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: February 11, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA Thursday rebuar111. ions S23Z'7' Prics I hoc Per_ _Copy

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By 'Keith Lee'The

Tampa, Fla. Extracts ofa grim reaper took away
'p common milkweed, used one of Wakullacountys

I for centuries In widely scat- staunchest supports Monday
tered areas of the world to morning when Bobby Russ

treat warts and cancer, have passed on to the great beyond I

I been tested by scientists at .. Bobbywho had been
the University of Wisconsin.In critically ill for the past few I

test tube experiments, months leaves a monument
I dM the extracts destroyed cultured long to be remembered. It
: :
A human cancer cells. was his Initial effort and con-

The office of the Florida stant work that brought mtc

Division of the American. being active work on the Old

REV. PICKERN Cancer Society, Tampa Fort In St. Marks Bobby I
PANACEA PASTOR made the announcement this and his colleague, Senator e

m. week. The information was Luther Tucker, establishedthe
The Rev. A. V. Pickem, given in a report issued from Wakulla County Develop-

Jr. a former resident of Tal- Madison, Wisconsin byt ment Authority.. Together
lahassee, arrived In Panacea Professor S. Morris Kupchan, they spent tireless hours in

last week to assume pastorateof Dr. John R. Knox and John the interest of the county's I
the First Baptist Church in E. Kelsey of Wisconsin's Department commercial fishing industry

Panacea. of Pharmaceutical .. Recreational facilities I

The Rev. Mr. Pickern Chemistry, and Dr. J. A. got favorable statewide pub-

comes back to Florida from SaenzRenauldof the Depart licity from their efforts .. .

__ Madison, Ind. where he has ment of Biology, University Senator Tucker was the instigator -
CORNERSTONE LAYING CEREMONIES WERE HELD LAST SATURDAY AT THE MASOMC'TEMPLE been pastor of the Calvary of Costa Rica. of the "Friends of i

THAT IS BEING BUILT IN CRAWFORDVILLE NORTH OF THE WOMAN'S CLUB. Baptist Church for a year anda The milkweed knowi Bobby Russ Fund", which did

half. Moving to Panacea scientifically A sole pia : so much for him and his family i

with him are his wife, the curassavica, is popularllcalled and which was handledso ( I Ir
IfI i former Mary Haygood of Ma- C il In some successfully by W. Bill

k, I t Ire i con, Ca. and 10-year old parts of the world. It has Ballentine, Seargent of Arms

I L i k son, Mark. been used against unwanted of the House. ... .. .. .. EX-LEGISLATOR BOBBY

I 'r The Pickems also have a20year growths in Costa Rica, Mex- .. .. Bobby never was tot RUSS DIES AT 43
I old son, Timothy ico, India and elsewhere.The .
busy to stop and talk with hii
I who is a second-year studentat Wisconsin group, which Funeral services for former
friends and neighbors. Ever
I Louisiana for several has been State Russ 43
College in Pine- years those on the side Rep. Bobby ,
ville, La. testing extracts of a wide var- politically ha opposite d admiratlot who died Monday at Talla-
A graduate of Mercer University iety of plants for anti-cancer hassee Memorial Hospitalwere
for him .. He served a,
in Macon, and the activity, managed to obtain Speaker Pro-Tern during the conducted at 11:00 A.

New Orleans Baptist Theolo- the active principle of the I I"cancerillo 1963 legislative session an M. Wednesday at the First

gical Seminary, Rev. Pickern pure crystal- served his first term in l95< Baptist Church with the Rev.S. .
was ordained to the ministry line form and to work out its .. Bobby was known am A. Coxwell, pastor, and
by the Lake Ellen Baptist molecular structure. The liked the Rev. Carlton Tucker of-
by his legislative associates
F. Church at M dart. He was anti-cancer molecule closely throughout the state ficiating.
pastor of the First Baptist resembled the heart-stimulating Burial was in Aaron Ceme-
He and his family were active
Church in Perry from 1945 to cosldesobtainec i members of the First Baptist tery at Crawfordville.
1947, and served as pastor in from plant families whict Church of Crawfordville Russ, who lived in Craw-

Capitola, FLv In 1936. yield digitalis.The he was an active Mason and i fordville, had been a pulp-
Forfiveyeart, the Rev. and pure extract of the director of the Wakulla County wood dealer the past 20years.
"cancerillo" also called He is survived the widow
Mrs. Pickern served as home Chamber of Commerce. by ,
missionaries of the Southern calotropin was extracted Survivors include his wife NellAlvIs Russ;three daugh-

Baptist Convention, working from roots, leaves, flowers, Nell, and three daughters, ters, Cindy and Ginger, at

with the French speaking Indiana and stems of the milkweed.The Janet, Ginger and Cindy .. home, and Mrs. Murray Mc-
of the Louisiana Delta, purification was accom- Along with Bobby's desire foi laughlin of Tallahassee;
and 2-1/2 yeti with the Te- plished in seven steps, each a bigger and better Wakulla mother, Mrs. Haygood Russ
wa Indians of Northern New of which involved separating was his Interest in of Wakulla; brother, George
JACKIE STRICKLAND, CENTER, CELEBRATED HER 16TH BIRTHDAY JANUARY 30TH WITH A Mexico. substances in a series of solutions youth and education in our Russ of Crawfordville; and

PARTY GIVEN BY HER PARENTS, MR. AND MRS. BILL STRICKLAND AT THE CRAWFORDVILLE D\D'ingthattime, they par- county .. He Introduced in three sisters, Mrs. Ross Han-
WOMAN'S CLUB. SHOWN WITH HER IS HER ESCORT, MEL JOHNSON, OF CARRABELLE, AND ticipated In Schools of Missions I The kind of milkweed stud- the House a bill calling foi non and Mrs. Floyd Fogle of

OTHER RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. in Tallahassee, and ied is a showy plant whichdisplayswhite vocational training schools Tallahassee, and Mrs. Rich-
spoke in local churches.The ard Fewell of Woodville.
pink, orange and a companion bill was introduced -
MEETING HELD ON CRAWFORDVILLE RALPH NORMAN RETIRES pastor is a brother of purple and green flowers.It by Senator Tucket Active pallbearerswerei
STORM DAMAGE'A PERSONALSMiss FROM FLORIDA POWER Mrs. N. R. Doke and Mrs. was named after the in the Senate, both wen J. K. Moore, Gilbert Cow-
Homer Lovett of Monticello Greek dy, Charles Moore, Neton
poet, Aesculapius, passed and enacted into law
Jean Thomas of Mont- both of whom work at Talla- whose descendants disting- .. It his Jernigan, Sanford Cook, Har-
national Insurance-Indus Forty of continuous was through effort
Ala. the years hassee Memorial uished themselves old Blanton. Honorary pallbearers -
try sponsored plan to provid gomery, spent service with Florida Power Hospital. as practi- that the first oyster rehabilitation -
weekend here with her There will be were B. C.
par a reception at tioners of the healing art. High,
insurance project was in
coverage Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Corporation were ended with the Woman's Club for Henry Parrish, J. B. Laws
and related natural disaste. ents, the retirement on January 31 the During the last six years, Wakulla County One ,
Thomas. Pickems Sunday afternoon the has Max Davis, Willie Oaks,
victims has been presented tc of Ralph W. Norman man- Kupchan group does not have to look far to
from 2t30 to 5t30. Hostesses several thousand Charlie Tucker, Jim Harper.
I for
plants results of his
see efforts
the U. S. Senate to
by a agerofthe company's Northern -
repre- Mrs. Al Bevis drove to Cad- Both active and
will be Mrs. Irene Vause possible anti-cancer honorary
activity his ..
sentative of State Treasurer- division serve people Bobbywas
sden Ala. with friends headquarteredat '
Mrs. May Brown, Mrs. Ada Over one hundred have pro- always interested in athletics were deacons of
Insurance Commissioner Bro- Monticello. -
Monday and returned Tues- Wooley, Mrs. Vivian Barnett duced extracts which killed and will always the First Baptist Church.
ward Williams.' Norman a native of West everyone -
and Mrs. Lottie Witt. human Relatives of Mrs. Russ
oranimalcancer cellsIn mberwhen he attending -
re stoodon
Eugene J. Gallagher, representing day.Mrs. Virginia, was employed in
funeral from
test tubes without out-
Williams, met this Ronnie Thomas made 1925 by the old Florida Public great the sideline on crutchesto of-town
normal Included her father
damage to cells.
weekwithU. S. Senator Har Service Company (a watch the Yellow Jacketsand ,
the Dean's List at FSU. Mr. predecessor Mr.
Extracts which kill Robert A. Alvis Sr.
WilliamsN.J.( ), authorof of Florida Power RACE TRACK FUNDS cancer Panthers play football. ,
and Mrs. Thomas lived in Linden
cells in test tubes become Ala, Mr. and Mrs.
a Senate-passed bill authorizing Crawfordville before movingto Corporation). He was made BEING MAILED Bobby, we salute you, and Robert A. Alvis
candidates for
testing against Jr. Birmingham -
a Housing and Home Tallahassee. line foreman in DeLand la in the words of a Texas Methodist
transplanted cancers in mice. Ala., Mr. and Mrs.
Finance Administration studyon 1932. Norman transferred to Tallahassee State Comp- lay leader, "Life is W.
troller Ray E. Green said today but in the hardest Kenneth Henry, Mont-
the same subject.Commissioner Mrs. Fred Kelghtley return Orlando asa line patrol fore-
hua2'b gomery, Ala.; Mrs. Eugene
Williams edhome last Friday after being man and was promoted to engineer checks for $31,000 are will not let us Parker
serves as Chairman of the called to Bowling Green, there In 1942. In 1943 being mailed to each of the WOMEN IN POVERTY TOO down". and Jackson, Ala.; Mr.
share'ofthe Mrs. C. C. Pritchett
National Association of Insurance Ky. due to the illness of her he transferred to A palachlcola 67 counties as their Thomaston ,Jr.,
Commissioners Flood mother. and two years later was February race track tax Atlanta Ca. Feb. 8- Ala.; Mrs. C.
Insurance Committee. named Northern division en- fund distribution. Special "Over i4 million SS CHANCES C. Sclvley, Jr., Birming-

Attending the conferencewith Mrs. Inez Walker returned gineer. Norman also servedas The comptroller reported women 16 years of age 01 TOLD BY KEHOE ham, Ala.; and Mrs. j. C.

Gallagher were Com- home last Friday from Talla- assistant division manager each county has received a more are living in in Seipel, Tallahassee.
mittee Co-chairman CharlesR. hassee Memorial Hospital. and acting division manager totalof$102,000 thus far this the United States, Miss Di- Even without considering

Howell, Commissioner of prior being appointed division fiscal year. This is a $10, anne McKaig,regional direc- possible changes in the Social

Insurance from New Jersey, Mr. C. L. Townsend returned manager in 1957. 000 increase over the same tor of the U. S. Departmentof Security Act, social security
Thomas J. Finley, Jr. Philadelphia hpme last Sunday fromTallahassee Long active in community period during the previous fiscal Labor's Women's Bureau beneflclarleswlll increase In BUSINESS COUNTY HAS 63

Chairman of the Memorial Hos affairs, Norman is a memberof year. said here. This Is 40 per number during 1965, accord- FIRMS

National Industry Flood Insurance pital. the Masonic Order, past cent of the 35 million persons Ing to Walter Kehoe, district There is
Committee, and C. president of Kiwanis, is a reported to be living In pov- manager of the Tallahassee a total of 63 businesses -

Otis Shaver, Committee Mr. Alton McLaughlin of member of the Monticello BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT, erty throughout the nation. Social Security Office. The' in Wakulla County,
member. Medartis a patient at Tallahassee Methodist Church and a "These women are well acquainted number of adults and children according to statistics released -

Senator Williams was told Memorial Hospital.Mr. member of the church boardof Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bowen with the kind of depressing in the Big Ben area receiving by F. B. Harrison, district

thatresults of a two-year industry stewards, and is very Interested (Nannie Ruth Durrance), Me- j impoverished exis- I monthly social secur- manager, of the Jacksonvilleoffice
ssudy of ways and and Mrs. Thomas in Boy Scout activi- dart, announce the birth of I Ia tence which is touching the ity benefits has Increased a- Inc. of Dun C Bradstreet,

means to provide adequate Crawford are in Georgia due ties. daughter, Dana Ruth Bowen conscience of A Miss bout 896 each year for the. pas This total is based on a
Insurance coverage for flood to the death of Mrs. Craw- on January 24 at the I McKaig said. About 10.5 3 or 4 years. physical 1965 count of the January

and related natural disaster ford's father. MEN IN SERVICE Tallahassee Memorial Hospi- million live in families with Kehoe said, that In the set Bradstreet edition of the Dun C

victimswillbe placed before tal. She weighed 8 pounds, incomes under$3,000 a year, en Florida Counties served by Mr. Reference Book.

the National Association of THANKS Ipswich: England Staff 4-1/2 ounces. Other children including 6.7 million wives the Tallahassee Office, thereare Harrison noted that in

Insurance Commissioners at a CARD Sergeant Joseph C. McKenzie in the family are David, living with their husbands, now 14,074 persons, including January Inc.. sent, Dun C Bradstreet,

New York meeting in June. son of Mr. and Mrs. Wat- 13; Johnny, 12; Nancy To- 2.3 more family heads children receiving requests for financial -
The family of Elder Sam- tle E. McKenzie of wanda, 8; Denton, 6; Dar- some one half million 16 ant social security benefits, am- three statements to almost
uel A. McKenzie appreciatesthe w. rell, 4; and Charita LaVeme, 17-year old daughters wh< ounting to $736,000 per in the million businesses listed

TAG OFFICE many kind expressions of ty at Bentwaters RAF Station, 1-1/2. Mrs. W. C. Dur- live at home, and about l.< month. He reminds every- These Reference Book.
sympathy from our many England. rance is her maternal grand- million other women wh one these figures include statements are essen-
OPEN SATURDAYSTax friends during our days of sor mother. live with relatives. three types of benefits those tial to the credit reports issued -
Sergeant McKenzie, an all by the business
62 or over and their information
"Recent Women's B age fans-
ure a i
Collector J. M. Cwln row.To the many friends whc policeman, previously servecat data also show that 3.5 flies, disabled workers and' agency. The requestsare
of the said that Manzano Base, N. M. Hi) mil sent to all
county today Joined with us in our sorrow lion who their families, and survivorsof businesses regardless -
his office would be new unit Is part of the U. S F.H.A. NEWS women, not live of
open every and to the many people whose in a family! deceased workers. In Wa size, from the cormillion-
Saturday morning until lives were touched by his passing Air Forces in Europe (USAFE By Alice Green less than$1,500 group a receive" the kulla County 625 persons receive -, ner g r o c e ry to the
which the
March 20. provide major at- dollar
I He said that he we, the family of Sam- contribution for defense of the In F. H.A. this week we ordered Women'sBureauofficial stated social security benefits manufacturer.REPRESENTATIVE .
was taking our
uel.McKenzle $31 765
express pins. We ordered spin totalling per month.
this measure so that those who NATO countries.
work outside the eternal gratitude.DR. The sergeant attended Sop- for everyone in F.H.A According to statistics, wo A representative from the)
county We took the men who live Tallahassee Social Security
out in
money o
poverty- AND
would be able to choppy High School. His
purchase the treasure for the those Office will be at the Courthouse
pins. particularly whore- -
their auto tags prior to the wife, Patricia, is the daughter SENATOR TO HOLD MEET
We discussed main In Crawfordville
how you coula Impoverished include
deadline. of Mr. and MK. Johna-
I BOYETTE CHANCES earn a certificate In F. H.A. those who are poorly educated 2nd Friday of every month at State Senator
E. Clemens George
' Cwin Tap-
urged to High
everyone get OFFICE HOURS HEREDr. We also discussed and unskilled 9i30 A.M. to assist
I' Fla.EDITORS money elderly 01 personsin and State
their tags before the usual Springs, per Representative'Ernest
making We have infirm, members filing a claim or
seasonal rush that takes place project. a minor wanting Roddenberry will meet
the last few days before the James Boyette In announced office NOTE already given a dance and ity group, and residents of an other Information concerning with the citizens of Wakulla
deadline. today a change plan to give another one later economically declining social security matters. County In the Court Room in

Tag sales so far have been hours. andFriday Due to the in the school year. We community. Crawfordville for the purposeof
New hours are Tuesday growing cost ofP'Oductlon plan to have a talent show /o
equal or abothe number Si30 discussing legislation
Ii30 P.M. to ,
told.in the same length of P.M. has found it necessary newspaper becauseof the elementary grades.A which they might be interested -
time a be in the of There are two kinds of In. The meeting is scheduled -
year ago. Dr. Boyette will not amount minutes of Children begin by loving
Wednesday the Board of voters. Those who will vote to tan at 7i30 P.M.
the office on Monday, County Commissioners man seldom makes the their parent; as they grow '
and Thursday. to run them In seg same mistake twice. Gener older they judge them; sometimes for your candidate and a lot I on 1965.w Wednesday. February 17,

I week.ments. Watch for more. next ally it'i three times or more. they forgive them. I of Ignorant prejudiced fools. r

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H. Harvey, William B. Hud-
.- MINUTES OF THE WAKULLA Alvin Lee Linry, Ross

A. Miller, Grady
'Thursday. Febuary n. hJ965 WAKULLA COUNTY FLORIDA Jr., John
Amazing new liquid pljstlc ,
!f Hornet Acreage February 1, 1965 Mathers, Lannie G. Mathers,
coating used on all types of, .
surfaces interior or exterior., Waterfront lots IN PROBATE NO. 281. The Board of County Com- Flavey Mathers, Gale Levey TOPICS I

Eliminates waxing when ap-1!) IN REi Estate ofRUDOLPH missioners of Wakulla Countymet Mathers, Hugh McCallister, \
Lionel \
WAKULLACOUNTY plied on Asphalt Tile, Vinyl, HENRY WILLIAMS POOLE, this date in Crawford- Ford W. McCallister '
Maurice Ra-
Linoleum, Vinyl Asbestos, REALTY BROKER ville with the following presents W. Pearce,
NEWS Hard Wood, and Furniture. Phone 741 P. O. Box 275 Deceased. Willard Carter, Chair- ker, Andrew B. Spears, T. A Service of YOUr Doctor nl Medicine
NOTICE TO CREDITORS[ E. Sto- Your Loral) Med" .l SIM"rly mid tl,,;
Completely eliminates paint-I St. Marks, Florida man; George Young, Vice- D. Sparkman, Jose Florid M".IK.I A.MKI.II,
AND CLAIMANTSYou D. Wal- Carl F. Mose
when Hey,
WAlnut 1-3101 ing applied to Wood, I Chairman
Telephone Metal, or Concrete surfaces. and each of you are ker, Ralph Strickland and Strickland, James W. Stokely STROKES:

This finish is also recommended I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO hereby notified and requiredto John L. Davis, MembersjCommissioners Jim I m leE. Strickland REHABILITATION

mobiles. which you or eitherof Pearce, Clerk;]J. IL Hudson, B. Spears,Jimmy Spears,
VirrinU KlghllrI << EdifoiTublixhtr' hereby given under you may have against the County Attorney; Came Pelt, William D. Snyder, LarryW. Ideally, the disabled person
,I NO COMPETITIONAs the provisions of Section estate of RUDOLPH POOLE, Road Superintendent; and W. Strickland, Eugene Tucker who has suffered a stroke should

I frail hdehtley these arc exclusive: formulas I 608.36, Florida Statutes, the deceased, late of said County R. Taff, Sheriff. John E. Whiddon, Jr., be started promptly on the roadto

In demand by all busi- corporation listed below, the to the County Judge of The minutes of the last Charles H. Carter, James however rehabilitation. Unfortunately,

Entered nt Crtwfordvllle, Florida nesses, industry and homes. same being Incorporated under Wakulla County, Florida, at meeting were read: and lpo" Wesley Cooper, Joseph C. ,who there have arc l been thousands disabled of
No franchise fee. Minimum the. laws of Florida, and his office in the Court House, proved.Mr. Duggar, Jr. Cullen Duggar. for by strokes which
.K"nlul I class matter SuWrip years oc-
ni investment $7,000. Investment according to the records of Crawfordville,Florida,within Strickland moved and (continued next week.) curred long ago Many of them

lion rot' $300 per year Is secured by inventory. the Secretary of State, such six ((6)) calendar months it was so ordered that the people are lying in beds or sitting -

Factory trained corporation appears delinquent from the date of the first Clerk write to the Jefferson helplessly in chairs unaldc

personnel will help set up for three ((3)) years or publication of this notice. County Board of Commissioners to pet about, unable to care for

your business.For more in the filing of reports Each claim or demand must and request that they allow 1Hf N their own simplest needs

complete details and and payment of taxes under be in writing and must state Dr. Smith to move to Even among those patients,

descriptive literature write i the provisions of Section the place of residence and Tallahassee.Mr. who have been disabled, for

CHEM-PLASTICS & PAINT ,I 608.33, Florida Statutes, and post office i address of the Strickland moved and NflSSCIFI1Cfll1ODhTtllI n months or years;is a result of

CORP. 1828 Locust, St. '' that under the provisions of claimant, and must be sworn Mr. Walker seconded that the least strokes the majority can l he at ;,

Lout 3, Mo. I said Section 608.36, Florida to by the claimant, his agent, Clerk the phone com- partially rehabilitated-can ,
request be trained to Ret about to
has care
14t-11/23. Statutes, corporation or his attorney or the same pany to install private line S f for their own bladder and bowel

been classedassubject to will become void accordingto to Sheriff's home. (The needs, and to perform activities
dissolution and that three ((3)) law. Such creditor or
Mr. Ira Allen of daily living Some'can
clerk phoned even
months after date of this pub- claimant must at the time of Southeastern Telephone be taught to do gainful work

lication such corporation listed of the filing of the same deliver and he advised The rehabilitation of most
below has not in the mean- a copy of such claim Company persons who have had strokescan

HELP WANTED MALE OR time filed Its reports due and tothe County Judge In compliance that he would immediatelycheck if this could be accomplished with tin

FEMALE paid the taxes due under the with Chapter 61- and see help of the family and the family -

START A RAWLEICH BUSi i provisions of Section 608.33,'' 394, Laws of Florida for not be done at once). i physician Physicians today
the Accurate :
If You Need. INESS. Real opportunity now : Florida Statutes, will be cer- 1961. Mr. Davis moved that have the knowledge and training i '

for permanent, profitablework I tified to the Governor of the This 19th day of Novem- Panacea Air Strip be tem- required to rehabilitate the

e OfficeSuppliesKusinefis: in Franklin Co. or Tay- State of Florida, who will issue ber, 1964. porarily shut down. Complete majority of patients who haw I
I stroke
failed with Mr. had
The motion ;
e Machine- lor Co. Write Rawleigh, FA t a Proclamation at that Poole ands
/ / Marlon
s Some
Strickland and patients
Walker Mr. may require
e Office I Furniture B 220 29, Memphis) Tenn. time dissolving said corpora- Charles Poole the Chairman, voting NO. News more extensive rehabilitation facilities -

See or (all 5t2111,25.311,25.41.bOR tion. Admiiistrators of Mr. Davis moved that the Many general hospitalsand

Wakulla County the Estate of RUDOLPH Panacea Air Strip project be Coverage clinic are conducting total

RANEY WHALEYat Name Pioneer Industries, POOLE, deceased. abandoned until October 31st, rehabilitation programs for patients -
Inc. HUNTER AND HUNTER who have had stokes or
The motion failed. other disabling conditions, Such
Principal Place of Business
SALEi Jeeps $68.50, Attorneys for Administrators Motion by Mr. Young to table programs are planned l by teamsof
CAPITAL OFFICE Crawfordvlllc. 1909 Street
Boats $6.18, Typewriters Tyler air strip discussion until experts in medicine
EQUIPMENT CO. $4.15, Airplanes $72.20 It is further directed that a Hollywood, Florida next meeting was carried on IOSTONtOJ I psychiatry, social work,surgery nursing:

3lt South Adami St. Autos, Farm Tractors, and copy of this notice be published 1/ the second of Mr. Davis. ANGtUS.lONOONI and vocattonalrehabilitation.

Corner E Ptnmroli many others too numerous to one time In the Wakulla To determine what rch ihilita.
Motion to Cut Labor & }loursThe
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA mention. Direct from U. S. County News, a newspaper tion facilities your community

Government, For complete published in Craw fordv ille. NOTICE TO BIDDERS motion of Mr. Young has, consult your physician or
directory where to buy in your Florida, in which county the tocut labor and truck drivers local medical society It is important -

state, send $1.00, or $1.75 : home office of the above list- Notice is hereby given that to 8 hours per day and 8 men 1 T.e $14 < MomKtSll II I to remember that it is

for National Directory, to ; ed corporation is shown to be the Board of County Commissioners was carried on the second of } Months $, never too late to make rehaljili
Surplus P. O. Box located.IN Commissioner DaVis. CH. Ota XractiMMntmum ...< tation available to persons who
Blakclag ,
I Wakulla
County The Chairman and Mr. H w,ltk ,... fk>ck .f have suffered a stroke
223 Memphis. Tenn. 38101. t WITNESS WHEREOF, I will receive sealed bids at the .*...., Nor t*:
have hereunto set my hand office of the Clerk of the Cir- Strickland voting NO. Til. Chew i." ...... MMitMOn.
The motion of Mr. Walkerto N y SiwMIM <
and caused the Great Seal of
cuit Court In Crawfordville M.... Oil ISPI
the State of Florida, to be affixed until OOo'clockA.M.. and give labor and truck drivers -
2 weeks notice before I
at Tallahassee, the then publicly opened and read
Capital, this the 5th day of aloud for the furnishing and discharge was carried with '

FOR SALEi 2 Hollywood 1 February A. D. 1965. installing in a neat and Mr.The Strickland motion of voting Mr. Strick-NO. NOTiCE -

(SEAL) TOM ADAMS workmanlike manner the
l Beds Complete, 1 springs and land to keep all labor and
mattress for double bed, 1 SECRETARY OF STATE following fixtures Locatedin truck drivers at 8 hours per ECIALS I IKI. SAT., MON. AND'FUES..
combination radio and record I' lt-2/H. the Wakulla County Jail
day, (d) 1.25 and operators 8
player, 2 occasional chairs, Upstairs Section: hours at $1.50 per hour fail-
1. Flush Valves for all exIsting -
1 Zenith radio. Call WA6- SPECIALSSHIFT
ed for the lack of a second.Mr. .
closets with all necessary -
-- 3041. BOARD OF
Young moved and Mr.
and washers.
OF spuds Davis seconded that the Board
TANK i I 2. Push button lavatory
SlmnCf}.. faucets: for all existing lavatories pay operators per PREMIIK 12 OZ
HELP WANTED FEMALE February 1, 1965 complete with drainage month and labor $1.25 per

(lean t Interviewer wanted for part- List of Warrants Drawn On fittings. hour, was ordered by the
Chairman to be voided for the FRANKS 39 ;
time telephone survey GENERAL FUND 3. Shower heads with new

,Repair Give phone number and Willard Carter. $179.32; heads and concealed mixing reason that a majority did

New Installation county. Prefer private line. 'I Ralph Strickland. .. 183.00; valves for all existing showers not vote. Mr. Strickland

.The Best For Less! Not a selling job. Air mail George Young 160.92; complete with new floor voted against the motion.Mr. .
Walker moved that all
letter including education, John Davis 160.92; William drains with C.D. Lead pans
' Telephone work experience and namesof D. Walker .. 160.92; with a finish tile base and discussion relative to labor be Fresh Grade "A" FRYERS 29c

Tallahassee/ 877-177 references toi American Moody Pearce .. 400.00; bottom. tabled until a special meet-

iller GO: )(O Research Bureau, Field Staff Emmett C. Ferrell, Jr. 4. All above work to be Installed ing for such could be set up.
p.m.CLARE'S The Motion of Mr.
Department, Beltsvillc 351.21; J J. M. Gwin .. with new trim of Installation Youngto

Maryland 382.28; Newman Harper .. type equalor better put operators on 8 hours T-BONE STEAK 69c
188.00; Sheryl Fer r e 11 .. than original installation was carried on the second of

169. 75; Margaret W. High' 5. All above fixtures shall Mr. Davis. I

.. 169.75J. H. Hudson. .. be provided with individual Mr. Davis moved that the

Dees Barber ShopFOUR 94.00; Johnie Limbaugh. .. gate valves where each fix- Board request the Game Com- HAM HOCKS 35Cllndy
mission put a boat ramp at
184.75; Dorothy E. Nazworth ture can be shut off for repair -
... 92.37; Lois P. Willis. .. independent to others. the end of Access Street and

SHOP 184.75; W. May Walker. .. 6. Each and all bidders River Ben Subdivision. The 29C

POINTS 4.62; Hugh M. Taylor .. shall visit the site and make motion was carried on the 303 can 2 For

4.62; Ben C. Willis.. 4.62; a personal inspection of the second of Mr. Young.
.. BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 Guyte P. McCord, Jr. .. situation and make himself The motion of Mr. Davisto CORN

EARLY AMLIIKAN 4. William D. Hopkins .. familiarwith working condi have newspaper publish
IKENUI PK0VINHIAI OPEN TIL 62i'6; Hany Morrison .. tions and existing fixtures and forwhat purpose warrants are -- -------

\IC1ORIAN 800P.M. FRIDAYS 4.62; Ivey C. Cox ... 5.55; equipment. Issued was carried unani TUMP 303 CAN 0 2 FOR

FURNITURE Helen Bosenberg ... 12.95; 7. Each bidder will be required mously.On .

R. W. Ervin, III. .. 25.00; to furnish performancebond. the motion of Commissioner 19C
Phone 385-1222 GR\DW WIIITFIELDHtROLD U. R. Lawhon .. 120.77; Walker and the secondof GREENS

1901 N. Monro St. BALES'BOB CHRISTIE N. S. Brown .. 120.77; The Board reserves the rightto Commissioner Stricklandthe
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA George L. Harper.. 550.- reject any or all bids and Board authorized the
DEE: TOOK, Owner 00; Mrs. George Nesmith .. to award to the best interestsof Chairman and the Clerk to BORDENS INSTANT:\ 3 OZ

100.00;Jimmie B. Dykes. .. Wakulla County.DONEANDORDERED. try and get heat problem at 89t
60.00. in the Health Unit Building cor- COFFEE

(continued next week.) open session this 1st day of rected. .
\ February 1965.Willard The Board prepared the following
List For Circuit
Carter, Jury DELVE 2 FOR
Chairman, Board of Court.
TaKahaaMt ttualness Firms County Commissioners, For District No. 1: RolandH.

Wakulla County. Alford, ,Thomas George OLEO 39C
Core Wilford J. Davis Jimmy -

O. Helms, Nalton H.

DIRECTORYPatornlt Jernigan, George NeSmith,

Rutherford George E. Russ
Sealed Bids for the sale of '
These AdvertUert Silas O. Raker, Bennie H. SHRIMP
the following items of used 1.29
Rogers, J. D. Turner, Eu-
equipment will be receivedby
gene J. Weatherington, Ray
the Wakulla County Boardof mond Brown, Austin H. lam- BREADED 44 0{. '
Public Instruction the

F R M Little Folks Store, O. 'I. GRAMLING Wakulla County Courthouse at bert Hugh, Hugh D. Langdale D. Langdale, Sr.,,Jr.Joseph -, SHRIMP 99CESTICKS

Capital'sFEEDS Crawfordville, Florida, at M. Ladd, Frank P.. Ra-
i "The & 10:00A.M., C.S.T. Mon-
fJ! Major for Minor. I CO. day, March 15, 1965. benau, Thurston F. Edwards
Otis Lee Langston, Herman
Children Furniture
4 11
Item School
Came hobbies\ On-Stop Service for 1949 Chevrolet Bus (No. 3)) Lee Langston, Paul James 49t
Baby Aecttiontt passenger Miller Robert P. Miller
FeedSeed Fertilizer ,
Flint River Mills 133 N. Mona St: Ph.' 222-1146 Item 2> School Bus(No. 22)) Cene Evans: Miller, Arlington -

Lois S..M........ ,pll. 221-0274 -- -- _._-::-.- ....: Poultry Supplies 1954 Ford, 60 passenger. D. Alford Carl E. An- I BREADED 1 OZOYSTERS .
Item 3: Pickup 1950 Chevrolet -
: Harold T. Blount
Garden Tools thony, ,
Maurice L. Barren J. S.
So. Adams at S.A.L.R.R.CroMing Item 4t Pickup Frame and Cogdill, Ernest Cutchins, 49C

-,- --- SUBER & JOHNSON 1 Body Only 1950 Chevrolet.Thisequipmentwillbe sold. Daniel G. Cameron, CharlesE. UtVUED

f Deal 1. Franklin I
I Phone 2230173Capital "as is" and "where is". ,
Seeds-Fertiliser-B by'Chick L. H. Franklin, Henry P. CRAB
Prospective bidden may in- s u box 99c
Giddens Jack Gentry Jr.
; Farm Supplies said items at the School
Light Wngkt and Regular tpect Alford W. Huff, Alex A.Hobbs .

Concrete Block j Cor. Gaines and Woodward SU Bus garage, Crawfordville, William A. Lynn, FISH ROE 1,111. 99c
Florida school between
day -
Hanson, Wood'and Tel. 222-6960 8:00 A.M. and 5:00 W. W. Mock, Jr., KennethR.
.. Mock W. G. Moore
Hoel Ind., Inc. P.M. Bids should be plainly .
William L. R. P. .
S Adam. St -Polnts' Stone Co.. marked as such and reach the Oliver, Elmer E. Oliver, T. BANANAS :'

I Tel. 222-5840 P. O. Box 661 Since 1908 Board 15,1965.not later than March J. Posey, J. O. Pope, A. 1. . 2lbs,29cSHOP

Pope, W. J. Roberts, Ola B.
MARBLE GRANITE Upon notification success Sessions, Charles C. Shellds,

B&ANZC f id bidders will be required t' Craven C. Whaley,Jim Ward,
In full for items and re HERE FOR
pay Earl H. Webster.For YOUR SEER
.- Baker-Alford Co.MEMORIALS \ move same from premise
District No. 2: Clar- FEED
Yeafler', OnutM-y Work tf AU Tffn within one week. ence L. Allen, James C.i! ANin FERTILIZER
"TM PAm H.-
The Board the _
SOS W. GfjBM St- T.i. 223-0719 reserves rightto Beggs, Jim H. Brown Curtis
Inc Anything for your auto truck reject any or all bids. ; Lee Benton, Cecil Ott Carra- Support? Local
or tractor. Also for JOAU"power'1 WtJUr F. Budun; Men Merchants-
Signed William E. Whaley{ way, John Q. Coleman, Amos -
lawnmower, and much for -
;'lanrPM'awd BO'IU I boat. your Supt. of Pub. Instruction.: Green, Asa B. Green,
E. L. Glover Richard
Sit 8.'A' .m.. St_Tel. 222-4880 208 N. Adam St. Ph. m.a380or Gowdy, Gilbert Gowdy Canard Shop and Save

.. Cowdy, Barrie clover, at .

f Carl G. Cowdy, James K.

Green, Lester Harrell, Wil- PIGOTT'S STORE

liam S. Kindle Charles W. .
Hall Max J. Hall Hayward MEDART .
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WAKDLLA NEW$ 3' -- --- ---.

ThirsMy, Febuary 11V __! I '
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.0 I I Congress Is Urged To a

r. ire. i c ,";(. Business Improvement,
r. .i. +
The National Association policies which will remove the
I RAIL IG'S of Manufacturers has urged barriers to economic growthin
Ii Congress to adopt economic the productive, private sector
I PLANTING policies that would encour- of the economy," the NAM ;
GUIDE FOR B age American industry to expand I
i its investment in job- major objective,
VEGETABLE I creating: activities. according the association,
I i: GARDENSstyx. This in turn, the NAM should be more widespreaduse
said, would provide a practical of the proven principles
I .
... solution for the employ- of voluntary cooperation-
.INCI/It. ....
;: -
Cref ,... ment problems of ,
.. Appalachia
11- self-help
0. Dy programs are
I a.ar .... ...... :,
1 > well for other
__._ '""'" M/aeaaraiarr 1M IlYOref I as as lagging: accomplishing excellent re-
\ I regions. suits in many parts of the
SnaP 1
8esns. lb.
I 2.7 1'-.2 M.rAp. T 45 SUO I I In a statement filed with country.
Auq..5.pt the Senate Committee on Rather than turning to j
I.Pole 1 Ib _40.48 15.1 t j'.2 T 10 6US I .. ..... Public Works, the Association massive government spending I
Beans, "'. 1 lb. 2:812.15-1j-.r.-1un. T > recommended economy in fed- programs, the NAM said the j
IJ Beets I 0:. U.24 50 6So7S l'> :" ," eral spending: and further tax nation should seek wider application '
3 5 1L '
1 '
y7' Seot. Mar. T 75 60-70 I ,,. reduction to improve business of practical,. work-
Bl'OCcoll 60 mOil p't.' 30.36 16.22 Y! 1. Aup.-F.b. H 50 60-70 ,Jl'r j incentives and increase funds Able retraining and reeducation
I I available for private invest programs and community '
Cabbap. 65 pits. 24.36 ment.
14 24 K Sept.-Feb. H 123 70-90 self-help projects that individual
I f4! 01.1 I I Bouncing In the waves or .wtretthln lazily In the sand the active "In dealing: with the problems companies and communities ti
Carrots Vz or. 16.24 1.3 1 4 StOt.oM". H lOa 70.75 II beach bunny will be ready foi light.heaited summer fun In this of poverty throughoutthe are using every day ,i
.shaker knit blouson 8\\1 I1ISI1 II. country the need is for to solve local problems.i .
I cauliflower C4 55! pi24.30 01.) 20.24 Yt Jan..Feb. H 10 5560I I Knitted In three coordinate tones, (lie pebbly textured top Intumblml I
-- All;-Ott.c. I smoothly over solid maillot Mietih shorts and sparked with '
..,., 150 pin. 24.36 6.10 rYl Jn..Ma H 150 1131234 I H saucy bow at the hi 1111 ne. Hobble Hiookn designs It In Oilon and
(' OZ.j stretch nylon to hold Its shape and give (lasting wear. I
I ,
B Chi"," c.bbag. Il.4 pits.oz ) 24.36 8.12 /4. Oct .J,". H 100 75-15 II

Collards l plts. 24.30 U.18 V Feb..Mar, H ISO 50.554 I
oz 1 Sept.Nov. yq/ .

&I Corn, Sweet Y. lb. 4.42 12.18 1i, ;;;:AD,. T 15 10.8S I

Cucumbers I o!:. 48-60)5.24) LS s: Feb.Apr7 100 SO."

11 fogo..nt! i ptts. 36.42 36-43V3 Feb..Apr. T 200 80434 I
ox )

11 Endive lor. 18.24 8.12 3 Fcb.-Mar. H 75 90.9S. I (
,. Sant. c\

Kohl (Ubl Vi 01. 24.30 3.' V* M.r..Apr. H 100 30-55 .
Oct.-Nov. I/ (i
Uttuc 3b ei. 12-18 12-18 $, Feb Mar H 75 SO-IO I

_.___ Sept ..
Muskmelons I ex 70-80 48-60 si Mir,-Apr. T 150 75-90 .
C nt toupe>

Mustard 1 ox. 1424 4.& Vi Jan.Mar. H 100 40-45
Sept -Mjy t-t 11 its time for a

Okr. 2 ex.Q 2440 1824 1.2 #*>.May T 70 53-53 :

Onions Ili! lb. ten 12.24 3.4 V jln'.M.r. H 100 100-130 r
1 ox seed Aufl.-N** ,

II P,rlev 1 ei 1220 8.12"i* Feb.-Mar. H 40 90-95 I s i ELECTRIC WATER HEATER

Peas English _.'ID 24 36 2-3 '.2 J.".Feb. H 40 50-55 I

B Pear Southern 1 Vi ''b30.36 23 ).2 'Mar-M T 80 7080 ,!* 4 After you and the children have your showers does

Pepper tweet) 60 pllt 2036 18.24 'h Feb Apr T SO 70.80 I the hot water run out for Mom This leads to cold
hot) V4 et r shoulders and icy looks and finally a freeze-out)

Potatoes. Irish 15 Ib. 36-42 12-15 48 Jan .Feb. H 150 80-95 I % But warm family relations are speedily restored bya
II 75 120140Rtdith new quick recovery electric water heater
4854 18.24 Ma..Jllfle T I
ot"OflSwe.t 80 pit
I with an ever ready supply of hot water for baths,
I 1 ox 12-18 1.2 Oct-Mjr H 40 2025 I II 1w clothes washer, and dishwasher You can

Spiruch 2 0:. 14.11 3.5 'A Oct:Nov. H 40 40.43 \ ( avoid such a crisis by switching now
And you could save up to $60

Spinach, Summer 2 ofSquaih : .30-36 18.24. ai Mar..*pc. T AO 53.63 I

2-- 42.48 42.48 15 M.r..Apr. T ISO 4560Auo. .
I .. Summer SWITCH NOW AND SAVE *25-OR *60w!
I Strawberry 100-pltj' ::40i 1C. ;--:: Sept.Oct H SO 70-110 I r If you switch from a flame type water heater to atameless
( electric water heater, as a customer
Tomatoes 35 pin I ,... of Florida Power 'II be
C'' ) 40.60 36.40 Vi Feb.Aug, T 125 7585 .r 1 Corporation you given an
I 4 Of installation allowance of $25 if your appliance dealer
Ol 70 pin ox ) 3648122T 1824 .i Feb-Auo T 200 7585Auq I a or plumbing contractor receives your order between
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II Turnips, 1 ot. ; p3.3, Ian:Apr, H ISO 40-50 February 1st and March 31 st. But that not alll
I Watermelon "2 01. 90.120 6084 2 M..Apr. T 400 80.100 Switch during February March from flam type to Ao/n.less.Lctrk...

I WATER HEATER and save) . $25
I -M.ny w. ataae .t as4 eaea/ly/ 'ra.alii. riiaauf, friary 1-- will M .bland. r USM .sR RANGE I OVEN and save $23

BOTH and save . . .$60
Complete Li,.. of
3; Feeds Garden Tools- fertiliier Seeds 'Ins.cticid.eO. .
iU" n7Trs ''W\o. U i1IIIll

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ADAMS ST.-PHONE 223-0173
i n7awa. .rr.a wwlloa'00 r"/fIC tOYIM1

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Jane Fonda Alain Delon FAIL SAFE

needs .CHEAPER BETTER and and
can. serve your SEND ME NO FLOWERS I

FASTER than out-of-town Printers. Give. us a call when

need jof .kind I
I you, Printing.- any I n 1

: s,.., 1P P. D",. 6fWAKULLACOUNTrNEW tMM WELCOME SAVINGS District NO RESULTS Committee The complains House

The General Accounting Of that although more than $100(
fice's $321 million recovery of million of taxpayers' funds
$ wasted federal fund in 1964 baa gone Into urban renewal j
may teem small in view of projects In the city of WashInjton -
: l massive expenditures, but it in 14 years, not a
amounted to more than $5I I single low-Income or public
per U. S. family. housing unit has been provided j

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.T'hlure0av, Frbuary Birthday
We had a Paramcdici meet
I Ii ing and decided to elect new

i I officers.President, Pam Bit ntoni Kroehler Week
I Vice President, Sandra We- SALE !
therln&tonj; Secretary, Heidi
Rutherford; Treasurer, Julia
If you've ever bought furniture during KroeMer pencils to help make these unbelievably low prices \
NEWSBy are now in Week you know why we're calling it"The Wonder- possible. And Krochler.has gone qll oud-u only I
Fullest Week of the Year." This year, this big event the world' largest'furniture maker
Louise C. Sapp 40th of is bigger than ever before The Kroehler can go-to
our year help bring you quality furniture at the best prices
Lawrence Roberts and family Center has produced some of the handsomest fill'this town will see in
many a moon.Come in and
viiited his parents, Mr. sales and service. niture we've ever offered.All suppliers, from fabricmills for yourself. Remember-Kroehler Week see
and Mrs. Johnnie I Roberts, to foam manufacturers, have sharpened their but once a yearl) cornel
\ """?" lam f) clnr..... overnight last we c k. LawrcncciswiththcHighway So we arecelebrating
t I I.1,1",1'
Patrol -
I. \I..h",1 \' ""' .
at Lake City. now WERE NOW

GOOD FOR Sunday Doc Simmons afternoon rctumcdhome from the with all time Sleeper, foam cushion, double mallress.________ $27995 $19995
II iv KUicr.ill/ bonehead) ,, Lake City Veteran's Hospital.We low pricesltl!!!
ixirxiii: : : iv '
ill man ph| |limit MIJ: | .IXtfLlst\ .i Gus Simmons arc sorry still to remains loam Mr.in LOT NO. 1 'Sleeper, foam cushion, double mallress _________ $23990 $17995
ti> In of litnifit to the hospital in Lake City. Sit N Adams Ph. 124.3311
(slightly damaged)
blood. tes.chc and .
luudl'Thcre I i. )- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ta union, 1963 Chewy II. $1795
i,it',mi' in exercise ,. Robert and Cathy, of Panama Nova Super Sport with radio, 2 pc. French Provincial living Room Suile _____ $27990 $21995
tIdiy |M.Olll|' "die | City, spent the weekend with heater. and standard trinimli1962 -
i'vtuiH' nukis them ( don. .
Mrs. Taunion's parents, Mr.

Airu-ii.\l 11I-1 l phjMiunt tniriasii t'I'r'hI'I' and Mrs. Bunny Simmons.Mrs. VI door Chevrolet.Impale radio$1440 liaatar.automatic Sofa, foam I-cushion _____:____________________21995 $150
ii'iu ami 1 tin're'fort' tranamlatlon. factoryair .
iruihlion of tin Delma Roberts and eondltionlnf at low low prlca (slightly soiled)
1962 Falcon $995
c1 1-1 ctrl t* deeper' Miss June Roberts visited the
rapid' breathing/ i In Talla- 1.door radio dilator, Jet black
Jerry Hodge family
..Ilth.11 ,'allillIhe/ : hassee over the weekend. car.with WSW tire a rill harp 4 occasional chairs, foam cushion, Scolchgard $7995. $5995
panel' illluuinh win'I
1963 Chevrolet. $18954door
(lit -| .Hi-inn i!0 | Terry Land called on his
e1 irviln In'HIM is mother, Mrs. L. C. Sapp, Eclair VS. radio heater 1-French occasional chair beige coyer $8600 $66
automatic transmlsalon
I llu effete of mild ,, and _________
fora few minutes af-
,, Sunday 1963 Corvair95$1295
tin .h/l'rin'/ )' tiin i I
h. lute Illtll. a.h" : ternoon. Terry was cnrontc Rampalda pick up truck
it'mi i- i ihIinitiI M'rrisc'.ll'J'lrI'.. \\' to after his visiting home in relatives Panama City in 1962 Standard Comet shift 4-door., radio.$995 kheater. 1-Xofa, quilled, print coyer, foam cushion _____ $21995 $18800
n.nil ,activity ill Gainesville and Live Oak. .

11,11'\-- for exercise ; Miss Elaine Revell and Mrs. 1961 Caravclla Renault convertible. ,. $795 radio. 1-Modern 3 cushion sofa (as is) ________________ 27995 $169
.iliniil weight ruhii' Ccnia Moore of Add, Georgia heater and 4 speed shift
Idkut I I'.si rust' mi Mr. and Mrs. Paid 1959 Chevrolet $795
-iintiti| | ot' tin \ Smith and daughter, Luci LlCamlno VI radio. automate 1-Modern chair foam cushions $11995 $88
'',>n. i,IIIMIIK him' lo Marie of Dothan, Alabama, tranamiislon and heater _________________
Inud lli.ui lit would!
III"\ liking txirust, I 1 visited Mr. Hardy Revell LOT NO. 2
01 I. 11l'ul..hle, txim-i l Saturday and Sunday. 1414 S Monroe Ph. J23M5J 1-Modern sofa, cushion, loose pillow back .... $37995 $19995
'''caul i.ulnllin!
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Rod-
tin ilior: ax.n front 1963 Chevrolet. $2495

i I"I I Ilu I 1"i -yt Im I'fut t dcnbcny, Miss visited Linda Roddenberry their daughter -, IMPALA tranimuslon. Super, toe Sport.engine,4apeed radio1963"Corvair 1-TradilionaI sofa, 2 matching pillows __________ $24995 $19800
probably' ac import in Panama City over the
".I I : i i;( suit-I parr ) : ;I weekend. $1745
'ni,1k.i o." hog.! |1'<,ui.l<.nlII"| ". feel. due, S/Sgt. Randolph Roberts the SPYDER.floor, Convertible radio healer.with Nice S on, 1-Modern sofa, 4-cushion, loose pillow back ... $3 9995 $24900
real auto
a one owner sharp

I i Ilse.In ik,i iinisi i muii Unit, tin''smiif ran In'. Alabama and family, visited of Montgomery relatives, Feb-inSopc.hoppy 1962 Standard Plymouth.shut, radio $1095 haatar. 1-Jofa, 3 cushion, foam back __________________ $23995 $14995
I I.. ilw III of kllpllIK on Saturday A nil buy.
,, 6. 1961 Corvair $795
"l&'nl.,1 ruary
III nn|' nts !
,1 t .( ii<..i.ill. >. acrt'\, l Lakewood Station wager radio 1-7 Modern walnul dining suile $57995 $39995
.e mi, tbd: some Ii. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kendalland heater, automatic tranamlasion pc. room _______
puaeager two tone Red
tutor i igtol fur l family of Tampa visited
.--.- here during the weekend. 1957? Chevrolet. $345
1.6 drawer solid maple chest of drawers $11995 $8800
VB standard shift, radioheater. & _______
I .

1957 V8 wagon door Chevrolet with(radio paiaancer heater. station$595 and j I 1 Double solid maple panel bed ...________-.;.__ $7995 ,$591Niihl
automatic tranamlaalon. i A

NOTICE 1958 Car exceptionally rune Hillman.drives elaut.food. .and$195 la 1 | fable, solid maple _-_________________ $3995 $29

BOTH LOTS YOUR OPEN CONVK.NIENC&TILL Tdd PM.TOR dresser solid mirror $229 $18800
Triple maple, large ____-
1l\r. fames j Opcttc Famous OK Quality ,

1-Year LONG G-W TRADES-Warranty 1.8 pc. Dining room suite, plastic- lop table ______ $39995. $299QO

NEW OFFICE HOURS EASY TERMS 1-Double dresser, solid maple, large mirror ______ $17995 $159

I 1:30 PM --5 :30PM ALFORDCHEVROLET 1 1.7 drawer solid maple chest on chest____..___ $14995 $11995.


1 Double bookcase bed, solid maple ________.___$9995 $7995

J 1-] pc Modern bedroom suite, ,walnut, dble.

e1 Y dresser and mirror ________________________-_$43995 $29995
'' 9.'JFEI'65For", 30"A 1 chest, 1 double panel bed .

1-Occasional swivel chair, red nylon cover ______ $3495 $2495 '

r JoH 2-Walnul step table, plastic top ________________ $4995 $2995

t I 1-2 pc Early American living room suile ________$36995 $275

Saved 2-Solid Walnut step tables ____________________ $3995 $2400

((t \\1 Is A 1 Early American occasional chairs, beige (weed ,

11 covers ________________________________..____$9995 $7700
f Penny

2-Early American occasional chairs, print t cover $11995 $8800


I 1-EarIy American ottoman, print cover_________, $3490 $2400

I I 1-Early American swivel rocker, beige, cover ____ $1095? $7900

30 1-Buffel-Hutch, solid maple,-_____: ____,_.__ $26990 19995$


DIVIDENDS QUARTERLY! 1-Round dining table/ solid maple, plastic]) top ___ $13995' $9995


Heed the wise old saying of Ben Franklin and start 4-Males chairs, solid maple __________________$2495 $1995
saving today. From the very day you make your first ..

deposit, your pennies begin earning big dividends. And 1-Arm & 2 side dining room chairs, solid ,maple $9495. $66. 'H

f': every three months (four times a year) these dividends i _
" are compounded and paid. Start saving today!

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M I".- -r Jt Florida's Oldest ? 1r I r.oP..eJ.1 Fridoy_Nite/Til.i 9 p.m. Free Delivery Radius 100 Miles
M,mbtr F,d..ril. D.po ir.,lnur.nc. CorporiHon