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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: August 5, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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66 MBFR' CRAWFORDV1LLE. FLORIDA F THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1883 PRICE 10 CENTS PER-COP.J

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I FUNDS AVAILABLE TELEPHONE EXCHANGE CHILDREN UNDER 16 NOT WEATHER OUTLOOKThe I j jI
NEARS COMPLETIONW.
FOR STUDENTSDouglas TO WORK ON FARMS Thirty Day Agricultural
P. Malloy, District Com- DURING SCHOOL 'HOURS Weather Outlook for the monthof I .. ar ,Y./.' .
Ca. 27-N .: .r _. ,
July ar- mercial Manager, announces :0 .
August for South Georgia, -. w".Jv.I -
ly $51,OOOworth of work-study that the $82,800.00) expansion Jacksonville, Fla. July 31 Southeast Alabama and North-
funds are available for students program underway in Wakulla (Special-Farmers) in this area
at South Georgia College, County is nearing comnletloi were reminded today that west Florida issued by the Wea- {
Douglas, Georgia, according to and should be completed about children under 16 years of age ther Bureau Advisory Agricul-
President Pope A. Duncan. September 15, 1965. A new are permitted to work on farms tural Meteorologist, Georgia 1
"The Department of Health, exchange building has been only outside school hours, under Coastal Plain Experiment Sta- Y J
Education and Welfare notified constructed: in Crawfordville anda federal law. tion, Tlfton, Georgia July .- 'r. : e1r4 .i
me recently that $50,936 has ISO'Microwave Tower is cur- Thisword came from C. Tru- 31, 1965.
been granted South Georgia rently being erected. Toll cables man Losee, field office super- Temperatures during Augustare
College, which means that a have been extended from visor of the Jacksonville officeof expected to average most-
sizable number of students am Crawfordville to Panacea. The the Wage and Hour and Pub- ly above normal lover all of the
potential students will no doub' new facilities will provide Increased lic Contracts Divisions, U. S. Trl-State agricultural area. .r A
be qualified to receive aid, long distance circuits Department of Labor. He said Dally mean temperatures will R ''' N jkl/li', .A
,, Duncan added. Of this figure, between Tallahassee and Craw- the Fair Labor Standards Act range between 79 and 83 de-
$18,919 will be used for fall fordville, Tallahassee and Pan- prohibits minors under 16 from grees. Daily maximum tem-
quarter grants with the balance acea, and Tallahassee and Sop- working in agriculture during pcratureswill average between
being distributed over the win- choppy. The new building in school hours for the school district 88 and 92 degrees with after-
ter and spring quarters. Crawfordville is of masonry where they live while noon temperatures reaching 95
Due to a flexible scale for construction and will be land- working. This applies to children degrees or higher on 8 to 10
determining need of the individual scaped upon completion of the of migratory workers as wellas days during the month. Daily
student as well as the Microwave Tower. The new local children. minimum temperatures are
financial capabilities of his or facilities will consist of a Mi- "The place for children is in expected to average from 67 to
her family the to-called work- crowave link from Tallahasseeto ,hool, not in the fields, lo- 74 degrees with no tempera-
study funds may be provided tc Crawfordville and a toll cable see added. "Today's children tures below 60 degrees.
from famllle buried from Crawfordville to will in the world which Rainfall during the month is last
persons coming grow up TWO CAR ACCIDENT Two car accident where four persons were injured and two critically :
earning widely varying annual Panacea.In demands more education and expected to vary widely from Saturday morning, when Albert P. Kimbrel's car on the Spring Creek Road collided with the right
Incomes. announcing the expansion better skills. Schooling now place to place but will average front side of Leroy Clay's car. Kimbrel was charged by Trooper C. W. Moore with driving withouta
Such factors as the size of the Southeastern Telephone Company will open the door to opportunity from 4. 50 to 7.00 inches In license and driving In violation of restrictions on his license.
family, whether both father and stated the new Microwave in the future. Southeast Alabama and from -----
mother work, cost of living system and burled cables Losee pointed out that the S.OOto 8.50 inches over South ..-. -
variances, whether the appli- will offer increased and Im- 16-yearage minimum does not Georgia and Northwest Florida.Rainwilloccurmostlyss SONNY --=
cant is a married student or an proved facilities over the exist- apply to children who work on after- ,...
orphan as well as the family's ing open wire facilities whichare the home farm for their parentsor noon showers on 12 to 15 days july 14, 1934, Saturday about
assets are used in determining affected by changing wea- guardians. He also said the during the month. dawn, out at Mama's' I hearda
the eligibility of students to receive ther conditions. Because of Act places no restrictions on Sunshine during August is expected moan. '
work-study funds for col- heavy growth and trees, wind, farm work by minors 16 years to average about 65 per From the dog I heard a bark, hl
lege expenses. rain and fallen trees always old or over. cent of possible with one or twc In the pines the sound of a "- F -.rf"
"Many students who are now presented the problem of disrupting Complisncewiththe Fair Labor periods extended cloudiness Lark. J
experiencing financial difficulties -I service on pole mounted Standards Act does not ex- Soil Temperatures during the The cries of a new-bom babe, lr. '' J

or who believe they cannot open wire facilities.In noncompliance with Stateor month will average between hush! ., 1.-.1-
afford to attend college can do addition to providing Improved local laws. 80 and 85 degrees under four Then around' the room a rush. / : t
so now because of our sizable more reliable service "The Wage and Hour office in inches of bare soil with highe Our first little boy, a sight to -4
work-study grant, "Dr. Dunces the $82,800.00) ) expansion program Jacksonville will be glad to temperatur in the drier soils. see, a heavenly bundle of joy,
said. "We are anxious to enroll will provide additiona answer any questions about the to be.
as many of these as possible facilities for the entire area. Fair Labor Standards Act, "Logan His hair as black as Jet, His I eF
during the 1965-66 schoo: added. The address big brown eyes, not open yet I
year. Room 205, Post Office and / Aitimewent on, the years passed
Dr. Duncan stressed the Importance CourtHouse, Jacksonville, Florida NOTICE my heart filled with a .
of all Interested stu- CANCER NEWS love that last.
dents investigating their eligibility Deadline for News Cfffo is A man now, He's thirty-one,
for work study grants by The District 3 Nominating 9.30 A.'f\....:>n Turidays. Due so far though, life's battle,
checking as soon as possible Meeting the Florida Divisionof SUBSCRIBE to production costs, It has become we've won. I
with Charles Celso, financial the American Cancer Society neces will b(! held at 1:00 P. M. de dJne. 'k
aid director at South Georgia at copy r Mother
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College. He pointed out that the Skyline Restaurant in Tallahassee ) TOTHE Please help_us to give you a ai
persons from widely varying Thursday, August 12. better paper. I '
sconomlc backgrounds may be The meeting will be attended NEWS Editor l I !
qualified. "Forinstance a by official Society voting members NEWS FROM STATE ', i s
delegate directors, County ---I BOARD OF HEALTHJacksonville : ,
couple earning $6,000 a year of
with several children may be as Unit presidents or chairmen, WORLD FAMOUS ..' 11 I
and Unit medical directors The State
eligible receive a work study or 1
grant for their college age child medical vice presidents from a Board of Health has receiver ,
as would a college age child six county area. These Include supplies of gamma globulin
from a family on relief, Dr Cadsden, Jefferson, Leon, Mad- which can be used, in emer-
Duncan said.FLORIDA ison, Taylor and Wakulla Coun- gency, to prevent German mea-
ties. sles in women exposed during
In addition to nominating del- the first three months of preg- j
POSTMASTERS' egate directors to represent the nancy when this disease can w I ,
District on the State Board of 4f deform the baby. It may be .iii. t
TRAINING SEMINAR Directors of the Florida DIvision I ,y also used to prevent spread

Over three hundred Florida of the American Cancer r rt among members of a family of JACKSONVILLE, July 29, 1965-- Dr. Edward W. Swenson (left),
Postmaster who attended the Society, the official District I Infectious hepatitis, a liver associate professor of medicine at the University of Florida Co'-!'
first Postmasters' Training Seminar representatives may, by appropriate disease. lege of Medicine, accepts a check for $8,000 from Dr. Max
in Florida held In Gainesville resolutions, refer suggestions Dr. Wilson T. Sowder, state Michael, Jr. chairman of the Florida Tuberculosis and Respiratory
on August 2nd and 3rd at recommendations and health officer, said he has been Disease Association committee on medical and nursing edu-
the University of Florida Included requests to the Society's State advised .of the first shipment of cation and research. The money Is part of a total commitmentof
O. E. Hen- Board or its Executive Commit- the current fiscal year by Dr. $39, OOOwhich the association has pledged over a five-year per-
postmaster Allen S. Chrlsman, Washington iod to help support the Christmas Seal Associations' Chair in Pul-
drickson, Crawfordvtllef Postmaster tee.During the month of August deputy director of the Red monary Diseases. This chair in pulmonary diseases is occupied by
Cttls Vause, Panacea; and September, a total of Cross blood Postmaster Warren C. Harding, twelve district Gamma Globulin is extracted for advance-
nominating RDAssociation to help meet the present urgent need
Postmaster
Anna
Sopchoppy meetings will be held throughout from blood which can no longer ment of medical education and research in the field of chronic
Watkins, Woodville and Postmaster the state.SCHOOL be used for transfusion. It respiratory diseases.
Fade -M. CoodlLL St. Is in liquid form and is given
MkM; : president
Cogdill: is by injection.The .
of the Florida Chapter of supplies given to the SUMMER TORTEFor GLASSYEYEDMany
the National Association Of BOARDTO board are stored in its labora-
Postmasters of the United States. a quick, yet taste-pleasing persons have bern injuredby
here and used
OPEN BIDS tory are to sup- dessert slice Sara Lee! all-butter
a
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the fixed glass
This seminar was held as a result plement those In health walking through
of the many requests by Wakulla County School Board) 'k departments on specific county i request pound cake into 4 layers Melt 1 panel of an aluminum sliding glass
''postmasters to the Regional Office will open bids Aug 31 on $800.. fora particular case. package semisweet chocolate bits door. To prevent such glass injuries,
and was an ideal opportunity 000 in revenue certificates to While the board's supplIes are and mix in I cup dairy tour cream. Architectural Aluminum Manufacturer .
for postmasters to further finance construction of a consolidated limited, commercial suppliesare Spread this mixture between layers Association advises that you
their postal knowledge and high school at Med 1 obtainable through private and on top and sides of cake Refrigerate have tempered safety glasi in your
management techniques. The art. physicians and pharmacies. the Chocolate-Cream Torte sliding glass doors Next best safety
full two days were devoted to The 1963 Legislature authorized S. several hours then slice and serve. idea it to use decals or pressure
classes and study to improve the the indebtedness If you wish, top each serving with I sensitive tape at the eye levels of
postal service The persona' and earmarked '0 vanilla ice cream both adults and children.
the county's first $65-
expense incident to the seminal 000 in annual race trick reve i ,' a- It
wasbomebytheindividualpostmaster I ,nues to pay off the certificates. ...
and was a voluntary x
The new high school will
training program. It was "Backto replace ,. i 4a
School"for these postmasters a small high school eachIn }
as they lived in the dormitory, Crawfordville and Sopchoppy t r ate at the school cafeteria and Medart is about the lame e .
ued the class rooms at the UnI- distance from these two com '
versity. munlties and from Panacea. .. 1'1.; ,r AF

The school officially openedoa The revenue certificates will :i .. .
Monday with registrationfrom mature over 25 year with pay' ,., re
8t30 to 9t30 A. M. fol- meets ranging from $11000 l in l oP, ,
lowed by a general session for 1966 to $50000 in 1989 and 1990 j ..,..
all postmasters by Regional Director The consolidated school was H., \- >
Banks Gladden, Atlanta, recommended by a county 4iutJ I
and closed on Tuesday afternoon
rand! Jury several months ago.
with a general session on Cus-
tomer Relations with Dr. Del- The grand Jury presentmentwas _
critical of defeeiea-, !
bert Scudden, Head of the Department highly : J
Religion, University des in tome of the county's

of Florida, as guest speaker school buildings. -
between each postmaster was .
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scheduled for five 1-1/2 hour TUNEUPAre Breathtaking is the most popular description of Horidas Sunken : .I < -f t '
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classes according to class and Gardens In StVpetersburg The world famous garden attractionnow ".,, < .
size of office such as General you one of thote people who "
Accounting or Cashbook, Mall took a few music lessons in years has more than five thousand Varieties of plants and flowersfrom i ., 1 ',,
Classification, Filing, Records lOne by and wish you had con- every corner of the globe and features exotic and native | \ 1.
Disposal,Sectional Center Con- inued You will be amazed to find birds In their natural aurroundlnr' I : _Jt1..l.. .:: .} t

cept, Personnel, Delivery Service how easy it is to pick up your music I .
Manpower Control and | here! you left off. You can have a BLINDNESS TOLL HIGH AIR CLOTIIES INDOORS
The Postal Manuel. Each class good time doing it too, if you are I
The next best thing to hanging
started to
From the time
I II you
the
40 playing Hammond
had approximately postmasters. Organ. Tie
outdoors to air is
I read this sentence until year clothes hanging
|i organ it euy to learn to play and with* 1TRl! ,
from Americans will them In closets equipped
I now, 30,000
will of'
II III provide with lifetime
pleasure right you in a have lost their eyesight accordIng I louver doors The louver permit I) Juniper Springs. The lovely sylvan setting of Juniper Springs has long been an attraction and
roolll. your own living)i to the National Society for I air to circulate' freely to keep the newly terraced banks offer ample space for sun-bathers. Just off State Highway 40 in Ocala I

I I the Prevention of Blindness. garment fr< sh I National Forest, Juniper Springs offer many family recreation .i f i'vitics,








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COUNTYTHUR90AT. ; NEW. I ; PUBLICATION OF NOTICE, OFSALE'OF I" 19, 1965
RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING
,2 In the Court of the I
FOR SALEi 16 ft. boat, motor, County CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS OF ruE BOARD
$800,000 InvoiceNo.
AUGUST 3. IOU Judge, Wakulla County, flo- DATED Warrant
and trailer trailer J2- COUNTY,
utility rida, In Probate.IN OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF WAKULLA No. .
gauge misc. tools.WILL1IMS shot.gun, two 22 rifles, RE Estate of SEPTEMBER 1, 1965 1826 C. W. Pelt Road Superintendent 1 149. 15

I 3 miles south of Joseph Reese Williams, WHEREAS, the Board of Public Instruction of Wakulla County, 1827 J. C. Harvey Equip.Do Operator 1 1 136.40

Sopchorirv off Road :319. Deceased.To Florida, has authorized an issue of Certificates of Indebtedness in I 1828 W. W. Oaks Do 1 135.15

WAKULLA All Creditors and Persons the sum'of$800, 000.0010 finance the cost of acquiring, construct 1829 Carlton Harvey 145.40
Do 1
certain schools 1830 R. R. Nichols 160.SO
and equipping
Having Claims ing, erecting, building, furnishing
or Demands Laborer 1 111.65
COUNTY NEWSTtlrphnnr school to be locatedin 1831 A. B. Spears
high
Against Said Estate and school buildings, to constitute a new
1 1II NOTICE the vicinity of Medart, in Wakulla County; and 1832 C. W. Allen Do 1 100.40
WAlnut 6-1301 You and each of you are here- WHEREAS, a public sale of this Issue of Certificates must be advertised 1833 Cajer Posey Do 1 110.40
Notice Is hereby given, to by notified and required to pre- 1834 Louie Posey Do 1 111.65

whom It may concern, that the sent any claims and demands NOW, ;THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Public Instruction 1835 Erie Wallace Do 1 110.40

I Roardof County Commissioner which you, or either of you, of Wakulla County, Florida, that! 1836 C. Mathers Do 1 137.10
01 Wakulla County, Florida, may have against the estate of SECTION 1. Certificates of Indebtedness of the 1837 Melton Cray Do 1 121.65
$800,000.00
Virgin! KFr .lIrIlU., Edito IMS this day passed a resolution Joseph Reese Williams, deceased Board of Public Instruction of Wakulla County shall be sold at pub- 1838 Coy Sanders Do 1 131.25

;; abandoning, vacating, closing late of said County, to the lic sale on the 31st day of August, 1965, pursuant to the notice 1839 Blue Cross InsuranceInsurance 1 133. 10
.d K bI1'r' and discontinuing the following 1
;
t1lfhtlf.Y County Judge of Wakulla County hereinafter provided for. 1840 American Family Life 5.QQ
described portion of a certain Florida, at his office In the SECTION 2. The official notice of sale calling for bids for the 1841 Leon Auto C Marine Repair Parts 2 11.10
Entered ot Crawfordvlll, Fiord driveway In the Subdivision of court house of said County at purchase of such $800,000.00 Certificates of Indebtedness of the 1842 Fain Auto Parts Repairs 3 24.36

ll tttonil, class matter. Sub-rl i' Surf, as shown by map.or plat CrawfordviUe, Florida, withinix Boardof Public Instruction of Wakulla County shall be substantially 1843 H. T. Adams Repairs 4 271.29
thereof of record on page 222 calendar months from the follows 1844 Fla. Equip. Co. Parts 5 130.97
tton "Ui J3.QO per ,tar. of Deed Book 17 of the public as '
time of the first publication of OFFICIAL NOTICE OF SALE 1845 Standard Oil Co. Gas C Oil 6 378.47
records of Wakulla County, Flo- \ihlsnotlce.! Two copies of eac* 1846 Raker Lumber Co. Supplies 7 240.08

_. rida, and described as follows, claim or demand shall be i $800,000.00 1847 L. L. Roberts Cement 8 7.60

towitsBegin \. t 11:1: n g, and shall state th BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 1848 City of Tall. Signal Lts. 9 39.S4

REAL ESTATE ner of Lot at the One southeast of Block cor-D In place address of residence of the and claimant post office CERTIFICATES WAKULLA COUNTY OF INDEBTEDNESS, FLORIDA The preceding approved and ordered paid this 19th day of July.

the subdivision of Surf flo- 1 1965 /Willard Carter
and shall be sworn to by the DA TED SEPTEMBER ,
Homes Acreage rida, as per plat of recordIn claimant Instruction of Wa- /sRalph Strickland
agent, attorney and Notice hereby given that the Board of Public
Waterfront loti Deed Book No. 17, page the Office of the j /George Young
bids
accompanied by a filing fee of kulla County, Florida, will receive sealed at
222 of the Public Records of such claim or Superintendent of Public Instruction, ,
HENRY WILLIAMS Wakulla County Florida, demand not so filed shall be 11 A. M. Eastern Standard Time, August 31st, 1965, .for the pur- I /./ John L. Davis
REALTY BROKER and run east to the southwest \oid. Thousand DolLars County Commissioners
chase of all, but not less than all, of Eight Hundred
Phone Marksp. O. Box 275t t Block corner D of thence Lot No. 7 of north said /sRuth Strickland WilliamsAs ($800,000.00)) aggregate principal amount of Certificates of WARRANTS FROM GENERAL REVENUE FUND
i I. run of the Board July 8,
St. executrix of the Last Will Indebtedness authorized by resolution adopted
U the northwest comer of and Testament of Joseph 1965. Said certificates will be dated September 1, 1965, will JULY 19, 1965

to laid the Lot Northwest#7, thence comer run west of Reese Williams, deceased. bear interest at not exceeding the rate of five per centum ((5%) pel Narrant Invoice

.ot 3 of said Block D 4t-8/S. 12. 19.26. annum, payable semi-annually March 1 and September 1, will bIn < No. Ho.
-- -, thence south to the the denomination of $1,000 or $5,000 each, and will be payable 3026 Doris Cwln Clerical, Tax Coll. 1 100.00 I
run
pointofbeglnnlng serially and in numerical order on September 1 of the respect :027 Fla. Power Corp. Courthouse Lts. 2 172. 17
If You being the In The Circuit
Need. Court of Th live years and in such amounts as follows 3023 Raker Lumber Co. Courthouse Repairs 3 20.02
south hundred and
one fifty Second Judicial Circuit of flo-
4 142.50
OfficeSuppliesHusinefcs ((150))feet of a certain drive- rida, In and For Wakulla YEAR: AMOUNT .YEAR AMOUNT 029 U. R. Lawhon Janitor 4 137.60
'030 N. S. Brown Janitor
Machines way running north and south County, In
Chancery. 1966 $15,000 1978 $30,000 Insurance 4 4.90
3031 Blue Cross Ins.
Office FurnitureSM through said Block D, The Board of Public Instruction 1967 20,000 1979 30,000 3032 West Fla. Wholesale Floor Cleaner 5 6.95
,f which will take due no- of Wakulla 1968 20,000 1980 35,000
or Call you County, Florida, 3033 Cortex White Carpenter 6 324.00
':icc. Petitioner I 1969 20,000 1981 35,000
3034 H. C. White Carpenter 6 216.00
RANEY WHALEYat BOARD" OF COUNTY COM- vs. 1970 20,000 1982 35,000 3035 Fla. Microfilm Corp. Recording: 7 48.00

I MISSIONERS, WA KULLA The State of Florida, et a I. 1971 25,000 1984 1983 40,000 3036 Southeastern Tel. Comm. Telephone 8 63.85
1972
COUNTY, FLORIDA Respondents. I 25,000 40,000 I 3037 Southeastern Tel. Other Telephones 9 54.80

CAPITAL EQUIPMENT OFFICE. BYIs/ Wlllard Carter ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE I i ilothe 1973 1974 25,000 25,000, I 1985 1986 40,000 45,000, 3038 H. C W. B. Drew Co. Office Supplies 10 6.31
CO. Chairman 11 17.98
3039 Office Office Supplies
I 1975 1987 45,000 Cap. Equip.
31( South Adam Si. Attest Ill Moody Pearce State of Florida, through 25,000 1988 3040 Roberts C Son, Inc. Office Supplies 12 3.00
1976
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHA3sEE Clerk Circuit Court an he State Attorney for the Second 30,000 1989 45,000 3041 Fla. Power Corp. Sop. Health Unit Lts. 13 4.36
FLORIDA Exofficio Clerk to said J Judicial I Circuit of said 1977 30,000 1990 50,000 50,000 3042 Standard 011 Co. Mosquito Control 14 857.22

Board. >tate, the several property own- 3043 Fla. Power Corp. Livestock Pavilion Lts45 25.47
I It-8/5. :rs, taxpayers, citizens of the The certificates of this Issue maturing in the yean 1966 through 3044 Council Brothers Jail Plumbing Repairs 16 2,750.00The
_. ___ _.._ State of Florida and of Wakulla 1975, both inclusive, are not redeemable prior to their respective this 19th of
preceding approved and ordered paid day July.
LEON County, Florida, including non- stated dates of maturity. Certificates of this issue maturing In the
SEPTIC TANFSERV'ICEY9 In The Circuit Ct.urt of The residents owning property or subject years 1976 and thereafter are redeemable prior to their respective /Willard Carters

Second Judicial I Circuit of to taxation therein, and all! stated dates of maturity, at the option of the Board, in whole or in / / Ralph Strickland

Florida, In and For Wakulla others having or claiming any part, in inverse numerical order, if less than all, September 1, /George Young
Clean Out County. In Chancery.No. right, title Interest In property 1975, or on any interest payment date thereafter, at par plus accrued /William D. Walker
Repair 1348. to be affected by the issuance'' interest, _plus a premium equal to one year's interest on the /s/ John L. Davis

New Installation Mandy Marcel BAKER, by the Board of Public Instruction bonds so redeeme County Commissioners.
The Best For Plaintiff, Wakulla County, Florida, The !ertificatea'' re in 'coupon form. Principal and semi-annual
Les I of certificates of Indebtedness interest'.ahlll be payable ;In lawful money of the United States of
_'_ I DIVORCERichard
vs. hereinafter more particularly America: at Capital City first. National Bank of Tallahassee, Talla-, !NOTICE TO BIDDERS MINUTES OF WAKULLA
,
Telephone Andrew BAKER, described or to be affected In hassee, Florida! COUNTY COMMISSION
Tallahassee! 877-1773 I Defendant. any way thereby These certificates are being Issued for the purpose of paying the Notice: Is Hereby Given That JULY 19, 1965

I after fyOO: p.m. You and each of you are here- cost of acquiring, erecting, constructing building, furnishing and Tie Board Of County Commls-
I __ I ORDER OF PUBLICATION byrequiredto appear on the 9th equipping certain schools and school buildings in Wakulla County, men of Wakulla County Will The Board of County Commissioners -

TATE OF FLORIDA TOt day of August, 1965, at 10:00: Florida The principal of and Interest on and a reserve for these ecelve Sealed Bids Up and Un- of Wakulla County

Dees Barber Richard Andrew Baker, o'clockA.M.: before the Circuit certificates are payable solely from and secured by a prior pen 1 lOsOO O'clock A. M. On met this date in Crawfordville,
Shop Address Unknown Court of Wakulla County, Flo- upon and pledge of the first $65,000 of race track funds allocate- M. pt ember 3rd, 1965, And with the following present

You are hereby notified that a rida, at the Courthouse: in Craw- annually to the Board of Public Instruction of Wakulla County pursuant lien Publicly Opened For the Wlllard Carter, Chairman;
complaint for divorce has been fordviUe, Florida and show ; to the provisions of House Bill No. 1153 enacted by the 1:)6? umishlng Of: George Young, ViceChairman -
OUR POINTS cause why the of the Session of the of the State of Florida of the William D. Walker,
filed against you in the Circuit prayer Pc.titionfiledinthe Legislature out rj;: One ((1)) Tandem Drive Mo- ;
I above entitle, I track funds accruing annually to Wakulla County under the Ralph Strickland and John L.
BOYS HAIR CUTS Court of Wakulla County, Flo- prossions torGra'derNew( ), with DieseL -
$1.00 Ida, In Chancery. You are proceedings should not be grant I of Chapters 550 and 551, Florida Statutes. These certlfica. Engine. 14:00 x 24, 8 Davis, Commissioners; Moody
OPEN TIL -re by required to file (person- ed and the Certificates of ,hi I donot constitute Ttn Indebtedness cf the Board or of Wakulla CC'UIty ply nylon tube type tires, Pearce Clerk; W. R. Taff,
5 debtcdness therein describe. Florida, and do not constitute a lien upon any property 01 tL! Sheriff, and Carmel Pelt, Road
I
8:00 P.M. FRIDAYS illy or by attorney) with the grip tread all wheels: 12<1:
I lerkof said Court, and send a and the proceedings authorizir Board or of Wakulla County, but constitute a lien only on such "01tlonofsaid foot moldboardS Steel cab Superintendent; Mr. J. H.

opy of the same to the attor- the issuance thereof! validate. race track funds, and holders shall never have the i ul; i ito and all of manufacturers: Hudson, County Attorney.The .
CR4DY for the writ- and confirmed, said\ertUicat; I require or compel the exercise of the ad valorem taxing ;xnvv. standard minutes of the last meet-
'WII1TFIELD "icy plaintiff, your equipment: Deli-
consisting of Eight Hundr of the for the of debt read and approved.Mr. .
defenses ,, If any, to the County payment service thereon. vered serviced and ready for Ing were
'ihROLD B LESCR'DYTUERS complaint in said cause, on or Thousand Dollars($800,000. Each proposal submitted must name the rate or rates of Interest, work. Jimmie McDaniel of the
before September 6 1965.I I Certificates of Indebtednessthe in multiples of 1/8 or 1/20 of one per cent (lH), which the certificates Cjme and Fish Commission ap-
DEE COOK, Owner Herein fail not or Judgment, by Board of Public Instruct) are to bear Not more than three ((3)) rates of interest, within Full specifications can be obtained pearedbefore Board and requested -
111 CItE S&ll GRFEM: STAMPS default will be entered against of W a k u Ita County, Florin. a maximum spread of one per cent (lK), may be specified; and from the office of" the that the Wakulla Coun-
dated September 1, 1965, m.vuring Ill of the certificates of one maturity must bear the same single Clerkofthe Circuit Court, Wa- ty portion of the Aucilla Came

iron.WITNESS my hand and the serially on September 1 | rate of Interest. A repeated rate shall not be considered a different kulla County, .Cravrfordvllle, Management area be declared

seal of said Court at Crawford- each of the years 1966 rate, All interest due on any certificate at any given interest Florida. open to the hunting of wild
CLARK'Sccdoa vllle, Wakulla County, Florida, 1990, both inclusive, bearing payment date shall be evidenced by a single coupon. Only bids at Bidders are requested to bit hogs. The Board declined at
this 2nd day of August, 1965. Interest payable semi-anr.uaii the par value of the! certificates and accrued interest thereon, wil for straight sale and for tradeon this time to take any action on
at such rate or rates not exec. l- be enteti }lhed. The certificates will be awarded to the bidder offering old Calllon Grader locatec; the matter.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Ing the rate of five per cent SHOP HI Moody Pearce ((5%) per annum, a more particular which shall be determined by taking the aggregate amount of Interest payment to be made in January Strickland and the second

Moody Pearce description of said Certificates at the rate or rates specified, computed from September 1, 1967, 2nd in January 1968, of Commissioner Young the
Clerk Circuit Court being contained In the 1965, to the respective maturity dates of said certificates. 3rd and last payment in January Board deeded to Mr. Ouzts and

EARLY AMERICAN Wakulla County, FloridaJ. Petition filed in these proceedings Each proposal' submitted must be accompanied by a certified or 1969. Mrs. Robinson portions the old

TRENCH PRPVINCIAI. H. HudsonP. bank cashier's check for $16,000.00 payable unconditionally to the Board reserves the rightto right of way of U. S. 319 in
VICTORIAN O. Box 66Cl"oIwfordvlIe DONE AND ORDERED the order of the Board, on which no interest will be allowed. reject any or all bids, and tc Wakulla Station, which have
FURNITURE Florida Crawfordvillc, Florida thi. Checks of the unsuccessful bidden will be returned upon making award the bid to the best interests been abandoned. The Board
Attorney for Plaintiff4t85,12,19.26. 19th day of July, 1965. the jward of tho certificates. The check of the successful bidder of Wakulla County requested the Clerk to ask the

Phone 385-1222 Ill Cuyte P. McCord, Jr. will be retained and applied on the purchase price of the certificates BOARD OF COUNTY COM State Road Department why
1901 H. Monroe St. Judge of the Circuit Court of pcndinafull! performance of said successful bidder, or will be MISSIONERS stop and go signal lights could
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA the Second Judicial Circuitof forfeited the Board as and for full liquidated damages upon failure Wakulla County I not be Installed at the Inter-
Florida In and for Wakull to take up and pay for ths certificates. Delivery of the certificates Crawfordville, Florida sections of Bloxham cut off.

(:; County, Florida. will be made in Jacksonville, Florida, or elsewhere at th By Willard Carter, Mr. Davis moved that Mr.
r. -- 3t-7/22. 29. 8/5.. I option of and expense of the successful bidder. Chairman Carraway'to to Newport where

:. -- i The Board will furnish to the purchaser or purchasers of these cer- Attest Moody Pearce, Clerk. bridge timber is piled and there
.; TaltahaMtt Buin m Firm! tificates, at the Board's expense, the printed certificates, the unqualified Zt-8/5.12.. construct a bridge in place of
I approving legal opinion of Bryant, Freeman, Richardson pipe presently located. The
0 Watson of Jacksonville, Florida, and other customary closing NOTICE OF SALE OF motion carried with work to

papers COUNT PROPERTYThe start after 30 days.

DIRECTORY The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids, and any Board of County CommisJlonen The Board directed the Clerk I
bid not complying with the provisions hereof will be rejected. Additional of Wakulla County wit to have water cooler installed ;
information be obtained from the undersigned sell in Health Unit Building at once
may or to highest bidder for cash 1
t t' I Patornlie These Advertiser Thornton, Farish G Cauntt, First National Bank Building, Mont- Willis Jeep Pickup Truck form- If one could be found in this :

r gomery, Alabama. erly used by the Wakulla } area of the State. Mr. Strick I
County land moved that his motion of
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/s/ W. E. Whaley Mosquito Control. Truck '
Secretary, Board of Public Instruction be Inspected on the site of can the July 2nd regarding transfer of
; F R M Wakulla Florida Old Court funds be rescinded and in place
j County, House In Crawford-
," r Little Folks ire Store, O. I I.' GRAMLING SECTION 3. The secretary of the Board is hereby authorized and ville. AU bids must be sealed, of this motion prepare a supplementalbudgettransferring from-

!!') "Tht directed to publish said official notice of sale in the Wakulla marked "Bid on Jeep Pickup
. FEEDSHint Capital'sMajon the General Fund to the R C B
for Minors" & CO. County News, a newspaper of general circulation in Wakulla Truck", on the outside of the Fund
$13,000.00 and the
ChtldrtH'i Fumtturt, Toyi, County, Florida, once a week, for two consecutive weeks, the first envelope, and cannot be received mo-
Games Hobbies One-Stop S,nrl for less than fifteen after 9:00 o'clock tion was carried on the secondof
< publication being not ((15)) days prior to the date 01 A.M.
River Mills Baby Aeettiontt. Feed Seed .. Fertilizer such sale. on the 3rd of September 1965, Commissioner Young with a
W1S S. Mun..... j>|,. 223.0274 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 SECTION 4. This Resolution shall take effect Immediately upon at which time the bids will be public hearing set for same oil
Poultry Supplies its passage. opened-and\ awarded. All bids the 6th day of August at 8:00

t Garden ToolsSo. sS.. E. Roddenberry /s/ W. E. Whaley shall check be accompanied with i A.M.The Board approved the vou-
or cash for the full
Adams at S.A.L.R.R. Chairman of the Boar Superintendent bid and the amount chers before them and directed
a County reserves -
Baker-Alford Co. Crowlnf the right to that warrants be Issued in payment -
reject
any aall :
Phone 223-0173 I bids. All bid therefor.
deposits wil
I "Tin Ports 11.--' be refunded to all unsuccessfu There being no further business
Anything for your auto, truck bidden coming to the attention of
Immediately
tiffcc Wrigkt atirf RiguUtrC'oneritt >r tractor. Alao tor your POWtl'lawnmower of bid. upon awarding the Board the same was adjourned -
and much for JAMES E. BOYETT M. D.
ptotk l: your ,
boat. By Order of the Board. on the motion of Commls-i,
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Hanson Wood and- .208 N. Adams St Ph.229-3380 lioner Strickland.
Moody Pearce
.' I Approved! Willard Carter,
Hoel Ind.
Inc.
Stone Clerk Circuit Court
Capital Co
I ANNOUNCES NEW OFFICE HOURS IN Chairman
S. Adam St. at 4-Polnti Wakulla
1 Since 1908 County, Florida Attest! Moody Pearce, ClarkIWAKULLA
VTtL 222-5840 P. 0. BOil 1 2t-8/5.12.
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Work ft All T,,.. .
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I' Inc. II, Walter 1'. Buchaa Her. OFFICe HOURS WILL BE Wh I is man or coupe retired

a I onT/ income to take care

'. ,/imranM a4 Bands MONDAY, TUESDAY FRIDAY. EVENING 6 TO 9 PM JU! gACv'tigt In Wakulla
County. to work, in gOOd
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114 S. Adam'aSt.. -TiL 222-4d80 1 ONLY no drinkers. Civ. lull
C. I details for personal
CKAHFORDVILLE interview

x i I 1J mULLA COUNTY HEALTH CLINIC TALLAHASSEE 1204 MICCOSOKEE RD. I Address 4th-j29851 X, P. O. Box 51, SopI I I

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WARRANTS FROM GENERAL I -------r------- T f.
AUCUST2 RLVENUE FUND 3097 Steve J. Mnrrcll Mosquito Control 17 139.84 5i!
1965 3098 S. J. Hodge Do 17 34.64 ..
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3099 W. P. McKenzie Do 17 125.98 1 THUMDAT AU8UM I, 11/0'r !
Warrant 3100 C. C. Roberts Do 17 50.85 I
--1:2s-: Voucher 3101 Ray E.Green, Comfit. Retirement 17 32.10 NOTICESPECIALS '

3045 WU1ard Carter County CommT No 3102 OASI Fund Social Security 17 29.09 .1 1
3046 Ralph StrlcklamJ 119.32 The 2nd of FBI, SAT, MON. AND TOM.
Do I preceding approved and ordered paid this day August SOPCHOPPY NEWS
3047 Ceorge Young Do 188,00 l >65.

3048 William D. Wa/er/ Do I I 184'7S 284'7S Wlllard Carter William D. Walker Jly Louise C. Sapp

3049 John Davis Do I 200.00 I Ralph Strickland John L. Davis Mrs. AllcenManero of Lang :!"
3050 Moody Pearce ClerIc George Young MAXWELL HOUSE Sun '
3051 Emmett C. Ferren,Jr.Tax Assessor 2 400.20 County Commissioners 79c dale, Penn. arrived here Mn
3052 J. M. Gwln TAx I 351,21 day to visit her mother
3053 Newman Harper Collector 1 382,28 ROAD C BRIDGE FUND heavy Willis who Is very IU
Supervisor
1 188' AUGUSTS 1965
3054 Sheryl Ferrell 00 ,
Tax
Assessor, Cler I 169'7S Mrs. Clarence Flowers left
COFFEE
3055 Margaret W. high Tax Collector,Cler. 2 84:87: Warrant Voucher friday to be near her son, Bill,
3056 Johnle Umbaugh No. CAN
Clerk] No.
LBa
Clcr 1 184,75 who is ill In the Gainesville
3057 lois P. Willis County Judge, Cler 2 184,75: 18S1C. W. Pelt Road Su)1t.) 1 137.72 hospital. Visiting Mrs. Flowers .
3058 J. II. Hudson County 1 1852 J. C. Harvey Equipment Opcr. 1 125.85 (for a few days last week were .
3059 Dorothy E.Na7.Worth County Agt.Clcr I 87.37 1853 W. W. Oaks/ Do 1 116.85 Fresh Grade A lb. her son, Louie, and family, '
FRYERS I
3056 W. May Walker Circuit Judge 1 4.62 1854 R. R. Nichols Do 1 30.72 29c I who were enroute to their home '
3061 h Hugh M. Taylor Do 2 4:62: 1855 Carlton Harvey Do 1 154.26 InCalncsvillcafter vacationing
3062 Ben C. Willis Do 1 1856 A. D. Spears Laborer 1 104.88 in the mountains of North Caro-
3063 C-uyte P.McCorll, Jr. Do 1 4.62 4.62 1857 C. W. Allen Do 1 81.49 SIRLOIN STEAK b.| 69c lina. Louie Is employed with
3064 William D. I Ilopldns State IItton\ry 1 6.16 1858 Cajer Posey Do 1 104.88 the First National Bank of
3065 Harry Morrison Asst State 1Itt-. 1 1859 Louie Posey Do 1 123.58 Gainesville. .
4.62
3066 Ivey C. Cox Court Reporter 1 1860 Eric Wallace Do 1 104.88 NECK BONES
3067 Helen Bosenberg Do l' 12.95 5.55 1861 C. Mjthcrs Do 1 143.81 19c Mr. and.l Mrs. Mallon of lanark -
3068 R. W. Ervin, Iii Public Defender 1 1862 Melton Cray Do 1 111.04 Village and their daughterfrom '
3069 U. R. lIIwhon 25.00 1863 1 Kansas City, Kansas, visited -
Janitor 1 Coy Sanders Do 128.55 NABISCO FUDGE COOKIES
3070 N. S. Brown Do 1 120.77 1864 Frank Revell Do 1 92.84 120Z. 39* Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp I:

3071 George L. Harper County Judge 1 550.00 88.77 1865 Ray E.Green, Compt.. Retirement .. 145.91 'I(lucsclay.
3072 Mrs. George Ncsmith Juvenile Counsellor 1 100.00 I86o OASI Fund Social Security 1 J.32.24 Bama MAYONNAISE qt. 49C Mr. Jasper Davis returned
3073 Jimmie n. Dylles Service OIIicer 1 55.42 1867 American Heritage/ Insurance 1 !M3&1868 home a few days ago after
3074 L. D. Taylor County Agent 1 323.33 Hollcy, Inc. Roller Chain 2 29.64 SweetltO spending some time in the hos-
3075 Ray E. Green, Coml"t.Retirement 1 183.87 1869 Tallahassee Tire Co. Tires 3 309.84 CROP pital.
3076 0J\5I Fund Social Security 1 105.92 1870 Florida Power Corp. Blinker Its. 4 19.68 PQTATO 2lbs.
3077 American heritage Insurance 1 35.42 1871 Talquin Electric Coop. Do 5 6.02 25c I lomccoming at the Congre-
3078 Witholding Tax II/C Income Tax Wh. 1 159.35 1872 Clinton Pigott's Car. Parts C repairs 6 205.86 gational Holiness Church was

307 West Fla.Wholesale The preceding approved and ordered raid this 2nd day of August BANANAS 2 Ibs.- lsT held Sunday, August 1, andwas
lne. Floor Cleaner 2 19.60 1965. enjoyed by everyone.Mrs. .
3080 Terry-Rosa IIard- Willard Carter William D. Walker
ware Co. Push Brooms 3 11.90 Ralph Strickland John L. Davis Amos Langston was ad-
3081 TlIlquin Elec. Coop, Election booth Lts. 4 1.00 George Young mi\ tothcTallahasseeMem-
VAN CAMPS PORK & BEANS. . 2. FOR 371
3082 Wakulla County Ncwslloard Min. 5 27.80 County CommissionersFINE orial II lioiptul I last week.
3083 Florida Forms t i I
C FORFEITURE FUND to Smut Own-
11-ippy Birthday
3084 J.Systems M. Gwln Pegrite Payroll System 6 277.42 AUGUST 2, 1965 BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS lap, Lunicc Kyle, 11. J. Jcnks>
Stamps.
3085 West Publishing Co. Fla 7 5.00 Warrant Voucher James Taylor, Lcssie Pigott,
Statutes
8 33.00 No. FILLER PAPER. SIDE AND TOP HOLES Audrey Hiultl", Suzanne Langs-
No.
3086 Wakulla Cty. News Assessor
Envelopes 9 18.25
Ion, Dora PiRolt, Palsy Anderson -
3087 Emmett C.Ferrell,Jr. Convention [xl'". 10 85.40 471 W. R. Taff, Sheriff Requisition 12,312.61 500 SHEETS..99* and Room.: ) VV.ill.tr.
3088 Cary D. Council Water Cooler L 472 S. L. Moore Juror 2 5.50 _
Installation 11 360.02 473 Came t Fresh
3089 R. L.IInderson, M.D. Sanity Inquisition 12 30.00 Water Comm. Arresting Fees 3 11.10 SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVE
3090 A.D.rlckler, M. D. Do 12 30.00 474 J. H. Hudson Prosecuting Atty. 4 70.00

3091 R. E. Wh31ey Do 12 4.00 The preceding approved) and ordered paid this 2nd day of August
3092 L. D. GET A
Taylor 4-11 expense 13 6.50 1965. PIGOTT'S STORE
3093 Wale l1a Co. School '
Board Race Funds 13,875.00 Willard Carter William D. Walker MEOART .
3094 Cortez White Carpenter 15' J62.00 Ralph Strickland John L. Davis
3095 II. C. Carter Do 16 120.00 George Young NO.1BUY
3096 H. &W. .Drew Co Office, Supplies 16 16.46 County Commissioners WE GIVE PLAID STAMPS


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STATE OF FLORIDA lately following the acceptance of this plan.
I
WAKULLA COUNTY All pupils attending school In the Wakulla County School System will be furnished by their Princi-
pal on May 27, 1965, Instructions and forms on which their parents or guardians shall express their
I On the 28th day of July, 1965. at a meeting of the Wakulla County Board of Education, in the City choice of the school next to be attended by the pupil. Said forms must be returned to the Principal
, 'of Crawfordvlllc, Florida, the following resolution was unanimously adopted) ormallcdtothc Office of the Superintendent no later than June 10, 1965. For those pupils who hive
: WHEREAS, asthe result of numerous judicial decisions and various statutes enacted by the Congressof not registered, and for those pupils who have previously registered but who now wish to rc-rcgi-tcr,: NO.1
the United States, it is without question that enforced racial segregation in the public schools of instructions and forms shall be available at the office of any principal and the Office of the Sujvr-
Florida and other States Is illegal, violates the Constitution of the United States of America, and Intcndcnt from August 9 through August 27, 1965. In addition, copies of the instructions and fonm
that compulsory separate but equal school systems for the white and negro races will be no lohger shall be published in accordance with Section VI, paragraph 1 of this plan. Written Instructions
permitted andWHEREAS shall accompany the form setting forth in detail the policies set out in this Resolution requiring a DEALER

the Wakulla County Board of Education, after exhaustive study and long considerationof free choice of the school next to be attended, as set forth in the attached copy.

the various possible alternatives, has concluded that it is absolutely essential to the continued o- VII. The following form shall'be furnished to the parent or guardian of each child in the Wakull
peration, progress and welfare of the Wakulla County School System to formulate a plan eliminating County School System for the school year l965-66i NOWEvery
the dual school systems;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Wakulla County Board of Education, all members Dear Parents!
thereof concurring, that in order to comply with the laws of the land the said Wakulla County Boardof Effective with the commencement of the School Year 1965-66, all students in the public schoolsof Car Reduced!
Education docs hereby place In effect the following policies effective upon the date of the adoption Wakulla County, Florida, shall have freedom of choice, to attend any school In the Wakullj
of this Resolution; County School System. In the event overcrowding results at a particular school from the choice
I. FREEDOM OF CHOICEs made, priority of assignment shall be given to those students residing closest to the school without LOT NO. 1 1JJT
regard to race, color, or national origin. N. Adams Ph. 224.:3211
A. Effective with the commencement of the school year 1965-66, all students in the public
choices because of will be notified and to makea
whose overcrowding permitted
rejected
schools of Wakullj County, Florida, shall have freedom of choice, in the manner and through the Those choice of a formerly negro are or formerly white school. 1964 Chevrolet. $2395
medium hereinafter stated, to attend any school in the Wakulla County School System, regardless of I Imptll 2 door hardtop with radio
race, color or national origin and enjoy the benefit of all services, facilities, and programs availableat Teachers, principals and other school personnel shall not be permitted to advise, recommend 01 heater VI and .utum.IICInmmlwlan.
said school. The freedom of choice herein granted is granted to the pupil and parent, or guardian otherwise influence such decision. Nor, will school personnel either favor or penalize children because 1962 Ford $1495
of the pupil or pupils Involved, and such freedom of choice must be exercised at the time and In of the choice made. .

the manner herein specified. Teachers, principals and other school personnel shall not be permittedto Enclosed herewith Is form on which you may mark your choice of the school to be attended by your 4 Country door, radio Soulie, healer Station automatictrantmlftkinn Wagon.
advise, recommend or otherwise influence such decision, nor will school personnel either favor or child for the school year 1965-66. A choice .must be made and this form must be returned to any Rul and factory air.condltlomnl .
penalize children because of the choice made. the Office of the of Education before 27 1965. sharp
teacher, principal, or Superintendent on or August 63 Monza Cpe. $1395
B. In the event overcrowding results at a particular school from the choices made, priority of assignment Please indicate your choice of the school to be attended by your child by placing an X in the square 4 In the floor radio heater, and
shall be given to those residing closest to the school without regard to race, color or nat- beside the name of the school. low mileage.

ional origin.C. Commencing with the School Year 1965-66 students shall have freedom of choice to ride any 1962 Buick. $1295
Those whose choices are rejected because of overcrowding will be notified and permitted to school bus operated by the Wakulla County School System serving the school of their choice. All SPECIAL, 4 dnor. radio heater,
make an effective choice of a formerly negro or formerly white school. buses will be routed on a nondiscriminatory basis, according f school enrollment. 1959 nice low Chevrolet.mileage car. $595

II. REGISTRATIONS Thank you for your cooperation. Brlair' 4 door t cylinder, nice

A. All pupils attending school in the Wakulla County School System during the school year 1964- Very truly yours, 1963 Ford $1095

65, shall register forthe school year 1965-66 by returning the registration forms to any teacher, prin- William E. WhaleySuperintendent VI and 4 trinimlatlon door ridio,and hour air aland-condl-
cipal or the Office of the Superintendent of Education on or before June 10, 1965. All pupils who of Education saner.
have not registered, and those pupils who have previously registered but who now wish to re-register, 1962 Ford $1295
shall register at the school of their choice August 16 through August 27, 1965. Registration shall be Econollne Club Bus
held Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 A.M. and 3:30 P. M. 1957 Ford . $295

B. AU pupils who will be six ((6)) yean of age on or before October 2, 1965, and who intend to NAME OF STUDENT: 1960" truck
commence the first grade for the school year 1965-66, in the Wakulla County School System, shall Chevrolet. $1095
by-and through their parent or guardian or other person standing loco parentis, register at the schoolof Grades for 1963-66 VI,4 door hardtop. Impala radio
their choice from June 1, 1965, through June 15. 1965. All pupils who have not registered, and neater and air automatic conditioned trammnalon -
those pupils who have previously registered but wfuo now wish to re-register, shall register at the dtIQL.Schsol GradeLiuiWllc 1962 Chevrolet. $1395
school of their choice 16 1965. shall be held
August through August 27, Registration Monday 1 thru 4 door Station wagon s cylinder
through Friday between the hours of 8:30 A. M. and 3:30 P.M. BUCKHORN: 6 with alandard Iranamtiaion Real
ST. BARKS_1 thru 6CRAfFORPVlUE. low mileage
C. Pupils transferring into the Wakulla County School System for the school year 1965-66 who did
1 thru nSOPCHOpry 1960 Falcon. $595
not attend school In such system during the school year 1964-65 and who are not commencing the -
first grade shall by and through their parent or guardian or other person standing loco parentis, register .-.-1 thru 12 Standard h..lr lnnmiuion radio and

at the school of their choice from August 16 through August 27, 1965.D. SHADEVIUE. I thru 12 1959 Opel . $295

In case of overcrowding, first preference In choice of schools will be given to those pupil: who Station Walton good necond car
register during June 1 through June 15, 1965. economy and room,

E. It shall be mandatory that the parent or guardian of the pupil registering to attend school during Signature of Parent or Guardian LOT NO. 2
the school year 1965-66 exercise the choice granted In Paragraph I,A hereof. The choice made at 1414 t. Monroe Fb. 222 SW4
the time of registration as hereinabove set out shall be binding for the school year 196566.F. .

The foregoing plan of registration: will be followed annually, except that for the school year Address. 1962 Ford . $895
1966-67 and subsequent years, prc-registratlon shall be completed prior to the end of school each VI.Inn,4 two door lone automatic llnlah. tranamia-

year. 1959 Mercury. $345
III. TRANSPORTATION: 4 door with automatic tran.mi|.
ion radio and healer
Commencuv, the school year 1965-66 all students, by and through their parent or guardian, STATE OF FLORIDA 1958 Chevrolet. $29
shall have fre.tA.'n of choice without regard to their race, color or national origin, to ride any WAKULLA COUNTYI f cylinder. 4 door, clem

buses school will bus be operated routed by the Wakulla County School System serving school the enrollment.IV. school of.their choice. All the undersigned William E. Whaley Superintendent of Education, upon authority of the Wakul- 1963 VW .. $1295
on a nondiscriminatory basis, according to la County Board of Education, do hereby certify that the foregoing Is a true and correct copy of a 1 door radio, heater
PUPILS RESIDING OUTSIDE WAKULLA COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM resolution adopted by the Wakulla County Board of Education on 28th day of July, .1965. 1959 Chevrolet. $695

If the Wakulla County Board of Education accepts) students from other districts their acceptance will William )E. 4 door, Station Wagon, ( palaengtr -

be on nondiscriminatory basis. In addition, the parent, or guardian of the pupil or pupils Involved, Whale: ation 1964 Monza $1695Coupe.
rhall have the freedom of choice granted la paragraph I,A hereof, and the choice to ride any school 4 'In the floor radio and
bus operated by the Wakulla County School System serving the school of their choice. ATTACHMENT "A" II....'. See this sporty little car.
1963 Chevrolet. $1395
V. PERSONNEL ASSIGNMENT 1. .. Number. of faculty and staff members employed by this system In t Ten 1 ipeed. reconditioned
Assignment of personnel at all levels and to all positions shall be made without regard to race, 1964-65 1965-66 thru-out ready to go al only
color or national origin. The following step will be taken Immediately pursuant to this policy Beginning 1962 Saab . $495
the school year 1965-66 the separate In-Service Training Program for teachers -- wherein White 55 White 54 1 door Import economy ....",.1.
workshops to study problems relating to the schools are held -- shall be eliminated and said program Negro 21 Negro 22 1963 Corvair $895
shall Include all the teachers of Wakulla County, Florida, regardless of race, color, or national ori- b. Non-instructional personnel employed M pick up. one awner low mid.
Dent ..
age. must this taw
gin. All system wide faculty meetings will be de-segregated. Further step will be taken towardsthe 1964-65 1965-66 price ol only
elimination of segregation of personnel, such as utilizing rotating personnel both the colored
and white schools. The race, color, or national origin of pupils will not be a factor In the Initial White 31 White 29 BOTH roe LOTS vou OPEN COXVEWUWCI TILL I'00 F; M
assignment to a particular school or within school of teachers, administrators or other employeeswho Negro 12 Negro 12
serve pupils, beginning In 196566. This school system will not demote or refuse to reemploy 2. Number of personnel discharged or not reemployed for 1965-66 Famous OK Quality
Principals, teachers and other staff members who serve pupils, on the basis of race, color, or national I 1 -Year G-W Warranty
origin this because actual or expected White 20
; demotion or failure to reemploy staff members
loss of enrollment a school. Attachment A hereto consists of a tabular statement, broken'' Negro 4 LONG TRADES-

down by race, showing (1) the number of faculty and staff members demote this system in19646J 3. Number of newly employed personnel for 1965-66 EASY TERMS
(2)) comparable data for 1965-661(3) the number of such personnel discharged or .
not reemployed for 1965-66 ((4)) the number of such personnel newly employed for 1965-66. Attachment White 18
A further consists of a certification that beach case of demotion, discharge or failure to Negro 5 ALFORDCHEVROLET

reemploy, such action was taken wholly without regard to race, color, or national origin. I certify that all actions taken to discharge, or In falling to reemploy personnel were taken without

VI. NOTIFICATION OF PUPILS, PARENTS AND PUBLICS regard to race, color,lor national origin. CO.

A verbatim copy of paragraphs I, n, HI and IV herein set out will be published In the Wakulla County William E. Whalcy WE ota HAVE AT MORE AtFORO TO
News, a weekly paper of local distribution,. once a week for three ((3)) consecutive weeks Immed- .i Over 40 Tears al Cattatytac
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"21 HOUR AMBULANCE ERVICE" CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP

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YOUR FINANCING ARRANGED AT 5 1/4
PAINTING POINTERSome NOTICELOT
ANY TYPE HOME BUILT ON YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE homeowners may like to
the color of the aluminum
change CLEARINGFILL
SERVING: WAKULLA COUNTY AND. TIE COASTAL AREAYU4Z801
tiding on their homei You can
HOME BIGGER BETTER! paint aluminum tiding with either I
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latex.type house paints, accordingto
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PANACEA FLORIDALET I The Aluminum Association A SOIL

The time is now, before summer, to make your home an even better US BUY OR SELL FOR YOU brush be used.or For spray direction paint equipment on good may surface LAND SCAPING

preparation, follow the recommendatiopi CONTACT :
place to live. With a little aid from us in the form of a loan, you'll be of your paint supplier EMMITT REVELL

surprised how handsome your home can be made. RT. 1 BOX 141
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We suggest you take the following steps if you wish to im t The Crawfordville Methodist
Churchhad In operation for the
prove your home. First check your home for all repairs or Now Showing NOW SHOWING first time ..Sunday their cen-
tral air conditioning system. Greg Kelghtley left Sunday
Last fall a central heating plant for Nashville, Tenn., for a 2
alterations that wish make. Second
to compile a com-
you
was Installed and the air
Tim ConwayJoe now week visit with his sister and
Frank! Sinatra conditioning unit has been add- family. He will also visit his
plete estimate including material and labor costs. And last, Flynn ed. This progressive step has brother and family in Clarksville -
Trevor Howard I added much to the comfort of Tenn., and his grand-
come to the bank with your information and apply for your "McHALE'S NAVY JOINS the church. mother In Bowling Creen, Ky.
THE AIR FORCE" "'VON RYAN'S EXPRESS'
Billy Helvestonof East Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds from
home improvement loan. Our loan costs are reasonable.And Conn., is visiting Mr. Orlando are visiting their dau-
and Mrs. Matt Mathis. Billy is ghter and family, Mr. and Mrs.
11 Mrs. Mathis Nephew. Buck Miller. They attended
you can repay monthly from income and take as long as -
PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN services at the Crawfordville
Coaches Elmer Coker, Red Methodist Church on Sunday.
36 months to pay. Start improving your home today. OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE. HWY. Sanders, and Matt Mathis attended -
a4-day clinic in Ricky Strickland, son of Mrs.
Today thru Sat. Gainesville last week. Kathryn Strickland, was rushedto
Today, Fri. G Sat. Tallahassee Memorial Hos-
Sen. Luther Tucker left last pital Monday night where he
Saturday for Honolulu to visit
"HUSH, I HUSH, with his son, Dit and family. underwent an emergency ap-
pendectomy. He is reported
Audie I Murphy SWEET CHARLOTTE" Mrs. Tucker and Stan will re- well.
doing
LEWIS STATE BANKFlorida's tl11"with: Sen. Tucker later In
"APACHE and
RIFLES" the month. Mrs. Edna Harper Is visiting
and "SHOCK CORRIDOR""UP her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Mrs. Jimmy Dykes and daughter Laws. She has been teaching
FROM and"NAKED : Hlmmic Lee, boarded attain second
THE BtACH: English as a languagefor
OldestMember in Tallahassee last
KISS" Fridayand two years at Marshall Island -
went to Jacksonville just on Majuro Atoll. She will
Federal 1 Deposit; Insurance Corporation for a Joy ride for I Kimmic Lee leave for Panama CanalAugust31st
1 and Jimmy drove to Jacksonvilleto from New Oittans.!

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SWEET SLEEP. Air conditioning makes a. big difference in personal efficiency and

health You have it in your office Don't you need it-even more-In your home?What

v does a hot, sleepless night cost-the next day on the job? An electric air conditioner

transforms your home into an island of cool comfort. Today even modest new homes

feature electric heat pumps for central cooling and heating But there are many electrical
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ways to all condition older homes-or |lust one room Many dealers and contractors

E AT R1 s offer budget( payments, too See yours now. Sleep well!



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AND lON'T BE CAUGHT IN THE OPEN WHEN
WEATHER BUREAU CIVIL DEFENSE, RED
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A "f' DO NOT DRIVE UNLESS NECESSARY. WATCH REPORT DOWNED POWER WIRES. BROKEN
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fIt.H iAoS., 'D'A'S : OUTBREAK OF FIRE, OR INJURIES JAMMED SWITCHBOARDS PREVENT EMERGENCY .
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YOUR ABILITY TO MEET EMERGENCIES

WILL INSPIRE AND HELP OTHERS


DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE WEATHER BUREAU

SHOWN ABOVE ARE THE! NECESSARY PKECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN BY CITIZENS OF THE COUNTY DURING A HURRICANE
'ALERT. PLANS HAVE BEEN UNDERWAY FOR SOMETIME BY THE WAKULLA COUNTY CIVIL DEFENSE ORGANIZATION IN CO- 6 ONE>BIU...LIVING*LOWER' IN
OPERATION l COST.HIGHER: :I .IN.VALUEI
WITH THE U. S. WEATHER BUREAU, AMERICAN RED CROSS AND THE FLORIDA FOREST SERVICE FOR ADVANCE I .
PRECAUTIONS TO BE TA KEN IN THE EVENT OF ANY TYPE OF NATURAL DISASTER. .

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