Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Second of Series Don Fuqua MC C'ville Womans Club

On Cancer Names AppointeesCongressman 'tirI
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This is the second of a aeries 01 Don Fuqua this

,.. answers to most-often-asked. questions week annuonced his nominationsor '' Scholarship Fund
about the health relation- the military service academic r s I

ihip of smoking and development Named as principal appoint-
of cancer. The aeries has been issued rent to the U. S. Air Force Acadeny .. tj
by the Florida Division of in Colorado was Richard Wil- Plans UnderwayThe

the American, Cancer Society and iam Litwhiler son of Mr. andrs. !

is reprinted' in this newspaper as a Danny Litwhiler of Tails! -j ,, ,
feature if general public interest First alternate appointent -
iassee. Crawfornvi11eVomans Club held its regular.month/_ !
.. Headers desiring further Inform to the Air Academy is John
tion about cancer control subject Wayland White-Ill, son of Mr. 1.4 i meeting Tuesday night at the Clubhouse.. _
are requested to send their writ- and- Mrs. John W. White Jr. ofa1lahassee. ,A discussion and vote was taken on the establishing a

.ten inquiries direct to the state Charles Edward ib i Scholarship Fund for a student who has a desire. for higher.
Division of the American Cancer Wells Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. C. : 2 education. '
Society, 416 Tampa Street, Tampa E. Wells of Perry, was named
2, Florida. econd alternate. : 3- j tY The club voted to establish the fund ami Ht the goal of

1. Q. What is the rela.tIonehlpbetween ; Robert Armin Frank, son of Dr. $300.00 before it would be released.

smoking and cancer of and Mrs. A. R. Frank of Marian- i. The fund was set up with an -, ._- .
the lip, mouth and upper respiratory -' na, was named principal appointeeo :initial amount of $25.00 from the Coast Guard
tract? the U. S. Military Academy at club and an assessment from each
A. Cigarette smokers' death West Point, N. Y. club member of $1.00 dollar. To Patrol -

rates from cancer of the upper Clark Peat Crapps, son of Mr. Projects are underway' to raise!

respiratory tract (lip, tongue; and Mrs. Crapps Jr., of Live Oak, .. i the amount to $300.00 as soon as Lake TalquinU.

mouth, pharynx, larynx andesop was named principal appointee to r I possible. S. Coast Guard announce
phagus) were seven' times that of the Naval Academy at Annapolis,, Anyone wishing to contribute to the Ochlocknee River to Jackson

nonsmokers in the American Can- Md. the fund may do so by contacting Bluff Dam and Lake Talquin are
cer Society study of '185,000 men Named as Congressional 'nominees the President Mary Lou Gaby or navigable waters of the United

between ages 50 and 69. Pipe and to the U. S.: Merchant Marine Mrs. George Walker.In State and that all motorboats
cigar smokers had death rates from Academy were: Gregory Leo-Hig- other club action it was votedto there
Barbara operating on are subject to
Kittrell, Sue Whitfield, and Jernigaa wer
Janet Rasa Sandra Dykes. Margaret .
these diseases about four times as; whose mother is from Green- Left t oright
gins, contestants for the title of FFA Sweetheart at a meeting last week. The queen was chosen by the mem give the Crawfordville School Federal laws.
high as nonsmokers. woo; Levon McCormick Chatta- bers of the chapter. Janet Ross was named at the completion of the talent and beauty show. Band $25.00 toward the purchaseof Commander William T. Corfield
2. Q. Does smoking contribute hoochee; William Johnson, Talla- i music. Officer in Charge Marine Inspec-

to any fatal diseases besides lung hassee; Arthur Eugene Preacher., k Mt Also a committee composed of tion, Tampa, Florida, made the announcement .
and respiratory ea sera? Bristol Kenneth Roberts, Tallahassee ; +
upper ; Helen Harvey, Inna Welch Aileen on Sunday afternoon,
A. There are increasing indications ; Bobby Shingles, Tallahassee cs 1.t Posey, and Virginia Keightely to February 3, before a group of local
that smoking contributes bother ; David King, Jasper; Tom- meet with the Panacea Wpmans residents, Fish Camp operators,
causes of death: Heart and i my Pumphrey, Marianna; and 1k Club to discuss means of enter- Mr. Thomas- Maxwell, Chairman
vascular diseases, ulcers of the< Jack Glenn Davis, Madison. tainment and recreation for the Board of County Commissioners
stomach and duodenum, emphysema The young men named to the teen-agers the communities. Gadsden County and Messers M.
cancers of the bladder Merchant Marine list will- take a Present at Tuesday's meetingwere H. Whisenhunt Regional Managerand

and prostate. competitive examination to gain 4k : Mrs. Mary Lou Gaby, | Robert Lancroft, Sr. informa-
3. Q. What is the connection be- admission from a list of nominees president, Mrs. Irma .}Vekh, treas- tion and education officer Florida
tween smoking and heart disease submitted by all of the Florida urer, Mrs. Annie Posey, Mrs. Bob- Game and Fresh water fish Commission -
A. Death rates of cigarette Congressmen. M' 9 by Posey, Mrs. Inez Walker, Mrs. assembled at tide Wild

smokers from coronary heart disease -- : Daisy Creech, Mrs. George Ne- Fish Camp Lake Talquin.
are at least double that of] smith, Mrs. Eugene Raker, Mrs.' The Commander stated the Coast
nonsmokers. A possible cause/ od.I Keating Heads Lt : Bobby Harvey, Mrs., Bruce Al-i Guard would enforce the Naviga-
eorol1&ryI &
this greater incidence of : ford Mrs. Maragret Taylor, Mrs.] tion and Vessel Inspection lawson
heart disease is vasospasm, or constriction Beverage Dept. I Virginia Kfightley. j the River and Lake. He made
: of arteries, cause by In a brief, ceremony Thursdayin > particular reference to the Motorboat .
I nicotine inhaled in cigarette smoke; Tallahassee, Chief Supreme I Act of April 25, 1940, which
_ .: .,' which means that, the arteries carry Court Justice B. K. Roberts administered 4 4V.I Patricia Rhodes requires specific lifesaving equipment
.E I I less blood to the heart, thus the oath of office to WV it 11 r to be carried on all motor-
damaging heart tissue. new State Beverage Director Rich- j t t SmithMrs. boats while they are being operatedon

4. Q. What is the connection be- ard B. Keating. .4 ; k ____ _st __ the navigable waters of the
smoking and ulcers Patricia Rhodes Smith, 38,
tween United States
Keating replaced Thomas E.
- A. Death rates from duodenaland Lee Jr., as head of the depart- ,. wife Smith oT Julian presidentof V. Coast Guard Publications en-
gastric ulcers are significantly ment when Lee resigned to- accepta 8 A.p I the Industrial titled Rules of the Road, form CG-

higher among cigarette Smoking smokers circuit judgeship in Miami. s +t .t i '.rit Saving Bank of 69: and Pleasure Craft form CG-
than among nonsmokers. Governor Farris Bryant attended 1 tq. Tall ahssee. 290 were distributed to all in at-
has an adverse effect on the heal- the ceremony welcoming Keat- I died at her home tendance. In addition to describing

ing of ulcers.Kiwanis. ing into the department. Bryant f Yi4 P r Monday night after I the equipment required by law
said in making-his selection for I a cerebral J he outlined the functions of the

Lee's replacement he included a (' r 1 rt v hemorrhage. She : Mobile Boarding teams with par-

PresidentTo quality in his requirements that I r- ,;,>..:.... had not been ill i ticular reference to the fact they
Lee had displayed often during his Funeral services were held at 3 could be expected to make an unannounced
In Area ,
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Speak 25-month tenure. This he described A SJ1'hunting scene such; as | the one pictured above always hold interest of the nimrod. This picture Coor p.m. Wednesday, at St. Pauls visit in the early spring.In .
Merle Tucker, president of as "fortitude." tesy of Florida Game _and Fresh Water Fish Commission. I Methodist Church with the Rev. an question and answer session
Kiwanis International, will ad- After taking his oath of office, Dr., Melton Ware officiating. at the close of the meeting the
o,, dress a joint meeting of the Keating commended his predecessor Relatives Attend Drivers Picked Homestead And Mrs. Smith was born in Wood- Commander stated all required
North Florida and South Georgia ville. She equipment could be removed from
for an outstanding job and was graduated from
Kiawanis Clubs Thursday, Feb- noted that Lee's "elevation to the Funeral Services For Sebrjng Personal Property Leon High School in 1940 and was the boats when they were not In

ruary 7th, 1963, in Tallahassee. bench is indeed an appropriate and Attending the funeral services Sebring, Florida As ton- Should Queen of the May Court that year. use. That boarding teams would
Mr. Tucker, who was elected president well deserved reward." for Air. It. L. itoddenberry were Martin one of the top names in Be Filed She attended Florida State Univer- not inspect boats tied to their

of the International Organization "As I approach this new under- out-of-town relatives: Robert .S. the history of British racing car; E. C. Ferrell Jr., Tax Assesso! sity and was a memberof AlphaDelta moorings or on trailers lie was
this past June, is also chair taking," Keating said, "I have no O Roddenberry, Sr." and Robert S. heads the spectacular list of en- of Wakulla county stated today Pi sorority.She most positive in telling Fish
.man of the new Mexico State ilusions about the difficulties involved Roddenbeny Jr., of Moultrie, Ga.; tries in the internationally famous that citizens of the county should was appointed to the Flor- Camp operators it was their re-
Park Commission. In his bus! in the directorship and in Julien Roddenberry and Fred Rod 12 hour endurance race here at file their Homestead Exemptionand ida Children's Commission in 1960 sponsibility in seeing that their

ness life he owns and operates the: responsibilities of the Beverace denberry of Cairo, Ga.; Mrs. Ruth Sebring March 23rd 1963 takingfor Personal Property now. by Gov. LeRoy Collins. rental boats were equiped according -
radio station KGAK Gallup. New Department as a whole. bishop of Jacksonville, Fla.; Mrs. their choice of world championroad Ferrell said that the dead line She was a member of the Junior to law when they left the fa-
Mexico. This*station bas been the "We are charged with the en- Leila Sutton and Mr. and Mrs. racing drivers at their disposal for filing will be March 31. League of Tallahassee, Trinity cility. There would be no obJec-
receJ lent of the Alfred L Dupont orcement of laws at times difficult Julius: Core and son, Joel of Bruce McLaren, New Zealand He also said that owners of Methodist Church and was pres- tion to the renter furnishing his
and George Foster Peabody awardsfor to enforce and the collection Fernandina Beach Fla.; Mr. and ace, picked by the F. I. A.,, trailers should either buy a trailer ently serving as treasurer of the own life saving equipment.The .
meritorious service to, the 1 world governing body of auto tag from the law defines the equipmentto
I, >f taxes at times difficult to col-I Mrs. Mark Regnier of Corpus ( Tax Collector or Kate Sullivan PTA.
public.A ect. But these laws must be en- Christi, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. racing) as one of the top eighteen turn it in on the Personal Property In addition to her husband Mrs. be carried there are no exceptions -
large delegation of Kiwanian's ol"ced-and they will be," he de- Omar Allen and son, Omar L. and drivers on the road racing circuitsof return. Smith is survived by a daughter the provisions of the Motor-
are expected from all over this lared. Miss Susie Allen' of Tallahassee the,world. Ferrell said that he would announce Donna Patricia Norton; two sons, boat Act are mandatory requir-
to attend the banquet in Mr. McLaren's col driver, if there is his menU and must be complied with{
area The new director added that he Fla.; Mrs. Ora Harper Judge schedule: for taking re- Julian Vereen Smith Jr., and Fin-
Tucker's honor at the Suwanee s anxious to accept the challenge: George ,Harper and wife. Clifton I to be one, (as this :years' regula- turns in the various precincts of cher Williams Smith; her mother by everyone alike.
Room, Florida State University. waiting him and promised to give Harper and Ray Harper of Craw-tions do not require a relief the county at a later date. and father, Mr. and Mrs. I. Fin-

: Visitors from outside Tallahassee 'the best that's in me." fordville, Fla.; Judge Eldon Mc- river) has as..yet, not been cher Williams of Waycroes, Ga.;; Local Worker
.. are urged to enter the University Keating is* a 34-year-old at- Leod of Apalachicola, Fla.; Mr. named. a brother, Emmett W. Rhodes of
; gates from Call Street where they rney with a present law practice and Mrs. L. P. Rivers of Tallahassee John Surtees England one time Panacea ManCompletes Tallahassee; and numerous other Attends Workshop
: will have access to three parking n Orlando. Fla.; Alfred Roddenberry and international motorcycle driving relatives
areas. son of Tallahassee Fla.; Jack champ and now also one of the top CoursePOPE Active pallbearers were WrightP. AVON PARK FLA/ Miss Mercedes

Arrangements for the affair are Se ones of 'Madison, Fla.; Roland 18 drivers of the world will bewith AFB N.C. Staff Sergeant Still, H. C. Satterfield, Glenn Murphy, Mental HeaHh
1 under the direction of Florida Lt. *" 1 Schoelles of Apalachicola, Fla. the Ferrari factory team Thomas E. Reynolds of Pan-- Sears Jr., Frank W. Pepper, FredE. Worker for the Jefferson-WalntHa

j Governor Hilmar Skafield of Tallahassee METHODIST SERVICES Mrs. Zelma Pararo of Tallahassee, entry with their effort to again. acea, Fla., has graduated from a Deeb, James C. Gwynn', John I County Health Department., attended
and the two TaUahasee. Richard Sprague Afrm'tfer Fla." Mrs. Nat Roddenberry of take'back to Modena, I ta1)the J. Teague J. M. Lee r. I the Sixth Annual Workshop -
; special supervisor
: Kiwanis Clubs. CRAWFORDVILLE : coveted Alitalia Airlines Trophy. e on Alcoholism for Alumni
Lula Colemanof
Fla. Mrs.
Havana ; conducted for
personnel of the
and 3rd Sundays 11 a.m. road fans of the Southeastern, Yale and
1st United States racing
Panacea Fla. Mrs. Mary Taylor -
; Tactical Air Command here. Rutgers Schools
and 7:30 p.m. and of Panacea, Fla. will see Bob Holburt of Warrington Gilbert Gowdy of Alcohol Study,
i H. B Limbaugh Sr. daughter. Sergeant Reynolds received instruction at the
I Florida Alcoholic Rehabflf-
2nd and 4th Sundays, 9:30 a.m. "Uncle Bob" be was affectionately Pennsylvania in a Porsche,
as in
I Homer B. Limbaugh Sr., 65, Prayer meeting Wed. 7:30 p.m. called by the community;Holburt is rated by international and the techniques of supervision Name To Board tation Center here January 1112.
his home Feb. 1 in procedures. Miss Murphy is an alumna of
died at Friday ofthe
automotive magazines as one
will be missed by all
greatly especially The sergeant, an air policemanhere GovernorGovernor | the Southeastern School of Al-
I Wakulla County, after an extended SOPCHOPPY: in the Methodist church five best drivers of the world. By
is a graduate of Sopchoppy cohol
I illness. and 4th Sundays, 11 a.m.and of Farris Bryant an Studies, a school designed
I 2nd where he was a beloved and active Bruce Jennings Towson.. Maryland (Fla.) High SchooL He is the
\ Funeral services held Sun- nuonced the appointment of Gilbert professional persons andeommunity -
were 7:30 p.m. member until the Sunday before another top United State
of Mr
up son and Mrs. Tommie E.
day at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist i 1st and 3rd Sundays. 9:30a.m. he went to be with his Porsche driver will also be onhand Gowdy to the Wakulla County leaders interested In the'
Reynolds, Panacea. His wife is
Church in Crawfordville.. with I meeting'Wed 7:30 Board of Public Instruction to fill problems of alcoholism.
Prayer pan. Father. in a Porsche factory entry. -
Heavenly the former Annie R. Lathan of
the Rev. S. A. Coxwell, officiating Even with advance ticket reservation the unexpired term of the late The annual Workshop Alcoholism
Hoffman N. c.. review
is .,
... assisted by Truman Gray Burial Services in both churches every sales running far above lastears' Revadee Spears.Meeting designed to -
was In'the Crawfordville Ceme- Fla Sunday, times. to be annuonced., Tag Deadline figure there are still some rent trends and research and
bring alumni up to date on important
I tery.He was a native of Starke and I. i., '" -. ,;- ._' February 20 boice available.Seats' For and information parking spaces write PTA MeetingTuesday Set happening (a the field of
alcoholism. The Florida Alcoholic
t was employed by the..Florida Fbr- J. M. Gwin, Tax Collector stated utomobile Racing Club of Flor- Night In Courthouse
Rehabilitation Program is the
est Service. Fish. Fry AtSopchoppy today that his office would be open ida, P. O. Box 71. Sebring Flor Crawfordville PTA will hold its
f He is survived by his widow, I : until noon 'on Saturday for those da. regular monthly meeting Tuesday I' 4 Rural Area Development Committee state agency charged with working
toward control and prevention of
will be
Meeting held. at
< Johnnie Limbaugh: three sons and who wish to purchase Auto tags. night at 7:30 p.m.
I alcoholism in Florida.
t one daughter; his mother, Mrs.T. A Fish Fry will be held at the Gwin said Tag deadline is Feb Guide me in thy truth and President O. E. Hendrickson 7:30( p-m. Feb. 14 in the County

N,. Limbaugh of Lakeland; and one 'Jopchoppy Womans Club on Saturday ruary 20th and no extension will teach me.Psalms 25:5). urges all members to attend as Courthouse.
; brother, Thomas, of 'Lake land. February 9th. 'Serving will be allowed according to Gov. Bry- there will be important business Representatives from all organized -
Members of his Bible Class ; ant. God is with us in every de- groups in the county will participate. -
begin at 5:00. o'clock $1.00 discussed.: _
p.m. cision we make; His wisdomis i "Children are what parents
All vehicles the
. 1 served'as pallbearers. adults, 50 cents children. Eevry- must display mold ti them small wonder that
: attend. ;
1963 Florida after this date. there to guide and directus L. D. Taylor urges all to
1 t 't"t. .- oDe Invited. tag if we but seek it through NIf'you feel neglected think I parents scold. them.. "
..... prayer.
I i of Whistler1 father."

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Thursday, 7,1963WAKULLA I 2238 South Monroe Minutes Hot Soup For Box Lunches I" SUWANNEE STORE

MeaaDd Boys_Haircuts February 4, 1963

COUNTY sioners of Wakulla County met I .
this date in Crawfordville with LAWRENCE GLOVER, MGR.

telephone WAlnut 6.3301 the following: present: r Quantity Rights Reserved

J. D. Turner Chairman; Wil : -
e l lard Carter vice-chairman: Sam SHOP
FOR SALE 19-inch Admiral We Have HER
Smith and Ralph Strickland, com a Complete :,

Virginia Keightley __ __ ., L.. Edito T.V. in. large beautiful cabinet missioners; Carmel Pelt, Road .
with radio and automatic J. H. Hudson .
Superintendent; LINE OF MEATS
,; record changer. Cheap for County Attorney and Moody "

Cash, E. G. Hammick,Box I1p Pearce, Clerk Circuit Court.

Entered at Crawfordville.. Florida, Crawfordville,... Phone WA- Minutes of the last meeting were e STEAKS CUT TO ORDER

63384. < read and approved.Dr. :,Vh WEEK-END SPECIALS -
as second class, matter. Subscription Van Horn appeared before

rate: $3.00 per year. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE the board and presented the fol.
'I'IIf SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE I lowing names as eligibles for the
WAKULLA COUNTY. IN CHANCERYB clerks job in local health depart-
P. INCORPORATED ft ) and '
Mrs. Carmen Begley
) ment:
corporation ROAST : STEAK
You Need. t' lnUfI. > No. Mrs. Hilda Stewart.CLERKTYPISTS. .' .
YII. )
Office Supplies SARA CLYDEAN BROCK ) HEALTH DEPARTMENT 75c lb. 69c Ib:
Business Machines wit-belendaDb.. : See ''': I
Office FurnitureSee NOTICE OF SUIT
To: JOHN WILLIAM BROCK' and On the Motion of Commissioner
or Call Carter Mrs. Hilda Stewart was
wile whose residence: it unknown
: hired as clerk-typist for the Wa- BAMA APPLEJELLY
RANEY WHALEYat You are aertby required to-file your STEWI
written defense if any. in the above kulla County Health Departmenton
proceedings in this Court and serve a Commissioner
the second of .
of the ueof
copy the same upon attorneysfor
the plaintiff on or .before the 4th Strickland. ,J 59c Ib.
day of March'MO.. the nature of .
CAPITAL OFFICEEQUIPMENT which proceedings being a suit to The following delegation, Alfred 18 25c
oz .
CO. foreclose a mortgage from: John William Mr.
Namon Spears
Brock and Sara Clydean Brock
319 South Adama St. his wife Inc.to, Bevis corporation Construction, said snort CompanyA and Mrs. Wooden, Mr. and Mrs. ,M! 1m ,
Corner E. Pensacola ase being dated December X 1858. Clarence Anderson Buck Miller ,
Lunch box carriers come in all They travel to schools
and recorded in Mortgage Book 2.: on ages. ,
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA pace 113. of the public records of Wa- and Dan Miller from Billiard to factcr'es, to offices. In 40% of all homes someone carries
\\ kuua County. Florida and encumbering j' ville appeared before the Board in a lunch at least every other weekday. 20% of those are carried SEED Blue Tag
and the being following In WakuUa property County situate Florida & lying -- protest of the closing of the partof by youngsters (up .to 13). 11% by teenagers 15% by women, PURE LARD
to-wlt: the Old Hilliardville to Craw. and 54% by men. To keep all these folks happy, to keep lunch POTATOES /
Lot No. 11. Block 22. of the
high in nutritional standards, many homemakers depend on
Nora Housed" east unit of Panacea<< MineralSprints fordville Road. hot from bottle. Regardless of varied food '
FOR SALE --' Nice Property Inc.. as perplat soup a vacuum No.5Jug39cHOURS
Well. Kitchen off same record in Plat The Board approved the vouches likes, there's a kind of canned condensed soup to fit all tastes Peck 75c
Basement Furnished,, \Deep $4950. Real the Book Public No. 1:Records Pace' five.of Wa5ku1L before them and directed that and it provides the hot element' so necessary to good meal

.' FloridA. be issued in payment planning.
Easy Terms. R. Waltball, D ONE and OftDERCD>> at CrawrtordviDe. warrants Vegetable beef, beef noodle or beef soup make meals richerin : Mon,-8-6 Tues8.6
Fla. FiorWa. thu' fth day of therefor-and there being no fur protein. If lunch is low in vegetables one of the vegetable- ; ; Wed,-8-6;
PO Box 187 Sopchoppy February. MOODY PEARCE ther business coming to the attention rich soups may be added. Soups prepared with milk improvein .- Thurs.--S-12; Fri-8-8; Sat.-8-8 '
> Clerk of the Circuit Cqurt of the Board the same nutritional value, help increase milk intake for children or
,By Jerry Pearce the motion of adults. Soup and sandwiches have been hailed as America's
Deputy Clerk adjourned on
GIBBONS GraBQN.*. TUCKER was favorite lunch. This team makes a well balanced meal, and
COFEK T Commissioner Smith. an easy one to tote for lunch. The soup and sandwich meal
,Attorneys First National for P1&iaWtIII Bank. Bldg. ATTST: Moody Pearce stands complete with a dessert of cookies, cake or fruit.
'Tampa 2. Florida APPROVED: J. D. Turner, BEAN POT SOUP
I Feb. 7-14-21-28 Chairman Lightly brown 1 frankfurter thinly sliced in 1 tablespoon Cyom TALLAHASSEE THEATRES
NOTICE OF SALE butter or margarine. Add 1 can (HVi ounces) condensed bean
To: Jessie A. Carter. ,Purchaser with bacon soup and 1 soup can water. Heat stirring now and
Box 23Panacea.. Flori4aYou then. Pour into wide mouth vacuum bottle which has been FLORIDA S'K'ATENow '
are hereby notified that the rinsed in hot water. Makes 2 to 3 servings.
,following motorvehicle: .
1W7 Ford 2 dr
learn the
tOHtRlTt I Serial No. B7DG123402 "How can I ever
!., will be sold at public sale at 3:00 p.m. value of.a dollar when all I Showing Showing
o'clock on the 12th day of February. "
Adams Standard station get for an allowance is 2517""It's
gewloJ Fla. The proceeds of
the sale will be applied to the pay Stewart Granger
ment of the cost of retaking storing Tony Curtis
I and sale of said motor and the
cost of publication of notice of sale a smart politician who
CLASSIFIEDFOR and then to the satisfaction of the Susanne Pleshette Pier Angell
of out
the note
balance due under the contract cover can-keep envy
SALE-Lot 123, Block 9, tag the financing of will motor vehicle. of his voice while accusinghis Highway Patrol Says SmallErrors

Panacea Park, Panacea, Fla. I you.and Any you surplus will remain liable be paid for any to opponent of fooling the '40 Pounds of "SODOM AndTrouble"

Contact Mrs. Minnie Lee Mc- balance contract.remaining 'unpaid under. said public."-B. J.,Dahl, Chewe- Cause Big WrecksTALLAHASSEE

.Call., Cario, Georgia. ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT CORPORATION lah (Wash.) Independent. GOhiORRAH"BERRY

By: Ray W. Koke. Collection Manager The Florida Highway Patrol warns that violatingwhat
N. Monroe St.
Tallahassee. Fla. might seem a minor traffic ,safety rule can often result in a
Rs BflBflB B B n B B B B BlB n Bl
Classified major accident. HIGHWAY
,-- ,- -- DRIVE-HI
"Such violations in the past have caused the loss of life many
FOR SALE-=Boat, 25-foot Cabin, injuries and great property damage" says the'patrol. OUTDOOR OH WOODVILLE HWY.
.Cru er, New Motor. Real TROOPER BILL'S'Highway For instance, the patrol emphasizes that it is against the law to BHi HMOMBBj
Cheap. Contact Jud a Harper leave an alleyway or a driveway without coming to a stop before
Crawfordville, TeL Office PhilosophyThere's crossing the sidewalk or any other walkway. Friday and Saturday Tonight thru Saturday
W A.+3351. Residence WA 6- Opening the left door while a vehicle is in motion can cause a
1211.BABYSITTING. .. major accident 1Ul1 motorists should give some indication as to their Showing 7:25 Showing 7:25
more to driving than getting behind the wheel and .point- Intention before doing so. 'Bride of the Beast'
ing the machine. Think, too. Coasting downhill by putting your car in neutral is a dangerous Jackie Gleason
practice. At 8:50 "THE HUSTLER"

Perfection is not attained by doing over mistakes. Parking lights are not to be used as driving lights at any time "Bride of Dracula"
Will care for' when headlights are required. Parking lights are for parking, says Plus Co-Hit 9:50

o small children in my home for| Carbon monoxide is a real killer. Allow a U'1Ue'fresh air to get the patrol. At 10:15 Weld"BACHELOR
working mothers, daytime into_ your auto when you drive. "While these are just a few of the rules which many of us forget "BRIDE OF THE Tuesday
evenings by appointment. MrsJJack : ignore or consider minor violations when broken they contribute a
great deal to injury or death causing accidents which: many people lIONSTER"FLAT"
Solomon Crawfordville,! Were you born this month? Time to renew your driver's license. declared.
write off as accidents that just happen the patrol
Florida. .
If lot of modern people face right up to a crisis. AFTER taking a

Dill. .

In this modem age of super-highways and spinning wheels, the .
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Dr. Sayre is in. the Veterans 1 .
by Eva CosperWe Hospital in Lakeland, Florida Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speergeon All "A" Honor:' Rail "In politics, if it's against for February 7,1981
"Political platforms are
regret that the home Mrs. Barbara Jernigan, Angie Evans. you it's a machine. If it's for
and Sayre is her
visiting daughter lave returned to their home in to stand on and the ."The biggest trouble with
possessions of the Floyd Gray in Jasper, Florida Lake "A" Average :you, it's an organization one party '
near Cnozville after spending the win- John L. Teets, Richwood other to jump on.-Fred W. political promises is that they
of Medart
family was land. John Taylor.
completely We alLwisb a speedy recovery er here in their trailer. Grown Edgewater( N. J.) go in one year and out the
(West Va.) Nicholas ,
destroyed by fire. They will havea for Dr. Sayre. Mr. and Mrs. George Walker "B" Average Bergen Citizen. other."-Lockwood Phillips,
new home, thanks to Commodore Mr. First Grade Bobby Duggar,
Bobby Bullock, of Panama ind grandson Hank Creech of can."A Morehead City (N. C.) News-
Ueatty, and Clayton Taff, who are City, Inspector for the U. S. Corpsof Jrawfordville spent the weekend Bill Moore, Larry Taylor, Karen space trip would be a "Luna Butler may get twiceas Times. .

donating the timber, and to Walter Engineers tells us that workon is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Porter, Deanne Jo Whaley, George/ bad one for politicians. They.. many votes as his oppo-

Tully, who will cut it. The Graysare the channel progressing very )wens in Chipley. Harper, Jan Harper, Sherry Mc- wouldn't be able to throw their nents. He's the only candi- "A lot of political candi-

badly in need of household favorably and that the dredgingwill Mr. and MrsT Steve Coggins bad Alpin, Sara Beth Morrison, Terry weight around.."-W.H.Gold- date with window cards. dates who are 'standing on

roods of all kinds, and paitic- be completed in a week to ten is their weekend guest, Mr. and Nazworth, Carol Pelt Barbara thorpe, Cuba City (Mo.) Tri- printed on both sides.. their records' are defying the

ularly large cooking utensils .also days. We'll be glad that our Mrs. Earl Linton, Mr. and Mrs. ,Spears, Johnny Stevens, Larry County Press. Louis Nelson Bowman, King' law of gravity.-Frieda J.

clothing for children of all ages. channel is finished, but we will lonnie Manley and daughter of Wetherington, Ricky Sarvis. City (Mo.) Tri-County News. Monger, Duluth (Minn.) Pub-

I Your help will be greatly appreciated. surely miss the men of the dredging amps; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lintonnd III Second grade-Linda Deal, Mar licity.

I crew. Mrs. Eddie Long of Orlando; aha Jernigan, Debbie Mathers,

Gus Brumby is home from the Mrs. Fairer, of Faiver's Lob- ind Mrs. Oscar Erwing and Miss Dariynn Nazworth, Betsy Smith,, .

hospital, but is still very ill. Hope ster House and Lounge, at the Fony Hewitt of Carrabelle. Pat Fagan, Tony Green, Louise THURSDAY- DAY-SATURDAY

you will soon feel well enoughto bridge, is in Atlanta, Georgia at- I Mr. and Mrs. Britt Mock and Vickers, Danny Hogue, Billy Kelly, :41.:rp\

catchup on your fishing, Gus. tending a four day seminar for rhildren of Jacksonville spent the Johnny Lilliston. t 2

I We were pleased to see that the Florida State Hospital Auxil weekend with his parents, Mr. and Third grade Hal Blanton, HURT':: --
Geneva Barwick is back Mike Council Billy High, Greg CUSHIONED LINZY'S GENERAL
at work Irs. W. E. Mock, Mr. Mock has :i1 INN.. ,tSOU. STORE
at_ Vause's Store. Genera had been .iary.We are so very glad to see that eturned to T.M.H. again wheree Keightley, Desmond Tucker Eddie Iti.tj; ::::: :. :n't1118UUJI X

helping take care of her new Catherine Sanders is walking recently underwent eye surgery.Mr. Whaley, Sharon Cox, Betty vlreen, WIll II smEMD COMFORT 1 IVAN, FLORIDA

granddaughter, Marsha Gail without a cut.SOPCHOPPY. and Mrs. Eddie Ward and Kathey Harvey, Diane Mathers, '

Spears. Welcome back, Geneva, laughter of Quincy were busi- Lorinda Nazworth, Marilyn Nat lat. JIM?? SHOES PHONE OVAL 6-3178

we missed you. here this week and worth. '
visitors '.
Mrs. Carolyn Chechec will leave NEW!: less Fourth Grade Ricky Strick- :fi FOR MEN AND WOMEN i
Mr. andMrs. ; -
his .
Iso visited parents,
,. 50-LB. JIM DANDY DOG FOOD $3.69
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here on February 25, to join *her by Louise P. Sapp Jack Ward. land, Anne Mathis Sara Naz 4 with valvaty-sofl. air-cushionad n ( :

husband, who is stationed in Robert Roddenberry has completed Mr. and Mrs. David Beck and worth, Becky Porter, Cindy RUBS. and** .buoyant. For substan support ... $;1 LARD-1 Pound Pkg. 2 for ,1 -29c:
France. a course in Science at Fifth Grade Arnold Greene, :
returned to their
ola Jr. ChiP-1 daughter have Deborah Iinnenoa... and expert Factory- :J.. SEED IRISH POTATOES, 10 Ibs. for _J _.' _55c
:, Captain' Schley is a busy man College in Marianna. lome in Charlotte N.C.. after a Ronnie* Harvey, Elen Combs ., consult: -..i :

these day, updating his Kingfish plans to attend F.S.U. in visit with her mother and stepfather Coxwell, Melinda Harvey, llilltllP d. cowftaotUM. /. NECK BONES __.u__v. 19c
Ixxlxe and managing the and will graduate the followingyear. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fulford. Loretta Laird, Kathy Stevens, 7Mt ;

Anchor Motel l; th y'ar both lie graduated from the Mrs., Lea Lynn and daughter Barbara Weeks. Wlt-IAM H. MCTCALP :; COOKING OILr-1 Gal. Jug._I_ 98c

"full-up" now. Marion Institue in Marion, Ala.,:' and Mrs. Sixth Grade Tommy Core [: BOX a S4PANACEA. >:a
Donna, Mrs. Millie Smith, : FLA. ) LADIES PANTIES, 3'pair-for _,_....-. .., .. ... $1.00
Mr and Mrs. H. G. Evans, in 1961. Robert is the son of Mary Alice Berry and children Scott Gaby, Mike Head, David Mil- ... ."< ".. .....'' "....V.0, .
who ate truest of the Panacea Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roddenberry.' visited Mr. Walter Cooper at ler, Pam Blanton, Rebecca Bon- ;, .:lffl f::]?ihj::: lMM:: : ..

Courts, helped' Mrs. Pauline Sch- Mrs. Brooks in Sopchoppy, re Southeastern Hospital in Dothan yata, Beth Harlan, Andra Loftin,

,midt to celebrate her birthday last cently.Mr. during the weekend.Mr. I Sandra Wetherington, Darlyne

Saturday by taking her to the and Mrs. Lesley Crum and Eugene Cutchins left 'this Wildern.

Panacea Woman's Club supper. children, Henry and Conna, trans- week for Miami and very soon Seventh Grade Sheryl Fol- '

Sounds of pleasure can most always acted business in Tallahassee will leave for Paris Island, S. C., som, Pauline Giddens, Wayne .

be heard coining from the Thursday.Mr. to begin his Marine training. His Strickland, Jackie Braren, Juliann See : Us$ For All Of' Your: R'

horse shoe and shuffle board and Mrs. T. B. Moore and ,, a graduate of CrawfordvilleHigh High, Barbara ,Raker, Diane Benton .

courts of the Panacea CourU, son Larry of Odel, Ga., Mr. and School and has been employed Patricia High, Sylvia Porter,

which are operated! by Paul and )tr,,_ Paul Smith and, daughter of by Seminole Asphalt Refining Carmelita Byrne, Alan Lord, .,

!Pauline* Schmidt. The Courts 'Tallahassee) :! and Mr. Hardy Revell, Ltd. Alice Green.

!hove. had "No Vacancy" signs up I Jr., and son, Rodney of Crawfordville Mrs. Mary E. Self and-Mrs.' Eighth Grade Mike Harrell,

...r *0i.>! time now. visited Mr. !Hardy Revell, Sr., Pearl McGahee of Atlanta are Sharilyn Harvey, Janet Nazworth,

Mrs. John Turner, of Tallahassee and family, Sunday.Mr. visiting their sister, Mrs. Thelma Linda Green, Richard Wiginton, Spring

is building a new home in Earl I Ta union was elected'to 'Clenny. : Larry Strickland, John Ruther-

Panacea. Earl Vause, contractor, the board of Deacon for 1963 I ford, Lloyd Paulk, Eric Mathis.

is doing the construction. Welcome in the Central Baptist Church in II Ninth grade Danny Miller,
l Mrs. Turner, to our com- Panama City, Fla. He was formerly I David Wilson, Kathy Strickland,

munity. from Sopchoppy. I Marilyn Alligood. ,

"Pappy"Vitt is remodeling Mis Annette Porter and Mr. : Tenth grade '- Jerry Code jtarden

uJ.11in---if he remodels many more Fred Strickland will be 'marriedMarch Helen Adams, Sandra Harper,

limey he'll have the biggest housein 2, at 4 o'clock in the after i Donna Lynn. -

Panacea. lie is cutting Lottie's* noon in the Methodist Church in Eleventh grade Ann Lambert, -

beloved pine trees down to build a Sopthoppy. All relatives and Mike Harvey, Diane Strickland, a.r. t a ty ::

: double carport: "but", she says, friends are invited to attend. dlrtiblt : Gerald Folsom, Beatrice Duggar, : F, k NEEDS.
"he's the boss. Earl Vause Mrs. Markaret Rhamea and Mrs. Charmaine 'Rabeneau. b Y .
: con. ;
Bun Simmons i in Let patience have its perfect I .0.1/ ..
tractor, is" doing the construction. were Quincy on Twelfth grade Sue Whitfield :.'
work. -(Jas. 1:4)).
Dr. and Mrs. William North business! Thursday. : Janet Russ, Beverly Richard, Adrian ;w.. Y fy
We should exercise SEEDS of all kinds
Ocala Mrs Mattie Revell and Mrs. patience
have leturned from where Lewis, Carole Ladd Letti
Louise Revell visitors of in everything we do, particu r iii14i
they visited: his uncle, Mr. Draper, were 'Harvey, Lydia Carter, Elma Bra ; 11 Armour's Plant Food '
Loime'a brother and family in Tal-! laxly in our relations with .
who was ill. .S
lahassee, Monday afternoon.We others. Patience should be the ren.Betty '' .<> h 1k
We were glad to see Mr. Har- Green's name was omitted GARDEN TOOLS
happy to have Mr. constant benchmark of our ,1
and almost "good as new" after from the second six week
hit recent attack of coronary -'lyde Morrison home from the attitude toward those with honor roll. S?' HOSE -
thrombosis. Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. whom we work or associate : ,

i Mr. and Mrs. Harold Barwickand with yti" LAWN SPRINKLERS .
The music at the .First Baptist
Church of Panacea last Sunday Min, Gregory, were visitorsof r FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS I A FERTILIZERS
Mrs. Barwick' parents, Mr.
'Uight was simply beautiful, with By Governor Farris BryantI mechanics, to band together for
und Mrs. Edison '
,jMrs. 1'. U Stokely at the new' common good. When I became j I I o4 p1E N'TS FENCING
Mr. and .Ins. Robert Griff en have spoken often in recent G RE -
und Miss Rebecca Burke at I called together leaders -
.organ governor
the piano. had a* their dinner guests tuesday months of the responsibilities of from all segments of the in- d P EED nil 1 K uJ1 INSECTICIDES ,, .
[ night, Mr. and Mrs. John citizenship in Florida and in
dustry and from that meeting pn.Co 'J
Mr. and Mis. I'ete Bonner, and America. .
I i Khmeu und Mr. and Mrs. .Lr C. .
grew the Governor's Tourism
L. W. of ;
|.Mr. and Mrs. Dally,
Sapp. This is because I believe that Steering Committee. This organi-
;Ml rewa, Minnesota, are visiting
cannot afford a "let Georgedo
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Revell visitedMr. zation developed promotional programs
Punltc a.. We do believe that they it" attitude when it comes
and Mrs. Iawhon and Miss industry-betterment programs SHOP HERE & SAVE
;find our weather more comfortable Hattle. Lawhon, Sunday. to managing the affairs of our and served to provide a
than that of Minnesota. communities, our state, and our
I much needed link between government -
I The Assembly of God Church !s
'Ihe W. M. U, will meet at the nation. and all segments of the' '
: home of Mrs. Emory lUchardaon''' continuing their Revival for the That Floridians in ever Increasing tourist industry.So .
third week. is invitedto
'l, on Thursday morning.Mrs. attend. numbers are facing up successful was its organization -
Jim burke, wife of the to the responsibilities of citizen- that within a little more thana .
r Miss Mattie Revell and Elaine ship has been brought home to I able to
pastor of the First Baptist Church,' year was recom-
is end avoting to organize a G.A.' Uevell were in Tallahassee on me with special force in the several mend to its directors that it 1010 S. Adams St. Phone 2230173.
'business, Thursday afternoon.Mrs. weeks since I announced could be more effective as an independent .
and a Y. W. A. We wish you the
Adelia Jones and Mrs. plans for a special and continu- organization, free from
best! success in organizing these Margaret Rosser of Tallahasseewere ing program to bring to our the crutch of gubernatorial appointment -:

group Mrs. Burke. Sunday visitors of the Frank citizens the facts relating to the and the inevitable re-
Mrs. Vivien Barnett had as, her Junes family. Cold War in which we are en- straints that go with official gov-
; guests Mrs. J. H. Kittel and Mrs. gaged. ernmental connection. Today the I j
Mr. and Mrs. Albert deSilva of .
Carl of Columbus, Ga. At organization is growing and -' .
i Cooper, Bernerdaville, N.J.. visited the Literally hundreds of Floridians performing -
the same time we had the real cold have written me to say: "How a valuable service to
.. weather, and so these folks went Ralph Browns last Thursday, the can we help we are concerned tourism and.to Florida's economy.In .
deSilvas own a Riverview home- the field of education citizen ,
back home without ever enjoyingour with the threat that facesus ,.. .-
Florida sunshine. site.Mr. today but have not known bow :support, freely given, has been a' -
Walter Revell was admitted : factor in the .
to seek out the knowledge that major developmentof
Rev. and Mrs. Lester Boyd, of .-u- = t
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to the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital will make us alert citizens." And new educational plans and concepts -
Lansing Mich., have a cottage at Saturday.The in their letters they have shared which will enable Floridato Rtiala = 5

the bay, and are visiting Mr. and Womans Club held their with me their concerns in other meet- with confidence the

Mrs. A. B. Snyder. The Rev. Boyd state and challenges of the Citizens 1 D .
meeting, Thursday night, Jan. 31, areas government space age. 4- ; .
is a brother of Mrsfl Snyder. Mr. Bernard Wilson of the Florida local conditions all indicatinga committees have worked longhairs .

The Chamber of Commerce will Power Co. in Crawfordville, show lively interest in matters which with professional educators
have their regular meeting at the are the proper concern of all and state staff members and consultants
ed a film on the American Red
new Woman's Club on Tuesday, Cross. citizens.As to evaluate every aspectof
8:00 I have sought to fast-developing new programs. -
February 12, at p.m. --
Mrs. Carrie Ashmore and Mrs. -
The Board of Directors of the these letters, other instancesof Their suggestions, based on
Dunlap visited in Tallahassee sound business sense and a
citizenship in action in Florida
1i ..u41n'l Club met at the homeof
I Thursday afternoon.Mr. have crossed my mind, and I'' thorough knowledge of the state.
Mr*. Agnes Coxen on January and Mrs. Clark Durrancf would like to share some of these have improved both the aptness
; 2H. ut .:30 p.m. to discuss plans and daughter of Tallahassee, Mrs. in this column. of our efforts, and the suitabilityof
for club activities. Preliminary our pfenning to the state. :Jhe .AJJ" .
Nannie Durrance of Medart and Perhaps the best example is 6 -Ma co.'r'a -
formulated, and refreshments Similar has been '
I plans were support given
Mrs. Pearl Johnson of the Council of 100 whose reports
served. the Florida Commission
were visitors in Sopchoppy, Satur- usually fill this space. The Council Development '
: The Bethel Primitive Baptist has reached a plateau of in promotional programsby -
day evening.
church will meet on the second and service anticIpated chambers of commerce and the Same. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beasley'and evn higher than I tourism: from 16 u.
I fourth Sunday of each month with sharon visited when I invited 100 leadersof groups every section .. "
daughter, of the state. The Industrial --
School classes at 10:00, Florida industry finance'and
the week- "
Robert's parents over Commission depended local>
Church Services at 11:00, conducted education to band together in =:
and end. Robert is serving in the U.S. support for the success of its ;
Rev. Tom HarrelL voluntary partnership with their the J4ou6e 16 2i//ereuzt
by Navy and_ is stationed in Brunswick state government. We sought Operation Space a revampingand .' ;
Everyone is cordially invited. of .
I Ga. assistance in the promotion of: updating employment service .'
i I Cheryl Vause daughter of Dur- tourism, procurement of new in- practices, and is now relying ,

wood and Jackie Vause had a CRAWFORDVILLE dustries conservation of our nat on nongovernmental groups to ," '..
weathered.I look ,
ural make sure this year goes dawn If your home has that dreary, : -
birthday party at her home-and resources and waterways .

we hear reports of lots of fun and PERSONALSMr. and in dealing with the multitudeof in Also history m as the 19-Saf safety ety-3.front Floridians paint can do wonders for it. -

refreshments. Happy Birthday, current problems that can often -i ,
I and Mrs. George Walke be will be hearing much in .. .
Cheryl Wish you many, many and grandson Hank Creech spen more private effectively sources than approachedby by the the months ahead from the Florida -- Of if you're beginning to feel crowded, .. ..

more. the weekend in Chipley.Mrs. government.The _. Traffic Safety Council a new finished attic ..' ..
one or two more rooms a ,
or items of citizen-support which will .. ,
Anyone having news F. E. Le Gallee and grandson Council I told group ,

interest for this column are le Ken Crosson of Panama City fellow governors am Is' now the by only my work closely with government to new closet space can add amazing to them* -
quested to call Eva Cosper, YU visited Mr. reduce the rising ton of death
Mrs. Henry Smith organization of its
type working
and destruction the comfort and of the whole family.
'kon 4-2643, or leave word with last Sunday.Mr. with state government anywhere on highway. happiness '

;, Frank Cosper at. the Panacea Barber and Mrs. Dennis Council in the nation. As the word of its I am proud to have had a part .
in this
g creating organization, and be .
effective Whatever home improvement plans ,
work may
Shop. .have moved to Tallahassee. through such look to it for strong leadership your I

There are strong rumors of anew Mr. R. C. Libert who is in Tal- its efforts as its "Smile" program, in its field. let us help you finance the cost. You'lllike ;

boat'basin to be built at Otter lahassee Memorial Hospital is support of recreational develop- An of these, and many more, ;
rise. Any conformation meat and its tours for interested' low rates prompt service \
Creek much improved.Mr. industrialists '' typify the manner in which the our ,

d, or progress will be reported. Herman Rehwinkel still remains will see -It spreads widely ,copied.I expect'we I people of Florida are giving of convenient repayment plan.
" Primitive Baptist their time
Newhome and
I The in the hospital.Mr. hope that other states will enjoy money to make
Church will meet on the first George Creech Sr. still remains the same benefits the Florida this state grow and prosper. They

; and third Sunday of each month in the hospital. Council has given us, for such move in areas where government -

t with Church Services at 11:00, happy partnerships of business : should not go and they give STATB :aAN. !

't; conducted by Rev. Tom Harrell. and government are often sought support and encouragement tc L-'WM
\ government when it is ,-_
Everyone is welcome. but seldom achieved. needed. sorely - -

r Mrs. Eulene Barton has return Another example is our relationship Florida's citizens are MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATOR:1 *
r ed home from the hospital and isrecuperating ,. wHfa the Florida tourist the responsibilities of their citizen tf -
. at home., Welcome fad Jstry. This giant economic ship and we are an the beDefId.r /, .. .t
: force had the I
desire bat sot the aries. .
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4, -. .Thursday. February 7, 1983 =,. -" : ---T-: l 16th Grade News ,
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The-Sixth Grade have chosen Raker's
the following boys and girls as

ee their class officers for the fourth <

,- 1960 CHEVROLET V8 Bel Air, period of school: President, Doug- '. :f : ',

.'" Automatic Transmission, $1395 las V Works Vice-president. Darlyn ,, IVAN .

Radio, Heater, Clean. Very WUdren. Treasurer, Agatha Bry. .--

Low Mileage ______- ue,. Secretary Mike Head.
.:.." We would like to share with youa .,' ,
few of the special days in Feb PHONE WA C-3091 eRA 'ORDYJLLEr FLA.

..... ruary. Feb. 1 Victor Herbert an -
1958 FORD, 2 Door.Hfcrd Top, American computer and conductor -

:- Falrlane 500 Automatic Transmission $695 ill Operetta.often"called He '"the'Prince of SNOW DRIFT SHORTENING 3 lb., can: __...> _. 59c
was the first
r Radio, Heater, Power <'*
'. American composer to write an arrangement :. -. .
Steering _______ _-- '
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music in which the .
.. r Donjc{las yVeeks, parts: for the different instruments HERSHEYS COCOA. 1-2, lb. .__Jjl..J ri.25c
or voices are written On 4 "t .. I;
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SPECIALS -l : $395 staffs'one above the other. ," > !
4 door
Ground-Hog is SIZE -J
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Wagon X ** ?,, IL I j
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r-- -- : un a custom that people ,.'" ..,
-' from Germany and Great Britian >. i

54 Pontiac. $195 .- brought the I legend to, America., the ground Accordingto hog OLEOMARGERINE .2 Ibs. .'. ttl? 33c. I

awakens from the lung winter
1959 FORD Fairlane V8, Radio sleep I on Feb. 2. He sticks his head

-' and Heater, Straight' Trans $995 out of his home in the ground SPRING FARM-CANNED MILK, 2 tall cans for 39c I
-. mission -- ---, and looks atound. If he can ace ,

# -, -_- loin :shadow he i is frightened and I
crawls back into his hole. This

means there will be six more weeks

,_ 1959 BUICK Invicta, 4 door, of winter weather. We were looping -
Hard Top, Radlo'and Heater, it would be a cloudy day. Tallahassee COMPLETE I

-- :. Automatic Power Steering, $13 95 Feb. 8-William Henry Harrison

'55 Pontiac$24r Power Brakes -- Uarlya WiltirenAjfatlui the ninth President of the FLORISTFlowers I

United States 1941 and was the &. Candy inc. SERVICE I
first president to die in office.
Feb. 11-Thomas A. Edison the I
: most notable inventor of modern
1957 PLYMOUTH, V8, 4 Door, times:I. aptly called the "Wizard of ( ,

58FORD. 6 Passenger station Wagon, $645 electricity.I His influences on the .
595 Automatic Transmision, Radio industries\ and commerce of America : I
.6 heater cyl.I ',2 com"Goor,Ms radio it, and Heater, only 1 .__- --' cannot be over estimated. ,- ,

won't last long at Feb. 12--Abraham Lincoln was Formerly Tillman's /,
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of the worlds
our truly great men, "
Under his leadership the Ameri- .f, .
tau Union was preserved lIe was .
known as "Honest Abe" and ,

57 FORD '57 Buick "Jo'Feb.ther 14-Abraham.-Saint Valentines" Day.

595 here were two Saint Valentines -
'V8. 4-door station 5595 4-door, radio, hotter, of which little is known.: One PHONE 224-5023 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA
automatic tranunission,
hoator, automatic liiyne,
wagon transmission. on. owner. Old but>> not I, edly died in Home and the other or WA 6-3301 CRAWFORDVILLEAKyggV .

Don't let this low bused. Good running. ,. at Interanma, now Terni 60 .
price fool JOU. "' miles fiom Rome The custom in

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CARE from NoJtztm Young Consumer *tvlct

: h IMPORTANTChildbirth
v.1fI1IrdwkilM : :.
is a completely
.: natural and normal happening IT'S FUN being a girl. Enjoy all your '
( and in a large majority of female
:0 prerogatives by being prettily
births there are no special prob-
:. VALUE lems for either child or mother. dressed, properly pampered, femi-
: The early weeks of pregnancy ninely soft and smooth.
are the most important in the
FARM S\VEE'I'liMRT-Mis infant's development It is dur-
YOUR MEDALLION HOME, the complete Frances Smith of Havana, Fla., ing this period that the growing DRESS UP TIME? Play it to the hilt
baby is most susceptible to with all the feminine details He is
way to carefree total electric current "Sweetheart" of Flarrida's all sorts of problems that will bound to notice and
; living. Whether Future Farmers of America cause trouble later. Widespread appreciate.
4 will be FFA's honor studies have shown that many Heels and gloves a tiny, tidy purse
you are planning to build or remodel; look forward j I the Florida State Fair in Tam guestat birth problems could have been the marvelous fun of a bow and

pa, Feb. 516. She is freshman prevented or reduced if the fragrance In your hair.
a mother-to-be had
to electric consulted
an cooking center electric a
water I at Huntingdon College, Mona physician at the outset of pregnancy -

heater, electric washer and dryer and gomery Ala. pregnant., or even before becoming .
.. For instance a well-balanced \
T V clean, flameless electric heating and.cooling. / diet proper containing nutrition all the and essentialsto growth Mi1.
Plan is necessary for both mother
home make
V ; your useof all the and infant. The doctor has long
been aware of the importanceof II I LADIES FIRST. It's his privi
: VV work-saving electric appliances, and make' sure diet in pregnancy and thus lege to be helpful and pro-
gives counsel to the mothertobe.
to ask Certain infectious diseasesuch tective-so let him I It's your
i V. your contractor about Light for l.
Living, as German measles, can duty to be gracious about the
the have an adverse effect on the little orientiariareward him
cost, sight-saving to make infant if the : '
.-1 way use ill, particularly mother during the becomes first h with a smile or a thankyou.NO .

.i 3 of interior design. three months of pregnancy. It
f is most important for the prospective

r f.: Plan a complete home a Medallion home. extra precautions mother to against exercise ex-

'. posure to infectious ailments. ROUGH SPOTS-please! The femi
r, r' When your building or remodeling is finished, Blood typing of both father nine touch is soft and smooth all over.
and mother
will inform the doc-
Use medicated Skin
comfort and convenience will tor as to whether there is a Cream to smooth -
r ,: come possibility of a clash of blood your hands arms and 'elbows. And
.. from w types between the two parents Skin Cream will help beautytreatyour
< _a-flip of the switch. r that
may cause problems for complexion too. _
.<< { the infant. Warned in advance
3f .y the doctor can be prepared to
meet this condition. Drugs
sometimes can have an effecton
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:i ., 'j: ., Kitty Wells the nationtop' ing the The early months of preg
> ; nancy. expectant: mother
'S"'f: 1 : PUORIDA POWER CORPORATION recording country music star should be very cautious about
rtiB V will be starred with Carl Smith taking any drugs without con- "This newspaper has consistently ,
:' ; :f YOUR 7AX'PA rave, IHYCSTCX-OWHCD O.KTMC r and other western and folk tal' sulting her doctor. endorsed John Con- "One reason polities make
r : : .CGUfAMT
Good prenatal won'tsolve 1 1don't such
", '- eDt at the Florida State Fair care nally for Governor. Please strange bedfellows is
: all of the problems asso- that all kinds
grandstand at Tampa during the ciated with childbirth but it let that influence you; people enjoy
i. exposition's first week Feb. 59. will enable the doctor to deal vote for him anyway.-" the same bunk."-Lloyd &
lit r; Kitty will be appearing with the successfully with many of them. James H. Russell, Belton Waters Mountain H.me

Y '.. ,' famous Hurricane Hell Drivers I (Tex.) Journal. (Ida.) News.
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