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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUMN 66 NUMBER? 47 I CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA 32327 I THURSDAY. JULY 22, 1016 PRICK_. !. CENTS PER COPY.


NOTES OFF THE CUFF LETTER TO THE EDITORDear i CANCER NEWS (f[MISSION SCHOOL OF SCHEDULED CHRISTIAN FOR "ACTIVE SERVICE PERSONNEL .tt \

By Keith Lee EditonAt During its 1965- 1966 fiscal GI INSURANCE
year, the Florida Division of METHODIST WOMEN
The monsoons are still mon- the July 19 meeting of the the American Cancer Societyand St. Petersburg, Fla. M. T. ,

sooning around the county Wakulla County School Board Its county units will operateon Methodist Women of Florida Dixon, of the Florida Depart-

A report Monday afternoon thatit the Superintendent, William E. a$1,200,000 budget to con- arc making plans to attend the ment of Veterans Affairs, advises -
annual School of Christian Mis-
hailed In the Hudson Heights Whaley, had a list of men to tinue and expand Its year-round that approximately 1500
section of Crawfordville, size sion to be held on the campusof Insured in-service active mili
consider for principal of the cancer control progra ms of pub-
of marbles, we are told- no report Crawfordville School. There lic and professional education, Florida Southern College, tarypersonnel who hold perma-
of damage Clerk Lakeland, July 2330. The under in-
any were not even enough School cancer research projects and services nent plan policies
Pearce has not made a school is sponsored by the flo- service waiver should
Moody Board members present to makea for needy cancer patients.The premium ,
rida Conference Woman's Society -
final report on his gatheringsfrom contact their Personal Affairs
majority, and the meeting had announcement was made "
the West Coast Did of Christian Service and Officers to determine whetheror
yet. to be canceled. Only Tillis this week when Dick Pope, Jr.,
not know till the E.V.1. (ever Strickland of River Sink and of Cypress Gardens, state chairman Wesleyan Service Guild, The not It would be to their advantage rrN

lovin' wife) started wrapping a Bobby Jean Paulk of St. Marks of the 1965 educational and Methodist Church. to continue or Mop the
that Pee Wee Vause has got President of the Florida Con- waiver. .
pot attended the meeting, and theyare fund-raising Crusade, reportedto
hitched the bride Is former the only two members who the Society's Board of Direc- ference Is Mrs. C. Durward The insured will be Informedof TfrT y,

Homecoming Queen at C'ville do so consistently. The school tors that the Society's goal of Johnson of Quincy. Other Con- refunds that may be due because c '
The folks had ference officers within the Tal- of the waiver and how to
H. S. lady a attorney, Donald Tucker, was $1,200,000 had been reached. 'Jj 1W
kitchen shower for her at Mrs. also present. Those absent were Pope commented that this new lahassee District who expect to apply for such refunds. Dixon
ucker's. .. Pearce be in Lakeland for the schoolare all in-service personnel to
Louise Jack Edison of urges
Roddenberry Sopchop- high record of giving came Members of the Panacea Volunteer Fire Department last week
Mrs. T. Jason Kennon of check their status of
Col-
will enter Madison Junior who called and said he present
was from voluntary contributionsfrom completed a 4 evening course held at the Panacea Women's Clubon
P.r'
this fall Prof. Harold Live Oak and Mrs. Lyon B. Cros- Government insurance program -
lege attend Po-
busy" to Bobby thousands of Floridians Rinal Fire Fighting, conducted by the Florida Forest Service in
will be at by of Greensboro. so they will know the advantages -
Blanton Principal sey of Crawfordville, who was individuals, employee, civic, cooperation with the Wakulla County Civil Defense. Over 20
Senior Theme for this year's school and disadvantages of
James Rickards Junior vacationing In Idaho, and Hen- social and trade and Industry members of the organization received Certificates of Training on
Is "Mission -- The Christian'sCalling" their insurance under
High School in Tallahassee Crum of Panacea who has retaining
ry groups, along with special gifts satisfactorily completing the course.
Sunday visitors-in Crawfordvillewere had a stroke and Is not able to from corporations, city, state Service Guild in-service premium waiver. Shown receiving instruction on Map Reading in the locations of
The Wesleyan
,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bon- attend except under extreme dif and federal agencies. He remarked whose members consist of Me- fires arc, left to right, Assistant Chief Cecil Nichols, T. L. Stoke-
yata and family, former District ficulty. that cancer is becomingmore ly, Instructor Forester Wallace Bailey, Phillip Hansen and tho
thodlstwomenwho are employed -
Ranger, U. S. Forest Ser- Each these men receive and more everybody's business Rev. A. V. Pickem ot the Panacea First Baptist Church.
\ice .. There warm days make $100 for attending this one and concem and more is will hold Its thirteenth annual -

you want to get out the old hand meeting a month. They get this being given to help control and weekend school July 23-25. i .
Il4r.
cranked ice cream freezer money whether they attend or conquer the disease. "Person- Registration for Guild members Ii: ,
will begin Friday, July 23, at f
Political around Tal- When
activity not. they campaigned, ally, I want to extend my ap-
lahassee says that Hal Davis of each one said he would do his preciation he said "to the 4:00 P. M. in the Panhellcnlc Y
,
Quincy thinking about tossinghis utmost to improve the school: more than 65, 000 men and women Building. Sessions start Satur- ; j. FI)
hat Into the ring for the 5th system in Wakulla County. At throughout the state who day at 9iOO A. M., and will include -

Senatorial District, which Includes previous call meeting held on participated In the campaign. presentation of the approved -

Cadsden, Liberty, Franklin July 8, neither Henry Crum nor They tirelessly made solicita- studies, Bible Study, r e ..List
Gulf and Wakulla Counties special program Interests, techniques -
Bobby Posey was present. tions and in addition performedan
under the yet to be accepted The Wakulla County School important public health service and films for use with the

. reapportionment plan system has recently undergone -- the free distribution of studies, and the Sacrament of
Rumors still that former which make it Holy Communion.The .
persist changes impera- more than one million pamphlets -
Senator Scott Kelly will oppose tive that every man on the board titled, 'Answers To Cancer Twentieth annual Wo-
Cov. Haydon Burns .. Some be present at every meeting. In Questions Which Concern You. "" man's Society of Christian Ser-

are awaiting U. S. Senator the last month the following Dr. Edwin H. Updike, Ocala, vice school will get underway
,Smathers decision as to what he positions have been vacated president of the Society's Flori- Monday, July 26, with registra-

will do Comptroller Ray the Crawfordville principal, the Division, outlined allocations tion beginning at 9:30 A.M. in
Green stated that he did not expect the the Branscomb Memorial Audi-
County Supervisor, County which will be made from the v ,
to resign before his term Guidance Counselor, the Craw- minimum $1,200,000 budget, torium. The opening session .
expires) he also did not say he fordville Girls' Physical Education recommended by the Board of will begin at 2:00 P. M. with a k ,

would not seek reelection .. Instructor, the School Me- Directors. For cancer research, Platform Hour. 1 .l 4 F
The Sacrament of Com-
Many who follow state politicssay chanic, the Agriculture tea- 33 percent; public and professional Holy tIr
that Treasurer Broward Williams cher, the Crawfordville Special education, 30 percentl) munion will! be observed Mon- yF

has the same intense driveas Educatlonteacher, and one junior patient services, 17 percent; day evening ,
the Book of
the late Mr. Larson whom he high school position. Teachers field studies, organization and A Bible Study on r

'served under for a number of must report to duty in Wa- administration, 11 percent; educational Acts will be T.conducted Osbom daily by "l

years; his department stays gear- kulla County schools in less thana and fund-raising Crusade Dr. Robert Depart-
ed for action at all times .. month's time. The notion 9 percent. ment of Religion, Duke Univer-
f
Word has it that Sen. Jerry that a principal T will be easy to I Dr. Updike also commented sity. ,
Thomas Is still thinking. We get because 11 men have applied I as follows In his report "Al- In addition to courses for a- r
class for Senior HighMYFglrlswlll
hear that Charles Carter is still Is not necessarily true. I though progress Is being madeIn dults, a be taught by Mrs. .v -1'.

lookingtoward the old Supreme These same applicants have also the cure rate of cancer, we ._
Cook Assistant
Court Building.. Florida Pub- applied at many other places, still face a disturbing health Polly Director Lassiter of Wesley ,Foundation, EXPLOSIVE DEMONSTRATION Fritz Mercer (second from right), Fire Specialist with the Ethyl

lic Service Comm. for you that and unless a decision Is made problem here In Florida. Can- University Miami. Topic for Corporation of New York, gives demonstration on the flammable nature of petroleum products in St.

don't know .. soon they may not be available, cer is still our number 2 killer this course Is "Mission The Marks. Looking on, from left, are Melvin E. Shuttles, T E. Pic kern and at far right, Floyd Mont-
orthe least qualified will be left disease. Last year, it took the Christian's Calling". mollln. The demonstration was sponsored by the Murphy Oil Company and attended by members of

to choose from. For many of lives of 9, 668 fellow Floridians. Miss Judy McLarty of Chatta- the Woodville Volunteer Fire Department, St. Marks, and Panacea Volunteer Fire Fighting Units.
FURTHER EDUCATION FOR the jobs, such as the special education During the next 12 months, an hoochee will the
teacher the Board will estimated 18,000 represent youngpeople
NATIONAL new cancer
RESERVE AND of the ChattahoocheeFirst
be lucky to have applicantsat cases will develop citi-
any among Methodist Church at this CIVIL SERVICE GIVES
GUARD OFFICERS all. This is the field in I zens of all ages. It is the prime

13 which there are more jobs than object of the American Cancer session. EXAMINATIONS
Jacksonville, Fla., July :
there are people to fill them.If Society and its dedicated volunteer tis-
and Two examinations were :
All U. S. Army Reserve new ::!!
L!
National Guard officers in the this isn't enough of a vafb- to help curb these Increasing announced by the U. S. Civil

Tallahassee and Gainesville areas lem, the Board is often split 2- statistics with carefully 4-H CLUB MEMBERS Service Commission this week.

who are interested in furthering 2 because the fifth manAs not planned cancercontrol programsand TO ATTEND WORKSHOPMore One offers young people thinkIng _

their military education, there to break the tie. Tlut it projects. about their first job an op-
five were chosenNfci than 100 4-H Club mem- become technical
bccomingbranch qualified, pre- why men portunity to
for or in receiving the Board in the first placl. bers from Wakulla County and assistants to engineers and
paring promotion REPORT FROM COUNTY I
other West Florida counties will
credit points toward their The man most absent is physically scientists in many professionalfields.
military retirement, will be afforded unable to attend becauseof HEALTH DEPARTMENTThe attend expense-paid electric A written test Is required. -

an opportunity to receive a stroke he had prior to the workshop at Camp Timpoochee In addition six months of
first-hand information on how to start of his new four-year term. Wakulla County Health July 26-28. pertinent experience of graduation -
do so during the first week of One can sympathize with his Department has just received Object of the workshop Is to from high school is quali
1965.Colonel. condition, but unless he resigns complete laboratory reports on provide training in both house- for grade CS-2 (Paying
August the analysis of water for the hold and Industrial of $3,680
James L. Fortuna, no one can be chosen by the aspects a year). An additional
Commandant of the Jacksonville County Democratic Committeeto Panacea Area Water System, electricity, the functioning of year of experience or education

USAR School, will be at the take his place and to cast the Inc. The Interpretation is that electric motors, electric safety above the high school level Is
Talmadge Whiddon Army Reserve deciding vote so necessary to the well field for this system has and other subjects. A generous required for grade CS-3 (paying

Center, 222 Ausley Rd., get the work done at the meet- tapped into an excellent water serving of food, fun and fellow- M,005 a year Interested applicants
source. The water meets all also dished for the
ship is up
Form
Tallahassee, from 1OOO A.M.to should file Card
5:00 P. M. 1 August 1965, ings.Making policy for 1400 school! the requirements and standardsfor youngsters; SOOO-ABwlththe Board of U. S.Civil .
set electric
a public drinking water Additional workshop*
accompaniedby members of his children is not a child's gameto Service Examiners, Army
the United I States Public conducted at Camp McQuarrie -
staff, to meet with and discuss be taken lightly. If a man by are Map Service, 6500 Brooks Lane,
the opportunities afforded officers is disabled, has to have thai Health Service and the Florida and Camp Cloverleaf for Washington, D. C. 20315. Full
through their possible enrollment vacation (which can easily be State Board of Health. 4-H members from other sections Information It contained In An-
to the report the of the state. A total of
According
in Command and Gen- taken between monthly meet- nouncement No. 360-B.
eral Staff and Common Career Ings), or "too busy" to attend, water will be comparativelysoft more than 345 4-H members are Jobs as Apprenticeship and

Courses which will be taught by then he should resign at once. non-corrosive, colorless, expected to attend this year. Training Representatives for the
the school's satellite unit at the Taxes will soon be raised in odorless and tasteless. The report The electric camps are sponsored Department of Labor were also
Reserve Center. akulla County to support the further indicates that thereis each year by the Florida announced this week. Applicants -

During the same hours on 7 schools at a local level. Do no unnatural contamination Electric Cooperatives Associa- must have had appropriate
into the source. This tion In cooperation with the Flo-
August 1965, Colonel Fortuna you want your money to go to getting Industrial, trade union, trade
that chemical fertilizers Agricultural Extension Ser-
no
and his staff will be at Gaines School Board salaries for men means association, or similar experience
ville'.Ca las Rodney Layton USA ,., too busy elsewhere to attend, from farm fields are seeping vice.A. which Included the devel- 0ev, and Mrs. Hajdon Burns attend 1966 sight session

R Center, 1125 N.E. 8th Ave., or on vacation, or would you through, no Industrial wastes, M. (Ray) Pettis, agricul- opmentor administration of ap- of en te.
that it for better buses no sewage pollution, and no e- tural engineer from the Univer- train i -
to meet with USAR and NC of- prefer go prenticeship or Ing pro
that bet- vidence of past pollution.The sity of Florida, is statewide coordinator See Announcement No. SPONSORS OF
ficers In that area relative tc ( are kept running), gram. RALPH D. BRAREN
enrollment in the same coursei ter equipment, and more supplies State Board of Health Regional for the workshops. 361-B. Apply to the Board of SOFTBALL TEAM

to be taught at the Gainesville for your children?.. who Laboratory in Tallahassee Personnelfrom Talquin Electric U. S. Civil Service Examiners, Funeral services for Ralph D.
Center.In have to walk the streets selling has processed a long seriesof Cooperative and other electri- Department of Labor, Washington Braren, 21, Crawfordville, were The boys that made up the
announcing the forthcomingvisits chances, magazine subscriptions bacteriological water samples cal co-opt In West Florida will D. C. 20210.AnnolD1cements held at Culley's Funeral Home Softball team of Wakulla County -

to acquaint Interested officers cakes, and fish fries to on'the first well which Indicate help provide the Instructors. and appro- Chapel at 2iOO P. M. Sunday. would like to give special

with the benefits afforded buy the things for the Wakulla that no harmful bacteril Bascom Mahaffey and Davis Ke- priate forms may be obtained The Rev. Fred W. Pfotenhauer thanks to the following peoplefor

through studies, Colonel Fortuna County Schools that should be are getting Into the well. ver, of the Talquln Electric' from Mr. Audie Smith, Examin- officiated and burial was at sponsoring us in the tournament -

said that the courses taught are paid for out of school funds. According to Dr. P. H. Smith, Cooperative, have been selected er-in-Charge, located in Room Crawfordville Cemetery. In Tallahassee

equal to those at resident Institutions Wakulla County Health Officer, to give instructions at the 39, Basement, Tallahassee Post He died Wednesday night at D. E. Vause- Vause's Grocery
and are considered to be Sincerely, and Bill Braatz, Sanitation DIr- workshop. Quite a few boys and Office, or from the Board of Examines Racine, Wls. as a result of an In Panaceas Warren Crum-
Harold C. Smith }
much more effective and desirable Mrs. ector, "the people in Panacea girls from this area plan to attend above.COVERED accident while returning home Crum and Colvtn Construction in

than pursuing similar responsible for this project can from separation from the,Navy. Panacea] James Taylor of Tay-

courses through correspondence. take pride In bringing this hlgr A native of Daytona Beach, he lor's Gulf Station at Panacea
Officers in the Tallahassee Monogram has put two of IU quality water to this communi had lived in Crawfordville since Bridget D. Strickland -

area, who desire further inform- real custom ear on a tour of ty". 1959. He was a member of Em- Strickland's Gulf Station In Sop-
ation about the courses prior to the United Statea and Canada. NOTICE manuel Lutheran Church of chopryj and John Plggott Plg-
The Predict and the Liz Coffin DISH AT Medart
the 1 August meeting, may call Kingston, N. Y. grocery la
California
of the
222- are part Did you notice that iports- WOMAN'S CLUB Surviving are his .lrs. "Thanks".
Center there
the Reserve at Cuatom Car Caravan that will type like the Lola and Deadline for News Copy Is parents,
ears
4533. Those interested In additional be appearing at local fain this Lotus have taken over the Indianapolis 913Q A.M. on Tuesdays. Due Louise Braren of CrawfordvlUe,
information prior to 7 summer and alL Theae are the IOOT The Offtn.hauiera to production costs, it has become The Crawfordville Woman'sClub and Walter R. Braren of Yuma,
August la the Gainesville area ears from which Monogram'akita that vied to rule the necessary eruorce newt: will have a covered dish AriL | brother, Walter R. Bra- NOTICEAU
may call the Reserve Center were derived. Both won brickyard are too heavy to beat deadline. supper August 3 at SiOO: P.M.Thlswtll ren, III! CrawfonMQei three
there at 3722578. many custom ear award be- I out the lighter machines Sporta copy Please help us to give you t be Family Night and sisters Jacqudyn BranD, Craw Cards of Thanks for LavedOnesorFriendapubllsbed
fore they were retired from earl are favorites on slot racing better all members are urged to come fordville Mrs. Elma Musgrove In
competition. W5 tracks too with all the real paper. Editor and bring all the family of Tallahassee and Janice Braren The Wakulla County News-

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JVAKUJ-LA CQUNTY ,.:
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I In the Circuit Court of the Second NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
APPLICATIONFOR
12 THURSDAY. JULY 22. NP'1, NOTICE OF APPLICATION NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR NOTICE OF TAX DEED Judicial Circuit, la and TAX DEED
FOR TAX DEED .
NOTICEIt TAX DEED For Wakulla County, Florida.In
given, that Chancery. Case No. _. Notice Is hereby given, that
Notice is hereby given, that is the purpose and Intent of Notice it hereby given, that Notice Is hereby the holder of the FREEMAN, St. Joe Paper Company, the
\ the W. C. Pearce, the holder of I the Board of County Commls- TilUs Strickland, Jr., the holder Jack Tucker certificates, hal file| WILLIE Plaintiff, holder of the following certificates -
WAKULLA-- following certificates has loners of Wakuila County to of the following certificate following for a tax dee DIVORCE has filed said certificates
filed said certificates for a tax meet on the 6th day of August has filed said certificates for a said certificates vs. tot a tax deed to be Issued
The
COUNTY NEWS deed to be issued thereon. The 1965 at 8:00 A. M. and adopt tax deed to be issued thereon. to be Issued thereon. certiflcatenumberundyeanof issuance PEARL FREEMAN, thereon. The certificate numbers -

certificate numbers and yean following supplementalbud- The certificate numbers and of the Defendant. and yean of issuance, the
Telephone WAluit i-1101 of Issuance, the description of get; affecting the General Revenue yean of Issuance, the descrip- the description In NOTICE TO APPEAR description the property, and
the names
and
the property, and the names in and the Road and Bridge tion of the and the property, TOi the names In which It was assessed -
FLORIDA
which It was assessed are as fol- funds of Wakuila County property which it was assessed are as follows THE STATE OF as follows
assessedare are
., lowsi names in which it was Pearl Freeman
From the General Revenue as follows.Certificate : Unknown Certificate No. 21, 22, 23
Certificate No. 8. 7 6 4 3 Fund transfer the Road Certificate No. 7 Address
Virginia, K.!fhll.r Editor Year of 1963 to No. 47, 49, 51 of Issuance 1962 Year of Issuance 1961
Issuance and Fund Account Year notified that a
--. Bridge Year of issuance 1963 Lots Youare hereby Descrip'ion! of Property Lot
Description of Property Lots No. 415 (This amount represents Description of Property has been brought 4 Lots 7-10-11
for divorce 12 1
Lot 48 suit Squire ,
,
frublhher Description Property:
14 Panacea
Fad Kflghtley 17 C 18 Block N, Aqua deVlda 134 and 136 Block Court
surplus receipts a- in the Circuit 6 and Lots 8 and 10
Block D, Lot 5, Block 0, Mag- zalnstyou Square ,
Sub. Lots 18 C 19
Block "R"
bove budgeted receipts) Park. Florida In
Entered at Crtwfordvillt.! \ Floridfni Magnolia Gardens Sub., Lots nolia Gardens and Lot 36 Block Name in which assessed Roy of Wakuila County, Square 11, Town of Waneta.
$ 7,230.16From
Willie Freeman,
which assessed Un-
"E" Subdivision. by Name In
Aqua de Vida Chancery,
4 C 6 Block 34 lot 13 Block .
tMond el n matter. Subwrip the General Revenue Jenkins.All requires to
26 and Lots 1 52 Block 25 Name in which assessed Cus- said being in and you are hereby known.
of
Fund, Account No. 675 property Circuit
Clerk of the
tion $3.00 tav ReM Wilma Porter, AnnieE. lie with the All of said property being in
repo: per J" Townsite of St. Marks. Control Transfer the County of Wakulla, State of
(Mosquito )
Smith. Court your written appearance I the County Wakuila, State of
Name In which assessed N. :
Horida.
tothe Road and Fund
Bridge laid suit and to serve a
All of said being in in Florida.
A. Johnson Rancle property certificate or certificates -
McKinney, Account No. 415- Unless such attorney -
Ben StoutamIre the county of Wakulla, State of redeemed copy of same on plaintiff's Unless such certificate or cer-
Thomas Ash- $ 3000.00 shall be ac- 2nd
the day
Florida. before shall be redeemed
on or tificates ac-
ton and described -
Ben Stoutamlre. Total of this cording law the property
REAL ESTATE All of said property being in Unless such certificate or cer- in such certificate or of August, A.D. 1965. Herein cording law the property des-
I SupplementalBudget tificates shall be redeemed the bill In this cause cribed In such certificate
according
the County of Wakulla, State $10,230.16Board certificates will be sold to the fail not or or:
Homes AClelgeWatufront of Florida. to law the property described bidder atthe court house will be taken pro confesso. certificates will be sold to the '
iota Unless such certificate of County Commis- in such certificate or highest in Witness the Honorable W. May highest bidder at the courthouse
or cer- the first Monday
tificatesshall be redeemed according sioners, Wakulla County, certificates will be sold to the door Month on of August, 1965, which Walker, Judge of the said Court, door on the first Monday
Florida highest bidder at the court Seal thereof, at Craw- In Month of Au 1965
HENRY WILLWMS to law the property described isthe 2nd of August, 1965.Dated and the glut ,
day
REALTY BROKER in such certificate or MP house on the first Monday in this 29th day of June, fordvllle, Wakulla County, Florida which the 2nd day of August,
O.I to 275 certificates will be sold to the 2t722.29.In Month of August, 1965, whichis this 28th day of June, A. 1965.

Ste MarkI Florida highest bidder at the court i the 2nd day of August, 1965. 1965.Moody D. 1965. Dated this 29th day of June,
Pearce
Dated this 29th of
house day June, Moody Pearce
door the first
on Monday
Court of
Clerk of Circuit Court 1965.Moody
in Month 1965 Clerk of Said Pearce
August, 1965.Moody Wakulla County, Florida
Pearce /Moody Pearce of Court of
which the 2nd day of August, Clerk Circuit
1965. The Circuit Court of The Clerk of Circuit Court of 7/8,15,22, 29. George L. Harper Wakuila County, Florida
,_
-- -- Dated this 29th day of June, Second Judicial Circuit of Florida I Wakuila County, Florida Attorney at LawCrawfordville 71:1, 22: ,29.: ,
If You Need. In and For Wakuila 7/8,15,22,29.. Florida I
.965.Moody Pearce County, In Chancery. Attorney for Plaintiff

OfficeSupplies Clerk of Circuit Court of The Board of Public Instructionof -718,13,22.gAREtAkkkWAKTILb.
|{usin 6s Machines Wakulla Iwo bedroom I
Wakuila Florida County, Florida, FOR TRAbhi New
County,
Office Furniture 7/8,15,22,29. Petitioner, furnished house, 12 by 12 FOR SAID Twin beds com-
SM or Cell vs. basement. Lot 100 by 150, two plete; Dressing table Dining \I

The State of Florida, et al. Nice hundred feet from the highwayin retired table and four chairs. Cheap.
TOR-R1NTs very roomy Whito man or
RANEY WHALEYat Fla. Want a Call Walnut 63184. i
I Sopchoppy
Respondents. unfurnished -
three bedroom home, with some Income to take care
In the Court of the County ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE except refrigerator and gas good tug, or boat, In good con- of small acreage in Wakulla 7/22.
for thumping,
Judge, Wakulla County, Flo- stove. Also 1 bedroom furnished dition, equipped County. Able to work, in good
CAPITAL OFFICE Tothe State of Florid on the home,
throughthe down
payment
as
in
rida, In Probate.IN cottage, both on the river health, no drinkers. Give full
EQUIPMENT CO. State Attorney for the Second price of home $6500.00, dif
Fla. details for personal Interview
FEi Estate of Sopchoppy,
Judicial i Circuit of said $50.00 per
319 South AdamiSt.Corner Fla. ference payable Address X, P. O. Box 51, Sop-
E. P.n.atolaTALLAHASSEE. ELLEN B. OLSEN, State, the several property own- R. Walthall, Sopchoppy month includes interest andprincipal
Deceased.TOALLCREDITORS tf-7/22. __ choppy, Fla.
FLORIDA ers, taxpayers, citizens of the
/ 29. 8/5,12.
AND PER- State of Florida and of Wakulla R. Walthall, Sopchoppy, Fla. 1-7

SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS County, Florida, including non- tf-7/22. -
"u _. A GAINST SAIDES- residents owning property or subJect -
TATE to taxation therein, and all
LEON SEPTIC: TANK
others having or claiming
SERVICE', You and each of you are hereby right, title or Interest in property any- RESULTS OF THE SEVENTH A": JAL R1JlITIPr3: 07 Tm FIRECRACKER 400 NASCAR

sent notified claims and required and demands to pre- to be affected by the issuanceby Grand National circuit late model stock c'r race over the 2.5-iuile
otRepair any
Clean the Board of Public Instruc-
which you, or either of you, tion of Wakulla County, Florida, Daytona International Speedway Sunday July 4 1965.
may have against the estate of of
certificates of Indebtedness
New Installation Ellen B. Olsen, deceased, late
hereinafter more particularly fin.
The of said to the Ft;?
Best For Less!' County, County described, or to be affected In
Judge of Wakulla County, Florida any way thereby Pos. No. Driver Car Won Purse Laps Reason out
TelephoneTallahassee at his office in the court
You and
each of here-
!' 877-1773 house of said County at Craw- byrequiredto appear you on are the 9th 1 41 A. J. Foyt 65 Ford U3.13300 160 Running

after 6:00 p.",!, fordville calendar, months Florida from, within the time six o'clockA.M.day of August before, 1965 the, at Circuit 10:00 I 2 86 Buddy Baker 65 Plym 2350 7395 160 Running

of the first of this
notice. T,
Dees Barber ShopFOUR :lain or demand shall be in
fordville Florida and show
,
i and shall state the 4 19 J. T.
vrlting cause why the prayer of the Petition Putney 65 Chcv 2162 2925 153 Running
dace of residence and of-
post
filed in the above entitled
POINTS 'ice of the claimant, and shalle proceedings should not be granted 5 88 Neil Castles 64 Dodg 2068 1850 153 Running
sworn to by the claimant,
and the Certificates of Indebtedness -
BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 ils agent, or attorney and accompanied therein described, 6 4p Roy Mayne 65 Chev 1974 1500 152 Running
a filing fee of I
OPEN TIL one dollar n'r.: claim or de- and the issuance proceedings thereof,authorizingthe validatedand 7 44 Larry Hess 64 Ford 14E4 1300 151 Running
mandnot so filed shall be void.
8:00: P.M. FRIDAYS
confirmed said Certificates
The Tallahassee Bank and consisting ,of Eight Hundred 8 03 Reb Wickersham 65 Ford 1786 1200 151 Running

GIUDY WHITFIEIDriAROLO Byi Trust James Company B. David, Jr. Thousand Certificates Dollars of Indebtedness($800,000.00)of) 9 75 Gene Slack 64 Ford 1692 1100 149 Running

Assistant Trust OfficerAs the Board of Public Instruction
BU.ES-GR4DY DUTHERS Administrator of the Estateof Wakuila County, Florida, 10 57 Lionel Johnson 64 Ford 1598 1000 144 Rtnning

DEE COOK ,OwnerWE Ellen B. Olsen, deceased. I dated September 1, 1965, mat-
It71 B. 15.22. 11 55 Tiny Lir' lMarvin 64 Ford 1504
GIVE SIM GREEN snllPsCLARE'S uring serially on September 1 of 700 139 Running
each of the 1966 to
1990, both inclusive years, bearing 12 21 F.inoh 65 Ford 1410 1200 136 Blown Gasket

NOTICELOT interest payable semiannuallyat 13 34 Wendell Scott 63 Ford
such rate or rates not exceed- 1316 550 135 Running

CLEARINGFILL ((5 ing%)the per rate annum of five, a more per centum parti- 14 53 Jimmy Helms 63 Ford 1222 530 131 Running


[c i Snap DIRT cular ficates description being contained of said in Certi the 15 79 Frank Warren 63 Chev 1128 525 120 Wrecked

Petition filed in these proceed-
TOP SOIL ings. 16 1 Paul Lewis 64 Ford 1034 520 126 Running

EARLY AMERICAN: LAND SCAPING DONE AND ORDERED at 17 27 Cale Yarborough 65 Ford 940
FRENCH PROVINCIAL Crawfordville, Florida this 1665 108 Blown Engine

VICTORIAN CONTACT : 19th day of July, 1965.
18 16 Darel Dieringer 64 Merc 846 610 108 Wrecked
FURNITUREPhone REVELL. Ill Cuyte P. McCord, Jr.
EMMITT Judge of the Circuit Court of 19 29 Dick Hutcherson
65 Ford 752 505 108 Wrecked
BOX 141
383-1222 RT. 1 the Second Judicial Circuitof

1901 N. Monroe St. SOPCIIOPPY. FLA. Florida In and for Wakulla 20 11 Ned Jacrett 65 For 658 500 108 Wrecked

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA County, Florida.
OR CALL TALLAHASSE 31-7/22,29,6/5. 21 64 Elmo
B22-2197 Langley 64 Pord 564 495 99 Blown Motor

22 17 Junior Spencer 64 Ford 470 4J 94 Wrecked
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r Tallabuaee Businme FInn.DIRECTORY. 23 6 Bub Strickler 64 Ford 376 485 3 Wrecked


P m 24 14 Nelson Stacy 65 Plym 282 480 83 Oil Pressure


25 09 Bobby Allison 64 Ford 188 475 56 Overheating


26 26 Junior Johnson 65 Ford 94 620 51
Not
P-ternlsa Then Advertlnera Handling

27 25 Jabe Thomas 64 Ford 94 465 51 Flooding


28 15 Earl Balner fc4 Merc 94 560 37 Blown Engine


F R M f Little Folks lac.Tht Store, O. I. GRAMLING 29 24 Sam ncQua&c C? Ford 94 455 34 Rocker Arm


, FEEDSFlint I. Majors Capital'for Minors" ,& CO. 30 52 E. J. Tri\atte 63 Chev 94 450 32 Blown Engine

Cktldm'i ,
FMnwtwr Toy
Gamti. Hobbies Out-Stop Service for 31 28 Fred Lorenaen 65 Ford 94 495 26 Blown

Baby AooiiimH > Feed Seed Fertilizer Engine
River Mills 133 N. Mantua St. Ph. mllBakerAlford ( 32 87 Buck Baker 65 Chov 94
41
O. 24
, Mil 8. 110"Ph. 221-0274 Poultry Supplies Push Rod

Garden Tools 33 53 Bunkie Blackburn 65 Chev 94, 435 20 Clutch

i. -r
I So. Adtui Creasing at S.AA.RJI. 34 3 Lee Roy Yarbrough 65 Chev 94 430 9 Clutch


r, I TA Part.7fows"Asything Co. Phone 223-0173 35 68 Bob Derrington 63 Ford 94 '425 8 Oil Leak

for your auk truck 36 38 Wayne Smith 65 Chev 94
420
it or tractor. Also for your power 5 Broken Axle
W.114 1Tepalarf
f I t Concrete Light 11OCkl J I' Uwiunowcr boat ,%and much for your 37 02 Doug Cooper 65 Chev 94 415 0

Wood'ntf 20S N. Adams 2234380! Wrecked
St. Ph.
Hanson, .
38 00 Tom Pistone 64
Ford
1\ noel Ind.; Inc. Capital Stone CoSine 94 410 0 Wrecked

S. Adama St. at 4-Foint- 1908 39 97 Henley Gray 64 Ford 94 405 a
\ Tel. 222-6840 P. 0. Box **1 Wrecked

OJr\ MARBLE BRONZE. GRANITE 40 89 Ken White 65 Olds 94 400 0 Clutch

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MEMORIALSC Time of Race : 2 hours 39 mina 57 sees. Avera K e Speed 150.046

_"*ry Worb,.' AU Tyf*
(No
Yeager, 608 W. GiiDM St.-Ttl.l2S-07l1 Lap Leaders : Balmer 1-5 ; Panch 6 ; Lorenzen 7 Record) .
.
Walter P. Buehaa If... ; Yarborough a.
Inc 11-14
Johnson 9-10 ; Yarborough ; Foyt 15-17; Johnson
18-22' Yarborough
23-39 ; Foyt 40-42 ; Yarborough 43-1 ; Dieringer 72
...... and BandtS14 ; Panch 73-81
r Yarborough 82-93 ; Panch 94 ; Di ringer 95-99 ; Yarborough ;

8. Adam; It.-T.t =-4880 Panch 109-136; Foyt 137-160. 100-108; I


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w.r'4 I Fastest Lap : Lap 10 by Junior Johnson at 171.755 miles per hourr I

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'For. es rn fln"r '
,, COUNTY NEWS J ep read "a'onl'll enjoyment, I

JULY 22, 1B6S slices bread with or .<1 butter the buttered on the SUBSCRIBE \r CRAWFORDVILLE Apalach Boat Club I r
THURSDAY rln '"
herbs al I navor. II :1t. 1 :$.
ful blotter for i PERSONALSMiss I ;''''7.r;. i.lIW..1 : "i..1ta !.
the jokes of TO
chicken or steak To make Sets River Cruise
coned butter, try creaming!.ea.In THE Bonnie Crichton of Ash- FLORIDA STATE
your rho I r e of lemon Juice, tabula, Ohio, is spending several -
grated cheese, prepared NEWSINSECTttffi1S weeks with her grandparents
mustard Saturday. July 24th, has been selected -
or minced I
I'hlvp, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Klink. by the Apalachicola Boa
Mrs. Klink and Bonnie will Club for their 13th Rivercade. The Now Showing
spend several days visiting down 108.mile cruise will begin at the NOW SHOWING

state next week. city docks in Chattahoochee at 9 a. '

m., EST, with a stop off in Blounts- John Wayne Elisabeth Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cibson and town for a rest stopand refuel. Kirk Douglas
young son, Barry, have moved ing. Neal Richard Burton
into their new home on the Boaters from as far away as Columbus Patricia Eva Marie Saint

Shadevllle Road. Georgia, are expected to
be on hand for the scenic cruise I "IN HARMS WAY" "THE SANDPIPER"
For More Enjoyable The Rev. and Mrs. Jesse Baker I
and two children left Mon- which will terminate ad the Apalachicola -
day for a two weeks visit with Battery Park with a fresh I
Outdoor Living Mrs. Baker's parents in Ocean seafood dinner. The host club has I ,
Springs, Miss. announced a 75c charge for the PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN

Mrs. George Walker went to meal. The dinner preparation committee OUTDOOR ON WOODYILLE HWY.
)'" >:,'- Jacksonville Saturday to visit has planned for some 5 her father, who is seriously 111. people to be on hand for the meal thru Sat
y. : Today
which will feature freshly caught Today, Fri. t Sat.

winkel Mr. and and Mrs.children Clarence from Reh-Pen- Apalachicola Bay mullet. Dale Robertson TODAY FRI. C SAT."DISORDERLY .
,
; Mrs. Louise E. Pendleton, tb3
}AI I! sacola spent the weekend with Yvonne DeCarlo
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rehwlnkel. only woman commodore in the ORDERLY"and
club's history, has issued a persona "LAW OF THE lAWLESS"
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith left invitation to all boaters to join

0 va I last Friday for Atlanta to spenda this cruise. She stressed that this and "STOP TRAIN 349"Carroll
.. '- .r.w few days with their daughter, cruise is open to all boaters, whether Baker
Mrs. Fred Carlan and family. and
members of a boat club or not.
Theywere called back to Mad- Robert Mitchum"MISTER
The climax to Saturday's cruise
"FIRST MEN IN THE MOON"
ison, Fla. due to the death of
Smith's Mrs. Hose. will be the usual grand Rivercade MOSES"
Mrs. aunt, j
I I I dance at Groom's Armory In Apalachicola -
Get rid of Mosquitoes, Mr. Joe Taflinger from Indiana Dress for this dance will
II 0 Flies, Gnats, Ants, Fleas, arrived' last Saturday to be informal. Music will be finnlsh

Roaches, Moths, spend two weeks in Crawford- ed by Willie the Weatherman, and
ville. He attended services at
I His These Tallahassee musicians
Group -
Waterbugs, Silverfish the Methodist Church Sunday.
are favorites with the local

Isolox Garden Spray Mr. Henry Crum of Panaceais boating group. Reservations may bemade
rI in the hospital in Longview, by contacting the Commodore

Kills Bugs with One Spray Texas. Mr. Crum was visitinghis or Breddie Mayson, the club's
daughter when he was taken
reasurer.
Easy as Watering sick. We hope he will be bet-
c :::: NO ANNOYING ODOR ter soon and can return home.: The under return way trip Sunday up the morning river willet at NOTICE I.

Selena Smith returned home B a. m., EST, following free coffee SPECIALS FRU SAT, MON. AND TUK8.
Insecticides For Kennels Saturday from Centenary Youth and donuts, served at the city boat
Yard Use Camp near Quincy, where she asln by the local boat club.
?s has been a Methodist Youth i'
.. \ FLEADUST Counselor for three weeks.
-:' fzcfor I MAXWELL HOUSE
-- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stull and WEATHER OUTLOOKThe 79cCOFFEE
yI children from Fort Walton were
-, Pets CempltltSupply recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Thirty Day Agricultural
4 TJQf '" L. Dawson. Randy stayed with Weather Outlook for the period
his grandparents for several days mid-July through midAugustfor
longer and Mr. Dawson drove South Georgia, Southeast LBS tAM
him home last Monday and re- Alabama and Northwest Florida .
0.1. GRAPPLING & CO. turned home Wednesday.Mr. issued by the Weather Bureau -
Advisory Agricultura 1 Meteorologist Fresh Grade A FRYERS, lb. 29c
and Mrs. Richard Bonya- Georgia Coastal Plain Experiment -
FEED.SEED FERTILIZER AND GARDEN SUPPLIES ta and children from Tallahassee Station, Tlfton, Georgia
visited in Crawfordvllle Sundayand 17 1965.Temperatures SIRLOIN STEAK Ib. 69c
1010 S. Adami St. Phone 222-4812 July .
attended services at the Methodist during the period
Church.Mr. mid-July through midAugustare
expected to average near Shoulders Ib 49cPal
Smoked PICNIC
and Mrs Calvin Pucket normal over all of the TrStateAgricultural ,
and son, Ty, from Houston, area. Daily mean
Texas, stopped to visit a few
should between -
temperatures average
Best Vacation Ever. days with lilt and Mrs Nolan 79 and 83 degrees. Daily PEANUT BUTTER, 2 Ib Jar 69c
Posey. They were on their way maximum temperatures are expected -
to Panama City for two weeks to range between 88 and
I visit. They returned last Monday 94 degrees with afternoon temperatures WESSON OIL I
can he yours with to the Poseys for a short visit reaching 95 degrees or 39 OZ. 69
f returning to their
before
ff higher on 7 to 9 days. Daily
home. Mr. and Mrs. Posey minimum temperatures should A. J. .J:1: went to Panama City last weekend average between 68 and 74 decrees Ib. box,2 for 19.
Follow your vocational urge/ the aid of to be with the Puckets.Mr. with no temperatures below I .

/ : 60 degrees. I M 1ETCALF FROZEN
wherever it takes you'. en ; and Mrs. George Russ will Rainfall during the next 30 10 OZ. 59C
soon move Into their new beau- days Is expected to vary widely SHRIMP
:
joy your most glorious' glam : a Iow-eost loan tiful brick home in Hammock from place to place but should
1 Haven Tucker's Subdivision.Mr. average between 4.50 and 7.00
two-weeks-with-play BANANAS 2lbs. 25c
orous .
Inches in Southeast Alabama and ,
and Mrs. Jack Griffin are
between 5.00 and 8.00 inchesin
I What will use for
ever you building a home near the Russ South Georgia and Northwest

money? We've thought of i home. Florida. Rain will occur mostlyas VE NOW HAVE.A COMPLETE LINE OF KODAK fILM

Mrs. Johnie Li m b a ugh and afternoon or evening showers AND ALSO DEVELOPING SERVICE AVAILABLE
that, too. Promptly, without sons will move Into their beauti- with one or two periods of extended -
rainfall.
"red tope" you can get a ful new home in about two Sunshine during the next 30

weeks. days Is expected to average
low-cost loan here for what about 60 of possible with
Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Poseyare percent
you need to make your rosiest clearing the lot to start two or three periods of extended BULK SEED &, FERTILIZERSHOP ,
their new home next to the cloudiness. I
vacation dreams come won. beautiful new brick home of Soil temperatures during the LOCALLY AND .
Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Posey on period are expected to average ,SAVE
derfully true. You can repay the Crawfordvllle Highway. between 80 and 88 degrees under -
four Inches of bare soil with
the loan In convenient month. James (Bud) Duncan who went higheraverages In the drier soils. PIGOTT'S STORE',
In service In March took his ba-
.
ly installments out of income. training in San Antonio, MEOART
Texas, then went to Fort BenJamin -
Harrison, Indiana, for Bread.and butter sandwichesare
his postal service. He is now natural for ao many summer WE GIVE PLAID STAMPS
,
on leave and visiting his aunt, ,time fillings- or cold sliced -- ------- -
Mrs. AnnAmoto, In Sopchoppy. meats, cheese or salad mixtures.
Heattended school in Sopchoppy. I I
He will leave August 8th "'

for Saigon, Viet Nam. I

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II IIR Quiz Gives .


Door ScoreIs plea

e. e
your front door simply a
way to get into the house? Or
Is It a carefully-planned hospitable PARDON OUR DUST.
entrance? .
If you can answer yes to the
following: questions, your entrance While we are remodeling to bring you a complete
rates an "A." If not.
? V It's time you took a critical ranch and garden center, featuring Western Clothes

s look at your front door. and Leather Goods!
1.-Is the view of the door
unobstructed by trees or .

shrubbery 2.-Is the? street number I WAREHOUSE IS OPEN! ;

visible from a car driving by?
3.-Is there a safe unclut- SEE US FOR .

. tered walk from the curb or FEED. SEED INSECTICIDES HAY .,. GARDEN NEEDS
driveway to the door? '
4.-Are the steps safe, com-

seen fortably-spaced? and easily F R-M "Come See Us and Watch Us Grow!"

S,-Is your front door distinctive -
? It Is a simple matterto
replace a dull-appearing FEEDS RANCH
entrance door with an attractive 5j
stock pine.panel door of ponderosa F a'

6.-Have you selected name GARDEN CENTER
and number plates, knobs .
LEWIS STATE BANK latches, knockers or bells that

: are style appropriate? to the door 826 W. GAINES f fz s. ) 224-7197

7.-Is the approach to the
door well-lighted at night? i'
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NOT PATRONIZE YOUR LOCAL BUSINESS PEOPLE AND SOPCHOPPY NEWS 4 THUMDAT JULY 22 1968))

KEEP YOUR Loulie C. Sapp Curb Rising JI
MONEY
IN YOUR COUNTY By
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The Congregational Youth Highway DeathsTALLAHASSEEFlorida Creative Ideas In Pineapple Cookery
Camp will be held at the West
Florida Camp Ground at Sop- Highway

choppy Monday, July 26, and I Patrol Director, ColonelH.
4ud4 I will continue through Frldaf'I N. Kirkman revealed today
30. Brother and
July a new enforcement technique
NO JOB TOG
of Palatka will
bert Thompson aimed at curbing a dangerously
be the leaders. rising highway death toll In
URGE Ol Florida. ,
Mrs. Amanda Strubcr Is spend-
hundred and
"Eight ninety
Tallahassee
ing several days In
TOO SMAW visiting her sister, Miss Nona even people have died In traffic '
accidents thus far In '65 and' e
Revell.
every effort must be applied to 1..
Mr and Mrs. Sammy Rodden- top these tragic and unnecessary .
bcrry of Panama City visited Mr. deaths on Florida's highways i Mk

PROFESSIONAL and Mrs. S. E. Roddcnbcny ." stated Colonel Kirkman, ; ,

Saturday. In hopes of controlling this
__
_
: :
awesome problem, Klrkman has .
PRESSWORK Mrs. Fred Strickland and little ordered each of the various 1
.
I daughter, June, visited Mrs. troop commanders throughout
Strickland's mother, Mrs.Willie the state to ,pre,select those ::

PRACTICAL Mae Porter, on Sunday. Mr. roads In their areas where the "r,'t
and Mrs. Strickland moved into greater number of wrecks have
their home on Pepper ': ; ;<,
lovely new occurred in the past and assign ,,?

PRICK Drive In Tallahassee recently additional personnel over and \"::, ') ; ,:..
:
above those normally
assignedwith "; :" _.s1 M'
Mrs. Fay Rouse was admittedto specific Instructions to Versatile canned pineapple| KlIceH Imaginatively arrange) with
the Tallahassee Memorial rigidly enforce the law. tomulocM and voltage ,heexe make u delirious warm weather milac
Hospital several days ago where Troopers will pay particular Mix 1 pint lOltaRi' she underwent surgery. Fay's attention In these accident hazwdous 2 pineapple| slurs|| and a tomato cures of equal<< sine with lemon 10ta ,
Call Us For Fast condition is critical and we wish areas to the motorist ;e'cheese between Top with thousand Inland dressing and serve
her a speedy recovery. who follows too closely, violates with hut tiny mufflim for a luncheon menu Ten other imaginative
stop signs or signals, menu brightening naiads me In ho I outstanding tolleitlon of recipe
Mrs. Learia Reynoldswasrushed falls to yield the right of way, portrayal In a handsome 21'puce recipe booklet Make Again Recipe
Layouts and Estimates! to the Tallahassee Memorial drives over the center line; Improperly Inspired By Canned Pineapple
I Hospital a few days ago suffering changes lanes, and The liliax developed by the homo economic deportment of the
I'lnoiipile,' Growers Association Include' famous Polynesian favorite
Tal-
stroke. Also In the
a drive! at a rate of speed whichIs
for shrimp and coconut, tonga spareribs' and south seas ihliken
lahassee Memorial Hospital are
unlawful or unsafe for the There me recipes. too for the best ever pineapple upside down take
Mr. Paul Cypher, who Is very conditions a fabulous' cheese cake new tlends In vegetable rookery, rec eptlopimihcmi
ill, and Ralph Brown. Hope Colonel Kirkman stated. "Our and menu hints for serving a "owd. Fir a New York
Ralph can soon be home. enforcement efforts this year World lair souvenir ropy of this colorful booklet send 2r cent

Offset and Letterpress are better than 7 percent over In rob to Pineapple Growers Association Dept HI', 211; Market
Mrs. Joe Williams of River-
Street Sun Francisco 9 tl 05.
side View Heights was called to the same period in 1964 and 13
and Lake Veteran's percent better than our 1963
Copy Design ExpertsWe City Hospital 1
Friday, where her husband Is in efforts yet Florida traffic fatalIties ,. : TPPER F NTL0CK
very critical condition. for the first 6V4 months of t .' ,
'65 have increased to 61 highway '
says:
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kurth deaths over the aa'me per'
and Franclllc of Tallahassee lod last year."
,
daughter,
when not in use
in
ourselves
turningout
pride and Hollywood, visited Klrkman commented further

quality'work and in meetingall _J Mrs. Kurth's mother, Mrs. Tom that this program was not a campaign store guns
McPhaul' during the weekend.The but rather a program aimedat f rfiDS

deadlinea. See us for your Kuithj plan to return to supplementing our present I
their home in Hollywood in the enforcement techniques and will
next printing order! a near future. include the use of all available
equipment such as aircraft, un-
Mr. and Mrs. J. )J. Hodge and marked patrol cars and speed
family of Tallahassee visited radar units. and
Mrs. Dclma Roberts Saturday Commander Kirkman concludedby ammunition
afternoon. saying "It is our hope that
all drivers will recognize their a under lock & key
Carol of Gainesville
Miss
Jones
I FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS CALL visiting her grandmother, Mrs. responsibility in Florida' traffic
safety problems and will join
Clarence Flowers, who residesin : Nj Bi A Safe Shooter
with us by conducting themselves .
'
THE WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS the Revell Apartments.
properly and lawfully" upon our n THE NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATIONFor
Kcnnis O. Ilarrcll is serving highways at all times.

with the U. S. and at the II I''
I Army party fun ask everyone I I Take hamburger bane, add
I present time is in South Viet to make his own One.Man
sliced meat loaf and ,presto' .
h" '. Nam. Kcnnis is the son of Mr. Dresn up the family'. favorite Submarine Sandwich Set out have a tasty nanjwleh for
you
.' -..' .. ." . ,, and Mrs. Barney I larrcll peanut butter Hanilwlih on'aHlonully Individual enriched! hard or a quick lunch or xupper Try
by mixing In rumbled trench rolls, Offer a variety of browning the meat loaf Hllces
Mr. and Mrs. Icndrlx Willisof i rlH|> baron hopped celery apple old HIM and cheeses along under the broiler or In a skillet
Tallahassee spent Saturday or Bile'eel banana before. with lettuce sliced tomatoes Then slip the hot meat Into
night and Sunday with I Hendrix'smother adding the second Ditto of rniliheil onions und cucumber Give a buttered buns, adding Mile-eel to-
Mrs. Lcavl Willis, who bieiul' The II ram a tic I prize for the most original Hand matoen green pepper rlnKs and,
change always scores, whh blining"
isstiilncritical condition.Mrs. crisp lettuce leaves

HEART'S EASE. Air conditioning transforms your home into an island of cool comfort. Willis's i son, Lloyd, of
Tallahassee, also visited hi r
Makes it easy for your body to get rid of excess heat. So your heart doesn't work hard mother Sunday afternoon.Mrs.RobcstMcCaulcy.

to keep body temperature normal. You sleep better, too. Is air conditioning a luxuryor and ALFORDCHEVROLET

a sensible precaution? Get your dealer to show you the many electrical ways to daughter, Cisele, and Mrs.

cool one room or your whole house. A heat pump brings you springtime year.round- Sherry McCauley of Albany
spent the weekend with the W. CO.
without a care. Have a heart for your heart! C. Harden family.


Sunday visitors at the Harmcs

home were Mrs. Harmcs1 bro- GET A NO. 1 BUY FROM YOUR NO. 1 DEALER NOW
-' ther, Clinton Cox, and his wife
'SFamGTIME INIOURHO 1Ec etoRron:: from Highland View and Mr.
1ffrH
; rowaR and Mrs. Clyde Cloyd from Tallahassee -

with tvxeelectric .. .. ... ., .. ",,- ,,- ,
air-conditioning EVERY CAR REDUCED I' /
Mrs. Douglas Strickland and
two daughters left Monday with

her mother, Mrs. Boen Becton LOT NO. 1 LOT NO. 2
of Panacea, for visit to rela-
n' tn1NS1AllANCE 127 Adinu Ph. tttttll Ph. m.!MM
$ ;leg N. 1414 3 Monroe
: i&& tives In Huntsville, Ala. Douglas -

5' Is In New York In Army Reserve 1961 Chevrolet $995 1959 Rambler $395
Training School. VI 4 door. radio .sister and I cylinder Staten. wagon, t buy.
automate tr.naml..IOII.
\\ Ralph Brown Is expected home ;

1 from the Hospital Friday His

$5 f.' and daughter two children, Mrs. ,Walter returned Kemp Mon-, 1959 Chevrolet .$895 1957 DeSoto $395
Power IMPALA 4 door hardtop Loaded 4 door redo heater and aulOo
flatda day to their home In Purccllvlllc -
i and air conditioning ; mate trlll.miNlon.i .
M who feplWdht Va.
sssS. lYstem i
\ and .r''f a The Rev and Mrs. Jesse Baker -
bag\ ,
\ tOOd\ 't ., and two children left Mon- I i 1956 Plymouth $145
3gS, t "* i +1 al. 'a; ? day on vacation to visit Mrs. I 4 door food eecond car
."Ci \ \ "d o'r Baker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1962 Chevrolet. $1395 I
G. C. Fletcher at Ocean 4 door Milton wagon" I cylinder
$!' SI with standard triiumlulon Real :
M Springs, Miss. | also a visit to low mlloif
a rd"LKf i+ old friends in Texas. The Methodist 1958 Chevrolet $495
pulpit will be filled next VS 4 door slates wagon. .
, pan Plenty of room for
: every-
Sunday by Harry Pelt of Crawford
vl lie and In the evening byJ. :
J. L. Mayton of Carrabelle. 1962 Chevrolet. $1695 ;

IMPALA S doer Hardtop with
Miss Nancy Commander Is ridlo. heater .11 -
stetrine.don
spending this week at the.Methodist mu and power :. 1964 Monza $1695
Youth Camp in Lees- Rut eharp. Coup. 4 In the floor radio and
heater. See thla sporty kola car
l' burg, Fist.Classic.

,
Y automobile enthu. 1961 Comet. .$895 ..
n Atl aiaits consider the 1931 Rolls- 1963 Chevrolet $1395
4 door with heifer. .utom.lle.
Royce Phantom Henley Con. trinimlulon. MOOD local one- 1 Ton, 1 ipeed. reconditioned
Y vertible one of the most owner mllea .I Ihru-out ready to fo at only
beautiful creations of a company 4 ,
determined to produce the !I:
beat ears in the world. Monogram
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1962 Saab $495
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engine. 1962 Chevrolet $1595 M pick up one swiss low mid.
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