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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (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 'NUMBER 40 FLORIDA 32327 I _Thursday.. June1"' 1985 PRICE 10 CENTS PER COPY .; ,
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FUN TIME RESULTS SUMMER SESSION AT SCHLITZ FISHING/ DERBY SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLEFOR

SHOW GOOD RETURNS LIVELY TECHNICAL/ OPENS IN NORTH FLORIDA AREA STUDENTS

SCHOOL Increased cash awards in sub-
Reports coming in from the stantial amounts will be postedfor Atlanta, Ga. Dr. Edward
Wakulla County Chamber of I i Summer classes begin June 21 three months across Northflorida's Porter, President Massey Jun- "
at Lively Technical School in In ior College in Atlanta, announced T.
Commerce, Sun and Fun Time, Summer resort area
held last Saturday and Sunday Tallahassee and run for eight the fifth annual 1965 Schlitz today that Its Division, the '
weeks. The curriculum includes \f'
show that there was an increaseof Florida $500,000 Fishing Derby, Fashion Institute of America, '
business courses, aca- hasavailablc four partial schol- ..n-
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June I
people in the county over beginning Tuesday,
demic subjects, industrial and arships for the class beginning -
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the weekend. Fishermen in 34 comities fromSt. : tJ

Chamber president Fred technical education. Augustine and Jacksonville September 27, 1965. ....- ..... ,' ;:; ... 1l
Height ley and Fun Time Chair- Special summer courses for to Panama City and Pensacola Available to high school gra- 4r_ _' ".. ,
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man Bernard Wilson said that college-bound students include will be eligible for bounties of duatesand college students, the .- ..... ""
typewriting and rapid reading. offered the scholarships will be awarded :-- ..3tt. .: .. ... .. .
reports from the eating establishments $25 to $10,000, by .... '.... Ww,71a. ..
in the area stated Regularly scheduled classes Jos. Schlitz Brewing Company. based on need, future promise, .. .' ". "
include and fashion ,. ... -
English and interest in -
history, a careerto -
that they enjoyed good businesson Conducted by the Florida .. ... .
Saturday night and Sunday. mathematics; in Business Education Board of Conservation, dealing students not previously accepted ..Nu '
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The boat races held Sunday typewriting, book- with salt water fisheries, and by the Institute. ;. .. .., ,:, .
and accounting Gregg the awards Dr. .. .. .
afternoon on the Ochlocknee keeping the Florida Game and Fresh In providing 1oIIw' s' '. ;
shorthand (both beginning and Porter said It is the intention of .
River brought out a crowd es- Water Fish Commission, the .. -' :J .
advnnccd). business English the Fashion Institute of America "- -'. """' .
timated around 1200 people. most extensive fish tagging program ... All .. ..-- -_<: .. -. ;-
filing, and office practice are I to encourage fashion careersin ., ,: ,
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Bill Bellflower of the Tallahassee in history is designed to -- :
offered. [In the field of Industrial other than ..
Club metropolitan areas. '
Motor Boat
reported provide research in conserva- I -
Education arc auto mechanics These scholarships will be a- :,. -
the races as successful and tion and Improvement of Florida '." ,: "ii
aviation mechanics I warded to girls from Florida :
all participants anxious to take 's vast fishing opportuni '
part in next event. gasoline i engine mechanics, towns and cities with less than .. r1.0 ',' .. ".
years -
Information from various electricity and, electronics, carpentry ties.North Florida is in Zone 4.It twenty-five. thousand popution. ]..- .;:; ." .... .. .-. .. .

coastal fishing camps reportedthe cabinetmaking. includes the counties of Ala-
Key punch and data The Fashion Institute of A mer-
fishing as good. process- chua, Baker Bay, Bradford,
ing, cosmetology (beauty culture ] ica offers a two course resulting -
year
Continued efforts will be madeto \ Calhoun, Clay, Columbia] I ,
determine the results of the ) and practical nursing arc Dixie Duval Escambia, Franklin in an Associate in Fine NEW
also scheduled. Arts Degree conferred by Mas- AIRSTRIP Work on the new airport, being constructed by
overall picture Insofar as the Gadsdcn, Gilchrist, Cull,
2,750-foot runway airstrip is the Wakulla County Commission
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These classes are available sey Junior College. Massey
county economy was effected.An Hamilton, Holmes, Jackson,
institution authorizedby shown well underway for a light will be used for aerial fishermen
forlndivldualsnho wish to i i.I- a private ,
auto license check made Leon Levy
Jefferson Lafayette -
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the State of plane landing field two miles west and tourists.of .
themselves iii their Georgia to con-
both prove pre-
on Saturday afternoon and Liberty, Madison, Nassau,
Sunday showed a large numberof sent job, or develop additional Okaloosa, Putnam, St. John's, fer associate degrees upon successful Panacea on Highway 98. The

cars with Georgia tags in the skills so they may become Santa Rosa, Suv\.miice, Taylor, completion at the Junior

county. Also, it was noted that employable, or to complete Union, Wakulla, Walton and) college level
work fora high school diploma. The fashion course includes
.a greater number of out of Washington.Zone .
Individualized instruction and such subjects as retailing advertising 11 11"I
county Florida tags were seen. 4 Derby dates arc June 1
A final recap of the event small classes provide a favor- through August 31. During this design, and interior
\\illbemade at the June meet- able background for learning. period, the mini muni award for decorating. Business subjects In
ing of the Chamber of Com- As Lively Technical Schoolis Schlitz fish is S25, offered for addition to junior college level
of the Leon academic subjects included. .j
merce. a part County specimens tagged ith that
Remarks were heard from Public Schools, no tuition is value] tins year, and for any Recently a group of students ,
Florida residents. The from the Fashion Institute completed -
charged
many throughout the weekend tagged fish released in previous e
that they hoped that the annual registration and supply] fee for years. Other 1964 tags carry l a fashion study tour of *. ..Wa a1 .#a.b4. ,

affair would be continued. thccight-\\cck summer sessionIs values of $50, $100, $1,000, Europe, offered as an optionalpart -.
Some committee members in $13.50 plus books. Day' and 510, 000. There is one of their two year program. y ,u .

informal discussion noted areas classes meet Monday through $10,000 fish in the /one. The Massey Junior College and the
Friday. classes meeton Fashion Institute of Americaare T
where improvements can be Evening values arc determined by an
made and also recommendations two nights a week, either impartial drawing of duplicate located at 181 Peachtree

will be made for futureuse. Monday and Wednesday or tag numbers, entirely separate Street, in the heart of Atlanta 1 11

Tuesday and Thursday, from 7 from and unrelated' to the tag- downtown retail area.
Keightley said, "1 feel thatas to 10 P.M.Additional. gin; process. Pornntory facllt'*... fur girls :

a first effort promotion the htformation may Claimants awards need only in the fashion program are ":"<'
results will show that not only be obtained from the registrar, to take their tagged fish to maintained in a 24-story skyscraper .. ..

was there an economic impactbut Lively Technical School, Tallahassee the nearest Schlitz wholesaler only three blocks from .. ..... ..::.

people who attend in gen- telephone 222-8266. who can be identified by any' the College.In .. ....,. ., ..

eral enjoyed themselves. To beer dealer, tackle shop, fishIng applying for the scholar- .J.J.., .. '.. .
me, all that is needed is more camp or boat operator. The ships, interested applicantsshould .. .-' ..... I
active participation by those SOPCHOPPY NEWS specimens must be delivered request a Scholarship Application .., ,,,> ,.. ;.: : v .! : t/o'r ." '
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who reap the biggest rewards with the tags intact. They are by writing the Direc- "? ,' ... .... ..... ..,A.'jjI"-" "' ". ,. ......... ... ...- .. .
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Louise C. Sapp of Admissions Fashion Institute -.. v. .. --
from the efforts of all of the By forwarded by the wholesaler to tor ... .r ",, 't"
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of America 181 Peach- ...... .- .
organizations that worked together Installation of officers for the state agency interested. '; ; ';;'.. '.;, .. .' -- ". ., ,
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to help make the eventa 1965 uas completed Monday Schlitz wholesalers in Zone 4 tree Street, Atlanta. .. '" 4..1...... ..... I 'IIj''f\j/\' .. (.,...,.t.. r ..

success. night at the Wa k ul la County arc St. Johns Beverage Company The 27 next 1965 class and begins will September be -- 10 \......,. ....... '..:._ ..,j "' .. ,-, t' .V""' I'" '
Gainesville Neal graduated
VFW Memorial Post 4533 in ; Tyler
under the directionof C Sons, West Jacksonville; Bay in June, 1967.
Sopchoppy i,
CRAWFORDVILLE PERSONALSSheriff Herman Head, Second Dis- Distributing Company, Panama GIFTS AND SNACK BARNearB.. Waller of) Albany, Ga. The establishment

trict Commander of Tallahassee. City; St. Johns Beverage Com- ing completion in the Panacea is located at the west
and Mrs. Wade Cobbof Ken officers are James pany, St. Augustine; Ryals E. community is this new Gift and end of Panacea on Highway 98.
Milton, Fla. were Monday Taylor Commander; Forest Lee Sales Company, Tallahassee VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL snack Bar Lounge, owned by M -

night guests of Sheriff and Mrs. Coxen, Quartermaster; Hardy ; and N. Goldring Corporation. SET FOR JUNE 7-18 I
\V. R. Taff. Revell. Adjutant;; John Pieott.. Pensacola.
Service Officer; 'and George Types of fresh water fish tag- Vacation Bible School will beheld STONE CRAB SEASON FUNDS APPROVED FOR
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Barrow, Crum, Trustee. ged for the 1964 Derby include at the First Baptist Church, FHP Called To HISTORIC MEMORIAL

Mi. and Mrs. Gattis Barrow and black bass, catfish, crappie Crawfordville, on June 7-18. EXTENDED THROUGH.JUNE

children, spent Sunday in Panama Biology students of Sopchoppy bream, blucgills, shellcrackers Bible School I will begin at More Fatal Tallahassee The legal ica- Tallahassee, May 26 Con-
City visiting relatives.Mr. High School and Coast Guard and other pan fish. 8t30 A. M. and dismiss at 11)30) son for the taking of stone crabs struction funds totaling $35-
Auxllarymenof Panacea boarded Among tagged salt water fish A. hi. daily, Monday through Wrecks In 65 from Florida waters has been OOOforbuildmgsat the Fort San
E. G.Billie Hammick and the CGA Vessel Homosa fora are trout (speckled and silver), Friday. Classes will be provided extended through June 30, 1965, Marcos Historic Memorial were

daughter last weekend, In Helen, spent cruise in the Gulf, collecting mangrove snapper, sheepshead, ages 3 (by last of April) TALLAHASSEE The Florida by the Cabinet Board of Conser- included in the recently approved -
Jamestown marine life species. The trip drum, sea bass, redfish, red throughfor 16.Preparation. Highway Patrol investigated vation. Normally the season biennial budget of the flo-
Tenn. visiting relatives.The was the first of a series of snapper and grouper. Day, including 3.583 accidents outside of cor for taking stone crabs would rida Board of Parks, accordingto

Rev. S. A. Coxwell left cruises planned in conjunctionwith Robert M. Ingle, Director of parade, will be on Saturday, porate cities during March In have closed June 1. Director Bill Miller.

Tuesday morning for Dallas, the Coast Guard. High research the Florida Board of June 5. which 76. persons lost their The Board acted upon the recommendation This allotment was part of the
Texas, to attend the Southern School students vterei Gerald Conservation Division of SaltWater Commencement exercises will lives The total dead increasedto of Conservation overall $1,650,000 budget
Baptist Convention. Hardin, Danny Robinson, Morris Fisheries, said the cash be Friday, June 18, at 8:00 36 persons over the same Director Randolpl lodges following granted to the Park Board for the
Brown, Damon Scott, Don- awards offered by Schlitz had P.M. time a year earlier. I request from State Representative next two years by the Legislature. -
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Town- nie Gum, Frank Jones, Rowland made possible a fish tagging Bible study, character stories, Injuries rose to 2.347 during Allison R. Strick- Governor Haydon Bums

send, Sr., and son, Jack, spent Brown, Gary Avila, Bob Crowson program that otherwise wouldbe memory work, music, hand- March a large Increase over the land of Citrus County. signed the Appropriations Act
lastweekend In Gainesville visiting Jerry Sanders, James Crum, outside the scope of a state work, refreshments, and wor- number hurt by automobiles in Representative Strickland told last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cecil Robinson, Gary Stephens? agency. ship experiences will be provided. the third month of last year the Board that the extension was Miller said much of the credit -
Townsend, Jr. Eugene Funderburk, Tim Cray, John W. (Bill) Woods, Fisheries Inasmuch as Bible School the Patrol said So far this year vital to the economy of fisher- for obtaining the building
Ronnie Thompson and Kenneth Division chief of the Came is for religious training, we ask during the first three months men who earn their livelihoodby funds for this area was due to
Mrs. Mable Pearce has return- Strickland. Walter H. Scottof and Fresh Water Fish Commis- that those attending wear regu- the Patrol has investigated taking stone crabs. He said the efforts of RepresentativeErnest

ed to her home after spendingsome the Biology Department sion, called the program "uni larclothing- shorts, please.All claimed 10,635 the accidents.lives of that 228 per'had that catches had been poor dur- Roddenberry and Senator
time visiting her son and Mate Jerre] Me tea If and Captain que". He added that it had enabled children meeting the age sons an Increase of nine over ing the current season because George Tapper. "Both of these

her sister in Tallahassee.The Preston Robertson, USCCA. his staff to sample fish requirement listed above are the filllre.for the same time of attacks on the succulent shell gentlemen, said "seemed

populations, measure fishing i urged to attend. last fish by unprecedented numbersof determined that this memorial
Rev. and Mrs. Luther Robert ] of the U. S. year.
Beasley
pressure, map migratory habits, In other activities, the Patrol: octopuses that moved into should receive the recognitionand
Stokes and children were dinner Navy is visiting his parents, and evaluate fisheries in both Arrested 50818 In the first the crabbing grounds destroyingthe financial support it de-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Beasley. fished loca serves.It
light and heavily quarter of 65 and gave out traps and devouring the
Ferrell last Saturday. Robert is stationed at Brunswick, tions. Fish management pro- NOTICEAll 76.328 faulty equipment notices. stone crabs. He pointed out that membersof

Heart patient Rita Gail She- Georgia. grams are now being based on Safety education men made 907 He said adverse weather conditions the advisory council for this
pherd, daughter of Mr. and results of these scientific stud pupils who will be six ((6)) talks showed safety films to and outbreaks of Red area also worked with the Park
Mrs. W. C. Shepherd, St. Sorry to learn Mr. Fenton ies. years of age on or before Jan- 46,005 and appeared on radio Tide: had also interferred seriously Board in securing legislative

Marks, will return to University Jones is a patient Tallahassee Robert A. Uihleln, President uary 1, 1966, and who Intendto and TV 816 times. with stone crabu ing oper- support for its development program -
Gainesville Hospital the 7th of Memorial Hospital. Mr. of the Jo. Schlitz Brewing start to school In Wakulla State troopers worked 409.373 ations. .
June for continued treatment.She Irving Harris and Macon Rudd Company, said "We feel the County for 1965-66 school hours and traveled 423,726 Mr. Hodges agreed that the Members of the Fort San Mar-

is expected to come back also remain in the Tallahassee annual Florida Fishing Derby year, are urged to register at miles The driver's licensing stone crabbers would suffer economic cos Historic Memorial
home the 12th. Memorial. continues achieve its goal of the school they wish to attend division of the Department of hardships unless the sea Council Include Mayor James

supporting fishing i recreationand from June 1, 1965, through June Public Safety had 198.001 son was extended. Ward, St. Marks; Ivey Adams,
Doc Simmons ii on the very research in the state. We 15, 1965. The principals of applications for examinations Underthe action taken by the St. Marks; Judge A. L. Porter,
critical list at the Veterans look forward with pleasure to the various schools prefer that and the weights division weigh Cabinet, it will be legalto CrawfordvlUej Mrs. La uric i e

YOUTH FELLOWSHIP SUPPERAT Hospital, Lake City. the 1965 Derby being entirely registration be completed on ed 198,815 trucks found 2.801 take stone crabs through June 30 ... Roberts, Sopchoppy; and
their
as successful as it has been in June 9, 1965, inasmuch at spe- overweight and owners but unlawful to trap the crabs Captain W. S. Schley, Pana-
CRAWFORDVILLE Mrs. Helen Beasley and Mrs. the first four earn. cialarrangements are made for were assessed $190.587 during the period from July 1 cea.New

A Lydia Evans attended church this date. However, if this Is to October: 15. facilities to be constructed -
chickensupperwill be serv- services with all day singingand Jobs A Decade Ahead not convenient registration may with the funds at this area
ed Saturday June 5th 1965
dinner on the ground at are expected to be announcedin
the be
from 5:30 to 7(30 P.Me at the The following table lives completed on any weekday .
Cody Holiness Church near Wa- change in the number of civilian 1 15
Crawfordville from June through June Most of us like a little age June.
Methodist Church cissa, Sunday. Mrs. Evans also workers (in million) by broad 1965. SPEARS TO CELEBRATE
by members of the Crawford- visited relatives there. occupational groups between 1960 on our bourbon, hams and
ville Methodist Youth Fellow- and 1D04 with projection for 197: furniture but prefer a little WEDDING ANNIVERSARY

ship. Mrs. Louise Sapp and Mrs. Occupation 1M 1M4 111Sp freshness in horses girls NOTICED
All .tmplort .1.' It.4 M. our ,
The prices of the meal are Delma Roberts visited Mr. and Whit collar 211 :111 ..1..ro'.lo. and woods groceries.-RUM Mr. and Mrs. Namon Spears
Adults $1.00 and children 50*. Mrs. Terry Land and family on .Managers..... T'..1* M 14 n.*.4 Metz, The News Outlook, will celebrate their 60th wed- II d 11 DI for News Copy 1s
Tickets can be secured from Saturday evening.The Clerical II 11.7 14 1lal SUBSCRIBE ding anniversary at their homeon 9:30 A. M. on Tuesdays. Due
Owingriville Ky.
.. 44 '.S S* to production costs it has become -
any member of the MYF, or at Route 6 Sunday, June 6th. ,
Blie collar 24 1 ZS MlCrafUm Nature does make
some
the church the night of the sup- .. I. .* 114Ocwratlvti TOTHE Open house will be held from necessary to enforce news
U I 12' IS 1Laboi mistakes Sometimes the puts two til five. All friends and copy deadline.

per.The proceeds of the supper 34730 population in 1830. 187.748 of Florida in I860.was .nrlce (1 US.'.,1 111 1* THEN WS all the bones in the head and relatives are Invited to help Please help us to give you s

will go toward the summer 752.619 'in 1910 and 897.414 In farm 5.. ... S.' none in the back.: -Elizabeth them celebrate this special. occasion better paper.
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WAXULLA COUNTY NEWS road
said
concluded
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ThurMitiit'. June 3, 1965 IIi,i NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFUR MINUTES OF TilE BOARD OF should County be completed at the Panfilo de Narvaz is the first R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME

TAX +EFD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS' earliest possible date; therefore recorded visit of white man; to
Sec 194 16, F. S. OF WAKtLU COUNTY nail Into Tampa Bay which was Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director

NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN, May 17, 1965 BE IT RESOLVED, that the In 1528. Phone 697-3366
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Commissioners
that A. L. PORTER, tile holder Board of County
WAKULLA of the following certificateshas The Board of County Commis- of Wakulla County, requestthe -0-
sioners of Wakulla to CARRABELLE, FLA.
County met' State Road Department
filed said certificates for a
COUNTY NEWS this date In their office in amend Wakulla Coimty'i Secondary "21 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"
tax deed to be issued thereon.
statewide. public re-
Crawfordville with the follow- Road List and place The first
The certificate numbers and
In the
Ttlrphnn W Alnul ing presents George Young, said Harvey Mill Road at the lations organization
3301
years of issuance, the description United States Is the Florida SERVING WAKUllA COUNTY
Vice Chairman Strick-
of the property, and the ; Ralph top of said list, and Public Relations Association,
land, William D. Walker JohnL. IURTHER RESOLVED,
BE IT
II names in which It was assessed to:'ndcd In 1933
follows Davis Commissioners; that copy of this resolution be
arc as
Certificate No. 1 Moody Pearce, Clerk; J. H. delivered to tile Honorable
Virginia Krlxhtlejr Editor Hudson County Car- Chairman of 1
Bowen
Year of Issuance 1963 Attorney; Floyd B. ,
melPelt, Road Superintendent. the State Road Department, a
'rf',1| .hrhtl.y 'Publkher Description Property As per Commissioner Carter absent duo to the Honorable James
Deed Book 7, Page 74, in Sec. copy !
3 3S-1W. to sickness of wife. Lee, Member State Road Board,
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Entered at Crtwfordvlll. Florida The minutes of the last meet- Crestview, Florida; Emmett L.
Name which assessed: Effic
it second class matter SuWrip Sin tli.All ing Were read and approved. Owens, Secondary Road Engineer -
On the motion of Commissioner Tallahassee and George JO
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tion rate 3.00 of said property being in '
per
[ year
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Davis resolution ua
the -
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the Comity of Wai,ullj, Stateof following L. Dickenson, Division Engineer NO JOB roc
Florida. was adopted. Chipley, Florida. .
Unless I such certificate or RESOLUTION Mr. George Cibbs Wakulla
certificates shall be redeemed Whereas, the Board of County County U. S. Forest banger appeared t. LARGE ORTOO
ESTATE Commissioners are desirous of before the Board and
law the
REAL according to property a
described in such certificate or improving badly needed roadsof stated that the Bureau of Public
Homes Acreage certificates will be sold to the W a k u lla County, Florida, Roads had matching funds for SMAW
and paving of Arran to Smith Creek
bidder
loti highest at the court
Waterfront house door on the first Monday' Whereas, it was necessary or. Road and if the County was still

WILLIAMS In Month of July, 1965, which February 24, 1965, that sale interested in the road it couldbe
HENRY Board make up and send to the done with matching Govern
BROKERPhono is the 5lh day of July, 1965.
REALTY State Road Department a secondary Funds.A .
ment
Dated this 11th day of May, PROFESSIONAL
741 P. O. Box 275 1965. Road List forsald county motion i by Commissioner -

St. Marks, Florida and Walker allow as many insur-
Moody Pearce Whereas, it has come to the ance companies as so desiredto
I Clerk of Circuit Court of attention of said Board that Harvey insurance project for PRESSWORK .

VVakulla County, Florida Mill Road, a dirt road leaving the entire county, was carriedon

.--. - 4t-5/13.Z0.27.6/3. State Road No. 61 approx the motion of CommissionerDavis. PRACTICAL
inratcly8/10 of 1 mile south of .
If You Need. the Wakulla County CourtHouse Mr. Wilkcr moved that the

Is a school bus route and Board meet on the night of May 7
OfficeSuppliesItusiness should be listed on said second 24th at 8:00 o'clock P. M. for PRICES .
Machines HI1P WANIrD ary road list, and inform,1 d scission.Mr .
Office Furniture MALE OH FLMAtF? Whereas, it is the desire of Walker moved that the
SM Tall Man or woman wanted to supply from
or said Board that Harvey Mill Board request permission m
| Ra'ulelgh products to con- Road be added to the top of said' Mr Janus' Lee to borrow 1-1/2
RANEY WHALEYat sumers in Franklin County or secondary road list and be paved million dollars for construction

Taylor County. Good time to for one and four tenths miles of secondary roads in Wakulla Call Us For Fast I

start. No capital I required. See, and a new concrete bridge be County, the motion as seconded II
CAPITAL OFFICE D. C. Thrash, 1422 N. Blvd. constructed across Lost Creek b)' :Mr. Davis and carried.
EQUIPMENT CO. Tallahassee, or "rite Raw leigh overflow said paving to beginat Mr. Walker moved that Mr. I

JU South Adams St. FD 220815, Memphis, 1 enn. State Road No. 61 and go Young bi appointed as a com- Layouts and Estimates!
Corner E. Pen.aeol4TALLAHASSEE 6tr-4/8.22. 29. 3,6.20.27. West for one and four tenths mittee of one to contact Mr.

FLORIDA mile, andWhereas Gcor-i. Dickenson of Chi ploy

I the Board here by andgct\rmissionfor| county to
intends said secondary road list spend secondary road funds for

with the above road at the top grading County SecondaryRoads.
of saul list and wishes it to ben .
lEON I SEPTIC TANKSERVICE the next letting of bids for The Bo rd approved the vou- Offset and Letterpress

.l condary roads Wakulla chers before them and directed

Count andWhereas that warrants be issued in payment -
'. (le.in Out( the Board of County therefor. Copy and Design ExpertsWe

Repair Commissioners i ofWakulla There being no further busl

=New Installation ness coming to the attention of
that Board the adjourned
same
"" The Best For Less FOR SALE 1 stove, 1 year was
: 1 oldl' on the motion of Com
refrigerator, 2 years ;
missioner Strickland.
Telephone washing machine, 3 years old. pride ourselves in turning .
$100 ach. call Sopchopiiy, Approved: Willard Carter,
Tallahassee 877-177: WO 2-2102. Chairman out quality work and in meetingall __i yt

after fi :00( p.m. Attest Moody Pearce, Clerk
deadlines See us for your

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ME GIVE SiH GREEN STOII'S

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CLABE'SSHOP OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE HWY. ""\ You say it couldn't happen to yours.


c THURS FRI SAT THURS FRI SAT The other guy says it couldn't happen to his.



CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN DAVE CLARK FIVE Whose is it happening to ?

IHI.UIEIUC'S: and andKISSIN'
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Phone 385-1222 DEMENTIA 13
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MFEEDS I S Itt! makes you feel better keep on thinking your

F R Little Folks Store, O. I I. GRAMLING child couldn be; mentally retarded. Ignore the
Ins whole tnmc-until it happens to you.
IE The Capital Hut we'd rather you helped us fight Fight for
," & CO. the al'
Majors for Minor mllholl mentally retarded people in the
Chddrtnt Funnturt, United
Toy States.At!least s;3<
VofthemcouldhelPsup-
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Service for
Garnet. Hobbttt On Stop

Flint River Mills '33 N. Monroe Baby Aeeeiionei St. Ph 2221146. Feed' Seed Fertilizer ,. port Fight thernselven fur!ll1me with 126.000 proper children training.who will become

XOU S. M..n.... Ph. 223.0274 I Poultry SuppliesGarden d mentally retarded t1li,yearunl s we dQlUmething.!
That s the real waste Hecause with what we
Tools know,
mental 1 retardation
could be cut in half.
So. Adam at S.A.L-R.R. In half mind you.

Baker-Alford Co. Crowing << \ p. the So other think! al1l.'lt ii. With!same help from you and
Phone 223-0173 guy maybe
tome day you'll be right.
"r,.. Par" Hou'" Maybe couldn't't happen to joun

Anything for your auto truck Or even the other!Uy's.
or tractor. Also for
Light Weight and Ktgular your power lIere
are nix
I lawnmower, and much for things' you do
Cunenti Btotki ,. boat. four vent ment.il can now to help pre-
retlrd-10"
and bring new hope
Hanson, Wood and 208 N. Adam St. Ph 222- 380 t Ito those whose minds are retarded:

:: Hoel Ind.; Inc. I Capital Stone Co. noapua II you' upec a haby stay under a doctor' or a
I .e'm
Urge
r S. Adams St. at 4.Point! all expectant mother to do 10
2. Visit
Sine 1908 local'
school
'.T.l, 222-6840 P. O. Box art t teacher and and urge them to provide special
r GRANITE A tally ypecd clasnev tu lustily and help men
retarded
MARBLE I children I"
early In their bye.
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\ community tows up workshops to train
MEMORIALS retardates
7 is ho are ,
', it capable 01 employment.
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Work AU -r 1 Select jobs In
CoiMto-y ff TvfHt : your
company r that the menially re-
Yea g-e r, 508 W C in., St-T.l. 223-0719 "7 r "r 5.larded can Ill.and,hire them

f Il>k. asf Walter F Buehtn, Mgr.b .it! ,a' '. Give Acc.Ptlh.m.nta11 them a chance y rltarcled a.Amencan CI" Ien.I.
I I" Inc useful. dignified lives in
yourcommunity,
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DETERMINED ACTION AGAINST
AGGRESSION NEEDED--Swift, ( action on the part of the United .

from-becoming another States prevented the Dominican Republic I ,
nation embark Cub a. The fast moving events f recent months have seen this
halt Communist on a determined course in South Viet Nam and the Dominican Republic tO I,1
aggression.
What purportedly began in the Dominican :r J _
Republic as a revolt to Install Democratic ,. c
government called for'if was swiftly taken over by Communist conspirators and drastic action washemisphere. \
we were not to have MAKE
another Castro Communist government In this
j
Each beachhead
the
seek to infiltrate Communists establish merely reinforces their drive, as they
and overthrow all of South and Central America It must be the
course of this YOUR
nation to prevent such drastic consequences.
The situation in Viet Nam continues to be serious. The aggression In South rw-dw
I, Viet Nam has been proven time and again to be directed from North Viet Nam with the
aid of Red China, and Should South Viet Nam fall, the Communists would merely redouble

, rule.their efforts in another area, until -11 Southeast Asia Is under their dictatorial HOME BIGGER, BETTER! .


In every Instance we have made every effort for a peaceful settlement. We seek

peace for all the world. No other nation has expended so much of Its nationalresources The time is now, before summer, to make your home an even better
to raise the standard of living of other nations. In the aftermath of

World Wars I and II, this nation proved beyond question It was not Interested In place to live..With a little aid from us in the form of a loon, you'll be
colonial empires. Instead, our course has been to put other nations on their feet,
to determine their own course of government. I think Japan would be one of the best surprised how handsome your home can be made.
examples this world has ever seen. p

I am not unmindful of the lives that have been lost by American families. I am
not unmindful of the dangers which our present course of action presents. But It
Is my considered judgment that no other course Is open to us. We must meet naked
aggression with armed force. I do not believe that we should ask our young men to We suggest you take the following steps if you wish to improve -
give their lives In South Viet Nam, while allowing supply lines and depots to remain
Invulnerable above the border. The Communists seem to understand only force. your home. First check your home for all repairs or

I have supported the President's forceful action In the Dominican crisis and In
South Viet Nam alterations that you wish to make. Second, compile a com
as we continue to bomb and destroy Communist military targets In
the latter. While It Is a dangerous course that we follow In these troubled times,
plete estimate including material and labor costs. And last,
the American people must be united In this struggle. Our own freedom Is at stake,

for appeasement of aggression, only encourages further aggression. come to the bank with your information and apply for your

PROJECTS FOR DISTRICT--Recently we have been able to secure a number of projects home improvement loan. Our loan costs are reasonable.And .
which will benefit our district. I have been pleased that
we have been able to retain the research program on Shade Tobacco at the North you can repay monthly from income and take as long as
Florida Experiment Station, which Is so vital to that Industry. I was also pleased
that we were able to secure the continuance of the research program by the USDA on 36 months to pay. Start improving your home today.

tung trees at Monticello. This station had been scheduled to be moved to Monticello
at the first of the year, but was almost cancelled by the USDA. We were pleased
that our efforts In this regard proved successful.
.
I am also pleased to report that the Post Office Department has rescinded Its
action to close the office at Gretna In Cads'den County. I asked that this action LEWIS STATE BANK
not be taken as this service was most needed by the people of that section. I have
also asked that new quarters be provided for Bristol and bids have been asked for by

the Department.The .
quarters of the Wellborn Post Office are also most Inadequate, and I have Florida's Oldest
asked that postal officials take action to provide the people of this communitywith
better facilities. They are currently surveying the present quarters and the Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

need for new facilities so that action might be taken.
I am also pleased that: we have been able to secure approval of a pilot programfor
crop Insurance on tung trees which should be of great benefit to this Industry. t oeIJ \

CARRABELLE HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS--We were pleased to announce that the U. S. Corps of 9 \
Engineers has formally approved a project for the
Improvement of the harbor at Carrabelle. The project will provide channel Improvementsfor
the accommodation of small commercial fishing craft In Carrabelle Harbor and fora
harbor of refuge for vessels In the time of storm. The present channel will be
,
widened and deepened to provide a suitable route for commercial vessels to and from t 4

seafood processing houses, as well as providing access to protected anchorage areas J
for use as harbors and refuge. ;: .t rt
I have been working to secure this project since coming to Congress and I feel I 4 1
that Its completion will mean a tremendous boost to this area of our district. The S. M.,W.W.happy

Corps of Engineers has said that construction Is expected to begin In the near future. I
d ) I

PROPOSE NEW_INTERSTATE ROUTE--I .have Introduced a measure calling for the constructionof 'SNOW I
an Interstate highway from Montgomery, Alabama, to REDUCES
Panama City, Florida, along the general route now followed by U.S. 231. No provisionhas VERY CAR '1
been made for a north-south Interstate from the fast growing northwest section of 1 1
Florida and this segment of road would fill In a missing link In our Interstate system. I
Interstates 65 and 85 converge at Montgomery from the north, but there Is no WE MUST MAKE ROOM
southerly route to Interstate 10 which traverses West Florida east and west. I I
pointed out that the only north-south outlets from Florida on the Interstate systemare FOR OUR 1965 TRADES a I

In the vicinity of Jasper on Interstate 75 and Interstate 95 at Jacksonville.This .
leaves the West Florida area without a north-south route on this huge road

complex, and I believe that such a road Is needed to serve our people, particularlyso
that tourists will have an easily accessible route Into this area of our state.


ASK RIVERS & HARBORS FUNDS--I recently appeared before the Appropriations Committee
of the House of Representatives to urge favorable arndl9
consideration for the requests of Florida for the Initiation and completion of rivers 0 0O I
and harbors projects In our state. I spoke primarily that study funds be Included to
LOT NO. 1 LOT NO. 2 I
begin a surveyfor the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway from Carrabelle to St. Marks. O
This gr-at system has been constructed from Brownsville, Texas to Apalachee Bay 121 N.ADAMS 1414 S. MONROR ST,

near St. Marks, Florida, a distance of over 1100 miles. Funds have been requestedand K '60 enlarirLaonomy $395 'S1; ;" t h.N: I
N Ln;,; ;
Included In the budget for study of this waterway from St. Marks River to "' .U'ua N p 1.r ..b $395CO
Tampa Bay, but ,tHis leaves out the relatively short strip to which I refer. I am YAII M.aL.e'nllY r.dle I
hopeful that these funds will be granted. 64 M.Nr.:"t:..la..In An.1 $1 695 ail CONDRIONED,
.Nar ,.... 63.0.. ..Nr. M. ee... naM.I.
I strongly urged that funds needed for the construction of the Cross Florida .. w..a r.1..1 ..d
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Barge Canal be I,. s1295
granted. I.N. It w.1 '
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Another project In which I am especially Interested Is an appropriation to *ftX* 4'.M....r.VI..*.r W'heMry'AIf. :=;:ON.: R{
continue channel lmprovem ept work In the Apalachicola River, as well as study funds .w1 Dm::r-:'.. r $J 895 '60 MANN--wr-rsr.OHIA eprlWr.Wf 895 I
for the full development''of this waterway system. Out of this study, we hope that VIII VkMI. N FW .

plans will come which will control flooding south of the Jim Woodruff Dam. I CIEVVOLET 'fILCLIi ..., Mrk, /x CHCTmOlrT t MMMMT OTifM.
Other projects In our district'are under consideration by the Corps of Engineers, 61 M, riMtol I. I ftlll11** W ttteg tor UM L.,. lw.ily.
'TV.
.rr.Nr n tf to rE rrtto- h..Nv..a. .IN MrWI.
such as the Two Mile Channel at Apalachicola and Spring Creek In Wakulla County, but >M .'. N..Ns.1. NY..N. n. M T $995I"
these do not require specific legislation. :: I
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VISITORS TO OUR OFFICE--We have been pleased to greet on their recent visits to ...tI. WI 4.rNM.IN.1 ......... 61 w.n.W. M M tI1.1 .M.4. M N 1195/./ I.
In N
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Washington: Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.
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James John Frank Deller, William L. Moor, Ernest Mitts, '64 CMEPIOLET. .:;..::- .=': / _
Hadaway, L. Boyles, 1M ... ..u ..., Yq 62.ro.LeDi.1 InrYis. wNs1995
Ed Northcutt, John'Koele'mlj, Fred Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carrin, and Lee J. Clowers, =. .=., s.'IIs =895
Tallahassee; Judge Foye W. O'Steen, Mayo; Dave Finley, Blountstown; J. R. Kirkland, i

Marianna; M. D. Walker, Quincy; and Robert Pender, Greenwood.We ANr..e.e.w/ YJ' T 'Y6.erwMWMM.
LtEYROLI'r ...
were also honored to greet Governor Haydon Burns, Secretary of State Tom Adams, / '61 ... NS.IM. tr..mal.l., .NN 63 Cw M .. N Y.E .M ..
and Conservation Director ? Mlk' /.?" "' f1 N "* rs'e B
Green $005
Attorney General Earl Faircloth, Comptroller Ray M r.N i, 91595
Randolph*Hodges, while here to testify In behalf of Rivers and Harbors projects In

Florida. Over 40 Years of Selling & Servicing The Finest
Automobiles in the Big Bend Area. a
HIGH SCHOOLS VISIT WASHINGTON--One of the real privileges we have In the Congress is
"- that of greeting the numerous high school classes ai r r
the month we have been extremely happyto
they visit our nation's capitol. During past I -ALFORD-
meet eni visit with the classes from Madison, Greenville, Monticello, Bristol,
to meet and talk with these young
Carrabelle, and Live Oak. It was a real pleasure

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WAKl'LLA COUNTY NEWS STATE OF FLORIDA choice made.b .

'I!hursi.n.| June S, I!l112 I WAKULLCOUNTY ( ) In the event overcrowding I

results at a I I
particular 1Yaf
On the 25th day of May,
SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS 1965 school from the choices made, I
at a meeting,: of the Wa-
of shall! h
priority assignment
kulla County Board of Educa-
tion, held it the Office of the based solely on proximity without LINGERIE HAS HAD* 6TRAN&E
regard to racial considerations HIS1DBV
WOMEN UNPER-PRAWERV
in
Superintendent of Education: ,
or on the basis of non-ra- V WERE FIRST WORN W MEN, IT WAS
the City of CrawfordviUc, Flo- cial attendance zone.c Ye NOT UMTIl THE liTH CENTUR/ THAT A
Earn dividends rida, the following resolutionwas Those whose choices p 0 KNITTED feWMENf HUE AN ELONGATED
( ) are
unanimously adopted: C1 1DCKIN6 OR TIGHTS (CAVED
(NOTICE WHEREAS, as the result ol rejected because overcrowding OPERA DRAWERS OR CALECONS)
will be notified and
I numerous judicial decisions and per- 0 WAS DEVELOPED POT THE WOMEN
1I SPECIALS FRI., SAT, MON. AND rom various statutes enacted! by the mitted to make an effective 6 Of THE FRENCH STAGE

I Congress of the United States, choice of a formerly negro or
t
formerly white school.II. o o
/ public schools of Florida and Jii Qk'iy, r
t
.
Registration
other States is illegal, violatesthe i _a : _> .
Constitution of the United (a) All pupils attendingschool 6'6

States of America, and that in the Wakulla County I I
rl
School the school
System during
r rt 5 Lb. compulsory separate but equalschoolsystemsfortllewhlte
1964-65 shall
A Ip SUGAR and year registerfor itIo
the school 1965-66
races will be no longer year by 6
negro -
< returning the registration formsto 0 _
49 andWHEREAS
permitted; 1 .
the Wakulla any teacher, principal or the THEPETTICAATOFTHE7TH
Office of the Superintendent of CENTURY M ,
County Board of Education, after '
Education before EUROPE WAS IN TRIPLICATE
exhaustive study and long on or June .THE OUTER ?
SIRLOIN
STEAK lb. 69c 10 1965. During such -
consideration of the various registration LAVER WA6 CAIIEDA'MODESTTNESECOND >
.. period it shall be mandatory '
!- possible alternatives, has con-
II that the parent or guardian WHICH CCCA610NlILlV Xf
cluded that it Is absolutely essential -
Smoked PICNIC Shoulders, lb. .39c to the continued opera- of the pupil registering tc WAS AVOWED TO ;
attend school during the school &HOW-THE"PASCAL?
I tion, progress and welfare of AND THE INNER ffl />
Fresh Grade the Wakulla County School year 1965-66 exercise the I. 6KIRT THEISECRET'X'/ 7VfkV
"A"
FRYERS lb.
29c System to formulate a plan eliminating choice granted in Paragraph I *.

the dual school systems (a) hereof.
Jim Dandy GRITS 2 Ib. for (b) All pupils who will be six J UNTIL THE me/ THE PETTICOAT
19c ; WAS THE ONLY TYPE OF SUP USER THE
((6)) years of age on or before
Send NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ./ CLIP AS WE KNOW IT CAME INTO
savings loLEON RESOLVED by the Wakulla January 1, 1966, and who intend EXISTENCE DUE TO THE NEW ONE-PIECE

TOMATOES No. 303 can, 2 for 25c County Board of Education, all to commence the first i ,) PRESS OF CHANEL AW VIONNETTOPAY
grade for the school 1965-
members thereof year
concurring, ..
that in order to comply with the 1966, in the Wakulla County i WHENBUVW& .. .
LINGERIE AND LOUN&E- .wruw.I
I Spring Farm Evap. MILK, 3 for 39c laws of the land the said Wa- School System, shall by and I WEAR LOOK FOR THIS .,

kulla County Board of Educa- through their parent or guardian LABELTHESYMBOLOF i ylr

Fresh BANANAS 2 Ibs. 25c tion docs hereby place in effect or other person standing DECENCY, FAIR LABOR ILGWO;
the following policies effective loco parentis, register at the f STANPARPS AND THE
school of their choice from AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE
MFTCALF FROZEN upon the date of the adoptionof
1 1 1I 10 OZ.59c this Resolution; Jime 1, 1965, through June 15,

SHRIMP I. Freedom of Choice: 1965.

(a) Effective with the com (c) Pupils transferring into
TAIUHASSEE mencement of the school the W a k u 11 a Comity School
WE NOW HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF KODAK FILM year
I System for the school
1965-66, all students in the year
AND ALSO DEVELOPING SERVICE AVAILABLE public schools of Wakulla 1965-1966 who did not attend

County, Florida, shall have school In such system duringthe
by I June 10thLEON l freedom of choice, Inthe man- school year 1964-1965 and

OF ner and through the medium who arc not commencing the
WE NOW HAVE A FULL LINE hereinafter stated to attend first grade, shall by and throughtheirparentorguardianor I

& any school in the Wakulla other
FERTILIZERSHOP
BULK SEED County School System, regard- person standing loco parentis,

less of race, color or national register at the school of their t

LOCALLY AND SAVE origin and enjoy the benefit choice August 16, and August s 1 yP
of all services and facilities 20, 1965.

available Jt said school. The (d) In case of overcrowding,

FEDERALSavings FISHING SUPPLIES & freedom of choice herein grant- first preference in choice of .
ed is granted to the pupil and schools will be given to those

EARTHWORMS parent, or guardian of the pupil pupils who register during June
and Loan Association or pupils involved, and such 1st through June 15th, 1965.

freedom of choice must be exercised (e) The choice made at the
3 CONVENIENT OFFICES: at the time and in the time of registration as herein-

111 South Monroe PIGOTT'S STORE manner here in specified. Tea- above set out shall be binding

:\1FJJA ItT chers, principals and other for the school year 1965-1966.
Parkway Shopping enter school personnel shall not be (f) The foregoing plan of registration -

1706 W. Tennessee permitted to advise, recom- will be followed annually -

TALLAHASSEE WE- GIVE PLAID STAMPS mend or otherwise influence .
such decision, nor will school HI. Transportation: I

personnel either favor or penalize Commencing with the school
children because of the year 1965-66 all
- - -- .f( and through their patentoror

guardian, shall have freedomof
choice without regard to their

race, color or national origin,
SUMMERSESSIONI to ride any school bus operatedby
the Wakulla County School TlifTf'a iMMitrlliiiiK new in boy-don reliUionxhipK. CHpUulizingMI : "
I System serving the school of a rmw among Krimitrrn lliul nlurlrd tin lli.. >rVr-.l r.(u.l-dry
their choice. All buses will be land mirling with .1..bo..I.t u dug f at routed it pomiM for II.K. I" contribute a dually .Super !Sirfrr"'
on a nodiscriminatory
lu llirir young ownrr.
basis, according to school en- Ill: Niuiler of M: Cajon) California: nln.w* grulrful; appreciationlo
rollment.IV. iii. dog, (:capp, wire, il I. rumored "jii t run'1 .tan LIVELY TECHNICAL SCHOOL Pupils Residing Outside unhappy hoy." ljilU from (:.iippy'a f Mxl hf-lpt-d tcllCt": hi prixr.
Wakulla County School System:

Corner of Dnal and Park Avenue Tallahassee, Florida Dial: 222-826& If the Wakulla County (Boardof

Education accepts students
from other district their acceptance -
will be on a nondis- JOS. SCHLITZ BREWING CO. 1965

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES criminatory basis. In addition, f1JJ $500,000 FLORIDA FISHING DERBYRULES

the parent, or guardian of the

pupil or pupils involved, shall
have the freedom of choice cash awards ranting from 125 to 110,000 for every 11e 5
Ah'l= :
\
::caught during- each lona'a Derby period ealtwatertage
BELL SCHEDULE FOR a.WEEK SUMMER DAY SESSION, JUNE 21AUG. 13, 1965 granted in Paragraph I (a) here- will carry th. word "BchllU" and a number prerl of n, It. 66. or 54.
of, and the choice to ride any 1906>> rr.h-w.ur U.. will carry the word "SehlUi" and a ..t.... ,nil.
PERIOD TIME "PERIOD TIME I school bus operated by the Wa- of P. R. 8. or T
2. Th. Martini and ndini datM by MM will bet
kulla County School 10 Zom III May 1 July SI
System anal February I April -
First 815.: 9:10 A.M. Fourth 11:25-12:20 P M. serving the school 01 their 5.0.55 April -JUM 30 Ton IV ".n. 1 Aunuat II
Second 920.1015: A.M. Fifth 1:001:55 P.M. choice.V. 3. To b* ollf Iblo for ea .
flihinl rrculatloiu and aim a nleaw pertaining to publicity arranim nta.
Third 10:25.11:20: : A.M. Sixth 2:002:55 P.M. Personnel AssignmentsAssignmcntotpcrsonnel d. At Irait on. 110,000 Dili (.itb.r nit or freih-waur) will b* rei......
all In .*eh, ......
at
5. Flab with lag attached moat bt braiiiht to mend SehllU/OU Mil.waukx .
levels and to all positions shall wholcaal ai lOOn a> _Ibl.. Salt-water flih will become the
be made without regard to race, property of the Florida Coniwrvation Department. Freeh-water (Uh will be-
rome the property of the Florida Game and Freeh Water Flail Commlaalon.
COURSE DAYS"-PERIODS- INSTRUCTOR color or national origin. The Upon receipt of tag and eicned n...... form the J... Sehlita Brewing
-- following steps will be taken Compane will lame a check. to be paid through their wholcaaler In the
Automobile Mechanics MTWTF 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 HammettClark'Aviation this .mount of the value of th. "'..
Immediately pursuant to 6. 'Any 19M ta..ed IUh caueht. after the end of the Derby In each MM.
Mechanics MTWTF 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Demetrelil-Corbin policy: Beginning the school will be redeemed. by fchlita for the benent of the Florida State Board of

Bookkeeping MTWTF 1, 2, 3, 6 Maxwell year 1965-1966 the separate In- .Conservation. II each, throu.h and th.December Florid.I'Game. laic and Freeh Water Ffah Commiaelon

Business English I 1-1// MTWTF 2, 5, Keefe-Harrell Service Training Program for 7. 'For the benefit of eoiuenratlon .......h. any n.h eauiht bearing ain
teachers .:. 1962. 1>*1. or U. tag will be redeemed. by the .I".. Schllta Brewing
Cabinet Making MTWTF 1, 2, 1, 4, 5, 6 Joyner wherein work shops
Company at I2S each up through the end of the ices eonteat In each .......
Cosmetology (Beauty Culture) MTWTF 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 C1in.-Kaney to study problems relating to I. D.rby.will be open to everyone except .mplo,_ of the .I... ftehllta
Data the schools 'arc held shall be Brewing Company, the Florid. State Board of Conservation, the florid.
Processing :::* MTWTF 1, 2, 3, 4, 3, 6 Watson-Pinketon Came and Foal Water Fbh' Communion. 8chllU/Old Milwaukee whole
Drafting (Architectural, Machine, eliminated and said program ..I... and their _plo_.
Civil, Electronic ) MTWTF 1 2 3 4 5 6 shall include all the teachers a. Decialona Involving eligibility of onteatant, or Interpretation of the
Blueprints Potter
Wakulla Florida ml. are entirely' at the diecretion of the Joe. SchllM Brewing _....".
Electricity MTWTF 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Rabit.i1I. I County, ,
Electronics regardless of race, color, or SPECIAL OLD MILWAUKEE CONSERVATION AWARD FISH
MTWTF 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Baker
national origin. All system Aa a bonus for the IMft Florid. FUhlng Derby, certain flail will
English (grades 9.12)) MTWTF 1, 2, 4. 5, 6 Cobb wide faculty will be be dnignated aa Old Milwaukee Conservation Award FaK TheM
meetings
Filing MTWTF 4 Maxwell I fish will not have any special Identlncatlon on the "'.. Numbera
de-segregated. Further steps of the Old Milwaukee Conaenratlon Award Flak will be made
Key Punch Operator (IBM) MTWTF 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, 6 Watson will be taken towards the eli known after each tone .la opened. Value of the Old Milwaukee)
Conservation Award Flab will ... double the value of the &binaolaged
.M.thematics (grades 9.12)) MTWTF 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Bliss I mination segregation of per- n..h.

Office ''Practice MTWTF 3, 5, Harrell I sonnel, such as utilising rotat-

Practical Nursing :::; MTWTF 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, 6 Elman-Kohler.Ru..err ing personnel in both the colored SPECIAL CONSERVATION, AWARD
Because of the Important reeearch value of uncaught IMI. IMS UClS or
Reading Improvement MTWTF 2, Knight ,. and white schools. l IliA' Schlitt-tagged Cab the .I... Bchllu Brewing Company hai _lined
{ Shorthand, Beginning, Gregg MTWTF 1, 2, Ke.f. I NOTE The foregoing is published wlnimumJ6 and maiimum SUM ..... to a select. number of flab. If
caught during the Toes Derby period In each ion*
r' .Shorthand, Intermediate, Greg MTWTF 3, 4, Keefe ai a requirement of the

: Shorthand & Transcription, Ad,. MTWTF 1, 2, Bruton Civil. Rights Act of 1964. L_ .

(, Small Gasoline Engines MTWTF 1, 2. 3, 4, 5, 6 Dufresne

i Social Studies (grades 9-12)) MTWTF 1, 2, 3. 4, 6 Brown

, ". Typewrng!,! Beginning MTWTF 1, 2. 3, 4, 6 Matthews GREYHOUND RACING I

. *Typewriting, Intermediate MTWTF S, 6 Matthews

if' Typewriting Auced MTWTF. 4, 5. 6 Bruton

! Typewriting! M.W.T 3:30-5:30: P.M. Bruton

Transcription! Beginning MTWTF 3, Bruton / 7 EpSOIV

Transcription' Intermediate MTWTF 1, H.rel1 FRIDAY.4 : I


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NOTE: Class sine offered night school, 7:00.10:00 P.M.

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REGISTRATION: MAY 31-JUNE 21, 1965 (J i'r9, "Wktrt1htFUNkI'i


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! : LIVELY TECHNICAL SCHOOL t EVERY 'ERFORMMANCE> 4fuair eoadifiontdfi in4 iw


" M part of the Leon County School System !I(; aF4ufa6ufola( .

Tallahassee, Florida ;/-

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