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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: May 23, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
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VOLUME 64'NUMBER 11
_= f CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORID Thursday. May 23. IS" ] PRICE 10 CENTS PER COPT
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Can.eerDressings Cancer Research
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Volunteer if .
Group than $2,000,000 of the contributions
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r.E ,. Many thanks and much appreciation made by the general
, 'is due the Panacea Volunteer public to the 1963 fund-raising

group for their production of I Crusade of the American Cancer
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cancer dressing under the able : L Society will be used specifically for

x; supervision of Mrs. Emily ffiles, continued and accelerated programs
who cuts and prepares all dressings of leukemia and related re

prior to the meetings, rolls all search. '

bandage and supervises makingof The announcement was made

the pads and dressings.This ; yesterday by the Society's National

group of matrons meet at Office in New York. L. H. Peterson -

east three times a month and Executive Vice President of

more when necessary or in an '_.: the Florida Division, verified the

emergency. The meetings are report.

usually held at the home of Mrs. He said that one research grantis

Vivian Barnett, who, is a most gracious already in effect in Florida at !

Janet RUM daughter of Representative and lovely hostess. the University of Miami Cancer I

and Mrs. Bobby Ross of The materials are furnished by Research Laboratory,Coral Gables.
Crawfordrille, is Valedictorian of
the 1963 Crawfordrille School the American Cancer Society and The grant which has been madeto

Senior Class. the materials and finished padsare Dr. Veronica Armaghan, research -

,." usually delivered by the County assistant professor of ex-

Health Nurse, Mrs. Anita Townsend is being used
perimental biology,
who is also service officer of
,
for a scientific study of the effec- I
the Wakulla, County unit of the T tiveness of two anti-leukemia,
American Cancer Mrs :
Society. drugs. This investigation is of particular I
Townsend also to]
J gives instruction i interest because some scientists -
the group when needed.
I feel that success in leukemia
The list of the regular volunteer
research may lead to break-
1 workers ar.as follows: Mrs. Emily
,.. throughs in other phases of can-
Hiles, Mrs. Vivian Barnett, Mrs.
Mamie Clay, Mrs. Mae Brown, Mrs. .. 7 cer research.
Besides supporting leukemia research -
Eva C spar, Mrs. Gracie Allen,
projects, in Florida and
Mrs.: Agnes Coxen, Mrs. Lillian *
elsewhere Peterson pointed out,
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North: Mrs. Julia Geeslin, Mrs.
dollars contributed by citizens
Years:
Fern and Mrs Ruby Brum-
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a by ;.. -- = : throughout the State during the
t Y4 American Cancer Society's Crusade -
Other helpers include, Mrs. Bessie
_Kaye Evans of Wakulla. daughter Long, Mrs. Kathleen Child, are serving other vital pur-
of Mr., and Mrs.. O. H. Evans, Services for unfortunatecancer
.
is. Salutatorian Mrs. Elizabeth Redfern, Mrs. Lotus poses.
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those
Witt: Mrs. Ada Raker. Mrs. Abbey patients, including

PANACEA NEWSBy Snyder, Mrs. Mae Wills, Mrs. suffering from leukemia, are assisted

Geneva Berwick, Mrs. Minnie Ellis, by items from Loan Closets

EVA COSPfiR Mrs. Velma Harrington, Mrs. Frances located throughout the State. Facts.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred'Kemp of Atlanta Smith, Mrs ,Carrie- Barwick, about cancer and leukemia'aN

Georgia, were here from May Mrs. Eunice Burk, Mrs. Jessie Maintenance of smooth-surface flooring in kitchens and other areas available at no cost. .

10th, until May 17th. They ,stayed Smith, Mrs. Clara Cantell and Mrs. We hope, he concluded, that the

at; th4 Panes Courts. Mary Hodges.' general public will avail them-
has been simplified over the past few years with the development of new floor
Charles Roberts of Salt Lake Many of the ladies. take work selves! of pertinent information

City, Utah is visiting his grandparents -, home to do between the meetings. about cancer and leukemia. Thereare
Mr and Mrs. W B. Witt., care' methods and application!materials. Liquid-cleaners waxes and combination
Acknowledgements are also due sixteen offices in key Florida
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Hazel &'W received ba& T-IIII r .
Brad 1 .
a Oakes Mot, Kingflah Lodge"and cities, listed under American Cancer -

leg injury about two weeks ago and various private parties for con- cleaner-polishes can help the housewife. retain the original appearance of _, ."'. Society in the regular white

had to have five stitches taken in' tributions of raw material. Guestof pages of local telephone directories.

it. Hope it will be okay soon. the workers 'attend and work The American Cancer Society,
her flooring through many years of service with less effort than older methods I
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Snyder have when in the vicinity- Florida Division office ,is located

left on their vacation. They will This group has made the follow- I at 416 Tampa Street, Tampa 2, I

probably be gone for some tlm'e.Their Up to Dee."SI, ],962 Jan. 1 to of hando-and-knees floor care. i Florida. '

first stop is Leitchfield, Ken- May 16, 1963 ,

tucky where and their then granddaughter on to Toledo, Ohio will : Totaling Kennel Club Senate Supports Schools Ask School Band To The Clay Re veil's


graduate from high school on JuneS Pads, large, med. & Gets Ready Luther TuckerSenator For More Tax Give Concert; Honored At Dinner

6th. x' small, 3362 1095 4457 Monticello, Fla. Greyhound Florida's children, are in dangerof The first annual spring concertof
The W.MS and GJL's of the Luther Tucker representing Mrs. Clay Revell was held Sun-
T. bandages, 14 14 racing will open at Monticello on being short-changed. The Dade the Crawfordville High School
First Baptist Church in Panacea Sm. bandages, 268 181 449 June 7, a Friday night the 5th District overrodethe County Steering Committee Band will be held Thursday A birthday dinner for Mr. and
night
on ,
met with the W.M.S. and GJL's of Governor's' veto of a bill effecting day, May 19, at the home of the
Hospital gowns 57 13 70 It will be the fifth season of
School Legislation call on all citizens May 30, at 8:00 P.M. in the school
the First Baptist Church in Carra- Liberty county during a Rev. Emmett Whaley and Mrs.
Colostomy pads, 12 114 126 operation for Jefferson County of the state to be aware of auditorium. Refreshments will be
recent session.
belle on May 13th. This meeting 4x 4 Kennel Club heralded Whaley in Crawfordville. All of
dressings by many as the possible reduction in funds served. The band now has 24 mem-
took place at 7:30 P.M. and a Buf- The bill which would allow the the children were able to be pres
of the
(12'a39 30 69 one most pleasant and effi- needed bers aid is expecting to in
minimum
to meet stand- grow
fet Supper.was served. The historyof County Commissioners to pave ent. They were as follows, Mrs. Ed
This is a wonderful work that cient parimutuel plants in Florida. ards. A crucial and need the next few years. The band was
the W.M.S. and G.A/S was given streets in municipalities was sug- urgent Parks of Montgomery, Ala., Mr.
: these volunteers are doing to help Steve Andris, president of the organized in the fall of 1961.
!. exists for the Legislature to enact
gested to the Senator
A by the State r and Mrs. Revell of Gainesville
the Carrabelle lovely Barney
by group. in the fight against cancer andI growing track, said today that the -
time was had by alL that each will be 92-day season will extend through Road Department, it was a local:,'enough new taxes to meet these Mr. Dave Collings, director, Fla., Mrs. Verlie Howe of
am rewarded
sure -
Harrell will hold bill that pertained to Liberty minimum standards of quality edu- wishes to thank all who have Fla. and
Rev. Tom serv but in the meantime theyare Sept 23.Florida. Tampa, Mr. Mrs. G. C.
County. When Senator Tucker cation. The concurrent responsibility shown interest and supported the
Ices'Sunday.May 26th at the Bethel due all of thank Racing Commission rules Clemons of Tallahassee, Mrs. Ted
our "hearty spoke to the members of the Senate for not providing minimum band this past year. Money that
Primitive Baptist Church. Sunday for job "well done. permit 90 days of regular racing, Roberts of Sopchoppy; Rev. and
School will beat 10 A.M. and a plus an additional day's run for asking that they over-ride the Gov standards of quality education for was donated has been used to buy Mrs. Whaley, Crawfordville.The .

Church Services will be at 11:00 charity and for college scholar- ernor's veto he stated that this,our children shall fall on the equipment and music Mr. Collings brothers and sisters of Mr.
a
A.M. Everyone is welcome. I Grimes ReunionAt ship fund. same type bill had been passed for Governor, the Legislature and the hopes that with your continued Revell attending were Mr. and

Homecoming will be held at the The dates for this parallel -:other' counties during the last ses apathy and lack of initiative of the support and interest to have a Mrs. Early Revell of Marianna,
season
.
: sion. Senator Ruben Askew of citizens of Florida. There is band that Crawfordville will be Fla. Revellof
Sopchoppy Congregational Holiness Otter LakeThe no Mr. and Mrs. Alton
those of the last one, when the
I District 2 said that the same type' need than proud of, and urges all to come
Church Sunday, May 26th. Rev. track had its most successful run greater adequately pro- Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs.
Allen will preach and dinner will Grimes Renuion and Fish:' in history. bill had been,passed in his district, viding for our children. Florida out to this concert and hear your Charlie Revell of Telogia, FJU;
Fry was held at Otter Lake, Sun- band.
be held after: the devotional serv- "We have noted steady other Senators concurred that several teachers and educators call on all r. Raymond Revell and 'Betty Gail
ices. Singing will be in the afternoon day, May 19. Those attending from in happily a interest I counties had this type legis- Florida citizens for support. We of Sopchoppy; Mr. and Mrs. Arbie
growth grewhound racing -
Tallahassee Mr and Mrs. .
I around '2 P.M. All Come! were in said Andris lation. need a "children's lobby" in Tal- Jones of Havanna, Fla.; Mr. and
Quintus Grimes, Joy and: Jessie our area, When the Senate voted they lahassee and the citizens of this Mrs. Nelse Roddenberry of Sop
Boating Tip'
"And favorable
feel this is
rimes Frank and Karen Grimes we a .
,
went unamiously with Senator the Mrs. Retell was
reflection of state are only one who can choppy; brother of
Miles and Millie Bagwell, Magada the on our policy facilities provid- Tucker. According to old timers provide it. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilder of Sop.
ST. MARKS NEWS deBlock, Isaiah Walker Thomas ing most up-to-date in the capitol this was probablythe choppy.

.
Mrs. Allis Mae 'Roberts .spent and Jewell Porter, Mr. and Mrs. possible.The first time that the entire Senate Grand-children attending were

part of last week in Lee with her Emory Green and children, Kathy, entire plant renovated at Monticellois for supported one of its members ClayStudy Products &L. Kathy and Richard Revell of
Christie Suzanne; Mr. and Mrs. presently being :over-riding a Governor's veto.
daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Charles :. Gainesville, Fla.; Patricia and
Houston and daughter. Ken Bozo and Alicia, Mr. and Mrs. improvements the start of the designed season, with for many fans' I Newsmen_ stated that this indicated SetA I Craig Reynolds of Tallahassee;

Mrs "Willie Cutchins and son Daymond U. Grimes and Melanie, the popularity of Senator Mr. and Mrs. Carlson and familyof
comfort. JCKC facilities includean with his associates in the feasibility study of a struc- 1. lED. z. suck
Mr and Mrs. Albert Grimes, Linda I Tucker and
Bobby are in Parris Island S. C. tHe I air-conditioned Turf Club serving tural clay products industry in EVEN NUMAW ODQ NUMUULI Montgomery, Ala.; Mr.

her son, Pvt. Eugene Cutchins and Lucille, Mr. and Mrs. Louis a full dinner menu. The club Senate.Homecoming. Calhoun and liberty Counties, 'Mrs. Murray Revell and Mr. and
graduate from his boot training in Posey, Cyndy and Louise Mr. and I Mrs. Franklin Roberts and family,
Florida has been
has been called one of the best of approved by the
the Marine* Mrs. Floyd Robinson and Robbie,I its kind anywhere. Area Redevelopment Administration all of Tallahassee; r. and Mrs.

County Health Nurse Anita Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Spears, son I Seventeen kennels, including at U. S. Department of Com- \ William Mock of St. Marks; Mr.

Townsend of Crawfordville, Mrs. Billy, and four nephews, Iarry'l some of the most respected names New Light 26 merce. and Mrs. Frank athers and familyof

Lucille Cummings and Mrs. Emily Dennis, Gary and Donnie, Mr. and I among greyhound breeders, will May The feasibility study, requestedby Crawfordville; n. Jeanette
AND
Hfles were business visitors at Mrs. John Johnson and Curtis, bring to Monticello more than 600 I Make plans now to attend homecoming the Liberty ;County Development WHITE 3. suck VEITICAl lED 4. suck HOUZONTAlsnurts AND Whaley of Tallahassee, daughter-

various times during the week. Gail and Kenneth. Attending from dags for the season's run. services at New Light Assembly Committee, will include mar- STUPU in-law of the Whaleys.

Mr. and Mrs.,Paul Kreagor and Crawfordville were Mr. and Mrs.S. of God Church, Sunday, ket and economic research, preliminary Each of the familiar buoys Friends and other relatives at-

:children of Atlanta are spendingthis B. Forbes, Jr. From Ivan, Mil ,May 26. We are expecting you to sampling and testing of shown above has a story to telL tending were, Mrs. Mildred Spearsof

week at St. Teresa Beach. dred and Elaine Spears and Leroy March of Dimes help us make this a day that will raw materials, and equipment and If their you messages"haven't been here's"getting what Ivan; Mr. and Mrs. Claxton

Mr. H. H. DeShazo ,has returned Levinter. From Sopcboppy, Mr.' be ,long remembered.. If you sing, manufacturing studies. The study they mean: 1) Red, even-num Vause of Sopchoppy; Mr. and Mrs.

from a business trip to East and Mrs. Clyde Evans and children -: Collects $323.96Bobby play an instrument, or just enjoy will cost approximately'19000. bered nun buoys-keep them on Van Pigott of Crawfordville; Mrs.

Orange,,N. J:.and hfe son, William William, Franklin Norman,' of the good Christian fellowship, plan There are large clay deposits in your right entering a channelor Vina Summerford, Mr. Lloyd Tata -
has Joined him for a visit and Wal- Russ, Chairman now \o come worship with us. the area which could be used in going upstream (remember: :: ; Mr. Ed McKenzie of Tallahassee -
don. Wakulla County Chapter of Infantile red, right, returning). 2) Black, Tallahassee -
Mr. and Mrs. W. G Moore are -the Sunday School will begin at the manufacture of brick and comparable odd-numbered can buoys-keep ; Mrs. Ethel Blunt,
that
In New ,Orhfl1 this week on a Mr.' and Mrs. Connie Smith, Carol Paralysis, reports of 10:00, followed by morning worship products. Since the Stateof them on your left entering a ; Mrs. Cora Lee Meadows of

business..trip.." and Gail, Eula Newell, 'Mr. and Contributions to the March at 11:00. There will be an old Florida is almost entirely dependent channel from seaward or going Tallahassee and Mr. Dykes Retell
CogdUl was the weekend Dimes drive this year in Wakulla fashioned dinner the upstream. 3)) Black-and-white and sister.
Miss Kay Mrs. Eddie Quiggs, Martha Rh n- on ground, on imports for all structural -
like
guest of friends at FSU., da and Gladys Mrs. Gladys Quiggs County was 32396. He contributedtheir would followed by special singing during. clay products, the establish- vertical marker which stripes can-be mid-channel passed on

and son Melton, Elizabeth Roberts, to thank each one who this the afternoon.Rev. ment of such an industry offers either side. 4) Black-and-red C of C Meeting

Wesley Smith Mr. Ivery Smith. time and money toward E. J. Stnfflebeem is pastor good potential for the area. horizontal stripes-obstruction

"When the bread won't From Lakeland 'FUu, Mrs. Ruth worthy cause The National Foun-of the church, which is located Calhoun and Liberty Counties marker which should be passed Next Tuesday
nowadays it's time to dation New March of Dimes Association about 12 miles from Tallahassee designed on side indicated by topmost
rise have been eligible to
,
Mr. : par of
Coleman and from Mulberry, include color. For example, if the top The Wakulla County Chamber
repair the 'toaster. -Lloyd and Mrs. R. W. Porter. has expanded to off the Crawfordville Highway.We ticipate in the Area Redevelop color is red, keep the buoy on Commerce will meet Tuesday
s. Waters,"' Mountain Home I j Birth Defects, Arthritis, and Disorders will be looking for you. ment program because of substantial the right entering a harbor. night at 7:30 P.M. at
May 28
...: : :'. Central Nervous all buoys by at least 50
( dajNews.: .,: .. [l of the ,I and persistent unemployment. Clear Oaks Cafe.
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caution Mercury boating
.' ', > [System, as well as Polio. feet, to at-
," .. experts. Also, don't tie up to a i: All members are urged

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I II. I Humming Bird Fare SHADEVILLEHIGHLIGHTS The Tender.Three : .
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(.. Thursday, May 23, 1963I. Irii.rii. CLASSIFIED ,. TROOPER BILL'SHighway
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Loose > v"I .
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: WAKULLACOUNTY A-Diet, 'full weeks supply 9 8c. I -. PhilosophyThere's Eggplants, tomatoes and peP'

'r Wakulla. Pharmacy Craw- Y*kM: By Jennie V. Lewi pers are similar crops becauseall

fordville.CLASSIFIED. ': Our high school honor students of them are tender to frost

II NEWS 'nl an easier way to kill yourself than behind a steering ,and should not be planted out-
the
for fifth grading period are: late
of
wheel let some equally as Idiotic character run ever you with one. doors until all danger
Sarah Green, Charles Slater, De- frost is past. Many gardeners

Ii Telephone WAlnut 6.3301 lores Smith, Patricia Allen, Doris have started seeds of favorite
That same time and tide that waits for no man. sweeps him into varieties indoors and are readyto

( A. Shingles, Perry Slater, Jennie this life without his permission and out the same way. transplant seedlings to the
Lewis Arthur. Finch Beanie Slater -
closest
W. garden in May. Your
FEMALE HELP WANTED Clydie Farmer Joshua Gavin; ( will be able
Forty-four thousand thunderstorms occur all over the world every greenhouse operator

Virginia Keijhtlr --.-,..'_ EdltoI Opening for 4 ladies immediately Jenetta Poole, Richard Green day news item. How the heck can my old woman be in so many to furnish plants if you haven'tany

I in Crawf ordvflle. area. Earn $2&J Pearly Rosier, and Lula Rosier. places in 24 hours? of your own growing.

I $50 part time. No canvassing, Our honor banner was won by Eggplants need light, rich

collecting or delivering. We the Senior Class for having the No. no Martha. Uncle Bill wouldn't Qualify for an agricultureloan well-drained soil and plenty of

: Entered at Crawi'ordville, Florida train and pay commissions week highest percentage of students on for sowing wild oats! water when weather is dry.

I r ly. Tel. 224-8797 or write 803 the honor roll. Tomatoes do best in well drained

as second class matter. Subscription Delores Dr., Tallahassee, .Apt.C. Our elementary honor studentsare Born this month over 17 years ago? Well you need a new driver's soil liberally supplied with
II humus. Use nitrogenous fertilizers -
rate: $3.00 per year. : Renita Williams, Gwendolyn l1ce.nse.llttle buddy. sparingly. Peppers thrive In.

,..
,i' .. Taylor, Phaedra Farmer, Kenneth I well drained 11 g h t soil not

E I' Bright red flowers tabular In Smith Jarvis Farmer Margaret That poor boob's overly rich but with plenty of
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t shape make salvia a favorite of Pulled his last throttle. humus. So as you see even in
' and Randolph, Barbara Howard, Gloria their for growth
: If You Need. hamming birds. Grow this Took too many swigs requirements

other blooms of similar form to. Manning, Ann Smith, William From a bottle. the three plants are quite

0 Office Supplies attract these lovely birds. Maxfwell, Alvin Hall, Jean Ethel similar. B

Business Machines B a, Annie Jean Hicks, and Mari- Safety thought of the week from FlIP Bossman H. N. Kirkman:

Office :FurnitureSee IQI lured Attractive to your birds garden which by can plant-be lyn Rosier. .... Stay from behind the wheel if you can't stay off the bottle.

On the night of the 24th'the
or Call ing the flowers they enjoy most

are the humming birds. These Elementary Promotional exercises NOTICE OP TAX BALK

RANEY 1 WHALEY gorgeous creatures have long will be held in the, school's audi-
: bills and also long tongues so Notice Is hereby given that on the 3rd day of June ISO. at CrawfordviHe. Florida' County Wakun*. State of Florid:
t ium. tax sale certificates will be sold '
are adapted to on the following described land to pay the amauntrfiu. for I
I particularly taxes herein pC
atCAPITAL opposite the lame.- together with all costs of such sale anjj.. all adveruslngT .
feeding from tube-shaped flo- On .Sunday the 26th the Senior .

: OFFICE wers. Class will be having their Bac- Description of Land Sec. Twp. Rfl. Aer. Owner -. Amount-' of

In addition red seems to be calaureate i. Tax. and Cect
EQUIPMENT CO. CALL: 222-0165 exercises. The speaker
the humming birds' favorite In above'description In '
}4 acre 20 2S IE
:; color, ,so that any red tubular- for this occasion will be Rev. C. K. Lot 1 BUC B. DB 344 In 16 3S IE '% Leonard Clifford L.M.and Barroa Eloise Kelly 131-.4.09A. "
319 South Adams St. flower is to be All of land in the NE!,4 of Sec. 34 bring E of
shaped likely
J Corner E. PensaeolaTALLAHASSEE. Steele, Pastor of Bethel Baptist
visited in search of nectar and contain.35
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'I; FLORIDA V small insects. Church, Tallahassee, Florida. M81 and DB 50 F-372 In 34 33 IE 11.sa F. Rich to...

t] T h u s petunias, hollyhocks, Senior Class Night will he on As per DB 59 P-75 In 19 23 1W -1 Richard Y. McCauley I..
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE: As per DB 7 P-74 Public Records Wakulla
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF- four o'clocks, spider flowers, the 29th. Commencement exerciseswill County Florida In 3 33 1W 1 Elite Smith 3.61

FLORIDA IN AND FOR WAKULLA. columbines, foxgloves flowering be the 31st of May In the In SE corner of S'i of S% of NW\i of Lot _
:, COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. tobacco, sweet william and 23 Harstfield Survey 4 Unknown 3.93
T V FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE school's auditorium. The speaker Eli of SE'A of lot 38 Hartsfleld Survey. 43 Heirs of R. N. Crawford 11.27
N. T. Smith snapdragons are flowers you Lots 5. 6. 1. a. 9. 10. 11. 30 to 38 Incl Unrecorded -
plaintiff. can grow to attract humming for. this occasion will be Dr. Subd. of lot 41 and 42 Hartsfleld

SERVICECall birds. Survey .: Ben Stoutamln 2354
JBen* Abrahams and Hilxna M. Abra- Charles U. Smith Head. of the Beginning at NE corner of lot 60 thence -

aams..;.his wife Salvias, penstemons and Sociology Department Florida run S 65 Iks 7 chs to a pob. then run S 13 -
6-3612 Defendanb.NOTICE morning glories are other flo- cbs 29 Iks then go back to pob.. and run W >
WA TO APPEAR wers similarly shaped. Like A &: M University, Tallahassee, 12 its 71 lks. to NW corner then= In a
GEO. CREECH THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Southeasterly direction to SCE containing ., '
Ben -Abrahams and Hllma M. Abra- those previously named, they Florida. 814 acres m/1 In Lot 60 Harts- '

CRAWFOIIDVILLEBarber fiams. Route No. 2. are grown easily from seeds. Our Seniors to field Survey 114 Flora Trotmaa 14.00"
graduate are:
Fayetteville GeorgiaYou The'desirable red color is pre- As per DB 5 S. P-698 In lot 71 Hartsfield .
are hereby notified that a suit Perry Slater Chester Miller, William Survey > it Wilton Reed 2J3
In these flowers I
sent of
to foreclose a mortgage has beenbrogght many As per OB M P- 22 In lot 72 Kartsfleld .'
against you by N. T. Smith even if.only in certain varieties. Green Clarence Farmer Survey 2 Wilson S. Reed 3.53
in the Circuit Court of WakuUa County. Thus Aztec, Fire Dance, Red In NW corner of NE'.. of lot 77 Hartsfield ..' ,
Dees Shop Florida, and you are rrtte required I Billy Donaldson, Fred Harvey, Ed- Survey S Suwannee Lewis 24.72
Circuit Cascade and Tango are varie- An undivided int. In .
to file with the Clerk mond Rosier McNealey 1/11 all except 200 acres
Benny ,
Court of said County your written de- ties of petunias with red flo- of lot 82 Hartsfield Survey 14 '/11 Nathaniel Sanders Jr. 6.09
I 2238 South Monroe fenses. If any In said suit and to wers. A morning glory called I! Mildred Hughes, Bernice Randolph An undivided 1/11 Int. In all except 200 acres f
serve a copy of same on A. L. Porter.Crawfordvlire. of lot 82 Hartsfield Survey 14 6/11 Polly Whitehead I..
nd Boys Haircuts Florida. Attorney for the Cornell also has red blooms.If i Pearly Rosier; Clytia Allen, .An undivided 1/11 Int. In aU except 200 acres .
Men's.:* Plaintiff on or before the 3rd day ofTune you search the seed racksIn 'Jackie. Lula Rosier and of lot 82 Hartsfield Survey 14 6/11 Heirs of Willie Sanders (.09
1 A.. D. 1963. your favorite store, you'll .Kilpatrick, An undivided 1/11 int. in all except 200 acres "
WITNESS the Honorable W7 May Jennie V. Lewis.Elementary of lot 82 Hartsfield Survey > 14 s/11 Heirs of Wiley Sanders '.01
Walker one of the Judges of said find red salvias, red snapdra- As per DB 39 P-829. 1 acre m/1 In lot 92 .
,Court and the Seal thereof, at Craw- gons and red penstemons; as students who are tote Hartsfield Survey '' u. Laura and Malcolm Harper '.11
'fordvffle, Wakulla County, Florida this well as tubular flowers in other 5 acres In NE corner of lot( of SW\i less 1 *
" ] of April. A,-D. 1963. promoted to the high schoolare acre in NE corner of 92 Hartsfield
" S tray) colors and other kinds. All of
1 ( i Thomesene Butler Allie Jean Survey 4 James Rosier, Medart 7.03
1 DEE COOK, Owner Moody Pearce these may be used not only to : As per DB 44 P9 and 70. 74 acres of landon i
Clerk Circuit Court. attract humming birds but also : Donaldson, Pearle Ann Gavin, Rebecca E side of lot 105. HS less and except .'_. .
'
Wakulla
County. Florida.A. 82 acres sold to Ray E. Manley and W. R.
L.' Porter.Crawfordvllle. to make your garden a beautiful D. Hall, Annie Ruth Jackson Cray Jr. Hartsfleld Survey / a Hannah and W. R. Dykes 1.17
Florida picture. As per DB 55 P-225 in lot 115 Hartsfleld .
I
,Attorney,.for Plaintiff. Alease Maxwell, Mary Alice Survey : v. .Ted E. Phillips S.09
I : Poole, Marilyn P. Rosier, Jeanette As per DB 57 P-181. 6 acres In 24 2S 2W' 6 Alzada .' :. 5J3
SW, SWof Carter '
13 33 2W 10 F. H. 8.42
:-Facts from Compton's a I Smith, Sandra Smith, Pinkey D. As per DB 57 P-57 in 27 33 2W 10 Walter Nan ., 4.09
DB 54 P-307 in 25 4S 2W 4 W. D. and Ie Bowen 7.18,
Williams Clarence Thomas and NWfr'ol NWi. Of 1 as 2W 40 Rosemond Cameron 8.42
THE.CHRISTIRn l,4 acres in form of a square In NE cornerof .
Williams. '
'I Ronald that certain 19 acre tract of land con- :,
j:1: We had our last official P.T.A. yeyed to E. Revel by E. L. Vickers and '
.. Nancy Jane Vickers his wife, by deed
I meeting for the year Monday night, dated 3-11 and recorded on P-2D6 of DB 6-
being In NW of SE\:. of 3 S3 sw a'i Roy Revcll 13.09
I May 13. We had the largest attendance As per DB 57 Poo242'ln 7 55 2W 2 Cumble and Sally Whit 6.73Sallie
p I of for the year. On E sle of NW>/: of 7 53 2W Allen White 10.27
parents All of SE>/4 of NW'/; lying S of SR 10. Cent.
(Parents and teachers brought pre- !4 acre also 5 acres lying In NE corner of
SCIEnCE of NE\, of SWtt of 7 53 2W SU John '.N
S" : S pared foods and everyone was As per DB :94 P-221 in 7 53 2W :42 Mid-State Homes. Inc. 10.18.

: served delicious meal. Mrs. Mayo As per DB 56 P-223 In 1 63 2W !i Ted E. Phillips 7.18
As per DB 56 P-22S in 1 C3 2W 8.05 Ted E. Phillips
Langston was chai man of the Refreshment Lot as'per plat filed in DB .9. P-fl in SE!i I.I.U
mOmTORAccurate ( : 12 5S 3W S James A. Roddenberry 2..
: Commit e. As per DB 32 P-83 lying In SE>/4. of 12 5S 3W Harold F. Gearon and Wife 11.37.
TJT i sib of SWof SE' aDd. all unslod land .
I Mrs. C. L Townsend, our'county lying in SE>/4 of SE'/;. of. 12 55 3W 38 James A. Roddenberry '.18

L : }{ti': I public health nurse, was present NWof NE'/4 less 6 acres -In SE corner of 13 55 3W 34 James A. Roddenberry 8.18
AsDB 50 P '
2353 3W IJ R. M. Hartsfield ".08
I and assisted with preregistrationof In SW!i of SW/DB 0) P-168 In 23 5S 3W Jfl W. R. Yates 4.09
S>> of SWA of NW'4; all of SW>. of SW/.
first. grade children for next lying E of SALR of 35 53 3W It John A. Sanders 6.71
As per DB 55 P-13 in 13. 33 SW., George W. Cibbs 16.45
The tradition of Memorial Day started during the Civil War in the I school term. She also made some Lots 7. 10 and 11 Square. 6 Town of Waneta Unknown 3.4T
remarks concerning Lots 8 and 9 Square 11 Town of Waneta Unknown 2.23
Complete South, where,it was the custom to scatter flowers on the graves of I very important Lots 8 and 9 BLK A Town of E St. Marks _, Louise Shufford 7.18

.J Confederate soldiers killed in battle.. I the services of the Health De- Lots 5. 6. 7 and 8 BLX 18 Town of St. Marks / Wesley and Mary:actm1re 10J7
Lots 1 and 2 BLK 25 Town of St. Marks Ben and 8.73:
News !parement, the importance of parents Lot 13 BLK 26 Town of St. Marks Thomas AihtonStoutamlrt 5..J
Lots 3 and 4 BLK 27 Town of SL Marks
Historians unable to Mary Edna 8.73
are i their children immunized .
getting Lot 3 BLK 31 Town of St. Marks % : Louise ordPoey 7.18:
,' ( verify the popular belief I soon as possible and the Lots 4 and 6 BLK 34 Town of St. Marks --;. Ben and Lucille Stoutamlre 7.18
as
Coverage that Ross sewed the Lots 1. 2. 15 and 16 BLK G Town of W. St. Marks John and Martha Bymun 03.70w.
-4 ., Betsy i importance of getting birth certificates Lots 3 and 14 BLK G Town of W. St. Marks G. and Mary Wood 16.45
,,, .. R -- first American flag at the Lot 7 BLK A Magnolia Gardens John H. Dorsey 3.47
of for themselves and .for Lot 50 BLK A Magnolia Gardens Ronald RockhiuC. 3.41,
George
t" personal request Lot 59 BLK A Gardens
Magnolia L.- Norrell 3.47
, % : Washington. According to their children. The meeting was Lot 60 BLK A Magnolia Gardens Kenneth: Silk. 3..'

Punted in s. Compton's Pictured Encyclopedia I both enjoyable and interesting.Our Lot 78 BLK A Magnolia Gardens Ralph B. Shlck 2..41
Lot 96 BLK A Magnolia Gardens Virginia D. Grader 3.4T
the story of their principal Mr. Rufus Williams Lots 8 and 9 BLK B Magnolia Gardens Vondell A. Bowen 5.94

BOSTONLOS meeting was told by Betsy'sgrandson who do Slot 24 BLK C Magnolia Gardens ? Mrs. Delarace Mauk 3.47
. \. urged all parents Lot 48 BLK D Magnolia Gardens Gaston RehnClarence 3.47
ANGELES ii in 1870, 34 years not have birth certificates for their Lot 6 BLK G Magnolia Gardens E. Shultz Jr. 3.47
Lots 45 and 46 BLK K Magnolia Gardens
C. A. Sanders 6.94
LONDON after her death... to Lot 13 BLK L Magnolia Gardens .
children who will be eligible Milton L. White s.nCecW.a
Lot 20 BLK L Magnolia Gardens and Ralph Freedman 3.47
I enter school next term, to make Lot 17 Blk M Magnolia Gardens Robert S. Howard 3.47
Lot 38 BLK N Magnolia Gardens Ruby M. Wilhit 3.47
applications now so that those Lot S BLK 0 Magnolia Gardens Wilma Porter 3.47Jubs
school in Sep- 47 BLK P Magnolia Gardens and Sybel w.gler 3.47
children enter .
1 Year $22 6 Months $11 can tt 9 BLK Q Magnolia Gardens -' Fussell ,3.47

3 Months $5.53 tember without delay. Each begin- 4 BLK R Magnolia Gardens Norman and Joan Stephens ,.4f

Hit. .4v.rtiMm.... i havea Lots 18 and 19 sac R Magnolia Gardens ,
mdn Rancte
, .CUf rn it wlH your )ick or The first national flag of the U.S.. was ning first grade child must Lot 22 ELK R Magnolia Gardens : : Robert C.F. McKinney TrexlerMrs. 347 5.94

:.. __ey rdr to: flown July 4, 1776. Known as Grand birth certificate before he or Lot 7 BLK 6 Wakufia Gardens Marvin Hayes 3.47
Lot 3 BLK 9 Wakulla Gardens .
TlM Ckristlwi Selene Monitor Union, it incorporated the British Union T P /Svji j she will 'be able to enter school Lot 10 BLK 14 Wakulla Gardens .. Jack William W. R.Porter Teal 3.41 3.47
On* Norway St,..t Jock field of 13 red and white I P 1 kAff'rfVt e Lot 60 BLK 14 Wakulla Gardens Lucinda
on a P. Parrott 3.47
Boston 15, Moss.r ? in September without delay. Lot 25 BLK 17 Wakulla Gardens .: .
( Lester Steramer 3.47
.. K(5SBg jS Lot 56 BLK
stripes. ;?t 18 Wakulla Gardens J' Lottie Kitchen J..'
Lot 68 BLK 20 Wakulla Gardens '
-- Luther B. Grove 3.47
Lot 75 BLK 21 Wakulla Gardens '
Dora Turner 3.47
f. Lots 8 JS'L' BLK 3 Grieners Addition W.H.auton 5.94
Lot 13 BLK 4 Greener Addition *
Baiting Tips. Lot 15 BLK 4 Grieners Addition UnknownYlcott 2.47 3.47
.
Lot 1 BLK 7 Grieners Addition
ADD1e sad CYag Mullen 3.47
Tallahassee Lot 22 BLK 6 Greener
Business Firms- Addition AUee Blanchard 2.47
Lots 22. 23 and 24 BLK 8 Crieners Addition B. ..U
Lots 1 and 2 BLK 9 coma
FREE END Grelners Addition Ual 5>i
Lot 18 BLK 9 Greiners
Addition .
Lot 23 BLK 11 Grelners Addition Jackie Smith 3.47.
3.47
Lots 4 to 6 ELK Alien
.13 Grelners Addition
Unknown
13.39
Lot 9 BLK 14 Greiners
: DIRECTORYPatornize Addition
L. P. Bostwick 3.47
.
Lots lir and 16 BLK 21 Creiners Addition
Lots 20 to 23 BLK 25: CretnerT Addition -.., M.Unknown M. Murrow 10.1.14.
Lots 32 and 38 BLK 28 Grelners
Addition "
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i L. p. Bostwick 5>t
Lots 20 to 31 and 33. 34 and '*
" 33: BLK 26 Greiners Addition J. s. Unknown SlIM
Lots 6 and 17 BLK 27 Grelners Addition ,=T'";*- Unknown 1M
son
, These Advertisers To Lots 23 and 24 BLK 27 CrelDers Addition ; V". H. M. Murrow 5>t
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Lot 6 BLK D Rakers Addition ,.*. ,
-: '
; Hirlam" J. PettU "J3/
i.- -, Lot 155 Harveys Addition Town of Arran "':..',r;:.. Glen and Mary Pope 44)9SM)
Lots 1 and 2 BLK
3 Town of Shady Sea '
.. Roy Barnes :
I I 1 and 2 BLK .
3 Willis Subdivision
: ....f R MFEEDS Lots 2 and 5 BLK 10 Willis Subdivision ftf.Loc. Rob Raker ,: 4.09Tlpton
:
':' O. I. GRAMLING Little. Folks Stdre, Lou 23 aDd 24 Town of Sopc hoppyjtfest Side Sarah rt Radford Harren and Wife 1 4.09
, Lot 12 Town of
; FflEE EM) Sopcboppy .. Mid-State
' Inc. Homes
21.09
Lot 4 BLK 9 Town of Panacea
.. "The Capital's v Lot T BLK 14 Town of Panacea' >. :;< Henry Taylor 4.09
Minnie :
1- I & CO. Majors for Minors"Children's Lot 14 BLK 14 Town of Panacea .1!'> Unknown Barwlck 4.09 4.00
10 BLK 15 Town --
of
Panacea '
:
;; % Furniture, 1'011"Go.mn. Lots 7. 8 and 9 ;" Amos B. Taylor 4M

: One-Stop Service for Hobbies TO BOAT sVhk-s1 KrtaasufLot K Interest Interest "1-\ John Kenneth A Whetstone Pomeroy 1M.64

;r Feed Seed Fertilizer Baby Aceettories I BLK 24 Town of Panacea. x.. Worth Whoa A. Ross 4J094M:
!; 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 Moore and

. Poultry Supplies Lot 3 BLK C South Town of Panacea _,., Charles Roderick MetealfBlantoo D. Whit 7J8
The boater's Lot 1 BLX D South Town of Panacea
F.
most Rhodes 7.1810J7
Flint River ?Mills common use Lot 3 BLK A De
: Aqua Vlda
Garden Subdivision Leon Loan
ToolsSo. .tiC Service Inc 4.01
for line is dock. p2u8
tying to a As DB ; ,
up per 54 BLK B AQua De Vlda SubdJv1sSon tIIf.:1As : :. Cliff L Edwards
:- 201& S. Monroe Ph. 223-0274 To do the job like a real "salt", per DB 38 P-474 in Plat Wl IM2 BLK B. .. t. .
:
Adams .
. at S.A.L.R.R. Aqua De Vida Subdivision ,
learn these two simple hitches, O. R. and Ken> MaysJ. i.TJ8.T3
LOt 8
BLK
C De
Aqua Vida Coidwin
r Crossing Subdivision :
Ashley *
suggest Mercury outboard auth- Lot 20 BLK D Aqua De Vida SubdJY1.a1OD T:
Henry Poole Jr. 4 ftt4M
I Lr Phone 223.0173Capital orities: use the upper knot in Lot 36 BLK E Aqua De Vida Subdivision T. C
the illustration Lot 18 BLK H Aqua De Vida SubdJvtalon James H.. Tarpley 4.-
to tie to a
up Lot .11 BLK N Aqua De Vida
SUbd1v1aion
,...:, .. cleat. Pass the line around the I.Aita: 1'1 and 18 BLJt N Aqua De Veda Subdivision N.Rudl A. Johnson W# Christian 4M7J8
cleat under both horns, then Lot ZI ELK N Aqua De Vida 0 Thetma P. Radioed eM
SUBER & JOHNSON diagonally across the top of the Lot 23 and 24 BLK N Aqua De Vida subalylafon J. C. and Cbrtenn, Cobb and

Light Weight and Retular .' J ,'- -, cleat and under the first horn. Lot BUC N Aqua De VIda rtaion R. W. and Barbara Candy 7.10C.
Subd1
G Blockt 27 Thaxtoo Y 4..
. Concrete .... Seeds-Fertilizer .Baby Chicks L A BLK Aqua De Vidi
: Tuck the loose Subd1vt
end under the line Lots 1 to I in0c. ELK U oa T. D. anttooa PfJITY 4.01
Hanson Wood and Farm SuppliesCor. where it passes across the top. Lots a and 35 BLK J ZbA4ua De Panacea VJ4a Subdivision ', Fredrick and Leona Remick 28 Jl
,' Park 'Ai-, Unknown 4JO
',: ... .... The the Lot 41 BLK J Panacea Park
more pull the boat
by ,
G. C. Thomas 2M
'Hoel Ind., Inc. Gaines and Woodward Sts. greater the holding of the I Lot 23 ELK 5 Panacea Park #"'!.t\,. i G Browa 2.$1
, '_-t.:. power Lots 79 and 81 BLK: 6 Panacea Park .es -
I\ S..Adams St. at 4Pointsw e; Tel. 222.5960BakerAlford hitch-yet it can be loosened "Lot 78 BLK 9 Panacea Park -;. .. t,:" Jack Emma Houston Mae Cruse Crum 4-09 2. 34M

P. O. Bcx 661 easily by tugging at the free Lots Lots 134 and 136 BLK 14 .,;; Roy R. Jenkins .- ,
:i TeL 222-5840 174. ITS and 183 ELK ISPanacwfpark '.or :) :
. : end. Use the other knot, the Lots 1 and 15 BUC A Lots 180-mBlLJC 18 Burk Sauls 9.74
clove hitch, to tie up to posts or Lots I. 2. X *, 9. 10. 11 and 12 Panacea Park Park Burk Aknown u1a'j 10.27 14J14M:
Lots 13 and 14 BLK I ParkPanacea
It Panacea .
piles. consists of two loops lob 1. 2. J. 4. 5. .. 7. .. I. and 10 BLX .
: Stone Co. with the free end tucked under.Dont Lola 1.2. J. 4. L ,. .. 9 and 10 ELK T S Paaraca Panacea Park Park VtStommtJntaaown 16.45
I.Meu
1. use this hitch for Lot 1. BLJC D 'icon of Surf
., Since perma- Lot 4 BLK F Town of Surf !* WeHs 18.4A,
1908
,. nent fastening it Yaek 1. Parrbh 25.ft
-j:, J.. since may :Lot 2 BLK K Town of Surf .
't eventually slip. :Lot 2 Sec. S Dessl WeOs .ue
qehlocknee Shorer '
Yeager MARBLE GRANITE SubdivUkm James J. 1 .-
Co. Sauls
Lot 4 See. B Ochlocknee
Shores
: IJJ Subdtvtstoa ,
,
: I BRONZE IJJ J Log S aDd 6 See. B n.-t\L.-tnee E. R. Coo U.H
... :\ shores '
y-- sllbdtriaioa Postal and Rath 26."
Hopkins
;--': "The Port Houte" J Loc 10 See:. C 0chI0dnee Shores. SubdtY1.aiOft, ,
Walter J Vaaghan U.3I
MEMORIALS J aDd 9 See. D n.-hL.--.e
<: Shoru
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aA Subdh1.doD W.
Frank Plsaal 93.70
'. Anything for your auto, truck I See. 1 Panacea Subdivision
Cemetery Work of AU,Type or tractor. Also for your power !Lot 12 Unit ft Panacea Shores A.William W. Bishop IYed. 12..311 4.0
I' d>sd Worlds "I wonder if the cavemen Lot 27 Unit fi Panacea shors, Spoit,
hustratre! 508 W. Gaines St.-Tel. 22S-0719 lawnmower, and much for your bows )Lot 18 BLK A Shell Point Buck Sui ji.i John Prices 13J6
222-4680 boat. blamed crazy weather on Lot 20 BLK A Shell Point Melvin D. Scott 12J
Adams St.-Tel. Walter P. B uchan Mgr. J Lao T BUC C West Point Subdmto5lLvlra3s Ben Stoutamlre' 13.36
21rs. 208 N. Adams St. Ph. 222-3380 and arrows. Island T. L. Cawthon 50.44J.

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f '' Thinly May 23, 196:3: Sopchoppy SPECIAL THURSDAY)' FRIDAY i'

" ",. Louise C. Sapp PERSONALS ,
t MANY ACTIVITIES I Green Thumb TipsWhere I. Henry Charles McDonald wasthe SATURDAY
cited 'a number* Mr. V. I.. Cooper entered the and ,
,
Mr. Cannon accompanist on the piano forMiss
hospital in Thomasville, Monday,
of cities which had made Linda Durant at the district 79c
' in air pollution : an attractive edgingto Many people who pick their May 13. T-BONE STEAKS .
: great progress flower 'beds is needed, how flowers to use in the house like band contest which was held in last
,.' control through cooperative about curled parsley Looks the softness of baby's breath for April, at Port St. Joe. Henry was Bob Porter spent weekend

i community action and beautiful. tastes. good.. use as a filler between sturdier graded A in accompanist and this with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Swifts Corn Beef Hash 303 can 29c
easier4to
, the need of, any fed' blooms. Nothing could be A. L. Porter.
without Do you see an unattractive grow than annual baby's enabled him to accompany Lindain Mrs. Lula Causseaux and daughter -
.4 eral aid. clothes pole from your kitchen breath, but be sure to make sev- the state band contest on May. Tallahassee Blue Plate MAYONNAISE pt.' 29c
of visitors
"The very nature of the air window? Or an always-open eral plantings two weeks apart 5, at Ft. Walton Beach. Linda's Edna, were -
t problem _makes it garage door? Or a rough fence? so you'll have plenty of the in Crawfordville last Sunday.
t pollution for local. solution rather Why not hide the unsightly delicate sprays to pick. grading was superior. Henry is Tim Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wrisley FACE SOAP;. 6 bars 39c

one control from view by planting morning glory e the son of Mrs Thalmadge McDonald Woolen Smith had as his guest 4ast
than by remote seeds around or in front of the Crum and he is a sixth
Washington," Mr. Cannon objectionable features. Plants If this spring finds you with- student. He studied piano Monday, Mike Begley, son of Mr. Small Grade "A" EGGS 3 doz. 99e
grade
out. grow rapidly, climb if given out rhubarb for spring pies and Mrs. Lloyd Begley, of Tal-
pointed be achieved support, and furnish large, why not plant seeds during late for the past four years under the lahassee.
"It cannot beautiful flowers in pink, white May so that next spring you'll supervision of Mrs. M. Gent Re- The Crawfordville Methodist Frozen Collards, Mustard or Turnip

through an ordinance or or the most popular sky blue. have plants ready to set in a velle, has took coronet in the band Church society of MYF attended a 2 for 29c
statute; it is the result of There is also a double pink. permanent row? After the following GREENS .
the members of a community Rose Marie and a mixture of 'year you'll have plentyto for four years and organ'lessonsfor district meeting ht. Apalachicola,
doubles Tlnkerbell's Petticoat. use for pie fillings. one night.
II year. Monday
toward a
working together .. Early JuneLindy
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stricklandof Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holland of

common goal. I Homestead visited Mrs. Srtick- Tallahassee, were visitors in Craw .PEAS-303can .2for29c-

land's' mother, Mrs. Willie Mae fordville, last Sunday. Mrs. Hoi '

Porter, Saturday Mrs. Strickland land is the sister of Mr. C. L. SHOP and SAVE AT'I

is the former Annette Porter. Rehwinkel.Mr. .
'
Mr. and Mrs. Damon Grimes of and Mrs. A. L. Linton will PIGOTT'S STORE

9' Tallahassee were social visitors in leave Friday by plane from Tal

". Sopchoppy Sunday afternoon.The lahassee for Miami. They will meet -,* ",

Robert Griffins have returned their daughter, Judy, of Atlanta, MED ART ,

LEON FEDERAL : from their fish camp on !there and she will accompany them We give TOP VALUE Stamps

St. John's River after a few daysof to San' Juan, Porto Rico, for a .
REALTORS good fishing. Among their :short vacation. Miss Judy is an I

air. line hostess.
guests on the trip was. Mrs. Mon- i
Mrs. Sallie Harvey and Mrs.
\ I
LOANS AVAILABLEBUILDERS roe Thompson. -
Montaine rrance and daughter,, Deaths RecordedIn
Mr. and MrS Amos Langstonare Highway
Rita Kay, left for Huston, Texas,,
visiting their son, Ronald and
last Monday. While in Texas, they
% \ for faaacag rtsitetial family in Huntsville. Alabama. will attend the graduation exercises 38 Florida CountiesTALLAHASSEE
to return to their home
They plan
of Miss Charlotte Hopper,,
\ and commercial Real-Estate Tuesday.The who is the grandldaughter of Mrs. More than half of Florida's 67 counties had
Wayside Park was the sett- Harvey. experienced one or more traffic fatalities when the fifth month. of the

Vftyo 100 odes of TaBatessee ing of an outdoor class party for Mr and Mrs. Harlan Moore and year rolled'around. '
1) a The Florida Highway Patrol said In a monthly report today that
Class May 9. Everyone en-
Junior
Miss Carol Peak left for Alabama
,, of
end
the total In which there had been one death or more by the
,e; joyed the many activities which Monday to attend the .funeral of April rose to 38.: The fatality total on state roads reached 117 last'
evD meA#( LOANS
included grilled hamburgers, swim-
Mr. C. D. Peak's father.

HOME : ming, 'etc. Mrs. Edith Matthewswas The Senior Class of Crawford month.Broward, a sister county to Dade County, moved ahead in the

C0KSTR8CTWN! LOANSWPLEX their chaperon.A ville High School left Monday for death score race for the month of April with 13 fatalities, !six more

fish fry was held Sunday, Washington, D.C.; and will return than Dade's seven car crash victims. Palm Beach County was second

AMD MBLTMflHT ,d May 19, at Otter Lake for the Friday. Chaperones are Matt with eight.
Brevard was right in there with six for a close second to Dade
.' I RESBftCE LOAXS families of '. Smith's, Porters; Mathis, Mrs. J. L. Lewis and Mrs. and Leon and Volusia Counties evened up with Brevard each with

.. Grimes,-Robertsons, Spears, Quiggs Dorothy Miller. half a dozen highway crash victims for'the month.

BUYERS HOME I IMPROVEMENT( LOANS r' and Greene's. The event was spon- The other counties counting deaths and the numbers for each

I sored by Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Por- follow in alphabetical order:
COMMERCIAL LOANS ter of Brooksville. Mrl: Wesley Alachua 5, Baker 3, Bay 2. Bradford 1. Calhoun 1. Citrus 1, Clay

Smith and Miss Elizabeth Robertswere I Science irlefs J 2. Columbia I, DeSoto 1. Dixie I, Duval 4, Hernando 1, Hillsborough

'- ,' .. attending. 4. Jefferson 2. Lake 2. Manatee 1, Marion 2. Okaloosa 2. Orange 4,
"h the
;
among many Osceola 3, Pasco I, Pinellas 3, Polk 5. St. Johns 2. St. Lucie 2.

'.. .... Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hodge and Heart Disease Made Easy Sarasota 2, Seminole 2, Suwannee 2, Taylor 4 and Walton 2.
., 5
.
;r -- family of Tallahassee were the Sedentary men are more
.', I Gaff Glum JkCeSa MT ortfoje htu jptcfa&sf let dtfsft : i dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. likely to be stricken with heart .
disease than men who are mod-
i DIAL 224-3161 ; Delbert Roberts Sunday. '
t erately active, according to a
"FLORIDA COUNCIL REPORTS"By
: '- The Sopchoppy High School recent study.

: Band recently participated in a breakthroughs
,J RALEIGH W. GREENE JR. breakthroughs so rapidly-
: ",
,: joint concert with the Altha and The Big Bombardment Chairman I that are readily adaptable -

ASSN. Carrabelle High School bands. This The disputed "canals" on I to the consumer market -
LEON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN it Small Florida manufacturersand
Tom. was held at Altha High School. Mars may .be giant fissures business men be missing II that Dr. Werner von Braun estimates -
made by meteor impacts, sev- may that by 1970. America's
111 South Monroe Stnel (Downtown)Talktesee, Florida Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Porterof eral U.S. scientists suggest. splendid opportunities by not will be paying fcr
space program
Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs.-Eddie keeping with developments in
.. up itself as far as the civilian economy -
Earl Roberts and girls of Tallahassee Space age technology.This .
Horn of Rd Carpet Scrvtc Don't Make A Move is concerned.
j and Mr. and Mrs. Delton is so on two counts: There presently 500-
When Britons go to Australiaor are some I
Colvin of Medart visited Mrs. South Africa statistics show First, prime defense and space 000 Americans in private space f

Delma Roberts over the week-end. they run less risk of lung can- contractors within the state would jobs.Private space industry one 1 I

Mr. Iver Smith ;Jiad as his over- cer but a greater risk than like. to get more procurement locally day will be bigger than the auto- I
Mr. and! the people of their adopted for obvious reasons of econ- mobile industry. It will in the .
Thursday,
night guest
country. omy. They would like to encourage near future grow to a $20 billion
5 Mrs.* W. R. Porter, during their .
participation by small Flor- annual industry. There are 'now
a stay, they enjoyed ,some nice fish- Water SawsConcentrated ida manufacturers in subcontracting. 56 companies in the U.S. which

jets of water may be identified as aero-space
ing.Mrs.. Florida Roberts and Mr. have been used to cut up logs As an example, more than 80 manufacturers, but Florida does

and ,Mrs. Ralph Brown attended quickly and efficiently in experiments -. per cent of $100 million of one not have one of them as a prime I
the Crawfordville Methodist Home- at the University of Florida company's expendituresfor resident though it has a numberof

In the afternoon Michigan. supplies was spent outside of branch plants. In 1962 these
Sunday.
last
coming on Florida in 1962.
S s companies had combined sales of
the Browns went to Tallahassee Protecting Gobblers Secondly, the spinoff knowledge $15 billion.

.to the Dedication of the Scientists at Rutgers Univer resulting from space age research' Makers of consumer goods can't

1 0 .. i'. I y Caudle of Hope School which was sity have successfully vaccin- is far more adaptable to makers' afford to ignore space research
t. the project of the Capital City ated turkeys against a virus- of consumer goods and products developments their competitorsmay
Lions Club. produced kind of cancer. than most businessmen realize. already be in on the action.
We have the marvelous minia- The has
Watts of government now more
and Mrs. Lynwood
Mr.
ture transistor radios and the like than a billion dollars in capital
Baldwin, Fla. are spending this today because of basic researchfor investment in Cape Canaveral and

week with Mr. and Mrs. Walter "One reason politics makes space, but in the near futurewe will more than double that figurein

Harms. Mr. Watts is recuperating such strange bedfellows is will have pocket-sized television the next four years. The government -

from[ a recent operation. Their son that all kinds of people en- radios of postage stamp size space payroll there is

I ,) Lynwood, Jr., and family spent joy the same bunk."-Orvllle and cars powered by plants no rapidly approaching the $200 million .

Sunday with them. Campbell, The Chapel Hill larger than a coffee cup. mark annually. But Cape
It is reliably estimated that in Canaveral is' more than the
N.C. Weekly
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ten years time 75 per cent of launching pad of some capsulesand
America's gross national product rockets. It's chief product in
will be in goods' that do not even the long run will be knowledgeand

'f. exist. today. a better way of life for
$ : Spring and Summer Tea Drinks Space age technology is making Americans.

1\ t Call for Family-Sized PitcherBy I


Wilma Dobie

While the sky becomes a steadier blue and there's a marvelousnew j .
magic taking place outdoors as Spring swings into Summer,
it's time to work a little magic into the family menus.
There are new fruits and vegetables available now to whet
jaded appetites and brighten the beverages we serve. The perennial
family favorite, iced tea, is still .
.- the best all-around thirst quencher By DICE VOLFF
and flatters any menu under

'E'Rat'w iaw. \. .. ...: ': the Spring or Summer sun. With the world coming alive again and the trout season ope
a tK!
: :i: Like a good man, a good, fam.* It's time for the angler to start planning hikes to his favorite

.", .. -------- .... ...jyn.vow.--.r........... .w: ily-sized iced tea pitcher is hardto stream. Not necessarily 50-mile Jaunts of the Washington variety-
find. However, just as the but just a pleasant stroll from highway to nearby brook.
iced tea season is getting under One of the things a fisherman has to do this time of year is
THEFROSTING way, Thomas J. Lipton, Inc. is sharpen his sluggish, winter-Jaded senses. The first! time out, too
offering a two-and-a-half quart many people look around but don't see. A chap driving with us !!
glass pitcher and set of six 14- recently, for example, didn't even spot the hawk and crow sitting I f
.a IS ONLY ONNONFROSTING ounce glasses in colorful assort- on the same tree branch even though he was in the passenger seat I
ment. Pitcher and glasses are as we went by these two natural
permanently coated with a gla enemies perched side-by-side. '
cier-like plastic finish-green in Ever notice one of your companions ''
THE CA.KEThe the case of the pitcher-that actually ..f slapping Insects on the
keeps iced tea colder and back of his neck? It's the same ,I 1
helps make all pieces break- .' thing: the bugs biting you may

is I resistant.To be the very ones the trout are
refrigerator NONfroslIngIToday's i
,-' order, simply send your taking. So open your eyes when :
name and address along with a you get to the lake or stream
modern homemakers are Lipton boxtop from any size 1 quarts rhubarb cut in2 inch look carefully into the water

f -< learning that refrigerators can be package of tea or Flo-Thru tea pieces (about 2 pounds rhubarb. ) and study what's beneath the ,
bags, plus $3.50, and mail to: 1 lemon cut in sections surface. Just the way a minnow ? i. Ito
frosting-free! That means: they're Lipton Tea 2 cups sugar swims will give you a clue '
Box #810Spring Stir tea, rhubarb, lemon and sugar what colors sizes and movements -
( work-free too. So easy to keep spotless Park Minn. into a large saucepan. Simmer until win attract a fish.

rhubarb is tender (about 10-15 minutes). One thing your observations cf:
because there's never hint Either pitcher or set of glassesis =;-,
Strain and let cool. Makes 2 quarts should reveal in early spring. _____ __- ____ __
available separately for $2.00
of frost to chip at to mop up.. and Lipton Tea boxtop. Rhubarb Tea. Serve over ice cubes in when the big "uns start gobbling the little 'uns. is that every-
tall thing Is moving faster. That means you want lures that maneuverconvincingly
.. '.; '::-" .. : (Labels in the freezer compartment The Lipton Kitchens have developed glasses. to trigger the reflexes of a pike, a trout or a bats.
'; three family-size recipesfor MINT COOLER An artificial bait that offers this naturalness is the Vixen a
are always readable, too.) Spring'and Summer tea 16 ounce can frozen lemonade shapely Imitation of a minnow that puts out Its siren can with a
drinks "Strawberry Festival concentrate wierd and wondrous wiggle. Its curved, streamlined shape causesit
Look electric
at the NON-frosting "
new Tea, "Rhubarb Spring Tea"and 1 cup mint syrup* to slither through the water In a most enticing fashion. -Field
;WORK SAVING refrigerators at your nearby appliancedealer's. "Mint Cooler"-that can be 1% quarts Lipton Tea, cooled tests show it to be a deadly fish catcher.
hand in
easily made and kept on
favor the
Or Garcia Eelet.
you may a natural lure so real and
Stir lemonade concentrate and mint
I We think you'llagree: with the new Lipton premium pitcher. syrup into tea. Makes Z .quarts Mint deceptively lifelike that live eels can it "Brother." Try the
NEWNESS! STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL TEA 3/16-oimce else: chances are it will dance most effectively
*
homemakers who say, Cooler. Serve over ice cubes in tall-
modern still
:. 1 fresh strawberries lasses. in the local pond overflowing with melting snow
pint
As long ,as you're stressing light tackle there's In defeating -
Frosting belongs on Cakes .' % 'Mint Syrup ; no point
cup sugar
tner purpose with heavy u y?. You'll find Platy ><>m f"-'
'( never in your refrigerator!* 1%quarts Bounce Up ton frozen Tea.cooled lemonade 20 to 30 fresh mint leaves or 1 ment, preferably In the 4- to U-pound test range, most suitable for
1 can tablespoon mint jelly The soft; line It
the task. supple comes off the spool effortlessly
i concentrate 1 cup sugar is practically invisible as it spins off the cast
Clean and hull strawberries. Slice in
: 1 water All these fast-moving tackle elements do when
Add cup an even better job
to tea with
half and stir in
; ri1Hbut; 'eai&i' lemonade concentrate sugar.: Makes about 2 Bruise'mint leaves in sugar. Add used with a Garcia rod. The spin-casting and belt-casting models
Strawberry Festival Tea. Serve water and stir over beat until sugar with fast-taper design feature sensitive tips that help the lines
POWER 'CORPORATION quarts jce in tall glasses. dissolves. Simmer 3 to 5 minutes. dart through water to duplicate the natural movement of live bait
TAX-PAYING. COMPANY over Strain out leaves. If fresh mint is not Toss In an Abu-Katie 140 spin-casting reel to round out a balanced
mvCSJO tLKTttIC
-OWN D RHUBARB SPRING TEA available combine sugar water and tackle program and you're an set to return to that brook

1% quarts Lipton Tea mint jelly. Heat and stir until dissolved where you saw "a beauty just before the season ended last FaH.
Maybe his cousin is there now.



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Thursday, May 23. 1963 I i The I
I Science In News VEGETABLE

the I Boating Tips. ,I
Scientific advances of the Twentieth Century dazzle -s.. -
-I imagination, but let's never forget that the most remarkable' z

COMPLEtE machine of all is the human body.' ._ __. _, b ,
TallahasseeFlowers i Take body temperature, for<\ as tea
example. Normal Is considered ii
FLORIST 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit. In a .
healthy person,it generally re- p M aTOt4 .. :::# ."". ... '.,,- ","
& mains around this level,give or
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take one degree. Many things 2 .. : '
., ,. make the body temperaturevary .... >.
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... slightly from normal. Ac- ... .
cording to General Electric
t Kohlrabi is delicious when OAT ON THE RIGHT HAS
scientists, when we perspire, THE RIGHT Of WAY
water evaporates from the skin .golf ball size knobs are polled BOAT WITHOUT MOTOI HAS .. .
and the of the and cooked as described below. RIGHT Of WAY OVER
temperature
J roWEl CRAFT
.. I Exercise
: body goes down.
Formerly makes the heart faster Some people claim it's a"beet
-;- Till nan' .'..:.,' :1' and raises the temperature.pump with the bump on top of
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105 EAST'JEFFERSON= : Curiously enough, the sensation the soil": Others are certain
STREET because the
of heat or cold is due to a it's a turnip flavor
change in skin temperature not rounding air. When that surrounding though milder slightly resembles ai-
of the body.Functioning. air, however, is already that of the turnip. Actu-
well, the body high in moisture content, ally it's a. member of the cab- .. '
loses heat as fast as it is pro- it cannot absorb the additional bage family to which the turnip
duced. In mammals, this or- water vapor from the skin.It is also belongs and its name tells ...
'
o! _- the connection kohlrabi (Kohlis
J' realize
control of heat produc- at these times that we *
ganic ,
WHEN MEETING HEAD ON
"PHONE: /TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDAor tion and loss keeps.the body at that it is the humidity and not German for Cabbage coolweathercrop ). 10TH BOATS TURN RIGHT .', ,. .. fiSHING TO BOATS OBSTRUCT AREN'TAUOWEO TRAFFIC -
heat which is responsiblefor Essentially a ,,
just about the same temperature the -
WA. 6-3301. CRAWFORDVILLE regardless of the temperature I discomfort. So long as the kohlrabi grows equally )
.. iIf of the surrounding air. perspiration remains on the well when seeds are sown in
Whether you're ice skating or skin we feel hot and sticky. early spring or when planted in
has nature by late summer for a fall crop.
I swimming,your incredible tem- Man helped
perature control is doing its devising techniques whereby The varieties commonly on the
moisture content is drawn from market. Early Purple Vienna
Woodville Lumber Co. job.This natural mechanism has the surrounding air in order to and Early White Vienna, are
been the inspiration for the au- facilitate natural evaporationof quick-maturing so that short
tomatic temperature controls body moisture. This is one rows, planted every two or three : .
built into modern air conditioning of the most important functions weeks are the best way for the
units. On the new General of air conditioning.All gardener to handle this vege- .
Lumber Building Supplies"We Electric table. CRAFT BEING OVERTAKEN KEEP TO THE ESPECIALLY
Electric room air conditioners, of the new General RIGHT
HAS THE RIGHT OF WAY
air conditioners Sow seeds-in a shallow drill IN NARROW.CHANNELS
a sensitive thermostat auto- Superline
matically maintains the desired contain highly efficient dehu- thin 2-inch-high seedlings so
left 6 to 8 inches I
comfort level of the'air in which midifying systems which can that those are Knowing the rules of the road is vital for safe and competentsmall
Need And AppreciateYour'_ you live. Although a variety'of remove moisture from hot, humid apart in for the use row when, and the pull knobs the : boat handling. Since they are based on common sense, these
: factors tend to cause room temperature air at the rate of 15.9to 'plants and tender. rules are easy to learn and remember. Mercury boating authoritiessay
size
to change-number of 24 gallons per day, dependingupon are golf-ball misunder- the following are among the most important: keep to the
people,time of day, etc.-these the model. It is this Since and many think people that size is right in narrow channels and when meeting another craft head
Business" : ; controls automatically regulatethe heightened "crispness" which stand with "getting the on. And "commit" yourself early by turning off collision course
: ;Jr; air conditioner's output so makes air conditioned rooms so synonymous for money", they when there is still considerable distance between your boat and
much easier to live in, sleep in most your
v j* that room temperature remains think kohlrabi is a hard, woody an .oncoming one. Give way to any boat approaching in your
.at the comfortable level selectedby and work in.Amazing / vegetable. Actually the yv e danger zone-your right-hand side from dead ahead to slightlymore
the householder. as it would have when than a right angle. Sailboats have right away over power-
tasted it only overgrownand
Quality and Price Guaranteed: Humidity .control is another sounded 50 years ago, today fit only for the compost pile. boats. Craft being overtaken and boats leaving docks also have
major aspect affecting body every household can be com Try any one of the following the right of way. Observing these rules will enable you to meet
comfort. The body's cooling fortable regardless of the sear ways to prepare this vegetableand any water-borne traffic; situation with confidence.
heat humid
and
ing oppressive
mechanism operates by evaporating you'll agree it's ,a valuable
Ross Hannon Owner perspiration into the sur- ity outside. addition to your table: 1Peel ,
it, cut it into paper thin slices

.-. J and use these in salad with any
1 preferred dressing.
2 -, Peel and slice, then boil
in a small amount of salted wa-
ter until tender. Drain. Serve


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FLORI DA STATE
peeled .and thinly sliced kohlrabi -
turning slices frequently
to brown them slightly. Then r .

.GO STRAIGHT. add' just enough and water continue to pre-to TO-NIGTH through SAT. FRL'and SAT.
vent 'burning
I add -it little little, only as .
( -\t\ by May 22,23, U and 25 needed until slices are tender -Doabl. F eaJ are- ,x
,- ---.which takes about 20 minutes Dolores Hart

4 Wash the leaves and Hugh O'Brian "ATTILA"
cook like spinach. Chop them -in. 1:40:55, ,8IOplus .
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a serving dish and over them "COME FLY ,-
place the knobs cooked as in
number 3 above. Delicious! WITH ME"
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