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: February 3, 1966
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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U. S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Quincy Funeral services for ,

I John Evander Vause, 57yearold -
.. Congressman Don Fuqua announced today that he would seek reelection grocer who was shot Saturday -
.. to the United States House of Representatives from the 1 when his store was robbed,
newly created 24-county Second Congressional District of Florida. were held Monday at 2:00 P. 1 S/y7 ,
Pledging a vigorous campaign in every county in the district, M. at the First Baptist Church.
Fuqua said in his announcement, '1 am asking consideration on Officiating was the Rev.
the basis of the record I have made in the time I have been privileged Thomas Cuttino and burial followed
. to serve in the Congress. I believe it to be a record of initiative at Aaron Cemetery with j S
dedication, and service, with a firm and steadfast belief J. B. Adams Funeral Home in 4 r

in our free enterprise system."I charge. f _
pledge to continue independent judgement, voting my con- Vause was bomin Aaran, Fla.
victions in an honest effort to represent the views of the people I and moved to Quincy in 1947
am privileged to serve. He was a merchant and member _
Counties comprising the new district ares Alachua, Baker, Brad- of the First Baptist Church.
ford, Calhoun, Clay, Columbia, Dixie, Franklin, Cadsden, Cll- Survivors Include his wife,
christ, Hamilton, Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette, Leon, Levy, Liberty Mrs. J J. E. Vause three sons,
Madison, Nassau, Putnam, Suwannee, Taylor, Union, and Sgt. Hansel Vause, Tallahassee -
Wakulla. Johnnie Vause, Roderick
Fuqua served two terms in the Florida House of Representativesbefore Vause both of Quincy, two
being elected to Congress in 1962, at the age of 28, being daughters, Mrs. L. R. Butler,
re-elected in 1964 without opposition. Calvary, Ga., Mrs. Mill Moul-
Reared on a farm in Calhoun ton, Tallahassee; his mother, j t tn
County, he served. State Pre- Mrs. A. R. Reece, Tallahassee -
sident of the Future Farmers of two brothers, Cloyce Vauseof
America while in high school.He BROWARD WILLIAMS Quincy and Woodrow Vause,
4s a graduate of the Univer- Savannah, Ca.
sity of Florida and served in the ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY Also six sisters, Mrs. Thelma
Army during the Korean War. Smith, Selena Beach, Mrs. Eth- ?
Fuqua was named one of the Tallahassee, Fla. (Feb. 2)) el Pelt, Tallahassee, Mrs. Ollie
State Treasurer Broward Wil-
Five Outstanding Young Men in liams announced he will Rose, Pettama, Calif., Mrs. 1. 1
Florida In 1963 by the Florida today Jenny Rakar, Tallahassee, Mrs.
be a candidate for election toa
Jaycees and has received num- four-year term in the Officehe Anna Belle Perry, Albany, Ca. ,
and and Mrs. Warthula Woffin Col-
honors for his civic
erous now holds.Williams COAST CUARD AUXILIARY PRESENTATION-Bernard Wilson, Post Commander Jake Plgott, Mem-
legislative service. Heisa told newsmen at a orado Springs, Colo. orial Post 114, left, of the American Legion, recently presented this Coast Guard Auxiliary Flag to
32nd degree Mason, Shriner, Press Conference in his office Pallbearers were D. W Clea- Staff Officer Al Kane of the Panacea Coast Guard Auxiliary in appreciation for their outstanding service -
Elk, Rotarian, member of the a.r.CONGRESSMAN his campaign will be based on son, Claxton Vause, Fred Ha- to the community in search and rescue during the 1965 boating season.
American Legion, WOW, Alpha his 24 experience in the gan, Clayton Taff, George Taff,
Gamma Rho, the Farm Bureau Treasurer's Office under two Lee V use, Laque Rakar, and TEACHERS DISCUSS r
and serves on the Boardof Donovan Smith.CRAIYFORDWlt. .
former State
Treasurers, and his SALARY PLANA
Trustees of the Florida Sheriffs -
during the past year,
Boys Ranch.He I since he was named to the Cab- revised salary schedule for
and his wife, Doris, have inet position.The HIGH teachers was the main topic of
two children. They are members Treasurer, who also] serves SCHOOL NEW discussion at the January 27
:' of the Presbyterian Church. asex-officlo State Fire Marshal MetcalfThe meeting of the Wakulla County
"At a member of Congress, I and State Insurance Commissioner BY Wanda Education Association.Rep. .

realize that my first responsibility Is a member of some 30 Bteam, under JerrySpears' Ernest Roddenberry wasa '5
will be to continue faithful State Cabinet at the held in
Boards under Flo supervision, are going guest meeting
discharge of the duties of this rida's unique "Board of Direct- strong this season. They top- the Buckhom School at 2:00
office. The situation in South craw of P.M.
DON FUQUA system Government. Apalach here Tuesday
Vietnam is most critical and He was named to the position night, with a c'ose score of 39- The, principle of "step" increases -
will.require long hours of study e..,-.. ,iceks. re-election, on J.*_;:aryCS, 13*:, foL.it,:: g 3C. Tommy Core" scored IS 'to salary was accented
'*nd consideration # vre assess the unexpected death of the pointy and Bobby Porter trailed For example, this might mean
the proper course of action for LOCAL GROUP late J. Edwin Larson Williams with 12 points. that a 1.2K increase in salary
our nation. There are grave SEEKS RECREATIONA had worked with Larson as his TheA team struggled for vic- would be given for each year of:
problems facing this Congress 60 top administrative assistant tory, but lost as Apalach pulled teaching experience. The pro-
both the domestic and foreign group of local men met In through the late Treasurer'sterm ahead to win with 77 points to posed salary schedule was refer-
scenes, and I will continue to the courthouse Monday night, of office. Crawfordvllle's 58 points. Dusty red back to the committee for
discharge my responsibilities" to January 31st, and discussed Prior to Larson's term, Wil- Cook was top scorer for the further study. The special problems -
the very best of my ability, he building a community recrea- liams had gone to work in the A team with 17 points. Larry to be studied are the administrative -
Mid. tion park in Crawfordville. Banking section of the Office Strickland followed with 9 salary schedule and
Fuqua, noted that the countiesIn The group elected Sanford under former Treasurer W. V. points. the number of years' experience
this new district are showing Cook, Chairman, Pay Sanders, Knott. Sopchoppy'l Student Councilis that should be considered in
signs of great growth and pro Vice Chairman, and William E. The Williams announcement sponsoring a Career Day on computing the maximum salary.
gress. He pointed out that the Whaley, Secretary- Treasurer, today pointed to his record as February 9 for Junior and Senior Committee members are Inez
population of these 24 counties to serve as temporary officers. of Florida's Walker Carol
one greatest boosters students In this county. This Mary Ochipa,
had increased from 443,885 in Permanent officers will be elected Norma Williams and
of a hard-hitting traffic will give students an opportunity Sharon
1960 to 484,500 today. at the organizational safety program, and his suc- to talk to representativesfrom Bigelow Wakulla County Chamber of Commerce Installation and Ladles
'1 will continue to work for meeting. cessful efforts to bring new Insurance various colleges, junior The Association agreed that a Night Banquet was held last week at Wakulla Springs Lodge. Fred
industrial development for our Tentative plans were madeUo convention dollars to colleges, and some branches of special committee should be es- Keightley, outgoing president, passes the gavel to President Bern-
area, for we have the natural hold the organizational meetingIn the State. the service. Students that sign- tablishedto go to the tax asses- I ard Wilson, as guest speaker Dr. Stients of the FSU English Department -
resources, transportation, and the County Commissioners Williams said his backgroundIn ed up for Career Day will leave or and ask for a more equitable looks on.
the people to make such indus- Room of the Courthouse on February technical end of the by bus for Sopchoppy at 9:00 appraisal properties Wakulla -
trial expansion successful."Thiagrowthpresents. 7, 1966, at 7:30 P.M. Treasurer's Office, in banking, o clock. There will be a gen- County, especially in view CUB SCOUT DREW BRANCH MAY
new Mr. Jim Hadaway, Tallahassee administration and Insurance, eral assembly and the students of recent court decisions and MEETING HELD
challenges for our people, as Recreation Director, has been stand him In good stead when will attend various instructive laws.A SEEK SENATE SEATT.
demanding as any in our his- Invited to speak on'Community policy matters arise. discussion groups until twelve committee for curriculum Drew Branch, former State
tory. I am asking to serve In Recreation" at this meeting.The He. said Fred N. Lowry, Tal- o'clock. guides was appointed by Joan The Cub Scouts of Pack 126, Senator of the Fifth Senatorial
meeting those challenges as public is invited to attend lahassee Banker, will serve as Ledebur, president of the Classroom Crawfordville, met Tuesday District, who resides at Suma-
your Congressman. I ask that and urged to take an active role Campaign Treasurer, with Cap- Teachers Association. night, January 25th, for their tra In Liberty County, in all
my record of service be exam- in developing the recreation ital City First National Bank, This committee is to serve as regular monthly Pack Meetingwith probability will become a can-
ined and studied, for I sincerely park. Tallahassee as Campaign s the steering committee for study approximately fifty boys didate for State Senator for the
believe that the office which I and of and their parents attending.
Depository. Statewide Cam- recruiting professionalhelp 5th District, which Is presently
seek is one of the most Important paign officials will be named I 1 In the preparation of curri- The Cubmaster, Monty Chambers composed of Franklin, Liberty,
which our people have to The 19th annual Dixie International soon, he said. culum guides by subject and Installed a new Bobcat, Wakulla Cult and Cadsden
consider, he said. Water Ski Tournamentis grade forthe children In Wakul- Billy Pigott. Following these Counties.
scheduled April 8at Flori- la County Schools. ceremonies, a Plnewood Derby Branch has considerable experience
da's Cvoress Gardens. A lasting;, mosaic-like work wash ld in which the boys rac- In the Legislative
.i ,.......; of art for your living; room wall ed small cars that they and their branch of State Government
-- -'- -1 jl'111 can be very easily created by NASH ANNOUNCESFOR parents had made during the last having served two yean in the
:, } pasting:, piece by piece, a com month A specially-built track House of Representatives, then
; pleted jig-saw; puzzle on a pieceof STATE 30 feet long was used for the elected to the Senate where he'

: firm paste-board. REPRESENTATIVEOliver race. The can were judged on served two terms ((8 years) with
, '... 1jf i speed and
f S e appearance. Billy distinction, and retired unde-
t.r Classic car model builders can Nash, a native of Apa- Harper won first place In speed feated from the Senate due to
add the beautiful 1937 Cord 812 lachicola, has announced that with Billy Pigott second. Billy the old rotation system.
h Supercharged Convertible he will be a candidate for state Pigott's car was judged best in Former Senator Branch served
ht Phaeton Sedan to their collec representative in the new dlsTict appearance and Bill Moore's se- important committeesduring
tion. Monogram Models, Inc. : comprised 1 of Franklin, cond. Judges were O. E. Hen- tenure in the State
offers it in 1/24 size The model 'Jefferson and Wakulla Counties. drickson, Sam Lollle and Mrs. Senate, among those being
was copied from an actual re- Mr. Nash served for three sessions lewis Shelter. After presentation Chairman Forestry and Parks,
stored Cord. The hood Is hinged ((1958 through 1964)) In the of awards, the Cubmaster Public Roads and Highways, Finance -
so it may be raised to reveal the State Legislature as representative reviewed next month's Pack and Taxation, Constitutional -
V-8 engine with its plated cyl from Franklin County. Meeting. It will be a banquetIn Amendments, Corpora-
inder heads, intake manifold honor of the 56th birthday of Welfare,
Nash, 34, graduate of Chap- tions, Temperance,
fan and wiring loom. The plated man High School Is married to Scouting. The meeting was and Came and Fisheries.
headlamp and headlamp cover the former Ceraldine Taylor of closed by the boys forming the Branch says the support and
can be displayed In an extended Eastpoint. The couple has one living circle and repeating the encouragement being offered
position or with the headlamps son, Stephen Oliver, age 2. Cub Scout Promise. him by numerous citizens
retracted into the front fenders. Mr. Nash Is engaged in the Cub Scout Pack 126 was reorganized throughout the five counties is
ee. seafood business in Apalachi- [ In October, 1965, most encouraging, and in fair-
Bowlers take note: that Inconsistent cola. with ten charter members. ness to his friends and supporten s
hook is quite often They are Bobby Chambers, Terry throughout the district, he
r.i r. caused by a dirty bowling ball. Naiworth, David Rehwinkel, will make a definite decision
! A dime invested In the ball Gene Strickland, Jack Town- within a very few days.
cleaning machine found at most My neighbors"Wow send, Johnny Golden, Billy

lanes will remove the thin film "'" Harper, George Lewis Harper,
of dirt or oil and help you s y cr- ;> Bill Moore and Randy Sanders REVIVAL DATE SET
4' ; achieve a consistent roll. -c Terry Posey, Mike and Jim
see Reeves are scheduled to become Revival services will begin at
Race straightfromtheboxmodel Bobcats at the next Pack the Towel Pentecostal Holiness
car for 12 to 26 hours Meeting, which will be the last Church of Crawfordvill on Sunday -
without a break-down! Driversof Tuesday In February. night, February 6. The
.. Revs. Mr. and Mrs. S. T.
Monogram's model
JOIN CIVIL DEFENSE Three Cecil ,Nichols, Turner and James have done just Chat In one racers 26- CRAWFORDVILLE will Moore be the of Eastpoint evangelists., Florida Ser., ..

members of the Wakulla County Taylor. Cpl.: Chuck Deal was elected hour 1/32 scale Enduro Ford the XJT went company'more PERSONALSMr. vices will begin each night at

Jake Plgott Memorial Post 114 of second In command. County Judge than 171 actual miles, or 10,938 and Mrs. Tommy Jo High 7i30.The public is cordially invit-

the American Legion State High-, George Harper, State Trooper laps on a 90' track. In a 12-hour and Dianne of Moultrie, Ca., ed to attend.A .
Patrol Auxiliary Patrol were Charles W. Moore, Capt. W. S. Enduro Monogram's FormulaI were weekend guests of Mr. .
way Ferrari, pitted against 15 and Mrs. James High.
named to the Wakulla County Civil Schley, director of Civil Defense; "scratch-built"models, was one state resident season ticket
Defense Advisory Council Info week. and Wakulla County Sheriff William of the only seven entrants to -pretty slick roostUtey'u The Rev.' Luther Stokes of good for one year la now available
6nIa The car went 2,402 lapson for Wilmore, Ky., spent a coupleof I at Florida's Cypress Car.
during us,
elected Bill Taff were speakers built just
,Sgt. J, .Turner; center, was ( ) 125' track. 166 days visiting In the county dens for the price of OM admis
group commander, From left are :,the meeting. huh? last week. sion.

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ThurmUy.February S. 1966 time. Details $1.00. B G B WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA'
The Board of County Commissioners of Wakulla County met this Research Enterprises P. O. Box BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS) _
rWAKULLA date in CrawfordvUle with the following present Willard Carter 196, Holcomb Missouri 63852. : FOR FISCAL YEAR 1964-65.
Chairman; George Young Vice Chairman; William D. Walker, 2t-2/3.10. ;

COUNTY NEWS Ralph Strickland John 1.. Davis Commissioners; Moody Pearce | GENERAL REVENUE FUND
Clerk; J. H. Hudson, County Attorney; W. R. Taff, Sheriff. : '
The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. WHITE LADY WANTED to live i RECEIPTS
Telrphnnr WAlnut '3101 Moved by Commissioner Strickland and seconded by Commis- comfortable Tallahassee A/C. No. Classification "Received'
rock and haul rock to Ben home with all modem $ 3'J38.41
sioner Young to move drag line to pit conven- 100 Federal Sources
ary. The motion was carried with Commissioners Walker and and care for school age child- Ucenses 57.13
114 Railroad and Telegraph
Virgin! KrlKhtlry Edits Davis opposing.As ren. Room meals and reason- 115 Moneys 262.500.00
of the Board the Clerk called Tallahassee Tire able 62.57
per request salary. Write P. O. Box 115 insurance Agents County licenses
Fred Krfehtlry ..... 'Publisher Company about price of 14:00-24 lO-pty tire, nylon and it was 2633, Tallahassee Fla., or 124 State Boat Fees 246.72
determined that the price quoted Mr. Davis $70.92, was approximately call 224-7823 after 7:00 o'- 125 Civil Defense 1,336.10

Entered nt Crawfordvtllt, Florid $100.00 too low. They agreed to check into the matter clock evenings. County Sources (Revenue Receipts).
and if credit was due to issue same. ltc-2/3. 26.806.26
AI Moonil class! matter Subwrlp The motion of Mr. Davis to have Carmel Pelt, Road Supt. to ,,130 Taxes, General Rolls Lands 180.00
132 Sale of Tax Delinquent .
ratel ,(3 90 per year, sign all purchases made by the Road Department was carried. I LEGAL NOTICESIn 137 Occupational Licenses 561.57
Commissioner Strickland moved that gas and oil purchases be 517.50
138 Beverage Licenses "
excluded from the above motion for the reason that Mr. Pelt The Circuit Court of the Officen (Excess Fees etc.)
might not be easily contacted when delivery of these products was Second Judicial Circuit of Florida 151 Tax Assessor Income County 525.37
ready and it would be easier for the vendor to clear these purchases In and For Wakulla 152 Tax Collector 2523.68
the Clerk's Office. The motion seconded 1. 107.22
through was by County. At Law. 153 Clerk Circuit Court .
HENRY WILLIAMS Commissioner Young and carried with Mr. Davis and Walker opposed No. 447. 155 County Judge 2248.50

and the chairman voting for. I The Lewis State Bank, a flori- 157 Sheriff 182.03
REALTY The Board approved the vouchers before them and directed that da corporation, 186 I Other Non-Revenue Receipts 1083.89
warrants be Issued In payment therefor. Plaintiff TOTAL AU RECEIPTS 303 706.95
The Board requested the State Road Department to make an estimate : vs. 35.319'84
195 Available Cash Balances previous year
Reg. Real I Estate Broker of the roads that could be built from a bond issue of $1,- 339.026'79
St. Marks Fla. 600.00, approximately, and advise the Board of same. R. J. Edwards Defendant. i tAVAIIABLE $ 339:026: .: 79
/ There being no further business coming to the attention of the
Phone 741 Board the same was adjourned on the motion of Commissioner'I Notice of Sheriff's Sale EXPENDITURESAC.

Strickland. !! To Whom It May Concern: No. Classification Expended

REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES Attest Moody Pearce, Approved: Willard Carter Chairman !, Notice is hereby given that under General Government
Clerk Circuit Court Board of County CommIs- and by virtue of a Writ of 211 Salaries County Commissioners $ 12,000.00
Associate: sioners.FLORIDA Execution dated December 14, 212 Salaries Clerk of Board and Deputies 4 4.800.00
214 Salaries Tax Assessor and Deputies 999.92
1965, issued
w V Hatcher Sr. upon a judgment 4 999.92
215 Salaries Tax Collector and Deputies
rendered in the Circuit Court of ?
Phone WA 6.3201 "" "" "' -r 'IiI. : '. .It ''t1 :$- the Second Judicial Circuit of 216 Salary Supervisor of Registration 13 x'92 314.62
Florida in aad for Wakulla 219 Other Administrative Salaries' .
in the above styled 221 Clerk of Circuit Court Fees 546.60
STATE Count sell to the highestand 227 Inquest Coroners Fee (Sec. 936.16)) ((3)) 215,00

If You Meed. r best bidder for cash at the 241 Courthouse Maintenance, etc. 17. 755.69
I door of the Wakulla County 261 Elections and Registrations 1.071.45
Office Supplies Court House, in Crawfordville, 262 Legal Advertising and Expenses 875.59
Office Furniture Now ShowlnS:_ Florida at eleven o'clock A. 263 Advertising Delinquent Taxes 328.00
Business Machines M., on the 7th day of March, 265 HospitaJjzation Insurance Premiums Employees 2.238.52
Jean Seberg A. D. 1966, the following des- 269 Administrative Supplies and Expenses 12004.01
See or Call Now Showing: cribed personal property to- I 272 Certified Copies 25.50
RANEY WHALEYat Honor Blackman wit: 275 Juvenile Judge 600.00

Sean Garrison Julie Andrews 1 D-2 Caterpillar Tractor 300 Law Enforcement .

CAPITAL Christopher Plummer with front end loader. 311 Salaries of Judges and Secretaries 7.500.00
"MOMENT TO MOMENT" 1 International TD-14 313
Single Salaries Probation Officer and Assistants 1200.00
CO. "THE SOUND OF MUSIC" Dozer, and 341 Maintenance of Jail 3.232.75

1 Martin Chopper. 541 County Health Units 12.900.66
319 South Adam St. Dated this 28th day of January 542 Tubercular Hospitals (Pay to State) 40.00
Corner E. Peiuacola A.D. 1966. 541-A Capital Outlay Health Unit Equipment 1,675.00

TALLAHASSEE! FLORIDA 1st W. R. Taff 562 insanity Inquiries 480.00
PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN Sheriff, Wakulla County 600 Auxiliary Operations

OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE HWT. 4t-2/ 671 County Service Officer 720.00
P' 1fr- ""'II 672 Civil Defense 2,810.39

NOTICE 675 Mosquito Control 14. 943.05
681 Agriculture 4.486.56.
Now Showing'HALLELUJAH : Todav. Fri. 8 Sat 682 Fire Control
4, 388.98
I Notice is hereby given that
; 689 Other Special ProjectsIndexing Records 1,568.00
TRAIL" the undersigned desiring to engage -
"YELLOW ROLLS ROYCE" in business under the fic- 690 Development Authority 15.000.00
and 689-A Wakulla County Channels -0-
titiousname of St. Marks Realty -
"CAT BALLOC" and I P. O. Box 97, St. Marks 841 Welfare Court House 4,000.00

"GUNMENoftheRIOGRANDE" Florida intends to register the Transfer Deposited In error to General 3, 738.41
and said with the Clerk of the .
name 916-A
: i School Board for Tax Due 3 000.00
and ,
t" Circuit Court of Wakulla County -
SPACEFU C HT IC-I" 900 Miscellaneous

I ; 'TORT COURAGEOUS" Florida.. 916 Racing Tax to Board of Public Instruction 131. 625.00
unn n \ J. Ben Watkins 921 Refunds 3, 689.75
Owner 10094 931 Transfers' 6 000.00
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I 4t23.lQ.17.24.NOTICE TOTALS 301,380.37

I I TOTAL BUDGET 301. 380.37
DAVE HAMRICK l TO CONTRACTORS Available Cash Balance End of Year 37.646.42

1 H. RODDENBERRY. Associate
Sealed bids will be
until 2:30 P.M. EST Wednesday
A C. No.
BONDS February 15, 1966, by the T3I'State: Classification .. Received

CASUALTY FINANCING ARRANGED AT. 5 1/4% Wakulla County Board of Public TOTAL N1 AU RECEIPTS -5-366.66
Instruction Crawfordville Florida S. 366.66
I MARINE ANY TYPE HOMti BUILT ON YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE at the office of the Superintendent Available TOTAL Cash Balances. Previous Year 3 564.42
of Public Instruction, 8: 931:08:

Florida for the construction ofa AC.'. Np. Classification Extended I
PHONE 877-3108 KU4-7413 W02-2194 Consolidated High School 6' 5 Mosquito Control State Funds '7'7'j' .91
Building In Wakulla County, Total Budget Appropriations and Expenditures 7'377.91 I
1311 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 Florida. Total Budget 1 553 17 I

TALLAHASSEE. FLAU.ON PANACEA...- FLORIDA The Building Is to be of Ma- TOTAL 8: 931:08:
and concrete Construction I
consisting of Class Rooms, .

__ -_ Science Laboratories, Home RECEIPTS I
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Making Laboratories IndustrialArts I
Ji' No. Classification I
; SEPTIC TANK and Vocational Agriculture Taxes. Genera Rol.Ll Received

SERVICE R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME Shops, Library, Gymnasium, 144 pines and Forfeitures 18', '
Band and Choral Rooms Cafeteria 186 Other Non-Revenue Receipt 138:45:
Clean Ol t Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director Auditorium, Administrative 188 Miscellaneous Refunds
I 20.()()
Offices Play Ground Area 190 Transfers
(hemlze on Page 1)) a
.RepairNew Phone 697-3366 with Base Ball Diamond and TOTAL AU RECEIPTS 36.036'6,000.00)
Installation Foot Ball Field with Stadium. Available Cash Balances Previous Year 34
4 The Best For Less CARRADELLE, FLA. The Building will be Heated and TOTAL AVAILABLE 2,491.20

TelephoneTallahassee' "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" Air Plans Conditioned.and Specifications will TOTAL 38:527:54EXPENDITURES 38527.54: :

877.1773 be available to Interested bid- (Vouchers Entered) ,
after SERVING WAKULLA COUNTY den at the office of the Architect A/C. No. Classification
0 no
: Expended
pm Robert Maybin A.I.A.. 316 Salaries Sheriff and Deputies _
-- 210 E. College Avenue, Tallahassee -: s'" Fees and Costs CCC .&:1."'UU.uu
Florida (P. O. Box 327 Conviction Fees 553.SO
Tallahassee liiuiiwn Firm 3125)). A plan deposit of Fifty 328 Witness and Juror Fees 2,219.()()

($50.00)) dollars will be required 329 Other Court Costs and Fees 776.155
by the general contractor bid- 364 Expenses Other Than Salaries 22.50
Ii DIRECTORYPalorniu ding on the contract, to be refunded 365 Investigations 9, 125.00
in full on the return of 687 Fish and Came Conservation 200.00) I
the plans in good condition with- 824 Equipment 840. 95 I
Then Advertisers in five days from the bid date. Total Budget Appropriations and Expenditures 2,'165.()()
Additional sets of plans may be Total Budget 35,102.60

-- obtained by the general contractor Available Cash Balance, End of Year 35,102.60
and plans may also be TOTAL 34 94
obtained by the subcontractorsor 38.527.54
other interested for AND BRIDGE FIND ,
Little Folks Store, parties a
Ms Int. O. I. GRAMLING deposit of Fifty ($50.00)) dollars -

FEEDSFlint "The Capital' per set, with the deposit /C. No. RECEIPTS
Majors for Minors" & CO. refunded less Fifteen ($15.00)) loo -Classification!
U. S.
Cltildr"" Furniturt f'OI/e. dollars to cover the cost of reproduction 111 Wildlife Received
Garnet, Ho"" ... OM-Stop Service for on the return of the 111-1 Gasoline Tax C 873.11 .
River Mills 133 N. Monroe Baby Aoetitonn St. Ph 222.1146BakerAlford Feed'SeedFertilizerPoultry documents in good condition 112 Gasoline Tax County Surplus
Yols> S Monnw .Ph, 223-0274 ----. -. "-----r--;&, _. within five days from bid date. 113 Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax 40,S64.151
Supplies Contractors bidding on the aboveproject 186 Transportation Tax 777.44
Garden ToolsSo. will be required to Other Non-Revenws Receipt 734.09
furnish a bid bond la the amount T07'ALAU RECEIPTS 484.94
Ad n Croniif* at SJLLJUt.. of not less than five ((5%) per I Available TOTAL Cash Balances Previous Year 65022.60
Coe'TA. cent of the bid, which bond AVAILABLE 26,285.78
Parti tf W Phone 222-4812 shall be in the form of a cash- TOTAL 91. 308. 38 I

I Anything for your auto truck ier's check, certified check, or EXPENDITURES (Vouchers 9l.3og.33 i
Light Weight ant RegularCoiter or tractor Also for your power bid bond written by a reputableand A/C.-No. ,Classification Entered).':
.t. Blotkt lawnmower boat and much tot your, acceptable company made 4.>r Free Labor

Hanson Wood and. 208 N. Ad... St. Ph C22-I380 Board payable of to Public the Wakulla Instruction County S. 423 422 Gasoline Maintenance and and Oil Rental of Equipment 50,829.15

lloel Ind.; Inc. Capirrjl 1 '''Stone Co. E. Roddenberry Chairman.The 424 Other 8,131.52
S. Adams St. at 4-Point successful low bidder will 431 Road, Bridge 5,503.75
Ttl 222-6840 P. O Box ""1 tyneelBOSMARBLE( be required to furnish a performance 424-1 InsurancePurchase Culverts etc. 1,044.38,

I .. GRANITE bond and a payment bond 451 of Right of Way 3097.11
-- ..---- BRONZE in the amount of lOOK of the 452 Exp.of Procuring Right of Way 3, 156.30
r contract with 834 761.S5
MEMORIALS price, a surety Highway.Road Mach.,and
company acceptable to the owner Total Budget IquipmeDt 336.65
Yeapcr .CmMtory Wtrkff AU Typo before the award of the con Total Bdget aDd Expenditures 10,993.00 i
BOA W. Gaines SL tract. Available 83,853.41
-T L 223-0711. Cash Balances End of I
Inc. Walter F. BudutB, Her The owner reserves the right to TOTAL Year .83 7.454.91 853.41 :
reject any and all bids.
r NOTES ((1)) The TOTAL figure should be the lame lex $ 91: 308. 38
,fseeras.. and Bonds Board of Public Instruction both RECEIPTs G I EXPENDITURES.
Wakulla County FloridaS.
214 S. Adams SR--Tel. 222-4680
d E. Roddenberry, Chairman
W. E. Whaley, Supt. of Pub. .
Instr. and Secty. to Board

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I 285 Pedestrians r let OoRed !1, THURSDAY, ''Febnurjrjj1 IW.31
Walked to Their! SOPCHOPPY NEWS/

Death in 65 BT 80B BREWSTERx..r BYlouiie C. Sapp
o.. IIOf',
3 e.se.-4 AQ-1 and Mrs. Robert Bets-
FOR A TALLAHASSEE Col. H, N, OUT OF THE CAN ley, and daughter Sandy, are
Kirkman, Director of the Department visiting his parents Mr. and
of Public Safety reported Dream or <'itching your own Mrs. T. W. Beasley. Robert
"aiuipil salmon? Welt, If nMb.> is with the U. S.
today that 285 people literally serving Navy
BRIGHTERFUTURE Pry biologists are HIHpanful In
walked themselves to death on and will be stationed at Whidbe
many states across the country.
Florida streets and highway thin seemingly unlikely event Island, Washington.

last year. may come to pass. College t u d e D ts who were
"In many cases pedestrianswho The salmon In question Is home this past weekend were
walked to their death were kokanee, a close cousin of the Larry Lawhon, John David Jones,
given a powerful assist from Pacific Sockeye species, relate and David Roddenberry.
START A careless drivers," Kirkman said, the fishing experts at Mercury
"but the record shows that the outboard. While possessing cer. Pvt. Bobby Jack Henderson,
pedestrian himself is very muchto tain traits common to the sal son of Mrs. Sarah Jenks, has returned -
blaone.It mon tribe especially table fare to Fort Jackson, South
ACCOUNT appeal this diminutive salmon
The Florida Highway Patrol shuns Carolina,after spending several
Chief listed the following lifesaving seaward migration. days here with his mother. He
reminders for walkers: A freshwater dweller, the completed his basic training at
NOW A kokanee represent a bright hope Fort Bennlng, Georgia, and will !
Cross streets watchfully and
In the fishing picture which becomes
: continue his training I at Fort
r( t\ ? tI at Intersections only. more challenging to blolaKl Jackson.
Never walk Into the street tn each year With fingers
from behind or in front of parked crossed, experimental introduc Mr. and Mrs. Chancey Re-
cars lion are being made wherever vell announce the marriage of
If you'rt planning to send your children to college, if Obey traffic signs and signals suitable water exist their daughter, Shirley Ann, to

I you're dreaming of a better home, a long vacation i cross on green lights or WALK Kokanee are cold water lovers, Jack Colter of Tallahassee.
signs only. preferring l a temperature of The wedding vows were solemnized -
whatever want in the future, a account will .
you savings around 65 degree In
Watch sharply for turning cars many recently January 8 in Cairo, Geor
help pave the way. Open your savings account today. Step up watchfulness at night. constructed reservoirs, gia. The couple resides in Tallahassee -
such conditions prevail After
Never go around a bus, frontor where both are em-
rear, after alighting from it spawning which occur every ployedbythe North Florida Cas
three or four years, kokanee die
Walt until it leaves before cross characteristic of Pacificmilmon Corp.

THE ing the street. Mrs. John Beasley visited her
Never rely on drivers seeing Fishing for these tasty ganie- nephew, Terry Land and family,
you especially on poorly aids I III largely done by trolling in Panama City last week.
lighted streets or roadways at Ht favorable depth A worm
night I baited hook' preceded by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hodge and
Fare traffic and walk on the weighted gang spinners hasp family of Tallahassee: were din-
left while walking in areas where l I'o \ en most productive inokanee ner guests Sunday of Mrs. Del-
LEWIS STATE BANKFlorida's there are no sidewalks: < waters Since they run ma Roberts._
Col Ktrkim concluded In schools, where1 one U taken
more action In theme xpot Mr. and Mrs. J. Emory Green
saying, "All motorists should
usually results but liartdle with and family of Tallahassee visit
give the pedestrian a BRAKE, rare; they possess extremely ed Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
OldestMember however, don't stake your life son mouths and, must be boated Nelse Roddenberry.
on the motorist, obey the rules with mulon
and live longer" Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Porter
Though most familiar In west
of Tallahassee visited in
ern states today, kokanee experiments Sop-
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
pulpwood mills are taking place elsewhere choppy Sunday.Mr.
plant approximately 50 million
seedlings annually in a continuing peralstance and and Mrs. Robby Crum and
good fortune the folks I
planting that be- | at children of Tallahassee visited
I I H Mercury say, there is a possibility '
gan many years ago Mrs. Crum mother, Mrs. Faye
that these savory fish may
become fairly common across Carraway, on Sunday after-
the land. noon.

Kokanee may never replace The Rev. Mr. Luther Stokesof
the ranned variety, but thl'y'l1 Asbury College In Wilmore,
be a welcome addition to every Kentucky", was a visitor in the

.. We Print Your Money lulling family. week.community during this past

hE Old Mrs. Norma Rudd and Mr. Ernest -
Roddcnbr.iy were pleasantly -
surprised this weekend at
the arrival of a relative they
In Our Attic had net seen in 35 years! Their
visitor was( Mr. James Murray
of Kansas City MLssouH tIe
spent several visit rg them
before returning to his home.
"Easiest way to stay awake Mr. and Mrs. Doug Stricklandand
during an after dinner speech children visited his parentsin
Tampa this weekend. :
Is to deliver It.

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4IrAfULLtLQQJL! LTI! a MEN IN SERVICE Ripe Olives In Party Spaghettis FORGET PTA .
j !""VItSDAT.February 10 ut:
Franklin D. Roosevelt ., 'r tfESOAKlV/GHr/ FEB. 6Have .
CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH (CVA-42)) (FHTNC) -- Marine { ra .*t. .- ,.
MENU FOR Private First Class Eugene F.. s y ,*' *-CRAHFORDVIllE: .. -
Cutchin, son cf Mr. and Mrs. -
NEXT WEEKMondayBarbequed Ernest P. Cutchln of St. Marks, -1'
Fla., luchedu1edto participate .
in a training exercise beginning d,
Beef January 25 while serving on the ;;
Slaw staff of the Commander Carrier ,
Potato SaladChocolate Division Six, currently aboard -
PuddingBun the flagship, the attackaircraft You Asked Yourself
Butter carrier USS Franklin D.Rootevelt. P

Milk .
Operation "Springboard" is an
Tuesda lti annual Atlantic Fleet exercise '
Meat Sauce conducted in the Caribbean, These Questions?
Turnip Greens and provides fleet ships and u-
In the latest
Mixed FruitBread nits with training
methods and equipment used in
Com Bread anti-submarine warfare. Why should you travel extra mOt and use tq
Antl-ait warfare, air strike
Milk operations, underway replenish- extra hours to shop out of town? .

Wednesdaym; ment and joint operations with
urger Steaks other branches of the Armed ANSWER: You Shouldn't! You can save time
Steamed Rice Forces is also stressed. "", .i.\ :t .
Green Peas The Caribbean has the best I I ..l ... Advisory Board Photos gas and trouble by shopping right here In your .' .
PeachesOrange weatherconditions for conducting I 741a rich olive-studded sauce is perfect party fodder for the hometown stores. Furthermore modern distribution ) .
Juice naval operations during the I [I\ftg: let In that It can be made days In advance; it's easy to serve brings the newest merchandise here'as fast a) ,'
Bread ButterMilk winter. Mele to eat and Infinitely stretthable Just keep plenty of cans
t .t 1lfornla ripe olives on hand and stir some in when the pot anywhere and lower overhead costs than in larger Y
i I'IOW. places helps keep prices DOWN. .
Thursday San Antonio Tex. Airman t, NORTH BEACH SPAGHETTI
Beef Stew C. Folsom, son of Mr.
Larry I .
pound ground lean beef 1 tablespoon salt
Potatoes/Carrots/Celery and Mrs. F. Folsom of
Larry '
soup cooking oil 1 teaspoon basil .
Cabbage/Pineapple Salad Rt. 2, Crawfordville Fla. J How can:
Cookies has been assigned to Wright-;I vi{up chopped celery !J4 teaspoon black pepper this community grow and prosper '
Rolls ButterMilk Patterson AFB, Ohio, after "Jyiup finely chopped carrot !/a bay leaf provide career opportunities for our young people
1 (No. 2J/j) can tomatoes 1 cup canned California
Air Force basic
completing unless hometown, folks
2 tablespoons Instant minced ripe olives spend most of their money
FMday training.The here at home?
1964 onion 12 ounces spaghetti '
lab teaks airman, a graduateof 4
Catsup Crawfordville High School, !1/4 cup chopped parsley
Cole SlawButtered will be trained on the Job as a Brown beef In oil Add celery and carrot cooking until celery ANSWER: It can't! Dollars spent-away are gone
Corn communications specialist with I looks transparent. Add tomatoes onion parsley) and seasonings
forever Dollar spent here stimulate local trade
Candied Yams the Air Force Communications Cover; simmer 1 to H4 hour Cut olives into chunks, stir into
Bread Butter I Service. sauce 5 minutes before serving. Cook spaghetti In boiling salted activity finance business expansion and increase Shop
Milk water until tender. ; drain and serve with sauce !Makes 6 servings employment.
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/J ; r and improve our schools,civic services, our churches
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n'ea..43 J1d hospital, and other community facilities?

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of and contributions made by o } local business peo

ple. Part of every dollar you spend helps build a

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,, Jiampennj' fsjsrs, "o( superior felt Attractive, du>
AILIJI 1 \ %1 sbfj woven' *trips cover strong cord turning
n ty *"**!' el 1 side Urethane Foam topper
niaie'this'an outstanding bedding value. You'll want
the additional benefits of the specially constructed

'|w spring, tool! Make it i special year for comfort 1961 Chevrolet $795
|*v-withi.Oanley SG SPECIAL bedding assemble, HANDSOME 1963 Ford $1195 4-door economy e cyllndtr with
too 4 door VS with radio ra
automatle tranamlMlm radio ft heater.
,MQi \ dlo. hour and a one owner loW 1961 Chevrolet. $1095
IS I AS mileage auto
$745 4 door adds VS. radio heater
LY 1963 Falcon automatic tranamlialoo. pow.r
4 door low mlleagt one Owner atMrlnf. local on. oases cer.eer .
HANDSOMEDOES 1959 Chevrolet
q ; b,4. 1965 Chevy I II I $2095 e elylnder atandard x$395
y 4 door g cylinder, automatictranamlailon dlo and heater
set radii and better 1957 Cadillac. $295
1964 Ford . $1395 4 door Hardtop, A real good

NEW. ADeluxl .a... OURS RUN AS GOOD VS door,standard radio, heater trinsmlsiloo. 4 buy.

I Ia AS THEY LOOK AT 1964 Belair $1795 2 Lots to Serve You

Alford Chevrolet I VI conditioning 4 door,Chevrolet radio and with beater air. 327 No. Adams
DE) / 1964 Chevrolet. $1695 1414 South Monroe
_I Belair 4 door with radio beater
L 1965 CORVETTE and automatic tranamlailon' BOTH LOTS OPEN TILL e'00 PM
my way you look a a Y u Convertible, Low mile.... 1963 Chevrolet. $1795 roa YOUR CONVENIENCE:
sleep on it! Total area supper w a 1965 Chevelle 4 door Impala Hardtop trsOa Famous OK Quality
$2295 dte, heater, automatic
body balanced 312 COIL mattress 1 door with radio, beater and million, and air conditioning 1-Year G-W Warranty
face luxury is enhanced by full l/ftflwm/ Foam's law mllr. '1963 Chevrolet $1695VI :
both sleeping surfaces. De M' 1964 Chevelle $1795 I door Hardtop with radio
layers of purest gatnetted felt e -4: %- '- t .r Malibu and 1 low door mileage Hardtop. on*own- heawr I1. and automatic traumla. EASY TERMS'
to superior support Mattress
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