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: July 1, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Harold C. Smith of

I Crawfordville returned last week Postmaster Essie M. Cogdill Tallahassee-W. B. Copelandof
from a five-weektrip to Europe, Jacksonville was named
of St. Markswasamong the j jfoUl'
which covered most of the Scandinavian over Chairman of the Game and I
Georgia Postmasters -
I and:!three Iron Fresh Water Fish Commission
and who attendedthe
I Curtain nations. guests during the final minutes of the
29th Annual State Convention
Flying from New York to Co- meeting of the Commission in '
of the Georgia Chapter and
penhagen, Mrs. Smith joined a the National Association of Post Tallahassee on June 23.
group of 9 tourists who went by Copeland was appointed to the es +,
I II masters June 23 through June 27
1 bus thru Denmark and took the Commission by Governor Hay- a
at Island
ferry to Malmo, Sweden. "The The meeting was, presided over don Bums and confirmed by the ,, f, j w,

apple blossoms and wild flowers by State President Harry Jamesof Senate on June 7. In additionto r
full blossom stated i named Chairman aya
were in Homervllle, Georgia. This being ,
Mrs. Smith, "and the country- work shop type meeting which Copeland also serves as the

side with its red barns and ancient Is held annually to acquaint Commissioner from the Second
churches was too beautiful Conservation District.
Postmasters with changes in rules
to describe. The group and regulations was conductedby Copeland Is the President and a

I drove on thru southern Sweden to Postal Officials from Wash- Manager Ploof Transfer Com-
Stockholm, then crossed to Fin- pany and Wood-Hopkins Con-
ington, D. C. and the Atlanta -
land, which has the same lati- Regional Office. Speakersfor tracting Company of Jackson-
tude as southern Alaska. Here, ville. An ardent hunter and
A TRIBUTE TO this meeting Included Assistant -
arrived and fisherman Copeland Is married
had not
spring yet Postmaster General W. ,
A FRIENDBy the country still looked drab. and has two children.In .
M. McMillan of Washington
A. V. Pickem Arriving in Helsinki, the capi- D. C., Regional Director Hon-, another action the Commis-
tal, Mrs. Smith was met by a sion named O. E.. Frye as Dir-
orable Banks Gladden
of Panacea Inspector -
of citizens ,
A group Laura Came and FreshWater i
Miss Ojala of the
Finnish woman, ector I
have decided that a story of In Charge Honorable E. G. II
with whom she had been Fish I
Is due McKay, Regional Controller Aldrich
public recognition since school A. D.
corresponding high replaces
resi- Honorable J. B. Eason, Director -
of their most outstanding
days in an exchange former Director who will coordinate -
dents. The writer was given Engineering and Facilities
She was taken to Miss Ojala'sapartment the Commissions fish
the task of making public some Honorable George Najour, and
in the suburban town hatchery program. Frye has PICTURED ABOVE IS THE NEW WALLER'S GIFT SHOP
of the attributes of this man. Postal Service Officers Honor- LOCATED ON U. S. 98 WEST IN PANACEA
W. S. has becomeone of Tap 10 1a for lunch, after able Sam B. Cartledge Hon been serving in the capacity of THIS NEW BUSINESS IS HAVING ITS GRAND OPENING THIS VmKEND.3ROWAR0 .
Capt. Schley which the couple drove out to a Executive Director since January. -
orable E. Sandefur.
Wakulla Ray
of and
small town 13 miles from the Ing business.
Officials the Nat-
County's most ardent boosters. capital where a surprise birth ionalAssociation representing of Postmasters Frye named H. E. Wallace, This Is far and away the largest OUENTIN 0. WHITTLE

Under different circumstanceshe day party had been prepared by Chief of the Commissions Game fiscal operation in florida. OF THE YEAR'
might have been a ward- were Mrs. Ada Cheney of Stephens -
other members of the Ojala Management Division as the Williams' Cabinet Office
heeler in a metropolitan area. family for Mrs. Smith's birth- Georgia, who is SoutheartemVicGPresidentofthe new Assistant Director and Jim Boards include membership on Tallahassee-Florida Highway

In South America he would have that Association Powell Assistant Chief of the Board of Kirk-
day. The house adjoined the Commissioners of Patrol Commander, H. N.
and the Honorable
been the head of a country. If of the late Finnish composer, Game Management Division as State Institutions, Board of td- man, announced TrooperQuentin -
Nat Burton of Monetta South
he had gone In for politics he Jan Sibelius, whose 93yearold Carolina. the new Division Chief to replace ucation, State Budget Commission O. Whittle, a nine year vet-
of :
might have been governor widow still takes walks in Wallace. State Pension Board, Board eran of the Patrol, to be recipient
Some of the of the
his state. Whatever job he the evening, according to the highlights Frye also named Brantley of Administration, Board of of the first "Trooper ol

tackles, people know a man has Ojala family. the meeting Habersham was the presentation Award to the ol Goodson, Regional Manager of Trustees of the Internal Improvement the Year" Award, sponsored by

been working on it. Capt Following the visit here, the the Commissions Northeast Region Fund, Securities the Florida Petroleum Council.
Postmaster of the Year and the
Schley was born In Massacheut group crossed the Finnish border award of as the Chief of the Law Commission, Purchasing Com- The award was presented to
an as a
tesand atthe outbreak of World I Into the Soviet Union the following door Enforcement Division. Bob mission, Railroad Assessment Trooper Whittle at a luncheonIn

War II he Joined the U. S. CoastGuard day near Vyborg, where Postmaster prize. Cogdill is the Pre- Brantly, Regional Information- Board, Board of Conservation, his honor Friday, June 25,

in St. Petersburg. He I a 10-yard-wlde strip had been sident of the Florida Chapter Education Officer from the Textbook Purchasing Hoard, 1965, in St. Augustine duringthe
was there as skipper of former I cleared thru the pine forests. Committee. Northeast Region will serve as, Board of Drainage Commissioners annual meeting of the Exe-

United Press head Carl Blckel's The Russian border guards ex- She was accompanied by Post- Acting Regional Manager pend-\ Vocational Education Hoard, cutive Committee and Advisory

yacht. Schley as a CoastGuardsman amined all the suitcases thoroughly master James H. Cox and wife ing a merit system examina- Housing Board, Direct Tax SubCommittee of the Florida

was attached to theArmy.servlng and read a diary one of Florida. tion. Commission Board, Teachers' Petroleum Council.
at Camp Cordon the tourists had brought along, Retirement Fund Trustee, Trooper Whittle was selectedfor

Johnson as the skipper of a patrol and enjoyed seeing the snapshotsof Board of Public Safety, and a "Trooper of the Year Award"by

boat. the Smith children which ALL SCHOOL host of other subcommitteesand members of the Patrol for

After his college training, he were passed around to every NOTICE LIBRARIES OPEN subboards.As special recognition of his out-

worked as a newspaper reporter man (and woman) working at WILLIAMS,\ State Fire Marshal he Is standing execution of duty and
in Chicago and Minneapolis. the building. From there the Donkey Baseball gkrne This Is a wonderful opportunity charged with the prevention of for the performance of an ac*

Following World War II he I bus went on to Leningrad where sored by the Sopchoppy spon Lions for the children of Wakulla EDITORS NOTE First of a Twc fires, regulating storage of heroism In Taylor County,

settled In Panacea and from that four days were spent. Then th Club, Saturday, July 3, at Co\.U\tytoenjoya summer read- Part Series of Treasurer Broward sale and use of combustlles and Florida, June 19th, 1964.

time on his ability and flair for I group flew to Riga in the Lat. 8:00 P. M. at Sopchoppy High ing program. It has been set Williams. explosives, installation and operating His act of bravery occurred

publicity has been felt throughout I vian Socialist Republic, when School. Admission, advance up so that the library In each Florida's State TreasurerInsurance of privately owned fire late on a Sunday night on a

the nation. some criticism was voiced against sale adults, 604, children 35j area will be accessible to all- Commissioner-Fire Mar- I extinguishers and automatic, lonely stretch of highway south

Many can remember the stor- the Russian government: Gate sales adults, 75*, child- age children. There will be shal-Cabinet member Broward fire alarm systems, construc- of Perry, Florida, when he spotted -

ies that appeared in almost ev- : which had been "invited" t< ren, 504.friendly< periods for story hour and listening Williams Is many things to many tion of fire escapes, guarding two wanted and armed ban-

ery daily in the country and the I' take over this Baltic Republi I reading for pleasure, as people. i the means and adequacy of dits speeding southward. He

spread in life magazine on his In 1940. From there the grout well as check outs. It Is hoped And In his myriad duties his exits from all buildings In eventof succeeded in capturing the two

Pelican story. More recentlywas I flew to Moscow for four bat and they would never that there will be a wide circulation -- activities affect every floridian fire, and the suppression of men by tricking them Into believing -

the Whale that swam a- which were spentseelng the take a tip for doing us a ser- as our libraries have In one way or another. arson, and with investigation of he was stopping them

ground at Mashes Point, thou- I let In the Kremlin Hall, whlc) vice. But one of our group hada many good:! books. Additional Treasurer Williams most frequently fires. over a minor traffic violationand

sands of people heard of this is one of the few modernist! Polaroid camera and he near- materials are being provided al- addressed as "Commissioner" Also as State Fire Marshal pretending not to know of

!, buildings i in the large city ly caused a riot whenever he in deference to his mul- Williams governs the safer; their previous crime. This asa
one.Capt.. Schley has been known They also went thru the Kremlin took a picture of the childrenand so.The following schedule is beIng tl-prongedduties as head of the rules pertaining to Florida's I long shot and a c alcui.srlskknowingthementobe .

over the years as Mr. Coast I Armory Museum with many gave a picture to whom- used: South's Biggest Insurance Department burgeoning Liquefied Petroleurr' arm

Guard in the Big Bend area. He jewels, carriages, and costumes everwas lucky enough to reach Sopchoppy,Monday-Thursday, has a hand In the Gas Industry.He ed and dangerous, but It paid

has received citations from sev- t. from Czarist days, saw lenin', out for it. I am sure most of 9001200.: function of some 30 State Cabinet has Deputy Field Inspecton off! Trooper Whittle was able

eral Governors for his efforts In Mausoleum, and a Russiar the People In some of the small Buckhorn, Monday-Thursday, Boards. stationed throughout the State to catch the two men off guan

the field of Search and Rescue I space 'exhibit which also displayed villageswewent thru had never 100300. He sits each Tuesday as one of who check design, construction, for a moment then drawing hi

along our coastline. pictures of the American had their picture taken before. Crawfordville, TuesdayFriday five, six or seven men who direct location, Installation and oper- gun, captured them, they

Capt. Schley has shown his astronauts. And the way people stared at 9001200. the destiny of Florida.To ation of equipment for storing, waited get ticket for speed-

ability as a promoter and man- From Moscow the group toss our bus with the English letterIng Shadevllle, Tuesday-Friday, the State's firemen, he is handling and transporting by Ing.

ipulator many things that are their bus again thru the provinces made us feel like a travel- 100300.: the guiding star behind II well- truck of LP Gas. Forthis act of heroism and hb

good for the community and which were destroyed by ing zoo at times. St. Marks, Wednesday, 9:00- financed pension trust fund Some 1500 LP Gas dealers continued good work for the Patrol

where he lives. the Germans in World War II: From West Germany the 12:00.YoorSuperintendent. which was established in 1939 were licensed last year. the Florida Patroleum

He Is serving his second termas They stayed overnight in Smol- i! group flew into West Berlin, and by the Florida Legislature.That The State Treasurer Is also a I Council will award Whittle a

President of the Panacea ensk and Minsk, which had been which is located in Communist members of the school board fund provides for parti- bond expert or at least he has merit badge to be worn on his
Chamber of Commerce.He i rebuilt from rubble employees who are. uniform him be
: completely East Germany. Here Mrs. would appreciate your cooperation municipalities to re- proclaiming to
is director of the Wakulla 'j both with more than a half million I 1 Smith spent several days with a in availing yourselves of ceive portion of the premiumtax Last year the Bond Division: "Trooper of the Year" for 1965

County Civil Defense Unit. He I I population. friend she had met as a summerstudentattheUnivenityof these services provided for the on certain fire and wind- of the office handled 70 state I along with the engraved pla-
has completed courses in Radio- Colorado of children. accounts with a value o
"The rolling hills in Russls pleasure your storm insurance, which Is usedto money que.
logical Fallout, Hurricane Protection I are very beautiful, and the al Mrs. Traute Zinkeisen; finance pensions for qualified over $405 millions.He Lt. Col. Reid Clifton, Deputy -

and other CD plans. !I soclear you can see a large city a.former teacher at the Free fire-fighting personnel holds the deposits that Insurance Director of the Departmentof

The Panacea Chamber, under I I and a dozen villages in one University of Berlin. "West PANACEA FISH fRY To Florida police officers, companies must make Public Safety and Capt. A.

his leadership, has built one sweep, stated Mrs. Smith Berlin has a few small lakes I 3 Commissioner Williams Is the before they can be licensed to D. Cosson, Trooper Whittle's
municipal dock and plan ano- surrounded and SET FOR JULY operate in Florida and last Commander
"Most of the crops were rye, by parks, on I manwho administers the Muni- Troop were pre-
ther. Renewed ,bus service to potatoes, and fields of yellow weekends these areas are crowded Police Officers' Retire- year was custodian: of more than sent at the ceremonies in St.
com- cipal
the town after a lapse' of 15 Arrangements are being millions In such
mustard. by Berliners because they $50 deposits. Augustine. Capt. Casson will
j forthe annual 4th of July ment Trust fund, which was
years. Procured a Fire Truck From Russia the group went cannot afford to fly out of their pleted In Panacea accordingto created by the 1964 Legislature. Williams operates the Bank be given smaller plaque, similar -

and organized a Volunteer Fire I I thru Poland and Czechoslovakiawhere city to West Germany, nor can Fish Fry. S. Schley, Panacea Through the fund, police officers Collateral Division of the Bond Trooper Whittle ,

Department. Was Instrumentalin nearly all the rivers were I they drive into the country, because Chamber of Commerce, Presi- in municipalities that participate Department, and In that capacity for display in Troop H Head-
achieving the deepening and flooded from excessive winter it Is Communist controlled able to build far last year held collateral quarters office here in Talla-
widening of the Panacea Chan- mow and spring rains. Unlike I!I Mrs. Smith said. "Dur- dent. sale desirable, retirement Income from 383 banks with a total hassee.In .
that advance more
nel. He is active In the Gulf I Russia, few of the Poles were ing the time I was there, we tickets Schley for said the event, scheduledfor than they could by any value of more than $138 mil giving this award to a deserving -

Coast Chamber of Commerce's living on collective farms. O- tourists could go over to East 3rd have other means. lions. Trooper, each year the

Association.He ver 80% of the farms were pri- Berlin, but none of the natives Saturday, July good ,and the Naturally, therefore, the Finally apd almost certainly Petroleum Council, which represents

Is correspondent for the vately owned. However, in i of West Berlin could go, so my been moving very looks like Commissioner a Important MOST Important The State the oil Industries of
a huge very
all affair
Tallahassee Democrat, Wakulla Czechoslovakia nearly every hostess hasn't seen It since she day to fire and police Treasurer Is the State Insurance Florida, felt that this would reflect -

County News, and the wire ser- farm was run by the governmentand left East Berlin In 1948. NotI success.This will be personnel person- one In whom they Commissioner.This their members unanimous
vices. completely mechanized, I I only did the East Berliners build to years the Panacea VolunteerFire take a personal Interest. duty alone requires the belief that the Florida Highway

Capt. Schley is known as a and most workers were living ii: a wall to keep more of the peo- given so that added What of Williams1 OTHER duties wisdom of a Solomon, the pat- Patrol and It's men should be

"do-gooder"byhlamaay friends the cities and working in the ple on their side from escaping, > Department be obtained. ? They from leadership ience of a Job, the knowledgi. given recognition for their routine -
and because of him, Panacea, many factories for which the but they also have wire fence equipment The Panacea may Chamber which In an aggressive, statewide of a scholar, and a staff of ev acts of duty on our high-

Wakulla County, and the Big country Is noted. The nationproduces i running down the middle of one for the past few has had a traffic safety program to serv- eralhundred skilled career em- ways each day and toi the protection
Bend area has become a little of the rivers Inside the years I .
much heavy machinery < city. State's bank- ployees.Fortunately rendered to the driving
Fish Fry on July 4, Is continuing ing as the biggest
better known In Florida amthroiishout and at the entrance to every Two days before I arrived the the famom lire ,. CommlssionciI public
t* serve C
the country. town a large billboard (the last Berlin! border gourd killeda mullet) and hush puppies tc ,i I Traffic safety was handed the I Willlamswasnot faced with tht TrooperQuentln Owen WhIt-

"Captain, we salute you. only ones to be seen at all behind boy boating on the river with (those who visit the coastal area I I Commissioner some years ago prospect of preparing all thisI tle halls from Havana, Florida.He .

the Iron Curtain) showed his girlfriend. He accidentally during the holiday weekend. 'I by a Legislature which felt the I when he was appointed. served In the Navy for 4

pictures of what the town pre- crossed over to their side. He President Schley said that his I I need to alleviate the growing I Earlier, as Chief Administrative years before joining the Patrol
duced. was shot 35 times and the doc- accidents Assistant to the late J. Edwin in October, 1956. Upon his
ANNOUNCEMENTMr. din the automobile
BIRTH committee is win I g up horror of
From Czechoslovakia the tors inWest Berlin rent 8 hours final details and plan to have and the parallel Increase in Larson, he had been privi- successful completion of the

and Mrs. Murray Mc- coup went to West Germany. trying to save his life, to no everything in readiness to take auto Insurance rates. leged to seek out and hire most Florida Highway Patrol TrainIng .

laughlin (Janet Russ) of Craw- one ever looked at our avail. The girt was seriously care of the expected large The Commissioner already had of those who today provide the Academy in early '57 he
I suitcase after went into still alive. i efficient service that Floridians was assigned to Taylor County
we wounded but is ,
fordville, proudly' announce the crowds on Saturday, July 3, the job of regulating those insurance |
stated Mrs. Smith have come to take for granted living in the of
Russia City Perry.
I From West Berlin the group I
Bobbi 11:00
birth A. M.
of gislators
a daughter, Lynn, I starting at rates, so
the Czechs I In their State Insurance Department Whittle is married to
"and Trooper
even typed outa flew to Hamburg, then Copen-
who was born at Tallahassee handed him the task of promoting -
Memorial Hospital on Monday I visa for me when I couldn't hagen, before returning to the NOTICEThe traffic safety In an all-out Mrs. Thais Hall of Blountstowa
when entered the and have two children
find mine
we United States. they ,
June 28th, weighing 7 pounds attempt to hold them to a rea-
Poland. Mark and Donna S. Hit
6 ounces. Czech border from The I Panacea Woman's Clubwillnotserve sonable level.As SUBSCRIBE 7, ,
Czechs cater to tourists mow present hobby is of a dangerous
which Is
their regular din State Treasurer -
I. than any other Communist 3 due the Constitutionally assigned TOTHE nature A Bee Keeperl!
net Saturday night, July I
country because they so I to the Chamber of CommerceFish I Job of Commissioner Williams
much with'the West. We found Fry. he runs a billion dollar bank- THENEWS
nearly everyone we met very


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12 WAKUyA COUNTY NEW S! 1 I ficatlon will be permitted after COUNTY COMMISSIONERS! OF VUULLA
I THURSDAY. JULY 1. 1985'WAKULLA r the bids. WAKULM June 14, 1965
In the Circuit Court of the Second LEGAL NOTICES be received of clarification Commissioners -
bidswlll of County
1. Sealed 13. For purposes The Board Meeting was called to orde
I Judicial Circuit of Florida In the Court of the County by the Panacea Area Water the Owner will appoint a of Wakulla County metthis by Vlce-Chalrman Strickland
I I In and For Wakulla Wakulla for performingthe to> act; as its CrawfordviUe with
Judge Inc. engineer in
County, System, qualified date members present ware Mr
County. In Chancery.No. the with. ,
Flo-I forth in Willard
In Probate.
rida. work asset present
1337. oInterpret the following Crum, Mr. Potey and Mr
IN REI Estate of Plans, Specifications and Maps, authority Specifications Carter, chairman; George Strickland. Members absent

COUNTY NEWS Hucy L. Galloway, DOCK W. SIMMONS, on or before 2:00: p, M. o'clock, to supervise construction, Young, vice chairman William were Mr. Faulk and Mr. Rod-

Plaintiff, Deceased.To EST, July 16, 1965, in the con- and to prosecute the work in accordance D. Walker, Ralph Strickland, denberrv..
I vs. DIVORCE All ference room of the Leon County with the Specif ca Davis Commissioners
WAlnut Creditors and Persons John L. Moved by Mr. Crum, seconded -
Telephone 6-JJ01
Rose B. Galloway, Having Claims or Demands Agriculture Center, 615 Paul tions. The Contractor in sign-and Moody Pearce, Clerk J. H. by Mr. Posey, that the minutes -

Defendant. Against Said Estates Russell Road, Tallahassee, Florida Ing the Contract recognizes Hudson, County Attorney; and be approved as read.

e j NOTICE TO ANSWER You and each of you are here- at which time said bids and accepts this relationship.clarification, W. R. Taff, Sheriff. Voting for the motion Mr.
will be publicly opened 14. For further of the last meet-
The minutes .
notified and and Mr.
Virginia Kihtlry Edit.I .I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TOi by claims required and demands to present read. it should be understood that the Ing were read and approved. :;:c'iL'ndr.

Rose B. Galloway, 8030 Long any 2. Copies of the Documents, worktobe done is being financnwholeorinRartbymean- Young moved
which Commissioner W h ale
either of Superintendent
you, or you, y recommended -
I I'rrI lit'hrhtll'Y Publishes Point, Houston, Texas. 77055. may have against the estate of including Drawings and Speci- ed that the County not borrow Sir that the following
i You are hereby notified that a Dock W. Simmons, deceased, fications may be obtained by I, of a loan from the United I 500, 000.00 for construction of menbe appointed as the Wakulla -
Entered at Crawfordville Florida suit for divorce has been Forty ($40.00)) Dol- Administration, The
brought late of said County to the depositing I' of Agriculture. secondary roads In County. County Members on the
against you by Huey L. Gallo lars for each set of Documentswith States Department carried on the second of
as lecoiul clas matter. Subiwrlptin County Judge of Wakulla County the Farmers motion Leon-Wakulla Junior College
way, in the Circuit Court of Florida, at his office in the Palmer Engineering Company I' For this reason willwork Commissioner Strickland. Advisory Board.

<-t': U.(0 per year. Wakulla County, Florida, and court house of said County at P. O. Box 3163, Phone Home Administration the Engineer I This f motion w 18 previously Length of term to be as Indi-

you are hereby required to file Crawfordville, Florida, within 224-4510, Tallahassee, closely with during carried on June 7th, Mr. Davit catedi Mr. A. L. Porter,

with the Clerk of the Circuit I six calendar months from the da, for each set of Flori-I retained by the The Owner FarmersHome moving and Mr. Young second- Chairman, 3 years Mr. John

Court of said county your writ- time of the first publication of I so obtained. Each bona therefore I tog. Plgott, 2 years; Dr. W. D. ..J

REAL ESTATE ten defenses, if any, in said I' this notice. Twocopies of each bidder may obtain two ( ). will. approval, of The Board approved the vouchers North, 1 year.
ttut and to I of Documents. Twenty($ ) directed
serve a copy of same I claim or demand shall be in I before them and Movedby Mr. Posey, seconded -
each final payment
for and :
Dollars of the deposit
on A. L. Porter Crawfordville all monthly In
be issued
writing, and shall state the that warrants pay- the ,
Homei Ac/cage Florida for set of Documents will be refunded estimates and of all change orders by Mr. Crum, that board
attorney plaintiff, place of residence and office ment therefor.
post is made the Superintendent recommendation -
loti to each bona fide bidder up- accept
Waterfront on or before the 12th of before payment further busi-
day July -I address of the claimant, There being no
The Con- on AdvisoryBoard
A.D. 1965. Herein fail not and shall be sworn to by the on return of Plans and Specifications from the loan funds. ness coming to the attention of members.

UENKY WILLIAMS ora decree pro confesso will be claimant, his agent, or attor- and other Documents inthe tractor in signing the Contract the Board the same was adjourned -
order this re- for the motion Mr.
BROKER entered same condition and in and accepts Voting
REALTY against you. I, and recognizes of Commis-
filing the motion
ney accompanied by a on
O. Box 275 WITNESS the Honorable W. which they were issued within lationship. Crum, Mr. Poiey and Mr.
P. fee
741 of one dollar and such sioner Strickland.
flwnc Walkcr ten ((10) days after bids are !I 1 Computation of quantities Strickland.The .
Florida May one of the Judgesof i claim 15.
St. Marki, or not so filed Carter
said court and the seal thereof shall be void. opened. I I that will be the basis foi Approved Willard following people were recommended -
at Crawfordvlllc Wakulla S. Ail bids must be submittedon paymentestimatesbothmonthly Chairman to the positions and

County, Florida, this 8th day of /sNolie BurgeAsexecutorof the blank forms of proposal and final, will be bythe Attest Moody Pearce, ClerkIn for the schools as Indicated.

June, A.D. 1965. I the Last Will furnished for that purpose with Engineer. All payment es- County Finance Officers! Mr.
.. I and
Testament of
-- ---- -- I /1Moody Pearce Dock W. each set of Plans and Specifications timateswlllbe checked and approved R. H. Carter, Jr. | Superinten-

If You Need. Clerk Circuit Court 4t-6/17.24.7/1.8.Simmons, deceased. in one (1)) certified copy by the Farmers Home the Circuit Court of the Second dent's Secretary Miss Sherlds

Wakulla County, FloridaA. and two ((2)) conforming copies, Administration Engineer before Judicial Circuit, In and Sanders.School

I OfficeSuppliesliusiness L. PortcrCrawfordvillc and shall give the price of each payment. For Wakulla County, Florida. Secretaries

Machines Florida, In The Circuit Court of The item of the proposed work in PANACEA AREA WATER In Chancery. Case No. _. Sopchoppy High Schools Mrs.

I Office Furniture Attorney for Plaintiff. Second Judicial Circuit of Flo- figures and shall give the Cran d 1 SYSTEM, INC.MNACEA WILLIE FREEMAN, Madelyn Crowson; Crawford-

See or r.ll (SEAL)) rida, In and For Wakulla Total in words and figures. FLORIDA Plaintiff, ville High School Mrs. Wyn-

I 4t-6/lO. 17.24.71.In County. In Chancery. 4. Each bid must be accom- /s/ Harry G. Smith, PresidentP. vs. DIVORCE elle Wiginton Shadeville High
RANEY WHALEYat No. 1338. panied by a certified check or O. Box 235 FREEMAN Schools Mrs. Dorothy Tripp-
bidder's bond made payable to Florida. PEARL lett.
Floyd Wayne WILLIAMS Panacea,
the Court of the County Plaintiff, the Owner the amount of five 62471. ___________ Bus Drivers
CAPITAL OFFICE Judge, Wakulla County, flo- vs. _DIVORCE ((5)) percent of the total amountof NOTICE TO APPEAR Sopchoppy High School Mr I

EQUIPMENT! CO. rida. In Probate.IN the bid. As soon as the bid Troy Eubanks,. Mr. Morris Hari i
of the TOi
II Orphia WILLIAMS, priceshave been compared, the In the Court County THE STATE OF FLORIDA Mr
31} South Adam St. RE Estate of Defendant. Owner will return the check or Judge, Wakulla County, flo- Pearl Freeman rell, Mrs. Mavis Langston, i

i Corner E. I'ensuola M. A. RUDD, ORDER OF PimOCATTOM bond of all except the three ((3)) rida, In Probate. Address UnknownYou Gerald Metcalf, Mr. J. C. Reynolds I
T,\I.I.A IIASSEE. FLORIDA Deceased.TO Mr. Theo Rudd and Mrs
STATE OF FLORIDA lowest responsible bidders. IN REi Estate of are hereby notified that a Frances Smith.Crawfordville .
All Creditors and Persons TO: When the contract is awarded, ELLEN B. OLSEN, suit for divorce has been brought High School).Mr
Orphia Williams
(Having Claims or Demands the checker bond of the two ((2)) Deceased.TOAL1CREDITORS in the Circuit Court
Route No. 2, against you Jack Crum, Mr. Bennie Phil
Said Estate bidders
Ramseur N. C. remaining AND PER- of Wakulla County,Florida, in lips, Mrs. Louise Spears, Mr '
You and each of arc here- will be returned. The check or
KMI'TIC' TANK you You SONS HAVING CLAIMS: OR DE- Chancery by Willie Freeman, Abel Strickland and Mrs. Edna
by notified and required to hereby notified that a the bond of the successful bid-
; pre- I
foEnVl and
( complaint for divorce has been MANDSAGAINST SAID ES- you are hereby required Wilson.
until the
sent claims and demands ders will be retained
I any filed against In the TATE file with the Clerk of the Circuit Shadeville High School Mr.
tto which you, or either of you, you Circuit I contract and surety bonds have
1 Clean Ol may have against the estate of Court of Wakulla County, Florida been executed and approved, You and each of you are hereby Court your written appear- George C. Donaldson, Jr. Mrs.
< ance in said suit and to serve a
Repair M. A. Rudd, deceased, late of In Chancery. You are I after which it will be returned. notified and required to pre Alene Farmer, Mr. John Thomas -
New Installation said County to the County herebyrequired to file (person- 5. A performance and pay- sent any claims and demands copy of same on plaintiff's attorney and Mr. Clifton Williams.
or before the 2nd day ,
The Jest For Less Judge! of Wakulla County, Flo- ally or by attorney) with the mentbond in the amount of one which you, or either of you, on Buckhorn Elementary School:
of A.D. 1965. Herein
of August,
J rida, at his office in the court ; said Court, and send a I hundred ((100)) percent of the may have against the estate of Mr. Willie Harris.St. :'
of the fail not or the bill In this cause Schools'Mrs.
house of sa id County at Craw- copy same to the attor- contract price, with a corporate Ellen B. Olsen, deceased, late Marks Elementary
Telephone 1 fordville, Florida, within six ney for the plaintiff, your writ- surety approved by the Owner of said County, to the County will be taker pro confesso. Nellie Lambert.
Tallahassee Witness the Honorable W.
877-1773[ calendar months from the time ten defenses, If any, to the and the Farmers Home Admin- Judge of Wakulla County, Florida May Lunchroom Personnel

after (1:00: p.m. of the first publication of this complaint in said cause, on or istration, will be required for at his office in the court Walker, Judge of the said Court, Sopchoppy High School Mrs.

I notice. Two copies of each before July 26, 1965. Herein the faithful performance of the house of said County at Craw- and the Seal thereof, at Craw- Bessie Revell, Manager, Mrs.

I Ii claim or dcmand shall be in fail not, or judgment by default contract, and the bidder shall fordville, Florida, within six fOrdvllle, Wakulla County, Florida Delma Roberts, Mrs. Willie

Dees Barber writing and shall state the will be entered against you. state In the proposal the name j calendar months from the time 1965., this 28th day of June, A. Mae Porter and Mrs. Willie Lee

ShopFOUR i place of residence and post of- WITNESS my hand and the and address of the surety or sure- of the first publication of this D. Reynolds.

fice address of the claimant, seal of said Court at Crawford- ties who will sign his bond in notice. Two copies of each Moody Pearce Crawfordville High School Mrs.
vOle Clerk of Said Court
and! shall be sworn to by the Wakulla County, Florida, case the contract is awarded to claim or demand shall be In Eloise Harvey, Manager, Mrs.
POINTS claimant his this 23rd day of June, 1965. him. /sMoody Pearce Rossie Wildem Mrs. Ella Mae '
j jI agent, or attorney writing and shall state the L. ,
I and accompanied by a /Moody Pearce 6. The party to whom the place of residence and post office George Harper Jones and Mrs. Carolyn Naz-
i I BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 filing fee of one dollar and such Clerk of Circuit Court contract is awarded will be required of the claimant, and shall Attorney at LawCrawfordville worth.

: claim or demand not so filed Wakulla County, Florida forthwith to execute the be sworn to by the claimant, Florida Shadeville High School Mrs. I
OPEN TIL shall be void.s (SEAL) contract and a performance and and Attorney for Plaintiff Estella Mrs. Alberta'
his regent, or attorney accompanied Jones,
8:00 P.
M. FRIDAYS 4t-7/1. 8.15.22.School .
I / / Norma Rudd J. H. HudsonP. payment bond on the forms filing fee of Louis.St. I

As Administrator of the Estate O. Box 66Crawfordville which are attached hereto, all one dollar anJsuch claim or demand I' Marks Elementary School I

f.RUIIlIlTfIU.P ofJ.. A. Rudd dec Florida within ten ((10)) days from the not so filed shall be void. Mrs. Edith Clddens. I

"ed. Attorney for Plaintiff. date when the written notice of The Tallahassee Bank and students who are serious Buckhorn Elementary School:

lltKOID RU F'S-fRIIIY MUIIIRSDM 4t-6 17. 24. 7/1.8. 4t624.7l,8lSRepress the award of the contract is Trust Company stamp collectors usually Mrs. Janie Allen.
ma\fled to the successful bidderat B. David i make Rood (trades in history CustodiansSopchoppy I
Byt James Jr.
flillh. (IkilirHE the address given by him. Assistant Trust OfficerAs and geography. That's because High School: Mr.

GIVE Fill f.RlrN STAMPS In case of his failure to do so, I they read all about the coun- James Lawhon.Crawfordville I
Administrator the Estateof
The Mess the Owner his tries whose stamps they collectin I
may option Ellen B. Olsen, deceased. order to understand the ori- High School: Mr.I
consider that the bidder has abandoned 4t-7/1.8.1S.22. I gin of the pictorial design. Winton Cox.Shadeville .

: h White Shoe Care the contract, in which a High School: Mr.
GLARE'SSHOP case the certified check or bid- Fred Johnson. :
\ Ctpecially foe little Rirl while der's bond accompanying the St. Marks Elementary School: '
/ / /',} 'hoc' mean summer. But keeping proposal shall become the pro- Mr. Abel Strickland.

I I while shoes white requires frequent perty of the Owner. NOTICE Buckhorn Elementary School

c T ,- O Milivhing-uuially( mother' job. 7. The Owner reserves the Mr. Bryant Allen.

To minimize mcv.ine, while JDIIl right toreject any or all bids or SPECIALS FBI, SAT, MON. AND TUBS.OFIADE .1 County Maintenance
Kleenex towel
l .Iish, spread paper to bid.
I n the table to absorb: spill| l rmlivlt.ipc I accept any Mr. lonnie Raker and Mr. Wil-
8. Before the award of the
I E.\ltl.\ A.1EI1AN: \\'i shoe with a dry P.IJHT howl I Ilo lie McKenzie.
u I I Jo'IUS1I I'KIIVINI IAI mnuie dust I minx i a :dampened I contract, any bidder be required Fresh Moved by Mr. Posey and seconded

VI"I'ItIANFI'ItNrr'1'ItE) ;viol to it-move stubborn dirt. Drywith to furnish evidence satisfactory A by Mr. Crum, that the
( : another towel. Apply polish to the Owner and to the personnel recommendations of
and allow shew to drv. Farmers Home Administration lb.
I the Superintendent be accepted.
Duff wilh dry towel Iniimme of the facilities abi- FRYERS
Phone 385-1222 a paper necessary 29C Voting for the motion Mr.
the chalky) Imik and In and
;. Monroe St. pre lity, pecuniary resources to
1901 N. Posey, Mr. Crum and Mr.
mil: polish from rubbing off on fulfill the conditions of the .said I
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA (furniture and tloIhr.Vhcn you're contract. Strickland.Movedby.
\ luuMiul, your only clean up task SIRLOIN STEAK Mr. Posey, seconded
9. Bidders must them-
i satisfy |bee 69c
:* ihrcminx away the used paper selves, by personal examination by Mr. Crum, that Mrs.
.mill Louise -
( Mary Gibson be employed
I of the location of the proposed
I I as Administrative Assistantfor
I' I work; by examination of the
I Plans, Specifications and Maps FRANKS SWIFTS Business Affairs, effective
Tallahassee liwinea Firma ; AIMMEAT 12 1
oz. July 1965.
and by such other means as they
I Voting for the motion Mr.
the actual
may prefer, as to
conditions the requirements Crum, Mr. Poiey and Mr.

DIRECTORYPatorniu i of tlic work and the accuracy ofI CHEER Giant Size 79c Strickland.
I the estimate of the quantities Movedby Mr. Posey, seconded
by Mr. Crum that bills be
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i of work to be done, and shall --

Th_ AdvertiAen not, at any time after the submission paid as presented.

I, I of a bid, dispute orI Spring Farm Evap. MILK, 3 _for 39c Voting for the motion Mr.

n I complain of such estimate, nor Crum, Mr. Poiey and Mr.
i assert that there were any mis- Strickland.

I F R M' --' I' understandings in regard to the Bama MAYONNAISE, P*. 29c Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded -
i Little Folks Store, n.iuirc or amount of work to be by Me Crum, that the
0 Lae. done. meeting adjourn.
,"1" FEEDS uN. "Th. Capital'. 10. The Constructio Contract A. J. Voting for the motion Mr.
f.!.' I Majors for Minor," 8j CO. I and the Detailed Specificationscontain QUICK GRITS, .5 Ibs for 39c Crum, Mr. Poiey and Mr.
I CAddrexi o"U'"ih.r.. Toy.lI the provisions required Strickland.
> "" ., Habbiei On.-Stop Service forFeedSeed
by the Owner and the Farmers
Many Aeeeiinrtel : I
Flint River Mills ; 13J N. Monroa St. Ph. 222-114 Fertilizer Home Administration pertaining TOMATOES No. 303 2 for
can 25c
: SJOli S. Munn ph 2210274Liykt Poultry Supplies I to the construction of the pro ,

y I i ject. No Information obtained I REGISTRATION OF
from any officer, agent or em- FICTITIOUS

't So. Adam at S.A.L.R.R. I ployee of the Owner on any such BANANAS 2 tbs. NAVES
Baker-Alford matters shall in any way affect 25c Wethemdenigned, being du-
Co. Phonc:2'2'3..0173 the risk or obligation assumed ly sworn, do hereby declare Irt-

t>p I "Tin Fartt Houtt" I by the Contractor relieve him der oath that the names of all

I! Anything for your auto truck: from fulfilling any of the conditions METCALF FROZENSHRIMP persona Interested in the busl-

.. ; aiui Rtg lar or tractor. Also for your pow.ri of the Contract. 10 profession carried on tinder -
;P' r I (Waifs: ,* lltockn *i lawnmower Coal and much for 10llrI 11. Proposals which are in- OZ. 59c the name of Gulf Specimen

I coinp.Uc, unbalanced, conditional Company at Panacea, Florida,
Wood and !1208 N. (lPo
Hanson Adam. St. Ph. Box
or obscure or which of' 237), and the extent
,w'. : Hue) Ind., Inc. i Capital Stone Co. contain conditions not calledfor WE NOW HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF KODAK FILM the interest of each is as fol-
; S. Adams l St. at /-Pointsy \ ensures, Iterations, or irregularities I AND ALSO DEVELOPING SERVICE AVAILABLE II :
Sine Name '
Tel. 222-5840 P. O. Box Dal 1908 of any kind, ori Jack J. Rudloe.

I :. ,_-___ __ _-_ MARBLE GRANITE i which do not comply with the Extent of Interest 100%.

;,; --- -- .. _- .. BRONZE Notice and Instructions to Bid- /s/ Jack J. Rudloe
I MEMORIALS den, may be jcctcd!at the option state of Florida
of the Owners.

i Yeagcr I I C-.,*., Work f/ All Type. 12. A bidder may withdrawany BULK SEED FERTILIZER, It County of Wakulla .

,. JJ8: W. Gain. SL-Ttl. 223-0719 proposal he submitted at L methlas23rd .ubscribed before

J,. Inc."K r Walter F. Buchaa, Mfr. any time prior to the hour set SHOP LOCALLY AND SAV 1965. day 01 April, A.D.
I fertile closing of bids, provided ..
I /./
I the request for withdrawal Is A. L. Porter

.lnnrati and Bondi signed In a manner Identical Notary Public, State of Florida -

f 114 S. Adam: SU-Til. 222-4680 : with the prorsal being with- PIGOTT'S STORE at large. My Commission -

drawn. Nowithdrawal or modi- expires Nov 20,
MEDART 1968.
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CAMPING r---: -- -- -- ------
CHANG camping l'I'' 'gram during the se- COIJNTfY NBff,

Tallahassee change in the Limping fees forthe one week Mrs. Louise Sapp ANNOUNCES SECTIONAL PERSONALSKenny THURSDAY JOLT 1. U

summer camping schedule at the|I and session> fee is thirty for dollars per week Deadline for News Copy Is Mr. and Mrs. William Van- CENTER IN TALLAHASSEEMr. McFadden returned to I
Youth Conservation Camp located the two week program 9:30 A. M. on Tuesdays. Due Bowling Green, Ky. last Friday
of Savannah Ga.
I sixty dollars. landingham C. T. Howard, Transportation
in the Ocala: National to production costs It has become after a three week's visit
Other : and their daughter from Cairo, Director for the Atlanta -
camping sessions with
Forest will boys age ten ares emorce Greg Keightley.
On necessary news Ga. visited Mr. and Mrs. Shel-
rvo Post Office
fourteen to attend one week period for boys Region of the
week through camping sessions begin- July6 through 31 and two one copy Please deadline. ton Roddenberry Sunday. Mrs.. Department, met today with Mr. and Mrs. Wooten Smith, HOLINESS CHURCH REVIVAL
week sessions for help us to give you a Vanlandingham Is a sister of area postmasters announce the Selena, Tim and Mary Clover,
ning July 4 through 10, and July girls, August better paper. I STARTS JULY 7TH
1 Mrs. Bedle Roddenberry.Mr. Tallahassee attended a family reunion. at
11 through 17. through!; 14. Clrlj may at- Editor full activation of the -
The camping period July 4 tend for one or both weeks. Sectional Center on July 1. Quincy on Sunday.Mr. The Tower Pentecostal Holli-
and Mrs.
through 17 was originally planned Information and camp applications their home' Mr. Howard described In detail A. L. Porter entered Tallahassee ness Church em the Anon-Craw-
as a two week session but ; m,ly be obtained by berry are making his the transportation plans that will Memorial Hospital )I fordvllle Highway will start
with aunt
requests for one weekcamping \:rlti! .ig t'!' u Youth Conservation for the summer Mark, provide for the speedy Inter- Monday. their revival Wednesday, July
numerous Mrs. Bedle Roddenberry.
Camp| lime i and Fresh Water NOTICEAll change of mall between the sec-
hasresulted schedule.in a 'li I'he, 'ninission, Ocala, FlorId Is employed by the State Road tional center and its associate Mr. and Mrs. Vemon Martin I 7th.The Rev. Harry Barfald will
of the previous Cards of Thanks for Loved the
change working on
I. Department, offices and emphasized the sav- and children
returned home last I be the speaker.
attend either of Ones Friends In
Campers may or published Road 372. They expect to
new ings that should result by reduction weekend from li Invited.Mr. .
the one week sessions or both The VV a kul l la County News move to Tallahassee In the Fall travel and a twoweek'svacation Everyone
of time
weeks. Campers attending both Fifty Cents in advance.flRCRLCKE where Mark will attend F.S.U. and the elimination at Vicksburg, Miss., ,
weekswill\ receive an advanced expenses, where they visited their parents
of massing malls on larger offices and relatives.Mr. .
Last Sunday Mrs. Johnle Roberts highway post offices, and and Mrs. Clay Pad honored with a birth- of Atlanta visited Mr. and Mrs.
was and
railway mail cars. I Mrs. Claude Ferrell
h day party, a family gatheringand Mr. Howard noted that there I' and Mrs. Robert Stone left Jim Harper for a few days andMr. ,
dinner at Otter Lake. and Mrs. Kane Vandefordand
picnic 553 the for I
were sectional centers in Monday Rlvervtew, Fla. to I
Members of his family from I United States, 41 In the Atlanta visit Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Rose i Mr. and Mrs R. Clark and

\, Tallahassee and Thomasville region, and 12 in the state of1 I and children, Marsha, Kay and I' children Atlanta were spend-
I and Cairo, Ca., enjoyed the Florida, serving 496 associate Kenny Moore. |1'1 ing a week at their cottage at ,
occasion with local family and offices. The Tallahassee I I Carrabelle Beach, visited Mr.
friends. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Jim Harper recently. I t
I ter is located at cen-I Randolph Harper -
of Tal- Street Station and serves and Mrs. Mildred Sikes of '
Mrs. FrankJonesSr.
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Posey
Atlanta visited
fices. parents,
lahassee, spent Sunday with her I
children left for Cald-
I Sectional centen, according I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harper the yesterday
son, Frank, Jr. family.Mr. well Idaho to visit Mrs. Fo-
to Mr. Howard, are Ideally suit- past weekend, also Mrs. Sallie

II and Mrs. W. E. Winning ed to the speedy processing of Wessinger, Mrs. Harper's sister, il Herman sey's parents, Mr. and will Mrs.be
I Medart returned Sunday froma ZIP Coded Mail. The five-di- accompanied them and spent a Vogt. They
month's visit with their son In git ZIPnumber allows direct dis- few days. They returned home II gone a month.

Boston, Mass., and relatives in patch not only to sectional cen- Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keightley
several other New England ters but to the final delivery u- I and Greg spent last Friday in
states. nit, with no enroute rehandling Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cofer I Crystal River.
required. Mr. Howard cited and two daughters, Pam and

e Mr. Emmett Green of South I Reader's Digest, Time and Life I Debbie, Atlanta, visitedtheiraunt Mrs. Fay Baker, wife of the
Carolina visited her sister, Mrs. magazines, and Metropolitan and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. I Rev. Jesse Baker, is a patient
Elsie Roddenberry Sunday.Mrs. life Insurance Company as ex- Jim Harper Thursday and FriI I In Tallahassee Memorial Hos-
amplesofnationalfirms who are day. pital.
Tom McPhaul Is makingher actively participating in the ZIP 1
home in the S. W. Revell program by presorting to ZIP

Come In And Register For home eral months after vacationing in Hollywood for, Fla.sev-, the code local numbers firms, who and]are also cooper noted -4"lf'/b/1! < III : ,. 'J'oJ '1-- : I :t!., 1 1 .

with her daughter, the Richard I ating.
FREE CASH PRIZES Kurth family. We are happy to In connection with ZIP code, FLORIDA STATE

have Mrs. McPhaul with us. Mr. Howard announced that six .-
high speed optical "re a ding "
Friends will be interested to
machines have been ordered for
learn of the Rev. Dewitt Cox, ,
One-Stop Service delivery to the offices at Detroit Now Slwwinl
former pastor of Sopchoppy Bap- '
and Buffalo. These machines
tist Church NOW SHOWING
assuming pastorate
read and sort not only by ZIP
of the Thomasville Road
number but by the second line
tist Church. The Rev. Mr. Cox
S of the address as well, which represents .
I For Field, and GardenFERTILIZER comes to Tallahassee from MarIetta Jam < Garner
a major technical I]
A he served Lewis
Ca. where
breakthrough in optical scan- ,
Dick Van Dyke
i i'I for the past eight years. Mr. ning. '
and Mrs. Cox have four child- In
Following Is schedule of incoming "THE ART OF LOVE"
ren, Linda, Orna, Franklin and
I a Susan. and outgoing mall for "TIlE FAMILY
I Post Offices in Wakulla County JEWELS"I I
For Lawns, Shrubi Flower and
Vegetable effective July 1, li>65. I
GardensGARDEN Mrs. levi Willis returned to
her home after spending several Sopchopry: Incoming, 7:25
A. M. 8:55 A. M, ; Outgoing,
weeks in convalescant homein
Tallahassee I Iler conditionis
still critical St. Marks Incoming, 8:15A. OUTDOOR ffl ON WOODVILLE HWY.
TOOLS very M. : Outgoing, 6:00 P. M.

Hoes, Rakes, Hand Mrs. Delmer Roberts has been Panacea Incoming, 7:00 A. I
M. 5.20( P. M.Crawfordville .
Outgoing, :
released from the Tallahassee j
Garden Hoes, Pruning Shears, I
today, Frl. I Cat.
Incoming -'IodaythruSat.
Edgers, etc. Memorial Hospital and remains
in the home of a daughter, Mrs. 6:40 A. M. ; Outgoing, 5:40 P.

Lcvada Hodge.Mr. M.
Postmaster I Hendrickson urgeseveryonetocheckwiththeir !
and Mrs. L. C. Sapp visited local """QUICK! BEFORE IT MEL I s" MUST FALL" ,

we'M'eatINSECTICIDES Mrs. Sapp's sister, Mrs.L. post office as to the time

For Lowers Shrubs, Vegetable and Flower L. Folsom, who is critically of final dispatch of outgoing i "THE SATAN BUG" "GOLDEN ARROW" I
ill in the Brooks County Genet mail. ;
Gardens, Home and Garden
Aerosol Bombs al Hospital at Oultman, Ca. "THE

Sunday, June 27th. STRANCLER"I I I

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Blackburn I
Poultry N.ttin9-BUbed Wire
of Jacksonville arc staying ,
Field Fence in the home with Mrs. Black I i 1
burn's mother, Mrs. Levi! \\illis. I

EYf YI111N6' Mrs. Roy Lett returned to her
FEEDLivestock home in Tallahassee after

spending a few days with her
and Poultry
t-nm mother, Mrs. Carrie Ashmore.We .
I arc glad to see Came at FARMERS, WE'LL LOAN ,
work again in the Post Office.

Feed IngredientsHay 0

The Wakulla County Cancer

Society held a recognition
SEED meeting in the Florida Power

FOR FREE I Lounge Tuesday night. HARVEST YOUR CROPS I t
Turner, tailed the meeting to
II I order at 8:00 P. M. Mrs. Thel- -, tk

ma Jernigai. reported a total of

$1,300.26. Mrs Turner pre- s
sented the following awards : ,
Mrs. Gertrude Brown an engraved w rrtww
i iI plaque, in grateful acknowledgement -

I of outstanding ,; 1,* t ...
service; O. t.:: Icndrickson I a !
Liquid Flint/ Food I Victory Crusade and Gold Key,

I whose loyal crusade<< forces gathered -

ONE CENT SALE i above<< contributions the record goal.equal to and

O. E. 1 Icnilrkkson, Crusade
presented the following I
Chairman, j
I awards: Citation for
service, Mrs. Anita '

Townsend; News, Crusade Cita-
gallons tion, \\ a i k u l 11 l a County News;
2 nly. $499Rev. Certificate I of Appreciation,

$9.96 Mrs. Gertrude Brown, Mrs.
r I Hannah l>,kes, Mr. John Pi-

gott, Jr. Mrs. Betty Levy, Mr.
Larger Blooms H.ilthi.r Plants Z. W. Revelle l Mrs. Doris
Cwin; Mrs !tssic Cogdill<< Mrs.
Greener Plants IteuUh! I lanton, Shadev\1le\ I Ugh Do you lack ready capital to help you through your harvest

School, Buckhom School, Nat- .

I ional i lie Honor High School Society, ,Mr.Crawford JIm-- season? Come in soon to discuss a convenient, easy-terms, bank

I! my I Helms, Mr. Bobby Paulk and<<

Mr.Crusade Donald Citation Tucker., Miss Ruth loan. We'll quickly arrange for the funds needed to help you

"" Dix, Mrs. Pauline Wetherington -
"Makes Everything Grow Better"earn, Mrs. Newell Ladd, Miss build new farm structures/buy finer farm equipment and harvest

Ann Moore, Miss Sandra Harper,
Miss! Pan I lanton: Miss Dar-
12.6.6 lyncildern, Mrs. Theo Rudd, your yield! See us now. '

Mrs. Helen Beasley, Mrs. lou-

ise Sipp, Mrs. Mavis Langston,

'Janice AUm, '.1ts.lV. R. flu' G:+T 1*+** mra .a4.. saastkl SA.vli (cusses,
I c \ a n a Posey,
I Davis, Mr Marjorie Becton, ... law, lmt.r..t r"t>.
I Mrs. J Jack Redftrn<< Mrs. Ullian
North, ,Mrs. Geneva Barwick, '
Mrs. W. B. Witt and Mrs. D.I' ;

E. Vause.
l Plenty Parking Span Crusade Chairman stated that I

___ those not present would receive .,
their awards by mall.
Stop in and Sara Tomorrow itO.I.GRAMLING&CO LEWIS STATE BANK

Junk 11 anything that lies

around in your way for ten

rears and you throw it away tJa \ (XLi
two weeks before you need it. .

Leonard J. lilanchko. Hender-
1010 SEED Phone 222-4112 son ( Miters I ) Jndfpendent
S. Adams St. MEMBER F.D.I.C
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The strength you acquire It seems that most knocking tr r WiKULLA'COUNTY NEW
II through confidence can be lost is done by folks who aren't able I I'4. THUR8DAT, JOLT 1, 1985j
]rapidly through conceit Cliff to ring the bell. Gerald K.
I Memmott Uintah Basin Young,The Blakesburg(Iowa)
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