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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
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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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Bill Designed to World Mission .. Tucker-Russ Support


Improve: fishing WeekAprifl2th ,

T.l1 ""Me--A bill designed to The First Baptist! Church of
improve Florida's fresh water Crawfordville will- observe World Training Center Bill

fishing, establish fish management Mission Week, April 12th 6:00-
areas, and change the present fishing 11:00 pan. Adults will study

license structure was introduced "Christisnity and World Re- For Rural Areas

this morning by Representative ligions" by E. Luther Copeland.The ,
Lawton M. Chiles -Jr. of major religions of the world L ..
,Polk County. Buddhism, Hinduism Warn Juda- t Senator Luther Tucker and Representative Bobby Russ are

According to Chiles,: the Fresh-' lam and others are discussed and respectively introducing bills in the House and Senate to

Water: Fishing Improvement their challenge to Christianity is ,establish Vocational Training Centers in the state in areas
is one of the most progressivs presented. This.book will be taught
that are not now served by Junior Colleges.
steps taken toward a continual Improvement by Mrs. Phil Maxwell, Mr.Hugh
This legislation is of Northwest Flor-
great importance to
and full utilization
Kinsey and Rev. T. J. Barnett of
this valuable natural resource in' Tallahassee. The book for :young -r ida's rural counties that at this time"do not have at their disposal -

Rev. Fulton B. Bryan uver twenty years. If we wish: to people Intermediates -"Missions facilities for teaching vocational training.
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enjoy the wonderful fishing is, and Me" by Lvyloy and Amelia If the introduced bills pass a
Church Florida in the future -
First that have
: Baptist we Bishop. much needed center will be estab-
had in the past, then 111MI'M Chamber FishingTournament
suchas This
book is designed to help k lished in Tallahassee to serve Wa,
Will Hold Revival l are included in this Bill .
I must,
I young people gain a better understanding kulla, Franklin, Gulf, Gadsden and I Gets
The' First Baptist Church of be, provided for. of God's plan for the Leon counties in this immediate
Crawfordville will be In revival The Fresh Water. Fishing Improvement : salvation of the world. This book Start

with the Rev.: Fulton B. Bryan ai Bill would Increase the, will be taught by Mn. X. A. area.These centers will make it possible Bang-up
,the Evangelist. cost of a fishing: license by. one Strickland and Mrs. S. A. Cowell. for those who do not desireto The Wakulla County Junior
The Rev. Bryan Is pastor of' the dollar. This dollar increase would The Juniors will study "Keep attend institutions of higher Chamber of Commerce fishing

Clement Baptist Church in Vermont beset aside to be used for fisheries Telling the Story" by Roberta .., learning to get vocational trainingin tournament got off to a bang-up
Ga. management' and fishing imprOve- Ryan, former missionary to Chile, many of the mechanicial and start with several nice Mackerel
The first service of the revival ment. Other provisions in the Bill now on the editorial staff at the technical fields in industry. It is and Trout catches.

will be Sunday night, April 'If.at Include framework for establishment Baptist Spanish Publishing House also purported that many phases The winners of the first weeks
8:00: pjn. Evening services will of fish management+ areas in El Paso, Tex. The book tells of electronics could be taught in prizes were Mr. Ennis Bass of
continue through the week at 7:45 through a cooperative agreement of three juniors who' meet with a these centers. Tallahassee, fishingout of Shields
between the Game and Fresh Water Marina in St. Marks, with his
p.m. Our youth are looking for, missionary couple each Saturday Russ and Tucker have been ableto
ward to special morning; services Fish Commission and the Boardof during a summer, find out the solicit the support of membersof 4% pound Spanish Mackerel.Mr. .

Monday":'Friday at 7:15 &.In., County Commission In which meaning of world missions.: This both houses as co-introducers of Earl Cummings of Panacea
Dogghtnuta and fruit juice will be: such fish management areas srej book will be taught by Miss Rou- these bills. had the largest King Mackerel of

served by the church.,Rev. BI'f&I1'.1: located. To fish in an area whichis melle Bowen of Tallahassee.The "The need for this type training the week. Mr. Cummings made his
message for this hour under management by the,Game book for use with primaries center is apparent throughout the prizewinning catch out of the

I' planned to meet the need of young and Fresh Water Fish Commission is "God Loves Everybody" by 4. state and it' will enable great Oaks shopping center in Panacea.

1 people. We will dismiss promptlyat all fishermen, except children Jester Summers. The book aims to numbers of the citizens of Floridato His' King weighed 13.pounds' and
8:00 under 15 and residents more help children know that God loves Yankee Catcher and Berra his 8 ounces.
a.m. coach Yogi sharpens up batting eye keep in step with the needs of '
the public is cordially invited to. than 65 :years of age, would,be required everyone and to lead them in finding 'with Ginger Johnson, lovely Week! Wachee Mermaid, as she gives him industry in the rapidly growing In the Speckle Trout: division, a
come and share these revival to have a license. A resident way to help others know and an assist with his equipment during a spring training game last week. 2% pounder landed by Mr. W. H.
With this catch, Yogi not be the star catcher of the but specialized fields, Russ said.
church. of the county fishing with,a love God. may year Bradley: of Panacea Bridge took
with
services our he has a good chance of being an all>star coach! Senator Tucker stated, "It is my
cane pole on an area not under Begiiner children will study home the Honors. Mr. Bradley was
At the recent regularly scheduled meeting of the Wakulla County 4-H opinion that this type facility will,
active management of the Game "Helping Others Learn About Electric Club the members had as their guest Mr. Black, Safety Specialist do for those who fishing out of Aliens Tradewlnds
youngsters
Resolution Sent and Fresh Water Fish Cbmmis-] Jesus" by Marjorie Smith The of Talquin Electric. Mr. Black demonstrated mouth to mouth resusci more. Pier when he caught his prize
ion would still not be required to of' this book is to help tation and artificial heart pump to the members and parents present. are mechanically inclined than winner.
purpose Each member and had the to his skill any other type training."
To GovernorPalm parent opportunity actually try For their
have license. prizes, Mr. Ennis Bass
a children become aware of the
at this lifesaving procedure on a life-size dummy specially built for Both Seaator Tucker and Repre-
Beach, Fla.-The Florida Chiles said,'I am confident that friendly _people around them and': 'this type of training. sentativa.,Russ said that in our of 1502 Atkimire Dr., Tallahassee
Council of 100 urged the legislature fisheries management can re to help them see opportunities for I' rural areas of Northwest Floridait wins two nights lodging, at Myers
Intermediates
to "give deep, consideration store our present waters to productive sharing with others. These books Mrs. Jack Shafton Cottages in St. Marks, Dinners
to the full program" for higher fishing areas, just ill I am will ,be taught, by Mrs. Charles Mrs.. Jack Shafton, the.,former .will-,fur enable'our" people to com for two at the Oaks at Panacea
Elect Officers p *i lfcT income earnings in
education recommended. by theBoard sure that each county in Florida Mona Jackie Morrison of Wakulla "':.'... .. Bridge, and Deep Sea rod and red
of Control in resolution contains lakes streams and rivers The challenge to Christianity County,and Tallahassee, died Wed The Intermediate GA.'.' o'-'the' specialized fields that now are'be- from Coopers Wakulla Ice C0m.pany .-

[sent today to Governor Bryant, that resperately need a progressive will be brought by the Rev. H. C. ,nesday night, April 3rd,, at her First Baptist Church of Crawford- these ingbrought jobs.Fuqua. into the state for of Crawfordville.Mr. .
Senate President WilsonCarraway fishing improvement program.I Meador of Tallahassee.. home in Hollywood of a heart at- ville, have. elected their officers. Cummings of Panacea wins

and House Speaker Mallory Horne. have seen the results of management Special music will be brought tack.. She was 36 years old. They are President Kathy Strick two nights lodging at Myers Lodge
The resolution also endorsed in I programs by the Game and by Mrs. Gilbert Gowdy and Kin Mrs. Shafton was the sister of land; Vice-President, Ginger Run; To Be In I in St. Marks, dinners for two at
principle the message by Governor I Fresh Water Fish Commission in Sue Council :with Mrs.. Charles Attorney Harry Morrison and Secretary, Margaret KittreU; I the Oaks at Panacea bridge and
Bryant to the convening legislature selected lakes in Polk County and Barwick at the piano.A Mrs. Billy Bennett of Tallahassee Treasurer, Fay KittreU; Program County April 13 an all expense paid fishing trip
have witnessed the that and.of Mrs. W. B. Pou of Macon. [Chairman, Ann Moore Prayer Robinson's boat the x
enjoyment Capt.
in "those sections concerned with covered dish supper will be ; A public meeting will be held on
higher education, especially in the many many fishermen have experienced served at the church at 6:00 pm. She was the daughter of Mrs. H. (Chairman, Kay KittreU; Coo Saturday (April 13) at 11 ajn. "Herraosa."
fields 'of science, engineering and as a result of these Jm- H. Cooper of Carrabelle and the jmunity Missions, Janet Nsxworth; at the Wakulla County Court For landing the largest SpeckMr.

technology, and his propoeed plan provements, and In introducing the Florida Sponsors late Angus Morrison who Jor Forward Step Chairman Sandra House for the purpose of discussing Bradley wins 15 gallons of
for implementation of the needed Fresh Water Fishing ImprovementBill many years waa Sheriff of WakuUa' Harper; Social Chairman, Linda the extension and Improvement gas from "Pop" Amundaon's of
facilities through increased taxation : I feel that it provides a way; Wildlife BillTALLAHASSEE County, and was the grand[Golden; Mission Chairman LauraCouncil of outdoor recreational fatUities Panacea, Dinners for two at the

and additional sources of in which similar improvementsmay .- One dollar daughter of the late Sen. H. N.( ; Publicity Chairman Fay in the county, it was announced Oaks and two nights at Myers

revenue bond financing. be conducted throughout set aside for fishing improvement Walker. JCittreU and Janet Nasworth. by U. S. CongressmanDon Lodge. in St. Marks.
The Board of Control program Florida. ,Good fishing is good could earn double'value Federal She was born and spent her Installation ceremony will be Fuqua. Many, many people have already

backed by the resolution passed business, not only for the sportsman : grants which will undoubtedly be early years in Wakulla County. held Monday April 15. Bach Men. Congressman Fuqua, who will registered, for this weeks prizes
at a Council of 100 meeting hereon but for all the citizens of made available as matching funds Later she lived.in Tallahassee and day we,meet and we would lily to be in the Ninth District for a and many of them are already: out
Friday includes 1142,440,000 Florida because we know: that the for outdoor recreation, fish and was graduated from Florida High extend an invitation to all girls series of speaking engagements' in the Gulf trying to land the big
for operating costs of Florida's lure of good fishing is one of the wildlife. The allotment of $154, School. Mr. and Mrs. Shafton from the !sjre 1$ to 18 to attend during the Easter recess'of Congress ones. The Mackerel are already in
present educational facilities in major features to attract tourists 000 to the Florida Game and Fresh gained success as producers of pup our meetings. said he would attend the the Wakulla County waters and,
commercials for TV and
the 1963-1965 biennium and $92691,000 ,- to our state." Water Fish Commission i under the pet the puppet meeting and hoped to have a rep- more ,are showing up daily. T. L.
for movies.
In capital outlay for expansion accelerated Public Works program acts School Honor resentative of the U. S. Department Stokely of Panacea: carries parties
Memorial services for Mrs.
and improvement of existing Congressman may be only a portion of the total of Interior in attendancealso. Speckle Trout fishing the last
held Sat followed
facilities.It funds available for such projects Shafton was Roll CorrectionWe several days and has been averaging .
burial in Forest Lawn Cemetery
Schedule
by.
also includes $22,522,000 for Fuqua according to A. D. Aldrich, Commission in Hollywood. regret that three names I Those backing the effort to Improve better than thirty per day.
Establishment of a college inEscambia April 11-Attend Forestry Field: Director. I were omitted from the Crawford- the county's recreational The Jaycees tournament runs"
(Pensacola) County and Day at Live Oak. The Fresh: Water Fishing' Improvement ville School Honor Roll published facilities are Senator Tucker, and thru June first with prizes given

a new university in the.East Central April 12-Attend Reception at Bill, as sponsored by I Youth Rally last week, in The News. These Rep. Bobby Russ, members of the each week. For wonderful week
Florida area. home of Dr. E. G. HaskeU, Jr., the. Florida Wildlife Federation I names were inadvertently omitted Wakulla County Commission, and end for fun and fishing at its best

The Council is composed of 100 (Tallahassee 6:30 pja, honoring and other active sportsmens, AtSopchoppyThe from the list which was given to local sportsmen's groups. come to Wakulla County and enjoy
of Florida's 'leading businessmen, Dr. Edward Annie. President groups, would increase the cost ofa I of the The News for publication and the Representatives of the St. Marks yourself and win some of the wonderful -
people Sop-
financiers and educators interested of the American Medical Association fishing license by one dollar.I young Congregational Holiness school apologizes for this mistake. Wildlife Refuge, and the Florida prizes the Jaycees are of-

in Florida's economic future. ; Hon. Don Fuqua, M, C.; This one dollar increase would be! choppy Youth Second grade Danny Hogue Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission fering.
Church are sponsoring a
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Senate President Wilson Carravay earmarked for fishing fanrovement
this Saturday and Betsy Smith., also are expected to attend.
for
on
; and House Speaker Mallory: work sad would be over and above: Rally area
Third p-ade-Eddie Whaley.
Florida CountyTo night, April 13th beginning-
Home. the normal operating budget of the. I
7:30 Representatives from
Appointments at office daring Commission. p.m.
Receive $41,000 day. Participation in these Federal Panacea, Otter Creek Sopchoppy,

.- Tallahassee-State ComptrollerRay April Conference on proposed Acts programs require that match- and Carrabelle each will presenta
E. Green said today each of program of Easter from their
extension and improvement ing funds come from sources that
Florida's 67 counties will receive of recreational facilities in Wa- are over and above the normal respective churches. An offeringwill .
$41,000 more from the race- track kulla County at County Court operating budget of.the Game and be received for the Summer
tax fund. house at 11:00 aon. Fish Commission. Since% the CommIssion Youth Camp- out. at the campgrounds -
The checks for April have been derived located about two miles
April 14-Attend Easter Sunday operates on revenue -
put in the mail and the paymentis Church Services. principally from the sale of north of Sopchoppy. All youthsof

$1,000()( more than for April of April 15-Luncheon at 12:30.! fishing and hunting licenses all of this area are invited to come iir-
enjoy'his time with the Lord.
and
last, :year. Duval Hotel with Tallahassee which are budgeted annually ad- ,
Each county has received a total Chamber of Commerce Committeeof ditional revenue such as providedin I

of $169,000 to date for the current 100. Attend sessions of State the Fishing Improvement Bill Pay Light BillsIn
fiscal year which is an increase of Legislature. is essential in order to participate jj\r ,

5,600 .for the same period last April 1C-Speak at joint meeting m the Federal grants program. Sopchoppy -
year. of Rotary and Kiwania dabs According to Aldrich these Fed- Z -

at Starlight Cafeteria in Perry.I I eral grants-in-aid can greatly ac Mr. Bernard Wilson mans ger of _
Dance ForCancer 12 Noon. celerate an outdoor recreation program Florida Power Corp. announced today fr I
., April 17-Speak; at Quincy High that is not only vital to the that D. L. Strickland of Sop:

Fund School 10:00 aon. economy of Florida,'but recognised choppy will be the collector for
Dedication of Post Office: at as essential to the spiritual 'cultural light and power bills.
April 13 Grand Ridge, 3:00 pun. GST. and physical welfare c* the Stricklands service station in :4 -
Wakulla IS Attend eeremoines inaugurating citizens. Florida simply cannot afford -
The County Cancer April Sopchoppy is at the intersection ofMain
kjnit.will sponsor a dance Saturday the Accelerated Business to lose these opportunities for St. and U.S. 319. f _
night, April 13 at the Wojnans Collection 'Delivery program expansion of the State's* fish and *
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,Club. for Tallahassee. 10:00 ...-. Woodward game program. v ;
will be Avenue Mail Haadttac Facil _
Proceeds for the event
As a result of research in the
0' used for the. 1963 Cancer Crusade. ity. Special Atrittto the Pest- detection and treatment of cancer -J __
_, Haste will be furnished and master General, )[1'. Tykr AWl More men than women died of half of those who develop the
_ tickets ,Bay- be bought in advance will be la atteadaac cancer last year, according to the disease can now be saved. The _
from,*:CaReer workers or at the AprIJ IS-'Speak at, Madison+ American Cancer Society. This American Cancer Society says
.y Idoor.' High School 11:00 ajs*. has been true since 1949. The rate that many lives are lost to cancer
fof' the Cancer Fund and April 20-Attend grsjaatioa in 1963 will be about 54 men to because of late detection and Here's Electric
the
Donatf! to 46 the 1968 Cru- exhibit of the General Daytona; Beach facility which at the
women. Support win be seen
5o aye iag. Couples, $200s ceremonies at Florid Stats University treatment Support the American Florida Industries Exposition April 21-26 In Orlando.
So
Visitors
I sade of the American Cancer to the exhibit will be able to takefaaalated
'Cancer Society's
t'J.: ;;( r F> Uavaaee or at the door. .I 2:00 p-HW at Da.k campbell -" ciety. search, education programs and service.of re trips to the moon shoot missiles out of the sky and experience other simulated space

1-. ,:......:.. I Stadium. *) adiritJ.It Is one of 259 booths to be occupied by various Industries during the ExpwiUoa.

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2 WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS I IThunda Minutes of '
I r CountyCommissioners
,. April 11. 1963 i iI I TV
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SERVICECall APRIL 1, 1963 IJ4\ FARM:

WAKULLAE ..
WA 6-3612 The Board of County Commissioners :
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GEO. CREECHCRAWFORDVILLE of Wakulla County met FRONT Building Supplies ;::

this date in .Crawfordville with ,
WAlnut 6.3301 -i- '!"
Telephone ,
the
following present: DOYLE CONNERCOMMISSIONER -

ft.' J.D.Turner/Chairman, Willard i -' "We Need And Appreciate

; Carter, vice-chairman, Ralph AGRICULTURE Your?
OF
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT .
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Dees Barber Shop Strickland, Sam Smith and F. T. 'J'.jiw. :.

Virginia Keijchtley' Edito1; 2238 South Monroe Roberts. J. H. Hudson, County :<:-),o.j.,.:". t'f"; -

Attorney, Carmel Pelt Road Super- 'Business" .- .. '
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Men'' .and Boys Haircuts intendent and Moody Pearce,. Lets
Clerk. .
Entered at Crawfordville Florida. The minutes of the last meetingwere
and "
read and approved: .ib. M&dM W Quality Price GuaranteedRoss < '.
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class matter. Subscription
as second .:. The Board agreed that Steve 0 "
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rate: $3.00 per year. Harrell would be allowed to trans ,
DEE COOK Owner Home Service
Department or
fer to the Mosquito Program for Hannon '
Florida Power CorporationAn Owner 't <:
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the next three months or 24 weeks

beginning on the 15th of April Easter cake with a difference -
If Yau'Need. not too rich. By RUDY EVINS
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1963.The Trying to predict the weather several : <
NOTICE OP LEGISLATIONTO Board received a letter from Poppy Seed Cake ,
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Office Supplies :j WHOM IT MAY cONc BN: No- hours in advance is a tough
Business Machines 'I tic* U hereto erven of Intention toippty Mr.Frank Nesnith requesting the % cup poppy seeds. and often impossible assignment for "' "" 0
Office FurnitureSee Legislature to the 19O: tor Section of th*of Florid an Board to pay him $40.00 per month % cup milk even the experts. But it doesn't takean ,,", .",."':, f",' .:

act. the substance relattn pauafe* to municipal rental for old building on his prop- % cup butter or margarine awful lot of skill to make a short -

Call I II I county elections: amending In St.section 2 tar U U.%.Wakulla chapter erty in Wakulla. No final action 1% cups sugar '. range offers forecast.clues Nature of what almost it bas always in- THE NEW --POLICY } .: : '

-;nM. Lawn 01 J1oI1da; provUUnt for was taken on the letter. 2 cups sifted flour .
RANEY WHALEY absentee voting. store; the trick of course is learning I <
I 2% tsp. baking ::
Luther C. Tucker The Board authorized Bobby powder to recognize them. ,
I Senator Silt District Posey Plumbing Company to H tsp. salt Boatmen especially those who do
atCAPITAL II I Bobby RustRepresentative U cup milk their boating on large bodies of unsheltered ."
Wakulla County check for leaks.in the jail showers .
1 tsp. vanilla water would do well to "
OFFICE 4/11. Ifc/B -
CO. and correct same if possible. Mr. 4 egg whites beaten stiff but remember one basic fact about the -
EQUIPMENT NOTICE OP LEGISLATIONTO Posey was also authorized to check not dry weather says the Evinrude Boating

319 South Adams St. Is WHOM hereby IT MAY given CONCERN of Intention: Notice to- and repair if feasible the water Foundation. To change weather : 4 -
Soak
Corner' E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE' apply to the 190 Session of the Florida heater in the Sopchoppy health poppy seeds in % cup must move and to move there must ;; :i} .
of act milk for 2 hours.
FLORIDA Legislature for passage an Cream butter be a wind. It may not always be a :, .
relating to municipal elections: in SOP unit building. until < ,,
Wakulla county amendingsection soft gradually add sugar. surface wind however. Any move- .
choppy. ;
I of chapter U 5. Laws of S. B. FORBES 90 day leave beating constantly. Sift and ment of the clouds means that some : : :
Florida. 1899: providing tor absentee The Board authorized Mr. S. B. measure 2 cups flour resift wind is present. Whenever a breeze ,: :. C

voting Luther C. Tucker Forbes, Jr., to take a 90 day leave. with baking powder and salt. starts to blow or shifts from another :' _. I
1N COURT OF THE alert for
THE CIRCUIT direction stay a possible
Senator Ma District J
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Bobby RussRepresentative PANACEA AIR STRIPCONCESSIONS Stir the U cup milk and vanilla change in the weather. 0a

COUNTY.FLORIDA IN AT AND LAW.FOR. WAKULLA Wakulla County in poppy seed-milk mixture. Cloud movements and formations ;..

NO. 41S Ul1.lIJa The Board on the Motion of Add % of the flour at a time tell an important story. Stationaryor
SEARS. ROEBUCK AND CO. ) alternately with poppy seed- slow moving fluffy white clouds
Commissioner Carter the _
con-
a foreignAUCE corporation Plaintiff! gave milk to sugar-butter mixture usually indicate fair weather. Small t
cessions at the Panacea Air Stripto
.ya- dark oily-looking clouds signof
beating after each addition only are a
POSEY. Defendant. )) Mr. Clayton Oaks. until blended. Fold beaten egg rain. If high clouds are seen mov- of1e el1

NOTICE OF SUIT Mr. G. W. Tully, appeared be- whites into batter. Turn into 2 ing across the sky in an opposite / 'C
THE STATE OK FLORIDATO direction from lower clouds be prepared
fore the board and requested
: same greased and floured (bottoms for a stretch of unsettled
Alice' Posey. who is presently residing to cover or place pipe and cover only) 9-inch cake Bakeat _
at 1200 Gordon Street S.W.. Atlanta pans. weather. If ,streaks or patches of ,
GeorgiaDEFENDANT. ditch which mosquito departmentcut 375 for 25 minutes. Remove white clouds start to pile up on the

hereby GREETINGSYou notified that an across his property in St. from pans and cool. Use lemon- horizon after a spell of fair weather ,- :

action are for replevin has ultbeeuJU Marks. The Board agreed that pustard filling between layers a change can be expected with wind e "c,? .< ..
against you in the of and sift confectioners' and rain likely.No .
Wakulla County Florida at law. styled they would contact Mr. Carraway, sugar discussion of weather could be
Sears. Roebuck and vs. AlicePoaey over top. J1 .
: and you are Company hereby required to I director of the Mosquito Control complete without at least a mentionof 01 I
file your Answer with the Clerk of the Unit and see what arrangementscould Lemon Custard Filling fronts. A front occurs when two .. .. j
Circuit Court and to serve a copy thereof unlike air masses meet. The warm ,.. "'.
the Moore be worked this .
attorney. about
& Henderson.upon plaintiff Lewis State Bank Building out 1 tsp. cornstarch and cold air masses do not mix wellso :

Tallahassee Florida on or before problem.The % cup sugar the heavier cold air tends to '
the 18th day of April. A. D. 1963. to the Board approved the vounch- 2 tbsp. butter or margarine slide under and lift the warm air. '.

Complaint Judgment will therein.* be entered Herein against fail not.you or ers before them and directed that 3 well beaten egg yolks The sharply defined sloping bound ..!t... '.

by default. % cup milk ary between the two masses of air >.,.:-i*.., ."
WITNESS. My hand and seal of said warrants be issued in payment! is called front. As the front .
a passes ...
Pinch salt :
Court in Crawfordville. Wakulla County. \ j.": t *'* ....
Florida this 22nd day of March. A.D. therefor. over, wind rain and generally unset
1 tsp. grated lemon rind ....
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1963. THE There being no further business tled weather will be noted. POLICIES '- :
MOODY PEARCE. % tsp. vanilla l Weather is a fascinating subjectand COMBINING YOUR SEPARATE ; ;
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Clerk of Circuit Court 1 coming to the attention of the .
one with which all boatmen I .
Wakulla County. Florida. -
JOHN D. BUCHANAN. JR. Board the same was adjourned on Mix cornstarch and sugar; should be familiar. If you're inter ON YOUR : :
HofNDERSON CHRISTlRn the motion of Commissioner Car- cream together with butter add ested in learning; more about it, the .: <<: .
MOORE & -
egg yolks and milk: Cook on Evinrude people' reading .
Lewis State Bank Building. ter. suggest; : :
P. O. Box 988.Tallahassee. LOW heat on electric unit or in "Weather Forecasting:" a booklet =; ; ; .
Attest: Moody Pearce, Clerk / HOME .
Florida ;
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JUDGE WAKULLA COUNTY, FLOR. / AUTOMOBILE : --.t: ;
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PROBATEIN I TALLAHASSEE THEATRES .
RE: ESTATE OF
V. J. ALLEN. ceaed.
TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS Accurate I i
HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS FLORIDA STATE .

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and required to present any claims Complete
and demands which you or either of _
you. may have against the estate of
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court house of said County at Crawfordville. cfenn Ford RUSS -
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months from the time of the first publication '<
of this notice. Two copies of F'I .
each claim or demand shaU be in writ Shirley Jones FOR .
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claimant, and shall be sworn to by the in .
claimant, his ilinr attorney and <: o 'The Courtship ofEddie's
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Forestry MeetingAt PANACEA NEWSby MEDARTNEWS SOPCHOPPY NEWSby CRAWFORDVILLE : .f .- "WAKULLA' COUNTY NEWS 3

Live OakLive Eva Cosper Mostly Johnson of Jacksonville Louise C. Sapp Thursday, April 11.1963 .
Reverend Delmar Stiger will visited his Mr. Joe Mack Smith was honor PERSONALS
aunt Mrs.
Oak, Fla.-A will new be chapterIn writtenin bring the message at the Easter and other relatives in Lacy the Pigott community ed with a farewell party given on Mrs. C. L. Rehwinkel returned 1

forestry history Sunrise Services which will be Friday, March 29: at the Sop-. after spending last week
Tuesday.Nat Sunday,
of Florida and the na- Now, Keating has prepareda
the State
held
at Mashes Sands. Come joinin Ward of Tallahassee wee choppy High School: Cafeteria.. with her daughter, Mrs. *R. H.
April 11th, when Pushes bill which would make all
tion on Thursday, the Keating
singing and observation of The party was given by Mr
two special trains will be run by this Holy day.Mr. a visitor in the community Wed- Mavis Langston, Mrs. Madelyn s Stone and family in Montgomery,, meetings open to the press
nesday. Ala. where public agencies are in
Line Railroad
the Seabord Air Tallahassee and and Mrs. Wocdrow Whetstone Yr. Lee Wearks of St. Marks Crowson, Mrs. Bessie Revell, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carlan and Open MeetingLaw volved. The bill will be intro-
Company from and family have moved into Dilma Roberts, Mrs Ruth Rowan duced the
Live Oak for the visited briefly Friday. I children from Atlanta are spending by Broward legislative -
Jacksonville to their new home and are very hap Raymond Wallace and son Ray and Mrs. Willie Mae Parter. Mr., a week with Mrs. Carlan's delegation for passage
scheduledto
field forestry held program the J. W. Blume py with it.: of West Palm Beach have spent Smith resigned as school bus driver parents, Mr and Mrs. Henry In State during this session of the .

be on Mrs. George Cannon had guestsat several days visiting relatives herein to accept a job at the Marine Smith. state legislature.

woodlands, it was announced to- her summer cottage. They were the county. Ray returned Sun- Laboratory in Franklin County.Mrs. Mrs. Bobby Russ returned to City Commissioner David Keating! himself, plans to

day by Seaboard's general Hoskin.forestry More Mr. and Mrs. Pirce Sims from day with Noah Poeey and Ray- Francis Smith, his wife, hasbeen : her home last Friday night from Keating just recognized by join the lobby groups in Talla-

agent Robert N. Doraville, Georgia. They went mond will return this week. hired by the school board to, Linden, Ala. Mrs. Russ was calledto the Florida State Editors andPublisher's hassee for further promotionof
than 700 persons are expected on fishing from the Trade Winds Pier finish out the rest of the school Alabama by the sudden deathof Association for his the bill among other county
the two specials. Great emphasiswill Many people of Wakulla county ,work in the freedom of the
and had good luck catching lots are in the hospital and there are term in place of her husband. Mr. her mother, Mrs. R. H. Alvis. delegations. In addition.
W placed on forest manage- of fish. Smith was a faithful worker having press, will carry his "openmeetings' Keating plans to instigate a
had the misfortune
Mrs. C. L. Dawson
several
from this vicinity, Mrs. to Talla-
and wood utilization at this proposal
ment mail campaign to allnewspaper
We
driven the bus for
were
sorry to hear that Paul ten
yearsat receive burns
Sara Stiger, Steve' Pigott, Mrs. to severe hassee for on the
will feature
meeting which a prin- Schmidt has had heart attack. the Sopehoppy School. passage editors to ask for editorial
a Lizzie Wallace Sim Nichols. We when a skillet of grease caught
William R. state level.Keating.
rcipal address by backing of his plan. _
We
wish him Mr. Dan
a speedy Strickland was a weekend
recovery.Mr. fire in her kitchen. She rush-
all was
Adams, president, St. Regis Paper and Mrs. Newsome Randall are wishing a speedy recovery. visitor of his father and who spearheadedand If adopted by the state
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pigott of ed to the Tallahassee Memorial originated a drive in the
New York City. would
Company, legislature, the plan
had as their guests their son Herman mother, :Mr. and Mis. George received
The Tallahassee train will in- Randall Crestview arrived Wednesday Strickland. Hospital where she emergency city for the bill was recog- make it illegal for any meet-
clude Governor Farris Bryant, U. and his family from morning and stayed through the Dan resides with his treatm nt. nized last week by the Flori- ing in which public agenciesare
California.The .
family in Ft. Walton
S. Senator Spessard L. Holland weekend. Virgil was called home Beach. Miss Selina Smith, daughter of da editors for his advocatlon involved to be closed to
Chamber of Commerce held Miss Carolyn Carraway spent Mr. and Mrs. Wooten Smith of meetings" for all
Secretary of State Tom Adams, due to his fathers illness. "open the press. An exact duplicateof
General Dick Ervin a special meeting on Tuesday Miss Dinee Dickson, daughter of the weekend with Mrs. Betty fractured her hand while playingball public agencies. the bill is on tap for legis-
Attorney Green, April 2nd, at the Kingfish Lodge. Mrs. Alethis Dickson had a ton- Roberts of Tallahassee.Mrs. at school last Thursday. Dr. lative approval in a charter
State Comptroller Ray ,
Treasurer Treasurer Ed The meeting was held at 8:30 p.m. sellectomy last Friday and is getting Florida Roberts spent the Head treated her for this injury.Mr. change for the city of Holly-
(State Mr. and Mrs..Forrest Coxes and along fine.' weekend with her son and familyB. and Mrs. George Gibbs and wood.I .
of Public
Larson, Superintendent friends, members. of "Ye Good Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rouden of K. Roberts of Tallahassee.Mrs. children spent the weekend in ''!I.I .
D. and
Instruction Thomas' Bailey I I
Fellows Club, have returned froma Carrie Ashmore visited her Mrs. Gibbs
Commissioner Agriculture DoyleF. Tallahassee are here taking care Georgia, visiting I
trip to Nassau. They sailed on Rouden and daughter Mrs. Roy Lett of Tal- .
of Bobby son of Mr. parents. -
Conner. Heading the legislative the S. S. Bahama lahassee SPECIAL THURSDAY FRIDAY -
will be Wilson Carra- Star. The Mrs. Lawrence Roudea while theyare Sunday.A Mrs. Ola Tucker had as her ,
delegation
friends are: Mr. and Mrs. Clif- basketball game was playedon last week Mrs. Margaret
in Perry working until they guest ,
of the Senate and
; way president ford Lowe, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer can gt housing. Thursday morning, April 4, in Raker, from Long Island, New and SATURDAY
E. Home of the I
Mallory speaker
Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth the school" The
.. gym. game was York. Mrs. Raker i* the widowof .
of other state departments
House. Heads Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Louis De- played between the women faculty, Myers Raker who was a nativeof -

with will also and join the group of- Turk, of Indianapolis, Indiana, and ST. MARKS NEWS and senior girls. The teachers Wakulla County.Mr. GRADE "A" FRYERS, Lb. ... ................-*.209e
along city county :
Mr, and Mrs. Herman Harreld of participating in the '
game were as J. B. Laws ii a patient in i
ficials and top business and industrial Mr. R. B. Shepard of FitzgeraldGa.
Floss Moor follows
Illinois. : Mrs. Patricia Cassidy,, the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.Mr. .
leaders from Florida and Mr. W F. Grover, Jr., brotherof ., is here spending some timein Mrs. Pamela Cline, Mrs. Linda C. D. Peak is still confinedin ROUND STEAK, Lb .................................,69c.

J other states, with more than 350 Mrs. Eva Cosper, has arrived in his trailer fishing and visiting McCauley, Mrs. Janice Rockwood the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital % 0_' -

train persons in Tallahassee planning to at board 8:00 a.m.the their Tampa parents., Florida,He at lives the home in Anchorage of with Mr.friends.and Mrs. Steve Coffgms J Mrs. Sandra Townsend Reeves and Mrs., Mrs.Patricia Margaret but slowly improving. T-BONE STEAK, Lb ...........:...:......:........69c

on that day. Alaska, and owns and spent the weekend at Pana City Johnson.

The Jacksonville train will include operates the "Jade Room." He Beach with their son and family,, The seniors playing were: Miss COLONIAL SUGAR, 5 Lbs ............-....:.. 55c

business and industrial will be in the states for approxi- Lt. Col. and Mrs. Ma'drye Cogginsand Sarah Strickland, Miss Patsy FIGHT -

leaders from all parts of the mately six Veeks. daughters.Mr. Anderson, Miss. Rebecca Burke, MILK 3 for 39c"
EVAPORATED ..
country. Some of the dignitariesto Gus Brumby seems .to be slowly and Mrs. Jack Ward and Miss Rose Ann Barwick, Miss Linda Gold Cross
be on the Jacksonville special We will son Bill, were weekend guest of
improving. be glad to see Stribling, Miss Geraldine CANCER
include U.S. Congressman Bob Gus get up and around again. their daughter Rev. and Mrs. Earl Stribling, Miss Rhonda White and SNOWDRIFT SHORTENING, 3 Lbs. ....... 69c
Sikes, D. R. "Billy" Matthews and The Bethel Primitive Baptist Sapp and son at Jacksonville Miss Lanie Spears. .

Don Fuqua, Deputy Secretary of Church will meet on Sunday, with Beach. The referees were Smith
Commerce Eugene P. Foley, Assistant Sunday School at 10:00 o'clock and Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Watts visit- and Jack Henderson Wesley and the WITH A FRESH TOMATOES, Lb ...........................19c

Secretary of AgricultureJohn ed friends at East Point Sunday.Rev. .
church services conducted by Rev. coaches were Roger Stokley and
A Baker, Edward P.' Cliff, Tom Harrell at.ll:00 o'clock. Watts delivered the evening Johnny Strickland.The Here For Your Seed Feed

Chief, U.S. Forest Service, of Everyone is cordially invited. sermon -at the Baptist Church, cheerleaders for the game CHECKUPANDAI Shop ,

Washington, D. C., William R. Anyone having items of interest where he was a former pastor. were Mr. Willie Whaley Mr. .

Adams, president, St. Regis Paper for this column are requested to Mr. and :Mrs. James Franklinand Stevie Revell, Larry Lawhon, Jim: Fertilizer -:'< :
Company, Russell F. Erickson, son Keith, and Mr. and Mrs. ';)1.
contact Mrs. Eva Cosper at the my Henderson, John David Jones, I ':
president, Rayonier, Inc., Harold Panacea Barber Shop, or call her Luther Franklin attended the and George Eddie Crum. PIGOTT'S STORE

Holden, president Gilman Paper at her home YUkon 42643. homecoming services at Zion Hill The purpose of the game was ":-

Company, George J. Pecaro, presi- The Fellowship Sunday School Methodist Church last Sunday.Mr. to help the seniors on the senior CHECKAMERICAN MEDART

dent, Flintkote Company, R. E. Class of the Panacea Baptist and Mrs. J. S. Cogdill spent trip which begins April 27. The .,.-.
McNeill, Jr., president, Manufac- Church met at the home of Mr. the weekend in Chiply. Mrs. Cog- seniors won the game by a score We give TOP VALUE Stamps
CANCER
turers Hanover Trust Company, and Mrs. George Byrd on Tuesday dill attended the district meetingof of 3226. SOCIETY .

and Harold Plimpton, Jr., Execu- evening of last week. A fish fry the Florida. Chapter of the Mrs. Jeanette Land and son

tive Vice President, Corn Products I outdoors was enjoyed by the group. National Association of Postmas. Tracy have returned to their home I I ..-

Sales Company, of New York City, Those present were Mr. and Mrs. : ters. Postmaster O. Heodnckson I in Panama City after visiting Mr. I ,

Harry Dunstan, president, Southern Ottis Vause, Earl Vauae Mrs.'of CrtwfordviU attIC attend this I and Mrs. L. C. Sapp. I .. 0 .'
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Wood Preserving Company, of Ann Crum, and Mrs. LaVerne I meeting. I Mrs. Reb Roy Ashmore and son

Atlanta, Ga., Walter P. Arnold, Stokley.A I Mrs. Haribel Kreager spent I visited Mrs. Mae Lawhon and Hattie :i .

executive vice president, Koppers Bible Quiz was conducted Tuesday ia Fort Walton Beach Mae Saturday.Mr. ,

Company, Inc., of Pittsburg, Pa., during the Fellowship Hour by ,, visiting friends. and Mrs. Ben Isler celebrated I '.:"'
Hugh C. Laughlin, executive vice Ottis Vause. Mr. George Joiner, Mr. Kenneth their 50th wedding anni- .

president Owens-Illinois, of Mr. and Mrs.. Forest Coxen haveas Peck, and Mrs.. Georgia Moore are versary; Saturday, April .9. ;,' -'.. .

Toledo, 0., G. E. Millican, vice their guest Mr. and Mrs. Ira patients at T.M.H this week. Mr. S. W. Revell, Mrs. Louise -

president, Gulf Oil Corporation, of Williamson and son*, MIen and r visited in Tallahassee Monday af- -: L

Houston, Tex., J. R. Lientz, 'vice, David and Tim Match tt all of ternoon. -.: -. ": \. <+ .. r+4v.

president Union Bag-Camp Paper(Indianapolis, Ind. Principal Glenny B. Bonner attended -.!
Corporation, of Savannah, Ga., 1 a teachers meeting in .: 'of
.
and Seaboard's president, John W.I FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS I Altha. ; '
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Smith of Richmond Va., and many ay CHARLIE: u. OGILYIE lions of Florida would provide the Mr. Wilson Whetstone of Tal- ':;';'!!,..
others. Heading the Jacksonville Executive Vice President best answer to the problem. The lahassee visited in Sopchoppy Fri :.

delegation will be Mayor Haydon Industrial Development new corporation would be able to ..

Burns, the city commissioners, Corporation of Florida lend funds or make investments; day.Mrs.. Lona Langston of Tallahassee -. : -

county commissioners and business How has Florida its economy it could lend for purposes and visited old friends in Sop- ; .Your .

and industrial leaders totalingmore oriented to tourists, land development against collateral denied conven- I choppy several days last week. -
tional lenders.To .
than 350 persons. and agriculture, managedto Rev. Harry Pelt and family of f" -I Checking -/'
Upon arrival in Live Oak, visi- outstrip neighboring states in borrower be eligible: for a loan the I Crawfordville_ were dinner guestsof ; \. .
-
must have
been
tors from the two .special trains attracting industry? "turneddown" Mr. and Mrs. Nelse Rodden- '
Even More intriguing how hasit by a conventional lender. Accountat
,
the High School
will be greeted by -
The new be berry on Sunday, March 31, when 0.'
done company, to called -
without
so offering tax ,
Bands of Live Oak and Branford. the Industrial Development Corpo- Rev. Pelt preached at the Metho- : .. .
exemptions, direct state financial .
After an official welcome by assistance, or pledging public ration of Florida, would borrow !dist church, during the absence of : "=''t .
Mayor Marvin Phillips and other funds for property purchase and funds as needed from its member :Rev. Sprage. Mrs. Roddenberrysson -

I civic leaders, the guests will board plant construction? banks savings and loan associations Emory Green and family their -2TT-: .'
school buses and depart for the I believe that two factors have and insurance companies to I daughter Mrs. Cora Lee Meadows LEWIS

demonstration area. The program been essential to our phenomenal re-lend to qualifying industries. .of Tallahassee were down for the .
will begin promptly at 10:00 a.m. post-war industrial developmentand In dealing with those "turned I

with the address of welcome by the recent addition of a third, down" by conventional lenders, day.Mr.. and Mrs. J. F. Kilbourn and .
The four-hour one will become increasingly im IDC'would have to exercise caution STATE
Governor Bryant. daughter Terryss of Panma
City
portant. in making certain its loans _
I
will be climaxed by aerial with Mrs. _;
Sunday
program spent Annie
The two essentials which have were repaid. Obviously it could
demonstrations of water bombingand served us so well are: having not borrow more money from Harves and the Ralph Browns. .
helicopter seeding. something to sell and working members if it suffered losses. Bobby Paulk of St. Marks: County BANK ; I.
The two trains will return to hard to sell it. Florida is blessed This meant walking a financial I chairman of American Cancer
Tallahassee and Jacksonville respectively with tightrope. .
pleasant climate, plentiful Crusade delivered the contribution .
by 4:00; p.m. the. same labor supply access to expanding With strong support from prom- containers and they have been s your ;

day. markets, fine transportation facilities -inent businessmen many of put in all public business places,
and them members of the Florida
a surprising variety of
members of the Womans Club will personal
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raw' material sources. So with Council of 100 and state officials -
conduct the house house
to canvas
these the
advantages our state officials enabling legislation was
Highway Deaths and businessmen were ableto passed in the summer of 1961. during this month.

put Florida in the front ranksof Located in Orlando, IDC commenced Rev. Richard Sprague returned :, messenger .
Below 1962 Toll growing industrial areas. operations in February Friday night after spending a

However the picture was not 1962 with 137 leading financial in- week in Greenville, Fla., con- .. ,, ,
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By 18 Per Cent complete. Savings and loan associations stitutions all over the state committed ducting revival. Mrs. Spragueand ""- .

banks and insurance to lend it funds. During 2 ehildran returned at the

TALLAHASSEE The death toll companies often could not extend the first fiscal year ended De- same time from a visit to her f- ; !;
and highways the cember 31, 1962 oJ loan :1-
on Florida streets credit requested by new and commitments mother at Ft. Valley, Ga.
was running 18 pet cent below a expanding industries. Banking totaling U.128.200were i Claxton Vause Sr. is building a The checks you write in comfort at r' .
at the laws made. These funds when '
comparable time last year charter restrictions and used will
close of the first Quarter of passing other limiting factors preventedgranting construct 128.700 square feet of nice brick home down on his property home or in your office are delivered .

1963. of loans which often nest: plant area purchase equip at the Sopchoppy river bridge. -
( The Florida Highway Patrol would bring into the state highly ment and create 423 new manu- 1 Last Sunday the Harms place safely! by mail, with the least '

said the three month total reach- desirable businesses. facturing jobs. was the scene of a family reunion h effort J... '
imaginable.You
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ed 315 or 67 below the figure for There were two choices open Astute businessmen are leery of of the Cox family. Those present ;--. : ,

the same time last year. either subsidize new industries tax subsidies and other sugarcoated from Tallahassee were the Leo have record of the bills :
a you'vepaid :
led the list with >
,: Dade County through tax supported programsor programs they know Cox family, Norma Cox and family ,< < x*
fourteen deaths. There were develop a means of private that sooner or later the piper Milton and Byron Cox family ,:o' by check, of the exact amount .' ft
37 of the -
death dealing wrecks in financing to work In conjunctionwith must be paid. In rounding out the .Eddie Earl Roberts family, Lynn- ::;
the patrol fi. '
state's 67 counties conventional lending institu financing" offered Florida's indus- you sent. _- ;
breakdown of wood Watts Jr., family, LJDIl- :
said. Follows a tions. trial prospects by lending to re- .-- y_.;
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other totals county-by-county: The consensus was that a corporation :sponsible companies, the Indus- wood Watts Sr. family of Bald- .For comfort, safety, and convenience, .. -. ',WLEWIS >
Palm Beach nine Polk seven. using 100 per cent private 1 trial Development Corporation of win .. tiF

Broward eight. St. Lucie and funds and owned by the citizens, :Florida is benefiting the entire open your checking account here, ,. : :;::..,:...' ,-: f '_
Hlllsborough six each. businesses and financial institu- :state. '- -
; Totals of the others were: Bay FLORIDA and pay all your bills with checks .
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Brevard I, Charlotte GIVE
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SURGERY. RADIATION from onl I
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bia 3.' Filler 1. Gilchrist 1. MAJOR HAROLD L. DIL- ACS Coll ",.:..

Gulf It. Hardee '. "'Ti0- LINGHAM. 41-year old Air Force Cancer kills a man, woman or
Lake 3. Lee I, Liberty 2. engineer and jet pilot discovered child every two minutes in Amer-
. son 1. Manatee I, Marion 4. Monroe he had cancer in April, 1952. ica. The American Cancer Society
r 1, Nassau 1. Okaloosa I, Swelling in the lower abdominal says many of these deaths could
t i Orange 3. Pasco 2. Pinellas 3, region: led to diagnosis of an inter- be avoided through earlier detect AMERICANCANCER "
t st. Johns 1. Santa Rosa 2. Sarasota nal cancer and treatment by sur- tion and prompt treatment. This
: 2. Seminole 2. Suwannee 1. gery and radiation at Westover Is the immediate goal of the So

it and Volusla 1. Air Force Base. Married in 1950, ciety's education program. Sup.
I: he has three children Linda, port the American Cancer So- STATE BANKFLORIDA'S

ft.- Bruce and Eric. Now stationed at ciety's 1963 Cancer Crusade. .
Patrick Air Force Base, Coco /
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Tallahassee COMPthE I Road Crashes Crawfordville People. Must Work I I 4___:WAJCULLA Thursday._ April COUNTY 11, 1963 NEWS


FLORIST Cost.... 53 Million High,.School.


Flowers St: Candy Inc. SERVICE TALLAHASSEE-It dollars In economic cost 53 lossesfor million Honor Roll:\ For Righ-T a-Know

315 persons to die in trafficon
-, Florida's streets and highways AH "A" Honor Roll: ,

:, ,.1." during the first quarter of First grade-Bobby Dugger. If the people of Florida are to have full and tree
1963.' Second grade-Debbie Mathers. access to all information..about their state governmentthey

:' '.,." ,,',. -, .:.. The Florida Highway: Patrol Fourth Grade-Pam Oliver. are going to have to help themselves.

..,',''!,'(" .. estimates economic loss at the Sixth grade-Beth Harlan, Dar- Hollywood City Commissioner David Keating, who
fata
;, .' ,', rate of $170.000 per traffic yne Wildern Pam Blanton. has headed a successful effort to open all meetin soan
: ;- Formerly Tillman'sEAST lity.This includes such costs as I
x., loss of earning power hospital Tenth grade-Barbare Jerigan. commissions and boards in the city, now is seeking jonave '4- ; -
,,\lO, .JEFFERSON'STREET burial and associated expensesin "B" Average Honor Roll: similar legislation enacted on a statewide basis. "

,;.;;,... ., '. '. fatal accidents as well as First grade-Paula Gaby, Jerri State Rep. Quentin Long of the Broward County legislative -
; expenses incurred in injury and Flack Larry Taylor, Bill Moore delegation has agreed* to introduce Heating's bin

';' : : property damaged by wrecks. ''Deanna Jo Whaley, Karen Porter in the 1963 session of the State Legislature.
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: ., .' .. Estimated economic loss for Tony Benton Angie Evans George i I As matters stand now. however the bill faces a
PHONEI224-5023{,; -: ALL'AHASsEE, FLORIDA March at $170.000 for each traffic SaraBeth Morrison Terry Naz- of Florida find great comfort in the loophole of the present

r death was 53550000. worth, Carol Peak Ricky Sarvis law which permits them to have closed "conferences."
:-:.: or WA 6-3301 CRAWFORDVILLE "What a.price to pay for carelessness -
(" ." moaned Veteran FHP- ohnny Stevens, Larry Wether- While the existing statute requires all official meet-
Comdr. H. N. Kirkman. ngton. ings of all public bodies to be open to the press and
Second grade-Pat Pagan Jed public, a court interpretation of the law permits meetingsto
,
Kenneth A. Curtis new
liver, Linda Deal Luther Rawls be closed as long as no formal.official action is taken. pres
ident and general managerof
Marsha Jernigan Darlynn Nazworth The effect of this interpretation of course has been The Great Masterpiece,

TIRE Becky Posey, Tony Green, to turn many official meetings into rubber-stamp sessionsto Lake Wales tourist attrac-
STORE the decisions which have been hammered out
Louise Vickers Johnny Lilliston, approve 1 tion.
Billy Kelly Shelia Byrnes. in the closed conferences.

1840 S. MONROEGIGANTIC Third grade-Greg Keightley Keating's measure would require that all meetingsof Tourist Attraction
elective and public bodies, at which
both appointive
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A7>?'D iCZ9J1? esmond Tucker Patricia Moore
Diane Mathers Lorinda Nazworth. i public matters. are discussed be open' to the press and Changes HandsLake

Marilyn Nazworth Sharon 'Cox, public.His
type of Wales (FNS)-Controlling -
Betty Greene, Hal Blanton Katky proposal is the only adequate safeguard ,
Harvey. for the public's right-to-know. interest in one of Florida'sleading

Fourth grade Brenda Pelt But, as we noted it's going to be up to the peopleto tourist attractions hat
changed hands of April 1
as
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help themselves.The
[Mark Knight, Judy Harlan Lester
Tuff Bruce Harvey Wanda Harvey first group on which this self-help responsibilityfalls Management of The Great Masterpiece
is the newspapers of the state. They are going to reverted back.to the original
Cindy Russ Anne Mathis,
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have to marshal their forces behind this legislation without owners following their purchase of
icky Struckland. equivocation and see the fight through to a successful: additional shares of outstanding
Fifth grade':- Barbara Weeks,
conclusion. stock.
M
ll Deborah Coxwell Melinda Harvey, The newspapers are going to have to spell:: out for Kenneth A. Curtis, Lake Wales
""
oM [Arnold Greene. their readers the importance of the issues involved andthey public relations man assumed the
, PURVIS & HIGHTOWER-Owners of O.K. TIR : STOREare Sixth grade-David. Miller An- are going to have to urge the public to demand position of president and general

pleased to announce their Anniversary Sale I featuring jdra Loftin Beth Harvey Becky approval by the State egis ature. manager of The Great Masterpiece -
.f JBonyata, Edward Pearce, Mark Unfortunately there ae all-too-frequent occasions when
Day ten Tires. You'll be pleased at the fine Hudson Jimmy High Scott Gab)', newspapermen go along with requests to withhold information 300,000 which tiles features of Leonardo a mosaic da of

?.s values offered fo you during this Tommy Core, Sandra Wetheringon. if the newsmen themselves are informed. Vinci's "Last Supper."
newspaper's responsibility is n o t to gather news
the news for .dis- Curtis succeeds G. Watson
but to
for its own satisfaction gather
Seventh Lord. Pa
grade-Alan ; semination to the public. Until the full and complete re Whiteside as general manager of
Jim Purvis Bill Hightowcr rid Ann High Juliann High,
port has been given to the reader, the newspaper has not the attraction which also offers
Wayne Strickland Diane Benton completed obligation. the Howell Glass Blowers, Phelp's

ANNIVERSARY SALEAll Barbara Raker Sheryl Folsom Obviously however this is not a "newspaper fight" Birds of Prey and a Swiss Cable

Pauline Giddens. and the newspapers alone cannot bring about approval of Car ride.

Eighth grade-Richard Wiginton the needed legislation. The primary responsibility for see- The Curtis family purchased the

New Merchandise John Taylor Eiic Mathis, ing the matter through rests_with the people of Florida additional stock from Whitosid, ,
1963 No Seconds
Designs Larry Strickland Linda Green, those who will be most directly benefited by a strong A. H. Pember, Violet Kirchncr and

ALL NYLON Sharilyn Harvey Diane Porter freedom-of-information law. other share holders. The resignation
THOROFARE [John Rutherford ,Lloyd Paulk Florida residents individually and through their of Jay Crook, director of
JoAnn various civic and, service organizations are going to
Fay Kittrell, Kay Kittrell publicity was annuonced and the
SAVE SAVE SAVE with the all NYLON Thorofare have to make clear to representatives and senators who
at .these Green Lester Whaley Gary CrumiGloria |, Swiss Cable Cars of Florida Inc.,
remarkably low prices. It's the tire for the budget minded Jones. speak for them in the -State Legislature that" they want owned by Whiteside and Mr. and

motorist who demands all nylon construction. Look at these Ninth ade-Kathy Strickland this bill approved without delay. Mrs. Warner Lundquist, was Included -
gj shield is public apathy. He can
low prices. The politician's greatest :
low Marilyn Alligood, Martha Lou in the sale
stand fast against any sort of progressive proposal so
Turner Danny. Miller Vonda If the "I am happy to return to The
long as it fails to generate strong public 'support.
Pierce Jan Pearce David Wilson, people don't care the politician reasons, why should he? Great Masterpiece" Curtis an
95470x15 James Harris. Certainly this is one piece of legislation which cannot nounced. "We have great plans

lack 82, Black Tenth grade-Donna Lynn, Lar- be pres / apathetically, because it is the sort of which call for new landscaping,
Tub Plus Tax Type TalC ry Limbaugh, Margaret Kittrell. thing which can break up too many comfortable political additional facilities and personnel
i aacappabl. I. perry Cure, Helen Adams Sandra situations. An unlimited right-to-know for the public would changes that we hope will help
The Tire Harper Ann Moore. Ann Moore hit the politician where he lives so to speak and he's make our attraction even more interesting -

wan! on the honor roll last time but not about to give up his strength without a fight. and entertaining.
ALL NYLON ::;ra her name was omitted.' Moreover if, the public is not willing to work for its

IIa t an'cTTv Eleventh grade-Diane Stfick- right to know then perhaps it does not deserve to have
I this right continued. There_ is really no point in preservinga
I A SUPER VALUE. The and, Jerry Spears Mike Harvey, \
Dayton Flyer gives you the Beatrice Dugger ,Charmaine Ra- right which people do not,use. .
t safety that only an all nylon The challenge is being squarely put to the people of who
cord construction can benau Gerald Folsom Susan Ladd, Of every six persons getcancer
... provide plus the lone wearSI1.. LIst Plc.81acke Florida. They have: the chance now to achieve an adequate today two will be saved
Ing ability of Daycold rubber Ann Lambert.
tread. Tubeless safeguard for one of their most basic and precious rights and four will die, according to the
123 Twelfth grade-Lydia Carter provided they are willing to take advantage of the American Cancer Society. Num-
'.z : 95 .: : ::: U 55 Gail Alevander Janet Russ Lettie opportunity.The bers 1 and 2 will be saved. Num-

e 12 Harvey Nancy Lawhon, Kaye ber 3 will die but might have been
7.6OxU 2100 15.tS Evans, Doyd Vause Tyrone Moore, .. The American Cancer Society's saved had proper treatment been
7.5Cbt14 17.90 12 555.55x14 Galveston Alexander Carole Ladd Conquer Uterine Cancer program received earlier. Numbers 4, IS and
greatest and costliest sin-
21.20 I 14." Beverly Richard, Betty Harvey gle undertaking in the history of combines research, professionaland 6 will die of cancers which can not
70K15 er 7JOK14 Tubeless. Adrian Lewis, Sue Whitfield. medicine is the broad research public education and serviceto yet be controlled; only the resultsof
patients in an effort to save research can save these pa-

Plus' tax and .U tire off yea car regardless. ef condition. ing program to the against American cancer Cancer, accord-So the 14.000 women who now die of tients. Support the American
the disease each year. Support the Cancer Society's 1968 Cancer
ciety. Help step this research
ALL NYLON effort by supporting up the American American Cancer Society's pro- Crusade.
Eaton Tharabreds Cancer Society's 1963 Crusade. service.grams of research education and

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