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: June 17, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Wakulla County Board of

Public Instruction, at its regular M 0-0

s meeting June 14th, employed ;
y1 Mrs. Mary Louise Gibson alan
Administrative A II ln tan t.
Mrs. Gibson will work under the

supervision of the Superintendent COx

of Schools in the county : :: :::0
school office.
Mrs. Gibson's major responsl- Lns : ::
bilitywillbe coordinating Fed- -
eral Governmental Programs In 0"

our school system. Expanded ::c
eI Federal Programs including the --<
National Defense EducationAct ..,j.
I 1 Economic Opportunity '-" "" ,
Education Act of :
Act and the
1965 makes it necessary to em- "
ploy someone to fill this posi- "

ifii tion Wakulla County Is to receive ;:
Federal funds to the full-

est extent.
Projects totaling $24,032.43were t \

approved for Wakulla

County under the National Defense .
Education Act alone dur-

ing the 1964-63 fiscal year. ,
With the addition of several new

programs and with someone to
coordinate these activities it is
Passengers Stand In Line To Board Bus To Coastal Area expected that our children will

t. Large Delegation from Panacea Made the! First Bus Trip receive increased financial
benefits In future years. kwr
Mrs. Gibson Is the daughter


MAKES 1ST TRIP Crawfordvllle. She is pre
OPEN JUNE 27TH sently living with her husband, ? ,;
Funeral services were held. at
PANACEA -Thu communi: Bill, and son, Barry, in Craw
3:00: P.M. Tuesday for James Libraries arc to be opened In 4n
Gib willsoon
The ions
ty's first public transportation Leonard Revels, 73, who died all schools in Wakulla Countythis fordvllle.
service in 15 years is now a Saturday at the Big Oak Trailer summer beginning Monday, be moving mile Into East of Craw new: '
Park on U. S. Highway 27. June 27th, with the following home one :
State Road 319
reality. The Rev. Emmett Whaley officiated schedule for eight weeks. fordvllle on

Yesterday marked the Inau- for the final rites at Monday Sopchoppyi

gural trip of a Tamiami Trail- the Cullcy's Funeral Home Chapel. 9:00 10:00: Primary Story

ways bus from Tallahassee to Burial followed in Talla- Hour ((1st, 2nd, 3rd grades). FEE RAISED FOR
hassee Memory Gardens. 10:00: 11:00 Intermediate:
Panacea. Passengers included Revels, retired from the turpentine Story Hour ((4th 5th, 6th NOTARY COMMISSIONS

representatives! of the Panacea ; business, had residedin grades) Tallahassee of CHASON HELMSThe
Chamber Tallahassee for the 1100.; 12:00-Cencral checkout
of Commerce Wom- past year. State Tom Adams today called
en's Club and First Baptist He was a member of the Mount for all ages. public attention to a new law engagement of Miss Judy Ann Chason to Reuben Dcwayne Helms, son of Mrs. Grace T. Helms

Church, and the Wakulla Coun- Bearer Primitive Baptist Church l Monday Buckhorm which raises the fee for notary and the late.R. L. Helms, is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Chason.
and was a native of Wakulla sOO.2:00: Story Hour. public commissions in Florida The wedding will be July 31 at Seminole Baptist Church. _. __
ty'Civil Defense and American County. 2:00 3:00: Check out. from S5OOto $10.00. The bride-elect graduated from Sopchoppy High School and Is employed (y the State Road De
Legion.On Surviving relatives includetwo TuesdayCrawfordvilles .
The increase, said Adams, is
the inaugural trip were sons, William B. Revels, 9:00IO:00: -Story Hour, required under an act passed by fiance was graduated from Jackson High School, Jackson, Tennessee, served four years In the
Jacksonville and Dored L. Revels grades 1 2 and 3.
the 1965! The United States Air Force and is employed by Monroe International Inc.
Legislature. act ,
seven youngsters, ranging in age Cross City; one daughter, 1000: 11:00 Story Hour, became law 4.
from eight to 13, who had never Mrs. Dorothy L. Nelms, Talla- grades 4, 5 and 6. on June
ridden a commercial bus hassee; five brothers, Clay and 11:00: 12:00 High School Florida has some each 75,000 of whom notaries is- CARD OF THANKSWe BROWARD WILLIAMS WAKULLA BOARD
Alton Re veil, Tallahassee Literature public, PLANS
included commissioned for
They Rody, Judy and a fouryearterm.
Earlio Revell, Marianna, Char- 12:00 12130Ceneral Check- are deeply grateful to our
Glenn Nichols, Janice, Eugeneand les Revell, Telogia, and Ray- the fee. Adams increase emphasized will not effect that many friends for their heartfelt Tallahassee(Special)Fifteen criticism of the Wakulla

Cherry Vause and Mark mond Revell, Sopchoppy; two out.Tuesday Shadcvillet these notaries until they come sympathy, forthe many beautiful special one-ddy LiqulfiedPetro. County School Board la con.
Pickern sisters, Mrs. Elsie Roddenbcrry, 1130 2:30 Story Hour. for commission renewals dur- floral offerings, and for all leum Gas Safety Conferenceswill lathed In an audit for the three

W. T. Green Sopchoppy and Mrs. Vera 2:30 3:30 General Checkout. up ing the next four years. other deeds of kindness during be held by the State Fire fiscal: years ending June :30,
representative Jones, Havana; seven grand- 2 000 the illness and death of our beloved Marshal thro bout Florida during 1964.
Approximately new
of the bus company, who con- children and one greatgrandchild. Wednesday St. Marks commissions and renewal husband and father. the next five months, to review The financial condition of tile

ducted the inaugural run, reported 8:30 9:30 Story Hour (pre- are issued each month by the Your thoughtfulness will ever i safety rules and legisla- operating funds was "very
that more than 300 Serving as active pallbearerswere schoolers, grades 1, 2 and 3)). Secretary of State. be remembered and we pray tive changes In LP Gas laws. poor" Legal requirements and
pounds of express was trans- Emory Green, James Re- 1000-: 11.00-Story Hour: Cod's richest blessings upon State Treasurer-Fire Marshal good business
ported on the first bus. vell, Albert Grimes, Oreal McKenzie grades 4, 5, 6 and 7. each of you. BrowardWilliams said the Conferences practices were
The initial trip wu right on Dykes Revell, Murray) 11:00: 12.00Check: outs, Norma Rudd will feature experts not followed in many instinct,
Revell and Harold Durance. children and from the LP Gas Division the auditor said.
schedule, leaving Tallahasseeat adults. OUR HEALTH Clinton Rudd C Family Fire Records
Marshal's : improvement,
9:15: a.m. and arriving in Panacea Thursday Sopchoppyi office and the LP
Same as Monday. Gas Industry, co-sponsors of the and property records were inadequate
at late
10:03: a.m. The
afternoon bus leaves Panaceaat SEA COWS EAT Same Thursday as Monday.- Buckhorm ;1'61/ 1. M Amberson, M.D. CARD OF THANKS series Williams listed the confer- ported. and Incomplete, be re

6 42 for Tallahassee.
Community: leaders considerthe WATER WEEDS Friday Crawfordvillo Tonsils To our many friends who ences as follows Pensacola, However, budgets were prepared -
Same as Tuesday. showed their love and kindness June 15; Panama City, June 16; and were generally fol
new service a significent Miami I Fla. Sea cows Friday Shadcvillci When soldiers are wounded in in so Tallahassee June 17; Jacksonville lowed.
step in development of the area. working for the State of Floridaareattacktngwatcrweedn Same as Tuesday. battle,they are removed from the and many death ways of during our husbandand the illness July 13; Gainesville, July The poor financial condition
front lines since they are no
Tallahasseeans can spend the in The program is flexible and able to tight the father, may we take this 14; New Smyrna Beach, July was indicated by a deficit of
day in Panacea fishing or boating drainage canals like a vacuum additions enemy.Indeed 15; Orlando, August lOi West
arc planned if the I In their opportunity to thank each and ; )16,67) in operating funds as oi
without driving their car. cleaner. Furthermore,they arc students care to participate and I weakened condition every one of you. Palm Beach, August ilj Ft. June 30 1964.Describing .

Young people whose parents apparently eating the roots of enough interest is exhibited. they are May Cod bless you. Lauderdale, August 12; Brooks- financial operations -
have boats here can come down the weeds and even polishingthe .... a hazard to The ville, Sept. 14; Lakeland, Sept. the auditor says that apurdla.se
stones. their fellow Irving Harris Family 15 16
; Sebring, Sept. ; Clear-
for the day to use the boats 01 order system was laI
The five sea cows, or mana- I soldiers if allowed water, Oct. 12; Bradcnton. Oct.
can come from bridge fishing tees, were captured for the WATER LOAN IS '. to stay 13; Ft. Myers, Oct. 14. I use but wu not enforced"
Businessmen are benefittecby Central and South Florida APPROVED SAYS at the front. CARD OF THANKS The State Fire Marshal is "thereby defeating its purpose.
being able to get early morning Flood Control District by the So it is with charged law with administration Bid requirements were nut
merchandise from Talla FUQUA tonsils. As part of the lymphatic generally with anti
skilled ,
sea-hunters of the MI- of
safety regulations
system, these two oval-shaped I We wish to thank our many gov
hassee. ami Seaquarium early in May, PANACEA Congressman structures at tho back of the friends for their prayers, wordsof erning the sale, delivery and lubstantial amounts of available
Panacea at one time bad 1964. They are being used as Don Fuqua has announce! mouth are considered a front linedefense sympathy, flowers and food servicing of LP Gas appliances sash In the capital outlay mi:

commercial bus service but it a last resort keeping canals approval of a $210,000 loan by in the body's war during the time of our sorrow and facilities. lebt service fund remained Idle

was discontinued 15 years ago. unclogged, after spraying and the Farmers Horn Administration against I Infection. But, the tonsils May Cod bless each one of Robert E. Cresimcr, Directorof ind uninvested throughout the
between mechanical failed themselves may become infectedand the LP Gas Division ludit
Earlier transportation means to of domestic them. will be period.
for installation a
Panacea and Tallahassee wu control water weeds. may have to be removed. Unlike in charge of the Safety Confer-
water system to serve the wounded soldiers who will Mrs. Carol Moore C ChildrenMr. Current expenses were not always
via horse powered tram rail They were placed in a canal ence Series, which will also
communities of Panacea anc recover, the tonsils never will see C Mrs. Claude Ferrell promptly paid, apparently
west of Ft. Lauderdale, where feature talks by C. W. Boye,
way. they have been working away Ochlockonee Bay.It action again.Tonsillectomies. (called 'T&As: President of the Florida LP Gas ( because of delays la processing

NEW CORPORATIONS under the direction of Dr. rtej .- will serve 153 families.* lince the adenoids are usually removed Association; W. E. Jobson, Association bills and lack of funds, the
Squros of Florida Atlantic Harry G. Smith president 9 at the name time) are moat Executive Secretary; audit report continues.
Tallahassee S.cretaryof University, Boca Raton, reports the Panacea Area Water System frequently performed on children CARD OF.THANKS Chuck Burnette, Chief Engineer
State Tom Adams today announced the Florida Board of Con- Inc. a non-profit corpora- between the axes of 3 and 7. for Georgia Casualty and Surety Many expenditures were not
the chartering of the servation. They are now fin- tion which is receiving the loan, A 'T&A' is usually a safe procedure We wish to express our thanks Company; and several others. supported by itemized invoice
following corporations! ishing cleaning up weeds in the said it marks success of efforts though the child will ex for the kindness and gratitude Subjects to be covered In the or vouchers, and many invoices
Havana Flying Service, Inc. second mile of the waterway. that have extended over more perience some discomfort after shown toward us during the ill- Conferences will include rules were paid without the signatureof
of 60
wards. A recent study children
(B-93628)), Port Office Box 937, "Many questions, however, than a year to obtain a water who had undergone 'TAA' ness and loss of our loved one. and regulations, venting, gas persons receiving the goodsor
Havana, Fla. (Cadsden County remain to be answered, says system that will provide good revealed that a non-prescription Of the food and many beautiful delivery, and appliance service services.
). Auth. Stocks 50 Shares of the report, "but so far, so water for homes and for fire oral solution called Chloraseptiewas I flowers, Oh! Hew Sweet. and Inspections, Greslmer said In addition, travel expenses
Common Stock of no par value, good. protection. "highly effective In relieving I Your sympathy will never be paid to the superintendent and

filed June 4, 1965, dealing in FUA state officials are due tomorrow throat soreness. .. (and) healing forgotten. employes generally 'were not

airships, aeroplanes and all fly- afternoon in Crawford- progressed! usual discomfort.. rapidly withoutthe Other The Family of RACE TRACK FUNDS adequately supported.The .

ing apparatus. Incorporate villa to finalize the loaa. Next studies have shown Chloraseptie Dock Simmons MAILED TO COUNTIES Board bad donated l $150
W. F. Leonard, C. R. Cole- The only way for a married! steps will be advertising forbids to relieve promptly minor oral- to the Wakulla Chamber of Commerce

man and Nora E. Clohesy, filed man to hide something from awarding of contract aol pharyngeal (mouth and throat) Tallahassee State Comptroller without apparent legal,
. byi Coleman, Leonard and his wife Cheektowaga Charlie construction. soreness from a wide variety of NOTICEI Ray E. Green said today authority before this audit perI-

Morse, Suite 313 Radio Build- laments, is to put it in the Smith said the loan probably'' cause. checks for $8, SOO were mailed od, and three Board members
Fort Lauderdale Fla. There Is a general belief would like have to each of the 67 counties as
ing, basket with the undarned is the largest for a water systemin among to the con have not refunded their share
Cone Furniture Co. Inc. (B- laymen that tonsils should always sent of all those who have an their share of the June race of the af should be
Cheek- Florida. He money done
socks. Lou Secuin, Northwest be removed whether
or not .
93620), Shaw Building, Quin- interest In the Crawfordvllle track tax fund distribution.The
towaga (N.Y.) Times. the system will "meaa a Jot'to infection is present. Let me cau- according te the auditor.
cy, Fla. (Cadsden County). tion to accept vour pltYII.elan' Cemetery to remove all fences Comperollerreportedeach The Board also has bought
Auth. Stocks 60 Shares of Com- "A preacher may experiencethe the area. .you verdict on tho .-visibility from around the cemetery, as county has received a to- large amounts of sports eqtLp-: '
mon Stock at$10 share filed they are so out and tom talof $252,500 thusfar this
per same futility that comes toa of 'TAA': and don't badger him worn mint for high schools and
June 4 1963 dealing in he down 10 that clean and cal year. This is a $32,500 pa'dfar
cowboy seeking the unbranded to remove them if does not believe we can it with board funds
sale and resale of furniture. In- NOTICEAll it is the proper time. mow the whole area from one crease over the same despitethe
corporaton J. R. Cone, Sr., calf when a maverick of Thanks for Loved If your child must undergo s highway to the other, makingour during the previous fiscal lack of apparent legal authority
Joseph ). Raw Is, both Quincy, soul escapes again into the Cards d In 'T&A: ,' remember he looks upoz: cemetery a much more attractive flS-l for It to do ao.
Fla. O. C. Cone, Lake City, brush.-Dougla Meador, The Ones Wakulla or Friends pub 111.111 New you as the Rock of Gibraltar I spot.Contacts Dick Pope. Jr, of Internal control of the office

K. E. Langley of Tallahassee, Matador (Tex.) Tribune. Cents in advance.County fever convey operation.anxiety about the Charlie Tucker Gardens was the first was poor, according: .to the;
?Hortda. Filed by Tracy Rid- Fifty person to ever water ski on audit Transportation bills also

dle, Quincy, Fla. bare feet. .appeared excessive.

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THURSDAY.. JUNE 11. 196S Judicial Circuit pf the Stateof COUNTY COMMISSIONERS"' written Work Orders will serve COMMISSIONERSAKULLA NOTICES

the Circuit Court of the Second Florida, In and For Wakulla OF *KILI* COINTY to keep the Board better informed COUNTY. FLA. i. In the

Judicial Circuit of Florida County, In Chancery.No. June 7, 1965 I as to the efficiency of the June 7, 1965 Judge, W.JSlTcSrty00 n
In and For Wakulla 1317.idState Commisiloners Road Department, therefore, List of Warrants Drawn on the rids In Probate. -
County. In Chancery.No. [M Homes, Inc. The Board of Wakulla of County County met BE IT RESOLVED, that the Wa- GENERAL FUND IN REi Estate of

WAKULLA 1337. a Florida corporation. this date in Crawfordville with I kulla County Board of Commissioners I Willard Carter, $179.32; Ralph DOCK W. SIMMONS,

Huey L. Callow ay, Plaintiff, the following present Willard have printed or purchase; Strickland 183.OOCeorge; Deceased.

COUNTY NEWS Plaintiff, vs. ( Carter, Chairman! George pre-numbered Work Orders Young 184.75; William D. To All Creditors and Persons I

vs. -DIVORCE--- Henry L. Crawford, Jr. and Young Vice Chairman! Ralph forms with two ((2)) copies and Walker, 184. 75; John Davis, Having Claims or Demand'
Telephone. WAIntitJ301 Rose B. Galloway, Annie R. Crawford, his wife, Strickland, William D. Wal- 1 I carbon attached, and 200.00; Moody Pearce, 400.00; Against Said Estate:

Defendant. Defendants. ker, John L. Davis, Members; I BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, EmmettE. Ferrell, Jr. 351.21 ; You and each of you are h
NOTICE TO ANSWER NOTICE OF MORTGAGE Moody Pearce, Clerk; J. H. that the use of written Work Order J. M. Gwin, 382.28; Newman by notified and required to "V
FORECLOSURE SALE Hudson, County Attorney; W. system be effective Immediately Harper, 188.00; Sheryl Ferrell, sent any claims and demand"

Virginia Krlht1ey E4'to: THE STATE OF FLORIDA TOs" TOi Whom A May Concern R. Taff, Sheriff; Carmel Pelt, upon acquisition of 169.75; Margaret W. High which you, or either of v"n
Rose B. Galloway, 8030 Long NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN Road Supt. forms, and 169.75) Johnie Limbaugh, 184. may have against the d'
Point Houston Texas. 77055. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, 75 Lois P. Willis, 184.75 J. Dock estate
; W.
The minutes the last meet- ; Simmons
Fred Kelghtley ..... -TublUherEntered I pursuant to a Final Decree of decealcd
that all Work Orders shall be H. Hudson, 94.00; Dorothy E. late of '
You are hereby notified that a Foreclosure dated the 11th day ing were read and approved. said County to
at Crawfordvlllt. Florid suit for divorce has been brought of June, 1965, and entered in Mr. Gilbert Cowdy appeared prepared and submitted to the Nazworth, 87. 37; W. May Wal- County Judge of Wakulla Cou-tJIL',
against you by Huey L. Gallo ChaneeryCaseNo. 1317, of the before the Board and requested County Road Superintendent at ker, 4.62; Hugh M. Taylor, ty, Florida, at his office in thl'
a. lerond clan matter. Subnorlp way, in the Circuit Court of ClrcVlt Court of the Second Judicial thatan area around the Wakulla a regular or special meetiiig of 4.62; Ben C. Willis 4.62; court house of said County

tion rsta; $3.00 per year Wakulla County, Florida, and Circuit, in and for Wakul County Livestock Pavilionbe the Board except for emergency Cuyte P. McCord, Jr. 4.62; Crawfordville, Florida, with ji,!
you are hereby required to file la County, Florida, in the above cleared for use as a horse orders. In case of emergency William D. Hopkins, 6.16; Harry six calendar months from th- ,
with the Clerk of the Circuit styled cause, I will sell to the arena and the request was so or- orders the requesting Commis- Morrison, 4.62; Ivey C. Cox, time of the first publication
Court of said county your writ- highest and best bidder for cash dered. sioner or the Road Superintendent 5.55; Helen Bosenberg, 12.95; this notice. Two copies of l't '

ten defenses, If any, In said at the front door of the Wakul The Sheriffs Budget Amend can get the next pre-num- R. W. Ervin, III, 25.00; U. R. claim or demand shall be each !I
REAL ESTATE suit and to serve a copy of tame la County Courthouse in Craw- ment No. 1 was approved and I bered emergency Work Order Lawhon, 120.77; N. S. Brown, writing, and shall state th"I

on A. L. Porter, Crawfordville,, fordville, I Florida= at 11:00: A. adopted and placed in the County from the Clerk's office as need- 88.77;George L. Harper, 550.- place of residence and J
Homei Acreage Florida, attorney for plaintiff, M. on the 9th day of July, Budget. The Amendment ed, and 00; Mrs. George Nesmith, 100. flce address of the claimJIi post ,u-1
Waterfront lot on or'before the 12th day of July 1965, the following described was approved on the motion of BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, 00;Jimmie B. Dykes, 55.42; L. and shall be sworn to by thL'

A. D. 1965. Herein fail not property, in Wakulla County, Commissioner Strickland.U.S. that the original and first copy D. Taylor, 323.33; Ray E. claimant, his agent, or ,
HENRY WILUANfc or a decree pro confesso will be as set forth in said Final Decree, Forest R/W Near of each Work Order shall be given Green, Compt. 187.87; OASI ney and accompanied by".Itt t 1:1 r-i_

REALTY BROKERaria entered against you. to-wlti New Light Church to the Road Superintendent, Fund, 109.54; American Heritage ing fee of one dollar and ",j',
P. O. Box 275 WITNESS the Honorable W. COMMENCE at a point on The Board on the motion of the second copy shall be for the Ins. 35.42; Witholdinz claim or demand not so flluJ,
Phone 741 Florida May Walker, one of the judges theNorthSoundarjof a public Commissioner Strickland requested Superintendent's file>, and the Tax A/C, 166. 85; Tully's Mo- shall be void.
St. ofsald court and the seal thereof road located: 2160. iS' the U. S. Forest Serviceto original shall be turned back to tor Ser. 2.75; C. L. Rehwlnkel /s/ Nolie

at Crawfordville, Wakulla South and 1587.5' West of grant right of way, 40 foot the County Commissioners for 15.10; Fla. Power Corp. BurgeAsexecutorof
County, Florida, this 8th day of the Northeast corner of Sec wide from County graded road record purposes, and 148. 83; Tall. Builders Sup. and Testament of Last \\II, !

June, A.D. 1965. tion 18, Township 3 South, near New Light Church south a- BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, 41.32; Talquin Electric Coop. Simmons, deceased.DOd 11.
/Moody Pearce Range 1 West, Wakulla long the west side of the east that allsuchWork Orders be designed 1.10; Auto. Voting Machine 4t-6/17.24. 7/1. 8.

If You Need. Clerk Circuit Court County, Florida and run half of SE Quarter of Section to bear the name of the Corp. 1, 736. 15; Yaeger Inc. ,
Wakulla County, FloridaA. thence North 005l' West 24, T2S, R2W approximately requesting officer, County Commissioners Void; Wakulla County News,

OCflt.upplie.: L. PorterCrawfordville 105.0 to the Point of Begin- .43 of a mile. District Involved, 331.OOj_ ; Bowen_Supply_ C?. ,,,.. ... .
Iiusin 6s Machines Florida, ning. From said point of beginning On the motion of Commissioner date issued, date work began, aIu ; Vent Office Equip.
Office Furniture Attorney for Plaintiff. continue North 00 Strickland and the second of date work completed detail Co. 78.15; Capital Office E-

SM or Call (SEAL)) 51'West lOS.O'i, thence Commissioner Davis the follow- section for work instructions, quipment Co. 30.15; H. & W.
4t-6/lO. 17.24.7/1. South 8730' West 210. 0', ing agreement was accepted: location and suggestions and detail B. Drew Co. 16.24; Southeas.
RANEY WHALEY thence South 0051'East "This agreement, made this section for Superintendent'scomments. tern Tel. Co. 9.57; George L.

105.0'j thence North 87 7th day of June, 1965, by the Harper,5.00j; Fla. Power Corp. ,
afCAPITAL In the Court of the County 30' East 210.0' to the point Board of County Commissionersof The following work projectwas 4.44; Cary D. Council, 88. 10;

'Of'FlCEEQUIPMENT Judge, Wakulla County, Flo beginning, containing Wa k ulla County, Florida, adopted: W. S. Schley, 185.00; S. J.
CO. rida. In Probate.IN 1/2 acre more or less. The hereinafter called the Board, BULL DOZERNo. Harrell, 152.55A. W. McKenzie -

Sit South Adam St. REt Estate of above described property beIng and Harry L. Harrington and 1, Lake Ellen, Bull Dozer; 112.04; W. P. McKenzie, j
Corner E. PeniacolaTALLAHASSEE. M. A. RUDD, the North one half of Dena B. Herrinjrtou! his wife, No.2, Horse Arena at Live- 142. 12; S. J. Hodge, 34.64;
FLORIDA Deceased. that certain parcel of land of the County of Fulton, State stock Pavilion; No. 3, Withers C. C. Roberts, 104.03; Capital

TO All Creditors and Persons conveyed to Mattlo Crawford of Georgia, hereinafter called Home in Wakulla, moving trash Bottled Gas, 57.80; H. &W.
Claims Demand from H. 1. Crawfordand the owners. from street; No.4, Removingrocks Co. 453.44; Moody Pearce,
-- .. Having Said EstatetYouandeachoyOU Fannie Crawford, his Whereas, several months ago from road, Ell Williams, Clerk, 10. OOj; Ann Moore, 3.00; THE
Against wife, by deed dated 62160and the Board, with permission of Vereen; No. S, Spring Creek to Annie Cray, 120.00 Road &
LEON;; SEPTIC TANK1' are here- recorded in Deed Book the owners, dug a drainage Shell Point; No. 6, Air Strip at Bridge, 3,738.41 Wakulla Co.
SERVICE by notified and required to pre- 57, page 201, Wakulla ditch or 'canal across the owners Panacea, Drag Line also; No. 7, Sch"l Bd. 22,750.00 Raker f. SENTRYBY
sent any claims and demands Florida. and since the Frank
County, property diggingof Jones Subdivision, Street Lumber Co.
2. 75
ot which you, or either of you, said drainage canal erosion build No.8 ; J. M. Cwin,
Clean have against the estate of ROADWAY EASEMENT I up; Eddie Quigg I Tax Coll. 4.00; Raker Lumber JANE DAVIS
*" may BEGIN at.a point on th* has washed away part of the Road, Oak Park. Co. 61.83 Cortex Director of Consumer Services
Repair M. A. Rudd, deceased, late of L owners land, therefore, in order DRAG LINEINO. ; White,
New Installation said County, to the County Nortn Boundary 01 a ruoiic ; .. 234.00; H. C. Carter, 156.00; Sentry Insurance
to restore the
owners i
property spring Creek No. 2,
*" of Wakulla Florida Road located 2160. 7S' South Yaeger Inc. 302.00 E.
Judge County ; Ray
The Best For Less and do with future erosion Panacea Air
away Strip (see No. 6
1587.5' of the Green BBQ
and Welt Com
45. SafetyThe
.' at his office in the courthouse the Board Bull Dozer pt. 70; OASI
Northeast Corner of Section agrees to construct ); No. 3, Panacea. Fund, 41.42.ROAAND.
Telephone of said County at Craw- 3 South and maintain a retaining wall ACCESS STREET BOA RAMP thought of mouth-watei,_
Tallahassee fordville, Florida, within six 18, Township upon the owners property or Commissioner Davis moved BRIDGE FUNDC. Ing steaks hamburgers and
877-1773 calendar months from the time Range 1 West, Wpkulla land as follows: W. Pelt 137. chicken over hot coals is enough
that 72
the Board the State ; J. C. Har- /
after 6:00: o.m. of the first publication of this County,South Florida 87"30'!! and Wart rua Commence at a point 7 feet Board of Conservation to con- vey, 126.88 ; W. W. Oaks for barbecue any family to roll out th..
notice. Two copies of each thence 7 feet of the SW 117.88 grill.
west comer of struct a boat at the end of ; Carlton Harvey, 126.-
Mid Road IS.O'jthence ramp With the flavorful
claim demand shall be in along meals thea
or Lot No. 8 of Block "A of the 88 R. R.
00051' Access Street in River Bend ; Nichols, 128.29 grills
North ; prepare, unfortunateh
Dees Barber Shop writing of residence, and shall and state the office 105 0'; thence North 87 Town of Surf, as per plat thereof Subdivision on the Sopchoppy A. B. Spears, 105.74; C. W. come dangers of burns and gas
place post recorded at Page 222 of Deed River. The motion Allen 62.35 poisoning.
carriedon Cajer Sentry Insurami
30' East 15.01\ thence South was ; Posey,
address of the claimant
Book 17 of the Public Records the second of 105.74; Louie suggests these
005l' East 105.0' to the Mr. Strick- Posey, 108.69; safeguards in
and shall the
be to
FOUR POINTS sworn by point of beginning. The ofWakulla County, Florida; and land. Homer Carraway, 74.56; Erie using barbecue grills:
claimant, his agent, or attorney above being the East 15' of extending Northerly to a pointat $1,500,000.00 Sec. Road Loan Wallace, 105.74; C. Mathers, Use the grill in a well ver

BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 and accompanied by a the South onehalf of that least 60 feet in the owners On the motion of Commissioner 117.83j; Melton Cray, 105.74; tilated area. Grills meant foi I
filing fee of one dollar and such land outdoor use should
which l III'
on no erosion has never
Coy Sanders
claim or demand not so filed certain parcel of land con- occured. Said Davis the Board agreed to 107.45; Ray E. used inside unless there's
OPEN TIL shall be void. veyed to Mattie Crawford retaining wall to proceed with plans to borrow Green, Compt. 135.61; OASI flue, allowing deadly carbon.1
8:00 P.M. FRIDAYS Ill Norma RuddAsAdministrator from H. L. Crawford and extend in a southeasterly direct- $1,500,000.00 pledging future Fund, 122.90; American Heritage monoxide fumes to scap*,
of the Estate Fannie Crawford, his wife, ion from the said point 7 feet gas tax receipts for repayment Ins. 9.00; Fla. Equipment Never bring the grill into,
of M. A. Rudd de- by deed dated June 21, 1960, west of the SW comer of said thereof, with Commissioners Co. 154.12; Tallahassee closed quarters during a
CRADY WIIITFIELD and recorded in Deed Book Lot No. 8, in a dedicated street Strickland and the Chairman Tire Co. 49.44; Clinton Pi- rainstorm.. Even small hibachi -

hAROLD I 4t-6/17.24.7/1.8.ceased. 57, Page 201, Wakulla for a distance of at least 15 voting NO. The above moniesto gott 'a Car, 60-05; Holley, grills, used at cocktail
BALES-CKAUi MATHERS County, Florida. feet to a point on which no erosion be used for the construction Inc. 7.41, alqutii Electric parties, have been known to

DEE COOK, Owner DATEDthis 11th day of June, has occured. necessary roads and streets in Coop. 7.42; W. J. Boynton, ide emit enough carbon mono
wi A.D. 1965. The Board agrees to maintain Wakulla County. Commissioner Jr. 85.60: Rake.. r"...h.. r. to asphyxiate a roomfulof I
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: GIVE SLIt GREEN STWPSCLARE'S The power of pictures is illustrated Itl Moody Pearce said retaining filled with wall dirt and fill and Davis moved that the Clerk 34. oo'; SubM C Johnson' CM Never guests.use kerosene, gasolim,
keep other so.
or I
Clerk of the
Court authorized
to buy water or lighter fluid
by the effectiveness to start the '
([Circuit Court Seal suitable material, all land lyIng cooler for the FINE &
William ) County Health FORFEITURE FUND The best bet is electrical
of seed catalog ,
M on land site of said retaining -
lt-61 17. Department and have same Installed W. R. fire starters which th.
Ziegler, New Oxford (Penna.) wall. Mr. uTaff, 2577. UL safety label. 1
by Cary Council 49
1 ; J. Hudson
Smith Creek 130.00
I Road Ra-
Item. : If
The motion carried.On ken Lumber you prefer one of the liquid I
The Board on the motion of Co., Void; Came & lire
I ___ the motion of Commissioner Freshwater starters on the market.add f
Fish Comm. .
Commissioner Strickland 9. Is. the
agreed Strickland and the second liquid before-nsver
fttqr) SHOP I to request the State Road Department of Commissioner Walkerthe after-the fire is Ignited.

R.LRILEYFUNERALIIOME. to have the Smith Board cut off the dog fly Keep the liquid away from

Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director Creek Road, west from Arran spraying project and reduced Leak children and never allow
EARLY AMERICAN from Primary Road Funds. May MeanRoofs them to start the fire.
themosqutuo control budget .
FRENCH PROVINCIAL I Commissioner Davis moved Keep small children and pets
Phone 697-3366 $3,000.00 local funds. The
away the barbecuingarea.
VICTORIAN I that the Board request of Mr. Board Worn OutOnce
requested the Clerk to They could burn them-
FURNITURE CARRABELLE, FLA. Alton the Revell State Road, Safety Department Directorfor notify the State Board of Health, a roof shows definite selves or push the grill over
Mosquito Control Division of onto someone else.
Phone 385-1222 :1 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" to place rrofttd go traffic signalsat this action and explain that, it signs of wear don't put off Wear clothing with no dan
1901 N. Monroe St. Road Intersections is a result of redistribution of replacing it until heavy rainsor gling shirttails or frills that I

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA SERVING WAKULLA COUNTY in Wakulla County. the County's share of race track melting snow seep into the could easily catch fire. The I
Commissioner Davis moved, funds and that budget cuts have house and cause costly damage chef should wear a large
that the Board appoint Commissioner been forced the to walls, ceilings and furnish fairly heavy apron. I
on Board.
I The S Use
I Walker as a committeeof proper grill equipment
Board further
stated that ings.Roofs
budgetcuts Heavy gloves and a bottle
_L one to organize a meeting have been tend to
thoroughly studied wear out full of water should be on
Tallahassee BuslMm Firms between Mr. James Lee, State and that where cuts have uniformly so that a repair Job hand to spray on coals when
Road Board Member of Crest- been made they feel that the is rarely the answer. If there fat drippings cause flames.BEAUTYI.
view, the Board of County government of our County will is a leak, the chances are you'll

Commissioners of Wakulla be least af f ecte d by cuts in have others soon. Some leaks
DIRECTORYPstornlze County, Mr. Ernest Roddenberry these areas. in fact are so hard to find

State Representative of Wa- The Board approved the vouchers that a damaged ceiling or wall
kulla County, and Mr. George before them and directed is the first sign.

These AdvertUtr Dickerson, State Road Depart- that warrants be issued in pay- A new roof of
ment of Chipley the Motion ment therefor. asphalt
carried on the second of Com- shingles applied over
There being further
no business
I missioner YOU1g.Commissioner coming to the attention of tect original roofing will pro. News & Views
against I
Walker moved worst weather By TONI
the Board the Y.000WARD.ANSLi'
FRM same was ad- and will I
Little that the Board meet at the con- improve the appear. -
Store joumed on motion of Commissioner t
Int. O. I. GRAMLING venience of Mr. James Lee and Strickland. ance of the entire house.

FEEDSFlint "The. Capitals Mr. Dickerson and it was so Because they are heavier 1
Major for Minor & CO. carried. Approved Willard Carter: and thicker these shingles can 1i
Cltild,...', Funiturt. TI II'. Commissioner Davis moved be expected to give long i
.. Hob biti One-Stop Service for that the Clerk write Mr. George Approved Willard Carter, ice. They are serv.
Are.on.. warranted
River Baby Chairman
11011 Mills J33 N. Monro* St. Ph. 2221143'fiakerAlford Feed Seed Fertilizer Dickenson, State Road Depart- Attest Pearce guaranteed or bonded up to
S. Won... fk. 223-0274 ment, Chipley, and ask why Moody Clerk 25 years by their !
Poultry Supplies manu. j
the requested survey of State facturens.H .
Garden Tools Road 22 has not been started. I r ;
The motion carried on the second .

Co. So. Adam CroMlnf at S.A.L.R.R. Commissioner of Commissioner Strickland Walker moved, I L

toTlwPlJrUH_." Phone 223-0173 that Preacher Allen be assignedto r

Anything for you auto, truck the County Yard to sign all -
Ltgkt Wrigkt and Kfgitlar ortrwtor. Also tor your powr orders, etc., make purchases,
Cvnerttt Blotki. I lawnmower, and much for your keep all records, on trucks, NOTICE
beat. % etc. The motion carried on I DO YOU WORRY about mam..
Hanson Wood and
208 N. Adams St. Ph 22W380 the second of Commissioner I taming healthy teeth and

Jloel Ind, Inc.S. Capital Stone Co. Davis. THE BOARD OF COUNTY I gums? After 30, gum disorder
Adams St. at 4PointaTa Commissioner Strickland COMMISSIONERSOF I are main cause of tooth loss.
'. ). 222-5840 P. O. Box <" 1 Sine IMS moved that the Road Superin- Wedged-in food Particles irrl-
tendent be given full authorityover WAKULLA I tate break
MARBLE '- GRANITE WILL HOLD down gum tissues I
----.--.-.-- -- BRONZE all road employees. The THE I loosen teeth.Safeguard.
motion carried on the second of
: MEMORIALS Commissioner Young.On REGULAR MEETING THE FIRST MONDAYIN I Use of Stimudents gums Interdental with daily

Yeajrer; Cemetery Work,! Alt type* the motion of Commissioner I Stimulators. Dentist-approved
508 W. Galnea St.-T.L 223-0719 Walker and the second of JULY ON FRIDAY I Pliable stimulators
THE 2ND gently dis-
I Inc. Walter F. Buebaa, Mft. Commissioner Davis the follow OF JULY I lodg.particles toothbrush can't
.. ing-resolution was adopted. I reach,

,/....r/JltH .n4 BondtM WHEREAS, Work Orders c-n AT 8:00: A.M. INSTEAD I Cum "manage"lea to and keep toughen teeth
be carried out with a minimum strong.
S. Adam* St.-Ttl. 222-4680 r delay when In writing, I I Free, mouth healthy.
samples from dentists
andWHEREAS I or write: .
U-D.nti. Inc.
written Work Orders Detroit
eliminate much confusionas Mich. 48238.r .

; to priority, materials to be

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COUNTY) ;; '
NEWS location of the first hole: "
THURSDAY scratch the tile lumber dealers. CRMF0RDVILLE'
JUNE 1'7. i IQ6"; glaze with an
awl across this mark then LETS REPRESENT ALL THE PEOPLE!
Q There is a single worn PERSONALS SOPCHOPPY NEWS
dilll through and put In the spot In linoleum floor. Can
anchor my Mr and Mrs. L. D. Taylor, Louise C. Sapp 1
Hang and level the this be repaired neatly? By &
shelves on one screw to get the John and Don, have returned :
location of the second A. Cut a square patch from home from a visit to Bradenton The Rev. and Mrs. Jesse Baker -
M rli q' I and repeat hole the same material and lay It where they visited relatives. returned Tuesday from An-
I' nual Conference at Lakeland.
I over the worn spot. With a 1
Q. I want to put a Dutch sharp linoleum knife, cut I Mrs. Fred Carlan, Gary and The two children visited Mrs.

door at the patio entrance, but alongside the patch Into the I Eddie, cf Atlanta, have been Baker's parents in Mississippi.

Q How do I dilll holes my wife Is afraid that It would original linoleum Lift out the visiting Mrs. Carlan's parents, We are glad the Bakers will be
the bathroom ceramic III, be drafty: Is she right old piece with Its felt backing Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith. I with us again this year. Judge
tiles to Porter and Harry Pelt of Craw-
Mrs. Carlan and Cary returnedto
apply a layer of linoleum paste
hang shelf A
a cabinet You
on the can obtain a Dutch fordville filled his at Me-
Atlanta last week and Eddie pulpit I
wall? door of and set In the patch smooth
ponderosa pine with stayed with his grandparentsfor thodist Church last Sunday.
I overlap and level Let the adhesive
A. Use plus weather- visit. WJI-1f9'I:
a carbide-tipped dun snipping at harden before stepping on the a longer
to make holes for meeting rail Mrs. Elsie Roddenberry received -
fiber almost )
patch which should fit
I These doors are diaft-free and Dale and Babette word Sunday of the deathof
masonry anchors Peeples from '
Invisibly\ of a
!Available In stock sizes through Baltimore, Md. arrived last her brother, Lenard Revell, CITIES AND SUBURB5Qf
Thursday to visit their grand- who lived at Cross City. Her

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chauncy daughter, Mrs. Cora LeeiMea-
Shuster. dows of Tallahassee, came Sun
day and drove her mother down.

Mrs. Fred Kelghtley and son,
Mr. and Mrs. Brown
Ralph en-
Gregory, returned Tuesday, tint
joyed in Craw-
June 8th, after visiting relativesin supper StoRE RppITIO OF RURAL AND
fordville last
.fL I Nashville, Tenn. and Bowl- Saturday evening, RE TOWN AREAS
put on by the Masonic and East- MEIQ pppoRtl
NO JOB TOO em Star Lodge. The supper was STpt Rjly At RELI.A .
Kenneth McFadden fro n Bowling held in their partially completed 1N E IS p5 y15, ,
Green, Ky. is visiting his building. IC
LARGE OR aunt, Mrs. Fred Kelghtley and 1N E G ioSAy

family.Mr. Thurman Roddenberry and Zt
TOO SMALU Henry Jones expect to leave the poP
and Mrs. A. L. Mat- 21st for a week at thp Methodist

thews and daughters, Maureenand Youth Camp in Leesburg. On

Debbie, of Augusta, Ga. the 19th (Saturday) the MYFare
visited last week with their having a car wash to help i

PROFESSIONAL daughter, Mrs. Ceorge Gibbs defray their expenses.Mr. I I'I
and family.Mrs. .
and Mrs. Lester Burke of ''I

Hosford, Fla. have returned
Inez Walker is attendinga I
PRESSWORK home after several
Conference in Or- days spentin I
Principal the home of their daughter, .
lando this week.
Mrs. Mr.Burge's .
Jlmmie Burge. .,
PRACTICAL Mr. and Mrs. Charley Tucker sister and her husband 1'his! country has! many diverse geographical, economic -

and Mrs. A. L. Porter attendedthe Manuel Tribble and son of and social interest a fact no\ obvious that
of Miss Leslie Greenville, S. C. were also \
'' graduation it seems inescapable. Yet it i the I .,
PRICES 7 Anne Moore in Atlanta. guests during the funeral for was! ignored by
( their relative, Dock Simmons.Mrs. Supreme Court when it held that seals\ in bout houses i 1

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Anderson i of 'II
Male legislatures he
have returned to Tampa after Trixie Regina of Corpus !! must apportioned solely on

spending a week at their homeat Christi, Texas, is spending a a population basis i! .

Lake Ellen. couple of weeks with her niece, The problems! of a rural farming area are hardly

Call Us For Fast Mrs. Nell Russ and daughters, Mrs. Norma Rudd. the same\ as! those of the big city. Does the lumberman

Ginger and Cindy, attended the Mrs. Naomi Sanders of Toledo, the miner the fisherman fall into the same \

wedding of Mrs. Russ's nephew, Ohio, Mrs. J. C. Bates of Ft. category, or can all of us he lumped together with

Layouts and Estimates! Cren. Pridchett, of Thomaston, Myers, Fla and Mrs. Viola the city subway riders and dwellers?
Ala. to Beth McConnell of Clemons of High Springs, Fla ,
Panama City, Fla. at the First are visiting their sister, Mrs. The .ever-rh in problems t'annevt'r be solved

Methodist Church in Panama Audrey Rudd and other relativesin through the questionable assumption that sparsely

City, Saturday, June 12th. this area. 1I1"1I11"11."rtli of a stale have less at stake than densely!

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown populated areas If state legislatures! are compelled .
and Mrs. Eleanor Carlan attended have movedback to their homeat be
constituted basis this
to on a "population only" ,
Offset and Letterpress the funeral of He meter S. the Harms place. Their red-
could result in discrimination lesser .
'llarreU of Aubumdale, Florida wood cottage at Riverview home gross against!! !

Copy and Design ExpertsWe last Tuesday. Mr. Harrell died sites is furnished and for rent. populated districts.!

suddenly Sunday, June 7, of a Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Strick- I In a truly representative government one house !

heart attack. land spent the weekend in At- if so decided liy its citizens-should represent all

lanta attending the wedding ofa the elements of a state and should not be forced
LM's Allouay niece of Mrs. Strickland.We .
into drawing its membership chiefly from the
pride ourselves in turningout
t are sorry to lose the Frank densely! populated areas.!

quality work and in meeting1 No Gleason Welch The Rev.family Mr. Welch from Sopchoppy is a mem- I Therefore, we believe that strong support should

all deadlines. See us for your ber of the Florida Methodist i be iv..nto the proposal before Congress to restoreto

Conference and spent the past the states their traditional authority to apportiontheir
next printing order! Just HeroIn week in Lakeland He has been
legislatures basis reflecting geographicas
on a
assigned as Pastor of the New
a. Bethel Church Quincy HIgh- well as population factors.If .

Sopchoppy way. They will be moving we are to maintain our republican form of
there Thursday to a new parson.
in its the
age. We wish them happinessin government truest application, "population

MM-tM wear. their new assignment.Mrs. only" theory must be cast aside.
FOR ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS CALL Clifford C Alloway of the Bedie Roddenberry enJoyed -

University of Miami law quite a surprise last Fri
THE WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS I school may not be a Jackie day. Three of her sisters from

I Gleason but the publicity he Georgia spent the day with her,
has been giving the city of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Proctor of

Sopchoppy is appreciated by Cairo, Mrs. Carl Lee of Warner
the councilmen of that rural Robins, and Mrs. Alice Turner
north Florida city, of Atlanta.
An official resolution of
Mr. and Mrs. John Davis of
the Sopchoppy council commends
t i Pr bt t. Alloway's efforts Sopchoppy and daughter, Em-
\ mie Mae Glynn of Tallahassee,
whic\-! have left the
left Thursday for Orlando to attend -
name of Sopchoppy indelibly 1.s
the school
i implanted on the minds of his big1 graduation
students exercises of their grandson,
Charlie Platt

"fa his lecture on constitutional -
Mr. Joe Williams was admit- .s
law in an effort tocryttallz
ted to the Veteran's Hospital in
for his. student
Lake City several days ago.
the epitome of a small rural

city In relation to the federal Mr. and Mrs. Tom Blackburnof

government he has constantly Jacksonville Woodrow Building the pyramids In ancient Egypt was hard .

Peanutsare f referred to the city Willis visited their mother Sunday work but the structures have withstood centuries of

of Sopchoppy" In flowing Mrs. Levi Willis, who is wear and weather. The stone blocks were cemented

.terms, the resolution said. in the Oak Grove ConvelescentHome with asphalt, the same material used In modern asphalt -

ourbusiness Two former UM students in Tallahassee. roofing shingles.Asphalt .
Howard Gross and Harold
Mr and Mrs. Earl Taunton,
Mendelow had called atten. Kathy and Robert, of Panama Has Talc 5,000
tlon of Sopchoppy officials tc City, visited Mrs. Taunion's a
Alloway had been
the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bun Sim-
giving their village Years Old in ConstructionDoes
too... ., They figured that If Miami mons, over the weekend. TheTa
unions were enroute to Ala-
c.., w"We Beach, through a resolution bama where they will visit relatives the sight of an asphalts known In Europe until the
in the Legislature, thanked before returning to their h 1 n 8 1 Ie roof conjure up 16th century when Sir Walter
Jackie Gleason for publicizing home in Panama City. thoughts of Moses, the Raleigh sailed to Trinidad in
that city, then they Pharaohs or Queen Elizabeth? search of gold He found Instead -
might do well to show their Mr and Mrs. E. E. Roberts Probably not. But It could. pits of asphalt which he

appreciation on a slightly and daughters, Dell and Dawn, As early as 3000 B. C. the used to caulk the seams of
smaller iC1Ie' to the profe .or of Tallahassee, were the dinner preservative and cementing his ship.

who helped make their com.munlty guests of Mrs. Delma Roberts qualities of asphalt-now usedIn It worked so well that he

kno n.Leak and Miss June Roberts Sunday shingle form to provide brought samples of it home to

durable weather-resistant England and reported to
hod a talk with a young man the other day May' ..IJeallRoof's Mrs. Warren Crum and son of roofing were widely known. Queen Elizabeth that it was

about H. laid "You wouldn't want my Panacea visited Mrs. Crum's Ancient builders used It in "most excellente goode and
money Worn Out parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. constructing the Tower of melteth not in the sun," The
account it would lust be peanuts." Roberts on Sunday Babel An Egyptian Pharaoh. Queen whose Interest was not

had asphalt in leaky seams or roofs complained -
how do feel Once a roof shows definite
W to point out we
were quick .
signs of wear don t put off pavement laid on the palace she could not fill the

about ItiSome replacing It until heavy rains grounds. And wh n the baby coffers with asphalt and

01 melting snow seep into! the Moses was hidden among the ordered Sir Walter to the
of our accounts start with a dollar or house and cans costly damageto bulli'ushes. the reed basket In I Tower of London

Some of the which he was bundled was In modern roofing asphalt
two. Some run to very large figures. walls. ceilings and furnishings
SIX FLAGS ADDS CIRCUS securely caulked with a mix- Is valued for its preservativeand
the :!
and whether
big ones started very small gw1IedJ Six Flags ture of asphalt and clay waterproofing characteristics -
tend to wear out
real chance Over Texas a three-ring; the most dramatic An asphalt saturantIs
small ones grow or not, they give us a Probably
uniformly, so that a repair jobIs
circus to its list of attractions.
used to Impregnate highly
evidence of asphalt's preservative a
to be of service to people who need us. rarely the answer If thereIs All the trappings of a wholesome
value Is that it was usedto absorbent felt base and is In
a leak, the chances are you'll old-fashioned Americancircus
W Eke "peanuts." Bring, them In, any tim.1FLORIDA'S I have others soon Some leaks. will be in force with saturate the linen shroudsin turn scaled with a harder
which Egyptians wrapped more viscous "coating asphalt
In fact are so hard to find clowns galore, aerialists animal
that a damaged ceiling or wallIs acts and colorful production and burled their dead. It was I I ." The shingles are
sign. numbers even used in building the further protected by opaque
the Shpbr'hmes for the 14-act pyramids, which have survivedthe I mineral granules. Self-sealing
A new roof of heavyweight show win be at 1-00: 3 :00 and onslaught of wind and wind-resistant asphalt shingles
asphalt shingles applied over 5.00 p.m. seven days a week. sand for centuries. have a factory-applied ad-
will Locatlonrof; the circus is adjacent -
the original roofing pro-
Despite recorded Instances of hesive which when exposed
the worst weather to the Log Flume ride, just
tect against across the narrow. rail. the early use of asphalt? It to the sun's heat bonds each
l BANK and will improve the appearance road tracks. A special tunnel remained comparatively un shingle to the one underneath.WAKULLA .
LEWIS STOTE entire house
of the has been built under the tracks
Because they are heavier for easy access by visitors to
OLDEST BANK and thicker these shingles can the circus grounds.The .
be expected to give long service open-air spectacular will
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. They are warranted have seating for 2,600 peopleIn
the newly built grandstands
guaranteed o r bonded up to on the north and south sides of
I bl their manu
25 years the arena.
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4 TOURSDAT.WAK11.LA' UUNTY JUNK 17. NEWS 1965 Electric of Cypress beats ply Gardens the waterways for- NOTICE I[ FOOTNOTES "Practice Traffic Safety And

those who prefer not to walk.

I Deadline for News Copy it9i30 SUBSCRIBE ttftw Your Children Will Follow!"
$ A.M. on Tuesdays. Due
I to production costs, it has beCome Says FHP Chief
necessary enJorce newt z by Betty Monhol

I 1 copy Please deadline.help us to NEWS The pre-weddine weeks are the TALLAHASSEE Florida patents were urged today by the Florida
I NOTICE better paper. give you a most hectic for the bridetobe.Just Highway Patrol to take a more actin part in teaching their children \
I as important and demand- the rules of highway and pedestrian lafety.
SPECIALS FRI. SAT, MON. AND TUBS. EditorI I ing as the endless decisions to be Emphasizing the need for training even in the "toddler group" the
made about the wedding itself, Patrol stressed the fact that a larger number of under-ten-years of
I I are plans for decorating her first age pedestrians are fatally hurt In traffic each year.

Pineapple Princess Ring home. "when a child la old enough to toddle;. says Patrol Commander,
Like most June brides turned
H. N. Klrkman "he is old fundamentals
July homemaker, she will prob- enough to begin learning the I
ably continue working to share of pedestrian lafety." And he emphasized the need for parents
in the expenses of buying* furni setting a good example.
ture. Today's bride wants the "Children learn imitating and the good accomplished by lectures
SUGAR49clUZIANNE best her budget allows, but she Is easily nullified by parents who are observed breaking their own
also realizes the importance of rules of safety.
choosing furnishings that'Will be "For example the parent, with youngster In tow. who jay walks,
1 Gr'r easy to care for in her limited crosses between Intersections walks from between puked cars and
time and experience as a home- makes other errors has only himself to blame when the child shows
+ maker. the same disregard for safety rules and is run down in traffic," the
Modern science has helped Patrol leader said. .
solve her dilemma with fibers, Colonel Kirkman also pointed out that youngsters observe "bad
79c x sprays and finishes that enhance, driving habits" of their elders at an early age and these actions
Instant COFFEE
6 oz. : protect and. prolong the' life offurnishings. : leave a deep seated Impression in many Instances.
y "We often gain knowledge through trial and error" declared
lb. 29c _4 I ,t Curtain, upholstery and drapery Kirkman, "while In a child's case, his first error in traffic is often ,
Fresh Grade "A" FRYERS, fabrics that are made en- his last." .
tirely or fortified in part with
man-made fibers get a longer
69c lease on life with protective stain
SIRLOIN STEAK lb. finishes to shed dust and dirt. I II
Floor coverings, .the largestarea
lb. 39c and therefore the first to It..W.r. : : "1 I
consider in furnishing come under -
the easy-care influence with FLORIDA STATE I
carpeting made of such fibers as I
PORK CHOPS ENl CUTS 59c, Herculon olefin The moistureand -
dirt-resistance makes it the

Pineapple Princess Ring boasts tbe rich flavor of brown sugar and easiest to keep clean.
crushed pineapple but without over-sweetness. Its pleasant char Even pastel colors are prac- Now Showing Now Showing
TOMATOES No. 303 can, 2 for 25c aster comes from an unusual combination of Ingredient corn tical in casual tweeds, more for-
meal and chopped pecans Blend these Ingredients plus a few others. mal swirls and scrolls or go- Walt Diiney'i
Into this delightful dessert that asks no more adornment than a with-every thing l loop pile to give
swirl of whipped cream. a unified look to the bride's first "CINDERELLA"

Spring Farm Evap. MILK, 3 .for J39c Corn meal adds the Interest of texture to Pineapple Princess I room Stains decorating and I spills plan.on Herculoncan and Joan Crawford
of and nutritional Ireland
Ring, with added advantages ease preparation be easily blotted and then John
value The ring Is prepared with self-rising corn meal and flour, up
Fresh; sponged away with a detergentand
BANANAS, 2 Ibs. .25c_ each containing tbe correctly measured amounts of leavening and water solution. "FLASH, "I SAW WHAT
salt to save you blending and sifting steps. Equally stainand spillproofare THE TEEN-ACE OTTER"
METCALF FROZEN Self-rlslng corn meal and flour are nutrient-enriched too, provld. modern catalyzed lacquer fin YOU DID"PERRY
100Z'59c Ing thiamine niacin, riboflavin. Iron and calcium plus protein and ishes on furniture that give the
SHRIMP easily utilized food energy. traditional rich look of lacquer

PINEAPPLE PRINCESS RING plus protection.The .
WE NOW HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF KODAK FILM 8 servings furniture bride designed who shop for easy now care for HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN

AND ALSO DEVELOPING SERVICE AVAILABLEWE 1 cup enriched self-rising 1 cup chopped pecans is economizing for the day a few OUTDOOR ON WOODVILiE HWY.
corn meal 1 can ((8% oz.) crushed years away when she moves from ,
1 cup sifted enriched self. pineapple and syrup her small apartment into a large I
rising flour home and discovers her
NOW 'HAVE A FULL LINE Of i/a cup shortening 2 eggs ings are still bright furni.h.1 Today thru Sat. Tonight thru Saturday I
1 vanilla
teaspoon looking.Cotton.
1 cup firmly packed light ;
BULK SEED & FERTILIZER brown sugar Chopped pecans Sean Flynn "THE BLOB"

I. Grease well with solid shortening a 8'/.cup ring mold or 9-Inch
SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVE round rake pan. Preheat oven to 375. Mix together corn meal and I i Ann Todd "DINOSAURUS""DAY
flour Cut In shortening until mixture Is crumbly. Stir In brown gloves that look like real
sugar, I cup chopped pecans, pineapple and syrup eggs and vanilla reptile skin are a new highlight of "THE SON OF OF THE TRIFFIDS"
until well blended. Pour Into pan. Sprinkle chopped pecans on top. the current fashion rage for rep I CAPTAIN BLOOD"and
PIGOTT'S STORE Hake 35 to 40 minutes. Let cool 10 minutes, then run spatula around tile. These snake-embossed gloves,
edge and remove. Serve warm or cooled.
MEDART in a choice of lengths and colors, I_
'If you don't sift and In the absence of other directions, spoon are machine-washable in soap or "36 HOURS"NOTICE
lour directly from container Into a one-cup dry measure, level off'
then remove to level tablespoonful: according I to USDA detergent
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An Ancient Alliance

The feline family outdates man
by thousands of years 1 As soon AREA WATER SYSTEM INC.P. .
arrived the
A. as man on scene,
}w though, they struck up an acquaintance 0. BOX 235
that has lasted and PANACEA, FLORIDA 32346WE
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grown throughout all time.
i The early Egyptians worshipped
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the cat as a god. In fact, the
Ma lat BaH honored position which cats cccupied -
in society under the Pharaohs
\ has never been equalled.The .
cat was sacred to the Egyptian -
goddess, Pasht (whence the WILL CLOSE THE LOAN WITH' THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT ON JUNE '17, 1965.
name "Puss"). Cats were worshipped -
Because cats have always had

and grace the cat popula-
tion of today is up to 26 million.
WE MUST MAKE ROOM Equally at home in city apart-
I ment or country home, the faa I
tidious and well-mannered cat is
FOR OUR 1965 TRADES a welcome and loved companion.
sufficient creatures, some people

I IqfL obedient have labeled and them unpredictable.arrogant, dis-Ac- AMOUNT OF THE LOAN NECESSARY THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS HAD TO BETAKEN

I 1an cording Purina Pet to the Care experts Center at cats the AND WE WISH TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THESE AT THIS TIME:

I really have a keen appreciationof
comfort and companionship.The .
key to getting in their good
L Le" graces is to treat them as they
ab not dog unruly
are as a or
an d11U child. They know Intuitively 1. Members who joined and paid the tie-in fee of
O W OO whether they're loved and under-
stood, and they have innumer- S25 on or before June 1 1965, will have the

LOT NO.1 LOT N0. 2 O able subtle ways of making their water connection run to their present line.
desires and feelings known.
327 N. ADAMS 1414 S. MONRO' ST. From its place as a god the cat Those who become Members AFTER June 1 will
r has come down a peg to enJoy-
ing and being enjoyed in many have the water connection run to their pro-
1961 International
1961 Chevrolet. $1095 homes. If you don't own one yet, perty lineONLY.Persons / .
Belilr 4 door Vt. radio h ..'. $795 you have a great friendship in
.automatic trantmiMlon It powtrtmrtnf Scout with 4 wheal drtv. store for you.Check .

Texture ,
1962 VW $1195
1961 Fiat S py d er. $795 Sunroof with radio and b.alt.. For True Hue-
,M Roadittr. radio heater and 4 Ia 2. or firms who wish to join as Member
UM floor After you've paid off the PRIOR to July 1, 1965, will be accepted at the
painter do you wonder why
the color of your house looks tie-in fee of $25 if the water-users agreementand

1 1961, Chevrolet $995 ;1959 Chevrolet $495 different from the color you check is received by that date. On or after
i o' to. pick up | cylinder. radta, haattr and selected?
1 door VS.
,Hural HOOT shut. It may be because you didn't July 1, 1965, the tie-in fee shall be $75.
consider the Influence that

1961 VW . $595 a texture has on color. If your
Pick up track. I exterior wall has a flat surface
: 1964 Corvair it will reflect light evenly. Buta

.; $1795 surface that la 'grooved or
-..:. 1964 Chevelle $2095 Coup Monza, 4 Lter.. .traauilMtea. lined deflects light and casts IF YOU WISH TO BECOME A MEMBER OF THE WATER SYSTEM AT THE .MINIMUM
radio and shadows changing the shade
I' 4 e.door eri,, radio heater. tmrtztrt of the color. TIE-IN FEE OF 25. YOU MUST SIGN WATER-USERS AGREEMENT AND MAIL'

To be sure how color will
look on the house many home YOUR CHECK TO THE' COMPANY BEFORE JULY I I. ,1965. THEREAFTER. THE

". '62 Oldsmobile $1495' owners select a pre-finished
1 ** i seer, radl.. l heater. sew. 1962 Chevrolet $1695, 5 Rl] siding like mineral fiber whichis TIE- IN' FEE SHALL BE 75.

maW end Ir.n.mtuloe, pow., .w.r- S paaMBfc* warm. radto. k.a available in a variety of
tar/ arnica
I I a and toman* traaamluloai colors and textures. This way

I they can compare flat-sur
faced and striated hushes before

Over 40 Years of Selling air Servicing The Finest they buy to get the appearance

Automobiles in the Big Bend Area. they want. PANACEA AREA WATER SYSTEM, INC.P. .

r e 0. BOX 235

-ALFORD- The St. Louis Browns moved PANACEA
their sprung training camp from FLORIDA 323f6rr
Waco. Texas, to St. Petersburgin
1914 and become the third
i it" major league to move to Flor

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