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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 31, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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t VOLUME 65-NUMBER 10 CRAWFORDVILLE,, FLORIDA Thursday, October 31, 1965 1 Price lOe Per Copy .


'f CRAWFORDVILLE SOPCHOPPY NEWSBy II Local Girl"t I .


r PERSONALSMr. Miss Rachel Louise Lawrence C. Sapp of Grand On= Deans istTALLAHASSEEFlorida

Ridge risited her sister, Mrs. J. State
Robert Martin
confined
was
N. Roberta last week. University today announced the
to his bed with the Flu last
week
Sopchoppy Yellow Jackets were _- Dean's List for the third trimester.To .
Mr. Martin is teacher of
Englishat defeated by CHattahoochee 19-25 make the Dean's ,List undergraduates
the Crawfordville School.
High in the football game played here, k,. must have' carried > 12
Mr. James White
of Blounts- Friday 8 October 25. or more trimester hours and earneda
.... town, Crawfordville p.m.
formerly of 4 ". 1' of 3. B Studentsin
grade
MLrs Sherida Sanders was crown- -L aveage ( )
!J was a visitor here last week. \
: :: the College of Arts and Sciences
ed Queen of the Fox Hunter's Association "'- ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jon Strickland of JP' ... s had to have of 3.25 and
I' which was held at Wilson r an average
';'. the Springhill Road were releasedfrom .r e, ,. ...
Beach Cottages. Also present were those in the School of Nursing 3.5.

the Tallahassee Memorial,Misses Adronna Anderson and Lacy "If' 4f'r The list included: Nancy Ann G id-
last Wednesday, October 23. They
Metcalf, her runnersup for the 1963 j den, Crawfordville.
..
both suffered cuts and bruise-; a
title and the 1962 Queen, Miss :
car accident near their. nome on.
., October 14. Linda Durant all of SopchoppyHigh Meeting Series
;- ; I
School. "
_
Mrs. Harold Smith went to At 'r
Visiting in Pensacola for the L .,, Set Brown
By
lanta last week to attend the wed ... :

ding of her nephew, Wayne Fisher, week-end was Miss Rose Ann Bar- .. ; TALLAHASSEE-State Indus-
wick and Mr Terry Barwick. -
to Theresa McDaniel, of Decatur, trial Commission Chairman-Worley
Roberts and Miss Lilla _
Miss June
Georgia. The groom is an astronau =t i Brown said today that. assistanceto
Raker visited relatives in Tallahassee -
I'- tical engineer with Convair at Cape I businessmen is the purpose ofa

Canaveral.Mr. over the week-end. series of unemployment compensation -

i K. H. Harris and son Mike,! Mr. and Mrs. Tom Huff left clinics to be held in four

r- of Tallahassee, were guests of Monday afternoon to visit their Florida cities next week. '
daughter who is ill in the Archibald ,
Mr. and Mrs. George Stafford last "Florida's business and J Industrial

r Saturday. They came especially to Hospital, Thomasville, Georgia. growth in recent ye.ars has increased
Mr. S. W, Revell and Gus Simmons -
enjoy the Dove Hunting in Wakulla -w.qE: kf st x M the size and complexity of
,t have returned home from
County. the unemployment compensation
three days of fishing and campingin
,l. Mr. and Mrs. Moody Pearce and program and these clinics are a

t daughter, Jerry, Mr. Fred Keight-. ,heir camper. part of our business liaison policy I
Mis Patsy Roberts, a senior in '
I ley and son Gregory and Mrs. to administer the program as I
t\ Sopchoppy High School, represented
smoothly possible with the least
John Paulig went to Monticellolast as i
the Florida Power Corpora-
Thursday evening to attend amount of inconvenience to the

the annual Mullet Roast at the tion of Wakulla' County in the ; taxpayer," Brown said.

.Pine Tree Festival Parade held in Cosponsored the Associated
by
First Methodist Church. pT;?
Perry, Florida Patsy is the daughter 44-.f -
." Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rehwinkel 1-- Industries of Florida, the clinics

e spent the weekend in Pensacola of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Roberts. will feature Industrial Commission

Mrs. Richard Sprague has returned -
.' visiting their son and family, Mr.! o s. g3k unemployment compensation ex

[ and ,Mrs. Clarence Rehwinkel. home after spending the perts to assist businessmen attorneys
week-end with her mother in Fort
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith spent accountants, and book ,

the weekend in Madison, Florida. Valley, Georgia. Y keepers in the handling,of that i
Mr. and Mrs. L. L Roberts are ".
phase of their businesses.
Mrs. Charles W. Tucker is visit

ing her daughter and family in proud grand parents of a grandson, The meetings will open at 9 a.m.
born Monday morning October 28 I The midway is blazing with lights and color as this years North Flori la Fair gets underway. See this years bigger and better exhibits and and close at 12:30
Atlanta, Georgia. p.m.
the fan.
enjoy
in the Tallahassee Memeorial Hos-
Mr. Jim Harper has been con- They will be held at Jacksonville:

I fined to his home for sometime pital. His,parents are Mr. and Mrs. at the George Washington Hotel,
Warren Crum (Maribeth. Roberts). ST. MARKS NEWS
Private Operation Tj i day.October 29 Tampa Flori-
|
,
.I. with an infected foot. .. ; -:11
Mrs. Bobby Russ returned home Mr. and Mrs; Albert'Reynoldsand > : i .rAdYV Mrs. Evelyn Harrell Is spendingthe danMotor Hotel, Wednesday) October -

family of Tallahassee, Mr and P-I"- week in Tallahassee visiting 30 Miami, DuPont Plaza Hotel
by plane, Sunday night, after visit ; ,
ing relatives in Alabama since last Mrs. Byron Cox and daughter Kim- .f 14 relatives and friends. Urged in Use of Thursday, October 31; and Orlando,

Thursday. berley were guest of Mr. and Mrs. ':..' k.' Mr. and .Mrs. Bob Spurgeon of Cherry Plaza Hotel, Friday November

W. D. Reynolds Sunday. > .,- *Knoxville are here to spend the 1.Hunting.

The Sopchoppy High School Band ,.. '. winter in their trailer and to en- Water/ ResourcesThe

Wakulla in the North Florida .
Four participated "' joy some fishing.

Fair Parade, Tuesday, October 29. Mrs. Linie Oliver has returnedto National Associationof Dates- ,

Artists ExhibitFour her home after spending the Manufacturers has told Told Here

Artists from, Crawfordvillehave ME DART NEWSBy week in Albany, Ga., with her Congress that proposed legis-
Tallahassee
Florida's
the following work on exhibitat daughter, Mrs. L. E. Branch.Mr. lation on water resources hunting
Mrsa. John PigottMr. calendar for the 1963-64
the North Florida Fair this Paul Watts has returnedto planning should include a season,
Johnny Whaley honoredon b as set by the Game and Fresh Water
was
week. Mrs. T. D. Head, a watercolor Miami after visiting with his declaration of policy in favorof
!
his birthday Sunday About 50 Fish Commission, is follows
"Sunday Morning On Dexter brother, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Watts. private enterprise devel-: as :
ateended the fish frfry held at November 3-First dove
Avenue, Montgomery, ,Alabama," Allen Boykin is home again after _opment of natural resources'so 'phase

Mrs. George Gibbs, a pastel still his home. working in Wilmington, N. C. for as to avoid outlays from season ,closes. ; ,' .

life, "Fall Still Life" Mrs. Libert, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Wenning and > the past two weeks with Tenneco i i the public treasury and thus November Hunting season on
Mrs. Charles Updegroff and daughter -, S- 1 native south of State
game opens
Mrs. place such developments
a water color, "u.S.S. Skate, Oil Corp. on
Diane returend home Friday Road 60.November.
W. S. Mathis, a mixed media, "Fair Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cogdill spent income-production, taxpaying ; _
,after spending about two months in 6'"i: :. basis. 9-Bear hunts close in
Booth. the week-end in Wewahitichka and
Massachusetts and Ohio, visiting --" -. Apalachicola and Osceola National
; -. .> {. attended the district meeting of the Samuel S. Johnson, chair-
relatives. : man of the Conservation and Forests. .
Florida Chapter of the National
Study OfPrinting Glen Langston of Eustis, Fla. >- Association of Postmasters.Mr. 'Management of Natural Re- November 10 Archery hunt

Attended the F.SU. ball game in ,4; sources Committee, testifying close in Eglin Air Force Reser-
Chuck Shields son of Mr.
Group Tallahassee, Saturday and then i before the Irrigation and vation. _,
and Mrs. Curtis Shields has returned -
\ I
Tallahassee, (FNS) An investigation !. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.] Reclamation subcommittee of November 15-Marsh hen season
home after with
of state printing practicesis Rorco Langston of Tallahassee. : ;, t, serving I<, the Senate Committee on In- closes.

about t oget underway followinga Mr. H. D. Lawhon was guest:: .' ,.,_,- } the U. S. Army Paratroopers_over- terior and Insular Affairs November 16-Third Saturday of
'
year's delay. Gov. Farris Bryant speaker at the Lake Ellen Baptist'; :.. ,.: .- : seas.Mr. said "any legislation adoptedon November-Hunting season opens
,... < and Mrs. L L. Malone of
originally recommended the investigation Church, Sunday Mr. Lawhon isj,i ,-'., .- ,- i the subject of water resources north of State Road 60 on native
the week-end
but recent legislative ses- from Tallahassee. -:: ';. Pensacola were guest planning should include game. Woodcock, snipe and second
( r.
of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
sions on reapportionment side- Benard Pigott of Sopchoppy 9 f: f: t; a declaration of States' phase dove hunting opens state

tracked progress. I'' visited Steve Pigott Sunday. .> ,., :, :. t A. D. Alford. water right by the Congress."
Mrs. Edward Ward wide.November
> Mr. and
> "
The investigation will be handled Mrs. Sarah Stiger has returned': 'J:'V' ..; 'f Mr. Johnson is a partner of 16 -- Citrus archery

by the Interim Committee on Governmental to her home, after IJ', nor surgery, :) f and daughter ,of Tampa were the the Tite-Knot Pine Mill of season, opens : *
of his Mr. .J"
week-end parents
guest
Reorganization, headed at the Tallahassee Memorial Hos- : :J Redmond, Oregon. November '27; Duck,. goose and
Mrs. Jack Ward.
by Rep. Welborn: Daniel of Lake ; ; t and coot season' opens.
i JOINT BOARDS ASKED
pital.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Bishop and i
County. The committee is also made and Mrs. Howard Roberts; December Fur-trapping. under
1 children of Spokane. Wash. are I ,-
up. of State Treasurer J. Edwin of Palmetto, Fla sister of Mrs. <..! :"" .!' The subcommittee, holding )license opens. '*

Larson, Auditor Ernest Ellison and Steve Pigott visited here, Sunday.)! ).' .., ': : -,. :: -> being transferred to T. A. F. B. hearings on S. 1111, the December 2-Second phase dove

State Comptroller Ray Green. We are happy to see Jessie Carter -f at Panama City and are visiting "Water Resources PlanningAct season closes.December .
': 'k' :; their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert of 1963" also heard 'the
Other-members of the committee out and around, after his accident : ; 8-Citrus archery heat
) 4. -and Mrs. Nora Bishop en- NAM
Oliver advocate
include Chief Justice E. ,Harris and pray that he will soon j"Yf.'i. spokesman closes.

Drew, Representatives Pit Ahsler. be fully recovered.We route. congressional encouragementof December 21-Third phase. dove
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. .Cogdill of formation of interstate
William O'Neal and H. E. Lancaster welcome to the community season opens.
were the over-night guestof compact agencies, rather
and Thomas-hubanks Tampa
; and Senators George Hol- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whaley
his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Cog- than more federal valley authorities -
lahan Verle Pope, G. T. Melton son and Mr. and Mrs. K M. Oaks
and John Spottswood.. and children. ,* '*' Mr. and M 's. Bert M. Thomas, Woodvflle announce the dill this week-end. like TVA. Dr.Robert S are

Gov. Bryant says a study of Mr. and Mrs. Reece Langstonand engagement of their daughter, Norma Jean to Roger Lee Mrs. Charles Dubuisson has re- He suggested that joint PANACEA Dr. Robert Sayre
Eubanks of Mrs. Verdie Eubanks Crawfordville and last week federal-state river basin
son turned after' spending com- the
printing practices could lead to reforms children of Tallahassee visitedMr. 73, died Mondty night at
the late Ross Eubanks. friends and relatives in missions should have the final
that would save the state a and Mrs. Rosco Langston, Sun Miss from Leon visiting home of his son inW h huta.
Thomas was graduated High School and Ala. word on river basin
Foley, medical
$1 million a year. This estimateis day. attended North Florida Junior College. She is employed by Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Shields hadas plans, rather than the cabi- Dr. Sayre, a retired
based on a special study made the Florida Sheriffs Bureau.' doctor, moved here about 14 years
their net-level water resources
week-end
this ,
by Glenn Hobgood. accountant for Federal Payro'llt.Rises Her fiance is a graduate of Sopchoppy High School, attended their guest Mr. and Mrs. Tillman council proposed by S. 1111. ago.Funeral
the State Purchasing Commission. Florida, State University and received a Bachelor daughter services were held at

:of Science degree in forestry'from the University of Florida Register and Children and Mr. and 10 a n Thursday, Oct. 31, in Wau-

to2,5.18,900 Gainesville. He is stationed in Augusta, Ga., completing: Mrs. Block Smith, all of Tallahassee. chula.

Federal GovernmentAnd The federal governmentadded basic training in the, tL S. Army. My Neighbors"The Dr. Sayre served in World War

9,192 to the The wedding is planned for late December at the First Mr. and Mrs. Steve Coggins have I and II, practiced medicine in Jasper -

Cyclopean Eye payroll in July persons bringing the Baptist Church in Woodvflle. returned 'after a two week visit in and also worked for the State

with their daughter, Mr*.
"We have arrived at the total of federal employees to Tampa Health Department. He was a

unhappy point at which" 2,518,900.The L. 1,4E Oa7m&4s Albert Holman who accompaniedthem s Mason and a staff officer' In the

home. Big Bend Coast Guard Auxiliary
the Cyclopean eye of some Post Office Department I
almighty regulatory agency put 2,972 persons to Mrs. Nora Bishop has returned Survivors include his widow,){n.'

is upon us when we buy or work; the Agriculture De- home afted spending some time in Gladys Sayre; three sons, David

sell, ship or receive, hireor partment increased its rolls Yankeetown with her daughter, Mtd of Gainesville, Malcolm of Wauehu-!

fire, grow or manufac- by 884 and the Treasury De- No Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Roberta. la and Edison of Ohio; one

Chi BtU* f Mr. and Mrs. George Ladd spent daughter Mrs. Larella Shiver of
ture, save or spend, drinkor partment's staff was uppedby GLwith .
diet, profit or lose, talkor 894 employees Even the The Holy Spirit shall r1 Sunday visiting in Albany, Boston Ga.Olympic. "

listen."-John Swear- American Battle Monuments teach you all things Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Beat. '

ingen, president StandardOil Commission put on 11 more -(John 14:26). "Opportunity doesn't knock and family. T National Park in

Company of Indiana. employees overseas* The bal- If we but recognize the these days. It rings the tele- :! 2 Washington State la the both only

ance of the new additionswere presence and reality of the phone and asks silly questions U.S. park whteh.has

scattered over the mul- indwelling Spirit we will be ." 'II' stands for snow-capped mountains and

tiplicity of government agen-' able to consult it for guidance 'money'!" ocean beaches.

cies. and illumination.







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JKAKDLLA COUNTY NBwS rI t r I

2 '!'Thursday October 31, ItQ71 1 I,MAN WANTED to manage and NOTICE'OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED ; Manufacturer I
operate retail Watkins Route in
a NOTICE IS .HEREBY GIVEN That J. H. Hudson, the holder of: .
''this, area. ,Earnings of $125.00 per following certificates has filed said certificates for a tax deed to be
WAKULLA week from the very beginning.! issued thereon. The certificate numbers and years of issuance, the i For Hiring
Write Mr. McGarity,P. 0, Box 627, decriptioh. of the property and the names in which it was assessed
COUNTY NEWS Florida. are as follows: i iI
Williston Oct.... 172431LEGAL Aaron N. Solomon presi- I
I
Telephone' WAlnut 6-3301 dent, Ace Electronics Associ-
CertifiYear. ,Description property Name 1t'cate' ates, Somerville, Mass., has
of** vhick been selected as "Employer of palsy
, No.
For Sale fuanee anetttd the Year" by the President's
200 Pine Fence ,Post 35c each, I 56 1953 NW % of NW *, less .10 Committee ,on Employment of
severe
l ... .- I. acres on E side of I i
Virginia Keightley :- Edith Roland Harvey WA-6-3436. ": Sec. 9, the Handicapped.Mr. .
10-17 T 5 S, R2 W, 30 acres. G. J. Langston Solomon won the award, Mr. I I

51 1954 Begin at NE corner of Lot which is sponsored by the Na- t

1 of Plat, of land filed .in' tional Association of Manufac- rich
Entered at Crawfordville. Florida NOTICE ., DB 9, page 8. run S 70 turers for outstanding con- a t

as second class matter. Subscription Notice of Election yards, W 70 yards, N 70 ids -' tributions to the campaign for I

rate: $3.00 per year. The biennial district election for i to POB in SE % of Sec. 12, the employment of handi- than

the purpose, of electing Trustees ',' T5SR3WVacre.. Rachel Booth capped persons. tense I
determining the district mill-I When Mr. Solomon foundedhis The
and
9
1958
SE % of NE % of SE3A firm in 1952 he embarkedon
two will be -
age for the next years of Sec 9, T 3 S, R 1 W, 10 deliberate
November 19, 1963. -, a policy of em- -
held Tuesday '
Need. .
If You
acres Blanch Hinton ploying the handicapped. Of spite
Any registered voter who- pays a
7: 1961 'An undivided the 275 men and women on the
Office Supplies tax on real or personal property 1/11 interest
Business Machines within the district shall be entitledto : .':,' ; in ,all 'except 200 acres in Heirs of company's payroll today 210, out.
Office FurnitureSee vote in the election. Lot 82, H.S., 14 6/11 acres. Willie SandersAll or 75 per cent have some'form work
.. \ of physical or mental handicap.Ace bodied
Call The usual polling places for each
or
precinct will be used at this elec Electronics's employees wage

RANEY WHALEYat tion. 'of aid property being in the County of Wakulla, State of Florida.
HENRY A. CRUM Chairman Unless' such certificates or certificate shall be redeemed accordin Cairo \
Board of Public InstructionsC. to law, the property described in such certificate or certificates wil: The oldest piece of music REEF"I
be sold to the highest bidder at the Court House door on the first more
CAPITAL OFFICEEQUIPMENT L. TOWNSEND, SuperintendentBoard Monday in the month of November, 1963, which is 'the 4th day oNov. extant with English words is Africa's
CO. of Public Instructions' .. 1963. "Sumer Is Icumen In/' com-
319 South Adams St. I October 17-24-31 November 7 Datedthis, 8th day. of October, 1963. posed at Reading Abbey in the the
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE Moody Pearce 13th century.
FLORIDA Clerk Circuit Court of tillion REEF"n
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Wakulla County, Florida. "
'
TAX DEED October 10-17-24-31-63 7 : :1
See. 194.16. F.S. -- ",' ,- w.1ri
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Richard Klink the holder of the following ,'t FLORIDA
certificates has filed laid cer-
tificates for a tax deed to be Issued
thereon. The certificate numbers and
f years of Issuance the description of
the property and the names in whichit
Certificate Year was of assessed Issuance No. 29 are 1960 as follows: TallahasseeJC: Today thru Saturday I Today

Description _of Property LOT 11. \
BLOCK "H". Aqua de Vida Subdivision : Janet Leigh
Name in which assessed Flowers & Candy Inc.
All of said property being in the. Van Johnson
County of WAKULLA. State of Florida
Unless such certificate or certificatesshall
be redeemed according to law \
the property described In such certificate "WIVESANDLOVERS"
1 or certificates will be sold to ,1
the highest bidder at the court house THE 1
door on the first Monday in Month of
day DECEMBER.December.1963., 1963 which is the 2nd COMPLETE, FLORIST 'SERVICE
Dated this 29th day of October. 1963
..
Cleric of Circuit Moody Court Pearce of '. ....
Wakulla County. Florida
Oct. 31. Nov. 7-14-21 PERRY HIGHWAY
PANACEABARBER OUTDOOR ON

CLASSIFIEDAmerica .
\ Formerly Tillinan's ,. .
SHOP Kennel Club Registered

Collie Puppies, Male $30.00, 10,, EAST JEFFERSON STREET Today thru Saturday Today

Only On Female $25.00. Call Crawford. Joanne WbodwardRichard
Open ville Walnut 63881CLASSIFIED Beymer

Tuesdays and Saturdays "THE STRIPPER"Plus "

8OOAJH.to8OOP. L CompanionLana \
100% financed, completely finished '
and Mens REGULAR
Boys I PHONE 224-5023 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIIAor !
Haircuts $1.00 brick homes; any size. Write Turner
Flat Tops $1.25BROWNING Box 324 or phone 377-6838- WA 6-3301: CRAWFORDVILLE Lee Phillips

i Carlo, Georgia.Oct. "PEYTONPLACE" '
..! 31, Nov. 7, 14, 2}.
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BROS. ,e,
I .

Construction, Excavating Lt&, : : BIG WEEK-END .SPECIALS ,. ,
_-:
'\... .
and Land Clearing 117 0; ,

r ALL MEAT STEW. lb. ________ 59c tor .
.rea.
/" i,
Phone"222.9)65Night )
Day (rem :\ ,
-
tTlusi61/ NEK BONES, lb. __ 15c
: Phones 224.8801
224-4893: Great peace have they that FROSTY MORN PICNIC HAMS, lb. ---:..-40c '


WOOVILLE. FLORIDA love By Thy always law.Ps rememberingthat lms 119:165). EGGS, Medium Size, doz. 47c family security. '

k f'I'of God's law of love and .FRESH OKRA, lb. 15c
! justice governs all that con-
cerns us'we will remain calm ONIONS, 2 Ib. bag 15c .-
and poised in all situations ... Put your money in a savings account here,add to it regularly. ;

Dees ,Barber Shop we will not give way to panic; PAL PEANUT BUTTER,. 18 oz. jar __.' 39c and we'll keep adding interest. It's safe and dependable, C

2238 SoUtH Monroe and desperate measures. ,. FRESH SQUASH, lb. -____ lOc and your savings here are always worth one hundred centson

BOYS HAIRCUTS 1.00 the dollar, in all kinds of financial weather.
APPLE JUICE, 24 oz. bottle ---._ 23c
Open days a week, Frida)'
Start now and watch your money grow as your family grows. '
Till 8p.m. \
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,Four master serve you.barbers to .Penn Champ ANTI-FREEZE ________$1.59SUWANNEE'STORE ";


,
C '. DEE COOK. Owner A little more than half the ", Sx
has r ,
some
nation's population
form of eye trouble accordingto CRAWFORDVILLE, FLA. JA

the American Medical Asso- Mrs.Isabelle Forbes,Mgr.
ciation.

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TallahasseeDIRECTORY.Business Firms ,
I WISH I'D SAID vW

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4 6 Patornize These Advertisers. Communism is as won- k i77\ :a \
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I, derful as they claim it is, it /
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seems that they would take .
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\ F R M O. I. GRAMLING' down their iron curtain and. .
put in some picture windows. .
'
NNI
& CO. Little Folks Store i -Ernest Miskell, Minne- .
f' FEEDSFlint Inc. apolis (Minn.) Argus.

I t One-Stop Service for "The Capital's Minors"Children's "We spared the rod and gota .
Majors for
Feed Seed Fertilizer "
Furniture Toys beat generation anyway.S. .
:- River Mills Poultry Supplies Garnet, Hobbit E. Mekeel, Ovid (N. Y.) 'Y.

:. :2015 S. MonroePh., 223-0214 I Ik Garden ToolsSo. 133 N. Monroe Baby Accessories St. Ph. 222-1146 Gazette and Independent.

, \ "There are two. kinds of IJ 4Avi1jI
.Adams at SJLL.RJL
Crossing secrets: those that are not It i i

.. -Phone 223-0173 worth keeping and those t :;
t that are too good to keep." t w' i
F. : -
" I SUBER & JOHNSONSeedaFertilizerBabyChieks John W. :Moore, Plains ..

k I .(TeL) Record. :-:" ;"r .
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1'r Weight and RegularConcrete -,-
Light :
"The man who wakes up
, .
Block Farm $
SuppliesCor. '
"" famous has never been asleep.
Hanson, Wood and Gaines and Woodward S15.I -Lloyd S. Waters, Mountain
r Hoel,.Ind., Inc. Tel. 222-5960 Home (Ida.) News.

,' S. Adams"St. 4-Points ,Capital Stone Co. "The polite man of todayis .
P. 0. Box 661t'.Y
TeL 222-5840 one who offers a lady a
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t i Public Land Law I,I I private means exchange for use.of the federal The sale, FLORIDA facts J -UqILA; October COUMTt SI,JOnCftr.numdmr. 1963:5ii r tS ,jl( ;


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Since the federal ;. ,
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WASHINGTON-Legislation one-third of the total affecting'f KINDS OF FLYING AND "
to establish a Public Land Law
the United States- CRAWLING INSECT PESTS ..
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proper usage
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endorsed here '
by the National < I J. Association of Manufacturers.The portance to every in AMERICAN FARMER 6,500 _.
Baeder said. ARE OF MAJOR CONCERN.
proposed commission SPECIAL THURSDAY, FRIDAY" .
could make a great contribu- "If the proper urged THE 600 MOSTDESTRUCTIVE ',."r "
ment were given .so '
and SATURDAY'Fresh
tion to the economic growthof CAUSE
major portions of
the country, C. Stewart which CROP AND LIVESTOCK ,
could be
areas
Baeder of New York, NAM. inven- LOSSES OF $4 BILLION '
income-producing, state- ;- Grade A FRYERS (Ib. 29c
f vice president, told the Public private ownerships, ANNUALLY. 5.;" .
I Lands Subcommittee of the I'i

I. House Interior Committee. be to the a monumental economic T-BONE STEAK, lb. 69c
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f "We are hopeful to take "
I commission the should be to appraise proposed commission ." Despite These Odds..THE FARMER RIB and BRISKET STEW, lb. 39c
extent to which the
in mind the goal of TODAY PRODUCES MORE FROM LESS LAND
: present public land laws pro- '
the Constitutional BECAUSE OF EFFECTIVE INSECTICIDES PINK SALMON tall
vide practical, expeditious in decisions HIGHJ.Y can 49c
gress MANY MADE FROM PHOSPHATE

MINED IN FLORIDA. .

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Radio and Heater, Standard .4s\ SPECIAL ELECTION

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1959 RAMBLER Station Wagon, Heater, $595 : .,. : .. .
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1961 CHEVROLET, 2 door, Hardtop Impala, Power '. 'f ..>i'

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Heater, Automatic Transmission, 1,1-.;
AMENDMENTSMark -
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a cross (X) mark in the square at the TO ARTICLE IX .> .

1959 CHEVROLETV8,2DoorBelair. v $995 'RIGHT for the Amendment or against the A proposed amendment to Article IX of "

$. Radio and Heater,automatic, i. Amendment. the Constitution of the State of Florida by Ff;

Clean .________ adding a section to be numbered by the
No. 1CONSTITUTIONAL Secretary of State providing that the Out-

AMENDMENTTO door Recreational Development Council as

1957 FORD,V8 Station Wagon, Radio and $,2 9 5 ARTICLE IV, SECTIONS 2 and 20 created by the 1963 Legislature, may issue
r # Heater, Automatic Transmission, A revenue bonds, revenue certificates or other

Real Good Buy _._ .- A proposed amendment to Article IV, Sections evidences of indebtedness for outdoor recrea-

2 and 20 of the Constitution of the tion and natural resources conservation and
: State of Florida providing for the election related facilities; providing that the Legislature "
1961 FALCON 40 Station Wagon $;1 0 9 5- of the Governor, Secretary of State, Attor- shall designate the revenue or tax 'r.r \
.> Radio and Heater, Automatic, ney General, Comptroller, Treasurer, Super- sources to be deposited in or credited to the

: One Owner ,, intendent of Public Instruction and Commis- land acquisition trust fund for their payt.
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sioner of Agriculture at the 1964 general ment and may impose certain restrictions. -

election for a term of two years and there-
1959 FORD V8, 4 Door,Station $9'95''Vagon after commencing with the general electionof FOR THE AMENDMENT I F

Radio and Heater, Auto. of four and provid-
.' One 1966 for a term years =J
Owner
ing that the Governor elected at the'1964 AGAINST THE AMENDMENT I
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general election shall be eligible for re-elec-

'- tion to the office the next succeeding term. \ .. :'
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f'v Radio, Heater, Automatic : ;: the Constitution of the State of Florida by il- .
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and certain vocational technical schools -
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VISITING COUNTY DAY

e Shorthorn Show.....:....a........... 9:00: A.M. '
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:: Carcass Show.............:............. 8:00: P.M. '
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-Cherokee Hotel ... ............. ... ..2:00: p.m.
I. Banquet Outstanding Farm Family ......7:00: p.m. "
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