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: February 10, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Probably won't do any good, Fire damage to Florida's for- WORKSHOPThe
but to be in keeping with everyone R. Wheaton, ests during 1965 both in num- Executive Committee of I.U A
else we must say that our County Agent ber of wildfires and the total the Tallahassee District Wo-
- cold weather snap just didn't acreage burned was among men's Society of Christian Service -
" seem like Florida. Sunday's Pecan trees that bear nuts year the lowest on record, according The Methodist Church, is t
sunshine brought people out on In and year out are somewhat a to State Forester C. H. Coulter.It sponsoring a Workshop on Social
the highways of Wakulla County rarely unless they receive proper was the eighth time in the Issues of 1966, to be conducted : Y
noted again the trek from fertilizer and care. Some years last nine years that less than one Tuesday, February 15, in the f 1
Tallahassee to the coast for Sun- you may !have a tree that is ex- per cent of the state's protected Fellowship Hall of Trinity Meth-
day dinner If you haven't tremely loaded with nuts and the woodlands had burned, he said. odist Church, Tallahassee. The .
been to Shell Point Beach and next year the same tree will The total acreage burned was get-acquainted period when
enjoyed the fine meals at the have few or none at all. Thereis just over one half of one per- coffee will be served, will begin -
new restaurant, don't pass it up a logical reason for this eratie cent of the 18, 729,972 protected at 9:30 A.M. with the
.. Tally City Commissioner production when you stop to forest acres.HoweverS opening session starting at 10:00
Mayor George Taff is the gen- think about it. It takes a great 734 destructive A.M. Adjournment time is
ial host at Shell Point and most deal of nutrients to produce the wildfires swept thru 99,153 for 3:00: P.M.Theme.
every Sunday you will see his mass of leaves on the pecan tree est acres during the period end- for the Workshop is t 1
dad, Beatty Taff, the developerof as well as the blooms, and nuts. ed December 31, 1965. "Redemptive Dialogue". Ruel
this new recreation area This supply of nutrients can be Despite i an increase of 482 Howe begins his book on dialo- -e b761i f
When the weather warms up you depleted quite drastically driv- fires and 31,000 acres burned, que with the statement that
can look for a lot of folks to ing a season of heavy nut production the year compared well with every man is a potential adver-
start enjoying the new facilitiesat and because of the soil 1964. More fires and more sary, even those whom we love '
both Shell Point and Spring reaction it may take 2 to 3 yearsto acres burned, but the total a- and that it is only through dialogue {IJ
Creek, a new motel and restau- replenish enough nutrients to mount of land under protectionwas that we are saved from !
rantat Spring Creek. .. Politicsare make another crop If no fertilizer considerably larger. On this enmity toward one another.
getting to be the topic of is added back to the soil. July 1, 1965, almost one half Areas to be considered at the \
conversation around the county Now there is one more factor million additional acres were Workshop are the United Nations .kII1l I
.1. This May's Primary will find which accounts for poor or no brought under protection when National Council of Chur- ,, .
3 school board members and 2 production in neglected pecan fire control units were set up in ches, United Church Women, f
county commissioners seeking treesthis isa zinc deficiency, Dade, Dixie, Lafayette and Alcohol and Related Problems, I
re-election to keep the local an element which is an absolute Okeechobee Counties. and the Central Jurisdiction )'
At this within the Methodist Church. .\ k
tongues wagging. necessity for pecans to produce. Coulter explained that the figures \
writing the re are 3 announced ft you have a few pecan treesor are for the 57 protected Guest speakers will be Mrs. t i
for the House seat for the new several and are interested in counties and do not include fires Thomas Harris of Ocala; Mrs. Pictures show, left to right, Cub Scouts of Pack 126 watching start of 1st Annual Hardwood Model
3countydistrictDonald Tucker bringing them back into production which occurred in those countiesnot Norwood Phelps, Mrs. Edwin B. Derby sponsored in cooperation with Trooper C. W. Moore recently at Crawfordville In horseshoe
of Crawfordville, James Bock- you can follow this general protected by Florida Forest White, and Mrs. William H. formation they ares Jim Reeves, Mike Reeves, Johnny Golden, Randy Sanders, Billy Harper, George
elman of East Point, and Oliver rule of thumb. An 8-8-8 fer- Service fire control units. He Maness, all of Jacksonville.Mrs. Lewis Harper, Bill Moore, Gene Strickland, Bobby Chambers, David Rehwinkel, Terry Nai worth,
Nash of Apalachicola .. The tilizer is recommended at 112to estimated that more than 15 per- Harris and her husband Jack Townsend, Billy Pigott and Terry Posey. Each racer built and carved from hardwood is in front

new district comprises Franklin, 2 pounds for each year of age cent of the 2,000,000 unprotected served as missionaries In China I of the owner on racing tract. _____ ________________ _______ ____ ___
Wakulla, and Jefferson counties of the tree for the first 20 years.A forest acreage burns annual and Sarawak under the Board of ----
.. It may be well to note mature tree should receive lye Missions of the Methodist SOPCHOPPY MYF j
that the Representative from the bout 40 pounds of fertilizer each "The three main causes of for Church. They were compelledto ANNOUNCES SUPPERThe -
above district will serve with 2 year. This should be applied est fires are still men, women, leave China'because of Communist tl
senators, one from the 5th and around the first of February each and children, aid Coulter. aggression. MYF of Sopchoppy '
one from the 10th district -Jefferson year. "People caused more than 90 Mrs. Phelps has just completed nounces a supper of chicken and '.l
is in the 10th and Franklin Zinc in the form of zinc sulphate percent of our forest fires and four years as president of the dumplings to be served at the
and Wakulla are in the 5th ((89% grade) can be ap- half of those were deliberatelyset I, Florida Division of the United Methodist Church In Sopchoppy : r
District It is the concensusof plied anytime of the year but in on lands belonging to others.Ughtningwasresponsibieforon I Nations Association of the U.S.A. .- next Saturday,February 19,beginning -
opinion found in my travels neglected tre e s should be ap- At the Invitation of President at 5:30 P.M. Tickets '
that Cabinet appointments by plied attime fertilizer appli- ly 8.2 percent of the fires. I Johnson, she attended a for the supper are Adults, i.--: : e
Governor Bums has put qualifiedmen cation. special White House conference $1.00; and Children, SOt. Proceeds vt\\
in these positions and that Moss Is somewhata problem in I International Cooperation last of the supper will go toward 1 ;
they are doing their job In a some trees ants it is more practical fUOUA ANNOUNCES November. Mrs. Phe'ps is a the camp fund. L #
.admirable manner..iWonder to pull the moss with a long Presbyterian and I3p srnted her a r
when the ground' will | pole and hook in just a few trees APPOINTMENTS TO denomination at the 1 '3 World
be broken for the new consoli- but if you have a large number SERVICE ACADEMIES Council of Churches Conference METHODIST MEN OF THE : I
dated school in Medart. .. Or- you can spray the trees with 8 to in India, and the 1958 World DISTRICT I TO MEET 4 T; j
chide this week go to Ralph 10 pounds of copper sulphate in Congressman Don Fuqua today Christian Education ConventionIn
Martin, C'ville principal, whois 100 gallons of water during the announced four principal appointees TokyoJapan.Mrs. Methodist men from the Tallahassee i
doing an outstanding job and dormant season. to the nation's service White is currently serv- District will meet this
we urge a 11 parents of this schoolto If you are planning to plant a academies from the Ninth Con- ing on the General Board of E- coming Saturday, February 19, I
look at the facts rather than few trees the recommended varieties gressional District. vangelismofThe Met hod Is, at the John Wesley Methodist J & ,
let petty personality quirks by are Stuart, Curtis and Elliott Fuqua named Samuel C. Pop- Church (National), the Board 01 Church in Tallahassee. The : S
some people influence your because of their resistanceto pell of Perry as principal ap- Directors of the Methodist Com- meeting will begin at 10:00; A.
thinking. .. Crawfordville Methodist I scab. pointee to the Air Force Aca- munity Center of Jacksonville, M. and last until 3:00 P.M.
Church will''celebrate its ; If you would like to have a demy and Richard A. Cwinn, the State Board of Managers foi Outstanding speakers from the
100th Anniversary this year .. bulletin covering this subject of whose father Is a career service United Church Women of flori- Atlanta area will bring inspiring !
Hats off this week to Trooper'I pecans, there are two, "Insects officer from Quincy, as principal da, holding the office of State messages to challenge all 4 4ti
C. W. Moore and his! lovely II and Diseases of the Pecan Flo appointee to West Point. Chairman of World Community men of this area.
wife for their interest in Cub rida" and "Pecan Production James E. Seary of Marianna Day, and the Executive Com- All Methodist men of this
Scouting .. So to C of C President Guide for Florida". These are and Robert Franklin Smith of mittee of the Jacksonville Chap- county are urged to attend this
B. Wilson, lets all pull''' free if you would call or come I Canabelle both received principalappointmentsto ter of the United Nations Asso- important meeting.APAIACHICOIA ti
together for a bigger and bet- by the County Agent's Office. the Naval ciation. .g' e
ter Wakulla Count/ Academy at Annapolis. I Mrs. White was President of the VALLEY
The Thirty Day Agricultural Named as alternate candidates Florida Conference Woman's So- CONFERENCE TOURNY
Weather Outlook for the monthof for the Air ForceAcademy were c let y of Christian Service for
TOWN AND COUNTRY February for South Georgia, Douglas Quigg, Sopchoppy; Joseph five years; Secretary SpiritualLife The A. V. C. Tournament 1. \ ''sr'' v t ,
Southeast Alabama and North- F. Hull, III, Marianna Cultivation the Woman's ,
SERVE ; will open at the Crawfordvillegym
WORKER TO TIRES FOR REEF-Harry Smith, chairman Wakulla County Devel-
west Florida Issued by the Wea- James Franklin Sellers, Altha; Division of Christian Service
tonight, February 10, with and Parks Commission on the left inspects cement
opment 3,000
WAKULLA COUNTYA ther BureauAdvisory Agricultural and Malcolm Brady, Live Oak. (National) for four years; and a its 1st two The
games. Green weighted tires with Durwood Vause, vice president of the Panacea
Meteorologist, Georgia Alternates named for the Na- member the General Board of Devils of Carrabelle
will meet Chamber of Commerce. The tires are being prepared at Trade
Coastal Plain Experiment Station valAcademy were William David Missions and of the the
church worker will begin Gators
new Wewahitchka.
Wind docks on the Ochlockonee River. They will be added to the
Tifton, Georgia February Wilson, Crawfordville and Council of The Methodist Church
her activities in the The second
near 2, 1966. Del Conner game will pit the two 20-acre artificial reefs near Panacea in the Gulf, which are SO
future in Wakulla County. Sheis Wayne Tallahassee. for eight years. Yellow Jacket. of Sopchoppy per cent complete. The building of the reefs are a joint operationof
Mrs. Lyon Crosby of Greens- Temperatures during February Given alternate appointmentsto Mrs. Maness is Secretary of against the Sharks of Apalachi the State Conservation Department, Wakulla County Commis-
are expected to average much West Point were Wlnfrled Christian Social Relations for
boro, Fla., who has been em- cola. The other
below teams in sion, Seminole Asphalt Corp and the Wakulla Development and
ployed by the Women's Divisionof normal over all of the Burke, Tallahassee; Genous Sanders the Jacksonville District Wo- the A.V. C., Bristol and Craw- Parks Commission.
the Board of Missions of the Trl-State Agricultural Area. Hodges, III, whose father is man's Society of Christian Ser- fordville, are Idle until Friday
Methodist Church. Her work Daily mean temperatures will a career serviceman from Man vice. night.
comet under the Church and average between 48 and 56 de- anna; and Edward Lee Spence, Among other program participants At 7:00 o'clock Friday,Bristol i t' "
Community Program of the grees. Dally maximum temp- whose father is a career service- will be Mrs. Ralph D. will play the winner of the Sop- jJ;l !.
Town and eratures will average between man from Tallahassee. Newman of Quincy, President of choppy-
Country Advisory Chapman g a me while ; ,
Committee of the TallahasseeDistrict. 58 and 68 degrees with after- the Florida Conference Woman's host Crawfordville will send its ar ,q ,it 1

This Committee Isl noon temperatures reaching 70 Society of Christian Service, and Panthers against the winner of It '"" i I .
composed of women of the District degrees or higher on 3 to 5 days EDWARD M. COX Mrs. Jack Anderson of Tallahassee the Carrabelle-Wewa game. t." !
WSCS and the District during the period. Daily mini- wife of the Rev. Jack Anderson Consolation Finals will be
Town and Country Commission.Mrs. mum temperatures are expected Edward Marion Cox 38 station Pastoral Counselor for held Saturday night starting at
Crosby will call among the; to average between 39 and manager for National Airlines the Methodist Churches within 7:30. The Consolation I)
families of Wakulla County and 47 degrees with early morning In Tallahassee, died Tues the Tallahassee District. will be between the Friday game night
give leadership to Weekday temperatures falling to 32 degrees day morning at his home at The Workshop is under the direction losers while Friday night winners
Children's groups as well as or lower on 3 to 5 morn- 1633 Airport Drive. He was a of Mrs. D. L. Hood of meet for the last game.
guidance to Church School tea- Ings during the period. native of Pensacola and had liv- Tallahassee, who is Secretary of Admission prices are 50* students j'r
chers and women's activities of| Rainfall during the next 30 ed in Tallahassee for the past Christian Social Relations the and $1.00 for adults.
the Methodist Churches in the days is expected to average between nine years. Tallahassee District. Assisting
area. 4.00and 6.50 inches occurring He was a veteran of WW n, a Mrs. Hood with local arrangements -
Mrs. Crosby is an active mem- mostly as general rains member of the Chamber of are Dr. George A. Foster, LOCAL YOUTHS MAKE
ber of the Greensboro Metho- I on 7 to 10 days during the per Commerce, and a member of Pastor of TrinityMethodlst DEAN'S LIST AT FSU
dist Church, serving as Chair- iod. the Moose Lodge in Albany, Ca. Church, Mrs. E. V. Fisher, Mrs.J. .
man of the Commission on I Sunshine during February II expected Funeral services were held today O. Wessinger, Jr., Mrs. Ro- Tallahassee, Feb. 4 TheDean's
Membershipand Evangelism, as I to average about 55% of at 3:00 P.M. at J. A. Cul- bert Peters Mrs. Coyle E. List for Trimester I, con-
well as a Church School teacher possible with several periods of ley and Sons Funeral Home Chapel Moore, and Mrs. John T. Se- taining the names of full-time
and WSCS leader. She is extended cloudiness. with the Rev. R. P. Tom- well, Sr. undergraduate students making
a pa it president of the WSCSof Soil temperatures are expected berlin officiating. Burial followed Mrs. Hood has announced that the highest grade averages dur-
the Tallahassee District and to hold at seasonal lows during in Roselawn Cemetery. the Workshop is open to all Interested ing the trimester, was announced %
has been active In the Florida most of February with 4- Survivors Include his wife, members of the Wo- by Florida State University
Conference WSCS organization. inch bare 0 11 temperatures a- Mrs. Edna H. Cox; a-son, Jeffrey man's Societies and Wesleyan today.To .

I In addition to her deep concern, veraging between 48 and 58 de- Lynn three Cox brothers, both of Tallahassee Service Guilds In the Tallahassee make the Dean's List students ______________ _
for the need of Christian workIn <' gre es. ; Dayton District and their friends. must have carried 12 or ,
i, Town and Country, especially I' and Cecil, both of Pensacola, All presidents, circle chair- more trimester hours and (in the DERBY WINNERS State Highway Patrolman Charles Moore presents -
among children, she comes, and John, USAF in Germany; men, program chairmen, and Schools of Business, Home Economics trophies to winners of the 1st Annual Model Hardwood Cub
trained as a teacher to serve in four sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Mea- secretaries of Christian Social Music and Social Wel- Scout Derby at Crawfordville High School. From left arcs Trooper
this new field. She will work CRAIVFORDVILLE I cham, Okeechobee, Mrs. Helen Relations, are urged to attend. fare and in the basic studies pro Moore, Billy Harper, speed winner; Bill Moore, 2nd place win-
closely with Rev. Jesse Bakerof I PERSONALSMr. Mrs.Jemigan, Mrs. Ellen Leidig and Every district and local officer gram must have earned a grade ner in appearance; and Billy Pigott, 1st place winner In appear
the Sopchoppy-Crawfordville Opal McCurdy,all of Pen- should find the Workshop, with average of B or higher ((3.0)). ance and 2nd place winner for speed.
Charge and with Rev. Roger and Mrs. Moody Pearce cola.sacola;and his father,.of Pensa its discussions, question and ans- Students In the College of Arts
Stimson of the WoodvilJe-Wa-1 spent last weekend at Dayton wer periods, and opportunities and Sciences and School of Engineering -
kulla Charge. Dr. Robert C. Beach. for "Redemptive dialogue", a Selenewere requiredto DAILY DOUBLEIn A typical CARE Food Crusade
Holmes, District Superintendent,, have beneficial experience. earn a 3.25 avenge and stu- Sierra Leone, "the CARE" package, for needy families in
of the Tallahassee District of, The following home from people Tallahassee Little Hank Creech has been Those attending are asked to dents In the Schools of Educationand U the name children give to the Greece: contain 4H Ibi. milk
the Methodist Church, met with i Memorial Hospital:'Mrs. J. D. real sick with chickenpox Is bring t sandwich lunch.A Nursing were required to daily school lunch the agency' powder (make 18 qU.), 10 lb..
Mrs. Crosby, Rev. Baker and Turner Wakulla: Mr. W. W. much better now. nursery will be provided for earn a 3.5 average for their Food Crusade provides for 82,200))flour, 5 Ibi. corn deal, 7.7 Ibe.
Rev. Stimson on Wednesday bf I ; Mr. Nelse preschool age children.A names to appear on the Dean's pupil One schoolgirl sent this'cooking oiL Deliveries are made
Branch Wakullai
this week to discuss the details, ; and Mrs. Sara Smith's brotherinlaw List. not: "In our class, we thank all :In the names of Americans) who
of this new Roddenbexry, Sopchoppy Ed Cox, passed away Tuesday new section of Florida'rCypress the kind people In America who 'Mnd a dollar-per-packag to
program. I Mrs. Loll Willis, Spring Creek. Saundra Evans and Julian 1- I
Gardens U
Fantasy send I
morning in Tallahassee. Lewis from Crawfordville M CARE. Pray God to make 11'CARE, New York 40018.
land. a children's jungle featuring Jr., 'them to meet
up their need
"almost real" wild animals. were named to the Dean's List. dnnKU I


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COUNTY NEWS WSCS MEETSThe wig, Herman Gray Julian
Hughes, Thomas Craven, Lee
Thur. '".February 11966') Typing. Full or part- Methodist Mr. Joseph Beislnger, age 72, Mallon and Frank Peikert.
time. Details $1.00. B & B Competent man or woman interested members of the of Lanark died suddenly last Sat-
R. L. Funeral Home
WAKULLA Research Enterprises, P. O. Box Mrs. Callie T. Alligood, age in making money now Woman' Society of Christian urday afternoon at his home.Funeralservices Carrabelle Riley o
and In the future to refill and Crawfordvill. was In charge of ar
196, Holcomb, Missouri 63852. 67, of Carrabelle, died Tuesday Service of the were held
COUNTY NEWS'' 2t2310. night, February 1st, suddenly, collect money from our new super Church were invited to. meet Tuesday morning at 11.00 A.M. I rangements.
coin operated dlspensen. WSCS on
enroute to the hospital. with the Sopchoppy Funeral Home
No in the R. L. RHey
soliciting original account 8.
WAlnm 1-1301 Funerallervtcti were held Tuesday afternoon, February The Rev. Glenn Tot-
T.l ph Thursday at 300P.M. in the A very interesting officiated and burial followed -
BtytofpofttuDd ownti- man DAIRY
R. L. Funeral Home Cha- was given W REPORT
progra Cemetery.He
in Evergreen
nrast haw $600.00
I) FOR HOUSE WIRING ELECTRIC The Rev. Glenn Totman $19000 and two district officers -
pel. to Invest and 0 to 10 Sopchoppy: was a resident of Franklin Dairymen run big herds in
MOTOR REPAIR, APPLIANCE I officiated and after services ale hours w*e k ly. For interview from Tallahassee.A County for past 7 years, coming Florida where the grass grows
Virginia K.lahtle l ... Edits REPAIR, AND ElEC- was flown to Miami for burial in write Interstate Merchandise, dessert course was served from New York, and was a retir- the year around on grazing
TRIC BLANKETS ----------- : Southern Memorial Cemetery Rochester, Minnesota Include carrying out the Valentine mo- ed Mechanical Engineer. lands. Expenses run $84,400000
Fred KlRhtly .. .' 'abliahet CALL TERRY HARRIS, WO 2- !i She was a member of the Holy phone. tif. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. per year for the state's 188.000
2422, SOPCHOPPY, FLA. ': Cross Episcopal Church, a past 1t1216. Attending from Crawfordville Beisinger, Lanark; 1 dairy cattle including $45 mil
Anna lion spent for feed, $12.1 million
Entered at CrawfordvllU, Florid 210172433. C. L. Rehwlnkel,
Great Pocahontas of the Degreeof were Mrs. Mrs. Swen-
Gertrude for hired labor, $2.3 millionfor
ki second due matter. Subtrrlption Pocahontas, and a member of CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH Mrs. Ed Levy,Mrs. George Staf-and ninTBerkely, grand- fertilizer seed and lime
the Royal Neighbors. SCHOOL NEWS ford, Mrs. Charles Davis children and 3 great-grandchild- and $25 million for other expenses
r'Ut.$3 00 per year, Survivors are her husband, Plas Mrs. John Paulig. .
f ,. LEGAL Alligood, Sr., of Carrabelle; 1 BY Wanda MetcalfThe ren I

daughter, Mrs. Beryle Murray of
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NOTICES' : Miami; 1 son, Plas Alligood, Panthers were slated for a ." '
rida Judge,In Jr., of Miami; 1 sister, Mrs. series of games this past week- .
HENRY WILLIAMS J Janle Cleary, Miami; 1 half- end. Perry marked the first : In ret Estate brother, Bert Stokes, St. Augus- game held in the C.H.S. gym. .
REALTYReg. I. W. Willis, also known ..\ J. tine; 6 grandchildren and 1 They led with 129 points to the ;{ ,3 ,
W. Willis, Jr., greatgrandchild.R. Panthers 43 points. Don Currie j ji
Deceased.To L. Riley Funeral Home of led the team with 15 points and 43 +

Real Estate Brohei Creditors and Persons Carrabelle was in charge of arrangements Dusty Cook followed with 13
Having Claims or Demands A- I points. The B team was defeated -
St. Marks Fla. gainst Said Estate as Perry's J. D. 's pilled ap 1l:
points totaling 41 points toCrawfordvllle
Phone 74I You and each of you are here- 's 25 points. Tom-
by notified and required to pre LEGAL NOTICESIn my Core scored 11 pot'rte fa be

REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES sentanyclaims and demands The Circuit Court of the top scorer for the Panthers. David -
which you, or either of you, Harvey followed with 7
Second Judicial Circuit of Flo-
Associate: may have against the estate of J. points.. The panthers played
rlda In and For Wakulla
W. Willis also known W.
as J. their
W. second game Saturday
Hatcher, Sr. County. At Law.
Willis, Jr., deceased, late of night with the Gators at Wewa-
Phone Wt 6.3201 said No. 447.
County-to County Judge hltchka. The varsity team
of Wakulla County, Florida, at I The Lewis State Bank, a Finn struggled for victory but were
his office In the court house of da corporation, defeated by Wewa's Gators. The .
said County at Crawfordville, Plaintiff, I score was 69 to 42, David Wil- fi
If You Need Florida, within six calendar vs. son was top scorer with 10 points M z
months from the time of the first R. J. Edwards, and Butch Taff followed with 8 j3
Office Supplies publication of this notice. Two Defendant. points. Other score for the J. i % 3
Office Furniture. copies of each claim or demand Notice of Sheriff's Sale evening were Dusty Cook with 6
shall be writing, and shall
points and David Harvey with 6.
Business Machines state the place of residence and To Whom It May Concern: The J. D. 's met defeat also as
8e or Call post office address of the claim- Notice is hereby given that under Wewa topped them with their 44 //Y'I"II': "

RANEY WHALEYat ant, and shall be sworn to by the and by virtue of a Writ of points to our 24 points.. Dennis ,... .;. .'
claimant, his agent, or attorney Execution dated December 14, Metcalf led his team with 7 ,-', :j /
and accompanied by a filing fee 1965, issued upon a judgment points and Tommy Core followed ./, ''I" !
CAPITAL OFFICEEQUIPMENT of one dollar and such claim or rendered in the Circuit Court of I with 6 points. Monday night ,/. ;. <''i"
CO. demand not so filed shall be the Second Judicial Circuit of I the Panthers challenged Sop- 1/ .iw'.4.t j, 'h\ .
void. Florida In and for Wakulla I choppy in the C.H.S gym. .>.... K {' ." .,
319 South County, in the above styled Crawfordville's tea "
Adam St. ft/ G. O. WillisAs varsity m won
cause, I will sell to the highest !
the Yellow -
Administrator of the Estateof an exciting victory over
Corner E. PeiutcoU and best bidder for cash the
J. W. Willis, deceased. Jackets as they gained 71
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 41210,17,24,33.NOTICE. door of the Wakulla County points to defeat their opponent's '' )
Court House, in Crawfordville, "Lovin' D
50 points. David Wilson was top Nothing says
Florida, at eleven o'clock A. scorer with 21 points and Don
M. the 7th of March
on day 15
Currte followed with points.
A. D. 1966, the following des-

s.. Notice is hereby given that wit cribed: personal property, to- Cook Other, top 13 points scorers, David were Harvey Dusty, like a 6e&dd and oven !

1 the undersigned, desiring to en- 10 points, Larry Strickland, 8 range
gage in business under the fictitious 1 D-2 Caterpillar Tractor, points, and Butch Taff, 3 points.
name of St. Marks Real- with front end loader. The Panthers' B team also won a
ty, P. O. Box 97, St. Marks, 1 International TD-14 Single victory over Sopchoppy: with 44
Florida, intends to register the Dozer, and points to their 24 points. Tom- Your gal will just love one with a new selfcleaningoven.
said name with the Clerk of the 1 Martin Chopper. my Core lr H with 14 points,
Circuit Court of Wakulla Coun- Dated this 28th day of January while Edwin Brown followed with Imagine! An oven that cleans itself elec.

s ty, Florida. A.D. 1966.s I his 11 points. Danny Knight trically for less than lOc per cleaning fractionof
/s/ R. Taff_ contributed 9 points to the a vic-
J. Ben Watkins,
the of oven-cleaner and
Sheriff, Wakulla County an no mess or
Owner 100 & tory.We
4t23.10.17.24.STEVE'REYELL. Florida. I would like to welcome a rubber gloves. In fact, no work at all! Other electric -
4t-2/ new teacher to our school. Mis.
.. Virginia Engle received her degree models with removable Teflon oven panelsare

DAVE HAMRICK in Home Economics Education vvork-savprs, too. And electric
in December at Florida every range
State University. Mrs. Engle ends the chore of scrubbing soot from pots and
INSURANCE AGENCY. comes from Leesbury, Florida,
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1966 Florida Crusade ; (IF nar11" I960.31
1966 National Cru.ld.schools. .

=wife 1111 IUI I I

Monica Sa ww have two formerly Actor Gregory Peck National POUTS /: lOUTS :News 3Vofes
sons aged 18 and volunteer chairman of the
riiW.; served with the U.S. Navy Walter during 1966 Crusade of the American IUPllaTDlfIUPIIITDn Jrom fflCS Units.. .

World War II He Cancer Society is well qualified JII1iiH
i a --
to lend his nuSTa
member of the Hyde Park support to the thousands -
Church Greater Tam Presbyterian of volunteers who participate IIEtnrt --- IIIUTlYEII : WHAT ACS DOES IN

Pa Chamber of Commerce, Uni- educational nation-wide in the annual 1INSIT Monroe CountyTo
fund-raising Crusade -- I51NLtrENIiOI
ZTtyiMasont'civic And Shrinrn He headed the highly successful emphasize the many-fold
ganuation !In 1961. Cial he | or Crusade of the Society' { 'fIImlT ILPM services that the American Cancer

named First Business Man was of f California Crusade in 1964 LEIIIEIII LEOIEIIILTIrNOIIt Society; and its volunteer

Flonda by the University .1 ... UIPltDI.1a offer to residents throughout
** Walter
Concerned About Cancer Monroe County information
Honda.and in the an
STATE CHAIRMAN received the coveted Horatio same year Al Peck has been deeply concerned Grtgory Pack HI 1THEI ILL OTHU sheet has been made available

ger Award. with the cancer problem for NATIONAL CHAIRMAN for general distribution.>> It is entitled
James W. Walter. chairmanof years. He has served the Society "The Year-Round Pro-
the board Jim Walter Corporation Reason for Acceptance as a volunteer in a variety ol' weeks cancer took the lives of gram of the American Cancer
hat been named volun "' capacities. In 1965. he narrated some of my colleagues Dick The above chart provide a prevalent in locations where sunrays Society in Monroe County It
tary state chairman of the 1966 as an 'ACS"L a relative "newcomer a film in the Society' exhibit at Powell Charles Lawton. Jack general idea as to locations of are strongest! for instance has been reported that recipientsof
volunteer. Walter Carson and Tom Mitchell. various types of cancer in the a* much a* three times
Since includ
Educational and sheet
Fund raising said, "but I the Hall of Science at the New this information ,
am now male and female body. Percentages more frequent in such states
convinced as
Crusade of the Florida York then, all too other friends
Division that the World' Fair. The film many ing mass media expressed considerable
cancer problem is every succumbed to the vicious disease. given are general estimates. FLridaj exas. Arizona a* in- learn
of the American Cancer Society. one's business was titled "This Century' Great interest as they
including It should. be taken in account Maine, Minnesota. Oregon. Fortunately -
The official announcement a Life-Saving Advance This has been my own somber about the broad! scope of the
was business man's business. Against there variables in skin is easier to
Surely: that are can cancer
and I know that Functions
made by Doctor Sam Wesley Cancer. It dealt with the experience everyone Society's activities.
everyone should be concerned cer incidences. Such is particularly detect early and hat high cure-
at sometime, feels this highlighted include:
Denham. Jacksonville, Society Pap test for programsof
President. ] about a disease that over the which, if taken by uterine all cancer same impact of cancer to in cases of skin cancer. rate when prompt, proper treatment public and professional edu-

Walter i. widely known in yean American, strikes two out of three could save thousands of lives.women "But there i* an encouragingand Skin cancer is considerably more is given. cation ; needs for research; services -

business circle in Florida and American families And surely Originally. Peck intended to: hopeful side of cancer. I for reedy cancer patients;

nationally. He i. chairman of concerned businesses about the should be be a physician and enrolled as a cherish the thought that there are I'' CANCER EDUCATION MATERIALS the educational and fund-raising
the Celotex Corporation and the of economiccosl. pre-medical student at the Uni- 1,400000 Americans alive today Crusade. This inexpensive sheetis
cancer along with the who have been cured of another media by which the
First National Bank of St. Petersburg versity of California. But the
loss of Your Health vs Cigs
precious lives, theater cancer. You Know Some public is kept better informed.
beckoned May
both tubdianet of the him from
It has been away
I hmat r4 s6s
Cigarette smoking is still
Walter medicine. Since those pop-
Jim Corporation. early days
cancer annually causes more he has been featured in Florida On .Schedule ular and wide spread It is also I People Like These--

Interesting Background than 295.000 deaths and costs films has won five Oscar many Actor Peck ha accepted the damaging and deadly. This is UTERINE CANCER

the nation $15 billion in lost nominations and the challenging assignment to postpone the warning sounded in the I Some Polk CountyA
Academy and
Beginning a* a home builderon goods and services.In Award. of his pamphlet "Your Health and women unfortun I
many acting com
a modest scale in Tampa in addition cancer illness mitments so that he can Crusade Cigarettes ately a lot of men. have a deep: progress report from the
fear of
1946. Walter has led the Jim under 65 cancer They don't even Polk County Unit of ACS
among persons years of Why/ He Volunteered from coast-to-coast This small pocket size pam- think reveals -
want to about the
Walter Corporation through two age cost 72000 man-years When The American Cancer Society phlet u packed with convincing that 9,168 women of 20
decades of growtn and diversification ( ) of actor is asked sometimes not even long and older have taken
man-years productivity for why he offers his Florida headquarters in proof that the rise of cigarettes years
With asset of more those in the labor forces and it volunteer in the American services as a Tampa has announced that theworld is not only a serious threat to enough facts which to learn some simple "Pap" tests since. the special
than a quarter of a billion dollars strikes. American business and Society he renowned actor plans to general health but a potentialcause them might some day help project, "Prompt Action Protects
the corporation today is one i industry with the loss lives a numberof ( shortened save their own life or the ," launched last
of valuable Quite share some of his time and energies of lives. life of was July
reasons. simply he close and dear
of the nation largest homebuilders executives and trained '"I've I had a pleasant and explains in Florida and to meet with There is authoritative infor to them someone I I. 1965. This marks an increaseof
and a major building workers many of them at the successful Life has been fellow volunteers who will participate mation about the relation of 1606 more tests than were
material producer with substantial peak of efficiency and productivity good to career.People have been in the Florida Crusade smoking to various diseases -- You know made in a corresponding periodin
me. peopLlike
interests in sugar oil. banking good to me. "Frankly, I feel this Spring. He will be heartily Heart. Circulatory Disease Em this.may As an American some Cancer 1964. Ultimate goal is to
mortgage financing and in With these somber statisticsin its acclaimed a great actor a physema. Chronic Bronchitis motivate all women to have an-
: time to something back.I Society volunteer,
surance. Jim Walter Corporation mind. I accepted the state I can't think give of better fine man a dedicated volun-( Lung Cancer and other Cancers. might do a favor for such you nual "Pap" tests as a precaution
and its subsidiaries operate Crusade chairmanship. I want tojoin to help people than any to do what way I II leer This brochure is approved by the persons Advise them that for early detection of uterine
production and sales facilities with thousands of other I National Interagency Council on cancer.
can to help fight I
throughout the U.S.. Canada volunteers to do what I can toraise have become increasingly cancer. Smoking and Health a volun- "What Many People Don't
and much of the free world. the 1300.000 whichwill of the tragedy of aware I've tary association of seventeen Know About Cancer Could PAP PROGRAM
Born in Lewes Delaware. be needed to support the seen and felt its cancer. health educational governmental Hurt Them This free inform
Walter came to Florida as a ciety's cancer control programs friends and their families impact on and youth leadership agencies ative booklet may be obtained County
child and received his educationin f research education and paient '.In the film industry I've and organizations formed to at any ACS Information Center Having heard about the Polk
Plant City and Tampa services in the year ahead." cancer stnke In short seen combat smoking as a health office or by asking the American County program the Sarasota
a two
I hazard" Your Health and Cig Cancer Society Field Representative County Unit is planning one of
arette." is FREE Ask who serves your its own for 1966. Approval has
your area ACS representative. area. been obtained from the Sarasota
Medical Society and ACS committees

( irr r are being organized to''
study the "Prompt Action Pro I
tect," pilot plan. It is the con ,

rYOUNGER ijrj'i! census among participating volunteers I
that an effective opera-
tion of the plan can help save
( lives of I good many women
from the threat of uterine can-

'E 1 au cer. .


: ji 37J'f The American Cancer Society -

.fight leukemia. a form of

ACS President Dr. Sam Wesley Denham addressed nurses and SET VOLUNTEERS modeled original creations SERVICE FOR CANCER pads crutches and other home cancer forms of and cancer.all The.other Society major

toot greeted by (left to right) Miss Marion McKenna R.N.. Mrs. al the ACS Benefit "Fabrics Internationale" Tampa PATIENTS is offered. nursing aids. Among active proJect annually invests more than $2.
Samuel S. Lombardo R.N. chairman and Miss Virginia Bank- Pictured (left 'lo right), Mary Jean Lopez Lisa Sanders and state-wiJe Typical Is the Loan volunteers are: (standing 000.000 for leukemia and related -

ley. R.N., ACS National Nursing Consultant. New York City. /acque Steinberg and Cift Closet Escambia County left to right), Mr. and Mrs ] research. Its Service Program
--------- -- Unit Pensacola Here C. .
510 I
Taylor, Service CoChairmen provides the same servicesfor

FLORIDA NURSES CITED BY THE ACS "Benefits by ,the Yard" describes the unusual benefit conductedin recommended applicants received (seated), Mrs B M leukemia patents as for other .
behalf of the Hillsborough County Unit held in November at assistance last year being issued Wesley ten-year Service Committee patient suffering from other
Ten Florida nurses were honored by the Florida Division of the Carrollwood Golf and Tennis Club in Tampa. The second an- wheel chain dressings Volunteer form of cancer including

the American Cancer Society at the annual meeting of the Society's nual Fabrics Internationale was lauded by Unit President L N. the use of Loan Closet items.
I ACS Service Program--Loan
Committee on Nursing Education held in Jacksonville. Recipientsof Hutchinson Crusade chairman Frank B. Pieston. Jr. and Mrs. ClosetsService I. transportation for indigent patients -

citations were: Mrs Samuel S. Lombardo R.N, Jacksonville, James Mathrny It was proclaimed "another smash hit" to cancer patients has As a further service, the I to and from approved
committee chairman; Miss Marion McKenna. R.N., Daytona Abe Gordon Gordon Fabrics Tampa cooperated to provide always been one of the objectivesof Florida Division allocated almost I State tumor clinics, room and
Beach ; Miss Alice Isabel Mustard R.N. Miami; Dean Vivian designer dress lengths from the four corners of the world. These the Florida Division of the $64,000 to help assist tumor board if needed during medical

Duxbury. R.N.. Tallahassee. Miss Hazel Peeples. R.N.. Jack. were shown and offered to luncheon guest at special prices and American Cancer Society. Last clinics in the state. There are |, visits.
sonville. Miss Helen Shearston R.N., Tallahassee Mrs. Mary included Irish linen Chinese silks. Italian prints and domestic col- year all Units in the State accepted 24 in operation today under di- 00000o
Swallen. R.N.. St. Petersburg; Mrs Edna Mae Jones R.N., tons and woolens.In responsibilities of helping rection of physician who freely Some (14,000 American wo-
Jacksonville: Miss Lou Knowles. RN. Gainesville; Miss Enid keeping with the event, international fare was prepared for fulfill needs of indigent individuals contribute valued services. Tc men died of cancer of the uterus -

Mathison. R.N.. Jacksonville. the unusual luncheon menu by the Club's Oscar Chef de Cuisine. suffering from the disease. help absorb costs of transportation I last year. A great majorityof
Dr. Sam Wesley Denham. Florida Division ACS president Ten professionals modeled fashions made from the collection. The Society' Loan Closets of indigent patients to and deaths might have been avoid-

made the presentation of citations and addressed the assembly. He The sellout audience of 350 ladies enjoyed a delightful afternoon and Dressing Program, statewide from approved tumor clinic, the ed if the women had had an
pointed out that since 1952 there have been 62 conferences throughout provided many worthy Society contributed more than annual Pap" test by a qualified -
the state with an estimated total of 8.600 nurses in attendance. { iiiiiiiniiiiiiuiiiiiuiuiudiiiimiiiiiiiuDuiiB7nere services. There are active dressing 30000. Another $11.500 was physician. In Florida it i.

He further explained that among committee activities is the encouragement Us 31 Jtoptful Side Cf Cancer programs conducted by allocated to meet room and estimated that 1,600 new case
of nursing scholarship grant for obtaining technical u5nu5tuutumumuuuuunnmtamtuuuouuuummmmmmmluuuunn5muuuumt5tu! scores of volunteers in practic- board expenditures. Other need- of uterine cancer will develop
information and knowledge about cancer which could be passedon ally all counties. Local Loan and ed requirements included : house among Florida women during the
to nursing colleagues.To There are now 1.400,000 Americans, alive today who have Gift Closets besides getting many keeping services. $1.433; emer next twelve months.
date. $18,435 has been issued in grants to 75 Florida been cured of cancer. By "cured." it is meant that they are with- items through public contributions gency medication $2.982 V. atroovti

nurses including attendance at special cancer programs conducted out evidence of the disease at least five years after diagnosis and received more than 12. N. A., $8.057; cytology program Lung cancer continues to increase -
m New York City. Buffalo. Rockville Maryland and Chapel treatment. (From American Cancer Society's 1966 Cancer Fact 000 with which to purchase through County Health During (1966. it is es-

Hill North Carolina. and Figures.) needed additional special equip- Departments $6,000 two- 'tomated that 2.300 new cases
ment. county pilot project.. 6000. ,of this type of cancer will develop


The Association of Florida s PLAN

Tumor Clinic at its annual Fall with educational fessional which
smoking problem -
agencies wen
ACS Unit
meeting in Tampa elected officers am exploring -
programs such as film showings concerned about the problem of
to serve during the 1966 the possibilities of conducting -
After much discussion
exhibits smoking.
speakers, etc..
term. Those named were: Al- much has been work interested and several) 'Father-Son Pro-
spent among group ,
fred L Lewis. Jr. M.D.. Tallahassee grams"a educational projects
ing on program for students. general agreement that the preponderance
during 1966. Consideration
chairman George L are
Several studies in Florida indicated of evidence indicatedthat
Carr. M.D. Pensacola. vice cigarette being liven to staging "For Men
that there definite
smoking the
was a cigarette was
chairman Harold L Sanders question need for a preventive program most important cause of lung Son Only"meetings with Dad and
M.D. attending special film showings
Tampa -
secretary. starting at the elementary level; cancer, emphysema and chronic
at club theaters
28 Established Clinics and to help meet this need the bronchitis and was .strongly implicated or hall or Well even.known at athletes
The tumor clinics which have Public Education Committee in diseases of the heart -
be featured
been established in Florida in has developed and experimentedwith and blood vessels an interagency .or Qualified physicianswould i -

the interests of cancer control several basic educational committee was formed (Dec. discuss the educa-
art staffed by volunteer physicians media for the elementary student 1963) to more effectively combat I cancer
these materials THE CENERAL ELECTRIC Employees Federated Fund tion film and answer questions.
and are financially assisted Among smoking and its resultant ill
by the Florida State Boardof i have been two coloring-cartoon in Florida. The State Committee contributed $5.000 to the 1966 Crusade in Daytona, the largest Sounds like a fine idea We'dlike

Health the American Cancer booklets, two story booklets. i* made up of a medical representative single.contribution. made Douglas! !Phillips, .G..E._ Fund director photos to about have written such reports. and
Society and the and a short film on a smoking from the Florida DIVI accepted Citation of appreciation jrom society ojjiciais. \-tusaat meetings.JUNIOR
which| the clinics are hospital located.in machine which was developedby sion, Inc., American Cancer Society chairman Dr. R. F. Bergengren left Daytona Beach and labor

There are twenty-eight clinics a student as a science fair Florida Heart Association tory director Halifax Hospital Dr. William Schddecker. Daytona I '
the state including those recently in- 1 exhibit The newest booklet Florida Tuberculosis and Res- Beach center is a member of the- Society's Board of DirectorsWANTED i 4-ff NEWS

approved at Mercy Hospital "Ken and Barbie Make a Cigarette sir a lory Disease Association r-

Miami. And the Lake County Survey" being widely State Board of Health. Florida BY Marilyn Naiworta
Tumor Clinic. Leesburg General used at the upper elementary Medical Association and an educator
Hospital. level. from the State Depart The Junior J t 4-H girls met in
ment of Education Formation of LISTINGS ON ACREAGE Mrs. Tail's room February 3,
Presentation MadeA 1966. We talked about
Steering Committees : sewing
committees at the local level
highlight of the Association The Florida Division of the In May 1963. the State encouraged by the State Com was FROM 5 ACRES UP neatly and how We to pees also your talked garments about
meeting was the citation of Ash- has Board of Health was requestedby mittee. At there z
bel C. American Cancer Society present are WE HAVE CLIENTS cook IDa. Wa talked about
Williams M.D.. Jack- been active in educating the pub the Executive Committee of twelve local committees over the things we made In cooking.
nationally prominent he the relationship the Florida Division Inc. state carrying out many and varied STEVE REVELLPANACEA Our next meeting will be February -
ACS concerning
volunteer "given in recog- between cigarette smoking and American Cancer Society. to programs with emphasis on 17, 1966. -
nition of distinguished services, study and to provide the leader developing overall program forM We adjourned the meeting at
. helping to found and cancer 400P.M.Jam. .
promote to bring togetherall student
all ship necessary
the While emphasizing to age ROBT
dime System in and
Florida. groups the seriousness of the voluntary pro- .... _

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NEWS Miss Janice Brown, daughterof I' Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp were Misses Mattie and Elaine Revel '!H.JiL.februar1-l!! !! !"' !8E8 1 FIRST GIFTS ARE MADE TO APALACHEE
BYLoulie C. Sapp I Mrs. Magdalene Brown, was visited this past weekend by Mr. 1 of Tallahassee spent last
home fortheweekend from Chl-I and Mrs. Terry Land and child- weekend with their father, Mr. BEND GIRL SCOUT TRUST FUNDMr.
The pastor of the First Baptist pola Junior College in Marian- ren of Panama City. Hardy Revell, Sr. CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH
Church, the Rev. O. C. Hall, na. Janice was among those SCHOOL MENU FOR Scout Association and the Bay I
Is a patient at the hospital making the Dean's List for the Mr. and Mrs. L. 1. Roberts Mr. Nelie Roddenbeiry has NEXT WEEK Wllmer Bassett, Jr., of Girl Scout Council
Carrabelle.Mrs. semester. and family were visited by their returned home after spending Monticello and Mr. R. D. in 1956 less than 1,000 j t
daughter, Mrs. Warren Crum, several days at Tallahassee Eloise Harvey, Manages Woodward,. Jr. of Quincy, have 15 serving counties serving
Delma Robert of Sop- Mrs. Nellie Raxer of Sopchoppy and son, Jamie, on Saturday of Memorial Hospital.A made the first gifts to the Girl girls to now
choppy was visited this past was visited this past week- last week. Monday Scout Trust Fundwhich the 3,500 girls.
weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Del- end by Mrs. Lavonla Wlmbum trip to the State Fair in Meat LoafSpanish Board of Directors of the Girl It's character-building pro-
ton Colvin of Medart and Mr. and daughter, MissBirdyeWim- Mrs. Myron Hodge a patientat Tampa and other interesting Sauce Scout Council of Apalachee gram for girls 7 to 17 it spirit-
and Mrs. E. E. Roberts and burn of Havana and Mrs. the hospital in Carrabelle. places was enjoyed by the boysof Mashed Potatoes Bend has established with the ually motivated and is developed -
daughters, Deal and Dawn, of Pheobe Strickland, of Tallahassee. the FFA Chapter in Sopchop- Green BeansMandarin Tallahassee Bank and Trust through learning and adven-
Tallahassee. py and their teacher, Mr. Bob Oranges Company, as Trustee. ture in the Home, the Arts and
Greener. Mr. Greener Is the Out-of-doorsto meet the needsof
Bread ButterMilk Mrs. Richard Cuttman, Coun-
I III agricultural teacher at Sopchoppy cil President, explained thatthe growing girls in an ever-
High School. Girl Scout Trust Fund has been changing world. Cirl Scoutingis
Tuesday of the strongholdsof
I set to receive major gifts of one great
Mr. and Mrs. Dirk Mr. up the belief
Ralph Hamburgers democracy and
and property of any des-
and Mrs. Alfred Schrieber, both Lettuce Tomatoes money cription far the benefit of the local in individual responsibility and
l I of Highland, New York, ac- Potato Chips Girl Scout Council. Gifts self-initiative. It strengthensthe
companied Mrs. Irene Harmsof Fruit Cocktail home, the community and
to this Trust in no way will replace -
Wabasso, Florida, spent last Bread ButterMilk the need for current oper- the nation through today' lead-

..... weekend visiting the Harms ating funds but will be used for ers who receive training and
family south of Sopchoppy. Wednesday permanent purposes and are deductible helps to work with children and
-I Chili Con Came w/Beans for Federal Tax through tomorrow's homemakers -
I I II The J. Q. Davis family of Cabbage/Carrot Salad the tax return of the purposeson person mothers, and professional

II I I I I weekend Moultrie, Georgia in gheir, spent Riverview the Apple Bread Sauce Butter making Mrs. Cuttman the gift.expressed hope Scouts.leaders who are today's Girl

I GIVE HERr home. Saltines Milk that this would be the beginningof The Council is a member of
I Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Price the fulfillment of a dream five United Funds-Leon County -
of Tallahassee have bought a Thursday and the great need for an established I Bay County, Quincy, Jack-
TELEPHONE I Spaghetti for the 3500 son County and Madison County -
I I Riverview lot from Mrs. Ralph Meat camp girls
Brown. Mr. Price is managerof eBroccoli the Council now serves and the which provide annual operating -

radio i station, WBGM, FM, Prunes projected membership of 5000 I funds. The Council also
conducts its Council Cam-
i 1 aa + and WONS, AM, in Tallahas- Bread ButterMilk girls by 1970. own
1I I The Council most limited in paigns for operating funds in
non-United Fund Counties.
see.Mrs. providing adequate summer
Nelse Roddenbeny was Rolls camping and weekend campingfor I These sources provide about 95%

: k I visited this past week by her Friday its girls. It has had to rent of its annual needs for operating
; I daughter, Mrs. Dalton Payne of Fried Chicken facilities of other organizations I funds.
; Cleveland. Mr. Nelse Rodden- Steamed Rice at off-season and even these are The Cirl Scout Trust Fund can

.. berry's daughter,Mrs.Townsend Tossed Salad not always available or are located I meet a long-range need to expand -
.. of also visi- Peaches services in the hard-to- ,
Jacksonville, was a too.far distant for maximum -
i ':' tor at their home this past week. Bread Butter opportunities for girls. reach areas of the Council and
Milk Many times the facilities have I provide capital funds for camps
I J Mrs. Norma Rudd was visited had to be shared with the eener- and facilities so badly needed
i this past weekend by Mr. and al public: thereby resulting in to provide services to all girls.

i iI I Mrs. Ralph parrymore of Quin- WAKULLA ENTERS limitation of program opportun- I TheTallahassee Bank and

I ., cy' i tie i s. The Council owns a 3 Trust: Company will administer
: NEWSIt PHONE COMPLAINTWakulla acre troop camp, Camp Elea- I the Trust and those who are Interested -
nor, in Panama City, and leases I may contact Mr. Wil-
has often been said that man County Commission a tract of land for primitive and son Sistrunck, Trust Officer of
withoutair day camping in the Apalachicola I the Bank, or the Council Office,
can exist four minutes passed a resolution Monday
I National l Forest P. O. Box 3114
II I ,
I four days without water
night to ask the Public Service
i four weeks without food, and established camp of sever- I Gifts may be designated for a
I four generations without a new Commission to "take action al hundred acres will provide a specific purpose or given with

i thought. Most of us are overdue leading to swift remedialmeasures" variety of camping opportunities no restrictions.

w wi I II i for a new thought about soil to better tele- the Council for girls from all parts basis of I
year-round -
and water conservation.
i H I I some reason, the city people phone service from the Southeastern as well as an outdoor train- SOPCHOPPy SOLDIERAT
I have Telephone Company.The ing center for adults.
: seem to think that they no FORT KNOX
: part in soil and water conservation commission's resolutionwill Mrs. Cuttman further explained -
i nothing could be fur- be presented at the Feb. that the Council also needs
ther from the truth. The water- 10 public hearing on serviceIn more adequate facilities for its Fort Knox, Ky. (AHTNC) --
sheds that are being developedin Tallahassee. Service Center. With the Pvt. Fred E. Davis son of
.s the country have a direct In passing the resolution Council's expanded services Thomas A. Davis, Sopchoppy,
bearing on the flood control of the commission members, during the past two years, it Fla. ,completed a seven-week
and share the has outgrown its present facility track vehicle mechanic course
the city, a great in Willard Carter chairman
; and needs for under the
i more space Reserve Enlistment
future water supply. Every sub-
the William Walker, Ralph Strick training events, meetings and Program at the A"my Armor
urban home is dependent on
Your Thoughtfulness I land George Young and John added office facilities.The .
small plot of soil on which it is School Fort Knot, Ky., on
Davis, took note of these Cirl Scout Council of the February 2.
fA built. Give some thought to the
4 WONDERFUL Speak For Itself fact that the site of your home items. Apalachee Bend has grown from Davis received instruction in
covered and They said, 'The service two, one-countyGlrl I Scout the maintenance and repair of
was once by grass
VALENTINE All Year Long I trees and the toil absorbedthe rendered by the Southeastern Councils-the Leon County Cirl wheeled and track vehicles in

GIFTm I rain easily. Now that soilis Telepone Company, opera- armor units. He was also train-
I covered by a roof, and it has tor of the Florida Central About 85% of CARE's food aid ed in the oper. tir y of power

been paved, the water that was Telephone Company, to the toes to children. School breakfast systems and suspension assem-
I I once soaked into the ground all residents of Wakulla CountyIs lunch or milk programs blies in armor vehicles.
I aIj
runs off, and is held in check by a constant source of com benefit 28,115,500 boys and girls. The 21-year-old soldier is a
a rigid system of streets and gutters plaint from the citizens of the Millions more are fed by CARE 1962 graduate of Sopchoppv

j An extension telephone in color will be a daily delight to the and the water either becomes county to this commission. gifts to pre-school centers, desti- High School I
violent and causes erosion "The citizens complain that tute families,orphanages. I
wife in your life. You'll be surprised how little a color extension
and flooding, or runs away, ne- they receive no service for
cost. Call our business office today 599.1211 to arrange for i vertoberecovered. Proper as many as four days at one

your extension telephone to be gift wrapped. conservation practices on your time which leaves the county:
own plot of ground will assist the
I fire and police units without
soil conservation service in preventing communications. SPECIALSSPECIALS
floods erosion and the proper
I "Many business operations
SOUTHEASTERN TELEPHONE COMPANY loss of precious water.ContactyourWakulla.
in the county such as the seafood
soil conservation -
industry which deals in
I district at the
courthouse in Crawfordvillc county for perishable merchandise FRI. SAT., MON. AND TUES.

information about conserving our largely dependent on the

: TRADE NOW AND SAVE! i i vital resources. telephone are crippled communications by poor

Average per capita income I I.. service."It is. often to MAXWELL

Haiti is $65 a year. call long necessary distance ex- HOUSEBeg. 79
SPECIAL PRICESLOT hungry Haitians, mostly child en by 4
CARE' Food Crusade guarantees change to other points in the
county: working a hardshipand
one full meal a day.
I Every dollar sent to CARE, New delay. on the county citi Coffee Ba
NO.1.- OPEN TILL 8 P.M.-LOT NO. 2 York 10016 gives a Haitian child zens.

I Ii 3 months of dally lunches. "This commission has received CAN i
II I many complaints regarding -

Turkish villages are prone to the slowness of Installations
disasters earthquakes, floods of telephones and
heavy 'snows. In a usual year, repairs of facilities that are T. BONE STEAK, Ib a .69c
CARE is called on to rush food reported out of order.
i 1964 Chevelle. 1795 1961 Chevrolet $79 S packages to 51,000 disaster vic "A large number of long
Mallbu 2 door Hardtop one owner door economy ( cylinder with tims In Turkey.The distance phone calls are Copeland
and low mllu,.. ndlo Ante
noisy and incoherent, and
I 1963 Ford . $1195 1960 Chevrolet $695 CARE mission in Hong Wakulla is in the greater Tallahassee BREAKFAST BACON lb.
300 4 door VI with radio radio Station Wagon. 4 door I cylinder Kong will buy enough rice this but the .
heater ajtomatle tram- with atandard ihift. trading area,
I minion and a one owner low 1959 Chevrolet $395 I year to help feed 400,000 Chinese citizens of the county cannot NECKBONES, lb. 29c
'Ihut. refugees. Funds come from con- call Tallahassee without the
clylnder standard
EATS 9161'3aloFaulto. ra
1 $745'. tributions
and heater. to the CARE Fpod inconvenience of
r 4 ear.door, low mileage one owner 1957 Cadillac. $295 Crusade. New York 10016. long distance operator.calling" a Boneless Beef ROAST 69c
4 door Hardtop. A real food "
1964 Ford $1395 ba y.
standard trinimliiion. 4 79c
TALKING I radio heater. 2 Lots to Serve You GIANT TIDE .

Belair $1795 327 No Adams FLORIDA STATE
VI 4 door Chevrolet with air 49'c'
conditioning, radio and heater. 1414 South Monroe TOMATOES$, 303 can, 3 for

And you really 1964 Chevrolet. $1695Belair
4 door with radio neater BOTH LOTS OPEN TILL I'00 P,11 jI 27c
should come I in and automatic truumlarion. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE: Now Showing Nabisco Oreo Cookie 6iOZ.

and drive one or 1964 Corvair. $1495 Famous OK \
4 (peed trantmlnion. ra Now Showing pint! *29c
1 two of our dole ...ter. 1-YearG-W Warranty j Sweet MIXED Pickles

USED CARS 1963 Chevrolet. $1295 LONG TRADES- Robert Morse Andrews
I cylinder. 4 door sedan with I Julie
1965 Chevelle $2295 radio heater.a EASY TERMS Jonathan Winters SWEET POTATOES, 2 Ibs. 19c
door with radio, neater and 1963 VW $1195 I Christopher Plummet
low mil. Radio and heater equipped. "THE LOVED ONE"








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