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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 25, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
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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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t -VOLUME 64" NUMBER.. 35 I I 'I CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA I| :Thursday, April 25. 1963 I. .cc. I PRICE 10 CENTS PER COPY 1

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at.the of her womanly ,,,, _
family peak -
TributeBY period. ;;,y \ f ( Household Workers
beauty and at the zenith of her At'one time or'ancd1er, they .. .
BILL CASSIDY creative attainment, having just have ... .
appeared on practically every
CASSIDY PRODUCTIONS completed a home that stands asa major show on network television: \ : ; f.tl'y Need Report for SS

HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIAHow monument to her ingenuity, her the Dinah Shore Show, Red Skel- Although most employers of
in a few short- minutes, flair for the unusual and her good ton Show, Martin and Lewis, : household workers in this area are
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does anyone even begin to sum up taste. Jimmy Durante, Edgar Bergen, : .. :. -! now complying with the social

the beloved and phenominal,person Though she, fitted herself devotedly Jack Benny, Bob Hope, George # 4 { ., security law and reporting their
that is Jackie Shafton into She unusual demandsand Gobel, Judy Garland Shows and employees' wages, some are reporting -
Yet that is our painful task as adventures of an artist and numerous others. only approximate amounts

We'honor Jack's request to speakof entertainer-in the ways she Frequently they have developed 1 .. Walter Kehoe, Social Security District -

Jackie. deemed important-Jackie was special likenesses used in dramatic .j Maaager in Tallahassee, said

Each of you knew her and steadfastly a unique individual. series shows, many of which are :1 a today. Exact amounts are needed,

loved her from your own personal Despite sixteen years in Cali- currently being seen on television I he pointed out, so that social se-

association with her-and for your fornia, Jackie retained more than screens. In the field of advertising t curity benefit payments can be

own special reasons. Yet we all her delightly southern drawl commercials, their puppets and figured correctly when the worker

share one thing in common; as we she retained the ideals of southern other special material have been becomes disabled retires, or dies.

each grew to know her, we soon graciousness, generosity and gal used to present dozens of well Kehoe suggests that housewives

realized that here indeed was lantry that are more often encountered known product: keep just a simple record of the

someone of special magnitude. Onfe in story* books than in Through their years of workingin cash amounts paid to household

who had that exquisite gift-the real life." In1 nis innermost heart, close association witH the best ;6.. workers during each calendar

ability to meet each in his own this is Jack's feeling: His repeated known people in these industries, J quarters and add up the payments

area of life, leaving him with a words-"The Sun Has Gone From the Shaf teas developed a fine rap- z '" when it comes time to make out

new friendliness, or a 'new sense My Lif eJackie." port with them and many were eta' a.1f .- ...... .," the report. The Tallahassee Social

of love, a new thoughtful attitude I regular' visitors in their home. .. .{. ,. W \. ... Security District Office has ex-

-a quickened humor-and often She was the daughter of the it plariaory leaflets which will help

f t.. an entirely new direction. MorrisonShafton late Angus 'Morrison of Wakulla : "i < j s ,;_/ t VS' the employer to correctly preparethe

Jackie was an enchanting Pixie FuneralIn County and the present Mrs. H.H. I' report, he said.
-and ,yet a full blown woman, a Cooper Carrabelle, Beach. Mrs. Any housewife who pays a
child and at the same time a Cooper only recently returned from household worker $50 or more ina
gracious lady. A poetesa capableof California California where she visted Jackie 3-month calendar quarter of the

words of great beauty yet mas-i Attended by a shocked group of for,two months. She waa the sister'of year must send in a quarterly report
ter of comic verse. She was sweetly close friends,.Iris Jacquelyn Mor- Assistant State Attorney Harry: _______ to the District Director of

naive, yet was wise 1n so many;rison Shafton of Hollywood, Cali- Morrison who cancelled plans to Internal Revenue. Reports for the

many ways. Her wisdom astounded;fornia, and formerly of Crawford- attend the'\funeral in ,order to be January-February-March quarterare

us all, as frequently she would,yule, Florida, was placed at rest near their mother who could not go F'l due by April 30, 1963, Kehoe
evaluate projects in fields wherein -;.on Saturday, April 6, 1963, in due to illness resulting* from the LA said. He emphasized that it is the

she had BO special knowledge or!i beautiful Hollywood Memorial sudden passing of Jackie. Her two amount of cash wages paid, not the

training-and results would prove'I Park, Hollywood, California, restIng sisters, Mrs. Audrey Morrison Ben- 4 \ hours or days worked, that deternf-

her right. 'I place of many notables of the nett and Mrs. Frances MorrisonPou ines whether or not a household

tier forthrightness occasionally film and television world, which attended the funeral. worker must be reported.A .
provided her with adversaries-: had been her life. representative from this office
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but never an enemy. For an adversary Her death had come suddenly 1 r -.', will be at the Courthouse in

soon became' enthralledand and unexpectedly during the nightof First Baptist Band Gets Jackie Morrison Shafton Crawfordville every 1st Z*.iday of

then discovered a true loving Tuesday, April 2; the result of County the month at 9:30 am. to assist

human, with malice toward no one. an undetected blood clot caused bya Youth NotesThe '. persons in filing a claim?or want-
At this moment as we speak of head injury sustained in a fall Crawf ordville High i RatingsSopchoppy : ing other information-concerning

her wit-you will {instantly have in October of last year. She was Church held Youth Week Baptist April High School Band re- : social security matters. ;,
to smile-though it be deep inside discovered by her husband early cently attended a District Band
1421. This is a week when
yourselves. Who of us has Wednesday morning as he attempted positions meeting in Port St. Joe
of Church 'leadership are
I Names
to her. The local was rated ex- Governor
ne er been regailed by a "Jackie- arouse group
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filled by people. It is a-time
ism?-a warm, delightful spark- Stunned and grieved friends and the, young I I cellent and gofiJ| in the competition '
'..- ling bit-'of-humor'dellvered in the relatives including a number of Church of its.youth.recognized the significance -according to Jeik Birch band..di T. A. Raker

manner of a Southern dY-and prominent: personages filled the The rector. Governor Farris Bryant's office
following
never at the expense of the feel- small but historical Chapel of The ticipated. Sunday young School people, Pianist par Fifteen students received a su- .-.t : v has made public the appointmentof

ings of others.It Psalms at the Memorial Park. Rev Janet Russ perior rating'at the event. T. A. Raker, Crawfordville,
Superintendent, Dusty !
was a wit timed perfectly- Virgil K. Ledbetter of the Holly- Cook ; This is the first time that the Commissioner ,of the Northwest
Secretary Janet Ross .
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I like the showman she never fully wood Baptist Church conducted the T.E.L.: Class, Laura Jo Council;;: Sopchoppy Band has achieved this : : Florida Regional Housing Authority

realized she was. It was a productive services, a tribute to the love and Gleaners Class, Kathy Strickland honor. { tr Wakulla County.
wit. One which carried her esteem in which Jackie was held Pioneer Class, David Wilson; Birch announced the band sche- Raker a prominent business man

guilelessly into the circles of people by thousands from every stationin Married Young People Sandra; dule as follows: April 26, at Sop- in the county is a pulpwood pro-

in high places, though never life. Harper; Fidelis Ann Moore, In- choppy the combined bands of ducer, and also owns a building
losing the common touch. We have Reverend Ledbetter's Bible reading termediate Girls, Bonnie Moore; Carrabelle, Altha, and Sopchoppy, :r.L supply business and is interestedin
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personally been present when} a which included the Twenty- Intermediate Boys, Tyrone Moore; evening concert. May 3rd at Altha Raker's Store in Shadeville.

high advertising executive could third Psalm, were favorites of Junior Girls 11-12 Lim- combined bands of Carrabelle, He has a son in college at Duke
Larry
not make a decision. One gently Jackie's; as were the hymns The baugh; Junior Girls, 9-10, Margaret -! Sopchoppy, and Altha. May 7th University in Durham, North
childing word from Jackie and Old Rugged Cross and The Lord's Kittrell Junior boys 11-12, at Carrabelle same as*above. Carolina, and a step-daughter in
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he acted promptly in the best Prayer, sung by Mrs. Billie Cassidy Danny Spears Junior Boys 9-10 Linda Durant will compete in .+ Tallahassee.He i
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of humor and in the proper direc .. A tribute delivered by- Bill John state wide competition at Ft. Wal- is active in the Wakulla
Spears; Primary Girls, Mar-
tion. That word was uChicken"as Cassidy Productions, Hollywood, ilyn ton Beach on May 4th in the Alto County Chamber of Commerceand .
Alligood. Primary Boys, Ken-
only she could say it. was a .word portrait of Jackie's neth Strickland Beginners, Ginger Saxaphone section. To compete in other organizations.
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At times Jackie could be deeply exquisite nature. The Cassidys Russ the state contest a musician must He-succeede C. L. Rehwinkel.
; Nursery, Fay Kittrell, MaryJane
troubled, as we all become. Then have been intimate personal make a superior rating in the high 't The announcement also made
from deep within herself she drew friends of the Shaftons for manyrears. Green.Nazworth, Kay Kittrell, Linda school division. Bottom row left to right: Diane Vause, .Starr Rudd Rita Tully, Joy public the reappointment of F. B.
Career. Back row: Jackie Lawhon, Darlene Martinez Margaret
upon something that stemmed Training, Union, Pianist, San- Barwick. Becton, Sopchoppy, Member Boardof
from her early life with, her close In a state of near collapse, her dra Harper; Young People, Tyrone Social Welfare, District No. 2,
and loving family--or some simple :husband Jack, accompanied by Moore; Intermediate, Kenny Wakulla County. Mr. Becton is

but profound Bible truth learned Mrs. Shafton's two sisters, Mrs. ,Strickland; Junior 1, Dusty Cook; The American Cancer Society's w former .Standard Oil Dealer for
through her church training1 or William Pcu and Mrs. Billie Ben. Junior 2, Kathy Strickland; Be- immediate goal is the saving of r- Wakulla county. .
from council with her beloved nett of Macon axed Tallahasseerode ginners Margaret Kittrell; Pri- 265,000 lives, or half'of those who
Jack. That trouble would pass and silently as the cortege left maries develop cancer each year. This can '
Ann Moore Ushers
from it she would have much to'' the chapel and wound slowly past Chairman, E. C. Ferrell; 3, J. D., be accomplished by early diagnosis :. v y { d. -al./ Watch Out for '

give to others.In the resting places of Rudolph Valentino and prompt treatment. Have
Harvey, Danny High, Jimmy Welch -
a health checkup every year. Sun BurnHow
than fifteen I
our more yearsof Marion Davies Tyrone Britt Posey.
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close friendship with Jack and Power and other greats. I over exposure to the sun's .
Jackie Shaf tori, my wife Billie andI Minutes later it arrived at the # rays, particularly during the spring

have benefitted from their loving modest but beautiful site he bad P."s, -r i, I and summer months, can in many

help. It was they who enabled us selected out of respect for her + 1 eases cause skin cancer, is de-
to'gain a footing and start on our wishes in such matters. signifi- d scribed in a pamphlet, "Watch

way 'when we came to California.To cantly, it is at an intersection of Out For the Sizzle of the Sun,"

Us their love story exceeds two avenues in the Park called ny published by the Florida Divisionof

any reportedm history books or Laurel (their home is in Laurel JI! ; the American Cancer Society.
told in plays and fiction. We are Canyon in Hollywood) and South The pamphlets are available

not alone in our thinking. Avenues. without,charge at any of the So-

1 It was 'the love of many things From many points throughoutthe ciety's sixteen officers throughoutthe

: that make Jackie, a tireless worker. country have come expressionsof f state. Locations are listed in
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She wielded all manner of tools ?sympathy: ? Many, includingstate I the regular, white pages of tele-
ease as when government officials and ::, .. :
with the same pass- ., -"c., phone directories in key Florida
Ing around the hostess tray at,one well known, television personalities : ( cities.
gatherings, 'we arrived from far distances expressly f rs
of her gracious According to a Society spokesman -
: with Jack and to ; ; trre t t. # 1
to be
She e
have all so enjoyed. was"night t s akin cancer is quite curableif
people" as she so often offer what comfort they could. k+'s F detected early and given prompt
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humorously remarked one of Jackiewill rest with membersof professional treatment. Although
those unusual creatures who accomplish her profession as' her memory 9s s ; there will be an estimated 22,500
during the dark lives on inspiring in the mindsof ii + Di&t, f. -
::more : __ cases of the disease develop
hours, while others sleep, all whose privilege it was to t .iY 'isiids.. C throughout Florida during the
.
There is much much more. know her. next twelve months, most of the

Those who: knew her 'could begin Jackie was married to Jack F eases will not prove fatal if proper,
to Shafton at Tallahassee, Florida, _
endlessly
our
;here adding. E. ; e ,. advanced precautions are taken.
'thoughts.. This is the legacy she in 1945. After his'release as a "
for that same irrides- lieutenant in the armed forces, 1
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leaves us. ut to right: Bobby Tally, Frankie Langston Rita
cell.c : sparked. salesperson and they returned to his: home in denberry Linda Durant.Homecoming Tully, Mike Rod.

president alike remains here for Hollywood, California, where he I I MYFBake

us to use as we hold Jackie in resumed his activities in the enter- I
tainment industry as a puppet Sale
our;thoughts. at SaturdayThe
One thing, remains to say, the master and producer-director of t T {
most important of all The love puppet activities for live theater, Ellen Woman's Club Crawfordville Methodist

and esteem of Jackie,.the true and motion pictures and television. Lake M.Y.F. will have a Bake Sale,

belowed wife--In'nis deepest grief, Jackie immediately became en- The Lake Ellen Baptist Church Meeting May 7 Saturday morning, April 21 at
gaged actively in this work and f' 9:00 a.m. in front of the Court
Jack has set down these feelings li Medart, Florida, will have their The Crawfordville
together have risen to Woman'sClub : House. This bake sale is held to
they
which so eloquently" it all annual homecoming the first Sun- will hold their regular
month
"In half a normal .life span, nition. day in May, May 5th. After former ly meeting. May 7, at 8:00 help raise money to pay the axPnse -
o'clock .
Their much 'sought after puppet of the M.Y.F. members to
Jackie had lived a fuller life had pastor, Rev. Homer Dugger brings at Oaks Restaurant. Mrs.
productions a have been performed Margaret Leeaburg for the summer camp.
hours in companionshipwith dinneronthegroundwill
his message
spent more Alligood will Install the
An
virtually at fair and exposition new baked goods or donations well
her husband'and had made a every be served. The LeonWakullaSinging officers for the
coming 6
year. AH be
brighter imprint than many are throu&bout'California.. Group will be at the af- members are urged to greately appreciated. Anyone
Their and creative ideas, come and to wishing to have their donationspicked
to achieve in their alloted puppets ,
service.
dcctifrpd singing Everyone their husbands
She was taken from her sets props' and special effects ternoon I* invited to attend." ,', bring. or gueeta. rip, please Call WA 6-3801. -

loved cacti her friends and her have appeared in major motion .
pictures over an eighteen year Left to right: Henry McDonald. M. O. Strieklaa
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WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS ..

2> ThBnday, Apr 26. 19U CLASSIFIED son Buys -, SQPCHOPPY NEWSThe

loose weight safely with DEX-
Sub-dUtHet F.F.A. Convention -
A-Diet; full weeks supply H8e.WakuUa Shop
WAKULLA
consisting of Havana Greensboro
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Pharmacy. Craw-
rdville. Gibson* barber for the Quincy Crawfordville, Sop-
COUNTY NEWS years at 117 East Jef choppy Leon and two Junior High

,,.. '-to .. _Fs Street, Tallahassee,' is now School of Tallahassee, was held

Telephone WAlnut 6-S301 :: ."'1 of the shop. Gibson's., still Friday April 19, at the Sopchoppy

: for fine barber serv High School.

.e' ::CLASSIFIED. '* eYe shop was formerly owned The schedule, of events included
tI'
FEMALE, HELP WANTED Y i Meloy. tractor driving, public speaking*

I'f Virginia Keijshtley Editor Opening for 4 ladies immediatelyin F k 4 with'Gibson are C. L. won by Havana horse shoe pitching -
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f- _; Crawfordville area. Earn $25- 1 sro v John D. Hutchens, John won by Greensboro, string

t.: $50 -part-time. No canvassing, R. O. Hix and Don band playing won by Sopchoppy,
. .., quartet by Sopchoppy Crawfordville .
. J. '>t' collecting or delivering. We f : ::
; Entered aY Crawfordville 'Florida. train and pay commissions week- : shop is open five days a won 22-2 over Quincy in soft-

ly. Tel. 224-8797 or write 803 Tuesday through Saturday, ball. ,
as second class matter.: Subscription Delores Dr., Tallahassee Apt.C. : a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Parliamentary Procedure>> consisted -

rate: $3.00 per year. 4 of representatives from
s each school. Miss Sandra Sapp of

1, .. Endorses Havana was chosen as the F.F.A.

J Sweetheart. Winners of these

r4 If You Need. Act events will attend, the District

President of the Florida F.F.A. Convention.Mr. .

r Office Supplies ;y. Society this week called Clyde Morrison underwentsurgery _
> Business Machines Audubon members in all at the Tallahassee Memorial -
Office Furniture lids Hospital morning
the State to express their Thursday

J' See or Call Governor Bryant's "Out- June 18.Mrs. .
tlon Act" which is Nellie Raker of Crawford :
now
; '. RANEY WHALEYat Left to right-C. L. Braddock John D. Hutchens, Jimmie R. Gibson:. the Florida (ville was an overnight guest of
John R. Califf R. O. Hiz and Don Strickland. All barbers at Gibson's. Legislature. 'Mrs.
I D. Morrison of Lake Delma Roberta, Friday.
president of the Society,; Mr. Myron: Hodge has returned
CAPITAL OFFICE an informal meeting of from the Tallahassee Memorial
.
EQUIPMENT CO. CALL 222-0165 GIBSON'SBarber of directors revealed Hospital.

l 319 South Adams St. in principle of Mr. Wilson CcCalister was in
:', Corner E. Pensacola Recreation Act. Ac Sopchoppy Friday April 19. He attended -

TALLAHASSEE, .FLORIDA The American Cancer Society to Morrison, it would: en- the F.F.A. Sub-district

.. reports that there are more than Shop State to acquire wild Convention and was one of the
t 1,200,000 Americans alive today 'recreation and conserva judges throughout the events. Mr.

ST who have been cured of cancer. 117 Jefferson Phone that will make Flor Wilson a 1960 graduate of Sop

C : -. .A' T, VSERVICE Your best protection against (Formerly Meloys) better place in which to choppy High School, served two J
death from cancer is an annual many generations to years as State President of the
health checkup. F.FJL
Left to right-C. L Braddock, John D. -
; ; Call will die of Hutchens, Jimmy:, R. Gibson, John R. of the text of Morrison's Sopchoppy's Yellow Jackets de-
Some children
WA 6-3612 4,700 Califf, R. O. Hix and Don Srickljnd. STILL YOUR follows: feated FS.B. Yellow Jackets 7-1
cancer in 1963 if present rates
GEO. CREECHCRAWFORDVILLE continue according to the Amer- Bryant has proposed in a softball games, ,held at Sop

ican Cancer Society. Many of FOR FINE BARBER SERVICE Florida Legislature far- choppy School, Friday, April 19.

these' deaths will be unnecessary : and comprehensive plan to Mr. Clyde Morrison J. of Tallahassee -

r -because cancer was detected too NOW lands that are needed visited in Sopchoppy Fri
late for effective treatment. We at Gibson's offer you fine Barbering by men who have the and future recreation day. .

Dees Barber Shop Parents should be aware that can- experience that will best serve your needs. Best Shine Man in purposes such Mrs. Tena McPhaul and Mrs.

f 2238 South Monroe cer strikes children as well as town (Pope Stratton). 70 miles of seashore, Mattie Y. Revelle transacted business ; -

adults. acres or more as wilderness in Tallahassee Saturday.An .
Men's and Boys Haircut OPEN 5 DAYS A WEEK-TUE. ,thru SAT., house
# s, 4,400 camp sites, 111 his- open reception was
The American Cancer Society 7:30 a.m. 'til 6 p.m. or archeological sites, sev given to Bud and Zylphia Roberts
has listed signals _
. seven danger _
Friday April 19 from the hoursof
. fresh and salt water ,
that might mean cancer: (1) Un-
ri P sites, 115,000 acres 7 to 9 p.m. The Roberts have
: usual bleeding or discharge; ((2)
F 1 ,
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;: j A lump or thickening in the breastor Gibson .. j preserves, etc. This moved into their new home and
Jimmy : x.
: sense. At the rate wild they have four children.
i DEE COOK Owner- elsewhere; ((3)) A sore that our

.. does not heal; ((4)) Change in NEW OWNER AND MANAGER disappearing two years Mrs. Inez Gent ,of, Tallahassee
bowel or bladder habits; (5) ;. may be too late. was 'a visitor of Mrs. Tom Mc-
.
Hoarseness ,or cough; (6)) Indigestion JimmyGibson has been at this location for 8 years Governor's plan is embodied Pliant Saturday afternoon.Mr. .

or difficulty in swallow- known as the 'Outdoor and Mrs. Jim Revell and
now having bought this business he would like
: ing, and (7)) Change in a wart or Act'. daughter Terri Lynn of Gaines-
,. to Invite his old and friends
new to in.
mole. If a signal lasts more than come of Audubon leaders ville, visited Mrs.' Revell's aunt,
two weeks to doctor. -- -- -
THE go your Lake Wales April 10 to Mrs. L. C. Sapp Saturday after-

Kidd. Chairman of the noon.
To help teach the thousands of luJ INGROWN NAIL Committee on Recrea- The Sopchoppy Band Concertwas

i CHRISTlfln Americans who have lost their HURTING You ,' explain this held in the auditorium of the
voices to larynx cancer to speak COLD SUFFERERSGet ALL
fmraerffaftfteffeff and answer questions Sopchoppy School at 8 p.m., Fri-
again, the American Cancer So-
the' activities of it. After: the meeting, the day, April 19. The band was under
S
J. SCIEnCE the ciety's International.supports Association of A few drop of OUTGRO brine blessed fast relief from that due acheallover colds.STANBACK'S -. BULBA"y Florida Audubon Society the direction of the band master
feeling to
relief from XmnetiHng p>ia of ingrown Bail. worn-out
Laryngectomees. You can help, OUTGRO tooffhemTflU skin onden>e th thaMil combination of medi- Oils who were present stated Mr. Jack Birch.
too. Give generously to the 1963 t.-f=the gala nail and to discomfort.ba eat and thro OUTO&Qavailable pre- cally-proven ingredients reduces that this is an emer- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Barwickand
mOniTOR Sa at all drug counter
t Crusade. fever and brings.comforting ,relief. and .that pur .Society- son Gregory, of Tallahassee,
Use as a gargle fot sore throardue to enCl rse'"the-Outdoor Recre visited Mrs. Barwick's parents,
I colds. Snap back with STANBACK. in principle and make Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Rodenberry on
t. NOTICE OF UNPAID DELINQUENT TANGIBLE PERSONAL IESUUR-OIL :
PROPERTY TAXES .to see that the Legis- Sunday April 21.
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I IAs of our views. Mr. Bearnie Barwick and
Accurate .I Provided by Chapter 20723. Acts of 1941, notice is hereby given that tangible I family
personal property taxes assessed for 1962 are now delinquent and beginning with week or two probably were the week-end guests of Mr.
April 1 such taxes are drawing interest of 1% the -
per proportionate
I'cost of publishing this notice. Unless the amounts set opposite each name below : : the fate of this im and Mrs. Braxton Barwick.
Complete I are paid before the first of May, warrants will be Issued thereon directing levy .:' ;' /i --FoRSALE----; measure. If our state Joseph C. McKenzie and 2 chil-
F I upon and seizure of additional personal property of the tax payers for unpaid -_ .
taxes. penalty, and the costs. The name of delinquent personal property : ,_ .. don't hear from you and dren are home on a months leave
tax payers, and the amount of taxes including the cost. .of advert1aing and the .
News i l first month' penalty are as follows: may conclude that their visiting his parents, Waddie Mc-

i i PERSONAL PROPERTY The Building of the : don't care about 'con Kenzie and family. Mr. McKenzie

Coverage so why should they will returns to Alberquo N.Mex.,
!IBeaton .
f curtl Rt. 8. Tallahassee Fla f 25.24 I it."
'Bower. 3-D P.O. Box 606. Tallahassee, Fla 91.90 where he has reinlLsted.
Bowen W.D Rt. 1. Crawfordville Fla 47.36 Mrs. Dalton Payne of Grove-
Rt. _
Carraway Royal 1. Crawfordville Fla 4.03
Creech George 31' Crawfordville, Fla.-___? 2.52 : land Fla., spent a few days last
Printed in Dykes Mr. and Mrs. W. 13. Rt. 2. Crawfordville Fla 13.12 PRIMITIVE BAPTIST .
; Edenneld C. M' 818 E. Call St.. TaUahassee. Fla.-. 10.09 week with her mother Mrs. Elsie
Flournoy, James D. Rt. 2. Box 43. Tallahassee, Fla_. 21.00 <,, :
BOSTpHIJOS Granger Printing Company Crawfordvill Fla _._____ 107.03 \ : Roddenberry.
Harrell Barney & FODSO__SopchPPY Hemorrhoids Mrs. Johnnie
Roberts
ANGELES Harrell-. Sopchoppy.: ri:-........._ _ J: and Mrs.
Hartsfield. Will Panacea. Fla 5.55 In Crawfordville \ Florida Roberts went to Mariannalast
t Hodge Annabelle Rt. Fin- 34.33Hodge ;_
tt : M kocfu. _ 16.15 ; Surgery Wednesday to attend the funeral
Jenkins 51. A- 620 w. Jackson. Thomasville, Ga.... 'l.87 ;;F- .. of the small daughter of Mr.,
Outzs Charles p. S1. Marks. Fla 13.12 Itch-Relieves Pain
Parr1lh. Mack 3 Rt. 3. Thomasville Ga. 10.09 : and Mrs. Laurence who died of j
[ Parrish, Mallory I .- Rt. 2. Crawfordville. Ga _. 5.54 first time science has found lukemja. j
1 Year $22 6 Months $11 Pearce Frank .Rt. 2 Crawfordville :Fla__ '26.26 .sf: Anyone Interested substance with the
t 3 Months $5.50 Pisani, Frank W 442 McDaniel St.. Tallahassee, Fla 11.00 as. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Roddenberry
ability to shrink hemor-
Porter Steven 3 Rt. 2. Crawfordville 1"1a__ 4,03Strickland. .
: Clip advertisement ."df Paul S1. Marks FIa. 37.3S to relieve pain-without bad 3 of their daughters and families -
return it with your check or.money Taylor. James G 'P:1nacea. Fla._ 3.12 1 In case after case, while
,:'" order to: Tucker. A. A_ Rt. 5. a.x 107. Tallahassee Fla.2324 :" : relieving pain actual reduc- visit them for a few days.T. .
.: The Christian Science Monitor 11lUy C. W Rt.. 1. Crawfordville Fla 25.24 : : ) took place. Most C. Brannen of Panama City;

f: :' ':.. One Boston Norway 15. Man.Street White Deter, Same Art____ -:- .' So ttO1, WTAL. Tallahassee 25.25 10.09 __ > ContactL 'of sufferers all-results made were astonishing so thor- C. F. Glass of Clearwater, Fla.,
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the sixth of the 196. '
period Thursday, April %5.1 yea. .
[.;/;. The Linton family reunion will 1963 ,school year.! &IZIiMIO .W L ". '
. 0 be, heM on Saturdayfay. 4th at PERSONALS : ,, :

' :-:: Lake Bradford near the Airport The Crawfordville Methodist,' 4s... O : ;t. : -

r 4 in Tallahassee All desendent M.Y.F.. at their meeting last Sunday ,

and friends of Frank, John* Tom, evening elected the following ; '
;:. and Ben Linton and Dora Linton officers, President Eric Mathia { '
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t. Kennedy and Elizabeth Linton Vice President Betty Jones; Sec _- ;t .
;:.._ Rheichrt are urged to attend. The retary, Jan Pearce; Treasurer,1'

basket lunch will be served at one Selena Smith; Reporter, Gloria i trrr RUDY EVTNS ? t
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The airlines have their hundred
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t Mr. Benny Shields of the U.S. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Porter and thousand mile clubs and the triple

I h Coast Guard, who is stationed int their house guest. Mr. Porter's **A" recognizes motorists who have 'R -
t: ,Cuba is home on leave visiting his sister, spent the weekend in Sara-, proven themselves to be safe and : .. ..' ;:, ..> ."':
'b l parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis, ota, visiting Bob Porter. ..CVirgil responsible auto drivers. It was only ; 'i{ :' ; .
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natural that sooner or something f Peanuts I... ,,?fl., .
f Shields. Mrs. Mary Daniels, who has, similar would turn up in the ;, =*._:' .
: Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Guntafa- been >taying in Decatuer, Ga., has field of recreational boating. It has : w :: ;
1 son of Sacramento, Calif., .were returned to her home in'Crawford.ville. and it's called the 1000 Hour Club. ; ,_. ,' .
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guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul. Robinson This newly organized club is spon- _: -:/' ::. are our : %*:% \ f !
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r' Kreager the first of the week.. I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gilmore are President sored dation.by Its the purpose Evinrude is Boating to recognize Foun ... ::'. :!J;i :. .: I
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,, Mrs. Lillie Markee and sister of now living in the former home of outboard boatmen who have over < .:' busIness, .. ". :''',.. ,:>....' .
Perry visited their Uncle and Mrs. Nursie Ashmore.Mr. the years exemplified their knowl- '-" "' :
Aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Coggins and Mrs. E. G. Hammick edge of sound boating practices. -:, ,- ,.. :
Through its members the-club hopesto '
last Sunday. and daughter Billie Helyn have make boating a, better sport for : ."" too... : __ .
Mrs. Annie Templeton of Starke- returned after "
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spending several everyone ; ;
ville, Miss., visited friends in this days, in Tennessee. The qualifications for membership :-

area. last week. Mrs. Commodore Taff is a patient are to rather be. Membership stiff but they're is limited intended :: ,: : ; Ccis.Mae.'i:- i- -

Mrs. Juanita Poppie and children in the Tallahassee Memorial. to men and women who have logged .. : '
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of Columbia, Ala:. visited her Hospital. { S a minimum of 1000 running hours "' .,
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mother Mrs. Crosby over the Crawfordville Methodist in operating an "
week end. Church will have their annual boat. The equipment need not be of '
"- particular make and the applicant ;l: "f
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f Miss Kay Cogdill of'FSU is now Homecoming service, with dinneron any need not presently own aboaL \ :, ; ,
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t' home for the summer and is em-' the grounds, Sunday May 19. In accumulating the 1000 ; : .
+ ployed with the Easter Seal hours,. however he must net have .
been responsible for a reportable We had stalk with the other ; .
V t Therapy Center in Tallahassee. ate a young man day _
Becky Bony accident.A
boating ,
L,' Mr. and Mrs. Howard Perkins MEDART NEWS Vice President sponsor, who can be the com- .- "" about money. He said: "You wouldn't want my . I
1- are vacationing in Miami and the modore of a boat dub, the commander -
by John Pigott of Power Squadron Coast \ a '- account; it would_ ust be peanuts." .
:,. Southern port of Florida. a or .
I... Col. and Mrs. Alfred Hol- Mrs. J. C. Carter spent Thursday t- Guard Auxiliary croup, or an authorized .,'r : how feel'I I
We do
:' and Friday of last week in Evinrude outboard motor ,.;..' were quick to point out we .
comb
of Tampa spent the week 'F"'" .
the hospital at Thomasville Ga. dealer, must attest to the validityof : ,,, about itt j" Y I
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. Mrs. Steve Coggins.PANACEA for a check-up. ,". applicant. Membership application .
i Judy Linton of Atlanta, Ga.. forms are available from Evinrude Some of our accounts start with a dollar or '- .ft ; I

who is a hostess on the Eastern dealers. two. Some run to large fig Some of the -" [
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does club ,
What .
Air Lines, spent a few days with advantagef membership .-?#'; I
NEWS her offer? Upon acceptance into big ones started very small; and whether the ,
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the club, a member receives a lapel .
by Eva Cosper Linton. button, membership card and a smalr ones grow or not, they give us a real chance I
Mrs. D. V. Thompson of Camilla, Mr. and Mrs 'Don Bowen and parchment membership scroll. Heal
'. Georgia, fs staying at"her cottage. family went to Covington, Va., last receives the club's regular periodical to be of service to people who need us. ., ..f.... '
Thousand Hour News. But -
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She had as her guests, Mr. and week, to attend the funeral! of most important, say officials of the We like "peanuts." Bring them in, any time.! : ,.=..t
Mrs. Tom Palmer of Camilla. Don's brother's
wife. Foundation is the satisfaction '. .
and Mrs. C. I. Owens of ... : .
Mr. We are happy to report that of knowing; that by meeting the '
Albany Ga., is staying at their Mrs. Delmar Steger is home from stringent requirements, he has set _: -
'.,' Chuck Deal himself above and apart from the
have had theiri'
cottage. They as the hospital and is doing fairly
SecretaryDebra average boatman. It recognizes himas
guests, their son! Dawson and good. the knowledgeable and experi-

family. $ enced boatman he is. {,
Mrs. Vetitia McMillian cele w- The long range goal of the club i{
brated her 91st birthday; April 16. is to make boating a better sport 11 i
honored that afternoon YOU CAN GET for everyone through a nucleus of i
She was i
members who will impart the benefits LEWIS STATE BANK
wwith a party of many friends and RELIEF FROMHEADACHE of their Experience on other .
neighbors and received a numberof lx>atmen. It's certainly a step in
lovely gifts'and beautiful flow- PAINSTANBACK the right direction. FLORIDA'S OLDEST BANK
r Happy boating.y
Rudy MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. ,
era.Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Cosper had gives you FAST relief it-\.
their guests her parents, Mr. from pains of.headache, neuralgia! .
as
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neuritis,and minor pains of arthritis, I I
and Mrs. W. F. Grover, Sr., her rheumatism. Because STANBACK

brother, M. B. Grover and family contains several medicallyapprovedand The American Cancer Society's COMPLETE '

.,. of Tampa and her brother W. F. relief prescribed. take ingredients STANBACK for with fast "Will to Conquer Cancer Craade" Fill Cracks And I Tallahassee
can
you
Grover, Jr., of Anchorage, Alaska. confidence.Satisfaction guaranteed! assures future support of FLORIST
Rev. Tom Harrell will hold services .. programs of cancer research, education Holes.Better .
T.it 6s.E
i. Sunday, April 28, at the STANBACKgainst -- and service. The program Flowers & Candy Inc. SERVICE
Bethel Primitive Baptist Church, preparationyou've any TTh11 I Stufflebeem encourages interested persons to Handles life putty.Hardens like wool
v at 11 a.m. Sunday ,School 'will be ever Treasurer include the American Cancer So- .

held at 10:00 ajn. Everyone is invited used IatflEaio.eNw.r..vey r ". -.) ciety as a beneficiary' in wills and PLASTIC WOOD' '
insurance policies.This will ,
pro- :' --\j'
to attend.. : : _...... i ,, The Genuine-Accept No J. ,
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Equipment For Beehives HOOD, TEL AHTNC) Old Cemetery;
i Armadillo, rattlesnake or rac-
conference table "took a TALLAHASSEE, Under a new coon might hare been on the menu
: Beat" to a chartered bus to- TomorrowAn
directive signed today by Commissioner
for Army Pvt.Kenneth D. Shields,
as board members of Florida of Agriculture Doyle Con- impressive ceremony will
son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F.
Corporation toured St. ner, there shouldn't be any ques- Shields, Route 4, Tallahassee Fla. take place Friday afternoon from
In order to witness the tion as to who owns which bee- -if he could have caught 4 to 5 O'clock. at the Old City
'. latest mechanized equip hives in the State of Florida. Shields, with other members one. of Cemetery, located at the corner of
oo-the-job. The measure is an amendmentto the 2d Armored Division, West Park Avenue and Boulevard"
recently
their regular monthly Rule No. 7B-19.10 of the Flor- completed seven weeks training in Street, commemorating Memorial
meeting, the 11 directors ida Administrative Code and provides guerrilla fighting and survival Day.
other company officers and for the identification and Judge Dozier Devane will de-
techniques on a special reaction
: 1 heads for a three-hour marking apiaries and Beekeeping I liver the Commemorative address.
course at Fort Hood, Tex.
\ tour and *observed aerial
equipment. The Susan Bradford Eppes Ckap-
The soldiers
spent a week the
on
et trucks, pole-setting equip- Conner said that the hives in in turns. The ter, Children of the Confederacy,
and other modern tools of every apiary or Beeyard must now course training included bridge 60-hours'demolition of and the Anna Jackson Chapter,
industry. in actual op be plainly marked with the owner's cliff climbing, hand- -hand- Daughters of the Confederacy are
name, address and telephone num- combat and survival technique sponsors of the program.The .
specialized vehicles repre- ber in order that inspectors of the like catching dinner.A children, boys with small
I great investment," said W. J. Division of Plant Industry may medical aid in Confederate flags, girls with
president,;"and assure that identify them. man Headquarters flowered-wreaths performing in
Company of the, 50thInfantry's
trained men are using the Apiary inspectors frequently band-like formation will decorate
1st Armored
Rifle Battalion
in automated safety- ngi- find colonies of bees, but in the each Confederate Soldier's grave.
at Fort Shields
Hood,
equipment to provide our past have been unable to determinethe en- Decorating the graves of the
tered the in
Army February 1962,
with the most efficient, owners, Conner pointed out. soldiers of the Civil War began in
completed basic training at Fort
electric service available in he Jackson, Mississippi, on April 26,
The new ruling, explained, will
Jackson, S. C., and was stationedat
1865. This is observed by Mis-
provide ready identification. day
Fort Sam Houston
Tex. be-
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40 "tourists" saw brews in sissippi, Alabama, Georgia, and
at five different locations fore his present assignment. Florida. The public is invited.WANTE .
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Amo's Chinese Dish .
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the grain in paper thin \
This is easier to. do if Office the Wakulla ASC Committee
is frozen first. Place meat S : ASCS County
bowl and pour over it a mix-
of H cup soy sauce and 1
sugar. Let it marinate
% hour, turning meat after k
J i ; 15 minutes. Cut 3 large is receiving applications for the position of County '
firm tomatoes in eighths -
t : cut 2 seeded green peppers
thin strips. In a large slpl-
heat \i cup salad oil. Add 1 =
clove anta % teaspoon : Office Manager. The committee will take 'applications -
and cook for a few min ..1. "
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and saute stirring con- ', .
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