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: May 2, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA I ITalquin Thursday May 2, 1963 I I I
Angus Numbers r PRICE 10 CENTS PER COPY I

Fish Fry May 10 inCrawfordville Cancer Meeting _a
First 6 MonthsAngus
; Up May 6 F. P. LoungeThere
cattlemen in the nationare
recording purebred calves at A Fish Fry will be held Friday will be a meeting of the

. a rate of almost 30,000 head per May 10,'on the corner opposite the Wakulla County Unit of the Amer-

month, according to Frank Richards Post Office in Crawfordville. This ican Cancer Society at the Florida -

secretary of the American Fish Fry is sponsored by the, Power Lounge at Crawfordville en

Angus Association at St. Joseph, Men's Club of the Methodist Monday, May 6th at 8:00 p.m. for

Missouri. Registrations for the Church for the benefit of the' all officers, members and crusade

I first six months of the national M.Y.F. as these boys and girls are workers to report and turn in all

. organization's 1963 fiscal year trying to raise money to attend money collected'during the year to

totaled 176,950 head, an increaseof the! summer camp at Leesburg. help in the fight against cancer. ..

more than 10 per cent over the (Serving will begin at 6 o'clock and All workers are urged to finish I

same periodof-1962. ,continue as long as necessary. A the crusade in each community I

Sales of purebred black, horn- string band will furnish the music. and be present at this important
is invited to meeting. I would also like r ; <; x.
less animals also are higher than Everyone cordially to remind -

' last year. Transfers of ownershipof help these young people and to en- each chairman to collect all . : ,.
Angus in the six-month period joy the good fish and music. cancer canister cans and bring to n :w.

/ are running 7.9 per cent above last Adults $1.00, children 50c. the meeting.The .

, year. The half year total was following community chair- '2'g ; w;: ; I

146,405 head. Church Grounds men were appointed to assist Cru- r ,. ei8' .
, The fastest growing phase of sade Chairman, Bobby Gene Paulk

--- the Angus business is the numberof Cleaning be HeldA and co-chairman Jim Helms: Mrs. ;.

persons starting herds, Richards Bobby Blount and Mrs. Newell
reports. For the first one- clean-up of the church Ladd, St. Marks; Mrs. Frank Ra-
half of this fiscal year an averageof grounds and cemetery at the biniau and Mrs. Frances Cunningham -

almost 400 cattlemen per month Friendship Baptist Church in Newport; Mrs. Carolyn Naz- r .

joined the Association. Hew life Medart will be held Saturday worth and Mrs. Dot Nazworth '. '- 1; .

memberships for the period totaled May 11. All who are interested Arron j Mrs. C. C. Cargill and Mrs.

2,393 farmers and ranchers, a please come and help with this Hannah Dykes Spring Creek;" Mr.
work and bring tools to work with.
jump of 13.7 per cent over 1962. and Mrs. Ralph Brown, Sopchoppy I Iv

Youngsters also are turning to the ; Mrs. John Pigott and Mrs. ,f

Blacks. For the 'first half of the Mt. Elon Observes Montaine Durrance Medart; Mrs. i

national group's fiscal year junior Evelyn Gowdy and Miss Winona \.

_ memberships were 8.8 per cent Home ComingThe Raker Ivan; Mrs. Anita Town- .[Jm\1 1 -

r higher than a and reached send, Mrs. Beulah Blanton, Mrs. ... _
year ago Mt. Elon' Maptist Churchin i \
Nell Russ, and Mrs. Virginia
: Emith Creek will observe its _
Keightley, Crawfordville r Mrs. ,
1- "These increases point to the annual home-coming May 12, with
Inez Walker Wakulla Beach Mrs.
trend toward ;
I growing' Angus cattle Rev. Mont Hash from Santa Clara
in beef herds throughout the Minnie Lee Langston Smith
Church: Quincy, bringing the '
Creek '- -
Mrs. Julia'Geisling and -
nation. Today's cattlemen are morning ; : : : -
f'. striving to produce abun- message. Mrs. W. D. North Panacea; Mr. isr v ;
a more Sunday School will .t
begin at _
and Mrs. Gwin and Mr.
dant supply of quality beef and 9:50 All former Jimmy _
a.m. members
, the increased popularity of the friends, relatives and signing, O. E. Hendrickson, Wakulla; Mrs.
Blacks shows to Monroe Thompson Curtis Mills.
they are turning
r invited.
groups are especially Beginning -
* Angus to get the job done Richards at 2:00 hour Chairman Bobby Gene Paulk
an of
concluded. and Co-Chairman Jim Helms will
special music instrumental
and be in charge of a "Buckintheroad' -
t. singing will be rendered.A .
drive at vantage points in
: Rodeo Will BeHeld basket lunch will be servedat the county with the Junior 'and
Senior Honor Society of the Craw-
in Marianna
f fordville High'School on Satur-

The second annual Jackson ,. Mrs. .Laura. .. Duncan. day, May 4th '
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County Rodeo will be held in Mar: SOPCHOPPY- Funeral" serve Help fight cancer"with s checkup I 1

ianna Florida, on May 3, 4, and 5. ices for Mrs,:' Laura Duncan, 88, and a check!

The RCA approved rodeo, man- longtime resident of Sopchoppywho

, aged by H. C. Kallah of Texas died Saturday, was held at Wakulla Soil

promises to be one.of the best ever the Pentecostal Holiness Church

held in this area. south : Conservation NotesSoil +
of Hosford at 3 Tues-
p.m. St. Marks Lighthouse Draws many tourists and is visited by thousands especially during the months.
A week of festivities has been summer The light house is located
day. Burial in the Hosford
was Stewardship Week will be on the U. S. Wildlife Refuge in Wakulla County, near Newport.
planned. The kick off was the Cemetery.She .

selection of the Rodeo Queen, Miss had lived with her daughter observed this year throughout Six -
Florida and the nation beginningon Announces; Living Former; I Public
Carol Rhyne of Marianna and the Mrs. Ann Amato in Sopchop Meeting Mental Health
Princess Miss Cathy Golden of May 19, Rural Life Sunday,
py for the past seven years. Rate ReductionMr. Governors On Panel
according to Robert N. Morris of Held in PanaceaA ,
Graceville. Other festivities that Besides Mrs. Amato she is This Week
sur- Tampa. Morris is President of the Ai!ian ,c. Fletcher, Tal- WEST PALM BEACHGovernor -
is invited
everyone enjoy are a vived m held
by three other daughters, public was
Florida Association of Soil and qv'n Electric President annuonced Farris Bryant and the six Mental Illness affects all ages
big street dance and cakewalk on Mrs. Ida Amato of Hillside, N. J., Monday night in Panacea in frontof
Water Conservation District Supervisors that the Board of Directors have living former governors of FlorIda including young children. Last
May 2 at 8:00 p.m. The judging of Mrs. Mary Tharpe of Hosford and the Post Office at the requestof
the beard contest will also' be principal sponsor of the approved, and put into effect a have been invited to partici- year 5,306 children and their par
Mrs. Lillie Clay of Telogia four the Panacea Chamber of Com-
held that night! Chipola Junior ; annual observance in Florida.. new reduced Commercial electric pate in a panel' discussion con- ents received some type of pro:
of James of for the of deter-
Wiley Hosford merce,
sons purpose
"The Secretary of Agriculture rate reduction. This will cause a cerning the state's "past, present fessional service from Florida's
College will serve a Vero Beach, W. W. of Apalachicola mining if a referendum shQuld be
breakfast Friday morning Orville ll Freeman, and Don Williams considerable -saving to those accounts and future" as a highlight of the sixteen ((16) Mental Health and
on and Ozell of Telogia one called to allow the people to vote
:30'a.m. |; Administrator of USDA's served single'phase and third annual meeting of The Flor- Guidance Clinics. Only forty-nine
3rd at .6 Two big
May brother, James Duncan of Gulf- on the question of incorporation of
tap for Saturday. Soil Conservation Service, have classified Commercial. This in- ida Council of 100 on May 24 at (49) children under the age of
are on port, Miss.; 22 grandchildren, 17 Panacea.
bar-b-que in downtown both urged all of our people to cludes stores services stations and Ponte Vedra Beach. thirteen (13) were diagnosed as
are a great grandchildren, and six great Jack Redfern acted as moderator -
with in church other establishments for The former extendedan psychotic. Most of the childrendid
. .. Marianna at 11:00 ajn. and one great grandchildren. join us congregations governors at the meeting and citizens
of the biggest parades ever seen and in community groups' in service to the public tI also af- invitation through Council allowed to themselvesfor not require long tejrn extensive -

in this area salted-for 4:00 o'clock. renewing our awareness of our re- fects those classified "Public Chairman Raleigh W. Green, Jr., were express treatment and the average
the issue.
The parade will .feature many civic Mrs.. Jennie Brown sponsibility as stewa/ds of our Building" which includes schools are LeRoy Collins, Charley Johns, Several or against of the number of visits was six.

floats, bands, horses clowns, and Funeral services for Mrs. Jen- land and water resources," Morris and churches. Fuller Warren, Millard F. Cald- and people it the community of The following are some of the

visiting dignitaries. I nie Brown 84, who died Thursday. said. Mr. Leon E. Weaver, Cooperative well Senator Spessard L. Holland spoke was the concensus conditions which may indicate that
that majority of the
Everyone make plans to attend April 25 at Tallahassee Memorial In Gainesville, Jim Hammett, Manager, who is responsiblefor and Doyle E. Carlton. opinion the.time has come for professional
of Panacea in favor
the big Jackson County Rodeo on Hospital, was held in Culley's Funeral State Conservationist for USDA's re-designing the rate, said Green, who was appointed chair- people of were. pot knowledge and guidance:
\ May 3, 4, and 5. Performancesare I Home Chapel with the Rev. Soil Conservation Service, said that by continuous studies of rate man of the Council by Governor] action has been taken General inertness in the early

at 8:00 p.m. on Friday and! Emmett, Whaley and the Rev. Sam "This year's theme for the observance structures and economic conditionsit Bryant in. April, also will outline citizen to seek the by months of infancy; also, slownessto

Saturday and at 2:30 on Sunday.For Franklin officiating. Burial'was of Soil Stewardship Wee, is possible to make cuts when his program of action for the non any for necessary respond to people and things.

chills and spills by some of in the family plot in Mt. Elon 'We Turn Our Eyes to the Future and where they are deserved. Thisis profit group which is interested in support to call a vote by the" Delay in acquiring muscle coor-

the nations top cowboys and com- Cemetery at Smith Creek. ,' is fitting for this day and the twelfth rate reduction made promoting. industry, tourism, edu- I people -rDisease dination in grasping objects, sit

edy by top clowns, plUs some exciting Mrs. Brown was born Nov. 3, time. Most certainly today city to Cooperative members in less cation and development of natural ting, stand, walking. Failure to

specialty acts, come to Mar- 1878 in Liberty County and had people as well as our farmers and than ten years. In the past when resources' in Florida. in Horses talk about the age of three. With-

ianna to the rodeo. lived in Tallahassee for the past ranchers should be aware of the the Cooperative's operating re The unprecedented panel of drawal from the world; a tendency

23 years. She was a member of challenge of the'future to raise.our ports showed good revenue-ex- governors would follow a luncheon Appears: in Florida to live almost continuously within

Mt. Elon Baptist Church. living standards in rural areas by pense ratios for any particular meeting of the Council and distinguished Tallahassee himself in a state of indifferences
White. Encephalitis in
Mrs Martha Survivors are one son, AllisonN. Rural Areas Development and Soil classification, the reductions were guests at 1 p.nu on I horses also termed to other people and events. Violent

Mrs. Martha Bama White, 78, Brown, Tallahassee"aaugh- and Water Conservation." granted. The same system will indicate May 24 at the Ponte Vedra Club. has appeared early in Florida"staggers this and uncontrolled aggressiveness -

died Tuesday, April. 23,. in Tal- ters, Mrs. J. R. Nails, Wakulla According to Bob Morris, advance if rate increases are ever A business meeting is scheduledat ; senseless destructiveness;
lahassee Memorial Hospital after Station Mrs. Paul Russell, Mrs. ; notices he has received from needed, however downward revisions 10 a.m., a reception at 6:30 and year.According to Commissioner tantrums at the slightest deprivation -

a long illness. She was a widowof Allie Kelly, Mrs. Glenn Stouta- the Supervisors of Florida's 59 have been the rule, up to the Council's annual formal ban Agriculture Doyle Conner the of ; indifference to how other

the late C. H. White and a life- mire Tallahassee; Mrs. R. E. New Conservation Districts indicate now, and no rate increases are quet at 8 p.m. veterinary diagnostic people feel about him. Persistent

time resident of Cairo, Ga., where man, Faraington N. C.; Mrs.I that the observance this year in likely in the forseeable future. Mr. Greene will meet with membe Kissimmee has diagnosed laboratory the die at school failures; persistent truancy.

she lived until she recently began Dick. Boykin, Bristol; 14 grand- 'Florida of Rural Life Sundayand Weaver explained that lower rates of the Council executive commit sease on eight different Lying and stealing which are mere

' ,making her home with her children; seven great-grand children Soil Stewardship Week will' were made possible by more efficient tee's new and outgoing members on scattered from Sanford to premises. than occasional lapes and which do
l., daughter in Wakulla County.. ; two brothers, Willie Lawhon-be more widespread than in other operation and by the con- Thursday evening May 23. The Beach so far in 1963. not tend to diminish as the child

, Her funeral was held at 3 p.m. Tallahassee; and Richard Lawhon, years. 1 tinued acceptance of electricity annual meeting will be concluded The disease, a virus is frows older.Problems.

, Thursday from the Church of God Sopchoppy. "With God's. blessings and for heat, power and light by the on Saturday, May 25, with a mixed by birds and is spread by carried such as these are

in Cario.. The Reverend H. D. Grandsons will serve as pallbearers. man's proper care our soil will public. He also pointed out that foursome golf tournament. toes from birds to horses. It mosqui-is ones to be referred to the mental'

Cooksey officiated, assisted by continue to be productive and a all reductions were made volun- I G. C. Palmer, of Jacksonville, transmissible from horses to hu not health worker. Behavior symptoms

the Rev 'G. .x... Herring. Burial source of life for all mankind for: tarily by the Cooperative""when has been named chairman of the mans. The virus affecting horses which remain fixed, do net

was in Greenwood Cemetery, generations to come," Morris said conditions justified them. arrangements committee with Mrs. is the "Eastern" type which is yield to a kindly common sense

Cairo. Sopchoppy P.T.A. The observance of "Soil Stew- Talquin Electric Cooperative has Palmer as chairman of the hostess different from the "St. Louis" approval and which continue unaltered ,

Survivors of Mrs"White include ardship Week," is being sponsored the lowest Commercial electric rate committee. strain found in humans in certain as time goes on, should

. her da ghter, Mrs. Hazel Harvey Announcement'The'Sopchoppy in Wakulla County by the in the area. The new reduction Other Council members from parts of Florida's west coast last alert parents to the need for professional

Wakulla ,.County;. a son, Herman P.T.A. will meet local board of district supervi.sors. to an individual account varies Jacksonville appointed include summer. : help. Actually almost aM

Fort .Myers; two sisters, depending on the amount of electricity Robert Kloeppel, Jr., as chairmanof c! cs in )lives have some concern -
White : May.9, at 8:00 p.m. in the school Sermon material is being Because of the high rate of our
and Mrs. used each month. It was the reception committee with
MaudieHarris aiWatieR,
Mrs auditorium.This furnished the various ministers in mortality among horses that over a personal
Tallahassee made by reducing block of 2900 members Robert H. Jacobs, Julian cgn-
!:. Georgia Bout both of ; will be the final meeting the county, on this subject, by the tract the disease, Dr. C. L. Camp- afraid or just feel blue when these
and T great KWH from three cents to two and 6. Jackson and Robert L. Seitner. it Is
" 13 grand |of the school year and it is urgent local board.Wonian's. bell, state veterinarian and Director problems persist in children
one half cents. The maximum saving Also, Henry D. Kramer trans- outsidehelp
children. that good to seek
f. grand all parents and teachers of of the Division of Animal In- common sense
were Henry to will be $14.50 a portation, W. Thomas Rice, publicity -
, Active pallbearers Sopchoppy school attend. Officersfor dustry, recommends that to prevent trouble later OB.
White Charles ClubMeeting month. Among the twelve rate and Edward Ball, CharlesC. owners
Lowell re- Information and
; the coming will be installed have their horses vaccinated on such problems
year im
... SteT CecH -Ross; Hoke Sellers and everyone is invited to ductions mentioned here this is Campbell, Myron S. Niehaus mediately as a preventive pamphlets on Mental Health and

and a. :D.' p18Hoaorwy pall-,bring a covered dish. .-- May 7 the second one affecting Commercial and Claude J. Yates, in charge of measure. Mental Illness can be obtained

; bearers were Ben Mauldin, P. M. The executive committee of the The Crawfordville Woman'sClub accounts. arrangements for special guests. from the Mental Health Workerat

..:.: Bad< Frank Proctor, Carlos P.T.A. will meet in the school will hold their regular monthly George W. Phelps will be chairman As of June 30, 1962'federal ,, the County Health Department
Ferrell and Walter of the golf committee asa st.edby'George'W. assets in real and
Co ec.. library May 7, at 8:00, ,two nights meeting May 7, at 8:00 o'clock, More than G4 pert of Jenkins and RichardD personal
James. prior to the regular meeting. at Oaks Restaurant. Mrs. Margaret the world's great achievements property were at$299.4 In a 15-month period federal
Pope. national
billion. debt
.-. blinks Alligood will install the neW have been accomplished by on spending would be enough to
ave+r** person ,:Jr the same date was $2982, bil
The iU m tween'four. and **.. It took 20,000 workmen 20 officers for the coming year All men above the age of 60. lion. buy up everything that Russia
hie av : members are urged to come and to produces In
tnlnut\ iears to build the Taj Mahal. \ one year.
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t WAKULLA COUNTY NEW'8 f i: IsTop '- .
2. CLASSIFIED Board MinutesMonday SOPCHOPPY NEWSby Stratego
1-- Thursday May 2. Loose
weight'safely with DEX-
Louise C. Sapp Game Hit
night April 15, 1963
WAKULLACOUNTY A-Diet Wakulla, full weeks .supply 98c. The Board of County Commissioners Installation of the Sopchoppy It's a Family Affair : -
Pharmacy. Craw. Womens Club
and followed by a

,;..- NEWS r'r.fordville., _. ., .-y, j this date of in Crawfordville Wakulla County with met th covered dish supper for members ,-_._ ,,,;.,.". ',. ,'" ,," v': .',
and their
following families was held Thursday -
members present:

T Telephone WAlnut 63301 '. '-<". J. D. Turner, Chairman Wul- evening, April 25, at the

1- lard Carter, vice-chairman Ralp school cafeteria, with Mrs. Luxie

CLASSIFIEDFEMALE. Strickland and F. T. Roberts, Carter in charge of installing the
L new officers--Mrs. Ann Dunlop,
f W HELP WANTED Commissioner Smith Absent. p -
president Mrs. vice
Joyce Piggot,
Virginia Keightley --'..,", .:... EdJtoEntered" r Opening for 4 ladies Immediately Moody Pearce Clerk Circui
f president, Mrs. Nannie Bet Jones
in Crawfordville. area. Earn $25- Court, J. H. Hudson County At- J
$50 part time. No canvassingcollecting torney and Carmel Pelt Road Su- Treasurer; Mrs. Amanda Barfield

perintendent. recording secretary,,and Mrs. Ruby
or delivering. W
train and commissions week Minutes of the last meeting Revell Corresponding secretary.
at Crawfordville Florida pay A tent revival closed in Sop-
ly. Tel. 224-8797 or write 803 were read and approved: .
r as second class matter. Subscnp pr Delores Dr., Tallahassee, Apt:" The Board requested the clerkto choppy, Friday night, April 26, ;.

C. write to the State Attorney Brother Emmet Whaley conductedthe ...,, ._ jA.sl.:
tion rate: $3.00 per year. two weeks AN
r General and request and opinionas meeting.The TRATEGO. a fascinating

'. to whether the Board could pay annual spring festival was of manoeuvre, is
i held game IN A MATTER OF A FEW HOURS, this happy do-it-yourself
: I II for, phone service for Farmers at the Sopchoppy Scholl, Friday the newest craze to take over family will have their house with its bogus brick siding
Need. Home Administration office located night, April 26. A fish sup- in American homes. Long a
If You transformed what looks for all the world like an expensive -
in the Leon County Agri- per was served from 5 to 7:30 favorite in Europe Stratego lovely white painted real brick house and they're

Office Supplies cultural Center in Tallahassee, by the lunch room personel. and js played with decorative versions having fun doing it to boot. They're using a new emulsion ex-
was sponsored by the P. T. A. of Napoleonic era field terior finish, developed Du
Business Machines The Clerk Received a vergal opin- by Pont laboratories .that is ideal
Office Furniture ion from Assistant State Attorney Some of the events included soft- marshals and staff Higher over all kinds of siding-wood, masonry, block, composition

General, Mr. Robert J. Kelly, ball throw, basketball shoot, fish pieces remove the lesser rankin shingles and simulated brick siding.

See or Call stating that the County no author- pond, fortune telling greased pole this Milton Bradley game Called -Lncite" house paint, it is eminently suitable for .
hit and the object of play is
RANEY WHALEY ity whatsoever to for services climbing, a make up to beauty beautifying an "ugly duckling" home, garage outbuilding or
pay the
to capture opponent's flag.
booth weekend cottage sheathed in fake brick.
if' rendered a Federal Agency whet- cake walking ,and the cognation Another new favorite in The first coat needs to be applied with a vigorous scrub-

.. at wIrl her they were located in the of the King and Queen. the strategy game category is bing motion to fill the mortar lines and cover eaeh granule. .
Miss Neva
:.f CAPITAL OFFICE County or not and that .in his Strickland was crowned Dog Fight. This "command Coat two which is necessary for best appearance goes on like
of this queen[ and Randy Anderson was decision" game'- by Milton dream. Since no skill is involved all
:} EQUIPMENT CO. CALL 222-0165 opinion an expenditure na- a members of the family
ture would be in violation of the crowned king. They were the rep- Bradley bases play on a replay can .be recruited as painters. ',, =:
l 319 South Adams St. resentatives of the tenth grade. eWorld War II air
law. Mr further stated
f Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE I Kelly Neva is the daughter of Mr. and plane contests. An outline of \. "

,: '; FLORIDA NOTICE OF SALE that' a written opinion'would follow Aft.s. George Strickland of Sop World War II history by the .. -.- ";:

(Florida) at a later date. choppy. Randy is the son of Mrs. editors of American Heritageis
The Board approved the vouchers .
included. Still another
To: Barney I*. Holcomb Opal Anderson Smith Creek.
f PurchaserAnd before them and directed strategy game hit Broadside,
Mr, Alvin Butts of Vidalia Ga. ,
to whom It concern. ,
TV that warrants be issued in pay- replays the naval battles of
: You are hereby notified that on the
was a visitor: of Miss Lilla Raker
6th day of May. 1963 at 11-JO o'clock::ment therefor. 1812 and Battlecry bases playon .
," R A.M. pursuant to law the undersigned'!, business ,last week. Civil War conflicts. ,.
There being no further
SERVICE will seU at private sale to the highest "
t Call1'VA ,bidder for cash the Mode PV544 motor coming to the attention of the i Mrs. Blanch Howell of Tallahassee C e SPECIAL THURSDAY FRIDAY
vehicle: Make Volvo was a visitor in Sopchoppy ,
;. 6-3612 2dr. Serial No. 261566. Motor No. _-----. Board the same was adjourned on

i GEO. CREECHCRAWFORDVILLE Munich''retaken motor from your vehicle possession heretofore: that said was I motion duly made seconded and Monday.-- -- -: -- New, Improved and SATURDAY'j
sale will be held at Jernigan Garage. carried. Mrs. Monroe Thompson Mrs.
Rt. 2. Crawfordville. Florida. : John Rhames, MrsJI C. Sapp and
Dated: April 25. 1963 Attest: Moody Pearce Economy
Associates Discount Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griffin a '- .. ,,, Maxwell House COFFEE lb. tin 69c
ExOfficio Clerk >;.
By Ray W. Koke. t. ) ,.. I
tended the. Rose show in Thomas- /j>"'" :a.if};
Collection Manager pproved: J. D. Turner, ::',' 'N ..
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bees Barber Shop. Chairman of the. Board vllle; Georgia, Friday, Aril 26. i ?(.t. .
NOTICE OF SALE The 1962-63 graduates of Sop- .. ... ii 'i } #x PORK CHOPS Center Cut Lb. 59c
To: Barney L. Holcomb .- :' ,
2238 South Monroe PurchaserRt. choppy High School left Saturday : ': ,tf.I :

2, Box 32 B morning, April 29, on their : < .
Men's.and Boys Haircuts StreetCrawfordville.. Florida One-Dish Dinner Senior Trip. Their,trip will include '' >'\::: >>" ROUND STEAK 69c
City State trip to the mountains. Bus ,
You are hereby notified that the fol a
lowing motor vehicle: 1960 VolvoSerial driver is Mack Johnson and his _.t.1
No. PV544 will be sold at
public sale at 11:3b o'clock on the 6th assistant is J. C. Re nblds. : Duke MAYONNASE 49cSail
day of May 1963 at Jernigan Garage. Chaperons were Mr.'and Mrs. La- quart .
The proceeds of the sale will be applied &
DEE COOK Owner to the payment of the cost of P mox Cassidy. The Seniors plan to
<-' ...... retaking storing and sale of said motor
vehicle and the cost' of publication return in about .a week.
notice of of sale the 'and balance then due to'under the satisfaction the Mr. Donald Harold has been ad- [ TOILET TISSUE, 10 rolls'99c.

contract covering the financing of mitted to the Tallahassee Memorial -
said motor vehicle. Any surplus will
.. aid to you and you will remain ,Hospital, where he is very
for any balance remaining unpaid 11. Colonial SUGAR Ibs. 55c
under said
t Clyde returned I q
TilL Associates Discount Corporation
; By Ray W. Koke. from the Tallahassee Me- DO YOU love to give partiesbut

Collection 1024 N. Monroe Manager:.St.. ANS morial Hospital after undergoing dread clean-up time? Shop Here For Your Seed, Feed,. '
Tallahassee Fla. surgery, and is improving. Even family meals create lots
CHRISTIAn THE "dinner in a dish" is
Mr. Lloyd Willis of Tallahasseewas of food waste to carry to the
increasingly popular familyfare Fertilizer.
permitting the homemaker a visitor in Sopehoppy, Satur- garbage can in soggy paper .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE bags. A food waste disposer r
SCIEnCE SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF to vary her use of day.Mr.
,, FLORIDA. IN AND FOR WAKULLA thrifty meats, fowl or fish.Here's and Mrs. lot P. Porter from the modern servant, banishes PIGOTT'S STORE > ,
COUNTY. IN it before it even becomes
FORECLOSURE OF. MORTGAGE a casserole suggestion Rossville Georgia were the guestsof '

K. T. Smith. that's delicious and easy to Mrs. Kemp. garbage.The : MEDART ., : ; ; '
I Plaintiff
mOniTOR .
new General Electric -'.
make: Mrs.. Levi Willis has returned -
Ben ft.Abrahams his wife. and rHilma M. Abra- CHICKEN ZUCCHINI home from the .Carrabelle HospitaL model weighs 9 Ibs., is easily : ,'l.e. :-: ,.; Wlk'Vet give.:TOP'.VALUE 'Stamps--!. :' .. ',g.
I installed gives years of
Defendants.NOTICE TO. .'APPEAR CASSEROLE 'j smooth-running service and 1
THE: STATE OF FLORIDA TO: 1 can condensed mushroomsoup Mr. and Mrs Otis Dunlap and is budget priced. It shredsall

r.I AccurateComplete Ben hams.Abrahams Route No.and 2. Hilma- M. Abra- girls, Albany, Ga., visited with food waste fast and washes .._

Fayettevllle. Georgia l/4 cup milk his parents Mr. and Mrs. O. C. it down the sewer or spetic
You are hereby notified that a suit
:. to foreclose a mortgage has been 1 tbsp. A.I. Steak Sauce Dunlap over the weekend. tank. A Disposall under the

brought against you by N. T. Smith 1 cup diced cooked chicken Mr. and Mrs. W. C; Harden hadas 'sink means healthier cleaner,
Court of Wakulla County.
in the Circuit
1 cooked sliced zucchini
Florida and you are hereby required cup their weekend guest Mr. and more carefree living. FLORIDA
to file with .the Clerk of the Circuit
Combine milk and
News soup Mrs. Robert and -
Court of said County your written defenses McCauley daughter
if any In said suit, and to A.l. Steak Sauce. Add'chick- from
Albany, Georgia.
serve a copy of same on A. L. Porter. en and zucchini Pour into
Crawfordvule. Florida. Attorney for the
Coverage Plaintiff on or before the 3rd day of greased casserole, bake at :.
June A. D. 1963. 350 for 25-30 mins. Serves 4. ST. MARKS (,
WITNESS the Honorabl W. May NEWS --:- f\ Now Showing ,
Walker one of the Judges of said .
Court and the Seal thereof, at Crawfordvule. Mr. Harry De Shago is on a 1 >> Now Showing

Wmirits. ;26th day. Wakulla of Aprilb.County: ,1963..Florida, this To redecorate; old kitchen business trip to East Orange, N. J. from glieBibI4 \ Y-il .

J (SEAL, ) cabinets, cover their glass Miss Kay Cogdill spent part of Walt Disney's"Miracle
Moody Pearce panes with plastic-coated, ad- Thy'youth is renewed like
F Clerk Circuit Court..Wakulla last week visiting in Starke and Alfred Hitchcock's"THE
Florida.A. esive-backed washable 103:5).
f> County. pa- Gainesville as the guest of Mr.: the eagle.-Psalms .
L. Porter.Crawfordville..
which comes in a wide
e i. Florida. and Mrs. R. P. McLendoru If we use our time our en- of the
Attorney.for ...t"l.a1ntiU.INCIOWN. variety of patterns and col
Mrs. Inez Walker and Mr. ergies, our thoughts in con- BIRDS"

NAIl.HUR11NQ ors.First wash the glass with George Joiner are both patients at structive and spiritual ways White Stallions""RRY

: soap or detergent suds to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.Mrs. we can be eternally young.
1 Year $22 6 Months $11 YOU
f 3 Months $5.50 remove all traces of grease Freda Haicomb of Tampais The Christ Spirit should

Clip this od"ertise"en' and ,.....,. and soil then rinse with clear spending .the. week with her never be regarded as old,

-return it with your check ornMity 'lleief. water. Dry thoroughly before parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Steve .Cog- worn, dull or tired but onlyas HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN

\ "' order to: tJr o.of OUTGJtO being T;* applying the paper. ___ eternally young.' OUTDOOR OH V/OODVILLE HWY.
\ The Christian Science Monitor' itetmanttngpain of Ingrown aaO. gins.Mr.
f O.. Norway Street OUTGROtovcboBathoaUtaanrtirnnfh the Paul Kreager has returned
Boston 15. Moss. =.allow w.t.twbm..m and I thnmOUTQ&Q*-
..amQabta at aU home after a weekend business thru
drac oae. Friday and Saturday Tonight Saturday
trip to Hot Springs N. C. DiE Ot17fl&'i ,

1 Mrs. Elaine Moore .was the : Bob Hope Showing 7:50
-:::- /
.. guest of honor at a stork ,shower :::- l'')!,) 'II IF; "Paris Holiday" Bruce Gordon

Tallahassee Business .Firms held in the dining room of the "RIDER ON A

St. Marks Cafe last week. About < Gregory ck" DEAD HORSE"

40 guests enjoyed this event with I "Roman Holiday"

.Mrs. More, Mrs. ,Lea Lynn, Mrs [ Co-Hit 9:15
Clifton Webb"HOLIDAY
r DIRECTORYPatornize Bobbie Blount and Mrs.. Newell Sezanne Pleshette

: Ladd were hostess.Mr. FORLOVERS" "40 POUNDS OFTROUBLE"

and Mrs. J. S. Cogdill arc "A smart husband is one

leaving this weekend for Winter who thinks twice before say

These Advertisers. Park to attend the State Con. ing nothing."

,,' -. vention of Postmasters.
Mrs. Alice Mae Roberts has returned -

.f. R. M O. I.I: GRAMLING Little Folks Store, to the Medical. Center al t:

? Inc. Gainesville for a check-up.
"The Capital's GIBSON'SBarber

FEEDS: & CO. Majors for Minors"Children's ', -
.3S3 Furniture, Toys, Pilot Club to HelpIn ,
One-Stop Service for Game, Hobbit

Feed Seed Fertilizer Baby Accessories Cancer Drive Shop
222-1146 ,
133 N. Monroe St. Ph. s

Poultry Supplies The Pilat Club International,
117 E. Jefferson Phone 222-3604
Flint River Mills Garden ToolsSo. through its Community Service K- P

2015 S. Monroe Ph. 223-0274 Committee plans to participatewith Formerly( Meloys)
.Adams'at SJLL.R.R. the American Cancer Society
; 'n a nation-wide "Conquer Uterine Left to right-c. L Braddock, John D.Hutchens .
Phone 223-0173 Cancer" program as a 1963 pro- Jimmy R. Gibson John R.
Cil.ff, R. O. Hix and Don SricUand. STILL YOUR HEADQUARTERS:

ject.The '
Florida Division of the

Weight and Regular SUBER & JOHNSON American Cancer Society made the FOR FINE BARBER SERVICE '
.. Light :; i -
Block > : announcement yesterday.
Concrete '.I' Seeds-Fertilizer-Baby,Chicks .
Pilot Club International
proposes .
Hanson, Wood and .. Farm SuppliesCor. presenting the CUC project We at Gibson's offer you fine Barbering by men who have the :

Hdel;Ind., Inc. Gaines and Woodward Sts. to its District leaders at their experience that will best serve your needs. Best Shine Man in

-. S.Adams St. 4-Points .... Tel. 2225960BakerAlford District Conventions. town (Pope.Stratton). p.

Tel.'222-5840........ P. O. Box 661 -, District Convention has been OPEN 5 DAYS A WEEK TUE. thru SAT.,
scheduled to be held in St. Petersburg

May 3-5, at the Outriger 7:30 a.m. 'til 6 p.m.

:: :,Capital Stone Co., Motel. Officers in District 4 involved

--:1 in the conference are: Miss
Since 1908
:., '" '" .. Margaret M. Enna, Governor,
F, :Vvyeager., .'- '.: .I MARBLE GRANITE Co.; 'Winter Haven; Mrs. Betty Jane Jimmy Gibson LNI

'- .. '\\i -1. .-'-. ....., ;. BRONZE Boone 1st Lt. Governor, Daytona '
r .. ; Inc. TA Part House" // AND MANAGER
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F -. MEMORIALS Beach; Mrs. Gene S. Elliot, 2nd
; : ':.- s Anything for your auto truck Lt. Governor Mrs...Helen Gibsc has been this location for 8 =
; :; .. !, Cemetery Work. of AU Type .or tractor. Also for your power Tampa; Jimmy i at : years T
.';!*insurance- 'Bond r-';; ;'SOS.W Gaines St- TeL,223-0719 lawnmower, and much for. your Vail, Beileair, Clearwater. now having bought this business he would like y

'Irs: }; ,St..--Tel. 222. 680. !j .. :\WalterF.BuchnMsrr. 'boat. I to Invite ht*$ old and new friends to come in.I' a
'C'" : 208 N. Adams St. Ph. 222-3380 Ff
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Thursday May 2, 1963 Royale: Glamour :
Eva Cosper SHORT Lumber ,
. ..., .v .v. ffi!;:>'!::',
Too Late to Classify1 Mr. end Mrs. Geeslin had as SWEET : 4 1 .-
their guests her mother, Mrs "
by Russell Kay Julia Dillard and Mr. and Mrs. aootr; ; New! Gillette Lumber-
I don't know how you feel aboutit H. M. Hoffman. Mrs. Geeslin and / ', '- < < Building Supplies."WeNeed

but I'm getting fed up with Mrs. Hoffman are sisters.A s: i'' 'a'f "

friendly telephone calls from special committee meeting was 1 2 ( 1 sumRazor

t strangers who inform me that my held, in front of Vause's grocery And Your;
: Appreciate
name was drawn .as the lucky store last Monday night, April 29 x yw ;,
winner of a free .permanent at 8 o'clock. Boston, Massachusetts is .. MjlstaIIIe >..'::;:: '

airplane ride, a free dinner or an The Panacea Woman's Club will the largest of the U. S. state w .I.Itip ,..... .. ..
photograph. capitals-Carson City, Ne- < : :
enlarged have their, regular monthly dinner Business" ? .
vada is the smallest..Abra- You turn dial
I find it downright disconcert May 4, at 6 pjn. at the club from 1 to 9 ,1.f: : :,
s ing, when the phone starts ringing house., The menu will be Ham or ham Lincoln was our only G.I. ; : 1 for the ax ,> .. -, .

t just when I've stepped into the Turkey and dressing, Cranberry President-his last military \ that act settlnc matches *

:' shower and- I have to.grab a towel Sauce, tossed salad or apple, raisen rank prior to becoming the 4y skin your and with Sups Quality and Price Guaranteed .."-_:
: and rush down the hall only to and carrot salad, deviled eggs, chief executive was that of : xN beard Blue Blades

have some glib-tongued idiot inform baked beans, fruit cobbler, rolls, an Army private '

'l me that if I will drive my coffee, Tea. Adults $LOO, children ;!yi Ross Hannon Owner "
around to, a certain filling boa ,
car Absolute aero U 459.72 "
.', station before noon I will be given! The Ochlocknee River Restaurant degrees below zero Fahrenheit :' .

a free car wash provided I get. located near the bridge is // you collect bus and .
an oil change and buy at least 10 operated by the Wives of George car transfers you are a peri-

gallons of gasoline. and Preston Robinson and is no dromophist A record 71,* -- -
While my name happens to be Longer connected with former of the nation's farms now

Kay, the voice on the other end management. hare telephones Six perSons -

of the line asks if I am Mr. Russell out of 100 are tef t- I ,.: : ---, l"

? I can just see the big baboon handed hr' = EverythingYou'll .
a cool regal looking 'Ug-
sitting there with his finger on MEDART NEWS ADD to wardrobeby .. .QE .
your .... !. .-- ::: .
the telephone book. -- ;
Parker of Fort Myers, "
Pigot Salmon follow an odorto making this Modes Royale .. .' ,
can (;
"You don't know me, he says Fla., was a visitor in the County dress, design No.. 1898 with /
its like humans a '
"but George Wigglesworth, good last Saturday. source its couturier details of triple- t'-, w Need
old George, you remember. George, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Jackson and The mound builders, a familyof tiered collar and tailored ;-" .". "
asked to call We birds in Australia, are front pleat To enhance the ,
me you. are family of Tallahassee spent Sun :"
; : .ol- .
raising funds for the relief of all day with Mrs. Jackson's mother, hatched fully feathered style and assure a perfectfit '.
Opossums rarely use the slim flexible
the poor women who suffer from Mrs. Verdie E banks., ny-
north of Virginia 50 years lon coil zipper Talon's
delicate skin. All we want you to Miss Norma.Jean Thomas of
Now in Zephyr down the b ck.Here's .
ago. they're common
do Mr. Russell is buy one dozen
Woodville visitor at Lake
was a a tip to remember- OIILGRAMLINGi'
Massachusetts 1i
Laa cakes of Slicker Soap, we will
Ellen Baptist Church, Sunday. always use a press cloth over
take care of the. distribution and Mr. and Mrs F. Oliver of Wood the zipper area,in pressing
you will have the. satisfaction of ville visited Steve Pigott, Sunday.Mr. Oxen on the island of ironing. This protects the zipper r'' and Co.

knowing that you have done your and Mrs. Lawrence Rouden Limbok, Indonesia, providetheir I with nylon coil from ex- lr.

.: part. Just send your check for and son, of Perry,spent Saturdayhere. masters with music cessive heat or, if zipper is 1010 S. Adams Ph. 223-0173 -
$5, or beter still, if you are goingto chile they icork. The cattle I metal, it eliminates any possi- t t

be there for a few minutes we Mr. and Mrs, V. M. Pigott and wear giant wooden bells while bility of scratching your iron.

will send a man right over to pickit family of Crestview visited Steve they harrow rice fields FEED SEED '

up and save you the postage, and Pigott and family over the week Currently the order of popu- YOU CAN GET ,

you know the postage counts up end. larity of our canine friendsIs RELIEF FROMHEADACHE '
'these days. : French poodle, beagle ?"-": FERTILIZERPoultry i .
'I Then there is the political con Chihuahuas, dachshund, Ger- PAIN .

tribution racket. The phone usually Foster Memorial-I! man shepherd and Pekingese -
rings when are up to your STANBACK gives you FAST relief
from pains of headache, neuralgia, 144 :
ears in work, or are deep in conversation Festival Time Athate'Springs neuritis,and minor pains of arthritis,. Netting
with an important the first rheumatism Because STANBACK
New Jersey was
client. contains several medicallyapprovedand
state to pass a law regulatingthe prescribed ingredients for fast
A cheerful voice on the phone White Springs, April-Festival practice of medicine relief, you can take STANBACK with Feeders :i
Informs you that a bunch of boysin time will also be flower time at the 40 years ago, Mrs. RebeccaL. confidence. Satisfaction guaranteed! .

the back room were discus- Stephen Foster Memorial as the Felton Dem.-Ga. was the Test S* &* sa*
sing Bill's campaign for State 11th annual Florida Folk Festivalis in STAN BACK .
first woman to be seated against any I r 1 ,
Senator and my name "came up. held on the banks of the Suwan- the Senate. preparationyou've WaterersSprayers I

I. ,Knowing how I feel about Bill nee River here May 3-4-5, accord- used ever t OHinti .

they{ know I would be glad to eon- ing to Foster L. Barnes, Memorial Oird .,
jtributo,toward his campaign. TheIboys director. .'-. I

figured a check for $50' "Probably the largest plantingsof and DustersInsecticides
would be about right in my case hemerocallis in the United I0f 25*.69* T98* .

,but of course, J can make it-a States are located in the Foster

hundred if I want to. Memorial park," Brines said, "and
Then just to make you really
a great many of these more than Garden Tools
.;; 'appreciae your telephone, the next 40.000 plants will be in bloom at ,
call is from some dumb cluck who Folk Festival time.
Peat Moss
:says. "oops, wrong number. "Through the efforts of the Valdosta -
'' Then there Is the sweet voiced Hemerocallis Club, the Memorial -

reature who greets you cordially has been resignated as asiprden AUTO"A1l"OSPACEJ.VrAEcERSO .Cotton Seed Meal and .nwW I
and asks if you mind doing her a for the 1964 national I
favor. All she wants to know is .
hemerocallis.convention to be held '
what television program you are in Valdosta, and the resulty has : \ > ;: ..
r watching. Tell her your fool set been that thousands upon thousands ( Plenty of Parking Space I

,. is out of order and she will offerto of dollars worth of valuable
send an expert, around to fix it
day lily plants from many states
for $6 plus parts and labor.I have been sent to us for our gar-
have reached'the point where I dens. Numerous beds have been i RANGE

'r: am so resentful of these idiotic set out around the grounds, near
r; telephone solicitations that I absolutely -the Museum and Carillon Tower,

; refuse to 'consider anything and flower lovers at the Festival
'or buy anything over the should have a field day with sightseeing 20995 ,
phone.' and picture-taking."
,; Maybe I miss out on a gift ofF
,Plantings of day lilies were
1,000 stamps if I can answer I ,
started in 1960, anticipation of
''.i the question correctly or miss a the national meeting in Valdosta, 1

( free trip to a fish .wry at the new Barnes said. Hybridizers and With ,-
subdivision being oened, provided rThTwI ..
f others attending the South Georgia Trade :-. .' .0-'> -
like 50 mile hikes to the post ,
'. you show in mid-May next year will -
0 Efate. spend a full day observing the
I[ thatI .
I getting so
am Memorial's. 242-acre: grounds and
ff' I can tell one of these calls after plantings. Mrs. Leonard Medererof -

1- listening to the callers opening re Valdosta is convention chair- .

f. marks: In self. defense. I reply, man for the 1964 event. 'i -
J. "The number'.you", calling is'no While the.American Hemerocal- ;; .,.:' ,

l lyonger operative, 'consult your his meets enlarge I : ::: : : 14-
Society generally ... ''
this is a ,re- .-r':.a' r I:.
directory, .
., telephone cities, Mrs. Mederer said, ..,! i ;:t. -.' ''
t. cording." 'It Is thrilling to hear members decided to come back to : / ::;: :: /
slam the :
the click when they up :
Valdosta! in 1954 because of a previous "

i> phone. pleasant experience with .' Peanuts ; 'r.ft.f .
their convention held there 10 :.; "

t II't After-Five Elegance years ago. The Foster Memorials .' :'",:, ... : are ourbusiness <' "':
only 50 miles from Valdosta, '
and the Folk Festival and other ; t"l.. :1
t ,. :
special events attract hundreds oi ,'
'-- : : .3J. ,
", 1t /
Georgians along with thousands of ":"

oj,;;..>., Floridians. -....:: '., *... ..-. J''p

: : Dozens of Florida cities towns i'.: 00... .#.1
and communities will be represented '. ;- :
. ; I by participants in the .,0 o.r..Mae. .
.. ";.1'"
-h.. T
festival this year, and there will :.'- .C' I
be guestperformers from several F ,-r--,... : ,: ,:, :
Georgia communities and from Mold '
.. .
'" 0 South Carolina, Oklahoma, Pen- J352XPlan

tl. nsylvania and Missouri. F : : .
Talented folk singers will repeat cooking : .
your ,. .
their songs from the long .
ago, joining with folk dancers, .. : ......-. :
i: and others ...then relax! : ". We had talk with '
tale tellers, craftsmen :". a a young man the other day
t to keep alive the traditional ex- .. .
about He said "You '
'} ; money. : want my _
life of the -
pressions which reflect
.". pioneer days in Florida in the Automatic Cooking units High-Speed pushbutton Surface account;,it would just be peanuts (- -

( United States and in other,coun- starts and'stops ; .'" L. -
controlled cook fast :, ..:' '
We were quick to point out how we Jo feelr -
1" r tries from which this nation'spopulation meals as you desire .
without flsinaBiB23aMa.terOren
rt.. has been drawn. about itsSome .

... On the seven programs in the Famous EasyCleanFeatures ... .
', I threelday period will be Seminole lift-off ,.:-::. -.- ; of our accounts start with a dollar or ,

.. Indians, shape-note singers, whip handles holiday oven door for sink .-: ; .* two. Some run to very large figures. Some of tho -' .
crackers water witchers, old-time feast or everyday cleaning, no-drip ". .
started small and
: ..L.big ones very ; whether the
fiddlers dulci- .
r and strawbeaters, cooking ceektep :
mer and harmonica players, and ..'. small ones grow or not,they give us a real chance

1 hundreds of other entertainers, to be of service people who.need us. .
performing singly and in groups. .
b eras About 2,000 persons appear as { We like "peanuts." Bring them in, anYtime!

performers on the shady outdoor : Tully'sMotor :

on supple stage during the three-day event. .
;OJ; RADIANT"colors .}
ele- Three programs will be held Fri- ..., "
gancewhen: fashioned into day and Saturday, May 3-4. at : .
'- a graceful .full-skirted dress, 10 ajiu, 1:30 and 7:30 PJBU, with ''i'
i cut beguilingly low in back. the concluding program scheduledat Service
Vacationing i space:savers will
3 p.m. Sunday, May 5.
t welcome the packability. ofthis the Stephen Foster -
Sponsored by
'*ua *rious, airy ,fabric of the .
Commission, STATE
Memorial LEWIS
r"i.= '"}lrittoiN. nylon It ,has the Stephen Foster'Folklore Guild and f IyiI'
and opacity usually-
F seciaM ;with fragility yet the Florida Federation of Music -_IiCIAWFOIDVN.LE FLORIDA'S OLDEST BANK i
!.'< heri; ed with the eaSy dubs; the event,attracts thousands &-. .
I phty of tricot lingerie: of spectators from Florida, MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. -.,

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, 4 VAKULLA COUNTY lWS' .- ." .. ..." __. ,. Board of Health CRAWFORDVILLEPERSONALS guests of Mrs. Katherine.. Strick!
Thursday, May 2,1963. -'.: ,
S Cautions on Poisons Emmett Ferrell: Sr., Mrs.G. .I'
W. Tully, Mrs. Willie V. Har
I JACKSONVILLE The State William L. Gibson has been L.
I vey, Mrs. Lena Harvey, Mrs. L.
3 DECORATOR DESIGNED SETS ci ONE SENSATIONAL WW PRICE / Board of Health today urged visiting the Cecil Forbes familyfor Pararo of Tallahassee, Mrs. Ban-
spring gardeners to read carefullythe the past three weeks. He has nah Crook of Texas, sister of
label of any insecticide before returned to the Cannon Air Force Mr. A. L. Porter, Mrs. A. L. Porter
'I'II using it.There. Base New Mexico, where he is and Mrs. C. L. Rehwlnkel were
are over 40,000 brands of stationed with the Pnited States entertained at a luncheon at Oaks
insecticides and pesticides reg- Air Force. Restaurant, Thursday April 26.
istered with the U. S. Department Gregory Tteightley: spent the Sammy Alligood and Butch Eu-
of'Agriculture and many contain weekend in Monticello with his banks have returned to their home
chemcals deadly to man, said friend, John Stokes, formerly of for the summer from Gainesville."
4. Mulrennan, director of the .
i r 95 'sdqg Sopchoppy.C. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Porter en-
board's Bureau of Entomology. L. Townsend, Junior, spent.tertained with a Fish Fry at their
I ix' K He said it is not the use but several days with his parents last home last Friday night in honor
I misuse of insecticides and pesti- week. He returned to Gainesville, of Mr. Porter's sister, Mrs. Ban-
'J x aYG'Cx cides which kills humans. Among Thursday, where he will attend nah Crooks of Mt. Pleasant, Texas,
the dangerous ones is parathionand summer school. who has been visiting here ferI
through 1962 Florida had 30 Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Linzy of the past three weeks. Mrs. Crooks

.t'. 9 rrvn,,. deaths u... from this..alone.. Homestead, Florida, were recent,returned to her home last Sunday.
I r "if we could eliminate parathionfrom r .
home use, we'd have relatively -
little trouble with bug-killing COMPLETE
chemicals, "Mulrennan said. "Parathion : Tallahassee
f can kill you just by gettingsome
t y
on your hands"Some
. ,
I a ? of the compounds are Flowers SL
Candy Inc. SERVICE
poisonous when inhalled or swallowed ;
others when absorbed .
: through the skin. They should be -:. .;
carefully stored and kept out of .
reach of children.
2 Persons using any of the com-
pounds should be careful of windor ..- .
drift; pets and children shouldbe "';"-- Formerly Tillman's ," .. .'

wy* t kept out of the area; hands' 103 EAST 'JEFFERSON STREET '..2.
should be washed immediately after ::. .. > '
., xw the chemical is used and '. :
t clothing, also, if any of the ma. .
+. a terial has been spilled on clothes. .
Mulrennan said any victim of in- ".\
.. 1 ;;\"".
K[ roR x .x y s secticidal misuse should be takento '
1 a ::4 PHDNE':22.t.5923.: TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA _
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-- rid i.l/Iwo w. a doctor or hospital immediately. '
r e '
; I I.LM nd.t4' -. And, so that treatment can be or WA 6- 301 CRAWFORDVIIilfE*
: t S.y $(I N .. .
should be !
most effective you _pre- _
pared to tell the doctor the name of h : tSee > .;
the product or even give the bot- F
I t I.tia F tle or can with its label. ,
I'* ,.
id 1 +' + There are 21 poison control cen- '
... ,\0.
ters in Florida hospitals with card
a t I*,AMU il..s files listing most of the poisonous Our Selection ,.
S r I iwMu ,
? chemicals from insecticides to
t 1 4.F 114r: household cleaners with anti
I dotes so that rapid first aid can of-Beautiful Hallmarks Cards

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I II h ... 1919 W. Tennessee Furn. Co. : ;: antiseptic. sacs itch of wrfacirathete' .
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\'959 FORD V-8 WAGON 1961 CHEVROLET V8 Belair, 4 Door, ';;:

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4-door, 6-passenger Station Wagon; automatic 995 1495

transmission, radio. heater. Clean, roomy, right! ,ice .,r

..'$.. Air-conditioned:! 4-door sedan with power steering, $795 .-
auto fl tic transmision. radio heater. One owner,. 9-PASSENGER. Give the whole family :
:''>- clean car. Lots of solid comfort for only ............ room to ride inansmission ease. Equipped with ., .
;auto. tr radio, heater, power $1 1095
5 steering and power brakes. A one own
FORD er car with good fires, good paint and
1959 4-DOOR SEDAN $ extra clean ...........'................................ .. '
Radio and Extra Clean' 7 9 5 t .. .
Fat no Plus ..... .. .. ..._... ....-..........._. 1960 FORD 2-DR. SEDAN 5 d ;
V-8 Fairlane 500 standard transmission fj :
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good tires, seat covers. Excellent trans j-
. 1960 FORD 4-DOOR SEDAN tfj portation with good looks .. *.. ............' .
Radio, HeAter Automatic Transmission O :\ ? .
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car thousands of miles left in this low 1961 CHEVROLET 4-DR.
Special .. ....................-'................."....".....-price...... SEDAN. V-8 Powerglide transmission, radio S
heater Low mileage. Had tender' 1495 /hL T
loving are In like-new condition ........i'!; /
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With -Heater Gas Mileage beyond S795 '60 FORD CONVERTIBLE I! ::

for only ..............................w-......-compare..-........."...... V-8 performance. Sharp black with, $ /
whitewall tires, automatic transmissionradio ., 1295 / ._
heater, good top. At unbelievable /
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1961 vCORVAIR MONZER, 2 door, Radio 1956 FORD V-8 .
and Heater, Low Mileage 1595 .1" S
4 2-door Hardtop;. runs good._Dandy one}or second
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1958 CHEVROLET V8 Station Wagon, 795 :. ; '- .

1959 RENUALT, 4 Door, New Paint, 445 4 Door, 1 Owner, onljr ..: .
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; Night Until 9 this week Monday through Friday. Enjoy your week-end in a better used car. double dare! It's INTRIGUE II, Darlene's two-part swim-

suit with a beautifully latticed side view of you! Fully ,

fashioned of Dartex, Darlene's own Ban-Larrand rubber .

ALFORD CHEVROLET : 4 .fabric for the sleekest, smoothest fit you've ever :r>

I ; known. superbly shaped with seamless curves and ,,'.-:

a unique inner bra. Sizes 8 to 14. $00.00
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