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: March 7, 1963
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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TensiTALLAHASSEEBoutl! Gets NationalSafety of
Helps Meets in Perry Portion Tax. .
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"one Award : r.r ;.. : o i > <: The Crawfordville High School Congressman Don Fuqua said ina
"p' of the beat quarterbacks in
young: statement this week that he
Junior Tens! George Gibbs, U. S. Forest .......... .- Library Council was represented]
the country" in Steve stationed .,;...... \ .t.. .. ---_ at the district Council meeting in would oppose the portion of the
Florida State Football Coach Bill Ranger in Crawfordville
tax proposals callingor
Peny Saturday, February 16. Two
received .
Peterson is making sure .nothing *President'sMedal of ""--;: ..t.k. .. of the Crawfordville a five percent floor on itemized
ILjrh Library
J slows his lair-haired boy's the National Safety: Council at a .. deductions.
: prog- "
merrberswere ]
[ceremony in the Ranger station. on presen
!'H' -' ) Lauren Loftin Council Pointing out that the tax bill
They were ,
Due to arrive on the FSU cam- the Arran Rd. last Tuesday.: .". would be without question the
resident and Sondro Dykes Council -|
!: R. J. Reibold
pus Thursday: to help out in Spring forest supervisorof ti. most heated domestic argument in
Mrs. Lewis
Repjorter. Joyce
for week is fabled Bart the U. S. Forest Service made the
training a : the Congress Fuqua said that
the school librarian attended as]
Starr,' quarterback for the World the presentation.Gibbs _c- _- t; sponsor for the Library Council. j five percent floor on itemized de
received the award for
Champion Green Bay: Packers. ductions would actually serve as a
Loftin elected to
Starr will work with all eight of 'saving the life of 4-year-old: Richard -; F i- was detriment to churches charitable
for State Council Reporter
run Library -
Norman of La.
listed FSU's Alexandria by: -Tt. and
", the quarterbacks on organizations, universities
from the 3rd District and
Spring roster, explained Peterson. using mouth to mouth resuciation. elected other institutions which draw all
Sondro Dykes was to run
of time will be \ On-June 5th last year the little .
But substantial of their
plenty concen- or a part support
for State Library Council Chap-
trated on Tens!, the lanky: ((5-6 boy had fallen into a swimming 3 ; ii. lain. The State election will beheld from contributions.
from Cincinnati'who pool and was recovered by Gibbs that the
200)) junior at the state Council meeting Fuqua pointed out pro
last FalL and the -artificial breathing was would limit itemized deductions
sparkled as a posal -
.. in Leesburg in .May.
Bart to be big conducted for 45 minutes beforean exceed five
"We expect a to those which
the in
+ At meeting Perry speeches
quarterbacks': ambulance arrived with oxygen of the five of the
help to our young e were heard on various subjectconcerning percent percent
"I don't have to I equipment. i Income.In .
said Peterson. the library and how taxpayers adjusted gross
about him his records -I Gibbs also received. a letter of other words he out
say anything: operates.. pointed an
congratulations from the, Regional i
themselves. would add
for individual
speak taxpayer up
I Mrs. Eloise Jones gave reviewsof
Starr, a former Alabama quar- Forest Service.I' several new books which all' all his deductible expenditures,

terback, set all-time Packer records then subtract from the total sunf

last season when he com-r Mrs. Lenora JaneStrickland I sounded Mr. James very. interesting.. Harbin, A-V con- equal to five percent of his adjusted -

pleted 62.5 percent of his passes- -:4T:; : C 1'r 1 cultant for the State Department,, gross income. All deductions -
that would be
for 2438 :yards. I gave a demonstration of the audiovisual over amount

In his rookie year, Tensi cornpleted -I fully allowable,
Mrs. Leonora Jane Strickland, mateiial that is now being;

60 of 121 passes for! 796 I 77, died in Forsyth, Memorial Hospital r- used in many schools, universitiesand "Many churches have written us
yards and five touchdowns. Only These about this particular proposal op
Tuesday: 26th. Funeral services the Armed Forces. ma
intercepted, and Tensi'I posing it and I ," Fuqua said.
two were agree
were held Friday: at 3 p.m. at terials have been found to be very '
: went seven-for-seven in his firs 'I the New Life Assembly of God ;;:: helpful in aU'stages and subjects For if we are going to have these

With the gradua- deductions let's be honest about
varsity game. I ,
Church with the Rev. Albert L. of learning. These materials make
tion, of Senior Eddie Feely, Tensi ':Johnson, officiating, arid the Rev. U-- : teaching much easier and make i it them. I think we should allow deductions
the starting job fo r from income taxes for
has,been given our
;Everett J. Stufflebeem, assisting. easier for the students to Jearn.

FSU. ,Burial will be in the New Lite tY Mrs. Lora Hunter Library consultant rifts to our colleges and universi-
'ties, to our churches, and to char-
the State
Cemetery.She for Department,
MEDART NEWS was a member of the New b told us abo- t the plan for the Li! ity. But this proposal would in

Life Assembly of God Church: n r brary -Workshop to be held for: !effect say: we are cutting taxes
Ed Close of Brockport Nev-j Workshop will to bolster the economy, but at the
She was born in Wakulla County X the fi *l timeThe
York visited with Mr. and Mrs same time not allow deductions
Jpne and
and had resided on the Crawford last :01 a week during
Deazil Gray and son for several Florida University which are now allowed and thus
ville Highway. will L- :eld at State
o days. They: are old army: .,buddies the tax cut is really not as much
She is Survived by four sons, 1 1eft The course contains phases
Mrs. Iola Tice and baby an as we led to believe."
new are
Paul R., Bill G., Gather A.*, and of all brary work. Since this is I
home and are getting alongtine is being Fuqua said that he believed this
Robert F. Strickland, all of Tallahassee i the'firf: year the Workshop

The baby was,named Ronald.Greg ; 'one'-cattghur-Mri.. .Al* held, they will be able to ac proposal would materially harm
churches .and other Institutions""to
f.- ory. zada J. Morris of Tallahassee; six cept only one hundred students:
Richard and Linda Tice have hat I which contributions are normally
the measles and are about gettini grandchildren; eight great-grand [ to right: Mrs. Gibbs. George Gibbs and R. J. Reibold during presentation ceremony of the but hope to increase the number [deductible.
over them. children; one sister, Mrs. JohnStrickland' National Safety Council President's Medal awarded to Gibbs last week. each year. lunch .On the one hand we say: we are
of Wakulla County: ; and They enjoyed a very fine
Seems like there is much sickness giving a tax cut, then in the other
which the Taylor
prepared by
several nieces and nephews. was
in the community. Must be .. I I say we are not going to allow a
Pallbearers were Richard Laird County lunchroom workers.
from all this"change- the weather. I II good portion of your contributions
; :
Ernest Spears; C. J. Spears, Ralph :: The meeting was very interest-
.' It does feel good to have some to these vital institutions to be
Laird, Bill Laird and Buddy: Smith. ing and everyone had an enjoyable
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warm weather. And it has broughl R I time. educted. We therefore defeat our

people out and they are wanting purpose in a supposed tax cut and

y to get the garden planted. Lewis C CoreCRAWFORDVILLE we would harm our churches, universities -

Mrs. Lois Pigott went to MeigsGa. Funeral Natural Bridge and charitable institu-

mother th ionsr: not to mention the families
to visit over
services .for Lewis C. Core, 65, .
-; Set. uylng homes and other deductible
weekend. who died in Atlanta, Sunday: were I Program :
Mrs E. C. (Pappy) Council and J terns. I plan to oppose this part
% held at the Zion Hill Methodist Annual, pilgrimage to Natural
son of Tallahassee spent the week Church at 3 pjn.. Wednesday. The 1 Bridge Battleground commemorat- of the President's tax program

end with Steve Pigott. Pappy: wIn Rev. Luther Stokes and the Rev. (cored by Winnie Davis Chapter, vigorously he said.
with the Nation; I .
Panama City W. L. Prater officiated. The service I I ng battle of March 6, 1865, spon- -
Guard. was followed by a ceremony I United Daughters of the Confederacy LETTERS TO THE EDITORSt.

Mrs. Carolyn Tully: enters th| conferred by: the Masons of Craw- Tallahassee, Fla., Natural Marks, Fla.

Tallahassee Memorial for a minor ford Lodge. Culley's Funeral Home Bridge Park. Feb. 26, 1908

operation Thursday: March 7th was in charge. The program: Music, Air Force )ear Editor:

We wish her a speedy recovery. He was a member of the Zion MAURICE W. STEVENS ROTC Band, Florida State University I would like very much if :you

Many people in the community Hill Methodist Church and was a dn.! : ; -Honor Guard, Air Force ee fit to publish this article for

attended the wedding of Annette native of Wakulla County and a Noted SpeakerTo |ROTC, FSU: Advance of the Ime.

Porter and Fred Strickland Satur resident there for many years. He Hold Revival Colors Color Guard, Air Force At the beginning of the school
day in Sopchoppy.: We wish thisj was a retired employe: of the State ROTC Florida State University;year, there was quite a bit of disagreement -

young couple a happy: married life Road Department. Rev. M. W .StevensRev. Pledge and Salute to the Flags, between the parents of

Pat Harvey: son of Mr. and Mrs. He is survived by, a son John D. ]Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Florida |St. Marks, Wakulla and also it

a "Homar Harvey was home over th< Core of Tallahassee; a daughter Richard Spraque announced State University: ; Invocation The didn't concern them a few of the

"'' weekend. Pat is aboard a ship out Mrs. H. Z. (Mama) Fordham of today a series of Revival Servicesfor Reverend E. W. Ferryman Wood- rawfordville parents. It came

i- of Charleston, S. C. He als Atlanta; three grandsons and two Crawfordville and Sopchoppy.Rev. : ville Baptist Church; Welcome to out that our school was not whatit

brought home a Navy buddy: Gor granddaughters. Sprague said that the the Park, Mr. Ralph Hager, Public should be, but there was no one

don Neeley of Austin, Texas. Pallbearers were Ludlow Wallace meetings would be conducted by Relations Florida Park Service: that wanted to help us make it

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Anderson oil Rev. Maurice W. Stevens one of of the FSU Battle better or what we wanted for
Core History ,
Fred Barnhill, Myers: any
UkwToitk l-of ..1'P;;; dellt f the Waknlli
their Lake Ellen the most Revivalists of CLAYTON OAKS
'" Tampa are at Duke MrCallister. George Core outstanding County Junior Chamber of Commerce at last Saturday night's Installation ;Streamers. Lt. Col. Preston B. our school by the grace of God we

f. home for a week. and Dr. L. L. Pararo Jr. Honorary the East. Banquet at Waknlla Springs Lodge. Hardy, Professor of Air Science still have it though.

pallbearers Include Phil Carrawsy, Rev. Stevens answered the call FSU; Music: Bonnie Blue Flag, There Is one person in Crawford-

JayceesAidCitrus- I A. N. Revell Dan Miller, A.' L. to the Field of Evangelism in 1953 Meetings Set Public Meeting Air Force ROTC Band, FSU; Presentation rule that has had a lot tQ say: to

Porter, Roy Harvey and Ellis Pelt. after a successful pastorate in the of Speaker, Mrs. Ida Simmons me and others that the children

EffortLAKELAND I Kentucky Conference of the Sleth At CourthouseSenator InSt. Marks Winnie Davis Chapter UDC; that passed through this little
Flsw The Florid dist Church.He Luther Tucker and Rep A public meeting was held Address The Honorable B. K. Roberts school was lost and-afraid because
A. M (Chap) served in the Far East with will hold Tues-I' Chief Justice, Florida Supreme there was so few over here and
Citrua Commission acquired resentative Bobby: Buss day: night in St. Marks
the Army Medical Corps during Court; Laying of Memorial were suddenly put out in a group
about 8.000 new field representatives AshmoreA. meetings Friday and Saturday purpose of allowing people to be
r- World War II., Wreath Mrs. Aubrey T. Morse, of five or six hundr d. That they
: to help boot the utilization nights at the courthouse in Craw- heard regarding proposed legisla
M. "(Chap) Ashmore, former He has traveled in Europe and of discussing Anna Jackson Chapter UDC ;and couldn't pass or take part in the
of Florida citrus within the aUte. fordville for the purpose tion to create the Town of'SU
Tallahassee resident, died suddenly the Bible Lands and comes with a Secretary. Florida Division UDC: school activities because their

A Commission program to pro- of a heart attack last Sunday inlfacomb first hand knowledge of Prophetic local legislation. Marks. Rifle Volley, Penning Rifles, grades were not high enough. Bat
citrus within Florida. has received Both the Senator and the Repre- The bill that will be passed in
mote IlL, where he lived. He Events in Palestine.: Honor Military Society: FSU! checking the honor roll, there ia
the support of state Jay sentative said that an anticipated the coming Session is basically the
was 72. Rev. Sprague stated that the would be Taps, Air Force ROTC FSU; Ex quite a lot of our boys: and girls
Frank heavy calendar of bills same as the one introduced in 1961
to D. Am
cees. acordinc native of inCruwfordville Air Force ROTC that make the honor rolls. Also
Mr. Ashmore was a ten day: meeting would begin session hibition Drill, ,
introduced at the coming and also follows closely the 1927
; director of advertising and merchandising. Wakulla County., on March 12 at the would have to Angel Flight and Competition Drill that half of the football team came
local laws Senator Luther Tucker
that Charter.
I; Am and Milton Mae- Funeral held and from St. Marks. What has hap- "
+ services were at 11 a.m. service and run through in the session attended the Team.
be submitted early and Rep. Bobby
Un, manage of special promotions,, 3 I p.m. Tuesday in Macomb I1L March 21. pened to our poor little failing
to their assistance
expected and offered
if they are pass. meeting
attended the state convention of Survivors include his widow, The Crawfordville Church will children from St. Marks School.
local bills
."'"-.. Jaycees this month at St. Augustine Mrs. Vera Ashmore of Macomb; have services from March 12 Anyone who would has like any to: have dis to the citizens. Methodist Church We are proud of our school; our
that they
: and presented the plan. Endorsement a son, Vincent of Macomb, and a through March 17 at 7:30 p.m. introduced should bring hard working teachers, and most

: by the body means thepartidpatkxs daughter, Mrs. Genevieve Reuter each evening. cussed or Schedule of all, our ownderful Principal
0- this matter at these meetings. Church Plans
of 119 local clubs of Viet Nam; three brothers, R. R. Sopehoppy will have services AU citizens of the county arE Richard Sprague. Minister Mrs. Inez Walker. Thank you.

in Florida, Am declared. Sr. and R. W. Jr. of Tallahassee March 17 through Thursday March invited to attend. Kitchen ShowerThe CRAWFORDVILLE: MRS. ERNEST COUNCIL

T- The cooperation of the Jaycee rand J. P. Sr. of Graceville; three 21 also at 7:30 p.m. The meetings will start at S p.m! Methodist Woman's Guild 1st and 3rd Sundays, 11 a.m.I St. Marks, Fla.

rip organization should prove a 'grandchildren' and a host of nieces The public is cordially invite to and 7:30 pan. -
kitchen shower for
tremendous boost for &e promotion and nephews of Leon County. heat this renown minister.Crawfordville will sponscr a 2nd and 4th Sundays, 9:30 a.m.' NOTICEMembers -
Church Kitchen Friday Night
," he said. "Members will be Gospel SingAt Prayer meeting Wed 7:30 p.m. of the CrawfordvHfc
in the
March 8, at' 7 p.m. new
sent complete promotional kits Methodist Church are asked to

similar to those suplied to the Cemetery Cleaning PTA Sopchoppy SOPCHOPPV: meet Saturday morning. March 9th
k of the shower is to.
..:', '. Commission's ojtro merchandising The Young People of the Sop The purpose 2nd and 4th Sundays, 11m... at the church at 10 a.m. for a

of about 8,000 volunteer field mes March 9 To Meet March 12 choppy Congregational Church will help furnish: the kitchen with.utinsds. and 7:30 pan. general; clean-up session to ready

;.:' representative The appearance Mr. Charlie Tucker announce The regular meeting of the sponsor a gospel sing on Saturda dishes pots or pans. tat and 3rd Sundays, 9:30a.m.. the church for the Reevival meeting -

._ should do much to increase the use that he !is planning a Cemetary ICrawfordville P.T.A. will be held night. March 9th beginning at 7:30 silverware or a donation. Prayer: meeting Wed. 7:30 p.ns' that will start on Tuesday. evening

of Florida citrus in Florida.r ." Cleaning on Saturday, March 9.{Tuesday night. March 12 at 7:30 p.m. An offering will be received I A covered dish supper will be'e 1 March 12.

He requests that all interestedto P m. in the school auditorium. Following to help buy hymnals for our ne-w served and a social .hour will. follow Services in both churches every Rev. Maurice Stevens of WB-

.:;<' .r7'.a._..'... 0' please come or send a worker the business meeting the church. All special singers an the meal. t 51U! Sunday times to be>annuonced. more, Ky. will conduct the meet
.. or send a' donation to hire some Science Fair will be held. invited to participate pn the pro .:,'.- ings.The
; -;;: is cordially in to
: one. gram. Everyone public is cordially invited

r -,'. vited to attend. hear+ this outstanding Evangelist.F .



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2 Dees Barber Shop CLASSIFIEDFOR ments., Floridian Hotel -
tt. March
i Thursday 7.1963 PANACEA NEWSBy -
SALE-Waterfront lot ot We regret to report that Virgi Mr. and Mrs. Fergie Kilbourn
.. Monroe ooks Close
WAKULLACOUNTY 2238 Ocklocknee .River at Langs EVA COSPER Allen is still critically ill in the and daughter T erryse, of Panama

Men's and Boys Haircuts ton's Landing 60 x 190, $800.. Mrs. Wayne (Judy) Crosby entered hospital at Homestead, Florida. City spent the weekend with Mrs. March 31On

NEWS Cecil I. Hartsfield 2107 W. TMrT on February 23, and Frank and Eva Cosper will celebrate -Kilbourn's mother Mrs. Annie

a, DEE COOK Owner Pensacola Tallahassee. Phone returned home on March 1. We their 27th wedding anniversary -Harms. HomesteadTax

Telephone: WAlnut. 6.3301 222-1243. regret that Judy isn't feeling well on Sunday March 10. "Rev. Julian Turner of Robbins- Assessor E. C. Ferrell Jr.
Feb. 21, 28 March 1SHADEVILLE 1 however. The Bethel Primitive Baptist
yet N.C. the
vile for
gave message at id today that the final day
Clark and Charlotte Metcalf and Church will meet Sunday with the Methodist Church last Sunday.Rev. 'fling for Homestead Exemptionill

.' @ BABYSITTING Will care for their two children, of Tallahassee, Sunday School at 10:00 o'clock and' Turner works with the Chero- be March 31. He said that

home for|? visited Charlotte's parents Mr. and church services conducted by Rev. kee Indians in the Snowbird Mountain who have
small children in my ; ihere is quite a number
'VirRinla. KVfjfhtley ., :. .: :,. Editor Mrs. Emory Richardson this week Tom Harrell at 11:00 o'clock. Rev. district.
working mothers daytime lot signed up so far this year.
... Mrs. HIGHLIGHTSBy Harrell says that everyone: is, wel- The Woman's Club is having an- oftrailers
evenings by appointment. end.Mrs. Ferrell also said owners
Jack Solomon Crawfordville Jennie V< Lewis Agnes Cozen, president of come. other fish fry on the 16th of this'month. '' must either buy a trailer
the Panacea Woman's Club, :..- The Cancer Sewing Circle will
fc- Florida. Our hats off to Miss Pearl; At present their building is tag or list the trailer as personal
Crawfordville. go ;
Entered at March 6 at Mrs.
1 last Wednesday
nounced that the club supper meet
used outlet for old
being as an these items
Rosier for being elected our "Hig! >roperty. Attention to
I the most successful[Vivien Barnett's home to make
second class matter. Subscription was under
as the
School Student of the Month.'' furnishings supervisionof hound be noted.
'that the club has recently pre- cancer pads.Anyone .
rate: $3.00 peryear.ou .. She is a member of the senior clas of having items of interest the Frank Jones family. Therefore -
'. sented. This was largely due, any the Fish Fry will be held on
.CLASSIFIED and possesses some very outstanding music this column are requested -
Bourse, to the organ so for the outside sidewalk if the weather -
WANTED AT ONCE Rawleigl characteristics. She is an hono beautifully presented by Mr. John to contact Eva Cosper at is favorable.

If Y Need. Dealer in Wakulla Co. Wri* student with a grade point aver Gillrup of Nelson-Battles Music YU 4- 643. or at the Panacea Barber -

,. Rawleigh FAB220-3, Memphis. age of three point two (3.2)811_ Company ,of Tallahassee. Our sin. Shop.

Office SuppliesBusiness j Tenn., is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs cere thanks to you Mr. Gillrup. .

,".' Machines Feb. 14, 28, Mar. John Henry Rosier. She has five Mr. Alton Oaks of the Oaks News. At Panacea Bridge

.t I Office FurnitureSee brothers and three sisters. She is: Motel and Cafe at the Panacea Sopchoppy

active in school and community Bridge, made a short trip to- TMH By LOUISE C. SAPP
f or activities. She is assistant Sunda] for a check-up. Miss Nelda Annette Porter, THE OCHLOCKNEE_

RANEY HALEY school teacher president of oui Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Munn oi daughter of Mrs. Willie Mae Por

CLASSIFIED Student Council secretary of oui Decatur Georgia visited with her ter of Sopchoppy and Mr. Thoma MARCH 15 AND 16

atCAPITAL FOR SALE-Lot 123 Block 9, Student Patrol and Vice presides' niece an dher husband Mr. and Porter of Tallahassee became th

OFFICE 'Panacea Park Panacea Fla. of the Senior Class. She recentl Mrs. Glynwood Crum of Tallahassee. bride of Fred Strickland son o

It. EQUIPMENT CO. Contact Mrs. Minnie Lee Mc- won the Betty Crocker Award foi The Munn's have a cottageon Mrs. Eepsie Strickland of Ivan All the Mullet you can eat

Cario Georgia. making the highest score on a test Clark Drive. Saturday 4 p.m., in .Sopchopp .
.caU. with trimmings for $1.00
319 South Adams St. .. :
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE. administered by the Home Economic We were very happy to see Walter Methodist Church. J

Department. The test wa and Clara Hatcher have moved: 'The Reverend Richard Spragu _
designed to identify the best horn: into their home near Crawford officiated at the ceremony.' Mrs .*., Oysters on the half shell FREE
y j. maker of tomorrow on a school ville. We are certainly glad tc M. Zent Revelle organist an

state and national level.. Miss welcome the Hatchers back. Miss Martha Dale Rowan, soloist as long as they last.

IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Hosier's hobbies are dancing reading We saw Ed Stevens the other presented the program of nuptia
JUDGE.COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE. cooking and listening to the day. He still has his leg in the music. SALLY AND LAVERNE ROBISON
IN RE: ESTATE OF J. H. cast and is just getting up and
NOTICE TO CREDITORS around after a bout with the 'flu'. Operators.T.V.SALECASH .
All creditor of the Estate of J. H.Rehwtnkel. Congratulations to LittleMis:
deceased, are hereby notified MAPLES CONCRETt Jean Ethel Bea for being chosenas Both Ed and Odell are getting bet nations palm trees intermingle
and required to file any claimsor ter all the time since their accident 'with candelabra holding burninj
demands which they may have ""Elementary Student of the
against said estate in the office of the but Odell is still ill with UKflu' white tapers. Bouquets of pin
County Judge of Wakulla County Month." She is the daughter oi '
the famil
Florida.In the Courthouse at Crawford IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH Crawfordville gladiolus designated
Mrs. Aldonia Bea of
ville.. Florida, within six calendarmonths SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANOJ Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Keister ol '
from the date of the first FOR WAKULLA COUNTY FLORIDA Florida. She is in the fifth grad
publication of this notice. Each l IN CHANCERY. CASE NO. Centralia Illinois are staying a The bride who was given i
demand must be in riling | and has high stand AND CARRY
claim or '
and must state the place of residenceand I MILDRED GARCIA the cottage of their son, Joe Keister marriage by her father wore 4 ,
post-office address of the claimantand PLAINTIFFVS. ards of conduct behavior an in River Shore Heights. street-length dress: of white brocade i
must be sworn to by.the claimant, .
She is honor stu
his agent or attorney, or it will be- SIMON L. GARCIA. scholarship. an We regret to report that WilLiam I satin. Her shoulder-lengt 1 NEW 19" ZENITH PORT. WITH BASE

.come void Executor according of to the law.Estate of DEFENDANT .' dent with a .three point four ((3.4] (Gus) Brumby is in TM illusion Veil was attached to 4

J. H. Rehwinkel.. Deceased. average for the first semester agani. Surely will be glad to se satin tiera. She carried a whit (30.00 Discount for Cash)

Feb. 28 March Carl Rehwinkel 7. 14. 21 i DIVORCE She has two brothers and on you well and home again Gus. Bible and a bouquet of white car

TO -- I NOTICE TO APPEAR sister. Her hobbies are readin Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kelly of Atlanta t nations. 1-21"' RCA with NEW PIX TUBE $65.00

Notice WHOM is IT hereby MAY given CONCERN of our: Inten THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: and sewing. Her pet name is Red Georgia visited with Papp Miss Bessie Nell Thomas o .

.. tion ture to a have Bill Introduced to create In establish the Legisla and Address Mr. Simon Unknown L. Garcia I. 'On the 15th of February ou and Lottie Witt this past week J Panama was maid of honor he 1-21." ZENITH EXCELLENT __ 65.00

organize and designated a municipality as The to Town be know of You are hereby notified that a sui Wild Cats met Monticello in a tnd, -I dress was of pink chiffon and he 1-21" CAPEHARRT, AS IS (Good) 45.00 '
Marks. Florida, to define its territorta for you divorce in the has Circuit been Court brought of Wakulla again ] boys and girls game at ShadevilleOur Mr. Don Fuqua was the principal bouquet was of white carnations. .

eminent.boundaries,Jurisdiction and to provide powers for ,its fran COY County Garcia, Florida., and In Chancery are hereby, by Mildred required girls'edged Monticello girl speaker at a banquet at Wa Bobby Strickland of Ivan wa 117' RCA, Like New 50.00P.

chises effective and date privileges and providing a : to file with you the Clerk of the] by a score of 2CM22. Our boy kulla Springs for the installatio best man and ushers were Thoma

A.DATED D. 19<<3.this 28th day of Februa ,CIrCuit in said Court suit and your to written serve appearance a copy ofl i clawed Monticello boys by a score of officers of the 'Wakulla Count) Porter Jr. and Robert Roddenber} 0. Box 115 Phone WA 6-3384 I
same on plaintiff's attorney on or be-l of 36-43. of Sopchoppy.The :
L. '
C. I
(SEAL) Jaycees. Eighty-six persons at
I fore the 15th day of March. A.D. 1963 CRAWFORDVILLE FLA.
State Senator 5th Distric On the 20th of the bride's book was kept bj| ,
Wakulla County. Florida Herein fail not or the Bill In this caus February tended the banquet and the follow
BOBBY RUSS (SEAL) will be taken pro confesso. team ,traveled to Monticello for a ing officers were installed: Miss June Roberts of Sopchoppy.

State Wakulla Representative County. Florida 'I ere Witness Judge the of Honorable the said Court W. May and Walk th boys and girls game. Our girl Clayton C. Oaks Panacea, President Following the ceremony th4 E. G. HAMMICK ,

(seal thereof at Tallahassee. Leo were defeated by a score of, 31-34 ; Jimmy Dykes Crawfordville MYF oPthe Methodist Churc
County. Florida this 11th day of FebJ.
ruary. A. D.. 1963.. tut our boys got jfevenge by Vice-President; Johnny Miller entertained with a reception at th

RELIABLE PARTY FOR ADD ,I Moody Pearce trouncing Monticello's boys 52-45 Crawfordville Secretary; Harold Social Hall in the church.

INCOME FOR PART OR FUL]'Clerk Circuit Court "Smitty" Blount, St. Marks Treas The bride's table was framed
TIME WORK Wakulla County with ivy and tiny white blossom
Zemo Great for urer; Jimmy Helms Wakulla Par
WE SECURE LOCATIONS FOR By: Jerry Pearce liamentarian Mallory "Mack" Par- and it was covered with a beautifu
TESTERS Deputy Clerk ; ; "
Male or female wanted for thi George L. Harper Minor BumsC rish St. Marks Chaplain. white cut-work cloth. The three NOTICE r
area to service route for Sylvania x tiered cake was crested with i ,
Attorney at LawCrawfordville. Plans have now been completed ','.r ,I A '
& R.c.A. television and radio tubes Florida Zemo a doctor's formula, liquid miniature bride and groom. THE LOCAL LEGISLATIVE DELEGATIONWill "
I 14-W-28-"Mar. 7 soothes heal a county-wide fishing
sold through our latest modern Feb. or ointment helps their weddin
method free self-service tube testIng minor bums cuts brutes Family ment, according to Clayton C The couple left on '
and merchandising units. Will IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE antiseptic eases itch of surface Oaks President of the Wakulla trip and after March 10 they will hold meetings in the Courthouse on March
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND rashes eczema teen-age pimple*
not interfere with make their home in HomesteaFlorida. ,
your present FOR WAUKULLA COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN athletes foot. Stops scratching: maids County Jaycees. The tournamen ;
employment. To qualify you must CHANCERY. CASE NO. ..,- faster healing. For stubborn for Spanish mackerel and king 7th and 8th at 8 p.m. for the purpose of DISCUSSING
have 1476.60 to $2,953.20 cash WANDA KETCHENS cases get Extra Strength Zemo.
available immediately for inventory PLAINTIFF mackerel will be held during the Sopchoppy wins District 2 ClasC PROPOSED LOCAL LEGISLATION.

and equipment investment HORACE KETCHENS : :: : : ',', > months of April and May; wit) Basketball Tournament and goe
secured. Car I 5 spare hours weekly DEFENDANT. r- i to. the State Tournament a
. . prizes each week for the larges
could net up to $6,000.00 per . . r 4"" Thursda
year in your spare time should be DIVORCE t .l :'" ,. fish caught in'each category-ama Gainesville Florida ; March 7th will be devoted to hearing from all
will be awarded at tb March 7, Friday March 8 and Sat I
able to start at once. This com- NOTICE TO APPEAR -- trophy
pany will extend financial assistance THE STATE OF FLORIDA Ketchens TO: .' HURT? CUSHIONED end of the tournament for the urday March 9. Playing ,in th County Agencies such as: County Commissioners, .
to full time if desired. Do New Mr. Orleans. Louisiana ,.t, ,.. MNERSOLE largest fjsh registered. Mr. Oak State Tournament will be Wesle; Board of Public Instruction. Sheriffs Department
not unless notified that a suitor : ,
answer fully qualifiedfor You are hereby John David Johnn;
has been brought against also stated that in order for any ,
( divorce
time and investment. Income I\ou % .
in the Circuit Court of Wakulla : CAN WALK IN STYLE AND COMFORT Strickland Randy Anderson;Larrj Tax Assessor Tax Collector County
should start im.m*- (_tely. Businessset you County. Florida. In Chancery. by one to be eligible for any of the< County
up for you. -iftJing. soliciting and are hereby have been' Lawhon Roy Graham Mike Lang
Wanda Ketchens. you prizes,that person must
file with the Clerk of the 'iat .KNAPP SHOES Agent, County Clerk, County Welfare etc.
or personal experience Interview is not>> necessary.in For Circuit required Court to your written appearance registered prior to the catching o: ston, Jack Henderson David Rod *, ,

please include your Phone your Number city- in same said on suit Plaintiff's and to attorney serve a on copy or be-l off; ::' FOR MEN AND WOMEN I: the fish and that the entrance fee< denberry Jimmy Henderson Ran !

and WRITE: fore the 4th day of April A.D. 1963'< with vlv ry-soft. air-cushioned : will be $1.00 payable at the time< dell Nicholas and Douglas McMil March 8th will be for the General Public Fishermen I
this caus
fall not the Bill in
U. S. ELECTRONICS CORP. will Herein be taken pro or confesso. "::, Innersoles and buoyant support j of registration at any of the three Ion. Congratulations to Coac
6267 NATURAL BRIDGE Witness the Honorable W. May Walk, ::;:: to the arches .'. For substantial weighing-in stations, one each at Sanders and the boys. and Other Business..
PINE LAWN 20 of the said court. and the
seal er. Judge thereof at Tallahassee. Leon] ;:{i savings and expert Factory. I St. Marks Spring Creek and Mayor and Mrs. Johnnie Robert

A.County.D.. 1963.Florida this 4th day-of" March t ""Fitting,W ..,'Service consult: I Panacea. This $1.00 fee will register had as their guest during the week ,

Clerk Moody Circuit Pearce Court fi YGttt". LOCAL KMAPr COQNULORUK. I the entrant for the duration oJ MX and Mrs. Wayne Roberts an SENATOR.LUTHER TUCKER

Wakulla County Florida .- i WILIAM H. METCALF the tournament. family of Tallahassee .Mr. an

George Attorney L.at Harper LawCrawfordvill A24 I Woodrow and Katy Whetstone Mrs. Willard Durden and family o REP. BOBBY RUSS

Florida L&5t' FLA. are building a three bedroom Grand Ridge Mrs. Ann Graves an
Mar. : ,. I apartment addition to their Coastal baby of Columbus Georgia.Mrs. .
1i : : : *; ," .j: : I
: :> 0
Mildred Banner is visitin
., .1 restaurant. Henry Crum is doing '
the contracting. We wish the relatives in Alabama. I 4 .
Tallahassee Business Firms J. Whetstones every happiness in Mr. and Mrs1. Eddie Earl Robert: .

.. and girls Mr. and Mrs. Jen 4
i their new home. : )
Eva Cosper is ill with the 'flu'. Hodge and family of Tallahasse i <:j

You can have three guesses (no I was the week-end guests of Mrs "

DIRECTORY prizes given) as to who is typing I Delmos Roberts. .

I the column this week. (Frank of I Mrs. Wheelus left Wednesda Ii
Alabama due 'to ]
I I course.) I for Auburn an
Who was it that said: "If Cecil : illness of her mother. .
I Patomize These Advertisers t
Duren had as much help as he has I Mr. Sam Hodge was a visitor i iI in]
supervision his remodelling job Sopchoppy last week. i I

would be finished"? We are glad to see Sonny Bar '

We hear reports of pretty good wick home from the Forsyth Hos yr'I
Baker-Alford Co. Proctor & Proctor
O. I. GRAMLING catches of speckled perch from pital in Tallahassee. N.-r'T 4th Annual

aTM Part BOfU 'Inc.Cadillac .' Lake Ellen. Some small catches Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lett son oftJtoy Attend

Anything for your auto truckor & CO. (largest was eight fish) were reported Jr. and David Chapman of ORCHIDS TO MUSIC
tractor. Also for your power Pontiac from Otter Lake. Tallahassee visited Mrs. Lett's

lawnmower and much for your One-Stop Service for Vauxhall We are very happy to report I mother Mrs. Carrie Ashmore 4th Annual Orchid Exhibit ORCHID .

boat. ,-Feed Seed Fertilizer SALES AND SERVICE that Mrs. Vetitia Macmillan who Sunday..
208 N. Adams St. Ph. 222-3380 sick list is improving City commissioners S. W. Re- )
Poultry Supplies MERCURY has been on the
Garden Tools- OUTBOARD MOTORS but slowly. I veil, Myron B. Hodge Mayor John-! ) EXHIBIT
and school HorticulturaUudgesw
Factory-Trained Mechanic Friends of Rev. George Dickey .nie Roberts principal

So. Adams at SA.LJUI. .... 215 NORTH ADAMS STREET will be happy to learn that he anda i Glenny B. Banner were business] j judge

Crossing Phones 222-0830 223-0989 could not visitors in Altha Monday. Tcfloiws
friend, whose name we by OrcW SodttySaturday
','," Little ,Folks Store, Phone 2230173Light I learn. left Shawnee. Oklahoma on Chief of Police Hazle Wood and] eorsages and

6 Inc. 1 here some wife Mildred of Greene ville, were at LEON FWERAI
March 3. and will arrive ArtisticArrangements
The Capital'sMajors of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp ,
:"' for Minors" time this week for a week of fish- March 9th

,)'', Children's Gurnet.FttnWwTO'JII.Hobbies FR M ing.Rev.. Henry Martin, pastor of Sunday.Stevie Revell and daughte: or 11 a. m. to 9.-00 p.m..

Baby Accessories St. Ph. 222-1146 Weight and Regular I ff : Ue First Baptist Church of Carra- Rema celebrated birthdays together Sunday, March 10th
133 N. Monroe .
> Concrete Blocks Sunday. Among the guests
FEEDSFlint belle, will conduct a revival for the
Hanson, Wood and First Baptist Church of Panacea elebrating the birthday was Mrs. .... ... ... 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Hoel Ind. Inc. beginning at 7:30 p.m. each night Stevie Revell Mr. S. W. Revell. .;......-w-.
March 17. Rev. Jim Mrs. M. Yent Revell Montgomery ::;'Zo.doW WeIr.... '" e. '-:......,s..
11 through
S. Adams St. at 4-Points I River Mills attend. Mrs. Catherine Olak Mr. ,,..r tia,_.w+w. tn'.41h A... 1 ia&ekfsb
Tel. 222-5840 P. O. Box 661 Burke invites everyone IRevell. & Fr..i4.ee c---,
and ,
; ,' held their -land Carl Revell family ert tMuy ........ .
2015 S. Monroe Ph. 223-0274 The Junior G. A. regular iA&lJlli'UII seer soars ,w..a.+ i.a
"-. weekly meeting at 4:30 pjn. ind Mrs. Tina McPhaiL .s.......Aga re 1..w.e. ,.
Mr. Keith Hodge of Tallahassee
last Friday at the First Baptist I
.:.Capital Stone Co. i Church.' end Myran Hodge visited in Motile

Ala. Friday.
Since 1908 i The W.M.U. will have their regular ,

--R Yeager. '. SUBER & JOHNSON monthly meeting on Thursday -I Mr. and Mrs. Frances L. Zorn
MARBLEGRANITE t tAMS! of J Jacksonville visited Mrs.ore's .
Chicks March 7. at 10:00 a-m
," i .' Seeds. Fertilizer-Baby ; mother, Mrs. Catherine

MEMORIALS .f'- Farm SuppliesCor. pastorium.The.Youth Fellowship for young )lab, and sister Mrs. Stevie Revell'

Cemetery Work of AU Types Insurance and,Bonds Gaines and Woodward, Sts. men of the age group 15 through Sunday. .. : .
and Mrs. at
Mr. Ralph Brown .
W. Gaines SL-TeL 223-0719 .214.S.;Adams St.-Tel. 22 4680 Tel. 20, met at the pastorium after I
,See. Mgr.. pO Sunday night. ended the area American Cancer 1111....So (C........ ww.,.q. psis
Walter F. Buchan 2226961)I church services on .
Society meeting last Thursday at -
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i ... Fifteen members were present .
.- I and refresh-.t
... they enjoyed games


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What Abcui the I FHA News thing. Dorothy Gray was chosen -

Smoking HabitThis OfSopchpppy to take her place as treasurer. ALL PURPOSEMHGNE01L WAKU.I.A COUNTY NEW 3
The election -of '63-64 officers Thursday. March .
7 I9M
is the fifth of a series of The Sopehoppy F.H.A. Chapter will be in ApriL Anyone wishingto COLD SUFFERERSGet ALL PURPOSE ,
an:'were to most-often-asked ques- met. Monday, Feb.26th. A movieof T
% run for an office, must have an
ticns about the health relation- special interest was shown during application form. Fifteen people I fast relief from that ache-all- '
*h'p of smoking and development this meeting. *- must sign this form. The installation Oils Everything ewer worn-out feeling due to colds. ? HURTING YOU
of cancer. The series has been A party was planned for March: of officers will be in May. STANBAQCS combination of medi Oils Everything j fmmtdfffft
issued by the Florida Division of 8th. Four committees were chosen, In March'some members of the t Prevents Rust cally-proven ingredients reduces fltffff!
the Ameiican Cancer Society and head of these committee were: fever and brings comforting relief. Prevents Rust A f w drop.,f otTCRO M-M4
eleventh and tenth grade will present IE6UUKOil SPRAT-ELECTRIC MOTOR Use as a gargle for sore throat due to re4Wf r.l.n..et.n*pum.t=w*M*.
in this > Decorations, Jeannie Vause Re- l..ttA..a..d..tM
i in reprinted ; UM
newspaper as a one-act play for the school colds.Snap back with STANBACK. I b .,
:::ti'n--. : : and Uua ww
a feature of general public interest freshments, Kathy Whetstone; Entertainment We are proud that Lessie Pigott lECUUR-flll SPRAY-fUtUle MOTOR Ie.'-aIIaWe M.U?dm 1Hl*dtre..f.t..*wtm. ourcitQ
Readers desiring further:. Carol Becton; Cleanup and Jeonnie Vause will be able to I
information about czncer control Janice Thompson. .
attend the state meeting in Jack- _
subjects are-requested to send their We all regret losing one of our:sonville.LumberBuilding .
written! inquiries dj.ect to the faithful officers. Everyone wishes EFFECTIVE NOW .
state Division of the American Ella Mae the very best of every- -

Cancer Society, 41G Tampa. Street,' --
Tampa 2, Florida.

1. Q. Why does a person who has "
.given up smoking go back to the -. -

habit A. ?A major reason is doubtlessthe I! Supplies"We : =' ,- OUR NAME IS } -

addictive factor. In addition, '

a psychological need has been Need And Appreciate Your: .' '.
established, based on the oral and _. 1
t manual gratification of handlinga \ ..

cigarette, ligting it, putting it TTb'TTb'I .. .. f
Business" _
between<< the lips etc. ;,.

2. Q.: What is the best way to stop "

smoking Quality and Price Guaranteed
A. Most( people stop entirely, aUnt .
once>; others manage first by
tutting down or switching to low- .
nicotine, low-tar cigarettes. Many Ross Hannon, Owner Capital City" .r
people find the need of some kind .
of substitute for smoking-for .
chewing gum or eating ;: '
candy. L National Bank' ,

y {.k,
:1. Q. If one has, smoked for a ,

long time i is there any benefit in Specials Thursday, Friday, Saturday Y\: ....,.. .
quitting? ;. .. -. ,
; .. < > ,
""' --
A. Yes. Stopping is beneficialeven -" ,

after long periods of smoking. Picnic Hams, Lb. 29c ., .
'. .; ': ._:r..: -.. : :;:.. ;>-"'" :, ,' s .'. ,.{ .
4. Q. What about doctors smoking Blue Plate Mayonaise, pt. 29c -- \ : "

A.? Some doctors smoke for the ; {;; '< ": ;:

same varied reason as other> Lindy Cream Style CORN, 303-2 for _____27c : :: \.:
.smokers. However a larger prb-. .. Snow Drift ,
SHORTENING, 3 lbs. .._-_ __69c .. "
portion smoking of than doctors members have of the stopped general Aunt,Jemima FLOUR, 25 lbs. $2.25 < {";:::>' r: : '- .. Please continue to use your. present_'

population. Today it ti estimated Phillips COR NMEAL, 5 lbs. _29cPIGOTTS : .
that three out of five doctors ..
,. .
: do not smoke. -- "" "1' ,,: :: .
STOKEAiEDART :., .:. '?> : h :, ::: : :
: is exhausted.
f ., .. .; ( :<. supply : ,_ '
ST. MARKS NEWSMr. We Give Top Value ;,:;: ..I., .:..:" r '. : T" .
StampsTallahassee .. .
and Mrs. Edgar O'Connell of ... <: : "

Montgomery, Ala., spent the week- ....,. '", .
end with Mrs. Lea Lynn and fam '. ." '"
: ._ 1. ._ \. :'- 4" "
ily.Mrs. '
Daisy Ewing of Carrabellewas COMPLETE : -
a visitor here this week with ,
her sister Mrs. Ruby Ward and FLORIST \"c" Capital City'
both sisters visited another sister, <
Mrs. Bertie Coggins who is ill at Flowers & Candy Inc. SERVICE -
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. .... : ,
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Alford and ..' <; First National BankTaJaiassee's :
daughters visited relatives in > ; ,
the weekend.Mr. ...'I"-" .. i.. ..
Sampson, Ala. over ,. ...... .. : ": ;
,,., ,
and Mrs. Paul Kreager spent < *"", -f" ; dos:l "' -
the weeli-end in Atlanta and neigh- '. : .yy :J', : ':. w. .. ;d.
boring mountains as the guest of Formerly Tillman's !;' ; ': .
:;;f: Bank h
their son, Paul M., and family.R. -:' / / Friendliest ,
P. McLendon of Starke was a 10o, EAST JEFFERSON STREET -" .
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cogdill :'? : :. l' / ':-., .;. ;J ; r ::' :: -. '.-
during the week. -
: :- .
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fulford have .: Member' -

returned to their home and business .. ,-*- f i ... l Insurance Corporation :-
1 Federal Deposit '
in Topton, N.C. after enjoyingthe n; :- :_ ,. ,,0 _. .:
/r -:-. 'v ,. .
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDAor Federal Reserve System -: : ;
winter here in their trailer. PHONE 224-3023 -r- r .
,: :, : _'
Mrs. Ruby Sessions has returned WA 6-3301 CRAWFORDVILLE t.: ;;,. :- ; '
home after being a patient at Tal- .
lahassee Memorial. Mrs. Vester "
Culverson is still .a patient at the ,"
hospital but Is ,reported much im '.

his.friends Mae Mrs.Mr.Tallahassee.Saturday.home Brown Lee Lucille.in here this Work of Cummings after part Panacea.has several of returned the and'countyon visited weeksin Mrs.to 1 19th H BIRTHDAY I SALE ', 1 19th

Miss Kay Cogdill and roommate
Miss Harriett Meyer of Dunedin
spent the week-end with,her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cogsdell.
They attended the wedding of

Crawfordville Ralph Oliver on and Saturday.Mrs. Etta J.. Piet in Tallahassee Furniture .Co.

Mildred Petty of Newportis .
visiting her daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Don Willis and children in

Niceville. 508 W. BREVARD ', :<: DIAL 223-0636


'' .".. .
.; .
Julia Marie Rehwindel of
Pensacola, granddaughter of -
and Mrs. C. L. Rehwinkel is spending STORE-WIDE ONCE -A YEAR '
f this week with her grand- ;

The Rev. Luther Stokes was a ,, :- '.
E i, visitor in Crawfordville last Mon- ", -'
I day. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Moody Pearce -. '
spent the weekend in Jacksonvilleon ', -

f' Katie Mrs business.Lou Mattie Hightower Snyder of and Wacissa.Mrs. Only 3 Days Left : ''; : Low Prices Good ,

were recent guests of Mrs. C. L. / "

Mr. and Mrs. Wooten Smith and "

children. Selena and Timmie spent .. ,..... "
the weekend in Quincy. ,.- ... .- : _
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Mrs. J. R. Gibson of Troy, Ala.. 0 :
1 is a guest'of her daughter Mrs. c. ; ', .( :
Harold Blanton and family.rvou 2 ; S


Drawings Saturday, March 9th. Liv-. ., :

C x' Supez GilletteS LADE: ing Room, Bed Room, Porch and ; 1000 PIECES COFFEE AND CAKES

,. ,
count GID.COUW ECONOMY Lawn Furniture- to the Lucky '19Names. OF FURNITURE

I ::: ill : bUY-4nd you. FOR THIS SPECIAL :

lO 1 for SS' : do have to be "
! not present to win. : ONCE-A-YEAR SALE : --

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Social 4
I Security Thursday. )March", 1963
In '
Mrleer Busy. .,,.,,,,,-t..z.' _. T"J '
FLORIDA STATE ,. Nsr The next two months are the J _" ,
T" V S busiest for the social security dis-
i trict office in Tallahassee. According

Friday Saturday to Walter Kebob district man- 1961 Greenbrier 3 seat 9 pas I
Today Only ager here more people! ,retired and senger : $1695
claim retirement payments in January -
'TWO FOR THE Rudyard Kipling's February, and March than

SEE-SAW" "CAPTAIN'SCOURAGEOUS" at any other time during the year. i Ei!
Since the social security officecan't

hire and train extra help 1953 Ford V8 Convertible, 2

WithRobert just for this temporary period, door, special _._-__ -- $1 00
Mitchem Starts FridayAnthony w they point out certain things that .
retiring workers can do to help ?
Quinn .
Shirley Maclone speed up the service they get from : "
"BARABAS"TERRY social security.One .
c f thing that helps is to call .

HIGHWAY' &PITOLDRIVE.IH ahead and find out what day and 1960 Plymouth, 4 door...::::......... .. 1CHEVROLET 95
time is best to come in. The social ; $1
HOMHHHBH1MI OUTDOOR OH WOOttVrUE HWY. '1x security office doesn't make appointments

but they can advise "

Showing 7:30"SAIL Tonight thru Saturday : ri which day and hour is best to visit
the office. According to Kehoe,
A Showing 7:30 a. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 59 Ford 6
cy. 2 door/radio, 9 5
Hit No.2-SHIP"y: rt Wagner : ; ;5 in. are Fewer usually people good come days In to after come heeler, standard trans. ,

"HONEYMOON "'{AR LOVER"bfACHINE" noon than in the mornings so Ke
hoe recommends an afternoon visitto
Co-Hit 9:25 those who would like prompt]
Hit No. 3-10:45
service. -
"NO TIME FORSERGEANTS" Gregory Peck There is another advantage to 57 Ford 8 cy. Convertible Coupe, -

"Duel In The Sun" "MIGHTIER THAN MISSILES" appears to be the word for lovely calling ahead before a visit to the,. radio, heater, automatic ._.., $795
Sandra Schwartz of Miami Beach and she looks like she knows what
":''T.1 social security office. The social!
the is talking about. Sandra a University of Florida freshman is ,
security people need certain
vying for the title of Agricultural Princess during the 1963 Agricultural
records, such as proof of age. 56 Chevrolet 8 cy. 4 door, station
Fair March 8-10, on the University of Florida campus at Gainesville. 1962 earnings,. etc., from people 'Wagon, radio, heater, automatic $345

who claim benefit payments. Some _--.,--_.....- -. '___.____ .'u i
people need to bring one thing and
some another. It's better to find
S. out ahead of time what to bringin. !

Kehoe said that everybody who 1959 Plymouth, Hardtop, 2 door $895
works for wages should bring Heater, Automatic trans
their 1962 withholding tax state- ,mission ________.______..__-'
Just Returned From Market-These (And Other) Pieces Must Go ments. Self-employed people should
of their 1962 incometax
bring copies
Make Room! .
To returns. "We have to include
the 1962 earnings when we figure

Only Exclusive Early American Shop( the benefit payments, and it saves
Tallahassee's time if folks bring this information 1954 Ford, 8 Cylinder, 4 door, '
-- / with them," he added. This weekend special -.-- $195 I
Some documentary evidence is
1-Farly American Foam Rubber Cuushions 1-44"-Solid Maple
needed for of Most

SOFA SLEEPERS: 109 Buffet Hutch lR8e:,? 14995 people policy, family have proof an bible,old or age.other insurance old I .:''}"f. ,,,,:1 f" .

1-Solid record that can be used, but often : i
Arm E.A. Foam Rubber Cushions l li'ltDrop
1-Open g. forget to bring them to the social

SLEEPER Reg. TOO95 Leaf Table ,:; 9400 security office when they come to 1960 Chevrolet Station Wagon,
28 .
claim benefits.. Others go to con- .
4 doro, Heater, Automatic $149
Reg. 95 siderable effort to delayed
get a
Rubber Cushions Chairs 19 Transmisison, one owner .
2 E. A. Foam Duxbury 26.95 birth certificate. This is often -- --

Rcg. 79.95 4995 unnecessary. "If you'll call us be-
I Wing Chairs u 34"
Each fore you come in and tell us what
1-l00"4!; 88 age records you have," Kehoe said, .
'"we can tell you ,which of them to .
SOFA .Reg. 199 bring.',' 56 Chevrolet. 6 cy. 4 door, heater $395
": 279.95 1-Solid Maple 4-pc. 1-Solid Maple 4pc. The social security district office -
Bcdroom Suite Bedroom Suite in Tallahassee is at 306 W.
1E. A. Foam Rubber Cushions Jefferson Street. The telephone
Rcg. Peg 21995 Rag' 228 OIH.Jpc number is 2223515.A .
Back Chair $59 23995 J284.50 Plymouth 6 door
Wing 8.5 representative from this office ry.4 $295
1: Finish 4pc.. 1-Solid Maple 4-pi. will be at the Courthouse' in Craw-
fordville every 1st Friday of the
Bedroom Suite -
Bedroom Suite
EXTRA SPECIAL! month at 9:30 a.m. to assist persons T
12900 w/jpindl. bed 94Q80 in filing a claim or wanting ALFORD
5163. Reg. 1324.25ALL
1 Green Foam NaucahydeRecliner other.information concerning social

S4995 security matters.

579.95 I FURNITURE 20-40% OFF-j. CO .

: . CLARK'S. Off Colon, Shop +ate'k \

: :,Lt ,.:. :

'. 1901 N. Monroe Ph. 385-1222 .. ;.; .' .. '. .. /:...,:.. M.}- 'a "

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_" S right during March and April (FEED 'EM and CLEAN 'EM :*. S 5-' TI J ."1 1I .
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: \ \ ELECTRICALLY days). If you change from a fuel-type stove or: .

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kids come home with bigger appetites and dirtier clothes. f\ -t

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dressy enough for alter five. too. .

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pay anyone. at any time or place. Days.

i nights, holidays or Sundays at home or
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it in an envelope. slips it in the mail. ..
Her checkbook gives a record of expenditures -

: 4e4 74 .canceled checks are receipts.and .

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-. shouldn't have those advantages .

.., WATER HEATING COOKING' -starting here right away.?

Guarantee yourself plenty Torn a dial and! get precision heat to
of hot water for the help you mak'e the tastiest dinner*
_ busy days ahead with i you ever served.And dean electric cooking .
quick recovery electric water makes kitchens stay cooler brighter I .
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