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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: January 31, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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_VOLUME 64-DUMBER 24 PRAWPORnVILLE., FLORIDA Thursday, January 31, 196J PRICE'oI0 CENTS PER COPY

The smaller size of this issue .of: the Wakulla County News is made necessary by mechanical- r

I failure in the printing plant. I


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H"'JII- r'1. Doyle Conner To


r.! Assist EducationTallahassee

Commissioner of
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Agriculture Doyle Conner announced -
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'- today.he has agreed 1 to
Is ." assist the Florida Department of

Education in promoting the television -

educational program, Operation : -

This Alphabet.project will consist of a

: ':.,w:, : series of educational television ck ;
;. : :
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< programs which will reach the .
'! 261,443 adults over 25 years cage II.
who have, less than five yearsf
-. \... > formal education.

The program is being sponsored ,.) 'w
by the Florida Education ?_ S

Department, with the cooperation
of the Florida Educational Television -
Commission and the Florida

Institute of Continuing University -

Commissioner Studies. 'Conner said that P. ... f _. ,

he was informed by Tim Bailey, .'':'; .
State Superintendent of Public .:';'; ',
\W I I Instruction, that Operation Alphabet -

> may assist as many as 1,066-, :

616 _adults in the state who have .,
T .? not gone beyond the eighth grade. >
;. "This group constitutes 37.5 percent

r ? of our adult population," he --.IIi ..
i 1 a explained."I -
feel that in our routine,work
.. : LT' within the Department of Agri
culture we can be of great assistance -

to these people by talking ,
Read Admiral Irvin J. Stephens Commandant 7th Coast Guard District with them about this educational
Accepted an invitation presented in behalf of Commodore Harold Beck- and encouraging them to
lin of the St. Marks Yacht Club by William Wyatt Staff Officer USC- [program,
GA to attend the Florida Yachtsmen Week here February 23 through take advantage of this opportunity;
March 2. The week is sponsored by the Florida Yachtsmen, in cooperation to further their education," Conner -
.with the Coast Guard Auxiliary, Red Cross and Civil Defense said. 0. E .Hendrickson standing, w-as installed Wakulla County Chamberf
Unit The invitation was extended during the District Board Meetingof "The great advantage of thi( Commerce President by Judge A. L. Porter, left.
.the Coast Guard Auxiliary in Miami, during the past week. is that participation wil Rep. Bobby Russ and Agriculture Commissioner Boyle Conner talkt
program
recent Chamber of Commerce Banquet. __
homes throughthe ,
be in the individual -
Jr. Chamber Cancer GroupMeets use of, television sets," he New Store Hours Roddenberry Died

Meeting Feb. Here pointed out.Conner added. that he had in At Suwannee Store Friday Jan. 25

The regular meeting of the Wa- Fuhdamental plans! were discussed strutted his field personnel to Suwannee Funeral services for Robert I.
of the
kulla County Junior Chamber of Monday night at the Wa.kulla work with local directors of adult Lrtry Glover hoursin Roddenberry, 86, who died Friday
will be held Thursday, Unit meeting of the American and Store announces new store
Commerce education by furnishing names effect. Jan. 25, after a short illness, was
Feb. 7, at the Courthouse. The Cancer Society for the Cancer addresses of person who would Monday Tuesday and Wednesdaythe held at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Methodist -
meeting will begin at 7:30 and Crusade. like to participate in the program Church in Sopchoppy with
store will be from 8
everyone is urged to attend because Volunteer workers from all sec open p.m. the Rev. Luther R. Stokes and the
.
officers will be nominated to tons of the county attended. till C p.m.Thursday officiating
hold offices during 1963.A Co-chairman Bobby Paulk and Carl E. Maplesiervices and 8 a.m. till 12 noon. 8 Rev.Burial Richard was in Sprague the West Sopchpppy
progress report will be given Jimmie Helms will be in charge.of Friday Saturday open "
I Jan. 23 till 8 Cemetery.
a.m. p.m.
by the fishingtournament committee this years Crusade. He born in Wakutta Coun-
and the State Scholarship : Mrs. Ruth Neilson of the Tal j Graveside services for Cart Eugene again Glover advertised said that in the specials News thin ate ty, Feb.was 1, 1876. He was a Vile long
Committee. lahassee Office told the group at Maples 71, who died in Wa ad.METHODIST. member of the Sopchoppy Methodist -
Discussion will also be presented the meeting of the national Crusade ulla County, Wednesday, Jan. week see Chuich. He was a retired
concerning a Jaycee project to col- planning meeting "held last 3rd during a hunting trip, was; merchant.
lect and store clothing and othergoods Saturday in Jacksonville. held at 4 p.m. Saturday in the SERVICES Active pallbearers were George
for needy families and burn- Workers attending last Mon West .Sopchoppy Cemetery with Richard Sprague, Minister' Harper, Eldon McLeod Leonard

out victims. day's meeting were: Mrs. Jessie the Rev. Luther R. Stokes, pastor CRAWFORDVILLE: Allen, Julius Core, Jack Schoellesand
All Jaycees are urged to at- Nazworth, Mrs. Anita Townsend,, of the First Methodist Church of 1st and 3rd Sundays, 11 a.m. Roland Schoelles. Honorary
ten this important meeting.' Mrs. Hannah Dykes, Miss Sandra Monticello, officiating. and 7:30 p.m. were the official boardsof :
pallbearers
Dykes, Mrs. Nell Russ, Mrs. Frank Maples was born in Mitchell 2nd and 4th Sundays, 9:30 a.m. the Sopchoppy and Cr\wfordville -
Rabenau, Mrs. Florida Roberts, County, Ga., Aug. 11, 1891 and Prayer meeting Wed. 7:30 p.m. Methodist Churches.

Mrs. H. F. Mills, Mrs. Evelyn has been a resident of Wakull Survivors include one son, Ernest
Lake Ellen Church Gcwdy, Mrs. Virginia Keightley, County for forty years. SOPCHOPPY: Roddenberry; one daughter
.
:Irs. Harold Blanton, Mrs. George Survivors include his wife Mrs. 2nd and 4th Sundays, 11 a.m. Mrs. Norma Rudd; three grand-
Continues RevivalThe Ladd, Mrs. Harold Blqunt, Mrs. Viola Maples of Woodville; two und 7:30) p.m. children; rand: numerous nieces and
Lake Ellen Baptist Churchis Essie: Cogdill, Mrs. Ruth Neilson, sons, James N. Maples of Tallahassee 1st and 3rd Sundays, 9:30a.m. nephews.
and Mr. of Oakland Prayer meeting, Wed. 7:30 p.m
holding a Revival at the church 11r! Fred Cunningham, and Albert Maples -
this week, January 28 and it will and Mrs. Ralph Brown, Mr. Bernard Calif.; three daughters, Mrs. Panacea Woman'sClub .
Lee Work. of Tallahassee Services in both churches every
Wilson, Mr. Frances Spottswood
continue through the 8th of Feb-
ruary. The Rev. Delmar Stiger, This years slogan for the American Mrs. Hodges Harrell of Jacksonville 5ih Sunday, times to be annuonced. Supper Feb. 2
Cancer Society is "The Year and Mrs. Wade Hamptonof will hold
pastor of the Lake Ellen church, Panacea Woman's Club
!extends 'an invitation to all the of the Volunteer." the majority of Gainesville; nine grandchildrenand BANGER; AND CHILDREN their regular supper: at 6:30 p.m.
members and friends of the churchto the work conducted throughout the four great-grandchildren; one Saturday, February 2, at the newVoman'sClub
die of
come and hear the inspiring tate is 'done at the community brother, John Maples of Camilla,[More school children cancer \ building.

messages given by Rev. Roy Bailey evel by volunteer workers.: Ga.;. two sisters, Mrs. Ernest Bar- han of an)',other disease. Only accidents The menu will be:
James Kynes, administrative assistant Camilla Ga., and Mrs. than
who is the speaker during the field of kill more youngsters Oven fried chicken, Macaroni
Revival.' Services start at 7:30 for Governor Farris Bryant Maggie McSwain, of Beaumont, cancer, according to the American and cheese, field peas, tossed salad,
p.m. has been named'State Crusade Tex. Cancer Society. hot rolls, cake, coffee or tea.
Chairman' for 1963.
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WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS -I
2 BABYSITTING Will care for
Thursday, January 31, 1963 Dees Barber Shop small children in my home for *t T TALLAHASSEE THEATftES !I

Monroe working mothers, daytime, Id I
2238 South
WAKULLACOUNTY evenings by appointment. Mrs. FLORIDA I II

Men's and Boys Haircuts Jack Solomon Crawfordville,

NEWS Florida.IN i t
DEE COOK, OwnerCLASSIFIED Today thru Saturday !

Telephone WAlnut 6-3301 Now Showing 1:30,5:20,7:15,10:10

THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Cordon: "Tarzan" ScottNatalie'Vood
JUDGE. WAKULLA COU..TV.STATE .
OF FLORIDA.In Samson and the 7
the Estate of
re :
Kevadee Spear Deceased. Miracles of theWorld"
Virginia Keightley _.. -.u Edito To all Creditors. Legatees. Distributees Rosalind Russell '
FOR SALE 19-inch Admiral and all Persons having Clonus or
Demands agantat said Estate:
T.V. in large, beautiful cabinet You and each of you. are hereby 3:00, 5:50. 8:15"GYPSY"
with radio and automatic notified and required tu present any
claim& and demand which you, or Jack Pa lance'WAKIIIOK
Entered at Crawfordville Florid record changer. Cheap for either of you. may have ugauiat the
estate of Revadee Spears, deceased FIVE'
Cash, E. G. Hammick, Box 11,5, late of Wdkulla County. Florida, tu
as second class matter. Subscription Crawfordville, Phone _WA- the Hon. George L. Harper Count)
Judge of W.iKulKt Count>, at his ol-
rate: $3.00 per year. 63384. lice in the County Courthouse in Craw
fordville. Wakulla County. Florida PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN
within 6 months from the date hereof
Dated Jan 10. A.D. ISbJ OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE HWY.
Mildred C. Spears. Ex-
ecutrix of the Estate oKevadee MMMMMMMMCTonight
If You Need. Spears. Deceased -
Today Only
To the Executor or AdministratorThe Walt Disney's thru Satuidus
Office CLASSIFIEDFOR above notice must be publishedin
Supplies !
a newspaper published in WakullaCounty 'ISabes In Toyland"t
Business Machines SALE-1954 Oldsmobile 88, once a week for 4 weeks H Plus Co-Hit t 10""ang 7:25
publications. and the proof of ouch
Office FurnitureSee Good Condition, Radio and
.
publication will be furnished "EXECUTIVESUITE" Joan Collins i
Call Heater, Good Tires, Rev. >ou b>' the papery filed in this office
or Count Judge "SEA WIFE"
Richard Sprague, P. O. Box Jan 10. 17. 24. 31.

RANEY WHALEYat 85, Sopchoppy, Tel. WO- Fri.-Sat. Co-liit 9:00
222G3.I James Stewart

NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO "NAKED SPUR" ShelleyVinte...

DISSOLVE CORPORATIONSNotice Stewart GrangerKing "THE CHAPMAN
CAPITAL OFFICEEQUIPMENT is hereby given under the
provisions of Section 608.36. Florida Solomon's REPORT"
CO.
Statutes to each of the corporations
lisited' below, the same being incorporated Mines"Tallahassee
319 South Adams St. under the laws of Florida, and
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE I according to the records of the Sec-
CLASSIFIEDFOUND retary of St.*te. each and every such
FLORIDA corporation appears delinquent for
Skiff Boat, 14-foot three (3) yenrs or more in the filing
<,f reports and payment of taxes under
Gray Call \V A63414.CLASSIFIED. the provisions of Section 608.33. '
Florida Statutes and that under the COMPLETE
orovisions of said Section 608.36,
'
Florida Statutes: said corporationshave
FOR SALE Nice New House been classed as subject to dissolu- FLORISTFlowers
Well Kit- tion, and that three 43)) months after
Basement, Deep date of this publication each and every
chen Furnished, $4950. Real !such corporation listed below that has & Candy Inc. SERVICE
not in the meantime filed its reports
Easy Terms. R. Walthall, due and paid the taxes due under the
provisions of Section 608 33. Florida
PO Box 187, Sopchoppy, Fla. Statutes, will be certifid. to the w
FOR SALE-Lot 123, Block 9, Governor of the State of Florida who
Panacea Park, Panacea, Fla. will issue a Proclamation :.t that time ;
dissolving said
Contact Mrs. Minnie Lee Mc- corporationWAKULLA
County
Call, Cario, Georgia. WAKULLA I
Name Principal Place of Business 1
Newport Ships. Inc. NewportIt 1J
is further directed that a copy of J
this notice be published one time in the i

Classified _.-....__._ ___u _. _m _. published Wakulla County in Crawfordville News, a Florida newspaper in !
FOR SALE-Boat, 25-foot Cabin which county the home o'fice of the
shown to
above listed corporations are
Crusier, New Motor, Real be located.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have Formerly Tillman.s I
Cheap. Contact
Judge Harper, hereunto set my hand and caused "
Crawfordville, Tel. Office the Great Seal of the State of Florida I.
t to be affixed at Tallahassee the 10.1); EAST JEFFERSON STREET
WA-6-3351, Residence WA 6- Capital this the 25th day of t
3211. January. A.D. 1963.
(SEAL .
Tom Adams.
Secretary of State

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Tallahassee Business Firms PHONE 221-5023 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA


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These Advert ersBakerAlford'

LINZ.Y'S GENERAL STOREPHONE


WA 6-3178

Co. O. I. GRAMLIN.G Proctor & ProctorInc.

"The Parts House"Anything CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA

for your auto, truckor & CO.

tractor. Also for your power Cadillac Pontiac No. 10 Jug COOKING OIL .98
.
lawnmower, and much for your : One-Stop Service for Vauxhall

boat. Feed Seed Fertilizer SALES AND SERVICE i
208 N. Adams St.x Ph. 222-3380 CAN MILK i
Poultry Supplies MERCURY

Garden ToolsSo. OUTBOARD MOTORSFactoryTrained Pet, Carnation, Silver Cow, 3 for .45

Mechanic

Adams at S.A.L.R.R. 215 NORTH ADAMS STREET

Crossing Phones 222-0830 223- 989 DOG FOOD 3 .25
Little Folks Store, Phone 223-0173 Penny cans .. .

Inc.

"The Capital's New Shipment White and Black
Majors for Minors"Children's ;

Furniture. Toys, CLARKMattress LADIES SNEAKERS; $1.98Made
.
Games, Hobbies pr .

Baby Accessories .Factory and I

133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 2221146F Light Weight and Regular Furniture Co. in ItalyLADIES
Concrete Blocks
Authorized Phico Dealer I SANDALS $2.98 to $3.98 '
R M Hanson, Wood and Complete Household Furniture pr. .

Hoel Ind., Inc.S. MATTRESSES RENOVATED

i! Adams St. at 4PointsTel. Cotton Mattresses _____$9.75

FEEDSFlint 222-5840 P. O. Box 661 Innerspring 622 N. Macomb St. $19.50 U. S. Keds for the Ladies, pre $3.98More

Phone 222-3883 Tallahassee


River Mills ives and Dollars

2015 S. Monroe Ph. 223-0274 Yeager, Capital Stone Co. Lives Could Be Saved .ostTo Cancer in Industry ,

Inc. Since 1908 About 00.000 men,women and chil-
cancer deprives the national -
MARBLE GRANITE dren will die in the United States Each year {
Insurance and Bonds BRONZE economy of 50,000 man-
thisear of cancer unnecessarily,
Since cancer
SUBER & JOHNSON :214 S. Adams St.-Tel. 222-4680 MEMORIALS the American Cancer Society esti years of productivity.
strikes oftenest in the later years,

.Seeds. -Fertilizer-Baby Chicks Cemetery Work of All Types mates. These 1 lives could have been of its victims are highly -.

Farm SuppliesCor. 508 W. Gaines St.-Tel. 223-0719 saved with earlier detection and many dollar It\
The
skilled personnel.
Walter F. Buchan, Mgr. of the trained,
Gaines and Woodward Sts. prompt, proper treatment loss is inestimable. The annual

Tel. 222-5960 disease. jspltal bill for cancer is estimatedto

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Wl \ COUNTY NEWS .
ThuLAri 3 1 each month at 2:00 p.m. in their
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January 31, 1963 School Board
I. new building. SUWANNEE STORE
Airman First Class, Earl F.
Martin, of Panacea, will leave Meeting MinutesJanuary
PANACEA NEWSby CRAWFORDVILLE FLA.
February 17, for a thirteen month 28, 1963 ,
Mrs. Lottie Witt tour of duty in Osan, Korea. He The Wakulla County "School LAWRENCE GLOVER, MGR.
The Wakulla County Jaycees are reports that his wife, the former Board met in regular session at
making plans for a series of fishing Mec Crum, will not be permittedto 7:00 p.m., January 28. 1I>63. The
tournaments to cover the en- accompany him. Vice Chairman, Mr. Paulk, culled
tire fishing season. Plans are not The Rev. Jim Burke and familyare the meeting to order! with the following Quantity Rights Reserved

yet complete, but there will be becoming settled here; having members present: Mr.

prizes in several categories of moved from Double Springs, Ala- Pose, and Mr. Roddenberry. Mr. SHOP we Have a Complete HERE
this sport. The Jaycees ask that bama. Rev. Burke has assumed his Crum came in later, and Mr. Paulk
anyone who will donate prizes to uties as pastor of the Panacea tend* red the Chair to Mr. Crum.
contact them. Preliminary plans'Baptist Church, and Rebecca has Moved by Mr. Paulk and see md-I LINE OF MEATS
for an advertising program beginning where she :
moIled at Sopchoppy ed b/ Mr. Posey that the Minutesof
in Match, with the tournaments s a senior. January 14 and 17th be approved STEAKS CUT TO ORDERWEEKEND
to begin April 1. Let's all as read.

give our support to this program Voting for the motion was Mr.
SOPCHOPPY NEWSThe
and create new interest i in this Paulk, Mr. Posey, and Mr. Crum. SPECIALS
sport for this area. Rev. and Mrs. Luther Mr. Roddenberry voted againstthe
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Oaks are Stokes and -their children, Paula I motion.

building a beautiful new home anOcklockonee and Jchn and Mrs. Stokes' mother Moved by Mr. Paulk and seconded u. S. Good Fresh Fork
Bay. We know they Mrs. Olander, visited the RobertRoddenberry by Mr. Roddenberry that the
will enjoy the four bedroom, two family last Thursday. Superintendent contact several RIB STEAKS Neck Bones
bath home with it's large family I Miss Annette Porter had as her counties, both small and medium

room and pier. 'guest, Sunday, Fred Strickland of size, to secure the written policiesand 25c lb.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Allen have Homestead, Fla., formerly of Ivan. procedures which they are 79c lb.

moved into their new home and 'ilu Sopchoppy School was using in the operation of the
are "partly" settled. They had as ck-ei: last Thursday and Fridayfor total school program in their respective TOMATOES DeUctoai!
a visitor their son, Charles, who a Teachers neeting. counties to be reviewedby
is taking a vacation from his job We are happy to have Rebecca this Board. FLOUR
in Korea. Burke in our school. Her father is Voting for the motion: Mr. 303 Cans

Mrs. Pete Barwick was in town the new minister of the Panacea Posey, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Rodden- 8 for $1.00 10 Ibs. $1.00Silver I II
for a few days-we understandPete Baptist Church. berry and Mr. Crum.Moved .
will join her shortly to com- Miss Jean Roberts visited Mr. by Mr. Paulk and seconded I
plete plans for moving to St. and Mrs. Jerry Hodge and familyin by Mr. Posey the Board ad- Jay Bird ;
Augustine. We surely hate to see Tallahassee over the weekend. Cow Tall Cans I

such good friends and neighborsmove Mis. Dorathy Lett and son of journ.Voting for the motion was Mr. Vienna Sausage I
MILK
away. Tallahassee visited Mrs. Lett's Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Rodden
Dr. and Mrs. North donated an mother Mrs. Carrie Ashmore last berry and Mr. Crum. 12 cans $1.00Georgia
acre of land adjoining the new Saturday.The Henry A. Crum, 7 cans $1.00 I Ii
Woman's Club building to the Wo- Rev. and Mrs. Sprague and Cha l man i
I man's Club. The county is going fumily'have returned from their C. L. Townsend, Stokley Cream Style I
t to do any necessary filling in. visit ty Welmore, Kentucky.We Superintendent 2l/ cans :
E,: Thank you, Dr. and :Mrs. North. are glad to know that Mrs. CORN :
Dr. and Mrs. North have also .:.:vi Willis has returned home PEACHES
donated! an organ to the Baptist from the Tallahassee Memorial
Church. Mrs. T. I.. Stokely will llispitul. 4 for $1.00 6 cans $1.00 !

be the organist.The The Sopchoppy Lions Club held I Io
W. M. U. meets the first their regular meeting, Monday !
Thursday of each month, at 10:00: evening, Jan. 21, at the Sopchop- HOURS: l\lon.-8-6; Tues. 8-6; 'Ved.--8-6;
o'clock. }py Cafe. According to the President Thurs.-8-12; Fri.-8-8; Sat.-8-8

I These folks who came south for George Strickland, many in-
! the winter sure did get it last i trt-.ting l things were discussed,
! week-they should feel right at I especially the subject of a City
: home. I Park.D. .
The Cancer Scwing Circle meets L. Strickland transacted business i
each Wednesday at 2:00 o'clockat 1 in Tallahassee on Wednesday.Mr. .
NOW.
the home of Mrs. Barnett to Robert Griffin of Ocklock- a full size

make cancer pads. I onee, Georgia, spent a few days at
Delman and Odell Thomas have 1 his house trailer.
recovered very well from their accident Miss!:: Lessie Pigot and Miss
which occurred about two Carolyn Tully of Medart visited in
40" PUSHBUTTON
miles west of Wilson Beach on Sopchcppy, Saturday evening.
Thursday, January 22, about 5:45 Franklin Jones returned to Chip- [
ula Junior College, after a breakin '
a.m.Mr.. and Mrs. Richard Durantare the mid term exams. He visited Y4 HI-SPEED RANGEat
completing their plans for his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
moving to Sopchoppy when the re- Jones.
mcdelling work is completed on Mrs. Florida Roberts and Mr. at a BUDGET

their home there. Everyone here and Mrs. Ralph Brown attended aneeting . ....... . .-. .
regrets their leaving. of the American Cancer ;; Price I

Hedfish have been biting real ...xetyIonday; evening in Craw- -
good at Otter Creek rise. Mr. fordville at the Florida Power fast flameless elect tic
"'i t-
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Owen caught about 25 one day last Lounge.[ r: :
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week. Rushing the season, Mr. 'cppiung for every hprn
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Mrs. Irene Vause has returned Check On Social zic >
from a visit to her mother in PUSHBUTTON CONTROLSeasy

Cocoa, Florida. She said that her Security PaymentsAccording to read easy to

children really enjoyed picking to Walter Kehoe, fruit from the trees there. Security for five exact measured
District Manager of Social -
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Metcalf of heats even when handsare
in Tallahassee, many people
Tallahassee, brought their two don't full
lose because they
sons for a week-end visit with her check money on their social security when ..v BIG 23" MASTER OVEN
Mr. and Mrs. Emory
parents
Richaddson, of Panacea. they reach retirement age. In most with wide opening door *
these people are still work- for feasts
Will Smith and George Cause ases holiday or every
went hunting so much this sea- ing and believe that they are not Y I day cooking four cakes
I son that they have forgotten about due any benefit payments unless I on one shelf or a big turkey
they are completely idle. heat broiler for
fishing-wonder if they know the even sizzling
out that this is
Kehoe pointed steaks
Reds are biting.A r :!
not true. In many cases workers j
number of the Florida Power"Company
FOUR CALROD SURFACE
over $1200 and still get Accent
I can earn ,
personnel are staying at some social security payments. The Model ? UNITS two extra high
the Panacea Courts, which is operated on for fast
without
speed
Paul amount of social security benefits O J.411 ; cooking
by Mr. and Mrs. that can be paid depends on the F flame efficiency
Schmidt. worker's exact earnings. VALUE plus economy
The dredge which is working on ONLY
the Panacea channel has run intoa Kehoe urged every person past T. FAMOUS G-E EASY-CLEAN
lot of rock, but rock or no rock retirement age, who has not applied FEATURES oven door
they are making good progress. for social security benefits, { lifts off for sink i cleaning..,
Gillie and Geneva Barwick are to come in and discuss it with the S 8 8 no-drip cooktop protect
enjoying their new grand daughter people at the social security of- 18 8 floors

Marsha Gail Spears, who was Trade
born January 18, to Gail and Mar- fice.A representative from this of-
shal Spears. fice will be at the Courthouse in
Mrs. Herman Barton is still in Crawfordville every 1st Fridayof
I, the month at 9:30 a.m. to Tully's Motor Service

reports i assist persons in filing a claim or
not ready to be released. wanting other information con-
: The Panacea Woman's Club cerning social security matters.
I meets the second Wednesday of CRAWFORDVILLE FLORIDAj
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r f Thursday increase in cigarette CRAWFORDV1LLE Notes About FS\jT r
January 31, 1963 Lung Cancer Deaths Up 1,000% smoking. At
the same time, the American Can- PERSONALSCaptain
Lung cancer has had the greatest Sports and People
cer Society points out, deaths from William S.
Schley at-
rise-more than 1,000 I per cent- SHORT STUFF: And when it

in mortality: of any noninfectious stomach cancer have shown a sharp, tended a Coast Guard Auxiliary comes to All-Opponent squads, ,

disease in the United States. The dramatic drop. The cause is un- meeting: in Miami last week. Flurida State teams are nothing j
known. Mr. George Creech, Sr. is a less than blase. Last year's FSU
,\ cause is generally attributed to the patient in the Tallahassee Me- basketball players put Auburn's

morial Hospital. Representative Layton Johns at center on their

t. Bobby Russ spent Monday in : All-Opponent squad ahead of Ohio

Jacksonville on business.Mr. State All-American Jerry Lucas.
H. F. Mills of Newport has This year's footballers selected
returned to his home after beinga Auburn
QB Jimmy Sidle over
, patient at the Tallahassee Memorial I
:Miami All-America
George Mira
O. GRAMLING & (0. Hospital. Representative Overheard from hot-dog sales-
Bobby Russ spent Monday in
man at Lexington's Memorial Coli-
Feed Seed Fertilizer Tools Jacksonville on business, seum as Kentucky basketball team
Mr. H. F. Mills of Newport has
R I began to rp: an opponent: "Hey,
1010 S. Adams i returned to his nome after beinga
get yer red-hots they're red-
2230173I patient at the Tallahassee Me- hut, just like the Wildcats" Incase
Phone morial Hospital.Mrs. .
a you missed it, we finally
+ Inez Walker attended a found out what the initials stand
I in Winter Park, Fla,
meeting
for in FSU Basketball Coach J. K.

last Saturday.Mr. (Bud) Kennedy's name: Jesse
and Mrs. George Creech, Kennard.

Jr., and children, Hal and Hank Foimer FSU Asst. Football

Graco Poultry Feeds spent last weekend in Columbus, Coach Ken Meyer, who's just takena

f eed Qa., visiting relatives.Mr. job with the University of Alabama -
Herman Rehwinkel is a
Graco Horse and Mule Feed will never forget his inter-
patient at the Tallahassee Me- view with Coach-AD Paul (Bear)

morial Hospital. Bryant: "I nut him at his motel
Hy-Speed Sweet Feed Mrs. Bobby Russ and daughters and talked to him-and was hired

forevery Janet, Ginger and Cindy spent a -while he was standing there in
few days in Montgomery and Linden
his pajamas shaving" FSU
Graco Dairy Feed Ala., visiting relatives.Mr. Uasketballer Cal Huge's brother
and Mrs. Fred Keightley
Jim was named to the All-Ameri-
Rabbit and son Gregory spent last week-
Pellets can "Academic" squad as an end
Graco Pig and Hog Feed end in Orlando. They also stoppedat
at Nebraska Former FSU
Pigeon. visit with Mr. and
Feed Apopka to
Jim was named to the All-America
Mrs. Billy Howell, former resi- baseballer Ron Fraser recently
Cotton Seed Meal Dog Foodneed Crawfordville.Mrs. ,
dents of named baseball coach at Miami
Dora Barnhill is a patientat
Fla. has time coach-
( ), spent some
Cotonseed Hulls, and Fish Pond Fertilizer the Tallahassee Memorial ing the sport in Holland and is

Hospital.The called "Mr. -Honkbal" (that's
Poultry Crawfordville Womans Club
Equipment Dutch for baseball) in the Nether-
Feed Ingredients held their regular monthly board lands. lIe was THE organizer of
Tuesday night. There
last
meeting baseball in that country.

We -invite you to .come in soon, for high quality feeds, were not enough members presentto FSU Athletic Director Vaughn

.no matter what your'need.. conduct a meeting. Mancha has about polished off his
1903 football schedule, and he's
ST. MARKS NEWS
I striving to help spot tswriters who
| Mrs. Julia Floyd and daughter
have tight deadlines on Saturday.In .
Julie, spent several days last week the past, FSU has played almost -

in Macon visiting her sister, Mr. all home games at night, but

--1It and Mrs. Tommy Roberts.Mr. Mancha wants to play 'em in

Walter Cooper is a patientat the afternoon. "There are other

General Hospital in Dothan. reasons," he says, "but I realize
,> ziaa U. S. INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX RETURN Mrs. Linnie Oliver visited in the how tough it is on a writer when
home of her daughter, Mr. and
FOR CALENDARYEAR the game isn't over until 10 or

ir bubb}* toftabc -.2 -. ..luil nl i| -.MS.-- cis M..albsK Mrs. Cajar Vause in Woodvillelast 10:30" FSU Asst. Basketball

week. Coach Joe Williams was a little
Name Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crawford
.icii PANT.u tr..leer ., late for the tipoff! Saturday night
t I. sac kit tit [of Atlanta spent the weekend at when the Seminole frosh played in

i ls ,heir lodge on the Wakulla river. Tallahassee, but he had a good rea-
Mrs. Allie Mae Roberts spent a
son: a recent electrical storm had
ew days in Old Town with her
delayed his clock. He was raking
;,l s, daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Charles leaves when he realized the thingwas

1. List your name i t Houston. Her granddaughter an hour off FSU Athletic

1m had also no income her(or.fc nt i renda returned home after a Trainer Don Fauls has been namedto

1Ywr.de isit.here. the medical staff for the Pan

!4i Mrs. Harold Blount drove to American Games this Spring in
f'.5e ; omosassa and brought her
ia+nr-do.a4td. ; Sao Paulo, Brazil.
List names of your pother, Mrs. Georgia Moore home Charles Durbin, the fellow who
ing stepchildren ai (after a visit with her daughter, drives the bus for FSU teams, has
children)with 19 B. Turner. Her
less than $600 Mr. and Mrs. L. been more than 400,000 miles in

than one-half o randdaughter Dolories, returned his duties in 15 years Pee Wee
you in 1951. f'le with them for a visit here.
I psucepa Reese, quoted in a recent issue of
D. Enter rtam* te Mrs. Lomie Lynn has returned Collegiate Baseball: "The colleges:

E. Enter tor o her home after a few days at need mote men like Danny Lit-
2. Enter you allahassee Memorial Hospital.Mr. .
nR dr ( whiler, who has done such a fine
and Mrs. Walter Ufer of
job at Florida State the past few
'arrabelle were business visitors know what it
years. These men
:: [here this week. takes to be a major leaguer and
-TAX DRAGON J. S. Cogdill spent
: Mr. and Mrs. they're the best qualified to give
he weekend in Ocala and Mrs.
top-grade instruction" Worst
3. recfvcr Cogdill attended a meeting to post- Joke of the year: New York newspaperman -
the tot: masters of that district.Mr. is working for a laundry
4. d income shy and Mrs. Steve Coggina
F MEW*' Just build up a savings in Panama while the papers are shut down.
weekend
t i rcen spent the Seems he decided to iron while the
ire ti dlO account with us so that you City visiting their son, Lt. Col. strike is hot. Argh.
pz it U ss and Mrs. Madrye Coggina and

adv can pay off all kinds of children.Mr. .
A
)
B) Cliff and Tip Maples of fiJf.fW'fffi:1t.f;: : .
taxes insurance Np
( premiums, Knoxville are spending the week y
a tuition bills, too) as here in their cottage and plan on FEET 1:!

and catching many fish. ;1'HURT'
they fall due.Member Mrs. Inez Walker spent the : CUSHIONED
weekend at Winter Park to attend INNERSOLE
I! an Advisory Council Meet if :

ing. Mr. Daniel Green, a former -t. YOU CAN WALK IN STYLE AND COMFORTjyaitl

we an/ citizen of Wakulla County, and t .IffllFPTOR (1HOES

separate Ktcd now president of C. D. T. of Leon .
a return(o County accompanied her.
I? MEN AND WOMEN
-toe's office die Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Cogdill of
with velvety-soft. air-cushioned
the td penalties the Tampa are the guest of Mr. and :%1. Innersoles and buoyant support
to Mrs. J. S. Cogdill this week. It"to; the arches For substantial -
'Mr. Lee Work, Mrs. Newell :;;i savings and expert Factory-

Ladd, Mrs. Bobbie Blount and :f t.: Fitting Service, consult:

Mrs. Essie Cogdill attended the f; lj :TOUll LOCAL KNAPP COUNSELOR:

::JA i: Crusade meeting In Craw-
L =kjI: Cancer Mrs. ::f'R.. WILIAM H. METCALF
Monday night.
fordville BOX + 24PANACEA.
F.D.I.C. Kittie Mills, Mrs. Frances Cun- i;.: ri-A.

ningham Newport also and attended Mrs. R&bineau this session.of 1 J :';\.;;;::;::::\ fl%# tth:::. .-:: .



WAKlffXjA_.COUNTY NEWS 5 Cancer Society Power President -
r
i, Thur (January 31, 1963 1,200,000 Living Cancer Cures

More than 1,200.000 living Amor- Begins SeriesThis Address Chamber :

leans habeen cured of canCTaOcon1ing is the first of a series of "Oil import restrictions add unnecessary !
American Cancer nswers to most-often-asked quesiogs I millions of dollars of
to an I
; about the health relationship I costs to the production of electricity ]
Society report: and another TOO- .f smoking and development of I throughout the eastern part of I
9'1. 000 who have had the disease are ancer. The series has been h,- the nation," said W. J. Clapp, president -
/LJJ expected to join the ranks of the ued by the Florida Division of of Florida Power Corpora- I
cured-a cure means five years free he, American Cancer Society and tion. Mr. Clapp speaking to the
disease-within the next five is reprinted in this newspaper asa Annual Banquet of the Charleston -
of the
feature of general public in-
(South Carolina) Chamber of
years. terest. Readers desiring further Commerce, went on to point out
information about cancer control that "these extra unnecessary costs
subjects are requested to send their are borne by all electric customers
Roer! Eubanks written inquiries direct to the where oil is used or where oil
state Division of the American prices govern the price of naturalgas.
is rt Gels Awaifd dancer Society, 416 Tampa Street,. In Florida, for example, these
1.' t f Cy Roger L. Eubanks of Crawford- Tampa 2, Florida. restrictions will cost the customers
L ville is entering his senior year at 1. Q. Is there any proof that of Florida Power Corporation an
the University of Florida receivedis cigarette smoking leads to estimated $1.4 million in 1963.
scholarship certificate from St. lung cancer? They are artificial, unnecessary
'! Regis Paper Company. A. Yes. Twenty-eight studies restrictions on residual fuel oil;
.iIx'a f f Johnson, manager of the have shown that a historyof they are not needed to protect domestic
,St. Regis lands and forests presented smoking is much more producers oil or coal,
the certificate to Eubanks. common among lung can- and serve only to unnecessarily increase
Eubanks (L.) Gets Scholarship Certificate Each scholarship grant carriesan cer patients than among fuel prices.
From Leslie Johnson of St. Regis annual value of $800. those without the disease. Mr. Clapp also said that the In-
Eubanki is in the school of for- Three follow-up studies have vestor-owned utility industry b
[estry. demonstrated that the death the nation's largest taxpayer, and
rate from lung cancer among each year makes a larger net capital -
I smokers is about ten times investment In new plants and
that of nonsmokers. equipment than any other indus-
Studies also indicate that
cigarette smoking is associated try.Mr.. Clapp said "Our industry
with about 75 to 80 spends more for new constructioneach
per cent of all cases of lung year, and has a total Invest-
cancer. The incidence of the ment greater than any other In-
disease increases with the dustry." In spite of this contri-
amount smoked and the bution to the American free-enter-
P y \ length of time the smoker prise economy, Mr. Clapp called
has smoked. Conversely, attention to a determined effort to
lung cancer death rates decrease replace the taxpaying electric
among those who discontinue utility' with tax-free electric util-
smoking, and the ities. "This effort," he said, "has
decrease is roughly propor- been coordinated between various
i :: tionate to the length of time Federal Government departments,
since last smoking. commissions, and bureaus, as wellas
: LIVE BETTER Microscopic examinationof the established. valley admini-
the lung tissue of cig- strations.
arette smokers shows pro- "TVA continues to advocate the
gressive cell changes of the expansion of their territory, in
type that precede 'cancer. spite of territorial restrictions puton
The degree of such changes by Congress. The Bureau of

-.- -- -- increases with the amountof Reclamation, which comes under
cigarette smoking, and the Department of the Interior,
.w diminishes if smoking is discontinued started out in the West 'originallyfor
before the development the purpose of conservation of
.. .;;. : '''. ," ''' of invasive can- water. Today 29 per cent of their
.
;: .;t. cer of the lung. appropriations are for irrigation,
.2. Q. Some cigarette companies 71 per cent for power generationand
used to advertise that their transmission. They have cOm-
TOTAL ELECTRIC. filters reduced tars and pletely abandoned their original
nicotine. Is this true? concept."
A. There is no cigarette from Mr. Clapp told his audience that
which the smoke is com- there is "increased evidence of re-
pletely fre of tar and nico- cent efforts to further centralize
/f;/ / tine. Some cigarettes do. our Federal Government in
&tfoW& however, have less tar and the form of further control, invasion
nicotine than ethers. of privacy, and erosions of
3. Q. Do Filter-tip cigarettes prevent our individual freedoms. One form
tars from reaching in which these recent efforts come
smokers' lungs? is the control of advertising and
A. Cigarette filters remove expense accounts through the rules
varying quantities, but not and regulations of the Internal
Flip, dial, switch or push a button. all, of the tars and nico. Revenue Service. This means that

Total electric living gives you more comfort, tine. Filters could be more any money spent for advertising,
convenience and leisure. efficient, and there is some or through expense accounts over
tendency in this direction. and above a certain minimum, to
Swish through a morning's wash protect, our business against po-
with your electric washing center. litical encroachment, could not be
allowed deductible item for
as a
Turn a tap for an endless supply I "
I tax purposes.
of hot water. Admire the way your home FIRST LADY SALUTESACS "Expenses of officers of inves-

stays clean with electric heating.And VOLUNTEERS"The tor-owned utilities to meetings such
cook the most delicious meals as this one," said Mr. Clapp, "will
designation of the
0 have to be filed in detail, giving
imaginable with a precisionheat year 1963 as The Year of the information as to when they occur-

electric range. Volunteer' has special significance red, where they took place what

No wonder the new homes are -for it pays honor to the subjects were discussed; and when
heart of Withoutthe these officials bring out the fact
any charity.
Medallion homes. that their subject is criticism of
It's a much nicer way to live. volunteer, money would encroachment by the Federal
not be raised, and in many Government into the power busi-
cases, clinical and office staffs ness, then their entire expensesfor
7k a7fJP 'eab'Pi./ would be unable to function. their trips will be disallowed."
I..IIII "It is," said Mr. Clapp, "sortof
:. :' FLORIDAPOWER I "The volunteer is the symbol -
[; : :I ;:....'-' of self-sacrifice that gives a Berlin Wall USA when I
am restrained from protecting the
'i!j CORPORATION vitality to a program such as investment of 25,000 average Mr.
.s";: the American Cancer who have put
Americas
i .. Society and Mrs.
'
I o.:R 'j.- a 'Iou "t -.t D 1.ICI.C cc.'PAdI
r I I) Crusade. I wish you all great their risk capital into" the Florida
w Power Corporation
success in efforts to
U 4 Make sure you live better electrically. your
gather the weapons to fight
t I R with Electric Appliances. Light for Living and conquer this dread dis
/uviuma and Full Housepower Wiring "
ease. LIFETIME POLICY
:
Mrs. John F. Kennedy

Honorary National See your doctor every year for a

Crusade Chairman thorough health checkup, no matter

American Cancer Society how well you may feel.




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WAKULLA COUNTY. N WS
V Thursday, January 31, 1963 Cancer Society Will I.
gram is designed to make more

Beverage Licensees. Meet in LakelandKey teen-agers, and parents, too, more
aware of the serious relationship
volunteers from an eight- between smoking and
Cited for ViolationsAlcoholic ,cigarette
county, west-centr"al Florida area, lung cancer. I
beverage licensees in who will be active pa.ticipants in [

Gadsden, Leon and Liberty Counties .- the 19P 3 April Educational and
are slated to face administrative Fund-Raising Crusade of the Florida -
action by the State Beverage Division of the American Cancer
Department as a result of alleged Society, will meet in Lakeland
beverage law violations.The 12:00 noon, Thursday, February 7 Hog Cholera
licensees were notified Tues-' at the Cadet Restaurant. Society
day of the pending action; and volunteers and friends are inviteto Fight Slated

according to Thomas E. Lee, Jr., attend as representatives 'from Tallahassee Commissioner
Beverage Director, hearings will Polk, Sqpiinole, Orange, Sarasota, Doyle Conner announced today a
be granted. those requesting sucb Mantee, Hillsborough Pinellas and co-operative State-Federal. program

action. Pasco. counties. .. to eradicate hog cholera in
-
Charged in Gadsden County are: The put pose of the conference Florida will get underway February
Red's One Stop Service, approximately according to volunteer" Jame::s 1. He is expecting to sign bee
ten miles south of (Jimmy) Kynes, Tallahasce, stat< fore the end of this week the nee
Quincy- one charge of selling chairman of the 11M53 Crusade; i::S essary' regulations."We '.>.>'.....
", ",,.'.:,'...
beer after hours. to show Society meml ers reasons have been waiting for th> .
Smitty's Club, Highway 90, why he fight against ancer mus(t Budget Commission to releaSEr .. k''""'.f l;,;;./ 'I
Quincy-six charges, placing an be carried on more vigorously! funds necessary to finance Flor .
unauthorized person in charge of thart ever before and how a mini. ida's share in this. important pro .-
the business; permitting two per- mum goal of $1,000.000 must braised gram" Conner said. "The com : .., :of
sons to gamble at a game of cards to expand the Society'i mission today released $147,647 (fiI1I' !,
for money or other thing of value; year-round programs of public and I which is the unexpended amount (
possession of several lottery ticketsor professional education, research I from a previous appropriation for
evidence of shares or rights ina projects and patient service. cattle fever tick eradication that 1,
lottery ticket; possession of lot- Kynes also pointed ou that more, was completed in 1961."
tery equipment consisting of run- Society volunteers will be needed Cholera is a disease of swine t\ .
.
down sheets in the back of a during the coming year to arouse which is estimated to have been .r
ledger book; permitting gambling greater public interest and awar- costing U. S. hog raisers more
activity; and possessing or permitting eness of cancer. This vicious disease than 50 million dollar annually.
someone else to possess he said, is still annually A move to eradicate it in Floridawas
whiskey, a beverage not permittedby taking the lives of more than 8,200 initiated in 1960 by a state- y.. a
the license. Floridians. For this reason, he wide committee representing all } :
-... .
Joan's Grocery, Lickskillet quar- concluded, everyone should know segments of the industry and including --.
!
ters, northwest of Quincy-four "cancers seven danger signals" in the University of Florida,
charges, possessing or permitting order to recogize symptoms that Agricultural Extension Service,
someone else to possess whiskeyand will lead to earlier detection and Experiment Station and State and Comdr. R. C. Boardman, Director Coast Guard Auxiliary
7th Coast
wine, beverages not permittedby treatment and thus save many Federal livestock regulatory of- Guard Week District will arrived Feb. 23 to attend the Florida Ya.chtsme
the license. lives that might otherwise be lost. ficials. of the opening Big Bend on that Division.date according to Capt W. S. Schley, commander I
Those charged in Leon Countyare More than 275,000 students, at- This and other activity by "national Marks Yacht Club in conjunction The week with is other being sponsored by The St.
schools in eleven central, the State. Yachtsmen throughtout
: tending organizations resulted finally Cooperating with Commodore
Harold Becklin
of
the Club
Capital City Cold Storage, Inc., westcoast Florida counties will in approval by Congress last are Defense Coast Unit.Guard Auxiliary units, Red Cross organizations and Civil
1100 South Adams Street, Tallahassee hear and see a televised educational year for the U. S. Department of .
-three charges of selling program which poses:: the ques- Agriculture to cooperat with the
beer to minors. tion "Is Smoking Worth It?". various states in a program to
Mike's Texaco Service Station, I The presentation is being conducted wipe out hog cholera from the
556 W. Tennessee Street, Tallah-I through joint efforts of American U.S.
hassee-one charge of selling beerto I Cancer Society County Units
a minor. and school physical educational d e-
Those charged in Liberty Countyare partments. This special 25 minute
: program will be televised by station -
Grantham's Recreation Hall, WEDU-TV (Channel 3)

Hosford six charges, selling Tampa-St. Petersburg. Coverage 1961 CHEVROLET VB
,
whiskey, a beverage not permittedby extends into surrounding counties .and Heater, $ 1 695
the license; selling whiskey in including: Hillsborough, Pinellas, SPECIALS.Automatic. Transmission, Real
which has voted againstthe Manatee Sarasota, Polk, Hardee,
a county Clean 1 Owner
..
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sale of intoxicating beverages; Highlands, Hernando, Pasco, Lake h.
and possession of whiskey, with and Citrus.
'
intent to sell or dispose of unlaw- Ray Graves, Athletic Director 54 Pontiac 195 .
fully, in a county which has voted and Head Coach of the Univer- 4-door
against the sale of intoxicating sity of Florida, will appear on the
beverages.Ed program emphasising the importance -
and Bernice's Fish Camp, of physical fitness. The 1955 RAMBLER, 4 door Station $395
formerly Lane's Place, State Road Coach commented, "Health and '57 Plym't $195 Wagon _
20, nine miles east of Hosfordsix fitness are used in combination to V8'S6
charges, selling whiskey, a indicate that sound health and
beverage not permitted by the license good health habits are necessaryto
; possessing or permitting total fitness. Intelligence and
someone else to possess whiskey; skill can only function at the peakof Olds 145
1959 FORD Fairlane V8 Radio
and possession of whiskey, with intent their capacity when the body is 2-door and Heater, Straight. Trans- S99

to sell or dispose of unlaw- healthy and strong." He will urge mission __ _______. __ ________...___
fully, in a county which has voted the: youthful audience to build
against the sale of intoxicating ;. I good, strong, healthy bodies and
beverages. I minds by formirfg good health. 245
55 Pontiac
Joe's Place, Hosford eight: habits now.
4-door 1959 BUICK Invicta, 4 door,
charges of selling whiskey, a To accommodate class meeting Hard Top, Radio'and Heater,
beverage not permitted by the license periods of all schools, WEDU has Automatic Power Steering, S 395

; possessing or permitting an,anged a staggered broacast time Power Brakes ----_- _------__. ____
someone else to possess whiskey; schedule and will repeat the
. and possession of whiskey, with intent special telecast on four Fridays.The .
to sell or dispose of unlawfully first telecast will be Friday,
. in a county which has voted in February 1st, 10:00 a.m. Suc-

a county which has voted againstthe ceeding telecasts are scheduledfor 1957 PLYMOUTH, V8, 4 Door,
sale of intoxicating beverages. : : February 15th, 10:45 a.m. 8 FORD 6 Passenger Station Wagon, $64
February 22nd, 1:25 p.m., March 5595 Automatic Transmision, Radio
6 cy I. 2-door, radio,
1st, 2:45 p.m. heater, come see it and Heater, only ..- .- -
A special evening showing is won't last long at
I scheduled for February 1st at

7:30 p.m. for adult viewing.
Jaycees Take Part Invitations for participation in

In the far-reaching project have been
ScholarshipsThe extended to private and parochial

regular meeting ofVa- schools as well as the Colleges in 51FORD 57Bukk
kulla County Junior Chamber of the listening area. Physical Ed-

Commerce was held Thursday, ucation Instructors and Health Coordinators V8, 4-door station 5495 4-door, radio, heater, 5595
January 17, at the courthouse.The have been furnished wagon, heater, automatic automatic transmission,
Jaycees voted to take partin guides answering the most-often- transmission one owner. Old but not
Don't let this low abused. Good running.
the State Scholarship Awards asked questions about .cigarette price fool you.
for the third straight year. smoking and Lung Cancer, and an
The Florida development commission educational pamphlet, "Shall I
designated the Wakulla Smoke?" has been provided for
Jaycees as offic al "welcome vis each student in 5th through 12th
itor" delegates in their current grades. Materials have been distributed ALFORD CHEVROLET
tourist promotion campaign. to the schools by volun-

President Halley appointed a 1 teers of the American Cancer
committee to coordinate the Wa Society. -
kulla Fishing" Tournament starting A spokesman for the American 37 Years Of Fulfilling Your Automotive NeedsL

' in April. 4 ancer said that the. special pro-



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