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 22, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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CHARGE AREA SYSTEMFees Graveside services were held '* ilM! .VyUjfe.i.
April norida 11:00 A.M. Dedication ceremonies for the 2
will soon be saturated with a Saturday at in a5. .x.riNi3r f < k.
St. Marks
at were
Woodville for Clarence Ladd, City
will be charged for the
spanking new slogan designed to
afternoon in thl.COWlty' .
I Sr. 68 old resident of held Saturday
use of certain designated devel- year
help generate more industry
other Incorporated -
Fla. Mr. Ladd died only
oped recreation areas on the more sales, more jobs and ac-
National Forests In Florida. Wednesday at the home of his town.
celeratedeconomy for the Sun-
Mrs. Ronald Judge Ben Willis was the prin-
These charges are directed- shine State. I daughter, Beattyin
derthe Land and Water Conser- The slogan will read, "Live' Albany, Ca. He had livedin cipalspeaker at the dedication.
most of his life and Rainey Whaley, former coun-
vation Fund Act of 1965 ac- Newport
Here ? Here? Then
Buy resident acted as MC foi
retired He wasa ty ,
was a carpenter.
cording an announcement today Here!I" It will be stripped to the event.
member of the First Baptist
Forest R. J.
by Supervisor bumpers of automobiles and
Following the dedication a
Church In St. Marks.
Reibold of the U. S. Forest Ser-
trucks traveling throughout the
The Rev. Earl Sapp officiatedat free fish fry and street dance
vice in Tallahassee.He .
state and the nation.
the Wakulla County
the services. put on by
said that though the law
Behind the new battlecry for wound the
for both entrance fees Surviving relatives include Jaycees up program.
provides more dollars In more Florida Ward and the City
three daughters, Mrs. John Dor- Mayor Jack
and special fees for extra services -
pocketbooks is the Purchasing Commissioners Board of Coun-
Tallahassee Mrs. Fiances ,
and facilities only entrance sey, ,
Agents Association of Florida, Commissioners Chairman I
fees will be charged on Harrel, Newport, and Mrs. Ronald ty
the designated National Forest which, in cooperation with the I Beatty, Albany, Ga. ; three Willard Carter, RepresentativeErnest

recreation areas in Florida. Florida Development Commis- sons, George and Junior Ladd, Roddenberry, and other
sion and other agencies In the in the fes- T ;
The new $7.00 Recreation/ St. Marks, Larry of New York dignatariestook part
Conservation sticker is an annual state, has been working over- City; thirteen grandchildren.Burial tivities. ,;,... ... .
time to help dig new channelsof Cakes and soft drinks were
entrance fee which became effective was under the directionof ,, ; : :
for the beginning commerce in every commun- J. A. Culley G Sons Funeral sold by the newly formed St. ;;.,:..-.. f" "..:
year ity.Author Home.P. Marks Woman's.Club. Mrs. Es- ._ ... .,. _' : -' .w"- _" ...
April The sticker is intendedfor "
use on automobile bumpers, of the new and colorful sic Cogdill, president, was in _). r ,." ,;, ;: "': .
"Buy slogan strip will
but the regulations do not require remain a secret until the night charge. :: : : .; -r.__ ; ,
any particular method of of April 30 when PAAF holds Its G. KELLYMr. .. .: :".: ;:
display. This sticker is consid-
annual election dinner
ered a bargain for families who with the Florida in conJunction Industries -- P. C. Kelly, 66, passed LETTER Of INTERESTThe THE CITY HALL AT ST. MARKS WAS DEDICATED SATURDAY AFTERNOON. RAINEY WHALEY

repeatedly use Federal recrea- Exposition and names away at Tallahassee Memorial ACTED AS MASTER OF CEREMONIES. THE ABOVE PICTURE WAS MADE PRIOR TO THE CERE

tion facilities, because it entitles the of statewide Hospital Wednesday after a MONIES.
winner a contest following letter was received -
the driver of a noncom- which developed the new lengthy illness.He by Mr. Robert Altmanof
mercial automobile and all of buy-Florida theme.Spearheading was a retired plumber anda Tallahassee from Mr. Moor-
his passengers (up to 9 persons) resident of Panacea for 40
the contest in er, Associate Dean, The Flori-
to admission to most designated behalf of the He attended the Churchof
Purchasing Agents years. da Institute for Continuing Uni-
Federal recreation areas for an group is Walter H. Norman, Cod and was a member of versity Studies on April 7i
entire year. chairman PAAF's "Buy Flori- Faceville Lodge No. 487, Free
The designated areas coveredby da First" committee. Along and Accepted Masons, Face- Mr. Robert Altman iL.'AJJ4's

this sticker, include those on with Curtis H. Stanton, president vllle, Ca.Services. 217 .Franklin Boulevard
the National Forests throughoutthe of the Greater Orlando will be held Fridayat Tallahassee, Florida

Nation, and those adminis- Chamber of Commerce, Nor- 2:00 P.M. from the grave- Dear Bob j
tered by the National Park Ser- man created the "Buy Florida side at Panacea Cemetery. Upon reading in the paper recently -
vice, Bureau of Reclamation, First"slogan and emblem which' Ashmore Lodge #102 FGAM that the consolidation of
Bureau of Land Management, preceded the car bumper appealto of Sopchoppy will have Masonic Wakulla County High Schools
Bureau of Sports Fisheries and buy Florida products. graveside rites. The Rev. was bout to take place I

Wildlife, Army Corps of Engineers Norman, who is director of Riley Pridgon of Peny will of- thought immediately about you
Tennessee Valley Authority purchases for the Orlando Utilities ficiate. Masons will serve as and the meeting on this subject 30
and the U. S. Section of International Commission, explainedthe pallbearers. which Dr. J. T. Campbell and fV) ity

Boundary and Water two slogans this wayi SurvivprsInclude his wife, I participated in some years ago r, ,a r J elr
Commission (United States and "Members of the Purchasing Mrs. Helen Kelly; 3 brothers, at your Invitation. t3

Mexico). Agents Association of Florida Mr. H.-H.-Kelly, Tampa, Mr. I am sure it must be ratlfyin to
Ames where fees are chargedmust are key buyers of about every H. B. Kelly, Sopchoppy, and to you to know that the wisdoi e Ity
meet four conditions. product In existence for both Mr. J. A. Kelly, Sopchoppy, and soundness of the ideas whirlyouproposedyearsagohave !e.on
They must ((1)) be administeredby private business and public 2 sisters, Mrs.'.Mildred Lovellof now

any of the above agencies; agencies. In this capacity they Nashville, Tenn. and Mrs. been fully recognized and are OSS
((2)) be administered primarily search for all kinds of products, Amelia Berry of Tallahassee. coming to fruition. It has been I nd
for scenic, scientific, histori- in great quantities."We Arrangements were in chargeof my observation that the strong fore
cal, cultural or recreational are promoting the McClendon Funeral Home of and vigorous leadership of edu- -
purposes; ((3)) have recreation of Florida-made productsin Tallahassee. cational pioneers such as yourself
facilities or services provided at la
is to initiate the
In doing necessary
we can. so
Federal expense, and ((4)) be of every, we way feel we are helpingnot train of events which, in due zest
such nature that fee collectionis WILLIAM time in education 0-
R. cause
only ourselves, but also our TAYLOR progress
practical. communities and the state at a to come about.It .sh
Supervisor Reibold stated that whole. Funeral services for WilliamR. has often been said that BIG BEND CHAMBERS EXECUTIVES MET THURSDAY TO FURTHER THE DEVELOPMENT OF ho

the following recreation areas The Purchasing Agents (Bill) Taylor, 66, Route 2, "without vision, the people per- HIGHWAY 98 IN THIS AREA. STUDY COMMITTEE SHOWN DISCUSSING PLANS FOR IMPROVEMENT be
have been designated as charge will hold its annual election Crawfordville, who died ir ish". Your keen perception and AREi FRONT ROW, "BILL" SPIKES, PRESIDENT APALACHICOLA CHAMBER; W. C. ho
areas on the National Forests in meetings Winter Park and Or- route to Tallahassee Memorial leadership In helping those you ROCHE, PRESIDENT PORT ST. JOE CHAMBER; MAX KILBOURNE, PORT ST. JOE; BERNARD WILSON Ire
Florida landoApri29 through 1 to Hospital Sunday night were con- served in coming to recognize a VICE PRESIDENT WAKULLA CHAMBER. REAR ROW CONSISTS OF PORT ST. JOE AND 11-
Ocala National Forest Fore coincide with the Florida May Indus- ducted at 3:00 P.M. Tuesday sharp contrast between what MEXICO BEACH CHAMBER MEMBERS. OTHER PRESIDENTS ATTENDING FROM THIS AREA WERE

Lake, Mill Dam, Lake Dorr, tries Exposition in Orlando April at the graveside in Oakland they have In education and what FRED KEIGHTLEY PRESIDENT, WAKULLA COUNTY CHAMBER, W. S. SCHLEY, PRESIDENT PANACEA ity
Clearwater Lake, Johnson Field, 2730. Along with several other Cemetery, the Rev. Melvin they might have has Indeed been CHAMBER, AND LEON IANCSTON OF THE CARRABELLE CHAMBER. n-
Big Scrub, Lake Delancy; Os- agencies and spread Hemdonofficlating. J. A. a powerful force in the Improve- cal
ceola National Forest Ocean groups PLANS MEETING NEXT nd
throughout the state, PAAF cooperates Culley and Sons Funeral Home ment of education in those
Pond; Apalachicola National each year with the Florida was in charge. schools fortunate enough to have TUESDAY ON 'FUN TIME ragms
Forest Wright Lake, Camel Development Commission Taylor was a native of Georgia had the benefit of your leader-

Lake, Hickory Landing, Cotton in sponsorship the Exposition. and had lived In Wakulla ship. Plans are continuing for the );.
Landing, Lost Lake. County many years. He was a I only hope that, upon reach- "SUN AND FUN TIME" weekend Ir
Supervisor Rlebold added that retired railroad employee anda ing the close of my educationalcareer that is being sponsored by the chI
the sticker is optional i and a FLORIDA. STATEANNOUNCES member the Methodist someday, I can.look Wakulla County Chamber of -

daily or weekly fee maybe paid GRADUATES Church. back over the years with the Commerce on May 29-30.
instead. He said that on the Surviving are brothers, same feeling of pride and accomplishment Bernard Wilson, chairman of I age ang

designated National Forest recreation Tallahassee, April 16 Flo- I Quinby Taylor of Thomasville which you have the event, said today that a fi-
areas listed above, a rida State University today announced and Coyle. Taylor of Tampa; earned the right to feel. planning meeting of the ;)-
daily entrance fee of $0.50 or the 1296 students who three sisters, Mrs. Bertha M. With warmest personal regards, various organizations who are
a weekly fee of $2.50 would be are candidates for degrees in I Boutwell of Ochlockonee, Ca., I am participating in the event will t.l
charged all persons 16 yean of commencement ceremonies Mrs.Claude Taylorof Thomas Cordially yours, be held Tuesday night at the

age or over who were not cover- Thursday night, April 22. ville, and Mrs. Zollie Bullardof Sam H. Moorer, Woman's Club building In Craw- ., '
ed by a sticker. The candidates include 1073 Pelham, Ca. Associate Dean fordville. Ief
Fishing, hunting and travelover who have been working toward Representatives the follow. I, fIle
Forest Service (or other)
a bachelor's 192
degree, a mar ing groups will be present Panacea
roads are not covered by the Act ter's degree and 31 a doctorate. Chamber of Commerce

and are exempt from charge.All Acting President John E. Cham- SPECIAL MUSIC PROGRAMAT WSCS MEETING HELD Panacea Woman's Club, Sop-,
proceeds from this charge pion will confer degrees during SOPCHOPPY choppy Lions Club, Wakulls m I
system will be placed in the an 8:00 P.M. ceremony la The WSCS of the Crawford- County Junior Chamber of Com- )n

Land and Water ConservationFund. Campbell Stadium.Commencement A special program of music ville Methodist Church held merce, Sea Scouts, American r. t-

The money accumulatedIn speaker is Dr. will be presented next Sunday their regular monthly meeting Legion, FHP Auxiliary, Tallahassee t
this fund will be appropriated Arthur S. Adams, a Washington evening at the Sgpchoppy Meth- Tuesday afternoon, April 20. Motor Boat Club St,
tothe States and Federal Agencies D. C., educator who is odist Church,' A psil 25, 1965, election of officers washeldand Marks Yacht Club.
for buying needed recrea- best known for administering at 7t30 P.M. A period of con- were as follows: President, The program for the 'Tun
tion land and waters for publicuses. the Navy V-12program which gregational singing will be led Mrs. Ed Levy, Vice President, Tlme"weekend Includes fish- "" tiJr I

enrolled more than 150,000 officer by the pastor, with Miss Karen Mrs. C. L. Rehwinkel; Treasurer ing rodeo, boat races, public _
candidates In colleges and Tullyatthe piano and Mrs. Fay Mrs. Henry Smith; Recording fish fry, guided tours, and band
DATE SET universities during World WarII Baker at the organ. Special Secretary, Mrs. Davis. concert.
BIKE' RODEO and for serving from 1951 to selections will be offered.A Mrs. George Stafford, the retiring Every effort is being made to

The American Legion and the 1961. president of the American special feature of this music secretary, was presenteda bring people into the county

FHP Auxiliary will sponsor Bicycle Council on Education.By program will be the SopchoppyHigh gift. from the South Georgia area I I I
Rodeo to be held on Sat- home town the candidatesfor School Chorus, presenting An Invitation extended to from towns of Cairo, Camilla, ; II I

urday, May 1, at 10-00 A.M. degrees Include Wakulla a medley of classical and spirit- the Crawfordvllle Society to Bainbridge, Thomasville, Quit-
The event will be held at the County, Panacea, Emory Alan ual music. The choral group is hold a joint meeting with the man, Valdosta and surrounding s
Crawfordville school grounds. Richardson, BS bus. directed by Mr. Gene Boone, Sopchoppy Society next monthon territory. Fred Keight- .. I

Three age groups of both boys Band Director at SopchoppyHigh Tuesday, May 11. ley, president of the Chamber, f f <*> !

and girls can participate. Theyare EASTER EGG HUNT HELD School. said that an extensive advertising -
ages 7 to 8; 9 to 11; and 12 .AT The public is cordially Invitedto and publicity program wiL; THIS PRfTTY MISS HOLDS A STRING' OP FRESH WATER FISH !
this inspirational program of be used to attract the visitors. ( HELD PURINQ CON
Charles Moore said music. The pastor of Sopchoppy Prizes are being arranged foi
Trooper COHVHlfcl/: ON MAY 29 30.
Class and the CHAMBER OF !
Primary the rodeo and boat
that it would not be necessaryfor Methodist Church is the Rev. track meet is scheduled for fishing racer
their Sunbeams of the Crawfordville Jesse L. Baker. and will be announced at a later -
each child to bring bicycles -
First Baptist Church held their today, April 22nd, between date. SOPCHOPPf NEW CHAMBER TO MEET ATWOMAN'S
can use each
as they Bristol and We-
Easter Egg Hunt Tuesday, April Crawfordville, Chairman Wilson said that refreshments CLUB
others. 13th the home of wahitchka, at Bristol at 3i30
at Kimberly will be served at the
said that the of
Moore purpose the Harms
P.M. Easter at
Blanton. children guests
Rodeo is to promote bicy- Thirty-four final Tuesday night meeting by the Mr. The Crawfordville WomancsClubwill
the the meet
attended. REVIVAL' CONTINUESThe This will be Crawfordville Woman's Club. home in Sopchoppy were
cle safety and give the students Regina Oaks won a prize for for Crawfordville prior to the and Mrs. George Dirk of Ro- not have their regular

an opportunity to Improve bal- finding the Golden Egg and Bob- Rev. S. A. Coxwell, group.meet scheduled for Friday, "- chester, N. Y., who are cou- monthly board meeting this
ance and coordination. by Chambers won a prize for pastor of the Crawfordville First April 29th, in which the Individual APPOINTMENT' sins of Mrs. Harms. Also Mrs. month.
Practice sessions will start next having found the most Baptist Church, announced to qualifications for the of Harm's daughter, Mrs. Dorothy The Wakulla County Chamberof
eggs. Tallahassee -
Tuesday at the school and con- the re"lvalatthe State finals will be held. Secretary Kilbourn and granddaughter, Commerce will meet at the
Mrs. Helen Moore M. Ai- day
s. Adams -
Tom announced
State today
tinue until May 1. An obstacle leen Mrs. Dean church will continue through The Crawfordville team expects of I Terr/ess, of Panama City, Fla.. Club House on Tuesday, April ,
Posey Whaley
course will be set up on the to qualify close to a dozen commissioning Mr. and Mn. Walter Harms 27, at eight P.M. for their regular t
and Mrs. Harold Blanton served Sunday. -
Smith P. O. Box
school grounds for practice. refreshments. Everyone is welcome: to attend members for the State finals to, Harry C. two daughten and families from monthly meeting. Mem- I
Priies will be awarded the Special guests were Miss Karen this inspirational meeting. se held In Gainesville early In 235 Wakulla, Panacea County, as Development a Member, Tallahassee came down and all ben of the Woman's Club will j
Sun- serve refreshment I
winners. Posey and Miss 'Nlta Blanton. May. Authority, succeeding Bobb) enjoyed afternoon.an Easter egg hunt
Russ, deceased.


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2 WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS the Circuit Court of the easementto County for erectionof After 65 Things Are Less Taxing;

THURSDAY APRIL 22, 1985 let oIThkiH' Second Judicial I Circuit of walL
I the State of Florida, In and Mr. Carter in the ChainA you're one of the thousands first moment of the day before
& motion by Mr. Strickland e:' Americans who reached age his 65th birthday:' Boardman 1
For Wakulla County.
1 carried which requested that 6 last year, you may have stated.
WAKULLA MidStateIomes., Incorporated was release earned one of the fiscal Joys Most
aaEWSTEao.toI.r the Corps of Engineers people regardless of age:
sr son Florida corporation of reaching that golden all_
a I
Price are aware that where ,
COUNTY NEWSTtlfpkoMWAInHl easement rights on John there n
j jit 11_." 0......... vs. Plaintiff land on Porters Island. ances.more liberal Income tax allow- total an additional blindness _,' w- I
8.3111 THI1.ACK 'FORTY' FOR BASS HenryL.. Crawford Jr., and State Road #22 Resolution For the that time In your life, $600 exemption

Flub the apple orchard? Troll Annie R. Crawford, his wife, Adopted your drug and medicine bill M Is allowed. How-
LP WANTED through Wiggins' pasture! Defendants. On the Motion of Commissioner well as your medical expenses, ever, Boardtnan ,.
OR FEMALE 11II1(age directions, perhaps Davis and the second of Commissioner ate. completely and delightfully states, older
Samuel Boardman
Man or woman wante to NOTICE TO DEFENDIn deductible. people, whoseeyesight ..
sup but nb.n you learn the languagethe the following
Young ,
Kriiktlty EeiUrKrrd director of Retirement Planningfor
Virginia ply Rawlelgh products to con- .meaning li quite clear.R.fer.nees the Name of the State of resolution was adopted: Continental Casualty Company Is extremely
s u m e is In Franklin weak to
County or to such spots at florida the citizens of Wa-
reminds taxpayers that
Kflghtlty Publisher Taylor County. Good time to the ".leI pump house" or "Spring TO DEFENDANTS, HENRY L. kulla County are desirous of Improving the 1964 Revenue Act dropped the their-point belng"part of- .
start. No capital required. See Creek. Ford" when all that can of Wakulla
CRAWFORD JR. and ANNIER. the economy he limitation on medicine and
Entered at Crawfordville. Florida D. C. Thrash, 1422 N. Blvd., be ...n I I. a broad expanse oldeecvwrater / CRAWFORD, hiswife County, andWHEREAS dings beginning with 1964's tax not blind realize Mr. Boardman
second class matUr. Subarrip Tallahassee or write Rawlelgh often baffles. anglers If the the citizens ol Wa-I return
at 815 whose address is unknown that they may also claim rim
manmade follow
FA D 220 at lakes. To
Memphis Tenn. added Incentive
natural concluded that the Also, as an additional
above named percent kulla County exemption
tion ratai $3 per year.l Tenn.6tn48,,127. this local advice may require
who reach 65 Uncle
I be alive, and If State Road No. 22 as presently for people
I extraordinary perception and respectively Where central visual
i- sleuthing, plus a pinch of good the above named natural per- located In Liberty County from I Sam permits, or an$1200.extra Boardman$600 exemption does not exceed 20/200 ((211 acuiu> 21,

iI iI luck,' comment Mercury outboaroV respectively, be dead, their Samatra going East via Nero'sTate out On a separate return Is normal) In the 'better t>y..
I fishing sages. respective unknown heirs, devisees Tower, Middle Ridge I this additional exemption Is also with correcting glasses, i"I
I ESTATE However they add. If you grantees creditors or all thence continuing Eastward to I allowed for the spouse of the where the widest diameter lit '
I ran solve the riddles and find other parties or persons claim- the Ochlocknee River I Immediately taxpayer If the spouse has no the visual field "subtends III
Homes Acreage the suggested locations, rewardsare Ing by through under or against South of the mouth of tross Income and Is not claimed angle "no greater than 20 degrees .
as advertised. and and the Old San- for tax purposes ih.
Waterfront lots them respectively Sanborn Lake is a dependent by another tax-
There are several ways to all persons or parties having or born homesite is most advan- payer. And It Is allowed on a taxpayer is considered partial!)
awn pinpoint former landmarks tbat titleor will be matter how blind. He Is eligible to claim ih< ,
HENRY WILLIAMS claiming to have any right, tageously located and Joint return no additional $600
REALTY BROKER have since been Inundated: Interest In and to the follow- of great economic value to the much Income the spouse made, statement from a qualified A
The most reliable Is to persuade described land, lying and entire area and If the spouse Is at least 65. phi
ing ,
Phone 741 P. O. Box 275 slclan on the condition of the '
I St. Marks, Florida a former resident to go being In Wakulla County, Florida WHEREAS, the Board of County Actually Boardman who celebrated points his taxpayer's eyesight must be attached
out a person
to-witt Commissioners of Liberty to the tax return. Board
Second best, but still 65th birthday on New Year's
recommended their 1965- said.
the County has placed in man
Commence at. point on
of this year la eligible as
Is to visit the local Day
I courthouse In hopes of checking North boundary of a public road 66 Secondary Road Budget that I an "over.65" taxpayer for 1964. Continental Casualty, Chicago
1-- out an old county map. From It located 2160.75' South and portion of SR 22 beginning at 1 "An Individual Is assumed to pioneered national health Insui
: If You Need. FOR SALEi Good Mule, priced you can determine the locationsof 1587.5' West of the Northeast Station 1214+ 00.00 on the East have reached the age of 65 the ance plans for the aged. m

low. Call Charlie Tucker, the spring branches, farmsteads corner of Section 18, Township Bank of the Ochlocknee River, I
S Office-Supplies Walnut 63251.IN roads and other Import. 3 South, Range 1 West Wakulla thence running Eastward approximately -
S Business Machine ant features that once dotted the County Florida and run 6 miles to the Intersec- \
S Office Furniture bottomlands. thence North 00S 1'West 105.0'to tion of US 319 In the City of THE SOPCHOPPy PTA

SM or Call This Information should be the point beginning. From Sopchoppy and
transferred to a current chart so said point of continue WHEREAS, the Board of County -
RANEY WHALEYat THE COURT OF THE that these sites can be locatedIn North 00beginning 105.0', Commissioners of Wa k u 11 a ANNUAL SPRINGFESTIVAL
COUNTY JUDGE WAKULLA reference to present shore thence South 8730' West County has concluded said road

COUNTY FLORIDA.IN line features.In 210.0', thence South 005l' should be completed at the earl-

CAPITAL OFFICE PROBATE.IN addition to providing Instructions East 105.0', thence North 87- iest possible date, now
EQUIPMENT CO. REI ESTATE OFWolfgang on" bow to reach the 30' East 210.0' to the point of THEREFORE BElT RESOLVED 1\
Olsen, "lower forty this data Is valu beginning, containing 1/2 acre that the Board of County Co m-
119 South Adams St. Deceased.TO able for seeking out new ttshlng'
above des- missioners of Wakulla
more or less. The County
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE.
spots. Old foundations, rock
FLORIDA ALL CREDITORS AND piles from tumbled down buildings cribed property being the North Florida, request the State Road I
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR abandoned gravel roads, 1/2 of that certain parcel of Department of Florida, to abandon -
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ES- and orchards are preferred fish land conveyed to Mattie Craw- and disregard the old center WILL BE HELD
TATEi habitats. ford from H. L. Crawford, and line survey made in the early

You and each of you are hereby The next time you get such Fannie Crawford, his wile, Dy fall of 1960 from the Ochlocknee -
LEON SEPTIC TANK notified and required to pre- advice as "a mile down the road deeddated6/21/60 and recorded River to Sopchoppy, and

I SERVICE' sent any claims and demands past the schoolhouse" follow It In Deed Book 57, page 201, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED 23
-'- which you, or either of you, carefully. It's easy, say the Wakulla County, Florida. that the Board of County Com- FRIDAY EVENING
Mercury folk., If you've done missioners of Wakulla
Clean Out may have against the estate ot ROADWAY EASEMENT
homework In advance.Watch .
your the State Road
request Department
Wolfgang Olsen deceased late
Repair Begin at a point on the North
the eyebrows raisewhen I
to make a new center-
.* New Installation of Judge said of County Wakulla, to County the County, Florida you reply know the boundary of a public road lo- line survey in Wakulla County\ BEGINNING AT SUNDOWN
The Best For Less exact spot, Right next to the cated 2160.75' South and beginning at Station 1214+ 00.-
his office in the
at court
Jenkins' place, Isn't It?" 1587.5' West of the Northeast
00 on the East Bank of the Och-
-:- house of said County Craw-
TelephoneTallahassee fordville Florida within six comer of Section 18, Township locknee River, thence run East-'
3 South, Range 1 West, Wakulla FISH SUPPERGAMES
877-1773 calendar months from the time ward Sopchoppy, passing Immediately -
of the first publication of this Academy Awards'Oscar' County Florida and run South of the West
nftpr 0:00
: p.m. thence South 87"301 West along
notice. Two copies of each Sopchoppy Cemetery, crossingthe CONTESTS
t said Road 15.0't thence North Sopchoppy River Imme-
claim or demand shall be in and Friend '
00 51 West lOS.O'thenceNorth diately South of SR 375 and
writing, and shall state the FISH POND
Barber for 11th Timt 87 30' East 15.0', thence continue Into Sopchoppy Intersecting -
Deep ShopFOUR place of residence and post office Team
South 00 51' East 105.0' to the
with US 319 and
address of the claimant, ,
and shall be sworn to by the point of beginning. The above BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED CAKE WALK

POINTS claimant, his agent, his attorn s being the East 15' of the South thatthe State Road Department
eyand accompanied by a filing 1/2 as of that certain parcelof complete the location of said CORONATIONOTHER

BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 fee of one dollar and such claimor land conveyed to Mattie State Road No. 22 as outlined
demand not so filed shall be Crawford from H. L. Crawfordand also prepare the right of way EVENTSNOTICE

OPEN TU Fannie Crawford, his wife, deeds, acquire the right of way i
void.The bydeeddatedjune 21, I960and from said
.8:00 P.M. FRIDAYS Tallahassee Bank and Secondary I
Trust recorded In Deed Book 57, page Funds and prepare the construc- I
Company 201, Wakulla County, Florida.On tion plans including quantities
By! /i/ James B. David, Jr I
GRADY ftmTFIELD Assistant Trust Officer, as or before the 17 day/: of etc., for said road at the earl-
Administrator of the Estate of May A. D. 1965, the defend- iest possible date, and Ii
HAROLD BALES-B0B CHRISTIE Wolfgang Olsen. deceased. ants, Henry L. Crawford, Jr., BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, .
4/1,8,152.2. and Annie R. Crawford, his that a copy of this resolution be SPECIALS FRI SAT, MON. AND TUB.FRYERS
DEE COOK, Owner wife, and all others having or delivered to the Honorable

FOR SALE: House. Inquireat claiming to have any right, title Floyd B. Bowen Chairman ol I
Harvey1s Store Phone or Interest in the property the State Raod Department, also
1 A6-3444.. Crawfordville herein described, are requiredto copies to the Honorable James grade A" lb. 29c
serve upon Mr. Julian Ben- Lee, member 3rd District I

NEW CORPORATION nett of Logue and Bennett, Crestview and to Mr. Emmett
GLARE'S Plaintiff's attorneys, whose ad- I_ Owens, Secondary Road Engineer T-BONE STEAK, lb. 69c
dress is 303 Magnolia Avenue Tallahassee and Mr.
Tallahassee, Fla. Secretaryof Itll be a reunion of sorts for ,
State Tom Adams today an- two old frleiuU Bob Hope Panama City Florida, a copy George I.. Dickenson! Division
I. SHOP nounced the chartering of the and "Oscai at the 37th Annual of, and file with the Clerk o Engineer Chipley, Florida. Country Smoked SAUSAGE, lb. 59c
following corporation Presentation of the Academy this Court, the original of, at Commissioner Walker voting
I Spring Creek Lodge, Inc. (B- of Motion Picture Arts and answer to the complaint fo; against the adoption of the Re- lb. 79c i
EARLY AMERICAN: 91916))Spring Creek Route 2, Sciences on :Monday, April 5. Mortgage foreclosure filed against solution. PORK CHOPS, Center Cut, .
FRENCH PROVINCIAL Crawfordville, Fla. (Wakulla Hope who resumes his familiar the above named defendants On the motion of Commissioner -
VICTORIAN County ). Auth. Stock 51 master of ceremonies role for said mortgage executed by Young the Whaley Bridge was MAXWELL IIOUSECOFFEE A
FURNITURE shares of Com. at $1 000.00 the eleventh time last served In defendants Henry I.. Crawford, ordered repaired.Bids 79V

per share, filed April d, 1965, 1961. He'll be group: Introducing of Hollywood; a distinguished -I Jr., and Annie R. Crawford, Opened on RepairsTo . . lib. can

dealing in Motels restaurants his wife, to the Plaintiff, encumbering Plumbing In Jail
Phone 385-1222 personalities scheduled for the
1901 N. Monroe St. etc. Incorporators C. C. Car- Show, to be carried over thecombined the above described! The Board opened the follow- Pal PEANUT BUTTER ] Ib. Jar .39c

TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA gal Crawfordville, Fla., R. radio and television property located Wakulla ing bids for repairs to County
B. Walden, Sr., Macon, Ca., facilities of the American Broad- County, Florida; said mortgage Jail Plumbing Walter Blouni 2 fori39c
I Wm. M. West, Macon Ca., casting Company and the Cana- is recorded in Deed Book. 57, Plumbing and Heating, Talla- Stokeley CATSUP,

filed byt William M. West, dian Broadcasting Company, page 201, public records of Wakulla hassee, $21.845.OOjCoWlcll; Brothers -
starting at 7:00: p.m. (PST), County, Florida. of Tallahassee A. J. Quick
4939Cuerry Drive Macon Ca. $2,750.00 nGRITS
hand and seal of
WITNESS my for
laid Court at Wakulla County, and Commissioner it was so ordered Strickland that moved Council . lb. box,2

TalUhtMc BuslneM Finns Crawfordville Florida this 31st Brothers be awarded the bid

day of March, A.D., 1965. for making jail repairs. Provided Spring Farm Evap. MilK. 3 for 39c ;

Moody Pearce that they will guarantee mat- 1

Clerk of the Circuit Court erial and workmanship for_ one___
DIRECTORYPatornise Bvt /Moody Pearce year.The. n SWIFT PREM. LIMA BEANS & WMcAN W I

't-4/15. 22.29.5/6. Board received a resolution -
from the Panacea Chamberof Ibs. 25c
:. These Advertiser .
MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF Commerce Board of Directors .
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF requesting that drainage system
UtLLA COUNTY be completed for Panacea areas METCALF. FROZEN SEA. FOODS

AprilS, 1965 soon as possible.

F R MFEEDS r4Hs Little Folks' Store O. I. GRAMLING I The Board of County Commis- Cortez White Hired SHRIMP I BREADED 2002. $ ]1. 29

Inc. sioners of Wakulla County met For CH RepairsOn

.M The Capital's this date In Crawfordville with the motion of Commissioner IREADCC
Majors for Minors" -, & CO. the following present Willard Strickland and the second of
Ckildrrn'i F Kn> CrOmM. Rabbi. One-Stop Service tat Carter, Chairman of the Board, Commissioner Young, the Board SHRIMP? '.dz. 99C
Flint River Mills Baby Aeea.ori.. George Young Vice Chairman hired Mr. Cortex White for CourtHouse ,
l soil a. Munroe 133 N. Monroe SU Ph. 223-1146 : FeedSeed Fertilizer William D. Walker, Ralph repairs, plastering, etc.. 'f" "
r .ph. 13021.f ?Poultry Supplies Strickland and John L. Davis, at $2.25 per hour and Mr. Curtis BilE: 49 (
f Garden Commissioners; Moody Pearce, Carter at $1.50 per hour. STICKS .
R .:. Tools Clerk, J. H. Hudson, County Commissioner Carter voting

f __ __ ___ : So. Adam, at SJLLJUt. Attorney W. R. Taff, Sheriff against the hiring of Mr. Carter, BREADED .
I Baker-Alford Co. ., and Carmel Pelt, Road Super- an uncle.
, Phone 223-0173 intendent.The The Board approved the vouchers OYSTERS 'B'Z. 49C
"TVU Par .H...." minutes of the last meet- before them and directs .

Anything for your auto truck ing were read and approved. that warrants be issued In pay- ;: i
LIRA Wtiskt af R"I I or tractor.. Also for your power Jack Bower Property In Surf ment therefor. FISH ROE1 l 99c
. Concrete BI tki I Wit over. and much for your There
oj being no further business .
On the Motion of Commissioner '
L Hanson, Wood and. Z08 N. Adams St. Ph. 2224380 Walker, the Board agreed to coming to the attention o' IUD: .
libel Ind.; Inc. level spoil from Mosquito Control the Board the same was adjourn. CRABS/ In box--' 99c: I
1 'j;( Capital Stone Co. Ditch In Surf. ed on the motion of Commissioner '
S. Adams St. at 4-Polnts Young. WE NOW HAVE A FULL LINE OF
'.T.L 222-6840 P. 0. Boa MI Since 1908 Opening Bay Street In Surf .

. MARBLE GRANITE The Board agreed to table further Aprovedi Attest Clerk Chairman l BULK SEED, &. FERTILIZER

, --'.'- -'-- BRONZE discussion of opening Bay I
Street In Surf until title t c SHOP
MEMORIALS streets Is cleared up. LOCALLY ANDJSAVE -

c", 'Yearer, C-twp W.rb,e/.40 r"... Mr. Carter relinquished the Venerable ChalkboardHas .

609 W. Calnes StTeL 128-0710 chair to Mr. Young.
he.Is.urew.e .qtr Walter T. Buehan, MIT. Mr. Young in the Chain Become Mobile FISHING SUPPLIES&

! Itenington Property In Surf
CHICAGO Just possibly Jun
Mr. moved and EARTHWORMS
sad Bawd. Carter Mr. loc'i fun may be diminished by
seconded that theBoardproceedto
SU 8. Adam St-TeU 122-4880 the non- queak surface oa a new.
erect a retain-
portable substitute foe the
r \ ing wall along Mr. Herriagton'sproperty chalkboard. venerable PIGOTT'S STORE

In Surf to correct present .
erosion and protect against sale any young boy worth hi. MEDART .
future erosion. Provided however probably has dreamed up (ev- ,
enl other ways by now to send I I
; --. .-- -- ____ __ I that Mr. lierrington signs chills down his teacher's beck. I, WE (OW GIVE PLAID STAMPS



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l ---- ----- -- -; I Fund Raising and the Physician

Each April the American Cancer Soiiity runs its annual Fund Raising Campaign -.
separate from the United Fund and other combined agencies-and reviews for its subscribers

its purpose, plans and reason for being

STATE Many of us a> physicians think warmly of the Society'as a "do'good" agency wnith
provides our wives with teat, fashion shows and a chance to roll bandages once a week. Too
WEDNESDAY THRU 8 ATPIR5rn5ISfWAYTf frequently our contact with the Cancer Society goes little beyond this, scarcely warranting our
WEDNESDAY THRU SAT. l' aree'f financial support

However a review" of till program of the "'m.rican Cancer Society readily revealsthe
vital role it plays from the patient's point of view. For the physician clinicians, researchers
leather it is downright indispensable The three plusv program consists of: 1. Rttforch .
John Claudia Wayne 2- Public and Profession/ Education J. Service to the patient let us examine each of these
Card;naic Julie Andrews -
Rita HayworthCIRCUS phases and see how we dtxturs. profit from this program
Research The American Cancer Society was the first l private organization to recognize
WORLD Dick Van Dyke I the: aced for financial support of research In cancer control l hy individual grants for pilot studies

MARY POPPINS special professorial grants and pioneered the institutional grant flew grants serve as a lifeline
I feeding new projects which arise from a basic program( and encouraging extension of research
into hitherto unexplored areas Dade County has profited grcath by the careful distributionof .
\ $219,000 in grants in 1964. Tins included an Indl\lduallrant of $2,500 to investigators( at
''t. ) JG Mt. Sinai Hospital on Miami Beach to shady ,early detection of pancreatic cancer $16,782 to
CAPITOL DRIVE-IN Variety Children I Hospital to determine the effects of virleon lung tissue cultures, $26,000
ON WOODVUU HWT \ to the University of Miami School of Medium! aan institutional grant to stimulate new
r avenues of cancer research The American Canon Societv recognized early the important role
THURS FRSAT THURS. FRI. SAT. : of the individual rrscaixher and hn offered financial suj>;x>rt. often on an emergency basis,
-- ", for valid and well founded projects Careful review of all proposed investigations, by an informedand
\ competent Research Conimittex 'InCl'nflllt craelpots and feather bedding thus protecting
4 4t
vour. contributions
KISS Mt STUPID HORROR of PARTY Education; Public and Professional Education has made the Seven Danger Signals of
BEACH Cancer a household phrase It has brought many patients to their doctors in time for cure.
UNDER the YUM YUM TREE CURSE of the LIVING CORPSE The public has welcomed our lectures, films and literatim and has responded gratefully by

LOVE WITH THE | WITCHCRAFT contributing ever increasing( funds each year, The Pro/cs.ioricif/ l Education program recogmrcs
PROPER STRANGER THE 1965 Potato Blossom Queen is pretty Miss Mary Pache of the problems of the bust burdened practitioner deluged dnls with medical literature, most of
OF IT ALL Bunnell who was crowned at the annual North Florida Potato which ends up in the trash can. He must be abreast of new' techniques and concepts in the
Council barbecue held recently at Hastings The tri-county cancer field. Farlv cancer detection continues to be a Lev'.tone in this program The value of
industry was host to chain store officials produce buyersand Pap smears rectal examinations, proctosignmidoscnpv and other basic aspects of the physical
marketing principals celebrating the beginning of the examination are stressed; by ,various teaching aids such as nnvies, filmstrips, slide collections and
season's harvest Miss Pache is pictured with a display of frequently revised; monographs "Cancer-conscious" physicians arc the goal of the program so

I I fresh Florida new potatoes. that early diagnosis will icsult in more cures Our Hide County Chapter has sponsored a con
I II series articles the viluc of earl diagnosis which have appeared on this page
Today cancer is treated by surgery -I Uterine cancer, which will take tinuing or
I x-rays, radioactive substances I the lives of some 14,000 women during the past sear Excellent !films are presented' at the Dade County Medical Association
and various drugs chemicalsand I this year, could be virtually ehm. se meetings which members mav view at their leisure The bulletin Ca" is issued monthly at no
hormones. This range of inated as a came of death if Fifty years ago few cancer patients charge and is a superb way to fill in on recent trends m the cancer field It is available on
treatment has greatly improved every woman had a "Pap" test had any hope of cure. Today request along with our other teaching aids on all pluses of cancer
the cure rate. See your doctor each year, according to the American one cancer patient in threeIs So- +11 Service to the patient Although,;: medical treatment is not offered because of the
every year for a health checkupto Cancer Society. This test being Support to clinics dressings
lety's April Crusade against Can- obvious extent of the problem many are supplied Transportation
make possible early detection should be included as part of an I ,
maketnn1eol"ltomv and laryngectomy;
and prompt use of the new tools annual health cer. To help cure more, give more. drugs and sickroom supplies( are available To guide\ sour :
checkup 11I excellent free booklets
for treatment. ; patients and help ease: Iheir rehabilitation the Cancer Siei'tv publishes
I Your patients will be grateful for this special interest
For all these reasons themcrican Cancer Smietv: needs your support. You need
the American: Cancer Societv for vour research our patients and your continuing growth asa

Here It Is physician Victor Chairman f 0, Dembrow Professional, MD Education. Committee

Diide Counts Unit


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65 Chevrolet ..1.1CO APRIL 30

... .... .,, ,. '/-Ton' Pick-Up C.AS H WAY to Employers file quarterly have social until April security 30

t Equipped. with directional signals, rear bumper, oil ()It.COD D ',DISCOUNTS -IVUY DA yt tax employees reports on wages during the paid first their 3 I

filter and all standard equipment. months of 1965, according to
0_ 'f}, Walter Kehoe, social security I I
5 POUNDS district manager In Tallahassee. '
., Limited Time Only S beautify Failure file these reports on
I 775I home Concrete time may cause a delay or loss
I Delivered in Tallahassee your of benefits due the worker and
with a Patch his family when he applies for
I payments at the time of retire
ment, disability, or death.
I Regular 60c Wages paid employees in a
I ECONOMY regular trade or business must
rN CASH. .be reported even though the total -
WAY wages may be small. Cash
wagesof household workers who
work In a private home must be
reported by all employers who
r 4 c pay cash wages of $50 or more
CLUB COUPE with heater oil filter -
: equipped to any employee during the cal-
directional endar
S 1 O The quarter.quarterly social security
Limited Time Only 9 9 tax report should show the em-
Delivered in Tallahassee | O ployee name, correct social
S POUND BOX I security account number, and
the amount of wages paid during
INSTANT COLD ,. the quarter.
Employers need tax form
PUTTY shave questions regarding their
USED preparation should get in touch
FIXITIVE with the Internal Revenue Ser
RIGUUR 1.1SHOMESHIELD vice. Social security Information
can be obtained by callingor
SPECIALS CARS visiting the Tallahassee social
ARS WAY' 86c security district office located -
at 306 W. Jefferson Street.
The office hours, Monday
Aluminum. Screen Door ---- through Friday, are 845 A.M.to .
5.00 P. M. and the telephone

1962 CHEVROLET 1961 BUICK low cost, no care number Is 2223515.
A representative from this office -
I.Uir 4oar. V-1, equipped 51595 4 .leer H.sd.p. Aidesad S1395 You tin Instate this bindseme slum) will beat the Courthousein
.with.......iNio.nli.. ,. slid h.r tr sir, vtwnattt tenditiM. sir ......ltleft,".. ................._ rum screen door yourMlf In 10 mlrvutti Crawfordville the 2nd Friday
be ..... .. ........... and nevi worry about acr.... of every month at 9:30 A, M.to .
doors again. No wirping, no pxlirf, assist persons in filing a claim
1959 CHEVROLET no ipllnttrlni no sticking' Stays or wan tIn g other information
1963 CHEVROLET $ beautiful year anti year.asre.dyw.tetnmete.rarwite. concerning social security mat-
1 895 ,Imp.1.! 2 .leer H......p with S795| ters.
IMPALA 4 Jaw H.r.....' with I FULL LINE
radio lit uttmctK
t r IraniMIWIM
nib, hMitr, .wesm.sIe Iraniminion .. ..?.........,.........., I.,....Ii.." ... tuning tt nmsygeanUdwereieerv.edsueI".s.W.
eel. p.w.r ....rllI". HALL MACK
PMM itWM.NMMNII tiM to...,. .1
19MOPELW ..UStful, ,......11I 1SnnlaN Ns.t.aNw CHROMEBATHROOM
1961 FALCON S7OC n.nsl.s..
4 lee MOM., roJIo, Reese ma* .et.- 8 !rl .. esuvwoeisae" euunReg.
1.514 ommMM, el r.** ,,... fJ| U FIXTURES
'J J

1962 FOR 19.95 ,.......

Vi 4 eW 'IMFALA """to,, .* rfU 295 Fuses coup. Future. ...,.. .". 4.;... eat... B UUAt/llr ..=.. t'., I
lie iAleti, footer.eel e..tHM'i. ,"...- A445e ............. ... tfwtsW I CASHWAY 1 796 1.35 I IWHWAY :

1962 S : $595 1963 Seyl.r CORVAIR Cesyeniller relii, ; twl l |fl M 6 95 LOW

3 diet MO** <.! .. .........__.... .. 1 sp l lnn.rlrtM. CU.nl | IASY

ALL OK USED CARS AND TRUCKS le ty-kee'e ovesfLL t I Ir
leeI..seed I

GUARANTEED FOR 25 MONTHS. Ask about this special War- II

ranty! Then art added reasons why more cars and trucks art LL LL.e I

sold by Alford Chevrolet than any other dealer in the Big Bendl!


C I FEMININE-Checked cotton
Alford Chevrolet : design gingham makes in a border a feminine print 01

1414 S. Monroe St. swimsuit with ruffled
327 N. Adam Sh flounce and drawstring
Phone 222-5630 224-3211 Phone 222-5655 neckline. Comes with matching
short cover-up By Ike

--'- -- -. -- -,-----'.--- -. .. ,. _. ___ l Wee" DeSIDS.t'AKULLA 1 I II


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!:! APRIL 2219946 More cMWren _o.er 1,000- TERRITORY CHANGE WORLD'S FAIR

I will die from cancer In 1965 than Are we melting gains against MADE BY SBA FLORIDA/ SHOW FREE

from any other d.Ia..... Prompt cancer t The American Cancer
diagnosis and treatment could I Society report that gain In dlagnoala Mr. Kennon H. Turner, Acting Lake Wales Fla. Sensibility
Cancer strikes with Increasing hav, land many of thus chU- and treatment hare helped Regional Director, Small might well be the theme of Florida -
frequency with advancing age. dren. The American Cancer So- make) possible the saving of the Business Administration, Jacksonville '. participation in the 1965

Fhe American Cancer Society dety urges all parent to know more than 1,800,000 American. Florida announced New York World's Fair if the

urges all adulta to have a health the ejrtnptomi of childhood can- now alive, cured of cancer. Everyman today that jurisdiction over the sponsors of the state's plan are

eckup each year aa their best car and to consult a doctor at the and woman la urged to hay Panhandle Area of Florida indicative.
protection against death from first lien l of such a symptom. an annual health checkup. Early which covers all counties west Florida's World Fair Commission -

cancer. Fight cancer with a checkop April la (".r tuade against Cancer diagnosis and prompt treatment of the Apalachicola River will is offering two much sought
and a check. Month. Support the research: education are the beet hope for a cure. be transferred from the Birming- after facilities In New York,
and aerrlce of, ham Office of the SBA to the free attractions and a place to
the American Cancer Society. 'I Jacksonville Office, effective sit down. Now, a Lake Wales .r
I I I April 26, 1965. The Jacksonville firm, Chalet Suzanne Foods, is s aM t,
a to offer ,
Office of SBA is locatedin cooperating program
i the Jacksonville National I a reasonably priced meaL
Bank Building 47 West Forsyth Chalet Suzanne along with
Everything i Street, Telephone No. 354- Harris Seafoods of Port Royal, t:,, '. tAu
S; 7111, Extension 521. S. C. will provide foods for a ';'' .
You'll A representative from the soup and salad bar at the Underground ,

.e.v: Birmingham Office of SBA has World Homes pavilion.Two :
Chalet Suzanne Soup-and- /
been holding monthly interview .
Need sessions with businessmen at the Salad bars will be situated! in M ,
oflce.ofthe Chamber of Com- the transportation area. ,.'* 11
merce at Panama City and Pen- The menu lists such salads as ., ." '"

sacola. This service will be I green, chef's crab and shrimp, t' : .
continuedbya representative oi tomato aspic along with four : :

the Jacksonville Office of SBA. of Chalet sot,.., either hot or :,
m 0.1. GRAML1HG Smallbusinessmen interested ir cold, each day from its 14 var- !fI

advice or financial assistance ieties. .. ''' "l'
from SBA should contact their At the Florida pavilion, there
Ii and Co. ', nearest Chamber foran appoint. will be a free water ski show } "' .- ,.:. !':: \.. ,;t!, ''; I

( ment with the SBA representative with 8,000 seats with a Florida ..'..t. :

.'a PHONE 222-4812 as follows orange juice the me, a free'porpoise di., 4' t.'t(9 ,',4 ,."'1'y/. ; : '
E. Panama City- Bay County show with 2,000 seats anda 1". ,f! #< \.
Chamber of Commerce, Third free exhibition. '
FEEDSEEDFERTILIZER Wednesday of each month, .. ; > .,. .fUI
Telephone Sunset 5-5206. 1E',1 .I.b; )

Pensacola Greater Pensacola SOPCHOPPY SPRING :.aanir 4.

Chamber of Commerce, Third ,.,H ,

Thursday of each month, Tele- FESTIVAL SET FOR ... ..' .... ..... 'I'; >,\ ,". ,.,. .. --
phone 438-8516. APRIL 23RDThe Mrs. Tommy Beyis

Sopchoppy PTA annual

BABY CHICKS CRAVFORDVILLEPERSONALS Spring Festival will be held Wedding Solemnized
April 23rd at the Sopchoppy
,." High School. Events will beginat

Mrs. Johnle Umbjugh, Larry sundown with a fish supper.
and Gary Ken, spent the week- Following this will be games, Saturday AfternoonMiss
end in Lakeland visiting rela- contests, fish ponds, the cake
tives. walk and cake sale. Highlighting -
the evening will be the cor- Barbara Gall Hobbs The attendants wore gownsof
TOJMTO-PEPPER-OSIlON PLANTS Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carlan, onation of the King and Queen daughter of Mr. and MM. organza featuring V necklines ) -
Gary and Eddie, from Atlanta and their court. Alex Hobbs St. Marks be- and full skirts. The maidof
spent the weekend with Mrs.Caren's The candidates for the King honor and the
and Dusters came the bride of Tommy Be- wore green
Sprayers parents, Mr. and Mrs and Queen contests ares 12th I via son of Mr. and Mrs. bridesmaids dresses were yel

Henry Smith. Grade (Miss Smith), Sharon James Bevis, Saturday afternoon
Insecticides White and Ray Graham; 11th Marks Baptist low.Headpieces bows with
Mr. and Mrs. Carlson Whaley at St. were
had as their guest over the Grade (Mrs. Welch), Audrey Church, with the Rev. Fred Elusion veils In the colors
arden Tools weekend Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Taylor and Mike Falk; 10th Harrison officiating. matching their dresses. Each

Whaley ens Ft. Benning, Ca., Grade (Mr. Payne), Wanda Cox An arch of white taper ant) attendant carried a bouquetof

Peat Moss I, and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Rogers (Grade boy not(Mr.selected Scott), as Trudy yet);Cros-10th emerald palma formed a back yellow and white chrysan-
from Tallahassee. which
ground at the altar themums.
I. by (boy not selected as yet). .
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bonyataand Candidates for Duke and Duchess was flanked with arrangements Jimmy Jones, Fort Lauderdale -
children from Tallahassee are 9th Grade (Mrs. Har- of white mixed flowers was best man. Ushers
visited friends in Crawfordville rell), Linda Pigott and Thur- and seven branch candelabra were Kenny BevIs and George

I ,....,.. ParklaSgo.I J over the weekend. m a n Roddenberry; 8th gradeMr. with lighted white tapers. Tag,Fort Lauderdale; George
( Barfield), Starr Rudd and The bride, given in marri- Stoner ThomasvlUe, Ga.;
Jack Pearce, son of Mr. and Columbus 7th Grade her father wore a
White age by Stickle Adams, Graceville, and
Mrs. Moody Pearce came home (Mr. Deese), Carolyn Nichols gown of Imported organza designed Allen Hobbs St. Marks.
last Saturday after finishing his and Tom 7th Grade
the Air Force. ; with raised waistline The of the bride entertained
four-yearduty In Mrs. Anita Whet- parents
( Johnston),
l He had as his guest over the stone and Bruce Avila. belled skirt and chapel train. with a reception

I; weekend a friend, Don Morris, The candidates for Prince and Alencon lace and seed pearl aboard the Tenneco House

from Austin Texas. Jerry Princess contests ares 6th Grade applique accented the bodice, Boat on the SL Marks River
Pearce from Tallahassee also
the weekend with her (Mrs. Strickland),Shirley Crum front of the skirt, and the following the ceremony.
spent par- Ronald 5-6 Grade
i and Kilgore; train. Assisting were Miss Ann
ents. (Mrs. Wasilewski), Beth Kyle Nails Miss Joan Cotton Miss

s I I II II II Ii Ii Ii The weekend guests of Mr. and Delbert Roberts; 5th Grade Her headpiece was a,crown Ruby Huff, St. Marks; Miss '
(Miss Turner), Esther Nichols of pearls and Austrian cut
I and Mrs. Harold Blanton were Glynda Sue Adams, Grace
Blanton's Mr. and and Jimmy Kilgore; 4th Grade crystals holding a yell of silk]
i Mr. parents wills, and Miss Nan Norman
Mrs. H. H. Blanton from Troy, (Mrs. Defore), Helen Rousseyand illusion. Thomson, Ga.FoUowln1 .
David Caraway; 3rd Grade Miss June Hobbs Stapleton
Ala. and Miss Linda Blanton
I from,Pensacola. Linda is teach- (Mr. Dean). Carrie Porter and Ga., war maid of honor. their wedding trip
in Pensacola.Mr. Bob Nichols; 3rd Grade (Mrs. Bridesmaids were Miss! Cynthia the couple will be at home
ing Simmons), Dawn Roussey and Cotton, Miss Susan Ladd April 24 at Vickers Trailer

I Henry: Crum of Panaceahas Wayman Brlnson; 2nd Grade and Miss Anne Lambert SL Village.
i returned home from Tallahassee (Mrs. Boone), Tawanda Bowen The bridegroom is a studentat
Marks. Charles Williams-
and Danny Brinson 2nd Grade was
Memorial Hospital.Mr. ; Lively Technical School
i ([Mrs. Ray), Melinda Evans and ring bearer. .

and Mrs. Thomas Craw- Mac Kemp; 1st Grade (Mrs. FLORIDA MEDICS TO
ford spent the weekend' In Rhoden), JoAnn Revell and MINORS AND LICENSEES
Denton Bowen; 1st Grade (Mrs. MEET APRIL 22-25
i/j/ Thomaston, Ca., visiting Mr. .
Crawford's Ledebur), Llta White and Joe
parents.Mr. MathIs. Jacksonville, April 20 Flo
A strong word of caution was rida's medical doctors will con-
I'"i B. C. High is a patientIn Proceeds from the festival are Issued by Mr. Ren Morris, Director vene April 22-25 at Miami
used to needed
Tallahassee Memorial Hos purchase equip of the State Beverage Department Beach for the 91st annual meetIng -.
ment for the Schools.
MAKE pital. Sopchoppy to minors and licen- of the Florida Medical As-
4 sees alike. sociation. Closed-circuit tele-
The Department has offered vision will be utilized extensively -
Envelope Maker Licks complete assistance to local police for scientific sessions In the

and sheriff departments to maJor subject areas of heart disease -
YOUR Sealing ProblemWEST combat the sale of alcoholic cancer and rehabilitation. -

% s beverages to minors.Mr. Televised clinical demonstrations -
CARROLLTON. O. Monls further stated that and discussions originating
J By borrowing a trick from he minors caught purchasing, possessing In M1 I a m 1's Jackson
adhesive bandage, an envelope man or consuming alcoholic Memorial Hospital will be
ufacturer has licked the sealing beverages will be dealt with beamed to physicians gatheredin
HOME BIGGER BETTER! problem.A severely. the Americana Hotel, Bal
j ,. False I.D. cards are being used Harbour.Dr. .
strip of backing tape covers by minors to purchase bever- Samuel M. Day of Jacksonville -
he pressure sensitive adhesive on ages. The presentation of this association president,
The time is before he Bap. Just peel and seal, withno false identification or a verbal said the 5,200 member organi-
now, summer, to make your home an even better
need for a messy sponge or statement misrepresenting his or zation's four day convention also
water pot. Sticky surfaces are not her age is also a violation of will Include scientific
place to live. With a little aid from us in the form of a 'loan, you'll be exposed until used to there is no Florida Statutes. lectures, films and exhibit',

storage problem when air is humid. In welcoming these teenagers sessions of delegates from the

surprised how handsome your home can be mode. i Peel and seal envelopes were developed to Florida, Morris asserted "We county medical societies, and
hope Spring vacation In individual
by J Karolton Envelope Division your meetings of state
r 1 1t'II of Kimberly-Clark Florida will be a most pleasantone medical specialty and other allied -
Corporation. -
but we also must Insist that groups. The association's
about the
They cost same as
COOL-An ace on or off the conventional clasp and glue closure your holiday be non-alcoholic. woman's auxiliary also will be
courts is this double knit the meeting separately at the same
company reports.
cotton shirt with built-in time.
We suggest you take the following steps if you wish to improve natural stretch. In authentic That mouth leaves a good taste in your
maroon and navy stripes on
white, it's by Donmoor
your home. First check your home for all repairs or
BILLY GRAHAM TO PEA Lists-TLegislative Proposals I

alterations that APPEAR IN DOTHAN
you wish to make. Second, compile a com

Evangelist Billy Graham will -
plete estimate including material and labor costs. And 'last, conduct a crusade in Dothan, The following statement was to the needs that should be met program.

Alabama. He will conduct services Issued by the Executive Com- now. If there is to be
Improvement -
come to the bank with your information and apply for your in the RIp-Hewes Stadium :: mittee of the Florida Education costs Everyone La every Is aware aspect of of Increased educa- in education any or if we are
Dothan Saturday and Sunday, Association and the Classroom eveatohold
our own hi Florida
I tion and is also ,
April 24-25. The Saturday ser- Teacher Department Chairmanon everyone aware the members of the
home improvement loan. Our loon costs ore reasonable.And vice will begin at 7:30 P.M., April IS, 1965 that Florida other has drawn states from which and other officials must Legislature look at
and the afternoon The the Governorand teachers, have-
Sunday service proposals by the situation realistically
taken rather
you can repay monthly from income and take as long as will commence at three o'clock.Mr. tome of the leadership of their plans for dramatic financing step their in provide the additional funds required
Graham will the which before
speak la Legislature are It Is the responsibility
other Alabama cities during this the: 1965 Legislature for financing own programs. of citizens and
36 months to :Start educators to Insist -
pay. improving home Thepropoalsof these legisla-
your today.
crusade. He was asked to go the elementary and second- tive leaden that essential needs of education -
envision additional
to Alabama at tills particulartime ary school programs are unrealistic ';, be met
during this legislative
by the Alabama Ministerial and unsound for the kind of financing from county sources, session. A
but none from the state at this statement of
Association.Mr. school cit :
program responsible these essential needs has been
time. Most counties In Florida
Graham cancelled of Florida for their
an engagement Rill expect supplied to the Governor
and to
no of
possibility obtaining
la England to appear children. the legislators.
la the troubled state of Alaba- la brief these proposals Includes significant additional Income Unless the citizens
from local sources at least for express vlg-
ma, (1) educationat
( ) Financing
orously to the
its present Inadequate level the next year. Proposing that the Governor and to
LEWIS STATE ((2)Allowing[ ) little or no expen-I these aounreawWleovidethe have educational their needs desire to

BANKFlorida's M.JI8, 1852-M..acbu-, lion of needed services, such asI' therefore additional is financing misleading necessary and they must assume full met respon-now ,

setts became the first state handicapped!) child program, wholly unrealistic Ability for any lack of effectiveness -
vocational education, adult education
in the Union to pus a ..tatutemaldnl' and Some may anticipate federal In the educational *r o-
library services .
school attendance and((3))Increasing appropriations funds, but actually all federal gram.Citisenscanhavewbatever

Oldest compulsory for children be- to allow only for pupil growth, fC'OpoIIlJrelateto poverty areas quality of education I'
the of eight and] andrequlre in the main new want
tween ages Ignoring increasing costs, and tad ue willing to payfeT.
Member Federal (Deposit Insurance Corporation. fourteen years. postponing until 1967 facing up fC'OgramawhlcbwWalllst little, I
If any, with the basic school