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 4, 1963
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I t -. VOLUME: 64-NUMBER 32

S Grade ( AWVARDY1LLR.. FLORIDA Thursday, April 4, 1963 I I ;rtiJalJ' CSKTS' 'vsR,eqay} 1 i

Sixth News Crawfordville '

Tells Florida Doctor
r The sixth grade elected the fol- Fuqua

owing boys and girls class officers High School. Of ExamsWashington [Gets Grant
fur this six weeks.
I | A Florida scientist isZone
Honor Roll woman
*, ; D.C.-Congressman j
." 0- ( of six in the entire United
h- Don Fuqua announced that
,.i: <:'. All "A" Honor Roll: States to receive a grant from the
.: the competitive examination for
.:l" First grade-Bobby Dugger. entrance to the U. S. Coast Guard American Cancer Society to conduct -
Second grade-Debbie Mathers. research or advanced study
.. Academy will be held nationwideon
Fourth Grade-Pam Oliver. relating to cancer, the number two
December 7, 1963. These examinations
Yp Sixth grade-Beth Harlan, Dar- killer disease throughout the na
i will be given in over 1000
: .
:*. r [ yne Wildern, Pam Blanton. cities. tion.She
Tenth grade-Barbare Jerigan. is Dr. Veronica Armaghan,,
Fuqua emphasized the
"B" Average Honor Roll: oppor assistant professor in experimental -
tunity offered qualified
First grade-Paula Gaby, Jerri young men biology at the University of]
who choose this four-year
Flack, Larry Taylor, Bill Moore, Miami Cancer Research Labora
which leads to a commission
as a
Deanna Jo Whaley, Karen Porter, 'p- tory. The grant of $12,516 has
career officer in America's oldest
Tony Benton, Angie Evans, George > : s been awarded anti-leukemia drugs.
continuous seagoing Armed Service
Harper, Jan Harper, Cathy Laird, 4eL The announcement was made,
and a Bachelor of Science degree.
SaraBeth Morrison, Terry Naz- this week from the headquartersoffice

Edward Pearce worth, Carol Peak, Ricky Sarvis, "Appointments are made on a of the Florida Division of!
competitive basis; there are no
President Johnny Stevens, Larry Wether the American Cancer Society in
-n separate quotas for States or Dis
i ington. Tampa.
tricts and no special categories," ,
Second grade-Pat Fagan, Jed The University of Miami scien-
.. he said. "I all qualified
m urge
Oliver, Linda Deal, Luther Rawls, young tist plans to work with two chernicalsamethopteran
men who are interested in this
Marsha Jernigan, Darlynn Naz and cytoxan
worthwhile profession to write for
worth, Becky Posey, Tony Green, -seeking prevention and/or treat-
details and application as soon as
Louise Vickers, Johnny Lilliston, ing leukemia and breast cancer.
: possible to the Commandant (PTP-
Billy Kelly, Shelia Byrnes. She is advancing a theory that
2), U. S. Coast Guard, Washington
Third grade-Greg "Keightley, i4i1 1 1. it might be possible to stop cancer
25 D. C.
Desmond Tucker, Patricia Moore, before it starts.Prevention .
Diane Mathers, Lorinda Nazworth, Legislature..)th District Senator '' A'IrsTucker' : ands tn Man at opening of the 1961: Session of Florida State A candidate for the for the Coast next Guard examination I studies of this type

Marilyn Nazworth, Sharon Cox, represent an avenue of cancer research -
__ Academy must be single, must have
[Betty Greene Hal Blanton, Katky I that has not been as
reached his seventeenth but not '
,Harvey. ; J! -. : thoroughly explored as sonu
I s his twenty-second birthday by '
Fourth grade Brenda Pelt, other.Dr. .
i j July 1, 1964 and must be in excel-
Mark Knight, Jody Harlan, Lester lent physical condition.A Armaghan will employ the

Tiff: Bruce Harvey, Wanda Har- q\ high school diploma is the use of special strains of mice,

Mark Hudson vev. Cindy Russ, Anne Mathis, minimum educational bred to develop particular illnesses
Vice President )with high frequency. She will
ty Struckland. 1 use
although high school seniors as-
ifth grade- Barbara Weeks, __ two such staring: AKR, susceptible -
sured of
I being graduated by June '
orah Coxwell, Melinda Harvey, I 30, 1964 are eligible to take the to development of leukemia,
old Greene. and C3H susceptible to breast
examination if they will have at I
jcth grade-David Miller, An- AR cancer.
: least 15 credits by that time. All
1rJ Loftin, Beth Harvey, Becky She will begin treating the mice
{applicants must have three units of
fata, Edward Pearce, Mark with one or the other of the drugs
English, two in Algebra, and one
IL son, Jimmy High, Scott Gaby, .; in Plane Geometry by graduation. before illness, at the age of six to

imy Core, Sandra Wethering- E eight weeks. A third group will
L.t' get no treatment. Doses will be

$ iT jventh grade-Alan Lord, Paa Civil Serviced given at intervals of 14 to 28 M _

r Ann High, Juliann High, r- it days throughout the lives of the

me Strickland, Diane Benton, InfoThe mice. They will be examined week-

i bara Raker, Sheryl Folsom, ly for evidence of the disease-

line Giddens. btt Metropolitan Police Depart- leukemia or breast cancerthateach

ighth grade-Richard Wigin- __ _ment of Washington, D. C., is in strain has been bred to devolp
\ need of qualified men and wo- spontaneously. If and when
Sandra Wetherington John Taylor, Eric Mathis, \ symp-
Secretary ry Strickland, Linda Green, & \ men to fill vacancies within their toms of malignacy appear, therapy

rilyn Harvey Diane Porter, .. ranks. with the same chemicals will b*
i ,r Starting salaries for patrolmenare started.
i Lloyd Paulk,
1 Fay Kittrell, Kay Kittrell, JoAnn $5650, increasing to $6550 af- By further observations and

Green Lester Whaley, Gary Crum, ter the completion of three years testa, Dr. Armaghan hopes "to see

,. satisfactory service. Periodic increases if an effective prophyactic
Gloria Jones.Ilinth I agentcan
,V ji1/, for privates in the ranks prevent the development of
grade-Kathy Strickland,I .....), ...
amount to $8050 after
completionof than "
:1 T Marilyn Alligood, Martha Lou I., more one kind of malignacy.
I Turner, Danny Miller, Vonda Representative Bobby Kuss sworn in as Speaker Pro-Tempore for the 1963 House of Representatives- by 19 years service. In addition Born In Turkey, Dr. Armaghancame
k- : Supreme Court Justice blillaYd-Caldwell.Lt. members of the force
Pierce "rmp Governor nd now receive 13 I to this country in 1922
Jan Pearce, David Wilson, r ,, __ 0 as
James Harris. Summer Showers to 26 days annual leave, depending an 18-year-old refugee. "The
J. H. Dodson Adoption Up
Tenth grade-Donna Lynn, Lar- upon length of government service warned our town, Izmir," she said,

ry Limbaugh, Margaret Kittrell, Fires and eight holidays. Sick leave of and drove Christians out." With
Help In State
Jerry Core Helen Adams, Sandra Saltwater PatrolSupervisor !I 30 days, annually, is granted or, determination she pursued her

Harper, Ann Moore. Ann Moore Florida's summer thunderstorms I Mark Hulsey, Jr., President of more when injured in line of duty. career and obtained her doctorateIn

was on the honor roll last time but) HereLt. a mixed blessing, in the opinionof :the Children's Home Society of Free medical and surgical care are medical zoology from Johns

her name was omitted.! Florida Forest Service fire :Florida, today annuonced the furnished by the department, along 11 Hopkins School of Hygiene and

Jacqueline Whaley Eleventh grade-Diane: Strick- J. H. "pete" Dodson, area fighters. 'placement of 537 children in per- with uniforms and equipment. M Public Health and has since devoted

TreasurerWe land, Jerry Spears, Mike Harvey,]supervisor of the Division of Salt During severe drought which manent homes during 1962. Thisis Members of the metropolitan herself to the laboratory.

are a busy little group. Someof Beatrice Dugger, Charmaine Ra- Water Fisheries, State Board of [touched most of the state last year, a record number of children to jiolice department, at their optionat Dr. Armaghan came to Floridain

our projects for this semester benau, Gerald Folsom, Susan Ladd, Conservation is now in charge of(thunderstorms added inches of be placed by this sixty-one year a minimum of cost, are eligibleto 1954 from the University of

have had to do with: Ann Lambert. Area 2, which includes Gulf, Leon, welcome rainfall. On more than old private adoption agency. participate in the Federal 1 West Virginia Medical School af-

1. Sources of food. Twelfth ,grade- Lydia Carter,'Franklin, \ skulls and Jefferson one occasion when it seemed to "The increase in adoptions can Government Life Insurance and t ter training in Cancer Research at I

2. Life cycle of animals and|Gail Alevander, Janet Russ, Lettie counties.Lt. weary crewmen that a raging only be partially accounted for Group Hospitalization programs.. the National Cancer Institute in

Insects. Harvey, Nancy Lawhon, Kaye Dodson was transferred. forest fire could not be stopped by ,by Florida's population explosion," After the completion of a one Washington, D. C. !

3. How Plants Breathe, Eat and )Evans: Doyd Vause, Tyrone Moore, this area from the Florida Keys, their own efforts, the rains came. Mr. Hulsey said. "Florida's pop year probationary period, these The grant of $12.516 allocated to i

Drink. Galveston Alexander, Carole Ladd, he has been with the department New fires are also less likelyto ulation has increased some 82% in i appointments are protected under I''Dr. Armaghan, according a

4. Animals Grow and Change. Beverly Richard. Betty Harvey, for the past 8 years, most of his break out, when rain dampens the last eleven years, while the the rules of the Civil Service Com Society spokesman, !Is part of the

Adrian Lewis, Sue Whitfield. service has been on the lower East surface litter. 'number of children the Societyhas mission, with no lay offs or reductions J$2,000,000 budget which has been

Toast in the Keys. But with the rain last year- placed has jumped 260%. So in force. established by the American Cancer -

Mrs. Inez Walker Lt Dodson is making his homein much of it recorded as thundershowers ,were more than keeping pace," Anyone interested in one of Society this year for an expanded

.Cancer Crusade Crawfordville with Mrs. Dod -came a sharp increase in he explained. Since 1951, the these positions is urged to apply program in leukemia and

New Proxy OfWoman's '- son. His children are married and the number of forest fires caused [Statewide Society, along with other to Police Headquarters, 300 In- related investigations.

[Meeting HeldThe live in South Florida.Conservation by lightning. Of 8,608 forest fires licensed agencies and countless diana Avenue, N. W., Washington,

Club officers serving occurring during the bad fire year independent sources, has increased D. C., The United States Civi

Wakulla Unit of the Amer under Lt. Dodson have the responsibility 1962, not less than 1420 were permanent adoption placements by Service Commission, or any post Dance ForCancer

Crawfordville Woman's Club can Cancer Society met Monday of the Coastal Waters started by the fiery bolts which 172 / The Society's 260% increaseis 1 office for applications and further! .

met for their regular monthly pight at the Florida Power Lounge from Gulf+ county to the Taylor(often herald a summer storm. the major contributor to that details. Fund .'

meeting Tuesday night at the club with Mrs. Essie Cogdill, president county line to the southeast. But lightning is not peculair to [record.

house. |p residing.The Information pertaining to SaltWater summer. It may ridewith. .a _winter April 13

Election of officers was held Kick-off meeting for the Fishing both Sports and thunderstorm o 0 as a com front Larry Glover i The Wakulla County Cancer

and the following were named for |Cancer Crusade was held and Cochairman Commercial can be obtained from oves in.Thirteen. AnnouncementOf :Unit will sponsor a dance Saturday

the comming year: president, Mrs. LHelms Bobby Paulk and Jimmy Lt. Dodson P. O. Box 57, Craw- per cent of all Florida Joins StateConservation. night, April 13 at the WotoansClub.

Inez Walker; Mrs. Aileen Poaey, outlined final plans for the fordville, Florida. orest fires last year were causedy Birth '- : .

lit vice: president; Mrs. Allen |house-to-house canvass and specia 1 lightning. In 1961, lightning II Proceeds for the event will be

,: Raker, 2nd vice president; Mrs. [events. Zion Hill Church was blamed for six per cent of Trooper and Mrs. Bob McNeal, Dept. I used for the 1963 Cancer Crusade.

Helen Harvey, secretary' ; Mrs. Paulk and Helms urged all citi Florida forest fires. announce the birth of a daughter Glover I' Music will be furnished and

George Nesmith; Mrs. Betty June tens to attend the Cancer Dance: Plans Campfires sparked two per cent Edith Kay, weight 9 Ibs., 11 oz. Mrs.Larry Son Glover son of of Mr. and tickets may be bought\ in advance

Harvey, Corresponding secretary. on Saturday night April 13 at the Homecoming of last year's forest fires; smokers, The baby was born in the South Crawfordvilleis from Cancer workers or at the
Woman Club.Attending 15 cent; debris burning, "2G east Alabama General now a Conservation Officer for
The program was presented by Sunday, April 7, is the annual Hospital in the Division of Salt Water Fish- door.Donate
Mrs. Margaret Alligood, county the meeting were: Homecoming Day at Zion Hill per cent; incendiarism, 36 percent Dothan, Ala. Her sister Is Karla l I cries, State Board of Conservation. to the Cancer Fund and

welfare officer, the speaker was Bobby Paulk Jimmy Helms, Mrs. Methodist Church in the River ; machines such as railcar Jean, age 4. Mrs. McNeal is the Officer Glover attended enjoy an evening. Couples. 42.00

Mrs. Lucy L. Roche, SupervisorUnit REssie; Cogdill, Mrs. Evelyn Gowdy, Sink area. Rev. W. L. Prater and hot boxes, or even power saws, sixper former Sarah Martha Allen. The school advance or at the door.
in Crawfordville
< and
|Mrs. Newell is a nativeof
Ladd Mrs. Doris
7, District 2, state Depart the members of cent; miscellaneous included grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
this one of the
Gwin county, he married the
Mrs. Anita
Townsend. Mrs. electric fences and firecrackers, Lamar Allen
of Ivan
ment of Public Welfare, Apalachicola oldest Methodist churches in the Wakulla
former Jeanne
Carolyn Nazworth, Mrs. William two cent.During County and Mr. of Oak-
per and
An interesting, Florida. talk, of the oper North Winona Mrs. Julia Geesling, Miss area worship, invite and all fellowship of their with friends them to 1962, state crews in suppressing Wynn, Altha Florida. Mrs. C. C. have lahoma 4 children.He City, .Oaklahoma, they Dinner at Panacea
Raker and Mrs.
ations of the Welfare fire saved rural property .
Department on, this first in .
Sunday April.nere
will be
Neilson assigned to Wakulla
director of
r Tallahassee. valued at more than $3,000,000 Woman's Club ,
was give I 'will be a basket dinner, aguest Pay Light Bills and Franklin counties In area 2 .
houses, fences, pasture, vehicles
the club
Guests' were Mrs.
[ speaker, and plenty of rem- under Lt. J. H. Dodson. wiserve ,
The Woman's Club
Wooten Smith, Mrs. Othon Porter, Card Party At !i iniscing. The service starts at and farm buildings. In SopchoppyMr. Officer Glover was in the Mill- Panacea dinner Saturday, April 6
Mrs Carlton Whaley, and Mrs. eleven
I o'clock and dinner will be tarl Police during his service duty at 6:30 p.m. The menu.,vftl' be

.t' Nolan Posey.. Woman's ClubThere spread. between 12 noon and ]1p.m. Some cancers can be prevented. Bernard Wilson manager of and belonged to the Los Angles Spaghettis and Mt' Balls, French V
I The church is located about Florida Power Corp. announced today County Sheriffs Reserve in
According to the American Cancer Bread with Garlic Butter, Tossed
Research has improved the will be a card party a t six miles from Crawfordvilla' on Society, research has proved that D. L. Strickland of Sop- Angles Calif. Salad, Peach Cobbler or Oven

.: treatment of cancer. Today it can the Crawfordville Woman's Club I I road 369 to Tallahassee. that most long cancers'are caused choppy will be the collector for Glover will work with Officers Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes,

,.:' be treated by surgery and radiation this Saturday night, April 6, a t Ii i by cigarette smoking. Some skin light and power bills. Vernon Thomas and Charles Green Beans, Tossed Salad, Peach

,, ., and with a combination of 8 o'clock. Everyone is invited. Club cancers are caused by overexposure Stricklands service station in Campbell of this area. Cobbler, Rolls, Coffee or Tea, $1.00
drags. The American Cancer Society -. members bring cards and a table to direct sunlight An annual Sopchoppy i is at the intersection of Adults -<0c Children. The publicis
:: urges all adults to have a health checkup is your best protection Main St. and U.S. 319. invited. '
health checkup once a year. against death from cancer. cordially


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H Thttrtd.April_ 4,.ikiWAKULLA r'' TV 'T 00 Late to Classify"by I r

Russell Kay
SERVICECall Electricity.' We don't know whatit ... s:; r b'wr FLORIDAToday STATE

is but when we are denied its =< t

r COUNTY NEWS WA 6-3612 services even for a short time we I -- I
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GEO. CREECH realize how much we have come to. t y thru Saturday
CRAWFORDVILLE ., Today thru Saturday
depend it. -;-- -e
Telephone WAlnut 6-3301 upon __ --

Recently a Tampa Electric Com- ; : Bob Hope

pany major. power failure set
Glenn Ford
ei Dees Barber Shop. Tampa and surrounding areas on I, "FANCY PANTS"Plus

their : -
ears :for several hours. I

Virginia Kefchtfcj .'"7- Editor 2233 South Monroe got a double dose since my wife; .4 Hope Lange CoHitJerry

i was in the hospital and I was; Lewis
;Men's-and Boy Haircuts
batching it and depending upon

electricity for just about every 'LOVEISABALL' "THE ERRAND
Entered at Crawfordville. Florida '
, thing. I BOY"CAPITOL

as second class matter. Subscription .: Our home is just about as electrified -

--- .:.. We depend 'a-
as you can get one. -i 1F2 I
rate: $3.00 per year +
f DEE COOK, Owner upon electricity for cooking, PERRY HIGHWAY DRIVE-IN

hot water, shaving, toasters, waffle OUTDOOR ON WOOOVILLE HWY.

irons, air conditioners, wash-:

If You Need. ing and drying, radio, television, k Friday and Saturday
Country Music
vibrator chair, heat, refrigeration, Tonight thru Saturday.Showing :

Office Supplies SHADEVILLEHIGHLIGHTS : dish washer, to say nothing of, Festival

Business Machines i lights. .. The Wakulla County 1-11 Electric Club meets! monthly, learning new 7:40"Country :40-10:40

Office FurnitureSee It was a grand and glorious' arts and skills:! in electricty and safety. under the supervision of Mr.. Music

cant Spring morning, I arose blessing Dexter Tire, I local ]leader and L. I). Taylor, County Agent. If you have Jubilee" "THE BIG NAVE"CoHit
or by Jennie V. Lewis a club or organization that would] like a program such as this call your
Mother Nature for her .
WHAUY On March 21-23, Joyce Roberts generosity.I County Agent" to: make arrangements for you. 9:10
RANEY put the percolator on for coffee "0 My 9:00
Lettie Miller, Hattie Randolph, and Darling
and set up the toaster, then I SPECIAL THURSDAY FRIDAY
atCAPITAL DelorU Smith attended the StateN. Clementine" William Holden
started to read the paper. The
H. A. meeting in Tallahassee.The 10:30"Country
OFFICE lights went out, the air conditioner and SATURDAY "THE LION"Woodville
meeting was held at FloridaA. 1lfusicHoliday"
EQUIPMENT CO. sank without trace, I couldn'tehave
&: M. University. They reported -

319 Corner South E.Adams PensacolaTALLAHASSEE :$t. having: a wonderful time. needed because juice there my electric was no razor hot PICNIC HAMS, Ib . 29c

On the 4th of April, Sarah
FLORIDA water, the refrigerator was as .
Green, Rosa Boone, and Bobbery silent as a tomb the waffle iron ROUND STEAK, Ib. 69c ,i
Smith will be attending the Florida Lumber Co.
was colder than a 'polar bear's '
State Student Council meeting i in
nose, and I was back in the stone Fresh BANANAS Ib. lOc s
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Tampa, Florida, under the super .
Mary Triplett, our age.But
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR WAKULLA I had to get to the hospitalto Gold AP. MILK 3 39c Lumber -.
COUNTY. AT LAW. student council sponsor. Cross EV cans Building Supplies"We
NO. 415 look in on Mama. My car
ROEBUCK AND CO. ) Our high school honor studentsfor
; a foreign corpora the fourth six weeks. periodare started like a charm but at every ama GRAPE JELLY 12' oz. 2 for 43c
N 1. Plaintiff, traffic light motorists were glar- ,
-vafj I I : Beanie Slater, Perry Slater.
ALICE POSEY. ing at each other four ways be- Need And Appreciate Your
Charles Slater, Doris Shingles, '
Defendant. the BLUE CHEER Detergent giant size 79c
NOTICE OF SUIT cause lights weren't working.I ,
Patricia Allen Arthur Finch,
i THE STATE OF FLORIDA slipped into the station-
TO: Sarah Green, Jennie Lewis, Lula
fj Alice Posey. who is presently residingat no soap-the gas pumps weren't Here For Your Seed Feed
1200 Gordon Street S.W." Atlanta Rosier, Deloris Smith, Jeannetta Shop Business"Quality .
working. Fortunately I had
Georgia Poole Hattie
Randolph, Joseph
DEFENDANT GREETINGS enough to get to the hospital and .
I You are hereby notified that an Brown, Susie Williams, William Fertilizer .
action for replevin
OrcuftbeCoourtu .
against you in the ofwakulla Green, Joshua Gavin, Chester Mil
County. Florida, at law styledSean. At the Tampa General the J and Price GuaranteedRoss
ler Smith and
Bobbery Clydie
Roebuck and Company vs. Alice electric doors didn't work and it PIGOTT'S
Posey: and you are herrequired to Farmer.
: Answer with the Clerk of the took power and brawn to push
Circuit Court and to serve a copy thereof The high school honor bannerwas
Moore the doors open. Then the elevatorswere MEDARTWe
upon the plaintiffs attorney.:
the Senior Class for
& Henderson. Lewis State Bank Building won by Hannon Owner
deader than door nails, I had
Tallahassee Florida, on or before ,
having the highest precentage of give TOP VALUE Stamps ,
April. A. ). 1963. to the "
I the 18th day of to walk up five flights of stairs
Complaint therein. Herein fail not. or honor students.
f 'judgment will be entered against you and it nearly killed me. I couldn't ,
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normally for 30 minutes. .
WITNESS. My hand and seal of said -
: Gwendolyn Taylor,
Court in Crawfordville. Wakulla County. The wife much improved was
., Florida this 22nd day of March. A.D Williams, Phaedra Farmer Diane I.et Go !
1963. i sitting up I in bed listening to the oaUMq

Clerk MOODY of Circuit PEARCE.Court Monroe, Kenneth Smith, Jarvis radio. I had given her my batteryset 01..... ..,. .

Wakulla County. Florida. Farmer, Margaret Randolph, when ,she went to the hospital, ,_ I ,: The
JOHN D. BUCHANAN JR. Gloria Gavin, Gloria Manning, Annie ;
of and she didn't have a care in the rightnew
MOORE & HENDERSONLewis Smith, William Maxwell, Jean world. .

State Bank BuildingP. Ethel Bea, Alvin Darnell Hall, and
O. Box 986.Tallahassee The
Florida I Maryiln Rosier. organ at the church was not

Attorney for Plaintiff. putting ou.t, and with the aid of a
Mar.28; Apr.4-11-18. I The elementary banner was won
pitch pipe the choir did the best
by the first grade for having the
they could. When I got in my car By RUDY EVINS
highest percentage on thehonor
roll. to go home the battery was dead.I Hoopdedo it's that time again .

IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY walked a mile to a filling sta- -time to haul out the boat, tune- cola for
IDA. IN PROBATE.IN tion and asked if they could] 'recharge up the motor grease the trailer and
set for another of boating
PROBATE get season
it,.JEhey, couldn't
,. IN RE: ESTATE OF t -no juice ; fun.
V. J. ALLEN Deceased.TO UTERINE CANCER'DEATH -but they were kind enough to Preparing your outboard motor
HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS RATE DROPS 50 PER CENT send a man with a booster to get doesn't take a lot of doing but thereare
AGAINST SAID ESTATE: me started. I drove a few things that should be done
You and each of are hereby notified More 25 miles
: progress has been made now to keep it purring all summer.
and, and demands required which to present:you or any either claims of against uterine cancer than can- charging my battery and saw a lot Bill Smale, chief engineer at Evin-

you may: have against the estate of cer of any other site, accordingto of Tampa I had not seen for years. rude Motors, suggests the following
V. J. Allen, deceased, late of said County
the American Cancer According to our electric clockI procedures.First '
to the County Judge of Wakulla Society. whole
County. Florida at his office in the The death rate from this disease got home before I left as it was take a look at the spark familythe
court house of said County at Craw- lugs.; If they're fouled or burned
fordville. Florida within six calendar has dropped 50 per cent in recent out of business. Then a neighbor have pitted or carbonized areas or :
months from the time of the first publication -
of this notice. Two copies of years. Once the leading cause of pounded on the door because the cracked or worn insulators] replace] H

each claim or demand shall fee In writIng death from cancer among women, fool bell wouldn't ring. He wantedto them. If they appear to be in good .
and shall state the place of resi- .
I uterine
cancer can now be further shape, they can be reused. For the
of know
dence and post office address the if my electricity was off. ,
claimant and shall be sworn to by the reduced as a cause of I small cost involved however it's :
claimant his agent, or attorney and death. The "Pap" smear test for' He got the answer in all the usually wise to replace plugs that
accompanied by a filing fee of one dol-
languages including the all .
Scandi- at questionable.Next
lar and such claim or demand not so early uterine cancer, in which the -
filed shall be void has navian. step is the fuel system. If .. /ONLY 1 CALORIE PER SERVING
MILDRED ALLENAs Society invested many thou- you ran the carburetor dry last fall
administrator of the sands of dollars, makes possible Don't get me wrong, I'm' not you shouldn't have any trouble] with :

As Estate executor of of the early detection and prompt treat- griping I know these things do gum; deposits in the fuel system. But .' /RIGHT FOR TASTE-FULL COLA FLAVOR

Last Will and Testament of ment. Support the American Can- happen. Maybe it ,is a good thingto just to make sure, it's a good.idea .
V. J. ALLEN, deceased. ,
Mar.28 Apr. 4-11-18. cer Society's multi-million dollar make us realize how fortunatewe to remove the carburetor sediment ,

; research program during the 1963 are and it gives us an op- bowl them] thoroughly and fuel; filter in benzine and to or clean wash > /GREAT FOR CHILDREN-NO: SUGAR AT ALL

Cancer Crusade 'in the hope that portunity to count .
our blessings.The gasoline. If the bow] gasket shows
I other breakthroughs may be made off of deterioration, Smale recommends /NO
CLASSIFIED power was nearly. four signs : EXTRA COSTA
against .
cancer. hours replacing iL i: "
and it
cost the ,
Loose ] Tampa : .
weight safely with DEX- Don't make the mistake of trying '
A-Diet, full weeks supply] 98c. Electric Company ,over $10,000 an to use fuel ]left in a tank over the

Wakulla Pharmacy, Crawl hour in lost revenue., I probably winter months. Gasoline quickly
fordville. saved 30c but it was surely grand loses its ability to ignite properly
when and using old] fuel will often cause
they restored
power and I
hard starting and fuel system fouling ]
1 could return to the soft life to You probably be money aheadif

[which I had become accustomed. you throw out any left over fuel.
I. 1- __ Check the lubricant in the ]lower

gear; case. If you changed it last .
Tallahassee Business Firms fall check it again to make sure it ____ __ I
is still full If you didn't change it,
do so now taking care to refill it
with only] the type of lubricant the ,.: "

I : DIRECTORYPatornize : manufacturer How's the propeller recommends.? If it's nickedor '1'a

bent take it to a marine dealer
and have it repaired and rep tched
or replaced. Remove the propeller
and ]lubricate the shaft. While you
These Advertisers. r1i are at it, check the drive pin for ,

Give the motor' a thorough visual J '" .
t j check. Look for ]loose screws and t .
bolts. Get out your owners manual I
Baker-Alford Co. O. I. GRAMLING Proctor& Proctor and follow the recommendations for
assemblies. If
lubricating various
MTk Parts House" Inc. you detect worn parts or something 1 I >' ,
Anything for your auto truckor & CO. that doesn't look just right, it's a, e.: :'
tractor. Also for your power CadillacPontiac good: idea to have a qualified marine ;

lawnmower, and much for your One-Stop Service for Vauxhall dealer inspect the engine. \
boat. When you are satisfied everything .<
208 N. Adams St. Ph. 222-3380 FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry .. SALES AND SERVICE is shipshape connect the spark plug

Supplies MERCURY wires. Do this last to avoid the possibility "diet.rite8'
of the engine firing while .5
Garden ToolsSo. you are working on it.
Mechanic Happy boating.

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(WAkULLA COUNTY NEWSri14.1963 .. t ....',. '
& trRda7, A P_ .- 1 IS SMOKING WORTH IT?

'f. C\ ..... Eva Cosper
Mrs. Hannah Harrell and daughter PERSONALSC. This is what teenagers are being -
Rita Marie Harrell, will leave asked and trying to decide. -
D. Peak is a patient at the
April 4th to join her Husdand, The reason: Cigarettes, according
[Tallahassee Memorial
. SP/4 Jimmie Roland Harrell. in Hospital. He smoke to the American Cancer Society
had a severe heart attack last .
are the principal cause of
CHICKS Croix Chapeau, France. Hannahis
BABY Friday. lung disease that has
LIi the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. cancer a
: Tommy Raker, a student at increased 953 per cent in the last
|Johnnie Nichols. Jimmie is the
$ : son Duke University at Durham, or 30 years.
: I of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harrell of
North Carolina
I spent last week "Cigarettes," says the Society,
Panacea.Mr. [with his parents Mr. and Mrs. T. "are: the major cause of the in
and Mrs. W. S. Taylor, of A. Raker. smoker
crease. A two-or-more-pack -
FEED SEED I Kingston Ontario Canada have Mr. and Mrs. Don Tucker have not to smoke has 21 times the chance of .

been spending some time here and moved to Crawfordville from Tal- I dying from lung cancer than a
are staying at the Wilson Beach lahassee. Donald is the son of non-smoker. Lung cancer is a preventable -
FERTILIZERPoultry i it Cottages. They will leave for homeon Senator and Mrs. Luther Tucker. Per cent of 35-year-old men who will i disease" in at least 75 percent

April 8th. Glad to have had Mrs. Bobby Russ received news die before 55-depending en their I, of cases.
you here and hope that you will be: Saturday night of the sudden smoking habits. FORECAST FOR INS

Netting back again next year. : death of .her mother in Alabama.Mr. An estimated 41,000 Americans
t Rev. Carious Allen attended the: Russ, Janet and Ginger accompanied will die of lung cancer in 1963
!'Congregational Holiness Church Mrs. Russ to Alabamato 23% and about one million youngsters
Conference in Jacksonville, Florida.I. attend the funeral which was now in school will die of lung can-
Feeders last week. held Monday afternoon.Bob Nonsmokers cer before they reach the age of .
, Rev. Tom Harrell will hold: 70, if present rates continue.
son of Mr. and Mrs.
Services Sunday April 7th at the, A. L. Porter, spent the weekend at 25% Because of this the Society is
Newhome Primitive conducting a broad program
Waterers Baptist the home of his parents. Bob i is
f aimed at teenagers. A teenage
Church. Services will be held at
located in Sarasota
11:00 o'clock and EVERYONE. IS Florida. Miss Cigar and Pipe Smokers smoking kit entitled "To Smokeor
Jerry Pearce, daughter of Mr. and Not To Smoke" and a leaflet
WELCOME.Mr. Mrs. Moody Pearce, has taken a "Shall I Smoke?" point out the
Sim Nichols is in the Tallahassee 34% health hazards in amok-
and Dusters position in Tallahassee where she cigarette
-c Memorial Hospital and he is making her home. ing. A film "Is Smoking WorthIt
Insecticides is seriously ill. Mrs. Joe Harlan had as her Cigarette Smokers ?" in which teenagers partici-
The Panacea Woman's Club will guests last week, her mother and (Vz to 1 pack a day) pate, seeks to persuade those who
hold their regular monthly meetingon smoke cigarettes; to stop, others!
father, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Frazierand
Stun nni&tqt
Garden Tools not to start. I
tint Wednesday April 10th. at the her sister, Mrs. James Falls, %
MM W'lf Illll mil Woman's Club Building.The all from Arkansas.Mrs. 41 DOCTORS SMOKING LESS
Peat Moss Jim Easter Sunrise Service will
" Benny Knight is The Society is also active in ef-
# ? till! be held at Mashes's Sands. This a patientat Cigarette Smokers
. WHt fffff the Tallahassee Memorial Hos- ((2 or more packs a day) forts to reach physicians. Studies
cacao Seed Mea] tad flu *H i'' "i Baptist Church of Panacea and pital.Mr. show that many doctors who
the Lake Ellen Baptist Church. and Mrs. George Creech The risk of dying in the primeof smoke cigarettes are giving it up

Mrs. Bertha Reynolds, who is in spent Sunday in Jacksonville.Mr. life is almost twice as great and that about three out of five

. Plenty of Parking Space I the hospital in Quincy, Florida,were. and in .Jacksonville Mrs. E. C. Ferrell over, Jr.the, for men who are heavy cigarette U.S. physicians do not now smoke

-- was visited by some ,of her Panacea cigarettes.
weekend. smokers as for nonsmokers.
' ;. Friends. They were: Mrs. ( Material on cigarettes and
Wooley, Mrs. Lottie Witt, Mrs. A. *
l AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY 8 cancer is available at your local
B. and her Sister Mrs. El-
. Snyder
unit of the American Cancer So
vin Marshall, Mrs. Ada Raker and
Mrs. Bessie Long. I know that she t -

was very happy to see them and .
they report that she is doing very I I.

',!,,- well.Mr.. and Mrs. Elvin Marshall, of

Kankakee, Illinois, are visiting
i Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Snyder. Mrs.
Marshall is the Sister of Mrs.
Cecil Durren had an oyster
roasting party at his resturant on

; Thursday night and those presentwere
his wife and daughter Kay,
Mrs. Durren's Mother, Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Snyder and Mr. and
Adams St. Phone 223-0173
1010 S.
.. Mrs. Frank Cosper. A lovely time
was had by all. Thank you Qecil.
Nice to hear that J. L. Thomasis

--.. out of the hospital and back on
the job.

Mr. Emory Richardson is now

back home from his trip to the
.. D4
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. :

II.- ,. 'J Hope you will soon be well and I Ip
-- \ + -- t- strong again. Take it easy.

If you have any items of interest
please conbct me at the _
_ _
\ Panacea Barber shop or call me
at home-Yu. 4.2643 after 6:30 -

". ," ';', ." .... P.M.Bubba will again be pa idT to ward" .;the_ ==
.., -.:. Allen's hand is healing cst 'of ;each electric,";range O1 w
nicely but there is
;.. ,; :'.. in the thumb. ._ placing aflametypaPpbait'p&WDOMATIO!
Mrs. Eulene Barton is
. ', 'c- -.. recuper-
-- ating after her operation but is
still very sick. She is i in the Tallahassee
: : i -\ L Memorial Hospital.Mr. .

:Your 1:,. ,." '-' ....- ,.' and Mrs. George Cannon of
... r ';. "'.:;.:, Albany Georgia, are at their cot-
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'' ;' ; tage in Panacea and have as their
Checking .' .> -
; guests Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Sims of

! I Account Atlanta. t

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-- at ..
Rev. and Mrs. Charles Houston!

[and daughters of Lee', Fla., spent
LEWIS the' weekend' with her parents, Mr.
P Lind Mrs W. J. Roberts.Mr. Plan your cooking .

1 and Mrs. John Tooke spent'

STATE .. part of, last week in Cedar Key ...then, relax!
to attend the funeral of an aunt.
.... ..
Mr. R. P. McLendun of Starke ,. n
spent part of last week at the
1 I BANK I I .
[home of Mr. and Mr*. J. S. Cugdill

" and took care of business in Tal AUTOMATIC COOKING ...,-

zs your lahassee.Mr.. Walter. Cooper has returned -S Y set oven timer starts ond step ceeking -
1f I fan or
here after several weeks in the
'personal hospital in Dothan, Ala. Glad to signals 1 to 60 seconds .

have you home.
Mr. and irs. Tommy Roberts O BIG 23" MASTER OVEN .we

.. messenger and daughters of Macon Ga., spent }ter opening i door, holiday fonts or
several days I last week visiting her everyday cooking four cake o*
.,. ... mother, Mrs. Dewey Bishop and ;.s. oar shelf or a big turkey .TO-

other relatives.Mr. Met broiler for sizzling steak
I and Mrs. L. M. Barron and

children have purchased a new S O FOUR HIGH-SPEED CALROD SURCFACE .
The checks you write in comfort at home in Tallahassee and are in UNITS PUSHBUTTON COM- .
t4e process of moving. We hate to
home or in your office are delivered loose good citizens but wish you TROLUD fort cookin wIfie.e ...*

efficiency plus .c.*a vy
safely) by mail, with the least happiness in your new neighbor-

: effort imaginable. hood.Mr.. and Mrs. Jack Coleman and FAMOUS G-1 EASY-CLEAN FEATURES .

sun Johnny of Sparks, Ga., were! ; lift off.... doa far sicA

..- .. You have a record of the bills you've recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. cleaning no-drip cookfoy r niilu.tr .

paid by check, of the exact amount .' L. Archer. floors
Mrs. Evelyn Harrell who now ,
. you sent. resides in Tallahassee spent the ;
ii. weekend here in her home, visitingher
; children and friends.
convenience _Mrs. Mary E. Self of Atlantahas $229TRAD'

I returned to her home after
and pay all your bills with checks spending several weeks here with '
:" her sister, Mrs. Thelma Clenny. TIME TO CHANGE -
from now I If.
Mis. Lea
Lynn has returned to

1 her Tallahassee home after Memorial a few days Hospital.illnessat THE ELECTRIC RANGE AND WATER HEATER

Mrs. Viola Maples of Woodn11e-

c has been a guest at the home of FOR BETTER LIVING YTullY's
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kreager.

.Miss Kay Cogdill of FSU spent
the weekend with her parents, Mr. .

I. LEWIS STATE BANK jand Mrs.her J.birthday.S. Cogdill and celebrated Motor Servic.e .

f. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Archer were
FLORIDA'S OLDEST BANK Quests of Mr. and Mrs. Com- .

t 'MEMBER, FEDERAL' DEPOSIT. INSURANCE. CORP. modore Taft last Sunday. s CftAWfOftDVIUE, FLOJUDk. ;.
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MEDART NEWSThe First Lady Salutes VolunteerAs 4 WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS
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COMPLETE to Thursday April 4, 1963 ,
E' Tallahassee CUBE MORE Tom White family had their Symbol of 'SelfSacrifice9The

FLORIST family reun'on at Otter Lake on
1963 The Year of the Volunteer Cancer is a family of diseases
volunteer is the symbol as
March the 24th and all the children
GIVE .MORE .** has special significance characterized by abnormal growthand
to self-sacrifice
!t' I\ Flowers &. Candy Inc. SERVICE attended, there were a total of 50 of This is what Mrs. John F. for it pays honor to the spread of cells. If this malig-

present. Kennedy, wife of the President heart of any charity. Without nant process is not controlled or
. .. .. Mrs. Lois Pigott motored: to said in being named Honthe volunteer money would not checked, the patient will die.
AMERICANCANCERn Meigs, Ga., Friday to visit her orary National Crusade Chairbe raised and in many cases However, according to the American -
, mother and other relatives, she returned man for the American Cancer clinical and office staffs would Cancer Society, many can
home Saturday.Paul Society's 1963 April Crusade. be unable to function. cers can be cured If detected early
,, Pigott and family spent The Society has designated The volunteer is the symbol and treated promptly. Have a
The Year of the Volof self-sacrifice that gives health checkup once year.Kitchens .
-..Formerly Tillman'sIOa the weekend at Paul's parents Mr. as ,
and Mrs. Steve Pigott. unteer" in honor of its more vitality to a program such as
_ ', EAST JEFFERSON STREET SOCIETY Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Anderson than 2,000,000 volunteers the American Cancer Society
., In accepting_ the honorary Crusade. I wish you all great
arrived last week to spend about .
chairmanship the First Lady success in your efforts to gather
10 days at. their home on Lake wrote: the weapons to fight and
Ellen. The designation of the year conquer this dread disease."
Mrs. Marie Metcalf of Sop- I I ;. ...- .
, choppy was a visitor in Medart last 'c':; .."... _

or WA 6. CRAWFORDVILLE now have another Gulf Serv- GLEAM.
I 3.01 .. .
ice Station in Medart, McLaughlin's -
,- Grocery has changed from 4
Pure to Gulf Products. Changesand -

improvements are necessary : STay COOL

1 TIRE STORE for ness.the growth of a healthy busi- ; :.

1840 S. MONROE i '
and CLEAN. 4

il Men In Service a ..

-Navy Ensign James D. Bradford -
son of Mrs. Evelyn M. Brand. jcook with # e&f ELECTRICITY!
ford of Carrabelle, Fla., is*undergoing -
the final phase of flight

raining with Training Squadron You are in the center of a kitchen full of modern cooking
23 at the Naval Auxiliary Air
Station, Kingsvill, Tex. wizardry with your new electric range. Surrounded by

R For the first time he will fly cleanliness, each meal takes shape beautifully. You
a supersonic jet aircraft, the ,
'Grumman "Tiger", and will receive >t' are in control of precision.cooking set a'dial and every
PURVIS & HIGHTOWER-Owners of O.K. TIRE STORE training in air to air gunnery -
pot and pan becomes an automatic
,. -are pleased to announce their Anniversary Sale featUring missile employment and advanced
jet tactics. extension of your cooking know-how. There
y Daytcn Tires. You'll be pleased at the fine After this final five weeks of \.

.o. values offered to you during this intensive training, he will receivehis is no flame to worry about. no soot, ;: ,
Navy "Wings of Gold." ; :. no fumes; you're safe. You have more '.
A graduate of Florida State
:: e, power to please your family. You're
Jim Purvis Bm!! Hightower University at Tallahassee, Ens. r 5
Bradford entered the Navy in part of the majority of Florida
July 1961. ,.
ANNIVERSARY SALE i ) homemakers who cook electrically. _

USS NITRO FHTNC David > ts'%
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All New Merchandise 1963 Designs No Seconds
boatswain's 2.
1 Taylor, mate seaman, MODERN,
ALL NYLON USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira
THOROFARESAVE Taylor of Route 1, Crawfordville, EFFICIENT,
Fla., is serving aboard the am-
SAVE, SAVE with the all NYLON Thorofare at these munition ship USS Nitro, currently :::_,. &%& LIVING .. ....::'
remarkably low prices. It'. the tire for the budget minded operating in the Mediterranean -

, motorist who demands all nylon'construction.. Look at these as a unit of Task Force i

low, low prices. 63, with the Sixth Fleet. .
The Nitro, newest of the Atlantic : :. ';.t>

Fleet ammunition ships, I II :

1 = 9570xis provides ships at sea with the am- I *

5 Black 82, Black munition needed in operations.Now I I at ;
Tube Type -
Plus Tax Tax on her third Mediterranean
L Recappabl Tire TALL le assignment, the Nitro joined the ; ;

Sixth Fleet in mid-February.

Day tan 7? # Goodfellow AFB, Tex.-Airman
First Class Charles E. Updegraffof )
A SUPER VALUE The San Carlos, Calif., has completed
Dayton Flyer gives ;you the
safety that only an all ny a special United States Ai
lon cord construction can
provide plus the lone wearing size LIst PrIcN Black Force? course for communications

tread.ability of Daycold rubber Tubeless technicians here. I I I I I _______ _____ ____
; UOX15 17.te'1US- Airman Updegraff, son of Mrs.
':i: 95 7.1Ox15 21.20 14 tS Charles D. Updegraff of 1060 t= '..........

1 2 7.6Ox15 23.00 15. S Tamarack of San Carlos, is being ................
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or 7JOx14 Tubtlttt Carlmont High School. He and : :

his wife, the former MaryL. Wen lfl7k
Plus tax and eU tire off you car regardless of condition.
ning of Rt. 1, Crawfordville, Fla.,

ALL NYLON have one child. !!!

Dayton TharahrEds 7fJ / iiIIOI

A LUXURIOUS. WIDE- The American Cancer Society m mA
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tread traction built of 1,200,000 Americans alive today
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mileage here's a distinctive 4JOxl5 141/0>> 1R.n Your best protection against
Ji tire at a value price.
r : 7.10x15 S29.95 1433730x13 death from cancer is an. annual

95 $3233 17.95 health checkup.
KO/KO-15 13UO 11.95
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1.oox14 I2U5 16." 1961 CHEVROLET BelAir; V-8 4-door with 1958 RAMBLER Wagon; air-conditioned 4-door
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4.70x15 er 7.50x14 Tubeless heater. A full feature of transmission. Tons of $898

r Plus tax and old tire off you car regardless. of condition. service and satisfaction _.__ ._$t,598 !, cool comfort and room .

ALL NYLON Dayton. ore rrn'e

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Daycold Micro-Particle rub- UOX15 S33.11 1US transmission. A heavy special big measure of service -
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7.5C1x14 133.10 17.9S Radio and heater Power Steer-
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1 1.00x14 S344S 10.55$30x14 bargain contains full 198'this ing, power brakes

13U5 19.95 16 ounces ___,__, ---___ $ only ____-...__ .
fOO/.sax14 solo 20.95
; w 6.7tx1J *r 7.31x1Tubeless "
,. plus tax and old fire off you car regardless of condition. :
1959. CHEVROLET V-8' BelAir 4-door Sport 1959 ENGLISH FORD, $395:
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radio, heater. 1
Dayton Thorobired. Heavyweight bargain at__ $1,198, :

Blue RiD 1956 OLDSMOBILE 2 door $
? ,> on Radio and Heater and 395

> 1959 FORD Fordor; 6-cylinder and automatic transmission. ....____
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1961 CHEVROLET V-8 BelAir 4 Door.
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Radio and Heater, Automatic $1695
Ribbons.We ride on.the finest when you ride on Dayton Thorobred Blue. 1959 PLYMOUTH 2-door Belvedere-; automatic- transmission I .. ._ ? ..
transmission and heater.
L Heavy on economical $898

WRITTEN ROAD HAZARD satisfaction_ --__ ___
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AH Dayton passenger tires are naraat4 A real special at :__ ,__.. $495
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current DC prices. .


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1 YEAR TO PAY Price. All Prices plus tax ,
1840 :. MONRCH and old tiro off your car. ,
2 S. Monroi'
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