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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
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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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VOLUMN 66 NUMBER 27,7jT; CRAWFORDVIILE. FLORIDA' I Thursday. March 4. 1965 t\ -- .
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: :ELDER CITIZENS GAME AND FRESH WATER a

.\ I OFFERED INSURANCETallahassee FISH MEETING .'f

I- + Three compre- Panama City The first of a a
hensive health and accident Insurance series of public meetings to discuss j '
coverage plans will be hunting and fishing rules
I offered Florida's 65-years and and regulations for the 1965-66

older citizens when Continental season will be held Monday, !;t.

Casualty opens Us first 1965 enrollment March 15, at 7:00 P. M. at the
period March 1, State Escambia County Courthouse ?s. 1e

Treasurer-Insurance Commissioner&owardwillfams (County Commissioners Room),
said to- Brown regional -
according to John ,
day.Continental manager, Came and
Casualty officials, Fresh Water Fish Commission.
first to offer a 65 and over Other meetings will follow in
health and accident plan in Flo- I DeFunlak Springs March 16 at''

rida last year, said the enroll-I the Walton County Courthouse,
ment period will run through In Marianna March 17 at the %s

March 24. Coverage Includes Jackson County Courthouse, in I
ic
65 or over citizens and their Blountstown March 18 at the .

spouse, even where the spouse Calhoun County Courthouse and '.
may not be 65.Commissioner. I in Tallahassee March 19 at the r''
Williams salt \
City Hall.
the upcoming senior citizens enrollment I All meetings will begin at
period will be national 7:00 P.M. local time.
in scope, and will provide a These meetings are designedto
variety of coverage areas froma get the opinions of hunters
basic hospital-surgical planto and fishermen on the local level
a more costly, combinationof as guidelines for setting the A
designed to providehospitalsurgicalcoverage .
policies coming sea s o n'u regulations.No
plus final action is taken at the 1

George W. Madison, Jr., (right), out-of-hospital costs as well. public meetings but sportsmenare '1""
VA. Captain The Commissioner said "we are .
HAMPTON, of 7526 Highway 99, Everett urged to attend and enter
son of Mr. and Mis. J. W. McCormick Force Commendation proud that this coverage is now into discussion on game and '* '
Air
o Wash. is decorated with the U. S. Madison was awardedthe available, and believe it will fish management with Commission SPRINGS REVIVAL Representatives of the Panacea
Medal at Langley AFB, Va. Captain unit at Tai do much to assist our older ciizens" personnel.One SEEK PANACEA Florida Park Service officials to view the old
escorted
USAF
with a support Commerce
service Chamber of
metal for meritorious Headquarters, Tactical question that will oe discussed to develop. Shown at the springs,
The captain Is now assigned to The late J. Edwin Larson, Panacea mineral springs which they hope
Formosa. administrative
increasethe
to
Strickland
pei, firepowerand is a proposal ,
TAC provides
Command (TAC), at Langley. with Commissioner patronized spa, are. left to right, Douglas
Air whose working closely limit on deer from once a widely Miller
forces. The captain, legal bag office N. E. (Bill) ,
S. Service ;
to U. Army Instrumental Florida Parks
Williams was the
air support in
other Other assistant
Fla.
Strickland of St. Marks, two to three per season. Chamber Parks Committee .-
of A.
wife, Shirley, is the daughter to entering the Air Force in In bringing so-called questions will concern hogs as FPS director; W. B. Witt, chairman of the Panacea members presentwere
attended Everett High School prior is Brigadier General William G. "Golden Age" Insurance cover game qnlmals, wildlife management and State Rep. Ernest Roddenberry. Other committee
1951. Making the presentation age of a non-cancellable var- and
regulations
materiel. area T. L. Stokely and F. O. Clay.
-Hi-.DCS.. TAC deputy for iety to Florida during 1964. the small game season:
Priortothe new coverage, elderly In setting the hunting and fishing MARION ODOM CIVIL SERVICEAPPLICATIONS
MAGERS WILL SPEAK TO citizens had experienced rules and regulations the PANTHERS DEFEAT JACKETS; JAMES

CRAWFORDVILLE PTA difficulty in retaining adequate Commission's policy is alway: SATURDAY NIGHTIn Funeral services for James
Civil Ser-
when they reachedage The Atlanta U. S.
coverage first consideration t< 70 who died
Dexter A. Magers, Mathe- 65. The Continental Cas- to the give wildlife and then to accommodate the bedlam of a packed | Marion Monday Odom, February, 22, at his vice Regional Office Is accept-

F matics Consultant, Florida ualty plan was later joined by sportsmen whenever gymnasium at Carrabellc Sat- home in Wakulla County, were ing applications for Accountantand
State Department of Education, similar 65 and over policies' possible. urday night, the Crawfordville held at 2:00 P.M. Wednesday Auditor paying from $7220to
will speak to the Crawfoidville from other companies.Commissionerlarson. Panthers emerged championsover attheWhlddon Lake Baptist $10,250 a year.Applications .
Association at also instituted must be filed on
undefeated
Sopchoppy
Parent-Teacher an
Church with the Rev. Emmett
their regular meeting March 9, a Senior Citizen sectionin RED CROSS DRIVE Yellow Jackets quintet that went Whaley and the Rev. O. D. or before March 29, 1965. A
of
of the Insurance Department's is not required
each 18 written test
1965 at 7s30'P.M. into the final game sporting Burial
sera M Mr. Magers is a native of 21 field offices and THIS I MONTH HERE su.i!&!ht wins. in Brooks the church officiating.cemetery. was applicants who qualify on the
He graduated from provided information all such Core the Panthers top basis of education.
Tennessee. The Wakulla Chapter of the Jerry He was a member the Whid-
School Baldwyn, policies. Specially trained staff and standing in third Positions to be filled are located -
Baldwyn High American Red Cross showed a scorer don Lake Baptist Church. He
He received hisB. people were also assigned each In the entire Big Bend, In the states of Alabama,
Mississippi. film on life saving last week in place was a native of Macon, Ca.,
S. in Mathematics and M. office to answer questions, and the county. hit one from the corner with 45 I and had lived in Wakulla Coun- Florida, Georgia, Mississippi,
administrationfrom companies were asked to make left in the This North Carolina, South Carolina,
Ed. in school Mrs. Gladys Adams, Chapter Seconds game. ty five years.Survivors .
University. literature available.The I for the Tennessee and Fort Campbell,
Mississippi State President, stated that the mo- was the margin of victory include his widow,
He earned a M.A. in Insurance Department also vie was shown at Sopchoppy at I Crawfordville team. Mrs. Annie Bell Odom of Wa- Kentucky.
s. Mathematics at the Universityof provided a method whereby any 11.00 A.M. and Crawfordville Coach Mat Mathis's team defeated kulh County four sons, Lee Application forms or Information -
i Miami. He has done additional licensed insurance agent can School at 2:15 P.M. Mrs. A- Wewahitchka in the openerandtangledwith Daniels of Pearson Ca. RoyC. as to where such forms are
graduate work at Princeton sell senior citizens coverage damssald that the response from its county Daniels of Jacksonville, available can be obtained from
University.Mr. without purchasing additional] the children showed much Interest rival in the finals. Mat'igroup J a m e s T. Daniels of Atlanta, any Post Office (except the Atlanta -
has had public licenses for each 65 and ove Ga. Post Office) or the
Magers in life saving. had lost two previous encounters and William H. Daniels of
? school teaching experience in company represented. March is designated as Red with the Yellow Jackets Camden, S. C. ; one daughter, Atlanta Regional Office, U.Merchandise S.
I' both Mississippi and Florida.He Mutual Omaha is aile Cross Month and the annual Fund during regular season play Mrs. Robert Merrow of Cocoa; Civil Service Commission, 240-
was head of the Mathematics equipped to write 65 and over Drive. but had all win, 3 losses, record two step-daughters, Mrs. Jnhn Mart Building,
: ..' at Southwest coverage, but does not have an time. Peachtree Street, N. W., Atlanta -
Department Mrs.Adams announced the following at tournament Martin of Maiden, N. C. and
Miami High School at the time enrollment period at the pre- County workers Harolc Core, the over 6 foot center, Mrs. David On of Charlotte Georgia 30303. (To apply
;
..I he was appointed to his present sent time, Commissioner Williams Blanton, Chairman; Harry De- eagle-eyed 24 points for the N. C. ; and 18 grandchildren and In person, call at the Office Information -
position. While in Dade Coun- said.F.F.A. Shazio, St. Marks; Rev. Jessie winners and his running mate, one great-grandchild. Desk, Federal
Street
ty he served on numerous committeesandparticipatedin Baker, Sopchoppy) Mrs. Mary Dusty Cook, added 14. Pallbearers were G. W. Tully, Building, 275 Peachtree ,
var- Gibbs, Crawfordvlllej; Mrs. Billy John David Jones, Sopchoppy's I Roy Rehwinkel, Bennie Phillip N.W., Atlanta, Georgia.)and

I ious professional organizations. > NEWSBy Walker, Wakulla Mrs. Louise topbasketeer, dumped 19 points George Mathers, Jessie Additional forms Information be obtained -
Everyone who Is interested is Miller, Newport; Mn while Randy Anderson pumpedin I Mathers, and Commodore Taff. application may Smith
cordially Invited to attend the Mike Head George Creech, Sr., Spring 17 for the losers. The J. A. Culley and Sons Fun- from Mr. Audie Room 39,
1 meeting and hear Mr. Magers. Creek; Mrs. Been Becton, Panacea Jones of Sopchoppy rests right eral Home was In charge. Examiner-in-Charge, ,
Parents of pre-school and school The F. F. A. is now 'selling ; George Green, Buckhon behind Core in the Big Bend Basement, Main Office Station,

"BEWARE THE IDES OF age children are urged to attend tickets for a RAY-O-VAC Lantern School; Rufus Williams, Shade. standing, holding up 4th place I Tallahassee, Fla. 32302.
MARCH! doemrtworry this and hear this timely mes- and a Siberian Skinner I yule School.METHODIST. with a 23.0 average while
cute thing one bit! Sponsoredby sage. Mr. Magers will discuss Knife. Tickets are lOt each or Core's' average stands at 23.1. WUU, CIRCLEMEETING
the St. Augustine Jaycees, "Modem Mathematics"ape 3, for 254. We just finished & As one wag would have it, HELD WEEK OF PRAYER

brown-eyed Toni Carolyn Beals plies to teaching in our public selling The Progressive Farmer REVIVAL "Sincethere had to be a winner MARCH 7-14
will be seeking the crown of schools and explain the parent's and the class won the above and a loser in the finals of the The Crawfordville First Baptist
Florida CitrusQueen on the Ides role helping prepare the mentioned p izea. The drawing STARTS SUNDAY IN Group 4-C Tournament, lets be Church WMU Circle met Friday, The W.M. U. Week of Prayer
of March (March 15)), during child for this new approach In will be March 17th at our SOPCHOPPYThe glad they were both from Wa- February 26, with Mrs.14 Deane for Home Missions will be observed -
SHOWCASE WEEKIn Sweetheart Contest. We hope Whaley. There were pre
41st annual Mathematics. Methodist kulla County". by Crawfordville First
Haven. you will all buy lots of tickets Sopchoppy Church theweek of
Winter sent.Mrs.
Baptist
Church will hold revival start-
the contest. Admission John Laws, Circle Chairman
and to
come March 7-14 at the church.
I .. March 7 at 7:3C '
w 't ing Sunday, presided over the business
SUt for adults and M* HOMESTEADER ,
The door prize P.M. NOTICE TO session, after which a very interesting Monday, Tuesday, Thursdayand
children.
for 10:00-
Situation I IF"a. Services will continue Friday, meeting
nightly
A Taxing
was presentedby
I will be 50 tomatoe plants grown program 11:00 A. M., and Wednesday
March 11. all home own-
local through Thursday, This Is to notify several taking part.
chapter.
by our The Rev. Wilton Clark, Associate ers that I will not be going to The meeting was turned over night at 7:30 Prayer Meeting;
Pastor of the First Meth- the different precincts this yeas to Mrs. Whaley, Mission Study Sundays, the 7th and 14th, the
odist Church in Lakeland will for the purpose of taking Home- Chairman, and the first twochapters church will promote Home Missions -
ANNOUNCEMENT be the evangelist.The stead Exemptions. Not enough of the Mission Study and the Annie Armstrong
BIRTH Baker local in the Offering through the Sunday
Rev. Jessie people have met me previous Book were presented
i Mr. and MM. Carl Bobby pastor, announced that there years to make the trig At 12)30 a delicious covered Schooland Training Union programa -
Mrs. Linda Coxwell
: will also be morning services at ,
Causseaux announce the birth necessary.I dish lunch was serve d. Rev.
tNI i I of their new son, William Bobby 9.30A.M., Monday .through want tourge all home owners Coxwell, E. C. Ferrell, Jr., W.M. U. Prayer Chairman, will
of the
I Causseaux. Born Februaryi Thursday. and taxpayers to come b> Mr. B. C. High, Sammy Cox- have charge programs
r i i i 18th at Tallahassee Memorial Special music will be featured my office during the month of well, and R. E. Whaley joinedthe for the meetings.We .
all the
Invite to
i i Hospital, he weighed 6 pounds, every night. March and turn in their Ming- group for the Fellowshiphour. women
IAPRIL The Is invitedto for is support these services
1 9 ounces He is the grandson public cordially ty, The deadline hour.
I hIOC ,I of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Causseaux attend these meetings. April 1st.

I and Mr. and Mrs. P. E. I tmmett: C. Ferrell, Jr. I
1'i9rA Hendrickson, and the great- Tax Assessor, Wakulla Co. POLIO GIVEN NEWS ABOUT CANCER
I, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. W t SCHOOL CHILDRENDr.
W. Branch and Mr. and Mrs. SPAGHETTI SUPPERThe Because cancers of the mouth

Al McClees. HOLIDAYS Patrick Smith, Health can usually be cured If discov-
St. Marks School PTA SPRING Office, Wakulla County Health ered early and given prompt,
r will sponsor a spaghetti supperIn MARCH SITU I9TH Department, states that Polio adequate treatment, a new

I NEWS the school lunch room on Schools Vaccine Immunization has been 'pamphlet, "Your Defense A-
F.M.A. Public
Wednesday, March 10th. Beginning Wakulla County end of the completed with the school galnst Mouth Cancer", has been
I Alice Green at 5>00 o'clock in the will close at the March 17th for children. Over 1786 doses of published the American Cancer -
By
evening, the public is encour- school day on Florida vaccine were given. We urge Society. It is now being offered -
This week in F.H.A. we discussed aged to participate in this firstfundraising Spring Holidays. The will hold you to bring your children! Into I to the public
to make mon- effort of the PTA. Education Association for oral vaccine
some ways this the clinic polio I The pamphlet te lls about certain -
Z ey. We are trying to decide Those wishing to do so may its annual meeting during hall and other immunizations. symptoms which might appear -

15 IS HEARING -This young lady Is one of the 21 what we were going to order.but come by and eat and go to the ti m e. Classes schools will on resume Monday on the gums, lip, tongue
Joint income We want to order candy, Wednesday evening church ser county cheek tonsils and neck
million women who work, and who must file i single or kind March 22, 1965. palate, ,
haven't decided what ware vice. morning,
tax returns by April 15. 11 you are one of these'SIhK\;: FIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT and recommends that the-symptoms
taxing situation with the "Female Taxpsyer'a going to order. We cordially Invite everyoneto be heeded If persistent.
of strong coffee, adding machine (unleea We also looked through the enjoy an excellent meal as
which Includes a pot Dr. and Mn. Jerry* Purvis of Anyone wishing to receive
lOU'N a mathematical whir), a lure bottle of aspirin, a good F.H.A. Book, the scholarshipand well as good fellowship with CANCER MEETING Augusta, Ca. announce the this leaflet may obtain a copybywrltingorcalling
supply of pencils aDd paper, a simply worded tax ruilie-Ind an how to earn them. your friends and neighbors. The their
neareat
appointment at the beauty shop the next day to cheer you up price of the meal 75t Adults, There will be a cancer meet- birth of a baby daughter, Jul- County Unit office of the
Elizabeth
iette on February14th.
alter a horrible sight t Includes school studentsover Ing at the Florida Power Lounge The She weighed 6 pounds, American Cancer Society or tc

March 9, 1858-The fore- 12 years of age and 504 Monday night at 7:30.the public. 14 ounces. Mrs. Purvis Is the the Florida Division, Americar

March 16, 1829-Ohio legislators March 15, 1892 New runner of the modern day for These children.prices Include spaghetti, All meeting Interested Is open people to are urgedto former"June White, daughter of Cancer Society, 416 Tamp

authorized the first York became the first state soda fountain made IU appearance salad, drink, rolls and dessert. attend. Mrs. W. A. White of Mcdart. Street, Tampa, Florida 33602.

night-school classes in the to sanction voting machines. in Lowell, Maaaachueette. *

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WAKULl COUNTY NEWS r EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MINUTES OF THE AXILLA RENTI Three bedroom NOTICE -
THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIR- due WA 3496
COUNTY Call -
SCHOOL BOARD ON
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND POP
THURSDAY March 4, 196} Amazing new liquid plastic
12 February 13,. i5:
coating used on all types of WAKULLA COUNTY IN SPECIALS Fill. BAT MON. ANDJUES.
CHANCERY. NO. 1318
surfaces interior or exterior.
Eliminate waxing when ap- TALLAHASSEE FEDERAL SAVINGS The Wakulla County School.
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. a corp- Board Meeting was called to or- SPECIALS
I
WAKULLA plicdonAsptialt] Tile, Vinyl, I AKIUA :
Linoleum oration organized and existing I I derby the Chairman, Mr. Rod- MINUTES OF
Asbestos
I COUNTY NEWS Hard Wood, Vinyl and Furniture., under an Act of conlrulI'j I I denberrywith the following COUNTY February COMMISSION 15, 1961: I

Completely eliminates paint- members present Mr. Crum, HAM HOCKS
when VIPHYLLIS Mr. P/ulk, Mr. Posey, and Mr. Commissioners 29t
Telephone WAlnut '1301 ing applied to Wood, M. SPEARS. MICHAEL The Board of County ,
Strickland.
Metal, or Concrete surfaces i of Wakulla County met "
\ DOYLE: SPEARS. BARBARA LYNN Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded with SIIOULDfcR I
This finish is also recom- j, this date in Crawfordvile: SMOKED
SPEARS RICHARD SPEARS, and by Mr. Paulk, that the 3S
mended lb.
for boats and automobiles any unknown heirs devisees the following present
read. PICNICS
Minutes be
Approved as
Chairman,
legatees and grantees of Willard Carter,
Virginia Kelichtleyrrnl Editor NO COMPETITIONAs Sidney D. Spears, deceased; Voting for the motion! Mr. George Young, Vice Chairman,
and EVELINA SPEARS and NAMON Strickland, Mr.Paulk, Mr. Walker Ralph
I William I D. ,
I \ t Kelffhtley "rublll'htrr.nter.d these arc exclusive form- SPEARS her husband, Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod- Strickland, and John L. Davis, : FRYERS, grade'A", lb. 29c

ulas in demand by all businesses Defendants. denbeny. Commissioners; Moody Pearce, I

at Crawfordvtlle. Florid industry and homes.No NOTICE OF SUIT Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded Clerk, ,J. H. Hudson, County
MAYONNAISE
second Ian matter Subiwrip franchise fee. Minimum TO RICHARD SPEARS A MINOR by Mr. Strickland, that Mrs. Attorney W. R. Taff, Sheriff, Bama qt. 49c
ni >
,I investment $7,000. Investment WHIEE LAST KNOWN RESIDENCE IS Betty L. Ponder of 3308 North and Carmel Pelt, Road Super-

lion rate: |3.00 per year Is secured by in 3432 TAMPA STREET HOUSTON Ridge Road, Tallahassee, Flo- intendent, and A. B. Carraway, JI1I "DYGRITS
trained TEXAS AND TO ALL UNKNOWN rida, be employed as third and
ventory. Factory Director Mosquito Control. 2lbs.'
HEIRS DEVISEES. LEGATEESAND fourth teacher in the 17
personnel will help set grade ,
up GRANTEES OF SIDNEY D. School. The minutes of the last meeting !
your business. SPEARS, DECEASED. AND PER- Buckhom Elementary were read and approved.On .
For complete details and SONS CLAIMING BY. THROUGH OR Voting for the motion: Mr. the motion of Mr. Strick Ibs.
I descriptive literature write UNDER THEM: Strickland, Mr. Paulk, Mr. land and the second of Mr. Wal- BANANAS . . 2 25c I
CHEM-PLASTICS C PAINT Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod-
You are hereby notified ker, the Board authorized the
CORP. 1828 Locust, St. that the above-named plaintiff denberry. Chairman to applicationand $TT99
sign SILVERLEAF-8 LB. TIN
Louis 3, Mo.14t1123 filed a complaint on Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded for landing stripIn LARD SWIFTS :
1 agreement
Ny February 18. 1965., In the by Mr. Strickland, that Mrs. Panacea.Mr. I
Circuit Court of Wakulla Inez Walker be granted profesIaionalleaveonFebruary :
County Florida, for reform 19, j Herrington appeared before Collard, Mustard and TumJps.

ation of deed and mortgage 1965, to attend a Department I! the Board and requested the FROZEN GREENS 10 oz. 3 for 49c :
and foreclosure of mortgage I Boards Intention or plans as to ,
COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT
THE
IN of School Prlnclpah1 -
Elementary _______._I i_-
IN AND FOR on the following-described meeting in Jacksonville. his property in Surf, (Re: Mos-
property to-wlt: quito Control Ditch Eroding). METCALF FROZEN SEA FOODS,
WAKULLA COUNTY, FLO- Voting for the motion Mr.
Commence at the Northwest Mr. Glen C. Pope Appeared before -
RIDA. Strickland Mr. Paulk Mr.
corner of the Southeast ,
--- IN PROBATE NO. 281. ter of Section 25. T2S. Hand Crum, Mr. Posey. and Mr. Rod- the Board and requestedthat SHRIMP BREADED 20 OZ.
run thence South fl22.IIIreet he be given considerationfor $1.29BREADED
If You Need. IN REi Estate ofRUDOLPH to the North boundary of denberry.
POOLE, the right of way of State Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded the position of County .
Road No. 373; thence run In a Draftsman.
S Off Ice 4upplies Deceased. Southeasterly direction along by Mr. Paulk, that the .
e Husine&s Machines of startingsalaryforthe office secretary Travel Policy for
41.
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CREDITORS
NOTICE TO NMehroounorl
a Office Furniture AND CLAIMANTSYou State the I Road No. 373 a distance be set the same as the Wakulla CountyThe SHRIMP _, 99(:

See Tall of TOJ. 7 feet ; thence starting salary for school secre- Board, on the motion of CR4BSTICKS80z.
or and each of you arc run North the distance of
and 8J8 feet more or less, to taries. Commissioner Strickland and .
RANEY WHALEYat hereby notified required the North boundary of theSE Voting for the motion: Mr. the second of Commissioner 49
to present any claim and demands ",. of SE%' of Maid Section Strickland, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Young, adopted the following --
: which you, or eitherof nl't; run Westerly sale: Crum Mr. and Rod-
North boundary of Posey Mr. policy for all County employees -
CAPITAL OFFICE you, may have against the SE'4. at SF'4' of said( Section I) denberry. and officials for IN COUNTY
ZR the 292.3
EQUIPMENT CO. estate of RUDOLPH POOLE, fp't. more sJranceellS thepoint 1 Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded TRAVEL lOt per mile for act- OYSTERS 7 oz. 49t
I deceased, late of said Coun- of beginning, and con- I by Mr. Paulk, that the ual distance traveled, no allowance _
319 South Mama. of taming } acres more or
the
to County Judge
ty, board the of be made for meals.
Corner E. PeneacolaTALLAHASSEE iss. and being situated in accept resignation to
II Wakulla County, Florida, at the !EE'4' of SPA of said Sect
Mrs. Mary Louise Gibson as Sec- The Board further authorized the -
nORmA his office in the Court House, tlin 2r, T2S all\ retary to the Superintendent. Tax Assessor to commence mak- FISH ROE > lb. 99c
Refprmed description:
i Crawfordville,Florida,within Voting for the motion: Mr. ing in county trips for tax assessment -
Ciimmtncc at the Southeast DEVILED
calendar months
six
((6))
corner of Section 25 Township -' Strickland, Mr. Paulk, Mr. purposes at county ex-
from the date of the first h2ISaou ? Range 2 West ')' Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod- pense. CRAB -" 5 'In b.*'- 99c
publication of this notice. marked by a conCrete
monument and runthtnte denberry. Commissioner Walker voted WE NOW HAVE A FULL LINE OF
demand
Each claim or must ,
North 00 3d1 47" East Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded against the adoption of the mo-
'
aMf. be In writing and must state along the Section line 95 25 1 by Mr. Crum, that Sher- tion. &
the place of residence and feet to the centerline of BULK SEED FERTILIZERSHOP
ida Sanders employed as Sec- The motion of Commissioner
office address of the State Road No. 373. thence'
post run North 54O :27' 13" West retary to the Superintendent.Voting Walkertoadoptweekly meeting
claimant and must be
sworn
along said centerline !
for the motion Mr. days for the Board Meeting days
to by the claim int, hM agent, 1810 77 beet thence run
North 00 tJI 47" East,1 Strickland, Mr. Paulk, Mr. for the Board, failed, there being I
his the
or attorney, or same BO. 51 feet to an Iron Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod- no second to the motion. .
will become void accordingto on the Northerly rlght-or-
law. SUCh creditor or wav line of said State Road denberry. The Board approved the vouchers LOCALLY
i 373 which Is the point of'' Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded before them and directed AND SAVE
claimant must at the time
beginning From said point by Mr. Crum, that the Board that warrants be Issued in pay- .
of the filing of the same deliver of beginning continue North I
a of such claim 00 56' 47" East, 272.85 feet reimburse Wakulla County Education ment therefor.
copy to an Iron pips: thence run Association' delegates There being no further busi-
.. tothe County Judge in com- South 89 20' 13" East I $20.00 for expenses to The Flo- ness coming to the attention of Shop and Save at .
-- pliance with Chapter 61- 487 95 feet to an Iron
rida Education Association Con- the Board the adjourned
394 Laws of Florida for pipe; thence run South 000 same was
I.HON PEPTIC TANK 391< 47" West 614, IS feetto vention. on the motion of Com- PIGOTT'S
1961. STORE
the Northerly rightofwayline for the motion Mr. I missioner Strickland and the -
Voting second
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SERVICE
This 19th day of Novem- of State Road 373;;
ber 1964. thence run North 54 27' 13" I Strickland Mr. Paulk, Mr. of Commissioner Young MEDART .
West along said Northerly'' Crum Mr. and Mr. Rod- '
Posey
'lean Out hi Marion Poole ands iIght-of-way line. 596 90 Attest Moody Pearce,
feet to the point of beginning denberry.Bids Clerk .
Repair / / Charles Poole, The parcel contains 1 were received I for one WE NOW GIVE PLAID STAMP
Willard Carter
Approved: ,
New Installation Administrators of acres, more or less ly
haM and being in WakullaCounty Graf l e x 16-Model 920 Sound Chairman
i
The Best For Less the Estate of RUDOLPH Florida Projector. Two bids were re-

POOLE, deceased. You are hereby required to I ceived. Bid from Tallahassee

Telephone;; HUNTER AND HUNTER file your answer with the i Camera Center met all speci- I I

.. Tallahassee Attorneys for Administrators Clerk of this Court and fications, $570.62. Bids from II II I
877-1773 1909 Tyler Street to serve a copy thereof upon Standard School Service did not I

IlnE'I' fi-00: p.m. Hollywood Florida Aualey. Ausley, McMullen. meet specifications as called I i
O'Bryan. ichaels t Mc- I
11,18,25,3/4. ._ Gehee. Attorneys for Plain for in the request forbids ,

tiff P. 0. Box 391. Tat! $488.64. Moved by Mr. Paulk I
lahassee. Florida not later and seconded by Mr. Crum, that '
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than the 29th day of March the bid for one Craflex 16-Mo- ""

CLARE'Scry 1965. del 920 sound projector be a- 1' I'

Dees Barber ShopFOUR WITNESS seal my. of hand said and Court official warded to Tallahassee Camera .

this day of February Center. The reason for awarding .. .
A.D. 1965. the contract to the highest .
-)>
SHOP POINTS /al Moody Pearceby bidder is that the specificationswere t' "J }

: Beatrice Dugger not met by the lowest bid- .asi 1 p ,
.. Clerk of the Circuit .1 r b+ '
BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 Court der, and their machine is not
EARLY AMERICAN Wakulla County. Florida comparable to Craflex machine. 'i.

I'HEM II PKpVlNflAl( OPEN TIL 41-2/25,3/4. II. 18. Voting for the motion Mr. '' r r :
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VIC1OUIAN 800P.M. FRIDAYS Strickland, Mr. Paulk, Mr. > I :pt. 1

IIKViTUKE Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod- ,,' '"s.trI /
HELP WANTED MALE OR denberry. 1 n .

Phon. 385-1222 GRADY WHITFIELD FEMALE Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded / : J i/t.

Monroe St. by Mr. Posey that Mr. .
1901 N. HAROLD START A RAWLEICH BUS- : \ ..
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA BU.ES-BOB CHRISTIE INESS. Real opportunity now Allen Norris and Mr. J. W. / : ;

DEE COOK, Owner for permanent, profitablework Cooper be employed as substi- ; .: '

in Franklin Co. or Tay- tute bus drivers. 7
lor Co. Write Rawleigh, FA Voting for the motion Mr.

B 220 29, Memphis, Tenn. Strickland Mr. Paulk, Mr.
St-2/11.25.311.25.41.DIRECTORY Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod-

denbeny.
Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded -

by Mr. Strickland, that this AJ ,
i Board accept the recommendation t1 r..w

I of Superintendent Whale
to enter into an

Leon County to establish a Leon-

Wakulla County Audio-Visual

Materials Center. (Note) This

PatorniM These Advertisers will enable the schools of Wak- MAR'95 FomJJ 0

ulla County use the same audiovisual -

teaching aids that

Leon County uses and at a cost

F RFEEDS M ; rRUI Little Folks Inc. Store; O. I. GRAMLING cost much the less Board than to what purchase it would com- Need a Personal Loan ?

parable materials
** "The Capital' outright. I
Majors for Minor. & CO. Voting for the motion Mr.,

Cllild"..,.', Furniture, Tov, Strickland, Mr. Paulk, Mr.
'.. Hobbies One-Stop Service for Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod- TAX

Baby Aeetitonei FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry denberry. DEADLINE-APRIL 15
Flint
River Mills 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146., Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded -
11011 S. Monn ----- ---- -
.Ph. 223-Oyl4 Supplies by Mr. Crum, that a

Garden plan of compliance with the Civil -
ToolsSo.
Rights Act of 1964 be submitted I The income
tax deadline
Adams at S.A.L.R.R. to the U. S. Office of I always has a way of creeping
._ up
- --- -- -- SUBER Education. I
& JOHNSONSeedsFertlliserBaby' I CrONIn

Phone 223-0173 Voting for the motion Mr. even though you are aware of it. Are
Chick Strickland Mr. Paulk, Mr. you "down to your last

Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod-
Light Wngkt and RegularConcrete Farm Supplies denberry. dollar"as a result of unforeseen

,Blocks i'Cor. Gaine and Woodward SU Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded emergencies, sickness, accidents .

Hanson, Wood and Tel 222.89e0BakerAlford by Mr. Crum, that all or loss of work? If
need
bills be paid.Voting you extra cash to
Hoel Ind.,Inc. for the motion Mr., pay your in-

S. Adam. St.. at /-.PointsTel Capital Stone Co. Strickland, Mr. Paulk, Mr., come tax, see us. A (ow.cost loon

222-5840 P. 0. Box 661 Sine! 1908 Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod- personal will |let you absorbthe

denberry.

MARBLE GRANITE Moved by Mr. Strickland, secondtd cost over a period of month. Drop in and talk,
BRONZE over i
by Mr. Potty, thaI your

.Co. MEMORIALS I meeting Voting adjourn.for the motion Mr.. requirements with us. You'll find us helpful. and understanding.

Year, OOTu Parte tfatM" Cm t.ry Worko/ All T&M I Strickland, Mr. Paulk, Mr.

Inc Anything for your auto, truckor SOS W. GalttM St-T.i 223-0719 Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod-

tractor. Also for your power Walter F. Buchan''?Ytri denberry.

lawnmow.rand much for your Mr. S. E. Roddenberry, LEWIS

: ,Innarsna and Bond boat ChairmanMr. STATE
208 N. Adam. St. William E. BANK
214 8. A
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SMOG has been accused of another crime. The Notional Bureau of mont successful of all merchants ace now in Collector J. M. Cwln

Standards says the acrid mixture. of smoke and fog which, has long, I are those who anticipate of the county laid today that
plagued Los Angeles and several other cities not only hinders the breath. a change in demand and our 40th year of his office would be open every -
ing of the residents but actually damages their Saturday morning until
homes.The Bureau use advertising to claim afresh
that ozone, a common smog ingredient. contributes to the rapid break.says market"S. S. Tal- sales and service. March 20.
of used He said that he was takingthis
down asphalt,widely ass roofing material. bert
King County I iMo.iTriCounty .
So we arecelebrating measure 10 that those who i
New, work outside the county i
I now would be able to purchase I
their auto tags prior to the l
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Cw.m urged everyone to get
low prices!III!! r their tags before the usual '
seasonal rush that takes place
the last few days before the
LOT NO. 1 deadline.
127 N. Adams '11. 224,3211 have beenequal
Tag tales so far
1963 or above the number
Impala $2095
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door hirdtop. red while ; ;. sold in the same length of
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automatic <
V8. tranimliiion time
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din mid heater ra -. .':-'$.... _A........ .....:f Z a year ago
t 1963 Chewy 1 1 $189 For your inquisitive, ad von tun'some cat, anytime in playtime.
And, cats are easily pltascil with
Nov Super Sport with radio simple toys empty thread
heater and standerS tranimla' spools, a ping-pong or catnip ball a catnip or rubber mouse.
lion Cats love to get inside paper hugs and fight then way out against
1962 Jeep $1295 imaginary enemies They adOl'r boxes foi play and napping One y
Stilton W.*nn. 4.wheel drive playtime caution from the experts at the Purina 1'ct Care Center:
with standard ihlft, radio and as u kitten stalks and attacks' it's a meat temptation to let him [
heater, attack you, a make-believe; enemy, While the kitten is tiny\ no I S
1962 Falcon $99! damage is done. Hut as the kitten's teeth and claws get sharper, l
l.dMr. radio heater. Jet black you'll find these imaginary attacks leaves snatches and lutes on !"Jo
with WSW Ores. a real. sharp you hands and arms. To avoid trouble in the future, do not acci. 1
1963 dentally train pour kitten to l Ire wild. Then he will grow into a 'f
Chevrolet. $18954door gentle cut, RI'membl'r-keep plutmie simple and both you and
eclair VI radio, heater your' cat will enjoy It, By Mary Whitman
and automatic tranimiiilon Soon( the season for patriotic
1963 Corvair95$1295 turtles will be here
Hamnalde pick up truck These can be held any time
1962 Comet $995 but February and July are favorite -
Standard shUt 4 door radio Ji months.
NO SAFER heater. TODAY AND TOMORROW Lincoln and Washington

1961 G.MC. $995 GV birthdays are both good dates
BY RALF HARDESTER
!a ton pick up.lOT for children's parties A birthday

NO.2' Feature Editor TV GUIDE MAGAZINE party held In February
might have a patriotic theme too.
DOLLAR ANYWHERE 1414 S. Monroe Ph, 222 MSI You can be prepared with games,

1964 Chevelle $2495 TEMPLE'S HALF-HOUR COMEDY series prizes and play materials that
I, SHIRLEY c' h I 11 I d r e n will enjoy and
Malibu I door hardtop, radio. Co Fight City Hall, although that may lemember
heater, 327 the
door engine 4 on be changed to just The Shirley Temple Show-has gone For example, the first game of

than the dollar save or invest at 1963 Corvair.1745 into production at 20th Century-Fox Miss the day could 'be a contest in
YOU Snyder convertible with t on Temple play a social worker. Also in the show Yankee Doodling. Just give each
the door, radio heater, nice, are Jack hruschcn as her supervisor, and Clorii ( hlld a box of crayons and some
LEON FEDERAL SAVINGSTAllAHASSEE a one owner real sharp auto teach man as a co-worker A battery of big drawing paper or scrapbook
1962 Plymouth $1095 names Is due for Danny Thomas' NBC special: pages Let them all draw cherry ,
Standard ihift. radio. heater c Jim Nabors (Comer Pyle), Mickey Itooney, trees or log cabins or flags or
I buy, ,. Frank Sinatra, Iran Martin and lee Itcmirk. Liberty bells or whatever symbol
1962'Chevrolet $1695 plus "surprise" guests Jack Benny, Andy Griffith of history strikes their
4 door Belali, radio heater and Don Knolls, Sheldon Leonard and Edie faiay
INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN automatic! tranamiailon Adams Producer Aaron Spelling decided tore The drawings can be mountedon
: 1961 Chevrolet. $1195 -nhoot the Anne Francis Honey West pilot strips of ribbon hung from
I'j; 'a INSURANCE CORP. VI I door Brlalr with radio l (originally a Buike's law spin-otY) in a new 30- the walls, and prizes awarded.
I beater, automatic traoamlulon format
: Imurid to $10.000 larger amount thru multipl* account 37000 actual miles, Shirley Tl'mpleminute n e e The hostess has decorated the
-.t/, : 1960 Chevrolet. $1095 comedy let! series SAMMY DAVIS CAME UP WITH A sciipt scene and managed the first
Pi rk wood VI automatic idea for the )Duke game all at once
Waion I'ntty Show So it's hemp; titled
'aNvu," MANAGED BY EXPERIENCED FINANCIAL TEAM tranamlailon, radio and heater "\\'ill the Heal Sammy Davis I'lease Hang Up" and stars guesswho Every child enjoys getting a
t l': ,,and backfd by th. F.d.ral Horn loan Bank Saltern 1960 Jeep $895CJ Peter Inn ford plays a cameo role ABC's Discovery '65 small prize at a party." points
'mmJOI.f S 4 wheel drive, metal rail gutto Kitt Peak Obseivatoiy in Tucson Aria, for a look at the out Mary Hilt of Whitman Publishing
II \ at doors, also has heater Good mnnn through the woild's most powerful solar telescope Title Company of Ilaclnelfioiiuln ,
YOUR MONEY AVAILABLE PROMPTLYNo condition, chnniris: Irwin ,\lien'" new 1I1'1t'nct.fiction project WI "A prize could be
pinollni deduction ten BOTH LOTS OPr.N TILL TIM PM onirinnllv Space Family Robinson. is now awarded for the best drawing
no no of any kind loa YOUR CONVENIENCE Lost in Space And the title of Shirley Jones'Happily the one with the most red or
Ever After pilot is now Decant Wife < blue In It the one with the
Famous OK Quality 20th ('I'ntul.y..nx is filming The Legend of Jesse 4.Y clearest signature, and so on"
Before YOU save or invest SEE LEON FEDERAL FIRST 1-YearG-W Warranty James, a half-hour Mid-western with newcomer i K Small prizes can also be awardedto
('hri* Jones in the title role] Jonathan ftters the child who redtes or sings
LONG TRADES- makes a tout of th? back lots of Hollywood or knows the answer to easy
EASY TERMS on his NBC special.. history questions
4 P The game counter at teat

i LEON FEDERAL 1 1 SAVINGS I !llJllii ale CONNIE joining I'erry STEVENS'omo AND in Miami WOODY Bench ALLEN for his ,"" Ideas variety lied stores, white will and yield blue many balloons .

: ALFORDCHEVROLET April show Pheasant 1
Ar, t t"4 hunting in South Da- could be used as prizes or
r ". kota, trout fishing in Montana and elephant Connie Stevens decorations There are puzzle
i AND I LOAN I ASSOCIATION ; 1 CO.WE hunting In Africa are examined on the 'Ameri Coma show of the I'nlted States a
n :.:. lrE] !: HAVE MORE TO can Sportsman" MGM has been having its. flared color maps by number set railed Highlights
I.
HOW ifflCt HI Sut* Wt *|MH {Wity firkwffShiaairrt. ClntwlAllAHASMt OFFER AT ALFORD troubles in trying to make a TV series out of "Please Don't Eat of United States HIstory.
Over 40 Yetra of SaUiiylnf the Daisies Last the scuttled when
year pilot was Eleanor
HOIIO* HOME OffiCI BRANCH omu 4 Your Automotive Need I'arker who colorful help yourself workbooksin
was going to star in it, failed to come to terms with
bookssuch
American and
the studio about money. This year Pat Crowley wan signed for the history
lead and all went well as Trailblazers of America,
until she had a falling-out with the management
II Wagons Ho Pioneers, or WaltDisney's
-reportedly over a choice of haidressers-and the studio
announced that it was terminating her contract and planned to American Folklore.
/" ", -, \ / tiring legal action. But a week later Miss Crowley returned to Coin holders are good prizes too
; ,/ -. MUM and the pilot--for NBCfinally went into production. If you Insert a few bright pen.
I t (....., J ,, \ ales or nickels with the llkenes.
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the red white-and blue theme
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FLORIDA STATE You may go down In history
/ HOT I as the best party giver on the
I1k <. .:;/e. .GS Get IN THE block,
f'Tc.it's WED, thru SA T.

ar w i e WHEN 1\\\ NON.a i-

time for a .0. WED thru SAT rJi s11

ti HORROR OF DRACULAand

Jack Lemmon Virna Llsi l
r

: ::r,"n;, ie FRANKENSTEIN THE CURSE OF HOW YOUR TO MURDER WIFE ".

Riding With Rover
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Some dug just don't like to
: ELECTRIC RANGE lido in till earl others get cur
.i : kick Either: type will make a

f.-' PARRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN miserable you might passing be ublu to However lessen 01

AND OVEN OUTDOOR ON WOODVIUE HWY. even eliminate tho situation.
,.. Your dog'-, unhnppincs might
: .4) bo mused liy static electricity A

< THURS. FRI. t I. SA'I THURS, FRI. C SAT static belt hung from the axle
Sir If had to with flame and heat
; : you cope and! touching tho pavement has
j three time a day, your boiling point would be tuicd ninny dogs of car sickness
has been It hail aUo made tiding pleasantfor
low, tool After all. Mom pretty patient
FIRST MEN IN THE MOON other dogs.Vetciinaiians.
j up to now cooking on that cranky old range and Two Documentary Film! now have calm
about fumes. But ing li' for excitable dogs If
scrubbing sooty pans, worrying MONDO CANE Color < ucs
KISSES FOR MY PRESIDENT dog actually gets motion
you can't expect her to go on much longer-now that your I
C and nick consult the veterinarian for
Friday Saturday Bonus Feature .
her best friend has a modern flameless electric range a remedy. Usually the drug tetommended -
with exact temperature control, and a new THE BRIDGE -1 WOMEN OF THE WORLD : will prevent motion
cool down sickness for as much as 8 hours.
I But things
easy-leaning oven
Some dogs insist on hanging
fast when you switch to electric cooking! Kl their head out of the window

Do it now and save up to $601 : while riding Tho experts at the
I Purina 1'et 'are Center advise
f i you never to permit this. Bits of
i SAVE -250RSOl I grit may easily be driven into
AND
SWITCH NOW his eyes. Oi, your dog may get
flame. flameless nasal and eye inflammation Just
switch from to
If type
you from the wind. Either make him
I electric cooking as a customer of Florida Power Flwridi Fur tit Service keep his place in the car or close
Corporation you'II be given an installation the window most of the way.
if dealer Rait-fall K'portT. > If Rover la driving out of the
of $25 appliance
allowance your :' i PloriJ' Fori&t Service rlolc.I.t3: the country with you, don't forgetto
receives your order between February I stand check health icquiremenU.
Marcjt 31st But that' not all I fn<:\,1rof Taint .:1 rewrite at V/alcilla Cc. Canada require a health certificate

To.ers for the wore k of February 23, thru and a rabies vaccination
certificate. Oi, if and
Switch dung Ftbrvery *r Merck (Irene feme-tyae It lanultti etotric.. Larch 1, 1965. dog travel down you Mexico! way your,

RANGE i OVEN and live $25 your dog must have been vaccinated -

I WATER HEATER and save $25 Cr,4r"rjviUt! Tower .1C past\ year.against A few tables precautions within the

BOTH and save . . $60 lot; ort :Toweir "IJ.OO will make it a happier trip for
both of you.March .
County
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23, 1901 Opera
7xs.1f1 leQ4rrfb. Fir RojtrtFlrjs star Madame Nellie Melba

since Jsmmrj': 1, 1'(5 .3 revealed her methods for
FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION Fires sane perilli.l ye&r 3 preparing a diet toast The

n ease W-HXM. tntint Mf Mti COIf"'M' Acres burned t.hhr g.2 idea caught on and the commercial -
use of Melba Toaat
Acr'j3 burned. oam period Iwt ye3r26.l soon followed.

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WAKULI.A COUNTY NEWS EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MINUTES OF THE IuULUI I FOR RENT three bedroom NOTICE-
I THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIR- WA 6-3436. _
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD ON Call
house.
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOP
12 THURSDAY, March 4. 1965 Amazing new liquid plastic February 15 1963!
,
j jI coating used on all types of CHANCERY.WAKULLA COUNTY.NO. 1318. IN ? SPECIALS Fill.. SAT.. MON. ANDjTUES.JPKIAIJ .
surfaces interior or exterior. I i
Eliminates waxing when ap- TALLAHASSEE FEDERAL SAVING The Wakulla County School ,
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. a Corp Board Meeting was called to or- '
I plied on Asphalt Tile, Vinyl :
WAKULLA EAKIUA
OF
oration organized and existing derby the Chairman, Mr. Rod- MINUTES
Linoleum
Vinyl Asbestos, under an Act of COUNTY COMMISSION
I
I COUNTY NEWSTtlrphont Hard Wood, and Furniture. denberrywith the following 1963
Completely eliminates paInt- conlreu.// members present Mr. Crum, February IS, HAM HOCKS
vs.PHYLLIS and Mr. 29SMOKED
WAlnut -I30J I ing when applied to Wood, M. MICHAEL Mr. P/ulk, Mr. .Posey The Board of County Commis-
: Strickland.
Metal, or Concrete surfaces. SPEARS. sioners of Wakulla County met
I DOYLE SPEARS BARBARA LYN Moved Mr. Strickland seconded -
by with SIIOULDLR
This finish is also Crawfordvlle
recommended this date in
I SPEARS RICHARD SPEARS and that the
Mr. Paulk
by ,
I for boats and lb35t
auto- the following present
any unknown heirs, devisees. read.
PICNICS
Minutes be as
Approved
mobiles.NO. legatees and grantees of ; Willard Carter, Chairman ,
Virginia KfiRMIf Edit, Sidney D. Spears deceased; Voting for the motion! Mr. George Young, Vice Chairman,
COMPETITIONAs
and EVELINA SPEARS and NAMON Strickland, Mr. Paulk, Mr. William D. Walker, Ralph
'
I Fred Ktiffhtlry 'Puhllnh* these are exclusive formulas SPEARS, her husband Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod- Strickland, and John L. Davis, FRYERS, grade ""A", lb. 29c

in demand by all businesses Defendants. denberry. Commissioners; Moody Pearce, I
Entered ot CrawfordvilU, Florida industry and homes. NOTICE OF SUIT Moved by Mr. Paulk seconded Clerk J. H. Hudson, County

No franchise fee. Minimum TO RICHARD SPEARS A MINOR by Mr. Strickland, that Mrs. Attorney W. R. Taff, Sheriff, Bama MAYONNAISE, qt. 49c
second i-lasi matter. Sublll'rip
ni L. Ponder of 3308 North
investment $7,000. Investment WHOSE LAST KNOWN RESIDENCE IS Betty and Carmel Pelt, Road Super- :
tmn rate: $3.00 per year. is secured by In- 3432 TAMPA STREET. HOUSTON Ridge Road, Tallahassee, Florida intendent and A. B. Carraway, JIV D ADYGRITS

ventory. Factory trainedpersonnel TEXAS; AND TO ALL UNKNOWN be employed as third and Director Mosquito, Control. 2lbs. :
; HEIRS DEVISEES LEGATEE fourth teacher in the ]17(
will help n set_ un--, AND GRANTEES 01B1DNBT_ u. grade The minutes of the last meet- ,
your business. SPEARS, DECEASED. AND PER- Buckhorn Elementary School. Ing were read and approved.On I
For complete details and SONS CLAIMING BY. TIROUGH. OR Voting for the motion Mr. the motion of Mr. Strick-
descriptive literature write Strickland, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Wal- BANANAS . 2 Ibs. 25c
UNDER THEM: land and the second of Mr.
Crum Mr. and Mr. Rod- I
CHEM-PLASTICS C PAINT Posey
I You are hereby notified ker, the Board authorized the
CORP. 1828 Locust, St. that the above-named plaintiff denberry.
Chairman to sign applicationand $1.
LARD SILVERLEAF--8 LB. TIN ]
SWIFTS 99
Louis 3, Mo.14t1123 filed a complaint on Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded for landing stripIn
agreement
N! February 18. 1965? in the by Mr. Strickland, that Mrs. Panacea.Mr. .
Circuit Cart of Wakulla Inez Walker be granted professional .
o J 10 County Florida for refers leave on February 19I Herrington appeared before Collard. Mustard and TurnIps
at Ion of deed and mortgage I the Board and requested the 10 '
1965, to attend a Departmentof FROZEN GREENS oz. 3 for 49c
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT and foreclosure of mortgage Elementary School Princi I Boards intention plans as to I .

IN AND FOR on the followlng-descrlbp pals' meeting in Jacksonville his property in Surf, (Re Mos-
property to-wlt : Control Ditch METCALF FROZEN SEA FOODS.
quito Eroding)
WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA Voting for the motion Mr.
Commence at the Northwest Mr. Glen C. Pope appeared before -
Strickland Mr. Paulk Mr.
. corner of the Southeast Qunrter :'" Board and
---. IN PROBATE NO. 281. of Section 25. T2S W' Crum, Mr. Posey. and Mr. Rod- the requestedthat SHRIMP BREADED 20 OZ
and run thence South 422.1 1 he be given considerationfor $1. 29
If You Need. IN REI Estate ofRUDOLPH feet to thehe North dcnberry.
POOLE right of way of State Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded the position of County -
Road No. 373; thence run in a Draftsman. BREADED
e Mr. Paulk that the
OfficeSuppliesliusiness Deceased. Southeasterly direction along by ,
S !Machines of starting salary for the office secretary Travel Policy for 'Z. '
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAND NMehroou"ofarl SHRIMP
Office FurnitureSee CLAIMANTSYou State the Road No. 373. a dte- be set the same as the Wakulla County ---, 994
Call tance of 303.1 feet ; thencerun starting salary for school secre- The Board, on the motion of CR48STICKSsoz
or and each of you are North the distance of
taries.
Commissioner Strickland and
RANEY WHALEYat hereby notified and required 8J8 the ';, mboo'uendoryh of theSE to Voting for the motion Mr. I the second of Commissioner 49

: to present any claim and demands '!$ of SEA' of said Section Strickland, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Young, adopted the following

: which you or eitherof m.t; North run boundary' Westerly of male r : Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod- I policy for all County employees -

CAPITAL OFFICE you may have against the SE1, of SE'4' Nanscajlopeg( lo I denberry. and officials for IN COUNTY I
the 3
i EQUIPMENT CO. estate of RUDOLPH POOLE l..t. more or less, to thpl Moved by Mr. Strickland, Seconded TRAVEL lOt per mile for act- OYSTERS 49 I
I deceased late of said County point of beginning and con La.
by Mr. Paulk, that the ual distance traveled, no allowance .
319 South Adams St. of alnlnn 5 acres, sore or
to the County Judge i
i Corner E. IVmirolaTALLAHASSEE. lees and being situated in board accept the resignation of to be made for meals.
Wakulla County, Florida at the SE4* of SEA of said Sec. Mrs. Mary Louise Gibson as Sec- The Board further authorized the
I FLORIDA tIm. T2S R2W. FISH ROE- lb.
his office in the Court House, 2r retary to the Superintendent. Tax Assessor commence mak- 99c
Rcfprned description:
I Crawfordville Florida,within Voting for the motion : Mr. ing in county trips for tax assessment -
Commence at the Southeast DEVILEDCRAB
six ((6)) calendar months = Strickland Mr. Paulk Mr. I
corner of Section 25. Township purposes at county ex-
from the date of the first h2IS u ? Range' 2 Went ,)' Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod- pense. s in v -- 99C
publication of this notice. marked by a conCrete -
monument and run denberry. Commissioner Walker voted WE NOW HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Each claim demand must
re or thence North 00 3d1 47" East Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded a gainst the adoption of the mo I
+AIr be in writing and must state along the Section line 95.25 by Mr. Crum, that Sher- tion. &
the place of residence and feet to the centerline of BULK SEED FERTILIZER ;
ida Sanders employed as Sec- The motion of Commissioner
office address of the State Road No. 373 ; thenc ,
post run North 540 retary to the Superintendent.Voting Walkertoadoptweekly meeting
claimant and must be sworn along said centerline/I for the motion Mr. days for the Board Meeting days I
the claim'mt his 1610.77 ;
to by the agent, North 00 beet tJS 47" East Strickland, Mr. Paulk, Mr. for the Board, failed, there being I.
or his attorney or same BO.1): feet to an iron pip Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod- no second to the motion.
will become void accordingto on the Northerly right-of-
law. SUCh creditor or may line of said State Roadl I denbcrry. The Board approved the vou- SHOP LOCALLY
I 373 which is the point of'', Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded chers before them and directed AND SAVE
claimant must at the time beginning. Fro said point by Mr. Crum, that the Board that warrants be issued in pay-
of the filing of the same deliver of beginning continue North i I I
of such claim 00 5h' 47" East 212. BI! feet reimburse Wakulla County Education ment therefor.
a copy to an Iron pip; ; Association delegates There being no further busi-
_. tothe County Judge in com- South 89 20* 13"ncEeaf I $20.00 for expenses to The Flo- ness coming to the attention of Shop and Save at .
--.. pliance with Chapter 61- 487.95 feet to an iron :
rida EducationAssociation Convention the Board the same was adJourned -
o
: thence run South 00 ,
394 Laws of Florida for .
I.KON, KEPTIC TANKF.HrJF. Sine 47", West 614.15 fee i on the motion of Com- PIGOTT'S
1961. to the Northerly rlght-of-a! Voting for the motion Mr.. missioner Strickland and the second STORE
'
This 19th day of November line I of State Road 313;
1964. thence run North 54021' 13" I Strickland, Mr. Paulk, Mr. of Commissioner Young. MEDARTWE .
"' West along said Northerl Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod-
C'lean OutRepair Ight-of-way line. 596.9 Attest Moody Pearce,
/s/ Marlon Poole and !
*. feet to the begin-1 denberry.Bids Clerk
/Charles Poole ning. The laocneoio : were received for one Willard Carter NOW GIVE PLAID STAMP
New Installation Administrators of 5.0 acres, more or lens, 1 ly Graf lex 16-Model 920 Sound Approved ,
Wakull ; Chairman I
Ins and being In
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The Best For Less the Estate of RUDOLPH County. Florida Projector. Two bids were re-

POOLE, deceased. You are hereby required to ceived. Bid from Tallahassee I

Telephone HUNTER AND HUNTER file your answer with the Camera Center met all specifications -

.. TIIII.hH... Attorneys for Administrators Clerk of this Court and I $570.62. Bids from
See 877-1773 1909 Tyler Street to serve a copy thereof upon Standard School Service did not

:iNfifi:00: p.m. Hollywood Florida Ausley Ausley VcMullen meet specifications as called
O'Bryan. Michaels Mc-
211182534. ._ Gehee Attorneys for Plaintiff for in the request forbids ,

P. 0. Box 391 Tal 48864. Moved by Mr. Paulk 9 .
lahassee, Florida not later and seconded by Mr. Crum, that ,7, I,
than the 29th day of March the bid for one Graflex 16-Mo-

1965. del 920 sound be a-
GLARE'SKAKLY projector
Dees Barber ShopFOUR WITNESS my hand and official warded to Tallahassee Camera 'j 'lt
seal of said Court (
this day of February Center. The reason for award- ; <
A.D. 1963. ing the contract to the highest ;

SHOP POINTS ,'sMoody Pearceby bidder is that the specificationswere .;.. i.1.. i \; [' I
: Beatrice Dugger not met by the lowest bidder ." : .t.-\ ,,
.. BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 Clerk of the Circuit Court and their machine is not ;
EARLY AMERICANrUENCII Wakulla County Florida comparable to Graflex machine. ,1). ?

PKPVINCIAI. OPEN TIL 41-2/25.3/4.11.18. Voting for the motion: Mr. .... -.: j
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VICTORIAN 8:00 P.M. FRIDAYS Strickland, Mr. Pa ulk, Mr. "
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FURNITURE Crum Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod- ..

HELP WANTED MALE OR denberry.
Phone 385.1222 GRADY WHITFIELD FEMALEi Moved by Mr. Strickland, Seconded ,

1901 N. Monroe Sr. START A RAWLEIGH BUSINESS by Mr. Posey, that Mr. ,
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA HAROLD BM.ES-BOB CHRISTIE Real opportunity now Allen Norris and Mr. J. W.

DEE COOK. Owner for permanent, profitablework Cooper be employed as substi-

in Franklin Co. or Tay- tute bus drivers. /
lor Co. Write Rawleigh, FAB Voting for the motion Mr. I Ii

220 29, Memphis, Tenn.5t211,25,311,25,41 Strickland Mr. Paulk, Mr. r !I
Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod-

denberry.
Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded

TallahaMtt Business Firm by Mr. Strickland, that this
i Board accept the recommendation -

of Superintendent Whaleyto
I enter into an agreement with

DIRECTORYPalorniM Leon County to establish a Leon-

Wakulla County Audio-Visual

Materials Center. (Note) This

The... Advertisers will enable the schools of Wak- 27.01 MAR'is Form 31 0

ulla County to use the same audiovisual -

teaching aids that

Leon County uses and at a cost

F R M Little Folks Store O. I. GRAMLING much the less than what it would Need Personal
Inc. cost Board to purchase com- a Loan ?

"The Capital'sMajon parable materials outright. I
FEEDSFlint !! for Minors" & CO. Voting for the motion Mr.

J CMtdrtn't Fumiturt, Toyi, Strickland Mr. Paulk, Mr.
Gamti Hobbies Ont-Stop Service for Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod- TAX

Baby Aociiioriei FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry denberry. DEADLINE-APRIL 15
River Mills 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded
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K015
S. Monro ,ph. ---- -- ---
223021.'e Supplies by Mr. Crum, that a
plan of compliance with the Civil -
Garden
Tools Rights Act of 1964 be sub-
The income
tax deadline
''e So. Adams at S.A.L.R.R.CroMlnf mitted to the U. S. Office of always has a way of creeping
...... up
-- --- -- SUBER & JOHNSONSeedsFertiliserBaby' Education. I

C( Voting for the motion Mr. even though
Phone 223-0173 you are aware of it. Are
I- '''Chick* Strickland Mr. Paulk, Mr. you "down to your last

Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod-
: Ligkt Weight and RegularConerttt Farm Supplies denbeny. dollar"as a result of unforeseen

.Bloeki 1 Cor Calnes and Woodward SU. Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded emergencies, sickness, accidents -

Hanson, Wood and. Tel. 222.15960BakerAlford by Mr. Crum, that all or loss of work? If
need
bills be you extra
paid.Voting cash to
Hoel Ind.,"'Inc.S. pay your in-
for the motion Mr.
,
t Adam St at 4-Fointt Capital Stone? Co. Strickland Mr. Paulk, Mr.| come tax, see us. A low-cost

r Tel. 222-6840 P. O. Box 661 Sine. IMS. Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod- personal loan will |let you absorb


r.: MARBLE GRANITE denbeiry.Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded the cost over a period of months. Drop In and talk

BRONZE I by Mr. Posey that over your !

Co. MEMORIALS i meeting adjourn. requirements with us. You'll find
us helpful,
Voting for the motion: Mr. and

,,.. Year; "TK Part H
Inc. Anything for your auto, truck 508 W. Gain* St.-Tel. 22S-071J Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. Rod-

or tractor. Also for your power .Walter P. Buchan'.'Mgrs denberry.Mr. .

lawnmower; and much for your S. E. Roddenberry LEWIS
: ,/tMuroMM and Bond boat Chairman STATE

214 S. Adams St-Tel. 222-4680 208 N. Adam. St. t Ph. 2223880 Mr. William E. Whaley 'BA'K.Florida' :

; Superintendent .

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\:"?:''' ;. tone at auk It's Always Playtime
4':.... once the busiest SALE March 4,
# 'll lellS''I'I
\ (ut person you know. -Virginia
(;aMklll,
/ Iq \ Pennsburir (Pa. '
( V ,I'.J, Town and Country"Demand CONTINUESWe
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C-l/ <,:-<' -;; in always on the TAG OFFICE
I : : OPEN SATURDAYSTax
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: I.. ?,/ _' threshold (,f change The : I Itr'

SMOG has been accused of another crime The National Bureau of most successful of all merchants ar.e now in c* Collector J. M, Cwin

Standards says the acrid mixture of smoke and fog which has I ure those who anticipate of the county laid today that
plagued. Los Angeles and several other cities not only hinders the breath.long change in demand and our 40th year of his office would be open every -
ing of the residents but actually damages their Saturday morning until
homes.The Bureau use ailvertininir to claim afresh
that ozone, a common smog ingredient. contributes to the rapid break.says market.S, Tal- sales and service. March 20.
down of asphalt,widely used as a roofing material bert + He said that he was taking
King (County I Mo.lTrCounty i
So we arecelebrating this measure so that those who
N' wn.NO work outside the county
I now would be able to purchasetheir

auto tags prior to the
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with all time deadline.

Cvvm urged everyone to get
low prices!III!! their tags before the usual
a seasonal rush that takes placethe
i last few days before the
l LOT NO 1 deadline.
J27 N Adams Ph 224 3211
Tag sales so far have been

1963 Impala $2095 equal or above the number
ltd sold in the tame length of
door hardtop A- white
V8. automatic < "$ 4 .,:(, .> time I
trinimliilon. a
radio : } year ago.
and heater '0- .._ _..." __ Z
1963 Chewy II $189 For your i inquisitive adventii. some ,:at anytime ts playtime..
+ And cats are easil) pleased vtth simple toy empt thread
Nova Super Sport with radio, I
'i h't'l\1- f hater and standard tranimti spools, a ping'pong tI' Catnip i ball a catnip 01 rubber mouse
1'i ulon (ats low to Kit inside papci bugs mil light their way out against
t 1962 Jeep $1295 imaginary enenut'> They adou luxes tot play and napping One y
Ration Waxed. whrtl drive plaj time caution from the experts at the Purina 1'it Care Center:
with atandard shift radio and as u kitten stalks and attacks, .it'.. a Jrl eat temptation to let him
heel.r. attack you, a make believe enemy While the kitten is tiny, no I'; as
1962 Falcon $99! damage is done. But an the kitten teeth and claws get sharper toU
I,door. radio heater, Jrl black )'ou'li tind these imaginary attacks l leaves latches and bites on : !:
with WSW Urn a real harp your hands and aims To avoid trouble in the future, do not acci--
ear. dentally train 1963 Chevrolet $1895 ItentU/ t'ut. Hi'iniinbi i'-keep playtime simple and both you and
4-door Belalr VI radio heater join cat will enjoy it.GV By Mary Whitman
and automatic trantmuulm
110 Soon the season foi patriotlepatties
1963 Corvair95$1295 will be heie
Ramnslcta pick up truck These Men be held any time. I
1962 Comet $995 but February and July are fat
Standard shift. 4 door radio orttp months
SAFER 196lrGMC TODAY AND TOMORROW 1.1I1I'0hand \VaHhlngton -.

$995i blithdiyK are both good dates
BY
RALF HARDESTER
!i pick upLOT for i hlldren parties A birthday -

NO 2 Ftaturt Editor TV GUIDE MAGAZINES < party held In February
nilKht have a patriotic theme too
DOLLAR ANYWHERE 1414 S. Monroe Ph. 22:MSI ton ran be prepared with games:

1964 Chevelle $2495 TEMPLE'S: HALF-HOUR COMEDY: series r prizes hlldren I I and play will materials enjoy that and

Malibu 9 door hardtop radio pilot-titled Co Fight City Hall, although that may i lemember
II..r.heater 327 ertflne, 4 on the be (changed to just The Shirley Temple Show-has gone For example the first game of

than the dollar invest at 1963 Corvair $1745 at 20th Century Fox Miss the day could 'be a contest In
you save or Spyder convertible with S on plays a social worker. Also in the show Yankee Doodling. Just give each
the floor radio heater nice Kru chen as her supervisor and 'Ions child a box of crayons and some
a one owner real sharp autn as a co-worker. A Inttuv of big awing paper or scrapbook
LEON FEDERAL SAVINGS 1962 Plymouth $1095 "Temple is dui for I Danny Thomas's. NBC special: pages: Let them all draw cherry

Standard ahift radio heater (Comer Pyle), Mickey Konney, trees or log cabins or flags or
TAIUHASSEE buy Sinatra Dean Martin and lev Itemirk I.I beily! bells or whatever symbol .
1962" Chevrolet $1695 guests Jack Benny, Andy (>rif- of history strikes their
4 door BHaii. radio heater and i on Knolls. Sheldon Leonard and EdieAdams fancy
INSURED BY automatic tranarntsslon Producer Aaron Spelling decided toI'eshoot
FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN \ The drawings can be mounted
1961 Chevrolet $1195 the Anne Francis Honey West pilot
of ribbon from
.. :: on strips hung
W;: :\ INSURANCE CORP. VS S door Belalr with radio t (originally a Huike's law spin.oT( ) in a new 30- the walls, and prizes awarded.
'IIM'IIH' heater, automatic tranimlulon. minute format
The hostess bas decorated theM
v .fi (mured to $10,000 Larger amount thru multiple account 37000 actual mllea Shirley Temple n e
and the first
.0s.aa ; 1960 Chevrolet $1095 comedy set aeries SAMMY DAVIS CAME: UP WITH A script ene managed. /
all
Parkwond Wagon VI automatic idea for the Patty Duke Show. So it's being. titled. game at onceKvery
*r MANAGED BY EXPERIENCED FINANCIAL TEAM transmission radio and h*.t.r. "\\'ill the Real Sammy Davis Please Hang Up" and stars !guess child enjoys getting" a

It "+, ..and backed by the Federal Home Loan Bank System 1960 Jeep $895CJ "h.,. Peter "n" ford plays a camen toll ABC's Discovery 'l 65 small prize at a party points
.
nut Miry Hilt of Whitman Pub-
guit" Kitt Peak in Tucson for
S 4 wheel drive metal tab Obseivatoiy Am., a look at theme
yt4 Lrs"+e It dmri. also has heater. Good on tliiough the xvoild'a most powerful solar telescope Title llHhlng/ Company of Iladne
YOUR MONEY AVAILABLE PROMPTLYNo condition 'hllnI"! ; Ire in .\llon' new aiunrc-hrtion pro \V'Im oncln "A prize could be
BOTH LOT OPFN TILL, T no P.M. j..d. oiiirinullv Spare Family Rohinson I is now awarded for the best drawing
penaltiei no deductions no fee of any li nd. TOR YOUR CONVENIENCE h'i-t in Spine And the title of Shirley Jones' the one with the moat red or
Happily Ever: After pilot is now Dream Wife. -Ik blue In It the one with the :
: Famous OK Quality :Jtlth .nlut.y..x is filming The Legend of Jesse 4 i clearest signature and HO on:'
Before YOU save or invest SEE LEON FEDERAL FIRST! 1-Year G-W Warranty James. u half.hour Midwestern with newcomer a A Small prizes can also be awardedto
('hris Junes in the title role Jonathan Winters the child who recites or sings/
LONG TRADES- makes u tout of thf back lots of Hollywood or known the answer to easy
EASY TERMS on his NBC special. history questions
0 a
The game counter at loial
(CONNIE STEVENS AND WOODY ALLEN J varlet stores will yield many
LEON FEDERAL SAVINGS ale joining Perry ('omo in Miami Beach for hisApril I Ideas. lied white and blue bil
r J ALFORDCHEVROLET show Pheasant hunting i in South Da I ',1..1 loons mould be used aa prizes or
f -:, kota, trout fishing. in Montana and elephant Connie Stevens decoration There are puzzle
ANI LOAN ASSOCIATION F9] CO hunting in Africa are examined on the "AmerComo! show maps of the I'nltecl States a I
Ir Spoilsman MGM has Hated
r7 WE HAVE MORE: TO can been having its color' by number set 1'l\lIelllllgh
-a IV .V,1 OFFER AT ALFORD troubles In trying to make a TV series out of "Please Don't Eat lights of I'nltecl States
Over 40 Years of Eatliiytnf the Daisies" Last year the pilot was scuttled when Eleanor I : History
OM! OffiCI BRANCH OFFICE Your Automotive Need Parker, who was going to stai in it, failed to come to terms with colorful help yourself workbooksIn
the studio about money. This year Pat ('rowley was signed for the American history, and books
lend and all went well until she had a falling.out with the manage such as Trailblazers of America
"I ment-reportedly over a choice of hairdressers-and the studio Wagons: Ho Pioneers or Walt
announced that it wa terminating her contract and planned to Disney American Folklore
bring legal! action But a week later Miss Crowley returned to Coin holders are /good prizes too
i 'I't / ,, I MGM and the pilot foi NBC finally went into production. If you Insert a few bright: pen
e.. ... t nits or nickels with the Ilkenes
4 I I ses of t'.S Presidents
t\-' "
,
'- .. '" I''I Fruit punch a cake or gelatin:
,
...'. ,. / f t TALLAHASSEE THEATRES mold In the shape of a bell and "
.. : ..
.. other refreshments can carry
.' -''. \.lQ / out the rt'll"whlle-and-bllle theme
: FLORIDA STATE You may go: down In history
/
r a ; i + ? ,,, HOT IN as the best party giver: on the
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'i and Jack Lemmon Vima Usi 1 I


+ t (;::') TIlE CURSE OFFRANKENSTEIN HOW YOUR TO MURDER WIFE = ,,,c

Riding With Rover
r '

Sonic dugs just don't like! to
ELECTRIC RANGE lido in case and other: get cur
; hick Either: typo will make a
milll.'I'ahle! passe'ncci'. However.
PI KIT HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-1N you might be able to( lessen 01

AND OVEN OUTDOOR OM WOOOYIILE HWT. even eliminate tho nituation
You' doi;', unhiippmcss: might
bar inusut by. static electricity. A

THURS FRI. t.I., SA I HUBS. FRI. <, SAT static belt hung from the axle
Sir If you had to cope with flame and heat and touching the pavement has

three times a day your boiling point would be cured imtny dogs of car sickness
It has aUo made
tiding pleasant
low, tool After all, Mom has been pretty patient FIRST MEN IN TIlE MOON for other dogs.Veterinarians.

up to now cooking on that cranky old range and Two Documentary Films I now have calming .

scrubbing sooty pans, worrying about fumes But MONDO CANE Color dings for excitable dogs If
KISSES FOR MY PRESIDENT your dOll actually gets mction
her to much longernowthat
can t expect go on
you Friday C Saturday Bonus Feature and sick consult the veterinarian fur
her best friend has a modern flameless electric range a remedy Usually the drug recommended
with exact temperature control, and a new THE BRIDGE WOMEN OF THE WORLD : Mill prevent motion
sickness for much 8 hours.
9 as aa
cool
easy-cleaning: oven I But things down Some doers insist on hanging

fast when you switch to electric cooking! itI their hands out of the window
I
I Do it now and save up to $601 whilo riding Tho experts at the
c Purina IVt Cate Center advise
a f : I you never to Iel'mit thin Bits of

P I SWITCH NOW AND SAVE *25ORIf 8601 his grit: e>may es. Oi easily, your be dog driven may into get

flame. flame less nasal and eye inflammation just
from to
switch type
you from the wind. Either make him
electric cooking, as a customer of Florida Power F1"dd', For et Service keep his place in the car or close
d Corporation, you'll be given an installation the window most of the way.
Rait-fill R?jc.t, If Rover is driving out of thecountty
allowance of $25 if your appliance dealer TI:' > Fljr'iJ'' Forvrt ';r'vie n-tcita tbd with you, don't forgetto
receives your order between February lit check health requirements.
f.+fjl1ct.in ninfe.ll r"::or.le at 'akullu Cc, Canada health certificate
and Marra 3t f st But that's not all! requires a
Tc.r :'s for tha wsrk of February 23, thj-u and a rabies vaccination

Switch during Ftbrwry if Math fr.m lemo-tyie It laimltsi ,l lKtriC .. Lard! 1, 195e dog certificate have! Oi down, if you Mexico and way your

RANGE and uve. $25 jour dog must have been vac.
cinated against sables within the
WATER HEATER and save $25 Cr.1 /i' rJviUe Tower. .1C past year. A few precautions

t BOTH and save . . $60 Noort Tower 'j.OC will make it a happier trip for
both of "ou.llarch .
County Avrai,3 6.05
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23, 1901 Opera
71 9 615 ea4rif F1 t"-" Ra1'trt. tar Madame Nellie Melba

rt1{ IU FiN since JsL-unry: i, 19t5__ 3Flr3 revealed her methods for
: FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION \ Bute Jerlv: 1.,1. yeas preparing: a diet toast The
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? > raw ua'e.rae _'(011.0-- sumac cm-use Aerec burr.ed chit! ;'ear ? Pet! idea caught on and the com-
mercial use of Melba Toast
Acr burned oam Aerial! li t year ___26.C soon followed.iWi' .

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I -- SOPCHOPPY NEWSBy ;4 1t'u1ii.u..couJII'n ""n-

ELAINE'SBeauty ,. Thursday. March 4. 11185
HOMEMAKING THE Louise C. SappA r

I special meeting was held by

CFIRISTIflDSCIFOCE the Lion Club Monday night,I'I'I Its Time
February 22. Honored guests Coming-Out
were District Governor Carl A-
: Shop II'r dam*and daughter of Tallahas

see. Discussions projects and For Termites Again
inviting I new members were
mOnITOR held. The regular meeting was "
held Monday night, March 1. Ca r //A' '

NOW OPEN 7:30 P.M.
Mr. and Mrs. Braxton Barwick
EACH VWFSUTV and daughter, Rose Ann, visit
Accurate relatives in Orlando over the
OPENS AT 9 AM weekend. Saturday they attended I rL41
Complete the annual Rodeo in Kis-
CLOSED ALL DAY TUESDAY PHONE' "WA6-3601 CHANNEL 11 cimee. They came back by Ocala -
I visited former Ranger
NEXT DOOR TO THE DRUG STORE Helpful household hints and recipes News Bob Jackson and and family.Mr. .
from Mrs. Marjorie Hartman

Home Service Adviser Coverage and Mrs. Clinton Edwards'

and family of Thomasvllle,
Ca., visited friends and rela-.
3 77***+*74'/" I tives over the weekend.

:. .: FLORIDA iostor* Weekend guests of Mr. and

1he t Qldiww, 1h Q1d im& A CORPORATION POWER lOlANGtll* family Mrs. George Included Strickland Mr. and Mrs.and

,..... ...... I IONDOM
-- ''' Jack Edwards and girls of Cocoa,
r;;, I and MX. and Mrs. George Ed
Strickland and baby of Talla
I y.., $14 II Months $12 hassee.
V':
..: i\ t March 4, 1917- At the
." :\}.' :: I i Month.$6 .
convening of Congress Jean- Clip Mir w 1o1041T
610 ,:: : .."... M wrth rwr thick III Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Roberts
I 'I nette Rankin, representativefrom __ ..., te, and daughter, Darlene, visitedMr.
......
Montana, became the Tea ChrfeMm N.f.l<.r MrMt MMllwOm and Mrs. Bud Roberts and
"Parents are people who "A woman driver Is known first woman to sit in either Into*, M.... Oil IfIPSIS family Sunday afternoon.
bear infants, bore teenagers. by the fenders she keeps." house.
and board newly-weds." Miss Nona Revell and Miss
Zelda Stuber of Tallahassee visited -
Mrs. Amanda Struber last

weekend.Mr. .

and Mrs. Joe Edwards of '
'
Tallahassee were social visitors
last Saturday. Termites aren't know to hate a high school of their own, or evento
alllh-VerSarY run Janet, but entomologlitt of the National Peas Control Aao-
I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Haugh- i elation lay that the springtime nfarmlng of the termite li part o/
tonof Tampa visited Mrs. Deli i their courtship prior to telling' up housekeeping
ma Roberts Thursday night. I
II I It's "coming out" time again how It has been furrowed and will
Mrs. Ethelle Revell of Talla- for a socially\ minded insect realise how well the termites
distinction scout for food supplies. If, as
I which hag the dubious
hassee spent last week visitingMr. of eating Its way through they travel, they run up againsta
41ST and Mrs. Bun Simmons. $250,000.000 worth of building house foundation, they search
lumber every year. out any possible openings and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown representing Coming out time for the ter. usually find even the smallest
SALESTORE the Sopchoppy area, mite one of man's oldest and crack. Then they move In. formIng .
and Mrs. J. D. Turner and Mrs. perhaps his wiliest enemy,means what amounts to a continuous
Nelton Jernigan, Wakulla, attended warming time, a phenomenonof supply line of tiny tunnels.
the American Cancer termite social life which starts But, Dr. Spear adds, termite.
Society Area Crusade Confer In Florida and California in February damage can be prevented. Modern
the Floridan Hotel on moves north with the season scientific methods can keep
at
ence and continues through most termites out of buildings and can
February 25th. Mr. Corky llen- of the warm months of the year. kill those which have gotten in.
drickson is Wakulla County To avoid trouble with this
Dr.
time, warns
Crusade Chairman this year,but Swarming J. technical director costly and almost universal pest,
due to illness in his family he of Philip the National Spear Pest Control Asso I the NPCA expert advises regular
WIDEONCE was unable to attend the confer- elation Is when the wile home, checkups by experienced pest
ence. tore, restaurant or building control operators especially
owner must be on the lookout.The I when termites have been seen
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Davit and swarming from structures and
daughter, Diane, Mr. and Mrs. signs are a flock of insects the hiring of a reputable and rec
which look like winged ants fly ,ognised pelt control firm when
Luke Bass and daughter, Barbara
This
ing around the premises.
of Moultr ie Ca., spent the means termites are nearby and the pests are discovered.
A YEAR weekend at their River View that young couples from the I "There are no good" bargain
looking fora termite control Jobs, Dr. Spear
homes. coming out party are
said, "but good control costs far
place to light and start a new less than many home repairs and
Attending the plstxict WSCS colony. ,the home owner who calls In a
Meeting at Quincy Centenary Termites inhabit the soil i reputable firm will be surprised
Ch urch on Monday were the throughout most of the temper. 'bow reasonable his service can
Shop til 8 PM Rev. and Mrs. Jesse Baker, Mrs. ate and tropic zones of the earth's bs.
Macon Rudd and Mrs. Ralph crust and are constantly searchof The NPCA executive noted that
Brown. their only foodstuff cellu moat chambers of commerce and
lose. Since wood Is the chief and Better Business Bureaus county
The Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Baker most common source of cellulose, Agricultural Extension Agents
and the Rev. and Mrs. Frank they are na.turally.nou.h searchIng and the NPCA at 250 West Jersey
Welch attended the Methodist for wood. Street, Elisabeth, New Jersey,
Men's Ladles Night supper last Anyone who has left a stake,' will furnish the names of reliable
evening at Canabelle. In the ground for a few months, termite control men in any
SALE PRICES GOOD ONLY Thursday Rev. Welch spoke on the topicof and then pulled It out, has seen neighborhood.

"The Fear of Failing". He 4
also preached at First Methodist
Church in last Sunday,
Perry I

THRU SAT. MARCH 6 filling Pastor the Paul pulpit Stewart.in the absenceof l4tedical .:ogress


Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Rogers ; wJ m'1, I
and family of Tallahassee spent 'I(
the weekend with her parents, N aJ
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harms.

Asthma and the Age of the Aerosol
Mrs. Florida Roberts Is In Tal-
FREE DELIVERY lahassee with her daughter, Mrs. Millions of Americana who
Inez Yent. Mrs. Robert's bro- suffer from asthma: broncho
ther Morrison, is seriously spasm and emphyxcma have Q
Clyde been given greater relict and 1...
111 In Tallahassee Memorial
new freedom In living because ofa A .
EVERY DAY TO Hospital. father's concern for his -
daughter.Dr. rA = Ik
9/
PERSONALSMrs.
CMWF0RDVILLE I
George Malaon's daughter ,
\
was 12 when she came down
WAKU1LA CO.OVER. C. L. Rehwinkel, Mrs. with a common cold which developed
Charles Dawson, and Mrs. Lena into Loeffler's Syndrome .
Stafford attended the WSCS a form of widespread
Meeting In Quincy Monday. pneumonia roughly like snow .J
fall In the lungs. This In turn deliver medication by Inhalation.
PIECES Mr. Sam Lolly patient in led to asthma, and the girl was Because the product was to be
1OOO Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. hospitalized for six weeks. Doctor Inhaled by people, the development
and Mrs. Malson had their of this device was much
daughter home for only 72 hours more complex than with other
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bobby Caus- before taking her back to the aerosols. Extensive evidence had
Reduced to seaux and son, William Bobby, hospital for six more weeks. to be gathered by the scientists
returned to their home in Tallahassee She came home again, only to at Riker Laboratories on the
after spending a week be forced back Into the hospital safety of Inhaling the propellants .
SPECIAL SALE PRICE With Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hen- by asthma and pneumonia, while the suspending agents, and
drlckson. Dr. and Mrs. Malson began the the final formulation.
long program so familiar to par. This same group scored many
\ Arble E. Hendrickson, Jr.,' cots with asthmatic children. more firsts in designing Medina-!
returned home from Tallahassee They checked out pets, dust, er, Rlker's name for their pressurised .
Memorial Hospital. He was material, everything she might dispenser of aerosolized
to have had surgery, but dev- be allergic to In the home. When medication. For the first time,
6 eloped an ear Infection. the young girl finally returned I the drug was precisely measur
Register for Drawing Mar. home to stay, It was to take up ed. The patient received the
the life of an asthmatic'I same amount with each Inhalation I
':" permanently. since a dose was no'I
m \ For her parents, that meant longer dependent upon the force
lung nights sitting up with their exerted by a user's hand or by
NOTHING TO BUY AND YOU DONT HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN 1jk. child as she struggled to breathe. I the length of time a valve was
In those days, the device most depressed. The whole unit was
often prescribed to forestall or I sufficiently small and compact
combat asthma attacks was the I to be used by asthmatic sufferers
II"ChSilIe nebulizer, a glass device similar Inconspicuously. I

FREE REFRESHMENTS YOUR VISIT TO OUR STORE Now therefore our God we In principle to a perfume atom. When Introduced In March of
The rubber :
Izer. girl squeezed a 1956. Medlhaler met with great
thank thee.-(I Chron.29.13) bulb and Inhaled the medication I
FOR EVERYONE WILL BE APPRECIATED I .enthusiasm from Dr. Maiaon'sdaughter
If we can gather the courage which was sprayed into her other asthmatics, end
to say "Thank You God mouth.Dr. their physicians. Since then, !
liaison soon discovered Medlhaler has undergone constant
for everything!I" when we experience
nebulizers bad many shortcom. Improvement In 1962, a i
a trial or tribulationand Ings. For Instance they were newly-designed adaptor was Introduced .
mean It-then we shall costly and, because they were which did away with
have taken the first step made of glass and had to be all assembling. The same year,
TALLAHASSEEFURNITURE toward overcoming the difficulty cleaned frequently, they often Medihaler-Duo cams Into being
Every challenge is an broke. for potent and prolonged reliefof
faithin The young girl struggled with acute and chronic bronchial
to our
opportunity prove these awkward nebulizers for asthma. Today Medlhaler-Duo '
God and His goodness. years. All alone Dr. Malson felt and Medinaler-Iso are available
--- there must be a better way Hs I only with a doctor's prescription
found It one day when he was I while Medlhaler-Epl can be pur.
present at a demonstration of anew I I chased without prescription in a
CO. aerosol device that delivered drugstore.
measures of perfume. Perhaps Thanks to the remarkable effectiveness .
DIAL 222-0226 something like this device was of these three Medl-
.r 1C the answer for his daughter and balers, the lives of asthmatics,
508 W. BREVARD ST. millions of sufferers like her i like Dr. Malson's daughter ares
Perhaps It could be adapted to II I great deal easier these dall.I .
I I