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Title: Wakulla County news
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Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
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; VOLUME 67 NUMBER | ,7.fl -'- '2" 7--- i Price 10c Per Copy
25. t ___ n __ CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA THIRSD4Y: [February_ !see. __
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THE COUNTY rIEL I VN 0. STRICKLAND I MEDICARE NEWS JANUARY SALES AND USE

AGENT'S CORNER Sopchoppy Melvin Oliver I TAX COLLECTIONS UP :1--

Strickland, 91, retired farmer The medicare enrollment

and beekeeper, died at his deadline date is rapidly drawing Tallahassee State Comptroller .
home Wednesday 9. closer, reminded Frank White, : ;:
February
Fred O. Dickinson today reported
BYE R. Wheaton
for
Tallahassee District Manager
County AgentThe He was a lifelong resident of that January sales and use "ft
Wakulla County and a memberof social security. of
good prices we.have seen the First Baptist Church. Anyone 65 or older who has not tax collections$1 million above$29,855,446were esti- ,

for beef and hogs In 1965 have Funeral services were held at yet enrolled must do so before mates.
deal of the First Church the 31st of March or he may lose 1
brought great speculation Baptist at 3:00 "Our latest figures from the
as to how long these prices P.M. Friday with the Rev.. the medical insurance protection Florida Revenue Commission
will hold at their present level. C. Hall and the Rev. Jesse Baker offered by medicare. The that
substantiate our predictions
This speculation can be turned officiating. Burial followed next enrollment period will not
Florida's is continuing -
economy
the
1967 and
into fact if close examination is in West Sopchoppy Cemeterywith occur until late surDickin
Its
enroll- upward
medical benefits from
given to a few events which J. A. Culleyand Sons Fun commented.
have brought about the present eral Home in charge of arrange- ment at that until time will 1968.not be son Dickinson noted, too, that
available July,
situation. The outlook for live- ments.
collectionswere
sales and use tax
stock for 1966 Is taken from economic Survivors include three sons, White also pointed out that up over totals of the same
reports furnished by the Harley Strickland, Tallahassee blue medicare applications were
well
month a year ago, as as
mailed to all receiving
Agricultural Extension Service, Wilmer A. Strickland and persons fiscal collect-
from the surpassing year
University of Florida Gaines George H. Strickland, both of old-age assistance ions.
of Public Wel-
ville. Sopchoppy five daughters Mrs. State Department
,
According to revenue com-
fare. Anyone 65, now receiving
Livestock Outlook for 1966 C. E. Fowler, Lakeland, Mrs. welfare age who did not receive mission figures cited by Dick-
W. M. Inman, Quincy, Mrs. A. the 1966 collections -
Beef Cattle one of these forms and inson, January, ,
H. Wentworth, Perry Mrs. R. 11.
64
were percent
An important development in who has not applied for medi-
the livestock industry durinf M. Hartsfield, Tallahassee, care should contact the social above the collections of January -

1965 was a halt in the buildupof Mrs. S. E. Roddenberry, Sop security office without delay. 1965.
the cattle inventory accom- choppy, one brother, J. I, Hospital insurance under medi- "'Florida'.five per ccntwhole-

panied by a general rise in cat- Strickland, Daytona Beach one care provides up to !90 days hos- sale sporting goods tax also ..- ;'lr'. ,,
sister, Mrs. Lavonia Winburn, showed a healthy increase, and .. : ,
tle prices. Prices ordinarily pital care for each spell of ill :,,_
drop during the first year of the Havana; 22 grandchildren and ness. It also provides nursing the January gasoline tax col-"

downswing phase of the cattle 33 greatgrandchildren.MEN home care following a hospital lections also were increased, .r: irK 1 ?+r re w Sc+lt- ... S; r e

c y c 1 e. Considering present stay, home health care following Dickinson said. f tti ... ,

prices and a favorable outlook, a hospital stay, and pays a January gasoline sales totaled .. ..,...-w: ?.,. 'I.
producers probably will begin IN SERVICEUSS substantial part of the cost of $14, 368, 878, for an increaseof J

their rebuilding after only a very Taconic (ACC-17) FHT medical tests made at the out- 3.63 per cent over January, GIRL. AGE 5. FIRE Child Dies From Burns After
) (
short pause. If this rebuildingstarts patient clinic of a hospital. 1965, totals. Current sporting DIES HEREA
NC) -- Boatswain's Mate Second tax collections totaled VICTIM firemen fought blaze with two engines
in 1966, prices during the Medical insurance under me- goods
Class Dexter L. Tucker
year should rise slightly. Fed USN, son of Mrs. Rufus Tucker, dicare, which will cost $3 per $159,003 for January of this Ii ve year-old girl badly I

/ cattle prices probably will stay Sr. of Crawfordville, Fla. ,, month for each person who year, for a gain of 8.56 per burned in a fire, which demol-
strong and average somewhat! is participating in "ExerciseHigh chooses this protection, will cent over the same month a ished her family's house at

higher than in 1965, but bunch- Time as a member of this pay $8 out of every $10 of doc- year ago. Crawfordville! Friday night, died
ings of marketings in any period command.The tor bills above the first $Sb> incurred "The steady and sizable increases Saturday afternoon at Florida

could depress prices. Prices of three-phase exercise Is during a year. It also in our sales and use tax ACM Hospital.She .

feeder cattle probably will remain being conducted In the Atlanticand will pay costs for other medical CHAMBER MEMBERS was Ella Mae Williams,

strong throughout most of Caribbean from January 21 expenses such as medical equipment I NAMED TO CIVIL daughter of Mrs. Erlene Wil-

the coming year. One factor to February 18, to test combat rental, ambulance liams, whose house burned to
adding price strength will be efficiency and improve the antisubmarine service, etc.; and will pay for DEFENSE POSTS the ground when a kerosene

demand for heifers foradditionsto anti-air, mine home health care for a person stove exploded.
breeding herds. and amphlWoto warfare techni- vhv you not jo into a hocpt:.** Panacea 'I'h\ members of Mrs. Williams was treated and

During 1965, about three per- ques of some 50 units of the U. first. the Panacea Chamber of Com- released at the hospital Friday \
cent less red meat was produced S. Second Fleet, the Atlantic "The social security office in merce were named to the Wa night but two other children; ,

than in 1964. Beef productionwas Fleet Amphibious Force and At- Tallahassee will be open each i I'I kulla County Civil Defense Ad- Michael, 2, and John, 6; I :
up two percent and veal up lantic Fleet Marine Force. Saturday morning and all day on visory Committee at their last were reported in fair

one percent, but pork was down Phase one of the exercise start- Tuesday, February 22, which is meeting. by the hospital. I
nine percent. ed with the loading of Fleet Marine a national holiday. These extra They are Jack Redfern, former Members of the Panacea Vol- .

Hog: Prices Force elements aboard hours are for the benefit of Coast Guard auxiliaryman, unteer Fire Department foughtthe -,..

Hogprices rose substantially ships of the ampsibfousforce at the puublicwhowish to apply foi Donald Tucker, Army veteran, blazing wooden house unsuccessfully -

during 1965 in response to smaller Morehead City, N. C. for medicare or other social security and Rev. A. V. Pickern, former with two fire engines. q
benefits White concluded.He Coast Guardsman
1966 ,
supplies. Prices during
transportation to Vieques, P. R.
all those who desire In other business
the
will probably above invites Chamber i. .
average Enroute to Vieques, the group
1965 levels, but most of the held an exercise with a fast carrier information to contact the Tal- heard a report from Phil Han- I JACK REDFERN, DONALD TUCKER, REV. A. V. PICKERN '
lahassee office at 306 W. Jefferson son chairman of the membership FORECASTThe
WEATHER '
will in the first
occur
strength task force and submarine .. elected to the Wakulla Civil Defense Advisory Committee
St. or telephone 222- drive committee that
half of the year. Prices may units. up-
in the slaughter of sows indicated 3515. to-date the committee has Thirty Day Agricultural
drop
Phase two, scheduled to end ROBERT F. MONROE SEEKS ELECTIONTO
doubled the Outlook for the
plans for some production February 11, is a Marine membership over Weather period
gun-
expansion. Hog prices In nery exercise involving artil- 1965. nid-Fe b r u If y through Mid- STATE SENATE ON GOP TICKET

the latter part of 1966 and ic lery, aircraft and naval gunfire.It CHARLES E. METLICKA Upon a request from membersof March for South Ceorgla, South-

1967 will depend primarily or began with the off-loading of I the Ochlockonee River area, eastAlabama and Northwest Robert F. "Bobby" Munroe, a 43-year-old native of Quincy, announced -
how quickly the expansion inproduction Marines on Vieques, Jan. 30. Funeral services for Charles for a survey to be mad as to Florida Issued by the Weather Tuesday that he would be a candidate for the Florida State

develop and how Phase three of Exercise High Edward Metlicka, age 69, of the feasibility of marking the Bure a u Advisory Agricultural Senate in the November General Election. Mr. Munroe is a Republican

large it is. It now appears that Time will be conducted as the Lanark, who died suddenly last lower section of the river for Meteorologist, Georgia Coastal and seeks to represent the newly formed District which ii

there will be a slight Increasein units return to their home ports.It Sunday at his home were held marine navigation, a committee Plain Experiment Station, Tif- composed of Gadsdcn, Gulf, Franklin, Liberty and Wakulla Coun-
farrowings this spring which will include anti-air and anti Wednesday at 3:00 P.M. in the I composed of Larry Burnette, ton, Ga. February 15, 1966. ties.

will bring only a modest in- submarine warfare drills and R. L. Riley Funeral Home ChapeL chairman, Al Willis, Preston Temperatures during the next "Bobby", as he is known to his many friends, is next to the
c re as late other tactical exercixes. The Rev. Glenn Totman Robinson and Forrest Coxen was 30 days are expected to average youngest of the 18 children of the late M. W. "Pat" Munroe, pre
1966. Uproduucenincrease far- officiated and burial followedin I appointed to look into the pro- near or above normal over all sident of the Quincy State Bank for many years. He attended Quincy

I'OWlngslatetbis spring and next Evergreen Cemetery.He ject. of the Tri-State AgriculturalArea. grammar and junior high schools and graduated from McCallie
fall ten was a veteran of World WarI The chamber also agreed to Daily mean temperatureswill School, Chattanooga, Tenn. After attending Georgia Tech It
by
or more
percent PHONE SERVICE and member of the Ameri- purchase tents and other between 53 and 62
prices a equip- average 1940 and 1941 he enlisted in the U. S. Army during World War II.
by the p-obablywillclropsharply end of the and in DISRUPTED BY STORM can Legion. He was a residentof ment for the Panacea Boy Scout degrees. Daily maximum temperatures He spent 16 months in the Aleutian Islands and as paratrooper oi
year
1967. There is real danger of Franklin County for the past Troop which is Jointly sponsoredby will average between the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment he lost his left leg while

overexpansion -In 1967 with a Long distance telephone service I seven yean, coming from Chicago the Panacea First Baptist 65 and 74 degrees with after- engaged In the Battle of the Bulge in Belgium in 1945. He was discharged -
serious price decline. was disrupted last Sunday, and was retired from the Church and the Chamber of noon temperatures reaching 75 as a first lieutenant.
Feb. 13, due to high wind dam- Board of Health in Chicago. Commerce. degrees or higher on 3 to 5 days .
Roses Around the Home age to the 240 foot tower in Survivors are his wife, Mrs. during the period. Dally mini- C' He is currently engaged in tae:

Although February is not con- Tallahassee.Bill Anna Metlicka, Lanark; 1 sister mum temperatureswill average farm machinery business in
sidered as a rose month in Florida Malloy, Southeastern Mrs. Ella Holley of Wood- between 43 and 52 degrees with Quincy and takes an active part

many bushes that are Commercial Manager, said the stock, Illinois.R. early morning temperatures In civic and national affairs. A
planted at this time of the year high winds Sunday also slow- L. Rlley Funeral Home of falling to 32 degrees or loweron member of John W. Shaw Post

seem to produce as well as those ed down the repair work because Carrabelle was in charge of ar- 2 to 4 days over Inland areas. No. 84 of the American Legion,
planted in other months. Thisis of the difficulty found in rangements. Rainfall during the period mid- i' he is a member of the National

especially since good root trying to climb this high tower. February through mid-March Is r Security Council of that organi-
stocks suitable for Florida have Malloy said that winds up to expected average between zation. He is also executive

been developed.To 50 miles per hour were reported CARD OF THANKSWe 3,50 and 6.00 Inches occurring r committeeman of the State Republican -
have good roses the plants in Tallahassee, however the mostly as general rains on 8 to Party from Gadsden

must have good care. Perhaps facilities in Wakulla County wish to take this opportunity 11 days during the period. County.Mr. .
the two most serious problemswith withstood the storm. to publicly thank those who Sunshine 'during the next 30 Munroe's wife died as the
roses in Florida are black days is expected to average a- result of an automobile acci-
were so kind to us during our recent -
spot and tiny red spider mite. loss. bout 53% of possible with sever- .1 dent in 1963 and he is the fatherof

Both can cause leaves to fall CANCER MEETING Your thoughtfulness and prayer al periods of extended cloudi- f r two children, a girl, Bobbie

prematurely and result in the FEBRUARY 28TH did mean so much to us. ness. Dow 12, and a boy, James
death of the Black Soil the I Tucker 10.
plant. spotIs We ask for Cod's richest blessings temperatures during ,
a year round problem and requires There will be a meeting of the for each of next 30 days will begin to rise J "I am conservative Republi-

constant spray protection.Red American Cancer Society Mon- you A BEAUTY REIGNS Debonh slowly under the Influence of increasing } can. believe in less, not

spiders will come and go day night, February 28th, at The James Walter Bryant Mill America 19(8, intensity and durationof l. more, big government interference -
according to climatic condition.In 7.30 P.M. at the Florida Power Willis ramify plant to fight disease! herself, sunshine. Average tempera- ,; into the affairs of citi-
addition to disease and insect Lounge. The public is invited by becoming a doctor. Mean. tures under four Inches of bare tens, more state and local responsibility -

control, special emphasis and urged to attend. while the urge everyone soil are expected to range be- ft for what government
should be placed on proper irrigation Mrs. Helen Turner is president. everywhere "Fight cancer with tween 55 and 65 degrees by ,; that is necessary and believe

maintaining a good a checkup- _and_a-check"_ March 1st. i J'Z I: that if we had less big govern-
mulch around roses to amend the BOOSTERS CANDIDATEJoe Y y 4 1'I | ment and more local and Indlvldual -
BAND JOE BOYD IS PUBLIC UTIlITIES I
soil and help hold moisture a- responsibility that we
and MEETING CALLEDThe Robert F. Munroe would enjoy a better future, "
round roots, plus a regular Boyd, Dade County Commissioner, qualified Tuesday as a
he said.
.. seeks-Senate seat
fertilization
constant program. nomination for Public Service Commission -
Crawfordville Band Boosters candidate for the Democratic JAMES G. TAYLOR
There are a number of good fertilizers Club will have a called of Florida. He filed for [seat two, now held by Jerry Car .
on the market that are meeting Tuesday, March 22, at ter. TO RUN FOR COUNTY JERRY W. CARTER verefused' vote for rate Increases -

especially formulated for roses. 7:30 P.M. in Mrs. Dorothy Miller's Boyd was elected to the Dade c mmission first in 1958 and twice COMMISSIONERJames 1 ANNOUNCES FOR unless absolutely necessary
If you would like to have the room, at the school. since, and has been Its chairma i. In his last race he received to keep the trallSpOl'Utionand I
"Roses in Florida" C. of Panacea REELECTIONTallahassee
bulletin All members are urged to attend nearly 80 per cent of the votes c; st. He was city attorney for Hialeah Taylor utility companies a sound''
which covers this subject in detail as this is a very important for eight years, and has b en president of Hlaleah-Miaml came by the News office Jerry W. Cartel position to continue the expansion '
call the and announced he
please come by or of Hlaleah-Miaml day
dent
Springs Bar Association and pre Springs of to
:
County Agent's Office and a free meeting.The to run for the seat of TueS-1 today announced that he will bea servjceijieceiiary
Chamber of Commerce. candidate for re-election to keep pace with our rapidly
from
Commissioner
copy will be given to you. Boyd, a native Georgian who came to Florida in 1939, was educated 4 now being held by the Florida Public Service Commission growing state. "

American Cancer Society at Piedmont College, Me cer University and University of sioner Wlllard Carter of Medart.Mr. in the May Democratic Carter Is credited as the ortglnalsponsorof -
Miami where he received his law degree. He Is a Baptist, and
federation of JOSUrynjectomee Primaries. the Interterrltor-
a said that he would .
About half of the 23,000 Amer. sponsor clubs throughout belongs to the Shrine, Lions, Elks, Moose, V.F.W. and other make Taylor a formal announcementas Carter stated, "I am proud to ial Class Rate and Classification -
,leant who have lost their larynxes He is on the executive c< mmittee of the State Associationof
the world the International, Association groups. soon as possible after Marct have had a part in holding down case (freight rate equalization
becauae have learned to and 4as served as state commander of
of cancer of Laryngectomeea,whoa County Commissioners, 1st, the first day for qualifyln the Increase La the cost of utility between southern and northern -
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speak again many with help member han lott their normal the American Legion. for County Office. services to the public to lest points) whichjwent through
from So- former Ann and five childrenlive
the (
the American Cancer Boyd and his wife, Stripling,
n ety. method of speakingbecause 0 than one-third of the Increasedcost every court In the land for 17

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RACE TRACK

COUNTY NEWSThur..y NOTICE FOR HOUSE WIRING, ELECTRIC MINUTES: OF THE WAKULLA COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD LEGAL NOTICESIn j FUNDS RELEASED
: MOTOR REPAIR, AP- MEETING ON 17 1966
,February 17,t 966 JANUARY ,
is hereby given that PLIANCE REPAIR, AND ELEC-
Notice the Court of the County Tallahassee- State Comptroller -
I '. the undersigned, desiring engage TRIC BLANKETS -------- The meeting was called to order by Chairman Roddenberry. Wakulla County, Flo- Fred O. Dickenson today announced -
WAKULLACOUNTY In business under the fictitious CALL TERRY HARRIS, WO 2- I Members present were Mr. Paulk, Mr. Posey and Mr. Strickland. Judge, Probate. a record high monthly

NEWS'Ttlrphnn name of St. Marks Real- 2422, SOPCHOPPY, FLA. I Members absent Mr. Crum. rida, In distribution of $2,680,000 to

ty, P. O. Box 97, St. Marks, 2/10.17.24.3/3. Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded by Mr. Strickland, that the min- In rei Estate of Florida counties in state racingtax
Florida, Intends to register the i I utes be approved as read. J. W. Willis, also known as J. funds.

WAIntil130l said name with the Clerk of the BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Voting for the motion Mr. Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Stricklandand W. Willis, Jr., Dickinson said the February
Circuit Court of Wakulla Coun- Mr. Roddenberry. Deceased.To .
track fund distributionwill
racing
Available
throughout the U.S.A. I
t. ty, Florida. and Canada. A new product Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded by Mr. Paulk, that the board All Creditors and Persons A- give each Florida county

J. Ben Watkins, which will sell Itself. Our line accept the resignation of Mrs. Atwood. Having Claims or Demands $40,000. That Is an Increaseof
Virginia Kelrhtley EditorPublisher' Owner 100* is a complete business within I Voting for the motion Mr. Foley, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Stricklandand gainst Said Estate $9,000 for each county a-

4t-2/3.10.17.24. itself, no sideline Investment Mr. Roddenberry. You and each of you are here- bove what was received for the
Fred K.hrhtle necessary. Space-age advance. Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded by Mr. Paulk, that Mrs. by notified and required to pre- same month of 1965.

Used by homes, hotels, farms, Belle Fahey be employed as a teacher in the Wakulla County sent any claims and demands By Florida law, the racing: tax
School .
Entered at Crawfordvlll. Florida government installations and System.Voting which you, or either of you, receipts are divided equally a-
M second Blau matter. Subcriptinn Rp SPARE business. National Advertising for the motion Mr. Posey, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Stricklandand may have against the estate of J. mong Florida counties.
Mr. .
TIME? by Company. Users order Roddenberry.Moved W. Willis, also known as J. W. Dickinson reported that since
: 13.\\QO may Mr. Strickland seconded Mr. that the Board
by
per year Posey
rate EXTRA INCOME by deceased late of
of the
for $13.95 per gallon delivered Willis, Jr. the start current fiscal
Competent man or woman interested prepaid. relinquish all claim to the peanut allotment on the property that said County, tothe County Judgeof period for racing tax distribution -
was from Crum for the consolidated school.
purchased
in making money now Jack Florida at
,
Exclusive Franchise. Invest- Wakulla County, in November, the Comptroller's
y. and in the future to refill and Voting for the motion Mr. Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Stricklandand house of -
ment secured by fast moving his office In the court Office has sent checks
collect from our new super Mr. Roddenberry.
i money inventory with a guarantee sell said County at Crawfordville, totaling $124,000 to each of thestate's
coin operated dispensers. Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded by Mr. Posey, that Mrs. Burks calendar
HENRY WILLIAMS No original accounts agreement. and Mrs. be attend Florida, within six 67 counties. That li an
soliciting Kagey placed on Temporary Duty to a Language the first
as route is established by us. $400 minimum 14758. Conference in Atlanta. months from the time of increase of $22,000 for each

REALTYReg. To qualify for profits and ownership 40 maximum investment.For Voting for the motion: Mr. Paulk, Mr. Posey, ,Mr. Stricklandand publication of this notice.demand Two I county above the amount received -
you must have $600.00 to complete informationwrite Mr. Roddenberry. copies of each claim or during the same fiscal
$1900.00 to Invest and 6 to 10 or call: shall be writing, and shall period a year ago.ENROLLMENT .
Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded by Mr. Posey, that the resignation -
\ Real Estate Broker hours w e e k ly. For Interview Area Code 314-PE.90125Franchise of Clarence Thomas be accepted. state the place of residence and
Merchandisers address of the claimant -
office
St. Marks write Interstate Sales Division 0-2 Voting for the motion Mr. Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Stricklanc post FIGURESFOR
Fla. Minnesota. Includephone. the
Rochester, 3024 North Lindbergh Blvd. and Mr. Roddenberry.Moved and shall be sworn to by

Phone 741 St. Ann, Missouri 63074 by Mr. Posey, seconded by Mr. Paulk, that Mr. John R claimant, his agent, or filing attorneyand fee CHIPQLA JC ,

LEGAL NOTICESIn 7t2l7.24.33.10.17.24.31.LEGAL Cumberbatch be employed as teacher in the Wakulla Count; accompanied by a
Marianna Florida Final
School of one dollar and such claim or enrollment -
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES System. be figures for the Fall
The Circuit Court of the All for the Motion Mr. Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Strickland am demand not so filed shall
term at Chipola Junior
Second Judicial Circuit of Florida Mr. Roddenberry.Moved void. College
Associate: reveala grand total of 1721 Individuals
In and For Wakulla NOTICESIn by Mr. Posey, seconded by Mr. Paulk, that the Board ac Jtl C. O. Willis served -

W. N. Hatcher, Sr. County. At Law. the Court of the County cept the bid of Huggins Business Machines for the Mimograph Dup As Administrator of the Estate adult and college credit -
,
Phone WA 6.320 1 No. 447. Judge, Wakulla County, flo- licator. In the opinion of the board this is the best bid for this I of J. W. Willis, deceased. programs. Of these occupational, a total of

The Lewis State Bank, a Flori- rida. In Probate. machine and meets all specifications. 4t-2/10, 17,24, 3/3. 352 were enrolled in adult and

da corporation, In re Estate of Voting for the motion: Mr. Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Strickland occupational courses.
Plaintiff, and Mr. Roddenberry.
If You tJeed. vs. Mrs. Ola Tucker, Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded by Mr. Posey, that bills be paidas LEGAL NOTICE In the area of college credit
Deceased. presented. courses, total of 1369 students

Office Supplies R. J. Edwards Defendant., To All Creditors and Persons I Voting for the motion Mr. Posey, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Stricklandand In the 'Circuit Court of the were enrolled, with 760 of these
Having Claims or Demands A- Mr. Roddenberry. man, and 609 women. Some
Circuit of flo-
Office Furniture. Notice of Sheriff's Sale Said Estate Second Judicial: : 878 students were drawn from
gainst Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded by Mr. Posey, that the board and Wakulla
rida In '
Business Machines within the junior college district -
To Whom It May Concern You and each of you are here- adjourn. County. In Chancery.No. .
s.. or Call Notice is hereby given that trader by notified and required to present Voting for the motion Mr. Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Stricklandand 1370. made up of Jackson, Wash-
Calhoun and
Mr. ington, Holmes
Roddenberry.
claims
RANEY WHALEYat and by virtue of a Writ of which any and demands Earnest LISENBY, counties; 410 came from other

Execution dated December 14, have you, or either of you, Mr. Roddenberry, W. B. Whaley, Plaintiff, Florida counties; and 81 were
1965, issued upon a Judgment may against the estate of Chairman Superintendent .
vs.Fannie drawn from outside of Florida.
CAPITAL OFFICE Mrs. Ola Tucker deceased
rendered in the Circuit: Court of ,
late of said to the Mae LISENBY, Enrollment for the Spring Ie m-
EQUIPMENT CO. the Second Judicial Circuit: of County,
Florida In and for Wakulla County Judge of Wakulla Coun- Defendant. estertotals 1066 In college credit -
Florida his MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS courses. Chipola is now in
319 South the above styled ty, at office in the Order of Publication
Adam St. IYwill sell to the highestand courthouse of said County at WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA its eighteenth year, with a total -
cause
Corner E. Pen.aeolaTALLAHASSEE best, bidder for cash at the Crawfordville, Florida, withinsix FEBRUARY 7, 1966 STATE OF FLORIDA TO: faculty of 64.

; FLORIDA door of the Wakulla County calendar months from the Fannie Mae Lisenby,
The Board of County Commissioners of Wakulla this
met
Court House, In Crawfordville, time of the first publication of date in Crawfordville with the following present: County C/o Ed Boyd,

Florida, at eleven o'clock A. this notice. Two copies of each Willard Carter, Chairman; George Young, Vice Chairman; William 2219 Johnson's Ferry Road, MRS. CARRIE WARREN I

M. on the 7th day of March, claim or demand shall be in D. Walker, Ralph Strickland and John L. Davis, Commis- Atlanta, Georgia.You Funeral :
services for
Mrs. Car-
A. D. 1966, the following des- writing place of residence, and shall and state the sioners; Moody Pearce Clerk; W. R. Taff, Sheriff; and J. H. are hereby notified that a rie Warren, age 76, of Carra-
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cribed personal property, to fice address of the cant Hudson, County Attorney. complaint for divorce has been belle, wfco died last Sunday I
wit Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved.The filed against you in the Circuit !
and shall be sworn to by the morning In a localhospital: ,
1 D-2 Caterpillar Tractor, claimant Board authorized the Clerk to proceed with having new ven- Court of Wakulla County, flo- held
his were 3:00
his Tuesday at P.
or
agent attorney I
I with front end loader. and accompanied by a etian blinds installed in the newly decorated Court Room. rida, in Chancery. You are M. In the First Methodist Church .
1 International TD-14 Single Commissioner Walker moved and
filing fee of one dollar and such Commissioner Davis seconded hereby required to file (person- in Carrabelle. Burial followed
: Dozer, and claim or demand not so filed the following resolution be adopted and it was so ordered: ally or by attorney ) with the in Evergreen Cemetery.R. .
1 Martin Chopper. shall be void. Whereas, the Board of County Commissioners of Wakulla Coun- Clerk of said Court, and send a L. Riley Funeral Home of

Dated this 28th day of January ItAllton ty are paying payroll accounts on the first Mondays and the fifteenth copy of the same to the attor- Carrabelle was in charge of
TuckerAs ar
s A.D. 1966. or the first Monday following the fifteenth, and ney for the plaintiff, your writ- rangements.She .
administrator of the Estate Whereas, the Board is of the that all
affSheriff opinion county employeescould defenses if any, to the
of Mrs. Ola was a resident of Franklin
Tucker
ulI la County, ceased. de- be better served if they received their wages on the 15th and complaint in said cause, on or County for the 30
the last day of the month, it is before March 21 1966. Herein past years,
Florida. t-2/17. from
24 3/3, 10.S,1'EVIE Therefore Resolved coming Meadville, MissIssippi -
4t-2/3.10.17.24. that the Board of County Commissioners of fail not, or judgment by default
and
was a member of
Wakulla County, In regular meeting assembled do hereby approve will be entered against vou. the-First
L -- county payroll warrants only prior to the end of payroll period, WITNESS my hand and the seal Survivors Methodist Church.

DAVE HAMRICK "' provided however; to the condition precedent that the employee of said Court at Crawfordville, are her husband,

REV ELL complete the payroll period involved, it is Wakulla County, Florida, this 2 George L. Warren, Carrabelle;
INSURANCE AGENCY Further Resolved, that the Road Superintendent of time keeper 16th day of February, 1966. daughters, Mrs. Rosa Jo Dan-
shall turn in all time under his iels and Mrs. Anne Braswell,
the
j jurisdiction on tenth and thetwentyfifth
,
ROBERT H. RODDENBERRY AssociateA
(Official Seal) both of Tallahassee; 1 brother,
of each
'AUTOMOBILE ((25)) month.
FULL TIME AND COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE
I Mr. Strickland moved and Mr. Young seconded that the Board /Moody Pearce Edgar Coleyof Oak Grove, La. ;

I BONDS accept the agreement between the Town of Crawfordville and the Moody Pearce 2 grandchildren and several

CASUALTY fHA FINANCING AT 6% : Florida Forest Service for use of a used Forest Fire Truck. The Clerk Circuit Court, nieces and nephews.Pallbearers .
motion was carried.On Wakulla County, FloridaJ. were S. J. Robi-

'MARINE ANY TYPE HOME BUILT ON YOUR LOT dR ACREAGE the motion of Commissioner Walker the Board requested that H. HudsonP. son, Myers Mattair, J. L. May-
I Mr. Lollie and Mr. Schley contact the city officials of St. Marks O. Box 66Crawfordville ton, Charlie Gander, Robert

FIRE SERVING WAKULLA COUNTY AND TIlE CCrtSTTAL AREA and Sopchoppy and offer the same services on fire equipment as Florida. McKnight and Leo Hance.SPECIALS .

PHONE 877-3108' has been offered to Crawfordville and Panacea. Provided however Attorney for Plaintiff.

I YU4-2601 YU4-7439 "W02-2194 that they are willing to accept these services on the same terms 4t-2/l7.24.3/3.10.
and conditions as has Crawfordville and Panacea.
1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873
PANACEA FLORIDA The Board authorized Mr. Gwin to hire additional help for two
I
TALLAHASSEE. FLA.LEON -- ((2)) months beginning March 1st, 1966.

LET, US. BUY OR SELL FOR"YOUR Tax Assessor Ferrell stated that he estimated a minimum of $5-
000.00 for initial expenditure for start of re-valuation of county

..-- ... _- property.Mr. .
Walker moved that a 11 bids received for re-valuation of

; SEPTIC TANKSERV1CFii county property ((1-3-66)) be rejected. The motion was carried.

L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME The Board on the motion of Commissioner Strickland authorized

the Tax Assessor to hire necessary help to proceed with revaluation SPECIALS; FRI.
Clean otRepair Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director of county property.CommlssionerWalkeropposed. SAT., MOVND TUJ4'R:

the motion for the reason #1, there
New Installation Phone 697-3366 is no money budgeted for this purpose and #2, the motion does not
limit the amount that can be Commissioner
spent. Davis
The Best For Less CARRABELLE, FLA. No. For the same reason. voted

-'- "21 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" On the motion of Commissioner Davis the Board d Ire c t e d the
Telephone Clerk to write Mr. A. B. Carraway and request that he attend all
..Tallahassee! 877.1773 meetings both day and evening.
after fi:00: p.m. SERVING I WAKULLA COUNT On the motion of Commissioner Davis the Board requested the SUGAR 5Lb.
VFW and the Jake Plgott Post of the American ,
.. Legion to appear at
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the
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its wishes as to
=-r- Tallahassee Bushes, Firm -- whom they would like appointed County Service Officer. 49
On the motion of Commissioner Walker and the second of Com-

missioner Strickland the Board requested the Southeastern Tele-

phone Company to Improve the service to Wakulla

DIRECTORY I and that the Railroad and Public Utilities Commission County of Florida areas T. BONE STEAK, Ib t .69c

take the necessary action to have said telephone company to remedy -

the faulty service now being given (the phone users of Wak-
PatornlM Then. Advertisers ulla County. CHUCK ROAST 59c

On the motion of Commissioner the Board agreed to ask LB .
in authority to use all influence possible to have IH 10 parties .
located
in '
southerly part of Tallahassee or Leon County And that a copy of Smoked Picnic Shoulder 49c'

F R MFEEDS this request be sent to the Honorable Haydon Bums, Governor of
Little Folks Store Florida and that copy be sent to the U.
S.
Bureau of Public NECKBONES lb.
rr"' lac. O. I I. GRAMLING Roads, Washington, D. C. and that copies be sent to all parties 29c
D "Th Capitals concerned connected with the State Road Department of
ma Florida.
Major for Minors & CO Chairman Carter relinquished the
chair to Nabisco
I Ckudrtn'i Funiturt. Toys, Mr. Young in the chair. Commissioner Young. SIP| 'N CHIPS 11,02, ;' ,39c
Camti, Hokbtti One-Stop Service for Mr. Carter
moved that the State Road

01S aFlint..River.... -Ph.Mills.02t/ 133 N. Monroe Baby Aeetttonn St. Ph.222-1U6, Feed Seed FertilizerPoultry East and possible follow to the locate present IH 10 SR so 22 as and to leave go Department through Wewahitchka use every and effort go- St keleys Sliced OR HALVES:

Supplies necting with US 98, east of Sopchoppy. Sopchoppy Con- '
PEACHES NO. 2* CAN 3.for 89<
Garden Tools Commissioner Davis moved that the State Road Department .
be
asked to let
contract for immediate
So. Ada** at SJU.RR.CrowUf construction of that part of SR
-- -- ---- 22 in Wakulla
Baker-Alford Co and bridges across County Sopchoppy west: from River Sopchoppy and: Syfrett for grading, clearing, Aunt Jemina GRITS Ib. 2 for 19c
Creek
Phone to SR
''r,.. Pan. H_'" 222-4812 mary road specifications, and that streets in Panacea and pri
St. 49c
Anything/ for your auto that have been surveyed be Included also. The motion Marks SWEET POTATOES, .5 |bs.
or tractor. Alto powS ried on the second of was car-
I' Ligkt W sad Regular for your Commissioner Young With Commissioner -
Co snob fJ/tHk : Uwnmowtr. mad much for your Strickland voting No. For the reason that his district
Boat No. 2 BANANAS
I Hanson, Wood and. 208 N. Adana St. Ph .222-8380 ,., left Commissioner completely out Strickland of the program moved that loan was 2 Ibs. 2?c_
for $500
Joel Ind; Inc. cancelled and that $63,000.00 In 000.00 be

S. Adams St. at 4-PolnU Capital 1 Stone Co. put on SR 22 be replaced back In secondary secondary road money fund that and has that been the SHOP LOCALLY AND .SAVE

.Ttl. 222-6840 P. O. Box sa1 ''Since 1908.. County borrow no further funds The motion died for .
lack
cond. of se-
t MARBLE GRANITE PIGOTT.
Mr. Strickland moved STORE
that all road
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.. and that all available funds for road building be away with l.' n.u-
MEMORIALSCwMtfry spent for
paving in Crawfordville street

a )"eae-er. I M, Wtrltff AU Type Harvey Mill Road Bridge, and SpringCreek.Ar d,hat choppy!first consid, and MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY .
I 608 eration be given where rlw Is
W. Calms St -TeL 228-0711 freely given and taxable homes

Jam % .r Walter F. Bushes., If fr. a benefit second.from said paving and grading. The motion died for lack will of

: The board adjourned. 6:15 TO 8:30 PM HA6550IWAXULLA
/...rM.. and Btndt

214,8. Adamt St...-T.l. 222-4680 Attests Moody Pearce, Clerk Approved Willard Carter,

_ r Chairman

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CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH SHADEVIllE STUDENT ; SOPCHOPPy NEWS "' iuDe" Faa.n iil se!

SCHOOL MENU FOR MAKES HIGH/ SCORE : 1

THE TRAM FROM SOPCHOPPY TO PANACEA tIn NEXT WEEK Beany M. Slater is this year's I BY Louise. .C.' Sapp .

Elolsevey, Manage Betty Crocker Homemaker off Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Bur..;e CRAWFUKDYHLE Hmr
19(0 a Tram pulled by horses took Tomorrow' for Soadeville High I and family attended the 50th SCHOOL NEWSBY
people from the Monday School. She scored highest herein I wedding anniversary celebra

Sopchoppy railroad depot to Panacea to the Beef C Gravy a written knowledge and atti- tion of her grandparents, Mr. Wanda Metcalf
Springs. They Mashed Potatoes tude examination taken Decem- and Mrs. J. T. Alford of Quin-
wealthy aristocrats who lived Buttered Spinach ber 7. She is now eligible for cy. Mr. and Mrs. Alford have Report cards, as everyone
I' were in a different world Peaches State and National scholarship six children, 14 grandchildren, knows, were handed out last

I from now. For a history of Panacea since the turn of the Bread ButterMilk awards$5,000.ranging from $500 to were and 12 present great grandchildren.at the celebrationat All week.certainly The deserve following hand students for

: well other More than 570OOOsenior girls their home this Sunday. their excellent work in achieving -
as as past
century news and features Tuesday "
about ___
Wakulla in 14,714 of the nation's high the "A"and Honor Roll.

I County read the february Issue of : HamburgersLettuce schools were enrolled for the ex The Rev. O. C. Hall has returned rA" Honor Roll-
Tomatoes amination. home from the Cam- 12th Grade Danny Miller.
Potato Chips belle where he 9th Grade Frank Rabenau.
Test papers of all school win- hospital was a
Yellow Cake Squares with 8th Grade Deborah Coxwell.6th .
this week.
ners in the state are being judged patient past
Cheny Topping competitively. From them, Grade David Brown, Betty
Bread ButterMilk the State Homemaker of Tomorrow Mr. Noise Roddenbeny is con- Creen, Clifford Smith, Des
will be named. She will valescing at the Isle of Rest mond Tucker, Eddie Whaley.3rd .
Nursing Home in Montlcello. Grade Regina Oaks, Lisa
THE MAGNOLIA receive a $1,500 scholarshipfrom
MONTHLY WednesdaI Smith, Danica Weiford.
ice General Mills, Inc. sponsor -
Mrs. Florida Roberts is spend-
Tossed Salad of the annual Betty Crocker 2nd Grade Bill Harvey, Randy
I ing several days In Tallahassee
Fruit Cocktail Search. In addition, her school Smith, Michelle McAllister,
at the home of her daughter,
Anna .
Rolls Butter will be awarded a set of the En- Whaley.1st
Milk cyclopaedia Britannica by En- Mrs. lees Yent.Weekend Grade Sally Begley, Patty

Thursday cyclopaedia Britannica, Inc. guests of Mr. and Taff.

50* a copy at the Wakulla Pharmacy Crawfordul I : Hamburger Steaks The second-ranking will receive Mrs. Walter Harms were her 12th"B"Grade Honor-Roll Donnie- Sparkman
Cream Style Corn a $500 educational grant. sister, Mrs. Lynnwood Watts,

Amundsen's. Panacea ; ItJ Market Sopchoppy ; Hagler's Creen BeansCrapefruit Following her selection, the and Julian Watts of Baldwin, 11th Kathy Grads Strickland.Linda Creen.
-
Sections State Homemaker of Tomorrow, Florida. The Al Zanco family
Wakulla ; Big Bend Bookstore Tallahassee' ; or write Box 210rawford Bread ButterMilk together with a school advisor, also were guests of the Harms. 9th Grade Miller- Cheryl Harvey Wildcrn., David -
will and advisors Darlyne
join winners The Zancos reside in Tallahas-
: : lI le. Elizabeth F. Smith Editor. from each of the 49 other states \ 8th Grade Melinda Harvey,
Friday and the District of Columbia in see.Mr. Cary Henderson.7th .
Fish Sticks. w/Catsup expense-paid educationaltour and Mrs. Walter Harms Grade Linda Lawhon, Ann

Potato Salad of Colonial Willlamsburg, [ and mother, Mrs. Annie Harms, Mathis, Pam Oliver, Becky Porter -

Cookies Va. and Washington, I>. C. accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Cindy Russ, Ricky Strick-
I I Orange Juice Climax of the trip will be the Ralph Brown to Tallahassee on land, Mike Ross, Alan Smith.
Bread Butter naming of the 1966BettyCrockccAllAmericanHomemaker Wednesday to see and enjoy 6th Grade Mike Council, Teresa
Milk of the musical "Sound of Music. Crawford, Kathy Harvey,
Tomorrow. Chosen from the The setting of the movie was in Diane Mathis, Lorinda Naz-

SeeUsForAllOfYour. EDUCATION ASSOCIATION state winners on the basis of her Saltzb rg and the Austrian Alps worth, Marilyn Naiworth.5th .
,I original test score, plus personal where the Browns visited on Grade Marsha Jernigan,
I MEETS WITH TAX ASSESSORThe I observation and interviews their trip to Europe last year. Jed Oliver, Rebecca Posey, Luther -

during the tour, she will receive Rawls, Debra Weiford.4th .
Wakulla Educa-
County
a scholarship increased to GradeAngelaEvans
tion Association committee met $5,000. Grants of second-, CRAWFORDVILLE Wetherington, Raymond Smith,
with Wakulla County Tax Assessor PERSONALSMr. Bill Moore Brimmer.
thirdand fourth-ranking girlsin Cheryl
Emmett Clarence Terrell the nation will be raised to 3rd Grade Dennis Worrell, A-
Skip West, Band Directorat
I the afternoon of 2.
Spring on
Til t C They asked him to February re-assess $4,000, $3,000 and $2,000, Crawfordvllle, accompaniedthe lice Cherry, Dinee Dickson,
Carmen Pelt Green.
Kathy
respectively. Crawfordville Band to Tal-
Wakulla
property County. He Ail is conducted I 2ndGradeDeborah Brown,
stated that he planned to assess judging by lahassee last night to attend the
homes at about 60%. Science Research Associates, Norad Band Concert at F S U. i Vicky Strickland, Sonja Council -
Chicago. This educational test Several band parents attendedalso. I I SLeryl Nazworth, Jackie Po
There homes in Wa-
are some
ing and publishing firm also | sey, Betsy Moore, Helen Wilson -
Garden'NEEDS rolls.kulla County stated not further on the tax constructs and grades the writtentest. i II Mark Oliver, Phyllis Had-
He that
Mrs. Chuncy Shuster left by ley, Beverly Cowdy, Dennis
most property is presently assess- Begun in the 1954-55 school plane last Friday for Alliance, !' Tucker, Terry Posey, Eonlta!
ed $6 to $10 He
r. believes at that a fair per assessment acre. year, the Betty Crocker Search Ohio, to be with her daughter- Stokley.1st .
1 for the American Homemaker in-law, who is in the hospital Grade Naomi Cherry, Ric-
: would be
$20 to $40
acre.
Mr. Ferrell said that per he was of Tomorrow is designed to em- after suffering from a heart at- ky Green, Clay Oaks, Royce
phasize the importance home- tack. Posey, Ronnie McAllister.
planning to ask the County Com-
making as a Third Grade Mrs. Mc-
career. Thlsyear's
news,
SEEDS of all kinds! missioners to allot for re-
money record enrollment pushes the Mr. and Mrs. George Gibbi Nabb's class, is reported byRe-
assessment. At the County will leave tomorrow for New Or-
GARDEN TOOLS 12-year total of participatinggirls glna Oaks and Lisa Smith. The
Commissioners'meeting on Feb- leans. While there will at-
near the 5 million mark. they third grade has been traveling
HOSE ruary 7 they agreed to do so.VETERAN'S With the 1966 grants, total I around the United States on an
scholarship awards will exceed Mr. and Mrs. George Cibbs imaginerytrlp In Social Studies.
LAWN SPRINKLERSFERTILIZERS $1.25 million. will leave tomorrow for New Ori I'i' Last week they took a trip that
INFORMATIONSt. leans. While there they will at- I was not imaginery at all. The
tend the Mardi Cra. Ball. They third graders went to Tallahassee
Petersburg, Fla. M. T. i will return nextWednesday. I I in cars, boarded the
I Onion Dixon of the Florida Departmentof
train for an ride to
exciting
Veterans Affairs, said that he Then are 1,400,000 American, The American Cancer Society 1
Tonuto Quincy. They met
were by
F alive today, cured of cancer. The estimates that about died
is receiving many questions from, 295,000 Mrs. Mrs.
I George Harper, Clay-
I c.bbll'FRM veterans as to whether or not''''I American Cancer Society says an of cancer last year. Many of them ton Oaks, Mrs. Katherine
they are eligible for CI home : annual health checkup Is your could have been laved if they Strickland, and Mrs. Silas Ra-
belt protection against death had their doctors In time.
loans through the Veterans Administration. j seen
sxED ker, who drove them back to
from cancer. The Society says: "Don't forget Tallahassee where they stoppedfor
that annual health checkup!I"
Dixon said he would like for
refreshments at the Quaker
About 190,000 men, women and
all World War I veterans to
House and then for
children will be laved from departed
cancer Some 14,000 women died of;
know that they are not eligiblefor
home.
this year. Most of them, according cancer of the uterus lat year. I
CI loans from the VA, but
To the idea of the
to the American Cancer f I carry out
Nearly all the deaths could have|
they be eligible for homing ,
may train ride each of them a
because their wore
Society, they saw
been avoided If the women had
benefits under the new housing -
doctors in time for treat name tag with the design of the
ANDGARDEN
RANCH act of 1965, administeredby prompt. had an annual "Pap" teat by a train. Other mothers that accompanied -
ment. physician, according to the American
the Federal Housing Administration them the train
I on
CENTER and for information onj Cancer Society.
tl I were Mrs. Eula Goodman, Mrs.
I. Sally Cherry and Mrs. Sue West.

p; 82* W. Gaines Strict Phone 224-7197 The third grade would like to
welcome: a new member to their
r class, Jannel Caskins, from Pa-
I latka, Florida. Another wel-
I,I comed member is Cold/, their
Qwi& I pet goldfish.
Alice Cherry brought Japanese -
TOO
NO JOB doll and Gordon Strickland

brought an oriental jewelry box
LARGE O* for their study of Japan.

We would like to welcome:
several new students that have
TOO SMALL
transferred to our school this past
week.
Margaret Thompson from Mel-
lon Elementary School enteredthe

PROFESSIONAL 4th grade; Andy Thompson
entered the 5th grade after
leaving Putnam School; and
James Sangster fromMosely Elementary -
PRESSWORK
School in Palatka,

Florida. Gloria Kllpatnik, our
PRACTICAL latest transferee, li from Sav-
annah, Georgia, where she was
7eo a member of the 8th grade at
Shuman Junior High. Gloriasays
PRICES
''I horseback -
I I enjoy skating,
II I riding and swimming for
relaxation and fun. "
Students that attended Career
Z/Le AJJrejj .!tACO Day at Sopchoppy, February 9,

Call Us For Fast were and Instructive inspiredbya program.well-planned Mr.

Bonner, p principal Sopchoppy,
16 the Jame out gave the welconle: to the stu
and Estimates! dents. Mr. William E. Whaley,
Layouts Superintendent, addressed the


I the JJoltje 16 2.1//erenlH students called Quigg"Looking, president s an Ahead"Inspiring of.Student speech Douglas -


Council at Sopchoppy, introduced
the representatives from

I your horn has that dreary, weathered look, Offset and Letterpress the ,various and fields colleges of service., universities The-

point can do wonders for It. students attending the discussion -
Copy and Design ExpertsWe groups were given helpful

Or If you're beginning to feel crowded brochures and talks enlighten
and Instruct them in their future
'I one or two more rooms, a finished attic, careers. Mr. Paine hopes to

add amazingly to the have more representatives for a
closet can .
new space
larger and even more effective
I comfort and happiness of the whole family. pride ourselves in turningout Career Day next year.

quality'work and In meeting.all -.1 Miss Martha Turner and Mr.
home Improvement plans may be, David Wilson were chosen Mr.
Whatever your deadlines. See us for your and Mrs. C.1-1. S. by grades seven -
Youlllike
I let us help you finance the cost. through twelve.
next printing order!
service
t our low rates, prompt

nvel.snt. repayment plan.' i. PEARCE CORE

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I LEwco STMTE BANK Two local boys, Jack Pearce

fOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS CALL and Jerry Core who attend
North Florida Junior College la

MEMBER PKDCRAI.: DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION THE HAKULLA. COUNTY NEWS Madison, made the Dean's List
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WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS 3 Commission during the last 10
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l THURSDAT. ftunnj i/t98)| .)) years. WANTED
In officially announcing his
candidacy for the PSC post, LISTINGS ON ACREAGE
Mayo reported that J. Vem Wil-
liams, a well-known Tallahassee FROM 5 ACRES UP
certified public accountant, ., % OPF.r.
would be hit campaign treasur I WE HAVE CLIENTS a1ttap ,

er.The 48-year-old Mayo is a STEVE REVELLPANACEA
native Floridian. He was bom I
Ii i I Summerfleld, in Marion,
County, and is the son of the
I late Nathan Mayo, who served ROBT. RODDENBERRY ASSOC.don't .

nearly Commissioner 37years of Agriculture.as Florida's lG 0 T T I S CASH AND CARRY

1 The Commissioner attended O-
cala High School and the Uni- "I smoke cigarettes"BART
versity of Florida, and was co- FORMERLY DURRANCE STORE OFFERS YOU THE FOLLOWING
owner of an automobile agency

before ment In entering 1961. State Govern BUILDING SUPPLIES-AUTO PARTSFEEDSEEDFERTILIZERSTANDARD

He is married to the former OIL PRODUCTS
Elizabeth Blalock of Ocala, and

they have four children, three PIGOTT'S TWO STORES IN MEDART ARE DEDICATED.TO GIVING YOU THE
sons and a daughter. I

VERY PEST IN SERVICE. DUALITY AND LOWEST PRICES.


DANIEL JOHN WINfIELD WE ARE OPEN AND READY TO SERVE YOU
WILLIAM T. MAYO Funeral services for Daniel
MONDAY TUESDAY. THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
John Winfield, age 79, who
MAYO TO SEEK the Lake
REELECTIONTallahassee died City VA last Hospital Monday in were held OPEN 7:30 AM TO 7:30 PM--WED. 7:30 AM TO I PM

Thursday at 11:00 A.M. In the
Fla. Commis- Sacred Heart Catholic Church of PHONE WA 6-5502
sioner William T. (Billy) Mayo I Lanark. Burial followed In Evergreen
today announced he would seek Cemetery in Cairabelle. I
election In the May Democratic R. L. Riley Funeral Home of
primaries to remain on the Carnbelle was in charge of ar- PAT BOBBY
I TRADE
NOW AND SAVE!!
Florida Public Service Commis- I rangements. STARR BOONE RICHARDSONQuarterbackGreen
lion.Mayohasmorethaneleven Hehadbeen areiident of
anda Franklin County for eight years I I Bay Singer, recording artist 2nd Baseman-New York
half years experience In the after retiring as electrician with Packers' Bart Starr has star of movies and tele Yankees' Bobby Richard SPECIAL
administration and regulation of the City of Chicago. I to move like greased vision, Pat Boone knows son needs endurance PRICESLOT
public utilities. He served 10 I' Survivors are his wife, Ruth; I lightning on the football 'cigarettes can injure his and split-second timing
years as a member of the City 1 son, Albert Everman of Paramount I field.The game demands health-maybe perma playing second base.So,
Commission of Tallahassee, Calif.; and 1 sister. it.He can't afford to cut nently He also knows to keep himself in top NO. .. OPEN TILL 8 P.M.-LOT NO. 2
with term as Mayor. Ruckzko of Chi- '
one Mrs. Catherine his wind and slow down won't his ,
Mayo, In the last 17 months, they help sing. shape Bobby stays away
In rate reduct- cago. So he doesn't smoke Ing voice at all. He de from cigarettes.
has participated Pallbearers were Thomas Cra- I
ions totalling i $22,800,000, ven, Roland Ludwig, Oscar cigarettes. cided years ago that
which have been passed on to Stone Leo Mallon, George'' smoking wasn't worth it.
the public In savings. This 1. Swinehait and Charles Peterson. ,
i I.
about 40 per cent of the total' 1963 Ford $1195 1960 Chevrolet $695
the DRIVING :.too 4 door V8 ':'lIh radio ra
ordered by
rate reductions IF YOU DON'T SMOKE-DON'T START. IF YOU DO SMOKE-STOP NOW. duo heater automatic trans. Station Wagon. 4 door 6 cylinder
with standard .hUt.
millIon and a one owner low
American Cancer Society ) .mil.... auto 1959 Chevrolet. $395
.J1 1963 Falcon $745 6 clylnder standard ihttt, radio 1
. . . .I'. mi H m I HUNTING SEASON FOR BEATS 4 m.door low mileage one owner and heater. '
- 1957 Cadillac I $295
MOST GAME ANIMALS
1964 Ford . $1395 4 door Hardtop. A teal food
GRAMLING'S. COMES TO AN END I VI.door,standard radio beater.tranunteilon. 4 buy.

> Tallahassee-Florida's hunting 1964 Belair $1795 2 Lots to Serve You
I' seasons for most game animalsand TALKING I VS conditioning 4 door,Chevrolet radio and with heater.air 327 No. Adams
birds have come to a close 1964 Chevrolet. 1414 South Monroe
I PLANTING GUIDE FOR I for another year. Seasons remaining And you really Belair' 4 door' with radio$1695 beater i 1 .
open are quail and should and automatic tr.nlmlao'ton.BOTH LOT OPEN TILL s 00 PK 1
squirrel which close February 27 come in 1964 Corvair. $1495 FOR YOUR CONVENIII'.NCJ: I i
VEGETABLE GARDENS except In the Third Conserva- and drive one or Monza 4 speed iranam aeon. n. Famous OK Quality
: duo s bestir
: tion District where the season two of our j
closes one week later on March USED CARS 1963 Chevrolet. $1295 1 1-Year G-W Warranty !
6. ?ad7o.unhde.r,4 door sedan with LONG TRADES-

I .....,..... ..,..'..I.to PI.hehr.... aspic- P ....1'101'.... MnbC I W. B. Copeland, chairman of 1965 Chevelle $2295 1963 VW; . $1195 EASY TERMS
I .., I..,Me 1.p....,.,Mir.....1I..' Par.... the Came and Fresh Water Fish I door with radio. heater and Radio and heater equipped

Reins, Snip 1 I". 1'-30 2.' )1\.2 M.... Ara T 4S SO.O Commission, reminded hunters low mnn. 1961 Chevrolet $795ejrun
I that while there is no closed 1964 Chevelle $1795door
All' .set. economy a I season on rabbits, Malibu I door .
raccoons, 0- Hardtop on. OW30 -"to A heater.er
lice,, Pol. 1 .lb.. 40-41 ufi11r. M.r..J.e. T 10 0-61_ bobcat, fox, skunk and and low mU..,.

I 0..u., Lilli' 1 26.4$12.15 m-i M..II." T 3013.1_ : !_ I leaver the hunters are requiredto
a hunting license and
I /sere tutu L35.4. $Sept..M. T 1360.10_ possess
"" abide by general hunting
I Irocoeli 60 pub" iOJ6'' 16.22 14.1 A........ H SO '0.70- I lations. regu-
C'/4 ...) Copeland also pointed out that THERE IS NO GAMBLE! YOU ALWAYS WIN!
I C..It... U pit;: 24.16 14.2" )1\ 3.pe..Feb.. H 12$10-'0 I while the season on wild turkeysis
C% ...) presently closed the spring
C.rreb tU241: 15 S.N..Mer. H 10070.73 I turkey gobbler hunting season WHEN YOU TRADE AT

I C.uliflaw.r SS plu: 243'020:2 J.II..'.... H o-".,-OI will of open the March state located 12, in that south portion of-
Au...Oct.
CH u )
State Road 50 and continue
C.I.! ., ISO ,Itt: 24-16-0-)1\ ...;M.r. H ISO I1siijC through March 27. The season I
t ...) north of State Road 50 will open 1

I H10075:1': I April March 10.26 and continue through ALFORD :

C..4... 75-i.! : 24.30 '4-11 )1\ ,...;M.r. H UOS :"S' I The spring turkey gobbler
I C ye ...) S.N.-N.v. hunting season provides for hunting

Core, Swe.t (I.... 344212.1$ 14. M....Apr. T 1350.13_ : from one-half hour before I
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I Cucr/nb.ro i ... .J3:24..1,_ '.....A" T 10030:35 maLr
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bag during the
spring sea-
iliv. 1 Lei 1I-24-i.' 14 '.....M" H 7S 'O..tS I son is one gobbler per day and
I la.rob S.pf. two for the season.
iflt.; .., V-... 24.30 JS 14 Men,.Apr. H 100 SO-IS
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