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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: October 13, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
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VOLUME 49 NUMBER: 6 CRAHFORDVILLE:, FLORIDA 32321 THURSDAY OCTOBER 13. 1966 ; '
PRICE IOK PER COPY:: ;:

SURVEY OF mULLK COiintf;;
FACILITIES AND NEEDS TO BE CONDUCTlu CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH SCHOOL HOMECOMINGThe '

Stuuer: 'Crawfordville has been busy

The Survey Section of the State Department of Educa- planning The the Homecoming: :: ,rH...-S. The Student Council
tion will conduct a of Wakulla
survey County Schools on festivities. The P
October 31, November 1. and November 2.Ralph Martin, football the Homecoming the Trenton Tigers Friday
team will be playing
general supervisor for the county shcoola,is coordinating October 21.Thursday .
the gathering of Information for the survey which night -
was requested by the School Board in a night:, October
WINS
meeting on June CRAWFORDVILLE
13 1966. 70, there will be a Bonfiren
,
front of the gym that FOURTH GAME 12-0
One purpose of the school plant survey is to judge the
adequacy of existing buildings and grounds. A second will start at 8:00 p.m.It The Crawfordville Panthers
cheers
purpose, based or the findings of the first,is determining will feature skits, won their fourth game
whether or not new buildings are needed and select- led by the and Panther music Cheer-the last Friday night against I
ing locations when needs are discovered.The leaders, by Bristol. This put the Panthers
be
Quantities of exiet. Panther Band. This will record for the seaw

are ing determined buiidings--in-ground consid'! CRAWFORDVILLE followed the Tiger.by the burning of four. -- SIS ana-- no losses'.*

On Friday, October 21, The Panthers have not been
eration of the numbers am:1 PERSONALS
sizes of classrooms libraries there will be a parade at scored against, thus far.

play areas, etc,,, Mr. and Mrs. James B. 2:00 p.m. through Craw- Strickland Clint Nazworth and Larry
This is O'Bryan returned home after fordville. On Friday night were the scor-
largely a countlnj g -
ers for the Panthers
and measuring process, /a two weeks trip thru the football game againstthe
The Panthers il'
threatenedto
The qualities are judged I I the Blue Ridge, Alleghany.I Tigers. break
against standards adoptedby I Adirondack and Catskill Following the game the open the game

the School Board and required Mountains. They also stop- Homecoming Dance will three Bristol other times, but the

by the State. This Is;: ped at Niagara Falls and be held in the gym. rose to the Bulldogs occasion.always The
an evaluation of how good I wake George, New York.
Bulldogs defense
the existing facilities are in While in New York state stoppedthe
terms of the educational they visited many of Mrs.O'Bryan's COMMUNITY HEALTH yard Panthers line three on the different fi ve-

program of the individual family and WEEK OCT. 16-22 times. Bristol never made

school. friends. The week of October 16- outside its own 40-yard
Principals,teachers,bus
drivers, and clerical assistants 22 has been designated as line.This
have been busy Dr. and Mrs.H. D.Youngof Community Health Week- Friday night the
Panthers will take
on Cot-
measuring and counting Leesburg, Florida, and 1966 in Florida and
tondale. The
time is
classrooms, drawing floor Mrs. Herbert I. Serinan of throughout the nation. game
plans of existing buildings, Wlldwood, Florida, were The Florida Medical Association be 8:00 p.m. The game will ;
played on the Crawford-
and the weekend of said the week will
locating every studenton guests Mr.
vine
field. Best of luct
a map -- called a spot and Mrs. E. C. Ferrell. be observed with a wide and boys
keep up the good workl!
variety of activitits by
map -- of the county. This
preliminary phase has been Mr. and Mrs. Wooten local medical societies and
completed now, and the Smith and Mr. and Mrs. related health organiza- SOPCHOPPY LOSES
county office staff Is com- Henry smith visited Mrs.F. tions and agencies. TO APALACHICOLA

piling and combining infor. E. leGallee in Panama This majorthemes ;
mation on individual City on Sunday, for the week will be ((1)) The Sopchoppy Yellow
Jackets lost to the Apalachicola
-
control of preventable dis- '
schools into a single report -
Mr. and Mrs. ease, with emphasis on Sharks last Friday !
on the county school Decll
veneral disease and immunization night, with the score 46-6.
system. Forbes attended the funeral -
Beginning October) 31, services of Mr. F. E. and ((2)) pro Thurman the Roddenberrymade
Sopchoppy
the team headed leGallee on Saturday. motion of th many careers score.
survey by
This Friday night the
available in the medical and
Mr. Don Lott, will visit and
Yellow Jackets play Greenville
-
emphasizes that his team Mr. Harry Hose of Miami health field.According. at home. This will be
will be judging buildingsand visited Mrs. Henry'Smith to the state
the
Yellow jackets Home-
grounds only. They will over the weekend. medical group, local observances -
coming Game. The Junior
of the week will
not make judgements about Class is Fish
sponsoring a
the educational Mrs Sylvia L. not be limited to the two
programsor Paullg Fry that is to start at 4:00
the teachers or the clas- has been admitted to Tallahassee themes but may Include and continue
p.m. throughthe
ses they happen to see. Memorial Hospi other topics of area inter- game and after the
tal for surgery. She will ix vited.'V''
est.The game. The menu will consist -
of the weekis
in the hospital for about t purpose
of fish, hushpuppies
FRAUDULENT REPORTSON week to privide medical and ,
to ten days. She is ii cole slaw, pickles, onions,
Room 406.SEAFOOD health groups an opportunity -
SERVICEMENOn I
cake
to show the public how pie, and tea. or cof-
several occasions recently they are organized for bet fee. The plates will be$1.00
the next'of kin of FESTIVAL IN ter hel th. This will be the for adults and 75(5( for chil- :
soldiers serving in Viet- fourth such annual week. dren. After the game there
man have been subjectedto APALACHICOLA SET will be an Alumni party

cruel hoakes by persons This Gulf Mexicoflsh- with live entertainment.

who call on them In person, ing community will cele HOMECOMING BONFIREThe Everyone is invited to the

by phone, or send tele- brate its third annual Sea- Fish Fry, game and the
grams to them stating that food Festival Saturday, Crawfordville Home- party afterward.
their loved-one has either Nov. 5. coming Bonfire will be held Best of luck to the Yel-

been killed Is missing In A town of 5,000 residents Thursday night, October low jackets on their Home
action, or seriously in- long known for pro- 20, at 8:00 p.m. in gront of coming.
the skits will be held
jured.In ducing 90 per cent of the gym.
an effort to help offset oysters harvested in Flor- and cheers lead by the Panther .

the possibility of any such ida, Apalachicola has e- Cheerleaders. Music WAKUllA NEWS
false report being taken lected to spotlight Its role will be provided by The Waiter
the of Panther Band. BY Mri. Ralph
seriously by next in history at this year's e- ; :
kin of Army personnel residing The Homecoming Bon- Deepest sympathy i* I
In the State of Flor- vent.A fort site as early as fire is sponsored by the extended to the family amd !

ida, the public information 1705, Apalachicola was Incorporated Student Council. friends of Mrs. Bessie
Officer, Headquarters, in 1827. In the Nail who passed away onFriday :
Florida Sector command mid-1800's, the town became October 7th, at the
IV U.S. Army CorpsNavaiAir the second largest SMITH CREEK NEWS Tallahassee Memorial

Station, Jacksonville cotton port on the Gulf. By Mrs. Helen Kyle Hospital '
made the following announcement The shipping era ended

today: when Federal forces block- Mrs. Barbara Thorpeson The Methodist ladles met
"The official notificationof aded the port during the Mike of Tallahasseespent at the Wakulla Methodist.
the next of kin of any Civil War. After the war, the weekend with her church on Tuesday morn-
member that he it turned devotion was
Army the cmmunlty to parents, Mr. & Mrs. Jack ing. The
dead, missing In action, or fishing for its livelihood. Langston.Mr. brought by Mrs. L. B.
seriously wounded is never Featured speaker for the Crosby The ladies have

sent by telephone or tele- Seafood Festival will be and Mrs garbs, selected a project of mak-
gram. It la always delivered William c. Goza,presidentof Helms, the former Judy ing bandages for the Health I !'!
in person by an Army the Florida Historical Chason visited Judy's family Department, and ask that :
officer or senior non-com Society. A tour of historic over the weekend. four will, save worn
missioned officer who Is sites within the community sheets the project.

prepared to present proofof Is planned.Out Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Those present were j:
his identity, if asked. of town visitors will Finch of Des Moines Iowa Mesdames Tom Green, Joe I
Normally, the initial be treated to a free seafood are visiting their Ladd Fill Meadors, L. B.Crosby '
notification Is made througha dinner at midday. Other Mrs. Helen Kyle daughter and fam., A..J. Mlckler, 1
military headquarters located activities planned for the ily. Ralph Masters. After the
near the residence of festival include a boat meeting light refreshmentswere
the next of kin. Then,within parade, oyster shucking served. All the ladies '
a few days thereafter, contest, a dance and the BAND BOOSTERS MEET in the community are in- '
the next of kin will receive crowning of Miss Florida vited to join the group, 2nd J,,
written verification and Seafood, festival queen. The Crawfordville Band Tuesday in each month.
further information from' Boosters met Tuesday

The Adjutant General, Department night after the P.T.A. Mrs. Joe Ladd, Lisa and
of the Army meeting. They elected the Lori, Mrs. Fred Ladd,visited -
Washington, D.C.: r slate of officers to serve in Bainbridge this past
thru the 1966-67 school week.

: term.
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They are: President Mr. andM Joe Mlck ?

41f ..............0 Mrs. Kay Strickland;Vice ler Debra and Joie, viaiteA -
SIBSCHIBE: TO"THE !NEIS "The only trouble with President, Mrs. Johnnie in Leesburg,Fla.,over ,,
Limbaugh; Secretary Mrs.
A FEI LEFT! the weekend.
ONLY
being a food
iport U that you Dot Nazworth; Treasurer, -
have to lose_to prove It I" Mrs. Dorothy Miller. -




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of Second of the Second ACRES MAY BE GRAZED _. .
the
In the Circuit Court Court "
WAKULLA COUNTY.NEWSTHURSDAY. In Court of the In the Circuit
County Judge,
of Florida 15
Judicial Circuit of Flo- Judicial Circuit BEGINNING OCTOBER .
OCTOBER13"l966WAKULLA rida,la and For WakuUa Coun Wakulla County, and ForWakulla Coun- :

..,. ty..In 1400.Chancery.No. State of FloridaIn ProbateIn ty. ,In In Chancery.No. acreage Farmers under who the 1966 diverted feed R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME

re the Estate of 1371.Municipal'. will soon be Licensed Embalmer & Funeral
Roston Warren Powell, Thomas Duncan Head, Printing Company, grain program Director
Plaintiff, corporation, able to graze this acreage
deceased.To Florida
Inc., a benefits Phone 697-3366
VI.Wilhelmlnia. Plaintiff, without losing program

L. Powell, All Whom It May Concern vs. Clayton Taff,chairman CARRABELLE
,
I COUNTY NEWS. .Defendant. Charles Shoaf, snd his unknown Agricultural Stabilization FLA.
.... ,. .. spouse
\ 1'eI.pholW A4 t MM1, State of Florida Toi Florence Head has filed her Defendant. Committee, has an-

WiUielminia L. Powell, final report as Executrix of the NOTICE OF SUIT nounced.The SERVING WAIULLP COUNTY
General estate of Thomas Duncan Head, chairman said that
Delivery,
STATEOF
deceased that she filed has IN THE NAME OF THE
ition for final discharge, and FLORIDA:
15
You are hereby notified that a that she will apply to the Hon- TOt Charles Shoaf, whose last grazing will be October -
complaint for divorce has been orable George L. Harper, Coun- known address was c/c marking the end of the six .

filed against you in the Circuit ty Judge Wakulla County,Flor- YMCA, Central Branch, month period during which "I

1 J. D. HARVEY . .. EDITOR Court of Wakulla County, Flo- ida, on the 28th day of October, San Antonio, Texas, and to the no-grazing provisionwas
rida,In Chancery.You are here- 1966, for approval of same and the Unknown Spouse, if in effect under the diversion -
by required to file (personallyor 1
for final discharge as Executrixof Charles Shoa f
at CrtwfordvilU, Florida by attorney) with the Clerk of the of any, address ii programs.
Cntortd: estate Thomas Duncan whose last known stressed how-
a. eec ond close matter. Subacrip- said Court, and send a copy of Head, deceased, on this Jrd unknown. Mr. Taff .
-Jon rate: $3.00 per y ear. the same to the attorney for day of September, 1966. NOTIFIED ever, that thlsprojom : MewOpportunity
plaintiff, your written defenses, YOU ARE HEREBY laxation regarding use of a
if any, to the complaint In said Itl A. L. Porter that an amended complaint executedby to the acreage applies only to

cause, on or before October 31, Executrix of the estate of foreclose a mortgage grazing the acres diverted
1966. Herein fail not or Judg- Thomas Duncan Head, Ceorge R. Langford and Mar under the
If 'ou t.Jeed his wife Harold from production
,
ment by default will be enter- deceased. ian L. Langford
ed against Brown and Betty Brown, his annual commodity pro- $

Office Supplies WITNESS you.my hand and the seal 929,106,13,20.IN wife, and Wallace C. Martin gram. Hay on such a-
Office Furniture. of said Court at Crawfordvllle, and Mildred W. Martin, his creages still may not be

Business Machines Wakulla County, Florida, this wife to Lillian M. Kirch, andassigned harvested.
0 Bee or Call 26th day of September, 1966. to the plaintiff, on the Land diverted under the

(official seal) THE CIRCUIT COURT OF following described property, Conservation Reserve _-

RANEY WHALEYat /5Moody Pearce THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIR- to-witt Program may not be graz-
and
atCAPITAL Moody Pearce CUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND Lots numbered five "(5)) ed or harvested throughthe
FOR WAKULLA COUNTY. IN ten ((10)) in Block "D of the
OFFICES Clerk Circuit Court Floe whole year.Wakulla .
Town of Crawfordville, I
i CO. Wakulla County, FloridaJ. County farms
EQUIPMENT CHANCERY.No.
1399 rida, as shown by map or
H. HudsonP. plat thereof of record on page participating In the 1966 _

1JEFnR&N O. Box 66Crawfordville Donald Lorrain WALKER, 572 of Deed Book "C"L "D" commodity diversion pro- SPECIAL iiii.'S.

223 S. ADSMSTALLAHASSEE Florida Plaintiff, of the public records of Wa- grams number about 41.
'FLORIDA Attorney for Plaintiff Vs. kulla County, Florida.AlSO, Approxlnr tely 1,171 acres

9/29._ Sarah Elizabeth WALKER, the following personal property are diverted from the pro- .
1 to-wit: 1 model 8
Defendant. duction of surplus
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHESECOND linotype machine bearing cropcunder
annual
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I the programs.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION serial number 49461r, one
OF FLORIDA, IN AND 15 Chandler and Price
x press
HENRY ;itlLLIAMS, FOR WAKULLA COUNTY. IN 1
with Kluge feeder, Pony
STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
REALTYReg. CHANCERY.No. Sara Elizabeth Walker Miehle Cylinder Press, 1 NOTICE!

3413 Commercial Street Miller saw trimmer #3811. REGULAR ACCOUNTS
._ San Antonio, Texas. 1 Liberty folder #A7136, i The ASC Office will be

addressograph machine closed next Tuesday, Wednesday -
Real Estate Broker Ceraldine Walter
Plaintiff, You are hereby notified that a #117618, 1 file cabinet, 1 and Thursday. The

St. Marks Fla. ,DIVORCEvs. complaint for divorce has been double type rack, all type, office manager and the

Phone 741 filed against you in the Circuit linotype metal and Incidental county committee will be
Court of Wakulla flor- composing stones reglets,
County, their annual
K. Salter
.Harris attending con-
ida, in Chancery. You are here lead, ink and paper, one 26
a REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES Defendant. to file Inch paper cutter, 1 desk, 1 ference, which is being
by required (personally or
held In Daytona Beach this
L. C. Smith typewriter, 1
by ) with the Clerk of
attorney
Y Associate: NOTICE TO APPEAR said Court, and send a copy of cut off saw and all other e- year. The office will be
quipment and supplies now open on Friday. LEON
W. M. Hatcher Sr. STATE OF FLORIDA TO the same to the attorney for
used in the of the
plaintiff, written defenses, operation
your
Phone W% Harris K. Salter, 2259'NorthMain
6-3201 Wakulla County News. Also
if the said
Street any, to complaint in
Springfield, Mo.
2 gas tanks, 2 gas heaters,
cause, on or before October
You are notified that
hereby a
DAVE HAMRICK one window fan, allnewspaper -
suit for divorce ha been brought 31, 1966. Herein fail not or
files in the office and
-.I- ,** INSURANCE AGENCY against you by Geraldine Salter, judgement default will be entered the subscription list to the ,
In the Circuit Court of Wakulla against you.
WITNESS my hand and the seal Wakulla County News FEDERAL SAVINGSTALLAHASSEE
County Florida and
you are
has been filed against and
of said Court Crawfordville you
AUTOMOBILE at ,
.) hereby required to file with the
you are required to file
Wakulla County, Florida, this yourans-
I BONDS Clerk of the Circuit Court of said
wtt other
21st of 1966. or pleadings to the
day September,
County your written defenses, If complaint with the Clerk of the
CASUALTY any, in raid suit and to serve a Official Seal above styled court, and serve a
MARINE copy of same on A. L. Porter, ( ) copy thereof on the plaintiff'i I

Crawfordville, Florida on or Moody Pearce attorney, Edw. J. Hill, 107 .rHREE 'coNvf N/f/ wr OffICESI.
FIRE before the 31st day of October, -
Moor
Midyette Building, Tallahassee
.. A. D. 1966. Clerk Circuit Court,
Herein fail
not or a Florida
not later that
Wakulla FloridaJ.
877-3108 County,
PHONE decree pro confesso will be entered the 7th day of November, A.D.

1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 WITNESS against you.the Honorable H. HUDSON 1966, and that if you fail to do
W. P.O. BOX 66Crawfordv1l1e so a decree pro confesso will be
TALLAHASSEE., t..... May Walker, one of the judgesof Fla. entered against you for the relief
said court and the seal there-
demanded in the
complaint.
for Plaintiff.
of, at Crawfordville, Florida, Attorney This notice shall be publishedonce
t
TERRY HARRIS thif23id day of 9/29,10/6,13,20.
September, A. a week for four consecutive
D. 1966. weeks in the Wakulla County
:1 Noose. firing. & (seal) News, a newspaper in Wakulla .Y
Appliance.Repair /Moody Pearce County, Florida.
Clerk of Circuit Court, DONE and ORDERED Craw-
: AlsojklectrtcianketsRoute>> ; Wakulla County, Florida. SOPCHOPPYHIGH fordville, Wakulla County, flo-

r I 929,106,13,20.FOR rida, this 30th day of September
1966.
SCHOOL
.. 1, Box 34 -'
Sopchoppy Flor/ila SALE:'Must Bell my Ill Moody Pearce

:0. ToneO-ZF..E home, have lowered my HOMECOMING FISH FRY Clerk of the Circuit Court
? price $1000. Call Mrs. Edw. J. Hill

Bobby Russ at W A65141after Attorney at Law
'? FOR SALE: 1 Norgecircu six.LOSE OCTOBER '14 1966 107 Midyette Moor Building OCTOBERAVING

I plating heater $15.00. Hull Tallahassee, Florida Lot # 1 1--327
N. Adams
5 P.M. TILLSPONSORED Attorney for Plaintiff
size G.E. Rangeexcellent, WEIGHT safely with 4tc106.: 13.20.27.LINOTYPE Phone 224-3211 $ $!
$65.00, 1 1956 Black Cadillac Dex-A-Dlet Tablets. Only

: 'Jam Up', $495.00. P. -SSiLat. Wakulla Phrma: y, By 1964 Chevrolet $1895
I
O. Box $115, Crawford- OPERATORS Moor Impala
Super Sport BOTH LOTS OPEN TILL T:00 Pit
,
,.; vllle, Fla. Ph WA6-3944. ADVERTISING JUNIOR CLASS wanted In Florida for per- radio duon.d beater power automatic brakes. air taran. rOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
00llt
I DOESN'T manent employment by outstanding 196'5 ; Famous OK Quality

20.000 circulation Corvair $1095 1-Year G-W Warranty
COST evening daily owned by well "jo* M."". iPMd tranamla.
IT III! known newspaper and magazine ::-owner radio, heater. A .01,,,, LONG TRADES-

j. .... PAYS group. Clean University 1965 Chevrolet. $1495 EASY TERMS. _
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Tallahassee city with excellent tk-ton ekup. CIa":
Business firms I' one own'l'
:, schools, wonderful climate 1964 ford. $1287
IH : and good working condtI J door Mdu. Custom standard
i'I ions. Many employee benefits '

DIRECTORYNKE I, including retirement 1963 Ford . $987 OKUSED 2-1414"
Lot
Ii d door # .
plan, liberal sick leave, mate vi radio beater, auto. -
traNlml..lon,
Nlo' oar, Ph. 222-5656
and
: hospitalization paid vacations. on ..

Open Shop. Stan 1961 Falconmile.. $43 CARS 1964 Monza $U87
'fESE ADVERTISERS. work immediately at $118 J door with standard Ih1tt. 1 door sedan with 4 speed tram
per week. Call collect 1962 Rambler. $487 BACKED minion radio 4114 btater
George Doyle,Sun,Calnesrllle Stau.. wagon 4 cow. el..n BYALFORDS 1964 Ford . $1387

'- F R M wa< I hone, Florida.378-1411.Area 90.4, 1960 PIa VP Ford, VI ti.toa, ..on.OWlllr.$687 VS alon.heater 4 door and Station standard Wafon.trln radio. -,

D. I. GRAMLING 3tc1013.20.27.WISH '1963 Fcrd $887t
.lh' FEEDS D ;r 42 YEARS cylinder with' radio heater
i I, 1 & CO. I'D SAID! utomatla tranimlialon.: 4 door

I OF SERVICE 1963 Sta. Wgn. $1087
h1
i ; ';v.. Flint River Mills I! One-Stop Service! for THAT -. CHEVROLET: 4 door WlI A*
FeedSeedFertilizePoultry .Conditioner, radio *
; 2015 IIl1lef4B7
a Monroe
877-1153 I 1 1961
Supplies Comet .
F-R-IC Ranch ft Garden Center I 4 door with h.it.; and standard
Garden Tools trlnlmh.lon.
;. ; 826 V. Gaines 224-7197 I AlfORD 1962 Pick-Up.$787
'I So. Admit S.A.L.R.R.'BakerAlford .
; at "By the time af number
"r" a man can Chevrolet %.Ion; stock! I
'" I Crowing ford to lose a golf ball, he hat T13WA.

1 '!, Co. I I. Light WiigKt u ttd.RJ4,. Phone 0324112 lost his ability to knock it that 1956 CMC . $537
Home" 1 Ton whaal hue va4good
Tki Pa.fs Concrete Block loaf
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f far. Joe Harrison, The Texas I tin.
1 for
auto, truck
Anything your
Hanson Wood and (Dickens County) Spur.
"or tractor. Also tor your power PLENTY MORE
o. ; ;lawnmower, and much for your lloel Ind.,Inc. "If you can't stand criticism CHEVROLET
I r boat. S. Adam St. at 4PoinUTel. you're not worthy of praise."
: I e,208 U.Adams St. Ph. 222-3340 222-6840 P. O. Box 661 -Martha S. Wilder,The Coch- CIl

0:,i : ran (Georgia) Journal.

I "This would be a better worlc

r-. if all men showed as much

I .t '. Yaeger, i.nc Little Folks Store, patience all the time as they
f" I ._'. xInturatut. Inc. do when waiting for a fish to 2 LOTS TO-SERVE
i i lott
f --aa? ?
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Ce;. I 1' '' end Bond Majors for Minors" water (N. J.) Bergen Citizen. --:U14 S, MOnR E
Toy,
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Bas
p. '1214 IL idarns/ st. T.I. 222..88 !y Aeetnoriti S knows it is one thing to be wed
Pas N. Monroe St.. Ph.222-1U6 YQV1NEAYEmR
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THE IAKULLA COUNTY NEWS THURSDAY
OCTOBER 13, 1968 Congratulations to Dr. majority by Lanark Village ;
SOPCHOPPY NEWS
and Mrs. William Northon people.
OCTOBER 3 BY Louise C. Sapp their wedding anniversary Mr. James Wilson of Ft.
1966
Walton Beach visited a
Mrs. Willie Mae Porter
The Board few days with her father
or'County Commissioners of Wakulla spent last weekend visiting .
met this date In The Florida State Fox Fred Becton and Doug .
County Crawfordvllle her daughter and family,
with all members
Annual
Association Strickland and
present: Moody pearce, clerk, W. R. faff Sheriff. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Strick- Hunters will begin Tues- family.
The minutes of the last meeting were read and ap- land, who live in Panama October Hunt 18.
proved.The City. day,

lows Board prepared Circuity Court jury lists as fol- d Mrs Mr.-and Mrs. L. C..Sapp CRAWFORDVILLESCHOOL MENU
: Mr. transacted business in
Green and family from
Roland H. Alford, Arlington D Tallahassee Gainesville Sunday and on Monday. October 17
Alford, R. P. Oliver, spent Sunday their home they visited
jimmy 0. Helms Maurice L, Barron evening with the Wesley way Hot DogsSlaw
J. O. Pope, Mallory old friends, Dr. and Mrs.P. .
ives Parrish Daniel G. Cameron blab. Smith Family.
Sessions, D. Weeks in High Potato Salad
Silas 0. Raker L. H. Franklin, jim Ward.Eugene j Mr. Sapp was
Weatherington, Alford W. Huff, I. A. Adams Frank R: Mr. andMrs. Delton( Col- Springs.Chief of Police and deputy Bartlet PearsBreadButter t
Rabaneau W. W. Mock, Sr., Robert Ponder Herman vin are the proud parentsof sheriff in Alachua Countyfor Milk
Lee Langston, William L. Moore. John 0. Coleman a son, Devyne' Fulton twelve
Gene Evans Miller, T. J. Posey, E. L. Glover, Colvin, who was born in years.
uesda October 18
Harold T. Blount, M. J. Roberts, cernard Gowdy the Tallahassee Memorial Stcvle Revell and
Mrs.
Ernest Cutchin, Grover C. Whaley James K. Green: Hospital, Sunday morning, Renee and Monty Smoked Sausage I
children Buttered CornCabbageCarrot
James L. Franklin James C. Beggs,William B.'Hudson'William October 9, and weighed 8 were the weekend guests of Salad n
A. Lynn Cecil Ott Carraway pounds and 13 ounces. Del-
Lannie G. Math- Mrs. Revell's sister, Mr. Jello W/ Fruit I.
ersW. G. Moore Asa B. Green Maurice Raker,ElmerE. ton Colvin, a soldier with and Mrs. Francis Zorn in RollsButterMilk R
oliver Gilbert Gowdy Joseph E. Stokley, A.L. Pope the U. S. Army and is stationed Jacksonville. Mr. andMrs. r ;t

Carl G. Gowdy. James W. Stokley, Charles C. Sheilds at Columbia, S. C., Zorn are the proud parentsof I
Hayward H. Harvey, Larry W. Strickland arrived in Tallahassee by
EarlH Webster a son, Francis Lamar Wednesday. October 19
Rose L. Linzy, Charles H.carter.ciarenceL. Allen plane Sunday afternoon to Zorn, Jr., born Saturday, Hamburger Steaks
be with his wife and
Grady Mathers, Cullen Duggar, Cunis Lee Benton son. October 1, weighed 9 lbs. Steamed Rice
Gale Levey Mathers, William c. Laird, Amos Green 10 oz. The Zorns have one Spinach
Lionel W. Pearce. John B. Miller Richard L. Gowdy, During the regular meet- other son, Michael, age 4, Peaches a T
T. D. Sparkman.! L.Strickland! Barrie Glover,Mose Ing of the Sopchoppy Lions who has recently visited BreadButterMilk

Strickland, Clarence S. Alligood, Lester Harrell, Wil- Club, Monday October 3, with his aunt and uncle,Mr.
liam D. Snyder, Charles Barwick jr.john A. Miller, Lion Raymcnd Revell was and Mrs. Stevie Revell. '\ Li
John E. Whiddon, Jr.,Jerry D. Council, FlaveYMathers, presented a gold pin from Thursday. October 20
Joseph C. Duggar, Jr., Sanford Cook, FordMcCallister, the club for his many yearsof Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Spaghetti:
E. Russ, John S. Ferrell, carl continued service in the
George Stokley, Aus- Langston of Huntsville, Alabama Meat Sauce "
tin H. Lambert James M. High, jimmy Spears, JosephM. organization and being the spent the weekend Turnip Greens
Ladd, Daniel B. Knight Eugene Tucker Otis Lee only charter member to remain with his parents, Mr. and Fruit Cocktail j

Langston, George H. Moore, James Wesley Cooper, active throughout the Mrs. Amos Langston. Cornbread : 11'i J a)
Robert P. Miller, Russell V. Martin, Thomas George club. Honored guests was Butter I
Core, Carl E. Anthony,Ralph E. OHverNeltonjernigan, Wakulla County Sheriff Bill Mrs. Archie Jones of Milk
Goodill Calvin Amos Pearce Samuel Taft. Nearing the end of
J. S. Rutherford, Jacksonville Is spendingthis
Charles E. Deal, Glover E. Raker, Bennie'H. Rogers, the Community birthday week with her mother, Friday October 21
Henry P. Glddens, Ellis R. Tucker, Raymond Brown, Calendar, receipts seem to Mrs. Alcona Berry Fish Steaks Farm Veterans
Alex A. Hobbs, Carlton C. Whaley, Hugh D. Langdale, be running higher than last Catsup

Kenneth R.Mock,Melvin Dugger,H. 0. Carter, Calvin c. year. The Rev. Jesse Baker Green Peas I
Cargal, R. H. carter Jr.,James P.Jones,Denzil Gray, -- attended Methodist Pastors Cole Slaw

Thermon Artance Raker, A. J.McLaughlin, RaymondL. Mrs.her Robert brother McCauleyand School In Leesburg, Fla., BrowniesBreadButter Picked !In WakullaSOPCHOPPY
Graham, Willie J. Spears. Ira Whaley.Sam Revell,JohnA. Larry last week. While there,
vicers, Charles Barwick, Cecil Nichols, w. D. Bow- Harden of Albany, Ga., Bishop assigned him to a Milk

en, Lonnie J. Raker, Raymond Glllespie, Fulton Colvin, were the weekend guests of church In Miami, Fla. It
their parents,Mr. and Mrs. Real vet- Much like the majority of
Robert Strickland, Freeman Pigott, Del ton M. Colvin, Is a promotion for Rev.
Heddy Harden. Larry is attending erans in farming are Mr. and other outstanding farm families -
Cain J. Spears, Eddie Ouigg. R. J. Eubanks, Albert Wor- college at a vocat- Baker, but he will be great Mri. Bert Roddenberry of in the area, Roddenberry
rell, Willie D. Reynolds, Frank R. Mathers, Homer T. ional school in Albany. ly missed in the Crawford- Route 1 Sopchoppy, selected says the business is one which
Adams, Frank Revell, R.M. Spears, Sr., George A. vllle and Sopchoppy com- u Wakulla County's Outstanding demands an average ten hoursof
Creech, Jr., Laurice Roberts,R.L.White,John H. Dan- Mrs. Carrie Ashmore munities. Both Jess and Farm Family of the year. work per day. 'In spare
iel, Tlllman G. Rudd, Harold Amundson,George S.Gibbs, attended a family together Fay" were ardent workers x The Roddenberryi are sec. hours, he says his favorite
Wilmer Strickland, Alfred G. Miller, E. G.Hammick,D. Saturday and get Sun- with the youth of the generation farmers and recreation is fishing and he

L. Strickland, Merle McAlpin, Aubrey w,Lawhon, Clax- day at the home of her sister churches, as well as con- ban managed their 382-acre also is active in the Methodist
ton vause Sr. Paul R. Strickland Albert L. Moore, siderate of the older .
Mrs. W. H. Clark in peo- farm here for 42 years. Both Brotherhood.Mrs.
James H. Burge, Roger V. Strickland, Diedrick Naz- Tallahassee. Most of them ple. The Baker family left Roddenberry and his wife, Roddenberry takes an
worth RobertM. Porter afternoon for Mis- \ :/ Cora natives of Wakulla active in the Women's
joe B. Corley, Ernest Spears, came as far as North Sunday \ / are part
Sealy Crum, parley M. Alford, Hardy C.Revell,Horace Carolina and away they attendedthe sissippi, where they will "Folks who know least seem County and both claim they Society of Christian Serviceat
Wilson, Albert M. Bevis, Henry W. smith Jr., Clinton FSU and University of visit Mrs. Baker's parents, to know it fluently!" are "telf-educated. the Methodist church.
McKenzie, V. L. Cooper, George W. Tully Clyde R. Florida football held and Rev. Baker will againact Their current farming operations Their five children all
Kyle, Owen R. council George R. Walker, Frank L. in Tallahassee game, as Youth Counselor for includes corn and grown and married include
Jones Donald J. Currie, Wright Alexander, Jr., Amos the yearly camp meeting sugar cane as principal crops, Mrs. C. F. (Lena) Glass,
Langston, John H. Daniel, Jr., Elisha M. Glover, Lowa Mrs. Clara .NorwIch held there.They will return ll- with watermelons and truck Mrs. T. C. (Blanche) Bran-
the 16th and leave farming on a smaller scale. Den, Mrs. Helen R. Michel,
Mathers, S. B. Forbes, Jr., Woodrow W. Porter, D. W. mother of Mrs. Lawrence Sunday -::::
They also ban five dairy cattle Mrs. Smith (Eloise) Laws,
Harrell, Randall Griffis, George D. Roberts, Perry Harris for Miami the 18th. Rev.
Roberts! and three daugh- 40 hogs and a horse. and Mrs. E. M. (Mary) Spi-
Robert and Mrs. Thomas and 17
Stevens D.
James M. Hammick, Raymond K. ,
ters Tina Cathy and Tam CQ
The Roddenberry nelli. All
79-year-old college
are gradu
old of Jackson-
Barwick Harlan F. Moore, William C. Smith, Jr., month son
her nice Patricia
my, 6 who bandies most of his
James Herman Metcalf,John K.Moore,George W. Crum ville will move Into the 6aheBilde ates.The
Graves, were recent guests 19th. farming work with a tractor, 13 Outstanding Farm
Alton Oaks, Harry Pelt, Purvis Carraway, George W. parsonage the
of Mrs. John M. Roberts. I have given thee a wise and says the shortage of farm Families selected from counties -
Robinson, jack pearce, Jr., W1l1ard K. Durrance,Nathan -
labor is his biggest current in the Big Bend will be
heart.
Thompson, John R. Spears, Homer Harvey, Earl C. Happy Birthday to Judy Mrs. Carrie Ashmore an understanding problem. The need for field honored guests Oct. 28 at the
Vause vernon C. Thomas, John Stephen Pigott, Arlie P. spent the weekend In Tal- -(Kings 3:12)
Nichols, Allen Davis, Ron- hands is acute, be says. annual Farm Family Banquet
Robinson Cleo Leroy Townsend, Elmo White. Steve A. lahassee with her daughter In our daily associationwith .
ny Kilgore, Jo Ann Dur- He insists, however, that sponsored by the North Florid
Edwards, Aaron Wigginton, Herman D. Barton, Native rant, Delma Roberts,Kathy and family. people, we should remember farm life has distinct advantages Fair Association and the Tal
Thompson, Jessie H. Phillips, Gillie T. Barwick, Wil- Whetstone, Luther Kilgore, that we play an important over city life, particularly lahassee Democrat.The .
liam A. Paupp, Martin L. Forbes, George C. Metcalf, Jr., Myron Hodge, John G. Mrs. Florida Roberts part on whether our because it Is "less expensive banquet is sponsoredIn
R. J. Eubanks, William Robert Gray, Clayton Oaks,Noah Lawhon, Janice Vause, and Mrs. Norma Rudd accompanied relationship be disagreeableand ." He reports be produces conjunction with the North
Posey, Harry S. Smith, Thomas E. Reynolds, James W. Glen Henry Ringo, BeverlyT. Mr. and Mrs. unpleasant or happy and 90 per cent of the family's Florida Fair, which will open
Pope, Lee Nell Spears, W. S. Schley, Amos D. Rodden- Roberts,Sally Robinson, Ralph.Brown to the Panacea harmonious. God has put food supply on the farm. He Oct. 25 and run through Oct.
berry, Ernest A. Willis, Durwood Vause, Franklin T. O.H. Carraway and Louise Woman's Club monthly within our heart all the love markets most of his goods 29 at the Tallahassee Fair-
Roberts, Ottis Carraway, William B. Witt, Louie Ray- supper, on last Saturday and understanding to heal locally. grounds.
Braren.
mond Revell, Franklin R. Roberts, jackSanders, Archie evening. These suppers are difficult situations and harmonize
Mccallister William J. Redfern, Preston Trice,T.L. well attended, the greater our associations.

Stokley, Burle Vaughn, Griffin O. Willis,Warren Crum,
Clinton Rufus Dallas John M. Price 1 r
Pigott, Crum, Gray, ,
Clyde Cornett, Theo Rudd, Otto Revell, David Dunlap,
. John c. Rudd, Delbert L. Roberts,James H. Brinson, 0.
C. Dunlap, George R. Strickland Reddick Langston,
Monroe A. Thompson, Glenny Bonner, Frank M. Law-
hon, Lloyd Crum, Henry J. Crum, Sidney Hodge, Andrew -
j. Langston, R. P. McKenzie, Larry W. Hardin,
J. C. Kyle, jr., William Harrell, William C. Hardin,
Thomas H. Kemp, James M. Lawhon, John W. Dalton,
Myron B. Hodge John C. Hoard. Pc.STDN0

Motion by Mr. Young and seconded by Mr. Davis and
carried that the clerical salaries In the following offices -
be set at $300.00 per month for each of the follow-

ing offices: County Judge, $300.00.Tax Collector $300.-
00 1966.and Tax Assessor $300.00. CommencingOctoter 1st,


Motion by Mr. Young, seconded by Mr.Davis and car-
ried that the title of Mrs. Duggers Job be changed to
secretary and bookkeeper to the Board of County com-
missioners and that her salary be set at $300.00 per
month commencing October 1. 1966.
Motion by Mr. Young to adopt the mosquito control
budget in the amount of $38,844.35 was duly secondedand

carried. .
On the motion of Commissioner Walker and the secondof
Commissioner Young the 1966-67 budget was adopted HUNTING '
with the following additions and corrections. Civil Defense -
be raised to $2,000.00 and an Item for public
works Docks and Channels be added in the amounty of
2000.00
The Board approved the vouchers before them and
directed that warrants be Issued In payment therefor.
There being no further business coming to the atten-
tion of the Board the same was adjourned on the Motionof ,
Commissioner Young.


Attest: Moody Pearce Approved: Willard carter '


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FLORIDA GROWTH tIt1130 tits year. The com- THE I II
KAKULLA
FIRE PREVENTION WEtA I COUNTY NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1666
&.1.
POINTED OUT WITH pany Is a prime producerof i
CE"eJAIC PER CAPITA INCOME electromechanical hard Avoid a brush with the I

ware for aerospace and defense law when you burn your NEED PRINTING CALL THE NEWS
Florida's growth IB reflected Industries. brush this fall, advises the
SPECIALS FRL, SAT.; In per capita Income Their back-room boys Institute for Safer Living.
figures for last year released have their eyes on things All communities have laws
recently by the other than the sky how- concerning burning In the I
Florida State Chamber of ever. They recently revealed open air and It pays to
Commerce.The a revolutionary visual check first rather than pay LRID
1
SIMLETARY'SPEST state's per capita Information display.The later. STATEToday

CONTROL. . . . 69tt Income In 1965 was$2,423 instrument instantan- The pungent rubbish odor and of
CONTROLS ANTS, ROACHES fLYS AND RATS keeping Florida the top eously displays informa- burning grass,
state In the south. Total tion in numbers or lettersof leaves Is common during
THE FIRST 100 CUSTOMERS WILL state Income list year was any variety.Electro-Tec this season but many of thru Saturday Toaay thru Saturday
Just over $14 billion says its superior to con- these fires get beyond con- he
I RECEIVE A BOTTLE FREE. Florida s Industrial picture ventional neon gas tubes or trol, endangering lives and Star-Studded Advert SUPER DRAGON'lure
I continues bright as the closed circuit television.The destroying property run- of the Years
I FRESH GRADE A state heads Into the last giant Arvida Corp- ning into millions of dollars londes Brunettes Red-|
months of the year. The oration in Miami had good each year. ..MARCO THE [ cads, Murders, Smug-
new plants and expansions news for its shareholdersthe Burning over grass a- MAGNIFICENT! glers or Master Criminals
fRYERSLB. report to be released by the first of this month. It reas may be beneficial to I--- His fire could take them
i Florida Development Com- reported a net income for the fall clean up of your t--- With Anthony Quinn aU!11
mission this month will the first half of this yearof property, but the Institutefor
show ten new plants and $1,011,000 more than Safer Living of the A-
nine expansions announced twice the Income for the merican Mutual Liability .
since the last reporting first half of 1965. Insurance Company urges PARRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DJMYI-W
period. The company has land you to know how to do the OUTDOOR 01 WCOlnolllWY.
29 Topped by Great North- holdings in Dade County, a Job properly and safely before oday thru saturday
ern Paper Company's pro- residential developmenronBird you start. A telephonecall Today thru Saturday
jected new plant at Sneads Key near Sarasota and to the fire departmentwill .
with a value of $50-$60 many other properties, including provide you with the regory Peck-David Nive oger Perry --
million, the total value of tourist accomoda- necessary Information regarding Anthony Quinn Peggy Ann Garner]

these new plants or expansions tions. permits and assistance *
have a conserv- which the depart- THE GUNS OF THE CAT

ative value of over $58 ment may provide.The NAVARONE'Gregory I Peck-SophiaLoren I
million. WILDLIFE MANAGEMENTAREA
-BONE following pointers -
lB.79C On October 1, Rene STAMPA will help you keep on Plus feature at 10:15 p.m ARABESQUE"JWarren

Doods will open a new food wildlife managementarea friendly terms with your,
processing plant north of stamp is a little pieceof neighbors as well as the -AN EYE FOR AN EYE Beatty Leslie-
SWIFTS FROZEN Daytona Bach near the intersection gummed paper and will fire department: Robert Lansing __ Caron
of U.S. 1 and interstate cost a hunter $5.00 unlesshe --Pick a windless day Gloria. Talbot PROMISE
BEEF BURGERS. . 1 IBS..99tf' 95. The company is a resident over the for doing .he Job and take ANYTHING"HER.
has a special for the time to ade-
I PAL PEANUT BUTTER..2 LB..69tf process and age of sixty-five or under necessary the ..,<...,, ,. si- """,, ,
canning meats poultry the age of fifteen. If over quately prepare area ; 7\ f
GOLD CROSS which it claims is a break- sixty-five the stamp Is not before starting to burn. ,ir
through for that industry. required, if under fifteen, Rake all dry grass and
oW
EVA MJ.L.K . .2 CANS. .33tt Miamibased Eastern the stamp Is half price, or burnable trash away from
Airlines Is thinking big. 250. posts, wooden fences and
LUZIANNE The carrier just announceda According toW. B. Cope- buildings.Get .

\ INSTANT COFFEE. .6 OZ . 89tf $100 million credit arrangement land, chairman, Game and -- yourself a broom ; what's missing
to finance new Frjsh Water Fish Com- and a bucket of water tC'wet

I LOCAL CANE SYRUP. .t GAL. .89tt jet aircraft. The loan has a mission the wildlife man- it in and be sure you "
6 per cent price tag, but agement area stamp takes have a good water supply in this ?
SWEET POTATOES. . .2LBS..25tt that didn't deter the optim- the place of the older and available which can be used picture
ism of Eastern officials. better known wildlife man- to douse surrounding areasor
Eastman Kodak also area permit and knock down fires that get
''liE' SELL knows Florida is a leaderin wile the size Is smallerand too hot handle with a rakeor
trota the south. The film maker broom. Tank of .
more convenient, it water wrs wawesswssassasstrl
VjLERSI MON EY ORDERSSHOP broke ground In Coral continues to open the gatesto with several buckets or a 'f '''v:Jflw;h'.t ..
Gables September 1 on a more than three and one hose, with pressure at the

$250,000 building which half million acres of public nozzle, that is long enoughto bo" .. ,'tJ <.: :
will be a marketing and hunting. extend beyond the bound. ." (I ', r1l r'."
distribution office for the Hunters who plan to hunt aries of the area to be burn I 14, rI ','w,' ''::0)3 71m
LOCALLY AM SAVE Business Systems Markets on Florida's thirty-two dif- ed should be adequate.It ,: 11 t'p'N'J', ,.;,' :1.1f'r
Division. on Florida's thirty-two -- is always a good ide,
PIGOTT.'S Electro Tec Corporation wildlife management areas to have other adults stand-
: STORE In Ormond Beach recorded must first obtain a man- Ing by to lend a hand if 4 k
MEDART a 21 per cent Increase agement area stamp which neer'ed. Control the spreadof <.. .
in sales during their must be attached to their the fire by beating down !Iei/lrw.saaaaesrseswsil
fiscal year which ended A- hunting License. The hunter the advancing flames and
I I I must also sign his name a- never permit yourself to
cross the face of the stampin become entrapped by '0,
ink before the stamp Is flames. Stay out of dens'
valid. f
smoke.Never
Is for leave a fire unattended i'
One stamp good
the benefits ofcomputer
Enjoy
most wildlife managementareas. and keep chlldrei A dryer! .
Exceptions are: Eg- out of the burn area. Whet You know how much time
lin Military Reservation the burn is completed, wei and work washer
.. which requires a specialAir down the section. Make your j,
Force Permit and the sure that the fire is extinguished saves you. A flameless
quail hunts on the CecilM. and that the area electric dryer does t
and Webb and Citrus Wildlife is cooled. t;
accuracy electronic banking. Management Areas. --Fires are serious business just as much. Isn't it i

The Webb area located in and burning off an time to completeyour
Charlotte County requiresa area is a serious respon
j
j $5.00 daily permit for sibility. Treat It as such. home laundry? ;

,I quail hunting; a regular Tackle the Job seriously, Do it before Nov. 30

I .- stamp is required for all recognize its hazards, and and if you're of a.
one our
\.4 bey all local ordinances
other hunting. The Citrus

,t: area located in Citrus and give full attention to customers, we'll guarantee :'
' i4."I' County requires a $2.00 doing the Job safely by you'll love it-and
r dally permit for quail hunt- complying with safety rules
Ing. Gun hunting on the Citrus and observing sound pro- give you a Sunbeam ':
! g t area requires the reg- cedure.
ular stamp plus a special KITCHEN CLOCK PREEI
t permit to be selected by a IiI

drawing at Tallahassee. I ,
Woric/a's Copeland reminded hunt vlmmm raglmmrF
ers that they should attach
the stamp to their licenseas GOSPEL SINGFEATURING 61 II N ,4 to

t "4 I Qfhe soon as possible as no

I ',.. provisions are made for
duplicate stamps, and if the 2 8 '4 r0
THE JACKSON TRIOOF
I' stamp is lost the hunter will ? 6 5 i,

I: ,. &11L be required to purchase a Qf5GI!
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' new one. Hunters are also
required to obtain a migratory -
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waterfowl stamp from Save time any time .
a U.S. Post Office before ATBEULAH I
hunting ducks and geese. Dry your clothes electrically 1'1
Wildlife Management A- CHURCHCRAVFORDVILLE.
rea stamps, hunting and 'round the clock! :'
s-c fishing licenses are avail- FLA. '
.. able at the offices of all :
County Judges or their OCTOBER 14 1966 .. ,
authorized license agents. 7:30 P.M. .

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