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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: January 14, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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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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_: Volumn 66 oJ.-Number 20 j I I CRAWFORDV I LLE, FLORIDA I \ Thursday" January 14 1965 i! 32327: i ." Price lOc Per Copy .+


J1 1 CRAVTORDVILLE HIGH! ---
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SCHOOL IIONOR ROLLS ,
TOM ADAMS TO SPEAK ;I' II"
i, r FOR 2ND GRADING TERM TO CHAMBER TUESDAY r, \ .4 ". .

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All "A" Honor Roll 1st I r'rr
Secretary of State Tom A- ..
Grade Anna Whaley, Michelle .tat: "
damswlll be the guest speak- .
McCallistcr. Second 1 1. : '\
er at the Wakulla County y ,
/Its Cra e- Regina Oaks. Fourth Chamber of Commerce Installation : .'t' .,.
Grade Marsha J e rn I g a n. banquet Tuesday .r t- y;e tt'P t P 4ti

Sixth Grade Pam Oliver, night, January 36, at Wakulla ? ,'t. .
Strickland i
Ricky Linda .
I Springs Lodge. This annual -
Lowlier, Cindy Russ, Anne ,
event which Is also ladies
Mathis Porter. Twelfth rAf. d i
Becky J
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Night is one of the .
Grade Barbara Jemigan."AB" .
I highlights of the Chamber's .
I Honor Roll First !
r activities.
1 I Sonja Council, Beverly Cow-
Fred Kelghtley publisher
dy, Bill Harvey, Betsy of the Wakulla County, News, I t
Moore Tim 1
Smith Randy will be installed presidentfor
Smith Helen Wilson Kevin
the .
I ensuing
Bonita Deborah year ._ l l
Caby, Stokley, Other officers serving this

{ Durrance, Kim m i e term will be Bernard Wilson, 0' / ,
ssr Dykes, Olivia Oaks.
vice president John Pigott
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Second Danica Wciford, Secretary and Cecil Wright
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ftr Dennis Worrell, Lisa Smith, Treasurer. ,
Jack Townsend DiNee Dick-
I Secretary Adams said that
t ti_ .'- son, Cene Strickland, Cynthia he would speak on natural I {
Strickland, Pamela Harvey
resources and development
,
Chuck i 6 .J
Bonyata.
which so vital to the econ-
Third Cheryl Brimmer, omy of Wakulla County. !

I Angela Evans, Bill Moore, i As in the past, membersof 1
Sarabeth Morrison, Terry the Wakulla I
County Junior I '
Nazworth, Shcrce Kay Phil- Chamber of Commerce will ''II s ,,

lips, Shirley Tartt, Larry be guests at the meeting. + s

Wetherington, Deanna Jo Many friends' from Leon .;

PANACEA CHAMBER DRIVE Shown planning the annual membership drive for the Panacea Whaley, Debbie Nazworth. County and some who are

Chamber of Commerce which this weekend and extends in the Fourth Luther Rawls, i members of the Wakulla organization '
begins through January, are rear, Debbie Mathers
Betsy Smith
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from left, Preston Robinson, Jack >Moncrief, Edgar Metcali and William B. Witt, in the front row, Debra Weiford, Linda Deal will attend.

Forrest Coxen, F. C. Clay, A. B. Snyder, chairman, and C. L. (Shorty) Allen. Dwano Sparkman, Steve Po-, ,

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may BAND BOOSTERS '

SEBRING'S 1965 SENIORS TO PRESENT TEMPLE ORANGES Fifth David Brown, Des- HOLD MEETING l

FIFTEENTH ANNIVERSARY "PRIDE AND PROGRAM SLATED mond Tucker, Betty Green
PREJUDICE"Jane
Sixth Michael Ross, Mar The Crawfordville Band

1950-51 on a New Years Austin's well-loved Lakeland, Fla. The Flo lon Laird, Mark Miller Gloria Boosters Club met Tuesday

Eve saw the first of fifteen novel, "PWde and Prejudice rida Citrus Commission begins Thomas. Wanda Harvey, night at the school house to MR. AND MRS. DAN MILLER CELEBRATED THEIR SOTH WED

auto road races that was to isthe source of the play to be, a S72.000 advertising Billy Smith, Sara Nazworth. discuss the uniform project. DING ANNIVERSARY LAST SUNDAY AT THEIR HOME IN WA

bring fame and world renown presented March 5 by the campaign for fresh Temple Seventh Ronnie Harvey, An offer of used uniforms KULLA COUNTY. MANY FRIENDS AND RELATIVES DROPPEDIN

throughout succeeding yearsto Senior i Class of Crawford- oranges on January 13 with Arnold Greene, Loretta Laird, was received from Chlpley DURING THE AFTERNOON.

drivers, some still drivln g vllle School. The newspaper advertisements in Mel in da Harvey, Deborah and a uniform was shown.
comedy,
and other departed to th eland adapted by playwright, Pau- 11 major distribution areas Coxwell, Kathy Stevens.EtghUrDavldhtiller After much discussion, the

of ever waving check- line Phelps has Its for fresh Temples. Scott Club voted to refuse the offer

ered flags. in 18th century, England setting and James T. Hopkins, advertising Caby, Frank Rabenau, Dar- on the used uniforms and i! REPUBLICANS MAKE

Sebring-Florida,year round captures much of the atmosphere and publicity director lyne Wildern, Sandra Weth continue the effort to raise I NEW YEARS PREDICTION

a well knit small community of that delightful forthe Commission, said the erington. money to outfit the band la

halfway to anywhere inCentral According to a spokesman period campaign would be backedbyapotcommerclalaon Ninth Barbara Raker new uniforms.A : I Tampa, Jan. 4 Florida

Florida, spotted on for the Senior Class, leading Wayne Strickland.Tent' financial report shows ovir v i. will go Republican in 1965.

famed Route 27, ll in the the play has interest for both television stations in the Diane Porter, John 1.000 jV'ars!' now In theuniform r This Is the New Year's pre

heart of the famed citrus people and adults. same distribution areas. Taylor, Sharilyn Harvey. fund. '{, diction and resolution of

belt. Undulating hills and young"Through use of costumes "This portion of the program Eleventh Kathy Strick- Dave Collings,band director t# State COP Chairman Tom ./

wide expanses of orange, lemon and a formality of speech will consist of an average of land. told the club of the com- I Brown! who defines his foreI,I I

and grapefruit groves and manners, we hope to 10 commercial spots per week Twelfth Jerry Core, Margaret ing events that the band THOMASPR ) cast thuslyr"Certalnlytherearenoma

heavily laden keeps the give our audience a glimpseof on local television stations Kittrell, Ann Moore. would participate in. BASS

county 4 citizens busy throughmost a colorful day out of the during the weeks beginning Bernard Wilson, finance jor state elections scheduled f
of the year. past. January 18 and 25. committee chairman, urged until 1966, but we will br the

With the arrival of March, The combination r'mo- SCHOOL FUND DRIVE I all members to be present a t CHANGES MADE alive political party m Flo-

and in the North fickle wind tion, Hopkins said, "is pin DATE SET AT C'VILLE a called meeting to be held FLORIDA POWER rida !In 1965 and add very substantial ,

and storm filled cold still 1964 ACP PARTICIPATION point advertising on a local February 2 at the school. A strength to our posi- I

not loosing it fearful hold, REPORTED market basis, directed at Harold Blanton, principalof fund raising project will b e Effective January 15, Frank lion as the potent factor in a i I/
Sebring and the surroundingarea those areas that represent the Crawfordville school, discussed. H. Bass, Jr., assistant manager two-party +olitical system m f

Is filled with the perfume More farmers in Wakulla major distribution points for announced at PTA meeting of insurance and claimsfor our state "

oforange blossoms thatno County participated in the fresh Temple oranges. This Tuesday night that the Florida Power Corporation Some of the reasons ticked

manufacturer can ever 1964 Agricultural ConservaUonProgramthantnarry type of program is extremely school's' United Fund Drive PTA TURNOUT will become administrative off by Brown as adding substance

duplicate oth- practical in dealing with would take place the first ONE OF LARGEST assistant to the director to his predictions __

The town itself begins to er ASCS activity, it was reported a fast moving commoditysuch two weeks In February. of public relations. "A new all-time high In
take hurried almost as Temples of The Crawfordville PTA Don F. Thomas, public relations the number of
on air today by J. K. Moore, oranges. Purpose the United Fund met registered Republicans -,
as if Itwould match the Chairman of the ASC Com- The newspaper advertise Drive Is so that the various Tuesday night with one of staff specialist, will (The COP has
of the ments will be in colors charities( the largest attendances of relocate and be based in thecompany's
speed thundering brute mittee.A two ,, would not have to the begun registration drive all
auto racers that already have total of 63 farmers cooperated where color available. hold individual school solicitations year. Eastern Division over the state which Brown
left foreign shores for arrivalthe in this important The television message will at school President Frank Rabenaucut headquarters at Winter Parkas says already, has upped the

last of the month at Se program, usually referred to be the pri -wlnning Temple Blanton said that this would the business session shortso public relations representative Republican roster to about a

bring. by its lnltlabACP.. orange commercial which relieve much work on teachers that the planned Open ; he will travel thecompany's half million, from the 458, -

Tourist accommodations Funds for the cost -share has won the Commission two and parents alike. He House program could get un- 32-countysystem 156 on the books last Octo-

are reorganized, an extra program are provided in recognition awards for general excellence said that since the use of a derway.Mrs. on public relations assign ber 3rd. )

bunk made up, relationsmove of the fact that united drive was started ir Dorothy Miller, in ments.A "The emergence of addi-

in with relations and soil, water, and related nat- Merchandising materials I Crawfordville, schools part charge of the program, told native of Atlanta, Ca. tional strong COP I leaden,
the anti-noise and confusion ural resources "are vital to have been placed in the icipation In the various char- the group that three' lO-mln Bass attended schools In Tam- adding to the party's reservoir

inhabitants make arrangements the health andwelbeingot mails in support of the program ities is better than in the ute classes would be held and pa and St. Petersburg and of qualified( and attractive

to return North OJ our citizens, both n>nv and in and prize-and-pre- Past that parents could visit in graduated from Mercer University potential candidates for all
in with Uncle He urged the the home room of teachers. (Ga.), with a law degree offices
move Joe fifty the future, "the Chairman mium program is scheduled parents to remember I, from the courthouse
miles Of to send their The forty-five minute ; he Wit admitted to the to the
away. ( course, pointed out. outstanding displays constructed dona- per- state and national capita -
as uncle owns their house he Practices carried out in during the promo- tiers! during the first twc iod found parents moving Florida_ _.Bar.In_ 1963 .Bass II In all future elections. "

probably has it rented to a Wakulla County included establishing tional period, utilizing fresh weeks In February. from room to room learning joined Florida rower in W57as "Vigorous and effective
racing who will teaching methods that I insurance and claims representative -
group more permanent pasture, Temple oranges -- activity by Republicans all
than pay its taxes for the Improving pasture by fertilizing The promotion scheduledfor their children were receiv- after several over the state, including Republican -

whole year, which Is a great. liming, planting pine New York, Philadelphia, ing In a variety of subjects.The years of background work W 0 m e re's clubs,
with Insurance firms in St.
convenience.) seedlings, and planting summer Boston, Chicago. 'Baltimore, aim of the program Young Republicans and other
Food dispensers stock Atlanta Cleve warier parents get an Idea Petersburg.and West Palm
Republican
up on and winter cover erox.' and, Pitts- CONTEST DATE 5E'CBY groups throughoutthe
staple items, decorativeflags "Conservation, Chairman burg, Detroit,Cincinnati and CITRUS of their child's schedule and Beach. He had also been state. "

are strung up throughout Moore said, "is a program Washington, D. C. progress in the school work. employed as a security investigator "The Republican will and
the street Welcome Following the refreshments for the Fed er a 1government. determination
race with a number of benefits, Lakeland Fla. January 14 program, to win, with
,
Bass was mad
fan decorate were served no looking back
pennants every but one where the farmer The Florida Citrus Com- at any elect-
assistant of the Insurance -
store window for miles a- might have a hard time bearing HOMESTEAD AND mission's sixth annual All- and manager claims depart- ion In which we came out record
round. Quickie hamburgerand ( all of the PERSONAL PROPERTY best""The
involved -
expenses Florida Dessert Con-
Orange
ment Florida Power in
CHILDREN:
soft drinks concessions OF resolution
BE FILED growing of
So the Governmentcomes SHOULD
line the streets and a veritable in with 'cost share test begins Monday (January DISABLED VETERANS 1961 and held that post until Increasing thowands of Flo-
a 11)) with a prize list of more his new assignment to the
Camivalmldwayat thrbugh the "ACP' which E. C. Ferrell, Jr. Tax ridlans to return this state
than offered to
$10,000 -
mosphere takes shape for the makes it possible for hi n to Assessor of Wakulla County, I contestants $t. Petersburg, Fla. M. public relations department.. and nation to the Republican

annual week of speed that is participate[ in this worth- stated today that citizens of preparingthabestdesserts fresh T. Dixon, of the Florida Department Bass Is a member of Phi Alpha philosophy of conservative,

Sebring. while activity with some financial the county should file their using oranges of Veterans Affairs, Delta legal fraternity; constitutional government.
Throughout the year, the h el "Homestead Exemption and or orange products. stated that there Is an edu- an associate member of the "These are but a few of the
Nationally residents 17
p. Florida
once a year classic has stead- overtwo farmers Personal Property now. years cational assistance of $110.- St. Petersburg Jaycees, an many good reasons we are

ily and worthily grown in stature mllliog participate In the regularly Ferrell said that the deadline compete of age or older,according are eligible to 00 per month to children of elder In the Pasadena Presby predicting Florida will go Republican -

once unheralded and veterans who are r terian Church; and an honorary this Brown
ACP showing what wide for filing will be March pe m a gently year.
acceptance Walter J. Page, director of
the evident and disabled member of the Florida said. "We
unsung totally
very this are building our
program has. public relations for the Commission
spectator appeal that is Se 31.He also said that owners of and director of the from a service connected disability Presbyterian College Charter party strong this lear to win

bring has snowballed this event trailers should either buy a contest. Cooperating with or who die while so Alumni A oclation.Don strong next year.

into an operation of year BENNY SHIELDS trailertag from the Tax Col- the Commission In conducting disabled. Thomas, a 40yeu'nsident Brown added, with a nudge
round planning and This provision of the law of St. Petersburg Is for
a
organization A CELEBRITY lector or turn It In on the the event are the Florida political sloganeers andr.unstersl
to one of great international Personal Property return. also authorizes extending the journalism graduate of the "We'll be alive in
Power C of
stature, unequalled by Mr. Benny Shields of St. Ferrell said that he would Miami Light the Florida Company Power period of time during whicha University of Florida and wasa and elect our picks in
any other type of sport in the Marks Fla. announce hi I schedule for handicapped child may receive reporter-photographer '66. "
really of St. Petersburg
a
got Corporation the
whole world. The great distance taking returns in the various special restorative St. Petersburg Evening
pleasant Electric
surprise the
that many of the foreign Monday precincts of the county at a Tampa training when such an extension Independent newspaper before
and the Gulf Power
morning at9s45whtuthe
; Company,
entries alone have to later date. is necessary to accomplish joining Florida Power in
telephone and the voiceon of Pensacola.
travel makes evident the rang Company the purpose of the 1955 as a representative in
the other end said ''Thi.is uid that the deadlinefor
------- Page the
glory and renown that a win tra Inlng. community development
Ernie Ford in California. entries l February 6, Dixon He transferre d
ning position at the Sebring urges all veterans to department.
Sure enough, it was, and 1965, with the finals scheduled C.
spectacular ensures. disabled, or widows whose to the public relations department C. CARCAL
they carried on quite a con for May 6-71n Winter
husbands In 1957. He is NAMED
CARD OF THANKSWe were so disabled at on TO POSTTallahassee
versation. );raven. the time of their husband's the boards of directors for

NOTICEA As most people know, Ernie are sincerely gratefulto The Grand Prize winner Is death, and who have child both Sigma Delta Chi, West Secretary
Ford comes on WCTV every to receive appliances for an
our friends and neighbors ren, to contact their local Coast (Florida) Chapter; and State Tom Adams today announced -
morning at 9<30 and always all-electric kitchen. This
meeting of the Wakulla Veteran the Suncoast Industrial Editors -
dials for their many kind acts of County Service Officer the commissioning
Camp W.O.W. will be held and some telephone sympathy during our sad be- includes a refrigeratorfreezer or write to him at P. Association. Thomas is 01 C. C. Cargal, Route 2,
number talks
In the Board! Room in the to people reavement.Mrs. tabletop water heater, O. Box 1437, St. Petersburg, a captain and public information Box! 200, Crawfordville, Florida -
somewhere. So this times it disposal, dishwasher, automatic officer with the 9330th
Court House on Monday for further Information on this | as Member Wakulla
,
W. E.
just happened to b. St. Herrington clothes washer and
18th Force Reserve
at 7:00 educational Air Recovery County
night January Marks. and family. automatic dryer. assistance pro Development Author
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__. I MINUTES OF THE WAKULLA MINUTES OF TIlE WAKULLA
; I r-f COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD 1
I WAKULLA COUNTY EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE LEGAL NOTICE UNDER y
NEWS I November 30, 1964 January 5, 1965
'J"huUav. Juwa.rY': 14. Amazing: new liquid plastic FICTITIOUS NAME School School
STATUTE The Wakulla County The Wakulla County SI I aSsoil
used all of
coating on types Board met in special session Board met in special session
surfaces Interior exterior. Know all men by these
: or pre- at9iOOA.M., November 8:00 A.M. 5 Q :
Eliminates waxing when applied sents that H. M. Clardy J. I 30, 1964. VIce-Chair- at 1965, for the organlnationai : 1

WAKULLACOUNTY on Asphalt Tile, Vinyl J. Crosser the Marsha Lynn man Mr. Paulk called the meeting. The Superintendent I vG
Trust and H. R. Hoffman
Linoleum
Vinyl Asbestos are meeting to order with the Mr. Whaley, called
NEWS Hard Wood, and Furniture. partners in a business con- following member present the meeting, to order with By Mary WhitmanA By Mary Whitman

Completely eliminates paint- ducted under the fictitious Mr. Posey. Mr. Roddenberry the following member presents silver dollar .Is being What the manic- of Mother
new
Telephone WAI yt '.1301VlrfinU ing when applied to Wood name of the Asphalt Trans- Mr. Cowdy, and Mr. Mr. RodJcnbeny, Mr. minted for the first time In 311 Goose*

Metal or Concrete surfaces. portation Co. The principal Crum were a b sent. Since Strickland, Mr. PaiOk Mr. but It s not likely to bav Children love the singsong,
This finish Is also recom- place of business of the Asphalt yean. collectors the
a the nonsense mystery, thpIInexpPI.tpcl
there was not a quorum pre- Crum and Mr. Posey. much extra! value as
II mended for boats and auto- Co. is
Transportation Strickland rhyme. the under
sent, the members presentreceivedthe Moved by Mr. Item
mobiles.NO. St. Marks Wakulla County hobbyists rhythm We owe murh of
bids and will a- and seconded by Mr. Crum That'' the advice to ruin lying
KticHtWyfrrd Edl. Florida. The partners of Asphalt Yeoman thin heritage to the minstrels
COMPETITIONAs ward them later. that Mr. Roddenberry be from Illc'hard S.
Transportation Co. nnmlsmatlc and wanderers who recited the
for nation top
C. Paulk nominated as Chairman of the
> these are exclusive form- Bobby one around firesides In
K.lthtl.y 1 oMlf" hereby give notice that they veises days
Chairman two ((2)) years. authorities
Vice the ensuing
ulas in demand by all businesses will register the fictitious roll far the gone by.There.
Entered: at Crewfordvlllt, Florida Industry and homes. name with the Clerk of the C. L. Townsend, Voting for the Mr.motion Crum : Mr.Mr. minting Present of r plans million new "csrt. ,.le many theoiles on
No franchise fee. Minimum Circuit Court of Wakulla Superintendent Strickland, Mint the origin of these stories and
Subsrriplion and Mr. wheels! at the Denver
second) class matter Mr. Posey
Paulk
m investment $7,000. Investment County as soon as this Notice Yeoman who In vli-e presl veises In days past under mon

rate. $3.00 year, is secured by inventory has been run for four conse- Roddenberry. Roddenber nays dent or the Coin Division at mchy and without a press,
Mr.
Factory trained cutive weeks.H. Moved by Crum Whitman Publishing Company veiled hymen i were often the
will ry and seconded by Mr. only way to comment on news
personnel help set
up WisconsinThe
H. ClardyJ. Strickland be nom Racine "
your business.For J. Crotser MINUTES OF TIE WA KULLA that Mr. for new oln will carry a 1961 and peisonalltles
inated Vice Chairman Some say that Elizabeth I of
complete details and Trust COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD Into 1965 In common with
Marsha Lynn Lewis the ensuing two ((2)) years. date iiRland: \; Is the flamboyant figme -
literature write 14 1964 minted American
December
descriptive T. Williams )Jr. andH. ,all other newly
Byi J. Voting for the motion Mr. will "with lings on her fingers
CHEM-PLASTICS C PAINT Dlstiibutlon
R. Hoffman, Trustees. The Wakulla County Boardof Roddenberry, Mr. Crum, Mr. denomination" commercial mid bells on her toes," while the
CORP. 1828 Locust St. be still'tly through;
". R. Hoffman Public Instruction met in Paulk, Mr. Posey and Mr. scliediilel, beautiful queen of Scotland wan
Louis 3 Mo. banks and the oln la
14t1123.RECISTRA, 12/24 .31.1)7.) 14 regular session at 8:00 A.M., Strickland. for releaae! only In the Western Mary, quite contrary"" HuraptyPumpty

December 14, 1964. The Moved by Mr. Paulk and states, : The I'.itlIlIt says It may have been any ofa

0 0 J '0 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Chairman Mr. Crum called seconded by Mr. Strickland will neither sell the dollars 10 number of dignitaries who fell

TION OF COURT IN AND FOR the meeting to order with the thatthe Board set 8:00 A. M. anyone. nor range for. peisoiw' from grace, while Jack Horner

FICTITIOUS NAMES WAKULLA COUNTY, FlO- following members present the first Monday after the to receive them Is thought by some scholars to

We the undersigned, being RIDA.IN Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. Cow: 12th of each month as timeof The torrent Pence design, flint be a nobleman who VIII.Cbllcll'f'n received. a"plllm"
fiom Henry
duly sworn, do hereby declare PROBATE NO. 281. dy, Mr. Posey and Mr. Paulk. regular meeting. loosen by the Mint In 1921 will and nations adapted

under oath that the IN REt Estate ofRUDOLPH Moved by Mr. Cowdy and Voting for the motion Mr. be continued on the new dollar the verses freely to fit their

names of all persons interested POOLE seconded by Mr. Roddenberry Pjulk, Mr. Strickland, Mr. notes Yeoman whose Him IK own favoi The first known use I

If You Need. in the business or profession Deceased. that the Minutes of Novem- Crum, Mr. Posey and Mr. the countiys lending maniifaUinet nf :Mother. Goose name was on
ber 12th and of coin collecting: sup
carried on under the NOTICE TO CREDITORSAND 30th be approved Roddenbeny. a collection of stories for ('till.

OffictSupplies name of St. Marks Concrete CLAIMANTSYou as read. Moved by Mr. Stricklandand piles and material ill'en published by Charles Peimult .

Husine! Machine Co., at St. Marks, Florida, Voting for the motion was seconded by Mr. Paulk While Issue of a new silver In France In the 17th
Office Furniture and the extent of the interest and each of you are Mr. Cowdy, Mr. Paulk, Mr. that the meeting adjourn. dollar la nn event of historicImpmtanre. centmy About a hundred years

of each, is as follows: Names hereby notified and required Posey, Mr. Roddenberry Voting for the motion Mr. the coin I Is not later the title trussed the than
Sr* or Call to present claim and demands likely to serve any significant:
any Mr. Crum. Mr. Paulk Mr.
Maples Concrete Products Strickland: net to appear In England oerH
RANEY WHALEYat Co., Inc.j Extent of Interest which you, or eitherof Moved by Mr. Roddenber- Crum Mr. Posey and Mr. rote In commerce;of he the continues supply .thyme collection Later a varlety .
the much
100%. you, may have against 17 and seconded by Mr. Cow Roddenberry. because of I of :Mother Goose booksacre
be taken out
estate of RUDOLPH POOLE, dy that Mrs. Nann'e! R. Bo- will probably In America
published
Ill N. Maples. S. E. Roddenberry soenli hunters
James ,
cliculiitlnn by
deceased, late of said County wen be granted Maternity Even the enriched. collection
CAPITAL OFFICE President to the County Judge of Chairman nnd upei'ulatoi,s.
Leave effective as of January that ram clown.to us Is only a
EQUIPMENT CO. State of Florida Wakulla County, Florida, at 4 for the remainder of the William E. Whaley, "\\e pXl'PI'I It to assume the small portion of the verses out

Sit South AtUmi St. County of Wakulla his office In the Court House, 1964-65 School Year. Superintendent Immediate status of a souvenir ancestors. redted The lilt of
Sworn and subscribed before CMwfordville Florida with I'oln. olmllar to the Tohn F. still In them
Corner E. FcnucolaTALLAHASSEE Voting for the motion was many voices Is
FLORIDA me this 11th day of Jan- in six ((6)) calendar months Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. Cow- Kennedy, half clollai And once, its These are tales to be talked
A.D. 1965. from the date of the first H coin la In this category; than scanned silently,
uary, Mr. Mr. Paulk rather ,
dy, Posey, vnlne is a rarity. Is usually mil
Ill Moody Pearce publication of this notice.: and Mr. Crum. lifted:' he says nnd perhaps. that accounts for
Clerk Circuit Court Each claim or demand must their long: lifeMotliei "
Moved Mr. and NOTICE
by Posey The silver dollar Ix a tiadltlonallv .
bedtime
Goose la perfect
Wakulla be writing\ and must state .
County seconded by Mr. Cowdy: that .populai' loin In ntimlsmalic
Byi Tohnle Llmbaugh! the place of residence and leave be granted Mr. John S. TO THE PUBLIC elides It lias always been tending Haas.of points Whitman Pub tlIo..othy

+eF Deputy Clerk post office address of the Braxton, Mr. Lonnie Raker one of our standard coins. and of Racine.

1-14928.2.4-, claimant, and must be sworn and Mr. Jerry Reeves as re- The last year's Board of throughout the world. a similar \\lmonsln llshliiK Company Even a patent who

to by the claimant, his agent, quested. County Commissioners bud- denomination Is railed a lowu. cant sin* will find they work

Fi or his attorney, or the same Voting for the motion was geted us$45, 000.00 for Road Our caitwheels. were. nil like a lullaby because they'reno

TEMALE; HELP WANTED: will become void accordingto Mr. Posey, Mr. Cowdy, Mr. and Bridge Fund. They used tlioilzel. by Congiess In 1792, melodic Children love to

Healthy lady to live as mem- law. Such creditor or Roddenberry, Mr. Paulk and $16,358.75 in three months, and the first Issues appealed In heat about naughty Tom the

ber of our fa m 11 y. Nice claimant must at the time Mr. Crum. left $28,641.25 to last us 1791. There were "pvp..allap"PRIn Vlpei Son 01 iheer the escape

room and connecting bath, of the filing of the same deliver Moved by Mr. Roddenberry nine months. colnrge: over. the yeais. the of Little111" Muffet Most of

i cook and keep house for self, a copy of such claim and seconded by Mr. Cow MR. JOHN L. DAVIS latest being from 1935! to the them are halfway to dreamlandby

wife and me, two teenage tothe County Judge In compliance dy that the 1964-65 Budget COUNTY COMMISSIONER IlI"e"pnl" the time you get to Hickory
grandsons. Write particularsand with Chapter 61- Amendment Number one be Silver clollai are. stionxlv. Dlckoiy Dock and Hey Diddle
salary expected. Jeny 394, Laws of Florida for approved. Identified with the West where Diddle:'

Carter, 915 Brookwood Dr. 1961. Voting for the motion Mr. they are a long accepted stand These short stories In verse
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Tallahassee. FloridaTIPWANT' This 19th day of Novem- aid of commence have fascinated all of ua lot
IJ;0SHPTIC TANK ber, 1964. Roddenberry, Mr. Goody, "It would be desliable. to own 01 ei two bundled. years No
Mr. Posey, Mr. Paulk and one 01 two of the new silver other juvenile beat seller corn.ptireo .
SERVICE- Itl Marlon Poole and
Mr. Crum. Farm Income Sag dollars. but the coin probably with that record. You

Interviewer wanted for part- Itl Charles Poole of Moved by Mr. Posey and will not hate Shy special valuoas cant RO wrong presenting any

Clenn OutRepair time telephone survey work. CoAdministrators seconded by Mr. Goody that a rarity. 01 an Investment, child you know with a copy of
the Estate of RUDOLPH bills be possibility;' he concludes Mother Goose .
Give phone number and deceased. the paid. Is Blamed On Impel Ishable

I New Installation county. Prefer private line. POOLE Voting for the motion was
HUNTER AND HUNTER
Air mail Mr. Posey, Mr. Cowdy, Mr.
The Best For Less'! Not a selling Job. Attorneys for Administrators
education Roddenberry, Mr. Paulk and
,
.' letter Including
1909 Street
TelephoneTallahassee work experience and names Tyler Florida Mr. Crum. Program failureWASHINGTONRep "There are 365 days in a
Hollywood
American Moved by Mr. Roddenberry Is when you
of references toi 1/14.21.28.2-4. "Middle Age year but more than 3,659: ape-'
ee 877-1773 Field Staff and seconded by Mr. Po- used to
Bureau for
Research H do everything you designated
can dial days are
after G :00 "
p.m. Beltsville that the Board adjourn.
sey
Department, not until tomorrow "
Maryland. Voting for the motion was R. Gross (R-Iowa). naysthat do-but observance.
SALESMAN WANTED 026
Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. Po- despite the Administrations
,
Are looking for a good
you Mr. Mr. Paulk ClaIms tnat
part-time or full-time Income sey, Cowdy, present
and Mr. Crum. farm have bene-
programs
In Franklin Co. or part *
A. Crurn.Chairman fitted the farmers the <". r./# TALLAHASSEE: THEATRES I
CUBE'SSHOP Dees Barber ShopFOUR Tallahassee Many Raw- Henry "rosy
lelghDealers cam $2.50 and picture" does not square

up per hour. See D C. C. L. Townsend, with the facts FLORIDA STATE

[ POINTS Thrash 1422 N. Blvd. Tal- SuperintendentMINUTES "The extent to which farmers

lahassee, or write Rawlelgh are being short changedIn
FA L 220 26, Memphis Tenn.5tp1217,17,21,28,24. WED. thru SAT"
CUTS $1.00 with
BOYS HAIR comparison other
__
EARLY AMERICAN sefm nts of the economy is

TRENCH PROVINCIAL OPEN TIL OF THE WA KULLACOUNTY shown in figures compiled by WED. thru SAT.

VICTORIAN 800P.M. FRIDAYS SCHOOL BOARD Carl Wilken research director

FURNITURE CradyWhitfieldHarold FOR SALEi Furniture, Complete January 5, 1965 for the National Founda Julie Andrews-James Gamer

Herschel Cook Kitchen Bedroom, The Wakulla County Boardof tion for Economic Stability"

I Phone 385-1222 Dee Cook, Owner Living room, also youth bed Public Instruction met in he said. THE AMERICANIZATION

1901 N. Monroe St. and chest. Mrs. Ina Maye Special Session at 9:30A.: M. "Wilken estimates the na- OF EMILY! The Dave Clark Five
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA Forbes Miller Walnut 6- 5 1965 to attend Many othersin
January tional income for 1964 will
3853 or Walnut 6-3081. to any business that might total billion
$509 -or $31Va GET YOURSELF A
come before the Boaid. The
billion more than the figure COLLEGE GIRL
Chairman, Mr. Roddenberry
t- called the meeting to order, for 1963. On the other hand

with the following members he says net farm income this

TallahaMt BuslMM' Firm present! Mr. Strickland, Mr. year will total $12Va billionor PURY HIGHWAY w CAPITOL DRIVE-IN

Paula, Mr. Crum and Mr. $:>00' hiillion less than in OUTDOOR M 01 WOODVILIE MWY3 .

Posey. 1963 ,..

DIRECTORYPklornlM Moved by Mr. Paulk and "As I have frequently
seconded Mr.
by Posey that
I Mr. Ceilings be granted as pointed out, agriculture is thenation's

requested. basic industry and THURS FRi Ii SATTHUDS. FRI Ii SAT"
Then* A4v rtlncra Voting for the motion Mr. the failure of assorted econo

Strickland, Mr. Paulk, Mr. mists and politicians to recog NUTS IN SEARCH

Posey, Mr. Crum and Mr. nize and eliminate the in- OF A BOLT WONDERFUL WORLD OF

Roddenberry.Moved equity and injustice that is THE BROTHERS GRIMM

F R MFEEDS Little Folks Store, O. I. GRAMLING by Mr. Stricklandand being perpetrated on the Industry also also

D MM lac. seconded by Mr. Paulk is of the Vince EdwardsMcHA1E'S NAVY Color
one tragediesof
I "The Capital'sMajor that schools be dismissed at Melissa Mercouri
) & CO.
B S for Minors"Cktldrmt ItOO P.M. in order that our time alsoFLAMING
THE VICTORS
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Fttmturt Toy
Garnet Vobbut One-Stop Service for school children may attend -- STAR Color
the Inaugural Parade.
,Aeettiont
fishy
Flint River Mills 133 N. Monroe St Ph 222-1146> FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry Voting for the motion Mr. l. ...oIIII

XOJS S. lion roe .Pa, 123.0274Ltgkt ---- -._-- -_-- --- Supplies Strickland, Mr. Paulk, Mr. --
Posey, Mr. Crum, and Mr.
Garden Tools Roddenberry.Moved .

... 'So. Adam at S.A.1"R.R. by Mr. Posey. seconded -

-- -- SUBER Crowing by Mr. Strlcfdand, F-R-M
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| & JOHNSON. thatthe County Athletic Departments SHO-BLOOM
Phone 2230173Capital
be granted the use 11
Seed.-Futljaer..Bab7
Chicks of a school bus to attend the PROTEINS VITAMINS MINERALS

Weight sans Regular Farm Supplies Senior Bowl Football Came '

Contrite 8aka. j Cor Cafne* and Woodward St*. on January 9th, 1965.
Voting for the motion Mr.
Hanson Wood and Tel 2225960Yeajter SHO-BLOOM Is A
r' r Strickland Mr. Paulk, Mr. Superior
.. Hoel Ind.. Inc. Posey. Mr. Crum and Mr. "

'.' S. Adams St. at 4.Polnta.! I Stone Co. Roddenberry.Moved Supplement For .

'"u T.l. 222-5840 P. 0. Box REt by Mr. Posey, seconded -
Sine 1908
4 by Mr. Crum, that the BEEF CATTLE &
CALVES
se MARBLE .- GRANITE meeting adjourn.
BRONZE Voting for the motion Mr. HORSES &
b Posey, Mr. Crum, Mr. Paulk, FOALS

'.. Baker-Alford Co.MEMORIALS. Mr. Strickland and Mr. Rod o DAIRY CALVES

/. Cemetery Workjf AU Typtt denberry.S. .
fOrM Part H UJ.
508 W. GfUnM St T.L 223-0719 E. Roddenberry, She-Iloent DOM
f' Joe Anything for your auto truck Chairman What The tiara. Implies" GlvM Tint

." or tractor. Alao for your power Walter r. Buchan. Mgr. Itl William E. WhalevSuperintendent Extra Itoom. T. Ctttk Th. JaW|.'. Eyt!

,. Uwnmowtr and much for your
'/MtffWMM said Bondt twat NOW AVAIUIU AT

214 8., Adam St._T.l. 222-4680 208 N. Adams St. Ph. 222.3380'

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THURSDAY_ JANUARY 14 1, _1965 I in Washington and Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Othan Porter Mr and Mrs. Nolan Posey
CRAWFORDVIllE into into their new
moving moving
Counties in the Third Dis- and children are are
PERSONALS beautiful new home on brick home on the Crawford-
r-- their
I RED lETTER YEAR trict.The turkey hunting season Mrs. Nelse Revell is a patient .. the Shadevllle Highway this vllle Highway. it iI I i
AT FLORIDA STATE biology, and the other a Col- INFORMATION ON in the Fourth District will in the Tallahassee HospitaL weekend. t
loquium
on Experimental HUNTING SEASON remain open until one-half -
Tallahassee, Dec. 28 The Collogeswith the Departmentof hour after lunset January 28. "
1964 down Higher Education as host. Tallahassee Hunting of The third and final phaseof Miss Pat Bailey has return- "What's All the fuss About?
may go as a
year Two two
after
home spending
Florida State ed
profes- will
and bear
red letter one In gradual deer, turkey dove hunting closes at .
In Alabama.
education at Florida State sonree.lved their national awardsin close in most sections of Florida sunset Monda/, January 4. weeks visiting
fields
Dr.
Kellogg one-half hour after sunset The turkey cobbler hunting
University, which enrolled :lunt Wha-
in English and Dr. Bet- Little MlseAnnaLyan
3. Ducks, coot south of
2,008 graduate students and January season will open daughter of Mr. and
Watts ,
ty Food ley
in
Technology. will close and
and 13
goose hunting State Poad 50 March
graduated more than 119 The FSU Student Circus Mrs. Carlton Whaley, cele-
performed statewide at sunset January 28. The
close March season
doctors. for the first time before 3. Hunting of woodcock and Road S!) will brated her 7th birthday witha
north of State
The was notable for at her home Tuesday,
year foreign audiences in party
a snipe will close statewide at March 27 and clone; A- ;
the University for several I month-long tour of Spain, sunset January 2. Hunting of open pril\ 11. Hunting will be allowed January 12th.
developments It lostas
other Dr. Cordon: W France Italy and Greece; quail, and squirrel will con- from one-half hour be- Mr. Wooten Smith and Mr. t
president and, in sports, FSU came tinue until one-half hour after fore sunrise until 12:00 noon Fred Keightley attended a
blackwell, who is returning through In colors in its
flying sunset Sunday, February each day.According. Conference in Lake-
become Layman
to
to Furman University best football performance to
28. to A. D. Ald- land Saturday, January 9th.
of his alma
president date, with 8-1-1
an season The season hunting deer, rich, Director, Came and They represented the Craw-
mater. that included a victory over bear and turkey will remain Fresh Water Fish Commission, fordvllle Methodist Church.Mr. .
Two conferences attracting its neighbor to the south, open in the Third District Florida hunters have had a
widespread Interest were heldon florida; a place In the Cater until January 17 except in good harvest. Aldrich urges Eaa: Forrest of Palat-
campus: one, with the Bowl; and an AllAmerican Okaloosa, Walton, Escam- hunters to practice courtesy, ka was in Crawfordvillc last +I
I Institute of Molecular Cio- pass-receiver, Fred Cil- bia and Santa Fosa Counties safety and good sportsmanship weekto attend the funeral of t t
host Interna-
,
physics as an etnikoff. where the deer and bear during the final days of his father, the Rev. John W.
Mole-
tional conference on
i
hunting season closes January this 1964-65 hunting season. Forrest.
cular ,Mechanisms In Photo- 3. No open season on deer ..

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AT SIX MONTHS, Donna Lee WilUrton, Enl Point, Go. Is too youngto called
understand that the Cutting It about a severe birth defect
the brain, with which the It afflictod
hydroctphalui, or water on
mental retardation, blindnttt or death. 0,. James
This can lead to
above), medical director of the March of Dimes Birth
Schwartz (
P. University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Ga.,
Defect Center, Emory
like to arrive It checking Donna Lee to dttornln how soon she will be ready
for the surgical Insertion of a 'thunl" tube In her head which mother will,
for the surplus fluid to drain away harmUttly Boby't
Lucille Willenon, steadies the Infant In this country every year,
230,000 Infants are born with serious birth defeds. Help thtm.

Join the March of Dimes I

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