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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 1, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I CRAWFORDVILLE FLORIDA r THURSDAY. APRIL 1. 1985 ..

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SUN AND FUN WEEKENI D IS BEING WHAT PROGRESS SUMMER CAMP IN I S- } r .1

PLANNED BY THE WAKI ULLA CANCER, RESEARCH WAKULLA COUNTYWakulla 2 C- TX I

How soon can we expect a County has been cho-
COUNTY CHAMBER OF I COMMERCE .
cure for cancer? sen for the site of the first private .
It is a disease of tremendous co-educational summer ; !J
z The Wakulla County Chamberand of Commerce is planning a "Sun complexity, yet research gains camp in Florida's beautiful "Big
Fun", weekend May 29, 30,, to show off the facilities now a- already made have led some Bend" area.

valiable in the county. scientists to predict we will see The owners and directors of
Chamber of Commerce Presidci it Fred Keightley said this will be the problem solved within our Camp Indian Springs are Mrs.
the first of what is planned as an annual event by the Chamber. lifetime. Betty Palmer and Mrs. Odette nf N&W:
The program will consist of a fishing rodeo, boat races, publicd There is reason for this hope- Marshall. Both are members of
fish fry, band concert, and guide tours of the county. ful outlook. Within the short the American Camping Association -

Prizes will include weekend span of25 years, wt have made Florida Recreation Association -
accommodations at many sections RECORD FEED GRAIN such progress as this: and the Florida Asso-
of the county. A drug has been developed in ciation of Health, Physical Edu-
PROGRAM SIGNUPThe I
Fresh and salt water fishing of Recreation.
treating a rare type cancer cation, and
camp operators will sponsor the ASCS County Office reports found in women after pregnancy.It The two ladies bring over thirty -
fishing rodeo with check in sta- that more farmers have is the first solid tumor ever to years of combined experiencein

tions. signed up to participate in the respond favorably to chemo- supervised camp activities.
Water activities will be under 1965 Feed Grain Program thanin therapy.The Eachhashcld positions as Supervisor -
the direction of the St. Marks The of Recreation in
any previous year. sign- "Pap"smearwas developed major
Yacht Club and the Tallahassee up period ended last Friday, making it possible to dis- Florida cities.
Outboard Club. March 26.According. cover uterine cancer cells in an Their goals are character
An advertising program gearedto to Richard L. Cow- early and curable stage. The building, good health, and creativity -
reach residents in the South dy, ASCS County Office Man- mortality rate of cancer of the iq an atmosphere of adventure 13"TJ

Georgia area is being underta- ager, 42 farms in the county uterus, once the most feared of and fun.
ken with advertising being plac- signed up to divert 1,134 acres all forms of cancer in women, Camp Indian Springs b locat- .
ed on the radio i and weekly from the production of feed has dropped 50 per cent in 25 ed on State Road 367 betweenthe

newspapers in these areas. grain during.1965. There area years. Tallahassee Crawfordville -. ... .,
County organizations that are total of 106 feed grain farms At present, there is no preventive Highway and the Wakulla
being asked to participate in the in the county with feed grain or cure for leukemia, Springs road, on what is knownin
weekend event Wakulla bases totaling 3, 354 acres. Base but the lives of patients are beIng the area as the Bolxham cut- The entrance to Camp Indian Springs, The new summer camp now located in Wakulla County.

County Jaycees, Sopchoppy Lions acreage on the participatingfarms rrlongedwith new combin-
off.The
Club Panacea Chamber of equals 1,893 acres and ations of drugs, and many scien- site Is on a natural I spring
Commerce, Panacea Craw- 60 percent of this will be diverted tists believe that cures will be which has the hostricial significance ?*E ?J Jh
fordville and Sopchoppy Wo conservation uses during found for this type of cancer as the home site of the | >
man's Clubs. It is expected that the year. Based on the sooner than for any other can- earliest primitive Florida In-
the bands from both: Crawford- intended diversion, the Signed cer. dians. Indian pottery, arrov -
ville and Sopchoppy will enter- farms will earn approximately Hundreds scientists In many heads, and other artifacts ut
tain on Saturday afternoon, May $21,000 in diversion payments branches of cancer research are still being found about the 1. :
under the program.In working long hours in laboratories grounds. f

29.Most of the activities will be 1964, 33 of the county's across the country to find Early settlers also claimed this

held in the area that lies along feed grain farms participated in new clues to fathom the mys- rea. The Spring was used as a 4.'
the river toward Mashes Point. the program. These farms earn- teries of a disease which takes stopover camp site for travelers
Further information will be released ed approximately$19,000 in diversion the lives of more than 800 Am- from South Georgia and North + u

by the planning committee and price-support pay- ericans a day. Florida towns, who were on
composed of Bernard Wil- mentl. The County Office The head of one of the largest their way to fishing in the Gulf r.r
son, Chairman, Cecil Wright, Manager explained that participatingfarmerseamthese research centers has said, "Peo which lies only a few miles to ;-I':1
J. D. Turner, Frank Johnson, pay- ple think there is a lot of money the south. :
and Steve Re veil.Tallahassee ments by diverting at least 20 available for can c e r. There Wakulla Springs is located only -
percent of their feed grain acre- really isn't. There are many a short distance to the east +
age to conservation measures.No things we wish could be done.. of the Camp and Is noted for
crop may be harvested from This is worth keeping in mind being one of the largest springsin
the acreage and it may not be when you are asked to contri- tht world.
grazed between May haled Nov- bute to the American Cancer Cat tip Indian Springawill operate -
0'" .. ember 1. The maximum acre- Society during its annual April 5 sessions this year, startingon
age that can be diverted and Crusade against Cancer. The June 20. Each session will
earn a diversion payment is the pace of support for cancer research be for a two week period. Resident -
n larger of 50 percent of the baseor must be stepped up to and day campers will be
25 acres. The price support bring closer the day of victory. accepted.The .
payment is made on the feed Your dollars can help.B. program will include

grain produced on the base acre- swimming, horseback riding i ,
age not diverted under the pro boating, fishing, nature lore,
gram. R. MINTON AT arts-crafts, music, dramatics,

Advance payments amountingto NEW LIGHT CHURCH pioneering, hiking i archery,
approximately one-half of and riflery. The Fishing Rodeo at Wakulla County's "Sun and Fun Time" Weekend is expected to show catches
the diversion payment were Evangelist B. R. Minton from The age bracket for the campers like the one above on May 29 and 30.
made to farms requesting them Tallahassee will be at New Light is 8 to 14 years of age.
during the signup period. The Assembly of God Church April The public is invited to Inspect -

price support payments and the 7 through April 18, presenting the facilities any Sunday
A veteran em- remainder the diversion pay- prophetic sermons on the bookof afternoon. I .
ployee of the State Chemist's ment will be made next fall to Revelations.Rev. Mailing address is Camp Indian --r-j I r e
office in Tallahassee, and cur farmers who comply with all Minton will have with Springs, P. O. Box 945, w. t

rent president of the Associationof provisions of the program. him his 33 foot Bible chart, illustrating Tallahassee, Florida. Cda
Southern Feed, Fertilizer and Compliance checks will be the different periodsin Telephone 222-8040, Talla-
Pesticide Control Officials, was made on all participating farms Bible history and prophecy. hassee.
advanced today by Commissioner by county office representativesduring Bring your Bible each night and
Doyle Conner to the post of the summer months. follow him as he reveals what
Assistant Commissioner in the the Bible says about present and CANCER CRUSADE

Florida Department of Agriculture. future world conditions. Services STARTS HERE 3RDO. 1n

MRS. ALMA TIMMONS will begin at 7:30 P. M.
Harold H. Hoffman, 51, succeeds Rev. Allen Norris is pastor of E. Hendrickson Cancer
Frank W. Risher whose MET WITH LUNCHROOM ,
the church, which is located Crusade Chairman held a
retirement after 36 yean InState PERSONNELThe about 12 miles from Tallahassee "Kick-Off" meeting Monday
agricultural service, became off the Crawfordville High night in the Florida Power
effective today, April 1. Wakulla County, Florida, way.
"It is gratifying to find withinour Food Service met at the Craw- Lounge.
Hendrickson announced that
own organization' man so fordville School Lunchroom,
the first event of the 1965 Crusade -
well to assume the P.M. Mrs. Alma Tim-
qualified Friday HOMECOMING AT ZION will be a road block on
duties and responsibilities president of State Croup,
numerous mons, sJI
of the Assistant Commis- metwith lunchroom person HILL SUNDAY APRIL 4 Saturday, April 3rd. Ann
Moore chairman of the road
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sioner's office Conner sa ide
nel.Mrs. The annual homecoming of block, said that the Crawford-
"In his dual capacity as Director Eloise Harvey, manager,
Zion HiU Methodist Church will ville High School Honor Society t"'
of the Division of Admin- Crawfprdville Lunchroom, was
be held Sunday, April 4. According and members the Junior Honor .
istration he will be generally elected to represent the Wakulla -
to the the Rev. Society would handle the job.
pastor,
routine of inter- in Leon County.
supervising Croup
W. L. Proter, the guest speaker Workers will set up,in front of
affairs and The lunchroom personnel became -
departmental num- will be a former minister, the the Health Clinic in Crawford- \

erous and Federal.other programs agencies" of cooperationwith both state have Food become Service affiliated one with interested year Florida ago and and Rev.Services W. L.will Windsor.start at 11.00AM. AM ville til5:00 and will PM.solicit from 10:00 TIft, ll :ft-r! '11\

gained knowledge of the lunch- followed by a basket dinner and Drive Chairman Hendricksonnamedthefollowingarea I 1 4 J
afternoon of fellowship. All chair-
room throughout Florida. an Unit Crusade workers met with O. E. Hendrickson Crusade
program friends of this little church in men Wikulla Mrs. J. M. Wakulla County Cancer Monday night ,
OPEN HOUSE AT Chairman setting plans for the 1965 fund raising drive. Hendrickson holds a cake that was decorated -
the River Sink Community are Gwln; Newport-Wakulla Beach, ,
BOYS RANCHLive invited to worship and fellow- Mrs. Ed Levy; Sopchoppy Mrs. with appropriate wording for the Crusade. Flanking Hendrickson are President Helen Turner left

F.H.A. NEWSBY &hi p here on this traditional first Ralph Brown, Mrs. Louise Sapp, and past president Essie Cogdill, right.
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Oak-An open house hon- Sunday In A pril. Mrs. Helen BeasleYI) Curtis
oring the Florida Legislaturewill Alice Green Mills, Mrs. Monroe Thompson; COMING /III/ / 'THE EDDY I PTA CffAWFORDVILLE BAKE SALEThe
be held at the Florida Sher- St. Marks, Mrs. Essie Cogdill, HIGH SCHOOLThe
iffs Boys Ranch, 11 miles northof In our F. H. A. meeting this Mrs. Nancy Davis, Mrs. Newell DUCHIN/ STORY'Friday Crawfordville Band Boosters -

here, on April 10. week we started planning our CARD OF THANKSI Ladd; Ivan-River Sink, Mrs. April 2, at 7:30 the Library Council is also will have a Bake Sal. Saturday -

Governor Haydon Bums, cabi- F.H.A. summer party. We decided wish to thank my neighborsand Evelyn Gowdyi M e dart John Crawfordville High School Library sponsoring a Book Fair to beheld morning, April 10th, m
net members, legislators, state to go to Dog Island. We friends the Forest Service, Plgott; Crawfordville, Mrs. Council is sponsoring the during the regular April front of the Post Office startingat
supreme court Justices, other plan to go Saturday, May 22, Sopchoppy, Fire Department, Beulah Blanton; Panacea, Mr. movie the story of a lifetime meeting of the PTA on April 830. We are still trying! to
high state officials and the capi- and take a picnic or buy our and Panacea Fire Departmentfor Z. W. Revelle; Spring Creek, the rich romantic lifetime of 13. The books will be on exhi- raise the rest of the money tc
tol press corps have been invit- lunch over there. We are going the help in fighting the fire Mrs. Hanna Dykes; Smith Creek, pianist Eddy Duchin( whose mu- bit on Monday and Tuesday, buy the band uniforms.
ed to attend. to leave on the early ferry at home March 17th. Mrs. Mavis Langston.The sic became famous throughoutthe April 12 13. Many of the Every band parent Is asked u
Chartered buses will take them and come back on 00 or my next meeting of the Crusade world. books are paperbacks and the bake a cake or pie. If you nt
and their families from Talla- 5:00 ferry. Mrs. John C. Ellis workers will be at the Florida Tyron Power, Kim Novak, price range is from 194 through to bring the cake on FriJ '
hassee the Ranch ai guests of Power Lounge on April 19. Victoria Shaw, Rex Thompson, $4.00. can leave it at the W .1'' I < I
Southern Greyhound Lines .and and James Whitmore star in this Bookplates will be availablefor County News. Please put '">ur
Tamiami Traihvays. THE SENIOR technicolor musical. Carmen those who wish to donatea name on the container. here
Registration of guests and tours WOMAN'S CLUB Cavallaro plays some of the book to the library or the paperback are some containers left 'ron

of the Ranch facilities -- including TALENT SHOW Green Thumb Tips | MEETING APRIL 6TH favorite Duchin tunes for the club. other bake sales If \ ,'I', >"

the recently completed April 9 could be the big dayin sound track, including "Man- missing one, stop by tille.. .
$75,000 all-faiths chapel and your life. Come on out to S] The Crawfordville Woman'sClub hattan", "It Must Be True", PLAY SET FOR office and claim it.
memorial library -- will begin the Senior Talent Show and display Lima beans are not ai hardy will hold their regular "Exactly Like You", "The Sun SOPCHOPPYThe

at 11s00A.M. your talent. All those in- a* map or green bean and .meeting Tuesday nigh., April ny Side of the Street", and
A luncheon of country fried terestedare asked to get an application therefore should not be planted 6th, at 8:00 P.M. Guest speaker "Smiles". Sopchoppy High School
chicken provided by the people from the Senior Class. II early. Walt to plant lima will be Mr. Robert Furlough Parents and friends of Craw- Senior Class Play will be shown NOTICEAnna
ofSuwannee County will be until the ground la warm and all the Children Homes So- School studentsare
from fordville High
have
You must your entry in by Friday, April 2, at 8:00 P.M.in .
served at 12:30 P.M., followed April 1 and should be in no later danger of frost It past.Then ciety of Florida. All club invited to attend. Admission the school auditorium. Whaley's name \Vol> n-
by a short program featuring if possible. plant J beam to every members and friends ire urgedto for students in grades one Title of this advertently Ie ft off the' a
from the Ranch. 15 inches of row and make certain year's production Honor Roll for the 1st Grade
youngsters attend. six is 35t and from 7-
We are very excited and hope that ths through is "Onions In The Stew".
place
The entire open house,be includ- you will be, too. So, hurry downward. you Rows should be eyes 3 I .Mrs. Nadine Posey has chargeof up U Sot. Popcorn and cokes Admission is 75* for adults last week.1fIdJ .
will
ing the luncheon, opento and get'your entry and help feet apart. the program. will be on sale. and SOt for students and child-
the public. make this big show e Y'"ft.






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THURSDAY MEN (IN SERVICEU. ,I Harrell entered the SELLING TRADING I BUYING/ 1
Specialist
II Army in October 1963, com I
S. Forces, Vietnam (AH- I at Fort .
kla--- basic training Acreage Lots Business, .
Homes
TNC) A rmy Specialist Four I Jackson, S. C., and was last .
Kennis O. Harrell, son of Mr. stationed at Fort Dlx, N. J.
and Mrs. Barney Harrell, Box The 24-year-old iclditr It *
COUNTY 291, Sopchoppy, FU., was assigned 1960 of Sopchoppy
graduate
to the U. S. Sup- I SEE US FIRST FOR YOUR
Army High School and was employed REAL ESTATE NEEDS
W port Command, Vietnam, the Martin Construction
Tclrprtnnr by
March. IS, as a military policeman. I Company, Tallahassee, before
advises entering the Army. CHAS. H. DEEB REALTOR
The support command
HELP WANTED MALE OR
FEMALES the armed forces of the Republic 221 S. Calhoun Street
Virginia Kelahtley of Vietnam on training! tae Phone 224-6167
START A RAWLEICH BUS- I :
of equipment and tactic.il ipirJtions. -
INESS. Real opportunity now
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Ind KriRhllty for permanent, profitable
work in Franklin Co. or Tay- .
Entered at Cr lor Co. Write Rawlelgh, FA
ni second clatt B 220 29, Memphis, Tenn. ABetterJob
St211.25.311,25.41.REAL .._ FLORIDA sz Y l l
tinn rite: $3 00 per


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Hornet Acreage VUD: thru "A 1.

Waterfront lots ; FLORIDA THEATRE WILL BE

HENRY WILLIAMS CLOSED TEMPORARILY FOP
BROKER Hayley Mills John Mills
Ne REALTY ; REPAIRS.
Phone 741 P. O. Box 275
WATCH NEWSPAPER THE TRUTH ABOUT SPRING
St. Marks, Florida i
FOR REOPENING!

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tad rnn ol (unit HOUIIT Ibe .lci.blI
LAWN MOWING in ; dollar cunurucnon induxry in mil ..rum -
anywhere Lam how at National. toe on.tn.l..h.rl of
Wakulla County. Contact ; ; heavy equipment: operation for men ut-i 17 to 16.
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) of our.d..as.
Amount p.c. mfNOT Nuoni II
Charles Scott, Rt. #C Box 74, PIRKY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN coritipofidcnct. achonl Vou train on tchoolo .
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If You Tallahassee. ntd d.cHl cn n 2t-4/1.8. ; OUTDOOR 01 WOODYItU HWY.ui r Bulldozers
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e S Office Husinc+'8 LOSTi Red billfold, Sunday, ; I THURS. FRI t, SA 1. TI!AIRS FRI. I I. SAl r Motor Scrapers graders, crawler-drawn
March 28, at Oaks Restaurantin V
Sr or Panaca.: Please return papers ; Pipelayers .

RANEY picture to Mrs., Julie and drivers Causseaux license -, ; I THE NAKED KISS Sophia Lorcn in V I" Track-type tractors .

411 Put man (Drive, Box 22A, and | FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRf Traxcavators
atCAPITAL
Tallahassee. orcallWa 6-3013. ; ;
FLORIDA'f. ; ; ; THE STRANGLER and -C-U-I;; ---
READY FOR r NATIONAL. SCHOOL OF \ -1
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P 0. Drawer 4327 Tampa, Florida I Ii
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!NOTICE OF LEGISUTUN PYRO
Corner E. Prn COOl: 7 VICTIM: 5 i( N_ .. ANAddna t tI
TALLAHASSEE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ; I .... .................. ... .... ... ... I II
that legislation will be intro- ; ; I CIIr .. .. ...........Z.... II..... ........ ...... I
duced in the legislature of the k- -4 ___________________
State of Florida at the next ensuing ;
session thereof for the pas- ; I
ia gc of an act to amend the .
Municipal Charter of the Townof ,
37of St.Chapter Marks, amending 63-1872, Section Special ; Here It Is !

Acts of 1963, to amend the I
Qualifactions for the office of
Town Attorney; and, to amend
Section 112 of Chapter 63-1872 DOUBLE DEAL
i Special Acts of 1963 to change
date of Municipal election to
3rd'Saturday of February and to ,
Amend Section 113, of Chapter
63-1872, Special Acts for 1963to I
change time for voter regis-
tration to provide that registration PICK-UP SPECIALNEW
book shall remain open for
M'0\; 1.EPTI
registration between the hoursof
7:00 A.M. and 7.00P.M.)
to Amend Section 21 of Chapter I'I 1965 CHEVROLET
('lean Out- 63-1872, Special Acts of 1963to
RepairNew provide that in the absenceor
) disability of the Mayor and/
The Best or remaining the treasurer members that one the of Town the 1/2 -10N PICK-UP only! $,1775

Commission shall be chosen bylottoactas
TelPillahassee; Mayor pro temporc
: and to Amend Section 11 of Equipped with directional signals, rear bumper, oil filter
;iftpi fiO: ) Chapter 63-1872, Special Acts and all standard equipment. This special for a limited Delivered In Tallahasseetime
._-- yor of 1963 cannot to provide tuccced that the himself.Ma- .

Providing an effective date.


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& POINTS NEW 1965 CORVAIRCLUB

BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00
EARLY A COUPE: equipped with heater, oil filter,
I FRENCH PKl> OPEN TIL directional signals.
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MO OKI 800P.M. FRIDAYS
FIT S
Limited Time Only 1899

TALLAHASSEE 1901 Phone N. -, CHUN BALES-BOB WHITFiaDHtROID CHRISTIE Delivered in Tallahassee

DEE COOK Owner

EXTRA JI' USED


SPECIALSCARS

TaltahtMro. BiutiMoa Firms .C


1961 FALCON 1961 COMET

.... $795 4 dose ., _S795
4 door radia hcolar and auto* It.'Ie" wee. nd'to hshr, .11
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1960 CHEVROLET 1961 FORD

R M Little Folks Store, VI 4 door IMPALA Hardtop, N.S .flI 295 4 door ttolion wajon radio; hootar,, S995
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Ckddrnt Furnitwrt, Toy, 1962 SAAB 1964 OPEL

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P. Farm Supplio 1962 FORD 1963 CORVAIR.

Gip 1s.t WeigPst said R.,14r Cor. C.ln"and .... S895 M.n.. onvorlibl i ,
(.'o n.', 1l1ocke .. 'I Tel. Woodward Ste. VAN, Low milof, ono owmr ..M...... hootor and coupa.",._to. tronimmlon.cloan radio. 1695
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;' S. Adams St. at 4-PoinU ALL OK USED CARS AND TRUCKS
T.U 222-8840 P. O. BoYearer sM -
,I' GUARANTEED FOR 25 MONTHS. Ask about this special
rv --_._._---- Warranty! These are added
Co. reasons why more cars and trucks are sold by Alford Chevrolet than any other dealerin

Tin Parti HmrAnjrthlnf the Big Bend!
for your auto truck
Inc. or tractor. Alao for your powarlawnmowor
and much for your
boat .
.lssrrsaat sad Bolds 108 N. Adams St. Ph. 223-1380 Alford Chevrolet Co.

,,, tit'8 Adam. St-T.I. 222-4680

. 327 N. Adams St. 1414
S. Monroe St.
Phone 222.5650-224-3211
Phone 2225656WAKULLA

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r ScJ>ooI C1rnJ-Up SOPCHOPPy NEWS TRANSPLANTING waecu.A G VJfn .a.1 3

Clerk CRM'FORDVILLE Tttih!-L- _INS "
II PALM TREES
Urged Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown and PERSONALS

Sdmol principal were re. Mrs. Annie Harms spent last GainesvilleNow il Ac MM
mimlcd by the Amrrirnn Insuranct week inFattkope, Ala., vMrt- Those attending the dedication time to transplant palms, soy
AsKMiation iod.ithat lag relative of another new cctuge at Tony Jensen assistant ofester,
Live Oak Sheriffs' Boys Ranch Florida Agricuhural Extcmion
Spring Clean Up tint' should Mr. and Mrs. Al Zanco and Sunda.y from Wakulb Countywere Service. NOTICE !
\* observed by schools as well two ions of Tallahassee spent : Sheriff and Mrs. W. R. Each year many thousands of I
AI by private housiliolJer! the weekend with her parents Mn. Beulah Pelt, Lucinda I cabbage or sabal palms Flo SPCCIALS FRI. SAT. MON. AND Tn&
In too many irhools the Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harms. Tucker, Johnny Daniel Jr., rida's state tree are removed
I AitMMtion laid combustibles Jackie Lawhon, Bcnard: Wilson I from Florida foram and trans
II I H. Dunn Jr., vice pre such .is corrected examination Dr. R. C. Holmes District: and son, Richard i and todKetghtlcy planted around hornet building
,,dent and general counsel, has papers and outdated Superintendent of Tallahassee and son, Crcg. and along new highways. Country Smoked SAUSAGE, lb. S9c
elected to the board of dirt report District, Methodist Churches
Jensen,
Ken Frequently says people
are
tors by the: stockholders: permitted to accumulate held Quarterly Conference here Lue Hcndrickson son of Mr. unfamiliar with palms express -
I I .noiuiccd. t W. J. Clapp, prciitknt ill 100, frequently in the basement Sunday evening A large dele- and Mrs. Corky Hendrickson, amazement that such Urge FRYERS, grade PA"' lb. 29c
of Florida Power Corporation ( gation from the Crawfordvilk is a patient at Tallahassee specimens can be moved with _
,I at the: annual meeting of The Association sUit jtl:II ed Church was present. Memorial Hospital.Mn. so much success. 59c
shareholders In St. Petersburg: hit; school principals should However unlike other natiM. I Ham Frosty Morn whole or 1/2
Mr. and hits Terry Land of Bea Duggar has returned
tC'day. send! .i memorandum to all trees, a large ubal palm will
Dunn, a native of Kentucky', teacluri asking them to Panama City and formerly of home from Tallahassee Memorial survive transplanting better than lb. can 2.69 I
Joined Florida Power1 legal dc- papers in their offices! and go throw over Sopchopp, announce the birthof Hospital.Mr. a smaller one. Usually a palm HAM Swift Prem. 3
a son Darien!
in 1955; prior to that Wayne, born which has under rugged
urn.urtmont, he: had; practiced law with out ntetlcd.those which no longer all March 22 at the Uscnby Hospi- and Mrs. L. D. Taylorwere environmental grown conditions in the COFFEE ip(}Z.IIL'ItanDfuwtD House S 1. 2 9 j
tal
his father, the late Judge E. H. Panama City. He weighedseven called to Gainesville Sun- forest thrives after transplant-
Dunn was named assistant MOM: schools the .Usocution pounds and fourteen oun- day due to the death of Mr. I
Dunn.general counsel for Florida said have regular fire safety ces.another Mi. and Mrs. Land have Taylor's sister. I Ins.One indication that a palm Lindy Cream Style CORN, 2 for 29c

Pov..r in 1960, elected .vice checkups made by a teacher, son, Tracy Wilson. !Mn. Bobby Russ and daughter has had a tough life is a clean
president in 1<>61, and! general the building': custodian and a Cindy, returned home Sunday trunk without the old leaf bases Peacock FLOUR 5Ibs. 59cdoltr
have
Wearohaplyto Mr. Macon
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I ,OIU1Sd in 1962. He is a 117 uniformed lirc man, Rudd home from after a few days visit to Mont- Jensen sa"S. Sometimes palms
the Tallahassee
I ,raduate of the UnlNcrsit: of I low evi:r. these inspectors Memorial gomery and Linden, Alabama with roots showing i above the
Florida College of law.torcthan900Sharcholders. cinnot judge: what Hospital. where they visited relatives. ground arc easier to move than fROZEN

i \ at- should be thrown out pipers and Mr. Woodrov Willis and his others. Such palms can be replanted PIES Chick. Turhy 4 for 99c
the annual meeting for better ,
u niKd Mr. and Mn. Fred CarUn andchildren deeper support
whit should be sister Ruby McKenzie visited
'. Inch marked the company' s kept from Atlanta spent theweekend giving these roots a chaiict-
I 20th > car as an independent, I la papers to he thrown out their mother, Mrs. Leavy Willis with I Mrs. Carltn'sparents i to begin to develop. 'I BANANAS 2 Ibs. 25c
Thursday afternoon. Mrs.
1"1\ L: stor-owned Corporation. should In- proper!> labeled so Willis is in Oak Crove Convclcsccncc Mr. and Mrs. Henry I Palms growing on soil underlain -
Power emcrscd from the' custodian with at a depth ci
I Florida can tolkct iiid home, Tallahassee.HiHiiilif. Smith. hardpan MtTCA FROZEN UA rOODS
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: iioldnis company control in din I slit of them tin: Lime dn\. 2-3 feet often survive transplanting
I 1 45. better because the root i
Headquartered in St. Petersburg cull up and stop growing: whc > SHRIMP .E\DU 2081. 51. 29uuu
Florida Power Corporation iMiinril trig irrmtir they hit the hardpan layer. I
i serves 32 of the State's 67 shrubs nhnulil be H".I| cadlined Such a palm after the Uteri _
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aunties and employs 2,400 One of tbr qtiltkwt uiimlnicor foi! flaking 'IM-HP ..Itb.redible SUn'b .In the twin I a t" f..rtilir.IL.laaa.Hra roots have:: been cut, can be
"KII and women. sin salad lUmbviK IK tin hop tht-ii peas| in sweet. (1f'1I" xnionfor ". nhiih Intnt itmlHlhpr lilted off the hardpan without SHRIMP U dl
bsnIt and!
\ltie Thl will 'grow I I"' to .*" feel It's niNlw iwrfiim ...* "liiitviiivirh rarly In undercutting. When transplanted 99GeRta
In -ti' k hlnnrhe' + hat"
:luau i III II Hlllltlfr KC.ISOII '0 I I- the KioniMl" thou to install the season. .ii .it' beat I IIK. rriiliifi in properly prepared soil,
lilt>.il\ fill i II"a* 11'11\(101.11| \ rhea the dormant
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'ivp." ,i| .,"|1'1", nms palm roots will not heal and
continue:: to grow after cutting.
Jensen says extreme care must
ANY ITEM WITH RED LABEL 25 % OFF! 'betaken 'not to damage; the budAhwi OYSTERS 7ol, 49
transplanting a palm. Us-
e ANY ITEM WITH GREEN LABEL 20% OFF ia U; the four! fronds around tin.
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ANY ITEM WITH BUFF LABEL .10% OFF! don Ual H li grow i kc in other trunk:: diameter trees, palms except CRAB ) ..n bo- 99c

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THURSDAY. APRIL 1, 1965 < II L

WATCH FOR UNFAMILIAR/ y

PLANT PESTS

Gainesville-Homeowners and .'
farmers are urged by the U. S. .c61Y
Department of Agriculture to .yI. 1
keep a sharp look-out for any r
unusual insect damage to crops, ,
ornamentals, or trees.Suchdamageshouldbe.

report- .
edatonce to county agricultural -
agents or State or Federal
entomologists. It could mean
that a new foreign pest has
sneaked past our quarantine bar-
riers, or that a native insect is
building upto dangerous propor-
tions, says Jim Brogdon, entomologist I
Florida Agricultural a
Extension Service.In .
support of a nation-wide
program to "Stop pests before .
they start, State and Federal
governments are cooperating to
find and stamp out dangerous insect -
enemies, whether native or ? 14'' t
imported, before they cause extensive I '/ ..- .;; -
and ,.
damage require -'\ .. ,

widespread control the efforts.importantpart JACKSONVILLE CIVIL DEFENSE MEETING -- State Civil Defense directors and CD officials from APRIL IS CANCER CONTROL MONTH in the State of Florida. Governor Haydon Burns
Brogdon played stresses by homeowners in the Big Bend met in Jacksonville during a Statewide Planning Conference. Shown art, from left, presented the official proclamation to three members of the Florida Dixiblon of the American
discovering new insect enemies.For Col. H. W. Tarkington, state director, Col. Russ Jenna, West Florida Area Director; Cupt. W. S. Cancer Society. They represented the more than 65000 volunteers who participate in the
example, it was Florida's Schley, Wakulla County Director, and Col R. C. Stewart-Sidney, FICUS coordinator for Civil Society's year-round cancel control programs: of research. [public education and patient services -
homeowner's curiosity about the Defense courses. Others from the Big Bend who attended the two day conference are William Jacobs (left to riRhti are: Governor Bums Dick Pope, Jr., Cypress Gardens volunteer, 1965
larvae he found I in grapefruit of Leon County, Thomas H. Moses of Liberty County, and R. W. Foster of Calhoun County. Cancer Crusade chairman; Dr. Edwin II Updike\ Ocala Society president; Roper,: W, Irvine,: ,
thattriggered the successful St. Petersburg. recipient of t "The Handicapped American of the Year Award." issued by Picsi
campaign in 1956 against the I I dent Lyndon ,Tohn on', Spec'nl National Committee Mi living also represents nOflOOO
destructive Mediterranean fruit Cleaning A Lot Can Make Play Safe 1----- I Americans cured of caner,

fly.Since
this pest was eradicated Does your neighborhood need I Of course. )on will obtain j I IbiY Ii
at a cost of about $10 mil- more play spire for children? permission of thc owner to lear
lion continuous surveillancehas .tilt the lot such
In many (communities Spring i use periius- i
been maintained. Small Clean-Up work on vacant lots ,MOM is usually quickly granted\
1963
infestations in 1962 and I'
were quickly eradicated. In can proide additional play
1964, only a single male med- space, says the American liisur I IN CASE OF FIRE
fly was caught, and no control ante Assou:mon. At homeQuickly -
operation was needed. If you lire in a neighborhood get everybody out
contrast, eradication which hit a vacant lot, get a of the house.
the back in 1929, whenproper block
medfly the
of thc men on
group; Call the fire department
chemical controls werelacking .
2 and together! some Saturday morning immed:aiely.
required
yean
and within an hour
was achieved only by destroyingthe you (Be sure everyone in your "
medfly's food supply Including can clear the lot. pf fallen family knows how to call the p Y p ad
millions of dollars worthof branches. weeds rubbish and fire department.) e
citrus and other fruits. flo- other debris. I At public galherings-
rida suffered a great loss. There's a sifctyadvantiB Walk, do not run, to the
too, in leaning a lot Jor-pay| I nearest exit Call the fire department
space, because children ire safti immediately Keep
playing stick ball there than:in I calm. American Insurance CLEARANCEBuy
the street where cars are. core- Association

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check your air conditioning.. '

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You'll avoid the rush if you turn on your air conditioning 1-Kroehler Traditional Sofa, foam T-Cushions, $10095
now and check Is every room as cool as you like it' $21995
Need new tillers' Repairs' Maybe its lime lor a new unit. ,t '(slightly soiled) 109
Or a whole new system

Have you asked about heat pumps lor automatic 1-Kroehler Modern Sofa, 3 cushion loose pillowback, $37995 $10095
year round comfort'
And if you do not yet enjoy the blessings ot nylon corer1Traditional 100
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air conditioning now is the time to install
Because many dealers and contractors otter all season
Inducements. Many often attractive easy terms Chair, Mahogany Wood, Gold Cover $5995 $3995
Before you know it. summer weather will arise, For the
sake of your own cool comfort lor the sake of economy,
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Chest, Chairback Bed, Fruitwood Finish I 9
Clogged filters mile unit work harder ural tunic higher opt ruling ante

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OUTDOOR SECTION Keep clear of plants or other ohitmtlHini, Anything thai interfere Bed
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r VINTIUmONINSULATION An attic: that Is not properly ventilated) hecunkii. a hral Irap-attu 1-Oak Room Divider $16995
, temperature can go up to ISO in our Florid win VentiUte and you'lldetrease
heat Rain through the ceiling owl! the amount of cm.ling ynu nrrd
A properly imiilated home results in lower upraise rust Test show
1 you that. have up lo adequate sew lew residential limitationDarkcolored .ailing i Is nredrd whi n 1-Canopy Baby Crib With Canopy Cover .$6995 $4995

PAINT COLOR walls absorb more heat than. 'liuhl, colon.Light .
colon woe cooling costs. t

i. SUN SCREENS Large picture windows and sliding glass doom on the east or west shir 1-Speedqueen Automatic Washing Machine (used) $8995
admit heat and cause unit lo work more A un Hfeen may be advisable,
} Awnings help,too
SHADE Trees thai dude your home are like money In the bank
Wide roof-eaves shade. the walla and reduce cooling.......*. $495
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