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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 20, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 49 NUMBER 7 CRAWFORDVILLE FLORIDA 32327 THURSDAY OCTOBER 20 1966 PRICE tOt ,PER COPY


ACCREDITATION SOUGHT FOR WAKULLA CRAWFORDVILLE I MR. JOHN MITCHUM

COUNTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOLSBy VETERANS' NEWS PERSONALS RESIGNS AS C.H.S.

Ralph Martin Nearly 64,000 veterans' Mr. and Mrs. Allen Harvey BAND DIRECTORMr.
and members of the Armed
The Wakulla County Board of Public Instruction votedon Forces attended schools of Panama City spent John Mitchum, Band

July 18, 1966 to apply to the Southern Association ol and colleges this summer the weekend here and visitinghis Mrs. Director at Crawfordville

Colleges and Schools for accreditation of all elementary under the new GI Bill,M.T. parents Mr. High School has been

schools in the county. This would include the Buckhornand Dixon, Director of the Fla. Hayward Harvey._ forced to resign from his r ;4r

St. Marks schools and grades one through six of Dept. of Veterans Affairs, Ay smith position due to physical
schools in Shadeville. Crawfordville and Sopchoppy.The revealed today. Sgt. May disability.r. Mitchum had r 'r
-- -- jr., and family of Tampa, injured his back several
first step toward The attendance figures visited the Ellsworth Har- weeks and his doctor
full accreditation of an elementary MRS. BERNARD WILSON were broken down in this the weekend ago
vey family over advised him that a lengthy
school Is HONORED AT DINNER manner. Veterans attend-
to engage -
Smith is being
of
Sgt. period rest was manda- 1ii'g
In projects for school Mrs. Bernard Wilson ing colleges and universities transferred to Africa next
on a continu- 53,950; servicemen tory.Mr.
improvement honored with month.
was a going- Mitchum came to C.
ing basis. This Involvesthe away dinner at the Oaks attending colleges and universities H. S. from North Carolinaand r

faculty of each schoolin Restaurant in Panacea on 900; veterans attending Mr. and Mrs. Charles had continued in the ;

choosing some problemto Thursday evening. below college level Miller celebrated their tradition of making the C.

study and work on dur- The dinner was given by schools, 8,959 servicemen 15th wedding anniversary H. S. band an outstandingone. I ,;

ing the current year. These the Gleanner's ,Class of attending below college level Sunday, October 16th, at .

problems can range from the First Baptist Church. schools, 75. their home. Family and Mr. Whaley and Mr.
identifying the overall pur- friends Almost a quarter of a friends attended the Fish Mathis
Many turned out are seeking a Bandmaster -
poses of the school to Interpreting for the occasion. They pre- million veterans and ser- Fry given by his parents. and are hoping that

the school pro- sented Mrs. Wilson with a vicemen are expected to Mr. and Mrs. David Col this position can be filled I

gram to the community.This linen tablecloth as a going- be enrolled in schools and lings of Madison, Florida in the near future.
first step was com- colleges during the present visited here last weekend.Mr. .
away gift.
pleted on October 11. it The Bernard Wilson fall semester. Peak attend- Collings was at one
h\ta! five plans for School ance is expected in April rji
family is moving to Madi- time the Band Director at NORTH FLORIDA FAIR
1967 when 459,000 are expected
improvement" are approved son, Florida. be C.H.S. It was good to have OPENS IN TALLAHASSEE
to enrolled.
by the Southern Asso- him back. He directed the

ciation's State Elementary band on one number at the More than 100,000 Big

Committee, each school game last Friday night. He Bend residents are expected -
will be given a certificateof SOPCHOPPY HOMECOMING HELD is now the Band Director at to visit the North

affiliation -- an inter- Sopchoppy High School held it's Homecoming last adison High School. Florida Fair which opens

mediate step to accredita- Friday night. The festivities started with the Fish Fry at next week at the Tallahassee -

tion.The schools In the countyare 500 p.m. that was sponsored by the Junior Class. The JUNIOR I DIVISION I Fair Fair time Grounds.is from 10:00 'J!,
show the grad-
Band presented a pre-game featuring
ENTRIES WANTED
now accredited by the
a.m. until midnight daily,
uates from the classes from 1923 to 1966. The first four
State of Florida, and application fP
Friday.
for accreditationof classes, 1928 thru 1931 were given special recognitionas Students In all Big Bent Tuesday through
football field In convertibles. The Gates open at 8 a.m. on Saturday -
they rode around the schools have been urged to
high schools by the Wednesday and Sat- MISS OAKS WEDS MR. GAISSERT
other classes were a standing ovation. their hobbies and
Southern Association mightbe h ......._ given... enter urday are student days with
. undertaken next year. /it the:: naucim.-1: me :SOp- WAKULLA NEWS handcrafts in the Junior free admission from 12 Miss Sally janice Oaks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.W. .

The Southern: Association : choppy High School Homecoming Division of the North Flor- noon until 6 p.m on Wed- W. Oaks of Crawfordville, became the bride of Wil-

of colleges and Queen and her court Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mea- ida Fair this month. nesday and 8 a.m. until ton G. Gaissert on September 24 at the First Baptist

Schools, which has been accrediting were presented. The Queen dor were weekend visitors Letters have been mailedto noon Saturday. Reduce Church in Crawfordville. The Rev. S. A. Coxwell per-

elementary was Pauline Re veil. Each with relatives and friends teachers throughout the rates OP concession sales formed the double ring ceremony. I

schools for only five years, class was represented !>/ In Orlando, Florida. Big Bend area sollcitlLg; and midway rides are the Thu. rolJt.l is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Gais-

has requirements which! a member in the Court.The student entries. Mrs. Her- special feature of student sert ol sparta, Georgia..
Senior Clus was: Miss Barbara Jernigan, man Barnhart, chairmanof
are generally higher than repre- Mrs. Betty Greer, sisterof
days.Gooding's
sented by Miss Wanda a studeu- at Florida state the Junior Division said.
the Florida State Depart- Cox; "Million Dol- the bride was matron- SEAFOOD FESTIVAL
ment of Education require- Junior Class by Miss Ron- University, was home for There will be cash prizesIn lar Midway" will of-honor. Miss Pat Gen-
da Burnett the weekend.Mr. all classes and com- again pro- Searching for a way tc
SophomoreClass ,
ments. The Board feels that vide the carnival of fun for dreau of Morganton, N. C.
by Miss Lila Nichols petition will be judged according cool the sickrooms of his
this is an Important step ; fair A 150-truck was maidofhonor.The .
toward improving the qual- and the Freshman Class by Jerry Core, a student to the following age goers.will bring a wide ushers were Daniel patients burning with fever

ity of each of the five elementary Miss Carolyn Nichols. at the Junior Collegein groups; Grades 1-6, grades caravan of sideshows, oddit- Green and Don Oaks. Dr. John Gorrie Apalach-
array
schools InWakulla After the game the Alumni Madison, Florida, was 7-9, and grades 10-12. ies and sensational rides A reception was given for icola physician Invented
County. Association held a reunion home for the weekend. Areas of competition include them by the bride's parents artificial air cooling in
In the school arts crafts collec- galore. 1845. Later he developedan
cafeteria the widest gal- following the ceremony, at
The Junior Class catered Many of the Wakulla folks tions (stamps, insects, Featuring the Crawford'/1lleWoman's Ice-making machine

M. L. ROBERTS the party and also attended the Baptist Associational -. rocks, shells, etc.), sew- axy of by rides a travellingshow ever assembled Club. based on his original in-

planned the entertainment.The meeting held a, ing crocheting and knitting. Hostesses for the recep- vention.A .
will include
Texas ---- the Midway -
Galveston --
,
music the Woodville Articles for the scale model of Dr.Gorrie's .
ranged from the First Baptist art exhibit tion were Mrs. isabelle
41 died
M. L. Roberts, age October, Gay Nineties with Minnie Church Tuesday evening. must be suitably the ever popular thril' Forbes, Mrs. Bobby Ice-making ma-

Saturday evening Lee Langston singing 'Bill framed or mounted for merry-go-round two Wright, and Mrs. Harold chine, patented in 1851,
15 1966 in a head-on auto wheels tilt-a-whirl octo.
mobile, collision., He was Bailey' up to the present Mr. Alex Hobbs, of St. hanging. Entries for the scrambler, ] rock, 'r Cason. may be seen at Gorrie

time with Lora Kyla jhg-, Marks, was In Atlanta, collection exhibit must be pus, rol. Serving were Mrs. Peggy Museum In this picturesque
of Mr. and Mrs. roll hlmalaya.
the son dogem
,
ing 'Down Town' this week suitably cased or mounted fishing community. The
of Others Georgia, past on Hammons, Mrs. Annie Ruth
Roberts Sopchoppy.He rock-o-plane
John providing entertainmentwere business in regards to the for display. lo-plane, PerrymanMrs.Elise Bar- nuseum will be open duringpalachicola's
had made his home in bub-
metor paratrooper,
,
the Sanders Family: St. Marks water system. miler wick, and Mrs. Janle Week- \ annual Seafood -
ble-bounce mouse
for
Texas many years. ,
Henry McDonald Festival Saturday
The Roberts family left Jerry Simons roller coaster, helicopter, ley.Mlso ,

Sunday morning for Texas. Terry Crum, Ronda antique cars, turnpike,flying Cerise Gaissert, Nov. 5.
Qulgg. Elmira Mathis. The PANTHERS WIN 5TH STRAIGHT VICTORYThe and sister of the bride, kept thebride's In addition to the Gorrie
made for his
plans were coaster, zig-zag,
theme for the reunion was book. mention, this museum
burial Wednesday in Chan. 'Through the Years'. The Crawioravllle won their fifth straight victory last others. The couple left lmmediately features Interpretive exhibits -

nelville, Texas. party ended with all the Friday night against Cottondale. The Panthers won with Follies, musical shows, following the recep- of this early Gulf
the score of 13-0. This is the fifth animals and reptiles, and
that the
game Pan-
classes joining and singing tion for San Juan, California port and dioramas of
thers have not been scored thrill shows will add aWe
RISKY BUSINESSIt's the Alma Mater Auld Lang against. Fullback Butch Taff where they will make scenes In antd-llum Ap-
Syne, as this was the last moved the panthers into the scoring column with a one-, :and excitement to the annual their home for the remain- alachicola, second larger '

a risk to have a husband Homecoming at the old yard off-tackle slant in the second quarter. The Panthers exposition.For der of Mr. Gaissert's stay ".*:ton-shipping port on tha

a risk to have a school. The new school will second score came in the fourth quarter when Clint the past three years in the Air Force. Gulf of Mexico in the mid-
son; open next fall. Nazworth dove off-tackle for two yards and a Touch- more than 100,00 persons 1800's.
down. visited the North
have
a risk to pour your confi- The Sopchoppy Yellow Dr. Gorrie's discovery
The IB the
which
Panthers Fair
Florida
dence out to anyone; Jackets played Greenville; going NEW POSTAGE LAW TO failed to receive public re-
A risk to pick a daisy, forthere's for the Homecoming Game. with through: the whole game SAVE TAXPAYERS MONEY largest purely agriculturalfair WATER AND SEWER cognition. When he was unable -
their in Florida. The $20.-
sure to be a cop; The Greenville Pirates won powerhouse run- PLAN APPROVED FOR to obtain funds to build ,

A risk to go on living, buta the game with a score of ning game, managed to A 1965 law sponsored b; 000 in cash awards makesIt await- WAKULLA COUNTY a plant to put his Inventionto
cross the Cottondale exhibitors also
Horn State Treasurer-Insurance ing
greater risk to stop. 53-12. practical use he. suf-
...Ruth Mason Rice et's five yard line three Commissioner Browar" the second largest fair The approval of a $3,140 fered a nervous, collapseand

Leaves of Gold times, but were unable to Williams will save the taxpayers in the amount of premiums grant by the Farmers Home died in 1855 at 52.
move from there to pay- more than $20CXX awarded. Only the State Administration to developa 1900 age
In the Southern Ice
dirt and a touchdown.The a year in postage fees. Fair in Tampa tops it in rural area comprehensive .'
Exchange recognized: .e
CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH SCHOOL HOMECOMINGThe Hornets came closerto Until the law was enacted prize money. water and sewer plan Industry's debt to Dr. Gor-
scoring on the Panthers orders of suspension The North Florida Fair for Wakulla County was announced rie and erected
Student Council Crawfordville has been busy than anyone else this sea- drivers licenses and auto also offers one of the lar- today by Mr. Wil- his a monumentto

planning the Homecoming at C.H.S. The Student Councilis son, when they drove inside mobile license tags wen gest swine shows in the liam T. Shaddick, State Di- The memory State in of Apalachicola Florida-

sponsoring the Homecoming festivities. The Panther the five yard line with sent to the drivers by cert- southeastern states and an rector. in 1914 directed that ,

football team will be playing the Trenton Tigers Friday less than two minutes left ified mall, return receipt outstanding cattle show. The grant was obtained'' .statue of,the a
night; October 21. to play. But the Crawford- requested. This cost 40 FFA and 4-1-1 Club com- by the Board of County inventorphysician -
be
Thursday night, October ville defenders stopped the cents above the 5 cents petition keep the swine barn Commissioners of Wakulla itol placed in in the Cap-

20, there will be a Bonfirein !I/l threat with a jarring defen- ''postage.The active throughout the week. County. it will project the building Washingtonas
one of the
front of the gym that ;, 0flhsiU4 sive play. 1965 Legislature repealed One of the North Florida'smost present and future water allowed two figures
each
will start at 8:00 p.m. It : )\ The panthers take on the provision for cert- extravagant flower and sewer needs of the other Floridian state. The

will feature 'skits, cheers rt Trenton Tigers this Friday ified mail, return receipt shows is a featured attrac- county. This plan will be so honoredwas
led by the panther Cheer- .zI night on the Panther Field. requested. tion of the opening day. available to the various Gen. Edmund Kirby

leaders, and music by the I will be their God. In truth This will be the Panther's Commissioner Williamssaid Sponsored by the Tallahassee communities and will be Smith of St. Augustine,who
surrendered
panther Band. This will be and righteousness Homecoming. Game time under the new law, Garden Club, this show most helpful 10 them In federate the last con-
the of is 8:00 features the best in flower planning water and force June 2, 18-
burning sewer
followed by -(Zech. 8:8): p.m. Come out and such notices are sent by 65, at Galveston. *
the Tiger.on Let us willingly and confidently cheer your team to Its sixth mall and are assumed tr culture and arrangement.A systems. There Is
October 21 second show is held or Communities listed ir no admission
Friday, straight victory. have been delivered wlthlr.
place all affairs inGod' charge for
our the
there will be a parade at four days. Thursday. the plan as needing water museum. on
through Craw- care and keeping. Place state's financial Artwork, needlework, and sewer facilities will Festival day, out-of-town
2-00 p.m. The responsibility -
Him in
full charge of all that visitors
to
fordville. On Friday night law baked goods and canned be eligible for a partial Apalachicola
concerns us,and we will know requires will be served a free sea-
the attention ir
goods are to assist In the development
the football game againstthe that suspension of driver s licenses grant food
no unjust situation dinner
can at noon. Con-
the Home Division. of the system.
Tigers. then prevail against God'slaw NEED PRINTING and automobile tags tests and
us. special events
the the Chairman of the Boardof ,
Following game of drivers and owners whc
of justice is
Dance will always oper. County Commissions Ir Including a tour of historic
Homecoming ative in the minds are not financially respon- sites
and hearts are planned
be held in the gym. of all persons. Our relianceon sible for death Injury or SLBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS Mr. Willard Carter, Craw out the day. through.
CALL fordville. Florida.
THE NEWS
His justice enables-. to damage they cause. ONLY A FEW LEFT!

take the stand that our goodis

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_THURSDAY. OCTOBER_20, -Ig66 r>
LOVELY AT FIRST SIGHT
Motorbike Rules f M.c C LEN DON FUNERAL
Safety tNEt Welcome guests with a

Urged To Curb AccidentsWith ypsTES'Dy cheerfully An easy-to-see lighted addrese house. 1 HOME .
sign Is a beacon ol frlendllnest -
--n'Crlwfonl Z and pail lantern 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
the ever increasing near driveway or walk will
up. A cold engine can miss' fora
popularity of motorcycle riding second and cause an accident Weekend Guest (Or Pest) door.steer Wall-mounted them clear la light tho
an increasing number of Ai shrink they fixture PHONE 335-net" TQIIahasfeFla.
Always apply your rear living quarters or a porch ceiling )
accidents are being recorded. brake before easing down squeeze out that delightful cus- r 1 shed a warm glow of hospitality
Michael B. Birmingham of the gently on the front one. Brake tom of The Weekend Guest. Yet .
many people who have the apacerI
Greater New York Safety smoothly on wet or slippery I haven't the savoir -
Council recommends, "Those surfaces! and use your brakes faire ;
who intend to ride motocycles before entering a turn, not they think it's
should first receive instructionto a real project-
when you are in it. .
when actuallya
acquire special skills and Distinguish between your stood guest

then demonstrate proficiencyin thinking distance and braking r' stirs few waves 1
handling what is acknowledged distance. It takes almost 60 and jumps Anattrocllveentrarice LEONFEDERAL

: as basically an unstable feet to react at 50 miles per Bright into the way makes a lasting b
the family swim.
vehicle." hour and another 125 feet to The first duty of the hostess first vanla Impression.a Syl-cor-
suggests
Mr. Birmingham Raid thatno complete your stop after that. is to see that the guest room is ner fluorescent fixture
one should get on a motorcycle That's 185 feet. well-appointed with thoughtful shielded by vertical
as driver or rider withouta Don't pass another vehicle extras: light reading material, baffles to blend with .
I additional linens and ,
pillows F '
helmet. He also recom- unless the road ahead is clear cigarettes and candy. Not every- the center wall.panel A perforated make SAVINGS

mended: and don't cut back too soon. one brings bedclothes so provide for even distribution
Wear sturdy protective cloth- Be alert to the motorist ahead some-as well as little rattan of the softly shaded
from the five-and-dime,
ing and footgear. Never ride who may make a left turn and and slippers new toothbrushes combs. light TALUJWJUI
with bare arms or legs. be watchful always for unsig-: Be prepared for personal idio
Check controls before starting naled turns in front of you syncrasies. If a guest must have
_the engine. Let it warm from the opposite lane. tepid water with avocado juice,
to accommodate his whim.
try: A stairwell In the main hall
Be sure, too, to prepare a bed- ; way becomes a showcase
time mack of fruits, cheese-and- of ,
elegance easily and In-
SPECIALS : crackers and a chilled pitcher of / expensively Miniature I* I **r ...'<*t TALLAHASSEE THEATRESFLORIDAl I :
this will him
keep
Pepsi-Cola; / watt fluorescent tubes on
from foraging in the kitchen late s the underside of the ban-
at night. nisler' and 20-watt lubes [ STATE
Guests too have duties; the mounted under each headlight
SPECJALS FR... SAT.,
hostess gift, one. A candy
I hfof the way softly, safely, I
flowers is
box or a and Impress ely.
pretty lean offering. But a set of l
hostess towels-they make such Z I
Starting
FRESH GRADE A beautiful paper towels now, if Today thru Sat. Friday I
you can't afford linens-an un- ?
usuld den antique, or an assortment Ross Hunter's ..
of exotic jams is more like Marlon Brando "THE
PAD'and I
Three New Electronic
1 FRYERSLB. It. If breakfast is at 10, a guest ShipsTo Anjanette Comer ( how to '
use it
must make a showing even if John Saxon Brian )
he's a sleep-till-nooner.And since Track Moon FlightsThe .TlIE APPALOOSA' Julie Bedford I
many a warm friendship has Sommars
I vanished with i the sight of rumpled USNS Mercury, last of three electronic instrumentationships Southwest to Sonora! James Farentino \

\ I pyjamas a guest should being prepared by General Dynamics to support manned
be dressed although the
hostess always may appear in an attractive missions to the moon was delivered to the U. S. Navy 8 days
morning coat. ahead of schedule on Sept. 16.
29BONE You never really know anyone Delivery of Mercury occurred just 24 months after General I -1PIRRY
till you've "lived" with them and Dynamics received the contract for the program. HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN. '

some case, guests as the can saying be pests.goes In they that USNS Vanguard, first of the trio was delivered on schedule OUTDOOR 01 WOOOYILL! NWT.

will have been invited twice- February 28, 1966, and USNS Redstone was delivered nine
; once and never again! days ahead of schedule, June 30, 1966. Today thru Sat. Today thru Sat. :
The vessels which are designed to track and communicatewith
American astronauts in the National Aeronautics and Double Feature Rex Allen

T LB. 79CJ Space Administration's Project Apollo manned lunar explora "SWAMP COUNTRY''DR
tion program will be operated by the Military Sea Transportation Showing 7:30 tit 10:45

Service for the Navy. WHO AND THE Ann-Margaret,

nii II Mercury will be stationed in the Pacific Ocean during Project DALEKS'n Bing Crosby .
Apollo missions, Vanguard in the Atlantic and Redstone in the STAGECOACH

STEWING HENS . . LB . 394 1 Indian Ocean. Companion Fred Feature 9:05 and
DeCarlo .VILLAGE of the

SMOKED HAM. . CENTER SLICES LB. . 89d -MUNSTER Yvonne GO GIANTS

AUNT JEMIMA. .LB. BOX l '-- HOME- ..J. ... .. .....
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QUICK GRITS,2 FOR . 33tf FOOD PRICES In staling .40R;:; ::::
that the farmer, rancher and :fI': ": Sd'heBibla 'e.t"Ift I
SHOWBOAT. .300 CAN housewife cannot be blamed
for higher: food prices, Sen. :\ "" ='
PCRK& BEANS. . . 10 FOR. . 99tf John Tower (R.-Tex.) said, ;

GINGHAM GIRL FLOUR. 25 LB . 1.89 "It i is about time the Federal Love. is not provoked Enjoy the benefits ofcomputer .
Government quit pointing its but rejoiccth with the truth.I .

LUZIANNE INSTANT TEA.:6: OZ . 69tf accusing finger at somebodyelse -( Cor. 13:4-6))
and resolved to get its own conditions
If working appear -
I BOLD. . . GIANT SIZE: . . 12 road to lower living costs and
word from us
soothing may
I BANANAS. . . . 2 LBS . 25* to improved farm prices lies in give others assurance. Regard
.
I the resumption of Federal san- less how irritated or unreason- accuracy and electronic banking.

ity. It is time the Federal Government able someone may appear, we
attacked inflation, not must remember that love is
SHOP HERE FOR YOUR HEATING AND its citizens."
net provoked. Instead of feel-
.
ing hurt or angry we will bless
PLUMBING NEEDS LABOR LAW NEEDED-In them into the Father's care >, '" "

commenting on strikes "which and keeping. Let's rejoice in I
-- threaten irresponsible damageto If
His love.
WE' SELL the national interest" Rep. II f
O. C. Fisher (D.-Tex.) said A/ I ,
1T tiLERSI MONEY ORDERS "Labor unions should be sub- God created man in his own

ject to the antitrust laws. A image.-(Gen. 1:27) Jatr. '

1 j special court could be estab- Even! as there are no two
lished to resolv labor-man- snowflakes alike or two leaveson ,
agement issues. The public is the trees of the world alike
SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVE entitled to protection against so God's perfect pattern is

jungle-type actions by power. ours, to manifest in our own ;
PIGOTT.'S STORE drunk labor leaders." ways. We feel blessed in not d

1 having to be identical to any
t MEDART one around us. We can he our lest
t L- own God-created and God-in- .r L

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In the Circuit Court W the Second OCTOBER 17. 1966 i 1 I
COUNTY.NEWS!! Judicial Circuit of Flo- In Court of the County Judge, In the Circuit Court of the of Flo-Second 'USE OF ZIP CODE

THURSDAY OCTOBER 20. I960WAKUUA rida,In and ForWakulla Coun- WakulU County, Judicial and ForWakulla Circuit Coun- The Board of County Commissioners of Wakulla ENCOURAGEDThe '
State In
of
rida
ty. In Chancery.No. FloridaIn County met this date In Crawfordvllle with all members
1 In Chancery. Southeastern Tele-
t ProbateIn ty.
1400.
read ,
The minutes of the last meeting were
No. 1371.MunICipal'. present:
re the Estate of phone company la cooperating -
.1 Roston Warren Powell, Thomas Duncan Head, Printing Company and approved.As with the Tallahassee '
Plaintiff advertisement for bids a bid was opened from
deceased.To per
corporation
Florida
Inc. a post office to encourage -
VI.'Vllhelmlnla
for second handGMCtruckand lowboy
Willis
Plaintiff, Mrs. Lola wider of ZIP
use
NEWS L. Powell, All Whom It May Concern v,. trailer, which bid in the amount of $2,250.00 was accepted Code by Code

COUNTY Defendant. Charles Shoaf, and his unknown, by the Board being the only bid received.On information providing ZIP tele-.
... Order of PublicationState Notice is that secondof in the new
hereby given the Motion of Commissioner Davis and the
if ,
W..Mau'SOI spouse any phone directory.The .
T.i.phont Florence Head has filed her
of Florida Tot Defendant. Mr. Strickland the plat of Sopchoppy River Development -
I directory to be distributed -
final of the
Wllhelminia L. Powell report as Executrix
the Board.On .
by
accepted
SUITIN was
General Delivery estate of Thomas Duncan Head, NOTICE OF board'authorized I I in December, will
Walker the
motion of Commissioner
the Tax Collector to rent postage meter
ition for final discharge, and FLORIDA: Code map on the first page ]
You are notified
hereby that a that she will apply to the Hon- TOt: Charles Shoaf, whose last use In County Offices. of the yellow section. unI'
complaint for divorce has been orable L. Coun- clerk to the Board the Report of Auditof
I filed George Harper, known address was c/c The presented der the Alpha listing,
against In the Circuit
Court of Wakulla you ty Judge Wakulla County,Flor- YMCA, Central Branch, the State Auditing Department dated September 26, 'United States Govern-

J. D. HARVEY .. . EDITOR rida,in Chancery.You County are,here-Flo- ida 1966, ,on for the approval 28th day of of same October and, San Antonio, Texas and to if 1966 and such report was accepted for file. re-Imburse ment, U. S. Post Office",
Walker
to
Commissioner
Unknown Spouse of
the The motion
by required to file (personallyor a new listing "ZIP Code
F70rida, for final discharge as Executrixof any, Charles Shoaf, Increase budget for civil defense In the amount of
3ntere at ciawfordvll1., by attorney) with tha Clerk of the estate of Thomas Duncan address isunknown. or Information, Call 222-
second clue matter. Sublerip.OJon said Court, and send a copy of Head deceased, on this Urd: whose last. known $300.00 was carried on the second of Young. 0790" will be included.The
a. the same to the for Motion by Commissioner Strickland to sign agreementwith
'$3.00 per:rear..If attorney day of September, 1966. new listing will also give
'rate: plaintiff, your written defenses, YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Forest Service for lease of fire truck to be used at the page location of the City

if any, to the complaint in said /./ A. L. Porter that an amended complaint to Ochlocknee Bay Fire Department was carried with the ZIP Code .
cause, on or before October 31, Executrix of the estate of foreclose a mortgage executed! second of Commissioner Davis. map.Postmaster
1966 Herein fail not or judgment Thomas Duncan Head, byCeorge R. Langfordand Mar- to advertise for bids Yon said the
Motion by Commissioner Young
10u deed wife Har- fine cooperation received
his
L.
by default will\ be enter- deceased. ian Langford, carried the second of Com-
on New Pickup Truck was on from
his Southeastern
ed against you.WITNESS old Brown and Betty Brown, officialshas
Office Supplies my hand and the seal 929,106,13,20.IN wife, and Wallace: C. Martin missioner Davis. resulted in the new directory -
Office Furniture of said Court at Crawfordvllle, and Mildred W. Martin, his Motion by Mr. Davis to advertise for bids on tractor containing more

Business Machines Wakulla County, Florida, this wife, to Lillian M. Kirch and repairs was carried on the second of Commissioner complete and accurate.

fit* or Call 26th day of September, 1966. assigned to the plaintiff, on the Walker. street numbers. Althoughthe
(official seal) THE CIRCUIT COURT OF following described property, The Board appointed the following persons to serveas telephone company does

RANEY WHALEYat /Moody Pearce THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIR- to-witt election officials for the coming November 5th Gen- not print the directory for
and
Pearce CUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND Lots numbered five ((5)) eral Election.
Moody FOR WAKULLA COUNTY. IN ten ((10)) in Block "D' of the Vickers Debra mailing purposes, many
CAPITAL OFFICE Clerk Circuit Court Town of Crawfordville, flo- Arran: Dorothy Nazworth, Clerk, Bert patrons use it in compiling

EQUIPMENT CO. Wakulla County, FloridaJ. CHANCERY.No.. 1399 rida, as shown by map or Pelt, Sallie Harvey; C-ville: Lauvania Moore, Clerk mailing lists. The tele-

H. HudsonP. plat thereof record on page Ollie Barrow Kathryne Rehwinkel, Louise Gray. Spg. phone company this year

102 E. JEFFEBSLh O. Box 66Crawfordville Donald Lorrain WALKER, 572 of Deed Book "c"& "D" Ck: Elza Forbes, Clerk,. Doshia Hodge. Mattie Lee updated the addresses to be

ALMSTALLAHASSEE. Florida Plaintiff, of the public records of Wa- Oaks, Amy Trull. Ivan: Lency Spears Clerk,Iris Russ, as accurate as possible.
S.
223:! Attorney for Plaintiff Vs. kullaCounty, florida.ALSO, Epsle Strickland, Norman Whiddon River Sink: Mary Since street addresses are

FLORIDA 9/29. Sarah Elizabeth WALKER, the following personal pro- Chapman, Clerk, Mrs. Wooden, Clora Mae Laird, Mrs. of primary concern when

Defendant. perty to-wit 1 model 8 Robt: Strickland; Sopchoppy: Annie Lee Simmons, Clerk, locating homes and busi-

IN THE THE SECOND CIRCUIT COURT OF linotype machine bearing Preston Trice, Maj.] Strickland Ann Dunlap. Smith Cr.: ness locations, rural route
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT serial number 49461r, one 1
ORDER OF PUBLICATION Clerk Ruth Minnie Langston,
OF FLORIDA IN AND Myrtle Brown, Langston, numbers are not Included.
15 Chandlerand Price :
HENRY WILLIAMS FOR WAKUlLA COUN t. IN with x Kluge feeder, 1 pres Pony Consuela Wilson Medart: Viola Tully, Clerk,Luxle Car- Patrons can be of great assistance -
STATE OF FLORIDA TO Richard
CHANCERY. Miehle Cylinder Press, 1 ter, Florida White, Sarah Whaley. Panacea, to telephone com-

REALTY Sara 3413 Elizabeth Commercial Walker Street Miller's aw trimmer N3811i Klink, clerk, Foster Clay, Nancy Crum, Mrs. Benj. pany and post office by givIng -

N o._ San Antonio, Texas. 1 Liberty folder IIA 1 Metcalf. complete, correct
addressograph machine Vereen: street numbers when
applying -
Reg. Real l Estate BrokerSt. Ceraldine Salter, You are hereby notified that a #117618, 1 file cabinet, 1 Newport: for service. Street

Marks Fla. Plaintiff, complaint for divorce has been double type rack all type 3t.; Marks, numbers can be verified or
DIVORCE metal and incidental
lied against you in th; Circuit linotype Wakulla: obtained by calling the Cityor
Phone 741 vs. Court of Wakulla County, flor- composing stones reglets, The Board approved the vouchers before them and dir-
Harris K. Salter 26 County Zoning Director.A .
lead ink and one
paper,
ida, in Chancery. You arc here- 1 1 ected that warrants be issued In payment therefor: correct street numbernot
Defendant. desk
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES by required to file (personally or inch L. C.paper Smith cutter typewriter, 1 There being no.further business coming to the attention only assures prompt installation -
by attorney) with the Clerk of of the Board the same was adjourned
:
NOTICE TO APPEAR cut off saw and all other equipment and service of
said Court and send a of
Associate copy
: for and supplies now Attest: Approved: phones but speeds the delivery -
the to the
attorney
W. M. Hatcher. Sr. STATE OF FLORIDA TO same written defenses, used in the operation of the Moody Pearce, Clerk Willard Cater chairman of mails.Postmaster .
Harris K. Salter 2259 North plaintiff your Wakulla News. Also
County
Phone I63201 If to the complaint In said Yon said the
Main Street, Springfield, Mo. any on or before October 2 gas tanks, 2 gas heaters, Southeastern Telephone
cause,
HAMRICK You are hereby notified that a one window fan, all newspa- REGULAR BOARD MEETING OF WAKULLA COUNTY
not
DAVE 31, 1966. Herein fail or Company is to be com-
suit for divorce has been files in the office and
brought judgement default will be en- per BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION October 17, 1964 mended for
providing a
against you by Ceraldine Salter, the subscription list to the
INSURANCE AGENCY in the Circuit Court of Wakulla tered against you. Wakulla County News very valuable Public Ser-
seal called order chairman Rod-
WITNESS my hand and the The meeting was to by vice
has been and to our community
filed
County, Florida, and are against you
you of said Court at Crawfordville, denberry. Members present: Mr. Crum. Mr. Paulk,
AUTOMOBILE hereby required to file with the you a re re quired to file your answer through this new updated
Florida this
Wakulla County, Mr. Posey and Mr. Strickland.The .
,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of said or other pleadings to the directory.
BONDS
County your written defenses, if 21st day of September, 1966. complaint with the Clerk of th minutes of the September 19, 1966,meeting were

CASUALTY any, in said suit and to serve a above styled court, and serve i read. Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded by Mr. Crum that
(Official Seal) thereof the minutes be approved as read. Voting for the motion
'MARINE copy of same on A. L. Porter, copy on plaintiff' :
Crawfordville, Florida on or hi Moody PearceClerk attorney Edw. J. Hill, Id'/ Mr. Crum, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Posey. Voting against the WEATHER FORECASTThe

'FIRE before the 31st day of October, Circuit Court Midyette Moor Building, Talla- motion: Mr. Strickland. Thirty Day Agricultural

A. D. 1966. Herein fail not or a Wakulla County, FloridaJ. hassee, Florida, not later than Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded by Mr. Posey,that the weather Outlook for I
PHONE 877-3108 decree confesso will be the 7th day of November, A.D.
\ pro entered Board adopt the operating policies for Wakulla County the period mid-October to
against 1966, and that if fail to do
you. H. HUDSONP. you Schools as outlined in the policy handbook. Voting for
St. Box 1873TALLAHASSEE. mid-November for South
1831 E.Tenn. WITNESS the Honorable W. so a decree confesso will be
pro
BOX 66Crawfordvil1e the motion Mr. Crum Mr. Paulk Mr. Posey and Mr.
: Georgia Southeast Ala-
Walker the
May one of the Judgesof entered against you for relief ,
PLA.
said court and the seal thereof Fla. demanded in the complaint.This Strickland, and Mr. Roddenberry. bama and Northwest Flor-
at Crawfordville, Florida, Attorney for Plaintiff. notice shall be published Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded by Mr. Posey, that the ida issued by the Weather

TERRY HARRIS this 23rd day of September, A. 929,106,13,20.NOTICE once week forfourconsecutive regular Board meeting scheduled for November 14, Bureau Advisory Agla-:\J-

D. 1966. i weeks in the Wakulla County 1966, at 8:00 a.m. be re-scheduled for November 11, tural Meteorologist, Georgia -

toape tiring & (seal) News, a newspaper in Wakulla 1966, at 800.: This change was necessitated by the fact coastal Plain Experi-

, ,AppliancekHvpairRoute /Moody Pearce TO BIDDERS County, Florida. that a Joint Florida School Board Association and Superintendent's ment Station, Tlfton,Georgia -
Clerk of Circuit Court, DONE and ORDERED Craw- Association meeting will be held in Cocoa
_!io..Ele.trlc UlIetar Wakulla County, Florida. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN fordville, Wakulla County, Flo- Beach from November 13th through 15th. October 15.1966.Temperatures .
929,106,13,20.FOR that the Board of County Com- rida, this 30th day of September during the
missioners of Wakulla County 1966. Voting for the motion: Mr. Roddenberry. Mr. Crum, period midOctober through

r 1, Box 31 will receive sealed bids at the Iff Moody Pearce Mr. Paulk Mr. Posey, and Mr. Strickland. mid-November are expected -

Sopchoppy. Florida SALEi'Must'sell my office of the Clerk of the Cir Clerk of the Circuit Court Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded by Mr. Strickland, to average near normal

'1'hooe 10.2iif:: home have lowered my cuit Court until 10:00: o'clockA. Edw. Hill that the Board purchase a convection oven for the use over Southeast Georgia ant
J.
? price $1000. Call Mrs. .M. November 7th, 1966 and Attorney at Law of the Sopchoppy School lunchroom. Voting for the mo- near or above normal over

Bobby Russ at "A6- 14J then opened for making certain 107 Midyette Moor Building tion: Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. Crum, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Po- Southwest Georgia South-

.,FOR SALE: 1 Norge circulating after six.LOSE repairs to HD 11 Crawler Tract- Tallahassee, Florida sey, and Mr.Strickland. Voting against the motion:None. east Alabama and, North-

heater, $15.00.full or.The Attorney for Plaintiff Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded by Mr. Crum, that west Florida. Dally mean

size G.E. Range,excellent, WEIGHT safely with reject Board any or reserves all bids the and right awardto to 4tC-lQ/6.13.20.27. bills be paid as presented. Voting for the motion: Mr. temperatures will avera; i

$63.00, 1 1956 Black Cadillac Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only the best interests of Wakulla Roddenberry, Mr. Crum, Mr. paulkMr. PoseyandMr. between 61 to 67 degree..

Jam Up', $495.00. P, 98c:! at Wakulla Pharmacy.: County. Strickland. Dally maximum tempera-
O. Box $115, Crawford- LINOTYPE OPERATORS Moved by Mr. Crum, seconded by Mr. Posey that the tures 80
reaching
WA63944. Board of County Commissioners wanted In Florida for per- for the motion Roddenberry degree
Mr.
vllle, Fla. Ph ADVERTISING meeting adjourn. Voting : or higher on 3 to 6 days
manent employment by outstanding Mr. Crum Mr. Paulk Mr. and Mr. Strick-
Posey, during the
Wakulla period.
DOESN'T County, Florida 20 000 circulation land. Daily
COST Craw fordvi1le evening dally owned by well minimum temperatures

3tc-l0/. 27. known newspaper and mag- will average between 50
IT PAYS /III/ azine group. CleanUniver- and 56 degrees with early
A-. NOTICE TO BIDDERS
PUBLIC NOTICE
.
sity city with excellent morning temperatures fa'

Tallahassee business Firms schools, wonderful climate ling to 40 degrees or )luwt ron
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
The U. S. Forest Services
and condilons. 3 to 3
good working days.
that the Board of County Commissioners A c-eptill-:
for sale the
offering to
employee benefits > ing freeze
Many Is
of Wakulla County expected to
nighest bidder the follow-
DIRECTORYPATRONIZE Including retirement will receive sealed bids at thi occur over northern port-
plan liberal sick leave, ing: Ions of the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Tri-State area
: hospitalization and paid vacation. Court until November 7th All Items classed as early during the period and

.. Open Shop. Start 1966 at 10:00 o'clock A.M. scrap Iron or junk located over all except southern

THESE ADVERTISERS work Immediately at $118 and then opened and read fo.. in two piles at coastal sections by the end
per week. Call collect furnishing the following Helen Guard Station 13 of the period.

George; Doyle,Sun,GalnesTllle 1 1967, new Pickup Truck, miles Southwest of Rainfall during the
Florida. Area 904, step side, with back up Tallahassee and Arran 30 days Is next
F R MFEEDS Phone 3781411.3tCIO13.20:27.. lights, 2 speed electric windshield Work Center 1 mile between expected to average -

a 1 .ME. O. I. GRAMLING : wipers and washer, West of Crawfordville, 73 Inches 1.75 and 3.-
8 rear bumper seat belts, fresh Florida. occurring as general -
!!I & CO. HELP WANTEDMALEOR air type heater, minimum interested bidders are during showers the on 6 to 8 days
period.
FEMALE Would liketo H.P. 150, traffic hazard Invited to Inspect these items -
4.tY : switch and lamps minimum Sunshine during the
,
One-Stop Service for per-
hear at their convenience:
Flint River Mills from dependable 115 inch W. B. padded dash, iod Is expected to averag
u'I.. Monroe FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry person with car regarding turn signals, oil fiber and For Further information about 70 percent of
o) 817-1155( pos
Supplies opportunity to supply con- sheet metal undercoating. C ill: sible with only one
or two
P-R-M Ranch & Garden Center Garden ToolsSo. sumers with Rawlelgh Pro Prices to be quoted FOB Craw- District Ranger Talla- periods of extended cloud

826 W Gaines 224.7197BakerAlford ducts In Liberty County or fordville cash on delivery.The hassee 224-3545; ness.

Adimi at S.A.L.R.R.Crol.inl Franklin County. For Information Board reserves the right to District Ranger Craw- Soil temperatures

I write Rawlelgh reject any or all bids and to a- fordville 9263561. drop w

Co. I Light Wtight and Regular Phone 222-4112 FLJ-220-518, Memphis, ward to the best interests of Wa All items must be removed next 30 sharply days under during the tl In

The Pa'*. Houe" Conerttt Blocks Tenn. kulla County. within S days after fluence of

Anything for your auto, truck Hanson 511020113171218. Board of County Commissioners award. decreasing air
Wood
and temperatures
i or tractor. Also for your powerlawnmower Mailed sealed bids will and day

and much for your Noel Ind..Inc.S. Wakulla County, be accepted (Box 1382) or length. Average tempera

boa4yp4 Adams St. at 4-Polnta Crawfordvllle .Florida bids be brought into tures under four Inches of
N. Adams St. Ph. 222.8380 'el.| 222-5840 P. O. Box 661 3tc-10/20,27, may bare IOU are expected
the District Rangers Officeat
,drop to between
.
.56 .ud
439 N. Monroe Street
YMA fR Tallahassee, Florida. Bids period.degrees by the end of t>

will be opened at 1:00 p.m.

Yae&er, ljiuurami Little Folks Store / on Wednesday, October 26,
Inc. JLsts/ 1966.

"The Capital' Q or fit I No bid deposit Is required NEED PRINTING ?
Majors for Minor full payment must be '
sad Road CALL
Cktldrn't Furniture Toy'. received the following
Ganui, Hobbui a.-ak
r
St Tel. 222-4680 Baby Accessories admit It but that "Seldom la a man color blind weekday after award by
Adams "I hate to
214 8. 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 was one show that even colordidn't where the long green U concerned. money check. order or certified FBI IAJCULLA COUNTY NEISWAKULLA
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4tiURSDAT OCTOBER 20Ltggg SOPCHOPPY NEWS quartets, without a com- Wascom, former teacherand
plaint. Mr. Land traveled friend of Miss Ever-

BY Louise C. day or night wherever call- hart, now teaching at Western :
Sapp ed In parts of Georgia, Carolina College In
Mrs. Jewel Davison and Tennessee and Florida to Cullowhee.Mrs. _.

daughter, Trlnka, from O- sing gospel songs at funerals
zark, Alabama, Mr. and and singing conventions J. F. Kilbourn and
Mrs. Jay Beasley andfam- Mr. Land, following Mrs. Ella Stoble of Pana-
: fly from Jacksonville Fla., doctor's orders spent the ma city, who had been visiting 5 BIG FUN FILLED DAYS
were the weekend guests of last few months in West Miss Terryss Kil-
Mrs. T. W. (Dink) Beasleyand Palm Beach. The Land bourne of Tallahassee, OCTOBER 25th THRU OCTOBER 29th
her son,Lindy Beasley. family wishes to express spent Wednesday visiting
their thanks for the host Mrs. Annie South Monroe Street Tallahassee Florida
------------------- Harms.
: Mr. and Mrs. Odis Dun- of friends, flowers pray-
lap of Albany, Georgia, attended ers and kindnesses showedto Those attending the Volunteer THRILL RIDES EXHIBITS
the Alumni Home- them during the long illness Orientation Confer-
r coming Friday night at the and death of their loved ence at Skyline Restaurant CONTESTS GAMES
Sopchoppy High School ca- one. Many thanks for In Tallahassee, consisting
} SIDE SHOWS FOR ALL
feteria. While here Odii the beautiful flowers received of six surrounding coun- FUN

visited his parents, Mr. from the Baptist ties, were twelve representatives -
and Mrs. O. S. Dunlap. Church In Smyrna, Geor- from panacea The North
gia; the Training Union, and from Sopchoppy Mr. Florida Fair!
Mr. and Mrs. Terry W. Sunday School classes and Mrs. Ralph Brown,
Land of Panama City and Choir and the Rev. Mr. Mrs. Helen Beasley, Mrs. tr
friends, Mr. andMrs. Ear- Pyle, who Is pastor of the Lydia Isler, and Mrs. Al-
f next Swllley from West Central Baptist Church In cona Berry
palm Beach were the din- Panama City, the colonelof
ner guests Wednesday of the highway patrol In
Terry's mother, Mrs. West Palm Beach and our SEPTEMBER STATE
Louise Sapp. They were Senator 'Pete' Gibson. STAMP TAX TOLDTallahassee
enroute home after attend- Funeral services wereheld
ing the funeral In Mayo of at the Baptist Churchin State
Terry's father, Carl W Mayo, on Tuesday at Comptroller Fred 0. (Bud)
Land, age 42, who died 3:00 p.m., October 12,with Dickinson, Jr., today announced -
early Sunday morning,Oct- the Baptist and Methodist that the state doc-
ober 10, at the Swilley residence ministers officiating. umentary stamp tax gar-
i In West palm Beach. Burial followed In Land nered Florida $1,770,597

Mr. Land spent most of Cemetery, under the direc- for September.
1965-66 in the Kennedy tion of Joe p. Burns, Fun- Dickinson noted the total -
Memorial Hospital suffer- eral Directors.Mr. represented a dollar
ing from enphysema. He value on the 6,910,808
served several years with and Mrs. Richard stamps sol 1 of $6,249,675. fit

the U. S. Air Force. Born Hill of South Ashburnham, Septemb collectionswere yo.AI
December 12, 1923, InMayo Mass., and Mr. Hill's aunt, doWl. $64,321 from lA yA,4Ph,

Sophomore Jerry core returns to play North Florid Florida, he Is survivedby Mrs. Edna Rees,from win total revenues for the same
Junior rnI1-.e.; his mother,Mrs. Verdie chendon, Mass., have been month last year.Dickinson .
said a break- -
Land, Mayo; his son, Ter- visiting Mrs. Hill's mo-
Jerry Cere returned to 1 CRAWFORDVILLE ry W. Land, Panama City; ther, Mrs. Harriet Wilder. down of the total indicatedthat
North Florida Junior Col- one sister, Mrs. Maudine She accompanied them $1,766,102 was col-
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lege for his sophomore SCHOOL Coleman, West palm home Wednesday, where lected from in-state sales
year. He played on the bas Beach; and a brother, Albert she will spend the winter. made in Florida's 67 coun-
ketball team last Monday, October. 24 Land ties An additional $4,495was
year. The Mayo; an adopted -
North Florida junior College Meat LoafSpanish brother, Willie Starling Mr. and Mrs. Henry recorded in out of state
team was the third Sauce Stuart; and a number of Harms of Riveria Beach, sales he said.
highest scoring junior col- Green Beans neices and nephews; and Florida Mrs. Irene Harms The collections,deposited : I
lege In the nation last year Mashed Potatoes Tracy and and her daughterMrs. Len In the general revenue ,
,
with 104.6 per game aver Peaches Dare Land, both of Pan- Nelson of Orlando, spent a fund, represent paymentson
age. Their team record was BreadButterMilk ama City. Mr. Land's home few days visiting the Harms deeds, stocks and bonds, 1

20-6. was in Atlanta, Georgia, families. They returned and written obligations to :
Jerry Core Is a graduateof where he was owner of a home on Thursday.Mr. pay money, such as notes !! MF'IIELI'
.
crawfordville High Tuesday, October 25 sixteen chair beauty salon and contracts. ,

School. He played many Smoked Ham with two eight-hour shifts and Mrs. Ralph liuruiued
good games for C. H. S. Sweet Potatoe operating daily except Sun- Brown visited the Eastpoint Dickinson listed Wakulla -
Best of luck to him and his Marshmallow Casserole day. He was baptized Into Browns on Sunday after- County as receiving
teammates. Cabbage-carrot Salad the Church of Christ In the noon. $200.00.
Prunes
year of 1946 and In later
FLORIDIANS OF VOTING BreadButterMilk years became an active Miss Gretchen Everhart,
AGE TOTAL 3,639,000 member In the Baptist accompanied by Mr. and

Florida's population of Wednesday October 26 Church In Smyrna, Geor- Mrs. Walter Harms, spent Subscribe to thj NEWS
gia. His last week in and around t
voting is greatest pleasurewas .
age 'taint
officially estimated Salisbury Steaks much Jus': 3 burrs
> at 3,639,000 now and Steamed Rice serving the Lord and Cullowhee N. C. enjoyingthe
is expected to reach 3,924- Tossed Salad singing and recording gos- fall foliage and scenery. a
000 by the general election apple SauceBreadButter pel songs with different They also visited Prof. e

in November 1968, the 0
Florida State chamber of Milk
Commerce pointed out in CATCH ONE OF THESE a -
\
released its weekly yesterday Busti .q Review Thursday HamburgersLettuce October 27 ;

'Of this year's figure, :Tomatoes '
163,000 persons reached Potato Chips
voting age siito; tie' 1964 Fruit CocktailBreadButter BOUNDS ultraviolet
raysof
IN
election, a figure which is ,
expected to swell to 378- Milk
I
000 by 1968. Florida's sun

I "In 1964 the number of {Friday October 28 create ozone .

in Floridians the presidential who cast election votes!., Ghost Witches Potatoes veal Of Your which combines
with
mad up 53.3 per cent ofc Goblin Peas Budget moisture in

3,477,000 rl-.l.1t a who Spooky Apricots wet laundry
were of voting age at tha'
BreadButterCats' 0 0Lot producing peroxide,
time. This proportion Is
Meow Milk
below the national average In Anyone's Judgement a strong bleach
figure of 62.1 per cent WEST FLORIDA SHRfJVERS.. that fades colors,
nationwide. SEEKING TEMPLE
weakens
textiles
,
At that same election In

1964, Floridians voting for The Pensacola Shrine Call-Alford Chevrolet! destroys rubber.i .
United States Representatives Club voted at Its meetingon t4 i i
made up 40.7 per cent Monday, September 26, There are no ultravioletrays
of the state s voting age to call an open meeting for in an electric dryer.
population compared with all Shriners. In West Florida
57.0 per cent nationwide. as well as York Rite Buy one before November 30.
'Registered voters in Masons and Scottish Rite and if you're one of our
Florida number some 2.5 Masons, to be held on Monday # 1 1-327 N. Adams Lot #2.1414 Monroe th customers, we'll guarantee
million today. This number October 24, at 730 Phone 224-3211' 1 Ph. 222.5656
Is 68.7 per cent of the per P.M. at the Pensacola you'lllove it-and
sons old enough to re tster. Shrine Club on Scenic 1965 Chevrolet. $1995 OK 1959 Chevrolet. $495 give you a Sunbeam
Only a negligible number Highway Bob Marler,Pub Bel Air .4,door. Vr dio, heater, V.I.heater 4 ,door automatic Impala. hardtop, radio,
of Floridians do not meet lic Relations Chairman automatic, one owner factory with air low conditionIng mU....-. USED CARS mmmcnamraQtamsIi KITCHEN3oaito1
: resident requirements or said. 1963 Chevrolet. $995
1965 Ron. Temp. $1995 Station Wagon, .4 door with economical CLOCK
are The of this
not permitted to vote purpose act- 6 cylinder engine and stand
BACKED BYALFORDS
4 door radio aulom.tlctranamlealon
because they are in penalor Ion is to invite-all Shrin- on.heater owner, extra and trinamlaalon, and air condi
mental Institutions. ers in the area, as well as clean with low mileage. toned 'FREE !

"The voting age popula- York Rite and Scottish Rite '65 Chev Nova $1395 1961 Falcon $395 es1JI'
tion in Florida and in most Masons, to discuss plans 4 door with VS. radio, heater 1 door, with straight aft tram
other states Includes per- for the formation of a Tem- automatic tranamiuion,, one own 42 YEARS million radio, heater.and I cylinder engine lalamk101aQ dQ Q
I .
er extra ele, Save time time
sons 21 years of age and ple for West Florida, to be any .
older. In Georgia and Kentucky located In Pensacola. i..1965 I Rambler. $1595 OF SERVICE 1964 Chevrolet. $1795 .
Impala, I door hardtop VI en .t_. Dry your clothes electrically
the voting age Is The Shriners Temple In J door ndl" heater alllom.Uc line, radio heater automatic
reached at 18 years; at 19 this area Is MoroccoTem- clean CIne owner Irantmliaion. power leering 'round the clockl!
in Alaska and at 20 In Ha- ple In Jacksonville, and 62 Chev. Impala $995 power brakea. Air conditioned.

waii, according to reports there has been discussionfor .4 door hardtop. V-I. radio, heater, 1965 Chevrolet. $1995
of the UnitedSates Depart- some time about the automatic\ extra clean. BOTH LOTS OPEN TILL Lon P.M. B- .lr. .4 door 1 cylinder engine
POW YOUR CONVENIENCE
ment of Commerce.* formation of a Temple in 1957 Cadillac. $395 Famous OK Quality and minion economical, radio healer.standard tram 7 ezbr fiif,7eeeQfifC
Pensacola, to serve West 4 door hardtop radio, heater automatic
1-YearG-W
Florida. power ateerinf. powerbrakei Warranty 1963 Chevrolet. $1495Impala
Real" Sharp LONG TRADES- 1 door hardtop wild red FLORIDA
Mar ler said the
LIGHT METALThe purposeof exterior. V-I engine, radio, heater,
this open meeting is to 1963 Chevrolet. $995 EASY TERMS automate POWER
lightest of all metals ia I cylinder, .4 door, heater automatic
attract
as
many as possi- one owner, low mil..... 1964 Falcon $1395 CORPORATION
has specific
lithium which a ble to the discussion to have .
Future 4 door sedan Kith ( !
gravity of 0.534-a density of a part In making the tocl-! lode moms and economical cy ......r..NMe. ..,_owt t 33.32 pounds per cubic foot. sion concerning this important straight ahift. radio, heater --'H' ,} .u .",: >: '

_. _- --------.J r L step. __ 1964 Ford . $1295Station *MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
-
i wagon, 4 door. straight'
4 ahift. radio heater, V-4 engine. FROM
I FLORIDA POWERI!
ALFORD
R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME 1958 Ford . $895 Any of our customers who buys a 240-volt

Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director awed 1ton axle Dump Reconditioned" Truck VI.throuih-with I electric dryer from a cooperating store,
#. out. One own.r.PL.ENTY. between Oct. 1 and Nov.30, receives from
Phone 697-3366 MORE Florida Power Corporation a Guarantee of

Satisfaction which, if presented within 30
CAIUIABELLE FLA. CHEVROLET"Serving .
days after installation on our lines, entitles
J;;' t) JI' "24 ]HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE- buyer to a refund of purchase price and
I removal of dryer without charge. That's

SERVING I'AKUlLA'.'AUNTY The Big Bend For Over 40 Years" with how sure electric we drying are that I you'll be delighted 1!


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