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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
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r VOLUME, NUMBER_ 12. | CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA 'Thanda,.. November 11. 1963 Price lOc Per Copy : .

lit v 4t Rev. Truman Gray F.P.R.A.Day Brown ReportsWorker Gwin .- .',


: Leaving County At Florida StatePublic Upswing Says

: On Oct. 7, 1963, The Rev. Truman Relations Day, Novembe TALLAHASSEE-State Industrial Pay Early

Gray resigned his pastronageat 7, at Florida State University wasa Commission Chairman Woriey And SaveJ.

Mt. Elon Baptist Church, St. rewarding and enlightening day Brown said today that Florida unemployment
Rt. Tallahassee Fla., after having in M. Gwin, Tax Collector states
p;_ for students and faculty as well as Septembed continued -
served this church for the past for speakers and the guests. The to drop for the third straight that the Tax Roll of Wakulla county

Note Off the Cuff thirteen years. During Rev. Gray's annual event, in its fourth year, month. has been grownig rapidly over]

by 'Keith Lee ministry at Mt. Elon he led the : October reports reveal ,the past few years.
was co-sporsared by the School of that the
church from half time to full time number Gwin said that in 1956 the
I of jobless number
Plans are Business at F. S. U. and the Tallahassee workers in Flor- r
continuing for the services. The field not having a ida dropped 5,300 from of tax bills sent out amounted]
Methodist Church l Hush-Puppy, chapter of August to
sponsored fish pastorium, a building program was the Florida Public Relations As a total of 102,300 in Septembed. to only about 1,500 while this year
fry for November 22, this is the promoted under his leadership. Now Brown said there between 3 and 4 thousand statements -
sociation. were other
night of the Crawf
ordville-Sopchop- the church has modern three bed- economic were mailed.
a plus signs in the
in
The theme Public Relations Septem
py football game, why not eat out ber He reported that at the close
also
room masonery pastorium. a smployment
I situation.
'. that night and then the the Space Age, was a well-chosen of
enjoy toot- business
: on November 12 around
new educational unit was build. Total nonfarm ,
the employment
which to
ball game, proceeds will be topic gave continuity of
usedto )After $26,000 dollars had been collected
coming to Mt. Elon Bro. 1,396,000 was
send MYF'ers to days scheduled events-In the morning a gain f 25,300 over
summer campat Gray enrolled in Baptist Bible In August and 37,600 since November 1st.
held which del above
Leesburg Word has a session was September _
been __ The
received that Rev. and Mrs. LutheStoics stitute, Graceville, Fla., and gradu- mainly with the profession of public 1962. And every major employment anticipated taxes for the
month
r of November
ated there in 1956. Bro. Gray has division except are expectedto
mining and
are the proud of Relations and its place in businessand con-
parents
f a exceed $80,000.
. been active in all associationalwork struction showed
boy, Lewis! Watson Stokes born. industry. Speakers included increases over ainn Gwin said that the
and served Vice Moderator taxes
as year areI
ago."Several
.0' $ov. 7 at WASH ,. The far away of Florida Association Howard B. Anderson, Executive ,coming( in fast this year and that I'
look seen in the of the one year. Director, Council of 100; Rollie factors strongly
male |the
eyes Roll is
|Mt. Elon Sunday School has been fluenced the current larger than in the past.
in, Hinton, Public Relations Director, upswing,
population the county just signifies All
I: taxes paid
Standard since 1956. Rev. Gray Brown said. "The during the months
Minute-Maid Charles A. Horn early maturityof
that hunting season is. almost ; Nof November
has accepted a call to the Pleasant citrus fruit in ; December, January,
here Understand that worth, American Hotel and Mote some sections qf and
Mayor
1 Valley Baptist Church, Tarpon the State [ February will enjoy a. discount
quickened
Albert Moore will be Hotel, Miami, Alan B. Fields, Presi the pace of
operating Springs, Fla. He wil begin his activity in starting with 4% in November -
canning and
Moore' Rollin Barber Shop out in dent of F. P. R A.; and as guest preserving down to 1
in
%
ministry there on Nov. 17th, wi thmoderator' Hunter plants andfresh fruit February.
the woods Mr. James of packing
the
during
hunting season his lovely wife Susie, and theiryoung houses. An contract Pay your taxes early and save
you can get a shave and a hair Hotel..and Restaurant in Tallahassee. construction is the motto of the Tax Collector'soffices
son Gary. The Gray's have which! moved sluggishly
of the morning session upward in
cu twhile on favorite Deer Highlight
your I two other sons, Laymon, who is August scored a better than usual throughout the state.
rand
stand, Albert has it fixed so that was a question answe
married and in military service in "
upturn September.
hold while he period conducted between the audience
you can your gun I He and his wife live in WashingtoD. Manufacturing
and the members. at 220,600 in Figures ReportedFor
clicks the sissors Rumors are panel
G. Haydon, who is in his second September was up 3,000 aboveAugust
that many Turkeys have already I Perhaps the most exciting speechof
year at Chipola Junior College atMarriana. ; construction at Social Security
been shot this year, according to. the day was delivered by Dick 119,100,
one hunter, he said that if we eouldl Fla. The Gray's re lifelong Pope. In his speech Mr. Pope spoke up 1,700; transportation-communi- 4,I Through the nation, over 760,000

do away with the Dove season we. residents of Wakulla County, mostly about his own Cypress Gar cation-public utilities at 110,900, up a people will receive social security

and we are sure that their many he revealed to the audi- 1,400; and wholesale and retail disability checks this '
might have a better Turkey bar- dens, but -month; And f
friends are going to miss them. trade at 364,900, up 3,600.Financeinsurancereal .the half-million
vest Can't understand anyone ence some plans for a Florida Ex or more dependents

mistaking a turkey for a Dove Mt. Eton Baptist Church hibit .at the New York World' etate, and Sopchoppy Homecoming Queen Pa toy Roberta and her escort Jimmy of these disabled workers,. will. also

It won't be long for you'll be.. Fair. He described a huge towe ervices held relatively steady overthe Henderson. j get their monthly payments. 77 tof

seeing the women folk doin all High School NewsBy which will be topped with a largt month. !I 4-H'ers ParticipateAt National Honor these people live in Wakulla Coon.

the chores that the men have been ANN MOOREd Florida orange. This twer will mart ty.

doin huntin season is just around Last week was a busy week a the main way into the fair groundsThe Sopchoppy Band North Fla. Fair Society NewsBy These figures were reported today -

the corner .. Topic of conservation C. H. S. as homecoming week always fourth annual Public Relations Dnny Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs.J. ANN MOORE by Walter Kehoe, social secur-

around the post-office is what will is. Most classes were busy Day held at Florida Stat BoostersThe B. Miller, exhibited his registered This year the Honor Society ity He district manager in Tallahassee.

be eaten at the huntin camps, understand planning their presentation in- University was the most outstand Sopchoppy Band Boosters i Duroc sow in the State 4-H Show voted to decorate the lunchroomfor expressed concern that many

one camp will have hot the parade, whit boas held Friday ing to date. Students and the public Club is sponsoring a Barbeque Sup- held in conjunction with the North the Homecoming Banquet. The people are not aware of the protection -

.. -- biscuits nwuahmt every meal.*....... afternoon..::The parade. was sponsored both',gained much from the speak per and Variety Show on Friday, Florida Fair. Danny's entry received Senior members composed a committee when provided by social security

With the changeable weather it'sa t _by the Student Council.:. Then is"ptesent- turn the guests Nov. 15, 1963. The Barbeque Sup- first place in 'it as class with for this and the Junior mem- disability strikes _.

good time to catch a cold and ev $S first prize for the beat float learned the feelings and ideas oi per will be served from 5:00: -8:00 a Blue Ribbon. bers were in charge of decoratingthe Kehoe explained that' waitingmore

the Flue, Dr. Head reports that went to the Junior Class. the,'students i nrespect to Public p.m. Plates will cost 50c for a This was the first showing of main bulletin board. The theme than 18 months after you

Flu shots are available at his office The climax to a successful Homecoming Relations in the Space Age. child's and $1.00 for adults. swine in Wakulla County's 4-H was "Harvest of Memories." are disabled before making a claim

and those interested should came Friday night when The supper will be followed bya program and the beginning of the' At the last meeting the group should can cost you money. "A claim
be
contact him, understand that.those. the Crawfordville Panthers defeatedthe New Gas Firm; Variety Show in the School au- swine program in the county. County -! decided to have a party for grades knows filed as soon as the person -

who have taken flu shots have Georgia Christain Generals -bya .ditorium at 8:00 p.m. During this Agent L. D. Taylor said that 4-8, Tuesday night, November 26, he will not be able to
dQ< kind "
found them very successful score of 45-0. Opens In County shaw the drawing for prizes of an there are several other boys interested 1963. A Thanksgiving theme will said any, "and I'm of work, Mr. Kehoe!

Crawfordville had its first street This week the Panthers play at A new business Is now going.electric blanket and 5 boxes as- in this project and he felt probably be carried out. people in the afraid that some

parade last Friday when the Band Chatahochee High. Game time. is in Wakulla county, a service for sorted shot will take place. the interest would grow. The group is working diligently Big Bend area lose
payments because
8:00: p.m. all the users of LP is invited to come enjoya Other Fair they have put
Floats, Scouts and others took part I gas. Everyone participation includedan on landscaping the school groundsat off a visit to "
in the Homecoming Festivities During halftime -ceremonies of The Wakulla LP Gas Inc. locally good old-fashioned Barbeque Supper 11th and 13th Placing in Farm this time.John He out office.

The Wakulla County New* the football game Friday nightMiss I'owned and operated has its plant plus*an evening's entertainmentand Judging. Team members were: tat to check urged with al Idisabled workers
the
wishes to apologize for the transposition Cynthia Gotten, daughter of facilities in Arran and a new tank help support the Sopchoppy Team John Taylor, Donald Taylor, office in Tallahassee social security

of the picture and theengegement Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cotten of St. I truck that will cover all of the High School Band. David Harvey, and Danny Miller. W. Vause, Sr. ther delay.A without fur-

announcement of Miss Marks was crowned Homecoming county 2nd Team-David Wilson, Tommy John W. Vause Sr., 86, died at

Beverly Ann Tully in last week's Queen. She was escorted by Mike Billy Moore and his father, W. Lilliston, Chuck Deal, and David Tallahassee Memorial Hospital af- ice will representative be from this of*

paper. Harvey. Her Court consited of G. Moore of St. Marks are the County Receives |Harvey. The boys judged classesin ter a long illness. He was born Jan: Crawfordville at the Courthouse in

Miss Margaret Kittrell, Junior candidate owners of the new gas business. swine, beef cattle, poultry, seed 28. 1877 in Wakulla County and the every tat Friday of

St. Marks escorted by Billy Porter Billy Moore is a graduate of Race Track Money oats, ear corn silage, and hay. lived on' the Blountstown Highwoy. month in at 9:30 LID.to assist
persons
Miss Karen Nazworth, Sophomore Crawfordville High School and has TALLAHASSEE he was a retired fanner. filing a claim or wanting

Asks ForFlorida candidate escorted by Tommy Lof- lived in the county all of his life. Ray E. Green-State said Comptroller Funeral) services were held at other information concerning soda]
today security
tin, and Miss Jo Ann Green. Fresh- He said that his truck will service checks for $35,00 from the racetrack Culler's Chapel at 2 pjn. Tuesdaywith matters.

PowerAt men candidate, escorted by Mike to the door of any customerin tax fund the Rev. Emmett Whaley
are being mailedto BIRTHANNOUNCEMENT
a regular meeting of the Harrell. i the county each of the 67 Counties. officiating. Burial was in Fort Braden Card of ThanksWe

Town Commissioners in St. Marks The "C-Notes. choral group Due to the fact .that there has This is the first payment of the I Cemetery. Grandsons' served as
motion chosen been a delay in getting his telephone pallbearers. extend our sincere thanks .
Tuesday Night a was passed from the C.H.S chorus this current fiscal period and is !,
$7,000 Luther StoV.esannounce
to negotiate with Florida Power year consists of Sondro Dykes, the following number.can be more than each The Rev. and Mrs. Surviving are two sons, John W. to our many friends for their

Corp. for a *0 year franchise. Laura Council, first Sopranos, Ann used for placing of orders for the same county receivedat the birth of a son, Lewis Vause Jr. and Frank Vause of comforting words and deeds duringour
payment period last
November
Commissioner W. G. Moore made Moore, Beverly Council, second Crawf ordvflle, Sopchoppy. and Panacea year. Watson, born Thursday, Tallahassee, a daughter Mrs. Freddie recent sorrow and loss of our

the motion an dit was seconded by Sopranos Anel Lila Strickland and call WA 6-3301 or after 6 The counties received a total of 7 in the Tallahassee Memorial Ho Harvey of Tallahassee, Seven son, husband and father, Richard
pan. call St. Marks 471 collect. pital. The Stokes family formerly grandchildren 11 Durant.
commissioner Walter Mock. Kathy Strickland, altos. Sandra I 2206,000 each last from the great .grandchildren
This action ended a long series o I Harper is accompanist for the All gas users are urged to place fund. year lived in Sopchoppy and now residein a brother Jack Vause of Captain and Mrs W. S. Schley

meetings! in which both the city : group. Alternates are Margaret their business with a locally owned Monticello, Florida, Tallahassee. Mrs Richard Durant and Family

of Tallahassee and Flprida Powe Kittrell, Annette Roberts, and Marilyn and operated firm. ( Z

submitted proposals in their attempts Atligood. I -->. -_ ____ I I ___

to gain the power franchiseThe Don't forget the Senior Class SCIENCE SKETCHES I i

__. city of Tallahassee, who owns play scheduled December 13. The !

a multi-million dollar power generating play is entitled "Tune in on Terror \.: c-
plant on the St. Mark ." ; -

River and have been selling powe i The Band is selling chances on a ;.

to both industry and private users, radio to be given away, Friday .

will now lose these customers in:night December 13 Contact any ,.

St. Marks. I band member for your chance, 1 ..

Several yean ago the city owned, REPAIRMEN working on combustible gas -
Methodist Clubs containers can light their welding torches wi -
power plant won a Supreme Court! ; .
Wakulla1county with no fear of explosion with a Cardox car- '' :
which prohibited I
ruling Plan_ Fish Fry bon dioxide purging technique.chemical .
from levying taxes on the The Crawfordville Methodist ( is pumped into the tank or pipeline to dis- i
Tallahassee owned operation. of the and _
Mona Club and the Ladies Guild place most explosive contents
Commissioner Moore during the: combine with the rest to form a safe, inert f
will have Fish November
a Fry on
discussion stated he did not under atmosphere.
22nd starting at 5 p-m. I
stand how Tallahassee could tax
The event will allow those who
ki-w--
St. Marks and in turn say St. .
plant to go to the Crawfordville-
Nl6HTDEPC
Marks could not tax Tallahassee.
Sopchoppy football game to en PDI ITS ;
_'It was brought out during the
joy a Mullet dinner on their way
meeting that St. Marks and Wa to the game.

kulla county both would realize Proceeds of the affair will be"" _
more revenue from an agreement need
to lend the MYF members
with Florida Power Corp. As well,
to summer camp at Leesburg. .
ao. having adequate service for the':I, The menu will consist of Mullet i

community. grits, slaw, hnshpuppies coffee 1

or tea.
Coat will be |LOO for adults and Z
Card Thanks EYEGLASSES for chickens increase TOOTH BANKS in which
60e for children. :
egg production, says Cali- healthy teeth will be stored : .I'J'
extend Clearance Morrison has been
thanks
We wish to our to
forma pouftryman Scanner. for transplantation is the : _'
:friends for their kind named chairman for the Fish Fry : ., :
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the many The molded plastic contact lenses, dream of Dr. Miklos Cserep- "h'iM:' "" '(,: .
thoughts and prayers during our and Othan Porter as vice-chair at three cents a pair, fit over the laM, D.D.S. of Washington, :_{ .: ..i;':' ': r "-ff!

time of distress.and recent loss of man. e- chicken's eyeballs, are held in D.C. For a transplant,he says, "i;. __ _
oar beloved father and husband The public is nrged to attend place by th lids. Purpose however the root structure of the donor -r' COME CN IN THE WATER13 FINE-, *' CHIDES ---

Dr. Robert ,Sajrre.'Mrs. and do away with home cookin on ,is not better vision bat worse. tooth must be only partially ; -:. PANCHO TO CITRUS CiUEEN, SHARON CONRAD
the Panther- With lenses chickens see to developed and no strain must ,
night of the big can ; '
i Gladys- Sayre and family I Yellow Jacket game. .eat and drink but not well enoughto be put on the new tooth for at ": PANCHO IS AN OUTSTANDING PERFORMER IN THE _.

fight with each other. least three weeks. PORPOISE STADIUM ::SHOWN AT KARINALAND ,OF FLORIDA.

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Z WAJLUIOtA' coUt lI --, ASF TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR I" C LAS S J. F.J,ED :.i ; "There are more men..lookn4foTatPosltion --; ..? :.... SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF degrees. 30 minutes East 14T7 feet
AND
IN FOR
FLORIDA. WAKULLA
'Tharsday, November 14, 1963 See. 194.16. F.S. [00%financed, completely finished ( .tb&iitPr* a ,{ COUNTY. IN CHANCERY to Qr the less POB.in the containing Eto of Section 23 acres 23. Twwn-more!

NOTICE' IS HEREBY GIVEN,. that I i* brick homes : MELVILLE J. BEEM and .,- -) "- ship 4 South. Range 2,West, as per deed
size.'Write
following any hl: Bd// '
I Richard lOink the bolder ot the job1anitEmoiAmenhIO0kIX1ZIfor Trooper DKOOTHY" CLEA.BEEM, : "*- recorded at page 100:oT Deed: Boot 99
l certificates has filed said't1l1cates cer Box''324 or phone 377-6838. a jobthanjfor worlc.7- his wife Saving and Excepting fw'm MM
for. tax deed to be Issued Plaintiffs
Tracts No 1 and 4. the following described -
I
._ _. thereon. The certificate numbers, and cano, Georgia. Fred ,W. _GrowlCEdgewalec: ,. y premises towttBegin :
years of issuance the description: of T. J, POSEY. et aI.. at the northeast corner of
Oct.
31, Nor. 1. 14. 2L NcJ. Bergen Citizen.
WAKULLA the property. and the names In which ( sagS... Defendants.NOTICE. Section 23. Township 4 South. Range
it was assessed are as follows: TO DEFENDANTS 2 West. and run South 3141 feet to a
Certificate No. 29 ORDER TO APPEAR point of beginning; from said point of
COUNTY NEWS Year of Issuance 1960 :, THE STATE OF'FLORIDA: beginning run thence West 364.3 feet to
Description of' Property LOT 11. TOT..J. Posey, unmarried vthose address a point thence run South a distance: .l
BLOCK "H-. Aqua de Vida Subdivision IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .1 ; : i. is 11711 Melton Road. care 410 feet thence East a distance of 34.3eet
Name In which assessed Capt. Redfern. Portgage. Indiana thence run North 410 feet to the
rl SECOND CIRCUIT OF .4.
Telephone WAlnut 6-3301 An of said property being in, the JUDICIAL Tommie L. Pasey and Edna Posey.his point of beginning
of State of Florida" FLORIDA, IN AND FOR WAKULLA : wife whose address
County WAKULLA. Minutes is Box GREETINGS:
A Unless such certificate or certificates COUNTY. IN CHANCERYNo. of. County 43. Schertz. Texas.H Melville J. Deem and Dorothy Glee
shall be redeemed according to law IN REPETITION 1243 day Posey and Nita K. Posey. Deem. his Wife. having filed in this
I the property described In such certificate : School Board his wife. whose address is 32VM Court their Sworn Cwaplrint herein
... c W-. or certificates win be sold to of BARNEY. HOLCOUE. i : .. Frankfort Avenue. Philadelphia. praying for a decree of Ibis Court esUb-
For '
,." $ :.' .the highest bidder at the court house ADOPTION of The Wakulla* Schoo Pennsylvania fishing. quieting and confirming their
Virginia K.iht1er; !. .;. ,Editot door on. the first Monday, In Month of TIMOTHY JACKSON TUCKER- minor. County John W. Posey and Thelma B. title to the above described real property
;t'f ;" DECEMBER. 1963. which is the. 2nd STATE MarIon Or Kenneth FLORIDA. TO Board met in Special Session November Posey. his wife whose address is removing clouds from their title.
!: day ,of ecember'. 1963 TUCKER- 1227 South Kootner Chicago, Illinois. for a decree holding such clouds null
; II. Dated this 29th day; of October. 1963 Address unknown. 5, 1963, |A 7:00: PJU. for ; and void. and praying for a perpetual
Moody Pearce You are hereby notified that a pett Dale Allen Momello and Paul InJunction against the defendants. and
I Clerk of Orcuit Court of lion by the above named Petition. has the purpose of appointing Pol Monicllv her h.a.:......" -. oust _.j- eich and every one of them herein-
at Crawfordville, Florida Wakulla County. Florida been filed for the adoption of tour! holders for the District Truste wJ3lu :- dress is 196 Boyd Avenue. Jersey 4x>\e named and described asserting
; Entered Oct. 31. Nov. 7-14-21 son. Timothy Marion Tucker. You' are sirm City. 4. New Jersey any title to or attempting to make any
} hereby required to file. (personally and Millage election.. The Chairman Emily P Tucker and B. F. Tucker conveyance of said real property hereta-

hr as second class matter. Subscrip I or by attorney). ,with the Clerk of saki Mr. Crum,, 'calleuithe meeting to' : her husband. whose address is 401 above described; and praying for a
Court your answer or objection to Greenwood Avenue. North Charleston. -
i THE ; decree of peaceable possession of said
I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
tion rate: |3.00 per year. SECUND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT INANU such adoption. and to serve a copy order with the f glowing 'members South CarolIna real property in the said plaintiff
.of your answer or objection on J. H.Hudson. Ella Burt. unmarried whuse ad- above
.. r'OR WAKULLA COUNTY.FLORIDA. .( Attorney at Law. P.O. Box present: Mr. Gowdy, Mr.: Paulk. dress is Route 1. Box 266. New is therefore mmed and for general retteft .

.I IN CHANCERY, CASE!66. Crawfordville. Florida.on or before Mr. Posey and Mr. Roddenberry. cJ' Waterford. OhiO; ORDERED that each and evenOM
:: NO. 1174 December 16. 1963. Herein fail notor ::: Frances Burt and Dwajne Burt. of the defendants above named and
THOMAS TRIPPLE 1-r. AGNES' TRIPLE.rr. Judgment by default will be,entered Moved by Mr. Paulk and seconded ik' her husband. whose address is designated described or referred to. Is
WALTER TRIPLETT, JR... her against,you. Route 1. Springfield Road. Colum- hereby
required to file his written de
.if You Need. ,1 husband. et als.fPlaintiffs Dated ; at Crawfordville. WakullaCounty. by Mr. Roddenberry:that the. ,Teachers biana. Ohio' fenses, to said Complaint as amended
,' Florida this 13th day of Noember. Salary Schedule l be amended Louise O N. Sheppard. a widow. In this rause and to serve a copy there
-va-- 1963. whose address is 1906 Tebeau
of upon the plaintiffs or upon their
Office Supplies OBEDIAH TRIPPLETT. CHARLES J.r. H. Hudson to include in the base salary schedule If you're tired, stop. Many Street. Apartment B. Wa>cross, attorney of record wbese name and
Business Machines DAVIS JOHN STAMPER and ROSS .0 Box 60. Georgia address is W. J, Oven. Jr. Box 9SS.
I HANNON. et als.. Crawfordville. Florida. the $350.00 instead of $300.00for drivers who are fatigued from Westorook Wright Walker and Gertrude Tallahassee. Florida. on or before the
Office FurnitureSee Defendants ttorney for all annual Contracts teachers, Walker his wife whose ad- 23th day of December 1963. or said
PlaintiffMoody hours of driving or
NOTICE Pearce work, long dress is 34 Fish Street. Manasquan I Complaint. as amended. will be taken
or Call TO: ERNEST FARMER Cleric Circuit Court. $100.00 plus the' $350.00 for al other reasons, weave over the New Jersey a* confessed and said cause proceed
1502 Lost Santa Barbra Wakulla County. Florida Ethel Carey and Fred Carey. her against each of said defendants accordingly -
WHALEYat Los Angeles California (Official Seal Affixed) continuing Contract teachers, and center line and crash into other husband whose address is 61 Pine .

RANEY MINNIE FARMER MITCHELL Nov. 14. 21. 28. Dec. 5. $200.00 for all Continuing Contract fall asleep and drive Tree Way. Belmar. New Jersey; WITNESS my hand as Clerk and the
& JOHN MITCHELL her husband. cars or S. W Maxwell if living, and if Seal of said Court at Crawfordvf&e
t 1228 Irving Street. N. W. teachers plus 10 years of service. off the roadway. To be safe, dead, his unknown heirs. devisees Wakulla County. Florida, this 7th day
and and all
legatee grantees. of
perSons November. 1963
JOE Washington.LOUIS D.FARMER C Voting for the motion was Mr. stop the car, rest, or take a claiming or to claim by. MOODY PEARCE .

CAPITAL OFFICEEQUIPMENT'CO. 1226 Irving Street. N. w. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Paulk, Mr. Roddenb rry, Mr. Posey, coffee break before continu- through.Maxwell;or under the said S. W. In and For As Clerk Wakulla of the Circuit Florida Court
County.
Washinrton D. C JtOAME- SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Mr. Gowdy and Mr. Crum. Glover Posey (if other than J. W By CAROLYN COOK
: ing.
LTCY McHUULEtt iae 3-3
FLORIDA IN AND FOR WAKULLA Posey). if living. and if dead his Carolyn Cook Clerk.
319 South Adams St. ... McMULLEN r-2.: COUNTY. IN CHANCERY Moved by Mr. Posey and seconded unknown heirs devisees, legatees ''CIRCUIT COURT SEAL Deputy)
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE. 2682 Hazelwood Street No. 1242 and grantees and all
persons
that the Nov 14 21 28. Dec 5
Detroit 6. Michigan IN RE: Petition of Emory Harold by Mr. Roddenberry claiming. or to claim by through.
FLORIDA H. FRANK MAlTHEWS Richardson and Myrtle A. Richardson following poll holders be appointedfor or under the said Glover Posey
,I 1121 Wisconsin Boulevard his wife. for adoption of Darleen I motel in the Frances E. Reynolds (itt other
Dayton. Ohio Anette Martinez and Steve Daniel the District Trustee Millage The first than Frances E. Alexander) if
_.' SOPIA OVELTON whose last .Allen Martinez. minors U. S. opened in 1926. There living and if dead. her unknown
1963 and
s election November 19
on ,
known address was Route 2. NOTICETO than 60,000 heirs devisees legatees and gran-
Box %73. Palmetto. Florida : Hector Martinez. whose last known the Board recommended the Millage are now more tee, and all persons claiming or
LENIOUS ALLEN address was 389-99th Street Niagara The word "veto" liteTalhrmeanB to claim by through. or under the
f Address Unknown Falls. New York. remain the same. s-td Frances E. Reynolds;
JAMES ,BELLAMY You are hereby notified that the "I forbid" If you JsUU Allen if living and if dead.
;Address Unknown above named petitioners have filed Voting for the motion was Mr. to get out and stay out her unknown heirs. devisees, legatees -
ELLO O. GOODMAN a petition in the above entitled court Posey Mr. Roddenberry Mr. Gow want and grantees and all persons
,
917 Stetson Avenue praying for the adoption of Darleen of debt "Act your wage. lUtming or to claim by. through
KIlleen. Texas Annette Martinez and Steve Daniel dy, Mr. Paulk and Mr. Cram is the or under the said Silla Allen; Hobbies are handy when you'remaking
ACME UNITED LIFE, INSURANCE Martinez. minors .and you are required and seconded The Statue of Liberty Fannie Guerry. if living and if Christmas gifts. If you
COMPANY to show cause why same should Moved by Mr. Gqwdy' largest statue ever made dead. her unknown heirs. devisees, haven't tried mosaic work now's

1112 Peachtree Street not be granted. by serving a copy of by Mr. Posey that Board adjourn three legatees and grantees and all per- the time to started. Ash trays,
Atlanta, Georgia your written defenses. if any. upon Florida is surrounded on son claiming ()r to claim by. get
AU unknown heirs of ELLA T. A. L. Porter. Crawfordville. Florida. sides by tooter, and no part of through or under the said Fannie hot dish tiles and spoon holders
HICKS. deceased. SAM TRIP- attorney for the petitioners and by Voting for the motion was Mr. Guerry; make welcome gifts and are easy
'LETT deceased. DAVE TRIP.IE.1r. filing the original thereof with the the state is more than 70 miles Tommie Lee Johnson if living to make. Your hobby shop has

deceased. D1CY TRIP- Clerk of the Circuit Court of Wakulla Gowdy, Mr. Posey, Mr. Paulk Mr. the salt water A and devisees if dead, legatees her unknown and heirs, mosaic kits with everythingyou'll
LETT deceased. WALTER TRIP- Countv on or before December 16. A. from grantees
LETT SR.. deceased. PEGGY T. D. 1963; otherwise a decree may be Roddenberry and Mr. Crum. Tahitian barbershop provides and all persons claiming or to need.
claim by. through or under the .
HENRY. deceased. JAMES D. entered granting said adoption Henry A. Crum, ChairmanC. rather than magazines said Tommie Lee Johnson; and. *
Witness The Honorable W. Mav Walker guitars
", TRIPLETT. deceased. HENRY The unknown If you're a model builder, your
heirs devisees legatees
one of the Judges of said court and L. Townsend Superintendent while
play
TRIPLETT. deceased. ANNA so customers can and grantees of each of the "want for Christmas" list is
the !eal thereof at Crawfordville.WaJailla .
L U C Y
HOWARD. deceased.
following named persons, each of be headed the Big
FARMER. deceased. 'MAUDE Countv. Florida. this 8th day waiting. whom is deceased and all likely to by
TRIPLETT ALLEN deceased,: of November. A D. 1463raooav. persons "Deuce" latest oneeighthalzecustom
,_ ... }. claiming or to claim by. throughor
LIZZIE MATTHEWS THOMAS fearce under them or any of them car kit by Monogram
deceased. and OLLIE TRIPLETT Clerk Circuit Court. hose names are as follows. twit Models, Inc. The"Deuce" is basedon
BELLAMY. deceased, if living Wakulla Countv. Florida Poll 'Workers for School Trustee :
Ford and be customized -
and if dead. their heirs legal representatives (Seal by Carolvn Cook. D. C.) Thomas J Posey. also known as the 1932 can
PANACEABARBER or assigns. Nov. 14, 21,. 28. Dec. 5 Thomas. or T. J, Posey); in your choice of three

You. your heirs and legal representatives Election Nov. 19 Little Posey.W different styles. It's loaded with

SHOP are hereby notified that a Bill of I I W Walker; chrome and has many unique features -
Complaint fcr partition of the follow.', "- Precinct 8 Ben Nelson
such doors that open
described to-wit Virginia Green as
log property. :
Lot 15. the West Half of Lot 6. and :1 ArronWakulla Isbella Mathers; lights that light and operating

On the West Half of Lot T. of Harts- The Stockholm :Mrs. Clayton Taff Clerk W. T Green; steering.
city .
Open Only field Survey. Wakulla County. Flor of S. W Mathers.L. ; aRolldon't
ida. capital of Sweden, is built on Mrs. J. Withers, Clerk Mrs. Ranna NazworthMrs. Wayne Lawhon throw! That's the

Tuesdays and Saturdays or has been'heirs filed against you. and you,! 12 islands connected by 42 Mrs. W. W. Branch John B. Laws porta Any tlons and ,all trustees persons beneficiariesand firms. cor- secret of good bowling. Use a
your or legal representatives
8:00 A.iI. to 8:00 P.M. .At the World's Helen Mrs. Pelt others claiming or to claim: swing that lets
are required to serve a copy of your bridges first Mrs. Turner Cager by. through or under any. each natural easy arm

REGULAR answer or pleadings to the Bill of Fair, held in England in 1851, Mrs. Thelma Jernigan 9 or all of the above named known the ball roll smoothly off your
Boys and Mens Complaint on the Plaintiffs attorney. ... defendants Throwing lead to
Charlton L. Pierce. 107i East Jefter-', the United States prize 2 fingers. may
Haircuts $1.00 won a NewportCrawfordville The respective wives of such of and too much speed,
jerkiness
Flat Tops $1.25BROWNING the son ,original Street. Tallahassee.answer or Florida.pleadings and In fur an exhibit of false teeth: Mrs. H. D. Langsdale, the and male the respective defendants widows as are of living such causing the ball to skid and lose

the Office of the Clerk of. the Circuit i i. A survey of New York :Mrs. Louise Forbes, Clerk Clerk' of the male defendants as are its effectiveness.
Court on or before the 6th of December
day dead
;
... A.D. 1963. If you fail to restaurant waiters shows that Mrs. Josph Green Mrs. Pat Petty The respective husbands of such a *

do so. Judgment by default will be men who escort blondes leave Mr., B. C. High ,.. ;1\Irs. Fred Ladd' : _' of the female 'defendants as are Monogram didn't stapjvith thf I I
entered against you,.for,the relief. demanded living; ;and ::
"' "Deuce" kit. The oneeighthsize -
in the BUI t of Complaint. I larger tips than those who escort Mrs. Katherine Mrs.: Marie Drake Any and all persons having or Big

4 BROS. DONE AND ORDERED at Crawford brunettes The Federal, Strickland 10Vereen claiming to have any right title, model has "grown" into a
ville. Florida this 5th day of No interest or estate adverse to the real car built by Darryl Starbird,
vember. A.D. 1963. Bureau of Engraving burns 3 title of the plaintiffs In or to the famous customizer and Mono-

Construction, Excavatingand Deputy Carolyn Clerk Cook of' Circuit Court some $SO million of wornout I Sopchoppy.1Ir.. Paul Miller, Clerk following part thereof described, situated land., lying or any and;! gram design consultant. The 1

Wakulla County., Florida currency in one day Mrs. Ruby Revell, Clerk Mr. Bert M. Thomas being in the County of Wakullaand grown-up version and its minia-
State
of
Land Clearing Nov. 7-14-21-28 Florida, more par ture prototype are touring the
Mrs. Elouis Strickland :Mr. Herman L. Langston ticularly described as follows, to- country for custom car shows

--- Mrs. June Roddenberry Mr. Kenneth E. Thomas witTRACT :NO.1: I and hobby shop exhibits. The Big I

Day Phone 222-9065 .'. :Mrs. Annie L. Simmons 11River Begin at the NE corner of Section "T," another Monogram big kit,
.
23 i South,
.Township 4 Range 2 West. last
Phones 224.8801 : 4 SinkSmith and run thence South 3141 feet to the got the same treatment year t
Night : Woodville Lumber Co. Mr. Alford Miller Clerk POB. From said POB run South 300 and is still creating excitement
224-4893 Creek feet thence run West 2311 feet thencerun wherever it goes. 1068

: T Mrs. Helen Kyle, Clerk Mr.. Cullen Duggar North 300 feet thence run East I
2311 feet to the POB. containing 18 It
WOOVILLE FLORIDA Mrs. Truman Gray :Mr. Paul Strickland acres. more or less in the SE''4i of Section -
Mrs. Audie Mr. C. J. Spears 23. :Township 4 South. Range 2 t
Langston
Lumber Building Supplies West as per deed recorded at pace .
Mrs. Myrtle Brown 13 87 of Deed Book 41. i
TRACT NO.2:
5 /. PanaceaSt. Commence at the NE corner of Section '

St. :Marks Richard Klink, Clerk 23 Township 4 South Range 2 Women Want
West. and run thence South.
.Barber "We Need And Appreciate! YourBusiness" Mrs. Birdie Coggins, Mr. Z. W. Revelle section line. the distance of 3141 along feet; Electric Range
Shop .
hence West the
Dees Clerk Mrs. Ottis L. Vause run distance of 1678.3
feet to a point which is the point of .

2238 South Monroe Mrs. Jack Ward '. Mr. C. B. Metcalf run beginning thence of West the land the herein distance described of 20.2; With Two OvensWhat's

Mrs. Luther Franklin 14Spring feet thence run North 14 degrees west
BOYS HAIRCUTS $1.00 l' Creek the distance of 347 feet: thence run
Mrs. J. R. Lynn North 89 degrees. 30 minutes East the the most popular type
week Friday 6 Mrs. Hannah Dykes distance of 266 feet; thence run South
Open 6.days a 6 degrees. 15 minutes East the distance of range today?
MedartMrs Clerk of 346 feet and/or to the point of beginning According to Mrs. Mary Ann
Till 8 and Price Guaranteed ': containing one find six tenths
p.m. Quality ; .. Lucille Whaley, Mrs. Lilia Ruth Porter 161) acres more or less. and lyingIn Kruce California kitchen de.

barbers to Clerk Mrs. Lee Nell Spears the E'j of Section 23. Township 4 signer, it's electric and has a
Four master South. Range 2 West, as per deed recorded -
Mrs. Porter controlled
Mrs. Fulton Colvin Ruby at page 10 of Deed Book 47. separate automatically
serve you. -
", Ross Hannon Owner: ,.' '*:* t, .; Mrs. Viola Tully TRACT Commence NO.3 at: the NE corner of Sec- oven-preferably a double with oven.her

_, ,' f"', Mrs. George Crum ion 23. Township 4 South. Range 2 Next most popular
.DEE COOK Owner : West and run thence South along section clients are the free-standing electric -
",' 7Ivan line, the distance of 3141 feet with built-in look.
thence run West the distance of 1678.3 ranges a
) feet to a point which is the point ofbeginning Mrs. Kruce who is the ownerof
Mr. G. D. Core, Clerk for the land herein described, Western Kitchens in Pomona
run thence East 42 feet. thence Northes'f'.1' .
I .' : Mr. D. B. Council <- to Boynton land thence North- says the new high-oven units with

Tallahassee Business FirmsDIRECTORY' r .: Mrs. Mollie Strickland C. -,< T' an iron pipe thence South 6 surface cooking elements flush
degrees and IS minutes East the distance -
J- Mrs. Amy Linzy of 346 feet and/or to the point of with the counter are especially
beginning containing one-fourth (''4; appreciated by families who rent.
: I of an acre mor or less. and lying and
I being in Section 23. Township 4 South.
: : Range 2 West as per deed recorded at _
page 12. of Deed Book 47
SPECIAL THURSDAY, FRIDAY TRACT NO. 4:
Begin at the NE corner of Section
- "-, : *t'" 23. Township 4 South. Range 2 West. ,
and SATURDAY'Fresh and run South 3411 feet to the POB ;
Patornize These Advertisers ': -':tI ; S From said POB run South 300 feet.
thence run West 2311 feet thence North !
300 feet thence run East 2311 feet to
+ the POB. containing 16 acre, more or
J't : r I Grade A FRYERS . .29e99c ess. in the SEU of Section 23. Township
4 South. Range 2 West. as
R"Z per
F ,"'."" M', O. I. GRAMLING ... deed recorded at page 382 of Deed

-- I 3 lb. roll Book 4LTRACT NO. 5:
Dandy SAUSAGE ; .
Oft Little Folks Store From the SW corner of that certain
& CO. tract of land conveyed to W. J, Boynton
FEEDS Inc. and Son. Inc. by R. M. Spears et ux.

One-Stop Service for The Capital's .1 TBONESTEAKIb.S..69CNEcKporiESib. by deed dated February 2. 1949. and
-
recorded at page 449 of Deed Book 32
Feed Seed Fertilizer .t.." 4 v ,: Majors for Minors' ; :. ':"> of the public records of Wakulla Coun
CkUdre't Furniture, Toy, : :: ty. Florida. run South 1181 feet to a
.
Flint River Mills Poultry Supplies Game...'Bobbin ;- : ., 19c point thence East 267,6 feet to a point
Accessories thence South 47 degrees and 45 minutes
2015 S Monroe Baby : -' East 4486 feet to a point on the
Ph. 223-0274. Garden ToolsSo. 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 FarmEVAPORATED ... north side of Lake Ellen. thence Southto
) '... j Spring the south boundary line of the Clover Mrs. Walter Sterling of Claremont -
: .j... Adams at S.A.L.R.R. t" Posey property in said lake thence
... :. Crossing MILK 3 :cans 39c North 85 degrees and O minutes East Calif., puts a party-sfaed
I x- i, ; along said property line to the SE corner casserole in the top section e-l
Phone 223-0173 I _jt -S. of Glover Posey's property and the leavingthe
her double electric oven
land
Southeast corner ot the tract of
i\ : New CANE SYRUP v .gal. 89c herein described thence North 7 degrees one below free for baking: a
and 43 minutes East 20,66 chains
JOHNSON electric
SUBER & ; '-, along the east boundary of the said pie and rolls. Her new
.b
: ;j Glover Posers property to a point. kitchen was designed by Mrs.
_Fertilizer Baby Chicks N A N A S .I Ib. lOc thence West to pCB: Said tract lies in
Light H:>*.a**;:*** Regular .-Seeds : Fresh B A the E>4 of Section 23. Township 4 South Mary Ann Kruce of Western .

,. coicieteBtocks; .. ,. Farm Supplies f ;' ; _: *- *.* -< Range 2 West. and contains XIA acres. Kitchens In Pomona.
< i' i : ., more or less as per deed recorded at
Hanson, Wood and Cor. Games and Woodward Sts. I .tl I 14t'J; >i ; page 303 of Deed Book 52. but be
t : : : TRACT NO. 6; They look buiK-m can
noel fed., Inc.S. TeL 2225960BakerAlford &-pbR From the NE corner of Section 23. taken along when the faafly
SHOP HER} YOUR Township 4 South. Range 2 West, run
Adas SU at 4-Points -, ,, South along the eastern boundary line moves she explains
Capital StoneCo.- .. .- .. ', _. SHELLS : 23 the distance of 114
222-5840 _P. O, Box ,661 1 -" SHOTGUN;:: _: of said Section Asked if women have acceptedautomaticitin
Tel. : r' I -.r-. ,_" .!;, feet. thence run North II degrees. their kitchen ap
..liiW" Since 1908 > minutes West 681 feet to the POB. From
; .
; .. '" 'r', : : ,- .. '' said PCB run North 89 degrees. 30 minutes pliances. Mrs. Kntce replied,
SeedFeedFertil |c ,., it'. ,;:, ;'10. 680.5 feet thence run South
MARBLE GRANITE : ft..1' '1. > ,_t .i. ,' ,-4.-.ti '.;"'f' fI 3 degrees West and 00 minutes East 1499 "Yes, certainly. For one thing
\ IJ'Yeager BRONZE feet to the north boundary line of that controls on the new electric

; : t.' Co. SHOP c ond/SAVE AT certain tract of land conveyed to Melville have been greatly simpiifiedthey're .
ranges
'MEMOjIALS : i : J. Deem by A. B. Tall et also by
R.i: ,_- deed dated June 10, 115%. and recorded easy to use.
.j Inc. ... \ .Cemetery Work of AU Typest Th. Pgzrtslio.&se"Anythifig on page 87 of Deed Book 41 of the "On and off oven timers are
for your Mto. trsck ;.> : 'KJOTT'S.fTOREr public records of Wakulla County. FlorIda

..r. l or ctor.-.Mso fe? yqur ?owac ..: -,' .. .. : : thence run South 89 degrees 30 particularly wanted by weaen
i J mt- :Jt : : \ ; minutes East along the north boundaryline who work or are socially active
I Insd4nff Bond lfiJlifi J lawnmow and '!;""tfOl] yu4'bo&L t.& "'- ,! "; 'j.-'! from
'I Ad.SStTel. f 4i4 1 ftJ1 I! 414&2e8')4 1 ai :w t t !. ....;.:;-. t. Taff to' a point which is South 00 degrees : and away ofte.t
21"4 S. .soJ t We5.Ye 'TOP"V'UE Stap4l.4 and 30 minutes West 1477 fee<
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[All ,MEAT STEW, lb. 59c. recently chemists have found the summer a Dutch physician j The biggest coin ever.made
that it will marry with fluorine. reports. He suspects a vitamin ;was Sweden's 24-inch long,
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HOME LOAN PAYMENT TABLE '
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PP p ing a major hurdle in the sciences ) I
a British expert reports. kTT0P1CS
About 40 percent of scientific
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and technical literature todayis /r-.i

L-" t than written EngUsh.in'German languages French.other ,'_ 8 ....., \\.d', ,. .. .. '-' "" t .... ,." ..., '- -", ?" ""'"" I
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TEETHING:
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TIME'
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r Teething, or .the cutting. of
the teem tnrougn the gums nas
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1d been ailments.held The responsible natural for teething'many : USEDTop CARS'Top :

process has been accused of .
A causing constipation diarrhea
coughs fevers and convulsions.
Teething is seldom to blame for
any of these ailments. Although Condition'F ;
: I sometimes uncomfortable. Quality
I
teething does not cause undue
trouble. ;
.
1
t' ai Baby's first teeth known as i
deciduous teeth usually appear "
'i'
between the sixth and eighth '1962 'nftDGE, 8 Cylinder! 2 door, ..... $1395 -
month of life. However many Radio and Heater, Standard '' '"
healthy children do not have Transmission, excellent o ._ ',
MW w i M Y.. their first teeth' until the tenthor : "'. u ;Y' ..
twelfth month. No one
knows just what determines the 1

time teeth.for Ordinarily appearance when of they baby's do .1959 RAMBLER Station Wagon, Heater rffljk .. ,. $5 9 5 'j :

not appear by the eighth or Real I Good Shape _.-_- ;
ninth month a suspicion of "
tf.f.' t 1 wrong feeding presents itself. I
Actually the teeth are already 1961 CHEVROLET, 2' door, Hardtop Inipala, Power I
formed in the jaw when the
[. r't baby is born. Steering, Power Brakes, Radio and S 1 7 9 5

Often the pressure of the Heater, Automatic Transmission, ,
t teeth on the gums causes dis A.Bargain ,- ., '. *
1 comfort. The appetite and '
: digestion may become upset
. and the baby may sleep poorly.A 1959 CHEVROLET V8, 2 Door Belair '. '. -" 995
teething ring or a hard crust Radio and Heater automatic
t '; t .x of bread to bite' on may afford ,
tf' 11 ty some relief to sore gums. dean -.,- ._j;:". ', .,#- t: "' f-_ '
Mothers often rub the gums & \ .!f.
gently to aid the teeth in coming <

! { tf Y2i through., the gums In extreme have to instances be- 1957 FORD V8 Station Wagon, Radio and'Heater ,.,\""," iJ; ;f...... : -k' .. $295
lanced. Automatic Transmission;A
i {+ *; A To have good teeth infants Real Good Buy .f" ....>' _-
( must have good and proper
diet. Milk eggs cod liver oil. -
.. : fruit vegetables and fish in
k :"fj proper balance will help make 1961 FALCON 40 Station Wagon ., $1 095
$ good strong healthy teeth. Radio and Heater, Automatic,' !. S';ry __ ,
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j t high In the Andes typifieathe destitution of millions,around the world. When you "se to cowa: *.'. .eparateir'with: great easy-fitting mix-
the abundant matenal kssings provided ,by our great country why not "G Thanks By match possibilities. The A-Une:
.GCTtetf' the still serviceable clothes; .shoes: and bedding you no longer use. tc the Catholic skid .'with' inverted stitched ALFORbCHEVROtETCO.
clothing brought to the nearest Catholic church ,
C!B4ftbop.: Thanksgiving:-Clothing Collection: ? Used pleats in front and back i*
during November will.fee shipped and distributed needy persons fa 67 countries. :: '.1 'teamed'with 'a;lonesleevedoverblouse. 1 ; i iJI if
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14 Thursday, November 14, 1963 :. NOTICE 1 Hours SOPCHOPPY NEWS
I.a & : Working
,.: All news Items must be in our
I 4 By LOUISE C. SAPP
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1> Office ,not later than 930 on Tuesday
'1'1:;. ,i, '., -r' :: ;.a...'. ,. .. morning' for publication Vary ,Widely For'mother-in-law Mrs. Hazel Crowson. Crowson and her Sr. i ,

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I : WANTED AT: ONCE Thursday. of Tallahassee spent Sunday' No-

Many, ReasonsThe vember 3, with Mrs. Crowson's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Mor-

Wear and TearA rison.
Walculla County man to sell used cars at a used I Mary Helene McDonald spent the
strong link between heart pattern of working hours
week-end in Tallahassee, with relatives
disease and the emotional currently prevailing continues to
i car lot to open in crawfo viI1e. Good opportunity stresses of dally life has been show a great variation as in the Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Crowson
reported by two London scientists YA
attended football at .'"
f. : An important source of past, whatever the uniformity and game ',;
; such stresses they find lies in and standardization that have developed F.S.U.
bad relationships between people elsewhere in the American i The Sopchoppy School Band
r.- ', and top? earnth s. Call 222-8303 Tallahassee who cant get away from economy. participated in the Homecoming ofCarwfordville's 1,"
.... -- each other. Data compiled by the U. 6. Department
j : football game, Fri-
of Labor show that the +
'. biggest single group of workers day, November 8. 73K
.-:- : : earns a livelihood on a 40-hour Mrs. Delma Robertsand daughter,
F <", .: : \\ week, and that the number has Miss, June Roberts Mr. and Mrs..

( ..' f r LJ.ff I :-' been increasing. However, the Delton Calvin, and Mr. and Mrs.

: majority of the working popular L. C: Sapp attended the football

'. tion still puts in shorter or longer game in Crawfordville Friday, No-
h. f THE hours, largely voluntary and re-
flecting such.factors as job respon- vember 8, between. Crawfordville <

f. : c.o: N V E \ E NC E' I sibilities and attachments, prefer- and Georgia Christainr.i Mrs. Sapp ..
relatives attending the Georgia
ences of individuals, special skills has ;;
r : \ in short supply, "or economic requirements Christain School.
i iT OF '
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:.. of a firm or industry.Of .I Sonny McDonald of Milton and i -t 2
, 'I _, interest is the I "'- -
f particular: a friend, Donnie. Hardy also of Milton -:; '.
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large and increasing group witha I the weekend with Sonny'sgrandparents
long work week, 49 hours or: spent
I Mr. and Mrf s. Archie
f : LEWIS STATE BANKDRIVEIN : more. The self-employed and the I
"moonlighters" make up a large ,Morrison.Mr. ,
; proportion. Long work weeks are and Mrs. Bob Davidson and A'd .

FP also frequent among those in the,I daughter, Trinka has returned home

managerial, professional and sales .and spending several
,Germany, are
classifications and craftsmen -
BAtflL/N'G. among
Davidson's
days with Mrs. parents,
and foremen, where both '
: re-j '
and Mrs. T. W. Beasley. Bob,
Mr.
.' sponsibility and skill are outStanding -
.
.1 : who has fifteen" years service with
:: MOM DOESTOO1'! : occupational characteristics. 'I
b will make
,>. .. The Full-Time WorkersA the United States Army,

: : .' special Labor Department. his headquarters with the Army

6 a'r study in May of this year shows: in San Francisco, California. Ann Tully
: that there were just over 27 Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Geiger and*

i million persons who put in a.family of Branford spend last
Engqgement
: ?: :; : full-time 40-hour week on their :weekend with Mrs. Geiger's par- I : let GoBY
.
? : : ; jobs during the survey period.)) Announced
[ c7t-::; r7 This group represented two out.ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Beasley.Mr. i
E Iila'
:: : ,: i of every five of the 67 million and Mrs. Robert Griffin !! Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Tully announce -
t w : persons then at work in all industries spent a few days in their Sopchoppy the engagement of their BOB BREWSTER

and it has grown by 6 mil-, home recently. Their guest were I daughter, Beverly Ann, to Walter -, )O.J..r re..r OstHer BlU.r.t ..
--j\- lion persons, or close to a third, Mr and Mrs. McCloud- Jacksonville I Lee Roberts son ,of Mr. and Mrs.
HUNTING CRUISECan't
r ,, : since 1948.Another. work schedule that I J. W. Roberts of Sopchoppy. find a place to hunt?
.. Mr Bobby Ellsbury of Ellsbury's 'Beverly is a graduate of the Then drag out your fishing boat.
'"' has shown a high'rate of growthis
,. -' that between 35 and 39 hours a Sporting Goods, Quitman,'Georgia, Crawfordville High School. She It can be as helpful as an Irish
r'.. week. Thenumber of persons transacted business' in Sopchoppy, was a member of the Student setter on a covey of quail.
While Is
the outboard Ind1 -
.'. '.- ... ,. here last May added up to more Friday November Council, National Honor Society pensible to most duck hunters
than 4 million, or about one out Mr. and Mrs Ralph Pigott are School Staff and Chorus. It has not been used to any

of every 16 workers, and it has the proud parents of a baby boy She is employed as an I.B.M. where near Its full potential In

increased by 1% millions since born November 11, at the Tallahassee ;operator for the Florida IndustrialCommission. other phases of gunning say
1948, or by four-fifths. The pro- the folks at Mercury outboards.As .
Memorial Hospital, weighing .
portion was highest among cleri- j a result sportsmen miss
.-" cal workers, and by industry was nine pounds and fourteen ounces. i Walter attended Sopchoppy many fine hunting opportuni

.. most prevalent in insurance, 'Mr. Braxton Barwick has been ,School and finished his High ties.Obtain
; ., 'finance and real estate. admitted to 'the Tallahassee Me- .School studies at Lively Technical a county map andyou'll

...''.. ... rl. ."d."".. '. ," The balance of the working morial Hospital. School in Tallahassee. He is now Observe see why.the location of roads

population. was made up of two gospel sing will be held at the employed by Winn-Dixie Co. in and you'll have an indication of
groups where the work-time CongregationalHoliness? Church Tallahas and is. training for a the regions generally hunted.
involved in their occupations Since the man seldom
average
Saturday night, Nov. 16, starting at Manager in the Produce Depart-
showed a wide degree of diver- ventures more than *a mile off
sity. The larger of these consistedof 7:30 PJH The public is cordilly ment.Wedding these access routes shade in
those who put ,in 41 hours a invited to attend and al Isingersare plans will be an this distance on both sides of

week or more, and'it added up to urged to come and bring their nounced later.. the marked roads. Invariably
i more than 22% million persons in instruments.The you'll find blank spaces along
May of this year, or a third of all streams which represent sections -
Holi-
Ladies Auxilary of the CRAWFORDVILLE of prime hunting lands.
those at work. Only a minoritygot
for overtime. ness Church are giving a Stanley Such areas exist almost every-
premium pay where, in of the
even some
November at the homeof
20, PERSONALSMr.
,.. Millions on Long Hours party most heavily populated states
Mrs. Annie Henderson. Everyone where shooting territory is ata
This with the longest
group Gibbs and
and Mrs. George
will 2:00 and .
hours has decreased over the past is invited. It begin at, premium.All
decade and a half numericallyand the proceeds will go to the church' children left Thursday night for you need to reach such
Raleigh, North Carolina, and returned spots are a boat and motor,
proportionally the drop fund.
building
enough water to float the rig
Open a savings account here,.and has been concentrated among Rev. and Mrs. Fred Combs of Monday night. and a well trained wife to pick

do all banking at those who worked a 48-hour Sanderson, Florida will be visiting Mr. and Mrs. Moody Pearce and you up at the end of the trip.
your a single.stopl I
..... week. Actually there were a mil the Holiness Church Sunday night, daughter Jerry attended the flor- Be careful caution the Mer-
:. :. lion more persons working 49 is the ida Clerck's Association Meeting cury folks, that you use your
: hours and more a 'week last May November 17. Rev. Combs rig primarily for transportation
;' Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
: :7/; :,: -- than there were in 1948, and their state moderator for the Congrega- not as a shooting platform.
t -- number of more than 13 million tional Churches of Florida. last week in Jacksonville. Though game laws vary, In
1 represented one in every five Mr. Julian Turner of Robbinson- Mr C. D. Peak is a patient at most states a boat and motor
workers. the Veterans Hospital in Lake City, combination is considered a vehicle -
filled'the pulpit of, the
ville, N. C.
and Is subject to the same
Part-timers putting in under 35 Florida.
Methodist Church Sunday evening.Mr regulations as your auto. Sinre
'. hours a week, mostly by prefer- Senator Luther Tucker and Fred the
real
Turner works as a Missionary pleasure of hunting Is
ence, made up the rest of the Indians in the Keightley attended the Florida- the stalk, beach the craft and
LEWIS: STATE BANK working population. They totaled I among the Cherokee Football Game in Jackson- hunt In the customary manner.
thru this Georgia
13 million persons May up almost Snowbird Mts. and comes Whatever your game, cruise
5 million o; 58 per cent area twice a. year. He collects ville last Saturday. hunting can be the answer. It's
since 1948. They consist mainlyof clothes and useful items for the Mr. Richard Bonyata and Mr. mainly for the guy who likes to

women and teen-agers, and Indians. He also brings handmade George Gibbs left Tuesday to attend get away from the crowd and
are most prominent in the trade made by the Cherokees, a Foresters Meeting in Ocala, if he's lucky haul in a heavy
5foriJa JIcLJf blankets
buck the
( easy way. Why not
and service industries.
S
Florida. wil Ireturn Friday.
for sale. The W.S.C.S. bought some They check your maps tonight?
their bazaar on No- Mrs. Eleanor Wooley has returned -
'....- ;- ;" for resale at
i# .t :, MEMBER F.D.I.C: vember 30th. Members of the Craw- to her home from the Tallahassee -
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''diU .. .c.' V". i- fordville Church came down Sundayvening. Memorial Hospital.Mr.
B. F. Page was transferredfrom
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c. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph -Brown visited the Tallahassee Hospital to .
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?; in Eastpoint Friday. Mrs. Brown the Emory University Hospital in //

_:. had a nice visit with Mrs. Annie Atlanta last week.

McLeod in Apalachicola. She Mrs. Bob Spears who was injured 'l 99 H

wanted to be remembered by her in an automobile accident

Sopchoppy friends. In the ,evening last week has been released from

: ,they enjoyed. the Jambalaya supper the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital ? ,
.
t $ given by the Carrabelle Hospital and is at her home in Medart. ,..,/,.
Auxiliary- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller of v

r Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Harms of Goldsboro, North Carolina are visiting '

rt' Riviera Beach are spending a few Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and sf'
Mrs. Annie Harms Mer. S. B. Forbes, Jr. .
visiting
days
t't Dr. and Mrs. Howard Spears and ;
and family.
t : Cane Grinding are in full twin". Hrs. Spears Mother from Denver, I /

., A superior'grade of syrup has always -Colorado, are visition Dr. Spears ,.
"f- i been produced in. this area family Mr. and Mrs. Curt Spears y' 11'VEATIIERPROOF
t # Ai ;.- ". '. and other relatives. ..A .
: and sells fast.Medart
: .1T j ':. .t'. Withei Miss Elaine Williams of Jamestown \roy goes swash-buckling- Cordu-in

: Tenn. sister of Mrs. E. G.
; News this smartly styled water-re-
Tmk lammick has returned to Craw- pellent coat worn by Mi&s
; 4 Mrs John Pigott America 1983 Jacquelyn
By 'ordville, after spending a few days
:! A of Mount Dora l1a'er.1th a zip-in lining
Dallas Gray at her home. Miss Williams is hereto and Everglaze's Minicare finish -
b- visited his mother, Mrs. Annie Gray be with her sister who
.. :. is ill at it's ready for fair or foul
;: r.II! ,! over the weekenL he Tallahassee Memorial Hospital weather. By Weatherbee.
,:' "t Mra. Bob Spears returned to her .

"ff ',. : .. home, Sunday, from the Tallahassee -
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accident Wednesday November 6.

Mr. and Mrs. Noah Posey and

\ daughter of Mount Dora visited
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16-INCH PORTABLE TV '. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Posey over
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.. -.,.;, the weekend.Mr. TO THE CITIZENS OF

:,. .. ESCORT and Mrs. C. C. Council and: '.
i : cr and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pigott
tiI' ,.. ". ;' son WAKULLA COUNTY
: were guests of the Steve Pigpt's.

,' .:;, ;. ,over the weekend. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCEDRY
: ;Bantan ; "
Z- eight Portability.Big-Screen.Bl .Mrs. Nannie Poser .end' Mrs.
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&e.TiiHy's :' Jessie Carter are still- patient in,
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: }(' & { '.' : .' the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.. CLEANING AND LAUNDRY

(i Miss Judy Linton of Atlanta has-

.v. ,. ..,...'j1tir-' .fl -,'-r : ::- ... been visiting her parents, Mr. and: MAY BE LEFT AT

Mrs. A. L. Linton for a few days*
_. !t w'.. ..,. Bernard Pigott of Sopehoppy
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f k' .' '! ; .. . Mrs. John Pigott last Saturday '

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