Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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J VOLUME: 67 NUMBER 6' I CRAWFORDVILLE., FLORIDA ':I THURSDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1985'I 32327 I Price lie Per Copy: I ,: t

t FEATURE ON PEACE CORPS ing gtJlns. Also, chickens SOIL CONSERVATION fcua Ja I II I

roamed around and frequently PROJECT REPORT TO

... By Elizabeth SmithA t barged in to where we were eat- Voters of Wakulla Soil and COUNTY COMMISSIONDaniel '

Ing. Water Conservation District will ? I
commercial heard frequently
spot W. Hausman Farm
"A 11 the in the little to the October 12 ,
on television asks, space enclosed go polls to Forestry for Leon and Wakulla vl
area;; Is effectivelyused. elect three members of the five-
"Would you like to work a 16- very Counties submitted to the .
hour day for ll
the Peace Corps. This cheery huge earthenware containers The terms of four years each report on the Leon-Wa-

bit of advice was taken by WIl- resting on stones over an out- will expire In October 1969, according kulla Cooperative Forest Man-
door fire. A couple of fires to J. B. Miller Chair-
son McCa Ulster, ion of Mr. and Project covering the
at the time manofthe Board of agement I I
were going same
Mrs. Wofford McCa 111ster oi Supervisors. period of July 1, 1964, through
with com being cooked over one Nominating Petitions have been II
Panacea whois his -
starting second June 30 1965.
and potatoes over the other. submitted for Clayton Taff Til- ,
combination ,
year as a The Farm Forester has received I
When the meal I lis Strickland and I
recreation director was ready noticed George Strick-
county agent, 131 requests for forest man-
teacher and that I got the best of the land to be on ballot. ,
English juvenile assistance during this
places agement
counselor the inhabitants, tin plates and was the only one Polling will be set up one period. Fifty-eight requests -
who got a I teat at the Wakulla Court-
largely Indian, of the town of concerning shade tree ail-
I' with it because no one else had house.
Aquile in eastern Bolivia.In menu have been received and
letters written to his par- one. I was given a plate con- The Wakulla Soil and Water answered.

ents, Wilson is apt to state, taining S ears of boiled corn and Conservation District is a poli- Woodland management assis- .
about 20 Then the tical subdivision of State
"Today I started a new 4-h potatoes. gov- tance has been given to 113
mother noticed didn't have emment directed board of
Club in a neighboring village, by a landowners involving 7,531 acres
castrated two donkeys, Intro- any tyawha', a hot sauce which five landowners elected by their
of land. It Is to note
duced chemical fertilizers to a is eaten with nearly all the neighbors and serve without that 37 of these Interesting landowners ,, '\ .
foods. She took a few grains salary. were ....y-
local farmer for his '
corn crop, who had not ..
of red and onion shav- new cases, people I ,.,'" .
and started digging a latrine for pepper Many groups and agencies cooperate assistance. ,
ings and crushed them together, with the District In previously requested
the local church. Then I try
Timber marked for includes -
to show the people hereaboutsall using a round stone placed into helping landowners develop and cutting -
701,000 board feet of
the should another larger sort of hollowedout apply soil and water conservation ,
reasons why they
s aw tl m b II and 2649 cords of eo
have a latrine of their own. stone. Man, was that sauce plans on farm and ranch
Wilson is 23 and a 1964 gra- hot! But I sat on my split log land. The Soil Conservation pulpwood. This timber was eo
marked 1173 of wood-
duate of Florida State University and dipped my potatoes in it Service provides most of the land. on acres I

where he majored In government like the rest. I didn't overeat technical help, however, other Timber harvested under improved Lee Work receives keys to the first 1966 Chevrolet sold in Wakulla County and his twenty-fifth

and political science. tho, and I chased it with large agencies such as the Florida I Chevrolet. Left to right, Tom Kelly, Sales Manager of Alford Chevrolet, Lee Work, St. Marks, and
management practices;
mouthsful of boiled corn. Forest Service Florida Came G
Before that he was salutatorian includes SS5.000 board feet of Cribble, salesman
Wilson's occasional spells of Fresh Water Fish 'Commission
at Sopchoppy High School and sawtlmber and 2543 cords of: I ,
an active\ participant in stateF. homesickness were summed up Agricultural Extension Service, pulpwood. The sale of this timber '
F. A. work which has come bathe tim he found some pea- Vocational Agriculture Departments brought $31,908.00 to the

in handy Bolivian for his indoctrinationof nuts which In he took a neighboring home and tried village to and others, County provide Commissioners assistance. landowners This tI i m b II was Work is no stranger to travel, especially In Chevrolet can. In his home county of Walton he
Indians In ,
yields of food from higher their- boil into an indigenous southern Since the District was organized harvested from 1100 acres of began teaching school In 1914 and soon began using Chevys for transportation. Later, he was full-
forestland. of Walton High School: DeFunlak Springs. He served as Coach, Athletic
infertile and delicacy. "But they were so in 1951, more than 130 time coach and principal
rocky, patches There are eleven gum naval Instructor of Mathematics and Science, Supervising Principal of Public Schoolsin
of land. hard, he wrote, "that I could- landowners involving 40, 000 Director, Scoutmaster,
scraps stores operators In this two coun- he continued using Chevrolets.
After six-week do anything roast them. acres Rave become cooperatorswith Tallahassee. During years
a training I ty area working approximately the Southeast South and Southwest for a schoolbook publishing company -
the The young Peace Corpsman'if the Soil Conservation Dis- During forty years of travel in ,
course at University Neb- attached to the Heifer Projecta trict. 168,000 turpentine face land- Mr. Work continued using Chevrolets from Virginia through Texas, covering more than two
raska In Bolivian
graphy, and customs history, the,particular geo-- private American organization J. B. Miller, Chairman, urges owners their practicing woodlands naval received storesIn million miles of travel. He has never had anything other than minor troubles with his cars. This

of Bolivian which donates cows, fertilizers, all landowners in tie Soil and a- week he begins using his 25th Chevrolet.Now .
problems agri- bout $31,500.00 for turpentine after four' as Tax Assessor' and Town Manager of St. Marks, Mr. Work is
culture and i seed, and other supplies to underfed Water Conservation District, retired, serving years
brush-up coursesin leases Marshall and continues to prefer'doing his trips a-la Chevrolet, and plans considerable
regions of the world which Includes Wakulla County, at present Deputy
Spanish, was sent to ,
The Farm Forester administersthe
Puerto Rico to put his theories Other than the men serving it to be sure and vote for the can- Naval Stores Conservation travel both business and vacations the next few years.

the Heifer Project, there an didates of their choice and '
Into use In a sort of post-grad Program In his area. ,:
nurses, hospital psychiatric workers "help maintain selfgovernmentin DAVID :
, uate-course among the farmers I Timber stated improvement FILLER WINS, FIRST
of thlsAmerican-owned Island. and'teachers in Bolivia the conservation of our soil
work has been completed on 537 IN DAIRY SHOW
Peace Corps Volunteers only and water resources. .
Allowed go
to speak English only acres of woodland. This Includes -
i into areas where they are Invit- Wakulla County's Seventh An-
as a last resort, he toured the control of -
primarily undesirable
island farms, and polished up ed by the government, and arc hardwoods and nual 4-H Dairy Show, sponsored !
his appreciated even In areas suet JAYCEES TO HOST DIST. cuttings by Sears, Roebuck and Company 4T
physical training by crossing to Improve the growth of a standof Wakulla
swollen hand Indonesia where the relation was held at the
streams swinging CAUCUS ON SATURDAY trees.
with the United States are tick Crawford-
hand from while Livestock Pavilion,
over a rope, Federal cost sharing for forestry -
living and eating In the styleof lish in other respects. The local county-wide Jaycee practices through the Agri- vllle, on Saturday morning :

the country folk. Then he The organization of the Peace Organization will host the Fall cultural Conservation; Program October 2nd David Miller won

returned home for several weeks Corps was one of the promises District II Caucus on Saturday, was provided on 828 acres. first place with his Jersey heifer -

before departing for the greatest made by John Kennedy duringhis October 9, 1965. Jaycee clubs These practices included: tree Jay. Charles Deal, Jr., 4y

venture of all. 1960 presidential campaignand from Quincy, Chattahoochee, planting, control of undesirable placed second with Schatz; Gary

Bolivia presented unusual has worked out better than Marianna, F.S. U. and Talla- hardwoods, site preparation for Ashburn, third with Betsy; Linda

problems to Wilson and other even the most visionary person hassee will visit Wakulla Countyto tree planting, etc. The Farm Deal, fourth with Coldie; Ron-

workers who were sent there. had anticipated. It has been participate in the planned Forester Is responsible for the administration ald Harvey, fifth with Starlight;

The western half of the wedge- copied by European countries, activities. Our Jaycees have of these ACP for- Myron Porter, sixth with Sandy;

shaped nation consists of the such as Switzerland and Bel- worked very hard to plan a pro- estry practices in his area. Andy Harper, seventh with Suzy y 1

highest peaks of the Andes cor- glum who now has similar gram that will be entertainingfor A total of 2,223,000 pine ; Curtis Golden, eighth with

dillera running down the west organizations their own, pro the visiting Jaycee Mem- In this Starllte; and Linda Ashburn,
seedlings were planted
ving that Imitation is still the ninth with Becky. All entrantsare
coast of South America. Be- bers and their wives. A very two county area during the past
:.w e e n the split ranges lies a sincerest form of flattery.And fine business session has been season. Of this total Jersey.
planting ,
barren floor called the for youngsters like Wil- and will be invocation by S.
high planned presided o- 1, 900,00Dwere planted In Leon
altiplano. Here is the capital, son it has proved a way to ful- verby District II vice president, County and 323,000 in Wakulla Moore, Sr. welcome was extended MK. AND MRS ROD STRICKLAND were married last Friday
La Pat and the fill the remarks made by Presi- One of this by Bernard Wilson, vice the
largest Jim evening Crawfordvllle
concen- Joanas. part County. Of course, the Farm Methodist Church, with the Rev. Jesse
dent in his inaugural of the Wakulla County .
tration of Bolivia's population.The Kennedy Informative session will Includea Forester could not personally president Baker officiating.

rarefied air at this altitude .address, not what your program for the orientation of supervise I the planting of all Chamber of Commerce, to Mrs. Strickland is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Eugene Tucker

causes the Indians to suffer who country can do for you, butWhat new members. In keeping with these seedlings. As a matter of whlchre.ponsefor the 4-H Club and Rod is the son of Mr. and Mrs Ralph Strickland.

are moved to lower regions, as "you can do for your coun the excellent program of busi- interest, since 1928, 40 million was made by Charles Deal, Jr. They are at home In Hudson Heights.

the government has been tryingto try. ness that has been planned and seedlings have been planted In Out-of-town guests and Judges I

do In order to produce more with the desire to create good Leon County and 18-1/2 millionIn were introduced by Charles

food for its people. The east- VETERANS INFORMATIONSt. Image for Wakulla County, by Wakulla. Deal, Sr. Adult Leader of the I

ern slopes of the Andes lower hosting successful Caucus, the The Farm Forester attended the club.
into a but still Petersburg Fla. M. Wakulla have Judges of the show were Bob-
pleasant, poor, T. County Jaycees annual meeting of the Southeastern -
region of communities where Dixon, of the Fla. Dept. ..ofVetcransAffairs'announced planned the following program! Section, Society of American by Durden, Assistant County A- r

the weather all year around Is today 3:00-3i45P.M., Presidents Foresters in Mobile, Ala- gent of Leon County, animals; "S

relatively mild, but where that President Johnson sign- Roundtable at the new St. bama, and the Florida Chapter and Ray Burgess, Associate

floo'Ii are frequent from sudden ed Public Law 89-137, which li Marks City Hall; 3)45-5:00 p.M. meeting of the tame Society in County Agent of Leon County,

':'alnr and melting mows effective October 1, 1965. Business Session at the new St. Cocoa Beach, Florida. Both of showmanship and fitting. Record -

which, Wilson writes, "wash Dixon said this law providesfor Marks City Hall, under the direction these meetings were interesting books were judged by Grant -- -...

out roads, cut us off weeks from cost of living Increase in of District II Vice Pre- and Informative. Godwin, Associate 4-H Club

mail and supplies, and changethe monthly rates of subsistence allowance sident Jim Joanas; 5i30-6i30 P. The market for wood products Agent of the State Extension *

course of rivers every few paid to disabled vet- M., Social Hour aboard Tenneco continues good inthis area. The Service, University of Florida. e ei

months. erans pursuing Veterans Administration Houseboat; 7iOO-8t30 P.M., hardwood pulpwood market has This 4-H Dairy Show was made

Along with his having to talk Vocational Rehabilitation Boiled Shrimp and Salad "in the Improved considerably but It Is possible through the joint effortsof

and think in Spanish, Wilson training, as follows For Houseboat Dining Room"; 8i30 still a limited market. From the Board of County Commissioners

had to learn the native Indian fulltlme Institutional training. -til, Dance (aboard Boat). all appearances, it should con- Agricultural Sears Extension -
Service and
dialect called Quechua. When a veteran with no dependentswill tinue to Improve.
Roebuck and
giving demonstrations of vacCInating receive$1 10.00 per month; Company. ..Xt
cattle or hogs, he one dependent, 150.00 per DISTRICT 4-H DAIRY

would memorize his Departmentof month; two or more dependents, SHOW NEXT SATURDAY

Agriculture handbooks in 175.00( per month. For insti- MEN IN SERVICEChu TUCKER<< REUNION
Spanish by heart and then adds tutlonalon-the-farm The top five entrants of the
in a note to his parents, "I al- other on-the-Job training County 4-H Dairy Show will The Tuckers; are having their
Lai, Viet Nam (FHTNC) annual family reunion on Saturday -
\\vays walk away from vaccinate $95.00 with no dependent; $125 participate In the District 4-H
ing, fumigating, and castrating foneU and one dependent $150 Club Show to which Wakulla Sept. 22 Marine Lance Corporal October 16, 1965, at
Wondering If the cow or potato for two County is host on Saturday, Oct- Charles S. Yohn Jr. son Mack Lake Picnic Area, located

plant or'bull will die, but as Dixon or more dependents. ober 9th, in the Livestock Pavilion of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Yohn, 12 miles West of Sopchoppy.

far as I know none of them ever said that this will be an Entered in this show will Sr. of, St. Marks, Fla. participated Registration will begin at 10:00

has. IIThe automatic Increase to all eligible be the top five place winners I in Operation Piranha A.M.I program: at lli30A.M. ;

affection his hosts show veterans however, for fur- from the 4-H Dairy Clubs in September 6-11 while servingin Lunch at liOO P.M. (Seafood

for the crewcut Volunteer is in Information, veterans Jackson, Jefferson, Leon, Mad- the Chu Lai sector of Viet prepared by committee. Those

the number of times the child- should contact their local Veteran ison, Taylor, and Wekulla Nam with the 1st Battalion, 7th attending bring salad, dessert

ren run by his hut (which he had County Service, Officer.. Counties. Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine and drink.) Seafood, bread,

to furnish himself with what- As in the past this 4-H Dairy Division. paper plates, cups, forks and AS SEEN THROUGH THE: TELEPHOTO LENS, this week Is the

ever ha could find in the village Program is sponsored' by Sears, The combined effort by U. S. spoons will be furnished.A leaden of the Sopchoppy High School Band., This wee made some

) and yell "Mirter!" in the PUBLICITY WISE Roebuck and Company, and Marines and soldiers of the Ar- special Invitation is extended time ago at one of the bands many appearances in Tallahassee.

door at him. One day he was Mr. E. M. Dennis, Manager of my of the Republic of Viet Nam to all Tuckers and their des- Are you able to identify the three girls in the lens? The

Invited out to a hillside turn the Sean, Roebuck store la Tallahassee accounted for 189 Viet Cong cendants. If you know of any per will give the identification of the girls next week newspe-

for a meal and he describes the More than 500 publicity pictures : will be on hand to a- dead. one who should have received

place and the meal as follows (S x 10) are released ward the children of this dis The First Battalion was one of a notice and did not, please extend .

"We walked down a winding, weekly by Cypress Gardens, trict. All parents and friends of three Marine infantry battalions to them an Invitation. See CANCER MEETING
which dlstributed-over five mil- In the that all members of fami- BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS
participating air-ground your
wooded stream 4-Here Invited to at-
path, across: lIon folders cordially
publicity and used OCTOBER II
and climbed a little hill covered more than 289,000 b u tend. The District show createsa mission. ly are invited.
m p e r and'Mrs.
stalks to to deal of Interest and It Is Mr. James R. Lewis The American Cancer
,. by corn get trips in 1964. In addtion. Cy. great Society
. the farmer's house. It was press Gardens' gift shops sold anticipated that a large crowd of Cairo Ca. announce the will have their reorganization

mad from adobe brick, covered 907.000 mall post cards durn of observers will be in I Florida's Cypress Gardens' Forty-four television commercials birth of a baby boy, 'James E- meeting Monday night, October

by straw and mud and enclosed 1964 to carry the Cypress fordvllle for the show. rater, skier Barbara Clack were filmed within a van, born September 25th, at 11th, at 7i30 P.M. at the Florida

by a stick fence. Outside Gardens story back home. CraW-I holds the world'* Jumping tea six-month period last year at Cairo. Mrs. Lewis the daughter Power Lounge. This Is the

the little enclosed area ord of 102 feet just II feet Florida's Cypress Gardens. of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lord time when new directors are
short of the Wright brother's of Crawfordvllle. named. '
built covered
were straw ,
first airplane '
flight distance. '
Public Is Invited.
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OCTOBER. 198a RILEY FUNERAL HOME $:KIHHH),,') ) ) yi'iirlv .imw. HIM roonm or kilihiniM: iientnlintf! i,,
r WAN'I'IDI Ironins In my home. LEGAL NOTICE OF ELECTIONThe R L. Nnlioliiil tm I'rololion' Aw"'.- Nnliimnl r'iru I'robnliiMi AHWI.

I -.. Lsso Station North of Crawford- Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director iiilion liK'ireti Nliow. Morn thin i-iulMiii niMiurili.
vllle. Call WA 6-3094. district election I n liiilf-iiiillii.ii lioiiim went iliunimeil -

WAKULLA--, forth purpose of electing Phone 697-3366 I ..r ilixlniviil, 1 mill yenrMont .
Trustees and determining e Over imii-tliinl of Urn i'lulilren;

COUNTY NEWS district mlllago for the next CARRABELLE, FLA. S !\ Ihnn f>,rm) il'l'n| liwl killiNl in dwelling linlll'"'' UOIHwhen | >
two years will be held Tuesday/ yes went VM-IIINH of hoes in the lim; breaks nut, .uc.mnliiiK .
T.I.pMw. WAUml. ..IJII LEGAL NOTICEIn November 2, 1965. Any registered "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"SERVING Ilicirown; IIOIIIIH, Niiliomtl! line lo Niitioniil, Kim I'm-

voter may vote in the "...,Iwlillll Anw million linnroH l4tllllll AnWII,lilt Illll "Lel"I,
the Circuit Court of the Trustee; election. COUNTYI
Any registered WMULLA h..Ii"III. ,
Second Judicial Circuit ol
voter who pays a tax on real

Vlrclnl Kli>tlr EIII'.. Florida, In und For Wakulla. or personal property) within the I I .
County. In Chancery.No. district shall be entitled to vote NOTICE
: 1353.BURDUL In the mlUagc election. The
Fred Kefghtky blinker
,h : RAKI.Il: usual polling places for each COUNTY COMMISSION 'SPECIALS FRI, SAT, MON. AND roI&S'U
Plaintiff, precinct will be used at this w
Entered at Cnwfordvill. Florida vs. DIVORCEDORO11IY election. September 30, 1965 r

a* Mfoml clai matter. SuWrlf RAKER S. E. Roddcnbcny, The Board of County Commis-
Chairman Board of Public donors of Wakulla Comity met
lion M'I !
.,It.OO per Defendant.
.. Instruction this date In CruwfonJville with
NOTICE TO APPEAR: William W the following present .+r

W ill a rd Curler, Chairman; L. ,r :
The State of Florida Toi William E. Whalcy Ccorgu Young, Vice Chairman; G'A R i

HENRY WILLIAMS Dorothy Raker 205 Third Superintendent Board of William U Walker, KaJ|>h 49 i

REALTY Street, Albany, Georgia. Public Instruction Strickland and John L. Davis>>,

You ore hereby notified that tt-t/30.10/7.14.21.. Commissioners>>) Moody Pearce,
mult I for divorce has been Clerk; W. K. Tuff Sheriff; J.

Reg. Real Estate brought against you by Horde STATEMENT OP OWNERSHIP II. Hudson, County Attorney;
Broker hakes In the Circuit Court of and Carmel Pelt, Road Siiarintcndenl. | Red white
St. Marks Fla. Wakulla County riolrda, and Mary Ann I HAMS whole or Vl, 59c
of October
required to file 23. 1B 2. The minutes of the last mcil- __
you arc hereby Section 4360. United State n
Phone bluegreenstuff
74I with the Clerk of the Circuit Code) Ing were rend and IIrl|>l'Ovcd. and

Court of said county your writ- 1. Dttt of flllni: Oct. Tux Assessor Icrrcll l presentedto T-BONE STEAK, lb. .69c
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES ten defenses, If any in said 196$. the Board the 1965 Tax Rolls>>
nut and to serve a cory of same 2. Title of publication: which were acce: pled by the

Allllluclate: : on A. L. Porter, Crawfordvlllc, lakulla County Not. Board on llie motion of Commissioner fresh Grade "A" FRYERS, lb. 29c
3. Frtqueney of t..ut: Davis.
lloriJa for the plaintiff -
I. K. attorney
Hatcher. Sr.
fookly. Mr. William L. Whuley ,
on or before the 30th day
Phone t4 b-1401: October, A.D. l!>CS. Herein 4. Location of known office I County School Superintendent, Untie Sain lias! u t'nuplr) ofjiluim NECK BONES Ib.
of publication (Street requested that the Board consider 19c
--_. -" -- fall not or a decree pro con- city county tate lip I consolidating>> the schoolbond to snake! your enemy us

If You Need. fcsso will' be entered against code): Critfordvllle. Wtkul- : election with the election easy In nuvr an it ii I.. 1"11I1.| |
1*. florid TOMATOES No. 303 can 4 for 49c
you.WITNESS the Honorable W. 6. Na.811 and addressee of lobe held on November 2, 1965, here's tin- I'uyroll Savings ,

a OfficeSuppliesllusin May Walker one of the judges publisher and unailnc editor and this was so ordered on the 1'ldii wlirrr you walk And the
S MaehineM, '
e Office! FurnitureS.erC.n u of said court and the seal : Publisher (Na.o and ad- motion. of Commissioner: Strickland. ltoii thereof at Crawfordvlllc Wa- dread): Prod L. Koiihtlejr. liank. 2lbs.
kulla Florida this p. o. BOX 30'7. cr rur County, that Clerks working,:: In the 1 ax
RANEY WHALEYat 28Ui day of September, A.D. Editor (Mace and .address Assessor's Office, Tax Collect Irish POTATOES. 10 LB. 49c
1965. : hut thin lest
Virginia M. Kelihtlcy. P. 0. or's Office und Mrs. Limb a ugh,:: Easy UH |stir,
Ill Moody Pearce, Box 307 Cravfordvl. Pie be paid $25.00 per month Increase purl of llir MINI is! lluil llicrrV -

CAPITAL OFFICE. Wakulla Clerk Circuit County Court Florida 7.. P.OWNER.0.: Boi Prod 307.L. KoUhtloy. Craf- In wlary. The motion u higgt'r rot of the |pie for you, NABISCO PRIDE COOKIES fl: 9z.| .39c
10 i don the second of
EQUIPMENT CO. fordvlllo Florida; and Ooo.Laniford. Will carr the longer you liohl. onto yourBonds.
A. L. Porter Commissioner .
lit South Adam St. Tallahassee, Fla Young.Mr. When they nuilure,
Comer E. PrnarotiTALI.ABAMNEE Craw lordvI1Ic, Florida 10. Total No. of copies Davis moved und Mr. RAVE TOILED TISSUE 8 ROLLS59tf
FLORIDA Attorney for Plaintiff distributed: 800.I Young seconded a motion to hire lii-l $1. fur very Si: you invent.

41-9/30.10/7.14.21. certify that the .tteontH Mrs. Janice R. Harvey as secretary -

side by no above are to Mr. L. D. 'lay lor, Coiin- BANANAS 2 Ibs. 25c
1'11 Mali' IIH ul in
''' '' no or *
correct and complete.Pred ty Agent. The 1 motion was car- -- ---
tsmttux !Series' I,)
L. KolnhtloyMIT ried. on .SavingsItoiulH.

I.KON *!KI'Tir TANKSERVICEi In Second the Judicial Circuit Court Circuit of the of I i I the Board approved the vou- And you may ,li.ft-r SHOP HERE FOR YOUR

; Florida In und chers before them and directed paymi'iil of the frd,'rul in<:oim-
I For Waluilla
M Nil TIMI WOIKroi that warrants be Issued In -
County. In Chancery.No. spore INCOMSWI payment tax until your (lloinls! arc
OltRepair' : therefor.
_____ Itlitbl On the motion of Commissioner callhc.1.:
INK or wwiMit n
BEITYLLLMAPLS, diilvri In thi .... ,. ttrvfcrouii Strickland the Board approvedthe HUNTING SUPPLIES
New Installation for lho wall D FAMOUS '1905
Plaintiff following Budget amendments -
oft The AUA.SEL TZU. AN.(IN, lUFfEHIN While your bankroll grow,
Kent For Lew vs. AND RATES ASPIRINS told Ihteujh :
0Telephone:- TRID MARS, JR. our I.,." mod. rn vending ",..h... Fine und Forfeiture FWIlb/: freedom throughout the world
In lundy pill W.rr which thin
Defendant company will, sue.,. locutions: penscs oilier than salaries Increased Crown u hit, too And your
1 Dtilonhipi now Wine ..,.bllsllod 500.00 SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVEPIGOTT'S
I 1'\ Tall.ihas.see 877-177: NOTICE I TO APPEAR md ippomud upon our occtptinco, reduced ,. Contingencies:: lionils anhrlim| ;; this ruuwrmore
Her( i-00 Will, not Inlnltft with your priMnlomploimnl $500.00.General than u lilllr.
p.m.CLARI'S The State of rlorlda 'lot collKl and "1111m.chmet fund: A/C 219 increased -
Our will .nd
I red Alabama paw ......101 company ouiiltnci lo ""ull- $814.62; 221, 46.60; STORE
Maxs| Onconla {led pniom, SUT MUST HAYESIltS.DO 227, 15.00 261, 71.45 262
.... ; ; Get; in I hi- (11. S. Savings .
: lo $1,7000 cnh .1- !METART
375.59 263, 28.00 265, 738.-
obit Immtdiiltly lor Invtnlory ond ; ; Bonds hahil amid Islam
You arc hereby notified thatu .....,_.', Invtslmtnl. socurtdMint 52; 269, 5,409.01; 341, 2- you
i suit for divorce has beenbrouRhl .... ..... e.., ( lp.ro houri 732.75; 916, 8,825.00; 272, know it, you'll have a |xxkil'ful
.klf. could Ml lo $ ose
up ',.... 23.50 562 480.00 921 of red while und !. WE GIVE PLAID STAMPS
against you by Betty par yew In your iporo I bo ; ; 3-, .IueIluII'1I
loCe eM.ixs lathe Circuit Court lo tun ol ..... .memo 698. 751 672 444.29 681 .
| tnould ...., Innwdlololy, tilling ; KMT-bluff mine in
of W u k u 11 a County, norlcJa. ._.."' not _n"'f. If fully 136.56. mi hly. handy just when
and you arc hereby required to quilifiod' timo tnd :bivtttmont.WKITI Road and Bridges 415 Increased you
.imp .:., Addrnt ondPhono need it
file with the Clerk of the Circuit number, for" I.col l pononolintfrviow f 5, 829.15; 422, 613.52; 423, most.
Court of said county your wilh I company Rtpro- 128. 361; 424, 1656.30; 451,
written defenses If any, in NfAOACMI-A VINMM CORP 761.55; 452, 236.65. Buy U.S..nl.... ...<. -'iA'
said hilt iiml. to serve a copy of .!*/ Nitorol IrWfO line und Forfeitures 1 321 increased i .... "'
same on A. L. Porter Craw- one t... W. MoOPPORTUNITY 153,50329; 22.50; : ..:: ::

fonlvillc Florida, attorney for 687, 340.95.
UK plaintiff; on or before the Reduce Central Revenue Reserve I 'f ;;::. ::;:,-2.i :;:

l8Ui tl.iy of October, A. U. $4,670.12241; 300J.: I I
1DGT. Herein fall not or a decncjvoconfeuo 00. H I, IS.I .

will be entered with a well known There I be In!;no further business>>
URiinsl you.WllNISSthu. Midwest Manufacturing Firm. the Hoard was adjourned. BINOZR laetrlo tewlnf machine Caulfr

Honorable W. W.-are now offering exclusive Approved| | : WiIIird Curter, I in console cabinet Ilk. ...w.
May Walker one of the judges,:: dlrtrlbutonhlp for a patented Chairman Sew forward and reverse. An
of s.iU1 court and the teal there product: No comp.1i HOD. Attest Moody Pearce, Clerk attachment for making buttonholes -
of, ut Crawfordvillu Wakulla Factory trained personnel will He-saf jlnt and fancy
County 1'\orlwI. thin 13th day assist you la setting up a triad stitch deilru. Fully guaranteed -
Can lit tern In your .,... +aaedidMitY
and I
& SHOP of Sep>lemher, A. D. 1965. *chandlslng nd proven idvertising mer-100K Make eight monthly payment

Is/ Moody Pearce Investment program. of ".11 or will discount for
.markup. guaraa-
Clerk Circuit Court, Wakulla teed. Minimum Investment caih. Writ: credit Manager
EARLY: AMKHICAN County, lorida 11,000. Maximum $14,000 in 8. Clearwater Road, LariO
IHKNdl I'ltDVINdAI.( A. I I.. Porter All rpli confidential. Fa: Florid.
V 1(1'OKI ANFIIKNITIIKK Craw 10Nvllle. 1-10r"'a. Informatloo writ Director 01 the modern way to healCAll

Attorney for Plaintiff Marketing, P. O. Box 14049! ,
St. Louis Missouri 63178. i
Phone 385-1222 SEPTEMBER 30 1965
1901 N. Monroe St. 6286 Bartmtr Avenu I''
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA 416,23.3o107.Tallahai'.em 14tc811l_ /11, 13219! Willard Carter $179.32 3220
; Ralph Strickland 188.00;
I 3221, George Young 184.751) 3222, William D. Walker 184.75; FRANK M. LAWHON. DISTRIBUTOR

I 3223, John Davis 200.00; 3224, Moody Pearce, 400.00; 3225. GULF OIL
EmmettC. Terrell Jr. 351.21; 3226, J. M. Cwin 382.28; 3227 PRODUCTS

HiwiiMM Firm Newman Harper, 188.00; 3228, Sheryl Ferrell, 169. 75 ; 3229

MargaretW. High 169.75! ; 3230, Johnie Umbaugh, 184.75; 3231*' SOITIIOPPY:/ on CAHNABELLE: (001.. )
LoI; P. Willis, 184.75; 3232, J. H. Hudson 94.00; 3233, Doro- W02-2331
thyE. Nazwoith, 87.37; 3234, W. May Walker 4.62; 3235, Hugh 697-3717
I DIRECTORY M. Taylor, 4.62; 3236 Den C. Wlllii, 4.62; 3237, Cuyte P. Mc-

Cord Jr. 4.62; 3238, William D. Hopkins 6.16; 3239. Harry
Morrison, 4.62; 3240 Ivey C. Cox '555; 3241, Helen Bosenbers.
Patornli TheMe AdvertiMra 12.95; 3242, R. W. Ervin, III, 25.0013243, Aughtary S. Cham

bore, 78.22; 3244, U. R. Lawhon 120.77; 3245 N. S. Brown. "
88.77; 3246, George L. Harper 550.00; 3247 Mrs. Ceorge Ne-

smith 100.00; 3248, Jimmie B. Dykes, 55.42; 3249, L. D. Tavlor -
F R M 323.33; 3250 Fred O. Dickinson, 191.87; 3251 OASI Fund.
Little Folks Store. O. I. GRAMLING 113.17; 32S2, Witholdlng Tax A/C 181.00; 3253, American FLORIDA
Tw I... Heritage 35.42; 3254, Raker Lumber Co., 173.45; 3255, Tally's TAT.E

FEEDS "The OaplUl's & CO. Motor Service, 28.58; 3256, Talqidn Electric Coop., 1.00; 3257.
Major* for Minos"CAildrm'o Nat'l. Assn. of Co. 50.00 3258 ,
I'.n< w.. r..., ; Moody Pearce, Clerk 6.00
O Flint River Baby Afctttoritt Feed Seed Fertilizer 3261, Tulry'i Motor Ser., 2.95! ; 3262, L. L. Pararo, M.D. 15.00 .-
XOU S. Mills 133 N. Monroe SC Ph. 123-1144 ; 3263, C. B. Harvey M. D., 15.00; 3264, R. E. Whaley, TODAY 'I IIIRU. SATurDAY
Mwinw J H. (23-0274 Poultry Sapplle 2.00; 3265, W. S. Schley 161.87; 3266, Surplus Prop. Dlv, TODAY THRU. SAT.

Garden Tool 64.73; 3267, H. C. Carter 126.00; 3268, Cortes White. 189.00-!

3269! Capital Cash C Carry, 27.68; 3270, Cen. Office Equip.,
.,. S*. Ada** at SJLLJUt.CroMiaf 35.17; 3271 Cen. Office Equip., 28.32; 3272, Cap. Office E- Rick Nelson' Jane Fonda
-- Bakor-Alford Co.Aaythhur quip. 28.511 3273 Tall. Builders Supp., 88.15; 3274, J. H.

.. Phone 223-0173 Hudson 238.10; 3275, Ralph Strickland 130.00; 3276. Billy in In
,2A.PerU II.'.. Walker 215.00; 3277, John Davis 130.00.

for fear turta., true ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND "LOVE C "CIRCLE OF LOVE" ,

LigtU C'Wtiekt I tlo.L W. W. Oaks, 125.25; 1944, Carlton Harvey, 134.25 1945. Frank
Hanson, Wood andhoe 101 N. AdamSt.. PIL32Ziues Revell 134,251946, A. B. Spears 113.27 1947 C. W. Allen

Ind;'Inc. Stone Co 113.27; 1948, Cajer Posey 113.27; 1949! Loul. Posey 111.061! PERRY HIIG WAY
1950! Erie 113.27 1951! C. Mather CAPITOL DRIVE-IN
S. Adam St.. Kt /-PointTat. Wallace ; *, 124.93; 1952. OUTDOOR
K2-M40 P. 0. Boa <"1lac. Sine 190* Melton Cray 113.271 1953, Coy Sanders, 113.27 1954, Homer ON WOODYIUf NWT.
Caraway, 107.58; 1955! Fred O. Dickinson 162.29! ; 1956! OASI .

__ ___ MAXSLZ % CftANITEBKONZX Fund, 147.08; 1957 American Heritage, 9.00; 1958! H. T. A- Today thru Sat
0 to dams, 215.28; 1959! Clinton Plgott's Car. 130.351 i960! J. H.
MEMORIALSK Dowling C Son, 41.00;; lMl. Raker lumber Co., 52.751 1962, 1 Today Fri. C Sat.

\ ...,." '''',_/AU Tpps Talquln Electric Coop., 611; 1963, Ralney Cawthon's, 65.95i


.Walter F. Boefcaa, Mgr ..1458; W. R. Taft, 500.00; 489! J. H. Hudson 150.00. TO STUFF A
WILD BIKINI" James Bond C His CTrlj In
y. 't..Jrl above approved and mI.redId this 30th day of September, Color

i ,/MnruiM 14 BmdttU } 1965.'a/ Willard Carter FURY" Color "SHE"

I. AdaauBt-T.I. IU-44IO ,George Young "MASQUERADE" Color "THE NAKED BRIGADE"

r III John L. Davis ,\
// William D. Walker

J I County Commissioners i

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.of.-- .
cpum KIWI 2 Stew ly In -- ----.
To boll or simmer molstui by placing itTn ;
In. small amount of liquid a tlBhtly covered utensil AUTO FINANCIAL Although only a handful of
THURSDAY, _OCTOBER 7. 1965 Broil or Orlll_ 10 cook un- little or no liquid added, with BURNS FLORIDA'S114TH LAW these millions flout the laws
covered food by direct Fricassee GOVERNOR RESPONSIBILITY Florida to penalize -
heat on To braise in- decided to try
of a rack placed under the source dividual servings of meat, Washington, D. C. Florida. Tallahassee Fla. Florida them if they did. Aftercon-
I heat as under the coils of Poultry or RIme In a little I Haydon Burns, automobile financial responsibility slderable effort, Florida signedits
I an electric oven water broth or saUce I presentgovensorr in 'i 124th governor law Is one of the world's first reciprocal agreement,
Braise -- TO Parboil with In April .
food To Tennessee
slows boll until not merely the 35th as reported most stringent protecting the
I .. partly cooked i U. S. RepresentativeCharles public not only by cracking That same year, the Province
.... of
but also of Manitoba and the States
E. Bennett of Jackson- down on floridians, by
/ yule, Florida, has discovered. following visitors,home to levy Minnesota and Mississippi also

Bennett, a 17-year veteran of its penalties.The signed.
I the House of Representatives, law, 18 years old October Under Florida's leadership,
NitA h has gone back to the discovery first, requires automobile driv- five states signed in 1957, 10 In
of Florida in 1513 by Juan Ponce ers and owners to pay for the 1958, one in 1959, one In 1960,
Uc Leon and has compiled the damages r including injury and 18 In 1961, none In 1962, six
I first Complete list of governors death-they cause in traffic accidents in 1963, and one in 1964.
I of the Sunshine State. or lose the privilege of Maine was the last to sign In
1 ( the list of 124 governors, who driving. July 1964.
served 132 terms with eight gov- This is in addition to having to Five States Delaware Kentucky -

.rnon serving more than one face possible court action growing Massachusetts, West Virginia
term, was compiled for inclu- out of traffic accidents. and Wyoming have sta
sion in Bennett book, Settlement State Treasurer-Insurance tutes or regulations forbidding

Penny NEW SUPERINTENDENTOF of Florida, to be published i Commissioner Broward Williamssaid such reciprocal agreements.
by \ University of Florida the law has become 'even Meanwhile. Florida's Insurance
r \ PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONFlorida's Press this year. more effective with the signing Department mindful of
The list is not to be includedin of reciprocal agreementswith the growing numbers of Canadian -
Saved new Slate Superintendent the appendix of the book as 44 states and the Provinceof tourists motoring to the
-i of Public Instruction is now planned, and Bennett now Manitoba, Canada, duringthe Sunshine State annually, is
50-year-old Floyd T. Christian released it as the first complete past ten years. working with the Provinces in an
who served for the past 17 yearsas list of all the governors of Without the reciprocal agree- effort to reach reciprocal agree-
((1 I\\ Is A County Superintendent 01 Florida from the earliest days ments, only the privilege of ments with all of them.
Pinellas County. down to the present times. The driving in Florida could be with Williams said Florida and 34
Christian u life-long schoolman list appears in the September 19 drawn. Under the agreements states have the same limits of
took office October 1 and Sunday magazine section of the visitors who scoff at the Florida liability for drivers and owners
PennyEarned" took the formal Oath of Office Florida TimesUnion."A law lose the privilege of driv- $10,000 for each person for a
on Monday, October 4. Me was l\.hough many people do not ing in their home states also. total of $20,000 for each accident -
named to the top school post by know it, Juan Ponce de Leon With the automobile becoming for bodily injury, and
s Governor Haydon Burns, to succeed was Florida's first Governor in more of a necessity than a $5,000 property damage.
wt State School Superintendent Thirteen states have limits of .
residence, Bennett reported."He luxury, said Williams, the loss
Thomas D. Bailey who retired liability lower than Florida.
of driving privileges is real
1513 a
discovered Florida in
I for health and business reasons Florida drivers and owners who
+ and in 1521, with the title of weapon in the fight to clear the carry the minimum limits of

The new state school chief i Is Governor, came back to settle highways of financially irresponsible liability comply with the law In
the 16th State Superintendent 01 Florida's west coast. The Indians drivers. 47 other states.In .
Williams said the Florida fin-
mortally wounded him and
Public Instruction for Florida. Canada the limit is $35-
ancial responsibility law has
Christian was elected Pinellas the colony soon dissolved. 000.
Bennett also list among the another target the drunkenand Mexico will insurance
County Superintendent of Public recognize only -
reckless driver.
Instruction In 1SM8! the same earliest and most prominent Florida written through a Mexi-
YOUR MONEY Drunken driven and those who
Hcrnandodc So-
EARNS BIG year the man he succeeds, Tom governors, can company, said Williams,
arc arrested for
to, who came to Florida In 15- continually
office State that Florida Insurance
Bailey won as Sup- adding
DIVIDENDS 39 Jean Ribault, who led an reckless driving also are required -
QUARTERLY erintendent. He was re-elected ; agents can provide such cover-
expedition to Florida in 1562, to prove ability to pay for
in 1952 and again in 1956.In age for Florida residents who

Heed the wise old saying of Ben Franklin and start 1957 authorization, when the county to appoint received sailing now the into St.the Johns mouth River of whatis at damages.Thewhole nation is becomingmore travel to Mexico.

its school chief he became the Jacksonville Rene Laudonnicrc, safety conscious, said Williams -
saving today. the ,
from very day you make your first first in who founded Fort Caroline in seeking to ensure not only -
1564 and Pedro Mcncndci do safe drivers, but also finan-
deposit, your pennies begin earning big dividends. And Florida.1960 and He again was in reappointed 1963. in Avllcs, who captured Fort Caro- cially responsible drivers. No Need to Cool

every three months (four times a year) these dividendsare The school system he headed line and established St. Augus- The responsible driver and the
PincllasCounty was named in tine in 1565. general public must be protect'cd Food in AdvanceMany
compounded and paid. Start saving today! 1960 by the American Associa- The Florida Congressman who from the irresponsible driver, women mistakenly
has studied and researched flo- Williams said. Drivers and
tion of School Administrators and
Insist on cooling food before
the National :School Board Association rida history for 30 years has owners who cannot or will not putting It Into the refrigera-
of the 20 written laudonniere and Fort live up to their responsibilitieswill
as one out- tor-freezer
even though food
LEWIS STATE BANK standing systems in the nation. Caroline, published in 1904. lose the privilege of driv- keeps best when It Is refrigerated -

Christian served as President of ing.Florida's promptly,
financial responsibility -
the Florida Association of County In the days of Iceboxes
law met with some resis-
in 1954 and
Superintendents warm food In the icebox
as President of the Florida Education tance from the driving public at
Florida's Oldest Kitchen Is CleanerIf caused the Ice to melt more
Association in 1955. first. Many people viewed it as quickly Later when electric
That same year, Governor Col- There's No SootThe a means of forcing the purchaseof refrigeration came onto the
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation lins named him a member of the automobile insurance 'scene, women still hesitated
Florida Educational Television maxim about an ounceof But as the years went by, mo- storms" a hot turkey in the
Commission and in 1965 Governor prevention can be appliedto torists began to see that Insur- refilueiator in the belief It
ance was not mandatory if the
Burns named him as one kitchen clean-ups drivers and had would steam: up the Interior of
of the first appointees to the One reason modern kitchensare owners enough the Appliance and cause frostto
Board easier to keep clean is money to cover damages and foim
of Re-
that modern appliances don't that the law is a major means of
gents. Today with the advent ofnofrost
He Isa graduate of the University generate mesa or dirt. An protecting accident victims. l'efr lternt'Jr-freezers. ,
.. of Florida, where he starred electric range for Instance.doesn't During the first few years, the foal specialists advise homemakers -
law worl cd well in
.. controlling
.,. burn oxygen so
as an athlete and was named to refrigerate or
COFFEE BREAK. Give yourself a break while your new the Florida Blue Key. He holds there's no soot or smoke to irresponsible Florida drivers and fiwre food, whether warm or

tameless electric dryer fluffs up your towels and dries AB and MA degrees from the blacken pots and pans or set owners. cold right: away for maximum -
But it could not touch visitors
your cottons Imf-free, Of course you have time now that .. Gainesville university and has Uc on curtains walls and and tourists and they flock to ficshnesH and flavor
done advanced work ceilings. The surface units Stoi'ln!"\v rm food !i practical
you don't have to wrestle that basket of wet laundry at Peabody Florida by the tens of millions
College and Columbia Univer- themselves are self-cleaning because frost cannot form
out to the line and spend time hanging up, then bringing in, 'I sity. and even-heat controls keep every year who scoffed at the In either the refrigerator or

all those sheets and clothes) Pour yourself a steaming cup Christian is married to the food from burning or bolllnit law, retumedhome and contin'cd fretrer compartment; of a I

from your colorful new electric percolator our gift.! !..to.you r former Margaret Littlejohn of over driving. fully no-fiosl unit. I

!if you buy an electric dryer between October 1 st and \........ I Clearwatcr. The Christians I
November- 30th I Florida's sudden showers and high humidity have three children Mrs. _
Claude E. Lei by of St. Peters-
make an electric dryer a necessity With It, too, your family Fl
needs fewer clothes-and they don't sunfade either! So you save 5-cup Automatic Electric Jr., a student at the Universityof
dealer Cofleemaker in tough, Florida and Robert Rick
money as well as time See your appliance -now ,
that, Fiesta-perk, ,IS a beauty! colorful polypropylene Christian 14, a junior high
$8.95 VALUEII school student. r

7 = i .



brbFlealt f Florida's farm foresters handled -
3,893 landowner requests for

Ii j (FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION forest management assistance ,r!
tLJ! 1964-65 fiscal
,,." 4* AfHK WfM/O*-UkfW /,tC WC COMPMTF during the year,
according to Forest ManagementChief
R. A. Bonninghausen of
the Florida Forest Service. The
assistance covered more than
two million woodland acres will
selective harvest of 9.8 million
board feet of timber, and 45-

t 000 cords of pulpwood.In .
addition, the foresters as-
listed 3100 homeowners with ornamental -
and shade tree prob-
Of the total assists 1,063 were
classified as new cases. Some
750 requests were pending as of

June 30, 1965. .
The Kcmando-Pasco County
( farm forestry project led in the
.. : $ number new requests with 107
and repeats with 155. The
Hillsborough-Pincllas County
rth- project led in shade tree requests
with 784.
Aeeordingtofarm forester Dan
I Hausman, the Lcon-Wakulla
County project handled 131 requests -
I Ik
I ( during the period of 7,500 i

r acres. Choose 'Chevrolet. It'll be tvelbuilt
The farm forestry program of any Jet-smooth 1966
the Florida Forest Service has

woodland provided technical owners assistance since 1941.!: to j comfortable, dependable and good lookim

From that date, more than one
and one-half billion trees have
been planted in Florida as pan
of a nightly reforestation effort.
The farm forester has been, and
r continues to be, the key man in FOR THE BEST DEAL ON AMERICA'S NUMBER ONE CAR, BE SURE

this concerted drive to gain the
wasae s maximum potential of Florida's TO SEE THE 1966 CHEVROLET LINE UP NOW ON DISPLAY AT :

wwa o saes' woodlands. He gives assistance
landowners in working up
the woodland managementplans
marking and harvestingof
timber, and planting of tree


a.an a I IMqY
Fillers About Fire '
# 39 Years Satisfying YourAutomotiveNeec/s
e lira killed about l 11.900 peoplein
the United 8UK .last year,
lairdinx to National rut 1 Protection

ui-i Nearly 30 per cent of the victim
wen children
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17 -"." 1 Green Thumb Tips Ii I SOCIAL SECURITY CANCER VOLUNTEER I "y1/L-A/ l9/UNtl lIawl'. : r rI


\' mil keep Itiilli New /rn' Preset your lawn In Septemberwllh Social Security Amend- I
t\ FULL TIME AND COMPLETE: REAL: ESTATE: SERVICE: liinil 1.llIadl anil SWHK| i.hardKinniiiK any weed, killer lonUlnlnn" ments of 1965 Include several An alert call for men and wo- NEWSBy
I""' Hiviiul weeks ,riir 2. 41) lo .rllII"lItft ilanilpllnnH provisions especially for women men in Wakulla County who will

read' If yon i ii"11 1 it i pliiHlli\ "I lull lull iiltintaliiH. Then you won't and It's Important for wo- again participate In the American Mrs. Louise C. Sapp
over. tin plinlH: heron" lost have In worry about IheHB iiexriiIH know what Cancer Society's extensive
I FINANCING ARRANGED AT 5 1/4% lllllVISAiiiinil, .XI MplllIK, men Besides to health Insurance they mean.for Cancer Prevention Study Is being County Commissioner John
uvullablR In Davis returned home after attending *
2. III klllirx are sounded
I ANY TYPE HOME BUILT ON YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE I "> lliiilil| Hiiil Kiuiuilar foiniH. DmKiiiinilar the aged there arc many major Itwas announced this week by the State and County
iixliiH linikr Siptililin form IH with :iriililixir changes In the old-age sur- Association
applied/ Mrs. Ralph Brown who will coordinate Commissioners ,
SIHVING WAKIIJA OIKIY 'i' 1:111.,10'1111 ini'iiriii ir ymiiuiiiilin HpMHilir' Die lliiil.lriiiin '| vivors and disability insurance the study to be which was held In Miami last
AM liE: (IMSIAI. AHA, I HilH vi in' does| mil lii Mini. Of these changes conducted
IH iillnliil' with water program. his fall In Wakulla week. Davis and County Attor-
Imli' iwiiis' lii mm in pion'14rrll4
Hpniynl I hit weeds,. three affect women directly Hudson -
J. H. went sightseeing
County. It will require the cooperation ney
YU4-2601 YU4-7435 W02-2I94 Mll HplllIK ir using Dm liquid 1'11'11I. implyII / and others all have a "woman'sangle" helicopter over the
of four volunteers who by
rinin ii 1I1"'IIy'r| that IK keptsnlily :: Research City of Miami and visited Key
PANACEA. FLORIDALET 1,1 mil all(I till \iKillllili KIM fur weed,) kill.i H. It In al) The three provisions that ap- naire as and Question-Enrollees West, Coral Cables and Home-
,10'11 In' nki. niiilii ilui 111I)' IIIIISl llllpOHKllllM, III ll<'llll UKpiuyit ply most directly to women area Distributors stead. County Commissioners
US BUY OR SELL FOR YOU 1111114 III It tin iMilliil Its'TIM i' will) incinith ,lii ritiiovn payment of reduced benefits for who provide information that W. Walker and Ralph Strick
I"\t.\ sleds "11'pin Hush\ 'HHily' tin niliinti'iiiiHlilliy, ufl, I-I II I that: divorced women who were married goes into the confidential re- f'a attended the meet-
II 1wls 4111. pOIII |1..1..1.| fill III' inn I'M.VH lilhal Hi' H valued\ ports.
least 20 before the
IIINplWl' (I'I' \ III HUM"I HI IIHllll. in"mi tin'ulii" ). at years Mrs. Brown pointed out that Ing.
I Ill III 11II till'III. lllllH UlHlIK' ,ill) Ofiiiiiny Apply|.. wind kill'ls only oil .1 divorce; and benefits women Wakulla County Is one of fiftyin
nlml 72 ft older who were not eligible Happy to have Carl Revell
poll ullil wiulH filly vxlii'n thin' IH nn Florida and of 1,121
for benefits before this because throughout the nation, that has home from the Tallahassee
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l II they or their husbands had been selected to carry on with Memorial Hospital after spendIng -

not worked long enough under the Study which is being made several weeks suffering some

social security.Less for the sixth consecutive third degree bums caused by an
I directly affecting womenis Statewide the study rear. i accident. Carl remains under

1966 (Chevrolet the provision that allows for volve some 40,000 Floridians the doctor's care.

the payment of benefits to the whowill provide for 3000 train-
children of retired disabled or ed volunteer Researchers con- I Mr. and Mrs. B. L Oplln left

deceased workers up to the age fidential and pertinent cancer Tuesday for Pensacola. to visit

of 22, if the children arc full- research data In sealed en- relatives and friends.

time students. Under the old velopes. This data when col- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hodge and
low these benefits stopped at18wtlessthechild
I disabled. lected will be processed on a family of Tallahassee were the
was nationwide study being made in dinner guests of Mrs. Delma Roberts -
Whit do these and other change
other selected states
twenty-four October 3.
ti 'n n the Social Security Law throughout the country. The
m. .144, to women In W a ku 11 a
confidential information givenin Mr. and Mrs. John Beasley returned -
<:oiuit> r They I mean that widow the questionnaires is designed Wednesday from Clark-

a '.no longer:: have to wait until to help disclose certain cluesto ton, N. C. where they attended -
the> retch62 to start rcccivn certain cancer-causing factors the birthday celebration of

,:, ocial security benefits. which may exist among family Mrs. Beasley's mother Mrs.
(they ilso mean that some divorced and community environ-I Ltllle Clark who was 86 on

women may get wife'sbenolits ments. September 27th.

I and tint omc surviv- Mrs. Drown In emphasizingthe Mrs. Clark enjoyed her ten

1:1lIl\orced; wives may receive importance of the study as children, 34 grandchildren 80
widow',benefits even after they a measure to help save lives of great-grandchildren, and three

un 10 longer caring:: for their some of the almost 10,000 Floridians great-great-grandchildren, along -

lormcr husbands' children. and 295,000 Americanswho with many more relativesand
Women in the Wakulla County from
annually die cancer friends.
in .I who are 72 or older may Prevention
said that the Cancer
I hi .'liqible for special benefits Study is considered one of the Happy Birthday to Ray Dunlap,

01 ip to $35 a month. If a wo- most extensive medical research I Robert Roddenberry,Lena Nichols -

I nijn is 73 and her husband is 76 projects ever undertaken. Allen Davis and B. L. Ap-
1 !lI 4 or older, they may be able to She further explained that each lin.
these benefits with little
%et as who
of the volunteer Subjects
1.,1. 3/4 of a year of work credit the Mrs. Mary Zom and son, Michael -
provide answers to question- of
Jacksonville spent
i under social security. naires, submitted by volunteer several days visiting the Stevie
And many young people may
Researchers share in disclosing
Continue to receive social security Important Information. This information -
benefits while I i
answers to can- Mr. Robert Griffin was a social
N SpY11 iu/pe m N.ul NM ImpYI. SryMI LaY, 11. nul4xlr
their education. This provision cer factors: in regard to family visitor In Sopchoppy on
I h> the way docs not change
history and background diseases Thursday.Mrs. .
I the eligibility requirements for physical complaints i i

Uu mothers of such students.Until diet, environmental exposure, Florida Roberts came
she reaches the age:: of 62 occupations habits and other home Sunday after a week with

((60, if a widow), the wife of anIs factors. Preliminary studies of her daughter Mrs. Inez Yent in

u re d worker may only re- factors have indicated that the Tallahassee.Mr. .
ei'Ive benefits as long as she is data
analysis gathered may
I Lrrr' caring for children who arc lead to further clues for earlier and Mrs. Clark Williams

either under 18 or became dis- detection of cancer of certain visited his mother Mrs. Harriet

abled before the age of 18. sites, giving opportunities for Wilder, enroute from Key West
Finally I'd like to remind treatment and to their new location In Mobile
waitresses i beauticians, and the saving of more lives."I Alabama.
T- 1 other service workers that they the
cannot over-emphasize
( Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones III,
? will now get social security credit splendid role that our volunteer
of Haven Fla. spent the
for their cash tips. The new Researchers and Enrollees undertake Lynn
weekend with their respective
law that tips amounting
in this
as they participate
month be Frank Jones Sr. and
to $20 or more in a tremendous Cancer Research parents
I reported to the employer and Ernest Roddenberry and family
here in Wakulla County"
that the social security tax on I Study Mrs. Frank )ones, Sr., of Tallahassee -
Mrs. Brown commented. Thereis
with her
them be paid.Information. needed spent Sunday
about these and again voluntary sup- son, Frank, and family.
I port and participation in the
other changes:: In the social sec- Prevention .
1965 Cancer Study.So The First Saturday In the
law is available at the Tallahassee
urity that it will be assured that a Month Supper of Panacea Wo-
Social Security Office. complete organization of volunteers man's Club was enjoyed by the
there will be glad to
The people will be available to con- Rev. Jesse Bakerand family and

answer questions you may have duct this year's Cancer Preven- Mr and Mrs. Ralph Brown.
ll111Y... I IPIn'I !N.u Gm 1 .on \.11") ,. <.,..' and provide you with explanatory in Wakulla
tion Study effectively The Lanark Village bus made
4.11. eel Mr I 1)15111 S.r SI111'x1 54Y'151n MIN ''Ilu' material about the Social
1965. County, Cancer Prevention their monthly trip up for the oc-
Amendments of
Security Study Researchers and Informa- casion.

I tion Subjects are urged to give

notice! of their availability. The Rev. Jesse Baker and

Ylle fRAVtrORDVlllE PERSONALS Contact should be made by let family are leaving Sunday for

ter or phone during the next the annual camp tent meetingat

SALE week. Van Cleave Miss. for a
cut GRAND SLAM Richard Cowdy Office Manager week. Mr. Baker is the leaderof

statewide of the County ASCS, is attending Committeeand a the Youth Camp. Mrs. Cold-

Office Managers Meeting in CRAWFORDVILLE NIGH Ie Rudd will accompany themas
far La. where
as Houma ,
Naples Fla. this week. The SCHOOL MENU FOR
she will visit her daughter.
: office in Crawfordville Is closedall

GRAND SLAM SPECIALS' ON ALL OK USED CARS Monday this week October, but 11th.will reopen NEXT Eloise WEEK Harvey Manager home They suffered during "Betsey's"the loss of visit.their

Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Howler of
1963 MERCURY 1963 CORVAIR Mrs. Anita Townsend Public Monday
Lakeland, Fla. and her sister
Health Nurse left Tuesday for Smoked Ham
4 door, loaded and airconditioning S1645 CONVERTIBLE COUPE Clearwater Fla., to attend the Mashed Potatoes Clara Inman of Quincy spent a
with their
last week
with radio, heater, auto- $1395 Public l Health Convention. She Creen Beans days

........... matic transmission and air will return Saturday. Fruit Salad father, Oliver Strickland who
has been 111 and Is now confined -
Bread Butter
1960 PLYMOUTH conditioning .......... .. .. .. Mr. Sam Smith and Mrs. Katherine Milk to a wheel chair. His son,
Fenell are patients at Tallahassee Harley, and daughters, Lllla
4 door V8 engine, radio, 5495 1958 TRUCK Memorial Hospital.Mr. Tuesday and Eppie with their families

\ heater and automatic Hamburgers I from Tallahassee spent Sun-
and Mrs. Dick Bryant and
5495 Lettuce Tomatoes
/2-ton FORD
I transmission ............. pick up. two daughters have moved to Potato Chips day together.
I *
Ready to go .. ............... Crawfordville from Chattahoo- Apple Sauce
1963 CHEVY II chee. They arc living In Hud Bread Butter
S son Heights. They attended services Milk Market Stocks
2 door Hardtop with auto- 1295S 1959 EL CAMINO at the Methodist Church

matic transmission, radio S695 last Sunday. We are glad to Wednesday 686 Food ItemsIn
and heater up have them pa e
" Meat SatreCabbageCarrot

ready.. .. .. ...... ............. Mrs. Bemard Wilson is recup- Salad Freezer Dept..
1961 CHEVROLET crating at her home after a spellin Jello w/Fruit Cookies

V8 engine 4 door equip- 1964 CORVAIR 700 the hospital. Bread Butter How big I Sa your refrigerator-\
Milk freezer? Large enough to store

ped with radio, heater andautomatic 4 door, one owner low 51495 rush- ThursdayFish all the frozen food you want?
George Creech Jr., was
transmission .... If you're short on freezer
mileage, nice ...... ............ ed to Tallahassee Memorial I Sticks space consider the problemof
1960 RAMBLER Hospital Saturday by Sheriff W. CatsupCola your local market. One
S Taft for what was thought to Slaw
4 door with automatictransmission 495 1963 VOLKSWAGEN S! be a heart attack. He Is still in English Peas large food chain report It
food Items,
stocks 688 frozen
99 5 the hospital but is Improving. Sweet Potat-Marshmallow
radio and
I Pick up, one owner and Thanks to Sheriff Taff for the Casserole 529 of them appearing In display

heater . .. .. cases In all stores. Even
mileage ...................... Wakulla courtesy he shows end everyone especiallyIn In Bread ButterMilk this represents only 24 per
1960 CHEVROLET Count. cent of the 2.823 Items available -
FORD time There Is no school Friday. the
5low to average super
Economical 6 cylinder engine 569 heater, auto- S1195S Mrs. H. F. Mills of New Port market.

4 door with radio and !I'd transmission, low left yesterday by plane for New V Of these 686 items, vegetables -

heater .............................. I' Jersey to be with her sister whois Roasting Hint: accounted for S6 per
I ml one owner car .". In the hospital with broken cent: juries, 22 percent, entrees -

hip from a fall. and pizza. 11 percent,
1961 GMC TRUCK 1960 EL CAMINO Cook It SlowlyIf dinner. 11 percent: seafoods

51 095 CHEVROLET, Economy 6 meat and poultry 10 percent;

2 ton, ready to go to work with automatic transmission The Litterbutt rout you don want rush a !really t. good 3 Ice percent cream. and S percent miscellaneous, fruit.

.......". KiiHikmic Kit' the .Illume for The National Livestock and items 2 percent.

U'nt of tliniiHiinilH of d1 wily, dUo Meat Board advise that meat The great Increase in the
1962 CHEVROLET 1964 CHEVROLET Ntrui. 'live fires earls year. cooked at 323 degrees iUys number of frozen foods Is one

V8 2 door Hardtop with 1595 4 door Biscayne 6 cylinder 1695 It NUimlH lint on the lint. of tender and doesn't shrink or of the reason why mOlthan

radio heater and auto engine with automatic fire nuiNTN, uiitirtlinx lo Na loss a lot of dripping half the refrigerator-freezer ..
tMinul I'mlpUnin Awormtmn The best results can be ob- old today contain 14 cubic

matic transmission transmission ... ... .. ........... rminlN.Yi rim. tained where automatic temperature feet of storage apace or more

t it'N the nmiiky. not Brookmic controls such as Ten yean ago the average
2 Lots To Serve You-327 N. Adams-1414 S. Monroe will in at funk llie nrgImont .. those found In new electric size was eight cubIc. feet with

tlMiiiKlitliiM smoker who ovens maintain precis: even little or no true freeser space.
heat. Some model have temperature -
leaven diuiKcnniN trail of HtillHmoMrrmK -
butte' wherever liemove probes which when
CHEVROLET CO. Inserted In the meat determine The Cyea clrelnalis. or Fern
ALFORD : the amount of doneness Palm seen at Florida Cypress
If you smoke, don't lie a, lit- Gardens Is one of the- oldest

terbuttl! known forms of plant lite.STEVE .

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