Wakulla County news
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 Material Information
Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024652
oclc - 33429963
notis - AFA6556
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System ID: UF00087410:00185
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have been
Many Inquiries
Health, Education and Welfare team consisting of R. Wheaton received the Tallahassee .. ,
BY E. Federal and state agencies at &li_ ..2A
Stanley Marcuss, a native of Connecticutt and student at have been faced social security office from ;",-
Harvard University Law School and Willie Ferguson a Makes Swine TourA with a growing shortage persons enrolled under .. -
law school student at Howard University met with the o* qualified men who can be medicare who have received ..
Wakulla County School Board in an open meeting Tues- tour through Madisonand trained as efficient inspectors bills for $9 to cover .
day In the Courtroom of the county courthouse Live Oak for the pur- of fruits and vege- the first three months med- ._- -- .4-:....
in reviewing the efforts made by the School Board to pose of inspecting swine tables. ical insurance premium,
meet the requirements of the Federal Commission of operations was conductedlast One way they're resolving according to Ed Womack, =
Education, Marcuss said that the Faculty section looked Friday. After the group the problem is b/ hiring Acting District Manager. ..... 4t'i[ ,r
acceptable but the percentage of student transfer was too arrived in Madison, there more women. 'Apparently some misunderstanding I Y

low.He was a brief side trip to the Early this year, 153 wo- exists con-
admitted that he felt that the local Board had madean Madison Tobacco warehouse men inspectors were working cerning the amount of the
honest effort to meet the freedom of choice criteria. to witness the sale for the Federal-State bills, how they may be paid,
Marcuss discussed the Federal law and also the law of tobacco in that area. fruit and vegetable Inspection and what the payment
pertaining to HEW but It was evident that no solution to The tour began at the service conducted by covers,' Womack said.
Wakulla county's problem could be obtained from the review farm of Billy Almand to the U. S. Department of Some people still confusethe
team.It look at his 75 sow opera- Agriculture's Consumerand hospital insurance
was generally felt that the government representa- tions and to talk over the Marketing Service and (which requires no monthly
tives were talking in circles when asked if Pupil Assign- management and feeding cooperating states. payment) with the voluntarY
ment or Geographic zoning were not coercion after an program. The next stop was Of these women Inspectors medical or "doctor-bill'
honest Freedom of Choice had been tried. the Coleman Richardsonfarm 121 were inspecting insurance The two are
Marcuss admitted that total Integration would come where farrowing facilities peanuts for quality in four separate and distinct,Wo-
about with or without Federal monies It was stated that units
grain storage southern states 30 were mack emphasized. The $9
If the county was unable to meet the requirements of the and a pig parlor operationwere inspecting potatoes for premium payment is for the
HEW that the Department o* Justice would step In and combined into single processing in Idaho one doctor bill insurance cov-
do the job for the county, unit operations. The other was Inspecting fruits in I- ering a three month period.
Superintendent William Whaley said that he felt that two stops were at the Wal- daho and another, cannery Only those persons who
the Board would probably be able to work out an accept- ton Richardson farm and tomatoes in Indiana. signed up for this voluntary M1t
able condition for the county. the V. T. Alderman farm, The Consumer and Mar- coverage are eligible for it J r

where similar but slightly ting: Service also em- and may receive a bill for
varying operations were Joys] 30 to 50 women who the premium amount. Of
NOTES Off THE CUFF viewed. This portion of the Inspect products processed course anyone receiving a
by Keith Lee tour in Madison was con- from fruits and vegetables. social security check rail-
ducted by the County Agent Me'st are housewives,and road retirement check, or
In the business of news- Rudy Hamrick. are employed locally; during civil service retirement
papering a person gets Arriving in Live Oak the the seasons when these check has $3 a month deducted Above is the mural that adorns pne of the walls in
hardened to life's tragediesas group was met by the County products are processed.For from his check to the Museum depicting the old fort site at the confluence .
they cover death from Agent, Paul Crews and example som Inspect cover each month's pre- of the St. Marks and Wakulla Rivers. !
every cause. Ken Durrance, Swine Spe- imported dates In New York mium. I
However when one-is cal- cialist with the Agricultural during the two-month rush Because of limited income \

led to a wreck scene and Extension Service. In fore Christmas. Others or lack of funds,some ..
discovers that he has losta Live Oak, the Florida ispect raisins for quality older persons who receive .p..1. ........ '/r ,
very close personal Swine EvaluationTest Center In California. the bills find it difficult to 'r !

friend, the usual easy task was visited. Here It Still others, particularlyin pay the full $9. These peo- .r yt e I I
of reporting becomes almost was explained that a pro- Florida, California, ple may pay $3 or $6 cov- I
an Impossibility ducer can enter a test groupof Pennsylvania and Michigan ering one or two months I'r
ThIs is the position thatI pigs and through a seriesof inspect frozen and premiums, if they wish;
found myself in when I tests, can receive information canned products packed under but some payment shouldbe
answered a wreck call on of great import- USDA's continuous inspection made as soon as possibleto
Monday afternoon north of ance to his farm operations program, to make keep the protection of the
Crawfordville. Information obtained sure the products m set high plan In force.Payments .
Former Senator LutherC. from a test group are feed standards of wholesome- may be made f
Tucker was killed in a efficiency rate of gain, nsss and sanitation. by check or money order i
two car accident which also Luther C. Tucker carcass evaluation, car- Consumer Marketing mailed to the address from
took the life of Stephen Funeral services (or Luther cass health report, and Service inspection officials which the bill came; or, '\
Vaughn of Atlanta Ga. I, Tuiker 5.:;. longtime North parasite egg count. The report that they are highly ,payment may be made at the
Senator Tucker was wide Honda political figure, will be Swine Evaluation Test Center impressed with the capability social security office. For
ly known throughout the Thursday at i :10\ pin at Me is conducted under the of women Inspectors. the answer to questions
state and served two terms Tallahassee: Church of Jems direction of the Agricultural They expect a material increase concerning medicare or
in the Florida Senate and Christ: of Latter Day Samls. Elders Extension Service of the in employment of other social ser irlty mat. :
also as member and chair- James A, dray and Joy D. University of Florida. women for inspection work tot' ; man of the Wakulla County Stnvaniveldi will officiate and The next stop was the Animal daring the summer and fall office at 117 W. College ', C L
Commission. burial will follow in the Craw.. Disease DiagnosticLab of 1966 and In the future. Avenue or telephone 222-
He was probably most fordville cemetery adjacent to the Evaluation W;'iy the shortage of men? 3515.If .
noted for his firm standson Tucker, a former state senator Center. The Disease These main reasons: Muchof it would be mote con- .
an Issue as one of his was killed Monday in a two- Diagnostic Lab works in the work is seasonal venient for you youCansee A 1 bmw. I .. .-- .
car headon automobile with the Eval- representative from this a: i
aid accidenton cooperation a '
colleagues You never some duties require a series -
have to wonder where the Crawfordville Highway uation center but has the of temporary shiftingof office at the Crawfordville ( t. !..-...._.....:
Luther stands, he will let which also took the bEe of a 2> responsibility of assisting job locations, and an Increasing Courthouse at 9:30 A.M. Entrance to the grounds at the old fort museum In '
you know". year-old Georgia school teacher veterinarians In Identifying number of men on Wednesday, August 10 St. Marks.
Luther had a host of Tucker was a building con- diseases and disorders of who would otherwise be They will be glad to hell
friends in the old 5th Dis- tractor. He was a veteran of livestock and poultry. potential Inspectors are you In any way possible. I
World War II, a member of the Those from Wakulla
trict as well as over the entering the Armed Ser-
American Legion and VFW a and County who made this tour
state. vices.
of the Wakulla County and Pan Richard
Having been closely associated were Gilbert Gowdy I
with him throughtwo acea Chambers of Commerce' I. Gowdy, John Pigott,
sessions A native of Hosford, he had! Ed Bailey Homer Harvey, COMMITTEE TO SELECT '
legislative ::4
lived in Crawfordville! for 19 Frank Mathers, Jerry fARM FAMILY,
and a campaign I knew his = "
years Bob John \t."r:
well his Spears
shortcomings as as
Survivors are his wife Mrs. Ferrell Clinton Rudd and The committee to search. : .
good qualities. Grace Spears Tucker, three out the Outstanding Farm d .. ,
Many citizens can remember sons, State Rep:Elect ponald Dick Wheaton. Family" of Wakulla County k. )
the times that he L. Tucker and Stanford B, has been announced by :
has come to their aid in Tucker of Crawfordville and Lutlicr LUTHER C. TUCKER County Agent Dick Wheaton. '

both personal matters as C. Jr, of Honolulu, Hawaii,' DIES IN AUTO ACCIDENT ,
well as their livelihood.TO his mother, Mrs EUie G, TIk:&. Named to the committeeare
me, his sincere d ;- er of Crawfordville, two broth- Luther C. Tucker, 55, J.C. Kyle Jr, Hugh
sire to be a friend of man ers, Carlos G of Crawfordville died Monday afternoon, the McCallister, and George 1 \1 1N 1e
was one of his great vir- and Aubry L. of Baltimore, results of an automobile Walker. I..
ues. While he was an e- M j., four sisters, Mrs Blanche accident on State Road 369. Each year the outstand-
lected official he prided Meyer of Mesa, Am, Miss Me Funeral services were ing farm families of all Big I
himself in always being available va Tucker of Crawfordville, and held Thursday afternoon at Bend Counties are soughtso -.,- -
to his constituents.To Mrs Elva Pelt and Mrs Edith! 2:30 p.m. at the Church of that they can be honoredat
his family I can only Duff, both of Tallahassee, and the Latter Day Saints In the North Florida Fair In
offer my sympathy and add ten grandchildren Tallahassee. Intermentwas Tallahassee. The "Out
that there will be many, Active pallbearers are Cipt In the Crawfordville standing Farm Family
many people who will miss W. S. Schley, firaxton Tucker: Cemetery. program. is Jointly spon- ... r '. .
Luther Tucker. Fred Revel! Survivors include his Florida .
Keithlev, Hardy sored by the North 4
J, C. McKenzie, and Dan Loney, wife, Grace; sons, Donald, Fair, the Tallahassee r
Six present and former members Luther, Jr., and Stanford. Democrat, and the Tallahassee .
.. of the Florida Legislature pall bearers were Dan Chamber of Com- .
are honorary pallbearers Theyare Loney, Hardy Revel, Brax- merce. ., '
Clyde Galloway, Nick Con ton Tucker, W. S. Schley, Last year's OutstandingFarm J.. \,.
nor;'Edwin Fraser, L. P, G..). J. C. McKenzie and Fred Family of wakulla t I "'I
(son, Clayton Maypoles, and Tom Keightley. County was the George R. Bill Miller, Director of the Florida Parka Service left, shows Mrs.
''Wbjtaker Honorary pall bearers Walker Family of craw- Fred Keightley, President of Crawfordville Woman's Club and Senator L. .
J. A. Cull y and Sons Funeral were Senator James E. fordville. "' P. 'Pete Gibson'the plaques that are at the entrance to the Museum at t
'Home is in charge of arrange Connor Senator Clyde Gal- The North Florida Fair the Old Fortin St. Marks
t tTh' ments.. loway, Senator Edwin Fra- will run from October 25-

ser, Senator L. P, 'pete' 29 at the Tallahassee Fair Capable of speeds to 47 mile Barbara Cooper Clack, world Ohio
day la rerruit Gibson, Senator Tom Whit- Grounds. per hour, the water skI tournament and national women' water ski Greer University sophomore r \
trsiainR .e one. }:rery Beef cattle and calves num- aker, and Senator Clayton boats used at Florida slalom champion, won the wornm Nancy won the 1968 :faa Ohio.r
the words mss ar.of inh, absorbs bered more than lye million in Mapoles. Cypress Gardens feature twin '. overall title in the 20th annual USA title at Florida Cheerleader
dur 1960 in Florida, and a beet headcount when hot dogs were 100-horsepower Johnson out Dixie Water Ski Championships Gardens Cypress
1906 in
inR this period u. ,apt in 1980 i* expected to exceed In board motors, electric tachometers hosted by Florida Cypress from competition with coeds
ehilisnmss. introducedknown 800
from first
ehanp colleges and universities
two million aired and judges and observer Gardens
Florida they across Die nationF .
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1E6AL HELP StateDriver's
I_THURSDAT. AUGUST 4. Ittt 7WAKULLA In the Court of the County so._. .... Aircraft has .

Judge Wakulla County Florida Immediate and future openings .Eric Mathla .
NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO for the following per- IA6-3681. Results set Craw.fordv -
REa Estate of
'A' Tool & .
E. MAKE APPLICATIONFOR sonnel: Class lilt Methodise Sanctuary.world
J. Deceased.Langston FINAL DISCHARGE Die Makers, Draftsman Col. H. N. Kirkman. Director
Aircraft Welders Aircraft ment of Public Safety today ordered all Florida m.hl D"1Ia
I To All Creditor and Persons In Court of the County Judge Assemblers, Sheet Metal Tae lmnuua waway. Troopers to immediately initiate an all-out statewide Perm
NEWS Having Claims Of Demands A- State of drive on drmr''
COUNTY Wakulla County, Machinists. Air license checks during the month of
I T.lephoasWMaat 10'301 gainst Said Estate Florida Workers Conditioned, Plant, good r. .r ; requested the assistance of local law enforcement omciLTin'time'
I You and each of you are here- la re the Estate of ) all bene- .+ drive. the
by notified and required to pre Dock W. Simmons) In Probate starting pay, plus work. Apply 4v Tw rf "Last year figures showed that for the first time in
sent any claims and demands Deceased. ) fits. No contract history there were more registered vehicles Florida's
which you, or either of you, Monday thru Friday.PIPER in Florida" said Col. Kirkman. "and t""r..rnre licensed dnve',
may have against the estate of To All Whom It May Concern AIRCRAFT CORPORATION that manv people arc operation without licenses strongly thi-T indlcal'd:
E. J. Langston deceased, late Notice is hereby given that Municipal Airport to properly'knew their driver's license." or are fali'; "K
of said County to the County Nolle Burge filed her final report Fla.
Vero Beach, "In Previous years.to said Kirkman.
Virginia Kelflrtlejr, ..........-..EdfLet.d Lori Judge of WakJ1a: County Florida as Executrix of the estateof checking for licenses many drivers are found have found tbat'willi.
hit office DockW. Simmons, deceased; in violation
at in the court '
which In turn have
other helped
house of said County at Craw- that she filed has petition for our overall accident and f.J.
final and that she will Lot 50 x im) ity prevention problem.
fordville Florida, within six discharge, FOTT SALE:
CrawfordvMe., Florida, L. Gardens, August has always proven to be a heavy motoring
calendar months from the time apply to the George feet in Magnolia month here ,
M second clasa matter. Subscription of the first publication of this Harper, County Judge of Wa- Panacea Florida. Will accept Florid! \\lth many Floridians taking their vacations plus thousands?
= rate $3.00 per year. notice. Two copies of each kulla County Florida, on the any reasonable offer. newsin of out-of-atate tourists also driving on our streets and highways

claim or demand shall be In 15th day of August, 1966 forapproval Write Mrs. Alma Holland, 'I hi Patrol's driver's license checks." reminds Kirkman ",n.
of and for final : corporal an all important automobile safety check along
writing and shall state the same Cochran with giving
place of residence and post office discharge as Executrix of the Rt. 4, Box 43-A. the Troopers an opportunity to impress upon all motorists stopped

If You deed address of the claimant, estate of Dock W. Simmons. Ga. 31014. the need" fur special care while driving In busy summer IIlghray
and shall be sworn to by the deceased, on this 6th day of traffic.
Office.Supplies claimant his agent, or attorney July, 1966. fcus The Commanding Officer of the Florida Highway Patrol concluded
and accompanied by a filing fee Nolle BurgeExecutrix I by reminding motorists that when and .If you're stopped, u roar
Office Furniture. of one dollar and such claim or of the estate of Ij might prove to be the pause that makes your vacation a haopi ,".
Business Machines demand not so filed shall be Dock W. Simmons j safer one you'll live to remember'FLORIDA !
fee Call deceased.

RANEY WHALEY /e/ Amos Ian! stops 7/14,21,28,8/4. The Ovation Science Monitor 1 / 1 i1 1
Administrator of the Estate On Norway St,Eaton,Mau 0211SPIMM )

atCAPITAL of E. J. Langston, deceased. YOU'RI! ADORABLE, TOOl enter my wbtcription to the
4t-7/21.28.8/4.11.. ts Monitor for the period checked below
I --rr r 1 ;' I enclose$ _. US.. Funds)
Today thru Saturday
102 E. JEFFERSON LEGAL NOTICES Q I YEAR $24 Q 6 month $12 Now Showing! -

223 S. NWM1STALLAHASSEE In the Circuit Court of the Second Experienced polly officer Q 3 month* $i

,' FLORIDA Judicial Circuit of Florida gometimes must give special Name __,,___.__ Paul Newman
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.. In and For Wakulla Coun- attention to .Individual re Clint Walker
ty. In Chancery. trolls who do not conformto Sum f .._ _.___ Julie Andrews i
the Navy'a; high standards. Jay Northin
No. 1389.DIVORCE It usually doe not take more City ?_.._,,___ .__._ in

HENRY WIt I lAMS I Mae than one talk with a chief State ____ ZIP Cod____ Alfred Hitchcock's
Betty Jackson petty officer to chance: a nonconformist -,-
Plaintiff into a "squaredaway" -
REALTY vs. recruit. "TORN CURTAIN"PI.ay

1 Ernest Willie Lee Jackson
Defendant. I
Reg. Real' Estate BrokerSt. NOTICE TO APPEAR

Marhf Flfl.' State of Florida tot MCCLENDON FUNERAL
t Phone 741 Ernest Willie Lee Jackson .
21121 ''Forty-fifth Drive, Bay ..... OUTDOOR ON! wooftvnu SWT.
Side, Long Island, N. Y.
You are hereby notified that a Karol Kelly, Florida Attractions "' Fridays; \
suit for divorce has beenbroughtagainstyoubyBetty Queen, find an admirer as she 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE Today thru Saturday
Associate: Mae Jack- visits Monkey Jungle' one of the 0 Robert Vaughan in
I. M. Hatcher. Sr. sen, in the Circuit Court of Wa- Florida Attraction Association ,
Phone WA 8-3201 kulla County Florida, and you members In the Miami area. PHONE 385-1161' Tallahassee" Fla.C RUSSIANS ARE COMING "SPY WITH MY FACE""THE
are hereby required to file with Karol has been touring the stateto and
H'AMRICK'NSURANCE the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof promote summer tourism In
said county your written defenses I plus
If in said suit and
to of on A. L. plus
serve a same
copy IJ Neighbors COUNTY SCHOOL Sunset Carson Peggy Stewart
BOARD JULY 29 1966
Porter Crawfordville Florida, Vittorio Cassman-Robert Ryan"OREGON
AUTOMOBIlE attorney for plaintiff, on or before t 1 rI i in
BONDS the 5th day of September, The meeting was called for the purpose of approving TRAIL"
A. D. 1966. Herein fail not or the tentative budget for 1966-67 school year and attending "THE DIRTY CAME"
'CASUALTY a decree pro confesso will be entered to any other matters that might be properly pre

against you. sented.
MARINE WITNESS the Honorable W. The meeting was called to order by chairman Rod-
PIRE May Walker one of the Judgesof denberry. Members
present: Mr. Crum,Mr.Strickland
said court and the seal thereof ,
and Mr. Posey. Members absent Mr.
PHONE 877-3108 at Crawfordville, Florida, Moved :
by Mr. Crum seconded
by Mr.
this 28th day of July A. D. that the budget be tentatively approved.
1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 1966.
/a/ Moody Pearce Voting for the motion: Mr. Roddenberry Mr. Crum

TAOAHASSffi. FU. Clerk Circuit Court, I Mr. Strickland, and Mr. Posey. SPECIALS. FRI.. SAT..
Wakulla County Florida Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded bYMr. Crum that

TERRY HARRISHouse (SEAL) t: c.-;;.". bills be paid as presented. -- ,
4t-8/4. 11. 18.25. Voting for the motion Mr.
: Roddenberry Mr.
"Yeah, same here-my five Crum, I
Mr. Strickland and Mr.
Hiring aAppliance Posey.
old do better-In Fresh
year can Moved
Repair by Mr. Strickland seconded by Mr. Crum GRADE A..
fact I copy hit stuff! that the meeting adjourn.

Also!>> Electric'Manketa Voting for the motion Mr. t
'1966 CANADIAN' MINT' SETS Mr. Strickland, and Mr. :Posey.Roddenberry Mr. Crum FRYERS.lb.. 29

Route 1. Box 34
Sopctioppy Florida All' sets contain six beautiful' coins In The School Board in Special Session July 29, 1966 reviewed -

phone 10. &42 'lovely plastic' holders.' and tentatively approved the budget for Wakulla Hum Center Cut 1b: 89c
-- County Schools for the 1966-67 fiscal year as follows .
and 1965 POINT SETS $4.90 PER SET STATE FUNDS: Sirloin STEAK i
collecting 79c
money 1964 MINT SETS AT U. U A SET Ib. .
from NEW TYPE high quality 1963 MINT SETS AT $6.50 A SET Minimum Foundation Program.............$362,186.00
coin operated dispensers in thii ., Administration.............,......,....,........ 300.00
area. No selling. To qualify $8.00 Racing Commission........................... 161000.00 PORK CHOPS Elllf Cut
you must have car, references, 1961 MINT SETS AT $10.00 EACH Textbooks........................................ 8278.00 79c

$600 to $1900 cash. Seven to C.O.D.S. WELCOME Sales Tax......................................... 41222.00 I
twelve hours weekly income.can net excellent SEND TO Driver Education............................... 3000.00 Bama MAYONNAISE. .

full time.monthly For personal Inter-More MAPLE LEAF MANUFACTURING CO. License Tax...................................... 700.00 qt. 49cDOLE '

view write P. O. BOX 4185, '16 East StreetSt. School Lunch.................................... 2000.00 PINEAPfLI AND PINK--.48 oz.

PITTSBURGH, PA. 15202. Include Catharines SUB -TOT AL...................................579000.00 GRAPEFRUIT DRINK 3 FOR 99!
phone number. Ontario, Canada FEDERAL FUNDS DISTRIBUTED BY STATE: ,

Vocational Funds............................... $ 3,000.00) American Ace TEA JOL 69c
I I School Lunch..................................... 18000.00 WITH GLASS

Tallahassee Business Firms National Forest................................. 15,000.00:

SUB TOTAL.................................. 36000.00 FAB detergent giant 79c

DIRECTORYPATRONIZE Taxes............................................ 104000.00 SWEET \ -

CASH IN GENERAL FUND...................... $ 17.377.00TOTAL POTATOES, lb. 15c


ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS........... 737263.00 BANANAS -.-


Salaries and Office Expense...........34320.00 .' SELL '>
sea' Instruction:

D. I. GRAMLING Salaries and Supplies.................... 459000.00 LE MONEY
FEEDSFlint mJ a B Operation of Schools: ORDERS

,1 & CO. Salaries and Utilities.................... 36660.00

Maintenance: -
River Mill) One-Stop Service for Salaries and Repairs.................... 17000.00 SHOP LOCALLY

loss "..."... ...... FeedSeedFertilizePoultry Transportation: ANdJSAVE
M3.0T74 Supplies Salaries and bus repair parts......... 50000.00
Garden ToolsSo. Food Services: PIGOTl/S STORE ;

Salaries and Utilities.. ................... 21000.00 MEJART .
Adams at S.A. .R.CroHini Fixed Charges: J
Insurance and Election Expenses.... 7,000.00To ALUMINUM '
Baker-Alford Co. I I.. Light Wtigkt and Ktgular Phone' 22i.u12: other county (Leon): SCREEN W

Thi Patt Houta" Concrete Block, junior college and NDEA Library... 2784.00 MAPLES .
Anything for your auto, truck Transfers
Outgoing : CONCRETE
or tractor. Also for your power Hanson, Wood and Capital Improvement.................... 29321.00 PRODUCTS a

lawnmower, and much for your Hoellnd.Inc. Retirement of Bonds.................... 80000.00 BUIIOTNG SIIPaiES-AUTD-fARTS

=c.N., Adams St. Ph. 222.8380 T'el 8.222-6840 Adam St. P.at :J.pxta' .
A public meeting will be held August 15, 1966. at 8:00A .PHONE." f

\ M, In the Board Room for open discussion and adoption STANDARD OIL

.Vaejrer, ]|nc Little Folks Store, /a s of the School Budget. All those Interested are _- PR.OOUCTS... lWA'. 6-5501
Inc. Invited to attend the SECTION i.i.GATT. -

"The Capital' O 0O' BOARD OF PUBLIC OF ./S. "

.la.oran.awd Bondt CUldrrii Oanua FumitHTt.. Hobbies fcvf, 1 William E. WHaley. superintendentS : AND CARRY
r Chairman
214 8. Adams St. Tel. 222. 880 Baby AeeiiioHtt E. Roddenberry FORMERLY
181 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 nURRANCE
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Dept. of Veterans Affairs, Wood crops require less of Individ- AIR LINE STRIKE -
A delegation of Jehovah's called this week to
labor acre than I and who nation
Witnesses per many uals organizations Every section of the
from for
AID. FOR THE BLIND Chattahoochee clarify who Is eligible other crops, according toE have made outstanding accomplishments has been hurt by the strike
Congregation, said medical outpatient treat- Hammick, Soil Con- in the fieldof
G. 911 by the International Asso-
Adminis- that N. H. Knorr,presidentof ment as administered by
The Veterans
servationist with the Wak- natural resource iu. and elation of Machinists against -
has a little known the Watchtower Bible the Veterans Administration. -
tration ulla Soil Conservation District management during the five of the nation s
benefit available to veterans and Tract Society, will be Therefore, they will are being requested -
the past year major air lines --Eastern,
principle said the veteran
of the Spanish Amer- speaker when Dixon
labor Florida
produce a higher income by the National Northwest Unit
ican War. World War I 1. 12,000 of Jehovah's Wit- must have been dischargedor per acre. The risk of Wildlife Federation. Any- ed and ,Trans World Air

World War II, Korean Conflict nesses from 28 states retired under conditions loss Is low. There nomination
crop are one can make a Lines, grounding about 60
gather In Mobile's than dishonorable
and the Peacetime Muni- other ,
also other economic Southwell
con- Don ,
according to nation
cent of the 9
cipal Auditorium 24- and be In need of treat- per
service which was announ- Aug.
siderations. The cost of Federation President, by commercial air flights.
ced by Melvin T. Dixon of 28. ment for a disability incurred sharing provisions of the submitting information to a Florida has been parti-

the Fla. Dept. of Veterans Knorr, a Pennsylvanian, in or aggravated by agricultural conservation local club belonging to the cularly hurt. Business Is
travels service. All
some 50,000 milesa his
Affairs today. Veterans program apply to severalof Federation or by contactingthe losing millions each day..
the of veterans of Indian war;
year visiting world-
be entitled
to woodland
must com- the conserv- Federation at P.O. Box connected with
wide branches of the American War, including not
pensation for a service New ation practices. The Internal 854 Ormond Beach. laid
York headquartered the Phillipplne Insurrection the air lines are being
connected disability and be Tower and the Boxer Revenue Service The program being con- off due to the fact that the
blind In both eyes. How- Society. He speaks permits certain expendi- ducted as part of a nation- business employedby
considered they are
ever, the blindness itself annually at conventions of Rebellion are tures for woodland con- MR. MICHAEL CORIV wide conservation education air ser-
Jehovah's be service connected for depends upon
need .not be service con- United States.Witnesses in the of outpatient med- servation practices to be APPOINTED SUPERVISOR campaign by the National vice. Mail is arriving late
nected. purpose deducted from Income and
Wildlife Federation and
when AFTERCARE PROGRAM and vital military cargo
ical appli-
Weller treatment
pointed out that
Dixon said the nature of is taxes. Most income from its State Affiliates, Is spon- men have had< to be movedby
when cation for treatment
Knorr took office
the benefit Is approved as wood crops is reportable as Mr. Michael Corin hasbeen sored by the Sears Roe- the National Guard and
electronic and mechanicalaids president of the society In made. long-term gains In Incometax appointed to the posit- buck Foundation, and designed the
1942 that there were 114-, The outpatient medical ion of Regional Supervisorof reserves.
to the blind and their returns. The Federal to recognize out- This strike tries the -
240 Jehovah's treatment Including med- patience
witnesses ,
in 2 of Florida'snew
necessary repair and re- Reserve Act permits nat- standing accomplishmentsin
placement. 54 lands and that today icine, bandages, etc., may ional banks to consider I statewide Aftercare several catehories of of the American people -
Some means must
there are over 1,034,000 be provided for eligible woodlands Program, according to .
as wild
Guide dogs, Including the conservation effort -
found find solutions to
field to
199 lands. veterans at VA sta-
expense of training the vet- land 4 r real-estate loans. David R. Walters, Deputy life, soil, water and/or air,
tions or VA authorizeit strikes which are againstthe
He estimated that 21 may
for Aftercare of
eran to use the dog and the AWO, oodland crops canT forestry, youth activity,
from the local to be provided by approy national Interest.
congregation the Division of Child Train-
harvested when the
of the medical >e mar
cost dog's education, legislation, organization -
ed Faced with this Imme-
private physltvlaw inveteran's
go to Mobile for the ket Is ing Schools In Tallahassee.This .
Up. and communi-
attention are furnished by
home-tommuni- diate problem,I have Intro-
program, new fund-
the VA cations. In addition,
will also feature speakers ty. ed by the last session of the of the duced a bill which
Veteran Conservationist
Ser- State
Any County Dtyert another fact of an arbitration board
from all the says up
over South.
CAR OF THANKSMy legislature, provides coun-
vice Officer will be happy to Year will be selected. All
importance is that disabled that would settle this dis-
The main address to be and
seling supervision to
the make his selections will be made bya
help veteran
veterans who are receiving Dear Friends: pute with a binding award,
given by Knorr, on the lasr1 boys and girls released
application. day of the meeting is entitled training under the Vocat- Thank you so very much from Florida's training panel of Judges, composedof the board then to go out
authorities in
"What Has God's ional Rehabilitation, and for your many kindnessesand schools serving delinquent recognized and natural of existence. This award

Kingdom Been Doing Since who need outpatient med- thoughtfulness. I find children, according to Wal- conservation would remain In effect for

1914?'. ical treatment for service that it is Impossible for me tsrs. Region will serve an resources management. two years.In .
connected disabilities to to write to each one of you eleven Individuals and organi- 1963 we faced a similar -

I prevent the interruption of so I want to take this meansof county area. zations selected for recog- problem, then It was a
! Corin, a native of Day-
their training, or return to thanking all of you. nition in Florida become threatened strike on our
tona Beach, is a graduate
training from an inter- Your gifts, cards, let- of Florida State University eligible for considerationin railroads. We acted to
rupted or leave status, visits and the National Conservation settle this and did
problem <
ters, your your w'th' a degree in Criminology
R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME when a cessation of instruction prayers have meant so and Achievement Program settle It.This .
Corrections and
Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director has been neces- much to me, and I thank was employed by the Mich- The Florida award measure would pro-
sary, may be entitled to each of you from the bottom program Is scheduled for vide for a solution to the
Phone 697.3366 this treatment from the VA. of my heart. igan Department of Cor- September while the Nat- immediate problem, whichis
Dixon says all Veteran With love and best wishes prior to appointment ional program will be heldIn necessary it Is my feel-

CARRADELLE, FLA. County Service Officers to you all, Corin will to reside his new in post.Tallahassee Washington, D. C., early Ing, however, that some

"24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"SERVING have application blanks for next year. means must be ,found to
with his
outpatient medical treatment Varol Lines The Florida Wildlife settle fairly and reasonably
the former Amy Griffin, Federation will hold its
disputes such as this when
WAKUlL COUNTY of Deland.
quarterly meeting In Lake-
the national Interest Is In-
Interested persons are land, on July 16-17. volved.
encouraged to contact Mr.
I am hopeful that my bill
Corin at his office, 325 E.
will be passed so that a
Gaines Street in Tallahassee -
Mr. and Mrs. 0. E.Hen- for further information solution can be reached in
drickson and son and Mr. this current critical situation -
I regarding th.s new ser
and Mrs. Al McClees have vice to Florida's children. For many years Florida's .
returned home from a tripto I state seal showed mountain In RESPECT FOR LAW AND

Minnesota where they visited -- I II the background, despite the ,ORDER -- Many of the

r '.\ friends and relativesin ract I that 300 feet elevation b l large cities in our nation
1 lops In the Peninsular State.
Marshall, Montevideoand have been beset with riots,

Granite Falls. -0- looting, pillage and burningon

I .. successive summers.
This year has been no exception -
I but rather has been

This is perhaps worse than others.

Buildings: have been

burned and pillaged, and

one police battled with gunfire,
way fire bombs rocks and bottles -

Owners of businesseshave

seen their shops burn-
to cool.
sleep ed after mobs have carriedoff

the contents.

There Is no excuse for
(But not; verycomfortably. the violence and pillage we

have experienced. National

.) f leaders have been derelictIn
not calling for law and

TRADE NOW AND SAVE! 's order, and local and state

1' leaden have often waitedtoo

w lothz( to call out National -

( PRICESLot I Guardsmen to preserve

SPECIAL the peace. In some areas,

It appeared that the riots

were well organized as

Lot #2.1414 Monroe In Cleveland

#1-327 N Adams Ph. 222.5656 It has been reported that

Phone 224.j211 ; the same agitators Incitingto

1962 Chevrolet $892 riot In New York In July
1963 Chevy II. $1095 .door.dln; '..o'lInde Itr.'I'' had also been seen promoting -
4.door iedn: automatic Irani.million .hllt 1440., radio 1I..r. hock ".. disorder in Chicago and
radio hnter One I the Watts area In Los Angeles -
owner. Mock Mo. 147. 1959 Pontiac $482
Chevelle $2895 Mdin. .Ir.eondillunld. .
1966 .
AUGUSTdeer tranimliiion, radio, It Is past time that stern
SS 3M radio. heater and AIR- Hack "0. 47J.
CONDITIONING. Corvair.$182Station action be taken to stem this

1965 Impala. $2095 1961 tide which seemingly gets
door ilrlight :
$AVING!! Waton.
I door Hirdtop VS atindardhm thin and .heater. ".. 130JA worse with each* passing
radio and heater
1965 Chevelle $1695 1962 Pick-Up. $782 year. violence solves nothing -
3 OK ', lock Bum- I
> I door with radio heater and Chevrolet..., TI3I2A.i and our entirestructure
elandiril Innimiiilon. J. t will crumble
1962 Ford $795
1963PickUp.$895Chevrolet USED CARS SunUn Convertible radio I without respect for law and
(cylinder !i-toa. Ont heater, automatic$ tranimltilon195f 1 '
own.r. No Tl4e3. order I particularly resent

1964 Fury V-8 $1695 BACKED BYALFORDS Buick I 1 $192 I national officials who minimize -

Plymouth 4dnnr sedan: .loadedIncludlnl 4 door Hardtop .lth radio the consequences by>
owner! real eondillonln ihirp. No( N70'one boater aulomille ateerlnand Iranimliilon.power power. f blaming society for one

1962 Wagon. $1095 ,aa?. reason or another.
Chevrolet VS BelAlr deer : 1960 Ford . $352 There can never be rea-
paa Power t eln/ ,U 42 YEARS 4-door ledin automatic traneirimon -
motto tr.namlulon. llea&lr. No. -aealT..SI: ok No. ;I son for the beatings, looting -
0 IU.70A. "- and violence which cer-
PLENTY MORE OF SERVICE 1959 Ford'V-8 $182 ;; tain sections of America

And then there's flameless electric S-door Courier.. .FUherman_, I have suffered and unlesswe
LOTS OPIN' TILL t 00 P.H L IfofllA.Sdoor -
AIR CONDITIONING that lets BOTH FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE: 1962 Sa fi:.:- :: $252 I see responsible and
you sleep Famous OK Quality : run good. t tow of mlle forthright action on the part
par ,III.... No 10SA. I of national and state offi-

cool even in a feather bed. 1-Year G-W Warranty Panel Truck $592 i cials, the situation will only -
LONG TRADES- INS IntorniUonal TI40IA.PLENTY. v. Stockumber grow worse.Clnbwores .

More An kill/ tht ktmtt w? scnrt jt nt reeled/ ..I.drlc.IIIl.l. EASY TERMS MORE


nett, Texas, took the second

award or $5,000 for their suecental .

drlvej to ret the ant
TAa7tww,4 z $w&Ii /
library for their towvef 9,000

I = FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION' and for a prorran which five,
At ....
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yeans people a vote ta plaa-|
...( the recreatloBal pro.ttrasr -

of their yrath center.
;' Why stow this summer? A $50 Installation allowancewill The BurkbarMtt Cornell of

be given to each Florida Power Corporation customer Federate '- was abet re-

\ who replaces I flame-type heating system with WHOLE HOUSE 2 Lots To Serve ..You-327 N. Adams-1414 S.. Monroe .,....... for orftnliiar a

i electric cooling and heating between June 1st and August 31st. eomBNBUtr council that toerdlmte -

the yrocraasa of the

i, .'. 51 clubs and enanixaa -


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uoriioi tHURCH; ---

Rev Jess Ba\8r_. ", Sunday School 10100 AM : Sunday School 10:00 AM (Inactive) NEW LIGHT ASSEMBLYOF CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS "
Morning Morning
Worship 11:00 Worship 11:00 AM
Crawfordville Methodist Church mining Union 7:00 PM Training Union 6:30: PM I
EveDIDg"Worship 8:00 PM Evening Worship 7:30 PM r Gary Cotney, Pastor Rev. Roy Rochester, Pastor METHODIST
Woman's Missionary Midweek Prayer .PANACEA. Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM CHURCH

Union 1st Monday Service Wed.Men's 7:30: PM BETHEL PRIMITIVE 1 Morning Worship 11:00 AMChrist' Morning Worship 11:00 AM
ARRAN Brotherhood Ambassadors Rev. Roger Stimson,
Woman's Young People'sService
Society 3rd 1st Thursday 7:30 PM' Sunday 6:30 PM 6:00 PM Mrs. Lyon Crosby, Church and
TOWER PENTECOSTAL Men's Brotherhood Dorcas Circle Cortex White, Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 PM Evening Worship 7:45 PM Community Worker for Wakulla
HOLINESS CHURCH 3rd 2nd Thursday 7:30 PM.': Sunday School Midweek Prayer Midweek Prayer County. I
The Tuesday 7,30 PM I Every Sunday 10:00 AM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Service (Tues.) 7:45 PMWoman's Sunday School 9:30 AM
Rev. Noah Connell, Pastor following held I
at 3ilS PM 2nd Weekend I Wed. 10:00 AM
Auxiliary ,Morning Worship
Sunday School 10:00 AM Royal Ambassadors MEDART Sat. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Every Monday C Tuesday Sun. Morn. Worship 11:00 AM SPRING CREEK West Holiness Florida Congregational#,
Young People's Service 6:00 PM' Girls Auxiliary FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM Campground
8 22 1966
Evening Worship 7:00 PM Every Tuesday C Wednesday BAPTIST CHURCH 4th Weekend: SHADY SEA BAPTIST CHURCHRev. June ZIONHI1J.METHODIST .
Midweek Prayer 7i30 PM Sunbeams Sat. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM
Rev. Emmett Earl Pearce, Pastor CHURCH
Service (Wed.) Every Monday C Tuesday Whaley, Pastor "Inn. Morn. Worship 11:00 AM
2nd Sunday lun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Rev. W. L. Prater, Pastor

I 1 Evening Worship 7:30 PM Prayer Service (Fri.) 7:30 PM Evening Morning Worship Worship 11:00 7:30 AM PM O. C. Hall, Pastor 2nd C 4th Sundays;

CRJWFORDVILLE CURTIS MILLS 4th Weekend Midweek Prayer Sunday School 10:00 AM Morning Worship 9:30 AM
Sat. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
I Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM '
BAPTIST CHURCHRev. CHURCH (Holiness) Sunday School 10:00 AM HOLINESS CHURCH Evening Worship 8:00 PM

Emmett Whaley, Pastor1st Herbert Thompson, Teacher Morning Worship 11:00 AM \ Rev. Steve Harrell, Pastor SPRING CREEK PRIMITIVE Midweek Prayer GASOLINE TAX REFUNDF.
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00AM BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Service (Wed.) 8:00 PM

Sunday: Sunday School 10:00 AM Midweek Prayer ; I I Morning Worship 11:00AM W. W. McAllister Pastor Woman's Missionary Society I S. Schmidt, ,district
Sunday School 10:00 AM Evening Worship 7:00 PM Service Tuesday 7:30 PM Young People's (Every ther Wed.) 3:00 PM director of Internal Revenue
11:00 School 10:00 AM
Morning Worship AM Ladies
Prayer Service Prayer Sunbeams -
6:15 PM
Evening Worship 7i30 PM Wednesday & Friday 7:30 PM Service-Wednesday 10:00 AM Service Sunday Service Moming Worship 11:00 AM 2nd G 4th Tuesday 3:15 PM Florida, stated that
I Evangelistic there has been Ir
3rd Weekend: I Evening Worship 7:30 PM : a change
Sat. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM Midweek Sunday 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer the law which provides that
MEDART ASSEMBLYOF Prayer Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM farmers and other
Sunday School 10:00: AM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM MT. BEASON PRIMITIVE
horning Worship 11:00 AM IVAN BAPTIST CHURCHRev. using gasoline for non-

4 Evening Worship 7:30 PM E. M. Carter, Pastor ST. MARKS Cortez White, Pastor highway use are not required -
Sunday School 10:00 AM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. 1st Weekend to use Form 2240
COD CHURCHRev. Morning Worship 11:00 AM atom. Wor. 11:00 AM to claim refund of Federal
CRAWFORDVILLE METHODIST Henry Cooksey, Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM tax paid for nonhighwayuse.
I ; School 10:00 AM
CHURCH Sunday School 10:00 Midweek Prayer Sunday Fred Harrison, Pastor claim
AM 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM They must now
I Rev. Jesse L. Baker, Pastor Morning Worship 11:00 AM Service Wed. 7:30 PM Morning Training Worship Union 6:00 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM 3rd Sunday; the amount of refund as a
Evening Worship Christ's Ambassadors Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM I' credit their
7:00 PM I\ against tax on
Evening Worship
ht 3rd
Sunday Winter Union
7:00 PM Saturday 7:30 PM Training 6:30 PM 11:00
Morning AM
I Sunday School 10:00 AM Summer 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer Evening Worship 7:30 PM Worship annual Income tax return,
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Midweek Prayer Service (Wed.) 7:30 PMVoman'i Midweek Prayer I thereby eliminating the

Evening Worship 7i30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM OTTER CREEK ( Missionary Union Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM SOPCHOPPY CHURCH I necessity of filing Form
Thurs. after 1st Sun. 10:00 AM 2240. Thus, a calendar-
2nd 6 4th Sunday
doming Worship r "':' AM DIKE NEW HOME PRIMITIVE Boy Scouts (Fri.) 6:00 PM OF CHRIST year taxpayer will claim
I Sunday School 10:30 AM PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCHRev. ST. MARKS METHODIST Floyd McCullough, Minister on his 1966 Income tax return -
BAPTIST CHURCHRev. CHURCH Bible Study 10:00 AM a credit for gasolinetax
Midweek Prayer W. W. McAllister, Pastor RIVERSIDE BAPTIST MISSIONRev. Morning Worship .11:00 AM
Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Emmett Whaley, Pastor Sunday School (Inactive) refund for the period
George Dickey, Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 PM
Methodist Youth Fellowship 2nd Weekend Every Sunday 9:45 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM Bible Study (Wed.) 7:30 PM beginning July 1, 1965
Every Sunday Evening 6:30 PM Sat. Evening Worship 7:30 PM ,i,st Sunday!: Morning Worship 11:00 AM through December 31,1966.To .
Woman's Society of Christian Sun. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Training Union 7:00 PM SMITH CREEK -' METHODIST assure proper credit,
Service-3rd Tues. 3:30 PM 3rd Sunday the gasoline tax refund
Evening 7:30 Evening Worship 8:00 PM I MT. LION BAPTIST CHURCHRev. CHURCH credit be
Men's Club-300 Tues. 7:30: PM Worship PM Midweek Prayer must properly
Wesleyan Service Guild r Service 7.30 PM William Flirty, Pastor Rev. Jesse L. Baker, Pastor J Identified as such on the
4th Thursday 8:00 PM Sunday School 9:50 AM I 1st 6 3rd Sunday return and a statement

". .. Morning Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 9:30 AM !showing the computation of
i When some challenge comes DICKINSON OPPOSES I, Training Union 6:00 PM I Sunday School 10:30 AM the tax refund must be attached -
i Evening Worship 7:00 PM 2nd & 4th Sunday, to the return.
Gain ReadersWeekly BILL / I
Weekly Newspapers our way,we get upset complainand HR/6491 Woman'. Missionary Union Sunday School-- 10:00 AM The
United States, state
newspapers in the United States experienced a 50% makes feel unjustly treated.This Florida Comptroller, 1st Monday after J' Morning Worship 11:00 AM or local government units
matters worse. We 1st 9:00 AM 7:30 PM
Sunday Evening
increase in circulation from 1953 through 1964, the latest year should welcome the challenge Fred 0. Dickinson, Jr., ; Midweek Prayer and certain tax-exempt organizations -

for which figures are available, according to the 1966 National as an opportunity to prove our today led State Cabinet opposition Service (Tues.) 7:30 PM not subjectto
Directory of Weekly Newspapers, published last month by spiritual understanding and against an inter- Methodist Youth Fellowship .-.;: Income tax may continueto

American Newspaper Representatives, Inc. According to the thank God for the opportunity. state commerce taxation Florida cattlemen annually Every Sun. Evening 6:30 PM claim gasoline tax refunds -
1955 directory, in 1953 8,400 weeklies had a total circulationof We suffer only when we resist bill now before a subcom- spend SIS million for cattle and 'I Woman's Society of by filing a timely
17.3 million. The 1966 directory lists for 1964 some 8,000 mittee of the House Judic- calves, 17 million for feed. S3 Christian Service Form 843, Claim for Refund -
something in our lives. The iary Committee.The million for fertilizer, $3 millionfor 2nd Tuesday 3:15 PM with their district
semiveeklies with
weeklies triweeklies )
(including com-
secret: is, then to embrace the State Cabinet, actingas horses, and 11 million for I Men's Brotherhood director.
bined circulation of 26 million.
Spirit of God in saddles.
everything. the Revenue Commis- 4th Thursday 7:30 PM
I sion, has adopted a resol- Children's Hour -
i ution vigorously protestingHR 1st C 3rd Tuesday 3:15 PM

t i 16491, 'A bill to reg-

ulate and foster commerce inson, "this bill proposes to Many Splendored Sweets
among the states by pro- do no less than strike a
t viding a system for the tax blow the
vicious to jurisdictional ,
\ hank ation of" Interstate com- and historical

My merce. right of the state to reg-
The resolution has been ulate and administer its I"
five cabinet "
signed by own taxation programs.

l knows all members. Exceptions were "Further, If enacted, it
a r Attorney General Earl I will, In reality, constitutea
( Faircloth, who was '.not In most serious effronteryto ki e
his office this morning,and Florida legislators, tax f t

the Dnswers.r Treasurer Broward Williams officials and those reposedin
i who Is in Russia. "
,. Florida government, he { aa *\
Dickinson, the first Cab- added. ,
inet member to sign the resolution Dickinson pointed out x

IiI) it. termed the bill that the bill would also
er "
one of the most potentially drastically restrict Flori-

devastating schemes ever da's Jurisdiction over
l' to threaten our system of multi-state businesses utilizing -

state government.J. the state's sales
Ed Straughn, Florida market.
l'I t Revenue Director, said the "Under the built-in loop-

bill was Introduced In Con- holes of restricted Jurisdiction -

gress this week as a sub- In this proposal, Eagle Brand Not Caramel
I stitute for a previous Interstate non-resident Interstate operators (Make about 45 caramels)

T tax bill, HR 11798, could adjust their 1-1/3 cups ((15-oz. can) Eagle 3/4 cup chopped unblanched
which drew widespread business methods so as to Brand sweetened almonds
Ufe : position throughout the nation evade or: avoid collectionand condensed milk OR
earlier this 1 cup light corn syrup 1/4 cup chopped pecans
year. remittance of the taxesso
1 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup chopped walnuts
wired all
Dickinson today
necessary to maintainthe 1/4 cup chopped almonds
r Florida delegates In wash- government of Florida-1 I I In a medium-size heavy saucepan combine Eagle Brand and
have! ington to express his official the very economy they exploit corn syrup; bring to a boil over medium heat. Boil 15-20 minutes,
; protest of the bill as ," explained Dickin- stirring constantly. Syrup will be thick and caramel colored. Add
Florida's Chief Fiscal of- salt and chopped almonds or other nut mixture. Pour syrup intoa
I ficer. son.Straughn buttered 8 x 8-inch pan and cool at room temperature until
said this Immunity firm enough to cut into squares. Shape these squares into balls;
And you're Dickinson warned Con- from sales or use place in small candy paper cups, then decorate with whole pecans
gressman William C. Cra- tax would "constitute a whole blanched almonds or chocolate sprinkles. II desired,dribble
mer, enactment of this bill crushing economic dis- melted unsweetened chocolate over mixture in pan; let cool, then
cut into squares, diamond shapes, or rectangles.Marthmallow .
Is as Inconceivable as the crimination" against Instate -
right usual! results would disas- Caramel> .
t as prove Florida dealers In (Makes about 45 caramels)
trous to Florida's econ- competition with non-resi- Variation i Follow recipe for Eagle Brand Caramel.omitting pats,
omy, specifically, and her dent sellers. but. adding
sovereignty, in general." "If this proposal Is a- 16 (one 4-ox. pkg.) 3-1/2 oz. ((1 can) flaked coco-
'I most emphaticallyurge dopted, many multi-state Campfire Marshmallows .nut .
you to oppose a hasty concerns now maintaining Boil caramel mixture 15 minute add marshmallows. Boil 5
minutes, stirring constantly. > the
more Cp v bottom
enactment Dickinson of a buttered
places of business In Florida -
8 x 8-lnchjan with half of the flailed coconut; cover with caramel
wired Cramer, who Is the as defined could close up mixture.Top with rest of coconut. Cool it room temperature,then
only Florida delegate on the shop, dodge jurisdictionand cat into desired shapes.
I subcommittee which is continue to exploit the
There might be a few things we don't know, but we chairmaned by Congressman Florida market," he char-

know everything about banking! That's why you're so confident Edwin E. Willis of ged.Dickinson
only last weekIn
when you come to us.You know that we know what we're doing! Dickinson said today that Miami warned a confer-

Savings Accounts, Checking Accounts, a Complete Loan Service, the Imperil bill Florid would "grievously/'s economy ence of throughout tax administratorsfrom the South-

Ir Safe Deposit Boxes, Travelers Checks, expert Financial Advice and revenue collections, east that such Federal legislation -
particularly In the field of posed, "the most r*, ......
whatever your banking need, we're ready to help. I i sales and use taxes from serious single taxation t i ..

which fifty per cent of the problem facing this country
Remember the name of our bank the next time you're state's general revenue Is and the respective states r-

'I looking far-Full Banking Services. Many fine people do! annually derived." today." bL
Straughn pointed out thatIf The Comptroller headeda ,

the bill Is passed una- group, composed of _.
mended, the state's "present and others whichIn
"Oooh. that smut:" is a
STATE BANK $18 million annual February testified In typical reaction to the aeries
revenue from the use tax Washington before a House of shots given to each lIedI1n ,- Every for new recruit U measured
on Interstate transactionswill Committee to the pitfallsof sailor on his first day Ms uniforms. By
the Urn* Hia first four
In the Navy. All
be Immediately reduced such blllls are
Florida's CUcstMg Immunised agalnut various the Navy have passed, the
approximately 70 per 11798. saiUr has a complete ward-
diseases "
r as a matter of rou
Es *er rsoifil rWr 'Uinnce On cent, or 12.6 million. --------- tine. robe.CHURCH .
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fact plck-
,,' .- I r -"* -. ,. ..charged: :