbp. Total Same.No. of copies distributed: 800.I his season. Aubrey Hepburn"BREAKFAST feeling any ill effeeU.

SoutK Monroe certify that the statements made Starts Todax
<2238 \by me above are correct and complete. ,
1, Fred L. Keightley AT TIFFANY'S"Plus
BOYS HAIRCUTS $1.00 Special Spring ..

Friday Spring mechanisms in modern Darryl F. Zanuck's Co-Feature
days a week, Tallahassee
Open cales and weighing machines are .
Till 8p.m. Restart Old ArtElectroorming (made of a special high-nickel alloy Robert 11iItchumShirley '
,) :which will neither contract nor ex- 'THE LONGEST MacLaine -: ;

Four master barbers to old art in metalworking, a comparatively recently :pand throughout a wide range of' "TWO FOR THE Flowers &. Candy'Inc.- ..'

fc serve you. < been vigorously revived to operating temperatures. This characteristic DAY" SEESA W"CAPITOL
in the spring is essentialto
number of intricate -
produce a great
accurate. performance' the .....
t ,DEE COOK Owner metallic objects. These include scale. \
r detailed hollow ware, phonographrecord PERRY HIGHWAY DRIVE-IN r
musical instruments
pace-craft stampers components, and OUTDOOR ON WOOBVH.LE HWY. COMPLETE FLORIST SERVICE' ::
molds for glasswork. Also called Fishy EavesdroppingThe nm>BB sBH .... ,...

cold casting, electroforming is a sounds made by fish in the Today thru Saturday
PINES method of fabricating objects by ocean's depths can be heard and Friday. and Saturday '

Is t electroplating a metal -most commonly recorded. Large, sensitive hydra- Dana Andrews Gordon Scott
Stand Tall nickel because of its adapta- phones, equipped with corrosion- Jane Powell Betta St John

bility to the process as a shellon resistant nickel stainless steel dia- "ENCHANTEDISLAND" "TARZANthe
In Florida'sFuture a removable mold or pattern. phragms, are lowered into the Formerly Tillman'sJ.O

ocean to pick up and amplify the I I"conversations" ;; EAST ; .
of fish. Hit No.2"NATURE Plus Co-Feature .
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J GIRL Cliff Robertson .'

and the Slaver"Hit Debbie Reynolds

Tallahassee Business Firms No. 3"SERENGETI" "MY SIX

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.: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That J. H. Hudson the holder of
t These Advertisers following; certificates has filed said certificates for a tax deed to be
The Board of County Commissioners Appointed the following -
I issued thereon. The certificate numbers and years of issuance, the
decription of the property and the names in which it was assessedare named persons to serve as Clerks and Managers for

as follows: November 5 1963 General Election
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F O. I. GRAMLIMG Wakulla: Thelma Jernigan, Clerk, Pauline Wetherington,

Certi fsYear ,Description of property Name in Edna Lovett, Sarah :Meador.St. .
& CO. Little 'Folks Store cats of Itmanee- which
Luther Franklin Clerk Mrs. Jack Ward
FEEDSFlint ise Inc. No. assume Marks: ,
One-Stop Service for "The Capital's 56 1953 NW % of NW %, less 10 Mrs. Birdie Coggins, Mrs. Nora Bishop.

Feed Seed FertilizerPoultry Majors Furniture for Minors"Children' Toys, acres on E aide of Sec. 9, Newport: Marie L. Drake, Azelle Lambert, Offi e Granthan,
: T 5 S, R 2 W, 30 acres. G. J.
River Mills Supplies Garnet, Hobbies Langston Willie S. Ladd.

2015 S. Monroe .ph. 223-0274 Garden ToolsSo. 133 N. Monroe Baby Accettories St. Ph. 222-1146 51 1954 Begin at NE corner of Lot Panacea: Paul Schmidt, Clerk, Benjamin Metcalf, Mrs.

Adams at S-AX.R.R. 1 of Plat of land Tiled in Geneva Barwick, Durwood Vause.

Crossing DB 9, page '8, run S 70 Medart: Viola Tully, Clerk, Ira Whaley, Mrs. Wilmer
yards, W 70 yards, N 70 yds
J Phone 223-0173 to POB in SE % of Sec 12 Whaley, Mrs. Verdie Eubanks

. ; T 5 S, E 3 W, Vz acre. Rachel Booth Ivan: Lency Spears, Clerk, :Mildred Spears, Mattie Crawford -
.. SUBER & JOHNSON Nellie Mathers.
., ? 1958 SE !6 of NE % of SE ,
: Ligkt i .Weight and Regular '. -Seeds: -Fertilizer-Baby Chicks % of Sec. 9. T 3 S, R 1 W, 10 River Sink: Dan Miller, Clerk, Mary Jane Chapman, Clara

,. Concrete Blocks Farm Supplies acres.. ,Blanch Hinton Mae Laird, Sherlie Strickland.

Hanson, Wood and Cor. Gaines and Woodward Sts. 7 1961 An undivided 1/11 interest Crawford ville: Mrs. Judy Pigott, Clerk, A. N. Revell,' Henry

Hoel Ind., Inc. TeL 2225960BakerAlford '. in all except 200 acres in Heirs-ofWillie Vause, Lena Stafford.

S. Adams St. 4-Points Capital Stone Co Lot 82, H.s., 14 6/11 acres. Sanders Arran :Marie Herndon, Clerk, Clayton Taff, Sallie Harvey,

Tel 222-6840 P. O. Box 661 Louise Trull.

' MARBLE GRANITE All of aid property being in the County of Wakulla. State'of Florida. Cargal Mrs. Docia Hodges. -
( BRONZE Unless such certificates or certificate shall be redeemed according
Yeager, MEMORIALS Co. to law, the property described in such certificate or certificates will Vereen: Ronnie Spears, Clerk, Gene filler, Bert Thomas,

be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first Paul Miller, Clerk. .
' Inc. Cemetery Work of AU Types "Tk Part Hou* Monday in the month of November, 1963, which is the 4th day Of:
" .. Sopchoppy: John Davis, Jack Edwards, Myron Hodge,
Nor. 1963.
TeL 223-0719 for track
1ft-, 508 W. Gaines SL- ,Anything your auto .
't ,'' Insurance and Bonds Walter F. Buehan. Men or tractor. Also for your-power Dated.this 8th day of October, 1963.Pearce Braxton Barwick, Clerk. '

.A. lawnmower boat. and J much for your< Clerk Moody Circuit Court of Smith Creek: Mrs. Opal Langston, Clerk, Mrs. Lettie Lang-
Adam St. T 222-4680
,,21' S. -
208 N. Adams St.* Ph. 222-3380 Wakulla Countyi1orida. ston, Mrs. Myrtle Brown, Mrs. Minnie Berry.
October 10-17-24-31-63
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Thursday, October 24, 1963 3

SPECIAL THURSDAY,' FRIDAY, : Annual Meeting School Board Of County Meet

The 121st annual meeting of the Board of County Commissioners
October 14.< 1963
and SATURDAY Florida Baptist.Association whichis OCTOBER 21. 1963 .
The Wakulla County School
the oldest Baptist Association in The Board of County Commissioners
Board met in regular session at _
Florida, was held at the Uni- of Wakulla County me
; Fresh Grade A FRYERS, lb. 29c versity Heights Baptist Church, 8:00 a.m. :The chairman Mr. Crum, this date in Crawfordville wi I
called the meeting- order with
Tallahassee, on Thursday, Oct. 24. the following.members present:
1 T-BONE STEAK, lb. 69c An interesting and inspiring the following members present: J. D. Turner, Chairman Wil
Mr. Gowdy, Mr. Posey, Mr. Paulk,
lard Carter
program was arranged by the vice-chairman, Ralp
PORK CHOPS end cuts lb. 49c Rev. John Temoschuk, Program and Mr. Roddenberry was absent. Strickland, Sam W. Smith and F
Moved by Mr. Gowdy and seconded -
Chairman; The Rev. E. W. Perry- T. Roberts, Commissioners: J. H
Pure man, pastor of the CrawfordvilleRoad by Mr. Paulk that he minutesof Hudson, County Attorney, an
CANE SYRUP, fe gal. 79c Baptist Church gave the annual September 16th, 25th and October Moody Pearce. clerk. Melton Gray
8th, be approved as read. Road .
Rev. E. Superintendent.
sermon. George
Spring Farm Evap. MILK, 3 for. 39c Clark Fellowship Baptist Church, Voting: for the, motion was Mr. The minutes of the last meetin

preached the Evangelism, sermon Gowdy, Mr. Posey, Mr. Paulk and were read and approved.On .
APPLES, bag of 25 .49c and the Rev. Sv A. Coxwell. First Mr. Crum. the motion of Commissioner
Baptist Church, Crawfordville. delivered Moved by Mr. Paulk and seconded Roberts the Wakulla Countystock Live
Fresh BANANAS lOc the Missionary sermon by Mr. Posey that he bid of Pavilion was accepted by
George L. Starke Minister of American Seating Company of Atlanta the Board.
Music of the First Baptist; Church, Georgia of 5446.00 be ac- The Clerk warned the board
Tallahassee, planned the music. cepted since it was the Company that the present rate of ezpndi

I During the 1962-63 year, Flor- submitting the lowest' bid which tare in the labor account of the I
ida Baptist Association has been met he specifications as requestedand Road and Bridge Fund would

served by W. M. Scruggs, Sr. provided the fastest installa- seriously reduce that budget pos-!
'. .Monticello Moderator; Earl tion which will be installed priorto sible eleminating entire budgeted I
Lambert, Tallahassee- Vice November 30th. items. --- -
I SHOTGUN. SHELLS Moderator; Frank Johnson, Tallahassee Voting for the motion was Mr. Mr. Glenn Pope appeared be- I
Clerk; and J. E. Robinson Paulk Mr. Posey, Mr. Gowdy and 'ore the Board and requested full
.Seed, Feed, FertilizerSHOP Havana, Treasurer. Mr. Robinson Mr. CruD time employment on road crew
has completed his 20th yearas Moved by Mr. Posey and seconded The[ Board agreed to keep Mr.
and SAVE AT Treasurer. New Officers were by Mr. Paulk that the bills be Pope at present rate with no increase -
elected at the opening session of paid as presented. in time.

PIGOTT'S STORE the meeting. Voting for the motion was Mr. The Board approved the vou
Posey, Mr. Paulk. Mr. Gowdy, and !hers before them and directed
that warrants be issued in ,
Mr. Crum. payment
.MJiIIt"p. .. .
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Meteoric Metal Moved by Mr. Gowdy and seconded therefor. ... -
We give TOP VALUE Stamps There being no further business .,.. T .
t t. : Nickel can usually be found in by Mr. Posey that the Board .
coming to the attention rfj .
meteorites. Its presence has also adjourn. of the _, ..- II': ...
been observed in the spectrum of Voting for the motion was Mr. oard the same was' adjourned on
the sun and many stars. Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Gowdy, and uly made motion. All Florida rsidents are invited to be the guest of the Week! Wachee
Mr. Crum. ttest: Moody Pearce, Clerk Mermaids during the entire month of November to see the new
Approved:J. D. Turner, chairman Underwater Show "UNDERWATER FOLLIES.- Residents of Florida
A. Crum, ChairmanC.
Henry may identify themselves with a Florida driver's ,license, or similar
L. Townsend, Superintendent identification and will be admitted to see the new Underwater Show
upon payment of a small service charge.

YOUR LOCAL FHP Urges Parents Teach '" Children Traffic Safety '*.


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and we'll keep adding interest.It's safe and dependable ,'".. ;. I" WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA',

and your savings here are always worth one hundred cents t :: .,, : ,

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... RIGHT for the. Amendment or against. the A proposed amendment to Article IX of'
': < Amendment. the Constitution of the State of Florida by
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:: adding a section to be numbered by

J \ No.1CONSTITUTIONAL Secretary of State providing that the Out-
: Council as
door Recreational Development
-f :" '' 4 .. v AMENDMENTTO created ,by the 1963 Legislature, may issue
{ \? ARTICLE IV, SECTIONS 2 and 20 revenue bonds, revenue certificates or other

r A proposed amendment Article IV, Sec- evidences of indebtedness for outdoor recrea-
tions 2 and 20 of the Constitution of the tion and natural resources conservation and
'v"t State of Florida providing for the election related facilities; providing that the Legis-

of the Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney lature shall designate the revenue or tax
General, Comptroller, Treasurer, Super- sources to be deposited in or credited to the
t intendent of Public Instruction and Commis- land acquisition trust fund for their pay-
sioner of Agriculture at the 1964 general ment and may impose certain restrictions. ,

-_ election for a term of two years and there-
after commencing with the general election FOR THE AMENDMENT .
e",,, of four and provid-
y.p of 1966 for a term years
", ing that the Governor elected at the 1964 AGAINST THE AMENDMENT 1. _
general election shall be eligible for re-elec-
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; :.the Constitution of the State of Florida by
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k- "' : Secretary of State, authorizing the issuanceof
: bonds for capital outlay at institutions of ,

higher learning, including junior colleges
and certain vocational technical schools;
pledging certain tax funds; providing for
the use of accumulated surplus to pay for
LEWIS STATE BANK any capital outlay project authorized by the J

,..:. Legislature; providing procedures; provid-
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Semioles-Gobblers CRAWFORDVILLE
Thursday, October 24, 1963Mrs.Gowdy's Barren H. Williams, chief avia- Refilling and Collecting money Sergeant. Allen D. Bishop of St.

I tion storekeeper, USN, son of Mrs. from NEW TYPE high, quality Meet SaturdayFlorida Marks, Fla., participated in Exercise State PosfRealtors PERSONALSMiss
Gladys Williams of Route 2, coin operated dispensers in this "William Tell," the Air
Crawfordville, Fla., is serving: area. No selling. To qualify you State Seminoles will Firce-wide fighter weapons meet By Beverly Tully was entertained
: Sixth i GradeThe aboard the attck aircraft carrier must have car, references, $600to have their work cut out for them completed here October 12. last Wednesday night on

sixth grade have elected USS Shangri La, operating out $1900 cash. Seven to twelve when they tangle with the V.P.I. Sergeant Bishop, son of Mrs. The Lakeland Board of Real her 18th birthday. Her parent,
hours net excellent Gobblers Saturday at Doak Camp- tors was notified today by the Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Tully inviteda
their officers for the second six of Mayport, Fla. weekly can Nora Bishop of St. Marks, is a Florida
Association of Realtorsin
week period also the Prince and Shangri La is currently deployed monthly income. More full time. bell stadium in Tallahassee. United States Air Force aircraft Orlando host of Beverly's friends in for
that C. L. (Jimmy)
Princess for the annual Fall in the Mediterranean For personal interview write P.O.I Coach Bill Peterson's Team crew chief. He and other membersof Lawhon of Lakeland was elect dinner.
Carnival. Birthdays in this monthare -seven months of training exer- Box 4185, Pittsburg 2, Pa.. still smarting from the 0-0 tie his team serviced supersonic ed as state Miss Johnnie McCormac recently -

Curtis Golden, Wayne Pelt,, cises. phone number. with Mississippi Southern are F-106 Delta Darts representingthe chairman of the came to Crawfordville to
Myron Porter. A poem, Little& New Twist To Old CurlA trying to put together the scoring Air Defense Command. He is I Associate Division assist Mrs. C. S. Alligood in the

Little Witch, No bigger than my long-established but nearly machine that showed so well assigned permanently to Mc- at the Real department of Public Welfare I
thumb, I cut you out of paper,forgotten beauty aid for women, against Miami. Chord AFB, Wash. I tors convention Miss McCormac is from DilHdn,
heated hair-curling iron, is being said that he was well \ in Miami Beach.Lawhon .
for my special chum. the Stainless In SkylineOne Peterson The sergeant is a veteran of South Carolina and a graduate of
Wil-, revived- with a modern twist. satisfied with the defense that 17 is Queens College, Charlotte, N. C.,
Sixth.grade officers are of the over years military service. I
more prominent sky- completing his
liam Glover, President; Gary Ken similar The portable in principle curling irons to those, although used scrapers in New York City, the: the Seminoles put up against His wife, Lillian, is the daughter "":" ,, second year as she lives in the Tully apartment.
Limbaufch Vice-President; Carol t for centuries, are heated by small, 1,046-foot-high Chrysler Building, Southern but that offensively .of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oliverof i\ \.... state vice chair- Mr. and Mrs. Moody Pearce at-
Peak, Secretary; Treasurer, Jen rechargeable nickel-cadmium bat- is encased in nickel stainless steel team will have to learn to get St. Marks. .. man serving for tended a county finance officers

nifer Harper, Linda Jo Ashburn I teries and are one of the newest from the 61st floor to its top, 77th ball across the goal line. William Tell tested the skills of I;'.the 10th District, and clerks meeting last Thursday,
Princess; Myron Porter, Prince. items in a growing list of cordless floor. Quarterback Steve Tensi hit pilots and support personnel in of which Lake- Friday and Saturday, in Miami.
I electrical appliances being sold to- only 5 of 20 pass : attempts and latest tactical concepts for aircraft LAWHON land k a part. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Potter and
J Southerns Jim Berry stalled the Last year Law- weekend ifl
Bob the
day. \ and missile defen8e. The hon was instrumental in form- son spent
most potent F.S.U. drive of the intense competition also developedthe ing an associates division in the Jacksonville, Bob has been transferred

r game. effectiveness of air defense Lakeland Board subsequent to to Tallahassee.Mr. .
1 Game time for this Saturday.teams and combat-ready maintenance his being elected as state vice John Ferrell has returnedto
7 clash is set for 2 p.m. of jet aircraft. I chairman. He also received the his home from the Tallahaseee-
C ;1962 Associate of the Year Memorial Hospital.Mr. .
1\i: : & ;(Award Realtors.in the Lakeland Board of and Mrs. C. L. Townsend

Feed Seed Fertilizer Tool I His duties as state chairman and son Jack, Mr. and Mrs. W. S.J
j !will consist primarily of promoting Sanders spent the weekend in
rf I' 1010 S. Adams Qi S education in the various Blountstown, visiting Mrs. San-
( Associate Divisions in the state. der's brother.
Phone 223-0173 + Lawhon entered the Real Es- .Mr. Wooten Smith left last
F/ Oct. 29 Nov. 2 !state business in 1959 and has Wednesday for the Bahamas,

served as sales manager for the where he has accepted a peritten.
Scott Kelly Realty firm for '
with Perini Bahama Ltd. ;,
Come more than three years. Prior to
Ii" entering the real estate businesshe Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bill and
Grace Poultry Feeds To served as Polk County x-ray family from Ft. Walton Beach
feed technician for nine years, dur- spent the weekend with their
The ing which time he attended parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fer-
Graco Horse and Mule Feed Florida Southern College night rill, Sr.
... classes preparing himself in bus-
iness administration, including Mrs. Minnie Tucker had as her
Hy-Speed Sweet Feed ; North Florida Fair real estate law. guests last weekend the following;
for BABY CHICKS I Lawhon is a native Floridian her daughter Mrs. Nona Davis

who came to Polk County ira and family from Jacksonville
Grace Dairy Feed j'1949 from his home town of
Beach Mrs. H. M. Miller of
Crawfordville in Wakulla Coun-
ONION SETSCOLLARD ty. After completing high Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. George Bet-

Greco Pig and Hog Feed ,- : school in Crawfordville he tner and daughters, Pam, Frances,
every .' served in the U.S. Navy during and Aimy of Tampa end Mrs.
& World War II. Lawrence Cabler and three daugh-
CottonSeed Meal He resides in Lakeland with ters of Columbus, Ga., and grand-
CABBAGE PLANTS 4-H I his wife Jean, and three chil daughter, Mrs. Charles White and
dren, Barbara, Vick and Larry.
Cotonseed Hulls and baby, also of Columbus.Mrs. .
need Club E. G. Hammick is a

FALL GARDEN SEEDSWe patient at the Tallahassee Memorial -
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Feed Ingredients Events Trooper Bill's Hospital.
Miss Elaine Williams of Ten-

Jtiylte you to come In soon, for high qualify feeds, nessee is visiting her sister, Mrs.

no matter what your need. ,:'. HighwayPhilosophy E. G. Hammick and family.Mr. '
... ,- j and Mrs. Wayne Bell and
family spent the weekend with
.-. .u .. their parents Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
T. I i: S RidesThrill Shows The frustrating thing about Ferrell.
,.< :. :. .
i '. being a big wheel is the all-
USED '" _. fired effort it takes to keep Argentia, Newfoundland (FIIT-
from dropping the "W." NC) Robert V. Priest, equip-
Excitement For All! ment operator third class, USN,

\ Teach your child the impor- son of Joe L. Priest of Panacea,
tant rules of safety. It is good
I Fla., is serving at the Naval Station -
CARb ;It' insurance for survival.If .
: Argentia, Newfoundland.
Don't Miss Your Argentia is located on the southeast -
you can't have the best of
of the Canadian island
best of
everything, make the
what you have province of Newfoundland. The
station serves radar and partol

CARSTop No one envies a failure. So aircraft of the Distant Early
North Florida FairOCT. watch out for enemies if you'rE. Warning Line, as well as other
ever a success. Atlantic Fleet units.

P Quality Top ConditionUSED 29 TALLAHASSEE NOV. 2 Renew if you your were driver's born this licensenow monthin

an odd-numbered year.


1962 inOOGE,8 Cylinder, 2 door, $ 1 95
Radio and Heater, Standard I Ii
Transmission, excellent --=:_- ..

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1959 RAMBLER Station Wagon, Heater, .
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,1961 CHEVROLET, 2 door, Hardtop Impala, Power
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1957 CHEVROLET Belair, 4 Door, Radio e $1 0 9 5 t'. :..

and Heater, Automatic Transmission, o yo 'J\.
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1957 FORD,V8 Station Wagon, Radio d $295 J'S "

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1959 CHEVROLET, G.Cylinder, $995 k.

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1961 CHEVROLET 6 Cy. Greenbrier tome!is as refreshing as the bath. ,

Radio, Heater., AutomaticReal $15 1 9 5 The same with sheets.And sods.Napiuts I
Nice -' handkerchiefs; ,shirts or whatoer.You know they
are as clean as when they came from the washer. ;
(Really.,whv hang a dean laundry outside') _
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