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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 29, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
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LETTER TO THE EDITORDear WAKULLA COUNTY 4-H'ERS WAKULLA COUNTY JAYCEESWIN ASC COMMITTEE 1T':

Editor RETURN FROM CAMP DISTRICT NOMINATIONS BEING .

May I use the media of your SOFTBALL TOURNEY ACCEPTEDA

publication to correct the think- Wakulla County 4-H boys and
ing of some of the citizens of I girls returned Friday from a The Wakulla County Jaycees slate of nominees for men .
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this area? week at 4-H Summer Camp at topped all competition in the bershipontheASC county com- I
.. It seems that I have been the I Cherry Lake. Cindy Russ ant round-robin Softball tournament mittee will soon be established
topic of conversation this summer I John Taylor received special held In conjunction with the attheASCS County Office .
when many people were awards for being elected Most District II Caucus at Chattahoochee The present ASC Committee is: ,, -

afraid that I might be considered I Outstanding girl and boy campers last weekend. making a special effort to encourage -
for the position of Supervisor for the week. District II is comprised of Jay- the greatest possible

of Wakulla County Schools or John Taylor was cabin leade cee Clubs from Marianna, Chat- participation of eligible voters ,
the Principal of Crawfordvill< of the best boys cabin of the tahoochee, Quincy, Tallahassee in the election. Any county resident -

High School. First, I would, week. The other cabin members F.S.U. and Wakulla who is eligible to take
like to say that I did not ask tbe < from Wakulla County were County. part in an ASCS farm program I
placed in either of these po- Donald Taylor and Frank Ra- The business session of the may vote and may hold officeas

sitions.i I was asked and led to< benau. Caucus was presided over by a committeeman regardless> ,
believe that I would serve as Cindy Russ an\l Sara Nazworth District Vice President Jim of race, color, creed, or nat-
Supervisor, but I did not seek were cabin members from the Joanas, and reports were given ional origin. The election of J
that either. Had I been chosen, best girls cabin. Sheryl Thompson by each club president on their committee members take office -
I would have tried to help im- of Leon County was the cabin planned activities for the year.In October 1 will be held by
prove the educational sltuat'o.' FUQUA WORKS FOR leader. the softball activity that mail balloting August 1627.J. MISS SUSAN: IRENE HOlLINGER

in our county to the best of my PASSAGE OF MEASURE Other 4-H'ers attending from followed the business session, K. Moore, Chairman, Wa-
ability. I am qualified and experienced Wakulla County were Chuckie the powerful bats and nifty base kulla County Agricultural Stabilization HOLLINGER WEST
but it seems those Congressman Don Fuqua made Deal, William Clover, Randy running of the local club was and Conservation
facts were not the issue.In a strong plea before the Houseof Petty, Gary Alhburn, Myron too much for the other competition. Committee said today that Mr. and Mn. Richard B. Hol-
most states and in the coun- Representatives' Governmental Porter, Andy Harper, jimmy The first game saw Chat- farmers who are eligible to vote MISS LINDA GALE RODDENBERRY linger of Daytona Beach, an-
ties of our own state, promo- Operations Committee for Pigott, Curtis Golden, Ronnie tahoochee go down In defeat 10- In the committee elections also nounce the engagement and
passage of a measure which ha 0. In the second the locals have the right to nominate as of their
tions are given to the local personnel Harvey, Lorinda Nazworth, game RODDENBERRY JONES coming marriage daughter -
with qualifications, introduced that would permit Marilyn Nazworth, Linda Law- ran into some stiff compe- candidates for committee mem- Susan Irene, to Erdman
such is not the case in Wakulla donations of surplus propertyto hon, Linda Deal, Pamela Ward, tition in the form of Quincy, bership any firmer who is eligible Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rodden- r West, III, of Perry.
County. Outsiders have pre- volunteer firefighting organ- Tamela Pope, Ginger Denham, but the fine defensive play of and willing to serve. Such] berry of Sopchoppy announce the Miss Hollinger is a junior at
eminence. izations and volunteer rescue Anne Maths, Jennie Stephens, Wakulla held Quincy in check petitions, each one nominating approaching marriage of their Florida State University.Mr. .

It seems, too, that my healthis I squads. Becky Porter, Ora jean Harper, and won the game for the locals one farmer and signed by six or daughter, Linda Gale, to Frank West, son of Mr. and Mrs.
an excuse and concern of The committee is consideringthis and Linda Golden. by the score of 2-1. The more eligible voters, may be Jones, III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Erdman West, Jr. will graduate
some. I would appreciate this legislation which would The week's program Included decisive run came on a single filed at the County Office anytime ] Frank Jones, Jr. of Sopchoppy. from Florida State University
if I thought they were sincere. broaden classification of or- classes in swimming, crafts, by Bobby Paulk with Houston before August 6. Eligible The wedding will take place this summer. He Is a memberof
Yes, my critics feel that I am ganizations, public and private, and recreation, with organized Taff scoring from 1st base. voters may sign as many peti- August 7 at three o'clock in the Phi Mu Alpha Music honorary
not physically fit. I was unfor- eligible to receive surplus items sports and free swim each af- Houston's steady bat and swift tions as they wish.Additional afternoon in the Sopchoppy' Me- fraternity and has the position

tunate, it is true, anTI ad that from the government. ternoon. The camp had a circus base running was a big asset all nominations may thodist Church.No of Band Director for the Craw-
dreaded disease "Cancer". Fuqua said in his testimony theme highlighted with a afternoon. In the final game be made by the incumbent ASC Invitations are being sent, fordville High School.

However, my Heavenly Father that many small cities and townsare I colorful circus parade put on by Wakulla downed Tallahassee 7- county committee as necessaryto but relatives and friends are invited Thewedding is planned for
continues to bless me, and financially unable to providefor I the 4-H members during the 2 avenging a last year's defeat complete the slate. to attend the ceremony and two o'clock August 14 at the
through his power of grace and a full-time professional fire Wednesday evening recreation by this club. Standouts for the '"We want the best men avail- the reception immediately fol- First Methodist Church, Day-
prayer, as well wonderful department, yet the need for program. Wakulla Club Included Houston able to serve on our ASC committee lowing In the church social hall. tona Beach.rA.1k.
medical treatment, ha permitted fire protection In these communities Home folks visiting camp Taff, Charles Barwick, Jerry Chairman Moore declared -

me to continue a good life is great, and volunteerfire Thursday evening included ) Spears, Bobby Harvey, Bobby "because committee
on this i earth. My doctor, organizations meet this Mrs. Margaret Taylor, Mrs. Paulk, BobWilcox Billy system is the backbone of farm j

through periodic checks, assures need. Ann Harper, Jennifer Harper,, Moore, and Jimmy Helms. programs -- those dealing with
Pointing out that these volun- The Wakulla County Jaycees conservation of soil and water I
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me I am well on the way to becoming Mr. and Mrs. John Whiddon and
cured.So teer firemen come from all children, Mrs. Carolyn Naz plan to host the fall District swell as the price support activities -
walks of life in the community, Caucus, and with the continued for various commodities.In .
Mr. Editor, may I take a worth, Mrs. Dot Nazworth and
little more space and be grantedthe leaving their businesses to respond Janet Nazworth.Mrs. support exemplified last week- the last few years, the farm-
to fire alarms, and are often end will bring added recognitionto er-elected committee system -
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privilege of saying to,your C. E. Deal, local 4-H
readers how grateful and humble handicapped with obsoleteor Adult Leader, and County AgentL. Wakulla County. unique inthe history of agriculture -
I feel as I put into a few Inadequate equipment. These D. Taylor accompanied the has been studied Intensively -
brief statements how fortunateI volunteers, he pointed out, of- 4-H'en' to camp. _. bt com:: .i.ttuc of farm
consider myself to'be to have ten have purchased part of their MAN DROWNED TAKING and public administration experts -

had more than twenty years in equipment through fund raising PART IN RIVERCADE especially appointed by the
providing educational back- drives in addition to the support BREWER CRITICIZES Secretary of Agriculture for that s

grounds of experiences for girls which the city's government has Apalachicola A Dothan, purpose. The system not only
PUBLIC
been able to provide. SERVICE has been retained but has been
and boys. What a challenge II Ala. man drowned last Satur- ,
has been I Most of these year "The property they could secure COMMISSION"The, day near the Conic bridge on greatly strengthened. "
under this classification has
have transpired in Wakulla recent 'rate reduction'' the Apalachicola Bay while tak-
been declared the
County, my home, a place that federal surplus and by order by the Florida Public Service ing part In the ChattahoocheetoApalachicolaRivercade :
can no
government
has for me cherished according RALPH MARTIN APPOINTED
many longer be used for its original Commission to the Florida ,
memories. During that time to the Franklin
purpose, but could be used to Power Corporation of St. Peters- Sheriff County PRINCIPAL AT
classrooms have been place. Department.
my these volun- burg which amounts to about
advantage by CRAWFORDVILLEA I
of fulfilments and achievements great $2,500,000.00 a should Wallace L. Jarvis, 30, was ina
fire "he year
teer departments pointed
,
that no one can take a- have been $12,000,000.00 boat with two other people,
out. a 35-year-old Alabama native -
way nor cause me to forget. Fuqua said that he had high year, said Miami Utility Con- 14-year old Richard M Rabom with eight years of teaching Taw e
The have been fruit- of Columbus Ga. of
not
years sultant Phillip S. Brewer who operator
hopes that this measure wouldbe experience in the South will
less for I taught children to rea. the boat, and Bennie McNeill of
in his for the Public
passed this session of Congress campaign take over as principal of Craw-
and to write; to love and appreciate Service Commission in 1964 exposed Dothan, owner of the boat, at fordvllle High School next week.
poetry and literature; the fact that Fl 0 rid a's the time of the drowning.The Namedto the post by the Wa-
tohave fun with arithmetic and boat arrived in Apalachicola -
i
utility companies were overcharging kulla County School Board
grammar; and through the social ourschoolsystem and ourselves. the from Chattahoochee about
public over a Thursdaynight is Ralph Martin,
and cultural tried None the less have 3:00 P. M. and
sciences we con- Saturday, Jarvis
$100,000,000.00 In -
I a year excessive who has been a social studies
to develop In them an aware- tinued to work for the best Interests "From was drowned between 4 and 5 e
utility rates. teacher at Charlotte High in
ness and understanding of the of our students. I have 1956 thru 1960 said Brewer when the three decided to take
Charlotte County for the past
world both at home and abroad. not, nor will I ever, be so littleas "the Florida Power Corporation, another cruise and reenteredthe three

I have tried to impress upon to discriminate against a according to Federal Power rough bay area. Martin years.holds a bachelor's degree 4
them the importance of being child because his parents have Commission data had Personnel from the Florida
over- in social studies from Troy
good citizens. I could not pos- been unjust or unkind toward charged its customers $36, 700- Highway patrol, the U. S. Coast State College((1955)and a mas- f
sibly enumerate all of the experiences me I try to forgive them and 000.00 which, for the five year Guard, and the Florida Game ter's' degree in educational administration -
I have encounteredfor be more tolerant in my daily covered the data and Fresh Water Fish Commis-
period by a- from Auburn University -
they have truly been varied.Of life.Teaching mounted about$7,350,000.00 sion were dragging the area for ((1960). This summerhe

course, some students learn guiding, directingand a year in excessive overcharges the body. has begun studies towards a
at a faster rate of speed than trying to provide i a rich by the Florida Power Corporation. The Sheriff's Department said doctorate in administration at
others some do not gain as background of experiences to "Since 1960, Brewer the search would continue as Florida State University and has
much scholastically, but gainin stimulate a child toward making continued, "the Florida Power long as possible. It had to be an assistantship In the department 1a
other ways and contribute choices that will be his basis of Corporation has realized fantastic called off Saturday night because of administration. PAUSE
MISS JEAN
much in our discussions, help- coping with the pressures of today gross and net rev e n u e I. of murky water but was Martin taught three years In '
Ing both the other students and and tomorrow have all been "Althoughthe utility's return on expected to resume Sunday his native Phenix City, one year VAUSE CRUMMr.
me to better understand each challenges me as I endeavored investment, according to the morning. The body was foundat at the dependent children's
other as we make our journey to work in the schools of Wa- 1961 Public Service Commission StOS P. M. Monday.Lt. .
and
school Ft. Ca
Bennlng, the
and Mrs. Durwood Vause, Panacea, announce engage-
kulla
in the for knowledge. County White of the State
quest James
hearing Docket No.6414- Miami before
one year in goingto Crum of Mr. and
Kenneth
of their to son
nent daughter, Jean, ,
Teaching is not an easy task. I especially appreciate the gratitude EU and Order No. 3324, is, supposedly Board of Conservation and De- Charlotte High.He .
of Panacea.
There is no one right to do that of students Bill Collins of the Franklin afro Henry Crum
many my
6.45 the puty
way %, Federal is a member of the Florida of High
end her
Both Miss Vause
fiance are graduates Sopchoppy
things because each child is avery express for my efforts in tryingto Power Commission the County Sheriff's Department are
reported Education Association and National and plans to
School. He is a student at Pensacola Junior College,
different. What interest help them, for truly that has Florida Power Corporation's return conducting the investigation, Education Association. the fall.
attend Florida State University in
one does not meet the needs of been and continues to be which still
my 1961 was pending comple-
Investment In married and the father
on as Martin is 22 the First Baptist
The wedding will be Sunday, August at
another; therefore, teaching aim each day. I earnestly hope being 7. 54*, in 1962 as being tion.White of four girls, who range in
Church Panacea.
becomes a constant search of that will be granted the physi- 8.08( and In 1963 as being 7.- said this is the first fa- age from four to thirteen. Friends, and relatives are Invited.R. .
ways to appeal that will open caUstrength to serve the needsof 87(. "This Indicates, Brewer talityduringthe annual event In
doors of understanding for inquiring education for many years to said, "that the Florida Powei its 13-year history.
minds. come. I pray, too, that I will Corporation Is overcharging its' Jarvis survived by a wife and A. BOjVNINGMUSEN
Pleasure, you ask? Has teach- have the stamina and fortitudenot customer somewhere around two children. / JOSEPH R, WILLIAMS TO HEAD COVERED DISH AT
ing brought pleasures? May I to permit political and per- $12,000,000.00 a year in excessive COMMITTEEA WOMAN'S CLUB
say in all fairness the rewarding sonal prejudices affect my desire utility power rates. Mr. Joseph H. Williams, age local, state agency execu- /
experiences have far oversha- to do the b llj job possibleand "This also indicates that the MEN IN SERVICF 68, of Sopchoppy', died early tive waselected chainnan of the The Crawfordville Woman's
dowed the unpleasant ones. I that others feel as one Florida Public Service Commission last Sunday morning in the V. Southern Forest Tree Improvement Club will have a covered dish
feel that I have truly been bless- of my former students who told! Is nothing more than i USS Shangri-La (CVA-38)) (F- A. Hospital Lake City follow- Committee at Its eighth supper August 3 at SiOO P.M.
ed and that the results Of my his mother, when he heard thatI phony facade behind which the HTNC), July 15 Marine Private ing an extended illness. He had biennial conference held In Savannah This will be Family Night and
teaching has touched the livesof would again be his teacher, utility bosses In Florida are exer- First Class Eugene E. Cut- been a resident of Sopchoppy for on June 1617. all members are urged to come

many. "Mrs. Walker is strict but you cising complete control over the chin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest the past four years, moving here R. A. Bonnlnghausen, 57, and bring all the family
These years have not been have fun". What greater compliment commission while goungln the i P. Cutchln of St. Marks, from Palm Springs, California, Chief of the forest management
without criticism. Many peo- could one want? Learning Florida public out of hundreds Ha., is serving as a member of and was a veteran of World War branch of the Florida Forest Service
ple were quick to pass Judge- brings fun and satisfaction.I of millions of dollar in excessive the staff of Commander Carrier I. will hold the top post of
ment. The Irony of much the firmly believe In my favorite utility rates. Division Six aboard the attack Funeral services were held the 13-state association for the Some 150 delegates listened to
criticismwasbypeople who had verse of scripture, Romans 8:28: aircraft carrier USS Shangri-La. Tuesday afternoon at 3iOO P. M. next two years. A graduate for- a Georgia-Pacific Corporation
never tent children to our and In another, "Vengeance Is Shangri-La is presently deployed at the Graveside In the Sopchoppy ester (University of Michigan, spokesman tell of better mar-
school nor crossed the portals mine, I will repay, salth the on a cruise of the Mediter- Cemetery. The Rev. O. G. '30), he has been with the Florida kets for hardwoods and the Increasing -
themselves,except on occasions Lord therefore if thine enemy NOTICE ranean Sea as a unit of the U. Hall officiated. Forest Service since 1937 need for the care and
when an Irate group was meet- hunger, feed him, if he thirst, S. Sixth Fleet. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. anda Tallahassee resident since management of hardwood for-
Ing to get rid of the principalor give him drink". So, It Is no Deadline for News Copy is The entire staff of Carrier Division Ruth Williams of Sopchoppy 1 1945. ests.
cause confusion in general. business) of mine to pass Judge- 9:30 A.M. on Tundays. Due Six and Shangri-La are ion, Makay Williams of Sop- The SFTIC was formed in' As committee chairman, Bon-
Some would rather die than ment. Even Christ and Moses to production costs, .it has become scheduled to return to the United choppy; 2 sitters, Mrs. Jack 1951. One of its main tasks Is ninghausen will coordinate the
contaminate their offspring by were discredited In their own necessary to enforce news States in late September after Gaitlnerof Cardiff-By-The-Sea, to schedule I biennial tree im- ,exchange of Information between -

enrolling them in our school. country copy deadline. the seven-month cruise. California, and Mrs. J. A. Elliott provement conference, and to forestry scientists employed -
We were truly sorry to have U your child has spent sometime Please help us to give you i of San Diego, California. arrange the two-day program. by universities, forest industries -
them feel this way for we would In classes under my direc- better paper. R. L. Riley Funeral Home of These everyother-year session and government forestry
have welcomed the opportunityof tion, may I say "thank you" for EditorSU9SCRIBE Cambelle was in charge of ar- art designed to appeal to both agencies dedicated to the gen-
working with and for them. granting me the pleasure? rangements. the practicing forest manager etic Improvement of commer-
At no time have the teachers With dee.pesthumiUty and gra- and the scientist i engaged la cial forest trees in the South.

,ail I l f. It that VVL win jbovc titude, I am forest I'n a tic.. This year's The next committee meeting

reproach. We arc aware of the Sincerely Pont' de meeting In Savannah was geared will be held In Culfport, Mississippi -
iniquities and ihoncomingl of Inca Walker, TO 1 THE NEWS : FlJrida In 1513.Leon disMv..rl'd to hardwood man.gement. la June, 1966.tte .







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WAKULLA COUNTY N RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING pUBLICATiON. ;: OF NOTICE ruE OF BOARDOF SALE t School Board In Special Session f r.1q Z6, 1965, reviewed and
i 2. I $800,000 CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS OF DATED tentatively approved the budget for Wakulla County Schools for the
THURSDAY. JOLT 29. COUNTY
APPLICATION OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF WAKULLA 1965-66 fiscal year as follow.!
DEED SEPTEMBER 1, 1965
NOTICEIt ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCESi
Wakulla County,
of
-,. given, thaI It the purpose and Intent of WHEREAS, IMS of Public InstrUction of Indebtedness lre STATE FUNDS .
the holder o the Board of County Comrnlstlonenof florida, has an I issue of Certificates construct Minimum Foundation program ... .. ..... .,.... ... 356,714.00
,
WAKULLA- certificates ha Wakulla County th sumef$800,000.OOto finance the colt of acquiring certain .chooll Administration. .. ... .'.. ...... .... .." ... M.. 292.00
for a tan meet on the 6th day of August lag erecting, building, fumlshlng and equipping school to be located Racing Commission .. .... ...... .. ,..,,.,,. .. 136,500.00
COUNTY thereon. The and school buildings, to constitute a new high .. ... ...
Textbook. .. ... .. ..... .." "'u. 5,203.00
and years the fOllowlng.upplementalbr. in the vicinity of M dart, in Wakulla County Certificate) and must be advertised sales Tax .. .................". .......... .. .... 0.151.00
TekRhone! WAIi.nl13II description of get affecting the General Revenue WHEREAS, a public sale of this issue of Driver Education .. .. .......... ... ............ .. 500.00 XXT
: the names in and the Road and Bridge the Board of Public Instruction Boat Tax ... ... .. .. .. ..... .... ........ 1,000.00
are as fol Funds of Wakulla Countyt NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by School Lunch .. .. .. ..... ... .". ... ...f'1. 800.00
From the General Revenue of Wakulla County, Florida, that
I of Indebtedness -f A. SUBTOTAL .... .
8. 7 6 4. 3 SECTION 1. $800,000.00 Certificates 547230.00
Fund transfer to the Road
VlrrJnla KelnHtkr 1963 Board of Public Instruction of Wakulla County shall be at pub'
and Bridge Fund, Account to the notice FEDERAL FUNDS DISTRIBUTED BY STATES '
Fred Kflghtley Property Lots No. 415 (This amount represents lie sale on the 31st day of August, 1965, pursuant Vocational Funds. ... ... .. ... .*. .. .. ..... ." 3,000.00 :
N, Aqua deVlda surplus receipts a- hereinafterprovided! for. of sale calling for bids for the Wildlife Refuge .. ... .. .... ....... ". ... ... 3,500.00
C 19 Block "R" bove budgeted receipt) SECTION 2. The official notice .. .. .... ... .... '
Entered at Criwfordvill. Certificates of Indebtedness of the School Lunch .. .. ....... 11,000.00'
Sub. Lots 7230.16 purchase of such Instruction$800,000.00 shall be substantially National Forest .. .. .. .. ... ........... .. ...." 19000.00'
m Mconri cl..i matter. Lot 13 Block From the General Revenue Board of Public Wakulla County
SUBTOTAL.. ... .
42,500.00
C 2 Block 25 l follows
as *
Fund, Account No. 675
lion rijUj >$3{ (M per ear7
: Marks. (Mosquito Control) Transfer OFFICIAL NOTICE OF SALE LOCAL FUNDS .

assessed N. tothe Road and Bridge Fund $800,000.00 Taxes .... .. .... .. .. .. .... ..... ... ..... .. 85,300.00CASH

Thomas. McKinney Ash-, Account No. 415 BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION IN GENERAL FUND .. .... ... .. .. .... .. .; 12,992.00

REAL ESTATE of this $ 3'000.00Total CERTIFICATES WAKULLA COUNTY OF INDEBTEDNESSDATED FLORIDA TOTAL ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS ... .. .. .... 688,022,00
being in
Wakulla State SupplementalBudget SEPTEMBER 1, 1965 EXPENDITURES!
,
Homer AcreageWaterfront $10,230.16Board Notice ishereby given that the Board of Public Instruction of Wa AdministrationsSalaries .

lotiHENRY'N11J.1AMS or cer- of County Commissioners kulla County, Florida, will receive sealed bids at the Office of the and Office Expense .... ..... .. .. .. .. ... 26,917.00 I
redeemed ac- Wakulla County, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Crawfordville, Florida, until Instruction:
property des- Florida 11 A.M. Eastern Standard Time, August 31st 1965, for the par Salaries and Supplies ..... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. 433,373.00
REALTY BROKER certificate 01 MPt chase of all, but not less than all, of Eight Hundred Thousand Dollars Operation of Schools .
Phone 741 P. 0 BOX- 2 be sold to the 2t-7/22.29. ($800,000.00)) aggregate principal amount of Certificates of Salaries and Utilities .... .. ... .. .. . .. 28,920.00 I
St. Marks, at the court Indebtedness authorized by resolution of the Board adopted July 8, Maintenance: :
first Monday 1965. Said certificates will be dated September 1, 1965, will Salaries and Repairs .. .... ..... .. .. .. ..... 14,000.00
.gust, 1965, bear Interest at not exceeding the rate of five per centum ((5%)) per Transportation r
day of August, annum, payable seml-annually March 1 and September 1, will ben Salaries and bus repair parts .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 53,146.00
--' In The Circuit Court of The the denomination of $1,000 or $5,000 each, and will be payable Food Services I
day of June, Second Judicial Circuit of Flo- serially and in numerical order on September 1 of the respective Salaries and Utilities .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ... . 20,000.00Fixed
If You Need rida, In and For Wakulla years and In such amounts as follows: Charges

e Office-Supplies County, In Chancery.The YEAR AMOUNT YEAR AMOUNT Insurance and Election Expenses .. .. .. .. 7,800.00 ,
Court of Board of Public Instruction "'" To other Leon
e e Office Business Furniture Florida of WakulladCounty, Florida, i966 1967 $15,000 20,000 1978 1979 $?30,000 0,000 Junior College county and NDEA Library .. .. .. .... .. 2,500.00 i
Petitioner

8M or Call vs. 1968 1969 20,000 20,000 1981 1980 35,000 35,000 Outgoing Capital Outlay Transfers.. .. .. :.... .. .. .. .. .. 17,766.00 I

RANEY The State of Florida, et al. 1970 20,000 1982 35,000 Federal Fund .. .. .. ... .. .. .... .. . .. .. 3600.00
Respondents. 1971 25,000 1983 40,000 Retirement of Bond .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. 80,000.00TOTAL I'
alCAPITAL TION ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE 1972 25,000 1984 40,000 EXPENDITURES.688,022.00

EQUIPMENT OFFICE CO. DEED Tothe State of Florida throughthe 1973 1974 25,000 25,000 1985 1986 40,000 45,000 A Public meeting will be held August 6, 1965, at 8:00 P.M. Ini
given, that State Attorney for the Second 1975 25,000 1987 45,000 the Board Room for open discussion and adoption of the School I
lit Corner South E.Adimi PenucoliTALLAHASSEE. St. Company, the State Judicial the several Circuit of said 1976 30,000 1988 45,000 Budget. All those interested are Invited to attend the meeting.
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property owners -
certifi
1977 30,000 1989 50,000
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certificates taxpayers, citizens of the 1990 BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
to be Issued State of Florida and of Wakulla 50,000 Wakulla County Crawfordville, Florida
num County, Florida, including non I The certificates of this issue maturing In the years 1966 through William E. Whaley, Superintendent I
--- -. Issuance, the residents owning property or tub- 1975, both inclusive, are not redeemable prior to their respective S. E. Roddenberry, Chairman I I
LEON SEPTIC property, and Jecttotaxation therein, and all stated dates of maturity. Certificates of this issue maturing in the '
It wan as- others having or claiming any I years 1976 and thereafter are redeemable prior to their respective
:
SERVICED; : right, title or interest in property stated dates of maturity, at the option of the Board, in whole or In NOTICE OF APPLICATION
21 22 23 to be affected by the issuanceby part, in inverse numerical order, if less than all, September 1, NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
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Out- TAX DEED FOR TAX DEED '
Clean 1961 the Board of Public Instruction 1975, or on any interest payment date thereafter, at par plus accrued -
RepairNew Wakulla County, Florida, interest, plus a premium equal to one year'. Interest on the
Property Lot of certificates of Indebtedness vends so redeemed.The Notice is hereby given, that Notice is hereby given, that
Installation Lots 7-10-11, Jack Tucker the holder of the TllllsStrickland jr. the holder
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hereinafter more certificates are in! coupon form. Principal and semi-annual
The Best For Lots of Waneta.8 and 10, described, or'to be particularly affected in interest shall be payable in lawful money of the United States of following certificates has filed of the following certificates
-'- any way thereby America at Capital City First National Bank of Tallahassee, Tallahassee said certificates for a tax deedto has filed laid certificates for a
I Telephone assessed Un- You and each of you are hereby Florida be Issued thereon. The certificate tax deed to be Issued thereon.
Tallahassee 8771713I In required to appear on the 9th These certificates are being issued for the purpose of paying the numbers and years of Issuance The certificate numbers and
I after 6:00: p.m. being State of day of August 1965, at 10:00 cost of acquiring, erecting, constructing, building, furnishing and the description of the yean of issuance, the descrip-
o'clockA.M. before the Circuit equipping certain schools and school buildings in Wakulla County, property, and the names in tion of the property, and the
or cer- Court of Wakulla County Florida Florida. The principal of and interest; on and a reserve for these which It was assessed are as follows names In which it was assessedare
IO'I.redeemed at the Courthouse in Craw- certificates are payable solely from and secured by a prior lien : as follows
Dees Barber ac
des- fordville, Florida and show upon and pledge of the first $65,000 of race track funds allocated Certificate No. 7 Certificate No. 47, 49, 51
certificate property causewhy the prayer of the "Petitionflledlnthe annually to the Board of Public Instruction of Wakulla County pursuant Year of Issuance 1962 Year of Issuance 1963
be sold to the or above entitled to the provisions of House Bill\ No. 1153 enacted by the 1965 Description of Property: Lots Description Property! Lot 48,
FOUR POINTS at the court proceedings should not be granted Session of the Legislature of the State of Florida, out of the race 134 and 136 Block 14 Panacea Block D, Lot 5, Block 0, Magnolia -
first Monday and the Certificates of Indebtedness track funds accruing annually to Wakulla County under the provisions Park. Gardens and Lot 36 Block
BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 of Name in which assessed "E" Aqua de Vida Subdivision.
1965, therein described Chapters 550 and 551, Florida Statutes. These certificates Roy
OPEN day of August, and the proceedings authorizingthe donot constitute an Indebtedness of the Board or of Wakulla County Jenkins. Name in which assessed Cus-
8:00 P.M. FRIDAYS TIL issuance thereof, validatedand Florida, and do not constitute a lien upon any property of the AU of said property being In! tav Rehn, Wilma Potter, Annie I I
day of June, '' confirmed, said Certificates Board or of Wakulla County, but constitute a lien only on such portion the County Wakulla, State of E. Smith. I
: consisting of Eight Hundred of said race track funds, and holden shall never have the right Florida. | AU of said property being In ,
GRADY MIITFIFtnHAROLD Thousand Dollars($800,000.00)) to require or compel the exercise of the ad valorem taxing powerof Unless such certificate or cer- the county of Wakulla, State of
Court of Certificates of Indebtedness of the County for the payment of debt service thereon. tificates shall be redeemed according Florida.
BALEVIIUUY Florida the Board of Public Instruction Each proposal submitted must name the rate or rates of interest, to law the property described Unless such certificate or certificates
of W.k u 11. County, Florida, In multiples of 1/8 or 1/20 of one per cent ((1%), which the certi In such certificate or shall be redeemed according -
DEE COOK(, Owner dated September 1, 1965, maturing ficates are to bear. Not more than three ((3)) rates of interest, with- I certificates will be sold to the to law the property described -
WE GIVE SIM .KEEN STAMPS serially on September 1 of in a maximum spread of one per cent ((1%)), may be specified and highest bidder atthe court house in such certificate or
each of the years 1966 to all of the certificates of one maturity must bear the lame single door on the first Monday In certificates will be sold to the I
1990, both inclusive, bearing rate of Interest. A repeated rate shall not be considered a differ- Month of August 1965, which highest bidder atthe court
Interest payable seml-annually ent rate. All Interest due on any certificate at any given interest Isthe 2nd 'day of August,1965. house on the first Monday In
CLARB'S at such rate or rates not exceed- payment date shall be evidenced by a single coupon. Only bids at Dated this 29th day of June. Month of August 1965, which
ing the rate of five per centum the pat value of the certificates and accrued interest thereon, will 1 1965. Is the 2nd day of August, 1965.
((596)) per annum, a more parti- be entertained. The certificates will be awarded to the bidder offering Moody Pearce Dated this 29th day of June,
cular description of said Certificates topurchasethem at the lowest net Interest cost to the Board, Clerk of Circuit Court of /
[ SHOP being contained in the which shall be determined by taking the aggregate amount of interest Wakulla County, Florida 1965.Moody Pearce
Petition filed in these proceed- at the rate or rates specified, computed from September 1, 7/8,15,22,29. Clerk of Circuit Court of
ings. 1965, to the respective maturity dates of said certificates. Wakulla County, Florida
EARLY AMERICAN DONE AND ORDERED litCrawfordvl11e. Each proposal submitted must be accompanied by a certified or 78,15,22,29.NOTICE .
TRENCH PROVINCIAL I I Florida this bank cashier's check for $16,000.00 payable unconditionally to
VICTORIAN : 19th day of July, 1965. the order of the Board, on which no Interest will be allowed.
FURNITURE Ill Cuyte P. McCord, Jr. Checks of the unsuccessful bidders will be returned upon making
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judge of the Circuit Court of the award of the certificates. The check of the successful bidder I
Phone 385-1222 141 the Second Judicial Circuitof will be retained and applied the purchase price of the certifi I'
1901 N. Monroe St. FLA. Florida In and for Wakulla cates pending full performance of laid successful bidder, or will be I
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA County, Florida. forfeited the Board as and for full liquidated damages upon fail (
3t722.29.85.RY. ure to take up and pay for the certificates Delivery of the certi- 1..r
ficates will be made in Jacksonville, Florida, or elsewhere at the =1S FBI. SAT, MON. AND TUB8. .
option of and expense of the successful bidder.

The Board will furnish to the purchaser or purchasers of these cer-
Firms tificates, at the Board's expense, the printed certificates, the unqualified -
approving legal opinion of Bryant, Freeman, Richardson fresh
C Watson of Jacksonville, Florida, and other customary closing ,Grade A FRYERS lb. -29c .

I )> papers.The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids, and any SIRLOIN .
.Tsui bid not complying with the provisions hereof wUl be rejected. Ad- STEAK I' |b. 69c
ditional information may be obtained from the undersigned, 01 *
Adverthcra Thornton, Farish C Cauntt, First National Bank Building, Montgomery _
Alabama. Smoked PORK CHOPS .

I- Is L3 E. Whale lb. 89c
retary: Board of Public Instruction -
F R M Wakulla County, Florida Btlma MAYONNAISE
Store O. I." GRAMLING SECTION 3. The pt. 29c
secretary of the Board Is hereby aut>\red and .
'. directed to publish said official notice of sale in tiw Wakulla TOMATOES
FEEDSHint !!J Minor & CO. County News, a newspaper of general circulation in Wakulla ; "o.-j03
", & _. Toys, County, Florida, once a week for two consecutive weeks, the fin can, 2 for 29c
/fo66tM. .. One-Stop SUrrlte for publication being not less than fifteen ((15)) days prior to the date of -
River such sale.SECTION.
Milk Ph. 222-1148 Feed-Seed Fertilizer
Mil 8. Mann J>h. 223-0274 --- --- Poultry Supplies 4. This Resolution shall take effect Immediately upon NABISCO FAMOUS COOKIES
its passage. 120Z. 39*

Garden Tools5o.AdamiatS.A.L.R.R. A/ S. E. Roddenbe /w/ W. E. Whale v
Chairman of the Boar ELBECK
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OUl'.Riu.auto" truck Sweet NEW CROP-

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Light Wngkt POTATOES
Coacr.te aloak4' I I much for your JAMES E. BOYETT. M. D. .2Ibs. 25c ,

Hanson, Wood and. ;; Ph. 223-8380 I I I 'I'E NOW _
Hoel Ind; Inc... Capital Stone Co. HAVE ,v4 COMPLETE LINE OF KODAK'
S. Adams St. at 4-Pointa ANNOUNCES NEW OFFICE HOURS IN AND ALSO DEVELOPING FILN ;
Since IMS .
o T.I. 222-6840 P. O. Bo 11"1 SERVICE AVAILABLE
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Handy TakeAlongFor NEWS FROM FLORIDA/ SCHOOL CALENDAR SOPCHOPPY NEWS I JVAKVUA count NEWS 4THCRSOAT.

IL L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME: PUBLIC SERVICE AUGUST By Louise C. SappLt. .. JULY 21. lIes

Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director Summer Picnics | COMMISSION 16 First work-day for teachers Daniel I. Corley has received -
and other ten months personnel. CRAWFORDVILLEPERSONALS
Phone 697-3366 rut bin helper for my picnic U a Tallahassee Winter visitors Pre-school conference begins a b'opbf.In recognitionof
of paper towels. Dampened, made greater demands on the for teachers. flying over 1,000 hours In a
they'll clean the picnic table. Dry, State's telephone companiesthan 18 Douglas A4 Jet aircraft. The
CARRADELLE, FLA. they are double thicknen placeman ever before during the County-wide teachen meet- presentation made by a Douglas Gerald Smith from Port St.
"24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" md napkins. tourist season just ended, ac- Ing. Aircraft Companyrepresentative Joe has returned to his borne after -
After the meal paper towels cording a review of reports by District lahassee.F.E.A. meeting in Tal- took place at the Memphis visiting his grandparents,
SERVING WAKUILA COUNT) again wipe the table at well u the the Florida Public Service Com- ( Tenn. ) Naval Air Reserve Mr. and Mrs. George Stafford.
Dlstrirt FSTA in Tails
looking! utensils They wash meeting
help mission. Training Unit. Lt. Corley en-
hassee. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butlerof
and dry dunes. The monthly increase in main tered the Navy In 1958 In Tallahassee .
27 End of PreSchool Confer- Columbus, Georgia, cousins
Wrapped around utensils, I telephone stations ranged between and has more than 350
of Mabel
Mrs. Pearce
were her
Kleenex towel 1 Jixrourjjtej rattles ns.u 10,000 and 19, 000 from ence. carrier landings. He now serves *
Seven boats used for Cypress Cypress Gardens Family i l trajel. Placed between breakable last August until March, the 30 Pupil Registration.1st as assistant VF Flight Training guests last week.
dishes
they of attendance.1st .
Gardens' water ski shews total I Campground central Florida mhion act at a protective Commission reported. day for pupil school buses to run Officer at the Naval Air Re- Mr. and Mn. Ed Levy had II

102200 miles and 49000 hours camping headquarters: has Best: of nil. paper towel are April and May growth figures regular day routes.SEPTEMBER serve Training Unit in Memphis.The their .guests over the weekend
each year, and each driver been developed on more than thrown away after we, with noIXIM reflect continued growth, but 25-year old lieutenant is their son and family, Mr. and
cleaning tasks they show that the resort centers, married to the former Miss Marlin Mrs. James Levy and children,
tows skiers in more than 1.000 HJ acres located less than two .titer picnic fun or linmlcrmx! such as St. Petersburg, Miami 6 Labor Day (School Holiday). H. O'BrIan of Antigo, W h., also Randal Prosier from Lake
shows annually. m:)Icj east of Cypress Gardens. Beach, Palm Beach, and Clear- 27 20th day of pupil atten and they reside in Memphis. Talquln, and Eric Henshaw from
l water are sharply below their dance. Corley, who Is the son of Mr. Lake Wales.
I mid-season peaks. End of 1st attendance month. and Mrs. Joe B. Corley, Is a
Smaller companies, serving OCTOBER 1957 graduate of Sopchoppy High Mrs. Lisle Linton from River
I Ii suburban and rural areas, and 11 30th day of pupil atten School. Sink spent Saturday with Mrs.
several companies located In dance. Mabel Pearce and family. .
North Florida are continuingtheir End of 1st six-weeks. Wedding bells were ringing
steady growth, accordingto 15 Evaluation Day (Pupil Holi- Friday, July 23, when Miss Lov- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stone and
I II the Commission study, indi- elle Cray became the bride of children stopped over for a few .
cating less reaction to the win- 2640thday of pupil attendance.End Mr. Clinton McKenzie. Her hours Saturday with Mrs. Stone',
plea ter tourist season's closing. of 2 7 attendance month. parents are Mr. and Mrs. Rufus parents, Mr. and Mn, C. L.
e Winter Park Telephone Co., NOVEMBER Crum, and he Is the son of the Rehwlnkel. They were enroute
i e e for example, added 203 to its 23 60th day of pupil atten late Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Mc- by plane to Knoxville, Tenn. ,
main station total In May) Florida dance. Kenzie, all of Sopchoppy. The where they will make their
I Telephone Corp. of Ocala, End of 3rd attendance month. ceremony was performed In the home. Mr. Stone was transfer
PARDON OUR DUST. 304; Southeastern Te le phoneCo. End of 2nd six weeks. Congregational Holiness Church red frornMlaml.
In Tallahassee, 378; and Thanksgiving Holidays begin at with the Rev. CaralousAllen of-
little St. Joseph Telephone Co. close of regular school day. f!c I Hin e. When they return Mr. and Mn. Ott Carrawa
1: While we are remodeling to bring you a complete In Port St. Joe, 36. 29 Classes Resume. from their wedding trip, the and children, spent the week-
Southem Bell's Florida divi- couple will live In their homeIn end at Cape Kennedy visiting
ranch and garden center, featuring Western Clothes sion was serving 4,599 more DECEMBER Sopchoppy. The bridegroomIs his brother and sister-in-law, '
17 Christmas Holidays begin at
and Leather Goods! subscribers at the end of May It00 P.M.JANUARY. employed by Baker-Alford Mr. and Mrs Ausley Carrawty
'. than at the beginning, a rate Company, and the bride Is employed Mn. Fay Carraway returned
of growth of more than 1,000 by the Southeastern Telephone with them to her home in Sop-
phones a month greater than I 3 Clases Resume. Company. choppy.Mr. .

: I WAREHOUSE IS OPEN! prevailed in May, 1964. 7 80th day pupil atten-
The Public Service Commission dance. End of 4th attendance Weekend visitors of Mr. and E. C. Ferrell, Jr., and
month. An. George Strickland were Mr. E. C. Ferrell, Sr. went to
SEE US FOR composed of Chairman
,
and Commissioners 21 90th day of pupil atten- Mrs. Buddy Savory and son, Leesburg last week. Mr. E. C. a
FEED SEED INSECTICIDES. HAY GARDEN NEEDS Edwin L. Mason W. Carter and William dance. Brad, of Cocoa, Mrs. Jo Ann Edwards Ferrell, Jr., went on to Orlandoto
Jerry regulated End of 3rd sixweeks.End and children of Cocoa, attend a Tax Assessor Convention -
T (Billy) Mayo
of 1st semester. and Mr. and Mn. George Ed then came back to
Watch/ Us Grow// the intrastate rates and quail
F'Ry "Come of service of 22 telephone 27 Evaluation Day. (Pupil Strickland and baby of Talla Leesburg where. they visited re-
I
ty
latives.Mr. .
hassee.
companies as one telegraph Holiday)

company operating in Florida. 28 Evaluation Day. (Pupil Mrs. Fay Carraway and child- and Mrs. Roger Stricklam
nED9 [ RANCH Regular reports on all phaseof Holiday). ren returned home Sunday night and daughter, Cindy, have returned -
a.isn''ur c seeMUs their operations are requireby I FEBRUARY after visiting her son and fami- home from a vacation in
the PSC. From the report! 8 lOOth day of pupil atten Washington D. C. where
R ly, Mr. and Mn. Ausley B. Car- they
GARDEN"CENTER and from on-the-spot checks b dance. raway and baby at Cape Kennedy visited Mn. Strickland's sister,
Commission auditors, engineer End of 5th attendance month. who is Don Fuqua's secretary
and rate analysts, informatlo MARCH
about Florida's vital communl 8 120th day of pupil attendance Mr. and Mrs. Bud Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Wlglnton
224-7197 cations Industry drawn to keer. family have returned home after and son, Richard, are on vacation -'
826 W. GAINES ( sJTlJ)
; the Commissioners fully aware End of 6th attendance month. spending a few days with his brother in Mississippi.Mr. .
of what is happening in every End of 4th six-weeks. and family, Mr. and Mrs.
i part of the State. 9 Evaluation Day (Pupil Holi- Randolph Roberts, in Montgomery W. E. Whaley, Superin-
tendent of
public Instruction: ,
day). Alabama
Spring Holidays for instructional leftby plane Tuesday for Washington -
personnel begins, at close oi Mrs Paul Smith and daughter, D. C., on a business

regular school day. Lucy Marie, and Miss Elaine Re- trip.Mr.
14 Classes Resume. vell, all of Dothan, Ala. visit- and Mrs. H. F. Mills of
.ilL' APRIL ed Mr Hardy Revell Newport left Tuesday for Knox-
8 Good Friday (School Holi- ville
Mr. Carl Revell was admittedto Tenn. for vacation with
day). their daughter and family.
Tallahassee Memorial
11 140th day of pupil atten Hospi-
EVERYONE. When you drive down the street every It figures. Over 1 150 electric appliances are now In gen dance. Thursday, suffering third degree James (Sonny) Hammlck is

home you see gets an electric bill. Our |job? (Of course, eral use. Many have been added to homes during the End'of 7th attendance month. bums. home from college and will remain

to make sure there is plenty of power.) And also to past ten years. (Air conditioning and TV are examples.) 21 F. E. A. Convention begins Mrs. Cecil Henderson Is a patient until the fall term. He Is

see that our reductions in the average cost of electricity Most people are getting larger bills due to their in 25 at Miami 150th Beach.day of pupil atten- In the Cairabelle Community working Hospital.at Tallahassee Memorial -

are fairly applied to customer bills. Our average famcreased purchase of power but the average cost dance. Hospital.

ily more than doubled their use of electricity in the past per residential kilowatt hour decreased 16.7%. End of 6th six-weeks. Miss Mettle Revell visited SOCIAL SECURITY NEWS

ten years-and as use increased, their cost per 29 Evaluation. Day. (Pupl: friends in Vidalia, Ca. over I
7 1f / Holiday) the weekend. "Many people In the Craw-
hour decreased.
kilowattri1IB= MAY fordville area are not aware of
POWER CORPORATION
.FLORIDA, ... .---- ,...- ,-, 10 160th day of pupil atten Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hill of all the benefits afforded them
dance. South Ashbumham, Massachusetts under social security, "Frank D.
End of 8th attendance month. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles White, social security district
Lj through the years-more electric living at a lower average cost JUNE McAllister Spartanburg, South manager In Tallahassee, stated

,', ...s. 3 Shadevllle High School gra Carolina, spent several days with today."Some.
X ; i"/:; duation. Mrs. Harriet Wilder. people think that social
: :. ; "t 5 Baccalaurate Sermon. (Optional security only provides retirement
Mrs. Irene Harms from Wabas-
benefits he
continued. "They
i.m I CONSUMER USE AND ELECTRIC BILLS 6 Crawfordvifle) High SchOOl so, Fla., her daughter, Mn. don't know that social security]
...J'''I{ ; : In 1954 the average Florida Power customer used 2765 kilowatt a graduation. Len Nelson, and two children, also provides benefits for workers -
? : hours electricity, and our revenue averaged 3 JOt per bh In 1964 7 Sopchoppy High School gra from Orlando, spent from Frida) and their families in case of
': or- : he used 5942 kilowatt hours and our revenue averaged V per duation. until Monday visiting Mrs Annie the workers' disability or death.
,\<.. .*.o kwh A decrease of 167%. 'R"ter anti of"'I' Ill/,',' ,,11'' ti.JA& 180th day of pupil attendance.End Harrnsandfarnlly. "In fact, "White said, '\vl.ay
': ? ..,,,...,* PMk.. Scnhi C.mmlw/ *.* vinyl the Iiltml f''net of 9th attendance month.. Mrs. Elaine Parrish of Tallahassee that social security provides
'i" "i em"'rr .,/ ".,,.)
End of 6th sixweeks.End spent several days of hei threeway family protection a-
114% Mcraase loss of income.
galntt Those
: of 2nd semester
d vacation with Mr. and Mn
,
q Endofl965.1966nchoolyearfor Walter Harms.SUBSCRIBE. three way, again, are In case
.
71% laciest pupils. of retirement, disability, or
death. "
v 8 Post-School conference begins -
a sssC1eu for teachers Social security benefits are
"" +a arc nvcw'sv ) 14 Post-Schoolconfeeenceends. not automatic, however you
must apply for them. There
R
a Last workday for teachen and
art more than 600 social security
w'k other ten-month personnel TOTHE
0 offices
throughout Jilted
11Tb0enu" ,
AYHAaa Lat sea awe e THENEWS States where you can get assistance
64 in making a claim for
5. social security benefits.In .
WHAT DOES IT MEAN Our average customer Increased etc .. addition there are many
trio consumption 1141 in 10 years (More than double I Yet the other locations where social se-
average bill increased only 78%. (Not double) The average cost per civityrepretentatives meet with

kilowatt hour went down 16 7%. r s In Florida, the public to take claims or furnish
Information.
Information

ell. i l ;1 r after a day's fishingbeer's social regarding security the location offices and of other the

contact points may be obtainedat
the one.. l y your post office.

"People who have abouRsoeialsecurltyshottld -
for good taste
t get in
touch with us, White said.
4 good fun "That's why were' here. Our
staff Is trained to answer your
s questions. In addition to claims

f r assistance, your social securityoUicelnue.soclal.ecurityDum-

ben and Informs wage earners,
1 r t self-employed people and survivors
of deceased workers of
H"iwa their rights and responsibilities
under the social security law. "
The social security district office -
Is located at 306 W. Jeffer-

son Street, Tallahassee, Flori
y ti f. r da. The telephone number Is
2223515. A rep"aentatlvefromthl.oUlclw1ll
be at Craw-
I fordvtlle In the Courthouse every
2nd Friday of the month at 9i30
A. M. to assist persons In filing
Wherever you fish for sport-on the a claim or wanting other information -
f concerning social security -
**%y ? ocean, by the booming surf, or on some matters.

! quiet country pond it's great at the end

: I II I of the day to head for a rewarding glass of beer

While you're talking over the ones that got away,

or pan.frying the ones that didn't, you enjoy the

hearty taste and cool refreshment only aglass of

beer can give you so well. Yes, whatever your

aC sport-bowing) or strolling golfing or gardeninga

frosty glass of beer makes a naturally I I

A great accompaniment t:1:>.

UNITID STATES SKEWERS ASSOCIATION INC \I r

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4 WAKl'I.I.A: '; tOUNTT NEWS Cvpnsn Gardens Covers 106
1.Y acres, with shorelines on Lake ". NOTICE First Aid Tips
mR n". _JIILV?!>_ sags Eloise and Lake Summit WHY NOT PATRONIZE YOUR LOCAL BUSINESS PEOPLE
AH Gerard of Thanks for LovedCbtosorFriendspublished I ANDS
Ir Take Simmer KEEP YOUR MONEY IN '
I I ThoWakulla CountNews YOUR COUNTy. . .
Fifty Cents In advance.CANCER From Sunburn
I F
LOitIDA STATE This' year's bathing MIIII are
I NEWS !briefer than ever, so more of you
1 r.rtatt will he exposed to he sun. YOla11 4ia& I
.
'"Sense In The Sun" is the title risk a painful sunburn more: than
Now Showing of* ,timely, educational, 10- advice vcr, unless, you follow some simple NO JOB TOG

NOW SHOWINC minute, sound-color movie film Be:lure to us e plenty of protective
which is being offered without LARGE 01
lotion, especially the hut time outPut
cost for showings before clubs, mi more lotion every time youtome ,
organizations and employee, out of the water and don
Peter 'Toole Elvis Presley groups, by County Unit office he in the: sun too long TOO SMALL
of the American Cancer Society Burns usually don't show
James Mason In located In eighteen key .i i few hour Inter, so 'IUteu'l:,
ceivcd if don't look red. Here
Curt Jurgens cities throughout Florida. you I
"TICKLE ME" The film has been produced a Rood) test to tee if you're: burning;' '
.
"LORD toe* phasize that the beneficial Press a finger against your (km PROFESSIONAL
JIM" _
If a white spot remains when you
I aspects of sunning the body lift your finger, its time to cover
I might be seriously offset by overexposure up with a shift or slack. PRESSWORK '
I to strong sun rays If you can we yourself turning .
I PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN and result In the development of rid, it'll really too due to prevent
skin cancer, particularly among burning!, but apply lotion and! cover
OUTDOOR ON WOODVILlI HWY.
persons who be immediately PRACTICAL
may of "blonde up to prevent a more
complexion". MMIMU burn.
Today tJlru Sat. Arrangements for having a Whether you're slightly pink or
Today, Fri. G; Sat. qualified physician available/ l frankly! red, you can ease the sting PRICES .
hy gently smoothing lotion
to answer cream or
questions and
Richard Burton i bute informative distri- into the skin with pads made of
literature on Klcimx tiaues folded over three
Anthony Quinn Peter O'Toole'A the subject may be made
by times Tissue pads arc softer and,'
HIGH WIND IN JAMAICA contacting the nearest American is a cushion between: fingers and s
"BECKET"and Cancer Society office, listed M'nsitive skin, apply lotion with less
and in' the regular white pages of pressure than fingers Call Us For Fast
key city telephone directories, Wear hose clothing if you're
Peter Sellers Lex Barker orby writing well in advance to luirncil Anything tight will make
the Florida Division of the Am- ton extra aware of sensitive skin.
"DR, STR"NCEI.OVF" Pierre Brie erican Cancer Soc i cty 2909 If you begin In peel, just keep Layouts and Estimates!
"APACIII' Ikly.to-nay llvd., Room 406, up applications, of lotion with thatpads.
I ,tmpa, Florida 33609. | Ibis will help" moisluri/e the
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895 Wagon, 9 passenger ...................695
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