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 18, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33429963
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Florida, Showcase Don- Fuqua Meets Spring Festival Forest Fire Situation

Visited by Many. Local Group Here April 26 Worsened in Week

V Tallahassee, April 4-More thanE Senator Luther Tuck'er and Rep- Tallahassee April 15-Florida1*
The Sopchoppy P.T.A. will -
10,000 people have visite4 Florida's resentative Bobby Russ along with its annual Spring Festival present' on forest fire situation, already acute,

3 Traveling Showcase, in the six County Commissioners met Saturday worsened over the weekend when
April 26, 1963 at Sopchoppy High,
i cities it has visited since leaving with Congressman Don Fuqua 154 fires statewide raked 6,000
Sopchoppy, Florida. The theme for
Florida March 11, Chairman-Di and other government representa- toes of woodland In a 48-hour
thisyear's will be based
rector Wendell Jarrard, of the tives to formulate a plan to providemore program period ended at 8 a.m. today.
around the May Day festivities.The .
Florida Development Commission recreational! sites in Wakulla activities { Gt Firefighting crews and equip-
will begin at 5:00
said today. county. ment from five counties brought
v.m. with the serving of a fish
More than 22,000 pieces of liter- Jerry Banks from the Game and i under control late Sunday a 1,000
in the school cafeteria. The
ature and some 46 gallons of or. Fresh Water Commission who has supper acre fire eight miles north of Perry
manu consists of fish, grits, slaw,
ange juice have been given away made a survey of the potential of in Taylor County. Two separate
and tea,or coffee. The price
by members of the staff of the Wakulla counties natural resources per forest fires north of Panama Cityin
plate is 50c for children and $1.00
mobile Showcase, a converted bus said that a detail report will be Bay County burned 2,500 acres
for adults. *
donated to the state by the Grey- released after the Governor's Recreational i Saturday.The '
At 7:00 the coronation
ceremony -
hound Corp., Jarrard said. Development Committee p.m. largest fire driven by strong
will begin the football
' First stop on the tour was Mont has approved itA winds burned 2,000 acres and
field. The May Queen, Duchess,
gomery, Alabama. The Showcase representative from,-the U. S. jumped a Bay County highway and
Princess and their Royal Court
was in Baton Rouge La., last Mon National Forest Service stated that i ,railroad before it was stopped.
will be presented and honored with
day and Tuesday and will be in areas have been approved for Firefighting crews and 15 trac-
;the May Day Program.
Beaumont, Texas, Thursday and camp sites, picnic areas, and boat 1 tors from the Florida Forest Serv-
The coronation will be climaxed
Friday. ramps. He also stated that workat i s ice, Buckeye Cellulose Corporation,
with a drawing for
i The Showcase carries a varied Lake Ellen will be the first of I a pressure Canal Timber Company, and
i cooker and electric
array of literature about Florida, the projects. pop-corn pop- Weaver-Loughridge Company bat-
Donations for this drawingwill
its communities, attractions and Paul Kreager of the U. S. Fish per. tled the Taylor County blaze
be sold by the Student Coun-
products. A diorama of tropjcal and Wildlife Department said that which started from a string of
cil and Beta Club, of Sopehoppy
firsh Florida greenery and con- plans are being studied to enlargethe "set along a 15 mile wide front.
High School at the price of 50c.
tinuous movies of the state- are facilities at the St. Marks After the coronation ]Left to right: Representative Bobby Russ, Congressman Don Fuqua, Charles Chalker, Fuqua's administrative 1 Investigators believed at least

other features. Lighthouse. ceremony I assistant and Jerry Banks Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, at Saturday's meeting one of the Bay County, fires was
The remainder of the spring Congressman. Fuqua stated thatan the various booths will open at the Wakulla county courthouse discuss' plans for recreational development in the county. also the work of arsonists. No ar-
8:00: p.m. Some of the activities
!scherdule follows: accelerated recreational pro- rests had been made Monday, how-
and booths are: Softball Throw, s
Houston, Tex., April 8-10; San gram is underway in Washingtonand
Basketball Throw, Dart Throw, ever.Other
Antonio, Tex., April 12-13; Austin, he felt that if Wakulla county i fires totaling some 2,000
Fortune Telling, Country Store,
Tex., April 16-17; Waco, Tex., could be certified as a depressedarea t.t acres hit Alachua, Nassau, Lake,
Fish Pond, Penny Toss, Horseshoe E
April 19-20; Ft. Worth, Tex., that monies would be made Walton, Escambia, and Santa Rosa
Throw, and the Make-up booth.
April 22-23; Dallas, Tex., April available more quickly for these counties during the weekend.,
The cake walk will begin at 8:30 .}
25-27; Oklahoma City, Okla., April developments. Prevailing dry conditions continue
p.m. and at 9:00 the greased pole
Others attending the meetingwere s through most of the state.
30.Oklahoma climbing- contest will begin. The
City, Okla., May 1; : Judge George Harper, Many localities report high winds.
greased pig race will be held on ..
Tulsa, Okla., May 3-4; Little Bock, president of the Wakulla County r N 1 Low Surface moisture and un
the football field ,at 9:30 ,+ '
,,*, Ark.* 6-8; Memphis, Tenn., May Sportsmans Club; County Clerk p.m. 4 usually low humidity readings
There will be a costume parade
;; '10-11; Hpntiville' Ala., May 15-16; Moody ,Pearce; Dick Bonyata, U.S. point to continuing severe, if not
for the children with
prizes being
1 I Chattanooga, Tenn., May 18; Forest Ranger; County Commis- T ; : critical, forest fire conditions.
given for the most original
;.' Nashville, Tenn., May 20-21; sioners J. D. Turner, Willard Car- costume, .and the most beautiful : : State Forester C. H. Coulter said

Evansville, Ind., May 23-25; In ter, Ralph Strickland; Pete Comforter costume. Monday that a prolonged periodof

dianapolis, Ind., May 28-30. f County Commissioner exceptional fire danger may be

Farnklin County; Lambert Goodson i F expected, until soaking rains ar-

Jimmy McDaniels, Game and rive generally over 'the state.
Pan American Noted CoachTo
Fresh Water Fish Commission; A. Coulter again stressed extra cau
L Porter; Emmett FerreL, Nelse tion in the use of fire especiallyfield

:- Annual Meeting Revell;. Commodore Taff;'.Clayton' Speak At .;h:*.. ..!. 0 ,. brush, and trash burning, 4- .
'TampaFNSRepresentativesof ( ) Taff Fenfcm Jones;jP. F. Hen-: During the 7-day periodendedat

the press, radio and televisionwill drickson I* D. Taylor;, Jimmy j Banquet HereThe 8 a.m. at 8 a.m. Monday 261

converge on the Causeway Inn, Dykes, Johnny Miller and others. 1 Crawfordville Athletic.ban. S'i-S.- J fires had burned 6,813 Florida

Tampa, April 19 and 20 to attend quet .will be held Friday night in J forest acres.

the Southeastern Conference on the school lunchroom.The .

Latin American Studies. Postmaster Warns affair which is" held every 1 Shell Island Camp

This will be the 10th annual year by the PTA honors those who

meeting sponsored by' the Pan About Mail OrdersBecause lave participated in""sports' the Prize Winner In
Commission of Tampa '
school as well as cheerleaders.Mr. Left to right John
and the American Foundation of of the success of a number H. R. McQuillan former tor state employment: Boyles.-service administrative Senator Luther assistant Industrial Commission; Lester Bus Shebel, cites Fishing' Tournament
: Tucker; Charles Carter, Transit Co.
City Tallahassee
dun i
New, York City. Theme of the of old reliable mail order con oach will be the speaker of the .Forestry Day celebration in Live Oak last week.

meeting will be United States Mass cerns, several small operations evening. I Shell Island fish camp at St.

Communications and Latin Amer have been started in recent years. McQuillan spent more than 30 Marks was the winners headquarters

ica.Radio Some of the new mail order companies years in the coaching profession.He L1a this week, it seems, for
coverage of Latin American but out good xatalogs, have started as a football _coach in 1 X $ all three prize winning fish were

news will be dis cussed by Bill the merchandise in stock, and make 1922 at Lakeland High School and f 4 caught there in this week's Wa-

Henry, news director WFLA-TV, prompt shipment of exact mer- won the state championship in kulla County Junior Chamber of

Tampa; Charles Stafford, Assoc chandise ordered.Unfortunately. 1923. Mac was head football coachat r Commerce fishing tournament.Mrs. .
fated ,Press correspondent; and as in every Stetson University from 1923to Roger Stake of Tallahassee

Robert C. O'Hara, assistant liberal group, some will not live up to 1935 and produced 2 undefeated won the Spainsh division with a

arts professor of the University uie standards. Postmaster Peyton teams. 5V4 pounder.Mr. .

of South Florida. Yon has received complaints, which He was at Texas A. &: M. as Harold Becklin won the King

Television news will be discussedby were referred to the Postal In- assistant coach 1935 to 1941 and f Mackerel division with a 19

Fred P. Shawn, WSUIf, St. spection Service. Generally, they had a national champions team f s z pounder, he's from Tallahasseealso.

Petersburg; Kenneth A. Chris- follow the pattern of,payment In there in 1939.Following .

tianson, Univ. of' Florida; and advance for the merchandise whichis 1941 he went to Texas E( ,f. Mr. C. P. Townsend of Tallahassee -

Eugene B. Dodson, WTVT, advertised at extreme discounts. Christian University 1941 to 1953 -.' won the Speckle Trout di

Tampa.. Some of these mail order companies then spent one year at Ioloni in vision. Ills fish weighed 2 Ibs.

The role and responsibility of are only offices which accumulate Honolulu. {- 5l This is the second week of the

the newspaper in Latin American orders and take the ad- Comnjing back to the states in nine week tournament and the

news will be the topic of V. M. vance payments of customers to 1954 he was head coach at Stetson : fishing is getting better every

Newton, Jr., managing editor of pay the manufacturer. 'These op- University until 1957 when they day. The Jaycees again invite

the Tampa Tribune; David A. erations carry little or no stock, abolished football.In t everyone to come to Wakulla

Howard,.Florida Journal of Commerce because they are operating with 1957 Mac entered state employment S 3 : County during the Mackerel run

Jacksonville; and Kelly customers' advance payments. is now information of- ning season and try their hand at

Lyons Cody Publications, Kissi- Naturally, they will be very slowto ficer for Division of Water Resources landing the big opes and win some

mmee. fill orders.In under the State Board of of the wonderful prizes the Jaycees -

a few cases, they spend most Conservation.He _; are giving. eSurvival

RESOLUTIONWHEREAS of the money on operating expenses played his football at North

and then go bankrupt. Dakota State where he earned his w
the Honorable K: PlanQuestionnaire '
Postmaster Yon received a noticein B.S. degree. -

A. Strickland departed this life the mail through the Postal Senator Tucker, right talks with Silas Eubanks of
newport and Joe Brown of the
on the 12th day of April, 1963. Inspection "Service. Following is tare's office at Forestry Day in Lire Oak. of Agrien Out
AND WHEREAS, he had been a New Colors and
quoted from the notice preparedby
of Talquin Electric Cooperative New Owners At Senator Luther Tucker and
the Court Appointed Receiver:
Fashions To Look O.E.S. Honors Representative Bobby along with
foe: a good many years "The company has tens of thousands
has served faithfully as a Director .... Fish Bowl the County Commissioners have
of customer all over the
Kenneth A.
district since 1951. For In: Summer'sWashandWear Verna MartinThe sent out a questionaire to the citizens
from his country. It will be impossible for Funeral services for Kenneth A
his council Homosassa, (FNS) G. A. of Wakulla County to de-
AND me to answer all inquiries in de- Strickland, 41, was held Sunday
,attendance Crawfordville Chapter No. Furgason, general manager of termin whether or not they are in-
constant ,to
advice and tail and it will take months to
me front the First Baptist Church of
Z42 Order of the
Eastern Star Co. ofa
and affairs of the Norris Cattle has disclosedthe terested in protection in case
the meetings straighten out the affairs of this Crawfordville with the Rev. S. A. honored Mrs. Verna Martin
newly company's purchase of the Nature's nuclear attack.
aided in its
Cooperative greatly* company." Look for China blue (the color Coxwell officiating. Burial was in
installed Grand Instructor of Dis- Giant Fish Bowl at Ho The states that the
growth and advancement which in Postmaster Yon advises all to of ""faded denim),Thai pink,India- the Crawfordville Cemetery. message
trict 5, at their regular meeting mosassa for a reported price of county Commissioners have ap-
ink black and
to all the lots of
resulted In benifits grays yellow,
of mail order firms
turn Strickland died suddenly Fridayat .
white. These are summer sportswear's Thursday night April 18. 385000. pointed Capt. W. S. Schley as DIrector -
members. he will be you have never heard about, that fashion colors. his home in Crawfordville. He She was Installed at Jacksonville Furgason said the company also of Civil Defense for Wakulla

AND missed WHEREAS by ,the officers require advance payment for mer- Pack them up :I. .tote them off to was a native of Taylor County but Fla., ,during the "Chimes purchased adjoining property for county and that be has drawnup

greatly members of the .chandise, or ,make exggeratedclaim Tahiti or the nearest seashore had lived In Wakulla County for of Love" Grand Chapter Session $135,000. The Fishbowl is an underwater a plan designed for the protection
management, whom desire of savings. wear them well. Then dunk them in 16 7e&rs. He was chairman of which was April 1 to 6th in the fish exhibit and Cirtrus of the citizens of Wakulla

Cooperative,anof ; to the basin and hang them up to drip- deacons of the First Baptist new Civic Auditorium. County's only tourist attraction. county. State and National Civil

express-thei( sympathy and con- I dry. If your family sportswear is Church, a Mason and member of Members of the Crawfordville it
Tentative plans, according to heads have as
to the family of K. A. made of quality fabrics, they'llsure be
dolances to give you the easiest vacation the Eastern Star, past presidentof Chapter attending the Grand Furgason, include the installation one of the best plans available fora

Strickland. be it resolved .. Books On Sale, At you've ever had. the PTA and a director of Tal Chapter Session were: Mrs. Hazel of tanks for special fresh water coastal county and also one that
NOW I quip Electric Co-operative. He McFadden, Past Grand Warder: will for
of Directors The fish exhibits. Expeditions will also afford protection everyman
by"the- Board Electric Cooperative Spring FestivalIn (those who big'sportswear turn out clothes designers for the was office manager of the U. S. Mrs. Josie Lee Daniel (retiring' be sent to various foreign countriesto woman and child in the area.

of the 'Tallin regular meeting National Li- typical American family)choose practical Department of Agriculture. Grand Instructor Secretary of District locate unusual types of fresh Anyone who desires this protection -

Inc.;.at/ita recognition of materials. For instance, cottons Survivors Include his widow, 5), Mrs. Lucille Cummins, water fish to be displayed. has only to fill out the information

assembled tWa 17th day of April, brary Week, April 21-26, the made by Peppered have the exclusive Katherine; three sons, Kenneth Jr., Associate Matron, Mrs. Willie-Mae William B. Ray, former director asked at the bottom of
into the
that it shall put Sopchoppy School will sell new non-resin wash-wear "Chartered"finish.
Richard and
1963 Wayne Elmer Eugene Brown Condruetress.Seek relations at Silver the letter and It to the CD
of this Board, written paperback books at its annual .Sanforizing too.gives the family of public return
minutes Strickland's held the clothes-buyer added,. non-shrink ; one daughter, Kathy; his Springs, has been retained as Director at the Courthouse.
recognition of K. Spring Festival, to be Mr. and Mrs. New Cancer Cures
insurance parents F.
public relations consultant for the This notice is being sent out so
and toMs schooLBooks
to this organization, evening of April 26,'at, the
service : Strickland of Perry; three bro-
American Cancer that the governmeataiofficials
The attraction. interested
this service For fun-filled choose Society'sresearch
county, and that will be sold at the country a vacation, thers, Eaton W. of Perry, Duwardof of
and without booth with include sportswear with a simple cut and program supports hun may know the wishes
voluntarily selections
was made store ; minimum:of ornamentation. This is Miami and Penn J. of Jacksonville dreds of scientists who are seek- the people.

s&1or compensation, and that fiction: and non-fiction, for'both' the look:,for 1961 and it means easy ; one sister; Mrs. Leslie Quigg ing new cures for cancer, possible If you, want protection return

a copy of tbia resolution be sent. Junior. and; Adult, readers. washing and little or no ironing- .'r. of Perry. preventives, and new methods of the Information.

to his fam ,. or good at news home.whether' you're on a trip detection Support the Society's
t' -
1963 Cancer Crusade.

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2 Thursday, April 18, 1963 TV Minutes of County ,

Tallahassee COMPLETE .j


NEWS GEO.WA CREECH 6-3612 Board The Walcalla 15,County 1963 School Flowers &. Candy Inc- SERVICE i)1

met in regular session at
WAlnut 6- 301 8:00 a.m.. April IS, 1963. The
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Chairman Mr. Cruel called the ; t
e' meeting to order with the follow : : : !I

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; Barber Shop ing members present: :; --- .
Mr. Gowdy, Mr. Roddenberry : .- :
Virginia Kefchtler / :T._ Editor ,
2238 South MonroeMen' Mr. .
Posey, and Mr. Paulk.
_, : '.. Formerly Tillman's *4'. :; .. ">, 'f
.::43", and Boys Haircuts Moved by Mr. Posey and seconded ...... .v" .

Board by Mr. Roddenberry that the flOojEAST, { JEFFERSON 5CtgE1;t':1. $ ";

employ Harry Pelt to replace .
Entered at Crawfordville Florida ,' ... -; -
Bill Strickland as of the : ': .
second class matter. 16th "
as Subscription .. of April, 1963.
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Voting for the motion: Mr. :Ar" I, .
rate $3.00
: per year.
DEE COOK. Owner Posey, Mr. Roddenberry Mr. -4' q .., .'-.-" :: ,
Gowdy- Mr. Paulk, and Mr. Crum. I'Hj'NE2245023 TALLAHASSEE FLORID- V.i. ,
by Mr. Posey and g. { & l
If You Need. seconded bv. Mr.. f7nwdv..that the or WA 6-3301 eRA'VF RDv i :"
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Minutes of March 25th, 1963, be ;

o Office Supplies TO NOTICE WHOM IT OF MAY LEGISLATION CONCERN: Notice approved as read. E i

Business Machines is hereby riven of intention to Voting for the motion: Mr. Rod- ,'.. e'
apply to the 19O Session of the Florida -
Office Furniture Legislature for passage ot. an denberry, Mr. Posey, Mr. Paulk, First Lt. W. Guy McKenzie: Jr., (left), whose parents live at' 705 S.

"See or Call act. elections the substance In St.relating Marks.to WafcuOa municipal Mr. Gowdy, and .Mr. Crum. Ride, Tallahassee, Fla.. receives congratulations and the Army Com-

:county; mending section I1%. cha per Moved by Mr. Paulk and seconded |mndation Medal from Maj. Gen. wight B. Johnson; deputy commander
01-2764. Laws ot Florida: providing of the U. S. Woodville Lumber Co. .
Air Command
RANEY WHALEYat absentee voting. by Mr. Posey that all incoming ,at EDt! Air Force Base during recent ceremonies .,
: Colorado
Springs, Colo.
Luther C. Tucker mail into the Office Lieutenant McKenzie: ....
Superintendent's i received the award .
Senator 5th District service: while serving with the 71st
I Bobby BussRepresentative be stamped as to the date it.Artillery's 2d Missile'Battalion oin Korea. The 25-year-old officer: ,. .:

CAPITAL OFFICE 4/11. 18./e3 Wakulla County was received. ]entered School in the 1956 Army in March 1961. He was graduated from Leon High Lumber Building Supplies :; '
for ; and from Washington and Lee University,
EQUIPMENT CO. I NOTICE OF LEGISLATION Voting the motion was Mr. Va.. in 1960. Lexington _; 0

I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Pbsey, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Gowdy, Mr.|
319 South Adams St. : is hereby given of intention to Roddenberry and Mr. CrumMoved Travel Note !
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE. ,apply to. the flU Session of the Flor '
!Legislature for passage of an act by Mr. Posey and seconded Need And Appreciate YourBusiness"
FLORIDAIN I relating to municipal elections in Sop- ,..r ,. .
choppy. Wakulla county: amending by Mr. Gowdy that JosephusShingles' ; ., A "How.To-0o-It"/
!section 6 of chapter 31275. Law. ot request for the use of a + aw A :
I Florida 1959; providing for absentee .
voting.Luther school bus be granted to go to t". .\ PAINT POINTERS LJ .
C. Tucker
Senator 5th District
FLORIDA IN AND FOR WAKULLA I I Bobby RussRepresentative Wakulla Voting for the motion was Mr. .,. .-. 1.-- :' ; '4t, ,
COUNTY. AT LAW. : County 'i*"
Gowdy, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Rodden
NO. 415 4/11. 18783 -.i
SEARS. ROEBUCK AND CO.a > berry, Mr.. Posey and Mr. Crum. Quality and Price Guaranteed'Ross :, \
foreign corporation.Plaintiff )) Moved by Mr. Roddenberry'and

-vs- ) seconded by Mr. Gowdy that the
ALICE POSEY. .) .....
,Defendant. J Board .have a telephone installedin
the bus Owner
: -r. Voting for the motion was, Mr. :
Alice Posey. who is presently residing
Gowdy, Mr. Posey Mr. Paulk Mr. a
at 1200 Cordon Street S.W. Atlanta .

DEFENDANT Georgia. GREETINGSYou Roddenberry, and Mr. Crum. l ."-
are hereby notified that an Moved by Mr. Roddenberry and .
action for replevin has been filed '!?,
against you in the Circuit Court of seconded by r. Posey that the bills ..
wakulla County. Florida at law. styled be paid
Sears. Roebuck and Company vs. Alice as presented. SPECIAL
Posey; and you raiJe: y required to 1 Voting for the motion was Mr. JAKARTA, INDONESIA While THURSDAY, FRIDAY
file your the Clerk of the .
Circuit Court and to serve a copy thereof Paulk Mr. Posey, Mr. Gowdy, Mr. the exploits of man in,space are When that early breath of
upon the plaintiffs attorney. Moore, Roddenberry and Mr. Crum. .featured in this biUboh.arJdakarta spring gently ripples the watersat and SATURDAY
it Henderson. Lewis State Bank Build favorite
local 1 movie t your marina or
ing. Tallahassee. Florida on or before Moved by Mr. Gowdy and seconded housef"
the 18th day of April. A. D. 1963 to the betjak (a bicycle cab_) launching ramp, you'll want to
Complaint t erein. Herein fail not. or ..... by Mr. Paulk that the Board driver is faced with more earth- be ready to shore off for a test PICNIC HAMS, lb. 29c .
Judgment default.:Mill be entered against youby accept Mrs. Creedell C. Davis' bound problems as he tries to get run in your sail or power boat. .

WITNESS. My hand and seal of said resignation as requested by letteron his bike moving again in the Make.it a happy launching by I
Court in Crawfordville. Wakulla County. flooded street.IN planning right now to get the
Florida, this 22nd day of March A.D19tf3 March 31, to become effectiveat boat in tip-top condition. Copelands Skinless Franks 12 35c
MOODY PEARCE. THE the close of this school term THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Inspect both the hull and Interior oz.
Clerk ot Circuit Court. of 1962-63 year. FLORIDA IN AND FOR WAKULLA surfaces carefully for
Wakulla County. Florida Voting for the motion was Mr.' COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. No. __ winter damage to finishes. Replace -
JOHN D. BUCHANAN JR. FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE loose caulking, sand down Maxwell
MOORE tt HENDERSONLewis of CHRISTIHflSCIEflCE Gowdy, Mr. Posey, Mr. Paulk, Mr. K. ,T.Plaintiff.Smith. rough or damaged areas. Then, House COFFEE, lb. tin 69c

State Bank Building Elcddenberry and Mr. Crum. choose: the finest quality paints
P. O. Box 986.Tallahassee. Ben Abrahams and Hilma M. Abra-
Florida, The Superintendent recommended and varnishes you can buy for
Attorney for Plaintiff. the instructional and non-in- hams his Defendants.wife. overhaul and apply them prop- Fresh BANANAS 2 Ibs. for 25c
Mar 28.: Apr:41118. NOTICE TO APPEAR erly to assure ultimate protec- .
personnel. The Board THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: tion of your boating investment
... will meet at a later Bate to con- Ben Abrahams and Hilma M. Abra- whether
craft is 10 foot
hams. Route No. 2. your a '
lnOniTOR sider the recommendation.Moved Fayetteville Georgia. dinghy or a sleek yacht. Cindy Cream Style Corn 303 2 for 29c
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY by Mr. Posey and seconded You are hereby notified that a suit "Dulux" marine finishes area ,
JUDGE WAKULLA COUNTY FLOR. to foreclose a mortgage has beenbrought .
IDA. IN PROBATE. by Mr. Paulk that the Board against you by N. T. Smith, good choice for refinishing
IN PROBATE in the Circuit Court of Wakulla County because: they offer'easy applica-
IN RE: ESTATE OF J-= .- adjourn. Florida and you are hereby requiredto tion, longer retention oL gloss DUKES
; : file -with the Clerk of the Circuit MAYONNAISE '
V J. ALLEN. Deceased. ; VotmglforlitheLinQtion qt. 49c
TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS was Mr. Court of.said County your written defenses and whiteness quick drying and . ;,: : ?.
HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Accurate Posey, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Gowdy, Mr. If any in said suit, and to extra durability through built-in ,

AGAINST You and each SAID of ESTATE.you are hereby noti- Roddenberry and Mr. Crum.C. .- CrawfordvUle.serve a copy of Florida same "tto"\nt. Porter.for the resistance Most to fumes and harbor, Shop Here For Your Seed Feed ,.
fied and required to present any clauns Complete L. Townsend; Plaintiff. on or before the 20th day .of gases. marine dealers ('anpro"ide '
May. A. D. 1963. "Dulux" .
and demands which you or either of, any finish you .
you. may have against the estate of Superintendent WITNESS the Honorable W. May need, from metal primers and. _.
Walker one of the Judges of said .
V J. Allen deceased late of said Coun- Fertilizer
C. L. Townsend, antifouling bottom paints to
the County Judge of Wakulla News Court and the Seal thereof at Craw- a
County. Florida, at his office In tfiecourt Superintendent fordvllle. Wakulla County, Florida, this superior new spar varnish that
house of said County at Craw. V 13th day of April. A. D. 1963. includes ingredients to protect -
Florida within six calendar (SEAL) PIGOTT'S STORE t
IOrdvUlei the finish from sunlight _
from the time of the first publication Coverage Moody Pearce deg
of this notice. Two copies of Cancer of the colon and rectum Clerk Circuit Court. radation. And they'll be gladto ..
Wakulla ,
each claim or demand shall be in writing Americans each County Florida.A. help answer your maintenance l\fEDART : ;: ;
and shall state the place of residence strikes 70,000 L. Porter. Florida questions. .. !
and post office address of the According to the .American Crawfordville ..
claimant and shall be sworn to by the year. Attorney for Plaintiff. TOP VALUE >O
iPjlnfed in We give Stamps
claimant his agent or attorney and Cancer Society, nearly 40-.000; April 18-63-4 times :. :: :
accompanied by a filing fee of one dollar die of the disease annually although i '-
and such claim or demand not so BOSTOriLOS :"
filed shall be void. three out of four patients ,
MILDRED ALLENAs ANGEUSLONDON could be saved by early diagnosis. S ,
administrator of the
Estate of Support the American Cancer Society's

As Last executor Will and of Testament the of 1963 Crusade. : : : .

V. J. ALLEN deceased. : ;. : : ::
Mar.28; Apr. 41118. Today there is no cure for leukemia i i I : ..

1 Year $22 6 Months $11 cancer of the bloodforming < ;. < "
3 Months $5.50 tissues, but scientists sup- ? ** ; ..

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1 t
PERSONALS Eva Cooper of the highlights of the

NEWS Mrs. Lena Nichols had as her Easter Holidays was the St.
Dr. and Mrs W. W. Moore and guests Curtis and Esther Kendall Marks Community Easter Egg She Florida Forest Service

by Louise C. SappA five children of Atlanta, spent and baby of Palm Beach, Florida. hunt held at the St. Marks school Announced the following rainfall

youth rally was held at Sop- Sunday with Mrs. Moore's parents :Esther Kendall is the sister of which was sponsored by the town recorded at Wakulla County Towers ,I
choppy Congregational Holiness Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tucker and ;':Mrs. Nichols officials. About 50 children at- Ii i

Church Saturday evening April attended services at the Baptist We are very sorry' to hear that tended this event and hunted seventeen for the week ,

13, with Otter Creek and Carra- Churclu The Moores are on vacation Geneva Barwick is in the Tallahassee dozen eggs. Master Ted of :April 9.19frfr: through

belle Holiness Churches'participa..tang. at Panama City Beach. Memorial Hospital. Hope Gerrell son of Mr. and Mrs. Son- April > .1963 :4Crawfordville I
Each church presented a program Jack Pearce, son of Mr. and that it is nothing serious and that ny Gerrel was the,best egg hunter. .. !
concerning Easter. Refresh Mrs. Moody Pearce spent the you will soon be home. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Green spent i I

ments were served with proceeds Easter holidays with his parents. Minnie Lou Taylor is a grandmother several days last week in Mc- Tower .00 I

going towards the youth camp, Jack is with the Air Force, stationed -,' again. Rita and Amos Comb, Miss., visiting friends ancrelatives. Newport Tower t10 : :. ". I

which is located at the Sopchoppy in Charleston South Caro Taylor are the proud parents of a Average nP** ; '

camp ground.Rev. lina.Mr ,baby boy born April 11 th at the Mr. Harry DeShazo has returnee Hannah Harrell and daughter I
Fred Combs of Sanderson, and Mrs. Harold'Blanton Forsyth Hospital in Tallahassee.: home after a week's fishing tripat Rita Marie left April 4th to Join ,
Fla., statred a week's revival at and children spent the holidays at Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cox have Lake George with friends. FIRE REPORTFires her husband. SP/4 JImmie RokndHarrell. i
the Congregational Holiness Fort Walton Beach. bought the Ruth and Hub's Service Mrs. Jack Ward, Mrs. Bertie to date this year 25 in Croix Chapeau France. .
church Sunday night, April 14. Bob Porter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Station. It is now the C. & D. Coggins and Mrs. Daisy Euring date last 16 Hannah is the daughter of Mr. and If
Fires to year Mrs. Johnnie Nichols and Jimmie b
Services begins each night at 7:30 A. L. Porter spent Easter with his Gulf Service Station. Wish youa left Monday for Orlando to visit the
this 122.7 son of )lr. and Mrs. Tom liar-
p.m. p.m. The public is invited to parents lot of success with it Mr. Cox. their sister, Mrs, Gladys Light- Acres to date year veil of Panacea. '
attend. i C. D. Peak Mrs. George Walker, Mrs. Kathleen Childs is now foot who is ill and has.undergone Acres to date last year 224.0S.J I

Dennis Allen, son of Brother Emmett Farrell Sr., Mr. J. B. back in Panacea to stay. Wither surgery. .
Carols Allen and Mrs. Allen is in Laws and Mrs. Billy Gagy have mother, Mrs. Amy Goss. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Doc Franklin of -

the Carrabelle hospital.The all returned to their homes from Goss had a stroke on April 3rd Athens, Ga., and son, Mr. Bobby

Junior-and Senior Banquetwas the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.Mr. and is bedridden. Mrs. Childs sister -. Franklin of Ft. Lauderdale were TIRE

held in the Cheerokee Hotel, and Mrs. Billy Howell and Julia Jordan, from Sarasota, the week end guest of Mr. and! STORE _
at Tallahassee, Friday at 8 p.m. children from Apopka visited in Florida was here from April 8th Mrs. Luther Franklin ..
The Theme was Magic Moments." Crawfordville last weekend. until April 11th. Mrs. Goss' Mr. and Mrs. Hucy Gallawayand 1840 S. MONROE '

Invocation was given by Coach James White, of Blountstown, grandson, Walter Nelson and wife, son spent the week end in A 'D TSAA? : .

Ovid Sanders. Murray McLaughlin formerly of Crawfordville, visitedin from Taylorsville, Georgia, were Chipley with Mrs. Gallaway, Sr.

a 1962 Graduate of Sopchoppy I Crawfordville, Monday. here Thursday.April 11th. Another Mr. R. P. McLendon of Starke GIGANTIC
High School, was the guest speaker Miss Judy Brown from F.s.U. sister of Mrs. Childs, Mrs. Jessie visited with Mr. .and Mrs. J. S.
of the evening. A band, the visited Billie Helyn Hammick last Nelson is still here.* \ Cogdill last week..

Sabars, furnished the music for a 1 weekend.Mr. Rev. Tom Harrell will hold services Mrs. L. E. Branch and daughter

dance which followed the dinner.i and Mrs. W. R. Porter from Sunday April 21st, at the of Albany, Ga., visited with her

John and Pula Stokes of Monti-i Mulberry, Ruth Coleman from Newhome Primitive Baptist mother, Mrs. Lennie Oliver duringthe
cello were visitors during the 1 Lakeland, Edwin Coleman from Church. Services will be held at week.

spring holidays of Sam Dunlap Augusta, visited Mr. and Mrs. S. 11:00 o'clock and Everyone is Wel- Mr. Eddie Ward and daughter,

and Joan Sanders B. Forbes, Jr., last weekend.Mr. come. Becky of Tampa spent the week

The Robert Griffins had as their and Mrs. Ed Ward of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cosper end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. r

guest during the week, their Gainesville, were the guests of Mr. spent Easter Sunday in Tampa at Jack Ward. a -
daughter Joyce and little grand and Mrs. C. L. Townsend over the the home of Mrs. Cosper'a Par Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Roberts } PURVIS &
daughter Susan of Albany, Easter holidays. !,ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Grover. and daughters of Macon, Ga., f
Georgia, Mrs. Cleo Willis and Mrs. Mrs. L. D. Taylor has returned:',Also with her Parents for a short visited her mother, Mrs. Nora -are pleased to announce their Anniversary Sale featuring

Frances Acoch of CooUdge, to her home from the Tallahassee visit is her brother, W. G. GroverJr. Bishop and sister, Mrs. Julia ; -, Dayton Tires. You'll be pleased at the fine
Georgia. Memorial Hospital, where she underwent who is here from Anchorage, Floyd this week end. -
Mrs. Jessie. Hightower and children surgery last week. Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kreager are values offered to you during this .

of Wacissa visited Jessie's Mr. and Mrs. Dural Raker of Clark Metcalf and Emory Rich- enjoying a tour of the mountainsof

parents Mr. and Mrs. Sim Land, Tampa, Florida, formerly of ardson went fishing Saturday and Georgia and Tennessee. this
and while here she and Mrs. Land Crawfordville, spent last weekend caught some nice fish. They sur- week. Jim Purvis Bill Hightower

visited Mrs. Lands mother, Mrs. with Mr. Raker's family.Mr. prised Frank Cosper with a nice Mrs. Evelyn Harrell of Tallahassee -

Maggie Craft of Pensacola. and! Mrs. Clarence Rehwin- mess of them. Many thanks. spent the week end in her ANNIVERSARY SALE
The Sopchoppy Yellow Jackets I &kel and children from Pensacola Cecil Durren's Resturant, Serv- home here and visited her children ;

defeated the Carrabelle Mullets spent Easter with Mr. Rehwinkel's ice Station and Tackel shop is and friends.

3-2 in a baseball game here Tuesday -i parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Re- looking real nice.According Mrs. Onez Walker has returnedto AH New Merchandise 1963 Designs No Seconds
afternoon, April 9. I hwinkel. her home after a few days at
Mr. and Mrs. Cleona Blackburn Mrs. Vivian Tully, sister of Mrs. T.M.H. We will be happy when ALL NYLON

of Jacksonville visited Mrs. ; Mabel Pearce was a visitor in to the American she is able to ,resume her dutiesat THORO FARE .

-Blackburn's mother, Mrs. Levy,! Crawfordville last week. Mrs Tul- Cancer Society, about 530,000 new school as she is missed by her .
Willis Monday, April 8. ly formerly lived in Crawfordville cancer cases will be diagnosed in students and friends We are SAVE, SAVE, SAVE with the all!l NYLON Thor ofa r, at the* "
Mr. Clayton Taft was a visitor and is now a resident of Jackson- 1963. One out of three of them wishing for you a speedy recovery! remarkably low prices. It'* the tire for the budget minded _
in Sopchoppy Thursday of last ville,. where she lives with her will be saved because the cancer motorist who demands all nylon construction. Look at these
week. daughter., was diagnosed early and treated '\. 'low, low prices.

The Sopehoppy High School, Sheriff and Mrs. W. R. Taff attended romptly.. See your doctor now.

Band was one of the 21 bands attending : a reception at the Capital -
the' District Concert at i City Country Club, given by Mr. :i 730x5

Port St. Joe Friday and Saturday,I and Mrs. Jack Madigan in honorof 5 a.70x15 aladt 3 >M
April 5 and 6. senator and Mrs. John Spott- FLORIDA STATE Tube Type TUbelesl
wood of West. Plus Tu Plus Tu
Miss Linda Durant rated superior Key a R'ubl. a Receppeble
on her saxaphone playing, The TALL

which enables her to to the
go Now Showing Held Over
Some 4,700 children will die of NYLON "
State Concert. McDonaldwill '
Henry cancer in 1963 if present rates :7l .. .
accompany her. continue, according to the Amer- : EIvisPresJey' '''' .. _. iII.-:. .w ... -" :: _. DaytonA .. ,-.. :. .:: .: ::: .
Mr. and Mrs. Bob White from r4JOx1S
ican Cancer Society. Many of SUPER VALUE. The
Williston visited Mrs. Whites thee deaths will be unnecessary Natalie Wood Dayton Flyer gives you the
"It Happened At safety that only an all ny
grandmother and grandfather, Mr. because cancer was detected too Ion cord construction can
and Mrs. Eli McKenzie last week- late for effective treatment. provide plus the lone wear- Size LIlt Black 1
The World's Fair"In In? ability of Daycold rubber
. Parents should be aware that cancer tread Tom4.7ox1s _ _
end.An Easter reunion was held at strikes children as well as' "WESTSIDESTORY" : 1s
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4 : ::: i7.IOzlS
the new home of Mr. and Mrs.; Del-,adults. ( Color) 9 5 14 n

bert Roberts, Sunday, April 14.1 12 7.6Ox1J 23.00 US
Those present, other than Mr.: The American Cancer Societyhas 73Ox117.10
Usted'seven danger signals 1USUOx14
Roberts and his family, were Mrs.
Delma Roberts, Miss Elizabeth that might mean cancer: ((1)) Unusual .... 21.20 I 1dS
bleeding or discharge; ((2) er 7JCKU Tubeleu
and Miss June Roberts
Roberts A lump or thickening in the breastor OUTDOOR Off WOOftVILLE HWY.
all of Sopchoppy, Mr. and Mrs. elsewhere; (3) A sore that BHBDOHHBBBH Plus tax and old tire off you car regardless.. of cenrfttion.
Delton Colvin of Medart, Mr. and
does not heal; (4) Change in Saturday
Mrs. Jerry Hodge and family of bowel or bladder habits; (5) Friday and ALL NYLON

Tallahassee, and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hoarseness or cough; (6)) Indi Wild-A-Rama Tonight thru Saturday: Dagt on Tharalireiis

Earl Roberts and girls also of gestion or difficulty in swallow- "WILD GUITAR"
Tallahassee. An egg hunt was enJoyed -;,,ing, and (7) Change in.a wart or A LUXURIOUS. WIDE-
.., by all the children after:l mole. If a signal lasts more than "WILD IN THECOUNTRY" of Christ tread TRACK traction TIRE. .with. built twin of S I7. _Lhl_PriceBrldl..
dinner. i two,weeks, go to your doctor. A Story Nylon and featuring multiple Tutoies* _
S rubber compound for bonus
An Easter egg hunt was held mileage here's a distinctive JOxU7.10x15 124.JOIJ 15.M
The American Cancer Society's tire at a value price
on the church lawn Saturday af "WILD AND THEINNOCENT" .
C {
ternoon for the Sunday school I immediate goal is the saving of "KING OF KINGS' :: :
'265,000 lives, or half of those who 9 5 740x15 $ 17. S

children.An develop cancer each year. This can 1OO/12O-1S s3 .o 11.117.50x14
Easter egg hunt was held at be accomplished by early diagnosis 'RUNNING WILD' S_ I 5 SUA is.n
the Harms place Sunday afternoon and prompt treatment. Havea
-families enjoying the occassion health checkup every year. $AOx1$29.95 14.M
the Frank Schroeder family I t 50IrU $2210 11.15Plus
were ; <.7 xIS er 7JOxU Tubeleu
u -- ----
Douglas Rogers and Al ZariT-co I
families; Emos Bar neau and ""'I tax and old tire off you car regardless of condition

family of Tallahassee. -Ste Us For All Of Your ALL NYLON Dayton Thorohred.J F/W/////J'

: MEDART NEWSSteve PREMIUM. Dayton IN EVERY Thorobred TEATURE. Sir. List "Vic* BIKIr-

a Premiums are stronger safer TutwteuJ3X10
Pigott and Lime Wallace $ than new car tires. Superior

have returned home after being in -- Darcold ber formula Micro-Particle assures thousands rub4.70X15 1US .
the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. of dependable bonus 7.1OxU U4J5 11,95
Mr. and Mrs. Glean Lawhorn SpringS $39JS 1 fSIMS
of-Jacksonville and Mr. t 9 ;: :
I and family -i r IS $44.20 !o 9s
, and Mrs. Fred Lawhom of Albany 7.5Ox14
j visited Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Carter 1 17 10110S34J5
i weekend. I.OOxU 1US
over the Easter r
r Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pigott, Mr. i UOx14 I3.I5 IUS
GardenNEEDS .
and Mrs Pappy Council of Talla- 479x15 er 7Jtxl4 Ttffcefcts/ 9OII"5OxU S44.M 20 M

! hassee and Virgil Pigott of Crest- ..
/ view visited Mr. and Mrs. Steve .. Plus tax and Old tire off you
', Pigott Sunday. '
; Mrs. Delmar Stiger is still in -- ALL NYLON

i the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital Dayton ThorohrEcI0i'
will be returning ti
and we hope :
4 SEEDS of aH kind .;
: home soon. '
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Cratchfield: of Armour's: Pint Food_ '-,1i" Blue Ribbon

; Panama City and Willie Ray: I .. faARDFNT00LSA x. S .

' Pigott spent the weekend with .: THE ULTIMATE IN

i- .. their parents Mr. and Mrs. dm-, COMPLETE UNE 9.F .. .HOSE ; 'i% ear with incomparable QUALITY Dayton Thorobred is yours when Blue you Ribbon equip Tires.your .: '..

k- ton Pigott .. LAWN Sf RlNKLBRSFERTILIZERS s The most advanced C5mpOUnd' P01***"**" ,-1'
} Miss Nancy Stephens of Tallahassee FEED Aad RED INGREDIENTS .or- with Clyton's own B-ehwQ rubber, coupled
!. visited Mr. and Mrs. CeCtoa S *4 MI &ad Hula :e Nylon Is used to garb ,
the Blue Ribbon
extraordinarily durable
reliably safe You
- Rouden Sunday. < TBKtHGINSfCTlCIDES ride on the finest when
Lawrence ride
j. you on Dayton Thorobred Blue
Eubanks off .
Noms .
and Mrs. F.r Ribbons.
Mr Rudy New .
weekend with Mrs. ;
spent the i.
Perry SpringTotMt PI tiRs
asoBaby -
; Verdie Eubanks. + -
t Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Howell ...... .. I. We honor WRITTEN ROAD HAZARD _. .
Whaley Satur ; GUARANTEE
visited Mr Johnny 4An
f : = CHICKS
day. Dayton I'Useaer tires are parutHcl
'. h n. DaytoA
AmericanExpress Tire A C..paa,
r to trees ttee
W. cat tae .rtVaal i,a1as& &


uvtetr ,friarherding TSft-isr AdJaatmnau m4e .. a, pr.-,.... tests at
noW torrent DC prices

Q-' :san Canes r, Society, At present :

L' c it will strike one in four .
tee, .
" A health checkup every USE YOUR CREDIT For White Side WaRs
K persons: best protection tIC" TIRE STORE NO MONEY DOWN Add $3.00 to the Black
i yr St. I
; ,1SifS. Ai.en 223-9173
F" year cancer. .... ;: 1 YEAR TO PAYI Price. Ail Prices plus tax
against 1t40 S. MCN10I and old tire off your car7l'
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IN THE SERVICEU. 4. Thursday, April 18. 1963t
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(AHTNC)-Army; Pfc Thomas H.
- Strode whose mother Mrs. Margaret H
: < :; fcShe's Gasldn. lives on Route 4.
( : >
; J : -, <, : (: Tallahassee Fla., ,boo a member ofthe
1st Battle Group of the 38th t _
: Infantry which is scheduled to be > fit' .1

irlifted to Fort Benning, Ga.,

', : "J from Germany; in mid-April, under i .
the ROTAPLAN troop rota-

'it.. :'A. don system. P t!7J a 3t

: ', ROTAPLAN is designed to .
_'.: 0#: hsote"ri expedite the movement of troops
--it. !? and
between the United States 5

., .- Europe. The battle group has been t- -
,'; '1'- : : 'ijI : stationed in Germany for the past R

: : .,:
"> /, six months.
,. .. t- Strode a grenadier in thegroup's I
-'. ," ; Company; D, entered the ;Wes r Dickerson and Party of Tallahassee with a good catch of Spanish
:r ]Mackerel caught off Wakulla County shores.
:,,:.. Army; in April 1961, completed
basic training at Fort Benning

Ga., and arrived overseas in October -
DSCORATION DAY.,, u_._' -_
The 18-year-old soldier was last
.. I
assigned at Fort Benning'Ga.'
whose great, great grandfather

.. Richard Roberts was a
C' << .. r. !
F ls erate Patriot, will be Confed-1
U. S. Forces (AR-
: ." along with other Children
y C-Army; Specialist Four Confederacy in the Memorial Day;
/< ; Pat D.. Burns of Mr. and
\ \ son Services, April 26, from 4 to 5p.m.
Mrs. Burns, Sopchoppy; it itMr.
Quinton r
." '; for ., in Tallahassee, at the Old
>' ....+. been looking a l ." Fla., is a member of the 1st Battle West
located at
City Cemetery
for weeks ;
: coot
Group of the 38th Infantry
Park Avenue and
: suitable daytime which is scheduled to be airlifted
for after live too. Street. The Am\a Davis Chapterof
dressy enough
to Fort Benning Ga., from Germany -
of the
the United Daughters
in mid April, under the
1 ; ; of the
Confederacy is in charge
< To someone so practical a checking account ROTAPLAN troop rotation sys program. ;The public is invited.

S', .' here is a big satisfaction: she can ., tem.Specialist Memorial Day, or DecorationDay
,S Burns, a tank gunnerin :
\ pay anyone at any time or place. Days. ,.. the group's Combat Support as it was originally,called originated -
---- --- in Jackson, Mississippi,
;-, nights, holidays or Sundays at home or Company entered the Army; in Robinson of, Decatur Ga., and party are shown with a fine haul April 26, 1865. This day is ob-

'._ ,on vacation she just draws a check puts -- ;July; 1961 completed basic training of Kink Mackerel. The group were fishing off the "Hermosa" out ofTradewmds served by Missippippi, Alabama

: it in i an envelope, slips it in the mail., ::.', _. ,at overseas Fort J in Jackson October S.,C.1962., and arrived Pier. Panacea. Georgia, and Florida. May 30.fa

\ generally; observed by the northern
record of I Burns is a 1961;. graduate of '
,Her checkbook} gives a expen- School. um N I and western states. '

ditures. canceled checks are receipts and Sopchoppy High April 26 was the date upon
,. which Mrs. Vaughn, at that time
risks. ,
cash-carrying ,
.she ;
Miss Sue Adams, called togetherand
.. .
'Why shouldn't you have those advantages -'. .., FIGHTIICAN .rr made what is believed the first

-starting here. right away? "-,' y' organized pilgrimage to the cemetery
:. ; to decorate the graves of

!the soldiers of the CiviL) War.I .

',' :,II CER I In her writings, 32 years later
G ,she explained: "The evening of>the
twenty-fifth of April 1866 was

one of darkness in the Confederate

There rumors of
.- I struggle. were
disaster and defeat, a day conceived
in sorrow and defeat.

MERIT SCHOLARS CONFER WITH STATE SUPERINTENDENT.Three "Knowing that the hour of surrender -

winners of the Merit Scholarship for Teaching Contestmet was at hand an appeal
I LEWIS 'STATE.BANK last week Tallahassee. with State School Superintendent went out to the daughters of the

Thamas D. Bailey and representatives of the scholarship sponsors. Southland to meet the next day; ,

FLORIDA'S OLDEST BANK The four-year, $2,000 grant is awarded-jointly by the Florida \April 26, 1865 at the cemeteries to
Consumer Finance Association and the Florida Jaycees. All three garland the graves of our fallen

MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. winners are Co-Eds at FSU. Left to right, above, A. J. DeMarco, braves, in commemoration of their

--. .. I Florida Consumer Finance Association;,Carole Davies, '62 winner; valor and patriotism.One .

':': ,', Superintendent Bailey; Edwina Thornton, 59 and Diana Kelsey, of the couriers pinned the
60, winners; and Wilson Wright, Florida Jaycees.tu@Eia paper to his tattered gray jacket
I and ran down State Street to the
' office of the MISSISSIPPIAN,
ATTENTION POULTRY MEN !arriving just in time to insert the'

S !appeal in the last issue of the
,paper. j
> The scenes, at the cemetery were
c V J mournfully impressive. The en-
trances were festooned with cypress
FiF.2. and jasmine. The children,

v, a garland-ladened band, were the
lint to scatter flowers on the
Southland's soldier dead. Every'I

: GALLONS I mound was covered with beautiful

w designs. Soldiers filled the avenues .

One-Day! Olds or Starters. i gazing tenderly at the -

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"The 166 different electrical apliances -
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only one reason
> available for home use
your house to heat water fast. America today will be awarded a*

S PUDl Rwaeo Whether it's a standard model or table top tie grand prize on the night-time
elevision show 'the- Priee Is
monetary results of your no matter where you install it (you can. ,
1 ell S S J4r Kfffaton April 2Jj, reports J.
: poultry and egg production de t .; If-, > 'cy: ; ., .' put an electric water heater inJhe garage Shirley Gracy, senior vice preei-

peals upon the chicks you.start -. > t ;:L: utility room or even under kitchen and lent of Florida Power Corpora-

with. Pay your way te bigger lill fin NJ'" bathroom counters re's no flue), electricity ]0n. '
Gracy saidthat all 166 appliances -
Profits! Cheese from our guarrsateed super-fast continuous .
_. gives a supply were displayed by the "Live
.' healthy, inspected stock. of 150 degree hot water Better Electrically" program at

S he national sales conference of the
..And its safe. No flame means.no
t 9 Edison Electric Institute in ChIcago -
fumes no pilot light. ,:
: April i-3. The E.EJ. 1*
.S WE NOW. CARRY.. A ,COMPLETE LINE OF *. :Heat water faster safer sponsoring the presentation of the

'.' r; -electrically. appliances on the show.
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DOG FOOD '-* h SMALL, HARDWARE. '. I "These 166 appliances" said

INSECI1CIDES' H&mmsnH&tdteU ." .. 3racy "symbolize the rapid progress -
BIRD FEEDERSt. ',:0; being made in electric Hvig
BIRD FEED '* :: i.",. PHers -, '- "'" / -growth from 17 available appliances -

RABBIT PELLETS' ;. Screw Drivers : '. : \ I + in 1930 to the 166.ava -
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FLEA POWDER Floes able today.'* He reported that it
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INSECT SPRAY Rakes Shoveta .JL" ; ook 60 yean to develop the first
DOG DIP & DISINFECTANT WreaehcsHeeeNozzefa -- 0'. f 56 appliances in the group but

POULTRY &: CATTLE WORMER -- ",:', .,/, (.t .. nly>+ ten yean to develop the next
Hoes ,

&: CHLORDANE.. DUSTSPRAYERS PLAIN.FERTILIZER SULPHUR:ft : .....: 10.Other Florida. Power represeata-
ives who attended the Chicago
," -, onference included: R. N. Robert
.' on, director of residential deveJep-
..* GOOD FEEDERS DO BETTER r. sent; W. R. Peyton director of
-! --- ndnstrial* development; D. A.yhitston .

:.: WITH F-RrM FEEDS AND SERVICE director of commercial
., .' development; and S. J. Folks, Jr.,
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--1 apervisor of rural development.

/ Among the new or more unusual
home Uses: of electric appHaaee
L FLINT RIVER MILLS: : : f FLORIDA POWER, CORPORATION in the grand prize are 'a cradelwker -

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