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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
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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 )
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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).
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. VOLUME' $4." NUMBER( l1 I CKAWFOfLDTHAE. FLORIDA Thursday. March 28, IWi I I FfUCB It C1CIn'f P5S COPT: :

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Social Security Birthday PartyMrs. Womans Club
FSU Deans
w Forms MailedEach Lula Gowdy was- honored .
Saturday night with a surprise List Announced To Meet .
year, the Social Security
at her daughter's,
birthday party
b Administration mails out TALLAHASSEE, March 22 -1 ...
thOU.1
. Mrs. Irma Welch's home, given by April2nd
sands of annual report r Florida State
tOIt.
University today announced -
her brother Dill Council, her two
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i its beneficiaries. This year, as the Deans' List for the The Crawfordville Woman's Club
; Beulah Allen, Mrs. 4'J
sisters Mrs.
t: before, forms have been sent to : Clara ,Hatcher, her son GilbertGowdy first trimester, containing the will hold their regular monthly
f i iM
social security beneficiaries who and daughter Mrs. Irma names of undergraduate students meeting Tuesday night, April 2nd
,.,. earned $1200 the past' year and > Around' 45 relatives with the best academic record dur- at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Margaret Alli
enjoyed -
who received some social security Welch. nice Barbecued, Pork and ing the trimester.To good is !in charge of the program :'
... 'checks. a for this month. A very interest-
Covered Dish. Supper with her.frio. make the Deans' List students -
The report forms are ,toailed to t.. 3 received nice must have carried 12 or ing program is planned. All members -
) Gowdy many
the beneficiaries' homes./However, more trimester hours of work and are urged to attend and bring
the Tallahassee social district :gifts. guests.
security in most divisions must have madea
office will help any bene- I grade average of 3.0 (B) or
ficiary complete his annual report, Taxes ShouldBe higher. Students in the Collegeof Deadline ForjHomestead

according to Walter Kehoe, social Arts and Sciences had to makean
security district manager in Talla Paid Now average of 3.25 and those in the Filing
hassee. "Don't you like me?" flirts Jenny. Tax Collector J. M. Gwin I Mrs. Walker
announced School of Nursing 3.5. Tax Assessor E. C. Ferrell Jr..
Anyone who received social se- (Cynthia Cotton) today that after March 31 Students on the Deans' List, by said today that April 1 is the dead
curity benefits in 1962, and who "Well, I'd like ya a heap sight better, if ya'd give me some more all taxes would become delinquent. their county and hometown, include ;line for filing your Homestead. Elected To

made over $1200 from working, room on this sofy!" defends Chad. All persons who have not paid : :Exemption and urged all who have

must make an annual report by .1' (Kenny Strickland) their taxes are asked to come to Wakulla Crawfordville- Mary not signed up for same to come in State Office
April 15. The only exception is ."What are you doing Jenny, getting poetic laughs Margaret. the tax collectors office and take I N. Russ. ;before April 1, 1963.
, the beneficiary who was over 72 (Diame Strickland) care of this matter.AprIlx29,1913The. Mrs. George Walker, principal
all.of 1962. This is only a sample of the warm humor in "The Little Shepherdof of. St. Marks School was elected'Director

e' For the most part, social security Kingdom Come," being presented by the Junior Class of Crawford- of District Nine'of DESP
knows which beneficiaries to ville. (Department of Elementary School .:
I send annual report forms out to. The play, written by CharlesCeorge: is based on the popular novel ---- -I Principals), a department of the]

; ''However, some who earned over by John Fox, Jr. Many people will recognize their favorite charactersand i .. Florida Education Association. I
$1200.in 1962 won't get the report thrill again to the adventure' and:;romance of a mountain waif F' .( y Mrs. Walker was elected at the
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forms automatically: These people taken in by an aristocratic Kentucky family. This play has something annual meeting in Jacksonville re-

must request the forms from the special for everyone. cently. .

social security district office, Ke Don't miss the performance Friday, March 29, at 8:00 pjn.- in 3 F Big Incomes -- ,
!shoe said. He emphasized that the the Crawfordville Auditorium. ftr. .

i reports avoid a must penalty.A be. in by April 15 to Vegetable GrowersT Attention WWI I Ii : In Tree Farms

i Florida's forest output already -
,
representative from this of- <* Hear Lecture Veterans \ .- the second largest industry .

fice will be at the Courthouse in HASTINGS, Fla. -.: Vegetable The Veterans of World War Iof ; : in the state .-.: can reach one billion -
Crawfordville every 1st Friday of s
growers will have the opportunity the U.S.A., Inc. received a Con- 1.- dollars annually.
the
month at 9:30 a.nu to assist
to hear about the latest research- gressional Charter on* July 18, s Key to doubling the present
persons in filing a claim or wanting -
findings the third largest value important in jobs and
" on potatoes and cabbage 1958 and are now so
other information
concerningsocial
at the Potato Investigations Lab- veterans organization in the na payrolls, rests with 93,000 ownersof

security. matters.Margaret oratory here March 28. tion. This organization was, the : .i7--csc. small woodland tracts. How
This is the second of three field only veterans group that fough S i By improved timber management.
! Alligood days being conducted by the Flor- all out for a pension during the r'dd Half of Florida's commercial

ida Agricultural Experiment Sta- 87th Congress.The ; a. :;i forest land STontfs to small wood-
! Gets 25 Yr. Award '
tions in cooperation with the Agri- Veterans of World ;War I, land ownersS. jftiose average size < *
The District Two Board of the cultural Extension Service in Flor- U.S[ .A., Inc. were able to obtain r I? holding is lOOaeres. Some of these

... Florida State Department of Public ida's vegetable growing areas this 211 Congressmen's signatures "to H 'it-:- ,t i landowners and timbermen are already -

'" Welfare. met in Marianna, Mar. Spring. The field day. program, discharge petition to bring their -. : getting' the maximut1 pro-
,- 20, '1963, to consider the.Jirular: iirilt begin..t'i:SOp.m.. pen n1l11'to; the House floor, jr : 4e duction and dollar retuHi front ..;'. ,.

.. routine bu.ineasof the District. Accordineto, A. H. Eddins, plant failing by a scant seven (7) I Iw their trees. Most of them, unfortunately ':
Seven Staff Members who had, pathologist in charge of the Agricultural names Pledges were received I aj' are not. But increasing
_ worked with the Agency for 25 Experiment Station's. Potato from 369 members of Congressthat numbers of small woodland owners 4
: years were honored at a luncheon Investigations ,Laboratory, they would vote favorably fora 's: fi are working toward more efficient -
s. and presented with Certificates "growers. will hear special reportson pension bill for veterans of production from their forest
r from the State Welfare Board in petroleum and plastic mulches World War I and their widows. .?ri acreage. \

t. recognition of their years of service used on potato rows, new.soil and The .National organization is -S 'af The Florida Forest Service farm ? ')\
R with the Agency. Those Staff plant treatments for control of in- anxious to contact all veterans of forester is a specialist in timber: 1\i
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i L Members who were guests of the sects on potatoes and cabbage, the war of 1917-1918 who are management. His job is to help '' ,*?y
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Board were Mrs. Everett Munroe, herbicides for control of weeds in interested in obtaining information the timber grower, on request, to .. .

;, Quincy, Supervisor of the Unit potatoes and new potato and cabbage on pension legislation now pending realize more profit from pulpwood, ..'
Two Office; Miss Mae T. Gregory, varieties. before the present 88th Congress.It saw timber, naval stores, and other .

. Quincy Secretary; Miss Sada Bos- Researchers at the Potato Investigations has been estimated by many ex- / forest products. .';
,. tick Quincy, District Welfare Director Laboratory will also perts that our present pension bill,' Your farm forester, in sizing : .
J."' ; Mrs. Frances Dickerson, discuss fertilization of potatoesand H.R. 2332, introduced by Representative t up a particular forest tract, may
i. Marianna, Social Worker; Mrs. cabbage, the importance of Winfield K. Denton of recommend measures against for- _,

. Bruce Singletary, Marianna/.Social pangolagrass-potato-cabbage rota- Indiana on January 18, 1963, will est insects and diseases which -. J Jdamage
tr Worker, and M,... Margaret tions and the nature of potato benefit, over a million and a half Many catches of this type will be recorded during the Jayeee Fishing Rodeo starting April -trees. Or, if timber standis

AUiffood, Crawfordville, Social wireworms and, tuberworms. Dis- World War I veterans. Over a Kingfish and Spanish Mackerel are the fighter caught while trolling. Capt. Lynn Graham o/ too thin. it may be profitable _.
Worker. cussions of the methods of inaecti million veterans will receive increases had this party. to plant additional pine seedlings. v
Mr. Francis L. McCall;Quincy, cide applications for control of to $100.00 per month and: Forester may suggest culling out
k is Chairman of the District TwoBoard cabbage and potato insects and the more than' half a million veterans! __ } ,r1L wJ low quality trees, thereby releasingthe
and presided at the meet- control .of' corky ringspot, a soil- will be added to the pension rolls 3 ti1 growth of desirable trees. 1 i

fr- ing.Miss borne virus disease of potatoes, and receive a like amount. i -- IIl r- If the timber stand Is too thick, J'
.; Sada Bostick, who has been will also be included in the after Included in the bill HJL. 2332' then thinning or selective cuttingmay
Director of the District for 25 noon's program. there is a provision that will grant be in order. Timber too thickis
, years, ''presented each Staff Member Field day visitors will receive a 434,789 widows an increase to $75. not thrifty and does not growat
\ with a small silver bangle en- tour of the test plots during which per month. ( r : the fastest or most profitablerate.
..r graved with the initials of the they will receive a first-hand look For further information writeto r .
. Agency the years of service, and at the experimental work underway : t :Good. timber management often
. the Staff Member's I initials. at the Potato. Investigations M. J. F. STEEN, means plowing fire lines to protect
- Mr. F. B. Cecton of Sopchoppy, Laboratory. Tallahassee Barracks 652 k f timber stand from wildfire. -,,

( and.Mrs. Gladys Adams of Craw- I 926 Hawthorne Street, The farm forester will help '
:-.: fordville, are Members of District Tallahassee, Florida. mark timber for cutting, and he .. .
r Two Board. Warning About There are over 93,000 World may advise securing bids from ,\ i

Brush War I veterans still living !in Flor various buyers to insure the owner
Burning ida. getting: the best possible price. The "
tbk Jack Pearce County Judge George Harper farm forester may suggest alter-
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today convicted Edgar Pool, colored nate forest uses to the owner, such
At Charleston of Wakulla County of a.mis-I Cancer Crusade as selling hunting or fishing

tir CHARLESTON RFB s.c. demeanor in letting his fire get' rights, or offering a portion of the .

L Airman Third Class Jack M. ouf'of control while he was burning -' Meeting Set woodland for ccmmercial camping.The '}
Pearce Jr. of Crawfordville, Fla., brush. small woodland owner,.especially
has arrived here for assignment The fire which started on Sat- For MondayThe will find the farm foresifer'4 :';
f with a Military Air Transport urday, burned 68 acres of timber- skill and technical knowhowvalu- :
Service unit following a tour ofdutI land on the property of Mr. Jack Wakulla County Unit of r 4 f J able. The forester can help setup -'.1
; in Turkey. Crum, of Wakulla County. The the American Cancer Society will ; I a suggested timber improvement '

Airman Pearce, son of Mr and general area where the fire occurred bold a meeting of the Crusade : program and guide the land- .
f;,' Mrs. Jack M. 'Pearce'of Crawford is located three miles east Workers Monday night, April 1 at 4 1 owner to practices that qualify _... .
f ville, will serve with the 1608th of, Medart below where Rt. 98 and the Florida Power Lounge at 7:30 for Conservation Program pay-

.. Communications and Electronics 27 intersect. p.m. ments. Such payments help defray

, Squadron as in. aircraft radar repairman According to Reuben Smith, District Crusade chairman Bobby Paulk the initial cost of tree planting, 1

" v Investigator, ,the man was and Jimmy Helms urges all workers hardwood control, fire line... plow
The airman is a graduate of clearing some land and lightedsome to attend to pick up Crusade ing, or pruning. .
Crawfordville High School and a of the large brush piles to Kits which will be distributed at a

former student at Florida Stat burn them. This he did without this time. Dance ForCancer -. ".-
tl University regard to the high dangerous Mrs. Essie Cogdill, president, -I 1
winds that occurred that day. Also will be in charge of the meeting.Legion 'Fund 1
he did not have adequate firelines

'- established' and sufficient. men and April 13 -.t 1
t equipment available! if the fire Meeting The' Wakulla County Cancer "
were to to the lands of an- ,.
f : escape i Unit will sponsor a dance Saturday ;:.1

...., other. Monday NightThe. night, Apt it 13 at the Wopuuta :',
" fn According to Investigator Smith, .' -
Club. ;
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ri the convicted person was given a Jake Pigott Post of the All :of the above fish were caught off the Waknlla county' coastline and many like these will Proceeds for the event will be
Christ shall shine upon choice of$50.00 fine or 3Q. days. in American Legion will meet in th top honors' during the Jaycees Fishing Rodeo starting April 1, 1963. used for the 1963 Cancer Crusade.
thee.-(Eph. 5:14). jail; he decided on the $6 .00 fine. Legion:Hall in Crawfordville Monday Music will be furnished and- .

E We have but to let |he r- Citizens. are again :warned by night, April lat at 8 pan.AH :I These International Trea- tickets may be bought in advance,
l'Y' Christ light shine In our l local Forest Serveie authorities members and veterans Yare "Bargain ties like from Cancer workers or at the!,
sale
i An are our relations
: poor ,
event at
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, minds and hen is ,to attain tha i anyone 'who. lets 'a careless creed to. attend. *_- zipper which door. i
ti- yt. a woman ruins one dress one never hears of them until
;'.' the relaxation"-that resin fire aad.burnitimberland'ribJect'to"be. EJe ea.'or :wftl indiipensable raodern day Fund and I
-escape :- officers be.thmain while she's they're broke." John L. Donate to the Cancer
.> from the way its serene radiance prosecuted under oFder'ot'business.L =-?* gadget,became.part of every- buying another. evening. Couples, $2-00,' y;:, .
all tension and Florida's. Foreit Fire laws. -1. ., .< .._ :s.. ., 1'-';.. day life -.V* :tr-f1 ;. -Dale Holdridge, Langford Teets, Riehwood (W. Va.) enjoy an --
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,Thursday. March 28.1963WAKULLA
v IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Minutes Of -. ".. f** TALLAHASSEE THEATRES SPECIAL THURSDAY FRIDAY
Ir JUDGE,-WAKULLA COUNTY, FLOR- v.

IDA. .IN PROBATE.IN PROBATEIN School Board J FLORIDA STATE and SATURDAY
RE: ESTATE OFV.
I,. NEWS J. ALLEN. Deceased. The Wakulla County School "

TO HAVING ALL CREDITORS CLAIMS OR AND DEMANDS PERSONS: Board met in regular session at Grade "A" FRYERS lb. 29c

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AGAINST SAID ESTATE: f 4 700 pjn March 25, 1963. The
Telephone WAlnut 6.3301COUNTY You and each of you are hereby'noti NOWSHOWDJG Saturday Afternoon
4 fied and required to present any* aims c chairman{ ,: M!. drum, called the !Ib. 59c
and demands Which yO\L.;oaf 'eitbe io'l Only PORK CHOPS Center cuts .
you mayy have ''alainsti&h etatef meeting*to:order with the follow .
: @ V. J. Allen deceued. late of said County. -, mg members Mr. Jack Leramoii John Barrymore'THE
.present: Posey, -
i to the County Judge of Wakulla. 3 39e :
County Florida at his office ,in the Mr. Paulk, Mr. Roddenberry and EVAPORATED MILK, cans .. .
Virginia Keightley ..'.. .? :_. Editor court house of said County at Craw: :-.-
vEntered fordville. Florida within six: calendar Mr. Gowdy. Lee Remkk"DAYS
: .. months from the time of the first publicatiOn Moved by Mr. and seconded CENTURION" GRITS Ibs. 29c
lt' '. of this notice. Two copies 01 Posey Jim Dady .
each claim or demand shall be in writing by Mr. Roddenberry that.. Mrs.
t .. and shall of OF WINE Plus Co-Hit
dence and post offfficeesddrea of tike: Sarah F. Smith be employed as .-. James Mason Fresh BANANAS Ib.( lOc
at_ Crawfordville Florida
i. claimant and shall be sworn to by the school bus driver effective on Apr.! ,
claimant, his andaccompanied
as second class.matter. Subscription l by a ilinrmeole dollar : 4th, 1963, for the remainder of this! AND ROSES" 'HERO'S ISLAND' 2 for 25c
and such claim or demand not so school TOMATOES No. 303 can,
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filed shall be void; term.
rate $3.00'per
[ : year.
MILDRED ALLENAs Voting for the
't. administrator of the motion was Mr.

t j' '.L As Estate executor of of the Posey, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Gowdy, Mr. PERRY HlisKWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN =Shop Here For Your Seed, Feed,

Last Will,and Testament of Hoddenberry and Mr. Crum. OYi iOR ON WOOBYRIE HWY.
deceased. .
VJ ALLEN
-If 'You"Need. Mar.28; Apr. 41118._____. Moved by Mr. Roddenberry and Fertilizer '. -

seconded by Mr. Posey that Mr :., .. _.

(! Office Supplies "Highwayign! in North Bonner's request for professional 3 SPACE THRILLS"BATTLE Tonight thru Saturday \ V '
STORE
: Business Machines Haven, Conn. 'Driver who has I leave for April 3rd, 4th .and 5th .7-35 Showing 7:40 PIGOTT'S t,. .'.,,.:.:_-\'

Office Furniture be granted to assist in the Southern Jameshilbrook'OUTERSPACE"
t' one for the road has state IN .. -,

I I See or Call trooper as chaser:"=Harold Association evaluation of the "WILD .- MEDART ,..' .."...,:.

RANEY WHALEY S. May, Florence (Ala) Her- Altha High School.. 9:15 WESTERNER" -"We give TOP VALUE Stamps -.. ,
Voting for the motion: Mr. Rod- '

ald. denberry, Mr. Posey, Mr.. Gowdy "First Spaceship Plus Co-Hit 9:00 .

at Mr. Paulk and Mr. Crum. On Venus" Frank Sinatra "

CAPITAOFFICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SECOND Moved by Mr. and -
Posey Co.
seconded "MANCHURIANCANDIDATE" Woodville Lumber
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATEOF "ANt-t : .
EQUIPMENT CO. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR WA by Mr. Gowdy that the bills REDPLANET"
i' KULLA COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
319 South Adams St. MID-STATE HOMES ) be paid as presented.

#,; Corner E. PeiuacolaTALLAHASSEE. INCORPORATED. ) Voting for the motion was Mr. .
t a Florida corporation 1
: FLORIDA vs.Plaintiff. Posey, Mr. Gowdy, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Lumber Building Supplies .,:

ALEX NICHOLS and Roddenberry and Mr. Crum. .
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IRENE NICHOLS I Moved by Mr. Paulk and seconded -
I his wife. COLD SUFFERERSGet
Defendants. by Mr. Gowdy that the New! Gillette
NOncE OF MORTGAGE "We Need And Your :
Appreciate :
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Superintendent notify all ,
i. BarberShop FORECLOSURE SALE princi- .
Dees TO! WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: fast relief from that acheallover .
that
pals all
bills
telephone be in
Notice i is hereby given pursuant to a worn-out feeling due to colds.STANBACK'S .. <:
2238 South Monroe final Decree of Foreclosure dated the15t the Superintendent'sOffice by Slim
medi-
j combination of -
day of March. 1963. and entered -
Haircut n Chancery Case No. 1115 of the Circuit 15th[ of the month for the previousmonth's cally-proven ingredients reduces Business" ,::
f. and Boy Court of the Second Judicial Circuit '
Men',. in and for Wakulla County, Flor- bill; however, it is sug- fever and brings comforting relief. Adjustable V.: .

DEE COOK. Owner fda. in the above styled cause. I will gested that the bills be mailed as Use g'a gargle for sore throat due to _, 4...
sell to the highest and best bidder. for -
cash at the front door of the Wakulla soon as possible after receivingthe colds. Snap back with STANBACK.A RazorYou ;:
f County Courthouse in Crawfordville. bill. Quality and Price Guaranteed I"
Florida, at 11:00 o'clock A.M. on the turn dial' .. ,; '.
8th day of April. 1963. the following Voting for the motion was Mr. from 1 to 9. -
I .. described property, in Wakulla County for the exact
# .. as set forth in said Final Decree town Posey, Mr. Gowdy, Mr. Paulk, Mr. settingthat .
Will ,care forT : matches
BABYSITTING Begin at the point where the South Roddenberry and Mr. Crum. your with Super Ross Hannon OwnerREALTORS ".
small children in my home f orf Boundary line of the right of State Moved by Mr. and skin and ; :
'. Roddenberry i Blue Blades "
daytime -Road No. 10 (Federal Highway No. beard
working mothers, 319 intersects the West t line seconded by Mr. Gowdy that the

f evenings by appointment Mrs.j f of that certain tract of land con- second and second and third ('
veyed to Gordon A. Nichols by A. B. .1 )
Jack Solomon Crawfordville. Taft et ux and C, Taff. et taX by grade's request be granted for the :':: __ .
I deed dated October 14. 199B and recorded -
tg Florida. on page 351 of Deed Book -42 field trip on March 29th to see the .' : .
Service of Your Doctor of Medicine.Your
of County.the public Florida records and run of East Wakulla along Junior Museum at Tallahassee. Local Medical Society and the /:- : '<: ': .dJ : :H ,
f. '. .
the South boundary line of the right Voting for the motion was. Mr. Florida Medical Association. o : ,.: ;
of way of said State Road No. 10
(oldnumber) the distance of fifty Gowdy- Mr. Roddenberry and Mr.Crum. CAUSES OF POOR ,
(501 t feet thence run South seventyfive VISION AND BLINDNESSPoor .I'
V WANTED ((75) feet thence run West fifty .
SALESMAN (50) feet to the West boundary line of Voting against the motion Mr. vision he due to
A RAWLEIGH BUS the above mentioned tract of land : may -
,' START 'now'for conveyed. to Gordon A. Nichols by A. nosey and Mr. Paulk. variations in the size or: shapeof :
NESS. Real opportunity B. Taff. et, ala. thence run North I the eyeball or to conditionsin '
work in along the West boundary line of said Moved by Mr. Paulk and sec- LEON FEDERAL
permanent, profitable tract of land seventy-five (75) feet the eye produced by diseaseor
Wakulla Co. Write Rawleigh's, .more or less; to the point of beginning coded by Mr. Gowdy that the injury. of the optic nerve of ,
situate lying and being In the thedule of School Lunch Policies .the visual: pathway. .
Dept.F Memphis, NE!i of SEtt of Section 3. Township
5 South. Ranee 2 West. '-is presented by the Superintendent According to estimate be.
Tenn. Dated this 22nd day of March, A.D... tween four and ten per cent of \ LOANS AVAILABLE .
1963. e adopted a copy sent ,to the whoconsult an
persons eye
(Circuit Court-Seal -
hate Department of Education
havean disease
MOODY-PEARCE. physician eye
t' 1 Clerk of the Circuit CourtIN .nd the State Department. School or. injury. Between 90 to 96 percent

'OF"-THE' 1t ,unch Program. pf people with poor vision: "
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT for financing residential
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT**OF. have a refractive condition or r
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR. WAKULLA. Voting for the motion was Mr: e difficulty in focusing the .two BUILDERS I +:%-
COUNTY. AT LAW. *. =<' caulk Mr. ; and commercial Real-Estate
415 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Gowdy, Mr. Rodden eyes' aa team. Difficulty in
SEARS. ROEBUCf AND CO. ") ; SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND erry, Mr. Posey arid Mr. Crum. focusing can be overcome with .'

.. a foreign corporation.Plaintiff.. i !IN FOR CHANCERY.WAUKULLA CASE COUNTY NO.._FLORIDA... Moved by Mr.. Gowdy- and seeded -=th' use of correcting the,combined glasses ox_ within 100 miles of Tallahassee .'
by training use
-vs- 'WANDA KETCHENS thai .
V. ALICE POSEY. ) PLAINTIFF .*. by Mr.Posey* : the joi :the eyes The prevention of ;;>..
Defendant. ) VS. inutes of March11.1963'be.. : ap- farsightedness, nearsightedness: ";'
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NOTICE OF SUIT HORACE KETCHENS oved as read. and astigmatism j is still to be : ., ; ,. ... CONVENTIONAL LOANS
THE STATE OF"FLORIDt'TO .:. .DEFENDANT... . f discovered do "
: . . Voting for the motion was Mr. although we
Alice who is presently HOME 4
Posey. residing; know a great deal about howto .
r at 1200 Cordon .Street S.W.. AUanta, DIVORCE rowdy, Mr. Posey, Mr. Rodden prevent diseases. I CONSTRUCTION LOANS -
Geor ta. NOTICE TO APPEAR eye
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DEFENDANT GREETINGS THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: terry Mr.!. Paulk, and Mr. Crum. Eye infection formerly was a 1 .
You are hereby notified that an Mr..Horace Ketchens I Moved by Mr. Gowdy and sec leading cause of blindness !' ': DUPLEX AND MULTI-UNIT, .
action for replevin has "been filed New Orleans. Louisiana -
arainst you in the Circuit Court ol You are hereby notified that a.suit mded by Mr. Roddenberry that which has virtually disappeareddue .
Wakulla County, Florida at law. style for divorce has been brought against I to the use of. prophylactic RESIDENCE LOANS ,
Sears-Roebuck and Company vs. Alice vou in the Circuit Court of Wakulla Board establish its regular meeting drops in the eyes of all new- .
Posey; and you are hereby required u County.. Florida. In Chancery. by to be held on the first. born babies. Today only 10 BUYERS .
ur Answer with the Clerk of th Wanda Ketchens. and you are hereby Monday per HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS
Circuit Court and to serve a copy thereof required to file with the Clerk of the after the 12th of each month at cent of blindness is said to be ;.;:;
upon the plaintiffs attorney. Moon Circuit Court your written appearance caused by infection and the use* .
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& Henderson. Lewis State Bank Build- in said suit and to serve a copy of 8:00: a.m., and this motion super- r" \
of the antibiotic drugs is \
in,. Tallahassee. Florida on or before same on Plaintiffs attorney on or before sedes alt'policies newer COMMERCIAL LOANS .
the 18th of A. D. 1963. to the the '4th day of April. AJD. 1963. adopted prior to reducing this: figure.- .';.. .'
Complaint ath t.r.rllH fail not 01 Herein fail not or the Bill in this cause this date regarding regular meet- .F>AbbuH6 percent of 1 lindness "
judgment will be entered against you" win be taken pro confesso. ,, .
caused- diseases .
is by general'
of
ing the
by default. Witness the Honorable W. May Walker. Board. $
WITNEss.. My hand and seal of sale Judge of the said court. and the Voting for the motion Mr. such as diabetes hardening' pf ;,.i : .
Court in Crawfordville. Wakulla CountyFlorida seal thereof at Tallahassee Leon was the arteries and high blood ;
this 22nd day of March. A.D. Florida this 4th day of March Gowdy, Mr. '
County. Roddenberry, Mr. Po pressure. Almost half of blindness : PHONE 224-3161 *, :- '
1963. A. D.. 1963. : .
MOODY PEARCE. Moody Pearce sey, Mr. Paulk, and Mr. Crum. is now caused by cataract .. f-o. .' \.,.. .! 4"-:!' ,'

Clerk Wakulla of County.Circuit Court.Florida. Clerk.Wakulla Circuit County.Court Florida Moved by Mr. Posey and seconded and right if time surgery 95 is done cent of at the. Ask for Glenn McClellan or Walter DeMHIy '. : .".,;;," '.

JOHN D. BUCHANAN.; JR. George 1,. Harper by Mr. Gowdy that the per per. ..
01 Attorney at LawCrawfordville. sons thus afflicted can have : JI! :1r. ;
MOORE & HENDERSON Florida Board adjourn. : their,' sight saved. Glaucoma ...;-' -. :',
Lewis State Bank Building Mar. 7-14-M-2S. Voting for the abnormal tension within .
motion ( the
P. O. Box 986.Tallahassee. : Mr, Po- '
Florida. 'sey, Mr. Gowdy, Mr. Roddenberry eyeball) is a common cause of : ;
Attorney for Plaintiff. blindness and if discovered LEON
Mar. 28; Apr. 4-11-18.. Mr. Paulk and Mr. Crum. early enough it is possible to 2Jr f

HENRY .CRUM, ChairmanC. arrest the condition and 'pre-

L. TOWNSEND vent blindness in most cases. SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF TALLAHASSEE .

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Superintendent. Not many year ago it was' DOWNTOWIPARKWAY N.
estimated that ten per cent of SHOTTING
aunt DOWNTOWN: 111 South Monro. rAilWAY SHOPPING CENTER, Parkway and Mafnolii
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WITNESS WHEREOF By EVA'COgp131RThe -- - -- .
/ I have hereunto set my Jr., GJL met at the First r : "

x hand and caused'the Great ]Baptist Church inPanacea. with I
Seal of"the State of Florida : O.K. TIRE STORE
Cancer Society ]I nine members present. Mildred I .
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to be affixed at Tallahassee Johnson gave the G. A. Watch ,
the Capital this : / : 1840 South Monroe St.
Brings Data. word. The group joined in saying ;

Because cancer is still a serious 6th day of March, A.D. .the G. A.'s 5 Star Ideals.*The song GUARANTEED RECAPS
1963.ATTEST -Wonderful Words of Life" was
health problem: in .Florida, having
: (s). Farris BryantGOVERNOR Stella Dalton had chargeof i
been the cause of death of more sung. A1
than 8,300 persons last year, and .:, the prayer service rememberingour :
(s),Tom AdamsSECRETARY !,
with an expectancy of 16,000 new Missionaries. A program en- Best
cancer cases this year, GovernoiFarris OF STATESOPCHOPPY titled The: Tall Man" was given Good Better.

I Bryant has issued a procla- i- by Darleen Martinez. The meeting 4 4.

mation which endorses April as was adjourned with prayer. w...Y' r.

"Cancer Control Month" throughout NEWS Those present were: Stella Dalton,

the state. By LOUIS C. SAPP :Darieen Martinez, Cheryl Ed- 1f y,..

The Governpr's, proclamationstates Mrs. Annie Harms and Mr. and wards, Mildred Johnson, Ethel

: "1963 has been designatedas Mrs. Ralph Brown left, Saturdayon Stokely, Deborah ,Randall, Judy vi1;

., the Year of the Volunteer by a trip to South Florida. They Nichols, Starr Rudd, Mrs. James lf i 4sN .

the American Cancer Society. It will visit Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Burke. : : .

is a tribute to more than 65,000 Harms of Wabasso and Mr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Paramoreof .
men and women in Florida, and Mrs. H. L. Harms, of Riviera Quincy spent a few days herein ,. : : ", <:a;L Y. THE THE DUAL 1R WAY DIAL SAM

the 2000.000 throughout the nation Beach. Panacea at their cottage.Mr. .. C- V SO 95'.n S1A95"
who have dedicated themselves The Revival at the Methodist and Mrs. Forest Coxen and S g R .
to the fight against cancer. Church closed Thursday evening, friends from Indiana left Sundayfor 6 TJ.MSIMKAI >ts MhlSTMhM

Nassau. They will be there ..
"The recognition of the volunteer -: .y SAVM6S UMftAft SAVMO
also serves, to emphasize how mere. for several days"cruise. ON ALL SUB ON ALL IIZD

these dedicated people have helped list. There was a good audience Dr. Frank Petrusnek and family 'n iw { r ri e AIOVI MICES Amr TO EITHU HACK 01 WHTTIWAU. Tuiara ot Tutt.TTPt -

to bring progress in cancer control, every evening. Many people from of Birmingham, Ala. and John .....t.....TILL.........T .
evidenced by the fact that more Crawfordville and other churches Roberts and family of Tuscumbia

than 1,300,000 Americans are alive attended. were the weekend guests of Ed FRONT END ALIGNMENT ... '
and well, five years after attacks The Darcus Class of the MElon and Gracie Allen. F : :) : 'r-.

from cancer. In 1937, the ,figure Baptist Church at Smith Mr. and Mrs. B. Jay Owens of I COMPLETE $5 ? .,

stood at only 160,000. Creek held their Cottage Prayer Tallahassee were down for a few Y..Mu..1,c.-eI"iM.s
I' "To speed the final victory over Services last week in the following days at their cottage. Light but durable Is this aluminum culvert, as shown by the pretty _
Barwick miss using only hand to this section. A 20-foot -
cancer, and try to reduce cancer's homes: Charles and Barbara one support long -
mounting .death, rate of more than Monday-the home of Mrs. Opal have a new baby daughter, born section 18 Inches In diameter weighs less than 100 pounds, yet. Is so YOUR AT YOUR MONIY 0. K.nil SACK.STOil PLUS-NATIOM.WIDI CUSTOMCt JATttf MONtY ACTION SACK IS GUARANTEE 6UAIAMTUB HON.Ot .

8,300 citizens in Florida atyne, the Anderson, the leader was Quintus Monday, March 18th. They have rugged the pipe has been approved for heavy duty highway use by CUD AT INDEPENDENT 0. K.TIRE STO'ES FROM COAST-TO.COAST.

J;, American Cancer Society is de- Kyle, with 38 present.. named her Melanie. Congratulations -, the American Association of Highway Officials. Florida Culvert /

termined to intensify its effort to Tuesday-home of Mrs. Jack on your new baby. _. Manufacturing, of,Clearwater, pioneered development of the aluminum LOCALLY
drain used counties in Florida and will demonstrate MIRE STORE I owwR R wnArs
pipes now by 38 -
the leader Mrs. Wil- Congratulations
bring life-saving facts to the public Langston, was Gillie and Ge- RY
; to improve services to the'cancer lie Langston, ,with 35 present. neva Barwick on your new grand Its strength ed'aclaptabWty at the Florida Industries Exposition TKUIN6ALANCINC ilM"'_VII ft
patient, and to accelerate: its Wednesday-the home of Mrs.J. daughter. Know that you are In Orlando April, 2326. .. SlPtNCiI. 1840 South Monroe St. MUMCMTOWttlr.ii

cancer research programs. B. Kyle, the leader was Mr. really proud c! her.

"To this end, every citizen of Earnest Pierce, with 28 present. Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Owens of I.;. .

the state of Florida is urged to observe Thursday-the home of Mrs. Albany, Georgia are spending a ALL PURPOSI13IN.ONE80IL .

I Cancer Control Month by Clyde Kyle, the leader was Mrs. few days here,at their cottage.

giving support to the American Eunice Kyle, with"28 present. Marvis Thomas and Leonard

Cancer Society and learn the facts Friday-the home of Mrs. PearCook Crum came in Saturday morningfor

about cancer that are vital to personal the leader was Bro. Gray, a short stay here. Oils Everything

protection against the dis- with 29 present. It is nice to see Abbie Snyderup .

ease." Mr..J. B. Anderson, a student of again. Hope her trouble is Prevents Rust

The Governor's official docu- the University of Florida, was the over and she will stay well. 1 .y

ment was presented to three Society week-end guest of his aunt, Mrs. Bubba Allen got a real bad cut KituioasmrncnticMTMMEDART

t volunteers at a brief cere- Tom McPhail and Mrs. Mattie Re- on his right hand on Friday. Hadto --

mony at the Executive Offices in velle. have stitches taken in it.

Tallahassee. The recipients were: Mrs. Stevie Revell and Mr. S. The First Baptist Church of NEWS

Mrs. Fred Kibilka, Quincy, representing W. Revell transacted business in Panacea dedicated the organ Sun-

4 Florida's 65,000 volunteers Tallahassee Monday, day that was given to them by Mr. and Mrs. Carl White and

who will participate in the 1963 Mrs. Rufus'H.'Y ent of Tallahassee Dr. and Mrs. William North. I family of Tampa visited in the

educational and Fund-Raising was the guest of her mother, Frank and Flo Hames of Panacea county and spent most 'of' their

Crusade; Mrs. H. Eugene Bass, Mrs." Tom Roberts over the week- left Tuesday morning for At- time fishing, which they enjoy so

Tallahassee, represents the 1,300- end. lanta, Ga. They will be there fora well.Mr. -
000 Americana who have been, Mr and Mrs. Ernest Rodden- few days while Mrs. Flo Hames and Mrs. Byron Miley and

cured of cancer; James (Jimmy berry, son Robert, and Mrs. Rod- has a medical checkup by her doc- family of Atlanta spent the week-

Kynes, executive assistant to the denberry's mother, Mrs. Gus Stalk- tors. end at their home and also trying
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Governor, is the 1963 volunteer ner, have returned from a trip to J.'L. Thomas is in the Carrabelle their luck fishing.

State Crusade Chairman. Kynes South Florida.Mr. Hospital., Seems like a bad case of Mrs. Ernest Hewitt was a business !.
in accepting the official document J. F. Stein of Tallahassee visitor in Medart Saturday.

said, "As the State.Crusade Chair- was a social visitor in Sopchoppy, flu.Gus Brumby. is somewhat im Mr. and Mrs Clarence Goode of

man, I am concerned with raisingthe I ,Friday. proved. Lanark Village visited Mr. and

funds which are needed to Miss Linda Roddenberry, a stu- Members of the First Baptist Mrs. John Pigott Sunday after
on the Society's of dent of the Southern College, "
carry programs r* v4e.t
Church in Panacea attended
Public Education, Research and L&keiand,'Is' home for the Spring YoiShTlaHy m Tallahassee Satur-a noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Penny Council and 0 5' again-be* ..r.paid JMMt. % : sus

Patient Services. We need the holidays. day night.. Members prey nt were: son 'of Tallahassee spent Sunday cos of each electric:.->;tanl.Fo, '> ,orwote Bs-ae";
cooperation and a fair share in Reverend Harry Pelt from with Mr. and Mrs. Steve ,Pigott.
Kathy Whetstone Rebecca -P acing a flame-type appliance
contributions from Crawfordville will fill the place of
everyone Burke, Shirley.Johnson, Lessie Pi- Jessie Carter, Johnny Strick-
whether it be neckels and Reverend Richard Sprague. Sop-
dimes
gott, Linda Thomas, Karen Tully, land, Betty Sue McLaughlin, Lan-
,from the youngsters in school; choppy"Methodist Church: at 11:00 Judy Vause, Kenny Crum, Ray nie Spears, Linda Pigott, Ethel I
who have joined the fight against a.m. Sunday. Reverend Sprague Stokley, Marie Whaley, Steve Pi-
Graham Wayne Richardson Allen
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cancer, families on whom residential wit lbe in Greenville for a week as Richardson, Steve Stevens, Jr., gott and Rev. Stiger attended the "' 0' fJlt IjJ li IJqp 1IIYfIJ AII"'IO

workers will call, or business the; main speaker for a. revival in Mrs. Burke, Rev. :Burke.A youth rally at the Immanuel Bap- b rv &=a
firms and organizations of all the Methodist Church.
and tist Church in Tallahassee Satur-
missionary spoke they
types and sizes. There's no doubt We are glad to have Past Mas- day night.
also had a Fish Fry.
about it,* the fight against cancer ter Warren Harden at work again Mrs. Nannie Posey was honored
Mrs. H. D. Barton, is a patientat
requires strong financial support.We after being ill with the flu. T.M.H. and was under Sunday at a birthday dinner on ,
need more research in cancer The Sopchoppy Lions Club held surgery her 86th birthday. Six of the children
today. Carla Sue Yon from Cot- ....
and leukemia and we must expandour their regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. were present. She also has '"
tondale will operate the beauty
Public Education and Service March 15, with a number of out- 20 grandchildren and 28 great-
in
shop Mrs. Barton's absence.
Programs. I do hope that all citizens of-town guests present.Mr grandchildren. Those present were

throughout the state will respond and Mrs. Roy Ashmore of Mr. and Mrs. Bessinger from

generously to the appeal, Tallahassee visited Mrs. Ashmaris ST. MARKS NEWSMr. Ocala Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Stahal "

To Cure More Give More" mother, Mrs. Mae Lawhon Sunday.Mr. from Tampa, Mr. and Mrs. Noah
and "Fight Cancer With A Health and Mrs. Sasser of Meigs, r
Harry DeShazo has returned Posey, M 1. Dora. From Tallahassee -
Checkup and A Check." Ga.,' ere visitors in Sopchoppy after an extended visit in : Mr. and Mrs. M, C. Willis, Plan your cooking ,

last week. East Orange, NJ. due to illness in Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Revelle. Mr.

., PROCLAMATIONSTATE Mr. Thomas Porter, Jr., visited the family. He reports that he is and Mrs. Joe Fayne, Mr. and Mrs. 'th relax I I! "
OF FLORIDA relatives inTallahaasee: e, Saturday. very happy,to be back iIt'the warm Hyndricks Willis, r. and Mrs. .. en, : J.'t '

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT sunshine of the South again and Fletcher Durrance, Mr. and Mrs. \ >!,

TALLAHASSEE ... he plans to spend much of his time Remus Cook, Martha Green. There ; ,
WHEREAS, the' President of
CRAWFORDVILLE'PERSONALS fishing. were many present from the coun -
hen United States, by direction of Kay Cogdill of FSU was the ty and from all accounts they had

Act of Congress, has( proclaimed week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. plenty to eat. O AUTOMATIC COOKING .easy /

April as Cancer Control T. A. Raker of Crawfordville. Pat Harvey, son of Mr. and set oven timer starts and stops cook "

Month, andWHEREAS Mrs. Bobby 'Posey has returnedto Mrs. Evelyn Harrell of Tallahassee Mrs. Homer Harvey and his ship- ing automatically minute i timer
1963 has been spent the week-end with,her mate Gordon of Austin
her home from the Tallahassee Neeley signals 1 to 60 seconds
designated as THE YEAR OF, Memorial Hospital. children here and visited friends. Texas, spent the weekend visiting

THE VOLUNTEER by theAmerican The Rev and Mrs. Luther She reports that she is, enjoying Pat's: relatives. Both are aboard
o BIG 23" MASTER OVEN wide
Cancer Society, to pay Stokes and their children Paula, her new job and her new home, the USS James C. Owens out of > :

tribute to the more than 65,000. and John were dinner guests of but misses Wakulla County.Mr. Charleston, S.C. ,., opening door holiday feasts or
men and women in Florida andthe and Mrs. Fred ;. cooking four cakes on
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keightley, Fri- Oliver who Mr. Roscoe Langston getting ; everyday

2,000,000 throughout the nation day night. have resided here for many years about and recovering nicely from one shelf or a big turkey even- .
who have dedicated themselves
Madge Kempton of Sarasota, have moved into their new homein his broken foot. He had. the cast heat broiler for sizzling steaks
to the
fight against cancer,
Wakulla.Mr. .
removed last week.
Angela Hitchcock of Melbourne. -, *
and .
Aileen Holley of Miami Marilyn Benny Shields, son of Mr.
FOUR HIGH-SPEED CALROD SURFACE -
WHEREAS THE YEAR OF
and Mrs.
Curtis Shields who is
DeLand of Key West, Mary Ann stationed -
THE VOLUNTEER serves to em- v UNITS PUSHBUTTON CONIxTROLLED -
i Pace of Tallahassee visited with : with the U.s. Coast Guardin Texas Deer [
?hasize how these dedicated people Cuba ', fast cooking wfeSiotrt
Billie Helyn Hammick last week. spent one night with his ;
have helped to bring progress in Released In Florida L
: The girls are all student nurses at praents, last week. .flame efficiency plus economy -
control evidenced
cancer by the F.s.U; and spent the day at the Mr. J. O. Pope, Sr., has retunted PANAMA CITY -:-, ;Eighteen
act that in 1963 than
I XkO Americans more 1,300- Satterfield beach home near Alligator here after spending the winter in 'eras deer trapped on, the famous FAMOUS G-E EASY-CLEAN FEATURES
are alive and well,
Point. South Florida. Sing Ranch, were recently released ;
five years after attacks from cancer lift off oven' door for sink
Mr. and -Mrs. Robert Jackson Mr. Paul Watts visited his at Point Washington by the
while in 1937 the figure stoodt cleaning no-drip cooktop protecWRoon
I and children from Ocala spent the brother, Mr. and Mrs:. J. A. Watts Game and Fresh Water Fish Com
andWHEREAS
160,000, weekend with friends .in Crawford- during the week-end on his way mission, according to Jrl 1t:Whiaen-
is still taking -
cancer "
vine. to West Palm Beach. hunt, regional manage/,f Panama
the lives of more than 8,300 -
fellow Floridians and Scotty Jackson and John Stokes LU-Col. and Mrs. Albert H Hol- City. Dy
were guests of Gregory Keightley man of Tampa were the week-end A total of 68 deer were trucked 9S'.i
WHEREAS, to speed the final $229
over the weekend. guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. into, Florida for release throughout :
victory over the American
cancer '
Those attending the dedicationof Steve Coggins. theState in partial exchange for
Cancer Society most Intensify its
the Educational Building at the Postmaster and Mrs. James Cox wild turkeys delivered to Texas
caving
efforts to bring life ,facts WfTH
Methodist Church in MonticeHo, of Quincy spent Thursday night at last February Some were purchased -
to the public, to Improve" the care TJtA
I of the cancer patient, and to accel Sunday night, were Mr. and Mrs. the home of Mr. and Mrs J. S. by interested groups. The TIME TO CHANGE -

rate its cancer research larry Pelt and children; Mr. and CogdilL On Friday they all left balance represented purchase by
programs Mrs. Fred Keightley. Scotty Jackson for a tour of post offices In the the Game and Fish. Commission -,

NOW; THEREFORE* ; Farris and Gregory Keightley and northern part of Florida on bUsiness from replacement money received THE ELECTRIC RANGE AND WATER HEATER
Miss Ethel Vause. for the Florida Chapter of the as penalties for illegal deer kills
, Bryant, by virtue of the authority
Mr. and Mrs. Walkerwere National Association of Postmas- The Point Washington Sports-
George
vested in of the
Governor
State of Florida me as, doheMV.- proclaim hosts Wednesday evening to ters. They spent part of the week- Ben's Club, and- interested individuals FOR BETTER LIVING ELECTRICALLYTully's '

the Legislative Committee of the end at Jacbonville"Be&eh and attended purchased 12 deer and requested -
April, 1963, asCANCER
CONTROL MONTH Wakulla County Education Asso- a district meeting at Or- their placement in a*pubic -

in Florida and urge'tfeat, elation with Senator'Luther Tucker ''aDge Park Sunday. hunting. :area..- "Members ,gath- Motor
every Service
and Representative' Bobby Ruse red to watch them scamper into
citizen of our State eaerre this "
r guests. palmetto shrouded.Point W shing- :
month through increased supportof as : -< ,: >. ton.--none the worse for the r'..37 T, <' ?*-*'

the AmericanCaseer Society ::..... The honeymoon is reaH T hour journey. ,* i; "V-- "
, learning the facts beet ca&c over when there are more* I W'" ; CfcAWFOSDVILlE FLORID
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I Honor Roll Jaycees : :.
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-' ; u the proof is in the planting, Sopchoppy .
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.:.; foresters are sure a better pine The honor roll:!or the fourth six 1st The Florida Forest Service :

iI.;:'- ., .t..,.. .- 'I[.,tree is on the way. weeks for ithe;i : "Sopchoppy High The Wakulla County- Jaycees Announced the following rainfall !

One year ago 'some very special School as.follows: will start their Fishing Rodeo on! recored at Wakulla County towers: I i
: pine seed were planted by the Twelfth Grade; All A's-Sarah ,
April 1, according to Jaycee for the week 7
r-rSTORE Florida Forest Serrice near Itfun- Beth Strickland; A and B-Linda .
President Clayton Oaks. '
of I
son, Florida. The eedUngs came Striblihg, Roge = Stokely, Rebecca Oaks said that prizes will be March 19.1963 through ,
:: through nicely, and now these Burke. f r. March 25.1963Crawfordville .
given away each week for catchesof 1
small trees have been lifted from Eleventh Grade; A and B-Dorothy ;
Spanish Mackerel Kingfish,
: : "SALE their nursery beds and trans- Gray, Jimmy Henderson Con- Blue) Fish Speckler Trout. Tower .00 t
WIDE planted. nie Wilson'June! Roberts Mark
Weighing stations will be provided Newport Tower .10 i
About five years from now, the Roddenberry/Betty Sue McLaugh- I
I
G at the following places in Average .05
- i proof of the plantiag will be'lin. ,-
6 the county: W. A. Lynn's Dock,
/ known. Gauging can hardly be I
Ninth Grade-Kathy Whetstone,
tr Curtis Shields Marina, Shell Island
done earlier than that, Florida FIBS REPORT t
Martha Faye Sherrod.
> : l':, 8 DAYS STARTING FRIDAY. Forest Service nurserymen report.' Eighth Grade; (Section A), AllA's 'Fish Camp Camp in all Spring of St. Marks Creek;; King-Bud's'Fish Fires to date, this year 16 !

-- 'J But inbred qualities of these spe- -Rowland Brown, Jerry Sanders. fish Lodge, Trade Winds Fires to date last year 12 ;
? cial. seedlings should show in faster A and B-Eugene Funderv Pier
Oaks Shopping Center, in Panacea. Acres to date this year 106.9 1
growing pine trees of higher than Franklin Evans
,
burk Timothy
Entrance fee for the duration of :Acres to date last 2U.6S ,
MARCH 29 marked self- year
," : average quality Gray, Ellen McKenzie, Pauline Re-
the tournament will be
only $1.00
resistance .1.L.
pruning ability, disease veil.
;s per person and they will be eligible I
straightness and small efficient Eighth Grade, (Section B) ; And
for of the prizes. \
any
-' Ends April 6 crowns. B-Adronna Anderson, Janice t\
The Joycees tournament will run r
These seedlings-known as series Alice
-: Thompson, Mary McKenzie '
through June 1, 1963 with severalfish -
MM"_ one year are showing Cox.
" Wanda
t comparatively faster and more Seventh Kaye Grade; A ,and BBoby frys and street dances to beheld WE HAVE NEW SHIPMENT OF ",
the
.' : uniform growth than average seedThey're Tully.' Mike ,Roddenberry, President during Oaks period.said .I 1
: SUITSsSpring that .
.
COMPLETE BEDROOM over.thirty '
: lings. off to a good start, Henry McDonald. : Ladies Jamacia Shorts .
is prizes have been given so ,
and evidence promising.
early
Sixth Grade A and B-Starr
Mattress Bookcase Bed ; One group in the test series,. Rudd David Evans.-; far and that a special prize wouldbe s
-
the marksof given to the lady who catchesthe : "
; M-816. already shows Fifth Grade; .All A's Jerry largest Kingfish. 'j .: Ladies Knee Pants. :

10 Yr. Guarantee a thoroughbred. Simmons, Dora Pigott, Cheryll .
Foresters and nurserymen collected -, Evans. A and B-John Pigott Oaks said a partial list of the .-,* i J
the flowers of prizes are shown in this story and -
pollen from Rita Tully, Jean Carter, Mitchell Slacks .
Special more will be told of next week. Tapered ,
selected The'
.j"; / above-average, pines. Lawhon, D. W. Sanders Harvie I
The prizes follows
are as :
flowers of other elite trees were Stokely Rita Rudd Lora Kyle
.
1. Robinson Tackle Co.

: $149.95 fertilized pollen.with Later the specially. cones were selected -'i/!Mitzi Elaine Colvin Revel,Vonnciel Yvonne Revell.McKenzie' lanta, Ga. At- Blouses-, from $1.00 to .,' $2.98 ';

Heavy Deep Sea Rod and
: collected from the "cross" and the i, Fourth Grade; A and B-Shir- .

:-', progeny seeds planted.In Mathers Barbara Reel. \
.. Icy Crum, Nell ,
Light Deep Sea Rod and I
Florida
of the
division
i" -i another ;Thompson, Tony Anderson Chas. Reel. 3-PieceSets $1.98-2 Pair,Shorts 1 ,
: Forest Servicetree improvement '
Porter, Stan Whaley, Dell Spears ,
2. Freeman Co.
:i: = 3 PCS. BEDROOM SUITE program, grafted trees are i Joyce Metcalf, Judy Sander. All Ala. Columbia, blouse

. ; growing in seed orchards. The! A.-D.elbert Roberts.

: '. '. grafted scions, or branch tips., Third Grade; all A's-Debra Re- Tackle Box-Equipped.
Only 3. Shield's Cafe St. Mark's.Heavy .
taken from selected mature i '
, were
veil. A and B Chuck Birch,
! pines judged superior in every re Kathy Brakebill Susan Carraway, :Model 89 duty ZEBCO.Spinning Reel, Boy's Shirts One Dollar and .upChildren's

spect. Seeds from the grafted I Maxie Lawhon, Lisa McKenzie,
: 4. W. A. Lynn's Dock St
i L $89.95SPRING stock will be available in eight or Naomi McKenzie, Mike 'Musachio, Marks.

: .10 years. John Smith Joe Tully, Dianne
Deep Sea Rod and Reel. Two Piece Suits $1.00
I i :Fanners would not care to plant Vause.f
5. Myer's Lodge St. Marks.
, t the types; of corn that Indians Second and Third combinaUon-
(
2 Night Lodging for 12 peo- j
. sowed hundreds of years ago., David Carraway Debbie Barwick. *
ple.
: SALE. Newly developed corn varietiesavailable i Second Grade; A and B-Helen 6. St. Marks Cafe & Motel .

' today are far.superior... Roussey John Lloyd Roberts. Tackle Box. LINZY'S GENERAL STORE
: Why should lanwowners planttrees First Grade A & B-Debbie
;
.. MAGEE CARPETS 7. Bo's Gro. St. Marks.A .
which are-the same as those! Sanders, Debra Yohn Dawn Rous III .
prize 2 weeks
which stood in virgin forests hundreds LaTrona Fuller McKenzie every ,
sey, Loyce -
;:; ;'COMPLETE STOCK-ALL COLORS of ? throughout the Tournament.
Phillis
years ago Carraway Raymond 8. Lynn's Markette Rite St.
i
-
:.. 4,- < Foresters are assured that bet Smith, Wayman Brinson,, MarksIce COMPLETE

ter trees-especially pines-will l Michael Crum Gerald Duggar,, Chest. Tallahassee

eventually be developed.* Sam Joe Thomas Amanda
Dunlap FLORIST i
9. Curtis Shields -St. Marks.
Large scale production of seedlings Henderson Faye Metcalf, Janice
Deep Sea Reel and Rod and
; JOHNSON'SFurniture forests for planting can be will gradually follow. Florida "ugraded" p-. Vause. \ Landing Net. Flowers &. Candy Inc. SERVICE

10. Shell Island St. Marks.
as improved plantatioiubecome J
more widespread.Trees Panacea Scouts ZEBCO '33' Reel., .
11. T. L. Guide .
: ; Co. and tree products general Elect Officers Stockley ( ), #

one-half billion dollars annuallj Panacea. ... .
' 510 W. Tenn. St. for Florida's economy. A IUperiOJpine Girl Scout Troop Number 101 Day's Speckled. Trout .

tree-faster growing rind oi,f elected: new officers March 18. Fishing.

.' better quality could add millloniof I Mrs. Rybicki is their leader. The 12. (Uncle) Bill Harrington' :. i>., '. Formerly TUIman'd I/

dollars more to the foreslwealth new officers are Patrol Leader, ,Panacea.< .: 105 EAST JEFFERSON STREET F

of the Sunshine State.Nice..New.Carl Betty Jean Taylor; Assistant 1 Day's Speckled Trout \ __ I
I Leader, Darleen Martinez; Secre- Fishing. \

tary Patsy Barwick; Reporter 13. Oaks Shopping Center i-

...." Minnie Porter; Dues Treasurer Panacea. : : .... cI I
Alice Taylor; Cookie Treasurer One pair Water Skis and -

Margaret Barwick; Game Leader, Tow Rope and, a ZEBCO PHONE 224-5023' TALLAHASSEE,- FLORIDA

Deborah Randall; Song Leader, '33' Spinning Reel and Rod. .

Helen Taylor) ; Inspectors Stella 14. Oaks Motel and Restaurantat t ;J-i. or WA 6-33Q1 CRAWFORDVILLE
; :. ; ,
.
Panacea Bridge. .
Dalton and Cheiyll Edwards.We .J. I" 1 1 -- -
I are very glad to welcome Dinners for two each week

back two of our old members Patsy throughout the Tournament. : ; '
..- 15. Nichols Service Station :
v and Deborah Barwick. We are :
very grateful to the Woman's Club Panacea. 4 -Lt -

> .... # for the.use of their club house and Foam Ice Chest. :: .
-
we wisl to1 thank them for futureuse 16. Vause's Gro. -- Panacea. .

r' of the 'building.Sportsmen. Tackle' Box. .

17. (Pop) Ammonson's Service ,.... ,.,.. -,- .'
Station 'Pan -
eea. "

To 15 gallons gas. ,
18. Panacea Service Station -
Meet TonightThe Panacea. nsq1

Wakulla County Sports- 10 gallons gas.

;. mans Club will hold a meeting tonight 19. Piggots Service Station -

Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in Medart.
caf Mac.us, the courthouse. 10 gals. gas. si

President George Harper of the 20. Cooper's Wakulla Ice Co.- .:

newly organized all! Crawfordville.Deep .
group urges
: sportsmen and hunters to attend. Sea Reel & Rod. +
!
": Moody Pearce, secretary to the 21. Tully's Garage &: Service

,
. -, club said a complete roster is be- Station Crawfordville..
" One Oil Change.
ing prepared. .
: Both officers said that by the 22. H. T. Adams Garage &: ':-

I sportsmen being organized that Service Station. Crawfordvil1e. -'

much could be done'for the .
f / '> .Yes.it Js nice This more
: a
.- new car. year's One Grease Job.
,, "
and fish'management of this
r '::7. -' .! ',,,,: models game 23. John Price Real Estate : : iM*
.: .:,- are really something: county and,that better hunting and -- -
: ;- .- Panacea.
tAre .. fishing would be the ultimate goal. -
: '..""' ;; .. Two $10.00 Cash Prizes. Ir i

... y ;; : : you: "due" for a change? -- : : ::. : 'jt' 24. Mac's Gro. & Service Station .- ;-;- .. -\* ,. :3, ',
. -
, .., ;;;; : -Medart. "
,
t :r:. !y :; 10 Gallons Gas.
,
- :, ::..', 'If your car has reached the SO,000 mile .... .. ..
. '- .......,- :': v. 25. Capt. Preston Robison >! (t. ... : t"l: ;. .Z.' .
: ) .
t p lI' .' middle age" mark repairs are likely to Panacea.
Two Sea
Deep Fish Trips on
,: : mount so high that it would be the ''' ,1H. $ .
f', -: { up more: < Hermosa. ,:' : :: 1 ;: : /

. ', ':' economical to trade,it in, and start fresh. ;<, :' : 20* Faivers Restaurant.- Pan- .
: : r. ;:\' acea Bridge. ;
: :
; :1t /Joy . _
i
M
,
: "./ ,
; : 4.,('* "- t Dinners for Two each week <. .:1\ '

,t' Even; more important: if have throughout the Tournament. -
,' you
any
:o ,'. f 27. Capt. Paul Strickland St. All My Hats \ ,

: doubts about the safety of your present ,--", Marks. \.
r "
'
" k' : car.make a change now. Ice Chest. At' Deebs The .. ;,
;::. : !L.t"i: :;. '. \ t. 28. Motel 98 -.St.Marks, '. ,

.?r.' ...... $:l--;f-,._.4. 'v:.. ,, ; a$f 1.:. 2 night's. lodging- for (!---people : .. 'Secret Is' They Have .

i' -. 29. Allen's. Trade"Winds .
Pier-
:;: ,' !::::;'f i: ; :. .', Panacea Bridge.Deep .-, Hats" From $2.98 to:; $24-95! .

;: f l*' Wont to lower the .cost of your .oar without : Sea Rod &: Reei.Z..sstsgfsr l.' ,
< : ,
:
k; sacrificing a single feature? Finance it at our 4f'J.. 'Why Don't YouTryj"HAT;

CLASSIC-Favored attire for
,, .,bask rates. Another advantage:.you build up = the young man about town: aa .
.
SlT Eton suit of washable, wear- 1',>> .
ir\ local bank credit here-to make improvements able cotton. In navy and. white ,. ., ,
miniature checks, If by Imp
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on yo\ir home, meet emergencies, or \
'OridDala..Wa.
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for other purposes, in the years ahead. j...
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