Wakulla County news
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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 15, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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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WILLIAMS PUSHES REPEAL OF AUTO TAG HIM, Hialeah Craveside services b'

FOR LEGISLATION The American Legion and the were held Saturday in Crawford- :
Tallahassee The Florida FHP will Bicycle -
Auxiliary sponsor :
vile for
Cutchin 52 \
Tallahassee (Special) State Conference of AAA Motor Clubs Rodeo to be held on Saturday .-
who died
I Tuesday, April 6th at a
Treasurer Broward Williams today has called on the 1965 Florida May 1, at 10:00A.M.The his home in Hialeah. He is, a h t.

Issued a statewide appeal to Legislature to assist Cov. Hay- event will be held at the former St. Marks resident.

"every churchman, every civic don Bums to carry out his campaign Crawfordville school grounds. The Rev. S. A. Coxwell of-

leader, every citizen", to joinin pledge to repeal the 1963 I Three age groups of both boys flciated for the final rites at

a campaign to leek legisla- auto license tag increase and to' and girls can participate. Theyare 2:00 P.M. at the Crawfordville

tive action against drunk driv- roll back tag issuance to the, ages 7 to 8; 9 to 11; and 12 A.

former 12-month system. to 14 years. fF:71 ko of Culley Tallahassee and

ers.The State Treasurer-Insurance The AAA also isbacking ai' 1 Trooper Charles Moore sale was In charge of

Commissioner declared he will move for the central issuanceof that it would not be necessary ments.A arrange-

"make every honorable effortIn drivers' licenses, and is ask- for each child to bring their bicycles native of St. Marks Cutch-
every reasonable forum to ing for adequate and proper rest as they can use each inhad resided in Hialeah for 16

give our sober, Innocent driversan areas on Florida's Interstate others. years and was a carpenter fore-

even chance to return hometo highways.These Moore said that the purpose of man. He was a member of the

their loved ones when they and many other propo- the Rodeo is to promote bicy- Parker Lodge 142 of Masons of

must take to the highways". sals are contained In a programmappedbythestatd'sthree cle safety and give the studentsan Parker, Fla., and honorary 33 "1i

Williams said he has had "a AAA opportunity to improve bal Degree Mason and a member of t ;

rising tide of response "to his CJubs the Peninsula Motor ance and coordination. the Miami
appealforthe alcohol chemical Club with headquarters in Tam- Practice sessions will start next He was captain of a charter -

test law which will be introduced pa, the East Florida Division of Tuesday at the school and con- boat out of St. Marks for

during the current Legislative the AAA with headquarters in tinue until May 1. An obstacle years. many c'---

Session. Miami, and the St. Petersburg!- course will be set up on the Survivors include his widow

To those who question the Motor Club.( school grounds for practice. Mrs. Beatrice Cutchin Hialeah ,

fairness of the proposal he said AU legislators; State Cabinet Prizes will be awarded the ] one son, Harry Marcus, -

the implied consent law will members and many other officials winners. 1
go :Cutchln, U. S. Marine Corps;
further to protect the Innocent and others interested in :
one daughter, Mrs. Linda Smith, 7
against false charges than it public safety willreceive copies Pensacola; four brothers, Willis -

would to ferret out offenders.' of the AAA program and will be COUNTY BUSINESSES GROS' and Rudell Cutchin, Marl- SENATOR GEORGE TAPPER, PORT ST. JOE, THIRD FROM LEFT, DISCUSSES LEGISLATION WITH
urged to the
push in
The Commissioner said "all proposals anna Mrs. Isabell Murrow SENATOR M. P. BARBER VERO SENATOR WILSON
the Legislature,, which 1570 THOUSAND IN 1963 ; Miami BEACH; CARRAWAY TALLAHASSEE; AND
too often hear read wherea begins

citizen involved in an accidentIs April 6. Wakulla County's 20 service establishments Mrs. Annie Hagen, Pensacola;
believed to be program is designedfor
mistakenly had total receipts and one grandchild.

drinking, when the fact is that the purpose of making motoring of$570 thousand in 1963, an increase -

he maybe suffering from shock In Florida, "safer, more Ise
of 141 percent from .3 ,, r s
pleasant and less JAWS. E. EVANS sty
from some seizure, epilepsy, ora costly. 1958. According to a report of

similar condition. Lawmakers are urged not to the 1963 census of business just
Sopchoppy Graveside services
"Through use of the chemicaltest increase taxes on motorists, to I
released by the Bureau of the were conducted at 2,00 M
take traffic v0'I
that person's actual condition courts throughoutthe Census U. S. Department of
P. M. Thursday, April 8 for
state off the fee ,
would be learned and system, to
Commerce. The last previous James Everett Evans, 45yearold -
eliminate fees
prompt treatment could b. given" paid ConstablesIn
census of business covered operations employee of the State Road
traffic I
cases, to reject com-
during 1958. Department who died at his i
pulsory vehicle
Commissioner Williams said periodic motor
The service trades in the census home here.
'we have received a great response Inspection legislation unless the of business included those
The final rites were scheduledat
to our stand inspection is done by the Department -
favoring -
passage providing personal services to
the West Cemetery
Sopchoppy ;
of an implied consent law of Safety. Individuals miscellaneous business : t ii
; with the Rev. Emmett
which In essence provides that Other planks call for reason- and
services; auto repair Whaley officiating Gravesideriteswereconductedbythe -
any driver in Florida would have able billboard regulation, for other auto services; and other Am-
implied his or her consent to the marking of patrol cars, to repair services. Also Includedwere
erican Legion Post of Crawford
take a chemical test where requested oppose any effort to establish motion
picture productionenddistribufiionbusinesses
ville. J. A. Culley and Sons
by an enforcement offi- mandatory reexamination -
; motion Funeral Horn in
was charge.
cer, as a pre-requiiute for issuance bated on numerical age theatres other
picture ; am- Evans and life-
was a native
of his or her license. alone, to prohibit the operationof f ,
usement and anon services .
rerpe; ; long resident of Wakulla County Ru,
"Even then the driver can refuse motor scooters and motorized and hotels and jnotels. r
and a veteran of World War
to take such a test, with; bicycles by restricted opera- The selected service trade establishments s 'A

the result the license would be tors during the night time ours, In the county em- II.He .
is survived his widow
The AAA by %
automatically revoked. pleadsfor
ployed 58 (exclusive of
persons Mrs.
Dorothy Evans two
The Commissioner pointed out the legislators to stop diversion
proprietors) and had a payroll James A. and Jennings Lee Evans '
that the proposed bill allows of motorist-paid taxes to
a Km the year of $106 thousand. I
choice of several of increase the size of the Florida Sopchoppy) two daughters
types proven I l.e state as a whole Included Mrs. Julia Lee Denmarkand i'' t?.
tests, and that the person tobe Highway Patrol, to oppose legislation 39,491 establishments with receipts Miss Betty Lou Evans Sop fr

tested can request that his or making seat belts anandat of $J,492. 1 million. ,
her own physician give the test choppy. 1 t
The Bureau of the Census reports I
or be present while it is being The 1965 program also urges selected o 0 services, Florida ,
given. legislation to prohibit the tampering 1963 Census of Business, MRS. MINNIE C. FRIED CHICKEN WAS ENJOYED BY ALL WHO ATTENDED LEGISLATIVE DAY AT THE SHERIFF'S
Williams said the Implied consent with speedometers on any from which these data are taken BOYS RANCH LAST SATURDAY AMONG THOSE FROM THE COUNTY THERE WEREi MRS.

measure has been adoptedin vehicle offered for sale for the maybe purchasedfrom the Superintendent Minnie C. Revell, 82, ERNEST RODDENBERRY, REP. ERNEST RODDENBERRY, JUDGE GEORGE HARPER, SEATED.

other states, and that it has purpose of deceiving any purchaser of Documents, wife Henry Clay Revell, STANDING FROM LEFT, HAROLD BLANTON, SHERIFF W. R. BILL TAFF, DAVID RODDENBERRY
been affirmed on several occa- or prospective purchaser. Washington D. C. 20402 and
West Tharpe Street, died April
sions as constitutional.The The proposal to pass legislation at U. S. Dept. of Commerce 8th at Tallahassee Memorial 4-H COUNCIL HOLDS
Commissioner said he is to absolve from doc- SOPCHOPPY SPRING
liability a Field Offices for .55..
Hospital following a short ill- COUNTY EVENTS DAY
"a firm believer in the Consti- tor or anyone else who In goodfaithiendenemergencyfirst ness. FESTIVAL SET FOR

tutional Rights of every American aid She was born in Hosford and Monday evening, in the Crawford Mn. Anita S. Townsend,
-- and that belief extendsto at the scene of an automobile APRIL< 23RD
had lived in Tallahassee about I villa High School auditorium P. H.N., attended a two days
the careful, sober, Innocent, accident likewise has the support BAKE SALE I
18 the Wakulla 4-H at Sunland
driver and pedestrian who wee of the Three A's.The RAISES FUNDSThe years. I The Sopchoppy PTA annual I, County orientation course
Surviving in addition to the will be held Council held its first County E- Training Center at Marianna on
our streets and highways in AAA Conference backs Spring Festival
pursuit husband are a son, Barney Rev- vents Day program. April 7 and 8, 1965.
of livelihood 23rd at the SopchoppyHigh
a and happiness development. of scenic highwaysin Crawfordville Band Boost- April
ell of Miller of Mr. and when the
Gainesville; six daughters, will Danny son Mrs. Townsend states
this scenic state andurge.;a ers held a bake sale last Satur- School. Events beginat
He declared that the tragedy beautification of the highways.It day for the uniform fund. Mrs. Albert Reynolds and Mrs. sundown with a fish supper. Mrs. Buck Miller, was the win- school ee29ra ,
C. C. Clemons of Tallahassee ner in the Public Speaking event the residents I residents
of the drunk driver is that he also suggests that cars used Mrs. Virginia Kelghtley, who Following this will be games,
Mrs. Emmett of Craw- and will Wakulla number 400. Much
hurts others who are helpless forhlgh school driver educationbe was In charge of the sale reports Whaley contests, fish ponds, the cake represent now
fordville, Mrs. Ted Roberts of County in Tallahassee on April has been done throughout the
before him. We must re member allowed to use "x" tags. that $44.00 was made. walk and cake sale. Highlighting -
24 4-H District III Events in -
at Institution vocational
Sopchoppy Mrs Berlie especially
that probably half the 1,500 An important item In legislative She wishes to thank all of those Howeof the evening will be the cor-
Tampa and Mrs. Ed Day. John and Donald Taylor and curriculum
Parks of pr0-
Floridians who were killed in program calls for legislation who helped make the sale a onation of'the King and Queen ,
Ala 21 sons of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Tay- Social Service Depart-
J gram.
traffic accidents last year were to prohibit the sale of any success and a special thanks to and their court.
children 20 lors the Pub- and Volunteer Service
; greatgrandchildren were runner-uplln ment
In the right. They were innocent new cars in Florida which do not Mike Head, Selena Smith, Janet The candidates for the KingandQueencontests
and a sister Mrs. lic Speaking event. does much toward seeing that
of wrongdoing have dual "fail-safe" basking Nazworth and arei 12th
yet they or Creg Kelght-
Holmes of Lake City. The Electric Program was bro- each child has some type of
are dead. systems as standard equip- lefor their work at the bake Grade (Miss Smith), Sharon
Funeral arrangements were in ken down into two divisions, outside sponsorship. Some par-
"And sale
in far too instances ment. White and Ray Graham;
alcohol many charge of Culley and Sons Fun- one being Reading Lamps built ents continue a very close asso

tor in their was a contributing" fac- eral Home. Grade (Mrs. Welch), Audrey by Senior 4-H members (mem- ciation with their child, but If
death. and Mike Falk 10th
I Taylor ;
bers 14 and older), and this does not happen, social service -
Williams said a from the Grade Mr, Wanda Cox
report EDWIN ( Payne),
TALENT SHOW Reading Lamps by Junior has three different plans
Metropolitan Dade County Coroner' CLYDE L. MORRISONSpchoppy (boy not selected as yet); 10th
members.In sponsonhlpi ((1)) Individual, ((2))
.office for WINNERS HERE
one Grade Scott
recent year Funeral services were held at (Mr. ), Trudy the Senior Division Frankie Adoption, and ((3)) Cottage.
disclosed that 50 percent of the 2OOP.M. Funeral services by (boy not selected as yet).
Sunday for Edwin I Rabenau, son of Mr. and Mrs. I would be happy' to discuss
Last night's Talent held
traffic Friday Show
fatalities involving a (Bud) Martin 5J were Saturday for Clyde L. Candidates for Duke and Duchess -
-yearoldnoveltywhole.a1er Frank Rabenau of Wakulla, received them with that is Inter-
sponsored by the Senior Class Morrison. Sr.
single vehicle or pedestrians, 71-year-old resident ores 9th Grade (Mrs. Har-
died first honors with We fortunate to
place a ested. are
was entertaining for those who of Sopchoppy who died very
havealcoholintheaystemofthe rell Linda and Thur-
Wednesday April ), Pigott
at Talla- attended. beautiful lampconstructed froman have the institution in North-
per hassee Memorial Thursday at Tallahassee Memorial m a n Roddenberry) 8th grade
Hospital.The old Frankie'slamp and wish that
pitcher west
son who was killed.He final rites Winners of the Senior Division Hospital, following an extended (Mr. Barfield), Starr Rudd and pump. every
were conducted
will school.
represent Wakulla in citizen could visit the
wens First Place
would not speculate Sylvia Porter Illness. 7th Grade
as tc from the Crawfordville Metho- Columbus White;
the District the 24th.
the percentage of other fatalities Second Place Wayne The services were conducted Nichols on
dist Church with the Rev. Jesse (Mr. Deese), Carolyn
I Strickland. George (Trigger) Ladd, son of
in which at3DOPM. from the
was a contributing U Biker officiating. Burial Sopchop- and Tom Taylor) 7th Grade
Mr. and Mrs. George Ladd of St.
factor that remalne Winners of the Junior Division Py Methodist Church, with the Anita Whet-
followed in Aaran (Mrs. Johnston),
Cemetery Marks first in the
placed Junior
undetected, but he said "this under direction of J. A. Culley welts First Place, Gloria Thomas Rev. Jesse L. Baker and the stone and Bruce Avila. Division., Allen Hobbs of SENATOR TAPPER'S
SO* ; Second Place to trio David son
figure extended statewide and Sons Funeral Home. a Rev. Luther R. Stokes offlclatng. The candidates for Prince anc
Mr. and Alex
Mrs. Hobbs and
simply points out that 750 Graveside services Miller Vernon Martin, ant Burial followed in West Princess contests ares 6th Grade COMMITTEE WORK
were conducted Allison Council son of Mr. and
alive KeigLttley.CORRECTION ,
ridians Greg .
might very well be the Ashmore Masonic : Sopchoppy.A (Mrs. Strickland), Shirley Crum
today had Mrs. Ernest Council, all of St.Marks Senator George Tapper of the
drinking and driving 102 native of Wakulla County, and Ronald Kilgore 5-6 Grade
Lodge of Sopchoppy of ;
not been were runnerups.Mr. 5th District reported today
combined he had resided
into in
one lethal which Sopchoppymost Mrs. Wasilewskl), Beth Kyle
Martin (
was a member. Cliff Harper, Adult 4-H committee assignments for the
of his life.
Serving as pallbearers were and Delbert Roberts; 5th Grade Leader for the Crawfordville 1965 session.Senator .
Pearce Gilbert He is survived by his widow, Miss Turner) Esther Nichols
Moody Langs- ( Community 4-H Club, was Tapper is chairman of
ton, A. L. Porter Albert Moore, The Honor Roll In March 25th Mrs. Ethel Rouse Morrison, Sop- and Jimmy Kilgore; 4th Grade speaking Coach for all three the Committee on County Organizations

4-H COUNCIL MEETING ''ohrf Daniels anti Elmer Oliver.. Issue listed Barbara Jernigan or choppy"]one Sohoppy son; Clyde L. Mor (Mrs. Defore), Helen Rousseyand contestants In Public Speaking. Vice Chairman of

Survivors are his wife, Mrs. the A-B Honor Roll. It shook rim, Jr., ; one dau- David Carrawayi; 3rd Grade Mr. Frank Rabenau, I.ocalElec- Committee on Salt Water Conservation

Friday, April 9th, there was a Betty Lee Martin; mother, Mrs. have been on the AU A Hono ghter-In-law, Mrs. Marguerite (Mr. Dean) Cassie Porter and tric Leader for the St. Marks Member of the followings -
Morrison Tallahassee two brothers Bob Nichols 3rd Grade Mrs
county council officers Roll. ; ; (
meeting Dorothy McClusky, St. Louis 4-H Club advisor and Parks Motor
; Archie C. Morrison andames Simmons Dawn and was to the Forestry ,
at the Courthouse in Crawford- ), Roussey
listen Mrs. Clarice Fults of
I Reading Lamp contestants. Vehicles, Privileges and Elections -
N. Morrison
ville. The officers Sopchoppy; Wayman Brlnson; 2nd Grade
elected Louis and Mrs. Flum-
Dorothy Winners selected at the District Public Health A Public
were John President one sister, Mrs. Florida Morri (Mrs. Boone), Tawanda Bowen ,
; mer of SG Marks. III Events Day program will Roads and Highways Public Utilities -
Don son Roberts, Sopchoppy) several and Danny Brinson; 2nd Grade ,
Taylor Vice
President Martin also member of
was a
; this district 4-
represent during Resolutions and Memorials -
nieces and nephews. and ,
Mrs. Melinda Evans
( Ray)
Mary Clover, Secretary and the Scottish Rite Bodies of Tal- H Conference which will beheld
Rules and Calendar.He .
The body lay in state in the Mac 1st Grade (Mrs ,
Treasurer Kemp
Selena ;
Smith Coun- ahassee and member of the BAND BOOSTERS
cil Delegate Frankie a MEETING Methodist Church from 1:00 P.M. Rhoden), Jo Ann Revell and at the University of Florida in said that his heavy com-
; Rabenau Order of Eastern Star.
Gainesville 1418.
until time for the services. Denton Bowen 1st Grade (Mrs. on June mittee assignments will keep
Recreation leader and There will be Band Boosters ;
; George Council President
Ladd, Reporter. meeting Tuesday night, April Pallbearers were nephews of ..ledeblIu) White and ]oeMathl. Council Delegate John Selena Taylorand him lion.very busy during the ses

There was I discussion about 20th. at eight o'clock In the Mr. Morrisoni Harry, Clarence, ..
Smith will be
delegates representing Senator noted that the
the District Band Room. and Graham Morrison, Laurie Proceeds from the festival are
be held Meeting which will READ THE NEWSIIITOUR Roberts, and Jimmy and Billy used to purchase Wakulla County 4-H committees he is serving on
Tallahassee on parent is urged to District III Council
24tn. May 1:7.band KIrkland. J. A. Culley and mentforthe Sopchoppy Schooht.. during meet- hold the Interest of all of the!

HAVE'S IN IT SOHEf HtRI Sons Funeral Home was in Ing In Tallahassee and during citizens of his District.
a- 4-H Conference at Gainesville.
charge of arrangement


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.wa- The Wakulla County School The Wakulla County School TOE GENERAL FUND

Board met in special called Board Meeting was called to order April 5, 1965 IN
WAKULLA meeting for the purpose of considering by Vie chairman with the Willard Carter $179.32S
a recommendation to following members present Mr. Ralph Strickland 188.00;
COUNTY NEWS consolidate the Crawiordville Paullc Mr. Ptoey, Mr. Strick- George Young 184.75; William BUSINESS EDUCATIONTO

and Sopchoppy High Schools.MembeMpreaentwereMr. land and Mr. Roddenbeny. Ab- D. Walker 184.75; John
Trillion. WAInvl1311 WANTED Rod- ousts Mr. Crum. Davis 200.00; Moody Pearce, I BEGIN APRIL 12 1965
denberry, Mr. Posey. Mr. Paulk seconded Ferrell Jr., ,
MALE OR FEMALE : Moved by Mr. Paulk 400.00; EmmettC. ,
Man or woman wanted to supply and Mr. Strickland. Absents by Mr. Strickland, that the 351.21 J. M. Owin 382.28; ..
Mr. Crum. minute be approved. read. Newman Harper, 188.00; Sher-
Rawleigh products to consume .. March 12fJO
: ,
,VIral.la K.IOthy. .., ,BdlUiPobll.her> ri in Franklin County or A recommendation was submitted Voting for the motion Mr. vl Ferrell, 169.75;Margaret W. Ualsrratlon A.M. 4:00 P.M. .
Taylor County. Good time to by Superintendent Wha- Posey Mr. Paulk Mr. Rodden- High 169.75; Johnle Umbaugh, to
ley that the Crawfordville and berry and Mr. Strickland. 184.15 Lois P. Willis 184.75; .
Ford Kflghtley \ start. No capital required. SeeD ; Days ,Monday through Friday
C. Thrash, 1422 N. Blvd. : Sopchoppy High Schools grades Moved by Mr. Paulk seconded J. H. Hudson 94.00; Dorothy
KnUrvd .t Cravfordvilto Florida Tallahassee, or write Rawleigh I 8 or 9 thru 12, (this being con- by Mr. Posey, that Miss Doris E. Nazwrorth, 87.37; W. May Lengths 9 wttki (April 12 Juno 11))
FA D 220 815, Memphis, Tenn. tingent upon State Departmentof Marie Jones be employed as Walker 4.62'Hugh M. Taylor
M Mcond char! matter. Subwrip' 6tp48.22.29,56.20.27.REAL Education Recommendations) girls Physical Education and 4.62; Ben C. Willis, 4.62 ;

tionraU; $3.00 per ytar. be consolidated. The consolidated Science Teacher for Shadeville Cuyte P. McCord, Jr., 4.62; Subject Time
high school is to be locat- High School for the remainderof William Hopkins, 6.16Har-;

ed In Medart and to be known as the 1964-65 school year. ry Morrison 4.62lvey; C. Cox, Bookkeeping* _.___..... 8.309:2S:
Wakulla County High Voting for the motion* Mr. 5.55; Helen Bosenberg, 12.95;
ESTATE School. Posey Mr. Paulk, Mr. Rodden- R. W. Ervln, III, 25.00; U. R. Bookkeeping* m _...__._..._... 9:35-10:30:
Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded berry and Mr. Strickland. 120.77 N. S. Brown,
Homes Acreage by Mr. Paulk that the Movedby Mr. Strickland seconded Lawhon 120.77; George; L. Harper, Bookkeeping* .._.........__ 10:40-11:35 '

Waterfront lots recommendation intendent be of the Super- by Mr. Posey that Mrs. 550.00; Mrs. George Nesmith, Bookkeeping* .?.. -................_ 2:153:10
accepted. Edna Libert be granted personal 100.00; Jimmie B. Dykes, 60.-
HENRY WILLIAMS Voting for the motion, Mr. leave for the month of October, 00; L. D. Taylor 323.33; RayE. ; English, Business Beginning ._ 8 JO- 9:25
F! REALTY BROKER Strickland Mr. Posey, and Mr. 1965. Green, Compt., 185.47; ;,
O O J ra Phone 741 P. O. Box 275 Paulk. Not voting Mr. Rod- Voting for the motion! Mr. OAS Fund 107.36; American English, Business Advanced ?..__ '2:153:10 I
Marks Florida denberry. Posey Mr. Paulk, Mr. Rodden- Ins. 35.42 Wlthold-
St. I Movedby Mr. Paulk, seconded berry and Mr. Strickland. Heritage ing Tax A/C,, 134.85; ; Moody Filing ....___.._._......_. 1:152:10 I

Attorney by Mr. Posey Mr. Tucker, that the, be Board Instructed Moved by Mr.by Mr.Posey Paulk that, seconded the- Pearce c., Coop.Clerk,220.1.10 00;;Wakulla TalqunEle Key Punch* ............_.........M.... .. 8:30-12:30 '

to draw a resolution School lunch Federal Reimbursement County News, 38.40; C. L.Rehwinkel Math, Business ..........._.........._.. 1:152:10
'- -- asking our Representative Mr.
Agreements be signedby 7.29 Union Elec.
FOR SALEi Good Mule ;
If You Need. low. Call Charlie Tucker, duce Ernest a Roddenbeny.bill In the Mate to legis-Intro- the Board Chairman and Superintendent Sup. Co., 57.00; Florida Power j Office Practice ............_......__. 10:40-11:35

Office-Supplies Walnut 63251.IN lature providing for a bond issue I proper authorities.and returned to the Corp.Service, ,148.48 17.55;;McGowan Tully's Motor Elec. Office Practice ............._.............. 11:40-12:35 I

Business Machines nated to high finance school.the newly desig- I Voting for the motion Mr. Sup. Co. 390.31; Moody Shorthand, Beginning .............__...,. 11:40-12:35 I
e Office Furniture Moved by Mr. seconded Posey, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Rodden- Pearce, Clerk 114.50; George I
SM or Call by Mr. Paulk that the Board- beny and Mr. Strickland. Young 45.ooj Capital Office Shorthand, Intermediate -...- 8:30-10:30 I
Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded Equip. Co., 19.75 Fla. State
RANEY WHALEYat COUNTY JUDGE, WAKULLA adjourn.Mr. by Mr. Paulk that the bid Ass' of Super., 25.00; ; Fla. Shorthand, Advanced ....-........... 8:30-10:30: :
COUNTY, FLORIDA.IN S. E. Roddenbeny, for Science Laboratory Equipment I Microfilm 54.50 I
PROBATE Chairman.Mr. for Crawfordville High Corp. ; Bowen Transcription, Beginning .._...... 11:40-12:35 I I
Supply Co. 204.53; H. & W. .
CAPITAL OFFICE IN IU. ESTATE OFWolfgang William E. Whaley, School be awarded to Universal B. Drew Co., 152.11; Gen. Office Transcription, Intermediate ...._..?, 1:1S2:10
EQUIPMENT CO. Olsen Superintendent.DID Seating Company as the lowest Equip. Co., 19.22; Gen.

31* South Ad. uSt. Deceased.TO and best bid. Office Equip. Co. 9.37; Transcription, Advanced ................ 9:35-10:30 I
Corner E. PeniacoUTALLAHASSEE. ALL CREDITORS AND Voting for the motion Mr. George L. Harper Judge, 10.-
FLORIDA PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Posey Mr. Paulk Mr. Strick- 00; Southeastern Tel. Co. 18.- Transcription, Advanced ....._.....: 1:102:10 :
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE YOU KNOW?? land and Mr. Roddenberry. 82
The bidders were as follows! ; Capital Office Equip. Co., Typewriting, Beginning .................. 8:30-10:30 i
West Co.
Florida ranks In the lower 20% ; I
You and each of you are hereby of the nation In total state and Name of Bidder Royal School 32.00; Bobby C. Posey 15.00; Typewriting, Intermediate ............. 10:40-12:35
notified and required to pre- expenditure for public Laboratories, Inc., Base Bid Fla. Power Corp., 37.23; Bruce
sent any claims and demands county education as a percentage of total 7505.00, Alternate $444.00, Boydston, 53.00; Board of Co. Typewriting, Advanced .................. 10:40-12:35 I
.- which either of Bid Bond, Yes; Universal Seat- Comm. Void W. S.
you, or you, Florida is ; Schley,
may have against the estate of expenditure.by 40 states and is exceeded In ing Co. Base Bid $7,105.49 211.23; Annie Gray 150.00; Typewriting, (Individual Levels) .... 9:35-10:30 i

rI Wolfgang Olsen, deceased, late the lower 10 states. Alternate $350.00 Bid Bond, Ann Moore, 19.00; A. W. Mc-
Typewriting (Individual Levels) ...... 2:153:10
Yes Name of Bidder Standard
of laid County to the County total of 62% of Florida prin- ; Kende, 147.91; W. P. McKenzie -
Judge of Wakulla County, Florida -. "difficulty" to School Service, Base Bid $8,- 169.84; E. T. Robert, I
cipals reported
at his office in the court some degree In employing teachers 994.53; Bid Bond, Yes; Nameof 47.04G.; C. Roberts, 133.80/ .'. Teuf hi M .MlvUutl heels, iMtth d.p.d. .. wud.et'e.ww.Hlity.
house of said County at Craw- for the 1964-65 school Bidder,. Don Myers C Associates J. K. Smith, 31.78; Ray E. I
ford ville within six Base Bid 7567.15, Bid Green 42.43
Florida Twenty.four percent re- Compt., ; OASI
year. I
calendar months from the time "much and Bond, Yes.Moved Fund, 38.45; O. I. Gramlmg G Note Seh,4IIy" fer .JtIe..1 ...- In the following
ported difficulty" Mr. Posey seconded iubj.cts .b. .bbl.;. ... m. the
of the first publication of this 38% "some by Co., 59.86; J. E. Lawhon, My Ktjulr: :
reported difficulty"
notice. Two copies of each 1964 57%of by Mr. Paulk, that the Sup- Void; Fine t Forefeiture, 3- AcMtmlf iubtcN| tM ,lHf to High Se...... 4 During only qualIfied -
claim or demand shall be in teacher, erintendent ask for bids on the 000.00; Moody Pearce, Clerk, end Airfram. Mechtiilca, ....... .. Mtckeiiici. C bm tMilibif
writing I and shall state the graduates accepted Army Surplus Trailer located at Carpentry, CMmotolotr. Dthi Prwmbif, Dnftinf,
place of residence and post office teaching positions In Florida. the Bus Shop. The trailer to be 74.50.ROAD the ylixy. lleetN..lel, PnctkeJ Nuniiif. Smell ftiiolm. Inf m.
_. -- Only 1,717 of 3,004 qualified C BRIDGE FUNDC. Mech..ica..
--- address of the claimant, sold to the highest bidder.
graduates accepted positions as Voting for the motion Mr. W. Pelt, 137.72; J. C.
LEON SEPTIC and ha 11 be sworn to by the
TANK teachers in 1964.
Harvey 138.32 W. No Tuition for Florida StudentsA
W. Oaks
claimant, his his attorn- Posey, Mr. Paulk Mr. Strick- ; ,
SERVICE' agent Florida ranks 36th In estimated land, and Mr. Roddenbeny. 128.92; Carlton Harvey, 138.- Part of Leon County School System I
eyand accompanied by a filing
"current expenditure per pupil 32? R. R.
fee of one dollar and such claimor Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded Nichols 126.88; A.
Clean Ol tRepair demand not so filed shall be In ADA for 1964-65 or $403 per by Mr. Strickland that the B. Spears, 115.27; C. W. Allen For additional information call or visit
void. pupil-as-compared to $790 for school calendar as presented by 115.27; Cajer Posey, 115.-
New Installation New York (the highest) and the calendar committee be approved 27; Louie Posey 121. 72; Homer .
The Tallahassee Bank and $483'asZhe national LIVELY TECHNICAL SCHOOLCorner
average. 104.97
The Best as presented. Canawav, ; Erie Wallace -
For Trust
Florida has below
dropped $80.00 Voting for the motion Mr. 115.65; C. Mathers.
Byi Ill James B. David, Jr. National of Duval end Park Avenue
the Ex-
Assistant Trust Officer Average Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Strick- 115.27; Melton Cray, 115.27;
Telephone as
penditure. ; land and Mr. Roddenberry. Coy Sanders 115.27; Ray E. Tallahassee, Florida I
Administrator of the Estate of
Tallahassee! Only two small counties in Green
877.1773 Moved by Mr. Paulk seconded Compt., 154.42; OASI
after 6:00: pm Wolfgang Olsen, deceased. Florida with proportionate heavy by Mr. Strickland that the F\U1d. 139.96; American Heritage Dial: 2228266NOTICE
Jig 8,15.22. overload of administrative expense bids Ins. 9.00 H. T. Adams
on Surplus trucks and buses ; ---,
ranked above the national be sold to the highest bidder in 458.50; Rainey Cawthon's Inc. ,
average in "Expenditure per each instance. 6.50; H. G W. Co., 69.40;
pupil in ADA" for 196364. Voting for the motion Mr. State Tractor Equip.. C-fc, .
They are Charlotte and lafay- Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Strick- 440.23; Standard Oil Company,
ette with $518.98 and $483.61 land, Mr. Roddenbeny. 282.44; Leon Auto Marine
CURE'SEARLY expenditures. Sixty-five Flori- Ser. 4.90 SPECIALS FRUAT, MON. AND TU>IYT.
Dees Barber ShopFOUR The bids were as follows: ; Jones Auto Electric,
I da counties are still below the Truck #3 Chevrolet Pickups 11.08; Wakulla Pharmacy 1.-
I national average in expenditureper J. H. Hudson $138.79; Amos 66; Holley, Inc., 9.84; fully's
SBO P : POINTS pupil. Langston, $131.00; Gary Council Motor Service, 2.04; Seabrook

$152.00; Morris Eubanks Machinery Inc., 28.80; ClintonPigott'sGarage FRYERS, grade "A", lb. 29c
II" BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 $161.00; WillisCorage, $87.- 167.01;
AMERICAN 50; Ralph Pigott, $231.76; Vulcan Materials Co., 308.04; 69c
TRENCH PROVINCIAL OPEN TIL! CARD OF THANKSWe Carlton Willis, $75.00. J. H. Dowling G Son, 588.17; T-BONE STEAK, lb. .

VICTORIAN 8:00 P. M. FRIDAYS Pickup framesCarlton Talquin Electric Coop., 7.15;
FURNITURE would like to thank our Willis $10.00; C. J. E. Lawhon, 299.50; Moody Ib.
many friends and neighbors for O. Willis, $12.50; S. W. Re- Pearce Clerk, 3.00; R. P. McKenzie Country Smoked SAUSAGE, 59c

Phone 385-1222 GRADY WITFIELO their many kind deeds shown us vell, $26.26; Gary Council, 22.05.

1901 N. Monroe St. during our recent bereavement. $17.00; Ralph Piggott $18.35. FINE G FORFEITURE FUNDJ. HAM Center Slices . 89c
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA May each of you. : H. Hudson, 150.00; Lula
COOK. Owner The E. B. "Bud" CarCouncil, $42.00; G. O. Howard 3.10; James Givlns,
Willis $100.00 Farm MILK 3
Martin Family $125.00 ; Carlton Willis 3.10; John Poole, 3.10; Josephine Spring Evap. ,
;; Ralph Pigott, Allen, 4.00; Mildred

$62.25. Codbolt 4.00; Ethel Skipper Bama MAYONNAISE qt. 49c
Bux #22i 4.00; Elbert Allen 4.00; Tho- ,
C. O. Willis, $135.00; Ralph mas Bruce Rosier, 4.00; Phillip
TalUham BosiiMM Firm Pigott, $85.50; Carlton Willis, Lewis Andrews 4.00; Ernest Lindy Cream Style CORN 2 for 29c

$100.00; Mrs. Betty Palmer, Andrews,' 4.00; Frankie Miller

$261.10. 4.00;Horace Bell, 4.00; C. K. SWEET POTATOES 2 fbs.2Sc
DIRECTORYem Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded Green, 4.00; Jasper Thomas, ,
by Mr. Strickland that bills
3.10 Cullen Rollins 3.10
; ; Jonah TEA
be paid as presented. Gavin, 3.10; Lellla Webster AMERICAN ACE 4 OL Glass 49c
Voting for the motion Mr. 3.10 Ruby Wilson 3.10
'". n.. Advertiser Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Rodden ; BANANAS
bony and Mr. Strickland. Annie Mae Bell Gavin, 4.50; Ossie . .2 Ibs. 2Sc
Allen, 4.50; James Allen
Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded 4.50 Susie
; Allen 4.50 Lora METCALF FROZEN
by Mr. Posey that the meet- Bradham, 4.50; Leo Gavin
F R M Ing adjourn. 4.50; Beatrice Timmons, 3.10
r +t Little Folks Store, O. I. GRAMLING Voting for the motion Mr. H1111 I l Webster, 3.10; Willie; SHRIMP .BREADED 20 OZ.
IM. Paulk, Mr. Posey Mr. Strick- 1.29
Lee Sapp, 3. 10;Willie B. Tim-
FEEDS Oapital'abaton land and ,
for Minor*" & CO. Roddenberry. mons, 3.10; Marie Webster IIE&DED'
CAiUrm' furniture, 'I'OP. 3.10; Raymond Plummer, 4.00;
Gumtt. Hobbies 08U i Service for Laicenla Ross, 3.10; John H. SHRIMP 14 dZ. .
Flint RJver Mills Baby XaeMMfiM i FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry Roberts, 5.50; Francis H. Watt, 991-
For festive
133 N. Monroe a Easter breakfast CAB
St. Ph. 222-1146
1011 S. Yuma J>fc. S21.02T4 dleh M.D., 75.00; J. A. Culley G
------- -- prepare Individual pastry
Supplies Khelli and fill with a colorful Sons 30.00; Came G Fresh Water -
Garden ToolsS4.AdomMlSJt.LJUl. not aauo'e. Stir lIked ripe ollvea lomm. 29.85; Moody STICKS > OZ. 49C
and pimiento! Into creamed eyrie Pearce, Clerk, 285.80; W. R.
SUBER Tall Sheriff 373750. BREADED '
& JOHNSON CrowlmfPhone
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Snda-r.rtUi| _lUbr Chicks 223-0173 OYSTERS 7 OZ. 49t
LISAS Wtifkt sad Regular Cor. Galnta FISH ROE
t'_":. filotki w' Tel.and 222.5960BakerAlford Woodward St. 11b., Pc.

Hanson, Wood and. fllI"1 F.n

Hod lad; Inc. Stone CRAB in box-
3. Adam St. at 4-Polnti WE NOW
M. 222-M40 P. O. Bo Ml SlneeltOS (3.t. A ....) HAVE A FULL LINE OF

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2.00: PM 1:00 rM

Yeatvr "'I'N Plre. Hwo" C_,...., Wtrkff AU 1'"... ( T.*... ,.u) LOCALLY AND SAVE

Anything for your aato. truck SOS W. CthMe 8t-T.L tt-07H' (N. Trip WtfMtfar Ill TlMMiy)
lac.goner. or tnetor. Also for roar poworUwnmow.r .Walter 7. ...... Her. FISHING ..
and much for your ':00 AM 11:0 feM SUPPLIES &
botL.. IN PM SiM 'M
... eIt4 Bftdt 2M N. Adams St. Ph.m-SM EARTHWORMS

tU 8. Adaaa'81-Tel. 222-46M HIDAY ONLY .

J I 6:15 pm 7:15 m.I PIGOTT'S MEIART STORE.

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r t CANCER INFORMATION Newly 185,000 Ae.ri ana will Tha American Cancer Society 'wAQhat eotnmTTOM9AI. '-- r., I

I be saved from death from cancer hat found that leraeiea and bequests APRIL I!, '1"sf
:irh Whenever we are faced with this ,..... The American Cancer I to the Society hare become
: the grim fact of cancer Society says that asset of them an Important factor In He
through the death of a loved will k. sad became their out- three-pronged flcht against _D- 'Ii I II
.emc. or the long linen of a .... were detected early and 'ear through reeearch, education I I./
friend, or even our own strug- treated promptly. and ferric to eaaeer patienta. t .rI I I
gle with the dread disease we ) .1'/J: /
inevitably sole "Whenwill J

( they1 find a haven't cure for yet cancerl""They" found a The Case for Mississippi, Alabama, and the South I

0l magic cure-all for cancer, but
"they" have already discovered 0 Mississippi! Alabama, and other states of the Deep South have been reviled for

to many different ways to fight more than a century by holier-than-thou fanatics. In the civil rights troubles of
the disease that there 1-
are recent this "Hate the South" has reached with the
300,000 Americans alive today years, campaign a crescendo, area
who have been cured "They'can represented as a lawless land where hate and fear stalk hand in hand. Everywherehe

l now lave one out of every looks--be it in the press, on television, in books, in movies-the white Southerner
three cancer patients and are
working toward a realistic goalof sees himself libeled, lied about, and dragged through the mud of vindictive mis

saving one out of two. representation.Ever .

But "they" haven't done all since we have had a nation, the North and East have been infested with a
this alone. They have had help.
Your help. surplus of self-righteous folks with a Messiah complex. They say: "Look at me. Sec

1. This is Crusade against Can- how pure I am. Why can't you be like me?" Forthwith, they set out to save the -
cer month. At this time in
particular, the American Can-, world-in fact, to remake it in their own image. But many people don't like the ,

cer Society asks you to get to image-and refuse to be recast by it.

_\' know the Seven Danger Signals This is the crime of the people of Mississippi--and Alabama-and the South. '
of cancer and, If you should !
ORGANIZATION OF A PANACEA BOY SCOUT TROOP have one that persists more than They don't want to be recast in someone else's image. They don't regard themselvesas
Panacea met Wednesday night at the church and completed- the hdemben of the Firrt Ba port church of two weeks go to your doctor.In any better or any worse than people in other parts of the nation.

The Simmons organizational, the Rev.committee A. V. Pickers of the, pastor church William sponsoring the Troup organization are Front row program- Ottis for Vause the Troup., J. S. its early localized stages in, one cancer area is and usually There is much in the South that needs to be changed. We have all the unlovely

William B. Witt and Earl Vaure. Griffin, Scout Executive. Rear George Byrd, grows painlessly. If detectedand traits of people everywhere. But the good people of the South-a section chockfulof

treated be fore it spreads, fine folks of kindness and good will-despise lawlessness and murder. Yet'they
cancer can often be cured.
CRAWFORDVILLE COUNTY RACE TRACK/ PANACEA SCOUTS/ WILL/ For example, three out of four have never been able to understand why a murder in Mississippi is any more heinous
fUNDS patients with cancer of the colon than one in New York's Harlem or Chicago's South Side. Murder for any reason is
rectum can be cured if crime. And is Alabama murder racial conflict
a despicable an inspired by any more
'SUN t FUN'PanaceaMembers diagnosed and treated promptly.That .
and Mrs. Bill Merryman Ray E. Green said Comptroller i today- Is why you should have a damnable than murder resulting from a labor dispute in Pennsylvania? Every good

and daughter, Debbie from checks for $58,000 are being of die simple proctoscopic examina- person is against murder no matter why and where it happens.
Nashville, Tenn. left yesterday Panacea Sea Scout Ship 130 tion once a of
mailed! to each of the 67 year as part a regular -
counties Moreover when Southern hear their states condemned lawless land
after spending several days as their share of the have agreed to participate with health checkup little people as a
with Mrs. Menyman's parents, race track tax fund distribution.The April. the Wakulla County Chamber of enough for you to do if "they"are they wonder where their critics are getting their crime statistics. Of crime, for

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keightley. Comptrollerreported each Commerce and other sponsoring to save your life. example, Mississippi has less than its share, ranking lowest among the states. In
organizations in the coming "Sun the
Again, American Cancer
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wilson $county 2 12, has 000 received thus far this a total fiscal of and Fun Time"weekend May Society reports that cancer of spite of lurid stories to the contrary, the vast majority of people-white and coloredare

and children spent Saturday in year. 29-30. the lung is the most rapidly living together in all our Southern states in peace and good will.
Bainbridge, Ca. The Other b usl ne.. taken up at mounting cause of death from Much has been the Oberlin that has Southto
Comptroller reported each the meeting included the plan- cancer. Cigarette smoking is publicity given to contingent come
Those attending the dedica- $212 county has received a total of ning of cruises during the sum the major cause of lung cancer. rebuild a burned church. But how many know of the Mississippi Committee of
000 thus far this fiscal
tion at Live Oak Sheriff's Boys ye arti', This is a$34,000in- mer aboard Coast Guard Auxi So If you are already a smoker, Concern, a local group, whose sole purpose is to rebuild burned or damaged
Ranch last Saturday weret Sheriff scheduling of Ci smoking and if don'tsmoke
Taff, Judge Harper, Harold crease over the same period 'ibee1sc to be takenby stop don't, start. Obviouslyyou you churches? And how many know that this! group is rebuilding 20 or more burned

Blanton, Fred Keightley, Mr. I during the previous fiscal year. the unit and taking the first can do more to insure your- Negro churches?

and Mrs. Ernest Roddenbeny examination on "Marine Rulesof self from lung cancer than any- Of course, we must face plain facts Not even its most sympathetic friends can
and son, David. l the Road" given under the thing "they" can do.
I direction of Skipper Preston [Ro- Then there's another way that condone the restriction of voter registration in any state on a basis of the voter'scolor.

I binson. "they" need your help. The right to vote is a free man's most precious possession. And while we

j search If 'they"for causes are to to continue discovernew to recognize the problem facing white citizens where they arc outnumbered two or

anti-cancer drugs, to develop three to one, there is no alternative to giving the vote to all who can qualify.

I new sirgical techniques, There is no excuse for the mass violation of laws by civil rightcrs. Often, South i
build more powerful radiation officials into their hands them demonstrate. We Let t
equipment. .. "they"need you. ern play by not letting say:
During Crusade against Cancer them demonstrate so long as they are law abiding. Throw them in jail if they get ,

S I Montheach and every one of us rowdy, obstruct traffic, or otherwise break the law. Many times when given permission -

. '... w I the has a American special opportunity Cancer Society to join to parade they decide not to. For, 9 out of 10 of their leaders are mOle I

: ., in its mounting offensive against interested in publicity than in establishing the right to vote. .

... t cancer. Those who seek to gain their ends by any means, no matter how destructiveor
N' Give.. and give generously,
: -'' so "they" can go on working to vicious, are nothing new in history. But it docs seem to us we have those today

ft.. protectyou and your loved ones who, to gain their ends, would throw overboard all the principles that have madeus

'" ,. : against cancer. the strongest and most envied nation in the world. America must choose be-
,. f' .;
tween law and order and responsible democracy or mobocracy and anarchy. Eitherwe

{: YOUTH WEEK BEGINSAT make that choice or no citizenry-East, North, West, or South, will! tomorrowbe

,. .-. 1. FIRST BAPTIST safe.
--If .
Adults will "step aside" to let
f Young People take the reins of
leadership during annual Youth
@ IfS Week, beginning this Sunday at

ville.JerrySpearsisuerving First .Baptist Church, Crawford-

as Youth
Director, while Dusty Cook is
assuming the post of Sunday
(2 half- past School Superintendent and Jack
Henderson the interim Train-
ing Union Director. Douglas
Wright is serving as Minister of
Music for the week.
'I.sprlllg The youth, including i those
: elected to teach and hear various
organizations are Miss Bar- MAKEYo
bara Jernlgan, Pianist, and Miss
pick a warm day soon and Ann Moore, organist for the

check your air conditioning.. worshipservlcesjDeVane usher chairman. Moore, '

Filling leadership positions in : )
Now you'll get prompt service on whatever needs to be the Sunday School are Miss U R '

done. and on improvements you decide to make Kathy Strickland, Secretary; I
You'll avoid the rush il you turn on your an conditioningnow Miss Whltfield, T.E.L. i
and check Is every room as cool as you like it' Adult; Scott Gaby, Men's Adult;
Need new 'litters' Repairs' Maybe It'S time for a new unit Miss Barbara Jernigan, Clean .
Or a whole new system er's Class; Duane Cowdy, Pion- HOME BIGGER, BETTER!

Have you asked about heat pumps lor automatic eer Class; Young People Tyrone -
round comfort' Moore; Danny Spears, Int. '
year Boys; Miss Ann Moore, Jr. Girls '
And il do not yet enjoy the blessings ot
you 11-12: Miss Sandra Harper, Jr. The time is before to make home
air conditiOning. now is the time to install it Boys H-12; Miss Darlyn Wild- now, summer, your an even
Because dealers and contractors offer oil season Girls 9-10
many em, Jr. ; Jeny Spears,
inducements Many offer attractive easy terms Jr. Boys 9-10; Ken Strickland, place to live. With a little aid from us in the form of a loan, you'll be
Before you know it summer weather will arrive For the Primary Superintendent, with '
sake ol your own cool comfort' lor the sake of economy David Wilson. Tommy Lllliston, surprised how handsome your home can be made.
do something about your air conditioning now1 E. C. Ferrell, in, as teachers;
Miss Barbara Raker, Beginner
.. Superintendent with Miss Linda
Green, Kay Kittrell, Cay Kit-

t- check list for efficient, economical air conditioning trell Nursery as teachers Superintendent; Miss Pat High with, '

Miss Karen Nazworth, Janet Naz- We suggest you take the following steps if you wish to im
operating cats
FILTHS Cogged l filter make unit work .harder and .u..e higher worth, Ginger Russ as teachers.
Normal home use require.cleaning or repUrmenlat Workers in the Union
.hail twice rash cooling tftnon. Miss prove your home. First check your home for all repairs or
obitructioni. Anything chat" Inl,,""" Department are Kathy
OUTDOOR SICTION planes or Strickland Secretary Miss
wiT.lr.flo. work "harder and .incmaws operating cats.INDOOR ;
makes unit that" inl..rf..,... Margaret Kittrell, Adult II DIrector alterations that you wish to make Second, compile a complete
GULL furniture or dnprt. Anything cool ; Miss Laura Jo Council,
ZSSZZ will not allow IInlllo prperlyAn
of air
or return Mat trap-.ltle Adult I Director; Larry Lim- estimate including material and labor costs. And last,
ventilated hecorn r a
vomumoNINSULATION sink that" i. nol properly Ho*) .in. Ventilate, .nd yea.11daft. baugh, Int. II director; Miss
lo IW In our
lemperaturetcan no up Barbara Raker Int. I Director
... heat gain throuijh the sting and the, imam, of cooling you neel Miss Ann Moore, Jr. II Director;; come to the bank with your information and apply for your
,,,, cat Twin.how
lower it
lnl.led Home reult in
A properly when Miss Barbara Jernigan, Jr. I Director -
thai" .have up to adequate Spa lea reMdrnlul inuilutionDartcolored .tiwllng I. needed ; Miss Sharltyn Harvey, home improvement loan. Our loan costs are reasonable.And .
you Director Miss
Primary Marilyn
than liht' ,.1"! ". ; I
PAINT COLOR wally,, abwrh more Alligood, Miss Lucinda Tucker,
U.ht colon save cooling cortc Beginner Directors; Miss Sandra you can repay monthly( from income and take as long as '
SUN SWIMS Lar.. pIc.1.... lrubwa and didmA afar. loon on the cart or be wee adviwhle Harper and Miss Ethel Vause,
.dmll heat and recur unit to wmk mont. A sun rears may Nursery Directors. Youth ushers 36 months to pay. Start improving your home today, I'
Awnbijp help.too. .' I are DeVane Moore, JIm-
SHADE Tree that. shade your home .n MW money In the Clint Nazworth Mike
High ,
Wide tool........shade. the walls and reduce cooling coot. i my ,
Harvey, David Harvey, Johnny
operating hints: I Harper and Butch Tal I

AWAY FORT* DAT Titan '-'Idlto. -allto. far brie kumidnyamtmlwhat. .;
.,ea ra awl,and for comIorI whir you setoom I

AWAY WHIBIDS -Jajoetllllfltlnl.wto""f.. retnme to. .dduienal ab..t. S'aconomy.with 3, I '"CURE MORE

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I SOPCHOPPY NEWSBy or Headquarters Office' of the address at the Post Office, but I WAKXlLLA COUNTY NEWSl! I
CHECKS MAY BE Dixon recommends that the 1
Florida Department of Veterans '. ,THURSDAY APRIL is. ws
Louise C. Sapp MAILED TO BANKSt. Affairs, the purpose of assigning beneficiaries who move notify
tli of the VA of their new address and
da Mr. lr.S'Mis.Stanibeity Toots Harrison, his Petersburg, Fla. M. T. attorney to necessary the beneficiary'sbank. power leave a forwarding address at Of every six person who get<
Dixon of the Fla. Dept. of V .- the Post Office as well.
and her daughter Minni and cancer today two will b
friend, Cindy Henry from Tal- erans Affairs, announced today The arrangement has provento Dixon .says' that details of the I and four will die. Two will be
that beneficiaries of the Vet arrangement to have checks forwarded
be convenient for veterans diagnose
lahassee, called on old friends cured through prompt
Sunday afternoon. erans Administration may arrange who travel or who have frequent to the beneficiary'bank and treatment. One will die who
to have their benefit and assistance in completing
changes of address which might have been trod If only
checks sent directly to their makes it difficult for them to the arrangements may medical
Mrs. Eva Hay net and family he or she had received
banks for deposit to their receive their checks time. be obtained at any VA Office
of Tallahassee visited at the on 0/ attention In time. The American
Harms place on Sunday. Mr. counts. Checks may be forwarded to or office bf the Fla. Dept. Cancer Society urge annual
and Mrs. Walter Harms went to A special standard aC-1 VA beneficiaries who move and Veteran Affairs. health checkup for all adult
Monticello Sunday afternoon to available at any Veterans neglect to notify the VA, pro- .
see her uncle, Turner Cox, who ty Service Office VA vided they leave a forwarding
resides In the Simmons Convel-


Mr. S. W. Revell was admit-
ted to the Tallahassee Memorial -
Hospital Monday. ANNUAL

Macon Rudd Is a patient at the
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.Mrs. WED thru SAT.

Delma Roberts spent last
weekend visiting relatives in CHARLTON HESTON
\ Tallahassee. RICHARD HARRIS

from out of the county attendedthe
funeral Clyde L. Morrison MARY POPPINS
Saturday afternoon, April 10
Mr. Morrisonwasa life long resident EVENING APRIL 23
of Wakulla County and FRIDAY
resided with his wife, Ethel
Rouse Morrison, at their homeIn HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN
and admired by everyone who
knew him and will be greatly
missed as a citizen of Sopchop- THURS. FRI. C SAT THURS FRI t, SAl

In py and Wakulla County. FISH SUPPED

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Land and THE LIVELY SET
after sons, Tracy and Daricl, of Pan- GAMES' CONTESTS
ama City, visited Mr. Land's MOONSHINE MOUNTAIN and
mother, Mrs. Louise Sapp, dur- FISH POND and WHERE LOVE HA GONE
ing the weekend.Mrs. .
Nollie Burgc visited her TAGGART
brother, Doc Simmons, in Lake
good City Hospital Sunday. Doc is
on the very critical list. EVENTS }

We arc sorry Mr. Bob AltmanIs
sick again In the Tallahassee I ..
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Memorial Hospital. We miss his
face in Sopchoppy when he visited -

in his home here. Hope Here It Is !
he can soon be well.


year, January through
December, 1964, there were 48
deaths in Wakulla County.
These deaths were attributed to J
i forty-eight diseases and causes. ,
1 Of these forty-eight causes, ECONOMY SPECIAL
\Vlint cancer took the lives of 4 citizens -
of all ages in Wakulla
al ( County. This represents more
than 8 percent of total deaths i NEW 1965 CORVAIRCLUB
Yes l> f for the year.

mint..T41 Last year, January through COUPE with heater oil filter
l hnl\il1 l December, 1964, there were : equipped ,
377 deaths in Cadsdcn directional
.. l These deaths were attributed County.to S Q Q
forty" ight diseases and causes. Limited Tim. Only 1 1PICKUP Q

r 0. cancer Of these took the forty-eight lives of 33 causes citizens -, Delivered ,in Tallahassee J

of all ages in Gadsden
County. This represents more
i than 8 percent of total deaths for
the year.
'C' These statistics were obtainedby
the Florida Division of the SPECIALNew
American Cancer Society from
: i provisional data recently supplied 65 Chevrolet
by the Florida State Board
of Health.According.
to L. H. Peterson, .. Va-Ton Pick-Up
Executive Vice President of the
Society's' Division Office in TII Equipped with directional signals, rear bumper, oil
Ta mpa these vital statistics fl filter and all standard. equipment..
not been released to alarm t--: Vt
people. Rather, they arc presented __

to the public to make Limited Time Only V 1775[
everyone more aware of cancer
and do something about it. Delivered in Tallahassee
Peterson pointed out that many
lives could be saved from can-
cer if precautionary measures
be taken to guard oneself
and family before it Is too late EXTRA sE USED
These measures include Regular II
medical checkups by qualified
physicians; also recognition !
of symptoms such as describedin SPECIALS CARS
I "Cancer's 7 Danger Signals" f ,R1
pamphlets offered without cost
by the American Cancer So-
ciety. Early detection and
prompt, proper treatment has
saved thousands of lives, Peter- 1963 1961 BUICK
commented. Proof of thisIs
R found In more than 1,300,000 IMPALA 4 dear H 7$1895 4 deer N.rdrq. I.edeesd $1395
alive today, cured radio fcMtar, air cesditi sing. ......._.....,,,,
cancer, based on a five year mmlM .*. p..., .
period of no further Indications
the disease after original 1962 FORD 1959 CHEVROLET
diagnosis and treatment. I SQQC
the 1965 Crusade I.rt Mk 2 dew ......, wish, 5795
rJ..v1 During the State Peterson VAN bw "'il...., .". weer .............. B* J wd.e, heeler. e Mm.Ke tnf
throughout whris .. :.,...,.. ..
many thousands of Society
will endeavor to raise
h t $1,200,00050 that the Society's 1961 FALCON 1944 OPEL
control .
programs of ., .41e. he5e. .,,< eWr 5795! | w.,..., ..... h..,.., as S1295S1
research education, public and pa-andofessiona1 4_Jew tic ",sides_ill_. place. .........._......... u- ""," ...........................-

services may be expanded
Intensified to help save
lives.According. 1960 CHEVROLET 1962 FORD
$ 4
to data
J' provisional VI 4 tor IMPALA H.dfo n- 295 rek.. retire, re de 095
: : .from the Florida State tit, k* tr ad eete's.tie tress- lest. .
9 of Health for the period ..,... ...... .................................
1964, total
in the State
reported ,
, Of this total I, more 1962 SAAB $ 1963 CORVAIR MONZA C

17 percent were caused by EQKmm s._ Cn*....hr l t.4.., kteter, ***1 695
j 2 dew **.*., ..... ........................-- fflj Lye./ ...__...., Cheat __

About 47.000 men and women
: die of lung cancer In the
rican Cancer Society titl-

t.. deaths that about will 75 be per eaaid cent by of GUARANTEED FOR 25 MONTHS. Ask about this special Warranty

tu emoldn,. The ACS These are added reasons why more cars and trucks are
y to stop smoking; if you can; sold by Alford Chevrolet than any other dealer in the) Big Band!
start the cigarette habit
you do not already imok

GERMANY BUILDS Alford Chevrolet Co.

During the period 19451963.about .

: t1 unit built half in of the the fix residential Common 327 N. Adams St. 1414 S. Monroe St. ::

Market countries were constructed Phone 222.5650-324.3211( Phone 222-5654 ;
In West Germany.