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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 28, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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: VOLUME: 67 pNyggg'y--: CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1963 12327 I Prlc 10< Per Copy
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TAYLOR URGES PUBLICTO MRS. LEAH E. REYNOLDS HOMECOMING PLANS SET DISTRICT THREE ACS

BACK 'CARE' AT FLORIDA STATE
Sopchoppy: Mrs. Leah Eli- OFFICERS NAMEDIt ,

Atlanta General Maxwell D. zabeth Reynolds, 83, died at Florida State University's was announced at the annual -
Taylor today urged nationwide her home here Tuesday night, Homecoming will be reunion conference of the Florida

support for CARE'i campaign to October 19th.Funeral time for the historic class of Division of the American Can-

ease the hunger and misery engulfing services were held at 1915, whose memberswere here cer Society, held in Miami recently -
hundreds of thousandsof 2:00 P.M. Friday at the Mt. when student government was that Mrs. Carrie Arm-

refugees in South Vietnam. Elon Baptist Church. The Rev. organized and the student newspaper strong of Madison and J. W. I II Ir

The former U. S. ambassadorto Emmett Whaley, officiated and Florida Flambeau, was Sullenburger, M.D. of Talla-
that country said that he has burial followed in Smith Creek started, and who gave this Institution hassee, were elected to be Dis-

seen at first-hand how CARE Cemeterywith A. Culley and its best known land- trict delegate directors for the

helps the "stricken, hungry, and Sons Funeral Home in charge of mark, Wescott Fountain.Mrs. coming year. District 3 Includes -
despairing hordes of refugees. arrangements.A Frank D. Warren of Jack- the following counties:

His statement issued throughCAREworldheadquartersin native of Wakulla County, sonville, permanent class presi- Cadsden, Jefferson, Leon, Mad-
New Mrs. Reynolds had lived here dent, still has a copy of her ison, Taylor and Wakulla.Mrs. .

York. for the past 11 years. She wasa presentation speech when the Armstrong has been nam-

General Taylor, now a White I member of the Church of fountainwasgiven as a memorial ed Lay District Delegate Direc-

House advisor I on South Viet- Christ. by her class members and tor and Dr. Sullenburger profes-

nam, said the CARE Relief Survivors Include three sons, their sophomore sisters, Mrs. sional District Delegate Director. -

Fund offers every American a Albert Reynolds, Tallahassee, Warren was Pearl Caldwell of They will cooperate with

way to take a personal part in Tommy Reynolds, Panacea Jasper at the time. various county Society Units in
helping the war-torn nation to W. D. Reynolds, Sopchoppy: Since then the fountain has the district help conduct pub-

preserve its independence."There one daughter, Mrs. Nina Aplin, become Imbedded in the tradition lic educational and volunteer

Is more than a mili- Sopchoppy: ; one brother, J. B. of this university with 13- training conferences and also .
Langston Chiefland, two sisters 200 students) men students and .
tary victory to be won in Viet- act as representatives for the E
nam, he said. "Another desperate Mrs. Edna-Chester, Quincy the women they "pin" are district at meetings of the So- i
war is being fought there.It and Mrs. Laura Langston, thrown into the fountain and so ciety's State Board of Directors. !

holds the fate of hundreds of Smith Creek Community, eight are initiates of some organiza- State officers elected to serve

thousands of civilians men, grandchildren; ,and 12 great- tions. during the Society's' 1965-66 fiscal _
women, children- caught in the grandchildren Mrs. F. W. Poos of Arlington, year area Sam Wesley Den- ,

middle. I do not have to Imagine Va., (Edna Ireland of Lakeland ham, M. D. Jacksonville, president -
what is happening in their when she was In school here) ; Donald W. Smith, DUSTY COOK, PANTHER HALFBACK, MAKES A LONG CAIN AGAINST CARRABELLE. MOOSE

lives. I have seen it. "' JOHN ALBERT HUDSON was the third president of Student M.D., Miami, president-elect; WICINTON, 051, AND DON CURRIE, #29, MOVE DOWNFIELD.

CARE, operating in Vietnam Government Associationand John J. Fomon, M.D. Miami(

since 1954, .eeks$3, 000,000 to Panacea Funeral services for she's dug out a yellowedcopy firstvice-president; Myron Cib"

provide food, clothing fabrics, John Albert Hudson, 19, were of the first Student Gov- bons, Tampa second vice-

medical aid, school supplies, held Saturday at 2:00 P.M. at ernment Association constitu president;H. H. Seller, M.D.,
resettlement tools and other the Panacea Baptist Church. lion and sent it to the school. Tampa, third vice- president)

help needed by the war-weary The Rev. Carlos Allen officiated Mrs. Henry J.; Burkhardt of R. J. Thompson, Tampa, treasurerj \

refugees.In and burial followed in Pan- West Palm Beach (Sue Pope of ; Mrs. Martin Could, ft.

endorsing the CARE cam- acea Cemetery with J. A. Cul- Miami atthetimerecalls) help- Pierce, Secretary.President : .
General said "I ing get'out one of the early issues said
paign, Taylor : ley and Sons in charge of ar Dr. Denham,
have seen CARE and other Am- rangements. of the Flambeau, which that the Society's Florida Divto- .1

erican voluntary agencies wellat Hudson died Friday when the started publication In January, sion now has a membership') ot-
work in Vietnam. Against jack slipped off an automobile 1915, and still is Issued under more ;than'6SOOO.volwtetrl

heavy odds in the midst of a bitter he was working under and crush the same name. whocQldrlb: &time ind service: ,.
:;:' '. .and deadly'conflict, they ed him. He"was a native of A ialachicola i- These and eleven other members in helping conduct the Society"syeasround
carry on the rellef of the bewildered but had lived in Pan- of the Class of 191 will cancer control pro-

the stricken, the hungry acea for a number of years. gather at the well known Wes grams of public and professional
and despairing hordes of re- Surviving relatives Include his cott Fountain and get in con- education, research, patient

fugees. The need grows by the parents, Mr. and Mrs. John E. vertibles to ride at the head of services and the annual educational

t day. The job calls for the sup- Hudson, two brothers, Marvin the Homecoming Parade starting fund-raising Crusade.

, port of all who are moved by and Alvin Hudson, one sister, off the festivities at 3:30 "To further strengthen our fight I I
human suffering.Contributions Hudson and P.M. Friday, November against cancer", Dr. Denham III
Mary Angalo step-
. ;
may be sent to grandfather and grandmother; A banquet at 5i45 P. M. Fri- said, "we hope to enlist the ale
day will have as speaker the
CARE Vietnam Relief, 312 Mr. and Mrs. Barnes Blackmon, of even more men and womet <
Forsyth Building, Atlanta, Geor- all of Panacea. well known Hoosier entertainer, volunteers in the conquest against -
30303. Herb Shriner. The Pow Wow which still takes
gia, Pallbearers were Dennis Al- cancer-
len Roscoe Crum James Taylor and crowning of the Homecoming the lives of more than 9. 700
,
,
Queen will follow at 8:30 "
fellow Floridians annually.
Tucker Tucker -AI -Th
Larry Jerry
LOCAL STUDENT AT and Charles Metcalf. P.M. and there'11 a big showin
Tully Gymnasium at 10t30
MEMPHIS STATE P. M. featuring the folk singers, _
Peter Paul and BAND NEWSBYDouglas
Memphis- One Wakulla COIm- Mary.

ty student is enrolled for the fall LONNIE ARTHUR HUNTER Saturday morning, November WrightLast
Un- 6, there'11 an alumni break-
semester at Memphis State
iversity. Sneads-lonnie Arthur Hunter, fast at 8:00 A.M. an alumni Tuesday the Panther Band

University officials said enroll- 73, a retired foreman with the business meeting at 9 and a fac marched in the North Florida DAVID WILSON, PANTHER QUARTERBACK, TURNS THE CORNER AGAINST
CARRABELLE
ment for the fall term which State Road Department, died ulty-alumni lecture at I0i30 Fa ir parade In Tallahassee. The THEIR 30-6 WIN. BUCKEY FERRELL DRIVES OFF A MULLET PURSUER. IN
approaches 13,000 students, in- Saturday morning at Tallahassee A. M. A barbecue at noon will parade started at four o'clockand
Memorial be followed by the Wake Forest lasted until about fivethirty.
creased more than 2,400 over Hospital.
the same period last year, whet Funeral services were held at game at 2:00 P.M. Final eventIs The parade was very suc- WSCS MEETS

10,600 students enrolled. 2:00 P.M. Sunday at the Mill the Homecoming Dance at cessful, and if you did not attend The Woman's
classes Church of whichhe 9:00 P.M.The really missed some Society of
Fall semester began Spring Baptist you
Christian Service of the Craw-
September27 and will end with was a member. The Rev. A. class of 1915 expects to great bands.
commencement January 29. L. McAlphin: officiated. BurIal participate in most of the events Friday night the Band plans to fordville Methodist Church held

Classes for spring semester begin followed in Pope Cemetery.ClarkSmithMorgan and Mrs. Warren has asked that Dixieland Show at the their regular monthly meetingat
February 10.Thisfall'necord. Funeral members allowed to lead the ballgame. The numbers will the church on Tuesday, Oct-
grand march at the Dance. ober 19. They had as their!
Down Yonderin
of consist of
breaking enrollment Home was In charge arrange-
the
guests members of the Sop-
State includes New Orleans'1, "When the
at Memphis ments.
choppy, S. C. S. and members
students from 47 states Surviving relatives include his ASC COMMITTEEMAN Saints Go Marching Ift", and from the Tallahassee
District
An- widow Mrs. Cleo Hunter !"Little ". ,
countries.
and 31 foreign ,
W. S. C. S.
other increase of over 2,000 students Sneads; a daughter, Mrs. Lou- EARNS SERVICE AWARDMr. W. cordially Invite you all A
is expected next year and venla Moore Crawfordvlllej; out Friday night at eight o'clock very interesting program was
J. K. Moore ASC County given presided over the
by
20,000 students are expected by two stepsons, Robert E. Whit- Committeeman ,was awardeda sharp and enjoy the game as Crawfordville President Mrs.
1969. tington, Sneads, Harold Whit- well as the show. ,
certificate of service during Ed Levy. Those
The student is Daniel Isaiah tington, Nlcevillei; one brother, the State Conference of ASC See you there I Mrs. Eugene participatingwere Blake District
-
of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hunter Quincy one sister
Corley, son Joe ; Committeemen and ASCS office Recording Secretary from
Corley, Route One, Sopchoppy.: Mrs. Susie Josey, Climax,
Ca. grandchildren and employees held In Naples, Tallahassee) Mrs. George Staf-
eight 1
several) great-grandchildren. Florida, recently. Mr. Moore APALACH SEAFOOD ford; Mrs. Jesse Baker; Mrs.
received a "Certificate of Service" Guy Thomas, District Campus
FESTIVAL SUCCESS
from Emery Williams, Ministry, and Mrs. Macon Rudd,
BAND BOOSTERS
Chairman of the ASC State Apalachicola Second Sea- President of the Sopchoppy: So-

MEETING I HELD WEDDING PLANS OF MISS Committee, for having com- food Festival was termed a huge ciety.A .

pleted ten years service as an success last Saturday, as hundreds salad course was served by x n' ,
The Crawfordville Band Boos- LUCINDA SUE TUCKER ASC County Committeeman.The came to hear Secretary of the Crawfordville members "rf.I I

ters Club met Tuesday night at certificate was presented State Tom Adams address the Present were Mrs. Guy Thomas -
Miss
the school.: Lucinda Sue Tucker of during special ceremonies at the gathering. and Mrs. Eugene Blake from
Band Director Skip West reported Crawfordville will be marriedto conference.ASC .
the Tallahassee Mrs. Macon Rudd
Following speaking a seafood ; ,
that the unit did well at John H. Daniel, III, of Craw- Committeemen have the dinner was served. Mrs. Ralph Brown, Mrs. Flori- AS SEEN BY THE TELEPHOTO LENS, "FERDINAN", THE LONE-

the North Florida Fair Parade in fordville, on October 30, at responsibility of administeringat The festivities got underwayat da Roberts, Mrs Lydia Isler, SOME BULL FEATURED BY THE CRAWFORDVILLE SCHOOL

Tallahassee.Mrs. seven-thirty In the evening at the local level the farm "actIon" 10(30 with a parade through Mrs Majesty Strickland, Mrs. BAND. THE LEGS BELONG TO DESMOND TUCKER AND ED-

Dorothy Miller president the First Baptist Church in Craw- programs of the U. S. De- downtown Apalachlcola.: The CoLlie. Rudd.. Mrs. Vassle Roberts WARD PEARCE.

reported that there are 72 fordville. ,The Reverend S. A. partment of Agriculture. These Chapman High School Band and Mrs.. Jesse; Baker all of
band parents who should be act- Coxwell will officiate. programs play an important role School Sopchoppy. The Crawfordville MISS HfLEN GRJNDROO
Sopchoppy: High were SOAP DRIVE IS ON
The bride is the daughter of
ive In the Band Boosters Club. in the conservation and devel- members Mrs.
featured In the parade.Congre..man attending were
The purpose of the club is toassist Mrs. Ralph O. Robertson, 2921 opment of local soil and water Don Fuqua actedas Ed Levy, Mrs. Charles Davis, Miss Helen Crlndrod, age 86, The Crawfordville Future
the children who are act Mock Drive, Tallahassee. The resources and In stabilizing the Mrs. C. L. Rehwinkel Mrs. of 208 Carl King Avenue, Lan-
Master of Ceremonies and Introduced Homemakers of America have
ive In the band. groom lithe son of Mr. and Mrs.J. farm ark Village, died at her home
through
economy price
Mabel Pearce Mrs.
a host of dignitaries, George started* Soap Drive for child-
H. Daniel Jr. of Crawford-
the last
Those attending meeting support and production adJustment Stafford Wednesday morning.
Including former Senator Scott Mrs. Henry Smith, ren in Vietnam.
voted to have a banner made so ville. activities.BIRTH She had been a resident of
Mrs. Thomas Crawford Mrs.
and Congressman W. D. Kathy Hogue, a member of
Kelly
The bride will be in
given Lanark
that the band would be easily Charles Dawson and Mrs. Village for the past ten the
"BillMatthews.. John Crawfordville Club asks
Identified at marriage by stepfather, here from ,
parades. years, moving New
the Paullg. that those who will
SecretaryAdamstold to
Ralph O. Robertson. people please
Members at the meeting were Thebride' York. She was born in Englandand
of the plans for increasingthe bring anytime between
attendant will be sopa
Mrs. Nell Russ Mrs. Bobble Mrs. retired
was a telephone sup
ANNOUNCEMENTSgt. use of seafood, particularlymullet. October 22 and October 29 to
Wright, Mrs. Kathryn Strick-,, Beverly Roberts of Tallahassee.The ervisor.
her at the school send \
or to her
land, Mrs. Dot Na worth, Mrs. best man will be Don Mac- DANCE AT C'VILLE Miss Crindrod's body was flownto
Rostie of Gainesville. and Mrs. A. P. Whaley, Platform guests Included State address, Box 183, Crawfordville.
Golden Mrs. Ralph Bronx New York for funeral
Johnnie Virginia -
,
Oliver and John Jr., announce the birth of a baby officials, as well as county and GYM FRIDAY NIGHT Many such drives have been
Kelghtley, and Mrs. Dot Mil- Dayton Spearsof services and burial last Fri-
Jo Ann born October local officials. taking place throughout the
Crawfordville will serve as girl, ,
ler. day In the Femcliff .
The
ushers. 15th at Tallahassee Memorial The art exhibit was viewed by Juniors are sponsoring a Cemetery.R. country.M .
I L. Funeral Home of
The reception will be given by Hospital. She weighed 6 pounds, many during the morning, sponsored dance Friday night after the Carrabelle Riley
was in of
the Art football game. I charge ar
11-1/2 by LeMoyne
I
Mr. ounces.
and Mrs.
O. '
Ralph Robertson
-
Florida'i pop u la r vote his Music will furnished rangements.
and Foundation.A by Bill
Mr.
at the home of the Her grandparents are a J 0 r portions of six fill-
newlyweds Survivors her niece
lone Republican four times in are Mrs.
Corbett
presidential In Crawfordville. Friends Mrs. Emmett Whaley of Craw : fly-In brought many guests and the Morbid Souls. I, !length motion pictures have beenat
majorities were elections Herbert Collecting Hoover and relatives of the couple are fordville and Mr. and Mrs. A. I to the affair and it was reportedthe Admissions 75* drag and SOt I M. B. Zulch, Norwich Mr. Conn., Florida Cypress Garden
andanephew Thomas
Richard Nixon and Dwight D. Invited to attend the P. Whaley of Charleston, S. C. local airport had many stag. also the scene of some 1000
wedding
Eisenhower Itw4>".i, and reception. ,"' i planes parked on Its apron. Everyone please come I IIo. Bennett York. of Long Island, New, subjects newsreels and 350 movie short





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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS CONCERNING THE SCHOOL TAX
2 "WA1IJUA COUNTY NKW8 Sell KNAPP SHOES full or part Earl Wright Makes NOTICE DISTRICT MILLACE ELECTION TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY I
time. Earn $25 to $150 week ,
a
. 'l'HURSUA'OCTOBEM, 2/. 11/S' on high commissions and boD"" Ladles Look Corny NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the Board of County Commissioners NOVEMBER 2, 1965

y -.- Steady year-rouadbusiness. and Love It of Wakulla County have appointed the following persons to
." Equipment furnished free. Write serve as election officials for the General Election to be held on HOW IMPORTANT IS THE SCHOOL DISTRICT MILLACE ELECTION -
WAKULLA" to J. C. Clayton, Knapp Shoes, 'I': ,' the 2nd day of November 1965 WHICH IS SET FOR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2?
Brockton! Mass. .f Answeri This November school millage election is most impoit-
COUNTY NEWS 2t1I4,18.FOR River Slain Mrs Mary Chapman, Clerk and. Voters will have the opportunity to decide what

Mrs Jackie Spears direction they wish our schools to take. The number of

Ttl...lMM W A..... 411 Mrs Ethel Raker Strickland qualified teachers, materials for Instruction, class sire,
SAID Large fuel oil heater hI Mrs Robert: sufficient library books and accreditation are involved.
with electric blower. Also Ivan Mrs Lencle Spears, Clerk'
e 55-gallon tank. Contact CX Mrs. Iris Russ WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO VOTE \
tie Elderkln Stone Crawford-I All electors residing within the district
Mrs Mildred Spears Answers qualified whose
XrtctllrrFrd ... .. .. 611tw
VlricUU :
1028.RIlVOIR I t.j Mrs. Edith Allen voting registration Is In the district, who pay a tax on
real or personal property within the district.
ItelPt, __. PablklierEnUrtd Spring Creeks Mrs. Elsa Forbes, Clerk
-- Mrs. Docia Hodge HOW ARE FLORIDA SCHOOLS FINANCED?

: at CravfwdvttU. Florida : electric sewing machine Mrs. Sybil Clover Answer Largely by the State Minimum Foundation Program and
in console cabinet Mrs Mattie Lee Oaks the local or ad valorem tax.
M second clan matter. SuWrip I I like new by property
Bews forward and ........-AH Arrant Mrs. Marie Hendron, Clerk. WHAT IS THE MINIMUM FOUNDATION PROGRAM
tion arHENRY
per
J&i&jp jr attachments for making but
Mrs. Carrie
Harvey
tonbolea, dg-tagflng and fancy Naiworth Answer The Minimum Foundation Program is the core of financial -
stitch designs. Puliy guaran Mrs.George Debra Pelt I support for Florida Schools. The State and the 67
1 1. teed. Can be seen in your ...... I counties, cooperatively, support the program. The total
WILLIAMS I Make eight monthly payments a C-villei Mrs. Lauvenla Moore, Clerk ; cost of the program is determined by the number of
of $4J1 or will discount for .j Mrs. Ollie Barrow pupils. The counties collectively provide 25 per cent
REALTY cash. Write: Credit Manager Mrs. Lena Harvey of the cost of the total program. The State assumes
123 B. Clearwater Road Largo Henry Vause the other 75 per cent.
I
.JTorlda.
I'RIg. .O Sopchoppyt Mrs. Annie Lee Simmons. Clerk Each county's cost Is calculated by multiplying its Index

Real Estate Broker ,, Luther Kilgore of Taxpaving Ability times the share of all the-
LEGAL NOTICEIn Two years ago Earl Wrightwas Freeman Plgott counties. Each county's index of Taxpaying Ability is
St. Narks the of lawn
Flo.I owner a mower
Mrs. Thalmage Crum which is a measure of that
figure
County Judge's Court, factory trying to sell his own a percentage county -
Phone 74I Wakulla County, Florida. I design for a dust collecting Mrs. Joyce C. Plgott, Alternate '. ability to pay taxes to support schools locally. The

ESTATE of JOHN W. FORREST, machine to a grinding mill. He Smith Creek Mrs. Myrtle Brown, Clerk sum of these Indices of the 67 locally uals 100 per
REAl ESTATE ALL TYPES Deceased. did not make that sale. Insteadhe Mrs. Alma Langston cent. What taxes support schools --- Only
discovered the newest face Mrs.Helen Kyle real and tangible personal property taxes can be assess-
Associate NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo powder in over 2,000 years. Mrs. Minnie Lee Langston ed, collected, and used for schools within a)167 counties -
: All Persons Having Claims covered Why an Index of Taxpaying Ability --- The State
I. M. Hatcher, Sr. or Demands Against Said Estate Panacea Durwood Vause., Clerk uses the Index of Taxpaying Ability due to the nonuni-
cobs had
corn "complexionsthat
up Richard Kllnk
between counties
Phone M 6-3201 You and each of you are here- would put a Hollywood Forbes Goodman Clay form assessment practices
by notified and required to file starlet to ahame" he collected Benjamin Metcalf The M.F.P. was established as minimum program. It
any claims and demands which samples of the dust and asked was never intended to provide all the necessary costs of
If You Need. his wife and her friends to test Medart Mrs. Viola Tully Clerk .
you, or either of you, may education. Each county was left with the obligation to
it face
powder.
as a
e Ofticc&upplies have against said estate in the In seeking a patent he discovered Mrs. Verdie Eubanks provide, additionally, for Its youth according to the vision .
S liusinefea Machines office of Hon. George L. Har- that: Dr. Cleveland l I Mrs. bode Carter and ability of the parents and citizens.
per, County Judge of Wakulla White, of the Stritch School of IraWhaley
e Office FurnitureSMwCall HOW IMPORTANT IS THE LOCAL PROPERTY OR AD VALOREM
County, at his office lathe Medicine of Loyola University St. Marks Mrs. Luther Franklin, Clerk ?
AND SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT
j Court House-in Crawfordvllle, (Chicago) had long used corn Mrs. Myrtle Shields TAJC)
Florida within six calendar cob powder as a skin medica Mrs. Dewy Bishop Answer This tax provides the only means by which Florida citizens
RANEY WHALEYat
months from the time of the tion. Its high rate of absorb- Mrs. Bertie CogglnsWakulla can provide better than minimal educational advantages -

first publication of this notice. ency takes that up moisture microorganisms so completely : Mrs. Pauline Weatherlngton, Clerk for the children of their county.A .
Each claim demand
CAPITAL OFFICE' or must beinwrltingend are deprived of the media they Mrs. Sara Meador 20 mill constitutional limit is placed on the amount of
contain the
place need to grow. Mrs. Edna Lovett real and tangible personal tax which be
EQUIPMENT CO. property may
residence
and office address
; post -
After two years of testing Mrs. Maude Core of
levied for the current operation schools. The full 20
I Sll South AdtMs St. of the claimant and must Mr. Wright has sold both his
Corner E. PaeaeolaTALLAHASSEE be sworn to by the claimant, dust collecting device and his Newport: Mrs. Marie Drake, Clerk mills have been levied in Wakulla for the past: several
FLORIDA his agent or attorney, or the corn cob powder. Shulton, Inc. O. Z. Lambert years. The Florida Constitution does not place any limit -
I same shall be void. will market the powder nationally Offie B. Crantham on the millage which may be levied for either the
Ill Floy F. CaNunAdministratrix under the name of "Corn Mrs. Willis S. Ladd municipalities or the county government. It is not known
Silk". He says it is absolutely whether such a discrimination was determined by adult
'--- c.t. a. of the free of artificial color I and is Vereenf. Plnkey Miller, Clerk political expediency or a sense of earlier values.
LimN SEPTIC TANKSSERVICa4 Estate of John W. Forrest therefore suitable for all com i Cene Miller
... I Fishback, Davis, Dominick & plexions. He does claim that h its Otis Langston HOW MUCH IS A MILL?
Troutman high absorbency' makes it more Tommy ThomasNOTICE Answen A mill Is one tenth of a penny. The .millage to be recommended
ot 170 East Washington Street effective than other powders in to voters at the election (5 mills) is equi-
Clean soaking skin oils and keep-
Orlando Florida up I valent of
ing the shine off the face. $5.00 for each $1,000 of assessed valuation.

*Repair Attorneys for Administratrix, So it appears that many HOW HAVE THE CITIZENS OF WAKULLA COUNTY SUPPORTED
New Installation c.t.a. years later, that grinding mill PREVIOUS-SCHOOL ISSUES
The Best For Lest 4t1014.21,28,114.STEVE. will be using his device to collect -
corn cob dust. for face Answen In the elections of 1961 and 1963 the citizens have con
TelephoneTallahassee- powder. sistently voted a 10 mill district levy.

877-1773 WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE COUNTY SCHOOL
TAX AND THE DISTRICT SCHOOL TAX? ;
after
6:00: p.m.OPPORTUNITY I '
REV ELL Answen Actually the local property or ad valorem tax is divided -

IT IS REQUESTED OF ALL REGISTERED Into two categories with two different sets of con
trols: despite the fact the same taxpayers are involved:
A FULL TIME AND COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE VOTERS IN WAKULLA COUNTY FOR THEM 1, The County School Tax

This tax constitutes the proceeds derived from the
i TO BRING THEIR TAX RECEIPT TO THE assessment and collection of a tax of not IPSS than
ss FINANCING ARRANGED AT 5 1/4% three mills or more than ten mills on the dollar oi
POLLING PLACE TO BE SURE OF THEIR all taxable POI sty in the county for the support
ANY TYPE HOME BUILT Ort( YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE of the public schools.
RIGHT TO VOTE IN THE MILEAGE EL-
O los The mill I
O SERVING WAkULLA cairn AND TIE OMSTAL AREA levy on the County School Tax is set
I' ECTION. by the Board of Public Instruction

s YU4-2601 YU4-T435 102-219) 2. The District School !ax THIS IS WHAT THE

ANY REGISTERED VOTER IN THE COUNTRY ELECTION IS ABOUT!

PANACEA FLORIDALET I This levy may vary from 0-10 mills. It is presently -
I Ir. MAY CAST HIS OR HER VOTE FOR set at 10 mills, however, the school board recognizes -
I US BUY OR SELL FOR YOU that
property re-evaluation must take place
I a future with well known I ; THE AMENDMENTS AND THE SCHOOL TRUSTIES and is reducing the amount: for which it is asking

Midwest Manufacturing Firm. I 1 from a 10 mill levy to a 5 mill levy this election.
We-are now offering exclusive NO FLORIDIANS LEGISLATIVE MAKE-VP THE CHILDREN OF WAKULLA COUNTY DESERVE I
dlftrlbutonhlps for a patented EDUCATIONAL
I!.fxoduct. No competition No one from Florida has ever Florida's state legislature during 1965 STATUTE, CHAPTER (100 PARAGRAPH 100 THE AVERAGE FOR SUPPORT AT LEAST EQUAL TO
will the 1965'session Included 112 THE STATE. THEREFORE,
Factory trained personnel served as speaker 'of the U.S. THE
assist you In setting up a tried House of Representatives. Leading in the House' and 43 In the Sen. 241 AND 100251. BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION IS ASKING
and proven advertising and mer- state to supply men \in this it e. The House had 102 Democrats THAT THE PEOPLE OF WAKULLA COUNTY
chandillng program. 100 post has been Massachusetts and 10 Republicans while VOTE FOR A 5 MILL DISTRICT LEVY.
mark up. Investment guaranteed. with eight including the incum the Senate had 41 Democratsand NEWMAN R. HARPER
Minimum Investmen bent, Honorable John W. McCor- two Republicans.)
$1,000. Maximum $14,000All mack. SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS

replies confidential. Fo: DRAWING CARDA HfAKI/LLA/ COUNTYCRAWFORDVILLE
information write Director 01 Spanish moss as seen a' Flor I
Marketing, P. O. Box 14049, central Florida attraction. ida's Cypress Gardens and other < FLA.hJsBH.
St. Louis, Missouri 63178. Cypress Gardens, draws 1\'a places about the state is a close
UNITED MARKETING COM- million visitors each year-some relative of the commercial pine
PANY 6285 Baitmer Avenue 250,000 more than the Statue of apple. I
St. Louis, Mo. 63130. Liberty according to figures

i4tc-8/12-ll/U.. __ furnished by the National Parks --0--

Service. GLANCE :1:

TalUhsMr BtuiMM' Firms r
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DIRECTORYPaiornto FLORIDA GOLFERS-One-week package trip to Bermuda t
(Nov. 1 to March 15): ) combines play at a choice of C

six A-1 courses with transportation, hotel, breakfasts and

Thefte Advertisers dinners. Variety of accommodations offered by seven leading

hotels with "all-in" rates beginning at $249 (7 days, 6 nights)

from Miami, via British Overseas Airways Corp. Golfing in
Bermuda reaches peak in winter months. Most big tournaments
F R M scheduled then.
Little Folks Store, -
rev O. I.
GRAMLING
Is*. FURNESS LINES'
QUEEN OP
BERMUDA lists
FEEDS The Capitals three Because
Majors for Minors"CAiUrm's & CO. 1966 Caribbean cruises from Port Everglades, Fort Lauder- Americans care
Fumitwt. r 1JfP. dale. First one departs Jan: 28 for 10-day voyage with stopsat ,

Flint River Baby Gam*Atotttorif* Me6
11011 8. Mills 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-114 Feed Seed T Fertilizer $300. Second leaves Feb. 8 for 13 days, with calls at San
Monroe
-Ph. 223.021. '- Poultry SuppliesGarden Juan, St. Thomas, St. Vincent, Trinidad Curacao and
Port-au-Prince, with rates our help appreciated?
starting at $390. Third cruise Hero's your answer: a boy
Tools leaves Feb. 22 for 14 days with stops at St Thomas, St m Indm, sharing his cup of CARE milk with his little
S.Adap at SJLLJLR.Phone : Martin, Trinidad. Martinique, Aruba, Kingston and Nassau brother.
1 Baker-Afford Co.: tx.edag rates begin at 5420. Hungry as they are, children and grownupsall I

"TA. Peres Ijara" 222-4112 -e- over the world are sharing gifts of U.S. farm abun- I

Aawq for roar'aato, trabk ORIENT SI-DAY SEA-AIR TOUR from $2,740 departs dance sent by Americans through CARE. Could there I
Lifkt Wfifkt sal R.f1J4.. or tractor. AIM for rw piwi San Francisco several times in 1966 via American President be a truer Of
, ContrtltHanson 1l1ooJc!:.", Uwnmower.1Io.t. and much for Jwn Lines to Japan with unusually comprehensive sightseeing way showing thanks? Share our plenty, I
tours, then on by jet to 10 they u turn can share
Wood and SOS N. Adams 8t pfc IIS-U8O Hong Kong. Bangkok, Singaporeand your kindness Every dollar
Noel lad; Inc. Australia. Finally a Matson cruise via Noumea. FIJI, jfeUvers a Food Crusade package in I
Capital 1 Samoa, and your name
8. Adams St at 4-PoinU Stone Co Hawaii back to San Francisco. See your travel _, -
agent. (Four Winds Travel tour). --- -- -- -
TEL S22-U49 P. 0. Sox i MI -1nee18:08.:
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i CARE f
MARBLE GRANITE:, HOUSE OF TRAVEL of N. Y. offers "Grand Opera FOOD CRUSADE
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Tour" to Europe next spring via Irish International Airlines 660F' Ave New

s MEMORIALSCautery Mary Ellis Pelts archivist of the Metropolitan Opera Aunt, I or your lW ESicl00''S? '' m

'Yeajw, stn IT X/ AU f"... to lead tour. Scheduled to leave May 20 from N. Y. the Here is S
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sot TT. Gaines St -TW. ttl071lWalter Itinerary will cover eight countries In 33: days Members -- to.send ffod$ packages to thc needy.

be.S14 F, Boekaa, Mgr, attend opera performances In Dublin, Stockholm, Paris, From: ____
Copenhagen, Vienna. Dusseldorf. Amsterdam, Aldenburgh J
.1-- eat s...". and Gyyndebourne, England. Personal meetings with Euro-

8. Adams. It:..-:T.L JJI.44IO pean opera artists. Inclusive rates start at $2,735. -....- -


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Halloween Treats THURSDAY. OCTOBEtffi{ ,I t'f.'

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Here's a handy new way to SOCIAL SECURITY

prepare for the trick-or-treat- INFORMATION
er.. Instead of having each
Mu costumed visitor dip Into an CRArYFORDYILLE SCHOOL ALUMNI One of the major change
unorganized mess of cookies II made by the Social Security
and candies, give him an individual Amendments of 1965 was the
GARNET AND COLORED
rt Halloween "pack- establishment of a health Insurance -
age" AW mm program for those age
First decide what you wantto 65 and older. There are two

Include in each package. parts In the health insurance.

s'r Cookies, candles small toys program.
One is hospital Insurance,
and pennies are all popular
which will help pay the bill
with the young ghosts goblins -
and witches. when a person is hOspitalized.
The other of health insurance
part
Next tear off a square of
I is medical
aluminum to comfortably foil cover large all enough your ORDER YOUR CORSAGE FOR THE BIG NIGHT Insurance supplementary to help pay the bill
for doctor's services and certain
giveaways Bundle thepack-
t I Mk age up twist it into a ball HOMECOMING GAME NOV. 15 other medical u.
t The medical insurance -
e program
and you're ready for the first
is voluntary. This added
doorbell ring
protection will cost people $3
Once have determinedthe
you a month if they decide to en-
size foil need
proper you
roll. The Federal Government
you can turn out a full night'spackages
In less than an hour. WILL DELIVER TO SCHOOL LUNCHROOM will pay an equal amount. A
receiving monthly social
Soon you'11 be known as the person
security benefits will have this
OF STATE TOM ADAMS, THE PRINCIPAL SPEAKER AT LAST SATURDAY'S APALACHICOLA house with the personal touch. $3 a month deducted from his

SEAFOOD FESTIVAL, ADDRESSED HIS REMARKS.TO SOME S,000PEOPLE WHO ATTENDED -I FRIDAY BY 6PM monthly benefit. .
THE SECOND ANNUAL EVENT. Most people do not have to visit -
the social security office to
1 qualify for protection under the

An antique and classic car i hospital and medical insurancprograms.
the Florida I A person over 65 receiving -
meet iponsored by THE COUNTRY FLOWER SHOP
FUNERAL HOME
n. K RILEY I Region. Classic Car Club of social security or rail
Embalmer & Funeral Director America, 1. held each year all I 12/2/ S. MONROE ST. roadretirementbenefiuwi11lutomatically -
1
i Licensed Florida' Cypress Garden qualify for hospital
TALLAHASSEE insurance. An application card
Phone 697-3366
for medical Insurance benefits
.
FLA. LESTER AND CALLIE CROSS, OWNERS has already been mailed them.
CARRABELLE
A leaflet expla fining both of

"24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" Florida gained four U.S. congressmen BEULAH BLANTON, ASSOCIATELORIDA these programs was Included.
-from eight to 12 People over 65 receiving pub
SERVING WAKULLA COUNTY between 1950 and 1960 due to lic assistance payments will receive -
population based congressional Information from the Wel-
I apportionment. fare Department concerning
hospital insurance benefits procedures -
for enrollment for supplementary *
medical insurance.A .

Easy-to-make Holloween decorations I, person should visit his social

The Most Talked About..The Most Unusual... are great fan for the \ security office if he is over age
65 and has worked under social
whole materials
family use
The Most Needed Knife in but has
America close at STATE security never applied
for benefits. An application for

monthly social security benefits
I FRIDAY & SATURDAY, will alto be an application for
I TODAY THRU. SAT. hospital insurance. Those who

eI r band.e "HOW TO MURDER wish to enroll in the medical
YOUR WIFE" insurance program will be advised -

CUTS FROZEN I FOODS I and of what they must do.
"HAVE A WILD WEEKEND"MARRIACE People who will be 65 or over

ITALIAN STYLE and by January 1, 1966, but have
lever worked under social: security -
Greatest Gift Idea Ever!
Saturday Morning at 1OOO "ROME ADVENTURE"FREE should visit a social security
12" LONG HALLOWEEN district office 'by March 31,
AMERICAN MADE STAINLESS STEEL
*
KIDDIE SHOW 1966. They will be given Information
Your f Sponsored by Radio about the health Insurance -

tt Use the Station WMEN program as well as the
nickel
opportunity enroll for supplementary -
Use flee
SAW EDGE
t
WAYEO EDGE treat to I medical Insurance pro-
tt eel frelea Reels, I PiRRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN tection.
ttrkef brasses, stale tt tun terktf, slice UNICEFat. Most benefits under both programs -
fish, eft. .eat, (real, ttletalls$, OUTDOOR ON WOODVJll HWY. will become effective
.
tleest, att. July 1, 1966. People are cautioned -
Halloweenfills Today. thru Sat. not to cancel any health
Today, Fri. G Sat. nsurance they presently have
Mailed anywhere in the U.S.A., Postage Paid_ his i
And it's all purpose The waved because of this new program.
I This Is the most amazing knife .y edge carves turkey and roasts } McHALE'S NAVY JOINS
r! In America Even an electric .q + like a dream. Slices fresh bread, cupwith "THE ART OF LOVE"
I cheese vegetables pineapple milk THE AIR FORCE"and
knife will not cut through froz i
en foods but the American Ic everything. 12" long. Hardwood r and
made double edge, Miracle handle. Stainless steel blade never for "THE ROUNDERS"and BASEBALL GAME AT
Knife zips through food pack needs sharpening. 25 days "ONCE A THIEF" FLORIDA STATETallahassee

ages wrapper and all. HAIL COUPON IODAY and "LOLITA" Oct. 24 Florida

The deep Mw edge cuts I "THE ROUSTABOUT" State will hold an alumni baseball -
cuts frozen meats fish SEND CASH, CHECK OR MONEY ORDER. (am*her this Saturday afternoon -
baked good, etc No I No C.O.D's. Mailed anywhere In the U.S.A. Oct. 30, with proceed
i ,
wasteful I
more thawing
Cut off what you need :r I WKULLA COUNTY NEWS going toward lighting Seminole
Put the rest still frozn CHAWFORDVILLI FLORIDA field.
back In the freezer: | The Alumni will play FSU1
Disjoints chickens Buy Several Send ...... miracle knives at $2 each. vanity at li30P.M.
scales fish too at This I All but one of FSU's seven All

r Low Price I Name. NOTICE \0iericani expected to partIcipate -

Including two major
Use the I Address.. .. .. .. .. SPECIALS FRL SAT, MON. AM 11J. leaguers shortstops Dick Howler -

Net Sold !inHardware PRONGED 01 the Clevelrnd Indians and
ilP I City.-..... Woody Woodward of the Atlanta -

Dept. Stores or< like I fork I! State. .. Zip No. Howser Braves was a two-time All

MAXWELL American for FSU In 1957-58.

1 1w. w HOUSE79COFF Woodward made the squad In
1963. Other All Americans are

Jack Dull, 1961, Buddy Teagle
( E 1962, Mike Augustine 1963
and Ken Suarez 1964. Bob
.. LBe WI Clam, a 1959 choice, Is not
expected for the game.
SALE Coaching the alumni team
-GRAND SLAM will be Bill McCtotha, Sports

Fresh Grade A FRYERS, lb. '29c crat Editor, of and the Cy Tallahassee Leonard of Demo-Garcia

'i Restaurant In Tallahassee. .
T-RONE STEAK lb. 69c "We're making an all-out effort -
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IF YOU 1 1965 ElCamino $2295 1963 Mercury. $1645 to put light on our baseball
field for this
a:000 mili. VI eutomaue tram 4 dear. loaded red air ooadturned. > In time season
mlMlon, ncl1o.I..r tot pow.r says FSU coach Fred Hat-
CAN'T SWING brakes PORK .CHOPS. cut jb. 49c field. 'These former FSU ballplayers
are donating their timeto

A NEW 1963 Corvair. $1395 1964 Ford. $1995 SWIFTS come up and help us. It I
Convertible eoupe with r.dlo. Oe1aJde ice I door Hardtep, r. PORK SAUSAGE LB. ROLL ijgtfbfop I shows the type of spirit we have
IwiMr tad utemauoloo tranaa/a dio, .heater and "tom.1Ie a- heN at Florida State. "
CAR miutoo. f.U' one ....r. >- Hatlh says that he will
inUeaa'a
e I aDOHT
N FANCY GRAHAMS make an appearance lathe
rEEL BLOT Pick: one of 14 .oz. 49*
our like aew teed ear V* 1963 Chevrolet $1395 lame.
Cot the eroam of the tot Jaaj Admission will be $1.00 for
urn*. and .. a price jrou'U last 4 door standard shift with radio both students and general pub
and heater. BAMA PEACH
it a twritla PERSERVES 12 oz. 25* lic.
LOOK AT THESE 1960 Oldsmobile $595
4 door with radio hotter and
.....maUi trtasnuealoa., ORANGES .
1965 VW $1595 DOZ. 59
1964 Impala $2495 I e.er.wita radio, bettor. lowmltot There has never been a U.S.
VI 1 tool part eou e with. ,radio Hke new BANANAS resident or vice-president from
2 Ibs. 25c
1III. Ioe.heater tad aMomttte truu I . I lorida The moat president -

10 have come from New

1964 .Chevelle $1895 1964 Monza $1795 1962 Chevrolet $1595 SHOP HERE .FOR-YOI1D York. while Virginia and Ohio
with 4 to the floor. Turbo VI 1 door Hardtop wetb radio ire tied with seven vlce-presl-
MaSSe S-door Hardtop VS*toad order: hotter, mtomtui trinomleetoa
.
aid shift. ra II. FALL GARDEN SUPPLIESAND

1963 Ford $1195 HUNTING SUPPLIES -0norida' -
1960 Plymouth $495 4 tth hotter, ouu.mttto .
door
1963 VW . $995 1960 popular vote
MIll utonutte trana- +mmlam, tow anal.lmfplap.
VI 4 door
Ftek .p kw mU... eoe ewwr, radio sad heator. &at lee ...... .u. lave John F Kennedy 748,700
aice.
ballots and Richard Nixon. 7Jr-

Adams-1414 S. Monroe SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVE _.71 ballots. .
327 N.
2 Lots To Serve You- -0--


PIGOTT.SS STORE A* s with over a u.ou.
uses
CO. land the Coconut Pa1n
CHEVROLET MEDART e .
ALFORD II'
Mca at Florida Cymes
:ardlna la often hate
f I the 10 moat ImportedSECRETARY
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4 -- rtlimtY NBWSj'- ; own Halloween costumes this a piece of cardboard for the around the base with a pencil from black paper or artificial I
., THURSDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1985 year from common household brim, keeping the circle about and cut this oval piece flowers can be added as a ,
." ,I materials 3 In. wider than the base of out of the brim. Cover both decorative touch. A dark raincoat I

Which Witch I Here are some tips for putting the cone. the brim and the cone with or other dark coat will
together the perfect Place the cone In the center aluminum foil, securing It keep the youthful witch warm
Has a New Hat? witch's hat. Start with a large of the cardboard circle and with plastic mending tape. and set off the wlerd shine of
I head-fitting cardboard cone i squeeze It slightly so that the Fit the cone Into the brim his hatVisit
Your young witches and and secure the edges with base becomes oval to fit your tape the two together and the
hobgoblins can make their J Jr tape. Cut a large circle out of youngster's head. Next, trace hat la complete. Stars cut .

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WAKULIA COUNTLAN WRICHT ALEXANDER IS SHOWN
M ING COTTON IN THE COUNTY. HIS CROP CONSISTED
1 PICK-I
I / PLANT THAT HE GREW BESIDE HIS SERVICE STATION.
REPORTER DID NOT FIND OUT IF HE COT A FEDERAL .


FARMERS ASKED 1'0 SEND
SOPCHOPPy NEWS
IN SS NUMBERS
BY Louise C. Sapp

Farmers who are re c e hlnf ,I The Lions Club held their regular
payments In connection will meeting In the cafe last

participation in farm action Monday night, October 18, with
1 programs are being asked to let pod attendance. Visitors In-
the ASCS County Office know : past president of the Car-
what their Social Security num- rabelle
Lions Club, J. M.
i bers
are. ;Mike) Harlen, Wesley F. Carter -
According to Mr. J. K. Moore, from Cobb Junior High
Chairman, Agriculture Stabli- School and O. Z. Roberts from
zatlonand Conservation County Kate Sullivan School. Carter
Committee, a form requesting and Roberts are members of the
this information A "Request for Capital Lions Club In Tallahassee. -
Identifying Number Farmer" .
together with a postagepaid
envelope has been mailed to Miss June Roberts and Mrs.
'each known producer who receives Delma Roberts returned home
program payments, to be Sunday after spending the week-
filled in and re turn e d to the end visiting Mrs. Roberts' daughter -
t ASCS County Office as soon as and family, Mr. and Mrs.,
convenient.He | In Tallahassee.
I J. J. Hodge I
explained that, beginning
tI p January 1, 1966, the Identify Mrs. Louise Sapp returned
I ing Social Security numbers home after attending the funeral -
of relative in
will be entered on payment- a Quitman,
last weekend.
Georgia
drafts ,
to producers, and they
I will also be used by the Department Homecoming was held at the
of Agriculture In reporting -
Sopchoppy High School last fri-
such payments to the day night with the hometown
Internal Revenue Service. Such Yellow Jackets meeting the

identifying numbers now appearon Chattahoochee Yellow Jackets.It .
: all reports of Income-pay I was a close all the
; game way
j. '. ments -- such bank interest
'1. : as with the visiting Jackets com
,.: < :. ; dividends, etc. -- made by the ing out on top 76. Chatta-

.... ..<, .. .
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--_ &,. ._,, ...,;,,., under the Internal Rev- when
quarter Jim Cantley
r enue Code. Intercepted a pass and went 20yards
Any questions about this mat- for the score. He also:
ter should be taken up with the kicked the extra point for the
ASC County Committee.'CRAWFORDVlllE slim victory. After the halftime -



Bank Free At The L. S.D. HIGH 1965 last Kathy year's Homecoming ceremonies Whetstone queen,was Queen Mrs.when crowned Linda Miss by


SCHOOL MENU FOR (Thomas) Camp Sopchoppy
I NEXT WEEK scored on a 15-yard pass from
quarterback Me Jones to
-. and get computer accuracy too! Eloise Harvey, Manager Tommy Posey. rwyn The run for the

_Monday extra point failed. DonnIe
Meat aISpanish Crum, Sopchoppy linebacker
Sauce was the game's outstanding
Cream defensive worker. He made 17
Style Corn
Harvard Beets unassisted tackles and 3 assists.
Fruit Cocktail One Sopchoppy touchdown was
1 calledback because of a penalty. -
.is Bread
The Lewis State Bank ButterMilk
The Junior Class sponsoreda
.17'JAI./J .
.. ... J. ... fish fry, which was enjoyed by
..u ...tt. ... .,... Tuesday
everyone.Mr. .
.... _.. For people wanting to be thrifty (and who Smoked Ham
-- .... .
... +
-- J ..'.. <.". 1 ....-....- Candied Yams and Mrs Amos Langston
.477-4 l I 1- |! ilL.i:: :ao u doesn't these days), we invite you to Green BeansPineapple visited their son and family,
Tidbits Mr and Mrs. Ronald Langston
'::"J.u.\"w;: ; \ : ktiv4 iiq 1 : :::,:J M '
Bread Butter In Huntsville Alabama for
300.00 : BANK FREE AT THE L.S.B.! ,
& 204. U isl.oi -d,; .
,' .." =41.4. Milk several days.
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All have to do is maintain a minimum Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Terry Land and
Mr. and MM. John Do* you Chili Con CameCabbageCarrot
and Darrell of Pan-
sons, Tracy ,
[ Taliahaalal Poet OWu ,Box Florida 12)4 balance of $200 in your checking account. Salad' ama City, visited Teny's mother .

J Why not start saving today by opening one! Chocolate Sa telnes Bread Cake Butter ,and Mrs. Louise Sapp, Thursday -

-. -, Milk I Friday
CXIOIt.. .Olmt'.MUM -rorn.wonN.nun Ln IA,."" .
Thursday Mrs. Nellie Raker spent the

7.09 $4.IS 1. 1-21 247.SI ]mburgers weekend visiting her nephew,
Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. R. E.
4.40 LettuceTomatoesPotato
,,,2-01 U)..)
1.30 20.00 31. n 14?. U :-ot HZ." Chips Whaley In Crawfordville.
12.09 ZoO 120.19 All r ladies over 62 and. men over 65 are invited Peaches
Among the folks that attended -
noD 31.30 :-os 23.49 Bun ButterMilk
to the gala Seafood Festival In
7.34 2-Ot 15'.15 Apalachicola last Saturday were
1.09 '.71
2'10 241.44 BANK FREE AT THE L.S.B.! Friday Rep. Ernest Roddenberry, Mr.
Fish Steaks and Mrs. Walter Harmek, Mr.
Catsup and Mrs Ralph Brown and Mrs.
Regardless of where you live or currently Hawailn Salad Florida Roberts.

I RGI! bank, write or call the Lewis State Bank, Creen Bartlett Butter Pears Beans Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones, Jr.,

C H. Notify them of your birth date and they Bread Butter weekend of Lynn Haven with,her Fla.parents, spent, Mr.the

0 SERVICE will do the rest. If you now have a check- Milk and Mrs. Ernest Roddenberry.
David was also home from FSU.
ing account, it will be marked "no service

Mr. and Mrs. Herb Maiwald
charge. Jf you wish to open a checking CRAWFORDVILLE I of Tallahassee spent Sunday sftemoonwithMr. -

account the bank will mail you forms. I PERSONALSMrs. and Mrs. Walter
Harmes.Mr. .
Mary Criener spent several -

COMtCaCWIt M.0 ...upv ..0 .....c..... Ic.i....'C"CO, O*...11...WK days recently visiting her and Mrs. Henry Harmer
daughter, Mrs. H. T. Adams of Rivera Beach arrived Mondayto
and family. Mrs. Criener has spend a week with Mrs. Annie
I been undergoing treatment at Harmesandfamily.
the hospital in Tallahassee for
The WSCS of the Methodist
the past several months and Is
Church observed the Call of
showing great Improvement.The .
Prayer and Self-Denial Service
Crawfordville and Sop- Tuesday afternoon.
choppy M.Y.F. of the Methodist
Church had a joint dinner

meeting last Saturday night.It 4-H JUNIOR GIRLS NEWS
THE LEWIS STATE BANK was s progressive dinner, the
first course at Crawfordville BY Marilyn Nasworth

Church, then to Sopchoppy for The 4-H Junior Cirls: met on
the salad course, and back to
October 14, 1965. We have
Crawfordville Church for
the
four new members. We have
1. main course then to
Sopchoppy
fifteen enrolled. We voted to
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for desert. meet twice a month. Our regular -
::7loriJa OIJeJiM.lllb. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rebwm'keJ meetings will be the flirt

spent last weekend la Pen- and third Thursday of every '
sacola with their son and faml- ,; month. The 4-H Junior Girls: ,
ly. < fifth and sixth graders, meet at
., Federal' Deposit Insurance Corporation Mrs. Tail's room at 3:05. We
Florida law requires personal are working on Child Care,
of age 21 and over to be state Sewing, and Cooklnl.WUVILA .
residents one year and county'
residents six months In order to
be eligible for voter registration.
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