Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: October 27, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Pasco Harvey returned By Mrs. Ralph Masters Major provisions of the NEW BAND DIRECTORThe ;
Florida teachers are
home last Saturday Mrs. Carol Mickler entertained 1967 I
grain program working for new state and Panther Band has anew
week in a Stanley
after spending a have been announced by
revenueeliminatior band director Mr.
party on Thursday.Mrs. La county
Qultman, Georgia, visitingher Secretary of Agriculture
and Verne Harris of Tallahassee of millage elections, Daniel, of Tallahassee.Mr. 1
daughter family
Freeman to RI.
was the Demonstrator. according new laws to strengthen Daniel started with the band
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pope chard
L. Gowdy, ASC continueing contracts and last Tuesday and they all
and children. Those present for the fun
and games were: Mes- County Manager. provide for professional worked very hard to put on
Mr. Gowdy said that
negotiations. the performances Thurs-
Tommy Loftin was home dames Pauline Wethering- 1967 program will be basically frt
four makeup The number
These goals Friday.
ron Austin Lambert of day
last weekend to visit his the same as in the of
the priority program the played in the paradewas
New Port Tom Greene
and friends.
family Tom- "
previous years, ,
the Florida Education Association "Hey, Look Me Over .
my Is living in Tampa, Ralph Masters E.W. Cook, with the feed grain supply
an organization night they presented -
Friday ,
Florida where he is em- Lisa and Linda, and Mrs.J. and demand In near perfect half-
of Florida and
composed most the pre-game
ployed.Mr. A. Withers. balance today, but with increased -
its work toward the
A delicious luncheon educators. In time shows, featuring
production neededin quality education anda Homecoming Court and the
and Mrs. Galveston plate was served.CORRECTION 1967, peveral important
strong teaching new queen.
Alexander were home last So changes were made. These sion, the FEA, acting at Tuesday afternoon the r f'.
weekend to visit family and changes are -- a higher
the articulator of the needsof band marched in the Nora
had the Informa-
friends. They attended the we wrong loan rate,higher total price
education in the state, Florida Fair parade in Tal-
tion last week.... But Miss
Homecoming at Crawford- and elimination of
support has this The numbers
developed priority lahassee.
Barbara Jernigan is a stu-
ville School of which
High voluntary diversion for
in Florida. "Hey
dent at Stetson University program they played were ,
they are both graduates. payment except on small .
Our local affiliate of the Look Me OverDown.
Instead of FloridaState University -
They won two tickets to the farms. The 1967 program
Wakulla Twist".
Sorry! FEA, the County townand "Go
football game for travelingthe provisions are designed to Education Association,

fartherest to come to take out of production about heard the details of the fir
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
the Homecoming. They are half as many acres as were A
Ray of Atlanta, Georgia, priority program THE COUNTY AGENT'SCORNER
now living in Coral Gablee, diverted under the 1966
Florida. were visitors with the program.As Ralph Martin at a recent _J___
WCEA meeting. Martin,
Ralph Masters this week.
in 1966, farmer will new chairman ourWCEA By E. R. Wheaton,
Miss Kathy Strickland divert 20 of his
legislative committee, attended County Agent;
Mr. Jimmy Gwlnn attended -
returned home last week- corn base to qualify for
the FEA legislative
end from Pensacola, Flor- a Tax Collectors price support payment and Contest
school in Tallahassee sev- Corn
ida where she is convention in Sarasota loans. with feed .
attending Farms eral weeks ago. Martinre- Winners Announced wz
Pensacola Florida, this past bases of 25:
Junior College, grain acres! vealed that today's educa-
to participate in the home- He safdeverythingwasrealnice '>r less will again be elljible Cash awards
In that part of the tors are more frequently were pre
coming at Crawfordville. State. ; for earning diversion taking part in decision- sented to the winners of the

payments for the minimum making in Florida's schoolsand Wakulla County Youth Corn tMiss
Miss Martha Turner returned diversion and on addi-
any which Contest at the Annual Farm
home last weekendto Wakulla Methodist Church tional acreage diverted up politics, seems Jo Ann Green, Homecom ng Queen, 1966 3:
only right since 1/3 of our Bureau meeting last ,
will have some special mu-
::: High
visit family and friends. to the total base.Producerswho
October 20.
30 states recurring expendi- .
sic on Sunday, ,
is have bases of
Martha North
attending more
the "Lewis Trio" of Wood- tures are in education. This First Place went to Butch
Florida Junior in than 25: and who divert
College acres Taff of Crawfordville who
vllle Florida. We participation means active ,
are sure
Madison, Florida. She attended will the services 25 acres and plant no citizenship rather than'Block' had an 80 bushel corn yield
the Homecoming ;n you enjoy feed grain will also be eli-
to attend vote or corrupt and was presented $20.00 Crpwfordville School held annual
Crawfordville.Miss so please plan gible for diversion High its Homecoming -
church pay- pressure group tactics. first prize. Second place last
on Sunday.Mr. the 25 Friday night. I he Homecoming festivities began
ments on acres.
The legislative school winner was Mo Strickland: Thursday night with a panther Growl held in front of the
of will be
Irma Strickland There no paymentfor forth the idea that edu- of Sopchoppy with a 68.5
and Mrs. Tom put school gym. The Homecoming Court was Introduced at
Tallahassee attended the Greene motored to Maconto additional diversion as cators need first to be informed bushel yield and he received this time. Others introduced to the crowd were the

Homecoming events at Greene's sis- in former years. and then to Inform a $10.00 second prize. Crawfordville football
visit Mrs. loan High; School team, cheerleadersfor
Crawfordville last Friday The price support of what is need- Third place winner was
legislators the
this and the
ter pastweekendMrs. varsity Junior varsity teams. Skits were
night. She once attended the rate for corn will be Increased -
who returned ed for quality education.In Willie Glover of Crawford- and the class
school. Strickland'sescort Annie Bryant, from given Spanish II won the prize for the bes
Miss $1.00 to
with them for a long visit. $1.05 national the program, a new ville with a 63.5 yield, and skit. At the growl the Trenton Tiger was burned. The
for the festivitieswas
average. state and county revenue he received a $5.00 third Crawfordville School Bind furnished the music for the
J. D. Harvey, a grad- Loans will again be avail- prize. Placing fourth was ,.,.
Mrs. Ralph Masters hon structure is being soughtto .... "" '"
uate of Crawfordville. ored Mrs. Marvin Ray of able for all corn producedon raise revenues by almost Duane Gowdy of Crawford. .Friday.afrernoon the lead the
thers Trenton Tigers -
farms in
Atlanta with a luncheon on participating $416 million of that almost vllle with a 32 bushel yielc Homecoming parac'e was
Dale Harvey was home on Tuesday. The were the program. participating $60 million would go and Allan Lofton of Medar held In Crawford < The by a score of 480.
leave last weekend to visit guests : farmers will also earn The halftime show was pre
received fifth place with a was as follaws:7he
Mrs. Dorothy Shepler to lowering pupil to parade :
sented the band and the
family and friends. He is Mrs. Augusta Lipke, Mrs. price support payments of teacher ratio from 27 to 31 bushel yield. Both Duane Sheriff, Bill Taff, Sopchoppy by
now serving in the Marine 30 cents a bushel for corn 1966 Homecoming Queenwas
and Allan received choorleaders
Emily Brazille, Mrs. Ann 35: per teacher. A major varsity crowned.
Miss Kathy
Corps. He attended the on the projected yield of
Stewart, Mrs. Alta York, portion, $303 million, awards. who gave the cheerMighty
Strickland last year'sQueen
Homecoming game\ at the planted acres not to exceed Premium for the Band
all of Tallahassee and all would go toward raising money panthers, Sopchoppy crowned
Miss Jo
50 of the base ,
Crawfordville. former Atlantians. percent basic teacher salaries to 4-H and FFA activity was Homecoming court cars,

acreage. Soybeans can also $5,000, a figure which provided by T. A. Raker of in the first car was the 19- Ana Green the 1966 Home-

FLORIDA PARK BOARD Mrs. Maude Core and be planted on feed grain would make Florida more Raker Lumber and Building 65 Queen, Miss Kathy coming score in Queen.the The final
without game
permitted acreage with other Supplies in Crawfordville Strickland second car the
attendedthe :ompetitlve ,
Mrs. Tom Greene
REELECTS EARL 57-0 for the Panthers.
JONESAS loss of the price support
Homecoming Parade in states and reduce teaches Ed Bradley of Bradley'sFarm three candidates for the This made the Panthers six
CHAIRMAN payments. turnover. and Garden Centerin 1966 Queen, Miss Diane
Crawfordville on Friday.
victories and the
Earl The program signup will The millage electior Tallahassee, and Henry Porter, Miss Sturlry Mc-
Tallahassee N. the team has not been
Jones of Titusville was re- begin in early 1967. system should be eliminated Dover of Dolomite Pro- Callister and Miss Jo Ann ed on yet.After scor-

elected chairman of the according to FEA, to ducts Company of Ocala. Green; third car, the representatives the game there wasa
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS of funds In the These awards were announced from the Jr.
Florida Park Board at its STATE'S SEA PRODUCTS put control dance held in the
elected officials by Ed Bailey, Vocational Class Miss Dale Osborne, gym,
annual meeting In Tallahassee hands of those ,
A son was born October RANK 4th NATIONALLY Agriculture at Class Miss sponsored by the Student
who are responsible Sophomore ,
Monday. 10 to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Council. The two bands
Robert S. Baynard of Florida's sea products .for the schools. It was noted Crawfordville High School Gloria Barksd-ile, and the
Genevieve playing were TaCC'i.:
Pope ( Harvey)
catch is valued at some that commissionersdo Freshman, Miss Deborah
Venice was renamed vice- county and the White
of English.
chairman, and Judge E. W. has Quitman been named, Georgia.Henry Pas-He $30 million annually,rank- not have to subject their PANTHERS MAKE I IT Coxwell. Smokey the Bear The Homecoming was

Carswell of Chipley was: co. Ing the state fourth nation- millage levies to the SIX STRAIGHT WINS from the Florida Forest planned and sponsored by

elected secretary. John D. ally, the Florida State voters. Service Senior Class the Student Council and they
pennekamp of Miami and Chamber of Commerce reported The new professional The Crawfordville Panthers float, Panthers Cheerleaders would like thank

Mrs. G. T. Smith of 0- Mr. and Mrs.D.R. Vause in its Weekly Busi- negotiation law would lea< made its sixth they gave the cheer, to the following -
(Sue Whitfield) of craw- straight win last Friday 'Who's Gonna Win' panther people for their
cala are members.The ness Review released yesterday gaily require a negotiations help Mr. Bailey and theAgriculture
Board authorizedState fordville announce the birthof contract in instances when night when they played their Band, Honor Society Car,

Parks Director Bill William Keith Vause He The stature of Florida'scommercial requested. However, it was Homecoming Game with the Sophomore Float, Junior boys, Mrs.
Mary Gaby Mr. Dan-
was born October 20 and Trenton Tigers. The Pan- cheerleaders Cub ,
Miller to request Budget fishing indus- made clear that mediation Varsity iels and the band
Commission authorizationto weighed 6 pounds and 11- try has .been confirmed by under such a contract would thers came through with a Scouts, Fire engine, Junior Charles Barwick and the

purchase 970 acres of 1/2 ounces. the Bureau of the Census In not be binding. The school ::57-0 'score. This Is the Honor Society car, Junior school administration.They .

land on Hontoon Island, a the first census of fisheries board would still maintain sixth game that the Pan- class car sponsored by also wish to thank

few miles southwest of De- taken since 1908. The data full control of the schools thers have not been scored Mrs. Lewis, FHA Car with the following for furnish-

cover the 1963 and on. Mary Glover, 7th grade car
Johns River. year
land on the St. ing convertibles Bob
were released recently. Butch Taff lead the scor- sponsored by Mr. Daniels, :
Conned of Deland Drake
J.M. Dodge, Inc., palmer
sell the landto : m "This census shows ing in the game. He made 7th grade car with Mr. Harrell'
has offered to CHATTAHOOCHEE VICTOR Buick, Capital
2,030 commercial fish operators three touchdowns wth: runs Mathis, principal of Craw
the Park Board for $150an OR Chrysler and Plymouth
OVER SOPCHOPPYLast of 25 and 40 and ,
Miller said the in Florida 740 of yards fordville School and County and Mr.
acre. Terry Crum for
whom hire and picked off a pass in the second School Supt.Mr. Whaley
purchase will be subject to employees Friday night Chat- the Ford Mustang. They also -
f, = i account for 85 per cent of quarter and returnedit and Deputy: Sheriff car
an official appraisal of the tahoochee beat the Sop- wish to thank Miss Jackie -
BiUT 40 yards for another sherif -
ffh TD. the
the annual fish catch In the drivt.n by deput
land, and could be purchased choppy Yellow jackets bya Braren and Miss Wahda
from funds received Up; for this la the day. waters around the state. score of 33-0. Bobby Day Others scoring were Ertr. Mr. R. E. Whaley. Metcalf.

from the federal govern- -(Judges 4:14) "These larger operators sparked the Chattahoocheeteam Mathis, Hoppy Strickland, Friday night the Surior

When have 2,100 employees withan Larry Strickland and John- Class sponsored the Alumni -
ment in the condemnationof we invite the powerful to their victory,making -
John Bartram State Parkin loving action of.God into annual payroll of $8.5 three of the touchdown ny Harper field, who kicked a Supper. A very good meal CARD OF THANKSWe

for life million. 65 :S3 and 24-yard goal. Harper was served cod old class-
Vblusla County a our ,we can expect changes.We His runs were ,
kicked six
National Aeronautics and can expect movement and "Over a thousand vesselsof 50 yards, for a total of 163 the panthers extra also.points for mates met and renewed old wish to thank all our

Space Administration pro-, growth. When we are ready to five tons or more,gross yards running. Johnny Ma- All of this, made the friendships. After the moil friends and neighbors \...w

ject. become a part of a forward weight, are operated by thers scored the other two up there was a shcrt business have been so kind during
Florida's fishermen. in smashing victory over the meeting and the: all were
movement affirm this truth. touchdowns made by the the long illness of Mrs.
this respect only the statesof Trenton Tigers. adjourned to the football
t Then throughout the day keep Yellow Jackets. Lord.
This Friday night the
this invitation flowing out Alaska *and Washingtonhave Sopchoppy has been hav- panthers take on the We- field. We wish to thank them

TRICI through positive thoughts, more. ing a little bad luck this wahitchka Gators on the Band The CrawforcMll3 High for the gifts of flowers and
presented a
constructive works and orderly season, but everyone hopes Wewahltchka field chow kvhicli featuredthe pre- food and the many cards.
actions. Use this affirmation they will come home this game Thank you.
i NEED PRINTING Good luck, boys and Homecoming Court.
faithfully and open the door to Friday night with a victory. let's make it seven straightwins The Panther football

the powerful loving action of Best of luck, boys! and not scored on| team put on a very good Mr. & Mrs. Howard Lord
God. and
CALL THE NEWS Go and support the team show in the first half of the Alan4.1.1

and cheer them to victory. game. At the half; the Pan



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In the Circuit Court of the So- Second -I OCTOBER 24, 1966
Court of thit
UAHUII.A COUNTY NEWS In the Circuit Court of the Second In the Circuit
cond Judicial Circuit of Florida flo-
I IIURSDAViOCTOBER27i1966WAKULLA!! : In and ForWalmlla Coun Judicial Circuit, In and Judicial Circuit of Commissioners
For Wakulla County Florida.In rida, band ForW.kullaCoun The Board County of Wakulla

ty.No.In 1400.Chancery. Chancery. No. 1405. ty. In Chancery.No. County met this date In Crawfordville with the follow.

HELEN S. HOPKINS 1371. ing present:
Boston Warren Powell, Company, Wlllard Carter chairman George
Plaintiff, Municipal'Printing ; Young, vice-

Plaintiff, vs. Inc. I Florida corporation, chairman; William D. Walker, Ralph Strickland and JohnL

vs.Vilhelminia L. Powell JOSEPH J. HOPKINS, Plaintiff, 1. Davis, Commissioner; Moody Pearce, Clerk: w'R'

COUNTY NEWS Defendant. vs. Taff. Sheriff.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Charles Shoaf, and his unknown At the request of Mr. Ernest Roddenberry the Board
of Publication
Telephone WAtou 101t :TATE OF FLORIDA spouse, if any, Defendant. agreed on the motion of Mr. Young to put up $100.00 for
tate of Florida Toi the which Mr. Roddenberry represented
rOt Joseph J. Hopkins program ,name
Wilhelminia L. Powell, NOTICE OF SUIT

< General Strongsville Delivery, Ohio., Wellesley 20 Granite, MassachusettsYou Street IN THE( NAME OF THE STATEOF ly.Mr.. Walker moved the Board to advertised for bids for

FLORIDA: aerial photos mapping and platting and
You are hereby notified that a are hereby notified that a County reappraising -
complaint for divorce has been suit for divorce has been brought TO: Charles Shoaf, whose las. the county at 100% valuation. There was no

filed against in the Circuit against you, and you are here- known address was c/c second and Mr. Walker withdrew the motion pending the

Court of Wakulla you County, Flo- by required to file with the YMCA Central Branch, THE ISSUE IS ALWAYS wishes of the new Board in 1967.

I D. HARVEY . . .EDITOREnt.e rida, in Chancery.You are here- Clerk of the above styled Court, San Antonio, Texas, and to On the motion of Commissioner Strickland and the

by required to file (personallyor and and Lamb serve upon Home for, Rhodes Plain- the Unknown Charles Spouse Shoaf, if INTEGRITY IN second of Commissioner Young the Board approved tht:

red at Crtwfordvill\ *. Florida by attorney) with the Clerk of tiff, 102-1/2, Attorneys South Monroe whose any last known address is following Mosquito Control Amendments State No.) i
Becond claw matter Subscrip :aid Court, and send a copy of 204 $16.26 decrease 501
n Street, Tallahassee, Florida, unknown GOVERNMENTVOTE Funds increase No. # $16.26.
;ion rate: $3.00 per year Jie same to the attorney for your written Answer or other YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Local Funds: Increase No. 202 $2,846.98, decrease
written defenses
plaintiff ,
your defenses if the Complaint 201 $1,275.75 Decrease No. 203, $214.95 Decrease
to # ,
If any, to the complaint in said any, an amended complaint to FOR ;
cause, on or before October 31, in said suit on or before foreclose a mortgage executedby #204, $55.96, Decrease #206 $250.90, Decrease No. 2lJ( H

1966. Herein fall not or judg- November 28, 1966, or Decree George R. Langford and Mar- 13334.
If You Need ment by default will be enter- Pro Confesso will be taken a- ian L. Langford, his wife, Harold Motion by Mr. Strickland and seconded by Mr. Walker

>d against you.WITNESS gainst youand Judgment enter- Brown and Betty Brown hi to authorize Carmel Pelt to purchase necessary timber

Office Supplies my hand and the seal ed for the relief prayed. wife, and Wallace C. Martin for bridge to Haulover Park.
Office Furniture WITNESS my hand and seal and Mildred W. Martin, his
of said Court at Crawfordville, There being no further business coming to the atten-
Business Machines Wakulla Florida this of this Court, at Crawfordville, wife, to Lillian M. Kirch and
County, HIGHA
this tion of the Board the same was adjourned on the motion
Wakulla Florida
County, the
Set or Cell 26th day of September, 1966. assigned to plaintiff on
24th day of October, A.D,1966 following described property, of Mr. Strickland.
official seal
( )
RANEY WHALEYat /Moody Pearce to-wit: Attest: Approved:

/Moody Pearce Moody Pearce, Clerk of the Lots numbered five (S) and NEW KIND OF Moody Peare, Clerk Willard Carter, Chairman

CAPITAL OFFICE Moody Clerk Circuit Pearce Court Circuit Court, Wakulla ten ((10)) in Block "D' of the PUBLIC MAN

County, FloridaBy Town of Crawfordville, flo- .
EQUIPMENT CO. Wakulla County, FloridaJ. : Beatrice Dugger.: rida, as shown by map or > : ; .. ..
H. HudsonP. (DEM FOR GOVERNOR) : ):
Deputy Clerk plat thereof record on page ; \ :
E. ..JEfHRSm O. Box 66Crawfordville "D"of ; :, :<
102. Mallory E. Home 572 of Deed Book 'C"C ... ;
Florida 'AID POL AD ',' tJt' ; + '1..m
223 S. ND11t5TALLAHASSEE of Horne, Rhodes C Lamb the public records of Wa- .1\: '''' ''' ;'. .'"1. t,,
Attorney for Plaintiff 102-1/2 South Monroe Street kulla County, Florida.ALSO, -'. ., n" "-,. JI.
FIORIOA f. ., \:"," ,,\ '
Tallahassee Florida the following personal property SOPCHOPPY NtiVS .1 ; ;.
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Attorneys for Plaintiff to-wit: 1 model 8 It M ",

NOTICE 4tclQ27.113.10.17.NOTICE linotype machine bearing By Louise C. Sapp ': 'i..i.; '
serial number 49461r, one 1 i' \

x 15 Chandler and Price press The Rev. Wayne E. ?
sioners'of Wakulla with Kluge feeder, I Pony Thomas, wifeNancyand ,;
County appointed Miehle Press 1Miller's 17-month old
Cylinder Davidarri ved "
REALTYReg. the following to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ,
persons ,
3811. ;
trimmer #
,serve as Election Officials for that the Board of County Com- saw i from Jacksonville last . .
1 *
folder M7136
the coming November 8, 1966, missioners of Wakulla County Liberty Thursday to take up residence ..ktasw. -
Real Estate Broker General Election will receive sealed bids at the addressograph In the Methodist par p
1 1 .
#117618 file cabinet .
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Arran: Dorothy Nazworth, office of the Clerk of the Cir- sonage, and carry on tlw ; '," '
double rack all '
St. Marks Fla. type type -.
Clerk Bert Vickers cuit Court until 10:00: o'clockA. work of the :
Debra Pelt, metal and incidental former pastoi. ": .
linotype .
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Sallie M. November 7th, 1966 and
Phone 741 Harvey. composing stones reglets, the Rev. and Mrs. Jesse .,

CrawfordvilleLauvania Moore, then opened for making certain lead, ink and paper, one 26 Baker, who take up similar 1"A.
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES Clerk, Ollie Barrow, Kathryne repairs.' to HD 11 Crawler Tractor. inch paper cutter, 1 desk, 1 duties In Miami. The Tho- ;')\>.J,. -' r1 >r., e ,'.0JI

Rehwinkel Louise Gray. L. C. Smith typewriter, 1 mas's expressed their I ''' :
Spring Creek Elsa I Forbes The Board reserves the right to : '
cut off saw and all other e- for .t.-y'1 .
Associate: the warm Clerk, Doshia Hodge, Mattie reject any or all bids and awardto .. '
and ;: ;. ,
quipment supplies now welcome .Vo! ,
W. V., lUtcher, Sr. Lee Oaks, Amy Trull. the best interests of Wakulla they are receiv- .. \I ." ,
used in the operation of the ( .
ing they will be I"I
Phone U\ b-3201 Ivan Lency Spears, Clerk, County. Wakulla County News. Also r. ;." .

Iris Russ, Epsie Strickland, Nor- Board of County Commissioners 2 gas tanks, 2 gas heaters happy here. .

DAVE H'AMRICKINSURANCE man Whiddon. one window fan, all newspaper { : .

River Sink: Mary Chapman. Wakulla County, Florida files in the office and Clinton Cox of Highland ,',.: .

AGENCY Clerk, Mrs. Wooden, Clots Mae Crawfordville the subscription list to the View spent the weekend at

Laird, Mrs. Robert Strickland. 3tc-lO/20.27._ Wakulla County News his cottage here and visited -

.AUTOMOBILE! : mons Sopchopiyt, Clerk,Annie Preston Lee Trice Sim-, has been filed against you and his brother Pasco, In Wakulla County Exhibit at the North Florida Fur
you are required to file your answer Smith Creek who Is ser
Strickland Ann Title is -- W.ikulla Blue Ribbon County.
BONDS Maj. Dunlap or other pleadings to the iously ill. :

Smith Creek: Myrtle Brown, NOTICE TO BIDDERS complaint with the Clerk of the ------
CASUALTY Clerk, Ruth Langston, Minnie above styled court and serve a --

'MARINE Langston, Consuela Wilson. NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN copy thereof on the plaintiff Mr. and Mrs. Ralph FLORIDA STATE FAIR
Medarti: Viola Tully, Clerk Brown attended the monthly (
that the Board of Com- attorney Edw. J. Hill 107
FIRE Luxie Carter, Florida White County meeting of In SET FOR FEBRUARYThe
missioners of Wakulla County Midyette Moor Building Talla A.A.R.P. "1

877-3108 Sarah Whaley. will receive sealed bids at the hassee, Florida, not later than Tallahassee on Monday. 1967 Florida state Y

PHONE Panacea: Richard Khnk, Clerk, office of the Clerk of the Circuit the 7th day of November, A. C. This club will be among Fair may seem like an event -
Foster Clay, Nancy Crum, Mrs. 1966 and that '!'i fail clubs I. as :'
to do twenty In
1631 E.Tenn St. Box 1873 BenJ. Metcalf Court until November 7th, you exhibiting which Is far In the
Vereen 1966 at 10:00 o'clock A.M. so a decree pro confesso will be the special tent at the North future to but JO '
: many, opening :
TALLAHASSEE.[ ? FLA. and then opened and read fo entered against you for the relief Florida Fair, showing what day is
Newport: rapidly
demanded in the near
furnishing the following: complaintThis useful these
purposes clubs 60
St. Marks: to thousands or +:
notice shall be high school
TERRY HARRIS Wakulla 1 1967, new Pickup Truck, publishedonce stand for.
step side, with back up a week for four consecutive students and scouts from B)' Mary Whitman
Board of County Commissioners weeks in the Wakulla throughout the
2 electric wInd- County state of Florida
House The Woman's How do little French
( Hiring Itlppllancek News Society of girl "
a in Wakulla To date
newspaper '40
shield wipers and washer, Christian high "thank you very much M,. '
Wakulla Florida. Service held
County County, school
rear bumper seat belts-fresh and scouts see boh-coo"
Crawfordville Florida DONE and ORDERED Craw their annual Day of
air heater, minimum Prayer have alr .1dJ' How do little IJ '
Also>>Electric-ankets type requested Spanisl ?
!! ) ltc-10/27. H.P. 150, traffic hazard fordville, Wakulla County, Florida and Self Denial on Tuesday free admissions for their say "!lood> morning?" Boo, i'h I,' ,

switch and lamps, minimum this 30th day of September afternoon at 3:15. Mrs groups The Fair dei'ahs"
Route 1. But 34 115 inch W. B. padded dash, Lynn Crosby of Greens- held from New coloring books, titled s .

r 'I;hoppy., Florida FOR SALE: Must sell my turn signals, oil filter and HI Moody Pearce boro, who Is District Rura' through 18. February 7 It in French and Say it in SI'I/.I; / '
Clerk of the Circuit Court teach children new words il 11.1''
home have lowered sheet metal undercoating. Worker, will be the leader
Phone, IIO'22 4WOUUJ my Each ,
the II I
year Fair sends they play The gaily illustr' "
price $1000. Call Mrs. Prices to be quoted FOB Craw- Edw. J. Hill of a mission study book
invitations to pages show everyday objects 1111'I I
fordville cash on delivery.The Attorney at Law every junior
Bobby Russ at WA6-5141 Being and Doing and senior tilled In both English: and tht i I" reign
'-' Board reserves the right to 107 Midyette Moor Building high school and ,.
LIKE TO BUY after six. by Clifford W. Edwards the : language: Children can "'
reject any or all bids and to a- Tallahassee, Florida The course will Boy and Girl Scout it, say it and color It In these hr.p I .:i
from 40 to 100 acres of ward to the best interests of Wa- Attorney for Plaintiff run troops In Florida to .
four attend yourself first workbooks n nl'I' \
land in Wakulla County at LOSE WEIGHT( safelywitrDexADiet i kulla County. 4tc106.13,20,27.LINOTYPE; Thursdays and every- their State Fair as guests available at local variety'''r' '

a reasonxjle: price. Phoneor Tablets. Only p Board of County Commissioners one is Invited to come. of the Fair through "Children like to know ,II>i, .1

write Robert Lee Waff, .280 ,at K\lUt.PJ\\ 3IJZ1dC11. field trips. organized life around the world," says HI
1636 OPERATORS Mrs. Lydia isler spent Benstead. Jr., editorial direct r !
P. O. Box Wakulla County, Many schools
wanted In Florida for last week visiting a cousin and traIning Whitman Publishing Cum "I
Florida telephone no. ADVERT I ING Crawfordville, Florida per- pam
centers take
In '
manent employment by out- Waclssa. advantage Racine, Wisconsin, world's I far "
877-2167. 3tc-10/20,27,
DOESN'TCOST standing 20,000 circulation of the Fair's invitation to producer of children's book .11101 I

evening daily owned by well Myron Hodge underwent bring their classes of han- play materials "And this fa- .1.1 l
."...'...... _" tion enhances the learning i fir
'11 PAYS III! known newspaper and magazine surgery In Tallahassee children.1'1'01.ana retarded cess in dealing with 'I'I
to the
Clean University Memorial
group. Hospital last r-Ofthe language: "

Tallahassee liusiness Firms I city with excellent week and Is recovering 12,000 youngsters who visited Children do seem to learn ,,'

schools, wonderful climateand licely. Louie R, Revell Is the 1966 Fair on plan- much faster if they can man I

good working condl- a patient in the W. T. Edwards ned field day trips, approx- learning process part of II r
ben- play, but the language workb, ,'K'
ions. Many employee imately 1,000
Hospital and his'con- were ,
DIRECTORYPATIIONtZE efits Including retirement dition Is ional children except- are more than a game All ui':
liberal sick leave very serious. material has been checked .r, dapproved
plan, Free admission
and is also by a teacher in thi I'r
I hospitalization paid Vacations Mrs. Lillie Moody from extended to chaperons on mary grades in one of the r "

Open Shop. Stan Chicago Ill the basis of schools where foreign lani. ,_
and one
her adult to
work Immediately at $118 ,
T1ESE ADVERTISERSF Joe are each five children is introduced at the very our
per week. Call collect visiting Lilla'smother Planned during a the child's school career

George Doyle,Sun,Gaines Mrs. Mae Raker. field and prearranged In fact, help.yourself rn

R M rille, Florida. Area 904., day trip. The thousands books are great companion

I Phone 3781411. Happy Birthday to Ruby of young people wV children of all ages who Wllr' .
MCKenzie will attend the 1967 learn language even Eni.: '
Dt; O. I. GRAMLING 3tc-10/13.20.27. Henry Jones, Florida -
: Claxton State Fair The English workbooks, without ,I' I'
vause will
FEEDSFlint Sr., Carl leave the
1e ,Fair pales, offer valuable "owl 1
& CO. MALE Eugene McKenzie, jr., confirming what else in 1
HELP WANTED children writing, spelling, VIII' .In
-- I OR FEMALE Would liketo Willie D. Reynolds, Vanita have said In previous lary and grammar, and all in "'1''

River Mills One-Stop Senlce for hear from: pendable Vause, Jamie Crum, Glyn years that "Fai" name of, a game
I Crum are funand Help "
FeedSeedFertilizeFoultry Rosa Crum, Ellie have yourself workbook
2015 B. Monroe with car regarding great
877-1155 person -iarreU, Jeri Roddenberry educational value.lli English include Spell and I .
-R-M Ranch & Garden I Supplies opportunity to supply con Cindy Aiienture in Language and I
Center K. Strickland .
Garden Tools sumers with Ruwleigh Pro John ventures in Words for childr,f'
826 W. Gaines 2247197BakcrAlford ducts In Liberty County or C. Rudd, Jr., Kenny Revell varied aRes.ImaKlnalion.

So Adam at S.ALR.R Thomas Porter, and James '' .1
Franklin county. For information may sugge-/
Co. (rousing write Rawlai J6'i Crum. castle in Spain as adventur "
G tht lli one child or a trip' down 'II
Wngkt and RtgnlarCanerrtt / Phone 222412 IffiYA =
Th ln>h Ho"e, Block FLJ-220-518, Memphis, Glad to see Sonny Bar- Mississippi as fun for another I II'
foi' Tenn. one corner of the playroon I
Aixvthmt. your auto, truck wick home after
Hanson Wood and spending child with ""rej
or trntti Alxo fur your power 5t-10/20ll/3,17,12/l,8. a workbook can
some time In
lawnninwor and much fur your hoe! Inc. Bay Pines I language a pleasant game.

boat. Hospital at St. Petersburg, PN ., I 1
S. Adams St,
at Pointt
N. ctoiiw! St. Fla
208 Ph. 222:! 3380 .
T.I| 222 6840 P. O. Box 661 "It Is difficult

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appetite for student's
knowledge "

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Games hobbies

214 8. Adam St. Tel 221,.4680 Baby Acetinnir. I THE '1AKULLA COUNTY "You
133 N. Monroe St. Ph, 2&114C I PHONE 385-1161" Tallahassee" Fla. NEWS can't clear your own
fields while you're counting

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; Today thru Sat. Today thru sat.Screen's .
the If'
many sport fishermen ,
thought of a cane pole Is akin to I .t
the feeling of an opera fan when : Most 'KHARTOUM''FANTASTIC
subjected to a session of "rock : VOYAGE Starring
and roll music. r
However when considered In i Times: Charlton Heston
T-BONE LB. 79cPCN terms of popularity, the cane pole e. 1 :30. 3:30 5:30, 7:30,9:30 Laurence Olivier
probably draws as many admtreri
in the fishing world as the rock
and roll crowd does among music ,
The cane pole deserves a btltei 1 -1
reputation than it generally re PIBRT HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN
tehfs. claim the fishing exports at '
cs4I'Ic. :Mercury outboards Besides being
the best angling! tool for toil
filers this unadorned chunk oltakutU al Today thru Sat. Today thru Sat
: tan produce fish undet y
the most ililluult situations when
NAVY vs. NIGHTMONSTERS' Jerry Lewis, Janet Leighj
wiilded with a knowing hand. .,
The cane pole artist must of vt i7 '3 ON A COUCH-
course exercise his talents In a ,11APALACHICOLA
radius limited to about two times 'WOMEN of the Anthony Quinn
the length of his pole But within r REHISTORIC PLANET'Claudia Cardinale
this area he an achieve perfect LOST COMMAND
casting control and handle the JESSE JAMES MEETS Rod Cameron
lure with a delicacy and precisionthat
eludes many other fishermen. Stephen McNally
The cane poler can plop a plug 'REQUIEM FOR ADRACULA'
'BILLY the KID vs. -
or dangle a Mv with unmatched GUNFIGHTERi
accuracy If a toss goes sltghth
OX TAILS. . . ., LB. . . 45 astray it cun be yanked back II
without touching the water mil
GOLD CROSS the error erased Retrieves can t h. *, ,
zigzaged over a wide area with\ \ \
tantalizing flourish Dappling ihi
EVAPORATED MILK..2 CANS..33 surface with the lure is another .
cane pole technique nearly impossible
LINDY PEAS. . . .2 CANS. . lit to duplicate with other GIRL NAMED MISS FLORIDA SEAFOOD

GIANT BREEZE. . . . . 79a (:sane pole; Itching is far more ., .. ,
than just bobbers and worms, remind Miss Wanda smith of Apalachicola has been named "
NABISCO PRIDE COOKIES..49DELMONT46 the :Mercury folks, HO gi\r Miss Florida Seafood and will reign as queen of the Ap- \>J
it another look or perhaps even alachicola Seafood Festival on November 5. "
oz. CAN !the it air,. lou might start ,
Miss Smith, an 18-year-old 'reshman at Florida 'f
catching fish in those dillicult
State University, is the daughter of Apalachicola boat l
had to i
.3.CANS..99 places >ou formerly pass
up and that alone makes a good builder Roy V. Smith and Mis. Smith.
'fa,,'" for rane'" The petite blonde beauty queen is scheduled to mace: what's
HUDSON NAPKINS. 200 COUNT. 29rf publicity in the Bend
appearances Big area prior to the

BANANAS. . . .2 LBS. . 254H' festival.
My Neighbors The public Is Invited to enjoy a free mullet dinner and : lit this picture ?
participate In festival events, which Include tours of
f historic Apalachicola, contests and a dance.
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SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVEPIGOTrS -rnl ;. Phone 697.3366 o ?

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to relax.:' SERVING WAKULL4 'COUNTY lO v 0aevarweallr

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Talquin Electric$1000 Cooperative REWARD Inc. hereby JCATCH ONE OF THESE :I A dryer!

authorizes a reward in ths sum of $1000 to
You know how much time
anyone furnishing information leading to the

arrest and conviction of person or persona and work your'washer

stealing wire from its power lines or com- 15'lN BOUNDSOf saves you. A Nameless

mitting malicious destruction to any of its electric dryer does

I tin or property. Please report any information 1 just as much.< Isn't it

to the local sheriff or to the Cooperative time to complete

Your Budget! : your home laundry?

Do it before Nov. 30

i and if you're one of our

customers, we'll guarantee'

In Anyone's Judgement 1.,: you'll)) love it-and

give you a Sunbeam

: I tbj jpp Call Alford Chevrolet! i KITCHEN CLOCK PREEI

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Lot #2.1414 J. Monroe P Pr
Lot # I-327 N Adams Ph. 222.5656 3 r la

Phone 224.3211 1959 Chevrolet. $495 a t56 ? 6.5 + ;
OKUSED beat: door impels hardtop, roan
1965 Chevrolet. $1995 i mebo, raatlaalruatraelraalrol
Bel Air 4 dr. V-l. radio, heater
automatic factory air condition- CARS 1963Chevrolet. $995
tog ono owner with low mileage Station Wagon, 4 door with economical

1965 Po n. Temp $1995 BYALFORDS honed'6 cylinder engine and air stand condi 1 Save time any time .
4 doer radio heater automatic t

idt4wfllt4: : : clean tranim.Micn with low one mil..owner|t. sacra 1961 Falcon . $395 Dry your clothes electrically'round
2 door with' itralfht thlft trana-
'65 Chev II Nova $1395 millIon and ( cylinder *nfin*. the clock I
4 door with VI radio' heater: radio haterautomaha
Iranimtulon one own- 42 YEARS
1964 Chevrolet $1795
.r. extra clan
SERVICE Impola 2 door hardtop VI engine es
1965 Rambler $1595 OF ,, radio. .. heater automatic,
lran ml ii"n paceconditioned.teerinf
2 door radio neater automatic power brake. Air .
clean one owner

Chev $995 1965 Chevrolet. $1995
62 Impala #
Belur 4 door I cylinder .nlln.
4 door hardtop, V'a. radio .heater, .
automatic extra clean BOTH FOR t OT YOtfl' OPFV! rnNVFNIENCEFamous : Til.t. 1 no P J and economical, radio. heater. standard. tranamillion 71 /t W 1f1/'GORtf< fi

1957 Cadillac. $395 OK Quality 1963 Chevrolet $1495Impala
4 door hardtop, radio, heater automatic 1 1-Year G-W WarrantyLONG 2 door hardtop solid ted f FLORIDA.
power altering power V"S engine" radio, heater
brakes Real Sharp TRADESautomatic.: kPOWERCORPORATION., "

1 1963 Chevrolet $995 EASY TERMS 1964 Ford . $1295 :k

I cylinder 4 door,, heater, automatic .. Station wagon 4 rinor straight ,..
low mU. ,
one owner shin radio heater. VI engine rtx*n r* XHMWIOMt*MKMC CO Mr

1958 Ford . $895| ..
LEONFEDERAL 2-;" dna Dump Reconditioned Truck. V/.throughout with J *MONEY-BACK GUARANTEEFROM


ALFORD Any of our customers who buys 240-volt

," electric dryer from a cooperating store,
between Oct. 1 and Nov 30,receives from
Florida Power Corporation Guarantee ofSatisfaction
SAVINGSTALLAHASSEE 'O. which, if presented within 30
days after installation on our lines, entitles
CHEVROLET 'v buyer to a refund of purchase price and

.. removal of dryer without charge. That's
how sure we are that you'll be delightedwith

fWff ;CONVENIENT Ofrtcil, "Serving The Big Bend For Over 40 Years" electric drying'III" .

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II .111 !I I.L%lA L"L'.i.l.1l1JlIL; : !" i J.I

discussing the proposed M A
program, Rep. Burt Talcott
//19' (R.-Calif.) says: "It could be 1
the most devastating!'encroach- NEW INVENTIONPURIFY
ment by the federal central i
bureaucracy upon the func-
MAIL EARLY tions of local gnvprnment, pri- CITY OR WELL
vate enterprise ,
freedom yet concocted by the Why lat,your family drink "d"., ,
federal planners" Talcott says ly. bad lattma walar whto itto '
any to "FiTtar All" your lawatar
these new federally built townscan without ', or a: 3
dltivaiwiih amazing MtarinubManca WAY
only "sap the vitality of ( mada ol fOO% na"
established towns and com ural malarial Simple nawracommandftd ant.
by laadmgtar w.
L munities." Pollution control laboratoriaattacha .
riM to your tauc
In sacondftridt your w.' 01
tha lluorlda.chtorina and or. ntapuntiat
WHAT'S LUXURY-Rep. that pique U. co't
i1 5 k folk. Spaclal wall watar flit
Catherine May (R ) available for ramoving Ireaubatanca : by INationally
questions the Administration m.n.on..end unpl..nl Known
common to "coo Laboratory
suggestion that housewivesbuy try watar" For only. taw cana r. Specializing In
fewer luxury items to uraak your. dallcloua I family claar anfoyt oata purahaalthful. :. ItlrTnalmentn
counter soaring food prices. tar nature...,. ever Intandadt:2 month Oniinal. Rtfill' e1..
USE "If you judge foods by their food ovar 6 months.
prices, they are all luxury
items," she says, adding that // for Any Rrtm Yon Are Not S.li.fittlRfl. With 10 P.y for Money Bck!
"neither Mr. Freeman nor Mr. Mail this Convenient Coupon Today!

THE ABSENTEE VOTE ZIP Johnson that the can housewives convince anyone or the Huh ..!a,! "city wrtarflnar__T_"..'.." ENCLOSE PERMA-CORE CORP.Od.rt .

Absentee votes ran and do make the differencein farmers are to blame. If they .y C I 921-29 N. Third
Texas 0 I
want the reasons for inflation, AdormCiy. M. 0._ Conroe
elections. In 1910 the Governor of Kansas
many they have only to look at their Stm 2ip. Wry No CODJ AIR MAIL add II 1.00
won reelection, with the absentee ballots giving CODEMy own wasteful spending pro. ONLY $9.95 COMPLETE MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
him the margin of victory.In grams."

1960 hunardiixon] carried the State of Cali. _.-oil'

fornia by the margin of the absentee vote. "

Today there are over a million Americans out. t t
hide the continental limits of the United States. c These Florida

:Many of them are of voting age, and only temporarily Neighbors ? x
out of the country-in the military service,

on assignments from their employers, or just traveling CongressionalEnthusiastically _.;rsW
for pleasure.One .

out of five Americans changes his domicile W ,

every >ear. Many of these people not yet qualifiedto .
vote in their new location may still vote by absentee -
ballot here they used to live by virtue of &0\\
property ownership or other legal consideration.Now :\ Endorse

is the time to determine in all states (except
Rhode Island' here it's already too late)
whether you and other members of your family ""' .
may need to cast an absentee ballot. If you're goingto
be away at voting time, make arrangements at "Careful where you step-
city !hall to obtain the forms to fill out to get the their my pet exercise mice are" out getting
necessary absentee ballots to assure! a 100% vot
I To the Voters of Florida:
record in each family.
ing Florida needs experience and unity In government; experience in order to

Insure that the great forward thrust of our state can be continued in safe and sure
hands and unity so that all of Florida's magnificent resources can continue to be

developed through team effort. As Governor, Bob High can provide both. He

offers long and effective experience as Mayor of Florida's largest city. As a f Demo
Enjoy the benefits of.computer .
crat he can best work with predominantly Democratic city, county and state governments *

with the state legislature, the congressional delegation, and the National

Administration to encourage needed developmental programs.

Respectfully submitted
accuracy and electronic banking.

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Banking Hours: I' ::;
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Monday thru Thursday 9 to 5 odL..
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.' Friday ........ 9 to 6:30 DANTE FASCEL, Me
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L' tiI.J; -..2........&:II, "'.., THE ISSUE IS ALWAYS

f '''Integrity in Government"

f R.m.mb.r the name of our bank th. next time you',.

; looking far-Full Banking 5.ryiCS.! Many fin. peopl. dol VOTE


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