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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 26, 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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Reed president of the Tallahassee Jaycees, is shown above

the, Ballantine barrel to president Jim Helms of the Wa- ,
presenting at last Thursday's regularly scheduled meet-
kulla CounJaycees
VIII! Ing. The Tallahassee Club brought eleven of Its members downto

visit the local club In this District Jaycee Project.
Ballan-
the
sponsored annually by
The Roll the Barrell Program,

rtfMi.. tine Company, Is a Jaycee project to encourage inter-club visita
tion. A club is assigned to visit another club within the district,
SENATOR GEORGE TAPPER DISCUSSES FINAL PLANS WITH COMMANDER TED GIBSON OF FLORIDA present a short skit on some phase of Jaycee activity and report this

BOARD OF CONSERVATION AND A CAME AND FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION OFFICER visit to the state chairman. The wooden barrel is really a type of

AT LAST WEEK'S GROUND BREAKING ON ST. JOSEPH'S PENINSULA "piggy bank" slotted at the top so that money can be Inserted. At
members from both clubs do- .
during each presentation,
'OUTSTANDING FIREMANOF FLORIDA POWER TELLSOF MATTHEWS SPEAKS ON nate some point money to the barrel. At the end of the year, the club In the i

SOIL CONSERVATION district who has the highest percentage of members present when
1965' TO BE CHOSEN PERSONNEL CHANGES making their required visits gets the barrel and all of the money Inside MISS BISS: PIDCOCK SW1TH

Thursday, August 26 Congressman Our local Jaycees won this pro-
for activity.
"With Crystal River to be used Jaycee
our new
Tallahassee (Special) State D. R. (Billy) Mat successful again.
forward to being
DICKSONMr.
plant scheduled for operation In ject last year and are looking SMITH -
Treasurer and Insurance Com- thews, In an address preparedfor has really Increased the
in the county-wide organization
1966 we are finalizing plans Activity
,
missioner Steward Williams today the Florida Association of Ideas
"BlueRibbon now for the most efficient use past few weeks and much was gained from the Interchange and Mrs. Bertie Aubrey Smith, Monticello, Florid!; "
announced a select Soil and Water Conservation District also enjoyed -
Committee"of outstandlugFlorlda of power production throughoutour at their 20th with the Tallahassee group. The twenty-six men of present color film pounce the engagement of their daughter, Bess Pidcock, t.- .-
company's 32-county system Supervisors the portion of the program that consisted a Bloxham Dickson. He is the son of Mrs. Alethla Pigott
civic leaden who Annual Meeting in Jacksonville Bowl Football Game.
"said A. Ormston Vice of the highlights of the 1965 Gator Crawfordville Florida.
J. showing ,
will meet twice during the next President, of Florida Power Corp- on Friday, August 27, emphasized ] President Helms and the members of the Wakulla County Jaycees The wedding will be an event of October 10, 1965, at *, ." ..
Florida "Out-
six weeks pick the "constant challenge to Investigatethe
1965". oration. "As a result of this urge all young men of Jayxee age within the county at the Monticello Presbyterian Church.
standing Fireman of of soil conservation. fulfill the civic
The naming of the seven-man planning, we are announcing I Active in the successful effortto Jaycee'organization and Sue how they can help The bride-elect, a graduate of Jefferson County I"' w'
have to Wakulla County. tended Louisiana College PIneville, Louisiana : ui Florida
committee followed an earlier series of personnel realignmentsin restore $100 million for soil responsibility we ,
our production depart- Junior College, Madison, Florida. She is preset mployed by
announcement by Commissioner power conservation in thisyell"
purposes PANTHERS WORK TOWARD the State Board of Conservation.Her .
ment. CLUB.
Williams that he and his department agricultural appropriations AAA MOTOR
Lee been named fiance graduated from Sopchoppy High School and Florida -
R. B. has TOUGH SCHEDULE was
were Initiating for the first Matthews warned that 1 if LOCAL OFFICIALSPUSH ,
consultant for the com- State University, where he was a member of Alpha Phi Omega.
award of this power and
time a meritorious we do not conserve our soil SCHOOL SAFETYThe
Former production superintendent Football Is underway
nature. pany. water resources, our nation will practice
In naming the committee Lee will perform economic perish. Peninsula Motor Club at Crawfordville High School ycr .rt'S'

Williams once again said, "I and engineering studieson The veteran Florida Congressman (AAA)has begun Its annual driveto according to new head Coach fang :. "f !

have felt for many yean that system-wide power plant efficiency emphasized that we have alert motorists to be parti- Elmer Coker.Cokeraald :-

florida public servants deserve which will help hold only a reserve of 50 million cularly careful in school areal that he is installing ,J; .. ,:..:: :, :.
,
more public recognition and applaud down costs of electricity also not acres of land that are not need and around school buses, and is the multiple T system offense. I .. 'oj

for the untiring efforts only In production, but for ed for actual agricultural pro supported in this by Sheriff Wll- He said that it is. simple and 'j ....... .

on behalf of all the people of consumers. He will continue to duction, and that we are losing iam R. Taff of Wakulla County. flexible. 4.4"

Florida. I know that the seven report directly to Vice President annually one million acres of David Wilson will run at quarterback t', 0 \ fT:0& I_

men whom I have selected today Ormston. land because of spreading suburbs Colorful posters and bumper with Bucky Fenell and M J' r 4 -

will they, themselves, serve George W. Marshall, assistant erosion and the increased. strips are provided by the AAA Don Sparkman working at the pa. 'Z"f ,' a

untiringly select what will be production superintendent, Industrialization of A mer I ca. Club as part of a national effortto ends. : .,.. .
'Cream of the Crop' in themsnwhoisselected assumes the duties of production Running backs Include Dusty \
the Allied to the problem in AmerIca curb traffic accidents Involving -
'Florida's superintendent; Ben J. Marshall, Is the world-wide problem school age youngsters. Cook, Don Currie, Butch Taff,

Outstanding Fireman of 1965'. Jr., former electrical engineerIn with an an general Jerry Sheldon, and Clint Naz-
of over-population, A. Ridge ly Jones, /
The members of the "Blue Rib- the mechanical engineering nual population Increase of 2s% of the motor club, reminded worth. .."

Committee" are Harold Baker department, becomes assistant and an Increase in food productIon manager driven that many kin- John Harrell, Lloyd Paulk,, '.
Director television production superintendent; andY Danny Miller, Bobby Porter, I
News of only Itt per year. dergarten and primary school .
station WFGA in Jacksonville, A. Szelistcwskl, presently Matthews emphasized that we children are on their own In Eric Mathls, Moose Wig I n ton "
in the en engineer in the mechanical are working for positions in the '
analyst land that
prominent news need every acre of we traffic forthe first time -- ----
southeast; Donald Waid, prom- engineering department, takes have In America to guarantee of whom have not had line.
over the responsibilities of electrical many Coker said that some of
inent Insurance executive from our security In a rapidly chang traffic safety edu- Coach r
previous
Daytona Beach, and recognized ,I engineer, vacated by Ben ing world.FURTHER. any cation. the young boys would help out

community leader of fire prevention J. Marshall, Jr. Not all school pedestrians have as soon as they gained some ex
A native od Dawson Ga. R.
.
Jim Couey perience.The
activities that are -
streets
access to protected
General Manager of the Tampa B. Lee is a graduate of Georgia TELEPHONE traffic aids -- signs, Panther schedule Is as follows -
by
Tech and came to Florida Power 17 Carrabelle
Tribune Tampa prominentcivic September ,
,
police patrols, cross-
Corporation In 1946. During the EXPANSION UNDERWAY signals, at Carrabelle; September 24,
and fraternal leader; Eddie ing guards and pedestrian cross-
following years, he held various Sneads at Crawfordville; Octo-
Hoffman, Assistant Fire Including William P. Malloy, District walks. In addition, many
engineering: positions ber 1 Chapman at Crawford
Palm Beach active children will have to walk in or ,
Chief West Commercial Manager, announces -
assistant
production engineer, vlUe; October 8, F.S.B. at
civic leader Jim Rossman, Bra- production superintendent and construction Is begin- along a roadway-- particularlyIn Marianna; October 15, Cam- 1
denton Insurance agent, and superintendent. ning north of Craw fordvllle along rural and new suburban areas belle at Crawfordville October
former president of the Mana- production the Tallahassee Highway and which, quite often, have no /
Prior to Joining Florida Power, 22, Bristol at Bristol; October d
tee County Insurance Agents Association Lee was in the power industry will extend Into the New Light sidewalks. These youngsters 29, Wewahitchka at Crawford-
Ted Stein- The facilities must be taught to walk on the
; F. E. ( ) forseveralyears as an employeeof Church Area. new vtlle November 5, Rickards at
traffic. ; GOVERNOR HAYDON BURNS GREETS FRIENDS AT PORT ST.
meyer, prominent Tallahassee the Meter costing in excess of $8,- left facing
Bailey Company. Crawfordville (Homecoming);
civic leader JOE, SENATE PRESIDENT JAMES E. NICK CONNOR IN BACK-
active 000.00 will provide service to
attorney, George W. Marshall, a graduate November 12, Chattahoocheeat
and member of the Board 01 of the University of Kansas. twenty ((20)) new subscribers in CRAVFORDVILLE I Chattahoochee; and Novem- GROUND.

Governors of the Junior Bar sec J joined Florida Power in the New Light Church Area. ber 19 Sopchoppy at Crawford-
PERSONALS ,
tion of the Florida Bar; and Sam- 1951 after working In power engineering Southeastern Telephone Com- ville. RI I

uel Jacobson, president of the ; functions of the Public pany has stepped up its survey Mrs. Ed called to
American Insurance Agency, Service Company of Northern approach whereby it initiates Levy was
civic and fraternal leader, Miami contactswithpotential subscribers Jacksonville Monday, August f 4
Ul(101a. During his service with
16 due to the Illness of her
,
Florida. Florida Power, Marshall has in all areas of the county and underwent JASPER DAVIS
who -
"These seven men, Williams been assistant production engineer provides service where desired daughter, recently

said, 'represent 'a cross sectionof assistant superintendent of and feasible. surgery. Graveside services were sche-

all of Florida, and will be the Paul L. Bartow plant in St. RECENTLY COMPLETED Mrs. Charles Dawson left last duled at 3:00 P.M. Sunday for

considering hundreds of nominations Petersburg and was Earned assistant Extension of service into the Saturday visit relatives in At- Jasper Davis, 84, who died fri-
"
from throughout Florida. lanta. day morning at the Isle of Rest
production superintendent Camp Indian Springs area wasrecently
will hold their Home in Monticello.
The committee 1964. Nursing
in April completed in which
meetings in Tampa with the? Ben J. Marshall, Jr., a native service was provided to fourteen Mrs Nell Russ, Ginger and A native of Slocomb, Ala. ,

first one scheduled for,September Camilla Ca., Is a 1953 ((14)) new subscribers. Surveys Cindy, are visiting relatives in Davis had made his home at
28.SCHOOL. Alabama.Mrs. for several .
graduate of the University recently completed Indicate further Sopchoppy yun.
employee He was a *etired railroad engine -
Florida and haibeenan north of
extensions Camp William Moore and five and of the
1941. er, was Baptist
BOARD of Florida Power since Indian Springs will be completed -
children from Atlanta visited faith.
theompany's
He has been electrician at
CHANGES this year. Mrs. Moore's parents, Mr. and The gravelde service were
MAXES Inglis plant, aval electrical stated that new tele- '
construction supervisoron 'I Malloy construction in the Craw- Mrs. Charlie Tucker, a few days at 3sOO P. M. at the West Sop 4
voted its phone last week. with the Rev.
School Board at choppy Cemetery
The and electrical -
plant construction: fordville Exchange will be near hJ
16 O. C, Hall officiating. Arrangements .
meeting on August ,
regular he a ding-that .
engineer, this
its $100,000.00 year.In Mrs. C. L. Thlgpta from Miami for the burial were
operating
1965, to revise group in the mechanical engineering making this announcement, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
the routesof handled J. A. Culley and
and change by
policies ; department. further rtates that South- PrWINNING
transportation Malloy Porter and other relatives for Sons Funeral Home.
some buses. Increasing Walter. Szellrtowskl, a 1956 eastern Telephone Company will
and the fact two weeks. Davis Is survived by two daughters
costs, Milwaukee
graduate of the continually strive to expand its
that short spur runs are prohibit- School of Engineering, came to service and facilities In Wakul- A group of friends entertained Mrs. Qulnton Bums, Sop f

edby State Regulations, makesit Florida Power In 1957. He has la County we are pleased to Mrs. Edna Earl Harper with a choppy, and Mrs. Lena Ludwig,
the Board to eliminate Sumpter, S. C.; two sisters,
essential for worked In the mechanical engineering share In the steady growth and surprize luncheon at the Aloha
alj) runt to Individual department as assistant development of Wakulla County Restaurant in Panacea last Tues- Mrs. Carrie Hughes, Dothan, CAR
lee than one (1)) i Ala. and Mrs. Susan Martin,
houses that an electrical engineer, with The presented her ,
day. group
all children Ala. grandchildren Cypress Gardens, Fla. This 1930 Cadillac V-16 took
Slocomb seven
mile In length both office and field construction with a going away gift. Mrs. | coupe top
this weekend In the second annual Gardens Invitational -
within this distance and four great-grand- trophy Cypress
who live experience. He was promoted Harper left today for the Panama |
Classic Car Meet. Owner DidcTerhune of Sanford boughtthe
bus
will be asked to meet the to engineer In the mechanical Canal Zone where she will children. ,
car two years ago and spent a year restoring it to original beau-
main route.
on Its engineering departmentIn teach. Mrs Alma Tucker was .

1964, holding that position I Everglades National Park In charge of the arrangements. ty.

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NOTICE .'. fo .d f ourcenis (ion per ( all other bridges over 800 oe ctat doM exist and r
In the rPROPOSED
Court of the County : : r the total t ix I levied b"t >
I'' gjll n I WHEREAS, an ameredrneiit Sip
(OUST 26 I feet iii I i
1965 judge Wakulla CONSTITUTIONAL t..h' I I.IW in gas lini anitothriliii. Esfambla: extension Constitution
Notice Is hereby that County, FloI 21 in County he State dealing with
given the I AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON nov
ol pUrdeim Maxwell
producta from of
rida. In Probate.IN t ol I interstate 110 the subject matter UxaUon of
Board of Public Instruction: :: NOVEMBER t, 1963 known as the first gas tax and upor Street to U S W or U S. 29 fromr..n.u..ola Certain types at motor vehicles
Wa k u lla County will receive REI Estate of NOTICE OP SPECIAL ELECTION other fuels used to propel motur to the Alabama state line should be submitted to the voter
WHEREAS The Legislature ol vehicles (hereinafter called lll J from SR. SKW via Cervantes if the State of Florida at the I
WAKULLA sealed bids up and until 9:00 ORA W. SCOTT ,, J.MS. under the Constitution of IMS Revenue!. shall as Cr': : I, .md US Street 90 to Interstate 10 East eat possible Urn. NOW THZRE arlt;

h. M. August, 1965, for the Deceased.To of tht State of Florida did pans JoInIResolutions distributed monthly by Ihe slate I of Pensacola should the state road FORE.

COUNTY NEWSt umishlng of kitchen and cafeorluin All Creditors and Persons to the Constitution proposing of the amendmenti State of comptroller administration to the(hereinafter state l bard called of I department determine the need to I ol Be the It State Resolved of Florida by the: Legislature

equipment follows Florida, and they were agreed to board to be posited in atr84tfttI1dtobknt.flr bofratg5,51; : 'I-
as Having Claims or Demands A- by a vote of thr.e.fourth vote olaU the the "ntate : County arterial C i inectors Thai the following; amendment to

I-lephone WAlnut t-Uvl 1. Serving Counter gainst Said Estate the members elected to each fund shaU and urban Improvemerta Section 13 of Article IX of the
house The of Resolutlons I i a total of approximately but not State CoruUtutlon to agreed to and
votes said Joint
board
2. Dish Counters You and each of you are here- were entered upon their re he administered by the and used only at more than seven million two hundred I ihall be submitted to the elector
3. Vegetable Sink hereinafter provided fifty thousand dollars (17250 of the date for approval or rejec
bynotified and required to spectlve journals, with the yeas and In this amendment
present provided
ns : of way and con lion at a special sailed election
Pot Sink claims and demands nay. thereon, and they did deter For the e :of this amendment I 000)) for right ai
any Section 3
provided by of Article
mine and direct that the laid Joint boarS shall continue as abody structlon;
Virginia Kightky EditosPublisher 5. Pot Rack, suspended from which you, or either of you, Resolutions be submitted to the electors the life of. 23 In St Johns County. SR 18 XVII of the Florida Constitution
ceiling have the of the State of Florida at a corporate and Inh.W'ha all. from Interstate 95 to U S. I: which shall be held on the first (lit) ,
may against estate of amendment
I 6. special election on November 2, this provided in this amendment :24 In Alachua County S R. 28 Tuesday after the first (1st) Mon.
f'r d Keightley. Refrigerator Ora W. Scott, deceased, late 1905: the powers addition to all other con. ; from Interstate 7J to Gainesville; day In November next which date
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7. Freezer of said County, to the County NOW, THEREFORE. I. TOM rtitutional in and statutory powers related 23 In Volusla County, BevllleRoid a i* November 2. 1983 I
8. Work Tables ADAMS Secretary of State of the : of t this amendment : from Interstate 95 and Inter- BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
(" t,.red nt (rawfordville\ Florida, Judge of Wakulla County, Flo- State of Florida do hereby give to the purposes hereafter conferred stilt to US. I: that three fourth (>.4) of all menu- I
9. Vegetable Peeler rida, at Ills office in the court notice that aSPEl.1AL heretofore law or said board :C In Orange County. arterial con. bers elected to each house of the p

.i' .r< ,'ml! dais matter SubwrlprU 10. Milk Cooler house of said County at Craw- ELECTION (bl ThdbCitd.by upon throua-rt the Florid"dev.lopment I nectors and urban Improvements, a Legislature doe determine that an
11. I will he hrld In each County In I commission. or any I total of approximately but not more emergency requiring an early decislon .
$3.00 per year Range fordvllle, Florida, within six Florida on the first Tuesda after successor agency thereto shall have than seven million two hundred fifty by the elector of the State I

12. Steamer calendar months from the time the first Monday in November the power to Issue bonds or certlficates thousands dollars $7250000)) for does exist with reference to this

13. Oven of the first publication of this which date Is November 2. 1963: for I Including refunding bondsor right of way and construction; amendment to Section II of ArticleIX '
the ratification or rejection of the certificates to fund or refund 27 In Hillsborough County. arter of the Constitution
114. Mixer notice. Each claim or demand said Joint Resolutions proposing bonds or certificates theretofore lal connectors and urban Improvements SECTION 13. Motor vehicles ...b- I
any
Cafetorium Tables shall be In writing, and shall amendments to the Constitution of issued, subject to approval of the a total of approximately ect to single property tax.-Motor
the Slate of Florida. viz: board and the bond review board but not more than seven million i /eludes" a* property, shall! be subicct -
I Full specifications can be obtained state the place of residence and NO, as provided In Section 213 96 Florida two hundred fifty thousand dollars to only one ((1) form of tax*. I

HENRY WILLIAMS REALTYR I I I from the office of the post office address the claimant SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION I 1'00' Statutes as to legal and fiscal $7290000), ) for right of way and I lion which shall be a license tax I

and shall be sworn to by 261 sufficiency, for the purpose of ob construction) ; for the operation of such motor p .
'-. RtAL ESTATE BROKE Superintendent of Public IrstrucItton A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan taming funds for use by the state 28 In Pinellas County, extension> vehicle which license tax shall be

I, Wakulla County Craw- the claimant, agent, attorney, amendment to Subsections (II) road department (hereinafter called of Interstate 4 from Central Avenue In such amount and levied for such I
5 MARKS FLA.
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ffordviUe Florida. All bids and any such claim or demandnot and (12) of Section 5 of Article V the department) to construct or re to zgV S II, purpose as the legislature may, bylaw
Phone 741 ,,, so filed shall be void. of the Florida Constitution relative construct portions of the primaryroad In Plnella* County 5 R. fItS provide and shall be In lieu ,
orPAVACEA must be accompanied by a bid to district courts of appeal pre system of the state into four 68th Street) U S. n to S R 694; of all ad valorem taxes assessable i iI .

guarantee of not less than 5% of /./ Hope DraperAs scribing the number of appellate I I or more lane highways and for the 3V In St Lucie County S.R. 68 against motor vehicles as personal
BRIDGE purchase of rights of way therefor, from Interstate 95 to Ft Pierce; I I property. I
base bid. Ancillary Executor of the districts within the state, ire number ..
4-2102 I of judges to serve In each dis. provided that proceeds of the bondsor 31 In Broward County S R 814. Motor vehicle as that term Is
YU
Phone The Board reserves the right to Last Will and Testament of trtct. and the composition of the certificates issued hereunder from US 441 to 5 R. 811; used herein also Include. mobile I

ReAL ESTATE ALL TYPES reject any or all bids and to Ora W. Scott, deceased. court, declaring an emergency under shall be used to pay fifty per centum 32 In Broward County. S R, AlA. homes trailer coaches house traU.I I
Section 3 of Article XVII of the ((90 ,) of the costs of the rights of i from Ft Lauderdale to S R 814 ers. camper type mobile* homes I
4t-8/12. 19
As'oclatei award the bid to the best In- 26.9/2. State Constitution providing for e way for any such roaa In Pompino mounted and transported wholly

W. M Hatcher. Sr. teiest of Wakulla County. special election The average net interest cost on I 33 In Broward County S R A1A p upon the body of a aelf-propelled
I WHEREAS. the Legislature of the Issue of such bonds or certifl from Hollywood Boulevard to U.S. vehicle or any type of tastier or ,
6-3201 the Court of the any i
Phone WA Board In
of
Public Instruction County ,
State of Florida has determined that Vales shall not exceed four and one. : vehicle body without Independent
I Eyi S. E. Roddenberry, judge, Wakulla County, Florida an emergency requiring an early half per centum ((4''i'; I per annum. : in'oade County, S.R 828 (Palmetto i motive power drawn by or carried.
Chairman In Probate.IN decision by the electors of the State Such bonds or certificates shall Expressway), from propose I upon a ..propelled vehicle designed
does" exist NOW THEREFORE.. mature at luch time or times as I' South Dade Expressway to U.S, 27 for and used either a* a .
Attestillliam E. Whaley, lIEs Estate of Be It Resolved by the Legislature the board shall determine not exceedmg add two ((21 lanes, means of transporting persons or
-- -- Superintendent Joseph Reese Williams of the State of Florida: In any event however 3S In Dade county proposed property over the public streets
3t-8/12. Thai the following proposed twenty years from January I. iJti! South Dude Expressway from U.S. p and highways of thIa state or for
If You Need. 19. 26. Deceased.To amendment of Subsections (itt and The board shall have power to determine I 1 near Caribbean Boulevard to State furnishing housing accommodations,
((2)) of Section 5 of Article V of the all: other details of such I Road 828 Palmetto Expressway near or both; provided. however any
All Creditors and Persons Const t'ition of Florida li agreed bond ur certificates and to sell Miller Road (SW. Mm S Included vehicle herein shall be subject
Of ficeSuppliCiilluiin In The Circuit Court of The Having Claims or Demands I to and shall be submitted to the such bond or certificates at public I ;3d such other primary : ..iL the to a license tax as an operable .

('s* Machines Second judicial Circuit of Against Said Estate: electors of the State for approvalor sale after public advertisement need for which shall be determined I motor vehicle regardless of I
rejection at a special called thereof None of said bonds or certiflcstis by the department to be as greatas Its actual une unless the Included p pvehicle
Office I.'urnitu'res. Florida, In and For Wakulla You here- election as provided by Section 3 of shall be sold at less than thtee listed provided however. Is permanently affixed to I
and eachof you are Article XVII of the Florida Conbtltutlon the land. In which case It shall be
.. or Call County. In Chancery.No. par value thereof, plus accrued that no such unlisted project shall the
1343.MandyMarelf by notified and required to present Interest, and said bonds or oe undertaken until the department taxable as real property I
.
ANEY WHALEYat any claims and demands Section S District Courts of Appeal certificates, shall be awarded at pubic han under cor,tact all segments of IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, '
BAKER, (it) Appellate Districts The sale thereof to the bidder offerIng the pr jectk herelnabovc listed as p I have hereunto let my hand p
Plaintiff which you, or either of you, state shall be divided Into four ( II. the lowest net Interest cost items 1 through 39 nor ahsll such I and affixed the Great Seal
may have against the estate of or more appellate districts of contiguous : for such bonds or certificates In the unlisted project be undertaken until of the State of Florida at

vs. DIVORCE. Joseph Reese Williams deceased counties as the Legislature manner to be determined by the the department has determined th.tth..r. : Tallahassee the Capital this
from time to time .
CAPITAl. OFHCEEQUIPMENT may preicriheand board are or will be sufficient funds the 20 day of August A.D",
CO. Richard Andrew BAKER late of said County, to the there shall be organized a The board with the consent of thedepartment. for the completion of all the listed I 1963 .
district court of appeal In each shall have the
County Judge of Wakulla County powerto projects The hating of said projectsi TOM ADAMS
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district (Seal)
Defendant. pledge for the of the
319 Sou'h ArUnn StCorne payment through .,9 shall not be construed
Florida, ;,t his office in the (21 ORGANIZATION: NUMBER principal and Interest on said bonds I Secretary of State
schedule but the orderr
K I\i, ':o.: AND SEI.FCTION OF JUDGES ac a priority I
ORDER OF PUBLICATION court house of said County at >r certificates and reserves therelor, which aid niiado are to be constructed -
TALI.AHASSEE. FLORIDA Crawfordville Florida within There shall Initially be three 03') including refunding bonds or certiflcates shall be In the discretionof FLORIDA STATE OPENS
STATE OF FLORIDA TO Judges in each district court of ap all or any part of the the Where title to
Richard Andrew Baker six calendar months from the peat and the Legislature may provide moneys to oe placed In the state any right department of way for said roadsis FOOTBALL PRACTICE

time of the first publication of for addItional judges for any. roads bond fund. provided for in acquired after April 19 1969
district court of appeal and reduce this
Address Unknown. may amendment and to enter into
and ouch of was -
right purchased 23
thisnotice. Two of each way Tallahassee Aug. The
copies I the number of any district to any other conxenants or agreementswith tax I
LEON I'TIC TANKEH'ICE You are hereby notified that a claim or demand shall be in not less than three ((31) Three 3)judges the holders of such bonds or funds, tifty with per.ccondary cent (tail;gsa) of the 'time of decision has arrived for I I IBm

complaint for divorce has been writing and shall state the I and shall shall consider constitute each a case panel and for certificates. and concerning the securitythereof ; costs of said right of way shall bt'r'lmb..r.ed Peter.on and his staff as ,
the rights of the hold
filed against you in the Circuit place of residence and post office the concurrence of a majority of the ers thereof all of which covenants the bonds iiiued from hereunder the proceeds Where ol Florida State's football team o-

Court of Wakulla County, Flo- address of the claimant, panel shall be necessary to aderision and agreements shall constitute le any contract has been entered into penedpracticeMondaymornlng.The I
Clean Out rida In Chancery. You are 1 he court shall hold at gaily; binding and irrevocable contracts after 19 1969 and secondary
and shall be to by the Apnl first week of two a
sworn east one ((1)) session every bear In with such holders and shall I day I
I funds bt used for the
RepairNew herebyrequired to file (person- claimant, a&ent, attorney and each judicial circuit within the dlstrlct be fully enforceable by such holders gas nitruction'ax of arc any to of said projects workouts will be devoted primarily !

ally or by attorney) with the fee of wherein there Is ready businessto in ai y court of competent juris) hundred cent (1(10( '. of auchexpenditure of
Installation accompanied by filing transact After a change in the diction jne per ( ) to an analysis personnel I

The Best For Less Clerk of said Cc-ut, and send a one dollar and such claim or territorial limits of any appellate N i such bonds or certificates shall I shad I be reimbursed I in several key offensive pos1I I
: from the proceeds of the bonds issued ,
copy of the same to the attor- demand not so filed shall be district all proceedings then pending. be issued by the board having annual hereunder tions.

ney for the plaintiff, your writ- void. within court the of jurisdiction appeal shall of each be trans.fereed distnct amount maturity exceeding requirements.ev..nty.live In an I I The holders: of Ihe 'bonds or certificates i "We've got to decide who's I

Telephone ten de fe nse s if any, to the /s/ Ruth Strickland Williams to the court then havingjurisdiction cintum (75. I of the amount which per I any.issued responsibility hereunder whatsoever shall nothave going to play for us, Peterson
Tallahassee! 877-1773 complaint in said cause on or except causes which It determines can be serviced by the '
As executrix of the Last Will have been orally argued Pledged Revenue for for the application or use of any of says. "Last year we knew who
such
;ifter fi:OO before September 6, 1965. accruing the proceed derived from the saleal
p.m. and Testament of Joseph MO. 2 : use under the provisions of this I such bonds or certificates. and our starting football players were
fail
Herein not or judgment by HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION amendment, based upon the average the at the end of
Reese Williams, deceased. I ngnts and remedies of the holders spring practice.Thisyearwe're .
annual
amount of Pledged
default will be entered said
against NO 1849
I of such bonds or certificatesand I
Revenue going to have to
4t-8/5 12.19.26. collected during the twenty-
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan I their right to payment from
Dees Barber ShopfOUR you. amendment to section T of ArticleV four (241) months immediately preceding said pledged revenue in the manner find out in several spots, and we
WITNESS hand and the I the date of
my of the state constitution by adding the bonds orcertificates provided herein shall not be affected don't have much time to do it.
seal of said Court at Crawford- subsections ((2A and ((2BI authori I or the amount of said I' or Impaired by the application or
Ing the legislature to provide an additional Pledged Revenue collected during/ use of such proceeds "The cream should rise to the
Florida
POINTS vlUe, Wakulla County, I 1OR SALLi Two Nice, Male county judge in Lake coun. the twelve (12i months Immediately The board shall use the moneys In top during the first week, how-
1965. preceding the date of I
this 2nd/: day of August, 8 Weeks Old. ty: declaring an emergency antproviding said bondsor the state roads bond fund In each "
Beagle Pups I certificates whichever is the ever.
for a special election fiscal year only for the following
\ BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 'OFFICIAL SEAL) $15. 00 each of $25.00 for both. Be It Resolved by the Legislature filed loner by, as the shown state in a certificate purposes and m the following order I The Seminolescliecke4inyes- I
Moody Pearce of the State of Florida: comptroller with of priority I
Jr/ 6-3944. will be
Phono WA terday. Today
I the board prior to the issuance of spentin
That the following amendment to
I Hi) For the I
OPEN TIL Moody Pcarce Bcw115.: CrawfonMUc. Fla. srctinn T of Article V of the state such' bonds or certificates, No bonds of and Inteiest payment on of any the bonds principal physical examinations with

I 8;00 P. \i. FRIDAYSGROT Clerk Circuit Court constitution adding subsections ((2A I shal amount be exceeding Issued hereunder three hundred In an '"r certificates maturing In such the first workout scheduled for I
and ((2BI as set forth below Is fiscal
Wakulla County, FloridaJ. Breed to and shall be submitted to mlllHn dollars ItaoOOOOOOO). except ,12) For year the deposit into any reserve 900 A. M. tomorrow morning. I
the qualified electors of the state by specific approval of two third- funds The squad will work out twice
H. Hudson of both houses of the provided for In the I
legislature
for ratification or rejection on November

I IKITFIFIDHAKOLD P. O. Box 66CnwfordvllLe Sell KNAPP SHOES or full 2, IIW5) as provided In section No election or approval of qualified 0 proceedings' said bonds.uth'Jrtzlnl or certificates the issuance of daily until classes start, Sept-
part electors or freehold electors sha'l be any ember 6. I
3 of Article XVII of the ..tal.constll..tlon .
Florida amounts
BILFSGRDY UtTIIFRSWF time. Earn $25 to $150 a weekon : required for the i Issuance of bondsor I required to be depositedin
such reserve funds In such flscayeai The positions for grabs Include
Attorney for PlaintHf.iW.12IQ.26. certiflcstes! hereunder up
high commissions and bonus. Section T Coutty judges courts

COOk, Owner Steady year-round business. ((2A) County judges, Luke county Any certificates proceedings to to"be validate Issued bondsor hereunder ((3) After all payments required Ir I one offensive guard post,

<;%H GREEN STWPS Equipment furnished free. Writeto The legislature may provide, withiitit shall be brought in the cir. such fiscsl year for the purpose I center, flanker back and split
referendum thereon, for one (1) cult court In and for Leon County, provided for In ((1)) and (II) above. end.
-. J. C. Clayton, Knapp Shoes, additional I judge In Lake county. pursuant to Chapter 75 Florida Including any deficiencies for re.quired I Edwin Pope 212
OPPORTUNITY Brockton, Mass (2B> 'I'his amendment shall become Statutes: except that any notice, payment in prior fiscalyears pound junior

For a future with well known 2t8l9.26.Ta.llaha.we effective only upon Its approval rule nisi or other order relating to have been provided for, any I from Waycross, Ca emergedas
'p j a by a majority of the electors the Issuance, validation or sale of moneys remaining In such state I the number one guard candidate
Ss Midwest Manufacturing Firm of the state particlpatn In the the bonds or certificates need be roads bond fund shall be transmuted I II
W* are now offering exclusive special election held November 2. published only In Leon County I monthly by the board for I opposite two year letter-

1 distributorships for a patented 11)63 and a concurrent approval After the Initial i Issuance of any deposit In the state treasury in man Joe Avezzano as a result of
of a majority of the electors of Lake binds or certificates pursuant to the state road trust fund along with I work but
product. No co mpetltioD.Factory the other unrestricted funds spring Larry Williamson
( coui ty participating In the same this amendment the board may in the
OP trained personnel will election, Issue additional bonds or certificates state roads moneys account at p and soph Carlie McNeil,

assist you in setting a tried Be It Further Resolved that threefourths which will rank equally and on a provided In Section 3.19081. Florida both of Macon Ca. will
up Statutes. for I provide I
use by the
(1.1) of all meml n electedto parity, as to It mona od source of departmentas
and proven advertising and mere each house of the legislature does security for payment from said provided by law i stiff competition.

h and I sin g program. 10091 determine .tanentee gency requiring pledged revenue with any bonds or I Proceeds of said bonds or certl John Stephens is a returning
\IU.Y AMERICAN: mark an early decision by the certificates theretofore Issued ficates which have been transmlttec
Investment pursuant letterman at but the
up. guarantee to the department, center, position
electors of the state does exist to this amendmentNo moneys
'TII. IKPVINHAI d Minimum investmen with reference to this nendment to bond.. certificates. or other deposit In any lnn1u or othe I In has no depth whatever.

"''1'OKI ANTl $1,000. Maximum $14,000All section 7 of Arti,'le V of the ..tat.con.tltutlon obligations whatsoever shall at any created d for any Issue of bond I Wayne McDuffie was moved

'HE replies confidential. Fo time be Issued under the provisions or certificates. pending their I actua
: of this amendment except auch use may be Invested In direct ob I from defensive end late in the
I information write Director o NO, 3 ligatlons of the United ,
bonds or certificates States it
Initially Issued
12 I Marketing, P. O. Box 14049, IIOVSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. hereunder or such additional parity America or In the other securities spring help and more changesare
I 586 I bonds or certificates referred to In Section 344 27 Flondi p probable.
1 St.wORIDA. St. Louis, Missouri 63178. A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan In this as provided I, Statutes ,
amendment. The
UNITED MARKETING COM- amendment to section A of Article (d) The board shall have flanker back position Is
V of the State Constitution to (Ic) Proceeds of any bonds or certilficates th< bare with
the
of All
PANY, 6286 Bartmer Avenue pro power to make and enforce all rule graduation
Issued
pursuant to this
vide thdt In Palm Beach the
and
j St. LouiSl Mo. 63130.l4tc8Lill1l clerk of the circuit court county shall also amendment after deducting therefrom exercise regulations of the necessary to the ful'' American Fred Biletnlkoff. Elton

be the clerk of the criminal courtof issuance the coots validation of the and board sale for thereof the' I and no legislation. powers herein shall be granted enquired Re veil, Bill Cox, and T. K.

'Ii emergency record: exists determining, that an any premium and accrued In full force to render this amendment of Wetherell are expected: to stagea

Huaine**) Firms. Hi- It Resolved by the Legislatureof tercst thereon and the deposit Into January 1. and 16) operating effect on three-waybsttle for possession

the State of Florida: any reserve or sinking funds pro The legislature, which should be of the
I Thai the following amendment to vided fur In the proceeding au. during the period one high
rectum 9 of Article V of the state thonzlng the i Issuance of said bonds, not this amendment Is In effect srul lights of pre-season drills.

constitution Is agreed to; that three shall be transmitted to the department : gas lax reduce is the rate of said first I Buddy Blankeiuhlp played behind '
I now provided
In
DIRECTORYI fourths (1.1> of all members electedto for the purpose of construe Chap ,
I the house nf representatives and ting or reconstructing those portionsof ter nate 208 Florida Statutes or elimi Don Floyd at the split end
the following roads which are not exempt or remove any per I.1stseason
to the senate determines that an son firms and has first leg up on
emergency requiring .." e.irly deilslun atceady :o dole for item or corporations now and the
: hereafter job.
subject to Competition will
said come
by the electors nf the state 34 and portion item 52 where tax> from
Thewe AdvtrtiMraF exists. and that said amendment be two lanes will be added to txmtirg the levy and collection of said tax from the Jones boys (Donovanand
I submitted to thO electors of Florida four lanes). Into tour or more lane ai now provided In Chapter 208
Florida Jerry no relation
Statutes, .
for ratification or rejection at a highways and to pay fifty (ISO)) percent and shall not enact ]
special election to be held on November of the. right of way coats thereof any law Imparlng or materially al The workouts in the morningswill
2, 1JA3! and that publicationof : terlng the rights of the holders ..f be devoted primarily to

; RM notice of election be given: 1. S H. (15 from Ft. Walton Beach any bonds or certificates Issuid passing with
pursuant to this the
Little I'I'o. Section 0, Criminal courts of .to CrestUew; amendment or i IIn running game
Folks Store paring or altering any covenants coming in for
record or attention
I I. a. V S. 231 from during
GRAMLING Panama City agreements of the board
made here
Inc (101 I The clerk of the circuit courtIn I the afternoons.
through Cottnndale
and under Morning
Campbelltor or having he practice
effect ot
The and for Palm Beach shall wiui
FEEDSFlint county
Capital's to Alabama line
Majors & also be and serve ss the clerk of ; drawing the pledged revenue from will be held without pads.
for CO.
J Mlnon"Cllict" 3 V S. 90 the
the Palm Beach county criminal extension East and operation of this amendment Full equipment
will
.,, F.rnjtw",. 1'1>1/', court of record West of Crestvlew; a total of approximately (ci) No officer or employee of the the be wom in
Games, Hobbit One-Stop S.rvlc for 9 i miles; state or any "political: subdivision evenings

River Mills Baku Aoctitoni' NO 4COMMITTEE 4. U S. 90 from US. 331 to DeFunlak thereof lnu.have any direct finan Peterson lays that he expects
133 N. Feed Seed Fertiizer! SUBSTITUTE FOR Springs clal Interest In any
Monnw S.. Fh.212iliBakerAlford contract let the
J '
:.015 S. Monroe ,ph. 223-0274 SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION 5. U S 90 from U S. 231 to Capital suant to this amendment However pur squad to report in good con-

Poultry Suppli NO 848 Circle, West of Tallahassee (txcept I this prohibition shall not apply to dl-lon. A mile run is scheduled
I A JOINT RESOLUTION proposingan In Marlanna Chattahoochee. and municipal officers and employees "T tomorrow
Garden Tools amendment to Article IX of the Qulncy) Violation of : Constitution of Florida by addinga C US: 90 from Monroe Street In punishable as provided by law be The boys who have worked
I So. Adams; at S.A.L.R.R. section to be numbered by the Tallahassee to East approximately misdemeanor as a the hardest their
on condition
secretary of state authorising the u.8 miles; If) Upon v.rlfled
I Co. Crossing I i Issuance of bonds not to exceed 7. U S. 90 from Malison: to S.R I. the board of Immigration certification by and skills this summer will pro'-
filed
Phone 223-0173 $: lU.OOO.OOO, without legislative approval 0. US 27 from Georgia line to! the oW.. of the ...., i In. bably get these positions in
Tkt Pt.rt, #OIM." fur the construction and Perry US 27-A from Perry b SWiiiiaO. that all boncb issued pursuanta. I question "
Anything! ; for your f reconstruction of primary roads Into U. S. 27 from Wllllaton to ttua .m.ndmenl hav. been paId to Peterson says.
auto truck four or lane
more highways and to Miami: '' e
Light WeighS and SignerCowrttt or tractor Also for your power i ,pay fifty per cent ISO'*) of the rightof I. U S, 19 from Georgia line to St ther effect end.h. lr : .'
I
plotkr S Iawnmower Md milch for lour way costs thereof: pledging cer Petersburg; fromfuture PUblicatlona 01 the deleted con.I I I CAUTION BY MOTORISTS
boat. lain tax> funds; providing powers 10 ITS. 301 from Georgia lint to I I URGED/
Hanson Wood and 208 N. Adams St and duties of the state board of Dade City: DURING SCHOOLIt's
,
fl 2234380 administration the Florida development 11 S.R, :24 from Gainesville to NO S
I Hoel Ind; Inc. I commission and the state road Waldo I SENATE JOINT School Time Again It's I
NO
'ansi St. at 4-Pointi Capitcl Stone Co. department election thereon and requiring a special Port 12. Roads U S. 17: from from San Yulee Juan to Avenue Ea t A JOINT RESOLUTION I 1 that'time of year again. Flo1 -

..:_ -5840 P. O Bo. <" 1 Since 1909 B. It Resolved by the Legislatureof to Naval Air Station add two (2) .n .m.ndment RESOLUTION 10 Propwtng rida .thousands of school child.
the State of Florida !lanes from Naval Air Station Seellon of Ar.
: ; to JA of theV.hPi ren will be classes'
MARBLE GRANITE That Article IX of the Constitution S R. 309 South of Pslatks; 1"'r Statt Constitut. :onjS trekking to

-----.- -- --- BRONZE of Florida be amended by adding 13 58, 90 from BrooktvlUe to '." tj, tmn I very soon, many of them for I
the section set forth below to be U.S, I South of THusvllle: : :cc '" homes. I the first time.
numbered the 14. S.R. Sat from house trail..
MEMORIALS by secretary of state Cocoa Beach approximately camper type State
and that said amendment be submitted 19.7 miles Northwest; .nd tranlported mobile homes mount Treasurer Broward Williams

Yeager CM(.ry Workjf AU Typn, to the electors of Florida for IS. U S. 911 from U.S. 19 to Bartow; body 01 a IIlf.prolleUer: I is seen conferring with
ratification or rejection at a special II. S R eo from Clearwater to Vehicle, or
Keith
SOS W. Gaines St-TL 2230711I election to be held under authority Vtro Beach; ::t;.: r-Ln'Ie: I : :II y Bosenberg, left, directorof

Inc.Jnturum Walter F. Buchan IIrr.o I of Section 3 of Article XVII of the 11. U S. 41 from Tampa to Naples; etootivud.aher..y:1" Leon County school transportation
Constitution, of *. U S. ': yV llpon ..
t Florida on November 1 441 and S R 10 from : : on features with
2. lOSS That three.fourths (t5) of South Bay to West Palm Beach.: for t.1 safety

tnd Bondi J the legislature! U S. 441 from S R. 80 to Miami: portln. 01 which school buses are equip-
:
does determine Pthot an emergencyexists I 19 U.S_ 1 from Its junction with !>UbUo .traeta or and p .. y OYfr

4 S. 'Adam,St.-T.L 222-4880 requiring an early decision the proposed South Dade Expressway IhIt .lIt. or for ':: w "r ped.Williams
\ by the electors of this state, near Caribbean Boulevard f"I. I Issued a special plea

II' That beginning January I. southeasterly to State Road ft-A 'log fore bCIa L"x ":ith: Prti.id. I for extreme caution by motorists

I 194d. and for twenty years thereafter north of Homestead, add two ((21 I .mer.ne. ). .. toe an during the first weeks of
one and one-half certs Kiel I lanes:
or three-tights l>.) of the gross pro- 20 U.S. 1 from South of Homestead St.te WHEREAS of the Legt, .I Ih.. school. The Treasurer's Office

L-- ._ I to Key West Including 1 Lbat .Florida deternv4" i a safe
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"T.87T. IF If.'.' : ,. ANNOUNCEMENT FROM '
.1 : I :f I MATTHEWS THURSDAY. AUGUST 26 IW5
CONGRESSMAN I

r-FLORIDA JAMES E. BOYETT M. D.
STATE I Washington, D. C. August I
,.. 16, 1965 Congressman D. R. .
(Billy}) Matthews announced today R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME
ANNOUNCES NEW OFFICE HOURS IN that two of his bills will be '
I Included In the Omnibus Farm Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director .
NOW SIIOWINC
Bill to be debated in the I louse:
CRAWFORDVILlE Phone 697-3366 t1
IOI)11' I H I I' i I, 111 I. of Representatives this week.
James Stewurt I The first bill, to permit the
"CL\HI\- BEGINNING AUGUST 16. I9$5 transfer by lease of flue-cured CARRA BELLE. FLA. "
,
In I 1111. tobacco: : average allotments from "21 IIOUK AMBULANCE: SERVICE"
CIiOS1-I YI ,D I ION"j one farm to another within the ;1

j "SIIENANDOA tame county, would be extended WAKULLA COUNTY
11" OFFICE HOURS WILL BE for four years. Matthews SERVING ,I

"c 11\1 II II I ItS; or itially Introduced this type of
C'1)1:( MONDAY, TUESDAY, FRIDAY EVENING 6T0, 9 PM legislation in 1J61. Last year I
27,000 farmers in the flue-cured .
11Io. ONLY tobacco: : belt took advantage of
CRAWFOMWIE TALLAHASSEE this law. I
PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN WAKULLA The other bill would extend Ii i
COUNTY /HEALTH CLINIC 1204 MICCOSOKEE RD.
OUTDOOR ON WOODVILIE HWY. I TFLEPHONE WA6-3541 TELEPHONE 877-3131 permanently the exemption from of I RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING PUBLICATION OF NOTICE OF SALE 1
r peanuts boiling purposes I OF $800,000) )( CERTIFICATES OF INDfclJ: 'IEDNESS OF TIlE BOARD
r. the of allot
I today thru Sit; i provisions acreage OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF WAKULLA COUNTY, DATED
ments. Matthews) first Introduced -
ud', .. SEPT'EMBER 1, 1965!
,
II ..1.I this legislation in 1956 and
has obtained extension of the WIILRLAS:: the Board of Public Instruction of W-ikullj County,
exemption since that time on a I Florida, has authorized an issue i of Certificate of Indebtedness In
"II I CI \1)) CI I 10S I" CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP two-yeurbasis. At present| the sum of$800,000.00 to finance the cost of acquiring, construct: '
"('I.L TAK SWEDEN" there arc less than 3,000 acres ins, erecting, building, furnishing and equipping; certain schoolsand
'lid GOOD OUTSIDE PAINT of I peanuts pi 'ntecl for boiling school buildings, to constitute a new high School to be locatedin :
and piirj'Oses, out of a total I peanut tile vicinity of Medurt, in W.i kill la County; and
"1\/\\/ .., \ Cit I III" $4: 50 PER GAL. acreage of approximately one Will:Rl-AS, a public silt of this Issue of Certificates must be nel-
"LII.W.S OF '1111" rJUJ: million acres. tolled I peanuts Vl rtl eli;
o do not compete with other I xu -I 1 NOW, '11II.Kl FORI., lIE IT Rl SOL VI.D by the Hoard of public. Instruction -
0 RAKERS LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. nut products and Matthews' legIslitlon of Waltulli, Comity, I lorida, thati
has mule possible the SI'oCTION I 1. $$800,000 e.'Lrtific lies of Indebtedness of the
:},. PHONE WA6-3022 expansion of the boiled leant Hoard! of Public Instruction of V,'.il Indus\Uy. lic sale on the Uihdjyof September,1965! ( pursuant to the notice
I hereinafter provided for.
SI).Cl ION 2. 'Hie official notice of sale Collins: for bids for the
I ,purchase, of such: $800,000.01) Certificates of Indebtedness of the
SUBSCRIfJC TO THE NEWS Mr. 1 le'.in !Miller cnlercil 'lullihissee Itonrilof Public Instruction of \\'.ilailh County shall be substantially -
'1L'l11orlalllosl'ital I yes- as follows

I lerdiy., OIIICIAI NO MCI 01 SALt::

_
h $800, (x)0.00)
HOARD OF PUBLIC 1 INS; 1 HUC1IONWAKMUCOIINn
:; I IICRIDACrRIIIICAIISOl
M 1r ISDIITfDNLSSDA : \
p N
I 'III) SI P'II I Ml 1\11t\I 1, 13!

MUSICAL Notice I hereby given th.it tit la.inl of Public Instruction of Wu-
I 1.1111.1, County, I lorulu, will rccciu; +' ..c.,iled bids ut the Office of tIle
I Sup, *'rinlinilenl of Public Instruction, Crawfordvllle I Florida, until
\o II A\l. I 1.I sum Sumdard'Isii'., Sept| 14th, 1965, for the piirJns -
of .,ill, but not less thllI i ,II, 01 I i is.\\\\ Hundred lliousiml Dol-
I Ii', (s8K 1 ( ), ()XX O. 00)) aggregate; |"nnci|",il ,nnoiuil of CeltifieaU. of
hlll'htL'hlL'suuthorllod' by K nil lion of the I o.ird adopted: July 8,
HEADQUARTERSCHOOSE I tti5>< Sad; ) eeltilleiiUs will ,I. dated September 1, I'-MiS, will
I h, ,ir interest .u not exeet sling 'ill, rat. of five per centum ((5 ) |per .
.anent, piyibli' ,enii-jniiiiiill '.l 1 ri.li. I and September 1, will bent
tin dinominitioii, of J.1.0IH) 11 o5OOO! ( each, and will be l pay-
.ilik serially ami in numerical mLr 01 September 1 of the nspeciivi -
.
yi' irs :ml In such! unioiints\ )lolloviiYIAR

AMOI1NI( YIWH: AMOUNI

1916! $IS,(XX) 11)78 no,ooo
FROM OUR FINE SELECTION OF PIANOSBY
17 20,(XX) t979! 30,000
J'M! >8 20,(XX) 1980 35,000
STORY & CLARK MILLER AND HOBART CABLE.
l')0'l'! !) 20,000 10S1! 35,000
!'70 20,om 1982 35,000
PRICES AS LOW AS l')71l')72! Z'i.WK l'J33! 40,000
25,()(){) 1984 40,000)
l'!,71l'7l 25,000 1985! 40,000
25,000 1960 45,000
$565 00 ) 115: :25,(XX() 1987 45,000
1976! 10,000( 1988 45,000
1-.77! 30OOD l'J89ly! 50,000
!>o) 50,000(

II I1ie certificates of this Issue iiiitiirina' in the years 19h6( ( through
All Pianos Are
Adjusted By 1975! 'both inclusive: are nol redeemable prior to their respective
I slated dates of maturity. Certificates of this issue maturing in the
Frank Riley years 1976! iml lluroaflcr arc redeemable prior to their respective
stated' dates of maturity, at tile option of the Hoard, in hole or In
part, ill inverse mimcricul order, if lest than all, September 1,
i LOWERY ORGANS l'!)75, or on uny Interest payment date thereafter, at par plus accrued :-
Interest, phil a premium equal to one year s interest on the
hoiuls so redeemed.
L from $49500 llie certificates are in coupon form. Principal and semi annual
Interest shall! be payable in lawful money' of the United St"itcs of
America at ipitil! City I lirst National II.ml\ : of 'l lallahass-ei', .illaliuiuie -

Itorida.Iliese .
certificates being issued! for lit, |I' ruse| of paying the
cost of acquiring, erecting, constricting::, I I Icing, furnishing and
equipping certain schools and school building in YVikuIla County,
i v I lords( 'I 1 the principal of and Intension ind a i reserve for these
certificates ire payable solely from mil seared! by a prior lien
i iiX5ii| ami l pledge of the first $65,000 ol race track funds allocated
Drums & Drum Sets-By Ludwig annually to the I ojrd of Public Instruction of U ilulla County pursuant -
to the provisions I Ionic I Rill No. 1133 enacted by the 1965
Session of the Legislature of the State of Florid, out of the race
Gibson Guitars and Amplifiers track funds accruing annually to Wjlaill.i County under the provisions -
of Chapters 550 and 551, Florida Statutes; subject only to the
rights of tin, holders of outstanding BUI1DIV CONSTRUCTION
Reynolds Martin Selmer Olds-Band Instruments CIRTIFICAIIS I : or '1'111 POARD D TI.D SI.PTEMBlR 1, 1961.
'I these certificates do not constitute an indebtedness of the Boardor
of Wnluilla Comity, llorida, and do not constitute a lien upon
my property of the Board or of Wakulla County, but constitute a
lien only on such portion of said race track fwuls, and holders shall
never have the right; to require or compel the exercise of the ad
GUITAR LESSONSby valorem taxing power of the County for the payment of el, >t service -
thereon.
I Each: proposal submitted miiit. name the rate or rates of Interest,
Band Instruments in multiples of 1/8 or 1/20 of one per cent ((1 '), which the ccrtl-
ficulosorcto bear. Not more than three ((3), ) rates of interest, within -
GENE WATSON a maximum spread of one per cent ((1 ), may be specified, and
We Have A Large SelectionOf all of the certificates of one maturity must bear the same single
! (of The Checkmates) rate of Intirct. A repeated rate shall not be considered a different -
Completely ReconditionedFlutes rale. All interest iluc on any certificate at any "., vui interest
payment dale shill be evidenced by a single coupon. Only bids at
Clarinets Trombones & the par value of the certificates: and accrued interest thereon, will
be enlcitiined. 'Ihe I certificates will be awarded to the bidder offering -
to purchase them at the lowest net interest cost to the Board,
"SPECIALS" I from$495 which shall be determined by taking the aggregate amount of interest -
CORNETS at the rate or rates specified, computed from September( 1,
1965, to the respective maturity dates of laid certificates.
King Bass Trombone:) . . $225 Each proposal( 1 submitted must be accompanied: by a certified or
Closeouts That Were bank cashier's check for $16,000.00 payable unconditionally to
"Conn"
Connstellation Trumpet . 210 New the order of the Hoard, on which no interest will be allowed.
Checks of the unsuccessful bidders will be returned upon makingthe

Conn Alto Sax "((4)) It . ... It 225 $1 i 0950 award of the certificates. The check of the successful bidder
$15500 Now for will be retained and applied on the purchase price of the certificates : -

Le Blanc "LL" Clarinet . . $22500 : pciuUaK: full performance of said successful bidder, or will be
(CORNETS & TROMBONES) forfeited the Hoard as and for full liquidated damages upon fail-
ure to take and for the certificates.: of the certificates
Selmar Paris Alto Sax 425 up pay Delivery
: . will be made In Jacksonville: Florida, or elsewhere at the
option of and expense of the successful: bidder,
Olds Tenor Sax . . . . 200 COMPLETE INSTRUMENT The Board will furnish to the purchaser or purchasers of these certificates

Trombone *220 at the Iloar '. expense, the printed certificates: the unqualified -
Contempora . . approving legal opinion of Bryant, Freeman, Richardson -

Martin Alto Sax ((2)) . . $280c0 REPAIR SHOP! pupCK.C Watson of Jacksonville, Florida, and other customary closing

1 The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids and any
I bidnotcomplyingwith the provisions hereof will be reJec'tcd. Additional -
OUR I Information may be obtained from the undersigned, er
USE I 'I horn ton, irish I I b Cauntt, First National Bank Building, Montgomery -

(SAVE OVER $125.00 FROM THE LIST PRICE BILL THE BANK, OR: : AI.1bllIIa.;
Isl W. E.
ON THESE "PROFESSIONAL INSTRUMENTS") GENERAL ELECTRIC PLANS I S Whalcyecrctary. Board of Public In- .

I structjlon: Wakulla County, Florida
SrCTION: 3. The secretary of the Board Is hereby authorized and
directed to publish said official notice of sale In the Wakulla
County News, a newspaper of general circulation In Wakulla
CAPITAL MUSIC INC. Comity, Florida, once a week, for two consecutive weeks thin first
publication i being not less than fifteen ((15)) days prior to the date of
inch sale.SECTION. "
4. This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon
its passage

HI S. F. Roddcnbe'rry / 224-1338 Chairman of the hoard
1310 N. Monroe Superintendent

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I SOPCHOPPy NEWS Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Robertsand Mrs. Clinton McKenzIe was:. Mr. and Mrs. John Cato left Cypress Gardens has the old 'THURSDAY. AUGUST 26. i es .
IVY Louise C. Sapp daughters, Deal and Dawn, I honored with a bridal shower on Monday for Atlanta, taking WSCS MEETING est continuous daily show in the
and Gregory Cox and his friend, Friday night, August 20, at the their two-year old daughter to world.
Graveside services were held Unda Thompson, all of Tallahassee home of Mrs. Emmett Whaley. the Aid-More Hospital, where The Woman's Society of
I it 3:00 P. M. Sunday Augi&t visited Mrs. Delma Roberts I Assisting hostess wens Sarah she receives treatments every Christian Service of the Craw- .
,, 22, at the West Sorchol"1'Y Cpmtciy on SWIlJay. Whaley, Helen Whaley, Celia three months for a heart condi- ford vl lie Methodist Church held -
,. for Jasper Davis, 84, who Lions Club Whaley, Catherine Harrell and tion. Sunday visitors were Mrs. its regular monthly meeting in
President, Robert of the church Tues- STEVE
lie Friday morning after an cx- Alma Strickland. p Cato's grandmother, Mrs. Mat- the annex REVELLFULL
,'rulcJ Illness. Mr. Davis was Roddcnbcnry, and Secretary ly 75 guests were present tie Clover, her parents, Mr. and day, August 17th. Mrs. C. L.
I native of Slocomb: Ala., but I district Raymond Revell, attended the honoree received many xlmate-I Mrs. Earnest Cibbs, and her Rchwlnkel, vice president, pre- TIME AND COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE
had made his home in Sopchcp- meeting held for Presidents ful gifts. The hostesses aunt, Mrs. Ada Luke of Bainbridge sided in the absence of the pre-
1 11'Y i for many, many years. r% and Secretaries in Panama ed the guest of honor with an Ca., and Mrs. Joe Den- side nt, Mrs. Ed Levy. Mrs.
I was a retired railroad engineer, City on Sunday, August 15. electric deep fry. I nis of Havana, Florl.a.! Charles Davis had charge of the
I and one of our most prominent The meeting was very success-I program with all the members FINANCING ARRANGED AT 5 1/4%
iitlzcns, and will be greatly ful and enjoyed by all attending.Miss Mrs. Stcvie Revell and child- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Payne attended taking part, after which the business 4
1 missed by friends and relatives ren, Rena and Montey, returned the Shrine activitiesand meeting was held.It ANY TYPE HOME: BUILT ON TOUR LOT OR ACREAGE
.,ill over the county. Davis Is Mary Nichols Moody, brideelectof home after visiting Mrs. Re- meetings In Tallahassee. was voted that the Society I
1 survived by two daughters, Mrs. honor Clyde at miscellaneous, was guest of vell'i sister and her family, the would pay for the formica to SERVING WAKULL4 COUNTY AN TIE COASTAL AREA
Cora Lee lJums, Sopchoppy, and a shower Francis Zoms, who live in Jack- cover two of the tables in the
Thursday night at the Social
Lena Ludwig, Sumptcr, South Hall of the Sopchoppy Methodist sonville. annex. Mr. Watt Mathis has 104-2601 YU4-7435 102-2191
volunteered to install it, workto
; Carolinatwo sisters, Mrs. Carrie -
i Church. There were 30
Ilughes, Dothan, Ala, and present and the honoree received guests Miss Mary Cell Cox of 1-Ugh-1 Room at Top be due before Homecomingon 19th. PANACEA FLORIDALET
i Mrs. Susan Martin, Slocomb, many beautiful gifts. Hostesseswere land View, Fla., Sunday, September
I Ala.; seven grandchildren and Mrs. Lydia Islcr, Tlial- aunt, Mrs. Walter Harms, over Tn Rive your room new character Those present were Baker Mrs. Henry Mrs.C. US BUY OR SELL FOR YOU
Smith, Mrs. Jess ,
four great-granJchiUlrcn.! the weekend. She returned after -
magc Crxtm and Mclldt [vans. try decorating the ceiling L. Rehwlnkel, Mrs. A. R.
I The Rev. O. C. ILill ofricl.it- attending the annual Mis- with wallpaper. The United
i til and J. A. Cullcy and Sons Mr. and Mrs John llcaslcy visited sionary Conference in Raleigh, Wallpaper[ Company of Chicago Pearce, Sr. Mrs. Thomas Stafford I .
I luicral I lomc was in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Terry' Land N. C., and is now enroute to advises papering[ the ceiling In Crawford, Mrs. George ..
die funeral arrangements. and sons, Tracy and Dirrc, in llrcwton, Ala. where for the emphasis the color scheme of Mrs. Charles Davis Charles, Mrs. I -
Panama City on Friday. past seven years she has taught the room by repeating all the John Paulig and Mrs. .
.. l Tic I lUxlRC Reunion was held I i children's Ittblc Missions In 14 Dawson.
colon used in it Often the NOTICE
Sunday, August 22, at the cottage schools in the South Alabamaand ceiling and drapes can be donein I I i"i"i
of Mr. and Mrs. HaroldMiawakl. The IcnyLand family of Panama Northwest Florida area. identical patterns to achieve SPECIALS FRI, SAT, MOW. AND TUBS. >
of the fam-
Members
City visited his parents, Mary Cell is the daughter ol decorative unity. ALTO ADAMS SPEAKER .
e ily, as well as vhiUvs, enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sol 1'1', dur- Clinton Cox, former Sopchoppy:
the occasion. ing the weekend. resident. AT WILLIAMS REUNION

" Cracevllle (Special) Over I Fresh Grade A FRYERS lb. 29c
J ___ 2,000members of the famed i ,
uI Williams family and highranking .

I son County guests will Saturday journey, October to Jack-2, j SIRLOIN STEAK . fibre| 6e
to join in visiting and eating and i
s worshipping in the storied old
I GRAND SLAM Galilee Tabernacle.: End CutPORK
This, the 62nd gathering of the
descendants! of Andrew Elton CHOPS lb. 79c

i"f Williams, a pioneer Jackson .
7i' Countian, will bring relatives
from as far away as Hawaii to
spend days and weeks in their Lindy .

visit Alto back Adams home., former Supreme Cream Style CORN 303 can, 2 .for' 29c,;

t } Court Justice, and insurance executive -
Clean Up SALE will be the principal 29c''\
speaker for the occasion. Adams Jjama Mayonnaise_ pt.
will speak on the usual subject,
1 the history of the farflung Williams -
i' clan Over the years Spring Farm Evap. MILK, 3 for 39c
speakers have been advised that
their subject must pertain to the METCALF FROZEN "' :

t New 1965 Chevrolets jf.1; Williams Williams family.The Reunion. is steeped ,' SHRIMP 10 OZ $fc '

In tradition and:! one of theseis .
1 the fact that it never rains on '
U I. i and the held.Saturday when the reunionis BANANAS_ ,' 2lb I : 25c .
I
Food and! fellowship embracethe
i day long program that has r'
Used Cars YOUR
brought members together around SHOP HERE FOR
:! the old Galilee Tabema-
1 cle. SCHOOL SUPPLIESFREE .


NOW'S YOUR CHANCE NAME PLATE WITH PURCHASE OF

:, To Save and Get Those Back-To- HEAR YE! aid NOTE BOOK BINDER
The earliest electrical hearing
t School Clothes For The Kids! was ahuge device lamer than many ,- 1 aBACK
console television icti
(See Our $50.00 Bill Offer Below) prewntday I It actually weighed more than the TO SCHOOL SPECIALS
I using it. According to the
pcrs..n Hearing Aid! 1 Industry CWercntc, FILLER PAPER. SIDE AND TOP HOLES
NEW 1965 NEW CHEVROLET t.Klay', hearing aids are tn tiny
I that they tin lie imiklid into eyeglass 500 SHEETS. . 99tf
frarmn, built into barren,
\ CHEVROLETSImpalas PICK-UPS brcunhes. fIr tic clasps| or even fit
completely into the carl! SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVE


I yw r Y The Chicago Cubs which STORE
t'Fi PIGOTT'S
gRllg l> .
g e k trained in Tampa In 1914 travel-!
"7 id bv steamer to St. rctcrsbiirx MEDART : ;
.. t. |play the St. Louis Browns inspnnrf

tniininx .. .-
WEt GIVE PLAID STAMPS

Chevelles ., \t..u.; l trrlsl -0- .. _
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Corvairs Chevy II's Oil Filter r LAKE '


BIG DISCOUNTS Directional Rear Bumper $17 75 THECONVENIENCE'


Signals WHILE THEY LAST! OF
WHILE THEY LAST Delivered In Tallahassee

.
r GRAND SLAM SAVINGS OK USED CARS LEWIS STATE BANK


1960 FORD V-8 Wagon; 1963 CHEVROLET
4-door; iir-con4itiofi.4, power lUennj, tuto- 4Jooi plan; 6-cylindor, Nrei5ht.tkh ,
"VoV'cHEVROLET' ., ... $895 end 1961 t RAMBLER.,. Economy Mrvico i for ............... 1195 DRIVE-IN BAN I( ING.

BelAir I 4-Doer; .utomotttIranimiUMn American 2-door Sioflon Won,; (--cyllndor I "
i radia, heater ........... ..... 1695 automatic Irommiuion i *nd heot.r ... .. .. .......- 595 MOM DOES ,700!
1963 FORD V-8 1963 CHEV II Wagon;
former tt4tn; ir-condihontd, Auromot'C tranimiuwiiind '
ridx, htattr, .,r iqht shift ....... ........ $1095 hootor ................. ............. 1195
1962 CHEVROLET V8BilAir 1964 CHEVELLE
4-doer 'd. ; .uramirMtranimiMiOH Convertible; Super Sport, .
ttdit:Ktirtr ......... ..... 1395 uromttie, radio; hoJror, wkrtewilll .. .. ........ 2295
1964 MONZA Coupe; 1949 PICK-UP;
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4-.....d tranimiMion, radio. Chevrolet. 14-T.a. (
kttter. Sharp bargain .! '........ .? $1595 Rum, |oe" ready ,. work .......... .....,,..,....... $195
1958 CHEVROLET V-8 1963 CORVAIR Panel;
I 4-4oor ....,; omonufnrrammiltion $A titan, .conemkal light
rodia, heiUr .. 95 ...Ii.." truck for ... ................................ 795
1964 CHEVELLE Malibu Sport Coup; 1962 WAGON;
power ittaring, .vtomctic trinimiiiiaii, Ford Country Squire 4-door; I i I If
radio koator ..... 2195 ir-conditioMd, utonutk, ,..,., keoter 1295
I 1953 'TICK-UP; 1959 TRIUMPH TR3
InNrnorioml Vi-toii, ram pal food Convertible. Sport Coupe; '
Fin* for fiihinf 25 0 Real sharp Eitjlnh Import ...,........................ 595
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