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<, I i VOLUME W NUMBER 22 CRAY?FOUXmLLE* FLORIDA 3 'n.u..sa'.J..I717. IJfijT PWCB ID CENTS Plies CW'1IJ
Planing CouncilFor Arbor Day -> Methodist's Plan t
Girl Scouts Here fttnorrow a t, Y Series of Meets
Miss Betty Taylor, Troop 101, "Plant a tree with your own t LAKELAND A state-wide
II Panacea, is the local Senior Girl hands. You will care more for I it series of "New Life" evangelistic
Scout Representative on the,newly than a whole forest!" meetings to be held at weekly intervals -
organized Senior Planning Coun- At least that's what a 19th century t t tr =. Feb. 3 through March 24, .
I cil. poet though about planting was announced to day by the
Representatives from, the other trees, quite a few years before the I Florida Methodist Conference.
six Senior Girl Scout Troops are first Arbor Day celebration wa More than 600 churches are due
Miss Dabney Miller, Troop 19, and held in America in 1872. to take part. Most of the churches
.Miss Veronica Bryant, Troop 38, Since then millions of trees have will have guest preachers for a
Tallahassee: Miss Susie Spencer, been planted. Arbor Day shovel .- week as Florida pastors exchange
Troop 128, Marianna; Miss Faye handler include public officials on ,.' +3 1J ". pulpits.. At least 15 Methodist
I Shofner, Troop 108, Quincy; Miss festive occasions, clergymen, teach ministers from other state alsowill
Kate Williams, Troop 85, Perry; ers, students, girl scouts, boy take part.
and Miss Mary Bassett, Troop 92, scouts, conservationists garden > %. Bishop James W. Henley, Jacksonville -
Monticello.The clubs, rangers, youngsters, old- said the meetings will tie
Senior Planning Council sters, laymen alike ,<; \I rt in with the church's national ob-
reviewed reports of the interest Though Florida citizens first observed \ r servance of the 225th anniversaryof
survey they had conducted and set Arbor Day in 1886morethan 4 4 the "Aldersgate experience" of
tentative July dates for a horse- three-quarters of a century yA ;t John Wesley, British founder of
'back trip to the mountains and a ago-Nebraska claims the first .. Methodism.The[ .
.'canoe trip on a Florida river for official observance, followed quickly anniversary dates back to
Senior Girl Scouts at its meetingin by Ohio. Arbor Day is purely r 738 when Wesley, a priest. of the
Tallahassee last Saturday. They' American in origin, though tree- z Church of England, attended a
also approved dates for trainingin planting festivals were held. even ,'> >. prayer meeting at a little ehapel
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horseback riding and canoeing In ancient times. '" "- ."" .. ': --,,' ,,- f n Aldersgate Street in London."I .
this spring, and a shakedown pa. In Florida Arbor Day was observed _- :._ ; felt my heart strangely
trol encampment in June. on several different dates '\> warmed," Wesley said in descrtbng -
J They will take ,horseback riding until the legislature officially 'lijlYA'o :r", : : the experience which inspired
lessons in Tallahassee from Miss designated the third Friday in \ -' .' him to become an evangelist within
. Ricki January. Arbor Day this is .. 1, .rI ,-m sKf
Hopkins, Riding Instructor, year ,:,. the established church and to
and will take an American Red Friday, January 18. ., .. ',. .. launch the Methodist movement
Cross Canoeing Course under the The Floridian with a yen for .... > that later became a separate de-
direction of Mr. Tom Martin, ARC planting trees-and he has 314 : nomination.
Canoeing Instructor-and doctoral native species plus many intro- Primary purpose of the meet-
I i candidate at Florida! State Uni- duced species of trees to choose '. : .' ,, ngs. Bishop Henley said, is "to
i versity.. from-has a wider choice than in ; .. all Methodists under the guidanceof
Plans for a Survival Camp any other state. Any kind! of tree & : ;f: the Holy Spirit to seek new life
under the direction of Mr. Ross seems proper for the planting: ftcj5," l.pr" ':,:, in Christ and the Church, and to
I Allen, a Challenge Camp, a Lang- gold trees, silk oaks, eucalyptus, ,...,;-,;;;;:: A witness out of a heart-warming
',uage Camp, and a co-ed activity dogwood, cedar, magnolia, or the experience that Jesus Christ Is
were postponed until fall. Sunshine State's official tree the f ',-. F Lord."
; The Senior Planning Council Cabbage palm.Florid"'s .. Dates of the week-long "New
voted to conduct an interest sur- latitude is so varied, of -" Life" meetings by districts are as .
vey during January among 7th course, some types are more suit ollows: .
and 8th grade Girl Scout troops able in a given locality than others. Feb. 3-10-Tallahassee district: -
throughout the Council to assist The exotics are fine for Arbor Feb. 10-17-SarssoU and West .
the,Council Camping Committee in Day planting.But Palm districts; Feb. 17-24-De-
planning a summer camp activityfo then, there are the old re- Land district; Feb. 24-Mareh 3-
Underwater Scenes each as this at WeekiWaehee Springs is attracting Umrists as they eosse ts+ FUrttaCousyr
iables too like the slash
them. this season. Tampa and St. Petersburg districts
I The next meeting of the Senior shoe lIeaf, loblolly, sand pine, and ; March 3-10 Gainesville
:;Planning Council will be March 22, longleaf' It is the pine' which most ,Named, St. Marks News 1962 Forest Fires La rry"Gl fiver district; March 10-17 Jacksonville
'whe'n they hold ari overniighYcabincamp nearly typifies the massive steps I Lakeland and Miami districts
to further develop plans for made in Florida's commercial reforestation CofC Head Mrs. Grover Whaley and Mrs. Worst in 7 Years Takes Over ; March 17-24-Orlando dis-
the Horseback Mountain Trip and during the past 35 Julia Floyd and daughter, Julie
Tampa--James H. Couey, Jr.. Sam
Assistant County Ranger rict.The
the, Ccnoe Trip.Speedway. i years. the have returned home after a visit Suwannee toreCrawfordville's meetings will be followedby
general of Tampa that in 1962 Wakulla
manager Lollie stated
Each the Florida Forest with Mrs. Cluster Home at Miami.
Suwannee Store a pre-Eaiter community -
Tribune Company, has been elected its worst fire
Service makes available 50 slash Glen Warmack spent last week I
is under visitation Bishop
Adds president of the Greater Tampa This new management. evangelism, -
record in (7)
pine seedlings to school in the and is spending this week visiting
any Chamber of Conlmerce'and will I.awerence Glover took over a: Henley said.Florida .
hold Arbor his father Mr. CL L. Warmackand was due mainly to extreme
state planning to an ,
\ More SeatingDaytona officially take office April 1, it drought which was experienced in manager upon the retirement o:
Day This nearly is driving back to school
Mrs. E. G. Hammick who has
Beach, Fla.-A quarter- was announced today by out-going the spring. The largest fire In- State'sTrack
t 250 grade schools and high schools Mrs. Ada Stuart has returned the store for the several
president Fischer S. Black. past
ter-million-dollar expansion, in- crease was due to lightning. A
throughout the state ordered seedlings to Tampa after several months I
cluding 11,500 new seats of choice before the January 9 dead- Couey will serve in the capacityof ; total,of 36 fires burned 48.9 acres I Iin years. TeamIn
., vantage, is nearing completion at president-elect until April 1, here.Mrs.. Allie Mae Roberta reports 1962 compared to 8 fires.which Larry has had 10 years experience
line.Arbor along with other newly-elected officers I in grocery and meat depart Meet
Daytona International Speedway.The burned 41.0 acres in 1961.
Day is a tribute to the a nice trip and visit with her ments in :
project will be finished in and members of the Tampa The second largest increase was Supermarket operationsin Tallahassee Florida State's
tree. For the tree shows as no daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Allen California.He :
: time for the annual" February other thing the beauty and the Chamber Board of Governors. Boykin at Albuquerque, N. M. in debris burning. In 1962 14 track team, which has lost only
j is native of Wakulla
i i "Speed Weeks," which will be climaxed bounty of Nature. During the past year he has Mrs. Georgia Moore is spendingthe fires burned 192.3 acres comparedto a two of its last 22 dual meets, will :
: by the February 24 "Day- served on the Chamber's Board of week with her daughter, Mr. 9 fires which burned 111.3 County promises a open the 1963 season by entering i
'tons 500" late model automobile Bill Proctor Governors, Executive Committee, and Mrs. L. B. Turner at Homo acres in 1961. These were trash line 6f quality groceries.A the indoor Coliseum Relays at I
I line of fresh
and as chairman of the Chamber'sPort seats Springs.Mrs. fires that escaped when people did Montgomery, Ala., Feb. 16.
racehe and vegatables'will be carried.Mr. .
seating addition, most of it Frosh Coach Traffic Promotion Committee. June Harrell spent partof not take the necessary'precautions The Seminoles' 1963 schedule,
t an upward ,extentioa of grandstands Tallahassee, Jan.-Former grad- last week in New Orleans. while burning. your patronage announced by Athletic Director
and stated that he will advertise
I lining the 2,700-foot homestretch ate assistant Bill Proctor hasoeen A native of Birmingham, Ala., Mrs. Lila Cottony Mr. Harry The largest decrease was in incendiary Vaughn Mancha, will put FSU in
I of the H-mile track, is an elevated to full-time assistant ,he is general manager of the Tam DeShazo and Mrs. Essie Cogdill fires (deliberately set weekly specials in the news, Tour dual 'meets and a total of
ad this week.
I innovation in several ways. football coach at Florida State pa Tribune Company, which owns have ail returned to their home fires). ,In 1962 Wakulla County I st-s., seven large meets. Dual meets will
t It is supported by hot-dip galvanized University, it was announced by and operates both the Tampa after a few days at Tallahassee had 7 fires which burned 13.4 be held with Miami, Furman, Tennessee -
structural steel which, FSU Athletic Director Vaughn Tribune and Tampa Times and Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Rose acres.compared to .18 fire which CRAWFORDVILLEPERSONALS and Florida.
according to contractors, has not Jane ha. WFLA-TV and Radio. Gallaway !is a patient there now. burned 115.3 acres in 1961. Coach Mike Long's 1962 team
I been used previously for this type Proctor, who will be 30 on Black will become Vice Presidentof Mr. T. J. Posey and Mr. and Smoking fires also showed a won all five of its dual events,
t of structure. an. 27, will handle the Seminole the Chamber. He is Executive Mrs. Steve Coggins spent Sunday decrease for 1962. There was 7 Mr. and Mrs. Stove Edwardsand plus the piedmont Relays and the
; Seats in the addition are individual freshman team next Fall. His appointment President of Tampa Electric Com- in Panama City as the guest of fires which burned 27.3 acres Derref visited relatives Memphis Indoor Carnical.
i theatretype'chairs, also of I as an assistant coach, pany. Lt. Col. and Mrs. .Madyre Coggins while in 1961 12 fires burned a in Wakulla Long's '63 edition will be built ,
and friends recently
Elected the office of treasurerwas
galvanized steel-a material total of 66.7 acres.
hot-dip however, is effective immediately. and daughters.Mrs. and Leon Counties. around seven returning lettermen I
which lasts for many years Head Football Coach Bill Peterson Clewis Howell president of Ruby Ward was called to Threemiscellaneous wildfires has returned 'and several promising sophomores. I
Mrs. J. S. Cogdill
!, without maintenance. didn't spare the praise for Tampa's Marine Bank and Trust Jacksonville due to the illness and burned 164.0 acres in 1962 com- to her home in St. Marks, after However, losses by graduation
Floors and risers are of pres Proctor, who spent four years as Company. hospitalization of her daughter, pared to 4 fires which burned 37.0 in the Tallahassee I were "the heaviest ever": 12 let- I
I Elected for to theChamber's being a
sure-treated wood,also of long- head coach at Longwood's Lyman Mrs. Eleanor Sapp. acres in 196L termen, including five school
I life minimum maintenance Board of Governorwere Camp fires showed no increase Ii
ma- High School. Mr. Harry De Shazo is leavingthis Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Snodgrsss record-holders.
terial.-anlnave another innova- "Bill deserves recognition foe : week for a visit in East or decrease in 1962 In 1962 2 Pamela of Cincinnati In eight season at FSU, Long'steams
tion. The risers have hinged vents the job he did for us this Fall," H.. 1.. Culbreath, Jry comptrollerof Orange N. J. .-: ... fires burned 1.8 acres while in !' and daughter Ohio, and, Mr. and, Mrs.. Her- have recorded a 36-5 recordin
J which may be opened for summer said Peterson. "He has shown Tampa Elec. Co.; William N. The home of Mrs. Lea Lynn 1961 2 fires burned a total of 4.0' schel Capshaw of MeHlnnville, dual competition. Long previously j
ventilation a device designed the qualities it takes to make an Downs, executive vice president of, was the scene of a stork shower acres Tenn. returned to their homes coached high school sports
especially for the annual 400-mile(( outstanding coach. We're happy to the First National Bank of given in honor of Mrs. Betty Al- TOTAL FOR 1962: Tuesday, after spending several in Ft. Myers and Sarastota.
I ,July 4 race here. have him,as a full-fledged member Tampa. ford on Jan. 11. About 25 guest 69 fires burned a total of 447.7 days with Mr. and Mrs. Fred .
The expansion includes addi- of our..staff." enjoyed this event with the acres.
I, I tional rest room buildings behind Proctor was an all-state football honoree. Many nice gifts were TOTAL FOR 1961: Mrs.Lloyd Begley, Mrs. Woolen NightSet
:s the grandstands and speedway player in high school at Win- How To Travel presented to her. Co-hostess with 53 fire*-burned a total of 375.3 Smith and Mrs. Harry Pelt attended by ChamberThe
4 president Bill France said all ter Park, Fla. He later played Mrs. Lynn were Mrs. Lillian acres. the District Methodist
is styled to and It is felt that with the help of Wakulla County Chamberof
construction accomo- tackle at Florida State graduatedin With ChildrenPlanning Ward. Mrs. Jesnet Cotton Wesleysn Service Guild meeting
addition in the fu all citizens of Wakulla Commerce, in conjunction with
date another 1956 and was a draft choice of I Mrs. Newell Ladd. County we in Monticello last Sundsy. Thi
have better fire record in the Wakulla County Jr. Chamberof
ture. the Cleveland Browns as a tackle.. a held in the First
meeting was Commerce will hold their An-
to tale children ,
He decided to profes- your
on an auto trip soon: ? Be prepared! 1963.Anyone desiring assistance with Methodist nual Indies night and installationof
PTA MeetingIn sional football and went to Orlando's Here are a few suggestions which Hy Stokes, Pastor.
Neighbors Officers at 7:30 Tuesday
fire line plowing burning
Boone High. as assistant may prove helpful.Be Mr. and Mrs. V. L Cooper an
Sopchoppy football coach. A year later he please contact the Ranger in your Mrs Minnie Lee Langston have returned January 22, 1963 at WakuHa
sure to pack all feeding equipment Bill Springs Lodge with a smorgasbord
went to Lyman High as an assistant area. W. O. ( ) Lambert New- visit
The P.T.A. of Sopchoppy High in one water-proof beg or box, from a Coppe dutch and the Honorable
Willard Craw- supper
then took over as head coach it's port or Mrs. H. C. Ainslee
School will meet Tuesday J an. 24 so together in one place when Hill Tenn. Conner principal
there the next Fall. His four-year you need it. fordrille or call WA 6-324L Mrs.. Cooper's mother returned Doyle as
at 7:30 p.m..in I speaker as well as other entertain
will be served record as head coach at Lymanwas with them for a visit.
ium. Refreshments Give young children advancepractice t ment.
after the meeting by the 7th and 25105. sessions with any unfamiliar Cville Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Curt Spears returned
Mancha said Proctor will fill"the utensils they might be ; to Crswf ordville last Thursday
,J. The executive committee meeting post vacated last Summer by using on the trip. ;Church Schedule from a trip to Denver, Ceo CARD OF THANKSWe
will be Jan. 22 at 8:00 p.m. in! Charlie LaPradd, who resigned to Tale along plenty of between- Services Dr. and Mrs. Dan Spears have tried to personally
pursue studies. are held at the Craw- them."X'owadaya I
All officers of meal drinks and snacks to tide over turned with
the be Proctor, born in Atlanta, is mar unexpected delays.. forvills Methodist Church every :thank each of you for your many
the P. T. ried to the former:' Pamela Duke. Sunday morning. On the first and kindnesses during our mother's
attend. Also any members of the Pack at least one box of Kleenex third Sunday morning illness and death but for fear of
P.T.A. are invited to tissues for quick cleanups. They're worship our necessitiesare this
mho py take
service missing we
begins at 11 o'clock some one
business ideal for deafiiag sticky hands ins ajn and our
bring any important con CARD OF THANKSWe hurry. Sunday School at 10 &.III. On the luxuries are too means of saying how grateful we
cerniag the school before this com wish to acknowledge with "Well, if you want my second.and fourth'Sundays, mornIn .-Van W. Davis, HuntsvUieltlo. are. It meant much to her and to
m-ttee for discussion prior to the deep appreciation your kind expressions should Favorite toys sod older playthings humble opinion..." service is at 9:30 a.m. and .) Randolph County us.. ._
meettesT OB Thursday. go skng. of
Nfr11Ia r of
; sympathy. dreg, have some word games Sunday School follows at 10:30 Times-Herald. The family
: The: family of J. A. Trull planned in advance to entertain a.m.: Rev: Sprague the Castor Mix Nursie Whaley Ashmore
iJi.f toon. '.
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J. W22BELA berry and Mr. Roberts. "In some cities they tear "The new skirts are a4
"One trouble with
1 1'1t CLASSIFIED School Board'Minutes portableTV wed to
Thursday January The Finance Officer presented down buildings to save taxes. short that men who
is that take
tf t FOUND Skiff Boat, 14-foot, Audit of School Lunchroom and you can it They might try tearingdown sit in sidewalk cafes to
I 1- Gray Call WA6.3414.CLASSIFIED. School Activity Funds to the with you.-Bert Masterson, some taxes to save build- watch the girls pass BOW
t December 17, 1962 Board. Hartsdale (N.Y.) Masterson. Ings.-B. J. Dahl, Chewalah pass to watch the girls sit
The Wakulla County School Moved by Mr. Crum, and seconded '- (Wash.) Independent. in sidewalk cafes.-D..1.
.,. Board met in regular session at I Shults Hettinger (NJ.)
COUNTY NEWS- .- }', I by Mr. Roddenbeny that the -------
7 9:00 ajru, December 17, 1962. The Board adjourn. -
.. Chairman'Mr. Roberts, called the :
Telephone WAlnut 6. 301 Voting for the motion was Mr.
meeting to order with the following
Moore, Mr. Crum, Mr. Roddenber I
A FOR SALE-Lot 123 Block 9, members present: Mr. Moore, ry and Mr. Roberts. -
4i1 Panacea Park, Panacea, Fla. Mr. Crum, and Mr. Roddenberry. Kenneth G. Roberts, ChairmanC.
W Contact Mrs. Minnie Lee Mc- Mr. Spears was absent. L. Townsend, Superintendent '....
, : Virginia Keifhtley .._. __. Edito Call, Cario, Georgia. Moved by Mr. Moore and seconded .
flt by Mr. Crum that the Minutesof JANUARY 8, 1963
November 19: 1962 be
approved. The Wakulla County School HEAT PUMP
Cltiiifled:: _ ., Voting for the motion was Mr. Board met in special session at Pump.heat in during cool CEILING CABLE
Entered at Crawfordville. Florida / Moore, Mr. Crum, Mr. Rodden- months.out during the Heating wires are
Calla 9:00 a.m., January 8, 1963, for
FOR SALE -Boat, 25-foot berry and Mr. Roberts. warm months. Keep a in the ceiling. and each room can
as second class matter. Subscription Cru er. New Motor. Real the organizational meeting. comfortable temperature have its own th rmostat
Moved by Mr. Moore and seconded all year automatICally. You save money by putting the
Moved Mr. Paulk and seconded
Cheap. Judge Harper, by
it rate: $3.00 per year. by Mr. Crum that the Board heat where you want It.
Crawfordville. TeL Office by Mr. Posey that Mr. HenryA.
W A Resident WA C- Members and Superintendent refund -
I -3351. Crum be nominated as Chair-
their portion of 25.00. each
man for the ensuing two years.
1fYouNeed. of the $150.00 which was donatedto
the Wakulla County Chamber of Voting for the motion: Mr.
Posey, Mr. Paulk and Mr. Crum.
; Commerce as pointed out in the
Office Supplies Moved by Mr. Posey and seconded -
r Audit Report Number 5430 as of
Business Machines by Mr. Crum that Mr. Bobby G.
Office FurnitureSee HELP WANTED-In. June Voting 30, for 1961.the motion Paulk be nominated Vice Chairman I
or Call terviewer wanted for part- Moore and Mr. Crum. for the ensuing two years. f4 ( --c ) !
RANEY WHALEYat time telephone survey in Jan Mr. Roddenberry and Mr. Voting for the motion: Mr. L
: uary. Give phone number. Roberts voted against the motion Posey, Mr. Crum and Mr. Paulk. -
"'- Prefer private line. Not a sell- for the Mr. Roddenberry came in. .
following reason, that
ing Job. Air Mail letter in this Board.has purchased and used Moved by Mr. Posey and seconded : JF
CAPITAL OFFICE i eluding education, work experience material for floats and exhibitionsused by Mr. Roddenberry that R. H.
EQUIPMENT CO. I and names of refer- in the education of studentsof Carter be employed as Finance Of-
319 South Adams St. '( cnces to: American Research Wakulla County. Inasmuch as ficer effective January 15, 1963. ,
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE I. Bureau, Field .Staff Department the students of Wakulla County Voting for the motion was Mr. ,
FLORIDA Beltsville Maryland. Posey, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Rodden-
r lr i' participated in the parade and .
rode this float which was purchased berry and Mr. Crum. WALL PANEL HEATERS
Moved by Mr. Paulk and seconded Heating panels are located behind
in co-operation with the decorative gnllj. They .. \
are .. .
REMOVEWARTS Board of County Commissioners, by Mr. Posey that in the future individually thermostatically! controlled -: ,'I r I
all Board be and may be installed with small fans.
House. Meetingswill opened
., FOR SALENice New i Wakulla County Chamber of Com- :
Basement \\Deep Well. Kitchen merce and the Board of Public Instruction with a prayer.
Real 1 Voting for the motion was Mr. .
Furnished $4950. : '
of Wakulla County, they ::: ;
Easy Terms. R. _Walthall, felt that this expenditure was Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Rodden
Fla. berry, and Mr. Crum. 0 ; i
Box 187 Sopcboppy. justified.The .
PO Amazing Compound Dissolves*"' motion failed to Moved by Mr. Posey and seconded ...............
I Common Warts Away by Mr. Paulk that the Board f
However the Superintendent Mr.
Without Cutting or Burning ,
BABYSITTING Will care for. Doctors warn picking or scratching Townsend., Mr. Moore and Mr. BASEBOARD
Voting for the motion was Mr.
small children in my home for:! at warts may cause bleeding, Crum each paid $25.00. UNITS i I
spreading. Now amazing Com Moved by'Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Heat registers are
working mothers daytime,.! pound W penetrates into warts Moore seconded Posey, and Mr. Crum. .... tucked away in your i,
: by Mr. Crum that the bills be baseboards. Each room '
evenings by appointment. Mrs.,; destroys their cellsactuallymeltswarts Henry A. Crum, Chairman has its own heat control
Jack Solomon Crawfordville, away without cutting or paid as presented. and the location of
C. L. Townsend
I burning. Painless, colorless Voting for the motion was Mr. 1-. .units eliminates cold
Florida. Compound W, used as directed. ,: spots and drafts.
Moore Mr. Crum, Mr. Rodden- :'
removes common warts safely, ,
effectively,,leaDO ugly scars.IN -"'. --
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1I -- -: THE COURT OF THE COUNTY FORTUtf'IN
/P e: JUDGE.STATE WAKULLA OF FLORIDA.In COUNTY.. I "SMALL CALENDAR CONTEST
re the Estate of: FLAMELESS ELECTRICITY .
BOSTON, LOS ANGELES Revadee' Spears. Deceased. MEANS
WANT TO WIN small fortune?
To an Creditors. Leg.tees. Distribu a
I LONDON tees, and all Persons having Claims or Now you have the opportunity be- uKE Tot
Demands against said Estate cause the first prize offered in the I.
You. and each of you, are hereby 1963 St. Almanac ,
notified and required to present any Joseph Family HEAT
THE claims and demands which you or Calendar Contest is 12500. AT THE FLIP OF A SWITCH
either of you. may have against the How do you enter this "SmallFortune" P rize
estate of Revadee Spears, deceased Contest? It's very sim
CHRISTIVXSCIENCE I the late Hon.of Wakulla George County.L.. Harper Florida County to ple. Just pick up yoUr free copy
II Judge of WakulU Count. at his of- of the'St. Joseph Family Almanac
I lice in the County Courthouse. in CrawfordMlle. .. Calendar, purchased as a gift for 00 There Is no combustion dirt, soot or film when you heat the .
Wakulla Count Florida, \
within 6 months from the >date hereof. you by your local druggist. Thereare modern way-electrically. Drapes, walls, carpets ..the whole
six blanks in each calendarand
MONITOR Dated Jan. 10. A.D. 1963. entry
Mildred C. Spears. Executrix ;. all you need do is tell in 25 house stays cleaner longer; makes less work for you, gives ..
of the Estate of words or less what products fea- -
Revadee Spears. Deceased \ longer life to furniture.
tured in the calendar should be in ings. It's a year-long digest of top your ,
To the Executor or Administrator: every home medicine chest. articles that entertain end inform,
The above notice must be publishedin Everyone has the opportunityto it's an almanac; it's a magazine- Whether you're remodelling or planning to build, ask your heating, ,
a newspaper published in Wakulla win the $12,500 top prizeorany calendar. It contains not only '
County once a week for 4 weeks (4 contractor about flameless electric heat
Interesting publications. and the proof of such of the other 3,025 prizes which recipes but tips on cooking; holi- .
publication (which >will be furnished include two $1.000 prizes, three day and decorating ideas; health -
Accurate \ou b>" the paper hIed in this office $500 prizes ten $100 prizes and tips and child care features; skin : I
Jan 10. 17. 24. .31.IIN County Judge ten$5G prizes. Complete details of and beauty help; horoscopes and
I this $35.000 contest are in each birthstones; historical facts and
Complete calendar. memo space;first aid,accident and ri1. ; 7k ; / .
I Now in its 41st year the emergency helps. It's a complete
I.t.,.. .... News Cowr.9. THE COURT OF THE COUNT St. Joseph Calendar is the world's daily guide to all your family's FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION
1 JUDGE IN AND FOR WAKUL most wanted calendar-treasured needs.
--------------- 3 I COUNTY. FLORIDAIN in millions of homes the countryover. Ask for your free copy of the
The Christian Sc.nce Monitor RE ESTATE OF NORMAN A roue w-amw, rvrsro-o Mro men eor.Nr
.The 1963 edition covers more 1963 St. Joseph Family Almanac
One Norway St. Boston 15. Moss. SPEARS.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS than 100 editorial subjects in its Calendar at your druggist now so
Send your newspaper for the time AU creditors of the estate .of .Norman 30 colorful pages-and contains that you'll be sure to get one while
I checked Enclosed find my check or A. Spears deceased are hereby 265 full color pictures and draw- his supply lasts.
notified and required to die any ..
order. O 1 $22. -
f \money year claims or demands which they may
C 6 months $11 03 month* $5.50 have against said estate in the of I ... 5
t bee of the County Judge of Wakulla 5f
County. Florida. In the courthouse at
J Nome CrawfordvUle. Florida. within sfx* "Many a family is dominated -
calendar months from the date of the by a rich uncle's will
first publication of this notice. Each
Addreu claim or demand must be In writing power. -Ernst L. Henes,
and and must post-office state address the place of the of residence claimantand Wellington (0.) Enterprise."A .
City ZonePB16 must be sworn to by the claimant 1
i his agent or attorney or It will clever person puts his 5-
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; Aughtry Belle Chambers problems away for a' brainy
Administrator :of the Estateof day.-H. R. Smith Brook-
Norman A. Spears deceased.
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Sopchoppy News 11 q-
dredge which has been working WEAR re 'l'IuIncIaIJaalW717ltALL
by Louise c. Sapp > jfn. La iIa.,Witt day and night seven day's a week Gillette
I Mr. and Mr*. W. c. Harden and The Panacea Woman's dub has completed the channel In Dick- New HAVE YtlV
r family spent the week end in ,Albany initiated its new home with a New erson Bay, ," as far as Rock ,LaMing TItlED IT YET'
Ga., with their daughter Years Eve supper for members,' sum' PURPOSE
Louise and family the Robert>> .Mck their husbands and guests. After D. E. Vause owner of Vausers
? Caoleys.' a satisfying menu of broiled Super market is making a numbe GilletteBOUKJ: 3INONE'OILOils
I The members of the Congrega chicken, ham vegetables, salad of improvements. He is having in- Adjustable .. .. 11 //nl
tional Holiness Church of Sop- and boiled custard the time was stalled, walk in cooler, air con- BOUKJ l U
fi choppy held their first meeting in happily spent in looking over the ditioner and central heating. We
r.,.: the church on Decemjber 16. A building, in general conversation are all very happy to hear aboutit You from turn 1 to dial 9 ISferM 1 'C.1 Cfe. Prevents Rust
fit gospel sing was held at the church and listening to rercord music by i as it will mean better shopping for s.ttingthatmatch the OK- S f":.
1s on January 13, at 2 p.m. The the over seventy present. conditions. We are anxiously wait- 1ehrNnn GQ Iff BUt-M. SflAT-tlECTHC WIN
1, public was invited. Altho it was a moat inclement ing for it to be completed. Earl es stun your and with Suter
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Land be- night we had a goodly number at Vause has the contract beard Blue Blades AIL OfltlTTI BAZOt DARK
t came the parents of a nine pound our monthly first Saturday night The Panacea Chamber of Commerce -
Ii' boy born January 7 in Liseby hoe supper, friends coming from Tal- had their 'last meeting at I .
pital Panama City. Mrs. Land is lahassee, Sopchoppy, and a large the New Panacea Woman's ClubL
making her home with her parents group frorm Lanark Village. We building. They were very much impressed -
. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taunton of really appreciate our loyal customers. with the pretty new build- '
:" Panama City while husband, Sp- Among the visitors were
;- Terry Land is serving ,with the Mae Biown's grand daughter ing.Mr.. and Mrs. F. G. Clay have as .j f
i-: U. S. Array in Seoul, Korea. Terry -Carol and husband whom severalof their guest Mrs. Clay's granddaughter 5- ALL USED CARS
( is the son of Mrs. Louise Sapp us met for the first time. Mrs. Frank Tobias and .
; Mrs. Annie Lee Simmons and son By invitation the .J an. meeting her four children. They are from
Charlie Simmons, Louise Sapp] of the Woman's Club was held Bainbride, Ga.
visited Mrs. Jeanette Land and the at the Florida Power Lounge in The Jury Sparlings of Albaney,
Tauntons on January 6 and ,7. Crawf rdville. We were welcomedby :Ga.,Dave recently bought the Moye S
Jeanette is the granddaughter of Mr. Wilson who introduced his Place on Ocklochonee Shores, we
,. Mrs. Simmons. wife and Mrs. Petrenis. At the end understand they are to make it PRICED TO. SELL NOW I
Mrs. Carrie Ashmore and other of our business session! Mrs. Ken- their home. We are so happy to .
members of the family have returned neth Faiver in her charming and have them as permanent residents.The .
from Waco, Texas, where efficient manner installed the officers Henry Crums are expectingtheir
they attended funeral services ofa and Board of Directors for daughter and her husbandMr.
beloved brother and son Robert 63, outlining the duties of and and Mrs. Frazier Martin from ALFORD CHEVROLET CO. OFFERS .
( Jack Commander formerly of Sop presenting favors symbolic of the San Antonio, Texas. Mr. Martin
choppy. office to each one: to Helen Kelly, who is in service has orders to go
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griffin of corresponding secretary, stamps; to Korea but we did not learn just .: ,
Ochockonee, Ga., moved their house to Eva Cosper, recording secre- when. Savings U.pTo 54001!
trailer to the Strickland 'service tary, a pencil; to Abba Snyder, The Fergusons of Thomasvill
;p! station, Sopchoppy, and had as treasurer, a bank, a small replicaof Ga., are spending a few day's at .
their guest for the weekend, their Tallahassee Federal; to Ruby their home on Ocklochonee Shores.
daughter and son-in-law of AlA Brumby, vice-president, a blue Mrs. Mae Wells has been in j CARS COMPLETELY RECONDITIONED FOR: TROUBLE FREE DRIVING! HIGH ALLOWANCES ON TRADE
bany, Georgia. Mr. Griffin is corsage for loyalty; to Agnes Thomasville this past week for a INStI!! LOW FINANCE RATES.
farming several hundred acres of Coxen president, a gavel; and to medical check up. "'- .
land and some is in this vicinity. the directors, Irene Vauss, Rosalee, Mrs. Jack Redfern has returned WE GUARANTEE, THE BEST TRADES ANYWHERE I %
,' Mrs. Winfred Roberts spent Crum, Geneva Barwick, Elizabeth from Thomasville Hospital. After LOOK AT THESE VALUES LISTED BELOW. :
several days in the Carrabelle com Redfern and Jackie Vause (all having the final check up for 4
munity hospital. officers also being on this board) her fractured hip. She is doing
Mr; and: Mrs., Bun Simmons vis- a summary of the rules and regulations -
ited their son Charlie in Tallahassee. by which they are to govern fine.The Jack Jones of Baconton, Ga., LOT NO. 1 SPECIALS: LOT NO.2.
They also transacted business the club. The new president assum- spent the weekend at their place ,
J ,. while in Tallahassee. ing her office then turned the; here. They had as their house 327 N. Adams Ph. 224311158ENG.FORD 1414 So. Monroe Ph. 222-5656
, Mr. Jack Morris is, recovering meeting over to Mrs. Petienis who: guest Mr. and Mrs. Griffin also of
l' ',from a leg amputation at the vet gave a demonstration of how to Baconton, Ga. '54 Pontiac; 195,
, eran's hospital in Lake City. His prepare and cook an over broiled Mrs. Mae Brown isv out-of-town 4-door 59FORD
I, wife Chessie Morris is also a patient meals and one cooked in an electric I she is visiting her brother for a
in the Tallahassee Memorial skillet and a stuffed lettuce head few day's.Mr. 395 V8, 4-door, country $1295
.' of 2-door, radio, beater, a squire station wagon",
hospital. as salad. After showing how at- and Mrs. Morgan dandy second ear. radio, heater, automatic
#t SFP2 Alton Raker son of Mrs. tractively these foods could be Atlanta, Ga., spent the past weeks : '57 Plym'rh 195 transmission. Feel tike I
i Mae Rawer is home on leave. Having arranged on chop plates, little Miss house guest of. Dr. and Mrs. V8 a king in this 'beautiful
served four years with the U. Naomi Vause drew names for Wm. North. wagon.
S. Navy has reinlisted for six those who would get the food to Mr. and Mrs. Gillie Barwick .enJoyed 61 VALIANT .
.)fea.'So Prior to have served years take home. The winners were their son Tommy's visit. We -
with the Navy, he served three Gladys Sayer, Bessie Long and understand the home base of his 4-c1.oor station wagon, 51 1 095 '56 Olds 145 57 Buick4door S
years with the U. S. Air Force. Ruby Brumby. The door prize, a ship is Boston, Mass. transmission radio, heater,for standard 2-door 5 9 5
Alton was aboard the deck McKinnon, spent
U.S.S. Def donated by G. W. Tully Jimmy economy driving..... automatic transmission,
:: sota with his parents, Mr. and a
County Ship and was anchored was won by Sallie Robison weeks one owner. Old but not
f at Guantonamo during the and Laverne Robison drew the I Mrs.. M. E. McKinnon. He is an abused. Good ru..I",.
f Cuban crisis.: club gift. A question period with engineer with Western ElectricCo.
Franklin James spent the week answers by Mr. Wilson followed. ., in the Anti Missile project ,
end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Our hosts then served coffee and Niki. He is stationed at White 5695 CHEVROLET
V8, 4-door, station $
Frank Jones of Sopchoppy. Frank- individual cakes. We thank the Sands Mexico. We always enjoya radio, heater, automatic wagon _
II l( kin attends the Chipola College in Florida Power for this courtesyto visit from Jimmy. transmission. Roomy andplenty '55 Pontiac 245 V8 4-dee,; Belair, radio, 13 9 5
Marriana. the twenty-one members present 'I Mr. and Mrs. Cook of of fOe 4-door one owner
: Mrs. Wayne Roberts is lin critical Open House will be held at the verd, Minn., are spending several Don't miss this one
condition at the Jackson new club building on" Saturdaythe weeks at Panacea Courts. '
,f: County hospital in Marriana. She 19th from 4 to 6 p.m. Light: refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hinds of 57 FORD
will be served and Nissewa, Minn.; are also spending '55 Ford 95
,l !is the wife of Wayne Roberts formerly 58 FORD
VS, 4-door station
Panacea Courts. 2-door
several weeks at S495i
,r' of Sopchoppy. everyone is invited. We are expecting wagon, boater, automatic 5595
Mrs. Norwood Willis, better you. Do come. We are so happy to have them. transmission. j 6 eyl. 2-door, radio,
Mrs. Katie Whetstone is in the Don't lot this low heater, come gasorics it
While still with-out
known to us as Hazel Ethel Willis a pastor won't last long at
r of Montieello and formerly of The Panacea First Baptist church hospital at Carrabelle. fool you.
... Sopchoppy passed away at the enjoyed hearing Rev. Morris Roe,
I Archibald hospital in Thomasville, Tan 6th. During prayer meeting
I Ga., January 11 at 9:15 a.m. She Wednesday Night, Jan. 9th, Ottis ALFORD CHEVROLET
f|L is survived by her husband, Nor- Vause annuonced, that the churchwas 1 Green Thumb Tips :
t wood Willis and two children of being given an organ by II
Monticello. Her parents, Mr. andt Dr.. and Mrs. William North Sr. .
[ Mrs. Walter; Willis and a brother This wonderful gift is greatly appreciated "greens"If your plant family Swiss is chard fond of in 37 Years Of Fulfilling Your Automotive Needs
i Griffin O. Willis all of Sopchoppy. by all the congregation. your garden this year. It will
Funeral and burial were held January It will add greatly to all church produce more edible greens per
12 in Mondcello. services. Laverne Stokely, our foot of row than any other similar .
Quinton Burns has returned faithful pianist is taking some les- a dual-use vegetable.vegetable.You Furthermore.. it's ;
home from the Tallahassee Me- sons for the organ so she can continue can cook the green ,
f" morial, hospital where he was a to serve the church in this leaves as you would spinachbut .
patient. particular way. For which we are you can also strip the leaf
t M. L. Roberts of Mount Ida very grateful. This past Sundaywe blades away (using them as ./"
greens) and cook the midriffs
Arkansas, lives with his wifel enjoyed the Rev. Jim Burke alone like celery. Serve them 1. S\ J -
"r Estill and children and is the I from Double Springs, Ala. The creamed they're delirious! Leon Federal
-. captain of the tug boat the Mary church had invited him and his g-- II ,
lin Inn. He has become the business family to come and look over our Scatter some seeds of sweet -7
t' church. We enjoyed his talk alyssum on the soil around and
executive of the towing corn very
pany and is the son of John and much. We think Mr. Burke also shrubs in your evergreens house planting.or ii#
Delma Roberts of Sopchoppy. enjoyed being with us as it gave They will grow with no care at GROWING BY SERVING
T. Sgt.. Randolph Roberts has him the opportunity to contact all and the resulting flowers N
two of his will scent the air all summer
., class mates, Mr. Martin
: been promoted sergeant and until late fall.C _
.1' ,in the U. S. Air Force, Tachikawa who is pastor of the First Baptist < /
t- He lives with his church of Carabelle and Mr. Rhod-
A. B., Japan. Parsley is best started indoors _
wife the former Frances Carra- da who is pastor of the Baptist In a plant starter be- >
t. way of Sopchoppy and their trro church of Sopchoppy. This past tause seeds take three full \ ae fTk It 3 OVER $790,000 .
week Mrs. Herman Barton has weeks to sprout. It's an India-
Dick and Randolph Mip6 -
,3" sons, pensible flavoring for soups ; ; :t t
: of John and Delma taking some of the young '
also the eon salads and a garnish for meats.
fl Roberts. people from the church to hear. the e IN DIVIDENDS PAID TO LEON FEDERAL
Mr. and Mrs. Ausley B. Cam Evangelist Mr. Appleman. Sunday An Inexpensive hedge for the ./
a visited his Mr. afternoon, the Witts, Mrs. new garden may 'be made by 1962'
.f ; ACCOUNTS
way Barton, Mrs. Long carried the planting seeds of KochIa where : :. : S SAVINGS
f. and Mrs. A. B. Carraway during you want the hedge. If you pre- ..,
'k, the holidays returning to their visting preacher his wife and fer green leaves and a thick
.: "' home in Houston, Texas, on Saturday daughter Rebecca to the after- hedge. plant the type caned
k: .. and where he works with the ncn: service at "Carrabelle. Were Summer Cypress. You can grow : .
50 feet of hedge from one 23 .
t, Manned Space Craft Center of looking frward to hearing Mr. cent packet of seeds. ANNUAL REPORI''
NASA on the Apollo Project. Morris[ Roe this coming Sunday.He Should red leaves appeal to
:' Ausley is an areoepace technologist is alway's enjoyed and ap- )'00.- the Kochla commonly M- X STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS Of DECEMBER'
31 l 1962=
-Mr. and Mrs. Carraway had as prtciat d. called Mexican Flretraah ia what ,
f' for new year's dinner Mrs. Kenneth Faiver wentto yeu want Green during most .
their guests of the growing season, and not ASSETS UABl1m
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Roberts Gainesville, Florida, to be so dense or neat In growth as .
}t- .J' and Mr. ,and Mrs. Bobby Crum ,a t the University of Florida Summer Cypress. Its leaves ;:" Cosh en Hand and. iaz Banks....! 1,1't ,tT3.Q2 Swings Aaeonh ..'..........$19)66,964.50
and their children of Tallahassee, 'Teaching HospitaL She is to meet frost.turn bright red with, the first fiat Mortsage loom......... 1',607,909.5'.L.- .. .
and Mrs. Ott Carraway and with the past treasurer, and the -nnm- from Federal
Mr. e e Other bans ........... '
incoming treasurer of the Florida : ..... 69.028150 _
I son of Crawfordville and Mr. and People who cannot' eat raw : ,Y Home .lean Bank.......... 1.100,060.00.loans
Mrs. Ausley Carraway of Houston, association of Hospital auxiliaries. cucumbers should trY growing ..r,.. y Uaw oa Samp Accounts..... 219.572JJOkmstaents '
They will in the office of the variety Lemon. This round
I' '- Texas. of the meet directors for cucumber does not cause dis 3 ,t and. 5earifes.... 970.917.99 m facts*....,........ <150, 'J9
i rt- Robert and Linda Roddenberry one Hospital tress. .
J i' spent the weekend at home with the purpose of changing the book eeNaraiiisieiese8r 1- Office# Biddae end Eqvip- Deferred Income ............. 42.S'uo.
t' their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest of the association of Hospital .Use Wai (IY.... ; .
r Roddenberry. auxili ries. They did enjoy lunch DehrmdOp,end Otto liabffitia '............ 17,847.41
1- Rev. Richard Sprague held his with the Hospital directors which ApiRstStlV1 sic.. :$ Oar Assets .............. 269,485.41 .
!' first service at the Methodist was served at the Hospital. Mrs. Swpfes and Inems. ........ 9oU54Jf
.1; Church' last Sunday. He annuoneed Fairer who is president of the Splatters j.I TOUt ASSETS ..........J2i409.lJ1.il TOTAL '
.: UABUnB> ........S22.4WJ1.il
f, he would hold services at 9:30 Florida Association of' Hospital
,. the 1st and 3rd Sunday mornings Auxiliaries will be ia Orlando Are you tired of looking at a less .. 'J
'- '- these Sum he'fcolds regular rom January 21st. through FebUral' than cherry, grease-spattered area '
,; n ,.. as Chawfordvilfc and the 1st to meet with the behind your' kitchen range? You :l. a" V FEDERAL
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;- 11: can change this.today-by coveringthe : = LEON SAVINGS
If. oa 2 a4 **& Saa4aj .at the rsulr board of directors of the Florida entire area with washable f _
11M hour be**.' Association of Hospital auxiliaries, MuvsJon adhesive covering in a i Aim LOAN ASSOCIAflf
I t. --'Fred Becton returned from a .10 to plan future meeting for the bright .color or p tem to match i
: ::,:::. visit to W. daughter in Ft, year 1963. yarn kitchen dear. .: '. .. ...a: Sort* MMTM o KAHCH ORKE; Perbrey Sa fester
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4WAKULLA),January 17. 1963 ;;' : ;: Teen Talk Translators Needed ., IIIp IIuI 1M Clear fill Cracks And
I For- Events in March of DimesWhat's fchySkkiRish! Holes Better
Zemo liquid or ointmeni doc
II,1ffri: THEATRES tor' antiseptic, promptly: relieves Handlei Ha putty HanteaBi weed.
a gym jam?A Salk\ itching, stop Bcntchia and M
hel and clear: surface akin WOOD-
FLORIDA STATE hop? A sock shuffle? rubies. -
Do you give up? Want a :: r I I.a Strength. ZemoforzemO The Gwii.-oc.pt No Subctftuta.SUWANNEE .
Now Showing Today thru Saturday All three are names of
dances that will be held by
teenagers across the coun-
Day Stephen "LOBO" try this January in honorof STORE
the 25th Anniversary
Boyd, Jimmy Durante Plus Cohlt"JUMBO" March of Dimes. CRAWFORDVILLE, FLA.
The authority for this infor- .
Shirley Jones mation is a blonde hazel-eyed LAWRENCE GLOVER, ltfGR.i i
Max Bygraves beauty who 15 national chair- _
man for the Teen Age Pro-
"BOBBIKINS"CAPITOL gram (TAP) of The National -
Color Foundation-March of Dimes. Quantity Rights Reserved I
She's Suzie Willett 18, Wil-
1- mington, Del., a freshman at
PERRY HIGHWAY DRIVE-IN Russell Sage College. Troy, SHOP We Have a BEIt'E'; :
NY., where she is studying '
OUTDOOR ON WOODVH.LE HWY.
nursing She became a Marchof : "
Dimes volunteer several > LINE OF MEATS
because she "wantedto
Tonight thru Saturday years ago "
Triple Feature Hit, Tonight thru Saturday An help enthusiastic people. worker she STEAKS
CUT TO ORDER
BrigitteBardol"A John Wayne traveled the state of Delawareand PARCH QF: DIMES- : ...
VERY showed high school students .
PRIVATE "HATART ry out how the they March could of help Dimes car- WEEK-END SPECIALS ',;,,:;:: .:". : _
AFFAIR"P programs to fight birth defects Suzie Willett, 18, Wilmington, Del., is national chairman of the I '.j.;;":',- ..
Connie Stevens cripplers arthritis and of concern polio-a to trio young of Teen Age Program (TAP) for the 25th Anniversary March of Dimes f<<.ii
SUSAN SLADE" Jeffrey Hunter people as well as to older age held, as always, during the month of January. i' ,: ''!.."" :
Sophia Loren "NO MAN IS ANSCANDAL" groups. valves doing something nec- popular benefits for the 1963 Fresh Ground '
"A BREATH OF Is Top Tap
essary and useful. I've workedas March of Dimes:
ISLAND This fall and winter as the a hospital volunteer and I
Dances head the list
top TAP she's been corre- know that I'll be happy helping informal sock
sponding teens all over and the talking country with ad- themselves.patients" who can t help to glittering Silver from Anniversary events which Balls hops call, BEEF lb. 39
vising them how they can Suzie the daughter of Dr.
for. formal gowns gardenias -
make themselves useful in and Mrs. Albert V. Willett, Jr.. .
March of Dimes activities in .
spent last summer as a Candy
--- S Street sales-there seems to
their home towns.
volunteer in Delaware
"Just about all the teens I've Stripe Hospital in Wilmington Her be an endless supply 3f
items which lAPs plan to
met in my travels for the father a chemist is an execu- Brisket BeefSTEW Homemade
March of Dimes really want to tive with the Du Pont Com sell. These include tiny
do something constructive," plastic Rainbow Crutches : Sausage,
COMPLETE balloons, lollipops, peanuts 29cCountry
Suzie "Most of them join
"I'm aware that occasionallya lb.
donuts and carnations,
Tallahassee TAP because this Lb.
groups gives tiny minority of teens get among dozens of other ti
them an opportunity to con-
FLORISTFlowers into trouble and make head-
tribute to the life of their com- "
lines, Suzie says, "but I'll bet Auctions club members
munity. that if they found work which
& Candy Inc.. SERVICE ."There have been several I they enjoyed even this small auction off their services to Large Grade AA Doz. Bama Salad Qt.
the highest bidder for a day
national surveys which show 1 fraction would stay out of '
that Dr. Jonas Salk who developed or an afternoon working- .
trouble. I think that most of
EGGS 49c DRESSING 39C
the killed-virus polio secretaries baby sitters shoe
all. wants to feel
shiners and the like.
vaccine solely with March of respected and needed. I guessin
Dimes support, is a hero to that sense, we're no differ- -I'm thrilled that TAPs are
'. teens It's easy to see why. Dr. ent from else." so willing to pitch in and work
Salk is a dedicated man. absorbed anyone for the March of Dimes" Suzie Delight 1 Lb. Quarters Pal 18 oz.39c.
".t' in his humanitarian Popular Events Planned says, "This just proves one I
..' work. Teens are very idealisticand From, telephone and letter thing I've felt for some time- OLEO 15c BEER -
., they gladly give their respect surveys among TAPs all over most of today's teens are idealistic .
.. ._'" .. h ; .r. ._ to anyone who earns it. the country. Suzie reports that and they are searching
'" r .., "I m going to be a nurse because the following TAP activitiesare for ways to. express. their
-. ; I.ant a career that in-i shaping up as the mostFORWARD idealism.* .
"''()rm'erh. Tillman's. .<:*
,- ";.: ': LOOKINGThv
:10..KAST:;. : JEFFERSON: STREET' .,
.,',.' >trbest thine about head l of \ou. You know all about "
.- '-' ,. .. being n .gardener is that you areahaA these things this year and won't r
: looking forward to make the same mistakes
: ,- .. this \eai's ard'n. every plantin Ci.r: '. "; .:J:=" ,. .
I Those left over vegetable : 7'
in \\ l'h i is going to look precisely -
that weren't ed ftill' haimtyou
like the magnificent color J
a little but you'll plan so
; \ : l'ktUl'f' in the seed t latalops.No : ---S -
,.PIIXI2'1"tu23: :: () TALLAHASSEE.. )FLORIDA. ".'. matter if last year's well tins year that every last .F; !;t'I- ,. I
tan"Otill be' ..
; ;:: ; I" : ,- :'- .: beet' ano\ eaten ,
\\rathei left something to be -
; or. WA G-3301: : () VRAWFORDVILLE! bthe- time the first heavy : S
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