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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 10, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
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49 !MMBER 10 I CTAKFORDVILLE FLORIDA 32327 THIRSDO, NOVEMBER 10, 1966 PRICE, lOt PER COPY :

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WAKULLA COUNTY

SWINE SHOW OFFICIAL ELECTION RETURNS WELCOMEWe
;
would like to welcome
AND SALESATURDAY. WAKULLA COUNTY Mr Charles Daniels.;

NOV. 12 to our community. He has

LIVESTOCK PAVILIONThe moved here from Tallahassee. -

He Is a teacher at
First Annual Wakul- F: rIJ Crawfordville High School. 'I

la County Swine Show will e 3 s 0 r : He teaches science,historyand
be held Saturday, November i ::! = dI m band.
12, at the Wakulla : 11I..1 III 101 We will have an articleon
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County Livestock Pavilion. ; Mr. Daniels in our next
The show will begin at 9:00 issue.

a.m.pens with of market the judging hogs of at 1) IJi % ::0 o t\ '" lQ :b

10:00 a.m. The youth show 1 I V ; 1 01 0 C'VILLE FIRE DEPT.
will begin with all 4-H and \0 \ ANSWERS SECOND CALL
FFA single entry hogs being -

judged followed by the The Crawfordville Vol- .
adult single entry show. unteer Fire Department
Mr. Bob Dunn, superin- HOME FIRE BURNSST. SOPCHOPPY NEWS CRAWFORDVILLE LOSES RESIDENT GAME HUNTING ATTEND PANTHER GAME answered its second call

tendent of the Swine Evalu- MARKS MANA SECOND GAME SEASON OPENS NOV. 12 since beginning operation
ation Center in Live Oak, By Louise C. Sapp The following persons earlier this year. The first
The Crawfordville Pan-
will be the official judge fire originating in a An estimated 180,000 went to Keystone Heightsto call was to the home of
of both Mr. and Mrs. Neal Kit- thers lost its second gameof Florida hunters are expected -
for the swine entries utility room at about 3:30 attend the Crawfordville Fred Bailey about one half
the youth and adult show and p.m Saturday caused nearly trell spent the weekend in the season last Friday to acquire either resi- Panthers game against the mile north of town. The
Mr. James Revell, Voca- $3,000 damage to the Quincy with his parents. night, when they played dent or non-resident licen- Keystone Heights team second call was received
Neal's brother is home fora Keystone Heights. Key-
tional Agriculture Teacher home of Jerry Sheldon, ses for the 1966-67 hunting They travelled on a char- Saturday, November 5,
beat the Panthers
from Greensboro, will be three miles north of St. visit before leaving for stone by season. Over 45,000 of tered bus. from the $10,000 home of
the of 86.
Vietnam.Mr. score these hunters will also obtain
showmanship judge. Mrs. Elizabeth Mcrrlson
the Road 363.
Marks on State Both teams scored once Edsel Nazworth, Jerry ,
There will be trophies pre- the stamp which allows with estimates of the dam
St. Marks Fire Chief W. Spears, Devane Moore,
but a freak play providedthe
and Mrs. Ralph
sented to the persons exhibiting G. Moore said Sheldon was of for hunting in the wildlife Tyron Moore, Albert age at about $50 by Fire
the Grand Champion Brown and Mrs. Annie margin victory management areas super: Chief Revell.
Hardy
using gasoline to clean tar Moore, V. L. Cooper, Mr.
visited the SanMar- Keystone. A safety provided -
Harms vised
and Reserve Champion by the Game and The unit manned
from his clothing in the the 2 Floyd Kittrell, Nolan Po- was by .
hog selected from the sin- utility room where there is cos de Apalache Museum well Emmett point Ferrell margin.scored Fresh Water Flshcommls- sey, Jack Posey, Cliff Har- John Daniels, Sr., James
afternoon. It is
gle entries. The best youth an electric motor and a gas Sunday one's the touchdown for the Pan- slon.According per, Ray Harper, Betty Ann High, Albert Moore, Char-
worth time to
showman will receive a go to W. B. Cope- les Daniels Clarence Mor
hot water heater. He rea- Harvey, Alene Raker, Susan ,
thers with
and a 63-yard run.
the Museum land
showmanship trophy and soned that the gasoline through Commission Chair- Cooper, Fay Kittrell, rison and Fire Chief Re-
walk the historic trail a- Mickey Brokus snared a
the best adult showman will fumes accumulated and man, hunters are being urged Loftin Carlos
Tommie
round the of St.Marks Panther pass and ran 52 vell.The
point to avoid the last min-
be awarded a rosette. of Crawfordville
by a spark and Town -
were ignited Tucker, Mr. Mrs. Aaron -
The sale of all market from the electric motor or and Wakulla Rivers. There yards for Keystone's TD. ute rush by obtaining hunt- WiRglnton; M'. and is fortunate to have a
will begin at 3:00 p. were many other sight- The Crawfordville Pan- ing licenses and stamps Fire Had
hogs by the water heater. Department.
gas Mrs. Bobby Posey Mr. and
thers without ,
this beautiful afternoon were playing well
In
seers on advance of
the judging of opening there been avail-
following department not
m. Moore said the fire Mrs.. James High Mr. and one
,
the
services of Clint
and the a- Naz- of
all classes. Mr. Wayne had the blaze in foliage day the resident game Mrs. Bud Mr. and able, these two fires could
the roads worth who was Injured in animal Duggar,
long was pretty} hunting
season.
Henry, Livestock Manager the block constructed house last week's Mrs. Jesse Nazworth, Mr. have done more damage to
from Quincy, will auction under control by 4:45 p.m. sight. Wewahltchka game againstthe Season opens November 12 and Mrs. Clayton TaffMr. the property involved.
the pigs at this sale and The fire rose into the attic Gators. in the First, Second and and Mrs. Bobby Harvey
will The Bert Roddenberryshave Friday nlglit the Pan-- Fourth and Fifth Conser- ,
several packer buyers where Sheldon had lumber thers Mr. and Mrs.MonryChambers .
started making take on Chattahoo- vations Districts andNov- WAKULLA NEWS
be on hand to place bids. stored. up syrup Red
Vause
The Swine Show Is the Moore praised St.Marks this week. Their son- chee. The game will be ember 19 in the Third Dis- Vause, Sylvia
Mr.andMrs.GeorgeHarper
first in Wakulla county, firemen for quick reactionand in-law, Chauncy Glass, of played on the Panther field trict. Linda Lawhon and BY Mrs. Ralph Masters
,
Clearwater and Mrs. Rod- beginning at 8:00 p.m. Hunting licenses and
and an invitation is extended saving the $10,000 Strickland.
Wayne
to all Interested persons home. denberry's sister, Mrs. Good luck, boy) management area stampsare Mr. and Mrs. Nelton

to attend the show and sale The house Is owned b) Minnie Williams, of Pen- available at the officesof Jernigan and Mr.end Mrs.
Saturday, November 12. T. S. Isman. sacola, are visiting and all County Judges and Bennie Rogers motored to
helping with the work. SNEADS PIRATES WIN their designated license a- CRAWFORDVILLEPERSONALS Miami over the weekendfor
Sheldon was taken to Tallahassee OVER SOPCHOPPYThe gents. a visit with Mr. andMrs.

AERIAL TREE SURVEY Memorial Hospital Mrs. Norma Rudd, Mrs. Duck stamps, need In addition Richard Ruryk. Mrs.
COMPLETED BY FLORIDA for treatment of third May Vause and Mrs. Ralph Sneads Pirates won to hunting licensesfor Douglas and DavidStrickland Ruryk Is the daughter of

FOREST SERVICEAn degree burns. Brown went to the Lanark over the Sopchoppy Yellow taking ducks and geese, have returned home Mr. and Mrs. Rogers. They
Latest report is that he Community Church Bazaaron Jackets last Friday night are purchased from any U. from the hospital, after reported all is beautiful and

aerial survey recently is going to be taken out of Saturday. with a score of 130. S. Post Office. having surgery. They are fine down: Miami way.
completed by the the intensive care room Many beautiful types of The Pirates' two touch All hunters are requiredto the sons of Mr. and Mrs.
Florida Forest Service indicates and Into an Isolated room. handicrafts and homebaked downs were made by have a hunting licensein Wayne Strickland of Ivan Brother Stimson an-
that nearly 900,000 He is not allowed to have things were sold. The George Jackson, who ran order to take game animals rounced that the dedica-
were killed by visitors yet. only the im- annual bazaar of our Sop- 94 yards for one and 36 and birds, except res- Mrs. Ralph Strickland Is tion services will be heldat
trees
pine insects this year. medlat choppy Methodist Church yards for the other. idents over the age of 65 a patient in the hospital. the Woodville Church on
forest
The survey is conducted Immediate will be held on Saturday, This Friday night the and children under the age Everyone hopes she will be Sunday, November 13. The
each to keep close tab mediate family can see November 19, from 11:00 Yellow Jackets take on the of 15. Management area able to return home soon. Wakulla folks are Invitedto
the year forest Insect situa- him. We all hope for a a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Sandwich Wewahitchka Gators on theJackets' stamps are required of all attend.

on tion said State Forester speedy recovery. lunch and a turkey din- field. Game time hunters who hunt on wildlife Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Naz The meeting begins at
Coulter. --- ner will be served startingat la 8:00 p.m. management areas except worth visited her brother 4:30 wlJi a covered dish
C.H.According to the 1966 VETERANS' DAY 5:00 p.m. Beat of luck, boysl! residents over the age and family, Mr. and Mrs. supper afterwards. .
of 65. jimmy pace and son, In
of Forest
Annual Survey
NOVEMBER I II I
Insect Activity in Florida, Mrs. Inez Yent spent the Copeland said, The office Tallahassee on Saturday. The Methodist Ladles
mortality rate amounts to Madison S. Koontz, State weekend with her mother, STATE FUNDS RELEASEDFOR of many County Judges Mr. Pace is home on leave met at the church on Tuesday
Chairman of Veterans Day Mrs. Florida Roberts. will probably be closed on from the service.
one pine tree per 15 acres SCHOOLS AND JC'S at 10:00 a.m. The devotional -
Programs, said today as November 11, the day before -
is
of pine type land. This a was given by Mrs.
slight Increase in total los- he wound up his final plans Correction from last Tallahassee State hunting season, and Mr.and Mrs.Joseph Lord Marie Ladd.
ses over last year. HoW- with his statewide committee week's paper -- Mr. and Comptroller Fred O. (Bud) the wise hunter will not of Jacksonville visited her Mrs. Crosby was acting

ever, the tree deaths represent that the freedoms we Mrs. Shelt Roddenberryare Dickinson, Jr., today announced wait until the last day to mother, Mrs.Sally Harvey, chairman until election of
a very light, state- enjoy this November 11, the greatgrandparentsand the release of obtain "his license and over the weekend. officers. Mrs. Tom Green

wide, infestation meaning and every day of the year, Mr. and Mrs. Edison $21,143,652 in state funds stamp. was elected and then pre-
there is no area which hat we owe to our veterans. Roddenberry the grandparents for the operation of county Hunting license fees are Mrs. Carry Harvey left sided.
an excessive amount of Insect San Juan Hill, Manila of the little son born schools and junior collegesin as follows: for Tampa on Wednesday Mrs. Maude Core was
destruction. The Nortt Bay, Normandy, Saipan. to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Florida. Resident Combination morning. appointed devotional chair-
Central section of Floridj Midway, Korea, and now the Chase of Tallahassee.Mrs. The money, a monthly hunting and fishing,$10.50; man for December.The .
registered the highest per- elephant grass and rice release to county boards of Resident Statewide hunting Gary Ll, returnee motion was made

centage of pine tree mort- paddles of VietNam.Theseare Rose Lawhon and public instruction, was $7.50; Resident-County to school Monday after that the ladies secure new
ality per acre. proud names to recount her sister, Mrs. Mary $893,045 more than there- other than home county, being confined to his home chairs for the Nursery De-
The Investigation showedthe and remember on this national Moore of Miami arrived lease for October, 1965. $4.50; Non-Resident 10 for a few days last week partment.Two .

Ips Bark Beetle to be the holiday. They are the last Friday for a visit with Of the total, $19,097,772went day continuous hunting, new projects have
leading tree killer amon places where we showed, Ed Lawhon. for kindergartens,elementary $11.50; NonresidentAn- pam Harvey celebrates been selected for the group.
the destructive forest in- and and now showing our and secondary nual statewide, $26.50; her 9th birthday Wednes One Is to obtain new vestry
sects. This small creature, strength, and a sacred trust'I schools in the state's 67 Resident and Non-resident day. She was honored at furniture and to make new

measuring all of 1/8 of an upon which rests the hopes counties. said Dickinson. Hunting preserve only, $5.- a party. vestry appointments for the
Inch In length, bores Its of free men everywhere.That .CHS BAND TO PARTICIPATJ E Of this sum, $16,673,506 50; Wildlife ManagementArea table and lectern.The otherIs
way through the tree'bark Is why Americans |SIN PISTRICT MARCHING came from the minimum Stamp, $5.00; Wildlife Mrs. Jerry Sheldon is to make baskets to be
and Into th growing section in Viet Nam fighting this CONTEST. foundation program. An additional Management Area staying with her parentsat distributed at Christmas.
cutting off the nutritionalflow very hour. SATURDAY $2,424,266 came Stamp Hunter under 15. their home while her All ladles In the community -
of the tree causing a And so November 11th, The Crawfordville High from the county school $2.50. husband is confined to the are invited to attend.
slow death. while we salute the veter- School Band will partici= sales tax fund, Dickinson hospital suffering from 3rd Those present were:

Landowners are asked to ans of all wars, let us pate in the District MarchIng noted. degree burns.LisH Mrs. William L. Meadows,
contact the Florida Forest proudly lift our faces, said Contest to be held Sat- The remaining $2,045880 ,- Mrs. Marie Ladd, Mrs.
Service representativeclosest Koontz, with the knowledgethat urday, November 12, In went to school boardsin Tom Green, Mrs. Annie
to them when any young Americans are Tallahassee. 25 counties for junior Bryant, Mrs. Ralph Masters -
signs of forest insect infestations fighting and dying in Viet Twenty-six high school] college functions. This 1hg O1c/1tYm& I'D SAID Mrs. Crosby. Delightful -
are discovered. Nam for a cause they feel bands will perform and wiTbe money was made up of sums refreshments were

This will help alert the is Just. Their courage. judged on their march from the minimum founda- served.We .
foresters to a possible serIous brings not only hope to the Ing ability. I tion program, the sales tax .1'
people of South Viet Nam fund and special appropria-1 I
epedemlc so proper The contest will be heldat welcome Mr. and
steps can be taken. but to men and women ev- the Tallahassee Capital tlons. Mrs. York home after beIng -

erywhere. Stadium and the marchlm away for most of the
Chairman Koontz has will be from 6:30 p.m. until "Opportunity knocks but once summer.We .
called for an all-out Florida 10:30 p.m.Admission. NEED PRINTING -but unfortunately temptation
ADVERTISINGPAYS participation in this 196 will "1I le difficult for a dry
be $1.0( pro keeps hammering"._ wish to extend a warn*
November 11th Veteran for adults and feisor to whet a student
sac for stu : Elizabeth W. Spauldlnc, The welcome to Mr.and Mrs.
Day and, to show of their pride dents. CALL THE NEWS appetite for knowledge." Kentucky ( Barditown) Herbin, who have recently
support our troopsin
Standard. moved to St. M"arks.
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MEN IN SERVICE RESOLUTIONS express to his family our

In the Circuit Court of the Second deep sense of loss
VIAKULLA COUNTY NEWS In the Circuit Court of the Second LEGAL NOTICESIn Private First Bernard to this
WHEREAS
Judicial Circuit of FloeI In and Marine body and express to them
1YEMBER 1966 Mda,In and Judicial Circuit, Cutchln son Wilson has been a valuable
\nIURSDAT_..! 2 ForWakulla County For Wakulla County Florida. Class Eugene our sincere sympathy at the
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---- a In Chancery. la Chancery. No. 1405. the Circuit Court of the Se- of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest member of this organization passing of their husband

No. 1400. Ciod Judicial Circuit, In and Cutchin of St. Marks Flo- for the past four years and father.

Roston Warren Powell, HELEN S. HOPKINS Plaintiff, Flit Wakulla County, Florida. rida, has returned to May- and has served as Presi- BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED

Plaintiff, In Chancery. No. pone Florida as a crew-: dent of this Chamber for That a -
vs.
copy of
WAKULLA
VI.WllhelnUnia. JOSEPH J. HOPKINS, Equitable Credit and Discount member of attack aircraft the past eleven months, this resolution be spread

NEWS U Powell, Defendant. Company, a Philadelphia corp- carrier Saratoga after I rendering outstanding ser- upon our minutes a copy

COUNTY r Defendant.; NOTICE OF PUBLICATION oration authorized to business six-month deployment with vice to the Chamber of mailed toMrs.S.L.Moore

IoUOI _Order of Publication_ within the State of Florida. the U. S. Sixth Fleet. Commerce and to Wakulla Rt. S.Tallahassee.Florlda'
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f... STATE OF FLORIDA Plaintiff ,
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State of Florida was in the andWHEREAS and
Toi TOt Hopkins The Saratoga County I a copy be given to the
Joseph J.
Wllhelmlnla L. Powell, Street vs. Mediterranean participating he has exemplified -< press. '

General Delivery, Wellesley 20 Granite, MassachusettsYou Winston L Stewart and Betty C. with a Task Group which good citizenshipand Motion offered and unanimously
@ Strongjville, Ohio. Stewart his wife, -
was responsible for the Christian' living since passed at the
notified that a
are hereby Defendants. reg.
You are hereby notified that a suit for divorce has been brought military defense of the arealand j he came to this county In ular meeting of the Wakulla
complaint for divorce has been NOTICE OF SUIT
filed against you, and you are here- the discouragement 1962 andWHEREAS Chamber of Commerce on
against in the Circuit
Court of Wakulla you Flo- by 'required to file with, the IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF aggressive disorders. his employ- October 25th, A.D. 1966.

J 0 HARVEY .. .. EDITOR, ridaln Chancery.You County are,here- Clerk of the above styled Court, FLORIDA During this time the men ment makes It necessaryfor

by required to file (personallyor and serve upon Home, Rhodes TOt Winston Stewart and Bet- and material aboard the him to leave Wakulla Attests: John p. pigott

at CrawfordvilU.\ Florid" by attorney)with the Clerk of and Lamb, Attorneys for Plain- ty C. Stewart, his wifere- carrier were constantly County and take up his a- Secretary. Wakulla County

tMered,eeond class matter Subicrlp- said Court, and send a copy of tiff, 102-1/2 South Monroe siding In Thomas County, being tested. Many exer- bode In Madison Florida Chamber of Commerce,
Street Tallahassee, Florida, 3 Box
al Georgia, at Route ,
the with other
13.00 year same to the attorney for cises were held
ion rain per plaintiff, written defenses your written Answer or other 252, Thomasville,Georgia. and andWHEREAS
your defenses if to the Com- ships of the U. S. Navy his associa-
,
if any, to the complaint; in said any You are hereby notified that a
coun-
plaint in said suit on or before navies of the NATO tion with us has been so
cause, on o before Decembers, complaint to foreclose a mortgage -
November 28, 1966, or Decree tries In the area, as a part pleasant and beneficial to
1966., Herein, fall not or Judg- executed by you to Equitable -
tJeed. will be taken against commitment to our and the
If You ment by default will be entered Pro Confesso Credit and Discount Company of our this organization
against you.WITNESS you and Judgment enter- a Philadelphia corporation allies since the end of community that It has caus-

Office Supplies my hand and the seal ed for the relief prayed. authorized to do business within World War II. ed strong and lasting ties

Office Furniture of said Court at Crawfordville, WITNESS my hand and seal the State of Florida, on the following Also during the cruise of friendship to be formed

S Business Machines Wakulla County, Florida this of this Court, at Crawfodville Florida this, described property, to- the ship visited foreign between us, andWHEREAS
Wakulla ,
County
fir.... Call 2nd day of November, 1966. A.D. 1966. wits ports whose names sounded we are
(official seal) 24th day of October, Lots 31 and 32 In Block "F"of back Into history pro- thankful for his advance- IT'S UP TO YOUBy
WHALEY.t
RANEY /s/ Moody Pearce Moody/Moody Pearce Pearce, Clerk of the as Agua shown De by Vida plat Subdivision thereof of, moting a civic action pro- ment, but saddened by his
Moody Pearce and our People-to- andWHEREAS
Court Wakulla gram going
Circuit record 12 of Plat
on
CAPITAL OFFICEEQUIPMENT Clerk) Circuit Court County Florida Book No. 1 of page the Public Records People program. we are fully Howard E.Ktrthntr,L.H.D.

CO. Wakulla County, FloridaJ. Byi Beatrice Dugger.: of Wakulla County, cognizant of the loss to this

H. HudsonP. Deputy Clerk Florida, Army First Lieutenant county, but appreciative of

102 E, .JEFFERSCN O. Box 66Crawfordville Mallory E. Home has been filed against you and Michael R. Odum 23, son the gain of a neighboring

223 S. ACKMSTALLAHASSEE for Plaintiff4tcU3,10,17,24., Florida of Home, Rhodes C Lamb youare required to file yourans- of Mrs. Christina P.Odum county by his coming, and., "Mr. Labor"
Attorney
102-1/2 South Monroe Street wer or other pleading to the 534 Williams Street, Tallahassee WHEREAS, we wish to

FLORIDA Tallahassee, Florida complaint with the Clerk of the Florida received express our appreciationfor
Attorneys for Plaintiff4tclO27.113.10.17. above entitled Court, and servea the Bronze Star Medal work of ON more than one occasion Mr
the good
our
NOTICE TO BIDDERS copy thereof on the plaintiff's George Meany, also known
16 in .
October Vietnam.He
on
retiring president, "Mr. Labor"
attorneys, Ervin, Pennington, a. has demonstrated -
Notice is hereby given that the Yarn G Jacobs, 305 South Cads- was decorated for THEREFORE IT RESOLVED a high
HENRY WILLIAMS Board of County Commissionersof IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT OF den Street, Tallahassee Florida outstanding meritorious That the Wakulla order of statesmanship. .

REALTY Wakulla County will receive THE SECOND OF FLORIDA JUDICIAL, IN AND- not later than December 9, service as an advisor ir County Chamber of Com- At the

sealed bids at the office of the FOR WAKULLA COUNTY. IN 1966, and that if you fail to do Battery A, 2nd Battalion of merce do express Its high close of the sec-

Clerk of the Circuit Court in so a decree pro confesso will be the 101st Airborne Divi regards for Mr.Wilson and ond world war,

Reg. Real Estate BrokerSt. Crawfordville until December CHANCERY.No.. 1399 entered against you for therelief sion's 1st Brigade.Lt. wish him every success In in 1946 along
5th, 1966, at 10:00 o'clock demanded in the complaint.This Odum entered on active his new location that his with William
Marks Fla. A.M. and then opened for furnishing Donald Lorrain WALKER, notice shall be publishedonce duty In April 1964 and activities in the;business Green President i-
the following: Plaintiff, each week for four conse- and thir-
last stationed
was
at Ft.
Phone 741' life of Madison his
"Mapping, Platting, Appraising Vs. cutive weeks in the Wakulla County teen vicepresidentsMr
and making property cards Sarah Elizabeth WALKER. County News, a newspaper in Campbell, Ky. faithful work in the church ,Meany-

REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES for Wakulla County. Defendant. Wakulla County, Florida. He was graduated from and the public schools of as Secretary I of

The Board reserves the rightto DONE AND ORDERED at Craw Leon High School Tallahassee that community, may be as the American

Associate: reject any or all bids and a- ORDER OF PUBLICATION fordville, Florida, this 7th day in 1960, and he received pleasing and beneficial In Federation of
ward tothe best interests of Wa- of November 1966. his commission his
R. M. Hatcher. Sr. new environment as Labor signed
an
kulla County. STATE OF FLORIDA TOx through the Reserve Officers lr, Aer.hner
SEAL -
Phone WA 6.3201 Sara Elizabeth Walker ( ) tl .y have been in his pre- important decla-
Board of County Commissioners Moody Pearce Training Corps
3413 Commercial Street ernt location.BE ration. This declaration stated in
San Antonio, Texas. Clerk of Circuit Court program at Florida State IT FURTHER RESOLVED effect that there should be no
Wakulla CountyCrawfordville Wakulla County, FloridaBy University Tallahassee That a of wage increases which would lead
ATKINSONELECTRIC Florida You are hereby notified that a ; /Beatrice Pugger where be received a B. A. this resolution, be copy spread to price increases. This statement .

SERVICE 2tc11310. complaint for divorce has been Deputy Clerk degree in 1964. took the form of a reportof
upon our minutes a copy
4tc-ll/10 17.24,12/1.
filed against you in the Circuit the executive council of the
CONTRACTINGALL HELP WANTEDMALEOR Court of Wakulla County, Florida given to the Press and a. AFL made to the sixty-fifth annual
ELECTRICAL
FEMALE: Would like in Chancery. You are here- CRAWFORDVILLESCHOOL copy mailed to tbeMadlson convention of that body held
Is hereby
to hear from dependable by required to file(personally or Notice given Chamber of Commerce. in
Chicago, October 7.17, 1946
TYPES APPLIANCES REPAIRED ) with the Clerk of that pursuant to Chapter MENUNovember Resolution offered
person with car regarding by attorney by This statement approved of the
said Court, and send a copy of 494, Florida Statutes. 1965,
ELECTRICAL WIRING AND REPAIRS opportunity to supply con- Mr. Pigott seconded by executive order of the President
for
the same to the attorney the following described 14-18
sumers with Rawlelgh Products Mr. Rehwlnkel and unani- issued in
LICENSED ELECTRICIAN plaintiff, your written defenses, lands In Wakulla County August, 1945, returning
In Liberty County or mously carried at the regular industry and labor free
if to the complaint IB said to
any will be sold
R. W. ATKINSON Florida at Monday __
Franklin County. For Information meeting on collective bargaining with the
cause, on or before December for the September -
CRAWFMUNILLE FLA write Rawlelgh: 51966. Herein.Jail-not or public outcry high- Salisbury Steaks 29, A.D. 966, sole limitation that wage increases -

PHONE 962-5391 Day or Night FLJ-220-S18, Memphis judgement default will be entered est and best cash In bid, at Steamed Rice /Roland D. Hirvey should not break price
the Courthouse Craw- Toss Salad
Tenn.5t1020,113,11,121,8.. against you. Vice President ceilings. Of this the executive
WITNESS my hand and the seal fordville Florida betweenthe PeachesBread Attest John Pigott council report said: "The American
:
of said Court at Crawfordville, hours of 11:00 o'clock Butter Federation of Labor saw the
Wakulla County, Florida this and 2:00 o'c1ockP.M. Milk Secretary Wakulla "
A.M.
TERRY HARRIS wisdom of this policy, recognizIng -
2nd day of November, 1966. Ion the 8th day of December County Chamber of that price ceilings must be

Hoiye String 4 Sell Knapp stioes paiTor 1966. Tuesday Commerce held to prevent increases in living -
Official Seal
Applianc.1Jteair fun time. Earn $25 to $150a ( ) Lots 10. 47 49, :51, Spaghetti Meat Sauce costs and to speed an orderly

week on high commis- /Moody PearceClerk S3 and :55 of Block 4; Turnip Greens WHEREAS anothercharter reconversion of the nation's industries -

Al. oJElec; t r i c-f 1 eta sions and bonus. Steady Circuit Court, Lots SO, 52, and 56 of Mixed Fruit member of our organ- to peace time work, Ve
year-round business. Equipment Wakulla County, Florida Block 7; Lots 68 and CornbreadBread ization has been called to cooperated fully with the Presi

furnished. Writeto 11 of Block; and Lt Butter his final reward and dent's wage policy."
Route
1, Box 34: R. L. Johnson, Knapp J. H. HUDSONP.O. 114 of Block 11; Townof Milk WHEREAS for many The AFL council report then
Sopchoppy, Florida : Shoes Brocton Mass. BOX 66Crawfordville panacea Park. years he has been one of recites the fact that thousandsof

'1'hone..lo-2i54Z. 2tc-1{/3.17. Fla. Wednesday our most faithful and beloved wage negotiations were successfully

Attorney for Plaintiff. (Official Seal Affixed) i Pure Pork Sausage members working carried through with
4tc-U/3lO,17,24. at all times for the har- "wage increases averaging be.

LOSE WEIGHT safely W'ith WOULD LIKE TO BUY /sMoody Pearce Spinach Buttered Corn monious functioning of this tween ten rents and twenty cent

Dex-A-Dlet Tablets. Only from 40 to 100 acres of Clerk of Circuit Court group without any thoughtof an hour." It was recognized that
$Ut.Wakulja; Pharmacy, land Apple Crisp "workers would benefit most by
in Wakulla
County at' FOR RENT Furnished r Wakulla County. Florida Bread Butter reward honor or recognition speeding the transition so that

a reasonable price. Phone' beedroom home about 1/4 Milk for his efforts, production per man hour would

FOR SALEsTrtuSrseir my or write Robert Lee Waif mile east of Crawfordville. and be increased and output of consumer

home, have lowered my P. O. Box 1636 Tallahassee Contact Mrs.Margaret Re- Thursday WHEREAS he has by his goods would make up

price $1000. Call Mrs. Florida telephone no. veils WO2-2211 Sopchop41c1110,17,24,121 NOTICE Vegetable Soup kindness humility and shortages and check inflation

Bobby Russ at WA6-5141 877-2167.. __ __ Saltines friendliness endeared him- dangers."
after six. 'To All Hunters Who Will Cabbage/pineapple Salad self to each of us, and by Recognizing the importance of
his
Be Hunting In The Aucilla Yellow layer cake unselfish co-operative flexibility in wages and prices in
Butter with and helpful actions from the order to adjust to changing con
Management Area In Wa- Frosting
/-. TUlatiassee kulla County. Bread Butter days day the depression to ditions, the council report demonstrated
Business Firms .
Milk the of his death aided the wisdom of its authors
The 'iCKja In the Aucilla
and assisted his less fort- in the following statement:
I Managen a At Area are na Erlday unate neighbors with his "Therefore if we found! employ

DIRECTORYPATRONIZE game.Owner Hamburgers advice encouragement and ers unable to pay the full In.
his worldly crease we asked, without break
H. H. StricklandP. Lettuce Tomatoes goods, and
ing price ceilings, our unions accepted -
O.-Box 56 Potato Chips WHEREAS by his unchanging five cents or ten cents in

TlESE St. Marks. Florid Cherry Cobbler honesty and dependability the fall with provision for reOpening
ADVERTISERSF 3tc-ll Bread Butter he has com- additional
101724.
.- manded the the agreement for an
Milk respect of all five or ten cents in spring
men who knew him, and when industry had reached a

R M WHEREAS, he served his larger production volume."

a i O. I. GRAMLING county in an offiCial capa- It is recalled that prior to
city for a number of World when demand was
War I
FEEDSFlint r; years
!!J & CO. without any shadow of '-' slack and unsold goods accumu

r firnh"oracla'gras&wSB? ac.l I lating, British union leadership
One-Stop ServIce for would sometimes suggest to management
.?,? River Mills si FeedSeedFertilizePoultry 3 K'. of R.R. a cut in wages until

2015 a. Monroe 877-1155 Supplies What is a shoofly track J, volume could be expanded,workers a

'-1-M Ranch a Garden Center j i Garden Tools How big is the "Railroad strength at all timed I I into rehired, and industry shifted when
Promoting high gear. Conversely,
826 .. Gaines 224-7197 Navy These are but two ol I will
brother there lag in employmentand
So. Adam at S.A.L.R.R. the 200 !y lovndue was no
f questions and answers love of the products of were
God In Industry
iaker-Alford Co. I. Crowing .0'f'4. included in the booklet entitled I gation, and his congre. I selling freely, the unions would

t Light Weight and RtyularConeritt Phone 222a1i: "Quiz on Railroads and Railroading WHERE he, request and get an advance in
TA Paste Houia" Blockj j I available from the many OCcasions, has oa wages This flexibility worked

r Anything tractor.for Also your for auto your,power truckor Hanson, Wood andHodlnd.lnc. j II I "Careful where you step- American Association of Railroads the thanks of this expres see wonders in making the adjust

. lawnmower, and much for your my pet mice are out getting Washington D. C. Ita many blessings body fOJ ments which retained balance between
boat. their exercise." voted theafcwSS and In. the various groups of pro'ducers
S.
'a I i I J91.N.Adams* St. Ph. 222-3380 Tel." 222-5840 Adam St. P.at 0.4-Polnta Box eel .. ... en continued pres. and prevented serious or
endthe Creator long-term and unemployment
.: j us. jmo : depression

I 1 MCCLEND0N'FUNERA WHEREAS The flexibility of the free mar
I I I \ ket apart from government intervention

; .Yai-t'er, Inc Little Folks Store, s H'OM.B' and labor union pres-
and
:I 1 It-.. Inc. : ure will greatly mitigate
his and
rapidly depression
overcome
I.
Majors"The for Capital1 Minor 24 HOUR- AMBULANCE SERVICE / continued, presence a'j George Meany's former policy of

Jnnranet Gild BotU2ft CIt.Ud,",', F"ih.*for' '. I 1 no wage increase that would leadto

Gam.', Hobbie, i aSSFSr?: price increase is sound and
: i a.Myna St. 7..222. eaoI' Baby AettuoHtt pHONE 385-1161 lallahattee'' Fla. Just what we need today.
133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 I II
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Of
e Moore by Brother > L, Reward Xtrtknn'i C.mmint."".

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10. 1966 WEATHER FORECASTThe ARTHUR P. WEED TAX ASSESSORS SEMINARTO

BE HELD HERETallahassee
'
Arthur P. Weed age; 54,
Thirty Day Agricul-
tural Weather Outlook for of Carrabelle died last Fred O. WHAT IS THE ANSWER?
morning In the Dickinson, Jr.. Comptroller -
the month of November for Thursday
South Georgia Southeast Veteran Hospital Lake of Florida, today approved by Henry E. Garrett, Ph.D. 1
Alabama and Northwest City Florida, following an final plans for a Protestor mentis Psychology Columbia University 1
here
FLORIDA Florida Issued by the Weather extended Illness. seminar to be held Past Prudent Ampriean hycholeiiitl i l Assoc+ahee ,I I"I
STATE Riley Funeral Homeof next month for county tax
Bureau Advisory Agricultural R.Carrabellewaslnchargeof L. assessors and their staffs. .
Meteorologist Dickinson estimated 300
Georgia Coastal plain Experiment arrangements.He .
grting We since 1941.
Georgia November 1 Carrabelle
Walt Disney presents IV 00 coming from New York. the series of lectures to : Do you say a child can never be any "smarter" than
Starting
*
Wednesday. Nov.9 Temperatures are expected He was a member of the be given by six nationally he is in the beginning* ** '
known tax assessing experts -
'The FIGHTING PRINCE Elvis to average below Congregational Holiness It !
In .
Presley of Wortf A A child's innate intellectual potential does -
Of Donegal'Also normal over all of the Tri- Church veteran :
State Agricultural Area War II and a retired auto. "This will be one of the change with variations in his IQ-only our measure 01it :
'SPINOUT''YELLOWSTONE during November. Daily mobile mechanic. top schooling sessions ever changes. There U only so much speed in a horse, and 1 I
mean temperatures will Survivors include hit offered by this office toFlorida's it may vary on occasions On a given day, a horse may ;
CUBS.rURY average between 54 and 62 wife, Mrs. Cora Weed tax administrators run faster than on another day, but his maximum potential
degrees. Daily maximum Carrabelle; 1 stepson said Dickinson.He Robinson never varies. So with the IQ. The bulk of the
temperatures should aver- Harvey Daughtry, Carra- named H. Elmo evidence indicates that an IQ i is hard to change. Shouldwe
age between 67 and 73 degrees belle; 1 stepdaughterMrs. head of the special, succeed in equating environment, the child with1 the
HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN with afternoon tem- Meredith Chisholm, Car- assessments department of the greater intellectual potential will always score higher ,
to take charge pro-
OUTDOOR peratures 75 rabelle; mother, Mrs. Susan -
WWOODVILU HWT. reaching or ject. Robinson will be assisted on IQ tests.
Weed, Keeseville, N.
higher on 5 to 7 days.Daily membersof
minimum Y. two sisters, Mrs. Nora by other
temperatures ;
Today throughSaturday Thura, Friday & SaturdayRay will average between 44 and Crowningshield, New Lon- the Comptroller's office !
5 with don, Conn., and Mrs. Cora staff the Comptrolleradded.
degrees
Danton Marlsa Mell early
Hugh O'Brian __ falling Wilson, Plattsburg, N. Y.; otii
"SECRET AGENT morning temperatures -
instructional
Mickey 1 brother, Charles Weed The pro- L
SUPER DRAGON' Rooney below 32 degrees 6 to
is slated for Decem-
AMBUSH BAY" 8 mornings over northern Billings Montana; and 4 gram
examine
will
ber 5-7. It
section and 2 to 4 times in grandchildren.Pallbearers.
Jack E. Leonard -- the
four major topics: con-
Phyllis Diller Doris Day Rod southern sections duringthe were Char-
Taylor cept of value, replacementcost :
les Mlllender, Parmilee FEDERAL ,
FAT period. A crop killing
SPY.GLASS value
BOTTOM as a measure of ,
BOAT'Lex freeze is expected to occur Brannon, Bill Brannen,Jim market .
analysis of trans.
all sections Bockelman, John Carrolland fTAUAIWIU
over early
Wendell
Corey -- SAVINGS
March Richms | Barker Pierre Bric in the period. Myers Mattain actions and income as a '
'A PLACE measurement of value. i
rAGENT FOR H.A.R.M.V CALLED Rainfall during the next The International Association -
GLORY'
30 days Is expected to average of Assessing Officers -
between 1.50 and 4.00 l has recomended the '!, f ,
Inches occurring as show- il six lecturers. They are:
ers and general rains on Donald R. Beach Du Page
5 to 7 days during the per- County, Illinois; RichardA. or t
$
iod.Sunshine during Novem- r!; g Chandler, Richmond, MODERN '
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eBiae Virginia; Donald P. Fle-
ber Is expected to average ming, Washington, D. C.; BEAUTY
about 65 percent of possible Surely blessing I will bless George Kostishak, Ann
with 2 or 4 periods of extended thee.-(Heb. 6:14): Arbor, Michigan; Robert SALON
cloudiness. Let us bless all that we have H. McSwain Montgomery; t
Soil temperatures will our home, our work, our Alabama; and John C.Wallace 3613 S. MONROE
continue to fall sharply material possessions of every Portsmouth, Virginia. -
PHONE J77-79M
during the next 30 days un- kind. Let us bless these things, .
der the Influence of decreasing realizing they represent our All the lecturers are OPERATORS
air temperaturesand acceptance and use of God's Certified Assessment E-
I day length. Temperatures substance As we bless these valuators (CAE) and ::hold: Call Spears
under 4 Inches of bare number of other
a
outer expressions our appreciative profes- Bernice Nix
soil are expected to drop to attitude quickens us to sional designations.The .
throw Linda Davis
averages in the 50's by the see even more of the good. If seminar will con-

end of the period. we are given a gift, if someone clude with an optional writ- 1,11 OPEN 8 AM UNTIL6 : -..
shares some good with us, let ten examination which will 6 DAYS A WEEK '
V us remember to give our bless- count as credit toward a I \
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BOBBY KENNEDYTO
A
Enjoy the b.-teiIts/ ofcomputer Nuclear-Powered Heart

m :The scientific and medical professions are pooling their
RUN IN 68 skills to develop a nuclear-powered artificial heart. A radio- .

active capsule) within the artificial heart will furnish the power i
for a tiny steam engine designed to actuate a blood pump.

JOHN / SYNON This pioneering research subject is being conducted at theChildren's
Hospital Medical Center, Boston Mass., and they
accuracy and electronic banking. plan to implant the heart in an animal later this year.

Time after time, I find myself or Lyndon? Pit them head to If these tests and the many to follow are successful scientists -
"the near head in a battle for the Left believe that they can develop a heart unit that would be
an opinion-
;......,,, .. exposed impossibility to of denying nomina Democratic vote, who do you thin the size of a cantaloupe, would weigh about five pounds, could
-, tfI' 'w:.... tion of incumbent President"that would win? function within the rib cage for up to 10 years and couldbe
an
..#- ': "'" fact. Par Well who advocated sending a total heart replacement. The use of nuclear power could
is not grounded; in
: fact that Bobby blood to the North Vietnamese, eliminate one major obstacle to the development of artificial
ticularly is it not a
Kennedy would find it a "near and why? Bobby, that's who. Bob- hearts : the need to frequently replace the power source.
b-: impossibility" to unhorse Lyndon by is becoming the darling of the The research is being conducted jointly by Children's Hospital
Johnson. St. Vitus Dancers, and Lyndon is and Thermo-Electron Engineering Corp., of Waltham,

rJorda Contrariwise, it be as easy the subject of their derision. And Massachusetts.The .
may major technical problems in of nuclear-
off this is the element that controlsthe development a
falling a log.
as national Democratic party, the powered heart involve heat and radiation, says Dr. WilliamF.
--- >K oJ. I-r-I Alabama.The reason: George Wallace of vibrating, intellectual Left. .Bernhard of Children's Hospital,the project medical director.

\ Given that sort of set what
up .
I IL Presidential elections are begun
manner of candidate do think
you
s i we should remember, by a seriesof Lyndon would make
II'd come convention
State primaries. Some 16 States time? Having lost

as I recall hold election' to make primary he couldn't keep out every of? SPECIALS
known their citizens' party prefer And lose he would. Fact is, if Wal-
L ence. And whereas the total num.Ix'r lace and Kenned enter every primary
of delegates involved in these
'" contest that carries LyndonJohnson's
SPECIALS FRI., SAT.,
piim.uics i is nowhere near the majority
name, Johnson will not
needed nominate, they
U.Jan : to get a majority vote in any of those
arc excruciatingly important in setting States.

likely opinion. Therefore, it Then what? FRESH GRADE AFRYERS
unableto
isn't an incumbent
There is an answer to that
question
win in his party's primaries too; and the answer nails
.
would be the in
'" w war.r4rwwr* M. acceptable to party
another gross;: bit of propaganda. I LB.29C
eon cn tion. I low
many times have you read
And Lvnclon Johnson, with that "renomination has not been
things as then will be will not be denied to any President in the
able to win primary elections. 20th Century?"

I lere is why: George if Wallace all of i is Try to get Harry Truman to ROLLED SAUSAGE. . LB . . 59*
going to enter some not affirm that hogwash.;: The Demo

those primaries there i is little crats broke the old man's heart in 'T-BONE . . . LB. . . 79*
Banking Hours: doubt of that. Bearing in mind 1952. Truman stood in the wings,
how well the Little Judge ran in there at Chicago, pleading to be NBC PINWHEEL COOKIES . . . 49*
Monday thru Thursday 9 to 5 *, 1964 (44 per cent of \lanl.md's: allowed to make his case to seek
37*
Democratic primary vote, for instance renomination (he LINDY CORN. 2-2 CANS. . . .
Friday .... ... 9 to 6:30: was eligible)
), he he do
may expected( to And they dumped him. ORANGES. . . DOZ . . 59*
WALK UP i DRIYI IN FACILITIES much better in 1968. the temperof Why?
the times being chat it is. Thatis For the same reason LBJ risks WE HAVE A SUPPLY OF FRUIT CAKE MIX

Lc George: Wallace will win some the peril of being dumped in 1968:
.aY. primary elections ami he will do Unpopularity.

exceedingly will in those! he enters So. let's hear nn more of the
but does not win. poppycock Bobby Kennedy knows
What docs that late It leaves the facts of political life and despite WE. SELL '

60 per cent of the Democratic primary disclaimers, when it suits his ITI LERSI MONEY ORDERSSHOP

Remember the name of our bank the next time you're vote for Lvndon and Bobby purpose you may expect him to
to scrap o\cr. S70! per cent: mote out.
looking for-Full Banking Services. Many fine people dol makes difference What
no i is significant I lis mote will come on the heels
is this: The remainder (Wallace's announcement.

whether 40 per cent 60 per cent And brother so far as the Democratic LOCALLY AND SAVE
LEWIS STATE BANKFlorida's or 70 |x-r cent, the votes not cast nomination is concerned ''

for Wallace-will represent! Liberal if-when-Bobhv moves you bet PIGOTT.'S STORE
and Far Left Democrats.And .
on him to capture the Democratic
,. Oldest who do you think has the gonfalon. This ruthless man plays :MEDART .

support of the Left Wing: Bobby only sure shots.

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Maknt! | |>lutr ,plum,: in the IKlli rrniury required| l "|* -tl mill
fl' minute tttlrnlmn from ""Horkinun.' Here the mourn
', plan, in poured. onlo IJIJHtalile, Mhrrr two men move urwpprr
roller ovrr II. Oilier u..Munli rutrh unit plurk out
t 1 any bite of duel, l which might; ._.fall on the Mill writ. Mir face.

Safety glass in aluminum
) When the Romans con.
patio doors is now becoming quered Egypt they took backto
standard; interestingly it Rome samples of glassware
was only 350 years ago that and secrets of glass-
windows which providedsome making.During.
control over room temperature the Middle Ages
and ventilation became no church was complete without .
standard. These were beautiful stained glass
crude devices, usually con windows. The first glass mir
sisting of 15 to 20 square rors and crude eyeglassen
panes divided by horizontaland date from about the 13tl TRESPASSING
vertical lead bars. A century.Plate. .
wrought-iron frame hingedon glass with the claritywe
one side, allowed the window take for granted today
aJ, to swing open. was unknown less than 100
a Glass, itself is even centuries years ago. Today glass is not
older. The first manS only clearer but safer. Aluminum
made glasses were glazes patio doors which OR HUNTING
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used as decorative coatingson contain safety glass l help in ,
stone beads; the earliest sure that your youngsters will
known examples, found in not be cut should they fall '
Egypt, date from 12,000 B.C, aGainst the glass. If safety
The oldest pure glass objectin glass should break under
the world a tiny blue heavy impact it crumbles in.
amulet is 9,000 years old. to small granular fragments
To the ancient Egyptians, rather than large, sharp-
glass was a luxury item, so paged pieces, minimizing the By OWNER '
expensive that glass beads danger of serious personal
were considered as precious.as injury.Other.
natural gems! Glassblowing new ideas in glass
was unknown. Early include window panes that
Egyptian artisans lass automatically regulate heat
vessels by winding rods of and light. Tomorrow, entire THE WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS _
hot softened glass around a cities may be enclosed in I
central core of sand built up glass domes that can regulate
on a metal rod. the weather! J t _
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