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 21, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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R. Wheaton Eckerd Drugs of Florida 'TRAVEL MAGAZINE
call for the best men One Wakulla County vocational A of, citizens in Miley Miens, State Rep- today announced an all-our

available" to serve on the agriculture stu- group resentative Elect for Tallahassee and neighboring -
Florida Cattlemen'sAssociation Crawfordville met Monday attack on the selling of Indecent -
West dent attended the Florida Franklin Leon, and Wak- coastal communities -
Meets. ASC county committee was night In the Florida power literature and calledon
issued today by Richard Forest Service Forestry of ulla Counties met with Ran- the public-at-large to are featured in an article
for the purpose
Members of the West Gowdy, County Office Man Training Camp at O'Leno Lounge information per- dolph Hodges, Director of Join the "war on smut.* I "Northwest Florida,'

Florida Cattlemen's Association ager, Agricultural Stabilization State Park during the weekof getting taining to the establishingof the State Board of Conser- In a news conference at appearing in the July Issueof

held their quarterly and Conservation July 10-16. central water and vation to discuss problemsand Tampa's Airport Motel, Travel Magazine, now
meeting Tuesday evening Service. A slate of nominees Selected by the local Fut- system for the residents new developments in Jack M. FcVeid, presidentand : on the newsstands.
attheWakullaCounty for membership on the ure Farmers of America of Crawfordville. the Florida Seafood Indus- chairman of the boardof Written by Nancy Love,

Livestock pav1l1ion.The committee will soon be est- Chapter, he is Henry Jones. Donald S. Taylor, super- try. Fckerd Drugs!' of FloridaInc. the article points out that

Association represents ablished at the ASCS county A total of 93 FFA boys visor of Leon, Jefferson, Pertaining to our trl- ., declared; Northwest Florida has

members from the six office. attended camp last week. and Wakulla Counties for county area,the conservation "During the past few more to offer vacationersthan I

counties of Wakulla, Liberty committee The camp Is split into two department alreadyowns Its'well-deserved reputation -
The systen. the Farmers Home Administration years, I have Increasingly .
Calhoun, Bay, Gulf is the backbone of farm one-week sessions. spoke to the a tugboat and Is now alarmed at the as a fisherman's
and Franklin. The boys are receivingfield in the of procuringa :ise."
programs, Mr. Gowdyde- gathering with Informationon process increase! of magazines and parac
Guest speaker for the evening clared. Its responsibilities and classroom Instruction how to go about get- barge to be used for haul- tabloid newspapers which The writer starts with

was Dr. Roberto E. include the conservation of from professional ting the facility. ing and re-planting oyster are obviously published to Tallahassee;; and describesthe
parajon of the Marketing foresters of the Florida shells in the ApalachicolaBay of the
natural resources, the stabilization Taylor worked with pan- promote the prurient rath- pleasures seeing
Division, Florida Depart- of agricultural Forest Service, the University acea and Sopchoppy in help area. Citing a shortageof er than the truth, and cer- capital's out standing;

ment of Agriculture. Dr. commodities, and price- of Florida, and pri- ing them get underway on funds as the main reason tain paper-hack books springs and gardensswim-

parajon discussed the beef support activities which vate industry. Vocational their water project.He why such a program had which are designed to do mlng at nearby beaches,

cattle industry of South protect and improve farm agriculture teachers are stated that if the peo- not begun previously,Hodges the same. enjoying wildlife and eating
America and how the State as counselors. stated that a suitable seaf' od.
income. We need the best serving ple of the Crawfordville The persons who pub-
Department of Agriculturehas possible cross section of "These boys are eager to area wanted a central water barge might be obtained in lish and sell this type of Indecent Noting that visitors aro

initiated Interest In the farmers to insure effect- learn modern forestry that it couldbe the very near future literature obviouslyare struck with the beauty and

export marketing of cattle ive administration of the practices says E. R.Ed) obtained system through aid through negotiations with not interested in the well kept appearance of

from Florida to South America various measures." Howard, information & Education from the Federal Govern- the federal government. welfare of our country or Tallahassee, the author recounts -

Chief of the Florida Thinking at present the capital's historyand
In Wakulla County, Mr. ment.It its future, Eckerd said.
Many are Tested But Gowdy explained, 60 farm- Forest Service and director was pointed out that seems to be that if the oyster "It Is virtually impossibleto describes following the

Few Reach the Market. ers took part last year In of the annual camp. there are many advantagesof shells can be returned prevent children from self-guided tour map obtained -
"We to acquaint them the bay waters from the Chamber of
try immediately to -
America's food; supplies one or more programs administered having a central water reading and looking at these
with as much basic and after shucking then the Commerce.
by the ASC one of which is books and magazines he
would be cut in half if system
did chemi- Committee. These pro- practical forestry as pos- found In the reduction of "spat" and baby oysters continued, but, as an Independent Four attractions within ,.
farmers not use '
sible. the shells 15-mile radius of the
larger city
deal generally In fire Insurance rates. By businessman, I
cal controls to halt the grams
a tight schedule and mentioned worth
could survive
damage from insects, rodents the field of price-support, having a central water system generate hope that I may contributemy are as
production adjustment and are courses in forest gen- the community would more oysters. However, if part in starting a moveto seeing. These are the Tallahassee -
plant etics, gum farming, forest the shells remain out of Junior Museumand
assistance.Any that Is always halt the
conservation have an asset ever-Increasing
The era of plenty that we
fire prevention and control for the pioneer Alfred
water too long Village,
local resident who Is looked for by Indus- flow of smut literature.
is the direct
enjoy today reforestation tropical for- B Maclay Gardens Wakulla
"spat" and baby oysters ,
result of man's ability to eligible to take part In an and try, either large or small, Effective immediately,
estry, forest I clinging to the shells to Springs and Battle of
locate Eckerd said the
who want to suppliersof
control Insects and ASCS farm program may might
pests diseases outdoor recrea- when : Natural Bridge Park.St. .
survive re-planted,
hold officeas books and magazines to
and he here.It .
through use of agricultural vote, may
tion and wildlife Marks also receives
manage- then it Is apparently betterto
his 60-store chain
chemicals. a committeman,regard was stated that from in FlorIda -
ment. Recreation activities let the shells dry thor- favorable attention. Its
Some less of race, color, creed, past efforts an area similar have been notified thatEcker'
consumers ques- Include in the I seafood
swimming before replanting.Evidently.spatfromoth. rates a rave review -
.- of Florida will ,
Crawfordville a us.rof
tion the safety of theM or national origin. Further River softball to both excellent
Santa Fe as being -
chemical controls qualifications of committeemen this type system would ( enforce !In all stores a
even shuffleboard, volley ball, will and and inexpensive. A visit
er oysters cling to
detailed research i Is available at the pay approximately $5.00 "strict adherence to a basic
though on
and movies.: easier on the replanted to the St. Marks Fort anda
month minimum. grow publication selection code.
each chemical's safety is ASCS County Office. The boys sleep in sturdy per shells In the bay drive through; the St.
"We have instructed
the specifically
carried out long before the Farmers who are eli- Within next two -
cabins which are perma- if the slimy coat- Marks National Wildlife
In the elect- weeks individuals will all of our
material is the gible to vote sup-
put on mar- ion also have the right to nent structures In the park. make a survey of this com- Ing on these shells has been pliers to abide by the cod- Refuge to the lighthouse is
ket.First They eat hot meals in the removed by thorough dry- described.The .
tests determineacute nominate as a candidate munity to try to determinehow I ing system supplied by var-
I modern dining hall. ing). Interesting! appeal of beaches at
showsif for committee membershipany many people would be ious national organizations -
toxicity. This
The week of activitieswas
work Is Alligator and
the chemical can be used farmer who Is eligible interested In tying into a Much research among which are the Point Carra-
climaxed on Friday belle is
presently being done In oysters endorsed for those
if it were National office of
safely in further experi- and willing to serve. water system Decent
with the selection of
night who like
scallops shrimp, undeveloped sea-
ments. Then research Such petitions, each one available. Literature (NODL). the
four outstanding campersand and clams in shore and sand dunes.
our area. Dog
Another is set Churchmen'sCouncil
farmer and meeting National
workers use the materialsIn nominating one
the presentations of Island and
90-day feeding trials on signed by six or more eli- awards. for July 25.'OPERATION. All four grow much fasterIn and others," Eck- also described.St. George are
Gulf waters
our warm
laboratory animals. Detailed gible voters, may be filedat The training Is !nits erd said.
camp Apalachicola Is
than they do in the Chesa- pointedout
Eckerd said he !is invit-
studies made of the office any
are county
32nd year, making it peake Bay waters fartherto as being famous for its
these animals to see what time before August 1. Eligible ing the support of educat-
the oldest In the nation. It the North.A oysters, which have a"del
effects, if any, the chem- voters may sign as Is also the largest. LEAVE' IN EfFECTAT new seafood process- ional, parent-teacher organizations icious, nutty flavor," and

ical compound has on organs many petitions as they Operating expenses for TYNDALL AFB ing, breading, and freezing the clergy,the also as the home of Dr.
media and all
and skin. This Infor- wish. Additional nomina- news per
the are donated John
camp every plant Is planned In Apalachicola Inventor of
mation is useful during tions may be made by the year by Florida forest Big Air Force cargo air- sons interested in a "decent" the
and Ice-making
pro by Kirkpatrick machine.
subsequent manufacturingand incumbent ASC county craft will arrive at Tyndall America to Join in
ducts Industries.MRS. The Florida
Incorporated.The Development
Company, -
handling of the com- committee. The committee AFB near Panama City ona the battle.
pound. In their selection of twice a day schedule to plant will be dismantled "It is my profound andsincere Commission assistedthe
Nantlcoke. Maryland, desire to sweep writer with informationand
JIMMY HENDERSON assist the movement of
Next step In the detailed nominees, will make every re-assembled{
research program la effort to see to It that their HONORED AT SHOWER military personnel on leave and en toto out this smut and I am go- photographs.
in Apalachicola. It will employ in my
field testing. Here exten- list of candidates repres- enroute to or returning Ing to do everything

sive studies are made of ents the various types of Mrs. Jimmy Henderson, from Southeast Asia, and twenty to twenty-five power tondo my share in
who stranded as a result persons. More and more of this fighthe added.
any residues that may be farming and the racial the former Miss Marilyn are C'VILLE PERSONALS
the efforts in the Florida
left on food crops.At composition of farmers of Alligood, daughter of Mr. of the airlines strike. will be
Seafood Industry
the same time bio- the count. and Mrs..C. of According to Col. Tho-
S. Alligood directed toward frozen and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
logical studies are carriedout The electionoASccom- Crawfordville, was recent- mas DeJarnette, 4756th Air breaded ready to cook and BOATING REGISTRATIONN Smith and grandson Eddie:

to find the long-time mitteemen in Wakulla ly entertained with a kitchen Defense Wing commanderat of canned ready to eat prod- REVENUE TOLDConservation Carlan, visited wilh! Mr

effects on laboratory animals shower at the home of Tyndall. the airlift Claude
County will be held by mail is of 'Op Director Hose In Madisor .
fed and exposed to Mrs. A. L. Porter In Craw- personnel part ucts.Hodges last Sunday.
1626. reported a recent
balloting August a Randolph Hodges said that
eration Combat Leave,
varying amounts of the Under a change in ASC fordville. Mrs. G. W.Tullyand project Initiated Sunday by meeting In Chicago with from July 1, 1963, when the
compound. These tests Involve Mrs. Moody Pearce Mr. and
committee Mrs. David
election procedures madeIn members of a Annual Boat RegistrationLaw
the life span of sev- were co-hostesses with President Johnson. Burkhalter and chil-
1965 one county committee responsible for placing became effective,
designated as the pick-
eral of
generations test Mrs. Porter. dren from
animals. This take member was electedfor up point for all qualified food on the accepted list through December, 1965, Augusta, Ga..
may a 1-year term, one Special guestswereMrs. of menu items for the United the various counties had were guests of Mr. and
members of the Air Force,
three years or more. The C. S. Alligood mother of Mrs.
member for a 2-year term, and States armed forces.He received a total of$1,291- George Gibbs recent
Marines Navy
test animals are watched the bride Army, ,
Mrs. ly. Mrs.
Grace Burkhalter
Mrs.Gibbs' .
and the third member for 789.20 In
for a Guard stranded by and members of his boating registration -
constantly biological Council
any aunt, and Mrs. A- sister
3-year term. Therefore are especially inter- revenue, of which two-
change that may occur. very Scott of Tallahassee the strike in Northwest group
1966 and succeeding years, ested In placing more Flo- thirds or $867,859.47 wentto
in evaluation Florida.
Final ofa
new step agricultural chemi- only one regular member sister of the groom.Classmates of the. bride Tyndall officials said' rida seafood products on school boards and $433- Mr. E. G. rUmmlck visited -

cal is large-scale field will be elected annually for all members of the 196ti that according to Inform- this list of accepted foods 929.73 went to the county relative in Jamestown -

testing.Research. a term of 3 years. Each class ation received they expecttwo for the military thereby expanding commissioners.To Tennessee last Wfft.
graduating served. end.
. however first and the date, a total $650-
on one agri- year, They flights daily, one to arrive ever
were Miss
second alternate committeemen Kathy 000 in boating has
chemical takes at 7:50 a.m. and another market for Florida prod- revenue
cultural five will be elected for Strickland, Miss Jan Pearce at 2:50 p.m. Flights ucts. He also gave an Interesting been transferred to the Mi. and Mr*. C, L.
three to
from years Miss Karen Nazworthand
Outdoor Recreation Townsend jr. otc lr ..
1-year terms. expected to continue report on a fish Pro- *
and costs from $500,000 to' Miss Martha Turner.A are ville
w until the end of the strike. skinning and flleting ma- gram, and another $300- TUU1 hi* par.i ts.
Once com- fortune teller
$3,000,000. Gypsy personnel who chine obtained from Gor- 000 Is due to be trans- Mr. and Mr-a. Tew \.

pleted, the data are checked entertained by reading Stranded should ton's of Gloucester which ferred In the near future. send. Sr.. hilt 'of'tn4..
by the Federal Food CARD Of THANKSThe palms and telling fortunes, want transportation They all aft
is used In the St. Tewele -
now being
and Drug AdministrationFDA then sent the bride on a call Tyndall base opera- ding of Uta f' Temaend

( ) against work doneon family of John Al- treasure hunt to find her tions at 286-2111, exten- Petersburg area. in Chlp1tJW't'

the chemical in their ener Lawhon wished to express gifts. She was given an electric sion 3241 or 3242. Through expanded advertising CRAWFORDVILlE PERSONALSMrs. a.1',

own laboratories. Then a our deepest appre- mixer by her host- Personnel on leave priorto i and promotional Mrs. A, M
tw.A a
from procedures coupled with
safe level for harvest residues ciation and thanks to our esses. or Just returning Ana Hudson and patient Ta1t .
research and J? u., Memorial
is set by FDA In accordance friends and relatives for Southeast Asiawillbemoved expanded Mrs. Jerry Defend had as Ho.pltal.'

with good farming the wonderful prayers,floral on a priority basIs in sound conservation pract- their guests last weekendMr.
food and WOMAN'S CLUB the military aircraft and ices the seafood Industry
practices.The offerings, and Mrs. Richard Defend Sonny tummlcfc
results of this research kindness shown us in our BOARD MEETING are requested to contact throughout our entire state Mrs. Annie SnltzmIre his sister B lll.
base has unlimited posslblitles |fcun m
program may be hour of deep sorrow. the nearest Air Force for the I nad Mrs. Sophia Breckman Manama Ut -n.hnJ.

read on the labels of pesticide May God bless you. The Crawfordville Wo- for additional information. future. from Nashville, Ill. -

containers. All test- man's Club will hold their Servicemen will have to I In inlets Mrs. FTn-
Safety <<<
PI Smith
Ing and checking is done Rose and J. E. Lawhon regular monthly board be in uniform and in pos-and Because of nickel at lnleiteel'i .. Greg Keightley returned spent a few days It her

before the product Is put meeting Tuesday night, July session of valid orders toughness, ai',well II 1U home Sunday after a month home in panacea She has

on the market. And of the 26 at 8:00 P.M. Identification cards before gleaming appearance the material visit to Ohio, Tennessee, been in CalnenUl where

thousands of new chemi- All Board members are transportation will be provided I I. used for doors on modern and Kentucky. her husband 1. In the hos-

cals screened, only a few urged to attend. bank vaults and to make cafe ; pital.1g .

ever reach the market. deposit boxei.

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; MUNTT MKWITIi / FOR SALE: Like new foldaway $125.00 per monin icr a NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX .

1HURS0AY.!! JUL...81. -.i.t' r LEGAL NOTICE' bed with good inner- In the Circuit Court of the. Second healthy lady to live In as Sec. 194.16, F.S. DEED
J JI Circuit of Florida member of our family. Occupy -
spring mattress sleeps 2.
i Notice Isfollowing
I conditionedroom that Charle,
ForWakulla air certifibcates Barwick
Call WA6-3251. In and nice has for
i the
filed tae
I NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Chancery.No. connecting aald certificates dee '
In T. V.
County. be issued thereon. The certificate
I 1385.FORECLOSURE. cook and keep house the of the
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE MARKETING RESEARCH bath. description property, and the acmes in whichlISuance,
WAKUL1A Interesting Part Time Work \ OF MORTGAGE for yourself, my wife reseed are I' folJowll as-

In Court of the County Judge NO SELLINGA S. L. Moore two teenage grandchildren. Certificate No. 25 Year of Issuance 1962-
COUNTY NEWS Wakulla County, State of Plaintiff, Write particulars to JerryW Description of Property lot 14 Block 14 Town of ...._.
FloridaIn leading national research vs.Lawrence. Carter, 915 BrookwoodDr. Name ID which .saeaeda'1JnJaiOWD' Cea.
Telephone WAU$. W re the Estate of ) organization needs respon- and Jeannie ., Tallahassee, or phone All of said property being In the County of Wakulla, State of Flo-
W. Simmons) In Probate 877-5976 rida.
sible men and women with wife, 222-1828 or
Clover his
Deceased. ) cars to conduct personal Defendants. i weekends after 5 P M Unless such certificate certificate shall be redeemed accordi
to law the property described In such certificate certtflcateYwm
(t. To All Whom It May Concerns Interviews In the Wakulla, Notice of Foreclosure Sale be sold to the highest bidder at the court house door on the

Notice Is hereby given that Franklin, Calhoun, Liberty Notice Is hereby given pursuant Mnano s Monday In Month of August, 1966, which Is the lit: day of Augi first
Nolle Burge filed her final report & Gulf Counties. ThisIs ae.u *,
of sea ,
as Executrix of the estateof pan afternoon and part to a Final Decree 15 1966, and entered n.. Dated this 5th day of July, 1966.
KeI.rte, ._. fJlU' Dock W. Simmons deceased dated July ,
Virginia ,.' ; evening work or can be doneIn In Chancery Case No. 1385 Moody Pearce
that she filed has petition for
final discharge, and that she will the evening If necessary.You of the Circuit Court of the Second Clerk of Circuit Court of Wakulla County, Florida
will be paid from the Judicial Circuit of Florida,
tarried at CrawfordTille, Florid* apply to the Honorable George L. time you leave your home in and for Wakulla County, in
of Wa-
at second class matter Subecrip kulla Harper County, County, Florida Judge, on the until the time you return. the above styled cause, I will

Sion rate: $300p ryar. 15th day of August, 1966, for Payment rate Is $1.65 plus sell to the highest bidder of the for NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
approval of same and for final 8J( per mile for the use of cash at the front door in Sec. 194. 16, F.S.

discharge as Executrix of the your car. Experience is desirable Wakulla Crawfordville County, Florida Court,House at 11.00, Notice Is Hereby Given, that W. C. Pearce the holder of the fol-
estate of Dock W. Simmons but not necessary. lowing certificates has filed said certificates for a tax deed
If YoutJeed. of o'clock A.M. on the 3rd dayof worldnews to be Issued -
deceased, on this 6th day Must have telephone.Write
August, A.D. 1966, the following thereon. The certificate numbers and years of Issuance, the
Office Supplies July, 1966. qualifications to Box # 307 described land situate, lyIng description of the property, and the names in which it was asses-
BurgeExecutrix Crawfordville. Fla. of sed follows
and being in the County are as
Office of the estate of
Furniture Wakulla and State of Florida, Certificate No. 6, 48, 59. 72 Year of Issuance 1964
Business Machines DockW.deceased. LEGAL NOTICE to-wltt Unknown in SE cor. of SI/2, of S 1/2 of NW 1/4 of lot 23 HS

BMW CaD 7/14,21,28,8/4. Commence at a point where In' Herbert CrItser, Lot: 24, Block E, Magnolia Gardens
RANEY WHALEY the south boundary line of Gerald Parlett, Lots 11 & 12 Block L, Magnolia Gardens
Notice Is hereby given. follows the Old Arran and Wakulla M. H. Steffen, Lot 44, Block 0, Magnolia Gardens

CAPITAL : Public Road intersects the f@CUS All of said property being In the County of Wakulla, State of Flo-
OFFICE I Free running or feral hogs must western boundary line of rida.
EQUIPMENT CO. LEGAL NOTICE ,be removed from the Aucllla State Road No. 3o9 in Lot Unless such certificate or certificates shall be redeemed according
Wildlife Management Area by 76 of Hartsfield Survey of to law the property described in such certificate or certificates will
J19 South Adams St. trapping or capturing with dogs Lands in Wakulla County, be sold to the highest bidder at the court house door on the first
within a period of 90 days beginning Florida, and run South along Monday In Month of August, 1966, which Is the 1st day of August
Corner E. PensaeoiaTALLAHASSEE. STATE: OF FLORIDA ) July 1, 1966. Permits the western boundary line of One Norwoy St, Baton Mo.0211 1966. '

FLORIDA OFFICE SECRETARY) SS !removing said hogs maybe said State Road No. 369 the Dated this Sth day of July, 1966.
OF STATE: ) I obtained from the Panama City distance of 1040 feet to the Plane enter my tubwrlptlon to the
!office or Lake office of the Monitor for the period checked bo- Moody Pearce
Know ye, that I, Tom Adams, City point of beginning.
Secretary of State of the State Came and Fresh Water Fish said point of beginning run low I enclose f-. (U.S. Fund) Clerk of Circuit Court Wakulla County, Florida

of Florida, do hereby give notice Commission upon presentationof South along the west bound- D I YEAR $24 a < month! $12
HENRY WILLIAMS that Special Primary ElectIons an affidavit attesting to the ary of said State Road No. I
will be held In Wakulla applicant's legal claim to own- 369 the distance of 210 feet, a 3 montht $6 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
REAL"RIg. IT County on Tuesday August 2 ership of hogs In the area affect- thence run North 73 degrees Name_... .r__ I Laws of 1935 I 1
and, necessary, a second 05 minutes West 232 feet to
special primary election on Came and Fresh Water the eastern boundary line of Str.tt ..... ..____
Real Estate Broker Tuesday August 16, Fish Commission will declareall the lands belonging to the .__ Notice Is hereby given that Tillis Strickland, Jr. holder of Tax
St. Marks Fla. The Special Primary Elections uncaptured hogs on the Au- Estate of R. H. Raker, deceased CityStot Certificate No. 4, 38. 46, 68, C 76 of 1964, has filed same in my
cllla Wildlife ._ office has made for Tax Deed to be issued
are being held for the purpose of ManagementAreato thence run North 17 ZIP Cod ; application a thereon.
Phone 141/ selecting nominees of recognized be wild hogs and to permit degrees 25 minutes West a- Said Certificate embraces the following described; property in the
political parties to become their hunting during appropriateopen long said eastern boundaryline County of Wakulla, State of Florida, to-wit

REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES candidates in the General Elect- seasons and under appropriate of said Raker land the 1964., Isiah Thomas, W 15 A. of Nl/2 of Sl/2 of NW1/4, Sec 15
ion on November 8.1966 for the rules and regulations of distance of 271 feet, thence LEADERSHIP-In a Memo- 3s, Iw, containing\ 15 acres.
Associate office of Judge of the District said Came and Fresh Water Fish run South 73 degrees 05 minutes rial Day Address, Rep. E. Y. 1964, Joseph Bailey, Lot 111 Block A, Magnolia Gardens
Court of Appeal, First Appellate Commission. East 387 feet, more or Berry (R.-S,D.), said, "Therecan 1964, Leslie Johnson, Lot 24, Block N., Magnolia Gardens
I. M. Hatcher' Sr. District. St. Joe Paper Company less, tqthe point of begin- be no peace in the world 1964, Jack Fussell, Lot 9, Block Q, 'Magnolia Gardens.

Phone WA 6-3201 Given under my hand aud the Weaver-Loughridge Lumber ning, containing two ((2)) a- until there is a spiritual and Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, property -
Great Seal of the State of Company cres, more or less, in Lot 76 moral reawakening: until thereis
of Hartsfield of LandsIn described therein shall be sold to the highest bidder at the
DAVE HAMRICK Florida, at Tallahassee, Buckeye-Cellulose: Corporation Wakulla Survey Florida. dignity and honor among Courthouse door on the first Monday in the month of August, 1966,
the Capital, this the First Container Corporation. County, the people of the world under which is the 1st day of August, 1966.
INSURANCE AGENCY day of July A.D., 1966. ft/ Moody Pearce Pearce Clerk the leadership of a mighty I Dated this 5th day of July, 1966.
Moody ,
/s/ Tom Adams
God-fearing America clothedin
State Circuit Court, Wakulla Moody Pearce
(SEAL ecretary) In the Court ,of the County County, Florida.A. the armor of decency and Clerk of Circuit Court of Wakulla County, Florida
'BONDS Wakulla L. Porter, righteousness. There can be no
77,14,21.LEGAL. Judge, County, Florida
Crawfordville Florida peace until we return once
'CASUALTY In Probate. ,
IN REi Estate of Attorney for Plaintiff. again to a belief in God and the

MARINE!: E. J. Langston, lt-7/2f. importance of the individual. 'SPECIALSSPECIALS

'FIRE Deceased.To .
All Creditors and Persons
PHONE 877-3108 NOTICESIn Having Claims or Demands Against i

Said Estate! The following persons have been appointed to serve as Election FRU SAT,
1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 tile Court of the County You and each of you are here- Officials for the August 2nd, 1966, Primary Election.ST. .

TALLAHASSEE. FLA. Judge, In and For Wakulla by notified and required to present -
County, Florida.IN any claims and demands MARKS Walter Mock, Clerk

REa Estate of which you, or either of you, Mrs. Willa Ladd
TERRY HARRISHouse JOHN A. SANDERS, may have against the estate of Mrs. Ruby Ward Fresh GRADE A
E. J. Langston, deceased late
Deceased. ,
firing. bAppliance I of said County to the County Mrs. Lee Bishop lb. '
Repair Judge[ of WakJb County, Florida FRYERS .29cSirloin
at his office in the courthouse
Also Electric'lllII\ktta All Whom It May Concerns of said County at Craw- Mrs. Hugh LangdaleMrs.

Notice is hereby given that I fordville, Florida, within six Offie Crantham .
have filed final return as Executor calendar months from the time STEAK Th..79cT.
Route 1. Box 34 my of the Mrs. Austin Lambert
Sopchoppy Florida of the Estate of John A. publication of this

Phone 1O-2Z 4zIMfaNCorvIE Sanders, Deceased; that "have claim notice. Twocopies of each i Mrs. Withers, Clerk BONE STEAK lb. 89c
filed my petition for final dis- or demand shall be in .
charge, and that ( will apply to writing, and shall state the Mrs. WeatheringtonMrs.
SPARE the Honorable George J.. Harper place of residence and post office Reddick
Refilling and County Judge of Wakulla address of the claimant, Mrs. Branch EXTRA SPECIAL EVERYDAY
from NEW TYPE high quality bounty, Florida, on August 1. and shall be sworn to by the

coin operated dispensers in this 1966, for approval of same andfor claimant, his agent, or attorney VEREENi Gene Miller, Clerk BORDENS$ MILK, GAL JUG. PLUS DEP 99c
and .
rea. No- selling. To qualifyou final discharge as Executor accompanied by a filing fee Pinkie Miller ,
must have car, references, of the Estate of John A. Sanders, of one dollar and such claim or
600 to $1900 cash. Seven totwelve i deceased. demand not so filed shall be Tommy Thomas Martha white MUFFIN MIXoI..10fo 89c

hours weekly can net excellent This June 27, 1966. void. Otis Langston
monthly Income. More Itf mOl Lan tol1
ull time. For personal Inter- Charles W. Crum As Administrator of the Estateof IVAN Mrs. Lency Spears, Clerk TOMATOES, 303 can 2 for 33c'REGIJLAR.
lew write P. O. BOX 4185 Executor of the Estate of
J. Langston, deceased. Mrs. Iris Russ .
PITTSBURGH, PA. 15202. In- John A. Sanders, Deceased.
lude phone number.F 4t-6/30.7/7.14.21. t-7/21.28.8/4.11. Mrs. Epsie Strickland Maxwel l House COFFEE lib" can 79c
Mrs. Edith Allen ,
a art e UUSITKSS rirnw RIVER SINKa. Mrs. Jackie Spears, Clerk BOLD

Mrs. Wooden DETERGENT. Giant SiZe ..79c

Mrs. Mary Chapman .
DIRECTORY Mrs. Edna Clowd Green PEANUTS ".
,' . a

ARRAN Mrs. Dorothy Nazwonh, Clerk :. '.f

TrESE MM. Debra Pelt . 2lbs I 25c.
ADVERTISERS Mrs. Sallle HarveyMrs. ,

I Bertie! Vickers

R MFEEDS CRAWFORDVILlEI Mrs. J. K. Moore, Clerk .055111151 MONEY I

D. I. GRAMLING Mrs. Lena Stafford ORDERS

r Mrs. Kathryn Rehwinkel
& CO. Mrs. Idelle Pelt I

: .., fJttRJver, Mills On-Stop Service for SPRING CREEKS Mrs. Elza Forbes, Clerk SHUN LOUAIU ANu SAVE

Ml *. Monroe .Ph. 123-0274 Feed Seed FertiUztr Mrs. Dosie Hodges .

MAPUS CONCIIIU s Foultry Supplies Mrs. Kalaska Stevens PIG 0 T T.' S STOREMEDART. :

Garden ToolsSo. Mrs. Albert* Porter. '
/ Ad.", at S..U..R.R. MEDARTi Mrs. Viola Tully, Clerk -

Baker-AJford Co. I. Crooning Ia Whaley P'GOTT'S.' .
Light Weight end Regular Phone "2223113: Mrs. Luxle Carter
Tkt Part lieu.." Concert Blocks CASH
Mrs. Florida White ANO
Anything for your auto, truckor
Hanson Wood and
trmctor. Also for your power .
lawnmower' and much for yourboa' Hoel Ind, Inc. PANACEA, Richard Kiln, Clerk FORMERLY URRANCE STORE'Shop
''' S. Adam St. at 4-Pdnta F Clay
201_1.,Adams St. Ph. 222.8380 I'd. 222-6840 P. 0. Box 881 Mrs. Benjamin MetcaU Here '

Mrs. Zelma Vause For:, .


..Yi'eger, {nci Little Folks Store. M Mrs.. Alma Minnie Lee LangstonMrs. MAPLES

"The Mrs. Oulda Wilson
Majors for Mlnon" BUILDING SUPPl
Jniurann end Bondt Mrs. Annie Lee AlItb.P.4RJSF.EED
CMldm't furniture. Toys, Simmons, Clerk .
Gmnui. Nod/W.s t Freeman Pigott -S I
214 'i 8.J'\dama.. Tel. 222-4680 Baby Aeecitonti Preston Trice ED-FERtILlZER .
1JS N.Monroe St. Ph.' 222-1148


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'In the
The compact nickel-cadmium .leWc-SAx Cordless tools such .C 1
yhb power as
batteries used for cordless household
used as a drills, hedge clippers and WAKULLA COUNTY COMMISSION .
appliance require no main fi" source of MINUTES OF THE
fur completely| wrenches are on the market,
tenance and can be recharged Portable
thousands of times simply by U*:?' shaven knives,, tooth brushes, cadmium powered by batteries rechargeable The batteriesare nickel- The Board of County Commissioners of Wakulla Coup:
plugging them Into conventional sets also this date in Crawfordville following pre-
? used to supply electric ty met
outlets They can be stored, also, { aftrta-a energy for portable office equipment sent
notlcable for many loss years in ability without to any ;Jk'-,I.'hes' elnwtl.lflteS( such as typewriters,dictating Willard Carter, Chairman, George Young. vice-
charge accepta "'"ng masks and swizzle machines and adding machines Chairman,William D.Walker Ralph Strickland and John
-tiC''''' L. Davis, Commissioners. Moody Pearce, Dclerk:, J;H,
w I Hudson, County Attorney and W. R. Taff,Sheriff, A. B.
Carraway, Director Mosquito Control.
Our Hearty Congratulations To I The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved -

'-.....,... Motion; by Commissioner' Walker to instruct Road
Superintendent to remove all obstructions from County
THE WINNER roads Into Port Leon was seconded by Commissioner
Strickland and carried.
Motion by Commissioner Strickland to buy a new chair
for Board Room was seconded by Commissioner Davis
and carried.
.w.a Motion by Commissioner Strickland to table the sheriffs -
proposed budget until Tax Assessor submitshf tax
roll was carried on the second of commissioner Walker.
The Board authorized the Mosquito Control Directorto
I buy 4 barrels of insecticides at State prices rather
thatn advertise was carried on the motion of Commis-
I TIMELY LOAN sioner Walker and the second of Commissioner Davie.
The Board approved the vouchers before them and
I be issued in therefor.
directed that warrants payment
I CAN PUT YOU ON There being no further business coming to the attentionof
Mf the Board the same was adjourned on the motion of
,." J Commissioner Young.

: f I II SUCCESS STREET! Approved-
I AttestMoody
r Ij Pearce, Clerk Willard Carter
j Chairman
I 4 I 'Know of a good deal coming I -
:: ,
I .. 0"OFTHECAMPER I II up you should take advantage of? STEVE REVELLROBERT
I I II Let us help you 'strike while the I H' RODDENBERRVUsocUtS/
iron's hot. Let us negotiate a loan, FULL TIME AND COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE

I tailored to your needs. Interest
rates are low. And the stakes are
Mrs. Ron Llcb of 2718 One of our proudest "products"
Boatner Street Mr. and Mrs. Lieb are shown above YU4-2601 YU4-7435 W02-2194
comparing the) winning! ilip with Aaron Wigginton of our tales staff. is service to enterprising
business men.Make us your finan- PANACEA FLORIDALET

cial partner! US BUY OR SELL FOR IOU

When You Buy A New ChevroletOr

OK Used Car From LEWIS H 0 ME.


ALFORD CHEVROLETSerring STATE BANK PHONE 385-1161 Tallahassee" Fla.'

Florida's Oldest I

The Big Bend for Over 42 Years MM** redersl. I Pvqttt' "Insurance ConxMflm 'ANNOUNCINGMAXINE

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Signature of Elector STUB NO. 1 BARTON'S BEAUTY SHOP
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AUGUST 2, 1966



To vote for, a person whose name is printed on the ballot mark a cross (eX) in the square at the RIGHT of the name :,

of the person for whom you desire to vote. Ter : MARTIN


Judge, District Court of

First District 1 AS JUDGE
Appeal, "
(Vets for one) ,FIRST









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THURSDAY., JILT M. 't>68 t 4-H Girls Make Pretty Models SEEKS PUBLIC OFFICE The Louise Rev.C. Sapp Ivy Luke of

FLORIDA ,- STATE asfvlrrt '"" Martin Sack, JSr.. widely Jacksonville Rochester relieved at the the
Rev. Roy
endorsed by fellow attor-
TV Job GuideAvailable throughout the 37- Congregational Holiness
Today thru Saturday Today:thru SaturdayYul neys county First District after Church here sunday July
is 17th. The Rochesters are
active mem-
40 years as an
In New-
Henry Fonda Brynaer ber of the Florida Bar. visiting
seeks public approval to ton, Georgia.
Joanne Woodward Deborah Kerr A comprehensive 64-page fill the unexpired Court of

jason Robardi annotated bibliography, Television Appeal term of the late Mr. and Mrs. Carlton
in Evans are the proud par-
Career listing and
in judge Wallace Strugls.
Rogers and Hammenteln't evaluating 182 separate publications rkte Judge Sack, who was ents of a Monday son, Carlton July

!II r "A BIG HAND FOR ,was published recentlyby sworn in for the vacant Floyd, born ,
Tallahassee Memorial -
4th the
: THE LITTLE LADY" "THE KING AND I" the Television InformationOffice. seat on the appellate bench at Hospital. Mr. and

July 15, was admitted to
have two
Mrs. Evans
"The bibliography answersa the Florida Bar in 1926.He children Melinda and Ber-
pressing need, and we have has been admitted to pract- ,

PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE M' had frequent requests for this ice in all Florida courts, tha.Mr._
OUTDOOR kind of compilation" TIO Federal courts, includingthe and Mrs.John Beas-
OR WOODYiUI RWT. Director Roy Danish said U. S. Supreme Court, ley had as their guests dur-

-t..i '"""''II "The continuing growth of the Treasury Dept., Inter- ing the Fourth of July holidays

Today thru Saturday Thursday. Friday ; Saturday television and the expansionof state Commerce commis- Mrs. Beasley'sneice
4 employment opportunities sion and Florida Public Mr. and Mrs. JoeP.

Kirk Douglasin "THE GHOST AND prompted our preparation of Service Commission.He Demont and family of
MR. CHICKEN"and this annotated bibliography. > .' Is a member of the Loulsburg, North Carol-
'. '. American Bar Associationas
The TIO Library reviewed
"CAST A GIANT SHADOW" hundreds of books, articles, girls abound in 4-II Clubs Here is a pair. Carol well as the Associationof ina.Former pastor of the
and II, (lift) and Pamela Rey, 14, two Chicago 411 Interstate Commerce Congregational Holiness
also "SECRET SEVEN" brochures, dissertations girls who are ready to model ensembles for an audience of Commission practitionersand church here, Brother
theses and final choices were members and leaders Miss Eleanor Echo, 4II fashion stylist for Motor Carrier Law- Carlores Allen and fam-
Jerry Lewis Dean Martinin and made on the basis of topicality" Simplicity Pattern Co Inc, which has sponsored the 4II Dress yers' Association. ily left Sunday, July 10, to

availability and usefulness. Revue program for 20 years Is checking on last minute details. The District Courts of visit his parents, who 1ve
"SEVEN LITTLE FOYS" Throughout the 50 states other girls are putting the finishing Appeal were created about In Roseland, Kentucky.
have made and hope to model in county
touches to clothes they
... 10 and the state
years ago
k- will outfits and casual dresses,
and state revues. Some wear sports
is divided into four districts Agriculture teacher,Bob
I while others will glide across the stage in glamorous formats -
The girls have been learning about fabrics, patterns, accessories : judge sack recalls. Greener Is In Daytona
care of wardrobes, and how to wear clothes attractively. The First District, for Beach for State Vocational
They also are coached in modeling, grooming and poise. which I am a candidate, Agriculture Teachers Conference -

SUGAR Miss Echo, a former 4.H'er, travels about the country workingwith cofers 37 counties, from .
local leaders and extension personnel who supervise dress Volusia. County north to
revue projects. At the National 4-II Club Congress in Chicagoshe Nassau County and west to Mr. Lester Daughtryand
5LB. PACKAGE will narrate the 20th annual dress revue featuring girls from Escambla County,* he daughter of Miami were the

50 states and Puerto Rico, all winners of state honors and the says. weekend guests of Mr. and

I! congress trip provided by Simplicity alt Is the second high- Mrs.Will Daughtry.Mrs. .
Doth Cal!'ol and Pamela! are looking forward to being in the est court In the State, and -
PRICES GOOD national revue a few years hence. They have just reached the In over 90% of the cases it Callle Colvln and
9C FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY minimum age requirement: over 14, and they must devote at
4 is the Court of last resort. Mrs. Florence McClain,
least three to the project.mil .
I years
"Being such an Importantcourt visited Mr. and Mrs.Terry;

END cur t Hicausc of its exceptional duce the position of Judge Land and family last week

tility, commercially' pure nickel requires wide experienceas end. Terry is appearing on
59CPORK can he drawn into fine wire less a counsellor and as a television over Panama

CHOPS LB. than thousandth) of an inchin trial and appellate lawyer. City station sunday, 2.00
W diameter. A pound of such "In my 40 years of practice P.M. EST., for a fifteen
nickel wire will stretch 80 miles. I have tried many num- week series with the Cen-

bers of cases, and have appeared tral Street Baptist Church.

MARY ANN FRANKS J o|. 39, Have you checked your boat before the Appellate -
trailer lately Be sure thewheel EVERYOK Courts of this state on Mrs. Ell- Roberts
lugs are tight i especiallythe numerous occasions. Smith was feted with a stork

r GIANT FAR 69 smaller the moat one vibration.which experiences Also "I feel that by training, shower on Monday evening,

w. maintain proper tire pressurefor experience, and knowledgeI July 11, at the SopchoppyCafe.
a smooth ride USED CAR am fully qualified to hold Hostesses were Mrs.

PET TALL 0 this position: Louise Sapp and Mrs.Thai-
6 FANS Have you heard" about the"Uncertain BACKED BYALFORDS mage Crum. Honored
1. T? It's a wildly was the honoree'smother
customized i Model I T Ford hand- VETERANS OS
built from an equally wild car- Mrs. Delma Rob-
i03 toon. Only three original "T" M. T. Dixon, of the Fla. erts. Elizabeth received
Spkgs. CORN 6 CANS 99NO. parts are left-the radiator 42 YEARSOF Dept. of veterans Affairs, many nice and useful gifts
shell, headlights and steering
was called on this week to Color schemes were car-

wheel has copied Monogram the uncertain Models one, Inc in SERVICELot clarify who Is eligible for ried out in blue and pink.

1 WHITE a 1/24-sc8Ie kit Details include medical outpatient treat- Refreshments of cake and

the 1957 Buick engine block #1 1-327 N Adams ment as administered by punch were served.
with 1963 Buick heads Harley the Veterans Administra-
Davidson cycle front wheels Phone 224-3211 and
Mr. Mrs. Jerry
Potatoes39 and metal axle and retainers.
: tion.Dixon
1964 Wagon $1795 said the veteran Hodge and family spent last
Chevrolet VS billion Wa.on. must have been dischargedor week visiting Mrs. Hodge's
Have you made a seed necklace 4 door. t-P ii. factory air, auto-
GOLDEN RIPE retired under conditions mother Mrs. Delma Rob-
? You can get a variety of matte tmniitusilon htatir ,
HE GIVE s & H GREEN STAMPS colors by using black watermelon 1964 Chevy II $1395 other than dishonorable erts.
BANANAS cream pumpkin, black door icdin automatic tram and be In need of treat-
and white sunflower seeds! for minion, radio heater Clean, Patients In the Carra-
BAIT ANDTACKLE example Add some red kidney one owner car, ment for a disability Incurred belle 'fospital are Mrs.
beans which have been softened 1964 Plymouth $1695V In or aggravated by
Nathaniel (Little Natt)San
HASKETT 2 LL 2 5; hy soaking briefly in water. Fury door; factory nr, his service. All disabilities
automatic trinimUnion, radio, ders, Mrs. Rufus Crum.
WCHOPPY String on double thread or den. heater Clean, ont owner of veterans of Indian War; Mr. Ben Isler also remainsin
tal floss. 1963 Ford XL $1595 Spanish American War,Including : condition in
very poor
I I I door Hardtop; automatic Irani the Phillippine Insurrection -
the Carrabelle Hospital
ml..n,1 radio heater
and the
1960 PONTIAC $595
are to
Equipped with radio! heater and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
be service connected for
automatic tranimlaalon
Harvell and family from
t rsr 1964 VW . $1095 purpose of outpatient med- Tallahassee visited rela-
1 door radio heater, ono own ical treatment when appli-
tr. i Lives here last week.
cation for treatment Is

Lot #2-14145. Monroe made.
Glad to have Allord Mc-
Ph 222-5656 The outpatient medical Kenzie home from the Tal-
treatment, including med-
1964 Chevelle $1395 icine, bandages, etc.. may lahassee Memorial Hospital. -

4-donr sedan; (-.,lInder. straight be provided for eligible .

khlft veterans at VA field sta- Willie Ray Pigott was a
1964 Ford V-8 $P.95Fordor
tions or VA may authorizeit visitor of the Sopchoppy
[ MORE THAN HALF THE HOMES radio and sedan heater; .atralfhl thUt, to be provided by approved Lions club, Monday night,

1961 Wagon $795 private physicians in July 4, at the Sopchoppy

r WE SERVE ARE COOLED ELECTRICALLY... Chevrolet straight shin S-Cyl, radio, nation heater1960lmpalaV8 wagon, ; veteran's home communi Cafe. Willie Ray Is agriculture -

tU: $695 ty.Dixon teacher at the High
U 9 I Chevrolet door Hardtop with says other facts of School in Chipley. He Is a
, automatic tnnimliiion Importance Is that disabled high school graduate of
Don'l you need cool comfort? 1960 Chevrolet $695 veterans who are receiving Sopchoppy and is a memberof
STATION WAGON 4 door I training under the Vocat- the
Lions InternationalIn
cylinder with standard tranimlalion -
t A all ional RehabllltatlonAct.and Chlpley. Mr. and Mrs.
G!\ Hot weather 1962 Chevroletf. $1195 who need outpatient med- Clinton Pigott of Medart

4 door VS BftAir with radio ical treatment for service are his
i puts your body : heater automatic trinimlaalon connected disabilities to parents.
::LECb. and power "..rtnl.
under stress 1963 Pick Up $1195 prevent the interruption of Mrs. J. F. Kllbourn of

CHEVROLET: !lb too truck ready .'their training, or return to Panama City spent a few.
Makes your heart for you.BOTH 'training from an inter- days visiting her mothe
____ ,
rupted or leave status
Mrs. Annie Harm s and her
work harderto LOTS OPEN TILL t:00 P M when a cessation of instruction ,
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE daughter Terryes In Tallahassee -
has been
neces- .
keep your
Famous OK Quality sary, may be entitled to

temperaturenormal 1-Year G-W Warranty this treatment from the V A, Mr. and Mrs. Kittrell

LONG TRADES- Dixon says all Veteran spent the weekend with her
" Service Officers
County parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kit-
Makes you have application blanks for trell in Bonifay Fla.
outpatient medical treatment -

V} lose sleep ALFORDCHEVROLET Mrs. Florida Roberts

: returned from Tallahassee
Tires you out. r ,.
CO. Friday her daughter, Inez
.r Slows 4 v Vent accompanied her for
you down ; w
r Lou ARREPE: S OFr AST FAll the
u7XiRrst ALIOIU) weekend.

-.. riF.rF./ N4 Y James Morrison is doing
well after his operation at
FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION ;:1&i Tallahassee Memorial

vote uati M aMllp,0011<<_rOY/M'r R L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME Hospital, and will be home
.; .. Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director by the end of the week.

.. I Phone 697.3366 Mrs. Harriet Wilder has
her twin
grandsons from
.,;,, ; Why<'.w this, '
wooer'A$50 Installation twill : CARRABELLE, FLA. Mass., visit
.' be given to tech Florida Power Corporation customs ingAshburnham her.
( who replace t limtyp (Bating y.t.m with WHOLE HOUSE ,
f' : todrlc cooling' and heating between June J it and August 31 it.i SERVING WAKULLi'- rPUNTY 1 I Mr. and Mrs. AmosRod-

I denberry are visiting their
son Ronnie and family in

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