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Title: Wakulla County news
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Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: July 15, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
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VOLUMN 66 NUMBER 46 CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA 32127 THURSDAY. JULY 16. 1985 PRICE 10 CENTS PER COPY ."".

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01 l uhf Oil Products joim u,_ I1illzs--/riI I wvirr rtuhi11 i

gether' retirement it a banquet of Mr honoringthe Chant .1 \: ,' : j : I

Witherspoon of C.lrrlbdc! i, w \ h \: ,f "
has been the Gulf distributor or 1' :;; : \i I Ii

many years.
Distributors from man lr.'W \ .
of the' I Big Bend were m ittcndCi -

Itit it the affair I red \\ intcrli \

I distributor Leon County j

I 'lx rr'm9 one of the Dig Bend's Urn

If ,!st. in attend .
tw was i ni.: >' ith
other distributors from G Id den,

; tics Bay Jackson and other oun-

Dealers from \\ akull.i L ount\

Included Hardy Revel lime t"
I aylor and D. L. Strickland ">, yy
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Sopchoppy

Announcement is made it
the banquet that Frank lawhonof

Sopchoppy was succeeding 1'
Mr. Witherspoon as distributorin 4 .
Carra belle.

Frank makes his home in Sop

ri iLLkP.4' choppy and is married to the r l "tasty
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% former Olcta Taff, daughter ol ;
Commodore Taff of Arran
Mr. Charlie Witherspoon, retiring Gulf Oil Distributor of CimbelU., shown being presented a IE-

plaque of appreciation by Bill Havolin, Manager of the Florida Division jt a recent banquet in Mr.

Charlie's honor GOVERNOR BURNS SIGNS LOCAL LAW FOR SENATE PRESIDENT lAMES E. CONNOR AND REP.
INSURANCE INFORMATION
JOHN: AYERS.

NOTES Off THE CUFF LOCAL BOYS ATTENDING RESEARCH CENTER Tallahassee(Special) Insurance -

By Keith Lee FORESTRY CAMP Company Regional Home '
Offices In Florida big busi-
For a while everybody wa! High Springs, July 12 Two Tallahassee, July' 1- Florida ness, and they're getting arc bigger 'j 1i III--I
State has been
selected -
worrying and wondering whenit Wakulla County vocational agriculture I University under a new program designedto I'ic
site for research
as a
was going to rain Guess students are attending bring more of them to the
that particular question needs Forestry Training Camp at 0'- center to study and improve Sunshine State in the weeks am

, no answering now Glad to Leno State Park during the weekof science and mathematics Instruction months ahead.

report that Judge Porter is on July 1117. at the college level. Thirteen insurance companies -
To be called the Center for
the mend and his many friends Selected by their local Future and groups of companies i
who have missed him will soon farmers of America I Chapter, Research In College Instructionof with such offices in the state

see him back at the old stand they are Cecil Robison, P. O. Science and Mathematics, reported they had more than
the Center will devote its efforts -
Clerk Moody Pearce attendeda Box 12, Panacea ; and Morris $471 millions In insurance pre-
National Clerk's meeting out Brown, P. O. Box 211, Craw- to I improvement of under- miums in force, and had paid
in science
graduate teaching
in the sunny state of California fordville. more than $18 millions in sal-
and mathematics and to explor-
wonder If the oranges look Both boys are members of Sop- aries last year, State Treasurer-
of the Interdis-
ation emerging
any different out there Bet choppy FFA Chapter. I I Insurance Commissioner Bro
don't' A total of 111 FFA boys ciplinary fields which arc becoming 4
the bathing beauties are ward Williams s.;d this week.
We hear from the grapevine attending the 31st annual camp increasingly Importantto These existing operations ilso
the undergraduate curriculum -
that the county school system which is divided into two one- own and occupy buildings worthmorethanIBmitlions
--
will be better week sessions The Forestry he r
as good or even s7
Russell of the
Prof. H. Johnsen
this coming term Political Training Camp-oldest and lar- said. I
pot-pourri Rumor has it thata gest of its kind in the nation Department of Chemistry at The State Insurance Commis-
made draft is sponsored jointly by the Flo- Florida State recently was ap- launched intensive
move is being to s ion e r an
pointed to the board of the
pro-
Senator Doyle Carlton for Gov rida Forest Service Florida drive to bring additional regional -
ernor's race. understand that forest products industries and posed center. The appointmentwas home offices to Florida I

former Governor Collins' sup- the Florida Future Farmers Association made committee by an interim established organizing at- I when he was appointed last January 7 I 71

porters are doing the most talk- a meeting science and math- -- and the project I is I

ing Hear that Public Ser- The week's activity is high- ematics professors in New Orleans steam-rolling at an ever- increasing .
vice Commissioner Ed Mason lighted by the selection of four last pace. i1L 'p :

plans to run against ComptrollerRay outstanding campers-- and pre- Universities year.participating In Present Regional Home Office

Green Possible candi- sentationof awards-- at a ban- planning center include the operations are led by Pruden- .u .

dates Governor include Rob- quet Friday night. Universities I of Oklahoma, tial Insurance Company of Am- SENATORS' WIVES SIT IN SENATE CHAMBER DURING A DAILY SESSION.
ert King High of Miami, former Sponsors of the camp are these Florida erica's $12 millions buildings,
Maryland Georgia
,
,
forest industries American Tur- $340 million vol- t
senator Scott Kelly, Lake- Its premium sr
I North Carolina, and Vanderbilt
:and, Fred Karl Daytona pentine Farmers' Corporation, University North Carolina ume and its more than $10.1

Beach Concensus is that Perry) Container Corporation of State Tech millions annual payroll.
University, Georgia ,
full America Fernandina Beach The Regional Home Offices
Governor Bums will serve a Tulane and Florida
4year term by winning in '66. Gilman Paper Company, St. State. University There are 18 universities are spread throughout Florida,

Reports have it that former Marys Kraft Division, St. Marys, in all with Jacksonville leading the
participating.
Speaker Mallory Home will pit Georgia; The Glidden Company,. Several of these universitieswere field with a t".1 of eight com- A

his strength against Senator Port St. Joe; Escambla Treating visited by the site com- panies an,' groups of companies. -

Wilson Carraway in Leon County Company, Pensacola; Hudson mittee, including Florida Stateon .
, one of the few north flori- Pulp C Paper Company, Palat- May 1. The selection of T'.at total Includes the Caro-

da counties with one senator ka; International Paper Com- FSUwas based on Florida State's lina Group, with two member I
State Treasurer Broward Williams pany, Panama City; Neal Lum- companies and a $750,000 pay- '
science and mathematics
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has gained so much stature ber G Manufacturing Company, strong its Interest in research roll; Employers' Group, with ;:
,
since taking office in Jan- Blountstown; OwensIllinoisClass programs four member companies and a

uary that many in the state who Company, Jacksonville; to improve teaching $658,000 annual payroll; Glen Ji.c
techniques the of departments -
Fernandina presence Falls Insurance Company, witha
are politically knowledgeablefeel Rayon ler Inc. offering doctoratesin
that he may have only token Beach; St. Joe Paper Company, fields with which the Center $900,000 payroll; George
opposition. We hear that Port St. Joe} and St. Regis Paper Washington life Insurance Com
will be concerned, the University's -
Senator Hollohan may have Company, Pensacola. Computing Center and the pany, with 50 employees and a

money problems and may not consideration given Tallahassee $506,000 payroll; St. Louis Insurance -
make the race for Treasurer Croup, with three members -
as "a good town in whichto
Panacea Chamber has had a and$150, 000 payroll; State
SOCIAL' SECURITY' NEWS live and bring up a family.
class for Its Volunteer Fire Department In Farm Group, with four membersand
the interim
inviting com
.. St. George Island a $3.8 millions payroll;
Summer is the most popular mittee to locate the center here
middle and United Insurance Companyof
be
bridge may ready by season for brides and the FSUhas offered to provide "FI-
with a $128,000
October. According to mem- America,
Social Security Administration nancial support and space to Insure -
berstheAnnualFish in Panacea payroll.
Fry
success-noted Sen- has an important message for that the project can get Orlando-Winter Park has four
was a all girls about to be married started without undue financial
or Includ-
and
ator Pete Gibson and children companies groups,
enjoyed the event. Have you recently married.If pressures. ing Shelby Mutual Insurance'

noticed how fast the grass grows you have a social security Company, with 96 employeesand JCONGRESSMnn

lately? .. ,So until the mon- account number card, be sure to FUN FROLIC' SET FOR a $449,000 payroll; Grange

soons cease, let's work for a notify your social security office SATURDAY AT 2:30 Mutual Casualty Company ,
when
better Wakulla you change your with 57 employees a $250- CLAUDE PEPPER
County. AND MRS PEPPER
VISIT 196S
SENATE SESSION
name. A new card will be issued PRESIDENT
showing Members of the Wakulla Coun- 000 annual payroll. CONNOR, LEFT, INTRODUCED PEPPER TO SEIQATE.Ultro .
your new name Phoenix ofHartfojd Croup
with the same account number, ty Horsemen's Association will members employ 38 ant
NOTE OF APPRECIATION' and the social security records meet at the Livestock Pavilionin some $204,000 persons annually I

will be changed to show your Crawfordville, Saturday after- payout in salaries. -Thin Paper
TOt The People of Wakulla new name. noon, July 17, at 2:30. Mutual Liability

County There are more than 100 mil- attend All members and are their encouraged hones fora to Company Michigan, St. Petersburg, hasa Worth 15 Times
lion bring Federal Control
I want to express my appreciation individual accounts in the 35-member staff and pays out Housing
fun horse frolic.
for the social records. Your
opportunity of serv- security some $178,000 annually in sal-
ing In the schools of Wakulla earnings record is kept accord- The public is Invited. aries. Its Weight In T-Bone Seen in

County this past year. I hope Ing to your name and social Other areas of the State have Subsidy Proposal

have been of some value to the security number, and we want CHARGES FILED' BY either just received new Regional [NEW; YORK You'd need
schools because I have received] tomake Hire you get credit for Offices. .
in -
so much value In the your work GAME COMMISSIONPanama Home of or arc about IS pound of Ttxne steak The legislative proposal! for "It Is a new program,"added, :!
friendshipsI
doing
the
have found here. The job here The people in your social security Orlando's process Reserve so.Insurance to match the value of a single lent subsidies has been severely Rep Talcott, "that is oaten!

has truly been a pleasure. office, located at 306 W. City Dallas Jones, and Community Nat- pound of ultra-thin paper made bya attacked in the Congress. sibly directed at providing
Company division of Clark Cot
Jefferson Street, Tallahassee, Tyndall Air Force Base, and ional Life Insurance Company Kimberly Rep Burt Talcott ( -Calif,) housing assistance for tow-
Sincerely, : Ronald R. Tallahassee A rail loaded with
on. car
will King, roral
be
glad to help you change "this is $6 to income families Yet the
H. Regional I office operations have charges that a same
Edgar Moorhead the have been fined $200.00 each this paper would be worth nearly
Coordinator of Guidance card name or on to your social security and placed on probation for a only recently been approved, $2 million. $13.billion bill with built-in bill provides 60000 additional

if yours Is get lost.a duplicatecard period of two years in Wakulla and will not file annual statements The precious paper is used by a guarantees for perpetuationand public housing units for each

I A representative from this office County Court, Crawfordville, until March, 1966. manufacturer in condenser and escalation! for at least 40 of the next four years-almost!
Williams laid
THOMPSON FAMILY, will be at the Courthouse on alligator hunting charges, Commissioner Office capacitors. It can have no holes years whether housing is needed twice the public housing rate
I the latest Regional Home .
REUNION' HELDOn Crawfordville the 2nd Friday according to Game and FreshWater Insurance and must measure only two ten or not." for the past several jear
Chicago -
of every month at 9:30 A. M. Fish Commission records. approved member of thousandths of an inch thick "The proposed rent supplement "Ther can be little doubt
a
July 3, 1965, the Family to assist persons in filing a The offense occurred May 22, the Interstate Company Insurange, Croup the world thinnest paper By comparison program should be eliminated tfe a' the Housing and Urban
1965 in the St. Marks National human hair 10 times
claim is
a
decendants of or other
Reunion of the wanting Information -
Wildlife w1ll begin operations shortly and from the housing bill IVMtVHMwnt Act of 19t35 was

the late Henry W.Mills Thompson Fla. matters.concerning social security Jones and Refuge.King also received will initially employ a dozen thicker.De.ionized water must be used because it provides the vehiclefor encinally an.t still is, aimed at
held in Curtis ,
was. Therewereapproximately 125 suspended sentences of six persons, servicing Florida, to manufacture condenser paper because subsidizing the rents of cvetr'ahtiNR the control and

persons present and the occasionwas months in the county jail. Georgia, and Louisiana the impurities in common more than half the families in fe.rrAtint" the operation of

enjoyed by everyone. I tap water would seriously impair the United States." he said. AtIW'f11I ttrwatR."

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2, THURSDAY. JULY, 1S. 1965 NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR NOTICE OF PROCEEDINGSFOR NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR r NOTICE OF TAX DEED Judge, Wakulla County, Flo- NOTICELOT
TAX DEED THE ABANDONMENT OF TAX DEED rida, In Probate.IN .

I A PORTION OF A DRIVEWAY' I is hereby given, that RE Estate of
Notice
Notice is hereby given, that THROUGH BLOCK D. IN THE Notice is hereby given, that TillisStrickland, Jr., the holder ELLEN B. OLSEN
Jack Tucker, the holder of the SUBDIVISION: OF SURF. W. C. Pearce, the holder of of the following certificateshas Deceased.TOALLCREDiTORS CLEARINGFILL
the certificates has
following certificates has filed following for a
WAKULLA said certificates for a tax deed( To Whom It May Concern: filed said certificates for a tax filed said certificates thereon AND PER-

to be Issued thereon. The cer- You will please take notice deed to be issued thereon. The tax deed to be issued and SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS DMRT

COUNTY NEWS tificate numbers and years of Issuance that the Board of County Com- certificate numbers and years The certificate numbers the description A CA I NS T SAID [STATE -
of Issuance,
the description of the missioners of Wakulla County, of Issuance, the description of years and the !

Telephone WAlnul 1-1101 property and the names In Florida, upon the petition of the property, and the names in of the which property it was, assessedare You and each of you are here- LOT CLEARING
which it was assessed are as fol- certain citizens and free hold- which it was assessed are as fol- names in by notified and required to
claims and demands
49 51 sent FILL
47
any
Certificate No. 7 M. on August 2, A. D. 1964, Certificate No. 8. 7, 6, 4, 3 Certificate No. which or either of DIRT
1963 you, you,
Virginia= Keiphtley Editor'obllaher Year of Issuance 1962 at the County Commissioner'sRoom Year of Issuance 1963 I> Year of Issuance Lot 48, may have against the estate of TOP SOIL
Description rf Property! Lots in the County Court Description of Property! Lots Description Property
Ellen B. Olsen deceased late
Fred KriitMlty 134 and 136 Block 14 Panacea House in Crawfordville, Flori- 17 (C 18 Block N, Aqua deVlda Block D, Lot 5, Block 0, Mag- LAND SCAPING
36 Block of said County, to the County
Park. da, consider and determine Sub. Lots 18 (C 19 Block "R"I| nolia Gardens and Lot
whether the Gardens Sub., Lots "E" Aqua de Vida Subdivision. Judge of Wakulla County, Flo- CONTACT :
Entered at CrawfordvlIU\ Florida Name in which assessed Roy County will vacate, Magnolia
rida his office
Cus- at In the
Jenkins. abandon, discontinue and disclaim 406 Block 34, Lot 13 Block Name in which assessed! court
ni second clan matter Submrip All of said property being in any and all right of the 26 and Lots 1 (t2 Block 25, tav Rehn, Wilma Porter, Annie house of said County at Craw- EMMITT REVELL

linn .,t'* |3 00 per year the County Wakulla, State of County and the public in and to Townsite of St. Marks. E. Smith. fordville, Florida, within six RT 1 BOX 141
:. Florida. that portion of a driveway in Name in which assessed: N. All of said property being in calendar months from the time

Unless such certificate or certificates Block D of the Subdivision of A. Johnson, Rancie McKinney, the county of Wakulla, State o. of the first publication of this SOPCIIOPPY FLA.
Surf shown Stoutamire Thomas Ash- Florida. notice. Two copies of each OR CALL TALLAIIASSrrB22
shall be redeemed ac- as by plat thereof Ben I
cording law the property des- recorded on page 222 of Deed ton and Ben Stoutamire. Unless such certificate or cer- claim or demand shall be in 2 1 97 I
REAL ESTATE cribed in such certificate or Book 17, of the public records All of said property being in I tificates shall be redeemed according writing and shall state the

certificates will be sold to the of W a k ulla County, Florida, the County of Wakulla, State to law the property described place of residence and post office -

Homey Acreage highest bidder at the court house described as follows, to-witt of Florida. in such certificate or of the claimant, and shall
lots door on the first Monday in Begin at the southeast cor- Unlesssuchcertificate or certificates will be sold to the be sworn to by the claimant,

Waterfront Month of August, 1965, whichIs ner of Lot One of Block D tificates shall be redeemed highest bidder at the court his agent, or attorney and accompanied -

WILLIAMSREALTY the 2nd day of Aught:, 1965. in the subdivision of Surf, cording to law the property cel-l house on the first Monday in by a filing fee of

HENRY BROKER Dated this 29th day of June, Florida, as per plat of record cribed in such Month of August, 1965, whichis one dollar and such claim or demand TREE
1965. in Deed Book No. 17, certificates will be sold to the 2nd day of August, 1965. not so filed shall be void. WONDER

Phone Marks. o..rtdaI Moody Pearce page 222 of the Public Records highest bidder at the courthouse I Dated this 29th day of June, The Tallahassee Bank and

1 St. Clerk of Circuit Court of of Wakulla County door on the first Mondayin I' Trust Company

I Wakulla County, Florida Florida, and run east to the Month of August 1965, 'I 1965.Moody Pearce By James B. David, Jr.

I 718, 15,22,29. southwest comer of Lot No. which is the 2nd day of August, I Clerk of Circuit Court of Assistant Trust OfficerAs
7 of said Block D, thence 1965. Wakulla County, Florida Administrator the Estateof
-.-. --...-.-. -- -- run north to the northwest Dated this 29th day of June, 78,15,22,29.BOARD Ellen B. Olsen, deceased.

I You Need. corner of said Lot 17, thence 1965. 4t-711. 8,15.22.
NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR run west to the northeast Moody Pearce

I Office-Supplies TAX DEED comer of 1.013 of said BlockD Clerk of Circuit Court of I

Itasiness Machine' thence run South to the Wakulla County, Florida OF COUNT:

I' o Office Furniture Notice is hereby given, that point of beginning, being 78,15,22,29.In CO COMMISSIONERS KULLA :
St. Joe Paper Company, the the south one hundred and COUNTY, FLORIDAList JWORLD'S
S Call
I' ** or holder of the following certifi- fifty ((150)) feet of a certain of Warrants Drawn On The\

RANEY WHALEYat cates has filed said certificatesfor driveway running north and General Fund FASTEST
the Circuit Court of the Second -
a tax deed to be issued south through said Block D. July 2, 1965 I SHADE
Circuit In and
thereon. The certificate num- PERSONS INTERESTED MAY For Wakulla Judicial County, ,Florida Willard Carter, 179.32; Ralph Frttft Proof, GuoronlnJ

CAPITAL OFFICE bers and years of issuance, the APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT In Chancery. Case No. _. Strickland, 188.00; C C org" I Return Dead or Alive
EQUIPMENT CO. description the property, and THE TIME AND PLACE ABOVE Young, 184.75; Wi ilium l D. I Ft. 5.00 P. P. Y.., round.
the names in which it was assessed SPECIFIED. WILLIE FREEMAN, Walker, 184.75; John D.uts: I Pictures Literatim. Writ.
319 South Adams St. are as follows Plaintiff, 200.00; Moody Pearce, 400 00; C..,', Nursery, V Mi.
Corner E. Board of Commis-
I'ennaeolaTALLAHASSEE. Certificate No. 21, 22, 23 County vs. -DIVORCE Emmett C. Ferrell, Jr. .S 1. (aitof U.S. 41 on Hwy. 44
FLORIDA sioners, Wakulla County, Inverness, Florida
Year of Issuance 1961 Florida PEARL FREEMAN, 21jJ.; M. Cwin, 382.28ev; -
Description of Property) lot Defendant.
188.00
/Willard Carter man Harper, ; Sheryl
:
By
12, Square 4, Lots 7-10-11, Ferrell I69.75j Margaret 0.
_. I Chairman NOTICE TO APPEAR ;
Square 6 and Lots 8 and 10, lt-7/15. High, 169. 75; Johnie Limbaugh,
I.KOV SEPTIC. TANKSERVICE. Square 11, Town of Wa.seta. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: 184.75; Lois P. Willis, 184. 75, Z
Name in which assessed Un- Pearl Freeman 94,00 Doroth
; H. Hudson
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known. In The Circuit Court of The Address) Unknown
E. Nazworth 87.37Ia FLORIDA STATE
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Second Judicial Circuit of flo-
". Clean Out All of said property being in You are hereby notified that a I Walker, 4.62; Hugh M. Taylor,
rida In and For Wakulla
,
the County Wakulla, State of suit for divorce has been brought 4.62; Ben C. Willis 4.62,
Repair County In Chancery.No.
Florida. 1338. against you in the Circuit Courtof Cuyte P. McCord, Jr. 4.62;
New Installation Unless such certificate or cer- Wakulla County, Florida, in William D. Hopkins, 6.16; No".. ..chow
The Best For Lets tificates shall be redeemed according Floyd Wayne! WILLIAMS, Chancery, by Willie Freeman, Harry Morrison, 4.62; Ivey C. I ing NOW SHOWING

to law the property described Plaintiff, and you are hereby required to Cox, 5.55; Helen Bosenberg,

Telephone In such certificate or vs. .DIVORCE. file i with the Clerk of the Cir I 12.95; R. W. Ervin, III, 25.-

Tallahassee 877-177.3 certificates will be sold to the Orphia WILLIAMS, cuit Court your written appear- 00; U. R. Lawhon, 120.77; Wait Disney's Elizabeth Taylor
sifter GOO j highest bidder at the court Defendant. ance in said suit and to serve a N. S. Brown, 88.77; George
: p.m. house door on the first Monday Richard Burton
ORDER OF PUBLICATION copy of same on plaintiff's attorney L. Harper, 550.00; Mrs. George "THE MONKEY'SUNCLE"
in Month of August, 1965, on or before the 2nd day Nesmith, 100.00; Jimmie B. and Eva Marie Saint
which the 2nd day of August, STATE OF FLORIDA TO of August, A.D. 1965. Herein A kes, 55.42; L. D. Taylor,

Dees Barber ShopFOUR 1965. Orphia Williams, fail not or the bill in this cause 323.33 ; Ray E. Green ".\ COUNTRY COYOTE "THE SANDPIPER"GOES
Dated this 2<>th day of June, Route No. 2, 187.87 Fund
1965. will be taken pro confesso. I Compt. ; OASI HOLLYWOOD"PERRY
Ramseur, N. C. Witness the Honorable W. May ; 109.54; American HeritageIns.

POINTS Moody Pearce You are hereby notified that a Walker, Judge of the said Court, 35.42; Witholding Tax
Clerk of Circuit Court of complaint for divorce has been and the Seal thereof, at Craw : A/C, 166.85; Moody Pearce, ..

BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 Wakulla County, Florida filed against you in the Circuit fordville, Wakulla County, Flo- Clerk, 98.80; Talquin Electric HIGHWAY W CAPITOL DRIVE-IN
7/8,15,22,29. Court of Wakulla County, Florida rida this 28th day of June, Coop. 1.00; Wakulla County JH
} OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE HWr.
OPEN TIL in Chancery. You are D. 1965. A'I News, 28.00; Yaeger Inc. ,
8:00: P.M. FRIDAYS herebyrequired to file (person- Moody Pearce 893. Vb; Emmett C. Ferrell, e ,

ally or by attorney) with the Clerk of Said Court Jr. 45.90; Moody Pearce ,
REGISTRATION
OF
Clerk of said Court, and send a /sMoody Pearce Clerk 324.35; SoutheasternTel. Today, Fri. G Sat
CR4DY HHITFIELDHWOLD FICTITIOIS: NAMES copy of the same to the attor- George L. Harper Co. 30.36; Capital Of- Today thru Sat

Wethe undersigned, being duly ney for the plaintiff, your written Attorney at LawCrawfordvUle fice Equip. 124.07; Bowen
BUES-CRtDY HUIIERS swom!do hereby declare under defenses, if any, to the Florida Supply Co. 142.13; Roberts "YOUR CHEA TIN' HEART'
oath that the of all complaint in said cause, on or for Plaintiff (CSon Inc. 6.90 M. Gwin
DEE COOK. Owner names Attorney ; J J. "BEACH BLANKET BINGO" | and
: persons interested in the business before July 26, 1965. Herein 4t71.8.15.22.MINUTES Tax Coll. 9.44; L. D. Taylor,
"E GIVE J
S&JI GREEN sy niPs
or profession carried on un- failnot, judgment by default 66.00; Fine G( Forfeiture Fund, and "KIMBERLY JIM""TAKE
der the of Culf will be entered against you. 3,000.00. J. 69.34
name Specimen OF THE WAKULLA ; Hodge, ; HER, SHE'S MINE" !
Company at Panacea, Florida, WITNESS my hand and the A. W. McKenzie, 52.97; L. F. and
(P. 0. Box and the extent seal of said Court at Crawford- COUNTY SCHOOL ON Jones, 69.28 Yaeger Inc. and
237)), 25 1965 ; 1 TIME ROUM
JUNE SECOND
,
GLARE'SSHOP uf the interest of each is as fol- villa, Wakulla County, Florida, 133.75; Ray E. Green, Compt., THE
lows! this 23rd day of June, 1965. The meetingwas called to order 14.25; OASI Fund, 12.91. "STATE FAIR"

Name Jack J. Rudloe. /MooPearce by the Chairman, Mr. Rod- Fine C Forfeiture Fund

& Extent of Interest: 100%. Clerk of Circuit Court denberry. Members presentwere W. R. Taff, Sheriff, 2,312.49
Wakulla County Florida Mr Paulk, Mr. Posey, ;
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/s/ Jack J. Rudloe J. H. Hudson, 246. SO; Albert
and Rodden-
(SEAL) Mr. Strickland Mr.
Whaley, 6.00; Ford McCallis-
State of Florida J. H. HudsonP. berry.Moved. ter, 5. SO; William C. Hardin, r
EARLY AMERICAN: Comity of Wakulla O. Box 66Crawfordville by Mr. Strickland, seconded 75
6.
George Gibbs 5.10
; ,
FRENCH PROVINCIAL Sworn to and subscribed beforeme Florida by Mr. Paulk, that bills Lawhon, 5.25; Delbert Roberts; Guy, NOTICE I ISUGAR

VICTORIAN this 23rd day of April, A.D. Attorney for Plaintiff. be paid as presented. 6.00; Crover C. Whaley, 6.SO I
FURNITURE 1965. 4t-6/24. 7/1.8. 15 Voting for the motion Mr. Leon C. Crum, 6.50; George; SPECIALS FRU SAT, MON. AND TUGS.

/s/ A. L. Porter Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Strick- Wlldren, 5.10; James R. Lynn,
Phone 385-1222 Notary Public, State of Florida SUBSCRIBE land and Mr. Roddenberry. 6.50; James High, 5.10; T. A.
1901 N. Monroe St. at Large. My Commission Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded Raker, 5. 50; Frank R. Rabenau -
I Nov. 20 by Mr. Paulk, that the
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA expires ,
6.50 Louis
Robison
4.30
; ,
;
1968. TOTHE Peoples' Bank of Tallahassee be
Mary Dalton, 4.30 Adelia McKenzie
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(SEAL) designated as the official depository
THENEWS 4.40 William P. Mc-
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6/24. of the General Fund
Kenzie 4.40.
Account of Wakulla County ,
491
Road (C Bridge FundC.
-- Board of Public Instruction.
Tallahaamt Buslrwws Finn Voting for the motion Mr, W. Pelt, 137.72; J. C. Har-

Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Strick- 11851 125.85 W. W. Oaks,
land and Mr. Roddenberry.Moved Carlton Harvey, 125.-
by Mr. Paulk, seconded 85; R. R. Nichols, 125.85; A. Fresh Grade '
DIRECTORYPalornli by Mr. Posey, that the board B. Spears, 104.88; C. W. Allen A FRYERS, lb. 29c

.adjourn. 104.88; Cajer Posey, 104.
Voting for the motion Mr. 88; Louie Posey 102.99; Erie I

Then Advert ken Paulk, Mr. Posey Mr. Strick- Wallace, 104.88: ;; C. Mathers, SIRLOIN STEAK |lb. 69c

land and Mr. Roddenberry.S. 116.95; Melton Cray, 104.88;;
Coy Sanders, 104.88; Ray E.
E. Roddenberry, Green, Comps 141.85} OASI Smoked PORK.CHOPS lb. 89c

FRM ChairmanWilliam ? Fund, 129.56; American Heri- ,
Little Folks Store, E. Whaley, tage Ins. 9.00H. & W. Co. -
Inc. O. I. GRAMLING Superintendent 27.40; Fla. Equip. Co. 46.- NABISCO COOKIE TREATSIb. .39c
JE i "Tho 49 Wakulla
FEEDS Capital' ; Pharmacy, 1.13; t.-1 -
!Major for Minors" & CO. Pigott's Garage, 153.20; Tallahassee .

CAiUrcn's fvnuturt Toys, Tire Co. 6.50; Tall. TOMATOES No. 303 2 for 25c
Games Hobbui One-Stop Service for Snorkels Fins C Mach. can, ,
Afetiiann Welding Shop, 46.15
Flint River Baby ; II
Mills
133 N. Monroe St Ph. 222-1146 FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry Talquin Elec. Coop. 6.02. I
=WII S. Monroe ,ph. PICKLES '
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223-0274 --- -- -- -- Supplies Are De RigueurAt M.xed-i6. oz. 29c !


.Garden ToolsSo. Wet Graduation Irish POTATOES 10 L6 99c
Adam at S.A.LR.R.
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TA Par Bowe"Anything Phone 223-0173 unusual CHICAGO graduation- The ceremony world's most hada ANTS MAN OVER 40 Spring Farm Evap. MILK, 3 for 39c i iI

for your auto truckor most unusual problem. FOR WAKULLA AREA I

Liglt.CV': : I. and Regular trmctor. Also for your power When the Midwest Chapter of We need a good BANANAS
: Blotkt, j I lawnmower and much for Jour the Ban over 40 2lbs.c 5c i
American
boat I Red Cross wanted to who can lake short auto trips
Hanson, Wood and. 208 N. Adam. SL Ph. 222.5380 dunutue its water safety and lifesaving for about a week at a t=ae.

S.heel Adam.Ind.St. at,'4-Polnts Inc. Capital Stone Co. to instruction hold i graduation classes it are.mony decided earnings.We are willing to pay top NOW AND HAVE ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OF KODAK FILM I I

Ttl. 222-5840 P. O. Box ""1 Since 1W8 under water. $16.300 In a Year Plus DEVELOPING SERVICE AVAILABLE
What to use for making the dig
MARBLE GRANITE
BRONZE- trifled diplomas? Kimbery-CUrk a NEW CAR as a Bonus
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MEMORIALSCffiutory Corporation a leading paper producer Our top yen In other parts of
had just the answer in its the country draw exceptionalearnings
WtrkjfAU fytwfS0 waterproof Texoprint plastic paper. BULK SEE A
Yeal'tr, up to 118. SOO In a L [ FERTILIZER
W. Gain* St.-T.L 2284)711) The diplomas were issued with. year. This opening in the

Inc. Walter ,. Buchan, Mgr. out a hitch on the bottom of Chi Wakulla area is worth Just as SHOP

cago's Ida Crown pool where faculty such to the right aan. A. J. LOCALLY ANn AVE i
and class, complete with fin
Dlckerson,
Jnmrajut mud Bondi President Southwestern -
end
snorkels, went through the Petroleum

114 S. Adam* St-T.l. 222-4680 TV graduation cameras paces looked as reporters and 534 N. Main Street Corporation Fort PIGOTT'S STORE
on.
forth 1. Teiaa .
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I(OULD YOU LIKE TO EARN MONEY MILE '

LEARNING AUTO MECHANICS ? B't' ,-,,,,,


A ParadoxBy OUID YOU LIKE A JOB GUARANTEED TO r 'I

rou WHEN YOU'VE FINISHED THE COURSE

Senator E. I. BARTLETT (D.-Alaskae )
THE MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT ACT
"
LAW 'Reupect
RESPECT FOR
WILL PAY YOU $28 A WEEK PLUS $5 PER for the law III the flrst t
\\' are.a wealthy nation, the Wealthiest( \ !' in nil hutorvVot !' A DAY TRAVEL EXPENSE ,"
HILD AND UP TO $5 duty of every American reminds
it Ha paradox that within. our own border. in AT 4
Murphy
the midst of plenty, there should i b<' American citizens TO TAKE AUTO MECHANICS Sen. George
"The alternative
R Calif)
as poor in the, as world hungry, as unfortunate us LIVELY TECHNICAL SCHOOLN is( anarchy: : arnarchy such as I
any
IF'OU prevails! among the human derelicts -
AND
WEEKS.
OUR GENEROSITYWe TALLAHASSEE FOR 38 who inhabit our criminal -

have used our wealth with un- COMPLETE THE COURSE SUCCESSFULLYYOU and subversive under- "

paralleled generosity: to rebuild Europe ARE GUARANTEED A JOB worlds! I cannot help feeling
and to assist! the developing! peoples that today we are playing a

across! the worlde< have used: it to YOU MUST BE BETWEEN THE AGES OF dangerous! 'game' with tfcese m.

!stamp out pellagra und caws in cooperation and with this colorful Mediterranean -
indulging table
BEFORE JULY 19PLEASE derelicts, we are Add sparkle to your lumnicttime
AND 30 AND APPLY ,
19 olives
with t \\oild Health Seuicee excusing and rationalizing the Salad bright with cherry tomatoes, black ripe

: have used it to save many millions of OffICE OF which they pose to and cubed green avocadc Gelatin-
Salad
AT TilE menace the JI'Il-0
: APPLY for the salad is new
people from starvation through our tood Foqndation This is
and garlic seasonings.
society onion !
.LA SUPERINTENDENT Salad Flavor-with
I I. L.1.,1. for-peace program, Our Peace Corpsis MKULLA COUNTY SCHOOL 4> > one Italian of four new salad gelatin flavors with built-in seasonings,

bringing\ encouragement, hope, and WILLIAM E. WHALEYFOR RIGHTS "Ma- : planned to make it easy for you to put wholemeal salads, celery on the,
mixed vegetable
MINORITY
illiterate and the 'orlde able this summer The other flavors are
friendship: to the poor across \\ DfcTAIlSTRAVEL'GLANCE. ;
FIJHTI1ER \ jority rule has always been the and seasoned tomato.
nation. It is time this generositywas
\\ are a generous
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political
of our system Salad
essence Mediterranean!
harnessed for the benefit of our own unfortunatt of ," states Rep John Er'en'! 1 package ((3 oz.) Italian 1/2 tray (T to 10) ice cubes
President Johnson recognized the importance born (R-Ill.I) "but only after flavor salad gelatin 2 teaspoons minced onion
looking after our own unfortunate when he asked the lareful consideration has ht>en 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 cup diced avocado
"to ag.tinst this enemy" poverty boiling water 1/2 cup sliced cherry tomatoes
88th Congress move to the of the 1 cup
Riven opinion sliced ripe
and to meet it with "the same strength! and dtttrmma .. (I Io minority Majority steamroller 2 teaspoons vinegar 2 tablespoons olives
which brought us victory in war" :: I considered
tion \ e tactics haw been Dissolve gelatin and salt in boiling water Add vinegar, ice
I evaluate the .
Congress! now has the opportunity to 'flck foreign to our way of life und ;uhos, and onion; stir constantly until thil'kened-about 3 mmutes
:otll'ceCi'of the War on Poverty Programe must bear '. our political beliefs If the first !Remove any annulled Ice. Fold in remaining ininedients
I in mind as we review the activities in this field that) hundred days of the 89th Con-< Pour into a 3-cup mold and chill until firm. Unmold Makes

the problems which create poverty did not come into, BEST RELIGIOUS PILGRIMAGE FOR FLORIDIANS gress are anything to judge b\, il out 3 cups or 4 to servings: .

existence overnight nor are they going! to be eliminated Dr Ted Richardson, San Antonio District Methodist Church these beliefs: hive bun dis: I I
must ,review this program constructively superintendent, will escort a Mission Tour of South America, ." I
overnighte leaving Miami, Oct 11, returning Nov, 2 Visits to Peru Bolivia, larded I
its impUm '
and 4
to strengthen improve for $1,295. Arranged by
: Chile, Argentina Brazil and Panama NOTICE, I
tation. I McNeel Travel Agency of San Antonio Rep Richard Poff ( R-\u ) NOTICEAll

WHAT WAR HAS DONE I ADVENTURE United-e Touring- Company has many toursin has drawn atttntion to the Attorney Deadline for News Copy it Cards of Thanks for Loved I
The War on Poverty ell'o'tll are impitssive East Africa ranging from an hour to days. A threedaytour GI'llt'rnl'tl'! t timonv IM- 9:30 A.h1. on Tuesdays. Due Friends published in
Already over 200,000 >oinjr nun and women haw leaves Mombasa for Tsavo Game Reserve, spending two fore a House subcommittee, in to production costs, it has become Ones or III Count News -
volunteered for the Job Colas! Even major city has: nights in the Game Park Reserve covers 8.OCX) square of miles Mt. which he pointed out that necessary to emo-cx news The W a k u in advance.
Cents
lOll 500( community action and Is the largest in Kenya Beautiful views available deadline. Fifty I Ity i
planning wild the crimp rate his copy
instituted poverty rhino and many other species of since 195rt II iI
30 twice the numbti I Kilimanjaro and elephant Please help us to give you a II I I
programs were funded by 'me animals can be photographed!: at close range At Mzima Springs increased five times faster than ,
originally anticipated. I -where most of Disney's "African Lion" was filmed-you can population growth" better paper. Editor I
lleadstart! esta dished to reach p:'e-strool see hippo crocodile and tropical fish Tsavo trips by privatecar
Operation .45 each in a partyof ---- I
children from$220.70 for one person to $73
children is in operation It till bring GOO.O()(( range
four.
I and then ,
to Child Development Cent 'rs where they ..
1-
to participate more fully in AIRLINE TRIP OF THE MONTH Look Into Vacation.
will be prepared
.
I parents Time Tours' $495: 15-day journey and Its $595 21 day plan o o :5, 5
American life. tour in Europe and also a p
Amm The former offers a five-capital
In the first six! months of he program 15.217 Portugal-Spain outing, The $595 tab has five trips: Continental,
asked to become \'IS1'oluntcerll.. Many molt Continental Riviera. Continental Intrigue, Casbnh and a seven- -..
cans selected jet airfare, hotel,
Those Included Roundtrip transatlantic
,dications : capital tour. :
then
in
have since sent ar transfers and transportation tour director,
Indian I icsuva; sightseeing all
will work with migrant la ours on breakfast every day and luncheon or dinner, tips. U S, departure

tions, in urban and rural cc nmunit.action programs: : point is N, Y
!, sch, ls I and in institutions: toi -
>
hospitals:
in slum areas, A 25 cent
doing :so. VOYAGE OF THE MONTH per
the mentally i1lan.! retarded Some! are aluad ot l the redu tfnAn all round trip bookings on S. s, UnitStates,
I Michael Harrington ha'I'lltl'1l eloquently' world's fastest ship, and S, S. America, popular luxury liner,
ironic persistence of "the ot ir America the America provided the eastbound departure takes place between 30 Oct days 1 Illj"t r,
exceed
I in Europe does not
of lationil atlluinti and Feb 28 and the stay
of the in a context Ports are: LcHavre,
I poor Amenta" It exclusive of days of arrival and departure. I
We must work to eliminat this 'othei Southampton, Bremerhaven and, of course, New York. Rates: sN M., L.. un
I our responsibility to see hat :3:> million Annncans: One way: S, S, United States to Southampton first class I
is opportunity tourist, $21050 S S America:
the and
,
who live without hope ire !given $423.50; cabin, $26550
now themsehes \\ei ust: eliminate what (liwgtBernaid First class, $361; tourist, $212. kL
to improve -
I' Shaw called the w' ise: dime all-PO\'II NOW
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4 door Rtanen capes ( eyllndtr 4 door, radio, hotter Md auto-
I with standard raniinlulm, aril mule Irtnimlnlon
rsMfh Jo* mileage,

I 1958 Chevrolet $495

VI 4 door aUUMi widen, d
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ridlo minion haator.and automatic pewee atcartnf Iran*,

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1964 Monza $1695
Coup. 4 m iho floor, rillo and
hoaicr B 1961 Comet $895
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If
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Dial the area code of the point you wish to Economy C cylinder 4 door a
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904 ma, tlo not dial the area cede You will now be $1995 4I

required, however, to dial tome 305" area code I 4 door I *erUndor w1l ovirdrlvo itindardtriiumliilo 1963 Chevrolet $1395

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you she will 1964 Chevy II\ $1695
dialed direct,
.. If the point you want can be t door with radio: hotter, andiglomiUe 1962 Saab $495
code. trimmliilon 1 door Import, economy ipoclal
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THURSDAY JULY 15. 1965! : Ry. IcuKi C. Sa pp RICT MANAGER DuPont Offers

Mrs. R. P. McKenzie and daughter nappointment of Frank D.
SUMMER JOB Lisa Kay, left lor California White as District Manager oflallaMssee Self-
REPORT IN FLORIDA Saturday afternoon to visit office of the Industry
her other daughter, Unda. Administration
Jobopenings announced to far [ today Atlanta
In the President's Summer Jobs Mr. and Mn. W. L. Folsom of I Brown, Acting Training Course I
for Youth Campaign by Florida Tallahassee visited his aunt, Mn. Regional Director, Department II II I
Emplo>erstotal7,737, accord- Louise Sapp, Monday, July S. I oi Health, Education and Well' More than 60 programmed I
ingtoa report released by Secretary Oth guests included Mn. Sapp's Mr. White succeeds Mr. developedby I II
of labor W. Wlllai sister and family, Mr. and Kin. r Kehoe, who died May instruction courses .
Yviru. Crady Land and son, Milan, of I Du Pont to train its own employees I
The campaign, announced in St. Petersburg; Mr. and Mrs White is a native of InMO in basic industrial
late May, was designed to develop Jim Revell and daughters, Terri) South Carolina, and completed skills are now being made generally -
500,000 summer Jobs for and Deborah of Ocala; Mn. Re- his education at Inman available through the
the more than 2,000,000 young veil (the f vmerAeiltand is the Public Schools and C 1 ems 0 n company's new Industrial
people 16to21>cars of age expected niece of Mrs. Sapp). While here College, South Carolina. Af- Training Service at Wilmington -
to hit the labor force In the Re>ell family attended the ter two years military service Delaware. The number of
June. Retell Reunionheld at Mt. Bea- wi$} the 82nd Airborne Divi- is expected to be ,
Recognizing the need and sot Church, which was believedto sicp,; Fort Bragg, North Caroling courses Parris Island, S. C. (FHTNC) SANDERS LRUMMr.
sensing the highly cooperative have been the largest reunionin Mr. White entered CovgJgsaentservicewith doubled within a year.
offered 11Marine Private W H.
,
being June
the Social The courses
throughoutthenation -
of employer yean to announce
spirit the President has Administration in Rock at nominal cost were prepared Porter, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. and Mss Nolan A. Sanders of Sopchoppy are pleased Eddie -
Ml. and Mrs O. S. Moore of Carolina in 1956. I Du Pont supervisors who R. Porter of Route 2, Crawford- the engagement of their daughter, Sherida, to George .
raised the goal to 750,000 jobs. by
Vice-President Hum &ey, at Lake City visited Mn. Moore's 'I'ry-l, 2 yean in Rock Hill, were carefully trained in the ville, Fla. scheduled to Crum, son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Crum of Sopchoppy.The of the bride-
I 15 recruit 10 the home
from at
chairman of the President's Task sister,. Mr Delma Roberts, recent ed in progressively more exacting techniques of writ graduate June wedding is set for September .
) The Mores were" returning training at the Marine Corps
in
elect Sopchoppy.
Colum-
) in
Force in the job drive, appealed positions instruction the Superin-
ing programmed Parris Island Secretary to
mountains North Recruit employed as
from the in District Office, Depot Miss Sanders is presently
adults of bia. Mississippi .
the 116,000,000 on-the-
to have cot courses and who were S. C. Board of Public Instruction.Her
Carolina where they a tKexVtlanta Office tendent of the Wakulla County
full Regional ,
the country to lend their the subjects. Island is the recruit Business College in Jack-
tage. I i4 the national headquarters job experts on Parris fiance was graduated from Massey
i
.
R. F. Jackson
SUDDOlt."You
devel for Marines who bookkeeper to
--f he I office of the Social Security The training program training center sonville and is presently employed as
at can this stage Ip our of young life to people take Mr. aDd's.. !k&n Beasley are A4ninistiation i in Baltimore. oped at a cost exceeding enlist east of the Mississippi Machinery and Metal Company in Tallahassee.
vacationing, In their mounts in tomestothe Tallahassee as- Z.OOOOOO is being made avail River.
toward
that first step becoming Park. his 11 weeks of recruit
self-sufficient in the ir work cottage atogal State sL from twoyean as Sen- able to provide a real boost to During
Blaimille Georgia, until )July- training under veteran non-
ff Assistant in the Atlanat of the industrial
them to earn the upgrading
or helping
careen commissioned officer Drill Instructors -
17 then they will;: visit MnFcasle
He is -
Office. married
them Regional of the
the money that will keep ta skills and productivity he is learning small
Mn. Ullie
-'s mother. ,
in school. Andthe rewards win > to the former Corrie Norris
1
Clark, Clarkaon.: S. C. Georgia they nation arms marksmanship, bayonet y
accrue to all of us, he stated. of Jeffersonille ; and methods of self- "
haw a son, Frank, 18 months. fighting, I raj
Miss Urine Rev ell returned TJe Tallahassee Office serves Florida Nursery I protection, as well as receiving I I IJ
S.at\l lay to: Dothan, Ala? where Lieu Franklin, Cadsden, Jef- instruction in military drill,
CRAWfORD V I L LE she is spending the summer fEspta, Liberty, Taylor, and Sends Balmy Climate history and traditioni of the
PERSONALSMiss months wrath' her sister, Mrs. Paul Wakulla Counties,providing assistance Marine Corps, and other academic -'r
Smith. Elaine spent several days applicants for social With Tropical Plants subjects.
Ann Houghton of Dunedin here with her father, Hardie Re- security benefits and providing He will be assigned to Camp
is visiting her uncle and veil., aU Other services related to old- APOPkA, Ha. Shipping a Lejeune, N. C. for at least :4 11'+
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. age; survivors, and disability goldfish across the country may be fourweeks advanced infantry
Smith for a week, after which, Ralph BK-H-n was rushed to Tal-I inswance benefits under the tough but Johns Nursery of Apop'ka combat training before being
she will join her parents, Mr. lahassee Memorial Hospital Social Security Act. has things tough, too assigned I to a school or to a
and Mrs Allen Houghton, fora Friday Incoming and we are The nursery has to wrap and Marine combat or support unit.
trip to the Blue Ridge Mount- to say he is recovering from a ship a warm climate with the
ains on a camping tour. heart attack. His daughter. Mrs Florida Roberts is taking potted green plants it sells to retailers Barbershop lore
Waher Kemp, and two grand- to Tennessee with Mr. and all over the world.
I Mr. and Mrs Hart> Pelt and children, armed Friday evening : oodrow Whetstone of Tal- The plants are sold in supermarkets !NEENAH" Wis Ever wonder
family relumed home last week toS'Cnd \acation, not knowing a e. and drug and variety stores why the barber wraps the tissue
from a week's vacation In the of his illness until they arrived. in January'sbone
around
the >'ear even strip around your neck before giving -
mountains. Theirhome i is in Pure e U'ille, Sat-
returned rold
Norma Rudd crunching haircut
a
\ .. after three weeks with relatives To the plants the nur
protect
urday health regulations
I Mr. and Mrs. George Cibbs, In most states,
from East- in Corpus Christi, Tex. arty lines the inside of each shipping
The Brown famih it as a sanitary precaution
David and Donnie, are vacationing require
with fluffy, inexpensive -
a
Harm' family on carton Ihepauon'
,
'isitedthe !? strips
The disposable protect
Florida
in Sweet Water, point interior
afternoon. Mr and Mn. Amos Langston, blanket of Kimpak neck from contact with the
this week. Sunday Ronald and family, material Made: by Kim-
,
eir son, packaging cloth which reused
,
is
Mn vrace Patton has returned Huntsville, Ala. spent a becly-Clark Corporation, this wood! hair-catching rT.-: .
I home from the University Hospital ew.days" vacation at Mexico fiber product has nearly eliminated when The Kimberly-Clark practice Rot its start Corporation in 1923 ._ '
in Gainesville SW'h. frost damage to plants ,
I .
r .. developed the first Sanek tissue A SUCKER FOR A DEER-Pretty little Cheryl Buskins. daughter
i strips The product caught on fast of Mr and Mrs. Robert Baskins, Ocala shares her all-day-sucker
probably aided by a national with one of the friendly deer at the Deer Ranch at Florida Silver .
trend for more cleanliness in public the and one of the prettiest
places which started after World Springs. Cheryl is youngest,
War I, Silver Springs models
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STATEMENT OF CONDITIONS OF JUNE 30, 1965 derfully true. You can repay

the loan in convenient monthly -
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I ASSETS t installments out of income.
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I Cash on Hand and in Banks-----S 1,379,358.94 Savings Accounts . . . $23,910,157.93


First Mortgage loans. . . 24. 98.11.01 Advoncel from Federal

, Other loans 175655.60 j, m. Loan Bonk. . . 2050000.00
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Accounts.
Loans on Savings in Prexess. . . 904,618..41

Investments and Securities . 853890.63 '!t.:

f.red Income . . . 94,743.13
Land Office Building and

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