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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: November 3, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
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Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
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VOLUME 49 NUMBER 9 CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA 32327 THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1968 PRICE lOt PER COPY

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COMMISSIONER WALKER CANCER SOCIETY NEWS MACLAY GARDENS OPEN COUNTY SWINE SHOW
IKAYS I,
RECEIVES APPOINTMENTThe who THROUGH APRIL SET FOR NOV. 12 ". '
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V.J. Skutt, the man
built the largest individual The beautifully land- The First Annual Wakulla 'THE ISSUE 'i f '... .\ ,
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letter wai
following health Insurance companyin scaped acres of Maclay County Swine Show will r
received last week b> the world, will head the Gardens State Park north be held Saturday, November "
County Commissioner William nation wide 1967 educational of Tallahassee are open 12, at the Wakulla 1i",
D. Walker of Craw- and fund raising crusadeof for the blooming season, County Livestock Pavilion. .. ,""" '

fordville.- the American Cancer October 1 through April The show will begin at 9:00: .' .'cr.'f' ..
Dear Commissioner Society. He Is V. J. Skutt, 30, State Parks DirectorBill a.m. with the Judging of H1GR P- '
Walker: Chairman of the Board and Miller has announced, pens of market hogs at h ;11fv.: .
It Is with a great deal oi Chief Executive Officer of The gardens, begun as 10:00 a.m. The youth show \
pleasure that I appoint you Mutual of Omaha Insurance landscaping for a countty will begin with all 4-H and
ter Resources committeefor Company. Mr. Skutt will home by the late Alfred B. FFA single entry hogs being .4 w L ;
the year 19661967. succeed award winning actor Maclay and donated to the Judged followed by the J a
The functions of your Gregory Peck,who was state by Mrs. Maclay in adult single entry show.
committee, according tc the 1966 Crusade Chair- 1953, feature many rare Mr. Bob Dunn, Superin-
the SACC Constitution anc and exotic plants in a set- tendent of the Swine Evaluation
By Laws, are recorded lr man.The announcement was ting of native vegetation. Center in Live Oak,
Article IV. Section 3 (g) received this week by the Peak of the blooming will be the official Judge
as follows: Society's Florida State season at the gardens is for the swine entries of both
Water Resources Committee Division headquarters lr generally from the middleof the youth and adult show and!
shall be composedof Tampa. March until the middleof Mr. James Revell, Voca-
fifteen members. This Mr. Skutt has been engaged April, but a few camel- tional Agriculture Teacher
committee shall make a In numerous civicandcharltableactlvltles lias add bright touches as from Greensboro, will be
continuing study of drain- and early as October, continu- the showmanship Judge
age, the powers and responsibilities was Instrumental in estab- ing through the winter There will be trophies pre
of countiesIn lishing the Mutual of oma- months when the huge col- sented to the persons ex.
relation thereto, the acquisition ha Criss Award for out- lection is at its best. hibiting the Grand ChampIon -
of rlghuofwaystherefor contributions in Redbud and Japanese and Reserve
standing Championhog
methods of fi- the fields of health and/or magnolia take over in early selected from the sin- Working at the Robert King High for Governor Headquarters -
the same and other award has been followed in Crawfordvllle, are Albert Moore, V. L.
safety. This February, by a- gle entries. The best youth
relate Cooper, Bobby Clayton Taff and
shall Posey,
It Moody Pearce.
matters.
presented to such notablesas zaleas (there are six solid showman will receive a
make a continuing study of Dr. Howard Rusk for acres) iris, dogwood, silver showmanship trophy and
waterways, water boundaries his work in rehabilitating bell and crabapple.A the best adult showman will SMITH CREEK NEWS
riparian rights, and the handicapped Dr. Jonas bit later, mountain be awarded a rosette. C'VILLE FFA PLACES By Mrs. Helen KyleA
water resources, including Salk, the late Dr. ThomasA. laurel, prominently featured The sale of all market SECOND AND THIRD IN CRAWFORDVILLE I
recreational aspects Dooley and J. Edgar in the landscaping, hogs will begin at 3:00 p. NORTH FLORIDA FAIR PERSONALS sing was held at the
thereof, the laws governingthe Hoover. In 1965,the covet- comes into its own, and the m. following the Judging of Mt. Elon Baptist Church
same and the powers ed award was presented to dayllly collection shows its all classes. Mr. Wayne The Crawfordvllle FFA Mr and Mrs. Raymond last sunday. [the program
and responsibilities of former actor William Gar- tawny colors. Henry, Livestock Manager Chapter received a Red Harvey and daughter, Lisa consisted of songs and music -
counties in relation thereto gan. Gargan, who lost his The rare Torreya tree, from Quincy, will auctionthe Ribbon for Second place Susie Ann, moved to Tallahassee by former members and
the relationship of the voice because of cancer, first propagated here at pigs at this sale and with their chapter exhibitat over the weekend. friends as well as present ,
counties and state in the has since worked selfless Maclay Gardens, is repre- several packer buyers will the North Florida Fair Their new hume Is locatedon members of the church. A i
regulation thereof and the ly with the American Society sented by some 600 specimens be on hand to place bids. last week. Pepper Drive. good time singIng wan had t
improvement of Inland and traveling thousands of various ages and The Swine Show is the Much time and work it by all present. i
coastal waterways and o- of miles annual to "bringthe sizes. first in Wakulla County spent In preparing an FFA Miss Lettle Harvey visited -
ther related matters. It message of hope" to Areas lixe the Secret and an in nation is extended Chapter exhibit. her parents, Mr. and Miss Vickie Kyle a student ,
shall make a continuing those who have been afflicted Garden, the Fern Garden, to all Interested persons The title of rile theme Mrs. Hay wa"d Harvey over at Chipola Junior College ,
study of the powers and with the disease, or the Reflecting Pool, pre- to attend the show and sale :Df the exhibit was "Togo- the weekend. spent the weekend with i
responsibilities of countiesin who may dread its conse- sent ever changing vistas Saturday November 12. :her Through the Years". her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
regard to conservationof quences.In across lush southern veg- It tells the story of the beginning Mr. and Mrs. W. R. liar- J. C. Kyle, jr. i
all natural resources, accepting the chair- etation, and birds of many of Vocational Agri- per and Mrs. Edwin sives
the relationship of the state manship for 1967Mr.Skutr kinds inhabit the gardens WAKULLA NEWS culture In Public Schools of Atlanta, Georgia, were An unusual treat wan given -
and counties in relation said, 'Today, some 2,000,' making a quiet walk even 1917 with the enactment o visiting Mr. and Mrs J. W. to the aged and shut-in
thereto and other related 000 men and women ar more enjoyable. By Mrs. Ralph Masters he Smith Hughes Act. Harper last week. Monday night, by the Junior
matters. contributing freely of their Adjacent to the garde The Methodist Ladles Vlthin a few years Vo-Ag raining( Union class of the
The first meeting of this services to help fight this portion of the park, the met at the church, Tues- lepartment began organizing CORRECTIONIMr! ant Mt. Elon Baptist Church
committee Is scheduled for vicious disease through is a picnic and fishing are day a.m. at 10:00. A projecthas "Agricultural clubs". Mrs. Galveston Alexander and their leader, Mrs. Anna -
Gainesville next Januaryon yearround programs of on Lake Hall that is opei been selected for each Then in 1928 the Future do not live in Coral Gables Joan lirlnson, accom-
the day prior to the education, research and all year around. There is A monthly meeting and the Farmers of America, or Florida. They still make panied by Rev and Mrs.
Short Course for County patient services. Thousands boat, ramp, but only boats ladies of the community are "F.F.A.was officially or- their home here In Craw Flury. Homemade cookies
Commissioner, the exact of these volunteers without motors are all&w.don nvlted to Join them. Thfrroup ganized. The FFA becam 5, fordvllle. Mr. Alexanderwas and candy was given out,
date, time and place to be participate In annual educational eM lake.Entrance. meets the first Tuesday the national organization working In Coral Gables the boys and girls would
announced later. and fund raising fee during th in each month. for boys studying Vocation- the week before the not accept treats. What a
Citizens of Wakulla Crusades so that these programs season when the garden 11 Agriculture in public Homecoming. Sorry about wonderful group of boys
County may bring any can be expanded and are open is $1.03 per car, We have justlearned that schools.It that mistake. and girls to think of others.
problems they have which intensified to help save and the boat launching fees! Mr. Jimmy Gwlnn,has been also tells how Vo-Ag After their visits they returned -
has to do with the dutiesof more lives. I am proud to Is SO cents. The gardens called to Montgomery because and FFA became an intra- to Mrs Hrinson'n
this committee to Mr. Join with these dedicated open at 9 a.m. and close at of the illness of hit currlcular activity within and enjoyed refreshments.
Walker, and he will pass people, to share in their sundown.For sister We trust he found the schools. Classroom 'FAX NOriCF.SMAII.FD
same on to the committee. endeavors and do what I further information her better and that she will textbooks, project record The Tax Office reported Rev. Flury has Just returned -

MNNNCRAWFORDVILLE may to help support this" contact the Florida park soon recover. books, FFA manuals, officer mailing out 6,340 tax not- from a tour of south
great humanitarian cause. Board Tallahassee, or th station markers with ices. The books are now ripen HorldJ.llcwaHRllCaklngtoChurcheH
TAKES park superintendent, AlfredB. Mr. andMrs. Ralph Mas- their duties w-rj used to for the collection. of In behalf of the
FIRST LOSS Maclay Gardens State ten entertained with a buf- tell the relationship of vocational here! taxes. Florida Baptist Children's
4-H GIRLS PARTICIPATEIN Park, 3540 ThomasvllliBoad fet supper on Saturday ev- Agriculture and Pay your taxes early and Homes In Lakeland and Mlarnl. -
The Crawfordvllle pan- Jflpahaafle: *. ening. Those present were: of Am- dlnc .
JUDGING EVENT the Future Farmers save your 410) >unt.
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thers took their first loss Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bes- erica In the school 1( he (purpose of the trip .
last Friday night when they One girls' Judging team CARRABEllE WINS OVER wick, Personnell Director pro- wart not only to tell tic! :

played Wewahltchka. The represented Wakulla County SOPCHOPPY 14 12 U. S. Penitentiary, Atlanta. gram.Then on Saturday, a needs of the homes, but o:
game was played on Wewa- in the Home Judging E- Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Calvi of FFA boys return- the great works being done "
hitchka's field. The Gatorsof vent at the North Florid/ Carrabelle won over Foster, Chief Engineer, U group id to the Fair to enter the In the homes for the care
Wewa won over the Pan- Fair on Saturday, Octobe. Sopchoppy last Friday night S. P. Atlanta, Mr.and Mr FFA Farm Judging Con- of the children.
thers with a score of 24- 29, 1966. The members oi with the score of 14-12. John T. Foster, Leaven tents. The team ;cormlftttd
this Judging team were TheSopchoppy Yellow worth Kansas, Dr. Henry I j -
23.Until of Duane Gowdy Jerry ,
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this game the Pan Mary Glover Linda Golden Jackets were leading with Bosshard, Chief Medical Caruthers and Joe IIarrell. t6\
them had not been score Janet Nazworth, and the score of 6-0 until Terry Officer, U. S. P. Atlanta, These several ,.
for the 'season.This no Faircloth threw a 48 yard boys spent .
on Se enl Smith. Ga., Mr. F. T. Wilkinson hours after school to .
the Panthers record to Mike Barns for a Director of Corrections pre .
puts There were 23 Judging pass themselves for the t iL"
6 wins and loss. teams from North Florida TD. Mike Doss made a State of Missouri, Jefferson pare content.

The Gators came from counties participating in three yard run for Carra- City, Mo., and Mr. and The Judging content Included -
behind in the at the belle's othr Touchdown. Mrs. Stewart
scoring the Home Judging Event. Ray Captain, Beef Cattle 1 Dairy
half with the score 21-6, The counties who place Billy Ray Sanders made F. C. I. Tallahassee, Flor- Cattle Swine poultry,
,
!Panthers favor, to win the first second and third, both of Sopchoppy's TD's ida.
Oats Corn Silage and I l.iy.
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game with 24-23. were Franklin Jackson and one In the first quarter and, Again the Crawfordvllle
The Gators scorers were Baker, respectively.This the other In the third. Mr. and Mrs. E. J.Weth- Chapter of FFA was well
Ken Summer, Ira Fore- was Wakulla coun- This puts the Yellow erington and children spent :Vcl
represented by placing
hand. Panthers' scorers ty's first opportunity to Jackets record for the season last weekend InLenoxGa.,
In a group of 25 team H from
Ducky so far,061. The Car- friends and rela-
were Dutch Taff participate in the Home visiting throughout North I'-lorida.I .
Perrell and David Harvey. Judging Event at the Norrt rabelle Green Devils have tl veSt 'I I the team scored WIJCJlolntB )(
Johnny Harper kicked 3 Florida Fair Although W 11. 34.This out of a possible
extra points for the pan- kulla County's Judging team Friday night the Mrs. Lennie Oliver .Is 1200.
thers. did not place in the top Jackets take on Sneadn spending some time with Saturday afternoon the
This Friday night the three, the Judging team dida played on the Sopchoppyfield. her daughter, Mrs. Jlmm Award Program at the
panthers take on Keystone good JOQ and reprmunrec Game time in 8X Gwinn. We are so happy Chapter received a ,PurpleRosette ;
Heights on Keystone' our county well. p.m. Come on out and cheer that Mrs. Oliver is able t<<< and a check for ;
Indivi- team to VICTORY.NEED be after her
field. Highest scoring your out visiting 12.00. Each boy on the
Best of luck, Panthers. dual on our county team war long Illness. team received an Indivi-
Come home with another Linda Golden. to dual ribbon for bin effort.
VICTORY. Congratulations Mr.
and Mm. Fred Oliver, Jr., __
who have Just moved Into Wakulla New 54 e '.. S/rv..ebMnt -
their lovely new home. We .
OPENERThn '..
SP cE INS -pi OYSTER just wish. them much hap- Mr and MrR. Arthur r-- w1'h.A
P car wn PirIr nwrd of tlCNTING7 plncHfl and know they will O'aln: 01 Tampa spent last
oyBU-r-ojwninK
have many yearn of gracious weekend with Mr andPArs. .I SecfJIIII 1'1lee' Wlnlll'l, In .
iiiwl 21\ North
In 2 minute wroncln I
100 hlorldt
MOON wan...& In I'lM!! >>X a n-n living there. The Oliver W. J. Smith and fjllly. .'' :tllah l/'lHce. 111e I title, IIf 'the exhibit' was ':I I.Vo1'r' In
through ?
tSJUrRlAur, In HiiirritKroner) CALL THE NEWS have three children, the Vc.n'- 'Il111"JL
!I'am, Jed and Mark.






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WAKULLA COUNTY. FLORIDA OFFICER

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GENERAL ELECTION, OFFICIAL BALLOT INITIALS ISSUING OF


WAKULLA COUNTY. FLORIDA *"* OFFICER

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I.. PRECINCT NO.NOVEMBER,

8, 1966 .
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BALLOT


GENERAL ELECTION


'SAMPLE: BALLOT WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA

NOVEMBER 8, 1966

PRECINCT NO.

To vet for a person whose name Is printed on the ballot, place a cross (X'mark) In the square at the RIGHT of the name of /

CONGRESSIONAL I the person for whom you desire to vote. To vote for a person whose name Is not printed on the ballot write his name In the blank ... I

soace provided for that Duroose. No' 7
CONSTITUTIONAL !

Representative In Congress JUDGE. DISTRICT COURT OF At PEAL PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL ARTICLE V, SECTK AMEM
SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 1 Commissioner, Florida Public JUDICIAL, County Judges Ct..
First District Group B AMENDMENTSMark an amendment Articlt. V
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Si
for One Service Commission Group 2
Vote
( ) (Vote for One) State Constitution providing that
j jtJAROLD (Vote for One) a cross (X) mark in the square at the shall provide the number of Co
\ \ t RIPHT for the Amendment or against the each county and the monetary
DON FUQUA (Dam) DONALD K. CARROLL (Dem) I Amendment. cases at law in County fudges
JERRY W. CARTER Dem( ) the requirement that County J
IIILL (Rep) 1-\\ H No.lCONSTITUTIONAL licenses.FOR .


I-I I ;! ARTICLE XVII AMENDMENT SECTION 2 TO THE AMENDMENT

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LEGISLATIVE METHOD OF REVISING CONSTITUTION.
STATE First District Group C Proposing an amendment to Article: XVII, Section AGAINST THE AMENDMENT
(Vote for One) STATE SENATOR 2 of the State Constitution providing that
any revision of the Constitution as adopted by
Governor Fifth Senatorial District convention shall be submitted to the electors at No. ft
(Vote for One) S\\1 SPECTOR I' I the next general election. CONSTITUTIONAL AMEN
(fDem
) (Vote for ) ARTICLE V, ADDING: A

One'I I I JUDICIAL, Selection discip
ROBERT KING HIGH (Dem) I I I I FOR THE AMENDMENT and removal of Justices and
IIPI. DAVIS (Dem) Proposing an amendment to A
n State Constitution providing res
CLAUDE R. KIRK, JR. (Rep) First District Group D HSTATE AGAINST TIlE AMENDMENT I Lions to hold the offices of Justir,
R Court, Judge of a Distri, (our:
(Vote for One) Circuit Judge; providing for rr
No.2CONSTITUTIONAL of 70; providing method of dJ
SENATOR matlc involuntary)' retiring or r
JOHN S. BAWLS (Dem) Senatorial District AMENDMENT TO viding for a Judicial Qualificatu
_jneral Eight
Attorney v
ARTICLE VIII, ADDING SECTION 6A
(Vote for One) (Vote for One)
EDUCATION, Terms and Employment of Appointive FOR THE AMENDMENT
Superintendents of Public Instruction.

EARL FAIRCLOTH (Dem) I MALLORY 1I01\'E (Dem)' Section Proposing 6A an of amendment the State to Constitution Article VIII providing, Adding AGAINST THE AMENDMENT

i in counties authorized to appoint a Superintendent
ELLIS S. RUBIN (Rep) CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE i of Public Instruction, the Superintendent shall No 9CONSTITUTIONAL
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT serve at the pleasure of the Board provided that
-i il I the Board may enter into a contract of employment AMEN
i Group No. One which shall not extend beyond the Thirtieth ARTICLE V, SFCTH(
(Vote for One) day of June in the year in which I the, terms ofa JUDICIAL, Hillsborough Co.
MEMBER STATE HOUSE OF majority j of the Members of the Board shall State Attorney and County Sol
State Treasurer REPRESENTATIVES expire; providing that the Superintendent shall an amendment to Article V.., S'
Vote for One) W. MAY WALKER (Dem) not be commissioned by the Governor, but shall State Constitution providing tha
( WAKULLA COUNTY be required to file bond. Tuesday after the first Monday
there shall be separate office
Group One Attorney of the Thirteenth Jud
BROW ARD WILLIAMS (Dem) (Vote for One) FOR THE AMENDMENT I Prosecuting Attorney or County
Criminal Court of Record; oroti
JOSEPH S. ASECKO ) ment of assistants; prescribing-
(Rep AGAINST
Group No. Two MILEY MIERS (Dem) ]r--l I THE AMENDMENTNo. ers; providing for spporttojimei
I
(Vote for One) -

3 FOR THE AMENDMENT

HUGH M. TAYLOR (Dem CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO
LEGISLATIVEState ) ARTICLE VI, SECTION 1
MEMBER STATE HOUSE Of AGAINST THE AMENDMENT
ELECTORS Qualifications to vote in Presi.
Senator REPRESENTATIVES dential Election. Proposing an amendment to
DISTRICTVote Article VI, Section 1 of the State Constitution, No 10
SIXTH SENATORIAL WAKULLA COUNTY providing that the Legislature may provide for CONSTITUTIONAL A E.ARTICl.E .
( for One) Group Two voting in national elections for President and V '
Group No Three Vice-President of the United States by persons
(Vote for One) who have become residents of the State, but JUDICIAL, Orange County
L. P. 'Pete' fiUJSON (Dem) (Vote for pne) who have not yet fulfilled residency requirements Peace Districts. Proposing a'
icf electors; removing the requirement that Article V of the State Oxmstiti
I BEN C. WILLIS (Dem) DONALD L. TUCKER (Dee) naturalized citizens must present their natural. the Board of County Commies
KEITH WHEELER (Rep) ization certificate when registering. County to revise the boundaries
the!
of the Peace District m
referendum upon resolution p*
FOR TilE AMENDMENT I I published notice; providing thai
- trict shall be dissolved except s

STATE SENATOR Group No four COUNTY AGAINST THE AMENDMENT I I'I INo vided by law. y


-NTY-FIFTV SENATORIAL DISTRICT (Vote for One) FOR THE AMENDMENT__ _
COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2 4CONSTITUTIONAL
(Vote for One)
(Vote One) AMENDMENT TO
GUYTE P. McCORD, JR. (Dem ) for ARTICLE XVI, SECTION 12 AGAINST THE AMENDMENT

SAM TEAGUE (Dem) STATE FLAG Proposing an amendment to
HUGH McCALLISTER (Dem) Article XVI, Section 12 of the State Constitu No II
tion providing that the State Flag shall conform AMEN
with standard commercial sizes, CONSTITUTIONAL
ROBERT F. MUNROE (Rep) portions and description. prescribes pro- ARTICLE XVI SECT''
CONDEMNATION OF PRO'
STATE Proposing an amendment to Art
FOR TilE AMENDMENT '--I 29 of the State Constitution pro)
JUDICIAL condemnation of property Jury i
Secretary of State COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 4 of twelve jurors m a cur
I
Justice of the Supreme Court, (Vote for One) (Vote for One) AGAINST THE AMENDMENT I jurisdiction.FOR .

Group No. 1

(Vote for One) I I JAMES TAYLOR (Dem) No. 5CONSTITUTIONAL THE AMENDMENT
TOM ADAMS
(Dem) AMENDMENT TO
II ARTICLE VIII ADDING
SECTION 24
AGAINST THE AMENPMFN1No.!
CAMPBELL THORNAL (Dem) ilComptroller I torate HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Giving elec
power to provide for consolidation of
municipal and county governments of Hills- 12
borough .County. Proposing an amendment to AMEN
SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT NO. I Article VIII, adding section :24 of the State CONSTITUTIONAL ADDING: S.:
(Vote for One) Constitution, providing that the electors of Hills. ARTICLE III.
Justice of the Supreme Court, (Vote for One) borough County be granted the power to adopt LEGISLATIVE, Special: "u.i ar'
FRED O. "BUD"DICKINSON a Charter for a government which shall exercise tlon purposes: Proposing an
of
2
No. M
Group any and all powers for county and tide III, adding Section
JR. (Dem) NELTON JERNiGAN (Dem) municipal that the i
(Vote for One) purposes which the Constitution or the Legisla stitution providing "No
ture has conferred upon the county, or meet on the first Tuesday
any
PlantlCityhnd/or preserving to the electors General Election for the purpoij

STEPHEN C. O'CONNELL (Dem) of to consolidate the governments Temple Terrace of those the munici right No swearing other in business new members shall'be tra

of Public palities with the consolidated -
State Superintendent Tamp and Hillsborough TSSonS
County
by
Instruction SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT NO. 3 vote of the electors of Plant City or Temple FOR THE AMENDMENT _

(Vote for One) (Vote for One) Terrace become, respectively: ; providing for a charter to
effective
of the Court only
Justice Supreme upon by a AMENDMENTNo. ]
majority of electors of the county voting AGAINST THE
Group No. 3 BOBBY POSEY ( )
(Vote for One) FLOYD T. CHRISTIAN (Dem) FOR 13
-THE AMENDMENT I
U'.l CONSTITUTIONAL AMEN
ARTICLE IX. ADDING: :S'

RICHARD ERVIN (Dem) 8 AGAINST TilE AMENDMENT I TAXATION Exemption-adding! -P See' i

ment to Article IX.
Commissioner of Agriculture providing' "
SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT NO. 5 State Constitution ,
(Vote for One) (Vote for One) CONSTITUTIONAL No S commodities and merchandise a c
AMENDMENT TO a. stock: In trade or Invento'.t ,
ARTICLE V, SECTION 7. ADDING be exempted In part :

DOYLE CONNER (D.m) 1-1 EDISON RODDENBERRY (Oem II I amendmentGto SUBSECTION County (4) as personal may prescribe.or tangible properiltore _

Article V. Section 7 addin': aD
Sub-
I section ((4)), of the State Constitution
that the Legislature providing AMENDMENT
may require County FOR THE
to be a Member of the Florida Judea
Bar
in
by.special counties
Commissioner, Florida Public that such I law acts shall subject not to affect referendum: providing AGAINST THE AMENPMEJTr
the
Service Commission Group 1 or the reelection term of office
office on the: Ooff any County Judge holding
date its
(Vote for One) enactment


FOR THE AMENDMENT
W. T. "RILLY" MAYO (Porn) F1 I

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THE WAKUU COUNT NEKS TIIIRSDW, NOVEMBER 3, 1966
of Labor Willard Wirtz that a
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDThe _. E
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reinsurance such
as
program I Ii
engagement of Mary Virginia TImmons to C. W, the one proposed would require IJ J
Stafford is announced by her parents Mrs G.S. Johns- minimum i L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME ;
NEED PRINTINGCALL ton of El Dorado Drive and James TImmons of New York funding, Embalmer & Funeral Director
Mr. Stafford Is the sonofMr. andMrs. J, W, Stafford of ment and other
Williams Road. Federal standards Phone 697.3366 ,
The bride-elect graduated from Crawfordville High ously inhibit ":
TTHE WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS School and is presently employed by the Florida Boardof which has been CARRABELLE, FLA.

Conservation factor enabling "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"SERVING
Mr. Stafford attended Richards High School and Is em- meet the needs of
ployed by the city. ing employee
The wedding will be November 12, In the Crawford- employers, NAM W/MULL4'COUNT
ville Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m The statement ,

**T TALLAHASSEE THEATRES Friends and relatives of the couple are cordially invited "NAM will
the development

FLORIDA STATE ment of private h'R.
to provide
HISTORIC MEMORIAL AT for retired lEoil

ST. JOE RE-OPENED Federal Programof and to encourage expansion the of

thru Constitution Convention Reinsurance plans. S, 1575
Today Sat
Starts WednesdayDon Historic Memorial at PortSt deterrent to
Joe, the site where the and ,

Guy Stockwell Murray Warren Susannah Beatty York first stitutions of Florida's was written five con-in Stifles GrowthA we urge its FEDERAL j

Abby Dalton 1838, reopened Friday, OCtober -
28, after being closedsix Federal program of rein- SPEEDY e SAVINGS :
MEMCTK! .LENT TO THE PLAINSMAN.KALEIDOSCOPE months for extensive surance of private pension
: s 7 repairs. plans would seriously hamper Jai-Alai is __
'I' Cc ts. ProposingV State Parks Director Bill administered funds and fastest ball game, 'ALUlWSIi JI
& 7, of the :
: that he Ion Legislature Miller said the museum ultimately could reduce benefits of up to 160 m p -
of Co itv Judges inetary has been enlarged to allow available to beneficiaries of 1

Jurisdiction.In deleting PIRRT HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN more space for exhibitsand such plans, the National Asso- Vote for State Treasurer. Vote for Broward Williams.i i
deesity ourt; to include a visitor'slounge ciation of Manufacturers saidin your
JIET Iges OUTDOOR en WOODVIUE HWY. the of the
featuring a scenic urging rejection
view of the constitution bill S. 1575
allH monument adjacent to the The NAM statement filed AbilityExperienceServiceBroward
I II Today thru Sat. iuildlng. with the Senate Committee on
---I Today thru Sat The exhibits are pre- Finance said that insuring private -
I "OUT OF SIGHT" "The TRAMPLERS" pared by the Florida State pension plans against the Williams "Is YOUR man 24 year career employee,
in State Treasurer Office voted by 1965 Legislature
Museum Gainesville, and inability to pay promised
one of State's top three adm mstrators I drier of
now offer Indian displays in benefits amounts to
Cary Grant insuring
Sinatra '
Nancy vigorous programs for talk safety, educes on retirees
MENT TOG "WALK DON'T addition to a more orderly against business failure. This,
MEN Peter Fonda RUN' member of executive comm ttce of Natlol'JI' Assor I ation TI
A 'ECTI01l1 "The WILD ANGELS' arrangement of existing it said, is an "uninsurable of Insurance Comm as oners.
hiICip ne, retirement Laurence Olivier exhibits. risk."
and rtain Judges.to "REDLINE 7000BUNNY LAKE IS Miller said the exhibits Since a premium rate would
A Idle V of the
g res I Ienee qualilica.ustir MISSING" have been laid out to dis- cover "investment loss" risk, KEEP I
Broward Williams
of the Supreme play all, aspects of the the statement continued, there
Cour of Appeal and area's history, Including a would be no effective deterrentto
or re rement at age replica of Florida's first
excessive risk-taking, the
of dl Iplininr, auto-
11 or moval and pro. steam railroad and relicsof burden of which would fall on State Treasurer
flcatl ns Commission. Port St, joe when It was the vast majority of soundly

the thriving city of St. financed pension funds. Democat/Pohlul, AIII/no"t Dea. +. .
I I L. P. 'Pete' GIBSONSenator Joseph.The focal point of the NAIL agreed with Secretary ,

=: I II museum is a diorama of the _.._. ...__, A._._ fWiIr
lEST signers of the constitutionthat a. .- ;wi
for the Sixth converted the Florida

I Territory into a state in the ; *
''MEN VENT TO THANKS AGAIN + Federal Union. f, As9
fTH 1 9C The museum will be open ,
, Co nty offices oft Your Vote Will Be from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. "" ."

,Sol S, tor 1Ion 9C ProposingV of the Tuesdays through Satur- '.. '
gthandajr after the first Appreciated days, from 130 p.m Sun. ..
January, 1969, days, and will be closed on
November 8
office of the State Tuesday, Mondays. / x I
'1 Jud al) Circuit and te

ountyurou) 1ftit'Solicitor for appoint-of the. Paid Political Adv by Campaign Treas Democrat 4.: : j

king ties and powojimeijt
of funds.
BOB HIGHSPEAKS


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\\ MENT TOE r-SrN ..,.
V HIS POLITICAL ;
unty Justice of the
g f amendment tonstit NN ,f M4Mnw. w.ra
ion, authorizing It-
miss mere of Orange
ndanrg of any Justice 4NrN PHILOSOPHYEXPERIENCE
thft county withoutn + -
p*lic hearing and
that no existing dia-
ept as otherwise prorJ-
t}F
Re-Elect

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AND LEADERSHIP. BUSINESS
I have been :Mayor Miami for 10 years I will be a p business governor:
MEM DON FUQUA Those ten years have been free of scandal The business of this state is business.and .
my city has been a national example of In my olfitnl conduct, i assume what is
11 good government. good for businessman! is good! for Florida.To .
\ IESD EST TO Your Congressman me, leadership is a synonym for private As businibs 1(01'1so got's Florida.character .
SECTION 29PROPERTY for a man who can be relied upon- My door will always l h.open to businessmen
JURY. a man who keeps his word. I will! never I => unreasonable.
:o Article XVI Sectio.m I try to lead by moral example and influ I will! never be arbitrary
, providing that each ence rather than raw power. I will mr !interfere in the affairs of private .
jury shall be composedcourt business t
of competent TAXES. I bt,liewe in fro enterprise
I reduced taxes 12% Miami in the last six
m I consider a nx-and-sp('nd philosophy a
years. dangerous! philosophv. j
=-m Taxis make the foremost public -
up question I'ubliulilitih: toy; i btjtuti.' monopolies
in this state today. Therefore their rates must be regulated by &
==n The power to tax can be the power to state agency
MEVT, destroy. I will insist thaI those rates be scrutinized,
Real estate taxes are becoming so burdensome regularly, to l hI' n rt:mi they are reasonable and
12 that they discourage home ownership. fair.
\\1ENDME\T TONG Something must be done, and done immediately LABOR.
SECTION Experienced or we will inherit social disaster,
2A My father nears a 40 year pin in the Carpenter
session for organiza- Dedicated I view all new taxes with suspicion and 's Union
an amendment to Ar. distrust, but if we must tax, let the untaxed I am mv' ithir child
2A the of Legislature; Con. Qualified be taxed before a greater burden is thrust on When Labors cause is just, Labor's cause
shallin
the already taxed.
November after is my c; use
urpose of organization the I favor repeal of.most sales tax exemptionsexcept >My publ" n"+ r pruv 1. : have kept faith f
and selecting officers. for groceries and medicines-which with laborSENIOR '
M transacted. will not burden consumers, will !make our tax CITIZENS
structure more equitable, and will yield $200
HM been characterized!
My public.lrl'f'r by
million in fresh biennium.
r revenue every one great work i< ..i, nil 1 could! for'senior
EDUCATION. utmrH
MET We must give education a high, preferred I built n"ht'rt" King f High Towers in Miami
place in our scheme of things. for senior oti/tn 'I'hc r. i.* rang from $23
An increase in teachers' salaries, paid from to $32 per month
13 the state level, must be one of the first orders Thi apurtmi, "m models of comfort and e
VMENDMENT TO of business on the calendar at the next It'Siaconv'nlt'n'I'
>,G SECTION 14A lative session, I haw xf'kf'i out against exorbitant drug
Proposing an amend. M Emphasis upon education is not a matter of prices.
g Section leA of the choice, but destiny. I \\11111/';;' I ,i i.. thi riders (\' the land.
nir that goods, wares,
dn* commonly known Let's Continue
and
rt-orr ad .valorem livestock taxation may THE ISSUE IS ALWAYS
operty
as the

Legisla. DON FUQUA Integrity in GeienimentVOTE "



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of the Second THORWALD SOPCHOPPY NEWS
In the Circuit Court In the Circuit Court of the Second HANSEN
$: Judicial Circuit of flo- Judicial Circuit, In and HAROLD MAYfIELD I By Mrs. L.C. Sapp

rida,In and Wakulla County For Wakulla Florida. Thorwald Tom Hansen Wallace formerly
: County pan
!! 73
Harold Mayfield age ,
: In Chancery.No. In No. 1405. age 74, of Carrabelle died now assoc-
Chancery.
1400. October 19th at his home of Lanark died October 17. pf pensacola,
HELEN S. HOPKINS, iate of the Talla-
extended ill- manager
an
Boston Warren Powell following an extended ill- following Club visited -
Plaintiff, Plaintiff ness. Funeral services ness. Funeral services hassee Country ,
last Monday -
WAKULLA vs.Wllhelminla. vs. were held Friday after- 4 were held Thursday after- in Sopchoppy
JOSEPH J. HOPKINS, look over his prop-
in the to
Powell noon at 5.00 p.m.
L. noon at 3:00 p.m. in the
Defendant. are to
OUNTY NEWS Defendant. First Baptist Church.R. noon at 5:00 P.M. In erty. His future plans
: .
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Sopchoppy.Mr.
build in
the Lanark Community
Order of PublicationState .L. Riley Funeral Homeof
1.301tt STATE OF FLORIDA
W4Inut Church. '
Telephone Carrabelle in chargeof
of Florida Toi Earl'
TO and Mrs. Eddie
Joseph J. Hopkins .
Funeral
Wilhelminia L. Powell, arrangements and the R. L. Riley
General Delivery, 20 Granite Street of Home of Carrabelle was In Roberts daughters Desi
carra-
Wellesley MassachusettsYou Rev. J. c. Doss
of Tallahassee
Strongsville, Ohio. belle and the Rev. Harold charge of. arrangementsand and Dawn of
are hereby notified that ( Harold pat-' were the dinner guests
You are hereby notified that a Link of Orlando officiated. the Rev.
divorce has been I Law-
complaint for divorce has beet: suit brought Burial followed in Ever- rick of East Point officiated Mr. and Mrs. James
against and are hereby October 3.
filed against you In the Circuit you you American Legion hon on Sunday
required to file with the green Cemetery. THE ISSUE IS ALWAYSINTEGRITY
Court of Wakulla County, Florida followed the -
J. D. HARVK. . . EDITOR ,in Chancery.You are here- Clerk and serve of the above Home styled, Rhodes Court, He was a serving retired during CoastGuardsman Services ular services and his body reg- Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Sap' :
file personallyor upon IN the Terry Land s i
to ( visited
required
by then taken to Jackson-
and Lamb, Attorneys for Plaintiff both World War I and World was
\ FidddeIs by attorney) with the Clerk of who live in Panama City
at c.wfordvl\1. 102-1/2 South Monroe ville for cremation.He .
Cntered War II. retired Merchantand
Subacrip said Court, and send copy of morning.Mrs. .
GOVERNMENTVOTE last Saturday
second clear rnattef. the for Street, Tallahassee, Florida, attended the First Bap- was a resident of
the same to attorney
rate: $3.00 per year. your written Answer or other resi- Franklin County for eight
lion written defenses, tist Church. He was a
plaintiff, your defenses, if any, to the Com- and was born in En- Delma Roberts was
if to the complaint in said dent of Carrabelle since FaR! years
any of her
plaint in said suit on or before member of the weekend guest
He was a
or before Decembers 1921 from Mobile gland.
cause, on coming
November 28, 1966, or Decree daughter Mrs. Jerry
the Anerican Legion Post
1966. Herein fail not or Judg-
Alabama. ROBERTKING
If 'You Meed. ment by default will be enter- Pro gainst Confesso and will Judgment be taken enter-a- Survivors are his wife, No. 82, Veteran WW-1 anda Hodge and family in Talla-
you ,
hassee.
ed against you.WITNESS ed for the relief prayed. Mrs. Mayme Hansen, Car- retired lithographer and
Supplies
Office ; hand and the seal
my printer.
WITNESS hand and seal rabelle two sisters Mrs.
Office Furniture, of said Court at Crawfordvllle, my ; Returning home last week
of this Court, at Crawfordville, Gladys Thrower Fairhope Survivors are his wife.
Business Machines Wakulla County, Florida this Wakulla County Florida this Alabama and Mrs. Mamie HIGHA Mrs. Carolyn Mayfield from the Tallahassee Memorial -

Sra M Call 2nd day of November 1966. 24th day of October, A.D. 1966 Reaume, Mobile Alabama. Lanark; a daughter Mrs. Hospital are Mrs.
(official seal) Pearce May Carolyn Bass, Rolling Vassie Roberts and Mr.
RANEY WHALEYat /sMoody Pallbearers were Leo NEW KIND OF
sMoody Pearce Moody Pearce, Clerk of the Hance Quinten Herndon, Meadow 111.; one sister. Myron Hodge.Mr. .

Moody Pearce Circuit Court, Wakulla John D. Bragdon Ernest PUBLIC MANDEM Mrs. Annie Morris Chi
CAPITAL OFFICEEQUIPAIENT Clerk Circuit Court Florida and Mrs. Buddie Savory
County, and cago; four brothers Cyril
FloridaJ. Gay J. L. Mayton
CO. Wakulla County DUR er. from Cocoa visited
By Beatrice Charles Lee Daniels. ( FOR GOVERNOR) and Leonard Mayfield both
J. H. HudsonP. Deputy Clerk of Waukegan Ill, Leslie their parents Mr. andMrs.

102 E. JtFFERSCN O. Box 66Crawfordville Mallory E. Horne PAID POL,AD Mayfield of Chicago and George Strickland and Mr.

223 S. AimsTALLAHASSEE. for Plaintiff4tcll3,10,17,24., Florida of Horne, Rhodes G Lamb Clarence Mayfield of Kan- and Mrs. D. L. Stricklandlast
Attorney
.'FLORIDA Tallahassee 102-1/2 South, Florida Monroe Street VETERANS' NEWS sas City; also. 2 grandchildren weekend.Mr. .

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Attorneys for Plaintiff Madison Koontz the ADVERTISINGPAYS Pallbearers were Leo and Mrs. John Bus-
NOTICE TO BIDDERS /27,11/3,10.17.
4tc-l0
Statewide Chairman of Vet- Mallon Tom Craven Fred by returned home after

Notice is hereby given that the erans Day Programs as Laundahl Russell Barry spending several daysat
HENRY UJ.LLiAMS Board of County Commissionersof IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF appointed by Governor Julian Hughes and Ernest Vogel State Park Blair-

Wakulla County will receive THE SECOND FLORIDA JUDICIAL IN CIR-AND Burns said today that many TRY IT. Benzing. vllle, Georgia. The Beas-
CUIT OF ,
REALTYReg. sealed bids at the office of the FOR WAKULIA COUNTY. IN people the month of Nov- ley's are building their
Clerk of the Circuit Court in ember is considered as the summer cottage there and

Crawfordville until December5th CHANCERY.No.. 1399 month of the year for vet- See Tax hope to have it completedIn
BrokerSt. Old-age Pay-in
Real Estate
1966, at 10:00 o'clock erans of all wars espec- the near future. They also -

Marks Flo. A.M. and then opened for furnishing Donald Lorrain WALKER, ially the 11th hour of the Exceeding Benefit Pay-out visited Mrs. Beasly's
the followings Plaintiff, 11th day. mother in Valdosta Ga.
Phone 741 "Mapping, Platting Appraising Vs. The state wide committee By the time the 21-year-old who goes tt work today

REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES for Wakulla and making County.property cards Sarah Elizabeth Defendant.WALKER, urges everyone to dedicate (1966)) retires at 65 in 2010 the value of the old.age taxes Mrs. Goldie Ewing and

The Board reserves the rightto this 11th day of Novemberto he will have paid during his working life (including interest her husband left Tuesday
all veterans who lost) will exceed by than $12,000 the benefitshe with their
Associate: reject any or all bids and award ORDER OF PUBLICATION met more camper to vacation -
to the best interests of Wa fully and freely the obli- will draw in retirement, says Tax Foundation's new in various parts of
I. M. Hatcher, Sr. kulla County. STATE OF FLORIDA TO gations to preserve the task study: Economic Aspects of the Social Security Tar If the country sight seeingand

Phone *4 63201 Board of County Commis- Sara Elizabeth Commercial Walker Street of protecting freedom in the such a man had saved a sum equal to his tax and got enjoying the fall foliage

sioners 3413 San Antonio, Texas. struggle between good and 3'4r/r interest, he would accumulate more than $32,000 by along the way.
DAVE HAMRICK( Wakulla CountyCrawfordville evil; between slavery and retirement date. On the same day the value of the social

Florida You are hereby notified that a freedom. security payments he would get (assuming normal life The remodeling of the
INSURANCE AGENCY 2tc-11/3,10. complaint for divorce has been Governor Burns said this expectancy) would amount to about 19000. Mrs. Nollie Burge home on

filed against you in the Circuit day should be supported first Avenue is about to be
AUTOMOBILE NOTICE Court of Wakulla County, Florida without reservation or con- completed. The contractor''

BONDS In Chancery. You are here- sideration of personal con- rROM NIGHT INTO LIGHTBy 'is Mr. Willford McCalllst-:
The have file personally or
following persons by required to (
CASUALTY been appointed Election Officials by attorney) with the Clerk of veniences by every American Charles Daniels er of Panacea.We .

for November 8th, 1966 said Court, and send a' copy of citizen who is loyal to
MARINE St. Marks Mrs. Clarence the same to the attorney for the United States of America Darkly pines tall brooms, brushing the sky.... welcome Mrs. JOhnInie

TIRE Ladd Jr. Clerk; Mrs. Earnest plaintiff, your written defenses, its constitution and Murmuring softly in the cool of evening.... Smith and Mr. and
Council, Mrs. Dewy Bishop if any, to the complaint la said principles for which It Paled sun of night's light beaming... Nathaniel Sanders, Mrs.//!

PHONE 87 7-3 1 OS Mrs. Jack Ward. cause, on, or before December fal ''DOt or stands. Through ancient gnarled limbs of fragrant pines. Sopchoppy. Both families
Newport: Mrs. Dalas Lambert, 5, 1966. Herein Mr. Koontz added that ha are residing in the Stevie
.1631 E.Tenn. St Box 1873 Clerk; Mrs. Hugh Langdale, Judgement default will be entered could only agree with a let Lapping sounds from the brook's dashing levell's homes on first,

Mn Fred Ladd, Mrs. Offle against: you.hand and the seal ter which was receive Gainst sanded shoals and ferned shores Avenue.

: :TALLAHASSEE. HA. Crantham.Wakulla. of WITNESS said Court my at Crawfordvllle, from an American Sergeant Giggling, gurgling as it trips and falls

: Mrs. J. A. Withers, Wakulla County, Florida, this in Viet Nam wherein he laughing Sharon,
birthday
TERRY HARRIS Clerk Pauline; Mrs.Weatherington James Lovett, Mrs.Mrs. 2nddayof November 1966. said "it has been suggestedthat Through pendant arbors and strangely twisted Langston Happy Elena McKenzle,!
roots flowing.
Maude Core.Vereem these demonstratorsall Billy Bushnell Mae Mc-:
Honpe irini. tAppliance (Official Seal) be drafted and .
Cene Miller, Clerk sent to Kinnon, Walter Former
,.Repair Robert Fonder Tommy Thomas It I Moody Peatce, Viet Nam, and I could not Clicking, chirping a solemn dirge pealing of Cauley Cowart and Char,
of children
From creatures darkness night
,Also, lectric4sn eta.. Otis Langston. Clerk Circuit Court, agree less for to put these les Jackson.
chorus of reverberant hollowsOf
Bass frogs through
ltc-11/3. Wakulla County, FloridaJ. morons in uniform is to
cool spray mist in the night.
Insult the of
memory those According to the Pastor,
Route 1, Box 34 H. HUDSONP. who never came back from the ,
Sopchoppy. Florida FOR SALE"Mustf: sen my .O. BOX 66Crawfordville Guadalcanal, Pork Chop Misty light into darkness flowing... Bro. McCullough Sop
home, have lowered my Fla. Darkened trees brown and green becoming... choppy Church of Christ
rnoneJK-22544 Hill or those who did not
price $1000. Call Mrs. Attorney for Plaintiff.41C113,10,17,24. survive the Viet A hush from the sounds of the night... plans to begin constructionof
Cong attack
Bobby Russ at WA6-5141 the A brook sparkles in early morning light... their new church building -
on U.S. Embassyin .
In the near future.Ser
after six.LOSE Is
Night over, daybreak comes.
WOULD LIKE TO BUY Saigon vices are held each Sunday

from 40 to 100 acres of Sell Knapp Shoes part or from 10 to 12 and Sunday

land in Wakulla County at Dex-A-Diet WEIGHT Tablets.safely with full time. Earn $25 to $150a OCTOBER 31, 1966 evening at 6:30. With Bible
a reasonable price. Phoneor Only week on high commis-
98C? at Wakulla PharmacyADVERTISING My Neighbors"I'd Study Wednesday eveningsat
write Robert Lee Waff. sions and bonus. Steadyyearround The Board of County Commissioners of Wakulla 730. Everyone is invit-

P. O. Box 1636 Tallahassee business. Equipment County met this date with the following present:Willard ed to attend these services:

Florida telephone no. furnished. Writeto Carter Chairman George Young Vice Chairman William -

877-2167. DOESN'T K. L. Johnson Knapp D. Walker and Ralph Strickland Commissioners

COST Shoes{ Brocton Mass. Moody Pearce, Clerk and W. R. Taff,Sheriff.The pur- Mrs. Shelt (James) Rod-

IT PAYS III' 2tc-l f/3.17. pose of the meeting was to discuss SR22 and the bid for Jenberry are the proud

.------ --- construction of same. grand parents of a baby
I Tallahassee Business Firms Motion to terminate the services of Mrs. Beatrice son born Saturday at Tallahassee -
= =r Dugger was seconded by Commissioner Strickland and Memorial Hospital { -

carried with Commissioner Young voting no. to their daughter (the

SR 22 RESOLUTION FOR REJECTION OF BID former Babs Roddenberry)

DIRECTORYPATRON WHEREAS the estimate for State Road No. 22 in Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chaseof

Wakulla County State of Florida was approximately Tallahassee.

Three Hundred and Sixty-Six Thousand Dollars and

flESE ADVERTISERS WHEREAS, after receiving bids for the construction of Mrs. Florida Roberts left
# said State Road No. 22 the low bid exceeded. Five Hundred ionday for Tallahassee to
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have a lot more confi Thousand Dollars and indergo medical treat-

dence In your customer WHEREAS the Board of County Commissioners of ment.

F R MFEEDS ,- credit rating if their order Wakulla County feels that the bid received was too high

O. I. GRAMLING hadn't arrived postage due." thereforeBE We were pleased that Mr.

i. I IT RESOLVED, that the Board County Commissioners and Mrs. Bert Roddenberrywere

;; AI &. CO. HELP WANTEDMALEOR of Wakulla County hereby request the State Road honored by the selection -

FEMALE: Would liketo Department to reject all bids received for the construc "Farmer of the
Service for
Flint One-Stop hear from dependable tion of State Road No. 22. Year in Wakulla County.
? ; River Mills FeedSeedFertilizePoultry person with car regarding BIDS FOR MAPPING AND PLATTING COUNTY It has been his life work

2015 a. Monroe 877-1155 I Supplies opportunity to supply con- On the motion of Commissioner Walker the Board and they are proud of their

P-R-M Ranch & Garden Center Garden Tools sumers with Rawleigh Pro agreed to advertise for bids for mapping platting appraising accomplishments. We were

826 W. Gaines 2247197BakerAlford ducts In Liberty County or and making property cards for Wakulla Coun also proud of the Wakulla
So. Adam at S.A.LR.R.Croesing Franklin County. For information ty. With bids to be opened December 5th 1966 at 10:OC County agriculture display

write Rawleigh o'clock A.M.There booth and credit is givento

Co.1 Light Weight.axd Regular Phone 7waU FLJ-220-518 Memphis being no further business coming to the attentioi ; our Agriculture agent

TAt Pat IIl ui/J" Concrete Block, Tenn.5t1020ll3,17,12l,8.. of the Board the same was adjourned. and teachers.

Anything for your auto, truck Hanson, Wood and Attest: Moody Pearce Approved; Wlllard Cartel
or tractor. Also for your power Clerk Chairman The Methodist Sunda
Iloel Ind. Inc.
lawnmower, and much for your school sponsored the Trickor
boat. S. Adams St. at 4-Polnta
208 N. Adam St. Ph. 222-3380 Tel. 222-6840 P. 0. Box 661 r Treat fun on Monday
night to benefit UNICEF.
This organization is helping

I M.c LEN DON FUNERA.L.. 100 countries to buildup

permanent health ser-
Yaeger, inc Little Folks Store, j H.O H t E' NEED PRINTING ? vices. Equipment drugs,
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.*- Inc. milk powder vitamins and

"The Capital' 24 HOUR 'AMBtlLKNCE SERV ICE. I CALL soap in 29,610 health centers -
Major for Minor
for under nourished
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Ftrnitvr. Tot.
/tuuraiif and Bond CAWr" Wxui.L'COUNTY
GamtiSoiHt. : THE. NEWS children.
Baby Aeeinortti PHONE 385-1161 Tallahcr.ui .' Fla. .
2148.Xdm-St Tel. 222- 68() 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146

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THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3, Ip88 HOME ECONOMtS'NOTES, '. r
It's a wOlla.. VOTE REPUBLICAN
HAD ENOUGH ?
By Mary E. Bevis ,

SOCIAL SECURITY NEWSIf Economic Extension Home ..i.1Ib
LBJ
Agent 'ta HALT
you paid a household .... .
worker $50 or more during BUY:Plentiful Foods cJ
July. August and September To stretch your food dol- IY ROSEMARY ( I a ,
a social security tax lar watch for the plentiful The woman of today is very !
report la due before the end foods. In each season certain much like her sister who livedin a*& SOCIE TY -
of OCtober,Ele anor Cuerry. foods are more plentiful this hemisphere centuries Ep'f 1 s'
social security representative than others. Often these THE 6
before Columbus discovered
reminded Wakulla plentiful foods are less in ..
America. At least that's what .
County residents today. cost than at other times of physicians concluded who I. i
Maids cooks house the year. I
flocked to recent Chicago
a
see
keepers, handymen, regu- The plentiful foods for
lar babysitters, and other November Include grapes, exhibit of pre-Columbian sculp .
household employees are pears, dry beans, pork ture. The clay figures some of
by law covered under social turkey and raisins. Use them 4,000 years old, tell the
security, she said.Persons these foods in your Novem vivid story of a people who qjfflLLTocongresst j
flourished in Central and South
who employ such a worker ber menus and stretch your
and pay him over $50 in a food dollars! America centuries before the
three-month quarter must Drv Beans.Peas.Lenjllft Aztecs, Incas or Mayans. Ac-
file a tax report and pay These are a bargain for cording to Dr. Abner I. Weis- VOTERS TEST '
social security taxes for the food budget and nutri- man, owner of the fabulous
him.The tion! Dry beans peas, and collection, who has studied I. Do you believe the Democrat Party Is buying
employer Is respon- lentils contain B vitamins, thousands of clay figures, VII D No0
with the ?
votes
sible for paying to the Internal iron -- a cupful of cooked women in many ways haven'tchanged .... Poverty Programs
Revenue Service beans provide about half of much in 40 centuries. 2. Do you want your vote counted with the ones
both the 4.2 percent deducted a day's needs for Iron __ He said that the little pre- they are buying VII 0 NoD ;t
from all earnings of the and protein. Columbian girl, as girls today,
worker and the matching 4,2 Beans and whole peas played with toys of all kinds 3. Do you know that the only thing Johnson understands -
per cent paid by the em- should be soaked before and with dolls. And as she .Is your vote 'yIID NoD
ployer. Tax reports for the cooking to take up pan of grew older she loved to wear
last quarter must be sent In the water lost in drying. jewelry and pretty clothes. f. Are you willing to give Johnson your vote by
before October 31. Use the soaking water foi Young women then, as now, voting for a Democrat Congressman VII 0 NoD
Mrs. Guerry stressedthe cooking so that all vitamins wanted to be attractive to the 0 NoD
Importance to the worker and minerals will be saved. opposite sex. Many sculpturesshow S. Had ,enough Vote Republican VII .........
of filing the returns. Split peas and lentils may women with beautiful
The reports give the worker *>e cooked without soaking. elaborate hairdos, rouged VOTE HAROLD HILL FOR CONGRESS J
credit under social security When cooking, one cup of faces and adorned with jewels. J
COMPLETE TEST AND MAIL TO
which he haveto beans
must dry peas or lentils,
receive social security soak In 2-1/2 to 3 cups of HILL FOR CONGRESS HEADQUARTERS DOCTORS INLET, FLORIDA 32030 PD POL ADV. ,j
retirement benefits in old water. Then cook with the The modern woman who
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tge or disability payments same water until tender. wants to be extra lovely will ,
1 he is disabled and unable To avoid breaking the beat( try protein. There is nothing
to work. And now with the skins boil beans gently and better for skin, hair and nails, VA
new medicare program," stir little. jnd this is well demonstrated,
Mrs. Guerry said, "filing For a bargain in nutri- by looking at the latest reportsof
is even more important. tion and the food budget, the multi-billion dollar cosnetiei ,
Beginning in 1968,work- prepare this recipe which industry which has
ers must have some cover- uses dry beans, peas and flooded the market with all a
age under social securityto lentils.Mexican kinds of animal and milkprotein wzi'I
be eligible for hospitaland Casserole preparations. Proteins
are Aa'
medicalinsurancepro- 3 cups cooked dry beans, valuable because they form 'a
tection when they reach 65. or lentils
peas .
films that hold the hair in place gi
The is dure all 1 .
tax on cup cooked or canned ; i
and the skin.
prevent drying of
cash
payment including tomatoes
carfare and other expenses 2 tablespoons chopped Some proteins are absorbed in- i' w III IIIy
to the hair shaft, helping to
made to any employee who green pepper
makes over $50 in a quarter 3/4 cup chopped onion invigorate hair damaged by
Mrs. Guerry said thata 1/2 teaspoon sale bleaching and permanent wav
simple envelope form 942 1 teaspoon chili powder ing.
is available at social 4 strips bacon
security or Internal Revenue Combine all ingredients oTE Fop
Service offices for reporting except bacon. Turn into
the earnings and greased baking dish. Arrange ,
reminded residents that bacon strips over
they could be penalized for top. Bake at 350 degreesF. \ 1a1t } -
late reports (moderate oven) for one -II PUfhSR"W4J11W ,
hour. Makes 4 servings.

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WAKDLLA COUNTY NEWS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3. 1966 -

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PATENTS FOR PROGRESS I ALFORD CHEVROLET'SCHEVROLET'S

The legislative proposal by Sen. John McQellan _1
(11.-Ark.) to permit invention and patent rights to "
accrue to private government contractors primarily Sale
using their own background information or funds '
has considerable merit.A .
tremendous capital investment is made to
develop these "raw" inventions into usable prod If you're the type who appreciates saving you'll hate yourself if you miss this car sale .
ucts. In fact for each dollar invested in inventive
activity it takes $100 to develop production facilities .
inventory and distribution channels necessaryto HIGH TRADES-EASY TERMS
create a commercially acceptable product. I II
In speaking on American inventiveness, Shoichi .
Inoue,former director of the Japanese Patent Offices
id, "Even though abundant natural resources did
contribute heavily to her prosperity, other factors FAMOUS D QUALITY
which han been just as important should not be I _
overlooked. Such factors include the point that
the American people have always emphasized ere
ativity and innovation and American financiers and '
business management' have always been keenly interested MIC
in industrializing" inventions to make the BlGLARS! !
most of them. smwlc
The time spread between the basic knowledgeand
practical application depends on available private
capital and market reception. The original discovery -
of phenomena applicable to photographytook Imp.NDeer.1964 CHEVROLET. ndl. Iw.N.. .......1... 1695 1965 ., ... .. ,... ....,
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(1727-1829) ; 56 years ((1820.76) between the mea

telephone fundamental; 26 research years (1876.1902)and blueprint) for and radio the actual; 14 4 1961-.... .MERCURY.rdl.,. V-*. ...10. ktittr.millg .- $295 Xt.lMl 1961. CHEVROLET.WI.... 4Di."... V.| flit*,. ttltlT1 9jcljMRadl 1964 4-Donr CHEVROLET 80.... Bfl.tr. VI,, wllk h....,.. 1295
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L. P. 'Pete' GIBSONSenator V :


for the Sixth

THANKS AGAIN. OWNER:

Your Vote Will Be r

Appreciated '

Tuesday, November 8 THE WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS

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