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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: September 2, 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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VOLtlMN NUMBP.1 J 53 rt CRAWFORDY1LLE.. FLORIDA I 32327 ,THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 2. 1985 PRICE 10 CENTS PEA. COPYj

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SOCIAL SECURITY NEWS ANNUAL TALOUIN MEET COUNTY COMMISSIONERS NEW CANCER

I HELD SATURDAY PROPOSE TO BORROW FILM AVAILABLE
Sweeping changes just madein .
SECONDARY TRUST FUNDS
America's social security The 1965 Annual Meeting of! Because cancer of the colon

programwill have considerable the Talquin Electric Cooperative Tuesday night the Board of and rectum has become one of TiiiI
I Impact on Cadsden County, ac- the most of
prevalent
"The was held Saturday, August County Commissioners met in alltypesof
those who changes affect not only 21st, at the Cadsden County special called session for the cancer, with 2,200 new cases
are receiving bene- Livestock Pavilion. About 2500 estimated to develdpamong floridians -

fits from the program, but all members and friends of the Cooperative purpose secondary of making highway applicationfor trust funds during the coming twelve : ---i
who receive them in
expect to
the came and enjoyed the for the construction of six milesof months, the American Cancer

Folks future who White draw stated.socialsecurity entertainment fellowship of State Road #22 from the Society is stressing free showings 1

now the meeting. The meeting was Ochlocknee River east to State of its public education film titl-

will get bigger checks for the purpose of electing four Road 375 east of Sopchoppy., ed, "Life Story".
Those who retire in the future !
directors for a two year term. Included in the request were The announcement was made a

willget more than ever before, Directors were nominated and streets in Panacea, "A through this week In a report issued by
and survivors of workers who
elected by secret ballot from "I" the Society's State Office in
die will plus paving of nine ((9))
get larger family payments districts 2, 4, 6, and 8. From other streets in Panacea and two Tampa. It was further stressed

checks. will Those who now get district 2, J. Wright Clark of ((2)) streets and one sidewalk in In the report that colon and rec- :E

automatically get Mr. Pleasant, from district 4, St. Marks. tum cancers develop almost

the Increase in the checks that P. W. Shelter, Jr. of Havana, The request was made on the equally among men and women

come in October. The raise from district 6 Crodon Pichard of motion of Mr. Walker and the and that the cure rate could be

was effective back to Januaryand Tallahassee and from district 8 second of Mr. Davis, with the dramatically Improved by early

a separate check to cover Daniel Stoutamlre of Hosford. chairman voting for the motion.Mr. diagnosis and prompt proper
the back
months will come a- Other business Included President's treatment.To .
the Strickland and Mr. Young
JOSEPH P. bout the middle of September.If .
KERIIN Treasurer's make Floridians
report, report voted against the motion and more aware
. AstronautHONORARY you have been getting $100 a and Manager's report.At gave as their reasons that Dis- of colon-rectum cancers, film

month, the retroactive check 4:30 an Amateur Talent tricts 2 and 3 were left off the showings are being offered with-

CHAIRMANOF will be about $56. Your next Contest began and 11 contest- program altogether, and that the out cost to adult men and women's 5P/1/
monthly check will be $107.
CHRISTMAS SEAL ants from four counties competed greater portions of Districts 1, groups -- clubs and or-

CAMPAIGN Everybody will get a 7% raise. for cash prizes. The first 4 and 5 were left off, too. ganizations. The authorizeddocumentaryfilm '

The minimum monthly check placewasWayne Stewart, Mike Both Mr. Strickland and Mr. "Life Story",
for workers who waited 'til age Donahue Bennie Jones and Ar-I tells in simple direct terms
Jacksonville Astronaut-phy Young stated that they were not i
65 to start their checks will be
sician Joseph P. Kerwin nold Jones of Cadsden County, informed prior to the meetingfor important facts about the disease -
33yearold $44. The present maximum for second place was Robert and what the how it is being detected
Navy lieutenant commander purpose meetingwas
retired workers will go to Lamar Clark of Cadsden Countyand called. and points out the hopeful aspects i 9s
who recently was called I 'q i a
$135.90. The law allows
from new third_ place was Beverly Mc- of this type of cancer, if
duty at flight surgeon at credit for wages up to $6600 I Dowell, Juanita Peters, Bobby treated early.Bookings .
Cecil Field Naval Air
Station a year and will permit a new BOYS STATE REPS
in Preacher, Jimmy Traylor of LIberty for this film and arrangements
Jacksonville to become
an astronaut maximum retirement
paymentof$168toworkerswhose County. GIVE REPORT for conducting -
special
. in training at NASA credit-
Caah pairesof 5100.00 $50.00 educational
programs,
Manned Spacecraft Center in I able earning.i have averaged and $25.00 Monday night the Jake Pigott where
Houston respectively were a qualified physician can MRS. C. KENNETH: CRUM
ed Florida's, Texas, has been nam- $6600 a year. The maximumto awarded. Mrs. Eva Mae Le- Memorial Post of the American be available for answering ques-

, of the 1965 Honorary Chairman a family will eventually be Fevre acted as Emcee for the Legion held its regular meetingin tions, can be made by contact- MISS VAUSE WEDS
Christmas Seal Cam- $368. DRIVER CAUTION URGED
I talent show the Florida Power Lounge. ing County Unit Society offices.

paign.The People who start their social The contest was judged by a Members and guests at the There are eighteen of these offices FOR LABOR DAY WEEKEND MR. CRUM
announcement of Dr. Ker- security checks, then continueto heard from Dan
meeting reports
panel including Cooperative located in cities
key
wln's appointment was made this work will have their benefit employee J. F. Brandon Dixie ny Miller and Mike Falk, who throughout Florida. Tallahassee Colonel H. N. Miss Jean Vause and C. Ken-
They are
week neth Crum
Tom united
S. in
by of were mar-
Coldewey payments refigured automatically Carroll of Havana and RussellStevens were representatives from Wa listed under American Cancer Kirkman, Director of the Department -

Florida Port St. Joe, president of the to increase, if possible, of Qulncy. kulla County at Boys State this Society In the regular white section of Public Safety warned riage three o'clock on Sunday, August 22, at
Tuberculosis and in the afternoonat
i Respir-
their monthly checks. From 6:00 to 7:30 the crowd year. of telephone directories. motorists today, that 19 persons -

atory. Disease Association.Dr. Change In the Retirement was entertained by the LeFevres, I Mike Falk represented Sop- Literature on the subject and will die in traffic crasheson Panacea.the First, Baptist Church in

Kerwin, In accepting the Text-Beginning with 1966, you an internationally known Cospel choppy High School and Danny: further Information about film Florida streets and highways The bride is the
assignment to head the fight can earn $1500 a year and lose singing Miller represented Crawfordville bookings and for during the 78-hour Labor Day daughter of
group. arrangements
Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Vause
against tuberculosis and other ,
none of your social security retirement The Business meeting began at High School. club and organization meetings weekend beginning at 6100 P.M. Panacea and the
respiratory diseases said that bridegroom is
checks. Every $2 Both boys told the group of on Friday, September, until
you 8:00 with Mr. Adrian C. Fletcher mayalsobe had by writing America the ion of Mr. and Mrs.
u practicing Navy doctor he earn above $1500 will only cost participation in the various midnight Monday, September Henry
haijiad the to Cooperative President, Cancer co*Iety, Room } Crum, alto of Panacea.
and opportunity diagnose .you $1 from your retirement presiding. programs at Boys State. They 406 Bayside Bldg. 2909 Bay-to- 6th. The Roy Tom Hanell
treat some of graau-
cases
tuberculosis."TB checks, until your earnings get Following the business meeting, impressed on the gathering the Bay Blvd. Tampa, Florida I "Labor Day weekend is the last father of the bride, performedthe

remains difficult to $2700. After that, you lose Don Fuqua, Member of Congressfor value of any boy who attends 33609. of the long summer holiday
prob- ceremony.
a $1 in this function. weekends, and for some drivers
retirement payments for Legion sponsored
the 9th Congressional District Two baskets of white
lem today, he said, "although gladioli
itwill be
each $1 of Thus if their last holiday
earnings. spoke to the members.Mr.
and in white
tremendous has been Corn- burning tapers can-
progress I Safe
made in the past fifty or so you earn $1500 or less, you'll Fuqua, In his speech, BAND BOOSTERS HELD ever life driving habits could delabra before a background of
get all your checks. If words of for the Ru grams that are sponsored save your during this traffic
you praise
both in diagnosis and many FIRST MEETINGThe greenery adorned the church.
years 2 the in all of the heavy weekend; however, safe
throughout
700
treatment. Its cure, its preven- earn $ you'll lose only Electric program and he cit- year Blue latin bowl marked the family -
$600 of retirement checks.If county schools. driving is no longer a matter of
your Crawfordville Band
tion and its eventual eradica- ed the Talquln Cooperative as Boosters pews.
you're due $150 a month retirement an outstanding electric coopera- Some twenty-five persons attended Club held their first meetingof merely complying with the Mrs. Verne the
tion are possible only through law stated Kirkman.In Stokley was
the meeting and learned ,
checks for the
school
YOll'lIIdyour tive In Also in his year Tuesday night Soloist
Anderson
generous public support of a every way. organist. Randy -
wife have much of the Legion's programsthat the explaining this statementCol.
you'd In
to earn speech Mr. Fuqua discussed Band Room. the
was
continuing first-class scientific accompanied on piano -
$3900 a to lose all I help to build stronger Am- Mrs. Kirkman pointed out that
effort. year your retirement some of the more Important Dorothy Miller, president,, by Adronna Anderson.
ericans the youth of today the volume today's. traffic demands -
for the among
payments presided.
"The National Tuberculosis year. national and international problems The Matron of Honor, Mrs.
Children over 18 who continue Plans were made to the that every driver keep in :
Association and its affiliated with which he is concern produce Robert Busch, was attired in a
with the
traffic flow.
such in School Before the 196$ ed as a congressman.At football program for this season. step white embroidered de sole
associations represent an CARD OF THANKSWe "The driver with the out- peau
effort. The annual Christmas changes, children who drew social the close of the meeting Mrs. Virginia Kelghtley was moded sheath dress with a light blue
driving habits who Isn'tcontent
Seal Campaign both symbolizes security checks could be door prizes were awarded to wish that it was possiblefor named chairman of the football to move at the tulle ove ukirt. She wore a
same
paid only until 18 unless
this effort and makes It possible.It they lucky members. The first prize us to thank each person for program committee. speed as the traffic around himIs matching blue tulle pillbox hat

I can In, any way, however were checks disabled. Now, a s of a General Electric Food Free all the kind words, the flowers Mrs. Miller announced that a a menace to himself and all and carried a bouquet of white
can continue until 22 drive
small, contribute to its success, as er was awarded to Mr. C. D. and the good food that each one membership would get underway other drivers, said Kirkman. carnations with light blue latin
long the child
as Is full-time .
I am fortunate and grateful. student a Sykes of Cadsden County. Other brought to us in our hour of sad Immediately.All The Patrol Chief listed a few ribbon intertwined, backed by
at a public or accredited band and other
Dr. Kerwin noted that his prizes Included an electric parents any blue tulle with satin ribbon
hints
driving which hold down
school or college.Reduced ness.We citizens of the InterestedIn
reading has revealed to him "the clothes drier, a portable tele- want to thank each person county both accidents and blood streamers.
checks for widows the Band pressure I
vast and almost hopeless threat 60 Widows at vision set, electric griddles, that was so nice to our daddy, Band Boosters are Club.urged to join the i during this holiday weekend Bridesmaid was Miss Joyce

which tuberculosis representedIn can start their irons, coffee maker and many I Jasper Davis, In the past years. Knight, cousin of the bride, and
checks
days gone by. He urged all if two elect years early, at 60, other electrical gifts. These Thank you one and all. Band Director Skip West said Be adaptable. Get the "feel"of I bridesmatron was Mrs. Buddy
they to take a that plans are underway for half-
perma-
him in the gifts were donated Martin. Little Miss
Floridians to join by suppliers Janice
Lena Davis changing traffic road and
nently reduced check. Ludwig time shows at all home football ,
Christmas\ Seal Associations'campaign and appliance dealers including weather conditions. Vause, sister of the bride, was
Checks for men 74 and women Cora Lee Davis Burns games. Adjust
to combat not only Williams Communications flower girl. They were dressed
,
71 this Some of the your speed immediately.
and Crawford
tuberculosis, but all other lung- year men Inc., Southwlre Company, I Strong support Pace Identical to the matron of honor.
yourself by the traffic
women who didn't work ville Band is urged by all
quite patronsof
The bride
crippling diseases. Through such Stewart-Young, Danley Furniture around This Includes not- given in marriageby
long enough to collect social the school you.
joint efforts. he predicted that Company, C. E. Supply ing traffic behind through her father, chose a floor
security can now qualify. This Company Suber C Hypoluxo, pronounced "high. con- length of
lace
Johnson Company gown Chantilly
the hopeless threat of I stant of
use rear-view mlr-
yesterday special rule applies only to men I puh-lux-o". was styled in 1873 your
could become the hopeful reali- who are 74 this and to General Electric Com- I rors. Don't lag. Don't ride the over taffeta, styled with a bas
year, women -
pany, Craybar Electric Com- que bodice, softly flailed lace
ty of tomorrow. who are 71 this Now i bumper of the car ahead.
year. ( _
pany, Raybro Electric Supply panels In front, with a scalloped -
The six-foot tall astronaut- men who are 74 this need Take only your share of the
year
Co., General Electric neckline and accented with
physician said in a recent Engineering road In the
press only 5 quarters of work credit; proper place.
Co. and
interview he his Escambla Treating Keep In the lane. Pass pearls sequins. Tiny self-
expects space men 75 this need 4 and proper
year Co.
Capital Tire Center and covered buttons fastened the
roll will be other when
only have
treating astro- men 76 yousee am-
or older this you
,
year, bodice
Talquin Electric in the
back and the
nauts if become 111 Cooperative. ple time and to avoid long
they or get need only 3. Women 71 this space cutting -
sleeves
injured and that he hopes to have year need 5 quarters those 72 Interesting appliance exhibits out and in too sharply tapered to calla points
,
a chance to take one of the this year need 4 quarters and were put on by appliance dealer 4 Signal all turns and lane at the wrists. The bouffant
from Qulncy Suber t Johnson skirt taffata swept Into a
long-duration earth orbital those 73 changes.
older .
or this
,
flights where medicine will be need only 3.CRArFORDVILLE. year, Company and Stewart Young "The volume of traffic will b e chapel train. Her elbow length

the primary mission, althoughhe T.V. and Appliance Company. heavy, said Kirkman. "You veil of tulle was attached to a

doesn't expect to be on the Talquin Electric Cooperative tank beat It, so why not join it tiara of seed pearls and crystal

early flights to the moon. displayed electric space heater and drive wisely and safely I" teardrops. She carried a white
SENIORS and an electric heat pump. Bible topped by a large white orchid -
I Dr. Kerwin, who is a jet pilot
aswell ELECT OFFICERS Supper was sold to members -- surrounded by lilies-of-the-1
as a physician, was bom
by the Cadsden County Councilof GOSPEL SING valley and carnations with white
on February 19, 1932, in Oak Officers were elected Monday Home Demonstration Clubs. AT satin streamers
Park 111. He is married to the
,
for the Craw foufv 111e SOPCHOPPY
High The
Clynwood Crum brother
former Shirley Ann Good of Danville meeting adjourned at a- the
School Senior Class on the first bout 9:00 P. M. groom, served as best
'Pa., and they have a day of School. The Young People of the Sop- Ronald Fred Crum and Donnie man

daughter, Sharon, 2. His par- DannyMiller was elected President choppy Congregational Holiness Crum of Panacea both brothers
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Donnie Church will serve as host to the ,
Sparkman, Vice JOHN A. ROBISON I of the groom, were usher
Kerwin live in East Coast Singing
Chicago.Doctorastronaut President) Jan Pearce, Secre- Convention Rlngbearer was Durwood
Eugene
Kerwin Is one tary) and Cathy Strickland, Funeral services for John A. on Saturday night, September 4, Vause, Jr., brother of the bride.
of six astrona t-scientists selected Treasurer. Robison, 75, were held at 2:30: r beginning at 7:00 P.M. The Following the the

this summer to join the space Mrs. Dorothy Miller lithe P.M. Monday at the West Sop- R sing will convene at the Sop- bride's parents entertained ceremony,
pilots now in training in Houstonfor class the Rev. o choppy Campground. Singers at a
sponsor choppy Cemetery, r
at the
I r reception Panacea Woman's -
a moon flight. While stationed Cortez White officiating. rtf from the Jacksonville area, as Club.

at Cecil Held, Dr. Ker- Mr. Robison died Friday at well as local talent, will furnish Mrs.

win and his family resided at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.A a full evening of gospel singing.A Nena Forrest Coxen and Mrs.

3056 lake Shore Boulevard In TEACHERS RECEPTION- native of Moultrie, Ca., concession stand will be open the cake Strickland cut and served

Jacksonville. FOR SEPTEMBER 9TH Mr. Robison had resided In Wa- atedby the local youth with the Pouring punch were

The work of the Florida Tuber kulla County for 62 proceeds to be used toward the Mrs. Clynwood Crum and Mrs.

culosis and Respiratory Disease Mrs. Irma Welch, President of He It survived by years his widow, purchasing of a curtain fpr the Warren Crum. Mrs. Marshall

Association and its affiliated associations the CrswfordvilleWoman'. Mrs. Effie V. Robison, Wakulla Sopchoppy Church. Everyone''is Mrs.Spears, Mrs. Earl Vause, and
Cillle
Barwick saved.MissKathNk.trta .
is financed by Christmas Club, announced that the Club County) five ions, Preston and invited to attend. U you sing

Seal contributions. In addition will hold itsregular annual teachers George Robison, Panacea, Earl ... specials or play sin Instrument, bride's book. .e krt the

to intensified efforts to reception Thursday night, and Johnny Robison, Tallahassee 'i'r please come prepared to per
The bride
tN. due
eradicate tuberculosis, the asso September 9, from 8:00 P. M. and Herman Roblion, "If.:,. +( ) form. 1 e4
until 10:00 P.M. at the Clubhouse' < away costume
'
have
activities Crawfordville .
dation one daughter,
program .
sheath dress with veldts h'CfiP
been expanded to fight all other In Crawfordville. Mrs. Geraldine Vlcken, Craw- .;. '. ; ,;2 The cries.
such The public Is cordially invitedto American Water Ski AsoclaUon
long-crippling diseases as fordville) one sister Mrs. Cor- -
emphysema, chronic bronchitis attend. Come out and meet bin Harrell, Sopcbopp ?, State Treasurer Broward Williams is seen conferring with Keith in has its headquarters Following their wee .hag mi
Winter
Haven. to Witchita Falls Taos the
.
and asthma. Much emphasis the 1965-66 slate of teachers grandchildren and two great Bosenberg, left, director of Leon County school transportation, on couple will Ve .'came

has been given to educational and school officials. grandchildren. I safety features-with which school buses are equipped. I young Panacea at
JO Uod
campaigns against cigarette, J. A. Culley and Sons were In VllHami issued special plea for extreme caution by motorists The Lake Wales Bank & Trust on AVI'IItLIBRARY ,

smoking. charge of arrangements. during the first weeks of school. The Treasurer's Office li engagedin I li the oldest buslnea in Lake

_an internal safety,program throughout Florida. ,c Wales and was founded in 111].









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For a future with a well known IKi' psy- Turvy und parks, extend the latter part
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We are now offering,txclutlvt An ..
casement
distributorship for a patentedproduct. : women must spend a easy to use. wood overhead trellis can be made .0-
competition. Rood deal of time in the windows are a popular choicefor from mineral fiber shingles, !
WAKULLA
Factory: trained personnel will kitchen It ought to be as" klt<'mm. They wing open\ applied to a redwood frame More than one million visitors
COUNTY NEWS Mitt you in letting up 1 tiled pleasant a place as possible with a simple push or with the with the pre-flnlshcd color M. Florida Cypress Garden! Bay? in Miami has
and proven advertising)mer- The kitchen can be quite crank of a handle to afford turned down. Since mineral annually ou theatre testing
WAInul I 1301 chandlilng program. 100 pleasant If it has large windows maximum ventilation and to fiber will not deteriorate or
Ttlrpho mark up. Investment guaran- that let In lots of fresh make it easy to wash both crack from exposure to the
teed. Minimum Inveltmen air and sunshine. sides of the window from the sun, the unfinished exterior I'I
II $1,000. Maximum $14,000All When selecting windows for inside Alll last without painting or I I: .
replies confidential. Fa: over a sink remember that Casement wtmio, s in 'lock sunprooflnR
Virgin! Kflthtltr Edit.. Information write Director o> their placement may make units of ponderosa pine are
Marketing, P. O. Box 14049 FLOfIDAsyE;
them awkward to open and easily InsUllid. either singly
St. Louis, Missouri 63178. Ponsucolu Floridan published _
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Fred Ki'IgMIfy UNITED MARKETING COM- close Because they are soGRAND or In combinations The OH early at 1823

PANY, 6285 Bartmer Avenue ,
Crtwfordvlll Florldiin
at St. Louis Mo. 63130. I
second elaai matter SuWrlt \ Utc8121111.Little -0- NOW SHOWING

tins rate 3:00.:( per jrur I .. I .uc-ni nirivrrn: TODAY V. SAT,
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RESOLUTION A\ r"Jl IZINC PUuUc..'.TION OF NOTICE OF SALE .
OF $800,000 CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS: OF TIIE BOARDOF Peter Sellers Anne %t; FuniccI10

SLAM PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF WAKULLA COUNTY, DATED Dwat: Hickman
SEPTEMBER 1, l!>65 Peter O'Toolc .t
HENRY WILLIAMS REALTY JolnI
l I WHEREAS, the Board of Public Instruction of Wakulla County, I n
REG.; REAL ESTATE BROKER Florida, has authorized an Issue of Certificates of Indebtedness In "HOVlCjjrO STUFF A

ST. MARKS, FLA. ii,..sum. .f : ', ( "', \ o finance the cost of acquiring, construct- 'WHAT'S NEW PUSSYCAT?" A WOO BIKINI"
Phone 741 ing, erecting, building, furnishing and equipping certain schools '
orPANACEA Clean and school buildlnpt to constitute a new high school to be locatedIn
I'RIDCE UpSALE the vicinity of '. t ,IP Wnkulla: County; and CAPITOB DRIVE-IN
HIGHWAY
Phone YU 4-2102 WHEREAS; .. I, rl! des issue of Certificates must be .advertised PERRY OUTDOOR ON WOWV.UI HWT.

REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES NOW, TIIERI! .Kt BE IT RESCLVED by the Board of Public Instruction oN

Associate of Wn: '' unty, Hoi .r'a, that Today thru Sat. 'n
W. M. Hatcher. ">r- SECTION 1. :*&uu,WO,00 Certificates of Indebtedness of the TodaryQrl: C Sat
Phone WA 6-3201 (Board of Public Instruction of Walulla) County shall be sold at pub-
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lic sale ',n the 14lh day of Scptcn.Ler, 1965, pursuant to the notice '
hereinafter provided for. NOW SHOWING
SECTION 2. The official notice of sale calling for bids for the Walt I Jlneyll
---- -. purchase of such $800,000.00 Certificates of Indebtedness of the "TAFFY and the "FLi\SH. E TEENAGE

If You Need. Board as follows of Public: Instruction of Wakulla County shall be substantially JUNGLE HUNTER" I I/HER,.:, I"

a OfficeSuppliesHusinefck OFFICIAL NOTICE OF SALE and : ylhi" 4
I Machines Elvis Pulley in ..
I Office TurnllureSt $800,000.00 "LAWRENCE ARABIA"f
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION "TICKLE ME"
or Call WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA .
RANEY WHALEYat 1965 Chevroletsand CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS :-
DATED SEPTEMBER 1, li!>65
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Notice hereby given that the Board of Public Instruction of Wa- 'f'

CAPITAL OFFICE kulla County, Florida, will receive scaled bids at the Office of the
EQUIPMENT CO. Superintendent of Public Instruction, Crawfordville, Florida, until
11 A. M. Eastern Standard Time, Sept. 14th, 1965, for the pur-
SI9 South Adam St a"a hase of all, but not less than all, jf I ',gut! Hundred Thousand Dollars .
Corner E enmcola Used ($800,OVO.00)) ,iggrcgatc pnntial| .imount of Certificates of S H
Cars
TAI.I.AHASSEE HOKIDA Indebtedness 8 ''T S OUR
authorized by resolution of the Board adopted| July ,
.n, 1 65. Said certificates will be dated! September 1, 1965, will At
bear interest at not exceeding the rate of five per centum (5( /) per
annum, payable scml-annually March 1 and September 1, will be
LKOtvnPTIC. TANK in the donom'natlon of $1,000 or $5,000 each, and will be pay- fP
SERVICE,'i 1960 Ford V-8 $895 1959 Triumph $695 al,serially and in numerical order on September: 1 of the respec- : ,
wagon: door: Ilr.eondlllon.,. Tni Convertible Sport Coup; tive years and 'in such amounts as follows! I ,
power Herein*. automatic trim Real eherp EnfUih Import. / ) ,;
Clean OutRepair million. ridio, heeler YEAR AMOUNT YEAR AMOUNT (I! '

.*. 1958 Chevrolet. $495 1963 Ford V-8: $1095) i9j6 $iS, O 197'8 $30,000 (Jt- ,

New Installation VI door tedun: automata Tartar sedan: ilr.conditions 1967'' 20,000 197J! 30,000 '. SALE "
traiumliiloa. radio, radio. healer, straight chlft lyes .i
The Best For Leap healer 4.._,.: 20,000__ __ 1980.__. _35,000_ ___ .r;,
.' :10:1 UUUU: l tsl 35OUO
1962 Wagon $1295 1970 20,000 1982 35,000
Telephone 1949 Pick-Up .$195 /') Squlr. .,door: Ilr. 1971 25,000 1983 40,000 4 PIECE PLACE SETTIN'OF
Tallahassee 877.1773 ChevroletTon.. Hum food, eoedatoned, automatic r.dJo. 1972 25,000 1984 40,000
niter f>00 p.m.Dees !. ready to work. healer, 1973 25,000 1985 40,000 FINE CHINA
1964 Chevelle 1974 25,000 1986 45,000 PLUS lAX
$2195
1 1963 Corvair $795 Malibu Sport Coupe: powtrateerlnf 1975 25,000 1987 45,000 *
Barber Panel: clean ,tconomleal Uhl aulomaUe trinimmlon, 1976 30,000 1988 45,000 WITH THE:'PURCHASE Of':
Shop delivery truck radio heater 1977 30,000 1989
50,000
8 GALLONS OF GASOLINENOTICE
1990 50,000The
1964 Monu. $1595 1963 CHEVY II $1195
FOUK POINTS Coup.: .,.Pttd tran.ml..lon. Si Woon: Automatic tranmbdondla certificates of this issue maturing In the years 1966 through
h..r. Sharp barlln. .nd .. 1975, both inclusive, arc not redeemable prior to their respective ...
BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 stated dates of iriatunty. Certificates of this Issue maturing in the
years 1976 and thereafter ore redeemable prior to their respective
OPFN TIL 1953 Pick-Up. $250 1963 Chevrolet. $1695 stated dates of maturity, at the option of the Board, In whole or in I I
800P.M. FRIDAYS ,International. Fine for>.,"otun'Ion. ,rum. real V tranimliiiloii.I BelAIr 4 Door radio: heater."tomllilood. part, in inverse numerical order, if less than all, September 1, SPECIALS FRI, SAT, MON. AND TOaW
1975, o, ( ', uy intcrct payment date thereafter, at par plus accrued ; .
Interest, plus a premium equal to one year'. interest on the
GRADY I1IITFI F.I.D bonds so redeemed. '
Hie certificates arc in coupon form. Principal and semi-annual ;
HAROLD BALES'CRADV NATIIfRS interest shall be payable in lawful money of the United States of SUGAR/ IBs. A 49c

DEE COOK, Owner America at Capital City First National Bank of Tallahassee, Talla-
ALFORDCHEVROLET hassee, Florida Fresh Grade Italf
Ii fe GIVE Sill GREEN smipsCLARE'S These certificates arc being issued for the purpose of paying the A FRYERS, 29c

cost of acquiring, erecting, constructing, building, furnishing and
i quipping certain school and school buildings In Wakulla
County, SIRLOIN STEAK 69c
I lorlda. The principal of and interest on and a reserve for these .. ;41b.p
Certificates:: arc payable solely from and secured by a prior lien
'
upon) and pledge of the first $55,000 of race track funds allocated NECKBONES lb. |t. ,
:
19c
annually to the Board of Public Instruction of Wakulla County ,
pursuant
to the provisions of Mouse Bill No. 1153 enacted by the 1965
[ SHOP Jffor
Session of the Legislature of the State of Florida, out of the race Duncan Hines CAKE MIX, 79c

track funds accruing annually to Wakulla County under the provi- 1
sions of Chapters 550 and 551, Florida Statutes, subject only to the NABISCO FAMOUS "
CON
COOKIES
EARLY: AMERICANIKENdl 'fc
rights of the holders of outstanding BUILDING CONSTRUCTION .39c
fliDVINOAl I. CERTIFICATES OF THE BOARD DATED SEPTEMBER 1, 1961.
VIC'I ORIAN These certificates do not constitute Indebtedness TOMATOES
an of the Boardor No. 303
4fbr
49c
I URNIIIIHK of Wakulla County, Florida, and do not constitute a lien upon can, ;, .
2 Lots To Serve You-327 N. Adams any property of the Board or of Wakulla County, but constitute a .w
Phone 385.1222 lien only on such portion of said race track funds, and holders shall Irish POTATOES 10 LB. F/39?
1901 N. Mans St. never have the right to require or compel the exercise of the advalorem ,
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA taxing power of the County for the payment of debt service

-1414 S. Monroe thereon. Spring Farm Evap. MILK 3ffbf 39r
each proposal] submitted must name the rate or rates of Interest, ,
in multiples of 1/8 or 1/20 of one per cent ((1( %), which the certi -W .

ficates are to bear. Not more than three ((3)) rates of interest, withIn BANANAS.. 2 lb- 25c
TallahaMte Business Firm a maximum spread of one per cent (I1);), may be specified: ; and ,
ill of the certificates of one maturity must bear the same single
r'l': of Interest. A repeated rate shall not be considered a different
rate All interest due on any certificate at any given interest SHOP HERE FOR YOUR.
DIRECTORYPalornlM payment date shall be eVIdenced by a single coupon. Only bids at
the par value of th, '".r..' itcs and accrued interest thereon, will! 1 SCHOOL SUPPLIES
he entertained. The Certificates will be awarded to the bidder offering -
Theo AdvtrtUtra purchase them at the lowest net interest cost to the Board,
; which shall be determined by taking the aggregate amount of interest FREE NAME PLATE WITH PURDIASE OF
at the rate or rates specified, computed from September 1,
1965, to the respective maturity dates of said certificates. NOTE BOOK BINDER

F R M Lath proposal submitted must be accompanied by a certified or
Folks Store ; bank cashie;' check for $16,000.00 payable unconditionally to
car lac I. GRAMLING the order of the lioard, on which no Interest will be allowed.
FEEDSFlint i "The Capital's t. Checks of the unsuccessful bidders will be returned upon making BACK TO SCHOOL SPE IAlS
Majors for Minor," ,& CO. the award of the certificates. The check of the successful bidder

Cktldrtni Gome' Furnitwrt. Hokkut. Ttyi,elA. One-Stop Service' for will be retained: and applied on the purchase price of the certificates fILLER PAPER SIDE AND iOP HOLES
Baby Ateiiionii pending full performance of said successful bidder, or will be
River Millstoll 133 N. Monroe St. .Ph. 222-1146 Seed Fertilizer forfeited the ifoard as and for full liquidated damages upon failure 500 SHEETS. . .
S. Honro ,ph. US.0274 Poultry Supplies to take up and pay for the certificates. Delivery of the Certificates -
will be made in Jacksonville, Florida, or elsewhere at the .t" .
Garden: ToolsSo. option of und expense of the successful bidder. WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK EACH ONE

Ada ia at SA.L.a.R.Cr The Board will furnish to the purchaser or purchasers of these certificates

I Baker-Alford Co. DI at the Hoard's expense, the printed certificates, the unqualified WHO HAS HELPED MAKE OUR0USINES5\
Phone 223-0173 approving legal opinion, of Bryant, Freeman, Richardson -
I "TA. Pena Hotuf C Watson of Jacksonville, Florida, and other customary closing A SUCCESS
WE
Anything for papers LOOK FORIMRD TO

aaR.pwiar or tractor AltO for your pow The Board reserves the right to reject and all bids SERVING
LtgtUC'oiW't "wnmowar any and YOU
and much for any IN
oti: boat Fpu bid not complying with the provisions hereof will be rejected. Ad- THE FUTURE IT

Hanson, Wood and. S08 N. Adam. St. Ph 22M380 ditional Information may be obtained! from the undersigned, or IS OUR SINCERE
Hoel Ind.; Inc. Thornton, Farish C C a unit, First National Bank Building, Mont- DESIRE TL[> GIVE
Capital Stone Co. gomery, Alabama. YOU THE
8 Adam. St at 4-PolnU VERY BEST IN QUJ&TY
I iLVf, EE. Whalevecretory
Since 1908 (
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Tel X2J-5840 P. O Bo -
Board of Public Instruction AND SERVICE. .
MARBLE GRANITE Wakulla f ;
BAONZZ: County, Florida
-- ---- SECTION 3. The secretary of the Board Is hereby authorized and JOHN AND EWEM?
MEMORIALS
directed to publish said official notice of the Wakulla u
CM(.ry Wtrkff AU 'I,,.. I Bounty News, a newspaper of general circulation in Wakulla
Yeas; r, SOS W. Calnee St-TaL 1110'711Walter County, Florida, once a week, for two consecutive weeks, the first SHOP LOCALLY. n

.....,. Inc.tuarauM I T. Boehaa, Mfr. such publication sale.SECTION. being not less than fifteen ((15)) days prior to the date of AM _
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4. This Resolution shall take effect Immediately upon PIGOTT'S -
/ ami BnuU i I Its passage. STOP

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The Davis and Bass families MrsO-'ic; returned JTAKUUA COttimr 11,151 3-: '
In the Court of the County SOPCHOPPY NEWS Moultric from visit with her two ,
R. L. RILEY Ca. spent the Friday
FUNERAL HOME Judge, Wakulla County, Flo- BY Louise C. Sapp weekend in their Riverview sons, C. B. and Charles Henderson THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER( 2. _ues
rida. In "
Licensed Embalmer Probate. homes. and families of Daytona "
& Funeral They enjoy their boat-
Director IN REi Estato of I Mr. and Mrs. Amos Langston riding on the Sopchoppy River. Beach. Her son, Cecil, and OYSTER SEASON

Phone 697-3366 ORA W. SCOTT, visited thcjr son, Ronald and wife, living here, have recent- OPENED WEDNESDAY ,
Deceased. family, In Huntsville, Ala., Mrs. Susie Roddcnbcrry was ly become the parents of a son-

CARRABELLE, FLA To All Creditors and Persons I' last week. admitted to the Tallahassee greeted by seven sisters and a Tallahassee, Florida OpenIng -

Having Claims Budic Memorial Hospital Sunday. She brother. day for the 1965-66 seasonto
24 HOUR AMBULANCE or Demands Against Mr. and Mrs. Simpson
SERVICE" Said Cstatct of Tallahassee visited Mrs.Simpson's has a broken arm. : take oysters and turtle from
Mandie Mrs. Florida Roberts is spend- Florida waters was September 1, t
Mrs.
SERVING WAKULLA COUNTY You and each of you arc here- mother. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones (nee ing a while In Tallahassee at according to Randolph Hodges, "'
by notified and required to present Stuber, Monday.Mrs. Linda Roddcnbcrry) now livingin her daughter's home, Mrs. Inez Director of the Florida Board of .q

any claims and demands R. P. McKenzie and lucy Lynn Haven, spent the week- Ycnt, while Mrs. Vent is on a Conservation. The season will

I r which have you, or either of you, Kay McKenzie returned home end with their families here.A vacation trip to California.Mr. close on these two species on
may against the estate of and Mrs. Frank Slaughter 30 1965 in Mar
after spending several weeks with April except
Ora W. Scott happy family reunion gathered -
of said deceased, late Mrs. McKenzie' daughter, Linda last weekend at the homeof (nee Barbara Whetstone) brought tin County where the turtle sea-

STEVE REVELLA Judge of County Wakulla, to the County Fay, who lives in San Francisco Mr. and Mrs. Claxton Vause.Thoseattcndingwere Mrs Roberts home Sunday for a son opens on September( 16,
County, Florida California. few hours stay. 1965, and closes on April IS,
l Mrs.
.at his office In the court 1966.
FULL TIME AND COMPLETE: : HEAL{ : house of said Vause's sister, Winnie, and her
KSTAlll: SIIWIU County at Craw- 1965 Sopchoppy: High School Hope Tawana Posey can soon Hodges also pointed out that j
: ford v ilk, Florida, within six graduates attending college arc husband, Jack Touchton and be home from the Tallahassee there were special laws which
calendar months son, John, from Jacksonville,
from the timeof Vicki Kyle, Janice Brown, Stephen Memorial Hospital. affect the taking of oysters in .
the first her brother J. A. Grant and
publication of this Pigott, Lcssic Pigott, Lillian certain areas. In Vplusia County !
FINANCING
ARRANGED AT S )1/4 1 wife from P.
% notice. Lach!: claim or demand Tallahassee, J.
Taylor and Randy Anderson SPECIAL COURSEIN no person shall have more
shall be In and Alfonso and their familiesof
writing, and shall
ANY TYPE: BUILT will attend Chipola Junior than two bushels for one p person
HOVE ON YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE stitctlic place of residence and Tallahassee, her sister, Al- MODERN MATH
College inMarianna, while David or more than 4 bushels per boator
office address of cona Berry and son, Claxton,
post the
claim-
JIVING WAKIJIM aJJNIY1)/ )11IE) : (Ws'M| | ||',\ ant, and shall be sworn to: by Jones attends college in I Jr. and family, and daughter, Marianna, Florida Approxi- motor vehicle for personal
Troy, Ala. Ernest Cox will go mately 300tcachcrs and admin- consumption during the open .
UK claimant Almira Mathis and family of
YU4-2601 YU4-7435 agent, attorney, to the University of Texas; Ca- istrators arc enrolled in a spe- season for taking oysters. This.
H02-2194 mid such claim demand Sopchoppy. Their i other son,
any or rol Becton is going to Alice's cial course in "modem mathe- act shall not apply to certified
filed Pleasant is in service stationedIn
not so :shall be void. ,
Beauty College in Tallahassee; Alaska. matics": offered at Chipola and wholesale or retail dealers or ,
PANACEA. FLORIDA hi Hope DraperAs and Linda Durrant is attending Jackson Junior Colleges this Fall. their I employees. The legal I "

I Ancillary Ijtccutor of the Florida State University.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Rogersand Centers 'arc located In Marianna size for oysters is three ((3)) inchesin
LET US BUY OR SELL FOR YOU List Will and
I II Testament of children of Tallahassee arc and Chlpley to serve the entire length.
Ors W. Scott, deceased. and Mrs. Cud Roberts and spending a week's vacation with junior college district which A permit will be required for
I 4t812. 19! .. 26. )/2. family visited friends In Wads-
all firms
I or
-- '-- -- Mrs. Rogers' parents, Walter encompases Jackson, Washington persons, corporations
- '- sa last weekend. and Ollie Harms. They all went Calhoun andllolmcs desiring i to take any shrimp,

Lawrence Roberts spent a few to St. George Island on Sunday. counties. prawns, oysters, or fish from the

days with his parents, Mr. and There were so many people that Entitled "Modem Mathematicsfor salt waters of Culf, Franklin or

Mrs. Johnnie Roberts. Lawrence extra ferry service had to be put Teachers", this course has Wakulla Counties. No permit

i is with the State Patrol in Lake on. The Rogers will also visit been offered pro vtously in shall be required under this act

City, Florida. relatives and friends in FenlanI Blountstown and Gonlfay New for sports fishermen or those who

I dina, I Raldwin: and Port St. Joe. textbook adoptions for. mathematics fishwith a hook and. line or
Mrs. Cordon Lambert and dau- in grades one through six cast nets.

ghters, Shcri and Susan, of De- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crown created a real need for such a' Information and permits may

troit, Michigan, arc spendinga spent last Thursday visiting the course designed to tic together be obtained, without charge,
FRM couple I of weeks with Mrs. Brown families at Eastpoint, Fla. the traditional. mathematics from the Florida Board of Conservation -

Lambert's grandparents, Mr. and modem mathematics. 107 West Gaines
Mrs. Eli Mc Ken1.le. Miss Mary Moody became the Through the cooperation of the Street, Tallahassee, Florida.

I bride of Clyde Nichols Saturday State Department of Educationand According to reports by Con-
Mrs. Clinton Me Heroic was evening in the Sopchoppy: Baptist local school officials, the servation Officers in the turtle
RANCH & GARDEN b honored with a bridal shower in Church. The Rev. O. D. Hall
CENTER three-semester-hour course is producing areas, this has been a
the home of Mrs. Parker in Tallahassee performed the .
ceremony.Mr. provided for teachers tuition- very successful nesting year.
Friday night, August .
and Mr
Jessie Moody, The staff for the
free. teaching
826 W. Gaines Tallahassee, Fla. 27. I loslcssts consisted of the Los Indies, Texas, arc parentsof project consists of James T.
OfficcDcpirtmcntof the South- the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. coordinator T. Doors
Sims, project Sliding
c a stern telephone Company,
Noise Nichols, Mcdart, arc the Patricia Bedsole
H Brittan ,
WAREHOUSE OPEN! where the bride is employed. parents of the bridegroom.Ivy and Frederic, Howell, all of Arc Ideal WayTo
The honoree received many decorated the altar rail of College Louise
Chipola Junior ;
beautiful gifts. the church with a background of
Boone of the Jackson County Save
See Us For Magnolia. A center arch of SpaceSpace
Staff Mrs. Vivian
: Electric Fence Miss June Roberts spent last Supervisory ;
white candelabra flanked
FRM Feeds Insecticides weekend in lallahasscc( visiting by Kooncc of Jackson Junior Col- savers are welcome In
Garden Seeds Pesticides rclitivcs. twin arrangements of white roses lege; and Mrs. Ann Sims of large homes as will as In
and fern was the setting for the
Field Seeds Hay Chiplcy. small apartments For this

Fence Wire Garden Supplies Miss Mattie Rcvcll spent last ceremony.The bride wore a sheath gownof reason sliding doors arc prcfcried -
week In Tallahassee. wherever space restrictions
Fertilize Peat Most silk organza over taffeta with
Nail & Staples Dog Foods f i Mr Rufus Crum was admittedto a full overskirt and fitted bod- FLORIDA MERIT SYSTEM make the use of conven-

the hospital in Carrabe lie last ice. Alcncon lace edged the I RESCHEDULES EXAMS tional doors Impractical.

Tallahassee's Newest. & Modem week suffering from a blood clotin hemline and bottom of the fin- Since sliding doom requireno

his leR.Fralk gertip veil. She carried a bridal I Florida Merit System examinations clearance for opening they
WESTERN SHOPTo of blossoms. scheduled for September do not Intrude on usable floor
Lawhon returned home bouquet orange 4, 1965, have been canceleddue They allow greater
Miss Carol Stuber space.
after spending several days In Sopchoppy, to conflict with the Labor
Open Soon! was Ma Id of II on or. Flower freedom In furniture arrangement -
the Tallahassee Memorial Hos Bertha Evans Day weekend. These examina- and maintain an Illusion
girl was tions have been rescheduled for
pital.
of even In small
space
They wore short length dressesof 11 '
.z September 1965.
Clad to know Sam Dunlap is white lace with matchinghats. Candidates areas
who have been accepted
]home and recovering from an Wood panel doors used as
I operation. Mr. Ron McEldcrry, Panacea, for these examinationswill sliders are a natural for hall
notified by an examina- the width of the
1 was best man Henry McDon- closets, where
tion admission card In
ald and Mose Strickland were ample hall does not permit a rcKulai
time for participation in the
ushers, both of Sopchoppy.: door. Attractive stock panel
September 11 1965 examina-
,
Assisting at the reception fol- doors of ponderosa pine are
tion. In view of this fact, it
lowing the ceremony at the Installed easily and provide a
will not be for candi-
church were Mrs. Helen necessary glamorous touch to hird-to-
Measler' dates to reapply for admissionto
Mrs. Lydia Isler and decorate hall areas
the examinations.
magc Crum. Sliding doors can be hunt

The couple will reside in Sop- as successive double units

choppy. The bridegroom is em- for the entire length: of a

NEW RATE REDUCTION ployed by Crum's and Collins' hallway to provide a com-

Construction Company, Pana- plete storage wall. Properly

cea. Installed with track and

hardware they will open and



BENEFITS 96 % OF OUR 11 r -- ---- close at a touch



LAKE,



RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERSBill. THECONVENENC.E



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for .(.clrlo ..rvlc. are reduced this monlh ?
1 LEWIS STATE BANK
lo glv* *>ll*cl to th* 4% reductionIn

our corporal Income lax. D .
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Th. company has .av.d and set aside the
.f DRIVE-IN BAN J/NG.
amount of the F.derallncom. tax reduction

since this order was initially rsceived .. -
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and a refund of more than on. million dollar MOM DOES .TOO!
will b. mad. to customer in September

(Th. refund will be reflected by a credit, to

.ach residential customer bill.d in September)

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HERE'S THE CHANGE NixTse lwrN: ter rte
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IN ELECTRIC RATES ioret.sasirx. 1.12 inNl f w

lo; KWH r--.. 1.52N

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TOTAL !00 ON01aN 5.24 J5
d"'"'COIIIINI.t.... iIocIudI..AdIOl1.. ei _
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NEW LOW RATES FOR BIO RESIDENTIAL USERSA

new low rate for all electricity used above 1.000 KWH

p.r month ie now In effect for our residential customers

The new; rate Is 1,B cents p.r KWH, plus billing adjustment, O

formerly! the lowest rat was 1,6 cents per KWH

plus billing adjustment -

W* believe this new low rate will be especially welcometo --O I

our all-electric customers and other using electricair ,

conditioning and heating

MOST NON-RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS ALSO BENEFIT .

Depending upon rate schedules applicable to their requirements,

there customer also share in this latest rate reduction.






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PERSONALSRlcJlardWJullL'Y children Mrs. Carlton have returned Whalcy home and after 14,560 Traffic Violators Are I iuauluting Glass Small Panes Hid 4W."LLA- t btfirtT_IiIPI'I''

celebrated a week's visit with her parents 'THUH8DAT. KPTttBC 1063SROMRDiVULMMS
his i Defects in GlassMaster 2.
Reduces ChoresOne
tents birthday with dinner at Mr. and Mrs. ISarncy Bailey -
Sylacauga, Ala. Arrested By FHP
Noble Park
Sylacauga, Ala. way to avoid the bother craftsmen of Col-
Attending were thirteen first Jack Pearce is attending College some job of putting up and onial times who created works \ '
cousins, four uncles, six aunts, at Madison, Florida. TALLAHASSEE-Florlde Hlihway Patrol Director H N. KIrkman taking down storm windowsat of art in glassware were rank
two listen, Dcanna Jo and Anna reported today that 14.580 hazardous moving arrests have been made home is to install wood amateurs at producing plain WARNS AGAINST MIL
Lynn, grandparents, Mr. and Mr. Dan Miller returned home Patrol's old window glass So
by Troopers during the first month of the Florida Highway windows with Insulating glass they
Mrs. IlarneJ' Ilniley, one brother, from Tallahassee Memorial special enforcement program These arrests were made! on pre selected These new double-glazed camouflaged the defects by ORDER INSURANCE" ,
Eddie
ton Whaley.mother, Mrs. Carl- Hospital on Monday.Mr. roads in high accident frequency ar..... windows of ponderosa pine dividing windows into very Tallahassee'ii, Fla. -- State
Train rides were enjoyed and Mrs. Luther Tucker All of these moving arrests have been made In the Milt accident consisting of two panes of small panes. Treasurer Insurance Commissioner
all the children. The highlight by and son, Stan, returned home areas and the majority occurred when motorists failed to yield the glass hermetically sealed at Although flawless sheet Broward Williams warned
of the day was a sudden shower last week from Hawaii. Mrs. right-of-way, violated stop signs and signals, drove over the centerline the edges to form a single unit glass is readily available today Florida servicemen and their
which soaked UK birthday cake I Tucker am Stan spent two ; made improper lane changes; followed too closely; and operatedat of glass arc available In stock small-paned windows are families today against buying
und the family.Mrs. months there and Mr. Tucker a rate of speed which was unlawful or unsafe for the conditions sizes The wood sash and the still popular even to the point mail order insurance from companies -
Joined them and spent three "The Patrol's Addltionai-Traffic.Enforce ment'Program which "dead air" between the panes where they are simulated. not licensed in this state,
( Barney IJallcy, mother of weeks. They were visiting their started a month ago." Kirkman said "has been aimed directly at form a natural Insulation Stock wood windows of ponderosa saying Florida law cannot protect
Mrs. Carlton Whaky, and two and against heat loss and condensation pine for example, are their claims.
son family: Mr. and Mrs. curbing Florida's highway death toll by the use of additional personnel
aunts, Mrs. Louise Fulmer and Kit Tucker and children. over and above those norrrally assigned in th, !high accident Since the panes are available not only with fixed The number of mail order insurance -
Mrs. Lewis Gary, all of Syla- areas with specific instructions to rigidly enforce the law" sealed there is less window grills but with removable solicitations began risIng -
cauga, Ala were called to Mrs. Juanita Patton Simpson Commander Klrkman concluded by saying "Even though Florida's surface to wash than with grills that can be lifted out in Florida shortly after the
Tallahassee due to the critical from Middleton, Tenn. visited storm sash with a touch when the glass increase in the number of servicemen -
death toll has shown signs of slowing down the Florida Highway
ilhicss of their brother, Mr. her sister and family, Mr. and reduce Today insulating glass is needs washing Removable drafted and sent overseas
will their all out efforts to further
James Rogers. Mrs. Moody Pearce, last week. Patrol Troopers continue available In all styles! of wood grills make It possible to re because of the Viet Nail
these tragic and unnecessary deaths on our highways
windows! through local lumber tain the traditional look even crisis.
Mrs. L. R. I Urvcy, Jr. is in Mrs. Fred Oliver, Sr. is In dealers in windows with insulating Out-of-state mall order insur-
Emory University Hospital I ir. Emory University Hospital in glass ance companies arc not regulated -
Atlanta for eye sur ery. Atlanta for eye surgery. or licensed by Florida, said.

I _. .' Commissioner Williams. They
see pay no taxes In Florida and sell

are you planning on a moat for your home ? their He agents.urged policies Floridians without using to "buy local

safely, from an agent you know I
and a company you trust; and be
assured satisfaction in case of
I
a loss. "
Mail order Insurance solicita-
tions generally arc aimed at
cither the serviceman or his wife
or parents Policies be
bought serviceman.without the mar the I

"Frequently, said the Com-
missioner, "such companies advertise -
that no agent will call.
Frequently, no agent will call
when a claim Is presented. All
1 ( too often, the buyer learns to
his dismay that he has spent
money for coverage he cannot
collect. "

Last May, Commissioner Wil-
a lIamswamed against mail order
insurance, saying the State Insurance -
Department could do
little or nothing to enforce the
,: provisions of policies sold by
companies not regulated by the
state
"The only recourse availableto
r yC mail order insurance buyers,
or to the State Insurance Department -
\ IW he said, "is an appeal
to the Insurance Depart-
ment of the state in which the
c i firm Is domiciled. "


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YOUNG GIRL LEARNS
\ WISDOM OF SAVINGA

nine-year-old Orlando girl
has learned the wisdom of saving -
money, Investing it, and
letting It work for her.
7 4J f fszi A few weeks ago, Sheryl Mon-

roe of 5902 Riviera Drive, Orlando
+ asked her father, Harold,
w 4 how she should go about buying
stock. Surprised by the fourth-
grader's question, he replied
yIIII that it would be a good Idea to
"study the mar k e t ", select
i 'a.t+ 15.D sound company, then contactone
,
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: / of the firm's high-ranking
{ I i BFI officers

Ipf 1 j ,, S'I Unknown to :,.,r father and
UV L mother, "S'tert1 Jld just that.
She wrote a lifter to one of Florida
4.: r ,_el' Power Corporation's: officers
in St. Petersburg and saidi "I
have saved $23.21 and would
1 r like to invest $10.00 of it in
company. I have beenlooking
D in the paper and have
selected your company. The
reason that I have selected your
company is because the use of
electricity Is very important.And .
the reason I can only invest -
$10.00 because ifl
need any extra money, I can
withdraw it from the bank. Will
you tell me how to? Thank
"
you.
I Her letter was acted upon immediately -

Whatever your home improvement plans are, Borrowing at our Full Service Bank will estab of one share. However of Florida, the Power cost

common stock amounted to
you can arrange them through a Capital City lish you a solid credit reputation, too! Why not $45.25. A company officer
made up the difference from his
First National Bank low cost F.H.A. Title One save money on our low cost Home ImprovementHome own pocket and arrangements
for the
were completed purchaseof
Improvement Loan! plan-Today. a share of stock for Sherri.!
Whenher father was contactedby

Not only do you add to the value of your home (You can borrow up to $2,500.00, terms to company the presentation representatives plans, he about -

stunned. "Sher'l is
by making improvements, you probably will three years to pay!) was industrious young lady a, very" he

said, "but I never dreamed she
save on costly repair bills later. was really serious about invest-
ments .. "
The stock was presented to
Shcrrl by W. C. Johnson, East-
em division manager for Florida
Power, along with a letter from
Stop by and discuss your plane the anonymous company officer

i who wrotci "I hope that over
with Dozier Full .
BridUy.You'll .
the years this will prove a wise
like doing business with"Tallahassee's BANK investment for you, Sheryl. 1
ServIc must point out to you, however,
Friendliest that the purchase of this type of
security is of a speculative na-
k"I ture, that is, the* price of this
stock could go up or down, depending
upon the progress your
company makes from year to
year. In making future invest-
.
ments, I would suggest that you
consider buying U. S. Govern
ment Savings Bonds. These are
Capital City not subject: to having their price
changed. After you have any
cumulated a few bonds then
you might want to again buys
stock similar to the investmentyou
ire making In Florida Power
t Corporation I appreciate your
confidence In our company... "
Sheryl's father is employed by
the Beamer Brace Company of
Orlando her mother is a teacher
for retarded children; and Sherri!
has three sisters.A '
F.1RS1 thrilled little girl is now
hoping to attend "her" com-
pany's annual stockholders meeting -
la St. Petersburg next Spring.n .








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