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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 24, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
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I VOLUMN 66 .NUMBER; 43 CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA I 132327 THURSDAY. JUNE 24. 1965 F"IC2 10 CENTS PER COPY ill

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AN EDITORIALTHIS CRAWFORD V I HEPERSONALS 4-H MEMBERS PANACEA GETS WATER f

ENJOY BENEFITS
WRITER FEELS THAT IT IS NECESSARY TO BRING INTO SYSTEM LOANA
FOCUS THE POSITION OF THE CRAWFORDVILLE ELE- Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Snodgrassand Gainesville It pays to stayin
MENTARY AND HIGH SCHOOL. daughter, Pam, from Cincinnati 4-H. $210,000 loan to a group of
and Mr. and Mrs. Her- In fact of 4 153 farmers and rural residentsIn
AS MOST OF THE READERS KNOW, HAROLD BLANTON membership to
WHO HAS SERVED FOR THE PAST NUMBER OF YEARS AS, shalCapshaw from McMinvillc, 10 years has paid off handsomely Wakulla County to develop a .
Tenn. and Mr. and Mrs. Bob-
PRINCIPAL OF THE SCHOOL HAS RESIGNED TO BECOME thousands of Head, Heart, domestic water system to serve
PRINCIPAL OF RICKARDS JUNIOR-SENIOR by Stevens from Nashville Hands and Health youth throughout the communities of Panacea and
HIGH SCHOOL IN
Tenn. left yesterday after a Ochlocknee has been
TALLAHASSEE. Florida, according Wood- Bay area
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred row Brown, State 4-H Club approved by the Farmers Home t
THE PROBLEM OF REPLACING BLANTON AT THE CRAW- Kei ght Icy. Leader. Administration, according to

FORDVILLE SCHOOL HAS BEEN DISCUSSED WITH VARIOUS The tangible benefits arc four- William Shaddick, the agen- r
Selena Smith and Eric Mathis
PERSONS OF THE WAKULLA COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM. IT fold, Brown says. Continuous cy's State Director.
IS AN attended a three-day training
EVIDENT FACT THAT FINDING A QUALIFIED PERSON membership affords learning The loan will enable the Pan-
TO FILL THIS course in Quincy last week,
POST WILL BE AN
EXACTING TASK. WE skills and methods Area Water Inc.
new oppor- acea System, ,
where work for three
HEAR FROM they will
THE STATE DEPARTMENT
OF EDUCATION THAT tunities for fellowship and com- to develop a domestic water sys-
THERE IS A weeks starting next Sunday. \
THOSE WHO WOULD SHORTAGE OF TEACHERS PARTICULARLY Eric will work as lifeguard and munity service, good chance for tem consisting of a deep well,
QUALIFY FOR THE PRINCIPALSHIP. IT
self-improvement and recogni- pumping station, 45,000 gallon
IS OUR HOPE THAT THE SCHOOL Se lena will work in the office as
BOARD AND THE SUPER- tion and awards. storage tank;, 150,000 gallon elevated -
INTENDENT WILL CAREFULLY PERSUE THIS PROBLEM WITH secretary. Through project work, boys tank; and approximately -
THE THOUGHT OF THE SCHOOL CHILDREN IN MIND, AS Wakulla County Cancer Society and girls between 10 and 19 18 miles of mainline. Ap-
THEY HAVE IN OTHER RECENT ISSUES. WE HOPE THAT will hold a recognition years of age learn how to grow proximately 30 people will be
THEY WILL NOT BE INFLUENCED BY POLITICAL OBSTRUCTIONS I make show in the construction of
AND meeting in the Florida Power things, things, employed
MISINFORMED BIAS OPINIONS. Lounge at 7:30 P. M.\ June 28, teach and sometimes even con- the water system; this will include -

IT IS OUR CONCERN THAT YOUR CHILDREN AND MINE 1965. The public is cordially sume the results of their labors. the attorney, engineers, v _
HAVE THE BEST POSSIBLE OPPORTUNITY FOR AN EDUCA- Invited.Mr. They also gain experience in well drillers, operators of _
TION UNHAMPERED buying selling and saving. trenching equipment, surveyors
BY HASTY JUDGEMENT IN AN AREA I
F. V. Peck and two child
SUPERVISORY POSITIONS. Bank accounts and college edu- and common laborers. When
ren, Michael and Debra, Iron cations built from 4-H projectsare completed the system will be

WE HOPE THAT THOSE WHO WILL MAKE THE DECISION Woodland Hills, California, arrived common, says (Brown. capable of delivering 230,000 m
FOR REPLACEMENT WILL NOT OVERLOOK ANYONE WHO Friday by plane to visit All of this docs not just hap- gallons per day.
MAKES APPLICATION INCLUDING ANYONE WHO IS AT PRE- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oliver, Sr. pen. The 4-H Club movement State Director Shaddick
SENT SERVING IN THE COUNTY SYSTEM.IT and other relatives. Mr. Peck is the result of more than a half- thc residents will be able: i to

IS OUR OPINION THAT THERE IS ONE OR POSSIBLY lithe son-in-law of the Olivers. century of planning, expanding, secure sanitary water in suffi-

MORE IN THE COUNTY WHO HAS THE DEDICATION, ABILI- Mr. and Mrs. Wooten Smith changing and evaluating the cient quantities for domestic: use
TY, EXPERIENCE EDUCATION program to meet the needs of and limited fire protection. Pre-
AND OTHER NECESSARY had guests fromQuincy and Tallahassee -
QUALIFICATIONS TO SERVE THE BOARD AND THE SCHOOL last Sunday.Mr. youth. The Florida Agricultural viously residents of the two areas !
TO A GOOD ADVANTAGE. WE HOPE THAT THOSE PARENTS Extension Service, a part of have had to depend on shallow
WHO HAVE AN INTEREST IN THEIR CHILDREN'S WELFARE and Mrs. Barry Glover and the University of Florida, cooperates wells and to haul water for

'WILL CONVEY THEIR WISHES OR OPINIONS TO MEMBERS OF children, Rodney and Angela, with Boards of County cooking and household use. Wa-
THE SCHOOL BOARD AND THE SUPERINTENDENT OR TC spent last week in Pensacola.Mr. Commissioners and the U. S. ter from the shallow wells is ofa

THIS NEWSPAPER, SO THAT THE INTEREST OF THE STU- Department of Agriculture in very poor quality and often J
and Mrs. Ott 4-H and activi contaminated.The .
DENTS IN THE CRAWFORDVILLE SCHOOL MAY STAY UPPER- Carraway many projects
and children Cecil Ott and ties. LIlA loan is to be paid over
MOST IN THE MINDS OF THOSE WHO WILL MAKE THE DE I .
CISION. Sheila, spenta few days in Pan- Business firms, organizationsand a period of 40 years with interest Representative Ernest
ama City. individuals provide funds in at 4-1/2%. The loan will the first ticket for the Panacea Roddenbeny Chamber, right of,, of Sopchoppy buys
support of Florida 4-H Club be made from funds appropriated set for Commerce Fish Fry
Mr. and Mrs. Rhett Taft, Saturday, July 3rd, from Phil Hansen, Chamber member.
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LOCAL work. They recognize that a by Congress.Mr. Proceeds
BOYS RECEIVE TOP to the
Panacea
LEUKAEMIA ON RISE Sheriff and Mrs. W. R. Taff, this go Volunteer Fire Department.
said
Shaddick making
community, county or.state can
HONORS AT 4-H CONGRESS IN FLORIDA left Tuesday morning for Sarasota be no better than its people. loan available is part of the United -

presenting Wakulla 4-H'ers where Sheriff Taft will attend 4-H Club work helps to developthe I States Department of Agri- ASHMORE LODGE NO. 102 NOTICE TO FARMERS,'

at 4-H Congress he Id at the University Deaths from the blood disease da Sheriffs.Mr. a conference. of the Flori- full potential 01 the individual culture's Rural Areas Development HOLDS FAMILY NIGHT/
of Florida last week was leukaemia are rising in Florida; Hence, by supporting 4- program and will improve The ASC office will be closed

Danny Miller, son of Mr. and but no one knows exactly what and Mrs. George Walker H Club work these friends of 4- living conditions in the Panacea Ashmore Lodge No. 102, F A fora period of two weeks starting -
r.1rs. Buck Miller of River Sink. has caused the increase. spent last weekend in Chipley H are investing in .',< future of and Ochlocknee Bay ..omsl'unl- C M, held annual family nightin Monday, June 28, through
DannywasWakulla County 4-H Dr. James Fulghum, director and Ft. Walton Beach. our country, Brown said. ties. This is the 13th Initial the Sopchoppy School Lunchroom Friday, July 9, 1965. RichardL.
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Public Speaking winner and Dis- of the State Board of Health'sDivision loan approved to develop comMunity on Tuesday night, June Cowdy, County Office Man-

trict III winner, which entitled of Chronic Diseases, Mr. and Mrs. George Creech, water systems In the 15th.A ager, will be away on military
him to the State finals. Danny said older persons and white Hank and Hal, and Mrs. Incr State of Florida for a total of very interesting talk on the leave. Mr. Cowdy said that
males are hardest hit. Least Walker left $1,821,000. fraternity's anyone that has an ACP Practice
placed5thrunnerup at the con- Tuesday for Char- obligation to our society -
test held during the week's Con- affected are persons in the 15- lotte, N. C. to spend this wee!. ANDERSON SUMMER Officers of the Association are was given by Mr. J. L. with an expiration date of June
gress Program 24-yeargroup and nonwhite fe- with Mrs. Walker's brother and 'I WEDDING Harry G. Smith, President and Mayton, past Master of Curfew 30, 1965, would be automatic-

John and Donald Taylor, sons males.It I family. Treasurer, Panacea; Joe Mack Lodge No. 73 of Carrabelle. ally extended until he returned,
of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Taylorof is generally a fatal disease I Mrs. Opal Anderson becamethe Smith, Vice President, Panacea Other members of Curfew the practice will not be can-
Crawfordville, participatedin usually characterized by a mark- Mrs. InezWalkerwentto Jack- bride of Edward Summer, ; and John Price, Secretary, Lodge attending were Mr. and celled due to the office being
the State 4-H Dairy Judging ed increase of white blood cellsin sonville last Friday to visit her Jr. double morning, June 20th, Panacea. Mrs. C. C. Munroe and Mr.-snd closed.
Finals. Donald placed Top the peripheral blood (circulating father who is sick. in a .e ring ceremony at Association loans are availableto Mrs. Percy Mock. Mr. Cowdy said that he wouldbe
blood as opposed to bloodin Mt. Elon Baptist Church. The Families of getting in touch with the
on a
Judge in the state with a total organizations operating Ashmore Lodge attending -
of 445 points, with John ranking3rd bones). Effects of the disease Mrs. Luther Tucker and Stan Rev. W. R. Flury officiated at nonprofit basis such as nonprofit were Mr. and Mrs farmers that he hasn't already

with 407 points. range from swelling of the left by plane Monday morning the ceremony. corporations, irrigation, water Frank Lawhon, Mr. R. P. Re- seen as soon as he returns from
Mr. C. W. Reaves, State Extension lymph glands to internal hem- for Honolulu, Hawaii, to visit Randy Anderson, son of the supply, or Soil Conservation vell, Mr. and Mrs. Durwood military leave, for measure-
Dairyman of Gaines- orhaging resulting in general Mr. and Mrs. Kit Tucker and bride, was soloist. Adronna Districts; grazing or recreation Vause, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vause, ment of allotment crops.
ville, will work with Donald weakness, Infection and pneu- family.Mr. Anderson, daughter the bride, associations. Small rural towns Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer H. Wha-

and John along with other monia. was at the piano. and other rural political subdivi- ley, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sim-
high Tanking Judges. At the The number of Ie ukae mla and Mrs. Chancy Shuster The bride is the daughter of sions are also eligible. Appli- mons, Mr. Cecil Henderson and
end of the training period, deaths has increased in Florida and two grandchildren have returned Mr. and Mrs. J. J. R. Langston cants must be unable to obtain Mr. and Mrs. Moody Pearce. The Florida Council for the
from 219 in 1955 to 436 in 1964. of Smith Creek. The bride- Blind
sometime in September, Mr. home after a tour of needed credit elsewhere. suggests you have a safe
Reaves will select the 4 best to The rate per 100,000 population South Florida. The Shusterswill groom is the son of Mrs. Elma The loan application was mad Fourth of July and a happier July -
represent Florida at the Nation has increased 27 per cent leave for their home in Summer and the late Clarence through the Farmers Home Ad. NOTICEAll fifth, by obeying the Florida
Judging Contest at Waterloo, from 6,0 to 7.6. The rising Ohio this weekend We Summer of Bristol. ministration office in Tallahassee Law. Remember, persons who
death trend also has been experienced are sor- Given in marriage by her son, purchase and merchants
Iowa. see them but will look Florida, under the jurisdiction Cards of Thanks for Loved who sell
by the nation. Flo- ryto go, Tony, the bride was lovely in apale of Donald S. County fireworks In Florida violate
County Agent L. D. Taylorand forward to their return in the Taylor, Ones or Friends published in the
blue silk suit with bluelace Law
a
rida'srise slightly greater than and are subject
to
Mrs. Taylor accompaniedthe Supervisor. The Wakulla County News- prosecution
delegation 4-H Congress. the national trend. fall.Mr. blouse. Her accessorieswere Fifty Cents in advance. .
Leukaemia deaths cluster in and Mrs. C. L. Rehwln- white, as was her corsage.

two distinct age groups, Dr. kel, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hudson Mrs. Reddick Langston, nieceof 1 I
Fulghum said. The first peak and two sons left Thursday for the bride, was her only at

WHITE FAMILY REUNIONThe occurs In the under-15 group the mountains In North Carolinafor tendant.
with 14 per cent of the total. a short vacation. Best man was Reddick Langs- ,

descendants of Wakulla The second peak is in the 65- ton.

White, who was born and lived 74 age group. Forty-eight per- Mrs. George Stafford is visit- After the ceremony the coupleleft
his lifetime in Wakulla County, cent of the deaths occur after ing her daughter and family in on a short wedding trip.
celebrated their second family 65. Port St. Joe. When they return they will reside i

reunion Saturday, June 19, Dr. Fulghum said chemotherapy at Bristol. i
Is the form of treatment Mrs. Jerry DeFend Is a patientIn The bridegroom is employedby
1965 at Otter Lake Panacea, i
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Florida. Wakulla White was most often administered to victims Tallahassee Memorial Hospi- Pineland Company of Florida ,

the father of six sons and three and that while none of tal. in Blountstown.

daughters sons, Thomas E. these "drugs"have cured the disease Butch E u ban k s son of Mrs.
Wakulla Columbus, William they have in some cases Virdie Eubanks, is tome{ on va-
Atlas, E. P. (Ped), John, and substantially increased the life cation.
Wright daughters, Florida Bar- span of the victim.: Radiation
WAKULLA COUNTYHORSEMAN'S
row, Nursle Sarvis and Bessie therapy and blood transfusionsare
Pigott. Each of these familieswas widely used for some formsof PANACEA FISH FRY ASSOCIATION i

represented by children, the disease. _
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SET FOR JULY
grandchildren and grea t-grand- He said that while there is no Horse enthusiasts of the county _

children, with the exception of specific treatment, prospectsfor Arrangements are being com- have gotten together and organ The 1965 Campus Revue at Six Flag Over Texas Is a musical spectacular entitled "Thank You,
the two younger sons, Wright discovering and perfecting a pleted for the annual 4th of July ized the Wakulla County Horseman's Mr. President'' which hal already been acclaimed a hit by viiitori to the famed tourist attraction
The located midway between Dallae and Fort Worth.
and John who deceased without cure through research increases Fish In Panacea Association. group
each Fry accordingto has elected Gilbert Gowdy Pre- A talented cast of 25 collegians from texas Oklahoma, Louisiana and Kansas present 'the ne
families. The only survivingson year. S. Panacea '
Schley, sident and John Taylor Secre play with old music written and fully-staged show three times nightly until Labor Day in th
is Ped who lives in Panama Chamber of Commerce Presi- $13,000,000 Park's unique conditioned Amphitheatre.

City, Florida. He is 82 years dent. tary. of the organization The Campus Revue production, the highlight of the summer season at Six Flags the past fou>
of age. The youngest memberof Schley said that advance sale The purpose years, has been attended by nearly 1,000,000 theatregoers."Thank .
this generation in attendancewas MEN IN SERVICE tickets for the event, scheduledfor is to give horse and lovers a You, Mr. President! is an added summer attraction with no additional cost to the guest

the seven-week old son of Coldsboro, N. C. Ronnit Saturday, July 3rd, have chance another to get together means of whole-provide SIX FLAGS SUMMER "Thank You, Mr. President! run showman of the Southwen

Thomas E. Linton, Jr. of Cray, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. been moving very good and the MUSICAL ACCLAIMED HIT through Labor Day. Charles Meeker, Jr., wrote
Florida. all some recreation.The The Six Flags Over Texas I Reviewing the show for the
Chlpley. Participatingwere F. 1 day affair looks like a huge produced and directed
: of Rt.
Cray Crawford- is now planning a
123 persons, among whom success. group 1965 Campus Revue musical Dallas Morning News, columnist In association with veBi :k
vine, Fla., has been promotedto horse frolics program for the entitled "Tlmnk You, Fairfax Nisbet reported "all
were first sousing of the older This years proceeds will be spectacular 25 bum and Stanley MCJ'vaine! :
Airman Second Class in the Watch for date and Mr. President!" has already (cast members loaded
generation namely, Sallie given to the Panacea VolunteerFire near future. received ) with that "Thank You :Mr. President'
Durance Beulah Durance U. S. Air Force at Seymour that time in your Wakulla News. a roaring series of salutes marvelous quality, youth, .plus Is centered around a .mythic
Whaley Department so added
and Johnson AFB, N. C. A U horse enthusiasts are invit- from newspaper critics and theatre good looks and talent. and per. Texas school named Gilchnsr
Taylor Whaley., Johnnie Airman Cray is a supply inventory equipment The Panacea may Chamber be obtained.which ed and encouraged to join. -goen attending the popular forming; like seasoned veterans. University where a show is being
Rainey musical show. Tony Slaughter In
specialist in a unit that summer the Fort prepared i
Before the dinner hour, there supports the Tactical Air Com- for the past few years has bade "Thank You, Mr. President! Worth Star'Telegram: "fast honor of bltatho-timu '
was a devotional by Carlton mand mission of providing fire- Fish Fry on July 4, is continu- is the fourth In an annual series moving hit with the cast receiv. alumnus, the President of th.
Tucker of Crawfordville. power and other air to ing to serve the famous Lisa NOTICED of summer musical Campus Re- ing a standing ovation and seven United States. .
U. S. Army forces. support ( mullet) and hush puppies vue spectaculars that were inaugurated curtain calls. George Hawkes The cast was selected from
The airman those who visit the coastal area in 1962 at the famed in the Arlington Journal: "the group of more than 1.200 collegians
is a graduate of during the holiday weekend. II d 11 n e for News Copy Is tourist attraction located mid- 60-minute production brims over who auditioned for part
NOTICE Sopchoppy High School.. President Schley said that his, 9:30 A.M. on Tuesdays. Due way between Dallas and Fort with a variety of talent" earlier this Spring when Sr
committee Is w ID din the to production costs, it has become Worth. This year's cast of 25 The show, as are all the 75 flags talent scouts toured tol!
The Panacea Woman's Club SUBSCRIBE final details and plan g to up have necessary enforce news collegians from Texas, Okla- rides, and attractions at Six leg. campuses in the Southwestern .
will not serve their regular din- In deadline homa, Louisiana, and Kansas Flags is free for viz'tors.! being and Midwestern states.
everything readiness to take copy The
ner Saturday night, July 3, due TOTHE care of the expected large Please help ui to give you a stagethe show three times included In the or. admission Revue entertaining Campus
productions have been
to the nightly days week In the price paid
Chamber of CommerceFish better seven a upon entering the 115-
crowds on Sa t ur day, Jury 3, J paper. Park's unique air-conditioned acre Park. witnessed by nearly 1,000,000
Fry. starting at lliOO A.M. Editor theatre-goers daring the past'
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WAXULLA COUNTY NEWS
2 LEGAL NOTICES

THURSDAY, JUNE 17. 1985 fication will be permitted afterthe
I In the Circuit Court of the Second LEGAL NOTICESIn ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS hour designated for closingthe

Judicial Circuit of Flo the Court of the County bids.
rida, In and For Wakulla Judge, Wakulla County, Flo- 1. Sealed bids will be received 13. For purposes of clarif',ca

County. In Chancery. rida. In Probate.N by the Panacea Area Water tion, the Owner will appoint
WAKULLA No. 1337. REt Estate of System, Inc. for performingthe qualified engineer to act as Its

Huey L. Galloway, DOCK W. SIMMONS, work as set forth in the sole designated agent with full
COUNTY NEWS Plaintiff, Deceased.To Plans, Specifications and Maps, authority to interpret Specifications
on or before 2:00 P. M o'clock, construction, a
DIVORCE
vi. to supervise
All ,
Creditors and Persons
Telephone WAlnut '-130lViririnii Rose B. EST, July 16, 1965, in the con- and to prosecute the work in accordance -
Galloway
Having Claims Demands
County
ference room of the Leon the Specifications.
with
Defendant. Against Said Estate Agriculture Center, 615 Paul The Contractor in signing s
if NOTICE TO ANSWER You and each of you are hereby Russell Road, Tallahassee, Flo- the Contract recognizes and

notified and required to pre- rida, at which time said bid relationship.
Krkhtltr Editor THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO accepts this
Rose B. Galloway, 8030 Long sent any claims and demands will be publicly opened and 14. For further clarification,
Point, Hoiiton, Texas. 77055. [which you, or either of you, read. It should be understood that the
Fred KlRhtly Publisher may have against the estate of 2. Copies of the Documents, work to be done is being financed The Florida
You are hereby notified that a Dock W. Simmons deceased and Council tor the
including Drawings Speci- in by means
whole or part
Entered at Crawfordvill. Florida suit for divorce has been brought late of said County to the fications may be obtained by in from the Farmers i" V State Agency want

ni second elui matter Subwrlplion against you by Huey L. Gallo County Judge of Wakulla Coun- depositing Forty ($40.00)) Dollars of Home a loan Administration, United A Marine holds a sleeping which can are be relied no safety rule
way, in the Circuit Court of ty, Florida, at his office in the for each set of Documents of Agricul baby while American citi- upon for
I r,U $3,00 per year Wakulla County, Florida, and court house of said County at with Palmer Engineering Company States For Department this reason the'Farmers ien await the Marine helicopters protection from fireworks in- ,
you are hereby required to file Crawfordville, Florida, withinSix P. O. Box 3163, Phone ture. Administration will that will take them juries. Do not buy or use fire-
Home
with the Clerk of the Circuit calendar months from the 224-4510, Tallahassee, Florida work closely with the Engineer from the atnfe-torn Dominican works. View public display
i Court of said county your writ- time of the first publication of for each set of documents retained by the Owner during Republic to the only.
REAL' ESTATE ten defenses, if any, in said this notice. Two copies of each so obtained. Each bona fide construction. The Farmers ous assault hip amPhibl'j
suit and to serve a copy of same claim or demand shall be In bidder may obtain two ((2)) sets Home Administration, there-
I on A. L. Porter, Crawfordville, writing and shall state the of Document. Twenty($20.00)) approval of
Homes AcreageWaterfront Florida, attorney for plaintiff, place of residence and post office Dollars of the deposit for each all fore,monthly will require and final payment I I I----- Chilled. and all/ dressed up- ---__I I

lots on or before the 12th day of July address of the claimant, set of Documents will be refunded and of all change orders -
A. D. 1965. Herein fail not and shall be sworn to by the to each bona fide bidder upon estimates before is made Apple-Rice Tower
payment
HENRY WtUIAMS or a decree pro confesso will be claimant, his agent, or attor return of Plans and Specifications from the loan funds. The Con-
REALTY BROKER entered against you. ney and accompanied by a filing and other Documents In the Contract
tractor In signing
j 741 P. O. BOX 275St. WITNESS the Honorable W. fee of one dollar and such the same condition and order in and this re-
Phone. Marks, FloridaIf May Walker, one of the judgesof claim or demand not so filed which they were issued, within recognizes accepts
said court and the seal thereof shall be void. ten ((10) days after bids areopened. lationship. of r ;
'I 15. quanti-
at Crawfordville, Wakulla Computation \
Ill Nolle Burge the basis for ,
ties that will be
County, Florida, this 8th day of i Alexecutorof the Last Will .All bids must be submittedon estimates,both monthly -
June, A. D. 1965. the blank forms of proposal payment
and Testament of Dock W. and final, will be made by
/Moody Pearce furnished for that with
Simmons, deceased. purpose
the Engineer. All payment es-
You Need. I Clerk Circuit Court 41-6/17.24.7/1.8.- each set of Plans and Specifications timateswillbechecked and approved -

Wakulla County, FloridaA. in one ((1)) certified copy by the Farmers Home
OfficeSuppliesHusinesg L. PorterCrawfordville and two ((2)) conforming copies, Administration Engineer before
Machines Florida, In The Circuit Court of The and shall give the price of each
Office Furniture Attorney for Plaintiff. Second Judicial: Circuit Flo- item of the proposed work i in payment.

Sewer Call (SEAL)) rida, In and For Wakulla figures and shall give the Grand PANACEA AREA WATER
4t-6/10.17.24,7/1. County. In Chancery.No. Total in words and figures SYSTEM, INC.PANACEA .
RANEY WHALEYat 1338. FLORIDA
4. Each bid must be accompanied -
Floyd Wayne! WILLIAMS, by a certified check orbidder's III Harry C. Smith, PresidentP.
.
In the Court of the CountJudge Plaintiff, bond made payable to 0. Box 235
CAPITAL OFFICE. Wakulla County, Flo vs. DIVORCE the Owner in the amount of five Panacea, Florida.

EQUIPMENT CO. I rida. In Probate.IN Orphla WILLIAMS, ((5)) percent of the total amount 6/24.7/1.

319 South Adams St. RE Estate of Defendant. of the bid. As soon as the bid > tsar.
11.
priceshavebeen compared, the et
Corner E.PenaacolaTALLAHASSEE M. A. RUDD, ORDER OF PUBLICATION
FLORIDA Deceased.TO Owner will return the check or REGISTRATION OF
I STATE OF FLORIDA TOi bond of all except the three ((3)) FICTITIOIS NAVIES Looks faiuv; but is actually simple It's firmed in molds of
All Creditors and Persons Orphla Williams, lowest responsible bidders. different sues Turn them out, one on top of the other ,
.. Having Claims or Demands Route No. 2, When the contract is awarded, We the undersigned, being du- and theies vour tower Then decorate with a meringue or it
-- -- -- Against Said Estate! Ramseur, N. C. the check or bond of the two ((2)) ly sworn, do hereby declare under whip 01 whipped (cream, with strawberries or other fruit.
LHON SEPTIC TANK' You and each of you are here- remaining unsuccessful bidders oath that the names of all Easy! Also it tastes good.
notified and to You are hereby notified that a I Blended through the nee is tangy canned apple ,
SERVICE by required pre- complaint for divorce has been will be returned. The check or persons Interested in the busi crushed sauce
and
pineapple crated lemon rind, with
and demands and
claims nutmeg
sent any the bond nessorprofession carried on under -
of
filed the successful bid-
against in the Circuit fur
you cinnamon gentle spicincss The color
Clean (Out( which you, or either of you, Court of Wakulla County, Florida ders will be retained until the the name of Culf Specimen a rich >ellow-cicam, too is delicious
the of
may have against estate in Chancery. You are contract and surety bonds have Company at Panacea, Florida, The handsome Tower is suggested for a summer
.Repair M. A. Rudd, deceased, late of hereby required to file (person- been executed and approved, (P. O. Box 237)), and the extent buffet 01, as a gay wind-up for family supper, party
New Installation said County to the County after which it will be returned. ofthe interest of each is as fol-
ally or by with
the
11! The Judge of Wakulla County, Florida attorney) lows 94 cup sugar 2 cups canned apple sauc
Best ;
For 5. A
Less
Clerk of said Court, and send a performance and pay- 1 envelope unflavored Dash nit
his office in the court
at Name Rudloe.
Jack j.
copy of the same to the attor- mentbond in the amount of one gelatin '
4 teaspoon nutmeg
house of said County at Craw- hundred Extent of Interest 100%. 1
((100)) percent of the drained crushed
TelephoneTallahassee fordville Florida within six neyforthe plaintiff, your written a cup !4 teaspoon cinnamon
877-1773 defenses, if any, to the contract price, with a corporate Ill Jack J. Rudloe pineapple 1 teaspoon vanilla
from the time
calendar months
complaint in said surety approved by the Owner 2 tablespoons grated lemon 3 eggs. separated
after 6-00 cause, on or I
: of this State of Florida
pm of the first publication rind
!
before July 26. 1965. Herein and the Farmers Home Admin- 'i teaspoon cream of tartar
notice. Two copies of each failnot istration, will be required for County of Wakulla 2 cups milk Strawberries (optional)
judgment default
,
by
claim or demand shall be ir will be entered the faithful performance of the Sworn to and subscribed before 2 cups cooked rice

Dees Barber ShopFOUR writing and shall state thi WITNESS my against hand and you.the contract, and the bidder shall me this 23rd day of April, A.D. Thoroughly mix '2 cup sugar and unflavored gelatin: In a

place of residence and post of seal of said Court at Crawford state in the proposal the name 1965.Ill saucepan combine pineapple lemon und and milk; stir IIIsugna'
fice address of the claimant ville. Wakulla and address of the surety or sure- A. L. Porter mixtuic and start cookinovel'/ low heat Add rice and
POINTS and shall be sworn to by th this 23rd!: day of County,1965.Florida, ties who will sign his bond in Notary Public, State of Florida apple same md mix veil; continue cooking until mixture
June
claimant, his agent, or attorney case the contract is awarded to at Large. My Commission begins to bubble and is very hot Beat salt, spices and vanilla
and accompanied by t /Moody Pearce him. expires Nov. 20, into egg/ yolks; stir. 11 little of the hot mixture into yolks
BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 filing fee of one dollar and Iud] Clerk of Circuit Court 6. The 1968. then add >olks to mixture in saucepan and blend well Cook
claim or demand not so file Wakulla County, Florida party to whom the (SEAL) und stir over low heat until mixture begins to thicken, about
OPEN TIL shall be void. (SEAL) contract Is awarded will be required 6/24. 5 minutes i Pour into a insert: 2-quail; mold, or divide between I
8:00 P. M. FRIDAYS Ill Norma RuddAsAdministrator J. H. HudsonP. forthwith to execute the 2 01 3 molds of dilTuent sixes, Chill several hours oi over ,
of the Estate O. Box 66CrawfordvUle contract and a performance and night. :Mixture will be firm enough to u.imold and hold shape, I
Florida payment bond on the forms Search for wisdom in your but still have a custaid.like texture and appearance Before I
GRADY WIITFIELD of M. A. Rudd, de- Attorney for Plaintiff., which are attached hereto, all life, but never forget that understanding serving, beat egg whites with cream of tartar and remaining I
ceased. 4t-6/24. 7/1.8.15. within ten ((10)) days from the i 114 the basic ingredient ;''i cup sugar to make: a menngue Garnish, mold with mer
HAROLD I
BUES-GRW MATHER! 4t-6/l7.24. 7/1.8._ date when the written notice of of wisdom T. Mark rogue and whole ttrawbei rics. Makes 6-8 servings,
the award of the Note: Other fruits and berries !
contract be used
DEE is may in place of the
TOOK Owner Lewis lien rico (Va) Herald
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There is enough leisure time mailed to the successful bidderat pineapple and stiawbcrries-ftesh ripe peaches are delicious, '
IE CUE SIM GREEN STMPS the address Even the most menial of us me crushed raspberries. Other garnishes favorite '
When a pessimist thinks he't for everybody, but the heck of given by him. your 'I
r In case of his failure to do callings: can be greatly en- Whip, or whipped cream,
taking a chance, the optimist it is, the wrong people seem to so, j
feels he is grasping an opportunity have most of it. John Waver- the Owner may at his option t I jI i

GLARE'SSHOP Charles Cunningham ick. Cherryvale (Kan.) Repub. consider bandoned that the contract the bidder, in has which a- ----- I

The Natchitoches ( La) Times, lican. casethe certified check or bid- II

der's bond accompanying the I Ii I
proposal shall become the I
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& R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME 7. of The the Owner Owner.reserves the -fl.ua&o/I I

EARLY AMERICAN Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director to right accept to reject any bid.any or all bids 01 \ NO JOB TOO :

, PKENUI PRpVlVdALVIC10RIAV Phone S. Before the award of the I
697-3366
II
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r contract, any bidder may be required I
FURNITURE: to furnish evidence satisfactory URGE OR
CARRABELLE, FLA. to the Owner and to the .

Phone 385-1222 "21 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" Farmers Home Administrationof TOO SMAlif ,
1901 N. Monroe St. the necessary facilities, abi- ,

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA SERVING/ (MKVIM COUNTY lity, and pecuniary eouuce.s I
! fulfill the condition! i the Sal

.. contract. q
9. Bidders must satisfy them PROFESSIONAL

selves, by personal examinationof
the location of the proposec
Tallahassee Biuinem Firm
work by examination of th PRESSWORK -
Plans, Specifications and Maps
and by such other means as the

DIRECTORYPatornlM may prefer, as to the actua PRACTICAL
: conditions and the requirementof : '
work and the accuracy oi .1? :r
the estimate of the
quantitiesof PRIGS
These AdvcrtlMrt .
work to be done, and shall
not, at any time after the submission I
t of a bid, dispute or
I complain of such estimate, nor
F R M
assert that there o
mis-
Little Folks were any !
car Store O. I. GRAMLING understandings in regard to the

FEEDSFlint I II "The Capital's Int. done.nature or amount of work to be Call Us For Fast I

Majors for Minon" & CO.
Cllildr,,.' 10. The
Furniture 'I'/I'VI. Constructio Contractand Il
Gamti Hobkut Out-Stop Service! for the Detailed Specifications l
jY I River Mills 133 N Monroe Baby Aoce..or St. Ph.222-1141. FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry contain the provisions requiredby Layouts and Estimates!
i 1&011 S. Mann J>h. I23.M74Ltgkt the Owner and the Farmers
Supplies Home Administration pertaining /

Garden ToolsSo. to the construction of the pro- i iI
ject. No information obtained iI I
Adani at S.A.L.R.R. from officer
any agent or em

, Baker-Alford"'I'M Park Ho.u.-Co. Phone CroMlac 223-0173 matters ployeeoftheOwner shall In any on way any affect such Offset t and letterpress I!

the risk or obligation assumedby

Wttfkt tad Regular or Anything tractor.for Mao your for your auto pow truck the Contractor relieve him Copy and [Design

Conerttt Blotkt( : ; 1 lawnmower boat and 1 much for your from fulfilling any of the conditions ExpertsWe
of the Contract.
Hanson, Wood and 208 N Adam. St. Ph, 22W380. 11. Proposals which are incomplete -

floe Ind.; Inc.S. unbalanced, condi-
Adam St. at 4.Point Capital! Stone Co tional, or obscure orwMcb

1 Tel. 222-6840 P. O. BOil sal Since 1908 contain conditions not called pride ourselves in turningout
for, erasures, alterations, or irregularities -
MARBLE GRANITE of any kind, or quality'work and in meeting .
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which do
with the
, not comply all
\. MEMORIALSC Notice and Instructions to Bidders deadlines. See us for your

4 Yeagw' u<.ry W rll,.' AU JVjw 'tion,of may the be Owners.rejected at the op- next printing order!

608 W. Gains St -T.L 223-0711 12. A bidder may withdrawany a
Inc. Walter F. Buchan, Mgr
proposal he has submitted at
any time prior to the hour let
tlnnra.nn sad Bond forth. closing of

(148. Adams St-T.l. 222-4680 r the request for withal Is
signed in a manner Identical
I with the proposal being withdrawn [ fOR All YOUR PRINTING NEEDS CALL
No withdraw a I or modi-

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The Florida Council for the I I Ihr.lc tiu. warning from r THURSDAT, JCNK 2f, 1>65 I
Blind, you State Agency is I the Florida Council for the
appealing to every citizen in Blind. Individuals purchase
\ i Honda to cooperate in preventing and merchants who sell fireworks -
I Costs Seenin
: blindness or eye injury in Florida are in violation [Higher
p caused by fireworks. Do not I of the law. Have a safe
buy.or use fireworks take the Fourth of July' Obey the Law, I'

I family to public displays. your State \ "ncy asks. Johnson LaborRecommendations



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MAKE r' j Commenting on President Johnson's Labor Message-XV. P. J Ji

i Gulland"r, president of the National Association of }IanufacI -
| turn !s, made the following statement.

I "The Pre+ident's recommendations all seem to add up to higher
costs and thu put America at a disadvantage in world markets.At .
YOUR a time when American industry is making every effort to co-

operate with the President in trying to solve the U.S. Balance of !

eK. K Payments problem, higher costs unquestionably make the task 1
of meeting competition from abroad more difficult. i
Katner tnan increase em- 4 !"

HOME BIGGER BETTER! ployment opportunity in the and responsibility at the bar- j

U.S., the President's double gaining table."Federal J I
time for overtime and wage standards on Un
I proposals would make it more employment Compensation do

The time is now, before summer, to make your home on better difficult for the U.S. economyto not take into consideration sub-
even create the jobs needed to stantial economic differences

place to live. With a little aid, from in provide increasing employ among the 50 states. The proposed
us the form of a loan, you'll be -.. ,. -it ment. standards are therefore
.
'
"Specifically a higher minimum unrealistic. The proposals for
surprised how handsome your home be .. r1.. :
can made.
would increase
wage rate further extension and increaseof
BEER AND BARBECUE literally Summertime, U&A.
spell the unemployment problem for unemployment compensation -
and for superior food, try a little beer seasoning, too. the young, the handicapped, run contrary to the na

COLE SlAW CAN HAVE CHARACTERCrisp and those who have not yet developed tional effort to upgrade our
the skills nor had the citizens' skills and to developthe

We suggest you toke the and crunchy sweet and tangy that', what cole slaw experience that command worker mobility which is
I II following steps if you wish to im should be. A perfect slaw might well be the pride of all your summer higher wages. so essential to our growing and
I barbecue meals. It doubles as a salad, combines with the "Section 14 (b ) of the Taft- changing economy. The Presi-
prove your home. First check your home for all repairs or most popular grilled foods, has a special appeal to heat-wesry Hartley Act should remain in dent's proposals compound the
appetites. the statute This Section permits tendency to store our unem-

alterations that you wish to make. Second, compile a com- t There are but two tiny tricks to achieve an enviable cole slaw. the states to protect employees ployed in idleness rather thanto
One is to slice the cabbage into shreds with a sharp knife rather from being forced into encourage them to seek the

plete estimate including material and labor And lost than a grater, which bruises the leaves. Toss the cabbage and labor unions against their will. higher skills which would restore -
costs.
other vegetables together in a plastic bag and store in the re Thus it is an important factorin them to useful employ-
frigerator to keep crisp. helping to maintain balance ment."
come to the bank with
your information and apply for your Just before serving, add the dressing and shake or toss to coat
all the pieces. The second trick is in the dressing. Try this creamy
home improvement loan. Our loan costs are reasonable blend of mayonnaise and sour cream highlighted with a touch of Partners In ProsperityOver
beer and wait for the raves. The half-cup of beer, of course, is
And you can repay monthly from income and fake readily at hand because 'what barbecue is ever complete without a period of many years Americans have come to be
as long as plenty of cold, sparkling amber brew to whet the appetite and regarded as the world's foremost joiners. The reputation is
slake the thirst? well deserved. We join youth clubs, bridge clubs, civic clubs,
36
months to pay. Start improving you' home today a CRUNCHY COLE SLAW social clubs,athletic clubs and a host of others by the hundreds
of thousands
1 head green cabbage, cored and /2 cup mayonnaise I
"The proliferation of organizations devoted to everythingfrom
shredded Vz cup sour cream archery to zoology probably a very good thing. one
I 1 green pepper, seeded and chopped2 cup beer I
social commentator has remarked. "These clubs serve to satIsfy
2 carrots scraped and coarsely Vj teaspoon celery seed both our wide variety of interests and our fondness for

LEWIS STATE BANKFlorida's 4 scallions shredded, sliced /i Salt teaspoon and pepper sugar group Under activities.the circumstances, it's little wonder that America's

Toss cabbage with green pepper, carrots and scallions; keep club-oriented society has seen a remarkable growth in invest-
chilled. Blend mayonnaise with sour cream, beer, celery seed, ment clubs. On the basis of recent estimates, there are now
sugar and salt and pepper; chill. Just before serving pour dressingover some 40,000 such clubs with a total membership of half a
cole slaw and toss until well blended. Yield: 6 servings. million men and women throughout the nation.
OldestMember I For anyone not familiar with these do-it-yourself groups, I
I investment clubs consist of a number of friends, neighbors or
Federal Deposit ,Insurance Corporation TIyE business associates. With the help of a broker they learn the
I ABC' of stock ownership by actually investing small turns-
I usually $5 or $10 apiece-on a group basis. I
FLORIDA K STATE According to the New York Stock Exchange, most clubs
start with nothing more than the desire to put those small '
:1 I extra funds to work in an enjoyable and enterprising way.
: \ The members explore annual reports, financial statements and
Now Showing other market literature before reaching a decision. The clubs '
r ; choose congenial members, generally not more than 15, including -
JI thru if possible, people with legal and bookkeeping experience. 'I
IUI\&t& Today Saturday Plainly, these fledgling tycoons don't expect any miracles.
Nat Showing Cliff Robertson In time club investments may well increase in value. But the
important thing is that members are acquiring market
/ : / Jane Fonda Red Buttons "savvy," perhaps a few dividend checks and a congenial evening -
together once a month. After: all, what more do friendly
Lee Marvin "UP FROM THEBEACH" American joiners want? RGB
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-2 # NOWCAR j02 I YOUR LO"IG AND GOLDEN SUMMER

f by Margie Blake, Carnation Teen Committee
EVERY REDUCED J Today, Fri. 6 Sat. Abolish
; I ?da\ thr! Sat summer vacation
4 Have school all year around -c.
WE MUST MAKE ROOM "MASTER SPY""vttIRULR I Not thank goodness, tiusummer' rot
,\ I J HE GALLOP" Which means that v I
and"GOODBYE you have nearly three monthsto ..Kr
amiGlenn be master of your fate,
FOR OUR 1965 TRADES CHARLIE" more or less You can rest up,
,
ford save up. shape up-you'll
and hardly know yourself!
a Henry Fonda If your parents approve, I
"7 FACES OF DR. LAO" you might try for a job away
NENHOTlld "THE ROUNDERS" from home-be a camp coun- r i
selor, work at a resort or a
I national park. You can get I
information about how to apply -
I from your school coun
I I or or from the local employment mers to come-also winters,
I office-which incidentally I springs and falls. Learn to
0 might just be bursting type-get a how-to book anda
IK
I with suggestions for your kitchen timer (for speed :
summer fun and tests) and uncover the
I portable
0 LOT NO. 1 LOT NO. 2j When you're Interviewed Or learn to sew-buy a :
I for a job, don't waste energy pattern, a couple of
j 227 N ADAMS 1411 S. MONEOE ST, being nervous. The inter- yams of cloth and trim, and j
K viewer knows you don't havea i sew yourself a beach dress.
In Florida Ph D. degree or a decade of Do learn to cook-an art
1961 International experience. He wants to know I that will take you far. You
.: 1961 Chevrolet $1095 lbeer's that you are dependable, conscientious I might start with weekday
Belilr 4 door VS. radio heater $7<15 after golf and eager to do lunches and work up to I
:ftMrinV: .o tttn"ni"lm power grout with 4 who. l drlv what you can do. 'full days' menus. Send to the
J If you write a letter of application address below a of
the one. .. be brief and to the "Right Eating fOke pcsop\-
point. Tell what job you Swingin' tor a good start
1961 Fiat 5 beater $795 1962 VW $119, for good taste would like. State your age, Here's a recipe for a cooking
Roadster: radio and 4 In Sunroof with redlo..n4. l ltht he.t.e your class in school, and what stand-by, just one lesson the
floor subjects you have completed. book will teach you velvet-
good fun If you have any special ac- bed evaporated milk is the
complishments-music! crafts !key to Lump-free Cream
1961 Chevrolet $995 a uie-saving acJee-or: work bauce. Melt .1 tablespoon
I 4 ton pick. .up. < cylinder 1959 Chevrolet I S495 experience,:;ihgi Give two butter in a saucepan. Add 1
I dnnr Vi radio, heater and references, a teacher tablespoon flour and H tea-
Hunt II"l wr .hllt, and a friend of the family spoon salt. Stir until smooth.
and do kl their i permission! Slowly add 1 cup undiluted
: 1961 VW , $595 aj Check the letter for spelling I Carnation Evaporated Milk.
Pick truck. and neatness-and get it off Cook over low heat until
up 1962 Chevrolet. $1695 right away' thickened and smooth, about
j If you're too young to rangeso I 10 minutes, stirring constantly -
I pi"nc warnn." radio. 1M ttr 1 -rAfter far, for jobs near home.
and automail tran.mli..lo.. try
1964 Chevelle $2095 pets to be fed a Basic as a sheath dress,
: i r'Jnrt:
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4 door, radio, heater, .....rdrtv.I c _... Ve watered for \.- I I cream sauce goes anywhere.
eyl.I cationmg neighbors; there aremothers For instance, for Cheese-
of young children I Pimiento Sauce, add ft cup
1964 Corvair who would like a few hours grated process Anferican
L -j j liard'placed 18 holes, it's good to off while you babysit It cheese when sauce starts to

I 1 '62 Oldsmobile. $1495 Cen Monza( 4 speed. k.neml.dea. $1795, / Nrt/ settle down on a soft chair in the clubhouse might' tutor a good a child student in his, most you melts thicken.and Stir sauce until is thickened.cheese

I I M miUa 4 door trinimlMlofl calla. ,h pews a .r. atotr-auto. radio and Malar. JL and add up the score with friends. troublesome subject. Add 2 tablespoons chopped
You can give some of pimiento. Serve cooked
over
InS tad brikti. your
What better time for the drink that. stores with time: for good works-good cauliflower or broccoli

I I Finest almost e\er\ golfer-cool, thirst-quenching beer? for yourself as well as the You're creative enough to
The
Over
II 40 Years of Selling & Servicing 4a community. Recreation programs think of a dozen variations
I Automobile! in the Big Bend Are*. Yes, beer's great to relax with, great for refreshment day camps church yourself!
schools _rid hospitals need The Carnation Teen Committee
for So wh'ateter
II rI tast
great your sport you. You'll meet nice people; made up of teens In
I Inciting or IJ.nebaIJ-s"'imming or tennis-relax you might even get sorecareer schools across the country,
ideas.If make suggestions for this
-ALFORD- afterwards with the zestful taste of beer
none of this will work column. If you have an Idea
for you because of family or want a Teen Party Idea
I UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. @ plans and such you stii! have Booklet, write to CTC. 777
t. 0 SOX 271. WINTI PARK FIOMIM time to learn something that Third Avenue New York,
CHEVROLET COMPANY will help along in sum- N.Y.10017.
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4 WAKl'U.A' COUNTY NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rodden-

THURSDAY JUNE 2.. 1985 Planning Details :SOPCHOPPY NEWS berry left Wednesday to anent I __ Safeguard Lanterns r

----. the State Rural Carriers Convention Lamps and Japanese
BY Louise C. SappMr. lanterns
Insures Happier held in Orlando. lighten lummer'i all wire, with a special reinforcement
night
but don't
and Mrs. Terry Land and let this lumination on those places joining plugs. I
Vacation sons, Tracyand Darrell, return Six Sopchoppy FFA members fire. LePage'i offers this explode into a Don't wait for a rain norm to show ,
DrivingWhere home Friday in Panama City and their advisor, Robert Green Apply precaution you that your wiring ii frayed. That f
plastic electrical
r fter visiting his mother, Mrs. er, retumedSumdayfrotna week tape around will be too late. Ii
U your family vacationing other relatives In Beach, where they IiI
this summed Somewhere" L. C. Sapp, and Daytona -
NOTICESPECIALS new been? Your favorite lake you? ve A and friends. They visited Mr. attended the 1965 State FFA Precious Bath daily bath if routine to most Americana. I
cabin in the mountains? A special and Mrs. Larry White and daugh- Convention. Everyone had a The modern family also
FRI, SAT, MON. AND ..... retort> ter, Larry, in Crystal Beach, good time on the beach, as wellas In 16th century England, soap Joys special protection for beauty en-

Wherever your plans tike you, along with relatives In Mayo and enjoying the sessions at the was ao precious that Queen Elizabeth and health through the use of mild
probably will travel by ran Live Oak, and spent some time convention. The convention is took a bath only once a month, effective deodorant soap with AT-7
Km are fume hints foe a pleasant sightseeing at Webb City in St. a great Inspiration to come back Ann Whitfield, beauty consultant which fights bacteria earning odor
Fresh GRADE A Iript Petersburg and other parts of and try harder to win the various I for Dial soap, report Today, the and skin ditorden.
If ymi'rt Jrivine somewhere your South Florida. awards which are given on an -
family bas: never been before: readin individual, as well as chapter, I
FRYERS29C I advance about phce: of interest Mrs. Delma Roberts was ad- basis each year. Our chapter ,Vot* You See ll Pinch-Hit Press Cloth
along she route. You'll) find thin mittedtothe Tallahassee Mem- received a Superior rating for I A paint which changes color
nukes your trip seem shorter and orial Hospital Sunday afternoonand this year. The delegates at- I with changes of temperature Versatile paper towels nude emergency .
MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE 1 more pleasant because it give underwent surgery on Mon- tending this year's convention has been developed for the U.S pressing cloths, at hone or
look
ymmgjters something. to forward day. Wish her a speedy recov- were Wayne Lawhon, David space program. It may also be on vacation Place lint-free Kleenex
. 1 lb. can /9c Learn to a* you IraYl'about King, Ronald Crum, Donnir useful on rooftops to help heat paper towels over skirt or dress
something devliu.ition
and cool
your buildings. sprinkle with sndrrrSl
ery.Mr. water
Crum, Bob Crowson and Rowland lightly
u before you go, too. You'llhave and Mrs. L. C. Sapp en ca avoid "iron thine."
a better idea of what you wantto joyed a lovely trip to Quitman, Brown. I
SMOKED lb. 65'c gee and won't waste' precioui.icntHin
Country SAUSAGE you
\. time deciding "what to Ca. Sunday, where they visit-
tlo next." ed L. Mrs.Folsjw.Sapp's They sister attended, Mrs. L. I Forty Hours To FreedomWhen I I
handy. You'llenjoy
Keep your camera
SIRLOIN STEAK lb. 69c church services at the WelcomeHill I
looking at your own record of I
tour family vacation. Church of Christ. I the need came to the Wood County's tired crewa asked the corpsman to do
Keep tissues Handy in he car evacuate American citizens chance at a little rest. something; for it. Not know-
fur quick clean-ups, sticky fingers Mrs. Carrie Ashmore has been from the revolution-torn Crewfnembers spent 28 continuous ing what else to do, he fed
I Spring Farm Evap. MILK, 3 for 39c I fogged glasses, dirty windshields. released from the Tallahassee Dominican Republic the hours at their battle it the same pills he had given
.an.1 hay fever sniffles. Attach a Memorial Hospital and is in the U. S. Navy and Marine Corps stations during the loading. its owner. Both passengersfelt
junior 7C box to your car visor home of her daughter, Mrs. Roy were on hand.Evacuees I Once underway, rain and better in a short while.
with two rubber bands to keep these Lett Tallahassee. We hope loaded stormy seas forced
onto
were everyone
I CATSUP, :& 19c indispensable companions but safely disposable within traveling arm's- she can soon return to her home landing craft and helicoptersthen below decks during the trip which The arose language between difficulty theRuchamkin'

rc.ich. here. ferried out to the Navy to San Juan. To relieve the crew and the

I Irish POTATOES 10 LB. 99c I Carry a bottle of ice water in the Sopchoppy Lions Club meet- ships which took them to shown restlessness, movies were nationals of Spanish-speak
San Juan Puerto Rico. Nota all night long and the
i.ir. This cuts clown the number of ing and Ladies Night was held ing countries were solved toa
f- .,0you have to make because Monday night, June 21, at the single U. S. civilian life Nuns organized a sing-song large extent by the almost
i, BANANAS. 2lbs" 25c ounenne is thirsty It also i is handy Oaks Restaurant. New officers was lost. for the children. The ship's full-time interpreting job of
for iljmpenin tissue clranstKky galley served meals 23 hoursa
a to were also Installed. The tank landing ship USS seaman Louis Perez of Long
; lin .
t n.f Wood County (LST 1178)) day. Island City N. Y.
Lindy Cream Style CORN 2 for 29c Sopchoppy City Elections were and the high speed transportUSS There the were many babiesin Perez speaks Spanish flu
.. held Tuesday, June 8, at the Ruchamkin (APD 89) groups of evacuees. ently and because of the
I City Hall with the followingnew were the first Navy ships to The crew immediately took great demand for his serv
WESSON OIL n OZ' 69t' f councilman elected Steve receive passengers leavingthe over the baby-sitting chores. ices, the 19-year old sailor
The
Wood
Revell Myron Hodge and Dominican Republic in County's doctor
managed to sleep only a few
CCMPL'ETE'UNE KODAK FILM I Ii Ceorge Strickland. the face of the crisis that left reported that "Guy's :you'dthink hours out of the nearly 40
OF
I WE NOW HArE A 1,500 Dominican citizens deadin could bite a nail in half it took to make both trips.
SERVICE AVAILABLE .... Happy Birthday to Theo Rudd, the streets of the Capital were carrying around the
i AND ALSO DEVELOPING Boew Becton, H. M. Crowson, city of Santo Dimingo. infants as if they might Of the more than 30 Navy
W. B. Witt, Cenevieve Oaks, break." A prescription was ships involved in the evacua
i June Roddenberry and Either The Wood County's commanding sent to a CommissarymanFirst tion, the Wood County held
Nichols. officer recalled goIng Class in the ship's gal the record for the total number
into the harbor at PuertoDe ley calling for a mixture of of evacuees aboard at
BULK SEED & FERTILIZER Mrs. Mae Crum has returned Twins that first after. milk water and sugar to anyone time 1031 .
t A' home after spending several noon. "No one really knew make 21 ounces of baby for as well as, the record for the
days in the hospital.Mrs. what to expect. We didn't mula. Three gallons of for- total number of persons
SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVE know how many people we mula later, the Navymansaid evacuated 1446.
Cora Lee Meadows oi
would pick up or how well
"Ten years ago I In addition to the evacuation
A errs prepare to out Tallahassee spent the weekend the port was protected from
go thought I had made up my of more than 3,000 U. S.
on "dike patrol" in South St. with her mother, Mrs. Elsie rebels." last bottle."
PIGOTT'S STORE baby citizens and other nationals
Paul Minn. Ten men and Roddenberry. During the first day's Two hospital corpsmen Navy ships in cooperationwith
METART fur 'Imalx were standing by evacuation unarmed U. S.
aboard
the Ruchmakin took other U. S. Armed
a dike around an industrial Mr. and Mrs. Al Zanco, two
rumple, Should the dike children, and Mr. and Mrs. Marines provided crowd con care of all medical needs re Forces ferried in excess of
hate broken 5000 men would Douglas Rogers and two children trol but no defense. Future quired by over COO evacuees 30 million pounds of food
WE PLAID STAMPS
GIVE
hate been evacuated of Tallahassee, spent the week- evacuations were protectedby during her two trips to and medical supplies to the
South St. I'aul was one of end with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Armed Marines. Puerto Rico. These needs strife-torn Caribbean area.
the areas. worn hit by flood Harms. Mrs. Maud Watts of Six American missionarynuns ranged from pregnancy to a This was the largest human
in the Tsin-Cities area Baldwin, Fla. spent several helped 500 children seasick cat. itarian effort of U. S. Armed
days with her sister, Mrs. board the Wood County. Some One woman suspected that Forces since the Berlin Air
Harms. evacuees pitched in to give her pet cat was seasick and Lift of 1948.

._ _
.u uuu u. .
The Rev. Jesse Bake; is at the :, : .": -,: "(;\ :_- n"y: : :' ':! : :.: .:: ':,::::_,", _-: -: : _:: ; :" :
Methodist Youth Camp in Lees-

NOTICEPANACEA burg, Fla. this week leadingthe
course "Christ, Steward-
ship, and Me". Two youths
from the Sopchoppy M. Y. F.
accompanied him i Thurman

AREA WATER SYSTEM INC. Roddenberry and Henry Jones. CIVILIZED. Hot weather often makes little angels behave like little savages. But the

1'. 0. BOX 235 Mr. Ralph Brown was a dele-
civilizing influence of air-conditioning is remarkable. With a flip of a switch, your
gate to a District Setup meet-
PANACEA. FLORIDA 32346WE
ing at St. Pauls Methodist home can become an island of cool calm. Your electric cooling unit wrings humidity

Church in Tallahassee on Tuesday from the air brings temperatures (and tempers) down to the pleasant level. A
Mr. C. L. Rehwlnkle represented -
the Crawfordville luxury? No more than a stove in a Klondike winter. And speaking of winter, an electric

church. heat pump keeps springtime in your home ear-roundl I Mild manners too.

WILL CLOSE THE lOAN WITH THE FEDERAL Mrs. Joe Williams brought her
GOVERNMENT ON JUNE 17, 1965. husband home from the Vet-

BIDS FOR CONSTRUCTION Will BE RECEIVED IN JULY. CONSTRUCTION WILL He eran's remains Hospital in serious in Lake condition.Mr. City.. tp M INFORM n nxmiDAPOWIft :-"


BEGIN IN AUGUST. AND WE SHOULD BE ABLE TO TURN pN WATER BY DECEMBERIN Trixie Reganler returned

Saturday her home In Corpus with jffoM&u electric air-conditioning! _..____.. _

Christ!, Texas, accompaniedby
her niece Mrs. Norma

Rudd, who will spend a coupleof .
weeks. Mrs. Reganler's son .-,---,
ORDER TO DETERMINE THE COSTS AT PRESENT AND TO DETERMINE THE fromApalachicola drove them. M 1. 1OS56 \\

AMOUNT OF THE LOAN NECESSARY. THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS HAD TO BE The redwood cottage of the '''
Ralph Browns has been rentedfor waH
TAKEN AND WE WISH TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THESE AT THIS TIME: the summer to Mr. and Mrs. Ale a Powee
James Payne and daughter, fbtWho'ds
a 'l'plate'
Grace, of Tallahassee.Mr. be 9''re 1\0 er with
\

and Mrs. C. C. Hatcher Cotpore0ypuheau: : coot 1,1\9 and 3' '

from Ocean Springs, Miss. WtHOtE HpUSEn t and AuNOWIhas""g
Mrs
1. Members who joined and paid the tie-in fee of spent several days with their be th.atinq to"traetor
daughter, Mrs. Jesse Baker. / .
S25 on or before June 1. 1965 will have the They brought the Baker child- d I) See ,011'

water connection run to their present line. ren home where they were vi- tr 4
siting, while the Rev. and Is.
Those who become Members AFTER June 1 will Mrs. Baker attended a confer- __

have the ence in Lak land. 'rC
water connection run to their pro. ?

perty line ONLY. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Lawhon ,5 ;
I
from Miami are spending their e
vacation with their brother, Eddie .
Lawhon. r

The annual reunion of the lateI.

R. McKeuglc famitywai
'
2. Persons or firms who wish to join as Members held at Otter Lake Sunday June

PRIOR to July 1. 1965 will be accepted at the 20, 1965. Many relatives and e w {r
friends enjoyed a wonderful dayof
a {w
tie-in
fee of $25 if the water- users agreementand fellowship.Mrs. s

check ins received by that date. On or after Viola Clemions, who has

July 1. 1965 the tie-in fee shall be $75. been visiting with relatives,
returned to her home in High
Springs on Sunday June 20th.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCau- ?
M. : $
ley and daughter, Glsele, of ;
IF YOU WISH TO BECOME A Albany, Ca. spent last week ,
MEMBER
OF THE WATER SYSTEM
AT THE MINIMUM with Mrs. McCauley's parents, a :f --t

TIE-IN FEE OF 25. YOU MUST SIGN WATER-USERS AGREEMENT AND MAIL Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hardin. F ::111I 4 t* F !

Mr. and Mrs. David Dunlopand I I
YOUR CHECK TO
THE COMPANY BEFORE JULY I. 1965. THEREAFTER THE sons of Decatur, Ca. ,spent !1 ,Itl

TIE-IN FEE SHALL BE $TS. last week visiting their parents /
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Harden
and Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Dun-
lop. Gerald Harden and Mike

, Dunlop turned to Decatur
; M G t t w t
Ca. with them to spend a few

days.
,t' PANACEA AREA
WATER SYSTEM INC.
's Donkey Ball will be held at :.",:.;.;
W
L 1'. 0. BOX 235 Sopchoppy High School on July
3rd at 8)00 P.M. This is sponsored t-t.j'i: _

k PANACEA FLORIDA 32316 by the Sopchoppy Lions rlit '
Club Admission Adults, advanced -
604, at gate 154 j s
.
Children, advanced 3Sc, at

ed.gate 504. Everyone is Invit- ONE mI:11iI: iOWErHH COST": HIGHER; IM IZ1Im!









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