Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: February 18, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33429963
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I VOLIMN( 66 NUMBER: 25 --- 1 I CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORID 'L THIRSDtt,_February. 18.i9_ | :1 32327 Pllce lOo fer "P7WAKU'.LaI

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Louise C. Sapp of Tallahassee, were the dinner -
Sarah Green is this year's Betty -
of Mr. and Mrs. Er-
afternoon at 4:00P. ( guests
Thursday Apalachicola Valley Conference of Tom-
Crocker Homemaker
vin Anderson and Blonza Sun-
back to school for Jo
M. is a Tournament got under-
morrow for S had e v 11 Ic High
group of Wakulla County Tea- Bristol last Thursday
way day.Mr. I School. She scored highesthere
chersenrolled in Modem Math with second-seeded Craw-
night in a written homemaking
and Mrs. W. D. Reynolds
ematics. They are participating fordville Apalachicola 1
examination taken Dec. by
visited their daughter
in A faculty study course. by a 83-73 score, and Wewa- 552 704 senior girls in 14,236of
Mrs. Byron Cox, who was hospitalized ,
This course deals with ways to hitchka Canabcllc
edging by for observation Mon- the nation's high schools.
teach Modem Mathematics in 63-55. Core led all scor-
Jerry day night. She is now eligible for state and
the elementary grades. ers with a total of 35 points. national scholarship i awards
This study course was made Cook added 16 for the
Dusty from $500 to $5,000. (
Mrs. Willis
Levy is a patient .
and ,
possible by the Interest sup- Hcndcls led
Wayne attlic Carra belle Hospital. We Test papers of all school winners -
port of our School Superintendent Chapman with 23 markers, followed I judged
hope she has a speedy recovery.A in the state are being r.i! I '
William E. Whaley by Red Sizemore's 17 and competitively. From this,

with the cooperation the Wa- Frank Smith's 16. Wcwa was revival is being conductedby the State Homemaker of Tom-

kulla County Board of Public In- led by Jerry Taunton, Kenneth the Rev. Emmett Whaley morrow will be named, and will

struction. Superintendent Wha- Gilbert, and Bill Smith, who and the Rev. Cortez White at receive a $1,500 scholarshipfrom
ley pointed out that this is jus scored 18 12 10 points, res &
the Congregational Holiness I General Mills, Inc. spon-
one way to improve instructionin pectively. High scorers for Car- Church. The public is cordially sor of the annual Betty Crocker I
our schools. He stated that rabc lie were Tommy Clcmmons I her school
invited to attend. Search. In addition, )
with continued cooperation of with 18 points, Bruce Carroll will be awarded a set of the

the Board he hopes to initiate with 11, and John Schultz with Franklin Jones spent the week- Encyclopaedia Britannica by I

a continuing in-service train- 10.On end with his parents, Mr. and Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.
ing program for instructional Friday night, top-seeded Mrs. Frank Jones. He is attending The second-ranking girl will receive -

personnel. He indicated that Sopchoppy defeated arch-rival college m Mississippi.We a $500 educational: grant. -

the next subject area to receive Crawfordville, 70-48, and host Following her selection, the :

special attention will probablybe Bristol ripped Wcwahitchka, the people of Sopchoppy State Homemaker of Tomorrow -

reading and language arts 62-49, to earn berths in the and of the Sopchoppy High ,together with a school advisor -

Parents want their children to championship game. Sopchoppy School, would like to take this will join winners and \ \
compete on an even basis with had four players in double I time to congratulate Coach advisors from each of the 49 ,

students from other areas of the figures. Randy Anderson led Sanders and his fine squad of other states and the District of '

state and nation. To do this the Jackets' scoring attack with basketball boys for the outstanding Columbia in an expense-paid

they must receive training in 19 points, followedby John David 'I job they did on winning the educational tour of Colonial j/

this "new" approach to math- Jones' 18, Ray Graham's 16, championship of the conference Williamsburg, Va., Washing ,
ematics. This Is evident whenit and Rondell Nichols' 12. Jerry tournament, and remain- ton, D. C. and New York Ci- I
Is realized I I that more and Core scored 18 points and teammate ling the only undefeated team ty. Climax of the trip will be -

more emphasis is being placed Dusty Cook added 11. in the Big Bend area. We, as the naming of the 1965 Betty
the district board of Scouts of America In Wakulla
on "modern mathematics" in SCOUTING I LEADERS Composing new c Boy
Bristol led John McDaniel well Coach Sanders All-American Home-
the state-wide tests both ninth was by as are very Crocker County are, left to right front: A. B. Snyder, Panacea; Sam Lollic, Cwwfordville, William Crif-
who scored 28 points, astheywontheir proud of these boys and hope maker of Tomorrow. Chosen
grade and twelf'h: grade. It is fin, Scout Executive, Tallahassee 2nd row, Forrest Coxes, Ochlockonce; W. B. Witt, Panacea
first of the continue to win in the fu- from the state winnerson
game they
knowledge that college among Frank R. Rabenon, Wakulla Station; and 3rd row, Preston Robinson, Sea Scout Skipper, Oclilocko-
common and broke an eleven ture. The next basis of her original test
season the
mathematics is much more varsity game nee; Bernard Wilson, Crawfordville, and Leys H. Moore, Ivan.! The board was established during
game losing streak. Bill Smith's for the Yellow Jackets will be score, plus personal observationand
difficult for the student who 12 points and Ken Gilbert's 11 Friday night, when they meet interviews during the tour, meeting in Crawfordville, to reactivate Boy Scouting.

lacks an understanding of mo- paced Wewa. the Rockets of Lee High here. her scholarshipwill be increased -

dern mathematics.For In the championship game, Lee, who Isledby cousins Shir- to $5,000. Crants of second -
many years school mathematics hometown Bristol fell to unbeaten rill and Kyle Hicks, sports an third and fourthrankinggirls
i has been a study of Sopchoppy 68-54, as the 18-2 record. They have won in the nation will be raised -

numbers and their properties Yellow Jackets won their 14th 17 straight games. to $4,000, $3,000 and $Z, -T'L
taught in terms of techniques game of the year, and the title 000, respectively.
and manipulations. In recent ofthe Apalachicola Valley W el
years a number of people and Conference. Randy Anderson Davis home were Mr. and Mrs. CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH

organizations have worked to dumped in 18 points, while Hilton Bonniwell and Mr. and SCHOOL HONOR ROLLS FOR '

change this pattern. As a result teammates John David Jones Mrs. Norman Smith of Norman THIRD GRADING TERM : T _
there are now being advocated and added 16 each.
Ray Park, Ca. Mr. Bonniwcll is _
a number of "new" pro- Tommy Posey, who scored 11 Dean of Norman College and All "A" loner' Roll _
school mathematics.These
grams in point in the fourth quarter Mr. Smith is principal of the First CAdei Anna V.lialcy,
programs -have in com- clupptfd in 11. Cloyce Kankin high school.Mr. Michelle McCallistcr.
rflon an Increased emphasis on led Bristol 20
netting points,
Second Grade Regina Oaks.
the structural aspects of mathematics and John McDaniel had 13. and Mrs. Scott Key of
Fourth Grade Marsha
: Jerni-
and an attempt to show Lithe earlier consolationgame Tallahassee spent Sunday with
the "why"of arithmetical com Mr. and Mrs. Revell. gan.
Wcwahitchka squeezed Raymond
Sixth Grade Strick-
putation.It Mrs. is the former Ricky \
..yCri'wfordvllle,57-56. Fourplayers Key Betty
land Linda Lawhon Anne Ma- k\
is certainly fair to ask what Gall t
: hit in double figures to Ringo. ,
Porter .
this Pam Oliver
all this fuss about "programs"and Becky ,
"modem mathematics" involves pace thcCators'victory. Ken- Mr. Warren Harden took a car Cindy Russ.ScventhsGrades.
for 14
neth Gilbert struck
and why anyone shouldbe aided by Jerry Taunt on's 13, full of M. Y. F. members to Melinda Har Wit .

concerned with such mat- Charles Fortner's 12, and Floyd Carra belle Monday night to a vey.Twelfth Gradci Barbara Jcrn-
ters. A n answer is obvious. sub-district meeting.
Lister's 10. Core and Billy
Mathematics as well as many Porter scored 20 and 13 igan."AB" t/c __
other aspects of the world we EXPANSION SET FOR Honor Roll: _
for the
points, respectively,
live in is changing at a rapid: Panthers, TELEPHONE SERVICE First Klmmic Dykes, Kevin ( "1
rate. Less well known is the The All-tournament team Gaby, Bonita Stoklcy, Debra
fact that in the past few decades chosen consisted of An- Southeastern Telephone Company Durrance, Olivia Oaks, Sonja k -
the uses and applicationsof Randy has announced plans fora Council, Bev Cowdy, Bill Harvey -
derson David and
John Jones, large in Dennis Tucker !Helen
have ,
mathematics changed Graham of expansion program ,
evident that Ray Sopchoppy connection with long distance Wilson Moore.
enormously. It is Betsy '"
Rankin and John Mc-
sound knowledge of math- Cloyce and extended area service for Seconds Damca Weiford, \
Daniel of Bristol Lister
; Crawfordville Panacea and i Strickland Dennis "
ematics is becoming a prerequisite and Taunton of Wewahit- Cynthia ,
Jerry "
for fruitful work in an Sopshoppy. Land has been purchased Worrell, Lamar Young Jack
chka of Crawford-
ever increasing number of occupations. ; Jerry Core in Crawfordville from Townsend, Gene Strickland,
ville Clemmons of
This knowledge Carrabcllc; Tommy and Red Sizemore Mr. C. L. Rchwinkcl" in orderto Lisa Smith, Pam Harvey, Di- p AT "

must include ""hy" mathematical of ; enlarge the present telephone Nee Dickson, Chuck Bonyata .
work as well as Apalachicola.Mr. building.; The cost of this work Third: Cheryl Bummer, Angela
processes will be approximately $8,000. Evans Jan Harper, Bill
'how they It is not e- and Mrs. Bun Simmons ,
for today's children to Also included in the program is Moore, Sarabclh Morrison ,
nough and Mr. and Mrs. Classford of
the erection of a 150 foot self- Debbie Nazworth, Terry Naz-
mathematics rote
learn by
Gulf Terrace Lanark Village, Work
memorization. Their chancesfor visited Mrs. Simmons' sisterin supporting tower at Crawford worth, Shirley I Tartt, Larry He Makes Time
success increase tremendously Hemando Thursday. td provide microwave cir Wcthcrington.
when they are taught cuits between Tallahassee and Fourth Jed Oliver, Luther

methods of mathematical Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp visited Crawfordville.The Raw Is, Karen Martin, Debbie

thinking as well as the basic Mr. and Mrs.Terry Land new facilities will permit Mathers, Danlynn Nazworth,
content of mathematics. and son, Tracy, in Panama the long distance circuits between Debra Wei ford Linda Deal Successfully For Him
Tallahassee and Craw
Every ele me ntary teacher City Saturday. Dwane Sparkman.
from the St. Marks, Sopchoppy fordville, Tallahassee and Panacea Fifth Lorinda Nazworth, David ,

and Crawfordville schools Mr.fand Mrs. Bleney B. Bon- and between Tallahassee Brown, Desmond Tucker, PANACEA Time can ,icitamly; lay In commenting on his siiiccssful hnhhy-

who plans to teach in Wakulla ncr returned home Saturday and Sopchoppy to be Increased Betty Green, Kathy Harvey, heavy on the hands of someone unable to caster, Smith pointed out lli.il one of I the
County next year and who has night from Montgomery, Ala. and facilities will be Diane Mathers.
already had a similar available for adding additional Sixth Bobbie Burgess, Wanda walk-or even sit up for long periods: of essential qualification: for being a MIKUSS-

course in college is enrolled in Attending the Union Mcctlnf circuits as they arc required. Harvey, Sara Nazworth, Judy lime or to do any type of work demanding ful watch repairman is "to love you work,"

the course. The principals of as delegates of the Congrega. The cost of the facilities to be Ann Norris, Susan Pelt physical stamina Affectionately\ known in this tnmmumly

these schools are In regular at- tional Holiness Chsschwerc installed in Crawfordvillc, Panacea Seventh: Deborah Coxwell, William Thurston Smith, however hasn as: huislon," he added that m.my times it
tenda.nce. Several teachers Mrs. Dclma Roberts and Mrs. : and Tallahassee is estim- Kathy Stevens, Elena Combs,
ated to be chance to "unwind him," but is especially: difficult to obtain riplucmentpaits
who have had a college course Annie Henderson. It was held $82,800.The Barbara Weeks, Arnold Greene. given time a
in this a re a are taking the atMantown Church in Glen' St. new building in Craw- Eighth Scott Caby, David Is successfully making it work in his favor. for some of the older watches anti

course for review. A number Mary. fordville will be of masonry Miller, Frank Rabenau,' Pam Though afflicted by crippling arthritis 18 takes a great deal of time to make them

of high school teachers are takIng construction and the land will Blanton, Linda Taylor, Sandra him to remain almost run again-like the case of the 1J.ycal'.ultlclock !
the course because of Inter- MissMattic, Revell and Miss be landscaped making it an asset Wcthermgton, Darlyne Wild- years ago, requiring
est and desire for personal improvement Shirley Rcvcll attended the to the community.The entirely on his back, he has continued a which had all wooden woiks:

This is a cooper- races Daytona over the Telephone Company em.Ninth: Barbara Raker.' successful business as a watch repairman. Smith cut out an entire large: wooden cogwheel
situation and weekend. pla s to have all facilities com Tenth Sharilyn Harvey, Diane to install in flic' wooden 'antiiiiiC"The
ative learning a Watches and clocks ranging from 1675:>>
great deal of interest has been pleted for the beginning of the Porter, John Taylor. of time piece was a favorite of Mrs shown by the participants.The Mr. and Mrs. Jcrj-y Hodge and 1965 summer season. Eleventh: Sandra Bumcttc, antiques to the roost up-to-date styles R Robinson ,)f Manatee County:

course w ill consist of thirty family of Tallahassee and Mr. Kathy Strickland, Marilyn Al- time recorders have come to the swing table When not busy with his tedious, hour-

clock hours of Instruction.It and Mrs. Delton Colvin of Me- ligood, Danny Miller, Don shop of Smith from all over the country. consuming work on the wale he,. Smith liicn!

meets on Thursday after- dart were the dinner guests of NATIONAL FOREST SERVICE Sparkman., In fact business has boomed so that the some fishing and hunting-from his rolling

noons at 4:00: P.M. for two Mrs. Dclma Roberts Sunday. CHANCES ANNOUNCED Twelfth: Sandra Harper, Ann licensed "watch doctor has restored more cot of course:

hours. The first class meetingwas Moore, Margaret Kittrell, Jerry than 300) Batches to working order every Next to his reclining repair shop, he kc 'p*

January 21, 1965. Meet- Happy Birthday to Mrs. Mae Changes have been announced Core. sear and fixed up an estimated 6000) ), time on his work bench a ll.l.year-ohd t Ism( stood J

Ings are held at the Crawford- Lawhon, John Smith, Ins Carroll In the National Forest Service SENIOR PSYCHOLOGY pieces during the past 18 years' clock
ville High School.A Diannc I Roberts, Hattie office here In Crawfordville. -- -

grant from National Defense Mae Lawhon, Laura Mae Smith, District Ranger Richard Bon- Patient: Doctor, I hear that F.F.A. NEWS
Education Act funds sup- Betty Call Key, D. L. Strick- yata is being transferred to theSupervisor's have for
a perfect cure my
you Mike
By Head
ports the course. Aninstructor land, Mitchell I Lawhon, and office in Tallahassee emotional problem. My life is NINTH GRADE NEWS
Mike Roddcnbcrry as assistant to Timber Man- We have We've DR. BOYETTE CHANCES
great news.
these NDEA
Is provided by so dull with no sense of suspense By Sherry Pope
funds. The Wakulla County Rodden- agement Supervisor. not a bit of humor andI just planted some tomttoesand OFFICE HOURS HERE
Mr. and Mrs. Sammy George Cibbs'who came to are going I to sell the The Ninth Grade elected their
Board of Public Instruction furnished no out of young
get enjoyment
of Pan- any-
the textbooks for the berry and son, Stanley Mr. ,and Mrs. Crawfordville in March 1960 as thing. Oh, please, help me. plants at It each. The plants "Mr. and Miss Freshman" on Dr. James Boyette announced -
course. ama City, and of Forrester and who has been Assistant I'm mad.Psychologist come In cans 10 to a can with February 16, 1965. The boy today a change in office
Mr. Don Criffith is the instructor Harold Ba rwic visited k Mr.Gregg and District Ranger since : My dear patient, ag plot of dirt suitable for farm- was Allan Ford and the girl was hours.
for the course. Mr. Tallahassee, over September 1962, has been pro- never has a remedy been so Ing. I have recently been selected Barbara Jean Raker. Their pictures New hours are Tuesday' and
John S. Braxton, General Supervisor Mrs. S. E. Roddenberry moted to District Ranger. simple. Just make it a point from 8th grade reporterto will appear in the '65 annual Friday, 1:30: P.M. to Si30

of Instruction for Wakulla the weekend. ______ Alvin McDonald is being toattend the Crawfordville SenIor chapter reporter. I replaced at Crawfordville High P.M.
transferred from Ocala to Craw- Donald Taylor who The "Mr. and Miss Dr. Boyette will not be In
County and who also serves Visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Class Play, "Pride and Pre- is sent Ina 1. School.
fordville as Assistant Ranger.All There will be the Freshman" both In the 9-A the office on Monday Wed
County Coordinator of the Strickland and family last Judlce", March 5, 1965. I news on tom arc ,
National Defense EducationAct weekend were Mr. and Mrs. transfers 28. are effective February promise you'll respond Immediately atoesasthey progress. We section 01 the ninth class, Mrs.Martin's nesday and Thursday.

serving at coordinator of George Ed Strickland and babyof to the constant suspense, would appreciate your patron- room.
I the claps TaUahassee.l Tallahassee.The Bonyata's will move to excitement and humor that Is funds.age K the chapter Is short_of

offered in this play.

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I Extra Special Tasting Coffee -

1 EXCLUSIVE FIMA LEI REAL ESTATE fOR SA LEI Jeeps JOB.W Now that the cold winter them just prior to brewm* .

._ _: 18, 1963 mating new liquid plastic START A RAWLEICH BUS- Boats $6.18, Typewriters weatbeushtVe.notblRgtastes pot of coffee. A cup of cof(. ,
coating used on all type of $72.20, better after an afternoon at made from
INESS. Real opportunity now Homes Acr. ig. $4.13, Airplanes ; freshly grown,'
surfaces Interior or exterior. for permanent profitablework Autos Farm Tractors, and the skating rink or.an after- beans has extra specs ,>
Eliminates waxing when ap- In Franklin Co. or Taylor Waterfront loti others too numerous to noon spent shoveling snow aroma, flavor and nchn.>
WAKULLACOUNTY plied on Asphalt Tile, Vinyl, Co. Write Rawleigh FA mention.many Direct from U. S. than cup of good; hot coffee that makes the coffee tum!

\ Linoleum, Vinyl Asbestos, B 220 29, Memphis, Tenn. 11FNRYWILLIAMS Government, For complete For extra richness and extra special.
NEWS Hard Wood and Furniture. 5t211.25.311.2S.4l.NOTICE REALTY flavor in that fall afternoon An added suggestion

Completely eliminates paint- Phone 741 P. O. Box 275 directo\ywheretobuylnrour. refresher use freshly ground KitchenAid electric cod,
Telfphme WAInnt ..a"l ing when applied to Wood, OF SALE St. Marks Florida t for National Directory, to coffee advise the makers of mill makes a fine gift for ." ',
Metal, or Concrete surfaces. I P. O. Box KitchenAid electric coffee occasion-those ;
Surplus, winter birm
Blaketag !)
Sealed Bids for the sale of
This finish is also
recom- Tenn. 38IQJ1. mills days, .
I 823 Memr-M' anniversarys, and w.Withanelectriccoffee ,
If the following items of used ,
mended for boats and auto- mIll. dings, since
I many people d"| .
will be receivedby
mobiles.NO. equipment housewives (and coffee- not have them in their hom .
Vlrrlnle KelKMlev Edits the Wakulla County Boardof (
COMPETITIONAs Public Instruction at the making husbands, too) can as yet.
I store coffee beans and grind
Fred Kt'llfhtlt'1 bIlRher; these are exclusive form- Wakulla County Courthouse, _J.-__ ____
I ulas in demand by all businesses Crawfordville Florida, at ---

Entered at Crawfonlvllle, Florida Industry and homes.No 10:00A.M., C.S.T. Mon-
franchise fee. Minimum day, March 15, 1965.
.. second elsis matter. Subwrlplion investment 7000. Investment Item li School Bus (No. 3))

rate: ,3.00 per )'ta'. is secured by inventory 1949 Chevrolet 48 passenger. NOTICE !
Factory trained Item 2t School Bus(No. 22)) .

personnel will help set up 1954 Ford, 60 passenger. .
your business. Item 3: Pickup, 1950 Che-
:- For complete details and vrolet.

descriptive literature writes Item 4: Pickup Frame and WHOLESALE! DEALERS WELCOME WHOLESALE!
CHEM-PLASTICS C PAINT Body Only 1950 Chevrolet.

CORP,, 1828 Locust St. This equipment will be sold .
"as is" and "where is".
Louie 3, Mo.Mt1123 .
... Prospective bidders may inspect THESE CARS MUST BE SOLD THIS WEEK !
said items at the School

Bus garage Crawfordville, MONROE STREET! THESE
Florida, school day between CARS LOCATED ON LOT NO. 2, 1414 SOUTH



WAKULLA COUNTY, FLO- marked as such and reach the WORK CAR OR JUST
Board not later than March

If You Need. IN REa Estate ofRUDOLPH Upon notification success- OF A WIDER CHOICE!
POOLE, ful bidders will be required to
Orrlc .upplies Deceased. pay in full for items and remove -

.. Office Business FurnitureSee Machines NOTICE AND TO CLAIMANTSYou CREDITORS within same one week.from premises THESE ARE ACTUAL WHOLESALE PRICES !

The Board reserves the rightto
or Call and each of you are reject any or all bids. THIS IS NO GIMMICK! WE NEED THE ROOM, YOU NEED THE CAR!

RANEY WHALEYat hereby present notified claim and requiredto and demands Signed William E. Whaley, THIS WEEK ONLY! IF YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WE CAN ARRANGE FINANCING
which you or eitherof Supt. of Pub. Instruction. WITH NO DOWN PAYMENT! I !

have against the
you may
EQUIPMENT CO. deceased, late of said County NOTICE TO BIDDERS

Jl' South Ad..... St. to the County Judge of 1960 RAMBLER 300 1955 FORD 225 1956 PLYMONTH $175
Caner E. PenucoUTALLAHASSEE. Wakulla County Florida at Notice is hereby given that
FLORIDA the Court the Board of County Commissioners -
his office in House

Crawfordville six ((6)) calendar Florida months,within willreceive Wakulla sealedbidsat County the 1958 HILLMAN $?40 1954 CHEVROLET 250 1955 CHEVROLET $275

from the date of the first office of the Clerk of the CIr- 2 DR.
of this notice. cuit Court In Crawfordville
Brat Each claim or demand must until : .M. and 1954 DODGE I/D 1958 CHEVROLET $350 1956 CHEVROLET, $250
and read
+At4r be in writing and must state then publicly opened Con*'!.
the place of residence and aloud for the furnishing and
.r office address of the installing, in a neat and
claimant post and must be sworn workmanlike manner, the 1952 CHEVROLET 250 1959 STUDEBAKER $250 1955 ill.X250

to by the claimant, his agent, following fixtures Locatedin Ya ton pick up 2 DR.
the Wakulla County Jail:
or his attorney, or the same

will law.become Such void creditor accordingto or Upstairs 1. Flush Section Valves for all ex Phone 222-5656 Lot No. 2 1414So.. Monroe

claimant must at the timeof isting closets with all neces-

the filing of the same deliver sary spuds and washers.
of such claimto 2. Pushbutton lavatory
.. .. .- the County Judge In com- faucets for all existing lava- ALFORD CHEVROLET CO.

----- .. pliance with Chapter 61- tories complete with drainage I
394, Laws of Florida for fittings.
LEON SEPTIC TANK: 1961. 3. Shower heads with new ,

SERVICE.. This 19th of November heads and concealed mixing
valves for all existing showers BOARD COUNTY WAKULLA COUNTY. FLA.
1964. List of Warrants Drawn on the GENERAL FUND.
with flooi For District No. 5
0-; complete new ,
Clean 1st Marion Poole ands February 1. 1965L.
drains with C.D. Lead pans I, Freemen Pigott James W. Pop. John M. Price Eddie QUI"

a RepairNew /Administrators Charles Poole of with a finish tile base and D. Taylor., 323.33; Ray E. Green. Comptroller. 190.38; Ann D. Roddenberry Theo Rudd, Millie D. Reynolds Robt''
Installation bottom. H. Roddenberry, Otto Revell Frank Revell Franklin T. R"buLIi.
OASI Fund 111.79; American Heritage Ins. 35.42; with-
The Best For Lew the Estate of RUDOLPH 4. All above work to be in-. Hiding Tax A/C, T29.85; Ma. Council of Juv.: Judges, 5.00; i Clyd Revel6 Lauruce L. Roberta Louie Raywo++i
-'- POOLE, deceased. stalled with new trim of installation Co. Finance Officers Aasn. .. 15. DO; Qen. Office Equip. Co. .. I Revell John C.-audeS.; John Eel. Rhane Franklin R. Robert
Telephone HUNTER AND HUNTER type equal or better 84.65; The H. I. B. Drew Co. 3.34; Tall. Typewriter Co. Delbert L. Roherts T1l1lll G. Rudd Ovid E. Senders. L. C'DunlapWilner
i Attorneys for Administrators West Publishing 57.50 J. A. 8trlekland. Jack Sanders Georlll R. Stn.k
than original installation. 11.50; Cot ; M. Gwln, Tai Coll. .
Tallahassee 877-1773 1909 Tyler Street 8cllle,. land D. L. Strickland Preston Trice, Monroe A. Thompson'
5. All above fixtures shall 38.00! 1.8. 134.00; County Dev Auth. 15,000.00;
after fi:00: p.m. Hollywood, Florida be with Individualgate County Health Dept. U. 000. 00; Annie Gray 80.00; Ann Clazrton Cause, 8r. Griffin O. Willis. Glenny 8. Sooner
provided James H. Burger Rufus Crum, Lloyd Cru'. Joe B. Corl,".
1/ where each fix- Moore. 10.00; Capital Office Equip. Co. 131. U: Talquln
I valves Electric Coop. 3.47: C. I. Ketrhui. M.D. 50.00; 0. E. Clyde C. Cornett Henry J. Crue, Sealey Crue. David I). Dm-
ture can be shut off for repair Hendrlckion. Posttaster, ; N. Bryant, laP. Andrew J. Langston Horace D. Wllaon Everette H
i independent to others. IS.00; Dr. John L. a5 sO.0:3'M; McCully. I Mckenzie It. P. Mckenzie Clinton N. McKenzie Jues H
6. Each and all bidders IS.OO; Dr. R. L. Anderson 15.00; Dr. A. D. Brinson J. C. Kyle. Jr ClYde R. Kyle Reddick A. Lang
CLARE'SSHOP shall visit the site and makea 19.00: ; R. E.: Hhaley. 8.00; Bowen Supply Col ; stun Wllllsn Harrell. Frank L. Jones Bernard M. Kemp
Dees. Barber ShopFOUR personal inspection of the kulla Co. School Board 9.500.00; M. .. Mckenzie 8rlCkler'l; Thou as H. Keep Amos Lan laton. Frank M. Lawhon Janes M
situation and make himself .. P. McKenzie 105.20; Ray E. Green Lawhon Lowa Mathers Sidney J. Hodge Moron B. Hodge
familiarwith working conditions OASI Fund 17.40; Demo. Eiecutlve Coma '.94l 32; Leon Sep D. W. Harrell ,Larry W. Hardln' John C. Hoard Perry E
h POINTS and existing fixtures and tic Tank Sen 429.20: ; John Davis 174. 20; Ray E. Green. I Harris William C. Hardin.
Comptroller 183.41; OASI Fund, 105.48. Roof RepairsOn
equipment. the motion of Conlssloner Young the Board authorizedthe
BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 7. Each bidder will be required List of Warrants Drawn on the ROAD a BRIDGE FUND repair of leak In court house walls provided charges
EARLY AMERICAN furnish performancebond. February 1, 1965 were held under 15M no
FRENCH PROVINC'IAL OPEN TIL C. W. Pelt, 137. ::13; J. C. Harvey. 113.21: W. W. Oaks Fence Posts for Curtis Kills Road
VICTORIAN 8:00 P. M. FRIDAYS The Board reserves the rightto 114.22; Carlton Harvey. 123.21; Carlton Revell 109.35; The Board approved the purchase of 200 fence posts for
FURNITURE reject any or all bids and A. B. Spears. 102.67; C. W. Allen 102.67; Cajer Posey. Curtis Mills Road from Mr. R. P. McKenzie.
102.67: Louie Posey. 102.67: Homer Carraway Jail
to award to the best interestsof 93.44; Coy Repairs Ordered Advertised
Sanders 102.67: Erie Wallace. 102.67; 0. Mathers, 102. 67; On the motion of Comnlssloner Walker the following repairs -
Phone 385-1222 GRADY WHITFIELD Wakulla County. 8. B. Forbes. 27.97: Glenn G. Pope. 102.67; Melton Gray were ordered advertised as follows on the County Jail
1901 N. Monroe St. HAROLD BALES-BOB CHRISTIE DONE AND ORDERED in 93,44: Leon Crew, 102.67; E. T. Roberta, 107.29; Roger Land. For furnishing and installing In a neat and workmanlike
TALLAHASSEE, FLORID open session this 1st day of 81.89; Ray E.: Oreen. Conptrolle 200.02; OAS Fund Banner the following fixtures;:
DEE COOK Owner February 1965.Wlllard 181.31; upholding Tax A/C. 10.00; American Heritage Ins. 1. Flush valves for existing closets w/all neceasarv
Carter, 8.99; St rick land' Ser. Sta. 6.49: ; H. T. Adans. 152.75: ; spuds and washers
Chairman, Board of Tallahassee Tire Co. 11.18; Coleman CMC Truck Salem 2. Push button lavatory faucets for existing lavatorieswith I
County Commissioners, 148.93 ; Vulcan Materials Co. 35.00! R. P. McKenzie, complete drainage fittings.
Wakulla County. 70.00. 3 Shower valves with net heads and concealed mixing
List of Warranta Drawn.on the FINE a FORFEITURE FUND valvea for all eilstlng showers complete with net

W.. R. Taff Sheriff 2470.82; flame ft Fresh later rill floor drains with C.D. lead pang with a finish tile
Coma ,127.35; J. H. Hudson. 75.00;. Leon Septic Tank Ser base end bottos. I
TailahaM HuslMM firms vice Void. 4 All above work to be installed with nee trim of institutional

------------------------------------------- type equal or better than originally Installed I

MINUTES OF THE WAKULLA COUNTY COMMISSION All above fixtures shall be provided with individualgate
DIRECTORYPsttornlM February 1, 1985 valves where each fixture can be shut off for I
repair Independent to oth.,..
(continued fro last week) 6 It
Wllllsn C. Laird. Alfred a. Miller John D. Miller JohnB. fore Is requested that all bidder. visit the cite be
These AdvertUtrs Miller Merle McAlpln, Lonnie J. Raker Roy L. Strick. the existing bidding so that he say fasillsrise himself with I
land Wllllas 0. Strickland. Roger V. Strickland. Cain J. Bids the conditions and equipment to be repUced.
Spears John Strickland Jr. Ernest M. Speari Albert B.Morrell In the Court above work till be opened in the Board RODS I
House In
I I 118S Cr"fordville on the lit day of March I
at in 00 o'clock
For District No.3 A. M. and read aloud. I
Little Folks Store Clarence S. Alllgood. Parley M. Alford. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids
M Hour
F R O. I. GRAMLING T. Ad..., and to nard bid to the best I I
Inc Lloyd 0. Begley Albert M. Bevls, Harold H. Blsnton interests of Wakulla CountyfoTrhdr"l I i
"The Capital's Charles Barwick Jr. V. L. Cooper George A. Creech. Jr. that Driveway Pipe b. Paid For :
FEEDS. !! Majors for Minors" & CO. Jerry D. Council Owen R. Council Charles I. Cox, sanford ". .of b.Commissioner paid! Davis to require that all pipe
CAi dr.a's Furniture, Toys, C. Cook Donald J. Currie. John H. Daniel Charles ..- etui i cost of pip. to for by Demons requesting pipe st I
Garnet. Hobbiti On.-Stop Service for son. John H.' Dul." Jr. Jlssle B. Dykes John 8. Fer- cond. county. jelled for the lack of a se-
Baby Aeextioritt rell. 8. B. Forbes, Jr.. Oeorge 8. Glbbs, Laibert Goodson It **. ordered i
Flint River Mills 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1148. Feed-Seed-Fertilizer Randall J. Grlffls. E. 0. Hassles Jaaes M. High Jaies M. write to Mr on the motion of Cosslssloner Osvls to
Wle 8. Honro J>h. Poultry Supplies Hassilck Charles J. Joiner Daniel B. Knight H. /.. .UBull. direct Mr rh.rVlCken'011! at Chlphy and request that he
223-0274 Aubrey W. Lawhon Howard C. Lord Harlan F. Moore Robert repairs around the 8cruu. to contact Mr. Davis about street
Garden ToolsSo. 8. Martin George H. Moore, John K* Moore. Albert L. Pope Sopchopay School.
I Moore Russell V. Martin Loy R. McCormick, Dledrick 0. On the mot n Tr'"iftm of Asians at SJIX.RJI. "Naiworth.' Ralph I. Oliver Harry PIt Robert M. Porter Cossls.ton.r, Davis and the second ofCo"tV
SUDER & JOHNSON Crossing Calvin Aaos Pearce, Jack Pearce Jr. Hardy a. Recall RosVoela??."..Glenn. Pope wan transferred from the
, Phone 223-0173 Glover E. Raker John R. Spears, Henry s. Ssith. Jr. ject the County Mosquito Control Pro-

Seeds-Fertiliser-Baby';Chicks Ellis R. Tucker. Vernon C. Thong George M. Tully Law'rence Board t'l.
r: and nq could Clerk to C. Carialrrinie .
D. Taylor Cl.o Leroy Townsend Bernard E.: Wilson, not s etMwith
I I i Light Wtigkt anjt RigularConerttt Farm Supplies Carlton C. Whaley Aaron 0. Wlgglnton George R. walker Commissioners COlLld. to the County
Block I It ,Cor. Gaines and Woodward Sta. Melvin Dueler Jessie H. Phillips. Wright Aleiander. Jr? Utb of February at h. (rn o'clock regular PM.weeting to be held on the
Calvin C. Cereal Martin L. Forbes, Henry Mae
Forbes Motion
t F i Hanson, Wood and Tel..22S5960BakorAlford. Cray. Wllllaa Robert Cray. Sushi M. Glover. Jaaes P. Jones. Moved by Ir Darin and Dlachars. Eeploy.
Hoel Ind. Inc. Charles H, Joiner Woodrow I. Porter Therson Artance Ra the following employees aeconded by IIr. Young to dllch.rctCrue.
f ker. Robert R. Ready George D. Roberta Willie J. 10llr Land, Scot effectlre February ntb 1885. Leon
:, S. Adams St. at Points Capital .Stone Co. Harry S. Smith Raymond K. Stevens Sas I. Smith Lee spears Nell easy with the Cb : ;:. and Melton Guy failed to
P. O. Box 661 Spears fllllias C. Silth CO..llllon.r didn Itrlckland YOUn. N0.
Tel 22J-5840 Sine. 108 Jr. John A. Vlckere Im..t Walker not
.. ulll .: A Motion by Comminmioner vote on the .0Uo.
\, ployes II 11 Strickland to work III road ...
MARBLE: GRANITE For District No 4 on and on fell.dfer
The Board lack or IIIcond.condltlon.r .
BRONZE; I. D. Bowen Otis Carries George I. Cru.. Pulton Colvin .lIthorh.d If Hssslek a
f I lime for 'alr
. H. C. Carter PurYh Carra.ay. D.lton Marcus installed tn his power
MEMORIALS Calvin R. H. the Court House or flu In the second floor ot
Co. Carter. Jr. "liard I. Durreece. I. J. lub.nk.. D.nal1 The above installation .
espenee. to b. at Government
(; Yeafcr, .re. C.*we ry Work,af Xl! Type* Grey Hour Harvey, Frank I. Metlers A. J. McLauSbl1n. John On the motion or
"rA. Neese"Anythlrtg Stephen Pllott. R. I. 8pere. 8r. A. M. Mr. Walker
Tully Jr walter and
Road the of if- Younl
608 W. GtJiMs St-Tel 22S-07' Superintendent lIIoond
She for roar auto, track I Tulip S. L. Whit. Ira I"aln. Sl.o white. Harold Anndi County off Carmel Pelt autborlty
or tractor. Also for your power I. .Walter P. B\JcbaQ1l.n .on. C"arlu Barwlet Herman D. Barton, GIllie T. Barwick lotion required IInb. sea to woe given of
1s 'iiower, and much for your Robert D. Ber.lok John I. Dalton George C. Metcalf Jae.. The Chairmen previously made thi. :/,.. meet requirements
:' Imeurasss aril Band boat Her.an Metcalf. Archie McC.lIlater, Clayton C. Oaks Alton The and MP, Itr ICU'nd
Oils. William J. It.dhra, Tho... I. Board a voted NO on the IOUOII..d
JOS N. Adams St Ph. 221.3380 Reynolds Geor. Y. 10'bln.oll. that
.tit 8. Adams St. T.I. 223-4481' T. L. Stolley I. .B. 8ebl.1\ Nathan Tho.p.on .I.... There warr.nt.hlna b. ls.,4vlnchere before the. and direct
!,. C. Taylor Dunood Cause Earl C. Veu.e. Burl D. V'"e". of the the iiike: bu.lnewa therefor
" loarel ;
. William B. Witt Arlie P. Robison. Joe lack Smith "Y'llond eoalll, to the attention
L. Orahu. etev A. Edwards larren I. Crum. see serell Native .leUonerlrtctlswd and tb'dJourn.d on tile motion ot Con'
Tho.peow. Atlas 'CecH Rlelola. William A. Second or Commissioner Toans.ATTS5T .
I Paupp, Clinton: Pigott Ralph P11ott. It; J. lultanll.. Della. APPlOVI ; Moody Pearce, Clerk
Oray. 'ano"o L. Gillespie. ; Illlerd Certer. Chairman


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{SPECIALS'. -. F RI.. SAT.. MON. AND:TUBS Mrs.A. N. Revell)Jpi return- EARNINGS FOR ADDtD. PART 1'01E-TIXF WORK February 18. 1985 :

ed to her home from Tallahassee Reliable party or p('rsons.
NOTICE Memorial Hospital.Mr. ale or tends, wanted. lor J'
SPECIALS this area to handle the world TAG OFFICE
Steve Moore is a patientat famous RCA, and Sylvan I OPEN SATURDAYS
Tallahassee Memorial Hospi TELEVISION and RADIO TUBES I
HAM HOCKS 35C sold through our latest Tax Collector J. M. Cwinof
modern type tube testing and
ror. haute JSopetteNEW tal.Mr. merchandising units. Will the county said today that
Wade Loftin Is a patientat not Interfere with your hit office would be open every
the hospital Panama City. present employment Saturday morning until
Dandy GRITS .Slbsfor29c He is expected to return home To qualify. you must have: March 20. ; ,
tomorrow. 11695. 00 or 13290, 00 Cash He laid that he was taking
OFFICE HOURS Available Imstd1 ate1 > this measure so that those who
Country Smoked SAUSAGE lb. 59c Mrs. Charlie Tucker and Mrs.A. Car. 5 spar hours weekly work outside the county
1:30 PM 5:3QPM L. Porter attended the wed- Could net up tn $600 per mo would be able to purchasetheir
ding Sunday at Tallahassee of In your spar Use auto tags prior to the
Shermon (Borne) Overby, Jr., This company will intend deadline.
TUESOAY AND FRIDAY of Quincy to Mist Leslie Morris flnlnclal tsslstanrp. to full Cwin urged everyone to get
Fresh Grade "A" FRYERS 29c of Tallahassee. time not If answer unless fully their tags before the usual
qualified for the tine and seasonal rush that takes placethe
Sonny Hammlck spent last Investment last few days before the
weekend in Crawfordville with Income starts 1 timed lately. I deadline.
T-BONESTEAK his father, Mr. E. C. Ham- 'Business is set uo for you. I Tag sales so far have been
69c mick. Sonny is a student at 'we secure locations. equal or above the number
I CANCER \WORKERS() ( TO ATTEND Mercer University at Macon, Selling. soliciting or experience sold in the same length of
. 2bs'| 25c FEBRUARY 27TH CONFERENCENewly Ca.Mrs. For' personal Interview in time a year ego
fleeted Unit Crusade Wooten Smith spent last your city writeplease
There will be a Farm Bureau Chairmen and key leaders from Friday in Quincy with her parents Include your phony. number
FAR Giant Size/ 79c meeting February 27th at the ten North-Central Florida Mr. and Mrs. H nna. U'IRENDS!\ FATrRPRlSE IV(
Wakulla County Livestock Pav- counties who will spearhead 7818. JO F'"r \ f'', ai.d I
illion, starting at 6s3OP.Mwith individual educational and Miss Billie Helen Hammick Clayton M ,I
BREADED 20 OZ METCALF FROZEN SEA FOODS plenty of free barbecue. fund ralsinl campaigns for is now living in Tallahassee.She .
AU Farm Bureau members and the American Cancer Society is a nurse at W. T. Edwards -
this Spring will attend a
SHRIMP I. prospective members are urgedto special pre-Crusade conference Hospital. I
$1.29BREADED attend. Thursday. February 25 Louise Cibson has
I This will be a very interesting at the Florldon Hotel in Tallahassee Mrs. Mary
-14 OZ. evening for the entire family. The meeting willbe accepted a position with the
I During the business meeting a called to order at 1? Noor Florida Employment Office in
SHRIMP 99 $ I| program for purchasing tires will and adjourn at 3:30: P.M. Tallahassee. She formerly
be explained. Crusade volunteers attending worked in the office of the Wa- !
I the conference will represent kulla County Superintendent.She .
I be
Please take time to present [
CRAB 8 OZSTICKS. I as we need your help and you the fo lowing coun- has been replaced by Miss I (
ties: Leon Calhoun Franklin Jiii
Shcrida Sanders of Sopchoppy.Mr.
49CBREADED : can profit by being a Farm Bureau Gadsden Gulf Jefferson I

member. Come preparedto Liberty, Madison Tay- Fred Keightley attendedthe
be a member if you are nota lor and Wakulla counties.
member now.Shock Participants in the briefing Layman's Revival at Mon- -
7 OZ.OYSTERS. sessions at the confer- ticello Tuesday, Thursday, and I
AbsorberFor ence will be told about the Friday nights, and all day Saturday
educational aspects of the Mr. Lamar York and I
49C 1965 Crusade as well as de- Mr. Chauncy Schuster attended -
DEVILED IndustryMoving tails of the fund-raising Thursday night.
loads ranging in Dick Pope Jr. Cypress last I
CRAB Mrs. Mable Pearce spent
In box 99c
weight from 60,000 to Gardens 1965 State Crusade
weekend in Tallahassee with I
Chairman who is scheduled to
I 11.000,000 inch-pounds can the pre-Crusade relatives. I fa:1Ii1' t tI
FISH ROE 1 ". 99c now be brought to a quick, meeting attend announced this area week I I II I
safe and smooth stop with a that the President of the Greg Height ley spent the I
I new heavy duty shock absorber II United Stabs and the Governor weekend in Monticello with :

SHOP HERE FOR YOUR SEEP[ I I that variety has of been industrial developed uses.for a 'I'I'I 'I' claimed of April Florida 15 have as Cancer pro- John Stokes. _

I The shock absorber is a Control Month in keeping with
the Act which was written Into Planning on a brighteningup
hydraulically controlled de-
the Congressional Records before the holidays Your 1
Support Your Local Merchants l vice rod.operated on a large piston a number of years ago automatic dishwasher can bea

The stroke of the shock Extra-large- plates-- 12 big help. Use it to wash
I over your glass vases, ashtrays,
absorber from 1-inch to
ranges inches in diameter, are be- "company" tableware and
Shop and Save at. wPIGOTT'S 20-mches, according to the coming very popular for home other items around your house i 1
manufacturer REX CH AI N-
buffet dinners, but
washing you would normally spend
BELT INC. of Milwaukee, them by hand is not fun. How- time washing in the kitchen
STORE Wisconsin. ever, they will fit in most sink, advise the makers of %
Known the REX Load
MEDART as of the new dishwashers just KitchenAid dishwashers.
Stop, the device is available introduced by KitchenAid for
WetmoTOP VALUE G nmns in three mounting styles. 1965.
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