Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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LEGION Of C'VILLE IN WAKULLAThe w1 rf, t r d t', '

I would first of all liketo museum at the 300- "Je

thank the American Leg- year-old Spanish fort San .,
ion for sending me to Boys Marcos de Apalache at St. "::1\ "

State. I can easily say thatIt Marks, now a Florida Park
was a week that I will Board historic memorial,

never forget.To opened to the public Sun- i 'I
familiarize some of day, July 10. Jc

the citizens of Wakulla State Parks Director Bill >

County about Boys State, Miller announced today that 4D 1 1Y
each year from this countya the museum as well asthe ArL
Junior is sent to Boys fort site, will be openfrom

State. Every boy Is invitedto 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. seven days .
compete for this honor.In a week. 1 1I

my preparation for com The newly constructed

peting against fellow stu- museum building stands on
dents, I went to several of the foundation of an old ,
the county offices to learn Federal marine hospital I a-r.

more about our county gov built of huge limestone .
ernment. With the help of blocks robbed! from the orIginal -

Mr. Ralph Martin, who set Spanish fort. .

up my appointments and excused Two plaques have been l .
me from school, t, placed on the building one J
met with these fine county: of which Is in recognitionof 1
offlclals.Mr. Moody Pearce -! the effortsof -- '
preservation "
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Mr. Emmett Ferrell, Gov. Haydon Burns, the '
Mr. Jim Gwin, Judge Har- Florida Park Board and the in St. Marks opened to the public Sunday. Among the visitors H'
Old Fort Museum "
William Whaley Sher- town of St. Marks. The -
per the shrine were Mrs. Bobby Russ and daughters Ginger, 4
who went through
riff Bill Taff, and I also attended The second plaque hon- and Cindy shown with the plaque honoring the late Rep. Bobby Russ, who was
a murder trial. I am ors Bobby Russ, Wakulla Janet, responsible for the state park that exists there today. ". h
greatly ,
Indeed Indebted to these county representative from -. '
county officials for their 19561964As a tributeto -. .. A-::.
help and' encouragement. his leadership in acquir- V t Mr. and Mrs. Jack Henderson as they left the First

Learning that Arlin ing and preserving this his ,. r Baptist Church following their wedding ceremony Sat-
Sherrod and Iwere to represent toric site of Fort San Mar- 1 urday night, July 9. The bride Is the former Ann
Wakulla County in cos de Apalache. r$3
I Moore.
tb' W II/ ,
Boys State, I received Information The museum, designed & iaco ;.., e.."'" .Ied you!
and a questlon- along stark Spanish lines in / short Illusion veil s and they
aire about our government. recognition of the Influenceof I I 1f carried bouquets of feathered -
I am grateful to Mr.Moody that nation upon the site, I carnation In shades of
Ann Moore
Pearce who helped me answer I adjoins the ruins of the fort Miss Barbara pink to dark burgundy in a
of Mr. and Mrs.
some of these quest- that was begun by the Span daughter cascade design.
of Craw- I
i ions. ish in 1677 and eventuallyfell John K. Moore I Angie wore a long white
4 fordville became the brideof
As I entered Smith Hall Into the hands of the organza and satin dress and
at FSU I couldn't help but British, French, Federal, Bobby Jack Henderson of, carried a basket tied with a
of Jeff
feel a sense of pride and Confederate and Indian son Mrs. nosegay of pink carnationsand
honor to be one of the 562 forces. ? Sopchoppy, Saturday even- filled with pink rose

boys chosen for the Florida The fort has been called ing.Rev. : petals.
Boys State. The first day I the most Important histor- S, A. Coxwell, assisted jimmy Henderson was
was assigned to Gray City ical site in Florida,with the 4w by carlton the 7.30 P.M., best man for his brother.
and Kelly county. I ran for exception of St. Augustineand performed Ushers Included Jerome

the City Commission the pensacola.The ,... .' ceremony In the First Bap- colvin; Jim Welch; Em-
2nd day and lost by 3 votes. Interpretive exhibits 4I ......---- :. tist Church of crawford- mett Ferrell; Larry Law-

I also placed 2nd In the Americanism inside the museum are designed vllle. hon; Jim Matthews; and
speeches In my so that as the visitor The bride, given in marriage Fred Davis. Craig Gowdywas

city. The 3rd day I ran for walks through the museumhe by her father, wore a ring bearer.
the County Commissioner goes backward in time.A floor length bouffant wed- The bride's parents entertained -
In which 61 boys elected me major element of these r,, 'j'; ding gown with a full chapel with a receptionIn

unanimously. I then set my exhibits Is the series of train of Chantilly lace and the crawfordvllle Wo
goals for the State Repres- superimposed glass panels organza. Her veil of illus- man's Club following the

entative. I was elected by o- showing the fort at different r-s .., --- ion was attached to a clus- ceremony. Assisting were
ver 70% of the votes. I was periods. The Florida the Crawfordville church Casseaux and son; Smith ter of lace leaves edged Mrs. E. J. Purvis andMrs.
later nominated to be my 'I State Museum in Gaines- C'VILlE METHODISTS and felt that the record of Creek, Reddick, Mavis and with pearls. She carried a Walter Cooper, aunts of the

parties' nominee for the of- ville, which designed and CELEBRATE IOOTHANNIVERSARY the next 100 years would Ricky Langston; Bristol, cascade bouquet lllles-of-the of white bride. Also Mrs. E. C. Fer-

fice of Secretary of State., built the exhibits, said this I speak for Itself Edward Summers, Tony carnations, rell Jr.; Mrs.S. B. Forbes,
with wedding
I declined In favor of whatI treatment gives the visitor Among the out of town Anderson; Atlanta Ga., valley centered a Jr.; Miss Ruth Dix; Mrs.
felt was a better opponent. the stratification of history The Crawfordvllle Methodist guests were Tallahassee, Mrs. Fred Carlan and sons; day orchid atop white Bobby Russ; Miss Nena
I also missed passing the In much the same way church celebrated Its Henry Forbes and Denise, Bainbridge, Ga., Mr. and lace covered Bible given Strickland; Miss Martha
Mrs. G. P. Hanna, Sr., and her by the Y.W.A. chapterof
Florida Bn exam by only that an archaeologist experiences 100th Anniversary last Barbara Driskell, Mrs. Turner; Miss Jan Pearce;
one point. it." Sunday with dinner on the Melinda Lee, Mr. andMrs.R. Tony. the church. Miss Barbara Weeks; and
I feel I have represented Thus, the visitor begins grounds and a stirring mes- J, Bonyata and family, Others attending were: Mrs. Jim Matthews ser- Mrs. Ernest Commander;
Wakulla County and espec- with the Post-Civil War sage by Rev. Luther R. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Rudd, Mrs. Lucy Pigott; Mrs. ved as matron of honor for Miss Sue Ann Jackson of

ially crawfordvllle to the Period, from 1850-1900, Stokes, former pastor of jr., Mrs. Mary Council, Alethia Dickson and Denise her cousin. Bridesmatronswere Perry kept the bride's
best of my capacity In the and Is guided through the the church. Mr. R. N. Ashmore, Jr., ; Mr. and Mrs. Walt Mrs. Avery Scott, book.
House of Representatives.While varying displays and art- Rev. Jesse Baker the Alberta Ashmore, A. R; Dickson; Rev. and Mrs. sister of the groom; Mrs. After a wedding trip Mr.

I was In this office, ifacts to the time when Indians present pastor said that flyer Pearce, Betty Pearce, Mr. Fred V. Harrison and boys; jimmy Henderson; Mrs. and Mrs. Henderson will
I introduced a bill requiring I camped there before 200 people attended the and Mrs. Curtis Kelly and Mr. and Mrs.Lamar Allen; Jim Welch; and Mrs. Jerry make their home on the
the of I I 1500 B.C. members Mr. and Mrs. James B. Pope. Bridesmaids Included .
wearing some sort of event. Former family, Mrs. Lula Caus Thomasville Highway. He
protection over the eyes of I There is no admission from the surrounding area seaux,Carl CasseauxMissEdna Levy, J. S. White; Mr. and Miss Kathy Stricklandand Is with the State Board of
the occupants of an unwind-1 charge for San Marcos de. came back to take part In Causseaux Bryan Mrs. Charles Bieber. Miss Glenna Godby, Parks and Historic Mem-
shielded vehicle. As I at-i Apalache. the celebration of the palmer, Lamar Allen, Jr., Special music was pre- cousin of the bride. Angle orials.
sented by The Anderson Scott, niece of the groom
shielded vehicle, motor church that was founded In and Susie Allen, Lamar Allen ; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. pur-
Bristol Fla. The flower girl.
scooters, etc. The bill pas- JOHN A. LAW/ON/ 1866. The oldest former Stephen W, Pararo I I Allen Family, Tallahassee, ; The attendants wore vis entertained the wedding
sed unanimously the first member to attend was Mrs. Mrs. L. L. Pararo, Sr., Family, party with a rehearsal din
dresses of
Fla. Mr. Leo Cox Talla- pink
reading. AS I Lula Causseaux of Talla- Mr. ; the Crawfordvllle
attempted to Sopchoppy Funeral Janice Cox Roberts, hassee chiffon tafeta fashioned ner at
Fla. St. Marks over
have the bill read for the services were held at 1:00 hassee who Is now 84years and Mrs. Earl Solomon; ; Woman's Club following the
2nd and 3rd time, the time p.m. Friday, July 8,In Sop-I St. Marks Mrs. Etaw Baptist Choir, St. Marks, along empire lines. wedding rehearsal Friday
Fla. Mr. Russ Their headpieces were of
ran out and It missed beinga for church founded In Ward, Lil- ; ,
choppy John A.Lawhon, Sessions, Jim bows evening.
Crawfordvllle Fla. and matching pink with
state law by less than 30 61, a former resident who the community of Craw- lian Ward,Mrs. Fred Ladd, the Crawfordville, Methodist ;
minutes. I Introduced this died Tuesday at his home fordvllle the county seat of Mrs. W. C. ShepherdMrs.Betty -
bill to Gov. Haydon Burns, In Miami. Wakulla County 100 years Alford Mr. andMrs. 1 t BIBLE SCHOOLAT
Maddox, andmanyother boasts a roster of Fla. WAKULLA COUNTY LEGION C'VILLE METHODIST
Ray The services were con- ago Billy Moore; panacea Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Van
officials who all agreed ducted at the Sopchoppy names that are well knownto Marjorie Becton, Lula Iderstine, Lake City, Flo- Chuck Deal was Installed CHURCHThe
that there was a need for Methodist Church with the many throughout the Big Coleman Jessie Smith, rida; Mrs. Mary Council, recently as Commander of
such a law. Rev Jesse L. Baker of- Bend area. In 1881 John L. Graham Sopchoppy -
Ray ; Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. Legion Post 114 at a ban- c'ville Methodist
I was one of the 34 of 562' ficiating. Burial followedIn Crawford became the Sec- Mr. and Mrs. Major Rudd, the
M. E. Rudd, Sr., cairo I quet held at Aloha Rest- Church will hold their Vacation -
to be considered for nomination I the West Sopchoppy Cemetery retary of State and served Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. M. E. aurant for the post mem- Bible School starting

to BoysNation.Iwas'not under direction of until his son took office In Mrs. Florida Roberts, Rudd, Jr., Tallahassee; bers and their wives. July 18th through July 22nd.
one of the 17 finalists. J. A. Culley and Sons Fun- 1929. The county seat was Carolyn Sue Roberts, pat- Mr. and Mrs. Ray D.Sose- Other officers Installedfor The Rev. Jesse Baker

Two of these were chosenfor eral Home. named after this family. sy Roberts, Mr.and Mrs. bee, Mableton, Ga.; pat the year are: lat Vice urges all children to attend.
Boys Nation. Lawhon was born In Wa- Also former Secretary of Roberts, Nena
Laurice Doyle Tallahassee; Mr Commander, Cecil Nichols; Children from other churches -
I tried to represent our kulla County and had resided State R.A."Bob" Gray livedIn Strickland; Medart Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Ashmore, Adjutant, Barrie Glover; are Invited and welcome.
county to my fullest ca- In Miami for 30 Crawfordvllle. Many o- and Walter Tully and
Mrs. Jr., Tallahassee; Mrs. Ru- Finance Officer, J. D.
pacity. I am truly thankfulfor years. He was a retired ther names that are well family, Mr. and Mrs. R.E. by RehwinkelTallahassee. Turner; Service Officer, Nickel ResearchThe
those who made It pos- paint salesman. known today can be foundon Weaning Sr., Mrs. W.A. John Pigott; and Sergeart- world's largest' and moat
sible for me to participateIn Surviving are his widow, the old rosters of the White; Haines City, Fla., At-Arms, Hardy Revell. modern laboratory dedicated to

the Florida Boys State. Mrs. Rose Lawhon,Miami, church. Mrs. Julia Johnson; Car- CARD OF THANKSWe Speakers for the pro- research on nickel and Itt alloys
Eric Mathis, and one brother James E.- Following the morning rabelle, Mr. and Mrs. J. gram Included Jack Rich- U operated by International Me-

Crawfordvllle, Fla. Lawhon, SOpcboppy. message and the old fash- L. Mayton; MontlcelloMr. like take ardson, 2nd District Com- kel at Sterling Forest, New
would to
pallbearers included ion dinner on the grounds, and Mrs. C.W. Riley,Will- mander of Quincy who Installed York.
Record Cantilever Wilmer Strickland; George'StrickJ a program of singing was more, Ky., Rev. Luther R. this opportunity for their to kindness the new officers, Market For Nickel
nd. Laurice Roberts enjoyed by all during the everyone and Bill Macklln West-
The largest cantilever pan Stokes; Mab1e08nheeGN shown during the passing The largest single use for the
afternoon.Rev. .
Frank Lawhon, D. Mrs. Ray ern Area Commander, of metal nickel is for making high-
erected, the Quebec Bridge of loved one.
ever Baker said that the our
Strickland Billy ;
spanning the St. Lawrence River L. and Ratch- Palm Beach, Tallahassee. qullity stainless steel. Some 247
ford M. Long. celebration brought a renewed and Mrs. Roland
contain nearly 17,000 toni WakullaMr. The Family of million pounds of nickel wvt
enthusiasm and ded- Alford Mrs. Carl Richarde Into production of stainless steel'
of structural nickel steel. It was Charles W, J
completed In. 1917. ication of all Methodists In in 1965.PKY .


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tHURSD4Y._Jw.y_14. ues
LEGAL NOTICESIn In the Circuit Court of the Second TO MAKE APPLICATION

Wakulla the Circuit Court of the Second Notice Is hereby given as follows Judicial Circuit of Flori- FOR FINAL DISCHARGEIn
County residents to our liquidation the Court of the County : da, In and ForWakulla County.In .
Judicial Circuit of Flori Court of the
Sale of lots in Units I and da, In and For Wakulla Coun- Judge, In and For Wakulla I'I Free running feral hog. must Chancery. No. 13$4. Wakulla County County Judge ul
IV, June 11th -- 12th sale starting AuclUa '
; Florida. the
ty. In Chancery.No. be removed J. T. Williams, Jr., FloridaIn I
111 00 A. M. Lot prices Area by
1371.MUMCIPAL. 'Wildlife
M REi Estate of Plaintiff
re the Estate of ) '
WAKULLACOUNTY starting at$250.00, 5% down and with dogs .
PRINTING COM- JOHN trapping or capturing vs. Dock W. )
$10.00 monthly. Approximately A.Deceased.. of !90 days beginning Simmons In Probate
NEWS 85 lots left (inside and highway PANY, INC., a Florida corporation within a July period 1, 1966. Permitsfor Virgil Reddick Mechanical Contractor Deceased. ) I
frontage). Anyone Interested be corp-
said hogs may
To All
W.M..t -l lVlriMa prior to sale time may contact Plaintiff, FOR FINAL DISCHARGE 1 obtained removing from the Panama City oration, Virgil Reddick and Ai- Whom It May Concern '
T.lephont Joe Harlan c/o Panacea Dev. vs.CHARLES. ethla C. Reddick, his wife, and Is hereby given that
Concern: office of the
Whom Lake
To All It May 'office or City Nolle Burge filed her final
Corp., P. O. Box 7, Panacea SHOAF, that Ihavefiledmyfinalsc .Came and Fresh Water Fish Mldyette-Mcor Insurance Agency report
Notice U giw ai Executrix of
Florida WA6-7721 Defendant. hereby Inc. a Florida the estate
Phone No. corporation,
rnasEx- presentationof
J Commission upon of DockW.
(S/19.Crawfordville). NOTICE OF SUIT ecutor of the Estate of John A. an affidavit attesting to theapplicant" that she filed has petition for;

In Sanders Deceased; that I have legal claim to own- Notice of Foreclosure Sale final discharge and that
the Name of the State of Flo- she will
STATE ) rida filed my petition for final dis- ership of hogs in the area affect- Notice is hereby given pursuant apply to the Honorable Ceorga L.

Keishtley' ............ ..Edttw OFFICE SECRETARY) SS TOi CHARLES SHOAF charge, and that I will apply to ed.The to a Final Decree of Foreclosure, Harper, County Judge of Na
: OF ) 120 West Hiawatha Street the Honorable George L. Harper Game and Fresh Water dated July 8, 1966, and entered I ku11a County, Florida, on the

Know ye, that I, Tom Adams, Tampa, Florida County Judge cf Wakulla 1 Fish Commission will declareall In Chancery Case No. 1384 : 15th day of August, 1966, forapproval
Secretary of State of the State County Florida, on August uncaptured hogs on the Au- of the Circuit Court of the Second of same and for final
.t Crawfordvill\ Fttrida You are hereby notified that lot and Area
J'nte.-d a of same
1966 Wildlife Management
approval cllla
of Florida, do hereby give notice Judicial Circuit Florida, discharge as Executrix of the
tecond clue matter. SuWrip- complaint to foreclose a mort- for final discharge as Executorof be wild hogs and to permit
at that Special Primary Elect- to In and for Wakulla County, in estate of Dock W. Simmons,
'ion rate $3.00 per year. ,ions will be held in Wakulla gage Langford executed and Marian by George L. R. the Estate of John A. Sanders, their hunting during appropriateopen the above styled cause, I will deceased, on this 6th day of

County on Tuesday August 2 ford Lang- deceased. seasons and under appropriate sell to the highest bidder for cash July, 1966.
and, If necessary, a second and, his wife, Harold Brown This June 27, 1966. rules and regulations of at the front door of the Wakulla Nolle BurgeExecutrix
Brown his wife
Betty and Fish
special election said Came and Fresh Water Court House in Craw- of the
primary on Wallace C. Martin and MildredW. Charles W. Cram County of
If You Meed. Tuesday August 16. Martin, his wife, to Lillian Executor of the Estate of Commission. fordvllle, Florida, at 11:00 o'- Dock W. Simmons,

The Special Primary Electionsare M. Kirch, and assigned to the John A. Sanders, Deceased. St. Joe Paper CompanyWeaverLoughridge clock A.M., oj the 28th day of deceased.

Office Supplies being held for the purpose of plaintiff, on the following des- 4t-6/30.7/7.14.21_ Lumber July[ A.D. 1966, the following 7/14,21,23,8/4.

Office Furniture. selecting nominees of recognized cribed property, to-witt CompanyBuckeyeCellulose described land situate, lying

Business Machines political parties to become Lots numbered five and Corporation and being in the County of Wa-
candidates in the General Elect- kulla and State of Florida to-
SM or Cell ion ten ((10)) in Block "D" of the Container Corporation. HEALTH COURSE-1
on November 8, 1966 for the wit
RANEY WHALEY office of Judge of the District Town of Crawfordville, Flo- Northwest FOR TEACHERDr.
Court rida, as shown by map or Begin at the corner
of Appeal, First Appellate -
altCAPITAL District. plat thereof of record on of the NE-l/4of Section P. H. Smith, Director -

OFFICE page 572 of Deed Book "C" MIHTES OF SPECIAL BOARD MEETING ON JULY II, )966 17, Township 3 South, Range Wakulla County Health
EQUIPMENT CO. Given under my hand and the t "D" of the public recordsof 1 West and run South along Department and Dr. Sara

Great Seal of the State of Wakulla County, Florida. The meeting was called for the purpose of paying all the center line of said Sec- Louise Smith, Dean Health

Florida, at Tallahassee, ALSO, the following personal bills for the past fiscal year,which ended June 30, 1966. tion 17, Township 3 South, Education Florida State
319 South Adam St. the Capital, this the First property, to-wit: The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Range 1 West 860 feet tothe u-

Corner E. Pen.aeolaTALLAHASSEE day of July A.D., 1966. 1 model 8 linotype mach- Chairman Roddenberry, with the following members point of beginning. From niversity, states that Mrs.
/S/ Tom Adams ine said point of beginning run Mary Nelda Russ,Teacher,
FLORIDA Secretary of State 4946lr bearing 1-xlS serial number present: Mr. Crum, Mr. Posey, Mr. Paulk, Mr.StrIck- South 660 feet, thence run Crawfordville School just
one Chandler absent-
land and Donald Tucker. Membsrs
(SEAL) and Price press with Kluge attorney East 330 feet, thence run completed a three weeks

7/7,14,21. feeder, 1 Pony Miehle Cylinder none. North 660 feet, thence run Health-Teacher Project in
Press, 1 Miller's saw The meeting was opened with a prayer by Mr. Paulk. West 330 feet to the point of Wakulla County Health De-

HENRY WILLIAMS trimmer, #3811, 1 Liberty Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded by Mr. Paulk, that beginning, containing 5 acres partment.Mrs. .

Folder #A 7136, 1 addresso- the Board accept the resignation of Mrs. Sherida crumas more or less, in the Russ was very impressed -
REAL'' 1 to the Superintendent. NE-l/4of Section 17, Town-
NOTICE graph machine #117618, Secretary with the many pro-
file cabinet, 1 double type Voting for the motion: Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. Crum, ship 3 South, Range 1 West. grams carried on and

IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, rack, all type, linotype me- Mr. Posey, Mr. Paulk, and Mr. Strickland. /Moody Pearce stated, "I never knew our

Reg. Real Estate BrokerSt. WAKULLA COUNTY.' FLORIDA tal and Incidental composing Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded by Mr. Posey, Moody Pearce, Clerk Health Department was so

Marks! Fla. File No.ESTATE. stones, reglets, Icade, that the Board employ Mrs. Shirley- Bailey as Secre- Circuit Court, Wakulla Important and reached out 'J
Ink and paper; one 26 inch
the Florida
tary superintendent. ,
Phone 741 OF JOMNW. FORREST, paper cutter, 1 desk, 1 L. SEAL to help every person In the
deceased. C. Smith Voting for the motion: Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. Crum, ( ) county.* .
typewriter, onecut Mr. Posey, Mr. Paulk, and Mr. Strickland. A. L. PorterCrawfordville
off saw and all other equipment The staff was happy
and supplies now by Mr. Paulk, seconded by Mr. Posey, to have Mrs. Russ with I
FOR DISCHARGEAll the bills be paid as presented. Attorney for Plaintiff.
used in the operation of the them for this course.
Associate:: Wakulla County News. Also Voting for the motion: Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. Crum, It714.
are notified
persons hereby
I. 'M. Hatcher Sr. that the undersigned as Admin 2 gas tanks, 2 gas heaters, Mr. Posey, Mr. Paulk and Mr. Strickland.

Phone WA h3201DAVE istratrix: c.t.a. of said estate. one window fan, all news- Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded by Mr. Posey, that
has completed the administration paper files in the office and the Board adjourn. I

HAMRICK thereof and has filed in said the subscription list to the Voting for the motion: Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. Crum,

court her application for dis Wakulla County News. Mr. Posey, Mr. Paulk, and Mr. Strickland.S. .
INSURANCE AGENCY charge Objections thereto, has been filed against you and

If any, should be duly filed. you are required to file your E. Roddenberry,
After filing proof of publication answer or other pleadings to the
S. E. Roddenberry, W. E. Whaley
showing this
notice has been complaint with the Clerk of the
i BONDS published once a week for four above styled court, and serve a SuperintendentSPECIALS M C C LEN DON FUNERAL
consecutive weeks, the matterof copy thereof or. the plaintiff's

\ CASUALTY distribution of said estate attorney, Edw. J. Hill, 107

MARINE will come before the court.FirstPublicatlonOntune23,16. Mi dye tte-Moor Building, Tallahassee HOME

Florida, not later than

FIRE /s/ the 26 diy of July 1966, and 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
Floy F. CaNun
that if you h.11 to do so a decree

PHONE 877-3108 As Administratrix. c.t.a. of pro confesso will be entered against .
said for the relief demanded -
estate. you
1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 6/23, 30,7/7.14._ in the complaint.This PHONE 385.1161 Tallahassee Fla.

notice shnll be: publishedonce
WANTEDM ; woman to a week for four consecutive .. .
succeed Rawleigh dealer In weeks in the Wikulla County I

TERRY HARRIS Liberty or Franklin County. News, a nc\/spip.rin Wakul SPECIALS: I' HI.. SAT., NOTICE Ol APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

Over 25 preferred and 'car la County, I lorid.i.DO : Sec. 194.16, F.S.
House tiring & ::T and GKoJ'tu atCruwfordvlllc -
necessary. Can earn $125 Notice Is Hereby Given, that Charles Barwick the holder of the
Appliance Wakulla 1sridj -
I Repair and up week from start. Count following certificates has
per filed
., this IS day of % certificates for a tax deed to
I Also Electric Blankets Write Rawleigh FL F 220 (SEAL) Fresh be the issued thereon. The certificate numbers and years of Issuance,
A description of
Lli4 ..Memphia.Tslllle._ the property, and the names In which it was assessed -
/$/ Moody Pearce lb are as follows: I

Route 1, Box 34 VENDING ROUTE: Available Clef ot the Circuit: Court FRYERS 29c' Certificate No. 25 Year Issuance .i962 I

Sopchoppy, Florida In this area. Will establish to Edw. J. HillAttorney Description of Property Lot 14, Block 14, Town of Panacea. |
at Law ... Name In which assessed
Phone WO-22342 qualified person part timework --- : Unknown, '
107 Midyttte-Moor Building All of said property being in the County of Wakulla, State of Flo-I I
Need'own car. Will Tallaha,ICe, Florida Sirloin TEA K ib. 79c rida. '

SPARE. TIM INCOMERefilling net nice Income. Age no obstacle Attorney for Plaintiff ._ Unless such certificate certificates shall be redeemed according '
I -- --
and collecting money $695 necessary. You 41-6/23.30.7/7,14. to law the property described In such certificate certificates will :'

coin from operated NEW TYPE dispensers high quality in this ,,will be fully trained bv us. T. BONE STEAK, lb. be sold to the highest bidder at the court house or door on the first :'

area. No selling. To qualify OR RENTT2 bedroom furnished Monday 1966 In Month of August 1966 which is the 1st day of August, ;

you must have car, references, house InWakulla Gardens. SALE 1965Elcamina CUBE STEAK Dated I
FOR lb. 99c this Sth day of July, 1966. j
$600 to $1900 cash. Seven to $50.00 monthly.. Phone WA6- Chevrolet Truck, one owner I
twelve hours 7721. Moody Pearce '
weekly can net excellent
monthly Income. More good condition. Good Nabisco SIP'N Clerk of Circuit Court of Wakulla
set of tires. One-half priceof 110t. ,42 County, Florida i
full time. For personal interview ., _
a new one like It.
write P. O. BOX 4135
PITTSBURGH, PA. 15202. In- Mrs. Dill Council, Craw- MARTHA WHITE INST. POTATOES 10forS9c

clude phone number. ordvllle. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

PureJIANE SYRUP, Vi gall 89c Sec. 194. 16, F.S. i
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':"'=-- ... Notice Is I
Tananassee Husiness Firms DIRECTORYPATRONIZE I ---- -- ---- Hereby Given that W. C. Pearce the holder of the followingcertiffcateshasfiledsaidcertiticates -

Snowdrift SHORTENING 3 Ibs. 89TPEANUTS" thereon The for a tax deed to be Issued -
numbers and years of Issuance, the
description of the property, and the names In which It was asses-
? sed are as follows:
I . 25
Certificate No. 6, 48, S9 72 Year ot Issuance 1964
.. --- ---e"I' Unknown In SE s1)2}
cor of
of S 1/2 of NW 1/4 of lot 23 HS
I BANANAS 2 Ibs. 25c : Herbert Critter, Lot 24,, Block E, Magnolia Gardens

PATRONIZE TIESE ADVERTISERS I Gerald Parlett, Lots 11 f 12 Block L, Magnolia Gardens
H. Steffen
Lot 44
--- ----- 0, Magnolia Gardens

FRM Hf 'SElL rida.All of said property being in the County of Wakulla, State of Flo-

afewSi certificates shall be
FEEDS. 0. I I. GRAMLING In such certificate ssfcsa

& CO. Monday 1966. In Month of ALigUst, 1966 at ,the a--j---. firs, w'

Flint River Mills Y One-Slop! Sen ice for SHOP LOCALLY ANA .EPIGOTT'S Dated this 5th day of July, 1966. a'r.

IOU ft. Monroe J>),. au.on.lakerAifo'rd Feed Seed .Fertilizer Moody Pearce
Poultry Supplies STORE Clerk of Circuit CoUrt of Wakulla t
Garden ToolsSo. MEDARTPIGQTL'S County| Florida

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Light Weight and Rtgular Phone 222-4112 Laws of 1935
TAt Pants Huuta" Concrete Block, CASH AND
Anything for your auto, truckor CARRY Notice Is hereby given
tractor. Also for your power Hanson, Wood and Certificate No.4, 38 46 that Tills Strickland > Holder of Tax
lawnmower and much for your lloel Ind. Inc. FORMERLY DURRAHCE STORE office; hit made appllcat.on.68' E 76 of 1964 ba' filed same In "*
fore Tax Dee'd
|uj* Said Ce.Uficate: to be Issued thereon.
Adam.St. Ph. 222.3380 S. Adam. St. at 4-PoinU embraces the fOllowing the
20634. County of described In
Wakulla property
Tel. 222-8840 P. 0. Box SSl Shop Here For. Stan of Florida
1964.. Wah Thoms
A 3., lw j 15 A. of Nl/2of Sl/2of NW 114 Sec 15
.. I containln&&; 15 ,
ALUMINUM SCREEN WIRE 1964, Jostph BailX !??,',
1964, U
Yaejrer, Inc. Little Folks Store, MAPLES CONCRETE PRODUCTS 1964, Jack Fussell, tot Lot 9,24 Block, Block N., Magnolia Gardens
Inc. Unless said Certificate Magnolia C tdea"

"Th Capital' SUPPLIES-AUTO-PARTS described therein shall be redeemed according to law, Property -
Majors for Minor" 3UIUUNG Courthouse door shall be sold to the highest bidder at the
01141 B.o
luv""lf Cilclrn&', Fen'itxrr, rut.,. ... which is the 1st oa tlue first Monday In the month of August, 1966,
Gam4t, Hobbui r ,-'FEED-SEED-FERTIlI R Dated e.u 5th day of A 115 ,
214 S. Adam, St Tel. ........ Baby Accessories ": day of J July, 1966.66.
J 133 N. Monroe St Ph. 222-1146 PHONE I Moody Pearce

STANDARD, -- OIL PRODUCTS( IM 6-550. 2 Clerk of Circuit Court ofWakulla County, FloridaWAlI1LU
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And Loan Association


JUNE 30, 1966 .

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65th Semi-Annual Dividend :\. ''. ,
P\... 9'I
.tt4' '.1 .

ALREADY IN 1966 MORE THAN '..-. { .:;. :... ptt"' Yh tJ\."

-ri.J ,. .(. \., \1
$750,000.00PAID \'-.f'' LimA
.J' r ..sr ..... f"V '\
... I[ -J\.......
SAVE Miss Mercedes Murphy, Mental Health Worker, Wakulla and Jefferson count-
ies, who is retired as of July 1, 1966 with thirty-two years of dedicated service
with Florida State Board of Health and Florida Crippled Childrens Commission was
RESOURCES: honored recently with a reception at Tallahassee Federal Savings and Loan. !
Over one hundred guests attended and Miss Murphy was presented a gift of Silver
Candelabra by Wakulla and Jefferson County Health Departments, District #;6
Crippled Childrens Commission and many friends.

First Mortgage Loans ....................N....... $41,074,990.07 DIRECTORS -- I

Home Improvement Loans ............... ....... 131,056.74 ANNOUNCING
Loans on Savings ..................................... 753,875.86Cash JACK W. SIMMONS

and Government Bonds ................... 2,387,971.24: L. D. FAIN MAXINE STEVENS '

Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank ........... 425,000.00 MASTER BEAUTICIAN ,
, Office Building and LandLess "

r ( Depreciation) ......... ............... 1,099,716.57 JOHN C. AUSLEY NOW WITHBARTON'S I, '

Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment y ;

(Less Depreciation).......................... 138,460.51 J. EDWIN WHITE I

Other Resources ....................................... 491991.62 ALLEN STILES, JR. PANACEA BEAUTY SHOP 1 4i 4\( \\

TOTAL RESOURCES ........... $46,503,062.61 W. ROBERT FOKES

Savings ................................................... $37,371,162.91 t t i '
Advance Payments by Borrowers ............. 166,345.13 THURSDAY ONLY 't\''. \"

Federal Home Loan Bank, Advances ....... 4,950,000.00Loans

in Process .................;.................... 740,092.62Other ", -
( ... .J. ',
Liabilities ........................:..;........... 73,243.73 :,, (..
rj.. t' r
I Unearned Income.................................... 101,303.95 "
Specific,arjd General Reserves .......*.:........ 3,100,914.27 .'. f: .
4 r' : j.; .,.
TOTAL LIABILITIES ............... $46,503,062.61 J '. ..


Chapman of the BoardAssistant
Vice Chairmen of the Board
Asst Secretary Director DR. FRED 0 CONRAD BETTY A. McNAIRAssistant Miss Northwest Florida,.,
of Business, Development Vice-Chairman of the Board TreasurerGEORGE crowned at a beauty pagenc ,
Assistant Secretary President, Controller July 4, has relatives In

MRS.MAEVAN WILSON MALCOLM C. McNEILL JR.Secretary MISS Assistant WILMA' Controller JOHNSON Crawfordvllle.Miss Jamie Carol Hud-
Mortoooe Service Officer .
son li the granddaughterof
Mrs. Ava Hudson and
SAVINGMAKES the neice of Mrs. Jerry
eoIxSURED DeFend, both of Craw-

) THEDIFFERENCE VISOREDh A TIMELY LOAN fordville.The 16-year old honey
.blonde won over a groupof
50 contestants as 5,000
coe CAN PUT YOU ON gathered Okaloosa County.at the event In

Jamie Is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Holton Hud
rrN+' r i
SUCCESS STREET! son of Fort Walton Beach.
Her father was formerly
connected with The Gulf ar-
ium, one of North Florida's
'Know of a good deal comingup tourists attractions. He Is

you should take advantage of? now onado manager Motel. A of past the.presi-Cor-

f Let us help you 'strike while the dent of the Fort Walton Ki-
kf wanls Club, he was honored -
iron's hot.' Let us negotiate a loan, a few years ago by the
area people as the 'Manof
tailored to needs. Interest
'to your the Year for his workIn
N rates are low. And the stakes are promoting the Miracle
" i Strip area from Pensacola -
t highl to Panama City.
Jamia plans to becomean
One of our proudest "pro airline hostess.
! .' (
} ducts" is service to enterprising

... ---...--= --..::....- : -, -'* ; business men. Make us your financial REVIVAL AT PENTECOSTAL


INSURANCE CORP..I| Holiness Church of craw-
Tallahassee Federal fordville will begin revival
services July IS with the
LEWISSTATE Rev. C. E. Askew from
Greenville,South Carolina,
f as the evangelist.The ..
BANKFlorida't west of Crawfordville on
440 r: Monroe Street Tallahassee, Florida the Arran Highway each Services -
l will begin night. .
Telephone 224.2161 f at 7,30.
'The public Is cordially
HOURS Mondiy-Thundjj,1.30 l.m.to 3 p.m.-Fridiy i.m.to I p.... invited to attend. .
Pidtnl. dtglf oa CaeaN+w

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children, Ken- We are happy to have Mr. HARVEY s. PERSONALS
I nis, Ilene and Alene, visited Guss Simmons home from
Mr. Harrell's mo- the Tallahassee Memorial Funeral services were Mr. and Mrs. Luther j
B'{ Louise C. Sapp ther, Mrs. Ethel Ryals in Hospital.Mr. held Monday for Harvey S. Tucker and son,Stan, spent I
R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME 1 Lake City, Sunday. Middleton 67, who died the Fourth of July week-
Licensed Embalmer Mr. and Mrs.Perry Gie- and Mrs. Martin L. Saturday morning at Tallahassee end at Daytona Beach.
& Funeral Director ger and children visited Mayor J. M. Robertshas i|I Williams of Charleston, S. Memorial Hospital. n
Phone 6973366CARRA Mrs. Geiger's mother, retired from the City Commission I C. spent last week with The services were at Mrs. John Plgott,Linda
Mrs. T. W. Beasley last after serving ten I]': his mother Mrs. Harriet 4:00 p.m. at the graveside and Johnny, left July 6th
week. The Giegers live in which he was.: Wilder. In panacea Park
BELLE, FLA. Arcadia years, of .I I Cemeterywith for a three weeks visit to
"24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"SERVING Florida, where City councilman four years Kilbournof the Rev. George A. Mrs. Piggott's parents In
Perry Is Principal of the .;
and Mayor six years. Tom { Miss Terryss Dickey officiating. Burial Council Bluff, Iowa.
Arcadia High School Kemp was elected Chairman .I of Tallahassee visited her followed under the direction -

WAkULL. "('QUNTYSI''EVE ,). while Laurice Roberts I grandmother, Mrs. Annie of J. A. Culley and Anne Mathis, Pam Oliver -
Miss Mattie Revell of was also elected as a City I Harms, over the weekend.Mr. Sons. I and Wayne Pelt return-
Tallahassee the
I was week- Councilman. He was a member of I ed last Saturday fromMYF
end guest of Miss June Ro- and Mrs. Alfred the Tyrian Lodge III, F & Camp at Leesburg, Fla.
REVELL berts. Mr. Theran Dolin of St. Futch of Panama City are AM of Warner Robbins,
Petersburg, Florida,visit- spending a few days with Ga., and a member of the Mrs. Buck Miller and
ROBERT H. RODDENBERRY, Assocf.t Mrs. Nell Joiner and ed his nephew, Mr. and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Riverside Baptist Churchof son, Mark, are back home
A FULL TIME AND husband of Tallahassee visited Dolin, dur- Shelton Roddenberry.Ben Panacea.A .
COMPLETE: REAL ESTAtE; .SERVICE Mrs. Wpodrow after visiting her parentsin
.. and
Mr. Mrs. Sealy
ing the Fourth of July Hol- retired civil Service St. Petersburg.The .
Crum and other relatives idays. Isler has been transferred employee of Warner Robins
FHA FINANCING AT 6% Monday, July 4. from the Talla- he served in active
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Re- hassee Memorial Hospitalto duty with the U.S. Army Rev. Luther Stokes
; ANY TIPS HOMfe BUILT ON YOUR LOT-\>* ACREAGE Mrs. Ruth Rowan fromFt. vell and daughters, Terri I the Carrabelle Hospital. prior to his civil service returned to his home Wed-

SEHVIPG WAKUtlA Myers, Florida, spent and Debbie, of Ocala, visited employment.He nesday after being In the
COUNTY AM TJK CCHSTAL AREAJU42601 several days in the homeof Mrs. Revell's aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Is survived by his county several days.

YU4-7435 a relative, Mrs. Norma Mrs. Louise Sapp,last Sun Roddenberry and his sister widow, Helen Middleton of
W02-2194 Rudd. Joining Mrs. Rowan day. They also attended the Mrs. Macon Rudd, left Panacea; one con, Michael Mr. Floyd Baker and
PANACEA I last weekend was her Revell reunion, which was Saturday for a vacation trip Middleton; two daughters, Mrs. Bohley from the State
.... FLORIDA daughter Dale, and Dale's held Sunday at Mt. Beasor through several states of Mrs. Evelyn Springer ofWarner Board of Health In Jack-

LET_US.,BUY OR SELL FOR" YOU husband, John. Church, with approximately the Smokey Mountains.The Robbins, Ga., and sonville, visited the.Health
ninety In attendance. Hope Middleton of Pana- department last week.
I Mr. and Mrs. Barney Alford Roddenberry cea; and three sisters,
family have moved into Hattie Middleton and Pearl Jack Townsend is attend-
their lovely new home southof Saterfield of Baltimore, ing Y.M.C.A. Camp this
Sopchoppy.Mrs. and Mrs. E. E. LaLoude, week at Quincy, Fla.
of Highland Springs, Vir-
Florida Roberts ginia. W. T. Sanders, Jr., returned -
accompanied her brother, He is also survived by to his Job at Grand
James Morrison to Tallahassee ten step-children: Johnny Turk after visiting Mr. and
last Monday, wherehe Stribling..cerrle Thompson Mrs. W. T. Sanders,Sr.,at
entered Tallahassee and Jo Roussey of Pan Sopchoppy.Mrs. .
% Memorial Hospital for an acea; Jean Thompson,Lin-
4.5 -1ii: operation. We trust he will da Stribling, Larry Strib- Bob McDanlel and
enjoy improved health a- ling, and Mark Stribling, three children from Tal-
gain. of Warner Robbins, Geor- lahassee and Mrs. Mc-
gia; Charles Stribling,with Daniel's parents, the Rev.
ON i SSBOOK SAVINGS Sopchoppy friends. are the Army In Viet Nam; Sue and Mrs. Hinton from We-
saddened over the sudden Koth of Aurelia, Iowa; and wahitchka, visited last
death of Eddie Lawhon's Billle Llppert of Jackson- Thursday with Mr. and I
paid r I r Vi'.5i11 brother> Abner, of Miami.He ville. Mrs. Charlie Tucker. 'I
was buried in the West He was a native of
Sopchoppy Cemetery last smithfield, Maryland, and Mrs. Bobby Posey and
Friday. His wife,Rose, and had resided in Panacea for children left by train Tues
[ k her sister, Mary Moore of 12 years. day for Iowa to visit Mrs.
Miami, are spending this Posey's parents. They will
I week with Eddie. They will return August 15. ,
'- leave shortly for North I
is t Carolina to visit a brother Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Po-
/ before returning to Miami. SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS sey and two boys have returned
home from a trip to

6 MONTH Pasadena, Texas where
I they visited Mr. and Mrs.


r. a patient at Tallahassee
T STATE Memorial Hospital.

1Thursdav. TODAY TH1 t!'. SAT Miss Sylvia Kay Brown,
daughter of Mrs. Kathryn
Friday C Saturday Brown Kirkland and Fred

Kirkland of Medart, Flor-
"TARZAN AND THt AnnMargretRed ida, and her guest Mr.
, VALLEY OF COLD" Buttons Glenn Forrester of Col-
'. umbia, Alabama, visited in
and"FRINKENSTEIN in the home of her parents

GREAT GOINGS ON" CONQUERSTHE "STAGECOACH"CAPITOL Mrs.and grandparents McLaughlinover, Mr. and

WORLD" the July attending 4th holiday.Auburn SylviaIs Uni-

....,j L versity, Auburn, Alabama.She .
) AT attended Chipola Junior
PERRY HIGHWAY DRIVEINON College for the past year
OUTDOORToday WOODVILLE HWT. and a half and transferredto
Auburn for the summer
CHEVROLET semester. She will continueat
thru. Saturday Thurs., Fri., & Sat. Auburn in September as
a Junior.
Nothing To Buy!!! ,.,,' %* Register Now At
;% *t Elvis Presley ATTACK OF THE

Must Be. 21 Yrs. Of New Car Showroom!! n In y JUNGLE WOMEN"
Mr. Claude C. Hose of
Age Or Older Through July 15th "FRANKlEAND JOHNNY" "W M-EATER OF KUMAON'PERILS Madison, Mrs. Fae Le Gal-
Register lee of Panama City, and
Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Hoseof

Wayfarer Campers OPEN 'TILL 9:00: P.M. "YOUNG AND WILLING" THElvtACNIFICENF" Crawfordville Miami visited last relativesin week.

Available Through for your .... .....11I ...
K&R Trailer Center Mr. Mrs. Harvey

Tallahassee, Fla. .. .. CONVENIENCEThis -I I II I Hoffman of Augusta, Geor-
gia, spent last week with
I I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Levy of

New Wayfarer Camper Can Be Yours j it I Wakulla Beach.


Mrs. Margaret Marie
i Messer, age 84, of Carra-
Now on display in our showroom, come by and look over the selection of 'over 200 new CHEVROlETS, and I I belle died Thursday, June
take demonstration ride!! Register for this new WAYFARER Camper to be given away to some lucky personon 30 In Community Hospital
July 15th. 1966!!! Drawing to be held at 6:00 p.m.July 15th at Alford Chevrolet Co. following an extended ill-

i \\'J\\ ness.R.L. Riley Funeral Homeof

Discounts on all new CHEVROLETS in stock!! Liberal trade-in allowances, quick, easy, JPI carrabelle was In chargeof
low rate financing. t arrangements.She .
CHEVROLET !i Ion truck ready was a native of Car-
Lotl-327 N. Adams LOOK AT THESE EXAMPLES! rabelle and a member of the
1962 Truuckk $1195 First Baptist Church.Dur-
Phone 224.3211 1 Lot #2- Ford Dump, Flat Bed ing WWI she was a Red
1964 Chevrolet. $1495 1414 S. Monro YOUR CONVENIENCEFamous serving in
4 door VS Belair sedan radio $1795 France.
1964 I Impala .
heater automatic Funeral services were
V-*. automatic OK Quality
clean on. owner. I door hardtop.
II $1195 '! heater and held Saturday at 3:00 P.M.
1964 Chevy ftea'wahl.a'a: : 1-Year G-W Warranty II In the First
1 door equipped with ridio. $1295 i Baptist
1962 Ford .
heater. itandard Uanimiwionnd LONG TRADES- Rev. Henry Pickern offic-
low m" 4 door V-S sedan with automatic
i low
FALCON $695 tranamlialon. radio and beater. EASY TERMS I BEER-A big boost to the! economy I iated and burial followed in
1 1962 :
standard tranamliIon. 1960 Chevrolet. $695 Evergreen Cemetery.Survivors .
with !
I 4 door. radio. heater clean one STATION WAGON 4 door S The brewing industry each year contributes over are daughter
owner PONTIAC ear. $595 cylinder.Ion. A lot with ol standard room for tranamla.aUU ALFORDCHEVROLET 1.4 billion dollars in federal,state and local excise Mrs. Bernice Alford, of

.1 I960 equipped with radio, heater and 1962 Chevrolet. $1195 CO. ; taxes. Wages and salaries in the brewing industry Jacksonville, two sisters,
.tom.UC ua".mla.IOII. 4 door V-4 BeLAIr with radio, I Ij account for almost 500 million dollars, and the Mrs. Lillie Evans of Sop-
j 1964 VW $1095 heater power, automatic ateerlnf.Irantmlaiionand (5U ARE BETTER: OFF BY TAR I purchase of packaging material from other industries choppy and Mrs. Addle
radio healer one nwn 1963 Pick Up. $1195 IN AN ALFORD CAR. Boyd of Jacksonville, one
I runs over 650 million. So next time you
brother, G.W. Roberts of
enjoy tool, refreshing brew after hard work or Pensacola and three
play, remember-BEER is good in more ways children. grand- ..

(ALFORD CHEVROLET than one! Pallbearers were Sam

L tlt Neel, Don Musgrove, Odls
f CHEVAOIAT P.0.MX J7 J,W1NTU ,NIfI..rUMIM \ I Eejgar Messar and Quinten
327 No. Adams St. .J

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