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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: December 16, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
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VOLUME 67 NUMBER 16 CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA Thursday, DICBWtft 16 109 12127' Price toe Pn Copy,
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USDA ANNOUNCES STEVE F. COGGINS -
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LIlF CROPLAND ADJUSTMENT Funeral services I for Steve

:: : PROGRAM Franklin Coggins, 76, were held

. Monday at the St. Marks Bap-
Details of the
r Cropland Ad- tist Church at 2:00 P. M. The

justment Program authorizedby Rev. Fred Harrison and the Rev.A. I
the Food and Act
Agriculture C. Camp officiated. Burial
.y
of 1965 were announced recently -
i was in Crawfordville Cemeteryunder
of Agrlculi
by Secretary the direction of J. A. Cul-
ture Orville L. Freeman.
The
ley and Sons Funeral Home.
program is aimed at removing
Coggins, who was a commer-
from surplus production up to 40 cial fisherman, died Sunday in
million acres for periods of 5 to
Tallahassee. He was a nativeof
10 years. Emphasis will be on Wacissa, and had lived in St.
shifting this land into public benefit v ti
Marks for the past 55 years. He
which also
uses conserve was a member of the St. Marks
soil and water to meet future
needs. Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
}J. K. Moore, Chairman, A- Birdie Linton Coggins, St.

gricultural Stabilization and Marks; one son, Madrye Cog- s

Conservation County Committee gins, W. Panama City Beach;
said that the signup for
one daughter, Mrs. Albert H.
farmers wishing to divert acres Holman, Ft. Walton Beach; two

underthe new Cropland Adjust- sisters, Miss May Thames,
ment Program will be announced -
Crestvlew and Mrs. Jessie
later. Full details
on how
Thompson, Mobile, Alai and
the program would apply to an three grandchildren.Active .
individual farm will be avail-
pallbearers were Shel-
able in the ASCS county officein don Cogdill, Luther Franklin,

late December or early January Alex Hobbs, John Tooke, H. B.

Myers and Releford Lynn. Hon-
The Cropland Adjustment Pro-
orary pallbearers were L. D.
gram supplements the yearly McMillian, Raney Whaley, Em-

commodity programs. Long- mett Ferrell, W. B. Rogers, T. t it r
term agreements afford farmers J. Posey, Harry Morrison and

more stability and thus better Judge A. L. Porter.CRAWFORDVILLE.
opportunity for planning adJust- II2iwMR

ments In land use.

To protect local communities, HIGH

the Chairman explained, the SCHOOL NEWS

new program will limit the a-

I mount of land that can be put I BY Kathy StricklandThe

under the program. In any Crawfordviile High

Susie, the friendly porpoise, takes time out at Marineland of Florida to remind Floridians to use county or community, no more : School Christmas Concert, giv-
than 10 the
Christmas Seals on all their holiday mail. This is a personal way to join In the TB Association's fight percent of allotmentor en annually by the Crawford-
against tuberculosis and other lung-crippling disease such base acreage for any crop or viile High School Band and
as emphysema, asthma, bronchitis, etc.
of total cropland will be con- Chorus will be presented ft MRS MILLIE FRED KIRKLAND!

tel tti JAYCEES SPONSOR tracted In any single year and Tonight In the C.H. S. COUPLE REPEATS MARRIAGE VOWS
no more than 25
percent duringthe auditorium, beginning at 7i30
k--- TOYS FOR NEEDY life of the Exceptions ,
program. P.M. The Chorus will presenta Mrs. Kathryn Mclaughlin Brown and Willie Fred KIrkland were
to this rule will be
CHILDREN PROJECT made where requested by local cantata, "Bom A King", and wed at 3:30'P.M. Sunday at the home of the bride' parents, Mr.
the Intermediate and concert and Mrs. A. J. McLaughlin, Medart.

'?? Vakulla County Jaycc 4 governments.CAP will help farmers divert :bends will play popular Christmas The Rev. Delmar Stiger from the Woodville Bartlst O jrch per-
to selections. Everyone is invited formed the double ring .
are sponsoring a project provide ceremony.The
cropland to protective conserva-
toys for needy children. tion uses under the long-term to attend. Admission will bridegroom_ "h the. son. of Mrs. Janie KIrkland Woodville,
t.tII t. This Is a worthwhile project J be free. | and the late W. T. KIrkland.
agreements. Participants will
which the Jaycees Intend to receive Student Council Is sponsoringa An arrangement of camellia! FSB CHRISTMAS DISPLAY
make an annual affair. The adjustment payments semi-formal "New Year's Eve and chrysanthemums centered
related to the value of the BEGINS DECEMBER II
primary purpose of this projectis crops Dance", December 31, In the with a white satin bow gracedthe
normally produced on the land.
to emphasize the spirit of giving Crawfordville gymnasium. Live piano and was flanked by time leaves
They also will be eligible for Every one the
music will be furnished by "The
two white candelabra that were
and the Fin
conservation cost-share campus returns at
Any citizens of the county who payments Kidnappers", beginning at 8:00 over 300 years old. White baskets da School for Marianna
on the diverted land. Boys at
wish to participate In this project P. M Admission will be $1.00 of the same flowers outlined -
these fresh has
And those
who agree to permit days magic
No under the
are asked to bring their per person. one with greenery surrounded the
somewhere
free public access for fishing sprung up along the
,
'
the Wakulla 9th grade will be permitted to altar.
gifts to County
drives. For this is the
hunting, hiking, and trapping campus
News office. A suitable toy In accordance with appropriateState attend. Janet Russ McLaughlin sang time when the beautiful campus
would be of dollar The Junior Class will present "I Love
one variety You Truly", with Mrs. Christmas to
and Federal regulationsmay displays begin appear -
and gift wrapped. The distribution their play "The Phantom Graham Morrison at the piano. that be
an additional they may ready
get
of gifts will be under dir- payment.In per-acre Bells", January 7, 1966, In the The bride chose a twopieceblue when the lights go on at the
ection of the school auditorium, beginning at wool dress with
Jaycees matchingshort
general, farms which havechangedownershlpduringthe specified time -SiOO P.M. Sat-
8:00 P. M. Everyone is cordially -
veil. She carried a bou-
urday December 11 this
3- year.
i invited attend.
to
n ps4nenf FOR year period preceding the first quet of white roses attached to The display is open and free to
MAN FINED Students will be out of school a white Bible.
the public as has been traditional -
yearof the agreement period are
from 1:00 P. M. December 17
HOUSE STARTING BLAZE The bride's daughter, Sylvia
OPEN not eligible to take part In the since 1948 when Arthur C.
until 3 for Christmas
"" January Brown, was the only attendant.She .
s Sat Dec.II Dozier, now director of the Flo-
There are however
program. ,
R, Henry Mac Bass of
T&J Sopchoppywas Holidays. wool sheath
wore a pink
rida Division of Child
__ L:.: "r arrested in Crawfordviile exceptions to this general rule, and carried a nosegay of pink Schools Training
around 5:00 A.M. last Satur- such as farms which have changed carnations. was superintendent of
ownership by will or success- the School and Initiated the pro
day morning for starting a fire FLORIDA WEST COAST The bride's William Mor-
sin due to the owner'sdeath ject.
W.in the Tully'pine residence grove next by to Dep-C. and farms previous which for 3 STORY IN REDBOOK"Florida's ris Brown, Jr., was the best Light, color, and glitter, and

: % pt uty.Sheriff R. E. Whaley.Mrs. years prior to the agreementhave man. above all, the scenes depictingthe
7I Beautiful West i The mother of the bride held true of Christmas
been under the control of meaning
C. W. awak-
ened by the noise Tully of was the fire the person who will control It Coast" the title of a story appearing a reception after the ceremony. will make a panorama worth the
Assisting Mrs. Graham
and called for the full period of the agree In the January issue of were while of anyone, even many
Deputy Whaley.C.
Morrison Mrs. Richard Gamble -
Redbook which will ,
Magazine, miles "come
ment. Under certain circumstances away, to see.
W. the
Tully Investigating the law also permits be on the newsstands December Mrs. Ceorge Daughtry And everyone I. Invited. As David -
,ro cause of the fire found Bass ina Mrs. andMiss
v farms with ownership changesas 21, the Florida Development Murray McLaughlin, R. Walters, superintendentof
shed the and held
rs a.ia him on property until late as December 31, 1964, Commission announced today. Betty Sue McLaughlin. the School, says, "The more
by gun point Deputy to participate. Written by William and Ellen Following a wedding trip to people who drive through tnese
I Whaley arrived. Hartley of Miami the article southern Florida and the Baha- between December 11
Payments under the grounds
L Sam of the Florida For- program ,
1 Lolly singles out Florida's West Coast ma Islands, the couple will be
and the 31st the better shall
will be based on the past use we
est Service called and the
was at home after December 12
blaze and the productivity of the land. from Pensacola to Naples as one In like It. "

Mrs. Lena Moore name was drawn for the pony that was given a- Bass was quickly extinguished.three For land that would otherwise of the state's most scenic areas.Outstandingattractions Medart. Mr. KIrkland is em- Two of last Christmas' classic

way by FRM Ranch C Carden Center. pleaded guilty to produce wheat, com, grain sorghum and ployed by the Daffln Mercan- comments will go the rounds it

Top picture chows pony In background. charges, starting a fire, drunkeness barley, the annual camping sites found along the tile Co. Tallahassee. is sure. A young Air Force officer -

Bottom, a portion of the over 2,000 people who attended the opening out violence, and resisting and arrest fined with payment per acre will be 40 West Coast are described as well Out-of-town guests were Mrs. from tyndall Field, who
of this new FRM Store. was by percent of the county pricesupport as the various coastal resorts. Jack Smith and Mr. and Mrs. has been about the world quitea

Bill Smith, Manager, expresses hit appreciation for the people I total County of Judge$280 George 120 Harper in a loan rate times the farm The Florida Showcase In New Hugh Johnston of Dothan, Ala- bit and has seen Christmas in

who visited from Wakulla County. or days yield for the For all Florida York City will feature the arti- bama; Mr. Forrester, Colum- many lands, exclaimed, soon
Bass crop.
jail. remains In
jail. bia, Alabama; Mr. Ctho Tiller,
counties this will result In cle, long with photographs and after he began the 2-1/2 mile

MRS. ALBERT A. SMITHMrs. FSU LAW SCHOOL the following payment rates per descriptive literature on the Jacksonville, Florida; and Mr. drive through the grounds 'Why
DEAN NAMED C'VILLE METHODIST CHOIR bushelwhich will be multiplied West Coast, In window displaysin and Mrs. O. S. Moore, Lake this Is remarkable. I've never

Albert A. Smith, motherof TO PRESENT CANTATAThe by the farm's projected yeild of promotion of the article. City. seen anything equal to it I"

druggist Harold C. Smith of With a newly appointed dean the crop to obtain the per acre Then, a few minutes later,

Crawfordviile, died In Dunedin at the helm, Florida State Uni- Crawfordviile Methodist payment rates for the farm MISSTURNER quietly but thoughtfully and emphatically -

on December 7. versity will launch a College of Choir will present Its Christmas wheat 55 cents per bushel, I TWO COUNTY GRADS "We've Just got to
WEDMiISAbnie
TO BE
She was 82 years old and one Law next fall. Cantata, "Cod In A Star", on com-46 cents per bushel, grain GET FSU DEGREES get the word to EVERYBODY! I"

of the pioneer residents of Hills- Mason Ladd, dean of the University December 19 at 7:30 P. M. Everyone sorghum and barley 36 cents Ruth Turner, dau- The other came from ra ten-

borough County, having come I of Iowa College of Law is cordially Invited to attend per bushel. I Florida State University announced ghter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. year-old who ca me with his parents -

there from Minnesota In 1916. for the past 26 years, will become this Inspirational part of Payments on cotton, peanuts, today the names of Turner Wakulla announcesher from Tallahassee After his
,
She was burled In the Dunedin the first dean on July 1, the Christmas season. rice, and tobacco land will be candidates for degrees at com- wedding plans. eyes had feasted on the beauty
at services held on Dr. Ladd mencement next Saturday after- for some minutes, he asked
Cemetery said applications are The Sunday School will presentits atthe projected farm yield She will Edwin W. Ferryman ,
December 9, attended by Mr. noon, Dec. 18. Floyd T. marry "What is the LITTLEST thing
I now being accepted for the firststusdenta annual on December times the following rates cot- of the Rev.
program Jr. son
,
and Mrs. Smith, another son, Christian, state superintendentof can do to sent to this
and their fami- scheduled to attend 22 at 7i-30 P. M. The Youth ton, 6 cents a pound; peanuts, and Mrs. E. W. Ferryman you get
two daughters, classes beginning next Septem- Choir will sing. Everyone is Invited 3.5 cents a pound, rice, $1 pel public Instruction, will be the Crossway Rd. at 3,30 P.M. school
commencement In There Is not much time for
lies. ber. speaker ceremonies a
I and hundredweight and flue-cured
to attend this program ; the Woodville
Saturday Bap-
at 2:00 P.M. in Tully boy to be lonely and homesick
I Applicants may write for information enjoy the young people. tobacco, 12 cents a pound. tist Church. The Rev. E. W.
| to the Dean of the After placing all of his acre- Gymnasium. will officiate. during his first Christmas away

I I College of Law, 200 Wescott age of one or more of the farm'sallotment Candidates for.. degrees from Perryman Maid of honor will be Miss from home with can literally

Building, Florida State Univer- CANTATA AT crops or the feed grain Wakulla County ret Crawford- Martha Turner. Bridesmaids bumper-to-bum moving
I villa, Murry M. Mclaughlin, through the grounds from 5 to
I slty.I base la the program, the farmer -
Don't let blindness happen In President John E. Championsaid BAPTIST CHMCf( may offer other cropland.Rates BA arts and scl. and from Sop- will be Miss Mary Lu Moore, 10 each night. More than 118-
Miss Mrs. Carol
-
Terry Perryman,
your family. Learn the basic it Is expected that Dean The choirs of the Crawford- for this cropland will choppy,Robert Howard Rodden- Turner and Miss Susan New- 000 people went sway last year

rules of eye care. Glaucoma, Ladd and a minimum of three viile Baptist Church will presenta fange nationally from $3 to $7 berry, BS bus berg. with this thoughtprovokingmaxim

cataract, cross-eye. The Florida faculty members will comprisethe Christmas Cantata, "Night of an acre. The Florida rates by Sandra Davis will be the flower etched on their consciousness

Council for the Blind, a first year's staff. Miracles", by John W. Peterson counties will be announced soon. girl, and Michael Wood will by the list scene -

State Agency, fighU them all. The University has the beginnings = Sunday night, December NOTICE be the ring bearer. the Three Wise Men, with the

Remember one-half of all of a legal library and the 19, at 7.30 P.M. I CRAWFORD V/LLE Don Hagler will be the best .rge-lettered. menag, "WISE

blindness U needless and pre-, libraries of the Florida Supreme The church will also have a The Friendship Primitive Bap- man) ushers will be Lonnie MEN STILL SEEK HIM".

,nn b1e., The Council your Court and Attorney. General are 'carol,sing; and the Lottie Moon PERSONALS, tist Sunday School will present Lynn, Waldo McCuffey, Ronnie Three artists have carried out
the blind Ie their fine Ideas here over the
nearest agency for nearby.J 'oj' Christmas Offering on Wednesday Mrs. Vera Fisher of Bellwood, a Christmas program December Falrcloth and Charles Tur
It will be to give you any Although Ladd doem't officially 22 24 1965 years Mrs. Karlene Owens lathe
glad night December at 111., Is visiting her daughter, at 7iOO P. M. Everyone .
infonnatlcnyouneed about pro- report until July 1. be is 7130 P.M. Mrs. Harold G. Smith and fi rally Is Invited to come and help ner.A: reception will follow the ginning, Mrs. Mignon Du-

pet eye care. already busy recruitings) faculty The public Is Invited to both in Crawfordviile during theChristmas honor the birth of Christ. ceremony at the church' broff for some years, and, fot

and making plans for a 3-year of these Christmas services. holidays. Friends of the families are in- the third year now, Bill Wiggins
curriculum vited. of MarlannaPKY .



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9 COUNTY: NEWS I

] Thursday. .DECUBES It :1985. MINUTES OF WAKULLA BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESSPARE LEGAL NOTICES
: COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD In the Circuit Court of the ,
TIME? "
MEETING ON NOV. 15, 1965 EXTRA INCOME! Second "Judicial Circuit ', I I '
Florida/I In and For Wakulla
,WAKULLACOUNTY The regular meeting was call Competent man or woman interested -
ed to order County. In Chancery.No. .
Chairman
by RodI I La making money now 1355.
NEWS denbeny. Members present and in the future to refill and
I Mr. Posey, Mr. Strickland, Mr. collectDlODey from our new super Fenton Jones,
I Roddenberry Mr. Paulk. td Plaintiff,
'1'....,..... WAInvtI3tl Absents coin opera dispensers.No vs.
: Mr. Cnun.I soliciting original accounts
I The minutes were read and approved ai tout fa established by us. Ted E. Phillips and Frances A. iii

ifI unanimously. To qualify for profits and ownership Phillips, his wife, Concrete
I Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded you sets have $600.00 to Products Co., Inc. a Florida q\ _
Vlteinia It.llthtl.y EIIIt.. by Mr. Strickland, that the $1900.00 to Invest and 6 to 10 Corporation, J. H. Dowlingand

I board authorize the Superintendent hours w e e k ly For Interview J. H. Dowling, Jr. part-
I Frf'd Keilthtry 'allll.herI to file a project under the write Interstate Merchandisers, ners d/b/a/. H. Dowliug C

I I Elementary Secondary Education Rochester, Minnesota Include Son, The Lewis State Bank, a
: Entered at CrawfordvilU. Florida I JhOl1e.It1216.. Florida corporation and the s
I Act.Voting for the motion: Mr. United States of America,
Mcond class .matter. Suburriptinn
KI Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Rodden- Defendants,
i raw: p.\O( per year beny and Mr. Strickland. MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE

Movedby Mr. Paulk, seconded NOTICE OF
: by Mr. Posey that the Board Wrong Color OFFORECtoslJRE'SALE

pay the Leon Board its pro-rata
: share of the Junior College Bud- Can Make : Whom It May Concern

: get for the 1965-66 year. Notice is hereby given, pur-
HENRY WILLIAMS Voting for the motion: Mr. suant to the final decree of '

Strickland, Mr. Roddenberry, House 'Sick'Don't foreclosure dated December 7, : ,A M1k
REALTYReg. Mr. Paulk and Mr. Posey. 1965, and entered in Chancery

Moved by Bobby Posey, seconded look now, but your Case No. 1355 of the Circuit
by Mr. Paulk, that the Board house may be running a Court of the Second Judicial
Real' Estate Broker award the bid for a mixer for the fver If so, it could cost you Circuit, In and for Wakulla

St.' Marks. Fla. Crawfordvllle School to American money. County, Florida, in the above
Restaurant Supply Company The fact that your house styled cause, I will sell to the
''Phone 741 \ of Tallahassee. highest and best bidder for cashat
runs a temperature is causedin
Voting for the motion: Mr. the front door of the Wakul-
part by the phenomenon of
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES Strickland, Mr. Roddenberry, hot and cold colors. Some la County Court House in for a stormA
build
Mr. Posey and Mr. Paulk. colors absorb heat while others Crawfordville, at eleven o'- How to a port
Moved Mr. Strickland clock A. M. the 28th
by seconded on day
Associate: reflect It. In addition col.
by Mr. Paulk, that the of December, A. D. 1965, the
ors run a psychological temperature -
W. M. Hatcher Sr. Superintendent be authorized to following described land, sit-

Phone M 6-3201 use a fascimlle signature for the uate, lying and being in the
chairman in signing documentsto color Joseph consultant P. Oaugler., a leading home- County Wakulla and State of little stockpile of U. S. Sav- So get with the millions of
says
be filed with the State Department Florida, as set forth in said final Americans who have found
owners should take advan- ings Bonds can turn into a
of Education which require decree, to-wit
the signature of the Chair- tage of the psychological temperature Commence at the North- mighty snug harbor in an Bonds a safe port in a storm.
If You Need of colors to get
man. enjoyment out of home west corner of Section One emergency.If And a solid base for the futureof
more
Office Supplies Voting for the mot ion Mr. ownership. ((1)), Township Six ((6)) South, their families.
Strickland, Mr. Roddenberry, Range Two((2))West and run an emergency never crbpsup
Office Furniture Mr. Paulk and Mr. Posey. For example a "cool" color thence South 00 degrees 05 (and we hope it doesn't),
Business MachinesSM Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded such as blue or green when minute 51 seconds West ahead
used in you're considerablymore
Mr. Paulk the a room with southern the
or Call by that along West boundary
Board designate the Capital City exposure will make the room line of said Section One a than your Bonds cost you. Quick tacit about

RANEY WHALEYat Band as a depository of the more pleasant and comfort distance of 717.98 feet, Bonds earn interest at a Series E Savings Bonds
Board for the School Construc- able both physically and thence South 45 degrees 39
guaranteed rate. At maturity You back $4 for $3 at
CAPIT \T. OFFICEEQUIt'MENT tion Fund. psychologically. It will actually minutes 39 seconds East a- V Ret every

CO. Voting for the motion: Mr. cool the room and reduce long the tangent line and you get back $4 for every $3 maturityV

I Strickland, Mr. Roddenberry, glare. center line of State Road you invest. And your invest- You can ret your money when
Mr. Paulk and Mr. Posey. Orange, which can warm No. 30 a distance of 800. you need it
I 319 South Adams St. Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded and brighten a room with a feet; thence North 44 de- !, ment is backed by the United V Your Bonds are replaced free if

I Corner F. PeiuacolaTALLAHASSEE by Mr. Strickland, that the cool northern exposure when grees 20 minutes 21 seconds States of America. lost, destroyed or atolen
Board Jo Anna Williams I used on drapes or furniture, East 100 feet to the of
employ I point And there's that satisfaction You Bonds where
FLORIDAIJ10N is a poor choice for exterior quiet V can buy you
in the Shadeville School. beginning. From said point
i bank the Payroll Savings
or on
Voting for the motion i Mr. j! use because", It is too Intense.. of be ginning continue North that comes from know- Plan where you work

Roddenberry, Mr. Strickland, I An orange house would appear 44 degrees 20 minutes 21 ing your Bonds are helping Bends for
I growthH
'II l "stultified"Gautjler seconds East 550 feet Buy -
Mr. Paulk and Mr. Posey. ;
Uncle Sam build
the of
/I Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded ease an owner's thence South 45 degrees 39 cause Bends for current Income
by Mr. Strickland, that the choice of exterior colors minutes seconds East; 400 freedom throughout the world.

1 bills be paid as presented. should make the home more feet; thence South 44 degrees -
r Voting for the motion Mr. attractive and enhance its 20 minute 21 seconds

11: Strickland, Mr. Roddenberry, value. A poor choice of color West 550 feet to a point on

Mr. Paulk and Mr. Posey i i can do Just the opposite. the Northeast rightofwayof Buy U.S. Savings Bonds
0 Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded Trim color should be sharp State Road No. 30,

by Mr. Posey, that the crisp and decisive. Siding color thence North 45 degrees 39
I Board adjourn. should be more conservative minutes 39 seconds West STAR-SPANGLED SAVINGS PLAN
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Voting for the motion Mr. : White is a traditional 400 feet to the point of beginning 1"J" ) -
Strickland, Mr. Roddenberry, favorite for exteriors, but containing 5.05 j 11 FOR ALL AMERICANS

Mr. Paulk and Mr. Posey. shad of gray green and acres, more or less, in Sec- )1 )
Till tl.l Oovtrnmtnt doit not!fail /or fAte tdvtrtotmtnt It ti frittnltd fuWelervict
: u.
tion One '
beige such as those availablein ((1)), Township 6 11': n eoo.IIOIt "ik Ids Irn.ury tftrmtnt .ni fAt AiviTtinHg Council,
mineral fiber siding also South, Range 2 West.
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have wide acceptance and are'safe" ALSO A ..
SEPTIC. TANK WANTED: Elderly white widow choices. They can enhance Commence at the point "!'" -:' : : )..

SERVICE desires companion to do light property value without where the north boundary
housekeeping and live in her frequent repainting. line of the right of way of
1:- home. Needed by January 1.
'J Mineral fiber shingles derive State Road No. S-372 intersects -
Clean OutRepair Address Box 366, Tallahassee. the west boundary
their colors from a tough plas-
3t-12/l6.23.30. tic acrylic coating which can line of the right of way of
New Installation State Road No. 30 (U.S.
be
kept fresh-looking merely ALFORD CHEVROLET
The Best For Less with an occasional washing #98)) and run North along COMPANY

I -:- FOR SALEi Old L. C. Smith with a garden hose. They also the west boundary line of

I Telephone typewriter in good condition. have the advantage of texture, the right of way of said
I Tallahassee 877-1773 $20.00. Wakulla County News, which has a softening effect State Road No. 30 the distance ANNOUNCISLUKE
WA 6-3301. of 558 feet to the
after fi-00: p.m. on colors point of beginning. From

I said point of beginning COn-
II -- J tissue North along the West I .a J -
boundary line of the right of
BINDER electric sewing machine: STEVE KEVELL way of said State Road No. I

I In Console cabinet, like new. 30 the distance of 59 feet, I
flews forward and reverse. All thence run West parallelwith
ROBERT H. RODDENBERRY AssociateA
attachment for making but- the
FULL TIME AND COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE northboundary line
tonholes. Elg-safglng and fancy of the right of way of State
stitch designs Fully guaranteed Road No. S-372 the distance -
I Can be teen In your area. of 150 feet then
FINANCING run
Make eight monthly payment ARRANGED AT 5 1/4%
I South parallel with the West
of $..111 or will discount for
cash Write: Credit Manager ANY TYPE: HOME BUILT ON YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE boundary line of State Road : ..:
No. 30 the distance of 50
122 S
Clearwater Road. Largo(
Florida. SEWING: WAKULLA COKIY AND TIE OWSTAL AREAYU42601 feet to the north boundary .
line of the land of Alton C. ",;:; ,

YU4-7435 1022194PANACEA. Oaks, et ux, thence run East "r '
parallel with the North boundary -
line of the right of
FOR SAID Portable Remington FLORIDA way
of State Road No. S-372 the
like ..s
Typewriter, new
distance of 150 feet
cheap. Call WA 6-5551. LET US BUY OR SELL FOR YOU more
or less, to the point of beginning -

being in Section
One ((1)), Township 6 South,
J
TallahaMrt Business Firms"DIRECTORY Range 2 West. A

Dated this 8th day of Decem-
ber, A.D. 1965.
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/sMoody Pearce "

lt-12/16.Clerk of the Circuit Court : '

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FEEDS ; "Th Capital's ..ar
Major for Minors" & CO. Help Make
CAiUrtni Fttnuttari. Toy, .
Camel, HtbbtttBnby One-Stop 8rrk for
Flint River Mills Aeetiiontt Feed -Seed Fertilizer Bail Fire Worse
133 N. Monroe
St.
Ph." 222-1146,
WH s. MonrM J>h. 223.0274Wnykt ... : Poultry Supplies Conflagration' is more

than a fancy name for a fire WILLISOF
Garden ToolsSo.
It refers to an uncontrolledblaze

Adas** at S-A.URJl. which leaps across nat
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Phone 222-4SU and roads to start new fires
SPRING
"Tki Ports Houit" Fire prevention experts saya CREEK WAKULLA COUNTY. IS NOW
Anything for auto, major cause of conflagrations
L flU tmd Regular or lawnmower tractor. lan for your pow such as the 1961 fire EMPLOYED BY ONE OF FLORIDAS LEADING

Cmcrttt pIH1c.; 1 boat. ,. and much for your that destroyed 505 buildings
CHEVROLET
Hanson Wood and 208 N. Adams St. Ph. 222-3380 In Los Angeles is combustible DEALERS.

]floe Ind.; Inc. Capital! Stone Co. ily wood and roofs produce which ignite flaming read WILLIS WILL DEVOTE A MAJOR PORTION OF

S. Adams St. 4-PoinU brands that
are carried
aloft
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T.L 222-5840 P. O. Box ""1 Sine. 1908 by the wind. The brands, when I HIS TIME WORKING WITH THE PEOPLE OF THE

MARBLE v GRANITE dropped on other combustible

------- BRONZE roofs or dry brush often start COUNTY. ALL ,WHO ARE INTERESTED IN TOP
MEMORIALS new fires far away from the

Yeager sssr OnuUry W.rk,., AU Tn* > original This hazard fire QUALITY OK USED CARS CONTACT LUKE WILLIS.
IM can be controlled
MM W. Gains SL-TtL 223-0711 through the
use of fire-
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that carry the seal of the
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certified as resistant to flame
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31 .
l'hursdll1. DEtDUi 1. 391* Auto nine in Auto Ihefts z---- -
Insurance U.S. Bi inM Failures POSTMASTtR ASKS
Home Accident NEW
in
Death YORK-Auto thefts in

NEW YORK Death inhoint age NfWYORK-Propcrydam liability insurance on your- ISJOI NEW,buiinen rORK There were the United States have nearly PLEASE WRITE CLEAR R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME

accident Jn the United auto covers only failures in the tripled since 1948, according to One of the biggest problems
damage your United States the Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director
in 1964. Insurance Information .
state dropped 2 per cent. from car does to the to the according Intitute postal employees fact U Illegible -
of
property .
9 000 m 1963 to 28,500 in 1964. others. It does not Insurance Information There were 163,400 can handwriting. At Christ Phone 6973366CARRABELLE:
cover damage Institute The stolen in 1948 and 466.805 mastime, when mall volumes
the Insurance In. average dollar in
,cording to to your car, .
the
low
uy Insurance per failure 1964. Authorities skyrocket, this can become a
Institute. More than reached an all- stress that the FLA.
Information
formation ,
Institute, time high of $98,454. best major problem, Postmaster
way to safeguard your car
five luch fatalities
out of re- AMBULANCE 'SERVICE"SERVING
(iwo Yon said today. 24 HOUR
thieves is lock Peyton
against to it and
,, fall
s itfd from The use of ZIP Codes by
take the key with
I you. mailers does help speed up the WAKULLA COUNTY
process because often If the city
and state are unreadable the
ZIP Code wlU direct the mail to
the post office from which It
will be delivered. Clerks in
that post office, being more _
familiar with local residents, U
may be able to figure out the
I person to whom the mail should FLORIDA STATE
be delivered.
Another significant problem
is the number of parcels delayed Thurs., Fri., Si?., today thru Sat.
or actually undelivered because -
of poor wrapping or pack
ing. Postmaster Yon urged that
special care be taken to see that
1964 Ford . $1495 each package is tightly stuffed "ECCO" "A BOY! TEN FEET TALL"
THE v mlnton.* 4 door heater.Sedan standard trinf 1963 Corvair $1045 and that nothing rattles around
Clean owi and
one
er car. S mlleaie door. Monza, one owner, low inside. Narrated by
Parcels are generally shippedin CRACK IN THE WORLD"
PLEASURE IS bags and often heavier items George Sanders
1963
Chevrolet $995 rest on top of smaller, lighter
4 door 6 cylinder standard trim. 1962 Chevrolet packages. The postmaster encourages -
ALL YOURSYou'll minion redan with radio heater. $1495
Ont owner auto Impala. va Hardtop flies an. mailers to be a bit
owner clr. cautious and Insure all pack-

Enjoy Owningone ages.All parcels should be addressed PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN

of these quality 0-K on only one side and should OUTDOOR ON WOCDVIL1E HWT.
Used Cars. Take a Test 1960 1959 Plymouth. $395 have the address written some-
Ride. They Speak For 4 doo'Plymouth s $395 4 door station wafon. tpaurn. where on the Inside of the pack-
"rUn Themselves! atand dolt radio heater automatic age case .exterior wrap- TODAY THRU. SAT. Today, Fri. &; Sat.
thy hater I tranimiauoa and air con.
good .. ping should come off. It is a
good idea to alto eaoljse a list

1964 Chevrolet of the contents. "OPERATION C.I.A, "THE SWORD OF ALI BABA'
$1795
Poor packaging and illegible
1962 Lark $49 VS automatic 4 door transmission with radio,heater one 1960 Corvair $595 or Incorrect addressing accounts and and"SERGEANT
J door sedan with heater auto- owner low milel. 4-door for about half a million undelivered DEADHEAD" "LEGEND OF
with
automatic
mane truiimlMlon. One owner transmla-
I lion and heater. parcels each year. and BLOOD MOUNTAIN"Bonus

Feature Fri. & Sat. and

1962 Ford $89 "COMMANCHEROS"Plant "I'LL TAKE SWEDEN"
va 4 automobile door sedan one ownerclean 1965 CHEVROLET: Van .one. .owner. $1995, 1960 Ford . $495
tcry
low mllfi S cylinder and Hand. 4-dIMJr. "cyllnd.r. radio. Mater
ard transmission and .utomluc transmission
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1963 Chevrolet $1295 Pattern Attractive
CORVAIR CONVERTIBLE low 1964 Truck 1963
miles one owner radio. heater $1495 Chevrolet $1195
and automatic Uanamitilon.! !!. Tao Ton Chevrolet one mnci' 1/2 ton stake body ready to fa "
ready to go -
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,I 4 door VI Detail with radio, l
heater, automatic tranimluion
I one owner low mllei.


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I ALFORD CHEVROLET CO. may be teen the crushed atone base before the finish' layer la applied. Gray stone .tow I I. tied.
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MISS DEB I I :DECEMBER; 1965
New Police Tactics Unusually Effective j CHRISTMAS I CHEER

! \ tj 1. According to thq Fire Department DEER DISEASE
.) .
: J(.. j) aniweri quntumi the "Octopus" at the CAUSES ALARMThe
: : about Junior Mia :
electrical outlet it one of the
.,:; etiquette, grooming '., biggest Christmas dangers. Just mysterious deer disease
end intvretti : that has been causing alarm
can
much go
I \ so electricity
f through the wires, and a blown among hunters in Dixie County

I' \, out plug close to a Christmas has been Identified as a plant
poison known as "fescue loot"
hazard.
be
H Q. All of I Hidden my where there are no forks go tree 2, can a cartons handy and not a contagious disease.
friends are telling me to standup ahead and use your fingers for Keep large and ribbons According to W. B. Copeland,
a itratRbt. I always thought I fried chicken and fries As for and place wrappings. chairman the Came and Fresh
ac-
they
them as too s
into
did, so I'm not sure what I'm cake large pieces are easier to Water Fish Commission, a total
cumulate.
doing wrong Help! eat with a fork but bite-sized 3. Watch for frayed electrical of at least five deer harvestedon
A. Take a good look at pieces are finger food. Of cords and remember that old the Stelnhatchee Wildlife
yourself in front of a full course some foods are strictly wiring deteriorates. Always use Management Areabore evidenceof
length mirror! Are your feet together finger foods olives pickles U.L. approved wiring and lights. sore, misshapen and broken
pointing straight ahead? corn-on-the-cob.: potato chips hoofs, and emaciated conditions -
Your weight balanced evenlyon fresh fruit When in doubt at 4. Never use cotton batting a- The Commission w a sable
'i.I roundthe tree unless it is mark-
heels and toes? Your legs parties or dinners follow your to obtain one of the deer
straight but not stiff Your seat hostess lead! ed as being treated. This applies and transported it to the South-
to other decorations near
tucked under Tummy in? Your Q. This may seem like a electrical flame. eastern Cooperative Deer Disease -
wiring or
.r r rib cage and chest up? Your small! problem, but tbe covers 5. Never use kind of electrical Laboratory at Athens,
shoulders relaxed? Head up? of my school books are getting any aluminumtree. Ceorgia, for examination.The .
wiring on an
Good! Now. put a book or a awfully worn. How can I fix report received from the
full box of Kleenex tissues on them to keep them usable for 6. Floodlight or colorwheelare laboratory indicated that this
your head and walk Keep trying the rest of the year? only safe methods of lighting deer had suffered from a plant

tL When you can walk with- A Give them a bright new an aluminum tree. poison which constricts the blood
I HI.'riton When Del i'oil polka learned that ."im ,lliit\ | tai .how ilon, rumble I'I art nt (he dPparment'h no one is likely to remind you with adhesive covering in a ery as moist as possible. It is hoof to die and drop off. The
II.I II :Mobilt nap wen Immeillaiely illgpati'hed and within to stand straight. They wont cheerful color or pattern.TheYII wise to stand your tree in wet hoof is usually replaced by new
j ,' the} sealed off ihi men IxoHtlnji; the Kids ami qne-il on; ,ij.: need to' the sand growth with no permanent ill
books and or water.
y"% fJII.L 1 itewtdiu I iroubli Die new unit may revolutionize pollir protect effects, and the edibility of the
I've heard different
Q so many identify them as yours at the 8. Flameproof your trees by
ifxnhitionlzpd :Moving with in affected.
li i llixIlN\ i- tin dipUne \\ai ,. meat is no way
v' things! about the .yyou're same time Cut your name and following method Mix 9 oz.
'' and PIP' 'minii ol a mllilai lombit team, their ta<'tli'x Copeland said, while there
supposed to eat certain the name of the subject from a borax, 5 oz. boric acid 1 gal.
work together team drive ilme off the
nil foi ill care to ax H to might be cause for concern there
i foods. Is it really all right to different color of water 1/4 low suds-
or tablespoon
pattern
ineetxhpn they move intn an aiea In tlieli bl'ilihtlypHlnll'I: hlph is no reason for alarm as "fescue
I eat fried chicken French fries Marvalon and stick it to the Ing detergent, such as Dash or
peed Pljmnnthx nith dual IHI-top lights lashing Die entire neigh I foot" is not new or rare and has
/ bnihnnd Is gnat ol theii preseni Sudden' nppeaianie In forte or cake with your fingers? jacket. Your new covers will be AU. Spray tree with this mix-
Ia/. I'' ,IUiouiai.PH tin \\olllrl.bf'' tronblemakerM ('ninety'ombined wltliihili A Take a cue from your surroundmgs' washable and durable. They ture ; really saturate it. Will been experienced for many This years
; t piofeKolnnal appiouh to their jobs i N! gaining new' repel lot Most of the time, won't guarantee better grades not cause color to turn. by livestock producers.traced in
"I 11: i lie entire pnlit ton e, The new unit! Man been HO f'lrl''tlve that three you'll probably eat all three but they will add color and 9. Do not run electric trains i toxic effect has been
ninntliK, Hftpi HI'II'it'Ion''. ,Ito doe" wnsonleieil, l |nitei,pil, by 10 pet' tent. with a fork. But at drive-ins sparkle to your books!. around a tree. If extension cordsare other instances to animals eat-

.................................................................. used, be sure that they do ing fescue grasses, and althoughthis
is not common to Flo-
plant
not hazard
present a tripping
10. Many Christmas ornaments rida, other plants are suspectedof
are gilded with spray causing the same reaction.
I for this situa-
paint. Never paint near a Prime conditions
spray
I .did you know flame.or Always outdoors.use a ventilatedroom tion cold are weather.The long dry.spells followedby

Water
Came and Fresh
11. Plan your work to avoid
rushing and possibility of an unnecessary Fish Commission is very anxious
fall. I to learn of other deer which

I Tallahassee Area 12. Candles should never be I might be affected with similar
1152 hunters to report
used on your tree. Angel hair I, disorder and urges
which
and snow spray can be flam- all deer kill In an
; T .U mable, if used together. You abnormal hoof condition is not-

may use one on a tree, but never ed.

I Families Received both.
13. Use hurricane lamps over

your candles, if used in a cen-
WHAT'S IN A NAME
terpiece.The .
From 1913 until 1915. Miami
Beach was known as Alton, a
name Carl Fisher took from a
$124,805from
14.484.692 tourists who Chicago & Alton railroad freight
visited Florida during 1964 In- car However. Miami residents
who came called it "the beach" so visitors
cluded 82.2 percent
who spoke of it as Miami Beach
automobile. 12,3 percent
by and Fisher finally bowed to
29 -
traveled by airplane. percent
their who arrived by bus, and that name,
City
Capital
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