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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: August 12, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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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 fiO NUMBER; 50 .tII, FORDVILLE. FLORIDA 32327 munsoAr. AUGUST 12. ii I PRICE 10 CENTS PER COPY,



ASC COMMITTEE WAKULLA 4-H'ERS TAKE
SAFETY PROGRAM
u I ELECTIONS PLANNED SEVEN BLUE RIBBONS
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LAUNCHED BY ,,
'I'woimiortutlchmtges I In the
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BROWARD WILLIAMS | Members the Wal..lla. County
election; of the ASC
county 4-11 I \ Club attended .sad!
Oiiry
committee will I I I be Initiated ,
An till-out progrim to reduce 3W )xirticl]>.ilecl In the Anniiil I West Rps' J
this aceorcling to I.| 1 K.
_, injuries iiiul property losses due year, I lorid Youth I Dairy i Show; held!
Moore Ch linn in Agr enltiiril -
: ,
to hurricanes 1 by Improving iblll/.itloil and Conservation in Chlpley I list Iliiirsclty' Aug
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stnictiir:il pricticts .nut tightening iistS, 1965.'I'Lose .
Committee. 'I I he
,: )*e storm l'I'CCmltiolls Is being County I members pi.icing with
lection will be held mall
': Lunched by St:itc 'I're tflirerIiiMirancc by I hie: Kibbons were Divid Mil ,

ComrnKsioner: Itro- Wsr4s.r billeting, August 16-27. ler, I.ind;i Deil l anti 1 Don;tIdlaylor v

wud Williitm. the I changes arc designed to 'I placing lit, 2nd, ,mil

Commissioner Williams mid; give more continuity indelibility Ird in the Junior Call Cl: .iss.

lie will call to OHriling| ': I policies in Myron Porter and'
on Moiling! inspectors, SCS Andy flirjx.1
Offices and
building! Inspectors, city officials I Comity to |placed with Keel Kibbons in tin b'r-
lniTOve nlmilll5U'atiOlloI firm '
Insurance industry ifely | same cl,iss.I w

experts nail "everoilier! Interested pro ram by local committees. I mile/ Ulbbon winners in Slit
they are )>art of a continuing!
to SenlorCaIlCIIo.wereG"ry! Ash-
person" pushor n
Jj, .s to malIc l more effective
reduction in hurricane damage,:: process use of Iarmer- commiltec, III bum ],1 icing 2nd, iml Child'

traceable to faulty construction \\elll placing! Ird.Intlie .
loco admlnlslTition of -
or poor ifely; prirlicti. programs Registered i Jersey Senior
to lucre:ise their I Import CtlfCliss '
MIL bisiorincc: Commissioner John I :iylorreec.lv-

his before Mm now n variety 01'' I mcc and status, :Inlto I iit- ed a 1st place I lue: Kibbon.Komi .
tract outstanding farm leaders 1
proposals aimed al getting': In- GROUP LEADER i kr II irvi'y tool.1 Ills'
to In tile siliom.lite .
titmice companies to continue i SCOTT KMIY serve |11O )place 1 with his I hie: Kibbon Junior -

iDiilerwnlliiR inareis s where Douglas Wright ton of Mr. I CANIIIDATRANNOUNCEMENT ch ingc lire tint the Yc;irling' heifer.
committee men will beelected
county
lJ64's! lliDTicinc Cleo brought unit Mrs. Cecil Wright, Cnw- OF for W"IuiIl.I'111 'J.uUins'; ; '1 le miI1 .
3-yetr: sliggeredterms
Jicivy losses to Insnron. forclvllk, was elected II !group .iced4tli in West I Penile eomjietilioii. t
I and the of
service etch n s s'a'
Many commercial interests leader from Die secolI committee will be '
along! I,lorid i's lower cast coast dentl nlteiuling! I I' J 0 rid a State I comity limited to three m in '1 On!lilY I lilli i '.itni, c.'hnclle ,- _
consecutive'
Scott iinnoiuiccd
Lad complained their insurance fared: ickrslup Camp, August ; Kelly today terms. lied, Koiinii' Mirv, y, -iml 1
commiltee-
jTotcclioii was being! Uirc:iten- 17. At the closing exercise he Ihilhe will be a candidate for Previously Gary A'.1 bum.Iho .

cd by refusal of companies to''I was iiwirded I u certificate for I Covernor of I lorid subject: to men have bccnckctcd for one- '.c' .leic niK'| nyini, tin 4-

continue coverage.Commissioner Outstanding Achievement in I tile May U6G! Dcmocrilic |viin year terms only and Here his I ll'er.; lo lit. ."I..w W"II' 'loeil
been I limitation I I the
tries. no on number ,
Williams said leadership. Doug niul )lay: leaders |lout VXImlliii,' .tad Mr.

"we have found lime and time I group Smith 01 Ol'a Loc k n. I lit.: '' "I I have been loading,: forward of consecutive terms.In ind Mr. t'Is.srlr l IIs' dl. I .'ml III
tile Ijfil! elections
again! where hurricane damage were charge\ of tlie group giving -I' to the possibility of malting: this committee member, one I County A I"III: .ml MI",. I.I I U.
county
has been because announcement since the May 'I I :lylor.Curt .
ind
multiplied) the best performance
be elected for
IXdDemocritic u 1-yeiir term
tlic exposed] !glass surfaces were both boys received plaques. for primary when ):, t.oldruaiu.utttnded I I I

not strong enough withstand: being! the best Croup leaders ofF lled205,078| votes, missing one and member the third member u 2-yelr for term 3-, with Uic" vamp. I II svtvrr I iir- II

high windi.. S. II./ Marching It;mil Camp, the second prim try by 2,202 term. Thereafter a lis'eillw." 1It Milii.ll b,', ,nisi

HI'lyhhgobJCCts Including 15. votes, letting less thus one year one it was i '00 Y"'IIII: I" '.how.I .

lawn chairs, ginlcn tools mud I Doug, a senior at Crawford- vote per precinct: to be in the member will be elected etch 'I he' t." I ."will\l, ; 'lor I In,n.

outside decorations! ulso have yule I ligli School, Is Drum Major run-off. ((2, 279! precincts). rear for u term of 3 years. yoiuii:"u'i will 11 surly In CX.Iobtr -

ulded to Die damages and to of the school band and plays\ "In recent months floruit : year, including l'M3, a ..I Hi \\,01..11.I livi''.,lociPlVlIll WELCH CASEYMr.
first IInlsccond alternate
Com-
I has begun to filter in Us -
il in hit progress I II.
the mger many areas by the trombone.
milleemin will I I I be elected
high winds lie nikletl.IIieCoiiimlsMoncrs.ild. toward! RFC:: itness. .. Inn Welch, Cnwlonlvillc, .umoiuices Use engagement; of
"It Is mv ambition when elected each for a 1-year term be'rd. liter I Unita
he expects nit\ I iyi lo ('ollwi II ltallllollh| Casey, son of Mr.

"very shortly"to:uuioiincc FARM STORAGE governor, to seize every After tIle committee mem- BROWARD WILLIAMS I and Mr. It. J J. Ci.cy, lilt IH..olj: !St. 'I':illahassee.llu .

opportunity it ml meet bers lire elected, the three re- will l I" niirriccl ( 25 Crawfordvillu
a program designed to Rive HJ>- FACILITY LOANS every EXPLAINS RATE HIKE toiipli September In the
lo-the-minule information on challenge so lint I lloncli will gtil ir members will meet to I ira 1 INytisl| : Uiureli.

AVAILABLE attain i the greatness for which I determine which of tlie m will Mi., Welch tic ink'il and
the where and bows of hurricane Slate Insurance Commissioner :i Cliijvli Jiuii or College,: Miriuuu, Is

wind protection. Me slid Richard I.. Cowdy, ASCS im convinced" our state Is des chairman.serve us tIle chairman Ilicsc positions nix( vice-will Broward Williams! Monday took s'usldoyru| l liy the lotrd of Couserv.ition hi the statistical depart-)

"iny office intends to work Office Manager reminded tined. 1 in'11.Ilir.
County 'full icsponsinility for
bcredetermlncd 11", Any
closely with every one who 1 Is local f:irmers today tli:it mini:illy. future to the of II.IIIC", a in,inni' biologist with the loard of Conservation! ,

Interested In roving money 01 now Is the time to begin m ife- .. newly elected co nmIUec,will that notify resulted press ahearing i'..11\rid' 'i.ill' ol I I' Ic ruLi hate llnivi'rsily, anti a me'mber of thin Sunrise -
take office October 1. in a sharp
Ms Insurance riles. Common lug,: plans for mlcqilite storage WANTED : HOMES tIS| i liiip,t l""I.I .
A gtsalificdcnndid.itc for service increase in certain fire insurance
sense dictates tint every J'1 lori- facilities for crops to be harvested FOR CHILDREN
on the ASC county committee rates ..
In Oils toSlve loiter tins summer und ,
ilian join campaign ,'. ,
Is who is resident .r."
one n :
lives mil he de- fall. With Maybe you have thought: But, W.IIi.mlaid.! there i ""f
: property next crop I'rospects|
eligible: vote in tile ASC <'Icctlons I- ; ,
clared. tow.lslI good harvest bout adoption but hl veil't looked WM no effort to keep sorrel any "
pointing
Commissioner Williams said I present storage ficlhlles may Into tIle 1 possibility because: In tIle county, std win of the public business! which .

the problem of liiurlcanes "is not be sufficient I : i to fill the you believe tlut families wanting meelsolhereligibilily requirements is conducted hy this office." ,
liRibllity I to hold ol-
not confined just to tIle Southeast need to adopt I leU child, far, far ""Obviously he added, "a '? t
lice us a commitlcem i Is not
chiIdrcn I who
outnumber
f tale fIl1111,1vllltaRc rate which affects the
I lorid coast: although lor irincrs to filing
restricted by reason i of race, )
need According to
of the '' parents. !
that area Ins through tile years : price support
color, creed, or national ori' -
probably received more than It loan (programs for grain und Robert R. Furlough Director A .
gin. Ilie Chairman stressi 'i'ilrl'A
of the North Central DivisionCbildren' vJ
share of big winch". soybeans they must be stored In
01 the desiribility: of electing ; '
I Ilomc
I lie 1 pointed out that Jacksonville nn adequate storage facility. Society usmmberswho !
arc actively Jy.s
uigiged
Uve Oak and m:my oUter Also, since prices for these Florida, this used to be true, .{4a 1 t.
In the of
I operation a
but not so today. Instead, tile
areas of the State were vielimied commodities often depressed t
farm or ranch und who are representative -
: last year and said "all during harvest time, It often I Society Is uble today to fulfill of 1 '
tile ;
type und I i p
of us slioiiUl be Interested In pays to store U.em on the farm the dream of an Increasing |
kind of In tile
soJvinl tIlls problem for it could for selling,: at a Later dale when number couples and, In most farming county.
Other details as to cjiulifici-
instances within just; a short
all before thc reduced ,
involve
easily us supplicsare andl prices
lions of candidates are available -
time alter their applications
upcoming! hurricane season Is rise. Proper storage facilities v
In the ASCS County Of-
have been approved.Mr. .
tmleil"AQtlASIARSCUiri. are necessity to protect the vIH
stored from Furlough states that qualifying fice.
commodity excess
Any questions on eligibility!
as adoptive parents maybe
ive moisture rodents and In- S
I easier than one thinks. Youl to hold office as an ASC county -
sects. committeeman will be decided -
have other child-:
Mr. that may already
Cowa1ystated storage ,
the incumbent
by county
facility I loans lire available urn and perhaps you rent your

Uirougli thc ASCS county office home, or have only been In' committee subject to III'I'lCalto BROWARD WILLIAMS
the State Committee.
Florida short time these arc
a
for to 80 of the
cost of up approved,percent storage: ficllilies. not barriers to adoption. 'I lie Progl'lmsa"mlnbtcre\1 by the premiums many policy holder
ASC committee -- which encourage -
considerations cannot be made effective
most Important pay
The loans sure repayable
conservation und Increase -
"
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In four unnu.il I Instillments at sires a happy, stable marriage: through secret processes.

4 percent Interest. good physical and emotional farm returns amfmirlelsupply by sirens The rate hikes granted, averaging

Loan arc also available for health, approbate ages, and j i, of price supports ILL per cent will stand,

Income sufficient to provide for I i, management, aswell as Williams said
purchasing! storage equipmentsuch
-- Include HieAgriculi
as mobile dryers and vcntII enlarged family. There by payments I All of the legal ,notices for A
Program
ural Conservation -
must also be u genuine readiness l- the June 16 4
itors for drying the. commodities \- the feed hearing were given,
grain
progrim,
being stored. These loans on the )'IIrtof both prospective allotments and inir- the commissioner maintained,

arc repayable in three annual parents to accept as their acreage but someone apparently failedto
and kcllng quotas, price-support|
own a child by adoption to
Installments also at 4 the Press
percent and notify Capital Corps
loans storage
him In his own unique commodity ,
help grow
interest.
-and through them the public
loans.
use I county office manager,: fashion, physically, mentally facility "If the announcement which

urpedfarmers to seriously con- and spiritually.I ) forth not
usually
goes was givento
.
Most of the children In the
sider tlic need for additional of The Children's Home LOCAL BOYS EARN the press In this instance it
care
storage and drying equipment STATE HONORSMr. was due entirely to an oversightand
Society arc Infants. However,,
and
to contact tlie: ASCS county "
error on our part, he con
that
office Interested the farmstorage Mr. Furlough pointed out ,
If in C. W. Reaves State I'.xtcnslonDalryman ceded

facility loan program. there are'older youngsters and and University of The rate increase Stills" IIIIJ\ 'II HN IIIIPMONI 1 :
i ia family groups of brothers was reported COMPANY IIAS INS1ALLID IN
Office will be
personnel gladto Florida Gainesville IIJH -
mined :
discuss the In sisters who also need permanent Saturday i in the Miami IKAWIOKIIVIIII I I.; A MICROWAVE 'rOWER, A PART OF ADDm
program more two brothers, John und Donald .
detail. homes.If the Herald and St. Petersburg I MKVICI' I OK SimSCKUURS; IN WAKUILA COUNTY. THE A-
I Taylor, to Stale 4-11 .
you or your friends are interested Dairy Judging Team. Times. .UWI, I1IOIOWASMADI': DURING INSTALLATION LAST WrEK.

I In considering adoption, John and Donald will represent The rate bearing Involved fire

MXULM COUNTY PEOPLE please call or write your North Florida, ,along with Miss! insurance policies for "residual"

GET DEGREES. Central Division I of The Children's Leah Bennett of laniiKi, an.1IlcnClcvelandofLan" buildings, those not covered by WAKUlCA 4.0ACHIEVEMENT I NOTICE

lomc I Society, P. O. Box 0' bikes I the standard homeowner policies DAY

Tallahassee, Aug. 6 Florida 3474, Tallahassee, Florida. Florida. TO BE HELD NEW REAL ESTATE OFFICE

State University today announced Telephone numbers are 224-. The appointment of this te:1111 Generally the Insurance is
: ALL the of than 1200 0729 and 224-4033. WuHd11 County 4-11 I members Ilanry Williams, St. Marks
names more by Mr. Reaves Is the climax of purchased on homes of less than
STAR I Two Week Wachec candidates for will hold their Annual Achievement I Real Estate Broker, has opened
degrees In
several
sum Judging contests throughout $10,000 value. It fives only fire
McrmalJs were visited by one of SUMMER LIBRARY a branch office at tho Panacea
mer commencement 11\1n- the state and a period of protection while homeowner Day, Saturday, August 14,
FlorIda .toll1igt! school basket- day, August 12.Commencement. PROGRAM SUCCESSFULThose concentrated practice and eli policies Include coverage for at lOiOOA. M. ul the Livestock fridge. Mr. Walter M. Ilat-

ball players, Andy Owens. Thehusky If being heldat minations. Fivllion.: diet, will Real Estate. Sales
six foot icvcn Inch ALL boys and girls who were such things u personal Injurie I man, be associated with
8100 A At this time the 4-11 -
th M. In Tully Gymnasium The State team will represent members
STAR visited famous 1 lorii able to participate in the use of and burglary the Panacea Office.
will exhibit the work
with J. J. Daniel, a Jacksonville Florida at the Diary Judging they
i attraction this Williams said he felt sure his
da) west coast the library enjoyed the summer
their chosen
businessman hove done in
week with his family, Mr. and and former chairman I attorney df the services. In the five schools, contest held In conjunction with office would not fail tt give notice jects. Iliese exhibits will pro be '

: Mrs. A. Douglas Owens, who there was approximately a circulation the National Dairy Congress of a public hearing again. Hobo
Hoard of Control, as speaker he Id at Waterloo Iowa In Oct- Judged und ribbons will be a- LuachInHapkiaDelights ;
live at 1008 hast: Jean Street In President John E. Championwill of 1, 850 books. The "We have taken additional warcled.Hie .

'Jampa. Andy has just signed most active groupwaa the elementary obcr. steps to assure that the press '
lic is invited to Small
confer degrees on the graduating The team is now undergoing! ; pul> come Fry
Ilorida'f
of
with University class, largest summer ago groups, with some concentrated training and will is advised of all Insurancerate and see: the accomplishments: of .

fighting Gators after. completing class In Florida State's history. teenage participation. There have several practice sessions filings and other matters of thu youth of Wakulla County When lU ixliihlwUJ' khhslcsscud
successful career at limited adults.
a was use by some
very
interest which before
Candidates from WakutU : may come terihii wanderlust -
their to
on journey Waterloo
School.
Ililkboro I Ugh Andywas County and their degrees Include Overall, the program appearedto at some of the leading) this department," be said. petStt" off to .rIc- theIwtli
Wcekl Wachec stopping
at be highly lul. It Is
relaxing IUCce hobo
l with lUnch.
Crawfordvtllc Walter dairy farms\ the nation on their Williams was out of town on a yjrd a
his Cator contract that this will be
after signing often. n. Dlckson, M Arts C Scl.,' end hoped program journey toward Iowa. tour of Florida institutions when Wrap a invill sandwich and] car'
65 college continued and careful
from over Perry Lamar York MA. St. with planning L. D. the rte a celery slicks In WM Mpct
Agent Taylor story was published ( li :
and Initiative In implementing County C>|iri KS >:ir< 'nx, offlcinllvINIII flute in tn i.. ned Kleenex dinner
Marks (Harry C. Ilarrcll, BS could have a -far-reach- has been \Invited to accompany ,<| -ammry 2. CKHi: IH *'lurid napkin and pia SIN face earners of

Bus Sopchoppy Linda Gale tho team, as assistant coach, .i'x KI,coml <,1"l<'xt nttruclion. "
lug effect In the home of Wa- this, napkin lofictheT "bubo 'nhloa.-
Rod denbcrry, HA Arts C Scl. and State Extension Dairyman C. Suva Sprinys t, nmr (hula/ InIhi
The! 27lh xtilo tit Jtiln the kulla County citizens. by Hv full-linn- |IJh..IIIJrII"'II'rlit : A ftyfttmlnt tick Inwfted ibfounk
Union "lorid hm *In God Frank W. Welch, MS. I W. Reaves. Cypress (hnnk.rsa IIMK! inon nllhl' the knot Uoimes lawn when its

W r Trout" 1111 suite. mottos thin" 15000 finish: ImllM in I'.II""' duly M carries: h in6bed
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'WANTED: \\hiteiadyimiaui7(
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,WAXULLA CQUNTY NEW, IVOTICt In The Circuit Court of The In the Court of the County .gcpreferredtodoliglithoueklepTng ) | -
Second Judicial Circuit of Wakulla County, Florida and necessary
I Notice Ishereby given that the Judge,
THURSDAY. AUGUST 12. 1983WAKULLA Board of Public Instruction of Florida, In and For Wakulla In Probate.IN to be companion for elderly CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP
t Tal
366,
In
Chancery.No. Box
County. Address
I Wakulla County will receive REa Estate of widow.
! sealed bids up and until 9:00 1348. Joseph Reese Williams, lahassee. OUTSIDE PAINT
A.Me August 31, 1965, for the Mandy Marell BAKER, Deceased.To _21-8/12J9. GOOD

furnishing of kitchen and cafe- Plaintiff, and Persons '" GAL.
All Creditors WAN'ILb $4:50 PER
CARETAKER :
torium equipment as follows! vs. DIVORCE_ Demands
Claims or retired
Having
W h He I man or couple
1.
COUNTY NEWSTrlrphont 2. Dish Serving Counters Counter Richard Andrew BAKER, Against Said Estates with some Income to take Wakulla care RAKERS LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. .

3. Vegetable Sink Defendant. You and each of you are here- of small acre age In .
WAlnut M30I 4. Pot Sink ORDER OF PUBLICATION by notified and required to present County. Able to work, In good full PHONE WA6-3022

5. Pot Rack suspended from any claims and demands health no drinkers. Give
if ceiling STATE OF FLORIDA TOi which you, or either of you, details for personal interview.
6. Refrigerator Richard Andrew Baker, may have against the estate of Address X, P. 0. Box 51, Sop-

Virginia! k.IIIII'J EditorYubllnher 7. Freezer Address Unknown. Joseph Reese Williams, deceased choppy, Fla.
8. Work Tables You are hereby notified that a late of said County, to the 4t-7/22, 29. 8/5.12._
Fred KiRMly 9. Vegetable Peeler complaint for divorce has been County Judge of \\a kull a Coun-

10. Milk Cooler filed against you In the Circuit ty, Florida, at his office in the
Entered .t Cravfordvlllt. Florida 11. Range Court'of Wakulla County, flo- court house of said County at
12. Steamer rida, in Chancery. You are Crawfordville, Florida, withinsix NOTICELOT
m second elm nmtUr. Suboeriptin..r 13. Oven hereby required to file (person- calendar months from the JAMES E. BOYETT M. D.

.W $3.00 per year. 14. Mixer ally or by attorney) with the time of the first publication of CLEARINGFILL
15. Cafetorium Tables Clerk of said Court, and send a thisnotice. Two copies of each
copy of the same to the attor- claim or demand shall be in

Full specifications from the office can be of obtained the- ney for the plaintiff, your writ- writing, and shall state the DIRT ANNOUNCES NEW OFFICE HOURS IN
tendefenses, if any, to the place of residence and post office -
HENRY WILLIAMS REALTY Superintendent of Public Instruc- complaint in said cause, on or address of the claimant, TOP SOIL
tion, Wakulla County, Craw- before September 6, 1965. and shall be sworn to by the CRAWFORDVILLE
BROKERST.
REG. REAL ESTATE ford ville, Florida. All bids LAND SCAPING
Herein fail not or judgment by claimant, agent, attorney and
MARKS Phone 741, FLA. must guarantee be accompanied of not less than by SM a bid of default will be entered against accompanied by a filing claim fee of CONTACT : BEGINNING AUGUST 16 1965
or
one dollar and such
orPANACEA base bid. you.WITNESS my hand and the demand not so filed shall be EMMITT REVELL
The Board reserves the right to
BRIDGE seal of said Court at Crawford- void.
reject or all bids and to RT 1 BOX 141 WILL BE
Phone YU 4-2102 any vile Wakulla County, Florida, /sRuth Strickland Williams OFFICE HOURS
award the bid to the best interest -
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES of Wakulla this 2nd day of August, 1965. As executrix of the Last Will SOPCMOPPY FLA.R .

Associate Board of Public County.Instruction (OFFICIAL SEAL) and Testament of Joseph CALL TALLAHASSEE MONDAY TUESDAY FRIDAY, EVENING 6TO, 9 PM_

Hatcher Sr. /sMoody Pearce Reese Williams, deceased.
W. M.
6-3201 Byt S. E. Roddenbeny, i22 -2197 ONLY
WA
Phone Chairman Moody Pearce 4t-8/5.12.19.26.

Attest William E. Whaley, Clerk Circuit Court CRAWFORDVILLE TALLAHASSEE

If You Need. Superintendent Wakulla County, FloridaJ. WAKULLA COUNTY HEALTH CLINIC 1204 MICCOSOKEE RD
3t-8/l2.l9.26. 1965-66 BUDGET
H. HudsonP. TELEPHONE WA6-3541 TELEPHONE 877-3131

I OfficeSuppliesBusings! In the Court of the County] O. Box 66Crawfordville NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE BOARD OF COUNTY

e Machines Judge, Wakulla County, Flo- Florida COMMISSIONERS OF WAKULLA COUNTY WILL MEET ON SEPT- I
Office Furniture rida. In Probate.IN Attorney for Plaintiff AS OFTEN
EMBER 3, 1965, AT 9.00: O'CLOCK A.M. AND
41-8/5 12. 19.26.NOTICE .
8M or Call REI Estate of THEREAFTER AS MAY BE NECESSARY FOR THE PURPOSE OF

OM W. SCOTT, HEARING COMPLAINTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS PRIOR TC
RANEY WHALEY '.
Deceased.To TO BIDDERS ADOPTION OF THE FOLLOWING TENTATIVE BUDGET.
FLORIDA X STATE
All Creditors COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
atCAPITAL and Persons BOARD OF
Having} Claims or Demands Against Notice Is Hereby Given That WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
I OFFICE. Said Estate The Board Of County Commis-
EQUIPMENT CO. sioners of Wakulla County Will ESTIMATE OF REVENUE AND RECEIPTS, WAKULLA COUNTY
j 319 South Adams St. You and each of you are here- Receive Sealed Bids Up and Un- GENERAL REVENUE FUND

Corner E.I'tniicolaTALLAHASSEE. bynotified claims and required to pre- til 10:00 O'clock A. M. On For the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1966 \OSHOWINC TODAY THRU. SAT.
sent and demands
FLORIDA any September 3rd, 1965, And
which you, or either of ESTIMATE OF RECEIPTS "GOLDFINGER"
you S
I Then For the
I Publicly Opened "ZEBRA the KITCHEN"
In
may have against the estate of Oft 130 Taxes 7 Mills on assessed valuation of 25,000.00
Furnishing ;
I Ora W. Scott, deceased, late 115 Race Track Funds 240,000.00 staring
of said County, to the County I i One ((1)) Tandem Drive Mo- 114 Railroad and Telegraph License 60.00 and"HERCULES

I LEON: PEPTIC TANK Judge of Wakulla County, Florida i tor Cradcr(New), with Die- 116 Insurance Agents License 130.00 Sean Ccnncry SAMSONand
: SERVICE at his office In the court sel Engine. 14:00 x 24, 8 137 Occupational Licenses 450.00 ,
house of said County at Craw- ply nylon tube type tires, 138 Beverage Licenses 550.00 ULYSSES"
t, -:- fordville, Florida, within six grip tread all wheels 12 151 Tax Assessor 250.00
Clean Out calendar months from the time foot moldboardsi Steel cab 152 Tax Collector 2,500.00
*. Repair of the first publication of this and all 0 f manufacturers 155 County Judges Fees 1,600.00

*. New Installation notice. Each claim or demand standard equipment: Deli- 186 Shortags, J. J. Hodge 720.00

11 The Best For Less! shall be in writing, and shall work.vered serviced and ready for Total Estimated Receipts 271,260.00Less PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN

state the place of residence and 5=5 13,563.00
TelephoneTallahassee post office address the claimant Full specifications can be ob- 95'\ of Estimated Receipts 257,697.00 OUTDOOR ON WOODVIlLE HWY.

877-1773 and shall be sworn to by tained from the office of the Balances to be Brought Forward Cash 41,000.00

after 6:00 the claimant, agent, attorney, Clerk of the Circuit Court, Wa TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES S 298,697.00 Today' thru Sat.
: p.m.! and any such cl aim or demandnot kulla County, Crawfordville, roday, Fri G Sat. I
so filed shall be void. Florida
ESTIMATED: EXPENSES; GENERAL REVENUE FUND; I
/sHope DraperAs Bidders are requested to bid
"CURSE of FRANKENSTEIN"
Dees Barber ShopFOUR Ancillary Executor of the for straight sale and for trade A/C No. Classification "YOUNG: CASSIDY

Last Will and Testament of on old Callion Grader locatedin 211 County Commissioners 12,000.00 and and

Ora W. Scott, deceased. Crawfordville, ((2 bids) 1st 212 Clerk 6, SOOt 00 "HORROR of DRACULA"and
POINTS 4t-8/12.. 26,9/2. payment to be made in Janu- 214 Tax Assessor 6,500.00 LARA OF THE WILDERNESS

ary 1967, 2nd in January 1968, 215 Tax Collector 6,500.00 : and
BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 NOTICE OF SUE OF 3rd and last payment in January 216 Supervisor Registration 2,400.00 "HORROR CHAMBER OF

COUNTY; PROPERTYThe 1969. 219 Other Administrative Salaries 12,500.00 "RAMPAGE" DR. FAUSTUS"and
OPEN TIL The Board reserves the right 221 Clerks
Fees 500.00
8OOP.M. FRIDAYS Board of County Commis- reject any or all bids, and to 227
sioners of Wakulla County will award the bid to the best interests 241 Inquests 200.00 "MANSTER"
sell to highest bidder for cash 1 of Wakulla County. 261 Court House Maintenance 12,000.00
Elections
GRADY IHITFIELDIhROLD Willis Jeep Pickup Truck; form- 6,000.00 .
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BOARD OF COUNTY COM- 262 -
Legal Advertising 500.00
erly used by the Wakulla County
BUES-GRUY M4THERS Mosquito Control. Truck can MISSIONERS 263 Advertising Tax Delinquent Lands 300.00

be Inspected on the site of the Wakulla CountyCrawfordville 265 Insurance 3,000.00
DEE COOk, Owner Old Court House in Crawford- Florida 269 Administrative Supplies, B. C.C. 3,750.00
o E: GIVE SiH C.REFN STAMPS vllle. All bids must be sealed, Byi Willard Carter, 270 Administrative Supplies Other Office 3,750.00
Chairman 311 County Judge > 7,500.00
marked "Bid
on Jeep PickupTruck"
Attest) Moody Pearce, Clerk. 275 Juvenile Judge 600.00
on the outside of the
envelope, and cannot be received 2t8512. 3130Juvenile Counselor 1,200.00 NOTICESPECIALS
CLARE'SSHOP after 9:00 o'clock A. M. 341 Jail Maintenance 500.00

on the 3rd of September 1965, 541 Health 12,100.00 FRI, SAT, MON. AND TUK& I'
at which time the bids will be 542 T. B. Patients 200.00
opened and awarded. All bids I 671 Service Officer 720.00

shall be accompanied with a 672 Civil Defense 1,000.00
check or cash for the full a- 675 Mosquito Control 18,000.00
681 Agriculture 4,400.00 POTATOES lO b. 69c
mount bid and the County reserves -
AMERICAN std 682 Forest Service Farm C F C
EARLY the right to reject any or Forestry 4,461.88
FRENCH PROVINCIAL all bids. All bid deposits will 841 County Welfare 4,000.00
VICTORIAN be refunded to all unsuccessful 916 Wakulla County School Board 144,000.00

FURNITUREPhone bidders immediately upon awarding 931 Transfers 6,000.00 Fresh
of bid. 690 Wakulla County Development Authority 5,000.00 Grade A FRYERS, lb. 29c

383-1222 By Order of the Board. Total Appropriations 286,081.88 .
Monroe St. s Reserve for Contingencies 12,615.12
1901 N.
t Moody Pearce, TOTAL BUDGET $ 298,697.00 SIRLOIN STEAK |lb. 69c
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDAF Clerk Circuit Court ,
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Wakulla County, Florida ESTIMATE OF REVENUE AND RECEIPTS, WAKULLA tUUM'lY

,._ FINE C FORFEITURE FUND
1I/1: 11.Little
ESTIMATE OF RECEIPTS: End CutPORK
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TallahaMt Uual lns Firm 144 190 Fines Transfers and Forfeitures 18,000.00 6,000.00 CHOPS lb. 79c

Total Estimated Receipts 35,100.00
Less 5, 1,755.00

DIRECTORYPatoraiM 95s of Estimated Receipts 33,345.00 DUNCAN MINES YELLOW CAKE
MIX 39*
Balances to be Brought Forward Cash 3,000.00
TOTAL ESTIMATED I RECEIPTS AND BALANCES $ |6. 345.00

Theo Adv rtlMra ESTIMATED EXPENSES FINE AND FORFEITURE
FUND
I A/C No. Classification, ELBECK FLOUR 10 LBS. $1:10:

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310 ;:,neruuaJary; 7,500.00
316-A Other Salaries 12,720.00
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Folks Int. store, O. I. GRAMLING 321 327 Clerks Prosecuting Fees Attorney Fe.es 1,200,00 300.00 METCALF FROZEN SHRIMP 100Z. 59*

FEEDSFlint !I "Th. Capital' 328 Witness and Jurors 1,000.00
Major for Minora" & CO. 364 Expenses Other Than Salaries 9,350.00
C ildr''''. Fumturt, Toyi, 365 Investigations 200.00 -
a Games Hotktf* On -Stop Service for
Baby Aeeior\n. 687 Arresting Fees 500.00 BANANAS IBs.' ::5c.
River Mills Feed Seed 2
133 N. Monroe Fertilizer 824 Equipment 2,000.00Total
St. Ph.
Mil S. Monroe J>h. 2230274LgM ____ __ .___ _222-1146_ n Poultry Supplies Appropriations 34,770.00
Reserve for Contingencies: 951 County 118.80 '
I Garden ToolsSo. 952 Sheriff 1,456.20 SHOP HERE FOR YOUR

Adamp at S.A.L.R.R. TOTAL BUDGET S 36.345.00
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Baker-Afford Co. Crowing ESTIMATE OF REVENUE AND RECEIPTS, WAKULLA COUNTY SCHOOL SUPPLIESFREE
Phone 223-0173 ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND
"TJUPorAnthing "'
Hou' 100 U. S. Wildlife and U. S. Forest 5,000.00
I or tractor.for Mao your for auto, truck 111-111-1, Gasoline Tax' 59,100.00 NAME PLATE WITH PURCHASE OF
Weight a4 Regular lawnmower Jour power 112 Motor Fuel Tax 400.00 '
and much for NOTE
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Vmertt floeki: ., your BOOK BINDER
boat. 113 Auto Transportation Tax 500.00
1 Hanson, Wood and. 208 N. Adams St. Plj 22-338O; Total Estimated Receipts 65,000.00Less
Hoel Ind. Inc. [ 5" 3,250.00 I
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t s. Adams St. at 4-Polnti Capital Stone Co. 95H of Estimated Receipts 61,750.00 BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS
Balances to be Brought Forward Cash 11,000.01
Sine. 1908
T.L 222-5840 P. 0. Box IIAt
TOTAL ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES $ 72. 750.PC FILLER PAPER
J MARBLE w GRANITE SIDE AND TOP HOLES

I ..---.--- BRONZE ESTIMATED EXPENSES, ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND 500
I SHEETS . 99
1 .. MEMORIALSC A/C_No. Classification .
J 415 Labor 45,000.00
Work / AU fyp.*
Yager 422 Maintenance of Equipment 2,500.00 SHOP
608 W. Gain. Stl"1 LOCALLY AND SAVE '
I 22J-07M 423 'CaS and Oils 5,000.00
Inc.HMroHM Walter F. Bueh! -, )(11'. 424 Supplies and Insurance 3,000.00

431 Roads Bridges and Culverts 3,500.00

.,/ und Bond 452 Right of Way Expense 200.00 PIGOTT'S I STORE

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t. Reserve for Contingencies 1,500.00

rJ TOTAL BUDGET 72750.00 WE
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4'WmN fV future with a welll Itnown FOR PORT ST. JOE
Midwest Manufacturing firm.

". N 1111 104 111I We are now offering exclusive Port St. Joe A massive area
t! '. distributorships for a patented.l observance of Culf County
i /Nnpulo product. No compel tion. Sob .cs-Ilaydon Hums Diy on
y lIi.'t"O\.....\ Factory trained personnel will August 18 will formally launch
i .' \ __.- \f/ and assist you in letting up a tried development) of the new St. Joseph's -
proven advertising and merchandising -
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miles south of here.
+ DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE .... mark up. Investment guaranteed IJuJ'lnq ceremonies schedule

WEATHER BUREAU ...r'." ...... \ t. fL 1,000.. Minimum Maximum investmcn$14,000 to start .it 3:00 P. M. ((1ST),
IN w ur urn tow m Ml replies confidential. Fo ground will be broken for aneithlmllc
: .S. a..05 MAY 1964 lurlrr. .. toI\ information write Director o. access road into the
: __ '"" w.mn.wTHE Marketing, P. O. Box 14049, park. Construction of the road
t. Louis, Missouri 63178. i i. .1\ necessary first step to m.il I c
ABOVE CHART PUBLISHED BY TIIL: IJ. S. WLATIH R BUREAU IS ISSUED IN COOPERATION WITH TIlE WAK111LA, COUNTY CIVIL DIrENSIII.RIC: : N JNITED MARKETING COMPANY |X3sslblc bulletin; of facilitieswhichareexpectedtomal.c
RED CROSS, AND THE FLORIDA FOREST SERVICE: SO TINT ALL CITIZENS: OF THC: COUNTY MAY TRACT ALL I IIURRICANES: DURING Till: SLASON. 6286 Bartmer Avenue 1 the
:t. Louis! Mo. 63130. |Utl. one of the most popular in
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STATE OF FLORIDA following the acceptance of this pljn. to attend. Besides Gov-
WAKULLA COUNTYOn All pupils attending school in the Wakulla County School System will be furnished by their Principal ernor lums! and Congressman
on May 27, 1965, instructions and forms on which their parents or guardians shall express their I Sikcs, four members of the
the 28th day of July, 1965. at a meeting of the Wakulla County Board of Education, In the City choice of the school next to be attended by the pupil. Said forms must be returned to the !'rlndl'.11or Cabinctandnumcroas members
of Crawiordvillc, Florida, the following resolution was unanimously adopted mailed to the Office of the Superintendent no later than June 10, 1965. For those pupils who hive, 01! the Little Cabinet and Roadnul
WHEREAS, as the result of numerous judicial decisions and various statutes enacted by the Congressof not registered, and for those pupils who have previously registered but who now wish: to rc-rcRlsti-r i Park Boards have accepted
the United States, it Is without question that enforced racial segregation in the public schools of: instructions and forms shall be available at the office of any principal and the Office of the Supei-! invitations to attend. Senator
Florida and other States is illegal, violates the Constitution of the United States of America, and intendent from August !9 through August 27, 1965. In addition, copies of the Instructions and fonn! George Tapper of Port St. Joe
that compulsory separate but equal school systems for the white and negro races will be no longer shall be published in accordance with Section VI, paragraph 1 of this plan. Written instruction- isgcncralchalrnunofthc[ cele
permitted; IIndWHEREAS shall accompany the form setting forth in detail the policies set out in this Resolution requiring a bration.

the Wakulla County Board of Education, after exhaustive study and long consideration free choice of the school next to be attended, as set forth in the attached copy. Civic groups, business firms
of the various possible alternatives, has concluded that it is absolutely essential to the continued o- and governmental agencies at
VII. The following form shall be furnished to the parent or guardian of each child in the Wnkull
pcration, progress and welfare of the Wakulla County School System to formulate a plan eliminating County School System for the school year 1965-66: stale, county and city levelsarc
the dual school systems; joining to sponsor the observance -
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED the Wakulla Dear Parents: .
by County Board of Education, all members
thereof concurring, that in order to comply with the laws of the land the said Wakulla County Boardof Effective with the commcnccncnt of the School Year 1965-66, all students in the public schools Port St. Joe organizations participating -
Education docs hereby place in effect the following policies effective upon the date of the adop- of Wakulla County, Florida, shall have freedom of choice, to attend any school in the Wukull i arc the Port St. Joe-
tion of this Resolution; County School System. In the event overcrowding results at a particular school from the choice Gull County Chamber of Com-
J. FREEDOM OF CHOICE made, priority of assignment shall be given to those students residing closest to the school without merce, the Junior Cha/nbcr 01
regard to race, color, or national origin. Commerce, the Rotary, Lions
A. Effective with the commencement of the school year 1965-66, all students in the public and 1 Klwunls clubs and the Re-
schools of Wakulla County, Florida, shall have freedom of choice, in the manner and through the Those whose choices arc rejected because of overcrowding will be notified and permitted to malic tail l d Merchants' Association.
mcdiumhcrclnaftcrstatcd, to attend any school in the Wakulla County School System, regardless of a choice of a formerly negro or formerly white school. The Rotary Club ofWcwahlt-

race, color or national origin and enjoy the benefit of all services, facilities, and programs availableat Teachers, principals and other school personnel shall not be permitted to advise, recommend 01 chka, the Apal.ichlcola Rotary
said school. The freedom of choice herein granted is granted to the pupil and parent, or guardian otherwise influence such decision. Nor, will school personnel either favor or pcnahai chlUlrc-n because andlIons I Clubs and the Apalachicola -
of the pupil or pupils involved, and such freedom of choice must be exercised at the time and I in of the choice made.Lncloscdhcrcwith Chamber of Commerce
the manner herein specified. Teachers, principals and other school personnel shall not be permittedto also .ire helping the celebration.
is form on which you may mark your choice of the school to be attended by your stage
advise, recommend or otherwise influence such decision, nor will school personnel cither favor or child for the school year 196566. A choice .must! be made and this form must be returned to any .
penalize children because of the choice made.
teacher, principal, or the Office of the Superintendent of Education on or before August 27, 1!)li5. State agencies taking! part are
B. In the event overcrowding results at a particular school from the choices made, priority of assignment Please indicate your choice of the school to be attended by your child by placing an X in the square the Came and fresh Water Fish
hall be given to those residing closest to the school without regard to race, color or nat- beside the name of the school. Commission, the Board: of Conservation -

ional origin.C. Commencing with the School Year 1965-66 students shall have freedom of choice to ride any the Park Service, the
Those whose choices arc rejected because of overcrowding will be notified and permitted to Florida Forest Service and the
school bus operated by the Wakulla County School System serving the school of their choice. All
make an effective choice of a formerly negro or formerly white school. buses will be routed on a nondiscriminatory basis, according f school enrollment. Florida' Development Commission -

II. REGISTRATION Thank you for your cooperation. .
At the local level, the Gull
A. All pupils attending school in the Wakulla County School System during the school year 1964- Very truly yours, Comity Commission, the Wcva-
65, shallregisterforthe school year 1965-66 by returning the registration forms to any teacher, principal William E. Whalcy hitchka Development Commission -
or the Office of the Superintendent of Education on or before June 10, 1965. All pupils who Superintendent of Education [ and the city governments
have not registered, and those pupils who have previously registered but who now wish to rc-rcgistcr, of Port St. Joe, Apalachicola
shall register at the school of their choice August 16 through August 27, 1965. Registration shall be ants Wcwahitchka also arc sup-
held Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 A. M. and 3:30 P. M. porting the program.

B. All pupils who will be six ((6)) years of age on or before October 2, 1965: and who intend to NAYS OF STUDENT: Business firms assisting[ arc the
commence the first grade for the school year 1965-66,. in the Wakulla County School System, sha 11by. Chidden Company, Port St. Joe
and through their parent or guardian or other person standing loco parentis, register at the schoolof Grade for 1961-66 Paper Company Michigan
their choice from June 1, 1965, through June 15 1965. All pupils who have not registered, and Chemical Company, St. Joe
those pupils who have previously registered but who now wish to re-register, shall register at the NamenfSchool Grades..Available Telephone and Telegraph Company -
school of their choice August 16 through August 27, 1965. Registration shall be held Monday and Ward Ridge Construc-
through Friday between the hours of 8:30 A. M. and 3:30 P. M. BICKIIORN: I thru 6 tion Company.

C. Pupils transferring into the Wakulla County School System for the school year 1965-66 who did ST. !lURKS___ I thru 6 Following construction of the
not attend school in such system during the school year 1964-65 and who are not commencing the CRMFORDVILIE.snmioppy. I thru 12 access road, work will begin on
first grade, shall by and through their parent or guardian or other person standing loco parentis, register I thru 12 minimum facilities expected
at the school of their choice from August 16 through August 27, 1965.D. SH4DE\'ILLE __ I thru 12 tocost about $100,000. I hose

In case: of overcrowding, first preference in choice of schools will be given to those pupils who Include an entrance station and and

register during June 1 through June 15, 1965. restrooms entranceway, necessary picnic area fencing,
E. ft shall be 1965-exercise parent or guardian of the pupil registering to attend school during ----- ranger residences, boat docks
the school year the choice granted in Paragraph: A hereof. The choice made at Signature of Parent or Guardian and marina, concession buildIng -
the time of registration as hcrcinabove set out shall be binding for the school year 196566.F. showers and restrooms at

The foregoing plan of registration will be followed annually, except that for the school year Address marina, 60-sitc camping area,
1966-67 and subsequent years, prc-reglstration shall be completed prior to the end of school each water systems and communications. -
year. .
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HI. TRANSPORTATION: Initially the park will occupy\
a67l-acrc multiplerecreationarea
Commenclv the school year 1965-66 all students, by and through their parent or guardian, STATE OF FLORIDA has eight and a half
shall have ficvuwin of choice without regard to their race, color or national origin, to ride any WAKULI.COUNTY miles of white sand beach.
school bus operated by the Wakulla County School System serving the school of their choice. All Long frontages on the Cull .Ind)
I the undersigned William E. Whaley of Education of
buses will be routed enrollment. Superintendent upod authority the Wakd-
on a basis to school
afford
nondiscriminatory St. -
Joseph's excellent
According on Bay
la County Board of Education, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
IV. PUPILS RESIDING OUTSIDE WAKULLA COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM: resolution adopted by the Wakulla County Board of Education on 28th day of July, .1965. fishing.[ opportunities Some of for Florida'sdeepest shore

lithe Wakulla County Board of Education accepts students from other districts their acceptance will William E. Whaley Inshore water is found
be on a nondiscriminatory basis. In addition, the parent, or guardian of the pupil or pupils involved, Superintendent of Education near the Peninsula: giving fishIng -
rhall have the freedom of choice granted in paragraph IA hereof, and the choice to ride any school [ opportunities for some deepsea -
bus operated by the Wakulla County School System serving the school of their choice. ATTACHMENT "A" species within minutes from

V. PERSONNEL ASSIGNMENT! 1. a. Number of faculty and staff members employed by this system in land.
addition to the 671 acres
Assignment of personnel at all levels and to all positions shall be made without regard to race, 1964-65 1965-66 now In the park, the state is
color or national origin. The following steps will be taken immediately pursuant to this policy Beginning attempting acquire the additional -
the school year 1965-66 the separate In-Service Training Program for teachers -- wherein White 55 White 54 the
1,728 acres between
workshop to study problems relating to the schools are held -- shall be eliminated and said program Negro 21 Negro 22 site and the northern
mall include all the teachers of Wakulla County, Florida, regardless of race, color, or national orlgin. b. Non-instructional personnel employed tip present of the peninsula. This tractIs
All system wide faculty meetings will be de-segregated. Further step will be taken towardsthe 1964-65 1965-66 now owned by the federal
elimination of segregation of personnel, such as utilizing rotating personnel in both the colored government but has been declared -
and white schools. The race, color, or national origin of pupils will not be a factor in the initial Whit 31 White 29 surplus. If this could
assignment to a particular school or within a school of teachers, administrators or other employees Negro 12 Negro 12 be added to the park, it then
who serve pupils, beginning in 1965-66. This school system will not demote or refuse to reemploy 2. NUT ibcr of personnel discharged or not reemployed for 1965-66 would have 14 miles of Cull
principals, teachers and other staff members who serve pupils, on the basis of race, color, or national fronta e and another 14 on St.
I origin; this includes any demotion or failure to reemploy staff members because actual: or expected White 20 Joseph s Bay.SUBSCRIBE.
loss of enrollment in a school. Attachment A hereto consists of a tabular statement, broken Negro 4
down by race, showings ((1)) the number of faculty and staff members employed by this system in 3. Number of newly employed personnel for 1965-66
964-65] (2) comparable data for 1965-66 ((3)) the number of such personnel demoted, discharged or
not reemployed for 1965-66; ((4) the number of such personnel newly employed for 1965-66. Attachment White 18
A further consists of a certification that in each case of demotion, discharge or failure to Negro 5

reemploy, such action was taken wholly without regard to race, color, or national origin.VI. I certify that all actions taken to discharge, or in failing to reemploy personnel were taken without

NOTIFICATION OF PUPILS, PARENTS AND PUBLIC regard to race, color, or national origin.Witham TOTHE

A verbatlmcopy of paragraphs I, n, m and IV herein set out will be published in the Wakulla County E. WhalcyI NEWS
News, a weekly paper of local distribution, once a week for three ((3)) consecutive weeks Immed- .

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product ore citrus and other movie- film was shot last -
THURSDAY AUGUST 12. 1065 fruits, tobac. year SOPCHOPPY nEWS PERSONALSMiss 1
vegetables nuN,
'. ------ by Cypress I Gardens' staff:
--- co. poultry dairy products land photoKttiphrrx. I I0 I BY) loulic C. Sajip I Sophis Cruiiiiiir: at Perth r

livestock. New JcrcylI.nt: last
Amboy, \ I
I I Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Moody wcckwIUshersistcrmr brother-
( Lllla Raker) of Chicago
in-law Mr. and Mrs. II. F.
,
-0- I Heights Illinois the
I announce I Mills. Mr. Mills rdllnl' d to
1- birth of a son Johnny Joe
(for I
a New Jersey with her sister in
Moody. Born June 30 it St. extended visit.Mrs. t
I WHY NOT PATRONIZE YOUR LOCAL BUSINESS PEOPLE AND James Hospital Chicago
I Iclghls, he weighed 7 pounds, Gcoisi Walker! returnedto

KEEP YOUR MONEY IN YOUR COUNTy. . . 1/2 ounce. Grandparents Jacksonville I ucsilay for a
Mrs. Mac Raker of SopchopiV' visit with her father, who is
and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Moody, quite 111.
Los Indlos, Texas.A .
Mr. and Mrs. George Creeds,
gospel sing will be held tt Jr. enjoyed the welh"II,1 l ,ii. r-.t I I
4m&oI I
the West Florida Campgroundon Panama City licach. Accompanying :
NO JOB TOO September 4 at 7:00: P. M. them were Mr. and Mrs. i:
Gospel singers from Jacksonvilleand lilll DuPrcc of Tallahassee.
different places In Florida II
LARGf 01 will be there. Everyone Is cordially Hank and I Hall Creech spent
Invited to attend. the weekend with their grandparents !-
Mr. and Mrs. George

TOO SMAW The Rev. Carious Allen, l Henry Walker at Wakulla Beach. ANIMAL DIAGNOSTIC FACILITY
Smith and Mrs. Oscar Crow- DEDICATED
Panama
of
Mrs. C. D. Owens
son, attended the Florida Association was an overnight guest of Florida Agriculture Commissioner Doyle Conner (center) dedi-
I held August 5, 6 and 7 the City Walkers last Thurs catedthenew Jackson County Large Animal and Poultry Diagnostic
In Glen St. Mary, Florida. George Laboratory at Cottondale August 4th. Dr. W. T. Sweeney, vet- .
PROFESSIONAL They were representing) Con- day night. erlnarlan in charge, conducted a tour of the new lab. R. D. Ben-

gregational Church of Sopchop- Mr. and Mrs. Bud Duggar arc IfadcdUatlonCrcenwood( ) was In charge local arrangements for
py. visiting In Sanderson, Fla., with
PRESSWORK o relatives. They will bring their JSTSftt" )sultry diagnostIc facillty. the laboratory has been
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Evans two sons, Jimmy ,and Hobby, serve large animals at well.
and family, Mary Moody, and back. The boys have been there
PRACTICAL Mrs. lien Islcr visited Mrs. E- most of the summer.
vans' relatives in Los Indies, TOURNAMENTS HOSTED
$e Some 190 million pounds of
Texas. Gibbs
Mr. and Mrs. George ,
PRICES David and Donnlc, spent the rl annually are processed: ->r Cypress Gardens plays host!
The Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Jack- weekend Augusta, Ga. visiting III'nnorth from Florida after to many nationally recognized
son of Cdgcficld, South Carolina Mrs. Gibbs1 parents. Mau being obtained in waters: of the water Kkl tournaments, IncludIng -
were visitors to the Congregational the Dixie I International.
reen, Mrs. Gibbs' sister, came state Junior
Dixie and AllAmerican.
Church -
Tuesday and back with them for a visit. In both.
1957 the Nationaland
3 and
Wednesday nights, August
4. -0- World Tournaments were

Call Us For Fast Miss Mattlc Rcvcll returned held at Cypress Gardens.


Layouts and Estimates! home spending Sunday Memorial a few, tlays August Hospital.in the 8, Tallahassee after- Unattractive Rows of f Toes? Pedicure Pays Off/ -' I


Mrs. Willie Mac Porter Well groomed feet are a must forMimimr smooth hand lotion or Ice cream an mange tttkk wrapped with cotton
spentsevel'31 aml I K. A pedicure willprepare ins, your feet, including the noles. Mwled in cuticle remover.
days visiting her daughter -
feet for maximum exposure Next, work naiKmuch Before polishing toe nails, wind
and family: Mr. and Mrs. on your toe
.mil pamper them at the !tame time.h'lbw : Kleenex tissues in and around eicl
"red Strickland and June In Tal- for feet you'llI M you would your fmgcrnails.
these stem them. This will
Begin by spreading out KV- t.oe to nenirale! help
lahassee. !I. proud in itnplay. oral layers of Kleenex paper towels keep polish. from fmuddni.{ Use iIwse

Offset and Letterpress Miss Carol Stubcr Is len easiest to begin in the bull l, protect MIR or foe from spilled coat, two coati of polish tna <
spending because water loftcni skin and nail |nlish.. Then clip nails straight top coat to assure a longerlastingimlictirc.
and the summer visiting Mr. and !<>m,.nh rough skin with a cosmetic: irr..,. Smooth; rough CIRM| with a .
Copy Design ExpertsWe Mrs Johnny Moody and son in stone while ; in the tub. Onuf lile or emery board, but do not When the polish has dried Ju l
cr.ue.I
Chicago, Illinois. the tub, thoroughly in- shape toe nniU.I Shaping will ink mir feet with powder, and you'n
lulling those often. neider"d spaces ingrown nails or inicrtiom. Carr- randy for; the glamour and romfor
Tracy Land of Panama City Is 1 .I..c..n the .n.... Irn."C"lII': fully push l hark sour rtituliwith ?f IC summer inin<'laN.
spent several days visiting his .
,grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. L.
pride ourselves In turning C. Sapp. Joining Tracy later .

--i : was his father, Terry, who spent
out quality work and in meeting 9 the weekend ALFORDCHEVROLET

all deadlines. See us for your
l Mrs. Ruby McKcnric was admitted -

order! to the Carrnbcllc Hospital -
next printing .S list week. CO.


Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
UiJ Roberts and family on Sunday -
August 8, were Mr. and GET A NO. 1 BUY FROM YOUR NO. 1 DEALER NOW
Mrs. J. J. I lodge and family of
Tallahassee, Mrs. Dclma Roberts -
FOR All YOUR PRINTING NEEDS cm and Mrs. Nellie Raker of

1 Sopchoppy.
WAKULLA COUNTY NETS EVERY CAR REDUCED! .'
THE Mrs. R. L. I Hunter of Tallahassee -

visited her mother, Mrs.
Annie Henderson, over the .
I

weekend. 1964 Chevelle $2395 1962 Corvair. $1395

Miss June Roberts returned MAUBU, Super Sport Convertible MONZA 4 door radio heat.'.
radio. hater automatic' automatic traaamlaaloa and air
home after the
Sunday spending tranimliilon and power itnrtns. aondltlonlna;.
weekend visiting relatives In
lallahasscc.

-s Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. K.Camway 1962 Chevrolet $1795
1958 Chevrolet I $295
and family were Mr. IMPALA Super Sport eonvartl- .
and Mrs. Auslcy Hurl Catraway Ale tranamlaiion., radio heater and automatic I cylinder. a door, clean

and children of Crawforttvlllc,
and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crtiin

and family of Tallahassee.Mr. .

and Mrs. Thomas Crunimd 1963 Chevy $1195 1964 Monza $1695
children visited relatives in Station wagon ( cylinder automatic Coup. 4 In the floor, radio and
tranamlaiion and he ur. Mater 1ftilia sporty UtUe car.
Bainbridge, Georgia, Sunday.Terry .
tie
Davis, who has been a
patient at the Tallahassee Memorial -

MAKE : Hospital for several 1 1959 Chevrolet. $595 1962 Saab . $495
months, was flown to John I lop-) Belalr. 4 door I cylinder nlec. I door Import, economy apodal.
kins Ilospital for further treat

ment.HappyltirthdaytoMarola.


YOUR :. this, Teddy Roberts, Lottie M.t- 1963 Chevrolet $1595 1957 Chevrolet .. $545
U Rod enbeny, and happy Jiuil'crsary 4 door "'.UOII. wages a eyand.r 'i ton pickup.
whit .lIn.... trwmualoa. aid
.... to Mr. and Mrs. Jessie
''''' 10.. tnII.....
Vans.:

George and Susie Carrawuy returned -
HOME BIGGER BETTER! home Saturday after 1962 Ford :. $895
1962 Ford $1295
pending a couple of weeks In . v. 4 door autamaw .aumlao
KconoUne Club Bua. alas., twe tot IInlab. ,
?apc Kennedy visiting their brother -
and his family, the A. It.

The'time is now, before summer, to make your home an even better Carraways, Jr.

The Sopchoppy' Methodist WS- 1960 Chevrolet.$1095 1963 Corvair. $895
place to live. With a little aid from us in the forrrj of a loan, you'll be CS entertained Miss Linda UodIcnbcrry Va door hardtop Impala, radio M pick up. on. owner low rnlde.I I
bride elect of Mr. heater automatic Iranamla. *. Don't edit UUa ..... low.
tt
Ion and air condlUoned. prlct may
surprised how handsome your home can be made. Franklin Jones, with a bridal
shower on Friday evening, July

3.lbe
.. color scheme was carried 1963 Ford $1095 1960 Chevrolet $995
out In pink and white. VS. 4 door radio Mae aland HJCamlno pack m> radio heater
The honoree received many and tranamlaaloa.and air condi and atandard tranenuation.
beautiful gifts. tioner.

We suggest you take the following steps if you wish to improve There were 32 guests present.
Cake and punch were served by

a Carolyn Catraway, Martha Ann 1962 Ford . $1495
home. First check 1957 Chevrolet $595
your your home for all repairs or Qulgg and Inez Burge. Country Squire Italian Wagon .
Mad Strickland and Pam 4 door, radio healer automatictranamlaalo 1 door with radio heater, auto- .
gc mlU. tranlmluJoL 17
and factory alp 1IIupe"
.. alterations that you wish to moke. Second, compile a corns Icvcll were hostesses. ThalmageCnanasndWillleMad conditioning; Real I"...,.. III Awn. '
Por-

plete estimate including material and labor crwcrc charge: of the games.
costs. And last, Carolyn Roberts and Jerry Rod-

dcnbcrry helped the bride -toc '63 Monza .
Cpe. $1395
come to the bank with your information and apply for your > open and pass the gifts. 4 In the floor radio, baiter and 1963 VW .. $1295
lo w mil.p. 1 .doer .radio ktatuvLOT
The Morrison family held their
home improvement loan. Our loan costs are reasonable. reunion Sunday, August 8, at

Wakulla Springs Picnic Area,

And you can repay monthly from income and take as long as with 53 members of the family LOT NO. 1 NQ. 2

S resent, and a number of vision. 1JTN. ..... n.B44lt laa.,also.... to
pp_
Picnic lunch enjoyedby .
36 months to pay. Start' ;improving; your'home" today. all. was .


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; I More than 500 publicity pic-1, 40 Years of Selling I Sr i4clnt9 FI..d ,_ '

LEWIS STATE BANKFlorida's tur'cn 'is x 101 arc released: |I Iweekly Automobiles In tho Big B.n/Ar... ;
by Cypress Garden, I '
which distributed over five million
publicity folders and used 'I 1 ;
mare than 289000 bumper I ALFORD
i Oldest strips In 1964. In iddtlon. Cy. I IIITCKN Il
l Gardens' gift shops sold
!907,000 small pout card during -
t Member Fidirjf Deposit 'Insurance CorporiHen" 19C4 t<, tarry tho Cypress CHIYXOUT COMfANY.r
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