Wakulla County news
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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 9, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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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Beyond The Moon INSURANCE MEETS Friday, September 3, 1965 ',.
Tallahassee (Special) Insurance CongressmanD. R. (Billy)Matthews _-i't I'

By Senator CLINTON P. ANDERSON (D.-N.Mex.) conventions, seekingsites reported that,it is his un-

Senator Anderson II Chairman of the Senate Committeeon for work and play, are demanding Suwannee the Senate Riverwillbewithdrawnby .
turning more and more to Florida
Aeronautical and Space Sciences as State TreasurerInsurance Committee on Interior and Insular -
Commissioner Broward Affairs from active consideration -
With the eight-day flight of Gemini V logged into the Williams turns on the charm in for Inclusion in the

books as another space success for the United States, at- his statewide campaign to en- Wild Rivers System, as proposed
tention is focused on the scheduled rendezvous in space ticethemtothe Sunshine state. by Senate Bill, S. 1446.
next month between Gemini VI and an Because his program is only The Senate committee Is
scheduled to meet at lOiOC
three months old, it can take
Agena booster. These flights and the succeeding credit for only a few conventions A. M. on Friday, September
Gemini and Apollo missions will that came to Florida so 10, and Matthews said that In
carry the Nation to the goal of landing far. But, said Commissioner his most recent discussion with
astronauts on the Moon in this decade. j Williams, inquiries, tentative the committee it was indicatedthat
The knowledge and experience gained in bookings and interest in Flori- action would be taken to h ?
da the "and remove the Suwannee River e.i ,
are on increase
this endeavor, will set the stage for more Pi they are traceable to the pro- from the group of six riven cur- t J
ambitious and complex space ventures. gram. rently under review for designation -
Our objective of reaching the Moon by He said repeatedly he is more as "Wild Riven".
. 1970 was set by President Kennedy and interested in helping every area By removing the S uw a nne e r
the Congress four years ago. Since that of the state secure conventions, River and returning it to a stu-

time we have made great strides and t6.N.r And..,.. boosting the state's economy, dy group, the Federal Government f
could' make no furthe
than in taking credit for convention
President Johnson, fully]) realizing the importance bookings.His plans for the Suwannee Rive, .
of a space program, has continually]) voiced his kicked off last without the recommendations o:
strong support for the space effort and has seen that its May program with appointment of 59 State officials. The Suwannee a:

momentum has been sustained. representatives of the tour 1st River Authority, an agency 01
OTHER SPACE OBJECTIVES and convention industry .from the State of Florida, has gone
Besides the Moon mission there are other important 30 cities throughout the state to on record as being unanimously .._
to S. 1446. Congressman -
of the of an Insurance Convention Advisory opposed
aspects investigation space objectives we Matthews, in an earlier ALOHA FLORIDA RESIDENTS
are now pursuing, others that may become desirable.The Committee charged with statement, also announced his
latter variety concerned the Senate Space Committee making Florida a conventionstate. opposition to having; the Suwannee Lovely Sunken Gardens model Carol Sawin extends a cordial invitation to all Florida residents to visit .
recently during three days of hearings to determinethe River included in the Wild Florida's Sunken Gardens during the month of September for a small service cbarge. For the second -
"We can offer not only the Rivers following the re- consecutive year this special offer Is being extended in an effort to acquaint)Florida residents
of the White House
thinking the National] Aero- best climate and the best con- the Authority. with what there Is to see here In the "Sunshine" state. Children under eight are admitted free of
nautics and Space Administration, the Department of vention and tourist facilities, commendatlonpf'Don Fuqua had charge. Bonafide identification such as a Florida driven license Is required.
Defense, and the National] Academy of Sciences on pos- said Williams, 'but also hospitality announcedthathewas Congressman also asking

sible programs after Apollo.]] We know that the $20 Florida Is a hospitality" that the Suwannee Riverbe FRANK EDWARD PEARCE ASC COUNTY COMMITTEE

billion for Apollo is, in fact, buying space craft, ground state.From That's more 1 to important.15 deleted from the bill. Fu- ELECTION RESULTS JAMES H. RODGERS
facilities and most January August said there tad been an overwhelming Frank Edward Pearce 69
importantly, experience that will]] Florida was host to 167 major qua ANNOUNCED F\D1eralserviceswere conducted -
be used after Apollo.]] insurance conventions and serftlment expressed died Sunday morning at Tallahassee at lliOO, A.M. Wednesday,
It is necessary to move in measured pace towart group meetings that drew 61- by die peopUf. him In pub- Memorial Hospital Farmers recently elected to September 1st, for James H.
lic ass) letters, in addition Funeral services were held at serve as the Stab-
meetings ( Agriculture
]learning more with instruments about Mars and Venus. 934 visitors who spent more to the Jmanlmous recommendation 10:00A.M. Tuesday. at St. ilization and Conservation Rodgers, 57, who died Monday
Only by thorough instrumented probing of these planetswill than $7.7 million, not Counting the Suwannee Marks Baptist Church with the (ASC) County Committee and orial afternoon at Tallahassee. Mem-
the information be available] to determine whether transportation. River Authoriti that this rivetr Rev. Emmett Whtley offlclat- their term of office area J. K. Hospital.A
Commissioner Williams said native of Rockford Ala.
those environments efnsldered in this Ing and burl.al111 Craw viUeem'etety' Moore Crawfordville ,
are hospitable to any form of life- 205 Insurance conventions and notbe further "* { Fla. ROdgenhad resided in the Tal-
the question that captivates scientists. The Voyager major meetings already bill. <: J.'A.'Culley 61 Soij 3 yean George Strickland, lahassee-Cambelle area for the
Project hopes to plop an instrument package on Mars booked for Florida for the rest Fuqua emphasized that he recognizes was in lived charge.He the Blountstown Sopchoppy, Fla., 2 years;; past seven and a half years. He
fh 1971 to transmit data on the planetary atmosphere.NEW of 1965 and 1966. the great resource that on Clayton Taff, Crawfordville, was employed by the Wells
native of Hudson 1
These the Suwannee River is to his Highway, was a Fla., year; Homer Harvey, Lumber Company of Carrabelleand
SPACE VEHICLES meetings are expectedto Fla. and moved to Leon CrawfordviUe Alternate
area and he pledged his continued Fla. First -
The United States is developing the vehicles that will]] bring 90,056 visitors to Florida efforts to work with the County about six years ago. ; John B. Miller, Craw- was Church.a member of the Methodist -

enable us to choose from an array of options, including ; and they$12.3 will million spend an not estimated Suwannee River Authority and He was a carpenter and a member fordville, Fla. Second Alter- The final rites took place at

planetary travel. Nuclear-propelled] ]] rockets are one including transportation. the people in any program of St. Marks Baptist Church. sate J. A. Culley and Sons Funeral
such family of craft. Witnesses before the Space Com- Meanwhile the advisory which will lead to its advance- Surviving are his wife, Mrs. The election was held by Home Chapel, with the Rev.
mittee stated that spending on nuclear rocket propul- committee continues working ment and development. Ollie Pearce; three sons, Earl: mail balloting August 1627. R. E. Rutland officiating Bur
and Vernon of Tallahassee, and The newly elected committeewill
sion is now at a reasonable level. Late next year or with convention and tourist organizations take office ial followed In the Marcele
Wlllard Pearce CrawfordvlUe October 1.
early in 1967 tests will]] be run on an exoerimental throughout the state ; Cemetery In Jamison, Ala.
sys- FLORIDA SUPPORTS a daughter, Mrs. Juanita Evans, Chairman.J. .K. Moore pointsout Rodgers Is survived
in effort by his widow -
a Joint to bring con-
tem resembling that needed for light. Soon after that, Orlando; two stepdaughters, that the ASC committee is Mrs. M.
ventions to Florida. Ruby Rodgers
a decision will have to be made on actual flight on a BIBLE YEARTallahassee Mrs. Eva Ervin, Albany, an responsible for local adminis- three sons, Buddy Ray, Roy;
nuclear-powered rocket. Florida The Mrs. Mildred Roberts, Talla- tration of such national farm Dale and Jimmy Dean Rodgers,
The Space Committee was assured by NASA officials year 1966 has been proclaimed'The hassee; a brother, Fred Pearce, programs as the Agriculture all of Tallahassee five daughters -
that they will stretch current and planned spacecraftfor TOM ADAMS ANNOUNCES Year of the Bible" for Tarpon Springs and a sister, Conservation Program, the feed Linda Fay and Ruthie Mae
Florida by Governor Haydon Mrs. Susie Benton, Wauchula; grain program, acreage allotments Rodgers Tallahassee
the fullest use before deciding to build! new
genera- 22 and 12 and marketing
Bums. This executive action is grandchildren great- quotas, Clara Lovett
Jamison, Ala.,
tions of vehicles.] This is sound and
fiscally responsible Tallahassee Secretary ol in recognition of the American grandchildren commodity price-support loans, Mrs. Nellie May Revell, Car-
administration. State Tom dams has announced Bible Society's 150th Anniver and storage facility loans. rabelle and Mrs. Carolyn
The future program objectives I have outlined are the appointment of nine sary. The Society is the largestnon 4-H CLUB NEWS The ASCS County Office at Daughtry, Carrabelle; one brother -
ambitious and serve to show how wide spread our ex- prominent F1 o r 1 d Ian..to the profit organization In the Crawfordville, is headquarters I Fred Rodgers, Tallahassee -
ploration of space can be. With these objectives now newly-organized Agricultural United States responsible for Jennifer Harper for the county committee, and ; three sisters, Mrs. Lewis
before us, we must focus our energies on carrying out Subcommittee of the Florida- translating, publishing, and dir Senior 4-H ClubCrawfordville serves contact as for the business film ell' local Cray, Coodwater, Ala., Mrs.
Colombia Alliance program. tributing the Bible at home and connected louise Fulmer, Rockford, Ala.,
those objectives. PLANS FOR :WILLIAMS AU nine appointments, said overseas. with participation In the programs and Mrs. Faye Bailey, Syla-
I Adams, were recommended by State, regional and local Bible The CrawfordvlUe Senior 4-H administered by the com cauga Alit; and six grand
REGISTERED CATTLE TO REUNION ARE MADE Agriculture Commissioner societies were Instrumental Club held a regular meeting mittee. These programs encourage children.

BE SOLD AT AUCTIONOn Cracevllle ( Special--) Doyle Conner.Namedwere. in the founding of the American September 2. The members conservation and Increase Mrs. Fay Bailey is the mo-
There'll be a new look to the Joe Brown, executive Bible Society In 1816. It present elected new projectsfor farm returns by meansof ther of Mrs. Carlton Whaley of
Wednesday, September 62nd Williams Family Reunion assistant to Conner) C. was formed during a period of the coming year. price supports and market Crawfordville.
15, .1965, at 2i30 P.M. the thI.year--thenew Calilee Tabernacle Ellis Clark, vice president, First irreligion to provide Scripturesfor Officers for the new year were supply-management as well as ,
North Florida Experiment Station building will be ready National Bank, Miami RobertS. churches and the growing elected, by payments.
will tell 18 registered An- In time for the 1965 event, Saturday Cody, publisher of Florida population moving westward. New officers area President, BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
gus and 5 registered Hereford October 2. Cattleman Magazine, Kissim- Previously, a few state Bible John Taylor; Vice President,
bulls In the Cadsden County General Chairman Charles A- mee; Sidney L. Crochet, vice societies printed and distributed Don Taylor; Secretary and CARD of THANKSWe Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cowdy
Auction The Cadsden County dams said construction is expected president of United States Sugar the Bible to the earliest settlers Treasurer, Cathy Padgett; Reporter )f Crawfordville announce the
Auction it located 1 mile west to be completed by Corp. Clewiston Dr. T. J. in America. Jennifer Harper; Coun- wish to express our thanks Jlrth of their son, Russell Lowell
of Quincy on Highway 90 Immediately September 15, and the famed Cunha, University of Florida; The proclamation notes that Delegate Andy Harper; and appreciation to our man< born Thursday, Septem-
behind the Farmer's reunion is scheduled the first S. John Folks, Jr. Florida Power the missionary activities of the Rec. Leader Chuck Deal. friends and neighbors for the ber 2, 1965, Tallahassee
Market south of the highway.The Saturday in October. Corp., St. Petersburg; Henry American Bible Society "con- The new officers: were Installed kindness shown us during ou Memorial Hospital. Russell
bulls will be sold aheadof Plans were put into operation Catrell, Fairfield, Flat tributed significantly to the cul- by Mr. L. D. Taylor, Coun- recent sorrow Lowell weighed in at S pounds,
the regular sale. They are after last years reunion to raise Louis Cilbreath, Exchange Bank tural development and strength: ty Agent. The John A, Roblson 4 ounces. Mother and son are
19 to 21 months of age and money for the building. of St. Augustine; and John E. of our citizenry" and adds that The next meeting will be held Family doing nicely.
ready for service this coming Heading the finance commit Tilpps, Tallahassee many "historic old Bibles are October_____ 14. _
season. All are guaranteed to teewas State Treasurer Broward "First order of business of the prized possessions of our State's
breed. They have been devel- Williams, with Appellate Judge committee, "saldAdams, "will archives as well as of hundredsof : FREE FAIR FUN
oped on a grain on grass ration John Rawls, and Senator Robert be to explore ways to develop our families. The special
and are in moderate flesh. I Williams of Cracevllle, specific projects for the Florida proclamation notes the future -
They can be seen at the North *members of the family, serving committee and its Colombian opening of a new Bible
Florida Experiment Station anytime with Mm.Treasurer counterpart from among the House in New York City in 1966to
prior to sale date. A Williams said that general programs proposed by meet the world's growing demands -
heahh certificate will be furnished the goal has been reached and the Florida survey team which for the Scriptures.In _
If desired. contracts let for the facility. visited Colombia several honoring die one hundred t e
Weaning weights, present Since the first fajnlty gather- months ago. and fifty years of dedicated .
weights, gains, rating of sire ing In 1903, the Williams clan service rendered by the Amer- e
and dam, and other data on his come back again and againto ican Bible Society,the Governor -
these cattle will be furnished. share fellowship under the urged the citizens of Floridato
The bulls were not creep fed spreading Oaks around the old! TEACHERS RECEPTION SET participate in the Anniversary .
before weaning. Galilee Church halfway between FOR SEPTEMBER <>TH celebration -- sonsonant k
These cattle are produced by ChIpley and Craceville. with their beliefs and free will. _
the purebred herds which have The Methodist Church that was Mrs. Irma Welch, President of The State of Florida Is one oi
received assistance from the founded by a Williams before the Crawfordville Woman's fifteen states which have proclaimed -
Southeastern Livestock Improvement the turn of the century and Club, announced that the Club 1966 as "The Year of _
Foundation. 'Ac whose congregation is"mdstly will hold regular annual tea- the Bible. They Include Arkansas -
cording to our agreement with WllllamseswlU be host to somi chers reception Thursday night, California Illinois,
the Foundation, the cattle must 2,000 or more membep.aps September 9, from 8:00 P.M. Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, .
be sold at public auction to persons guests. until lOtOO P.M. at the Clubhouse Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska
la either Florida, South According to a recent navel In Crawfordville.The New Jersey, New Mexico,
Georgia, or South Alabama. there are close toSO.OOOdes- public is cordially Invitedto Oklahoma, Tennessee and Wis
For further Information con- cendents of Andrew Elton Williams attend. Come out and meet consin.
tact your County Agent. I scattered around the the 1965-66 slate of teachers
have weight gain records) and world. and school officials
birth dates on all bulls to be "Dinner on the ground, the -6fINDED

sold. noontime highlight of the festive FloridiansAlY last year held ,. ,,s
day means goodies piled highon 968 active pilot certificates
a table that is 5 feet wide There were 3,117 active civil
Nearly a quarter of a muJ and 250 feet long. Florida has 67 counties.. 54. aircraft in the itate. This was
lion annual blooming flowers Judge Alto Adams, retired 252 square miles of area, and a fain of 6.MO flyers and atmoit These pretty aqua queens are part of the water ski ballet which: has been attracting thousands
Ire planted yearly at Florida'" Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme I the population la now' approxbmainly 2.000 aircraft within 1Cyears. of visitors dally to the free Florida Citrus Water Ski show in the Amphitheatre of the

Cypress Gardens. at this Court year's, will affair.be the speaker J.850.000. New York World's Fair Lake Area. (Show hours> 1, 2SO, 4, 6:50: 8, and lOnm.)

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2 ce; !'s of the four cent (4c) per, Boca Chlca Channel Bridge, but ex- early d.cl.lon by the .I.ctoro -

(l .HUEMMY. SEPTEMBER! 1969 MINUTES OF THE WAKULLA WANTED Ironing in my home. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL ,ali.n of the total tax levied by feet eluding In length all other, bridges over BOO the atate dope exl.t, and of

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD ON Eiso Station North of Crawford- AMENDMENTS. TO BE VOTED ON stat law r.onof"petroleum and' otherlike now 21 In Eicambia County. extension the WHEREAS State Conalilution an am.ndment 10

-:1: AUGUST 25 1965 NOVEMBER u ol Interstate 110 from Maxwell dealing with
vlllc. Call WA 6-3094. 2. 1969 known ai the flrit gsa tax and upon the subject matter of taxation
NOTICE OP SPECIAL ELECTION Street to US M. or U.1. 29 front certain of
motor of
fuels used to propel motor
The Wak\illa WHEREAS. The Legislature of other Penaacola to the Alabama itate Un. Vehictpa
WAKULLA County School hereinafter called Pledged ahould be submitted
vehicles ( to the
Board ales under the Constitution of 1689 collected be and U.S. 90 from S.H. 295. via Cervantes of the Slate of Florida Volen
met in Special Session on In the Circuit Court of the of the State of Florida did pan Joint Revenue), shall a. by the state Street to Interstate 10 East eat' poeaible time. at the e.rll.
distributed monthly NOW
COUNTY NEWS August 25, 1965, at 8:00 P. M. Second Judicial Circuit of Resolutions proposing amendments comptroller to the state board ofadminiatration of Pcnucola, should the atate road FORE. THERE.s. .
The to the Conitltutlon of the State of determine the need to
meethsgwas called hereinafter called 1& Resolved
to ( by the
order -
Florida Lell.lallll'll
In and For Wakulla Florida. and
they were agreed to ba ,
Telephone WAInul '.lltlVlrrlnl. by the Chairman, Mr. Rod- County. In Chancery. by a vote of three.fourth. vote of the trust board fund to) to be known be deposited as the itate In a 23 In Duvsl County arterial connectors the State the following 01 Florida:

denberry. Member all the membera elected to each and urban improvement, seiSoi amendment to
present No. 1351. road bond fund. Such fund shall 13 01 ArtIcle IX
The of the
vote. said Joint Reso total of approximately, but not
were Mr. be administered by the board as a State. Conatltution Is
Roddenberry Mr. agreed
lutloni to
;I were entered upon their re than seven million two nun and
and uied more shall be
Janie Fitzgerald widow hereinafter provided. submitted to
H a the
Mr. ipectlve electors
Journal with the and
Posey and Mr. yeas provided In this amendmentFor dred fifty thousand dollars ((27250 of the state for
an approval
Strickland. Members absent'I' Plaintiff, maya thereon, and they did determine the purpose of this amendment OOO) ) for right of way and construction lion at a speclil called electon or rejec.
Kelghtler* Editor* : and direct that the said Joint ; s.
Mr. Crum. I vs. Reiolutloni be submitted the board shall continue as i provided by Section 3 of Artlti.
to the elee
life of In St Johni County SR II
Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded -' Joe M. Milam and Juanita Mi- tors of' the State of Florida at aapeclal this body amendment corporate during and shall the have all fram Interstate 95 to U.S. 4.; XVII which shall of the be held Florida on the ConitltuUon,

Fred .. :"PubllnherF.nter.d lam his wife election on November 2, amendment 24 In Alachua County, SR 28 first (mi)
Kf'IRhtle.y. by Mr. Posey, that the Jerrell Metcalf 1965; the power provided In Tuesday after the first ((1st) Mon.
following teachers ,' and Evelyn Metcalf his wife NOW. THEREFORE. In addition to all other con from Interstate 71 to Gainesville, day 'n November next, which
be hired for I. TOM date
related 23 In Voluila County, Bevitle'iRoatL
ctltutlonal and statutory I. November
powers a .
at Crawfordvllle.*** Florida ADAMS, Secretary of State of the :
schools indicated! Crawford- II Defendants. Stale of Florida do to the purposes of this amendment from Interstate 89 and Inter I BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
hereby give .
I m second clait matter. Subixrlp vllle High Britton Mullinick, FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE noUce that a heretofore or hereafter conferred stale 4 to U.s. 1: arterial thai three fourths; (tO' ) of all mem
20. In Orange County con-
by law upon beri elected to each
Sandra SPECIAL ELECTIONwill thrrlrlda: of the
Dolen, Barbara Atwood. I nectori and urban Improvements, a
NOTICE TO APPEAR be Ib) Th.JtQecdthrough Legislature does determine
held In
lion each Count In that
I rsU i. $3QO_ per year Sopchoppy High- Freddie Mel- Florida on the flrit Tuesday )after development commission or any total of approximately. but not more emergency requiring an early de an.

lichamp Sarah The State of Florida Toi the flrit Monday in November ucceisor agency thereto shall have 1 than leven million two hundred fifty clilon by the electors of the State
Housley Carol
the power to Issue bond or e.rtl.! thouundi dollar (I72JOOOO) for does exist with
which date reference
li November 2. 1963: for to
Gardner. General Supervisor Joe M. Milam and Juanita the ratification or rejection, of the flcates. Including refunding bond:I right of way and construction: amendment to Section 13 of Article this

Mr. L. A. Holmes. Buckhorn Milam, his wife, County Line laid Joint Reiolutloni proposing or certificates to fund or refund I 27 In Hllliborough County arterial IX of the Constitution
bonds certificates theretofore connector and urban Improvement
: amendments to the Constitution of any or SECTION 13 Motor vehicles
I Betty L. Ponder. Road, Thomasville, Georgia. the State of Florida. viz: Issued iiibject to approval of the !. a total of approximately ject to single property tax. sub
il/AMS Shadevtlle board and the bond review boardas I but not more than leven million -Motor
HENRY / / RtMLTY. High Lucinda Webster You are hereby notified that a I vehicles, as property, sru.ll be sub
NO. 1 provided In Section 213 :M FloridaStatutes I two hundred fifty thousand dollars ject to
: Rebecca Hadley, Marie! suit to foreclose a mortgage has SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. as to legal and flicilufflciency I ((17290000)) for right of way and tion which only shall one (1)be form of taxa

REC.: REAL ESTATE BROKERST. V. Hawkins. been brought against you by 261 for the purpose of obtaining construction; for the operation of a auch lIcense lax
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing funds for use by the state 28 In Pine lias County, extension motor
Voting for the vehlclei
MARKS FLA. motion which
Mr.. license tax
Fitzgerald a widow in shall be
an I
amendment to Subiectloni (1) road department (hereinafter called of Interstate 4 from Central Avenue In
Phone 741 Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Strick- the Circuit Court of Wakulla and (2) of Section 1 of Article V the department) to construct or reconstruct to U.S. 19: :, such amount the and levied for such

orPANACEA land and Mr. Roddenberry. County Florida and are of the Florida Conitltutlon relativeto portion of the primary, 29 In Plnella I County, SR (03I66lh law purpose, provide as and legislature ihall may, hy
you In
I lieu
Moved Mr. district court of appeal; prescribing road 'ystem of the state Into four Street), US 19 to S R 694; i of all ad valorem
BRIDGE by Strickland, hereby required to file your the number of appellate or more lane highway. and for the! 30. In St Lode County S.H. If I( i I against motor taxes alienable

Phone YU 4-2102 seconded by Mr. Posey that written defenses, if any, with districts within the state. the number purchase of right es.wl:: thereforprovided from Interstate 63 to Ft Pierce; I property. vehicles .. personal

the board employ Mr. Elisha the Clerk of the Circuit Court of judgei to serve In each dlstrlct that the bonds I 31 In Broward County, S.R. 114 "Motor vehicles
and the I n that term Is
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES composition of the or certificates issued hereundershall from US 441 to SR. Bit;
(Son) Clover as a school bus of said county and to serve a court; declaring an emergency under i be used to pay fifty per centum I 32 In Broward County S R. AlA .I: homes used ,herein also Includes meblle

Associate driver. of Section 3 of Article X VII of the ((50'.1( ) of the coats of the right of I from Ft Lauderdale to S.R. 81' I trailer coaches, house trailers .
same on Porter ,
copy :; camper.Iype mobile boo .
-.L. : Slate Constitution for for luch
W. M. Hatcher. Sr. Voting for the motion Mr. .I ; providing a way any road In Pompano: I mounted and transported
v-rawioruviue, rionaa, attorney special electionWHEREAS The 33. In Broward S R.
net Interest County AlA
Phone WA 63O1If Paulk Mr. Posey Mr. Strick the Legislature the average con on upon the body of a self-propelled
for the plaintiff, on or before : 't any Issue of such bonds or certifl from Hollywood Boulevard. to US vehicle or type of
land State of Florida hai determined that any trailer or
and Mr. Roddenberry.Moved the 11th cate. shall not exceed four and one
day of October, an emergency requiring an early 1 In Danla: vehicle body without Independent
by Mr. Paulk, seconded A.D. 1965. Herein fail not or decision by the elector of the State Such half per bonds centum (4\certificates,''' ) per annum 34. In Dade County, S R. 826 (Palmetto motive power drawn by or carried

by Mr. that doe. exist, NOW THEREFORE, or thai Expressway), from proposedSouth upon a self-propelled vehicle designed .
Posey the a decree pro confesso will be Be It Resolved by the Legislature mature at luch time or times ai .Dade Expressway to U.S. 27 for and used either as am..n.

board adopt the following re- entered agsinstyou.WITNESS I I of the State of Florida:: the board shall determine not exceedlng add two ((2)) tunes: of transporting persona or

solution.Be That the following propoied In any event; however. 35. In Dade county proposed property over the public street
You the
Need. Honorable W. amendment of twenty yean from January 1. 1966 South Dade Expressway from U.S. and highways of this
It Resolved the Wakulla Subsections ((1)) and The board state or for
by May Walker one of the ihall have power to determlne 1 near Caribbean Boulevard to State :
judges (tai) of Section S of Article V of the furnishing housing accommodations,
OfficeSuppliesHusinefts County Board of Public Instruction of said court and the seal thereof Conitltutlon of Florida I. agreed all other detail of suchbonds Road 826 Palmetto Expresiway near or both; provided. 'however, any
to and shall be or certificate and to tell Miller Road (SW :S6th Street) Included vehicle
: herein
that the notice of sale submitted to th such bonds shall be sub-
Machifltq at Crawfordvllle, Wakulla electors of the State for approve or certificates at pUblic 36 'Such other primary roads the feet to a license tax as an
Office Furniture of $BOO, 000 certificates of in- County, Florida, this 3rd day or rejection at a special callec sale thereof. after public advertisement need for which shall be determined motor vehicle regardless op..rabl. of
debtednessof the Board election None of laid bonds or cer by the department to be .. great .Is actual
of Pub- September A.D. 1965. as provided by Section 3 ol tiflcatu shall be sold I use unless the Included
See or Call lic Instruction Wakulla Article XVII of the Florida Constl the at lem than as those listed, vehicle Is permanenUy affixed to
County value thereof nCfe'Jdjt':
(SEAL) Sutton: par plui accrued I i that no such shall :he Sand In which case It ihall be

RANEY WHALEYat dated September 1, 1965, III Moody Pearce Section S. District Court of Appeal certificates interest ihall. and be awarded said bonds at pub-or I .be undertaken until the department axable is real property.
heretofore (lit) Appellate District The has undcr contract all legmenti of
for sale
Clerk Circuit Court Wakulla state ahall be to the bidder offer Iho projects herelnabove lilted WHEREOF,
divided Into four (Iii a.itema
30 1965 Ing the lowest net Interest I have hereunto let hand
on August my
is coil
hereby County, FloridaA. or more appellate district of con for .uch bond. 1 through 39 nor shall such I and affixed the Great
or certlflcitei In the Seal
tlguoui countlci .. inhaled project be undertaken until
changed to 14 the LeI.laturen1
CAPITAL manner to be of the State of
OFFICEEQUIPMENT determined Florida
by the
L. PorterCrawfordville at
1965 from time to time prescribe, the department baa determined that !
and said certificates board.
are : Tallahassee the Capital, thisthe '
CO. there ahall be there are or will be sufficient fund
authorized for sale on September Florida district court of appeal organized In each a The board with the consent of the for the completion of all the listed 20 day of August. A.D.,

319 South Adams St 14 1965. Attorney for Plaintiff district department shall have the power project The lilting of laid projects 1963
Corner E. P.n..eITALLAHASSEE. S. E. 4t-9/9, 16,23,30.rfi.tbDi. tat' ORGANIZATION: NUMBER principal pledge and for Interest the payment of the I through 35 shall not be construedas (Seal) TOM ADAMS. .

t'LORIDALF.ON Roddenberry, AND SELECTION OF JUDGES. or certificates and on laid bonds a priority schedule, but the order Secretary of State
Chairman There shall Initially be three ((3)1ud ) including reserves therefor Ir which laid roads are 10 be constructed
refunding bonds
cl In each dlitrlrt "DurO nr ..>. or cer shall be in the dlicretlon
Attest I.flea
W. E. Whalev. lea all or any part of the
peal and th..iil..l* i"---ii.y-; to be of the department Where title to
Superlntende'n'tVoting vide for additional judges for any roads moneyi bond fund placed In the state any right of way for said road

I for the motions district court of appeal and may re. this provided for In I Is acquired after April 13. 196S
Mr. amendment and
/*; : duce the number of district to enter: Intoany I and such right of .
I Paulk Mr. I any to other convenants or : way was purchased [Iafik'er1The
EPTIC TANK Posey, Mr. Strick- not less than three ((3). Three ((3)) the holder of such agreementswith bonds with secondary gas tax

1 SERVICE: land and Mr. Roddenbeny. ? judge shall constitute a panel for certificates I concerning the security or funds, fifty per cent ((5O'f ) of the

Movedby Mr. Strickland and shall consider each case, and thereof, and the right: of the hold coiti of said right of way shall be
i seconded X&IM THE KNOW ] the concurrence of a majority$ of the en thereof all of which reimbursed from the proceed of
Clean ot by Mr. Paulk, that the ,, panel hill be necessary to a and agreement ihall constitute covenant le the bonds Issued hereunder Where

board adjourn.Voting derision. The court shall hold at gaily binding and any contract has been entered Into
Repair for the motion Mr. By) Jean Kmkead, Women Consultant, least one ((1) session every year in tracts with inch holder and ihall con after April 13, 1969: and secondary Doll Society
I each judicial circuit within the dla. be fully enforceable gai tax funds are to be used for the
New Installation Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Strick Th. Travelers Insurance Companies trieS wherein there li ready business en In any court of competent by such Juris hold. construction of any of laid projectsone Unlike most of their mothers

The Best For land and Mr. to transact After a change In the diction hundred per cent (I loo/ ) of luch' little ,
Roddenberry.S. girls don't
fall need
Indoors television
Check List territorial limit* of, No luch bonds expenditure ihall be reimburse
E. Roddenberry, district all e' Irten'; ; pending be Issued by the or board certificate having ihall from the proceed of the honda I. to create the world of soap opera.

Telephone Chairman Now that summer's over and within the jurisdiction of each dla. nual maturity requirements In an in sued hereunder Their tool is the doll and with
trie of
court appeal shall be trana mount The holders of the bonds or cer it little
William E. living is coming indoors erred exceeding .v.nty-flv. per firls create a
to the tificates
Tallahassee Whaley, again court then having Issued hereunder ihall not
877.1773 centum (75' ; ) of the amount which that is
Superintendent women in the know are making jurisdiction except causes which It determine be have any responsibility whatsoever as complex as the one
after 6:00: their homes have been orally argued can serviced by the for the application their parents live
pm. really livable for fall Pledged Revenue accruing for such or use of any of In.

I and winter. N.). 2 use under the provisions of this of the proceed derived from the aol I In its research with young.
: HOUSE JOINT mendmcnt. based the such bonds or certificates; and sters Ideal
The best way RESOLUTION upon average the rignta and Toy Corporation has

to start is to A JOINT NO. 1649 annual Revenue. amount collected: of said I Pledged I era of such bondi remedies or of the found that this doll society is
Dees RESOLUTION during the
Barber ( proposing twenty
Shop make a safety four (241) and their right to payment peopled with characterswho
;G an amendment section T of Article month Immediately pr.. many
) check list for V of the state Conitltutlon by adding ceding the date of the bond. or provided laid pledged herein revenue In the hOld.// lead active lives, have definite

SHOWS STARTED each of your aubiectioni the legislature((2A) and to provide((281) authoring an adty !/-. Pledged certificates Revenue or the collected amount of during laid I or Impaired by shall the not. be.. I.,1 rules of social conduct. fash

FOUR POINTS Water ski shows rooms.. dJUnnal-- "oun'v-- i.t.--.. 1ft .' __v.._ the twelve ((121. mnnih._um_ .lmrr.H.inpreceding .......-.,-..., use... of aunt. proceed. .. nleasur@- -- .5olderjuitasordinaryhumoii'o ivan ->-_
were start l'Z In the bed .v uonra snail use ;
the In
ed ; declaring an emergency and the date of said bonds moneyi do
BOYS HAIR CUTS In August 1942 at Florida's room, can you providing for a special election or certificate. whichever U the the itate roads bond fund In each "Girls use the world of dolls'
$1.00 Cypress Gardens by Mrs. Dick reach a light switch without get, Be It Resolved by the Legislature Ie..'pt hown In a certificate I fiscal year enry.tor 'tha' followingoTrpPrTortty'n as a means of
filed Pope Sr. The show put on by ting out of bed Do adhereto of the State of Florida: by the itate comptroller with following order
you That the board contact with the adult world
OPEN TIL six the following amendment to prior to the Issuance of and
teenagers including the the rule of no smoking in bed? lection 7 of such bond (ti For the payment of the
8:00: P. i Article V of the Stale or certificate No bonds prin expanding play situations for
M. FRIDAYS Popp's two children was wit. Are your closet shelves organized 1 I I constitution adding subsections ((2A) hall be Issued hereunder In an clpal) of and Inteiest on my bond. their fertile imaginations indicates

nessed by six soldiers from so that things won't topple down and (12$) as let forth below la amount exceeding three hundred fisca" "* maturing In such Dr.
nearby agreed to and shall be submitted to million dollars (JOO.000.0001.). ) year. Myron Helfgott, a
army if except
The reach
camps. fol for
you an ((2))) For the
the qualified by .pecillc deposit Into noted maiket research
elector of the two any re
atate thirds psycholo
CIUDY tHITFIELDHlROLD lowing Sunday, a convoy of 800 In the kitchen, do you light the for ratification or rejection on November of both houses r"ot.\h\ 1 legislature. serve fundi provided for In the gist.

soldiers arrived to see the sec match before turning on the gas? 2, 1969 ai provided In lection No election or approval of qualified proceedings authorizing the Issuance Experts call this
BU.E.S-GR4DY: MtfhTRS ond water ski I show. There Are dangerous cleaning substances 3 of Article XVII of the itate electori or freehold electori shall be of laid bonds or certificate of any phenomenon
have constitution required for the amount required to be the doll complex and cite
been four : Issuance of bond deposited exam
dally shows out of children's reach? Have Section 1. or certif'cates! in ouch reserve funds In plea of
OLE COOK, Owner I since 1946. County judge court hereunder ... luchflicilauLh' its evolution. To begin
you discarded all broken or ((2A) County Judges Lake county. Any proceedings to validate bond. y. with, a youngster will
ft start with
OI\E S&IGRrE"4' Sr.tPSCLARE'S chipped glasses or certificates to payments
or dishes? Are be Issued hereunder f"V" required In
The legislature may provide, with. shall be Just one female doll. Soon she has
knives brought In
-_ rack sharp secured In a knife out referendum thereon for one (1)I cult court In and for Leon County clr- povd'eTtyien"o.ntdh, ((2rrv.f a boy friend to date her, a friend

.QPPOR TUNIT( or similar protective device? additional Judge In Lake county puriuant to Chapter 73 Florida any deficiencies for n to confide in and
a family to
For a future In the bathroom, are all l your (2B fhls amendment shall become I Statutes: except that any notice, quircd payment. ln prior ". which she
: reacts.
Midwest a well known medicines labeled and out of the i eff.ctive.only upon Ita, ap- rule nl.l or other order relating to yean, have been provided for, my

Manufacturing Firm. reach of children? Is the bathtub proval by a majority at the electorsof tho Issuance. validation or sale of moneys remaining In luch itate The story becomes more com
we are now offering exclusive with the state particlpnting In' the the bonds or certificates need be roads bond fund shaU be trani plicated. The dolls I go to parties,
equipped a nonskid mat and I special election held November I. published only In Leon milted monthly by the board movies
distributorships County fur and
a patented handhold? Will the door unlock I' 1S6S and a concurrent approvalof After the Initial Issuance I of depo.it in the state treasury In sporting events and

product. No competition. from both sides in case a young. a rrfajorlty of the elector of Lako Bonds or certificates puriuant any to the state road trust fund Hong with this means a variety of clothes

& SHOP factory trained personnel will ster gets locked In? -'lection county participating In the tameltFurther Ihli amendment the board may atate the other unrestricted funds In the for each occasion. Fashion accessories .

assist you in setting up a tried In the basement, clean out all Be Resolved that three Issue which additional will rank honda or certificates provided ro.ds'l1Ion.In Section.).339 account ? are introduced, followed

I and proven advertising and mer- paint or oily rags that might bea ourlhi' ((3d> of all member elected parity, as to lien equally on and and source on of a Slatuttl, for sue by the 081.deportment Florida by a car, an actual playing Juke
to each house of the leglilature) doe. a. provided box and a telephone.
ehandlilng program. 10091 fire hazard. Check the cellar security for laid by I.w.
EARLY: AMERICAN mark up. Investment stairs Are they well lighted and determine that an emergency requiring pledged revenue. Yhnt.nrb'nd:: or Proceedi of laid bonds or certl- But all is not fun and games
guaran- an early decision by the ""'.. which
certificate have
.FRENCH theretofore been in
I teed. free of clutter? lnued our tranimiued Lilliputian world. The
Minimum investment gasolines and 'electori of the itate doei exist suant to this amendment to the department, and plot

$1,000. Maximum $14,000 other volatile liquids properly with reference to this amendment to No bonds. certificates. or other deposit in any Unkingfund money or other on thickens and problems arise. For

FURNITURE AU replies confidential stored? Are washing machines, lection 7 of Article V of the atate obligation whatsoever shall at any funds created of example*, the dolls start thinking
Fo Conitltutlon
time< be Issued under the or certificate. pending their, about their educations
information dryeis, power tools properly provision actual and a job,
write' Director a NO: 3 ol thli amendment, except such use may be Invested In direct choose
Phone 385.1222 Marketing, P. O. Box 14049, grounded? Do you have the correct HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. bond or certificates Initially Issued of the United States ob1I..lIon. of and among rival boy friends,

1901 N. Monroe St. St. Louis, Missouri 63178. size fuses for the fuse box? 586 hereunder. or such additional parity America or In the eventually settle down to the

UNITED MARKETING Make a check list for every A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing bonds or certificates as provided sftuS.1 to In SecUon "WTSSSSId idea of raising a family. ,

TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA COMPANY room of your house. and you'll an amendment to section 8 ot Article In this amendment There i is an insistence at this
6286 Bartmer Avenue V of the State Constitution (e) Proceeds of bonds ) ) The board shall
find house to provide any or certilflcitei point that dolls
St. Louis Mo. 63130. your "safeproof"from that In Palm Beach county the Issued pursuant to thl.amendm.nt. power to make' and enforce .Urulel, appear and act
J t top to bottom. ? I ITallahaMee clerk of the circuit after deducting there- I Her JT.* "."....nr to the I more grownup.A classic exampleof
court shall .l1"
l4te-8/lS.ll/U./ also
..._ _____ .0- .. _._ _nI ..._ ._.. u.___ Ou.L this situation
be the clerk: of the crlmin.l. om.rt I Hum un cosn 01 me Doara lor the u u .wn. O" ln is the story of
-- of record; determining that-- anemergency Issuance validation and lale thereof .d and no lel/l.l.tlon' bY the Tammy doll. Conceived
Business Firm qulr.d as a
10 render thli "Jment"
eoiata.Be any premium and accrued In """
It Resolved by the Legislature terest thereon, and the deposit Into lull force and operating effect Pff-teenager, Tammy has considerably -
of the Stat. of Florida any reserve or linking funds provided January 5 5966, matured lately. She

That the following amendment to for In the proceedings au thla TIne legialature I during the period l looks and acts older; her dress is

section II of Article V of the state thorizing the issuance of laid bonds amendment I. In effect .hall more glamorous and she has
DIRECTORY constitution, li hall be transmitted to nol reduce the rate of a
agreed to: that three the department said first more
fourtha I tOol of all member elected for the purpose of construc gas tao' ae now provIded varied way of life from
to the house of representatives and ting or reconstructing those portion I.? SOB, Florida Statute., : "mT l learning how to use cosmetics to

,to the senate determine that an of the following roads which are not sate. "empt or remove any peron coping with romantic Involve-
PatorniM emergency requiring already fourlaned ( for firma or '
The*. Advertlaer an early decision except Item ment.
by the electors of the itatetxliti 34 and a portion of Item 12 where hereafter isuuKSrS
and that laid amendment be two lance will be added to existing the levy and Children have pushed doll

jubmltted to the electors of Florida four lanes). Into four or more lane .1 now provided In Chapter Sot a uch II Tammy into this state of

I for ratification or rejection at a highways, and to pay fifty tao percent Florida St.tut.. and .h.U enact "ear adulthood as an expression
ipeclal election to be held on November of the right of way coat thereof any law -paring or materially al o f their desire
ERM 2. 1985. and that publication : tering the rights of the holders own to get cloler

Little Folks Store of notice of election be given: 1. S R U from Ft. Walton Beach .Sfu.bnTdto or certlllcatea iaaued of this stage; of life. It is a new
Inc. O. I. GRAMLING Section 8. Criminal court of .to Creitvlew; thia amendment Or 1m. world offering them all sorts of
record. or
ID 2. US 231 from altering any covenant or exCiting IXperlences l to conjure
FEEDS "The ((1011 The Panama City r..m.nta 01
Capital's clerk of the circuit court the board made .
k) Majors for Minors"Ckddrra'e & CO. I In and for Palm Beach county ihalltl 10 through Alabama Cottondale line, and Campbellton under or having the .!Il1ec:1: JI& boi'with. Sfrt'tl''II, way of identifying

Fltf'I '''''', Tvyt, be and serve aa the clerk of drawing the pledged revenue parents and a training
the Film Beach 3. US: 90 extension Eait and I the from ground for
Cow... Hobbift county criminal operation 01 thIa amenthutent. the future-a future
Flint Baby Oae-Stop Service for court of record weal of Creitvlew.: a total of approximately tel Ns officer or employee a las where most little .
River Mill Mwn.. III miles: state of ttts: girls be.come'

Mil 8. Monroe 133 N. Monroe_. St. Ph. 2221144BakerAlford Feed Seed FertilizerPoultl'1 NO. 4 4. U S. 90 from US 331 to De- thereof or.hall any have political aubdlvlai66 big girls and spend their
jh. any direct
,2J.0274 -- SUBSTITUTE: FOR Finish fln.n. ftersoons
i:' -- : Spring: .1. interest In tuning into the net-
Supplies SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION 3. U. S. W from US 231 to Capital 10 this any contract let purau.nt works for the
amendment story Involvement.
NO. S4S Circle Wont of Tallaliauee, thI. However
Garden Tools (except prohiblUon abaU They will
A JOINT root
RESOLUTION propoalng In Marianne. ChatUhoochee and municipal officers apply 10 remember that
an amendment to Article IX of the ..d employees. t hey
SJLIJRJt.CroMinf Qulncyl Violation ol thI. a time did not
Sow Alans at Conatltution of Florida by adding G US to from Monroe Street In punIshable aa section .h.U be "eed this tiN: of video
provided assistance
Co. a section I to be numbered by the I Tallahassee to East, approximately misdemeanor bJ" law a. a .,until they
lecretary of Hate authorising the '.1 mUll: (If) Upon catch sight of their
Phone verified
223-0173 daurhters
"Tk PG"" HIad' Uauance of bond not to exceed 7. U S. 110 from Madlion lo Sit I; the board 01 administration etrtlllcalion by at play.YcetinrIn .
S300000000. without leftalatlve anprovaU t. US. 27 from Georgia line to IIIe "Ice of the flied In
Anything for your auto, trunk for 55.. construction and Perry.. U 8. 27.A from Perry to that aU bonds aecrotary of .l8te

LV' Weigh-I .,.4 Ii""lo,. "tractor. Also for your pow' four reconitruction of primary roads Into Wtlltaton. U. S 27 from Wllllaton to Ihia am.ndm.nt ia.ued have pursuant 10
or more lane been
highway and to Miami
I lawnmow.r : he Paid
.eree. ptotkt'l" 'I bolito ,. and much for your pay fifty per cent (50'4) of the right I. U S. 19 from Georgia line to 81 thor amendment effect and.h.U be 01 no fur.
of 'haU be
way com thereof; pledging cer Potarsbur from deletes
Hanson Wood and 108 N. tain lax fund .: future PUbUcaU,,", of
Adams St Pla..I2SUSOP : providing powers 10 US 301 from Georgia line to the conatiliotion. -
and duties of the itate board of Dade
hoe) Ind Inc.
Capital Stone Co. !I a administration the Florida develop 11. 1R 24 from Gainesville to NO I
S. Adami St at 4-Poiau meet eommiulon. and the state road Waldo; SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION

Since\ 1908 I department and requiring a ipecial 12 US IT from Yule to East 151 NO
TeL 222-68X0 P. O. Box Port Roads, from San Juan Avenue A JOINT
Be It Resolved by the Legislature to Naval Air Station add RESOLUTION
MARBLE two (II an propoeln
w GRANITE amendment
of the State of Florida: 'anei; frxn Naval Air Station to tlcl. 10 Section 13 of An
BRONZE Thai Article IX of the Constitution S. R. 301' South of Palatka; to IX of Uw Slate CorIaUlUUon.
of Florida be amended by adding I 13. S.I. M from Brooksvtlle to vehicles"provide; that the term "moho
MEMORIALS the section let forth below to be U S. I South of Tltuivllle.: trailer tnclude motel. home.: ,
.. I Ir Ir C-Urr Wit'biAU numbered by the secretary of state HSR. ass from Cocoa Beach ap 'oachn. house Oradero
'Veagir Typo. and that laid amendment be submitted proximately 11.7 miles Northwest; .amper and type,, mobile homee mounted

5M W. Gaines SU-TeL tSS0711Walter to the electors of Florida forrableallon 13 U.S. M from U.S. II to Bartow body insnap of wholly upon ins
or rejection at a ipeclal It S R. eo from a aeif.prope .
Clearwater to Vehicle.
Inc. T soy type 01 eq
Buciwa. Mgr election to be held under authority Vtro Beach: withoUt trailer ar whlcle body

:: of Section 3 of Article XVII of the 17 U.S 41 from Tampa to Naplei. drawn Independent motive P wer
Constitution of Florida on November IS: V S: 441 and SR. to from by .r carried upon a MIf. "Maybe

olraM.Pd Btttl4 2. 1915 Thai three-fourth H4> of South Bay to Wilt Palm Beach uaed propeued eIther Vehicle, dw.lrned for .nd they'll drop mea
the membership of the legislature U a. 441 Iron ass SO to Miami as a means 01 Iran.
:B. Mama >t-TeL U3-44K doei determine that an 19 U.8. 1 from lu junction with )public porun5 per5oq. or PI'opert Over Ihe; card en their tIiP"Meiaw8Ineweti.i.

: exist requiring an the proposed South Dade Eapree- IhIa atreeta and highway.
r by the electors oT this ... way near Caribbean Boulevard state .r for ",", labia, boa ol Y- .
I h) That beiuuunf em.renC'I' southeaiterly to Stale Road VA ac.ommodatlolla. ar both; Prnl IdIn. p1.5015. 5 .ap4f.4 Ihas'ole
18M and for twenty ,. north of Homestead add two (II .L7.nyliceose. tax; declarlll( lit Vete.whe.eew.2pC.d.
otter, one and one-ha ) 'inel.:
or Ihree-eta-hta (*.) ol the 20 VS. I from South of Home State WHEREAS ol he Legislature of the h .......... row leeds

- [.itead to Key Weal Including that aa entergoney Florida hao determined

requiring as
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SESSIONS ing marki rom each of the 12
SHORT SWEET A&UUoAcomm ww 3.
AID Federal Reserve Bank were re An average of 3,000 water
leased. Many collectors realised skiing applications arc mailed THURSDAY, 8CPTCHBCR 9, aili
for the first time that some each year Into the personnel
0 0t varieties of the 'ever present' office of Florida Cypress The world's record Giant
i ) r% e, 1o Silver Certificates. might soon be Gardens Sea Bass weighing 680 pounds
] scarce Half forgotten facts con was caught May 20, 1961 oft .I
cerning the addition of the mottoto Fernandina Beach, Fla.. by '
i y various notes suddenly be- Lynn Joyncr I
came very Important and the II
kl I
hunt was on.
o sE Increasing popularity of paper NOTICE ;
o s One of America's favoritehot money collecting necessitated a I
weather treats -o new book on the subject "A
have may never 4. o Quid Book of Modern United SPECIALS FRI, SAT, MON. AND TOES.
been invented if it were .
t pLa:30I1 States Currency, written by
not for a shortage of dishes.. Shafer and published by
0v On a sizzling summer day at r Whitman.
r PQON the St Louis World's Fair in Thin volume describes In detail MAXWELL HOUSE
< 1904 an ice-cream vendor faceda the six buMc types of U. S. 79CCOFFEE
currency: 1111 I I v e r certificates
crisis when he ran out of
\ gold <'certificates Federal Reserve .
I serving dishes. A Syrian concessionaire Dank notes, national currency,
p\ who sold crisp (', S, notes, and Federal Reserve '
Q Oq0 sugar wafers quickly came to i By Mary Whitman noted Two of these silver and
the rescue. He shaped his Many coin collectors who wantto sold certificates -. are virtuallyout lB.cAH
expand their numismatic borl- of circulation.In
penny confections into cones sons have started collecting paper money collecting, a
to hold the ice cream. The por- paper money. premium is placed on condition,
table combination was an instant While this branch of the hobby because currency In perishableThe T-BONE STEAK, lb. 69c _
f success and it was not lags behind coins In popularity, bills must be crisp and new
It does constitute a rapidly growing Any manmade blemishes will
long before millions were en- area of numismatics, says nullify their value. Fresh Grade FRYERS, lb. 29c.
joying the crunchy delight. .. Nell Shafer, one of the nation'stop Edges and surfaces of cur
Today Americans put away authorities on U. S. currency. rency must be shielded from
four billion servings of ice "The strong interest in collect. fin I R e r p r I nts or atmospheric NABISCO Vanilla Wafers 120Z 33c
cream tones each Ing U. S. currency la a fairly recent changes. For this reason, a collection
year, more phenomenon." lays Shafer, should be protected by
than half being consumed dur- who U associate editor in the I acetate envelopes or a similar GRITS 2
Jim Dandy l Ib. for 19c'RA
ing the summer months. Coin Division at Whitman Publishing Inert substance, polnti i out ,
However ice cream in all its Company, Racine, WIi., Shafer. .

forms weather is delight not merely. Eskimoslike a hot world's publisher.leading I numismatic VE TOILED TISSUE 8 ROLLS 59*
"The biggest push came
it so much that large sup- November of 1963, when Federal

plies spots are as Nome.flou-n Teller to such and frigid Lost ''I' Reserve.Jl .notes with Identify Lindy Cream Style CORN,, 2 for 29c.

OPEN HEARINGS River /n Japan ice cream
HERE is served u-ith all the delicacyof SWEET POTATOES 2 Its. 25c
It is! the usual practice for Congressional commiltees R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME ,

to hold open hearings on major legislative a home-cooked meal Restaurants Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director ,
proposals.That serve fried ice cream thatis BANANAS,. 2 Ibs. 25c .
made by dipping frozen Phone 697.3366
procedure, however, is! not followed in the scoops in batter and frying "

House of Representatives during jhe consideration them in deep fat. CARRABELLE, FLA. SHOP HERE FOR YOUR
of appropriations measures which obviously are of Ice-cream has been enjoyed "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"I -,

extreme importance to all taxpayers.! Certainly there since Roman times One obsessive SCHOOL SUPPLIES ,

should be an opportunity for the public to voice it* his slaves eater, Emperor busy running Nero kept for I SERVING WAKULLA COUNTY .

opinions about the proposed expenditure of sums snow for confections from I FREE NAME PLATE WITH PURCHASE OF
approaching the 100 billion dollars
annually. Rome to nearest white-capped NOTE BOOK BINDER
You can, of course, submit views in
your writing mountains. .One day a royal '
but that is far from being as effective as testimony shipment of snow arrived in STEVE REVELL I

given at an open hearing that is! well-covered by the a state of slush on a blistering BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS
press.It summer day and the angry ;A FULL TIME AND COMPLETE HEAL ESTATE SERVICE

is! to be hoped, therefore, that serious attention emperor reputedly executedthe FILLER PAPER SIDE AND TOP HOLES
general in charge.
is paid to the recommendation by the National Asso- The first world's fair called 500 SHEETS . 99
ciation of Manufacturers for the holding of open the "Great Exhibition of Industry i .
hearings by the House Appropriations Committeeon of All Nations," u'as TYPE HOME BUILT ON YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE
all appropriations measures. held in London in 1851 It SHOP LOCALLY AMJ _SAVE '
The NAM took sixteen and one half hoursto SERVING VMKULLA COKIY Kto'" TIE COASTAL' AREA
recently presented some other significant
transmit 99-word
recommendations, designed to bring more from Queen Victoria to President YU4-2601 YU4-7433 102-2194 PIGOTT'S STORE

effective control over the appropriation and ex James Buchanan in 1858 MEDART .
penditure of federal funds.! In testifying before the via the first transatlantic cable PANACEA FLORIDALET I .

Joint Committee on Organization of NAM .Lightning moves 30,000
called for times as/ fast as a bullet.. .According WE GIVE PLAID STAMPS

to the United States __ ._ ___ ___._ ._____- I II
1. Elimination of all
Congressional expenditure government an antique is an I I I'b
authorizations that are not channeled through the article made before 1SSO ,
regular appropriations procedure.

2. Packaging of all budget requests! into two I

major bills! one covering national defense, and D
the second, all other federal program requirements. I

3. Establishment of an advisory council on fed 1 I fin
eral credit that would include air s r M ta.- .- s
tives of private programs industry, banking and credit representa-fields. 1 MY+ rB-Er- H.t. h1R"R I C' i '' G E AjT E S'KILLERt3

All of the proposals have merit and, if adopted,
they would certainly have a restraining influenceon r

federal spending.

Rep. Robert Michel (R.-I11.)
reported to the House that he i S
+ a
I understood the Labor Depart- l
ment is planning to spend
1141,864 of the Manpower De-

In Praise of ThriftA velopment ministration's and funds Training to train Ad- TAKfPRECAlifl OH Y M AS ES "PROMPTLY-

within its budget 700 men "in the art of diaper
governmental unit that not only stayed
but spent only one-sixth of the money allotted it, has been service" and added: "I leave
singled out for praise by Sen. Allen Ellender (D.-La). with you a thought borrowed WHEN THE WEATHER BUREAU ISSUES
of the
"A situation has come to light which is highly commendable" from the slogan diaper
said the legislator. "In March of last year a Temporary Alaska industry ladies and gentlemen "
Claims Commission was created to settle differences betweenthe it's time for a change

federal government and the state of Alaska involving disputed hURRICANE WARNINGS

"The commission was given $33,000 to carry out its work. Social Security Administrator
On May 5th of this year the chairman of the commission announced Robert M. Ball has warned
that its duty had been fulfilled with an expenditureof persona over 65 not to relin-

only $5,3 4.02." quish any hospital or medical :- ;) '
insurance they now have sine< jel-
the provisions of the Medicare: OF LOW EXPOSED COASTAL AREAS WHEN WARNED
legislation do not go into effect
until July 1 of 1966.The warn TO DO SO. .FLOODED ROADS, FALLEN TREES AND
ing was issued after applications
Social Security offices indi- %- I
cated that many had the false
that Medicare was
impression Don't Be Trapped.
already in being.PROBING .

"About the same time the
Ptter Sellers ,Richard ChamberlalYv President was telling businessto SOURCE FOR OffiCIAL MAP YOU EVACUATION ROUTE(tn," lie places

.tte Mimleux banish its fears," reports naCUATION ADVICE: teat will flood Early):
"+ Peter O'Toole"WHAT'S' Sen. Roman Hruska/ (R.-Neb.)

"JOY IN THE MORNING" "he sent a request to Congressfor
NEW 500 more investigators and HEIGHT OF YOUR STREET ,

PUSSYCAT7"PERRY prosecutors for the five regulatory LnJ' ABOVE SEA LEVEL: r ....
agencies: FPC FTC
FCC SEC and the Food and ,i s r..
HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN Drug Administration. How .
the employment' 600 would 1vM LOCATION OF SAFE SHELTER:
banish the businessmen's fears _
and make the heavy hand of

NOW SHOWING complacent and static regulations ..
Frl C Set
little lighter has never

and .

Bouw Feature Fri. C Sat WORLD" WEMHER BUREAU
A WAY TO CO I" and .

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,. Jimmy Strickland's CountryMusic last week's Issue of The 'I.j1(l 'llIISD"' SEPTEIBEI t, III'
GRAND 'SLAMClean Show, sponsored by the Wakulla County News a story .
Sopchoppy Band Boosters, Fri- was carried which stated that I! SOPCHOPPY NEWS
the Board of County Commissioners
day, September 10th, at 8:00:
BY Louise C. SappA
P. M at the Sopchoppy School. had made Informal request -
these have for a loan to build certain last
boys appeared on family reunion was held
the Grand Old Oprey Show in roads and streets InWakulla weekend st the home of Mr.
Nashville Term. several County which included streets and Mrs. Delbert Roberts. Attending '
l times. in Panacea (A thru I), plus nine the reunion were Mr.

UpSALE w Admission 75* for childrenand other streets however, the request and Mrs. M. L. Roberts and

$1.00 for adults. included only 'nine streetsin family of Hitchcock, Texas;

Panacea. Mr. Billy Roberts of Angleton,

WEATHER FORECASTThe Texas Mi. and Mrs. Delbert
MRS. MATTIE HANCOCK (Bud) Roberts and family, Sop-

Thirty Day Agricultural choppy; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Graveside services for Mrs. Weather Outlook for the monthof Hodge and children, Tallahassee -

Mattie Hancock, 81, Wood- September South Georgia, Mr. and Mrs Randolph
vlllc Highway, who died Wed- Southeast Alabama and North- Roberts and boys, Montgomery,
nesday morning, September 1st, west Florida Issued by the Wea- Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Earl
at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital ther Bureau Advisory Agricul- Roberts and girls, Tallahassee;
r- were held at 3:00 P. M. tural Meteorologist, Georgia Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Smith and

Friday at the West Sopchoppy Coastal Plain Experiment Station daughter, Tina Sopchoppy
Cemetery. She was a native Tlfton, Georgia, Sept- Mr. and Mrs. Delton Colvin,
and lifelong resident of Wakulla ember 2, 1965.Temperaturel. Medart; and Miss June Roberts,
County and a member of the during September Sopchoppy. MM. Delma Roberts

Sopchoppy Methodist Church. are expected to average a- mother of these nine
1965 Chevroletsand Survivors include a son, Au- bove normal over all of the Tri- children was also present.
breyBuddy( ) Hancock; a daughter State Agricultural Area. Daily Others there were Mr. and Mrs.

Mrs. James Bragg, both of mean temperatures should aver- O. S. Moore, sister of Mrs. Roberts
Tallahassee) a sister, Mrs. Ollie age between 74 and 80 degrees. from Lake City; Mr.
Russ of Wakulla County) four Dally maximum temperatures Moore II mother, Mrs. O. S.

grandchildren; and one great- will average between 85 and 90 Moore, Sr. also of Lake City;
grandchild. degreeswith afternoon temper- Mrs. Nellie Raker, aunt of Mrs.
atures reaching 95 degrees or Roberts, who has recently made
Three professional football players boost before a
Used Cars energy higher on 3 to 5 days. Dally her home with her; and Miss
practice Fession with Sego liquid diet food. Above are membersof APPLICATIONS AVAILABLEFOR minimum temperatures are expected Mattie Revell, Sopchoppy.This .

the St. Louis Football Cardinals. Charlie Johnson, left, last STOCKING FISH to average between 65 was the first time since

1960 Ford v-a. $895 year led the National Football League in passing for the second 1 and 70 degrees with tempera- 1948 that Mrs. Roberts had all

Wagon: door: alr-eondltloned, straight year with a total of 3,045 yards In the center is Jerry Panama City October for -, tores falling below 60 degrees nine of her children together at
1963 Corvair $795 power. ateertng, automatic transmliilon. Stovall a standout defensive halfback and at right, Bobby Joe 1965, Is the deadline receiving on 2 or 3 mornings over Inland one time. Everyone really en-
radio, heater fish stocking applica-
Panel delivery: clean truck, .economical light 1963 Chevrolet $1695 Conrad, a leading NFL pass receiver. Cardinals use Sego regularly I tions for fall stocking In North- areas month.toward the end of the Joyed seeing eaqh other again.

VI BelAIr 4 Door, automatic to maintain proper playing weight during the season. i west Florida, reminds Joe Blan- 'Rainfall during the next 30 Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Robert
; tranamlaalon/ radio, heater Big Red players also use it as a pre-game meal for a light, chard regional fishery biologist -
will continue wide- and of Hitchcock Texas
days to family -
1949 Pick-Up .$195 1963 Ford V-8 $1095 extra-protein boost. Favorite flavors of the team? Chocolateand i Came and Fresh Water from vary but and Mr. Roberts of
ly place to place Billy
Chevrolet ". Ton. Bum food, rordor Mdan, air conditioned,
chocolate malt of Commission Panama
ready to work. radio heater straight ahllt course Fish City. should average between 4.00 Angleton Texas, left early
1964 Monza. $1595 I .. Application forms are avail- and 6.00 inches In Southeast Monday morning fortheir home,
Coupe speed tranimlnlon, radio able from the Came and Fish Alabama and most of South- after spending the weekend visiting -
1964 Chevelle $2295 heater Sharp barialn i Commission, P. O. Box 676, west Georgia and between 5.00 friends and relatives allover
Convertible: Super Sport auto1958 Chevrolet. Panama City. They must be
.. $495 and 8.00 inches over Southeast the county
malic, radio,. heater V.1door *ed.n, automatlo completed and returned to the Georgia and Northwest Florida i
transmission radio, heater Commission office by October Rain expected to occur most- i Mrs. Nollie Burge returned

1 1964 Chevelle $2195 1.The ly as afternoon and evening home after visiting relatives In
1963 CHEVY II $1195 I'
Mallbu Sport Coupe, power t fall stocking bluegill showers on 9 to 12 days duringthe South Carolina.
Wagon: Automatic tranlmlulOll steering automatic transmission will begin around September
and healer. month with one or two
radio heater per-
15 and will continue until all iods of extended rainfall. Happy birthday to J. L. Ro-
1953 Pick-Up $250. I applications received before the berts, Marian Rudd, and Jessie
1959 Triumph $695 International rater rune real deadline are filled. Sunshine during September is Vanlandingham.
food. Fine for .lahln,. expected to average about 65
TR3 Convertible Sport Coupe, 'r The minimum size pond for
Realharp tngUih Import l! percent of possible with one or Mr. and Mrs. Huey Parker of
2 Lots to Serve You I which fish are provided is one- two periods of extended cloudi View
Highland were recent: visitors -
1962 Wagon $1295 327 No. Adams \ J '\.. half acre. ness. of Mi. and Mrs. John E.

Ford Country Squire door; air* 1414 South MonroeALFORD -ft' .{ Soil temperatures during the Beasley..
conditioned I automatic, radio,
next days are expected to
heater BOTH LOT OPEN TILL 1:00: P.IL ',r, decline slowly with average Miss Mattie Revell spent last
boa youa CONVENIUlC1I temperatures under bare soil weekend visiting relatives in

mostly In the 70's by the end Dothan, Ala.
of the month.
e Mr. and Mrs. John Beasley visited -

b': In Homerville, Georgia,
Few Rules Help You Get last t'{eekmd.

; Ii
9.t \ The Reymond Hodge familyof
H' Most Out of Food Freezing California spent several days
i t visiting the Hodge families.Mrs. .

f a There more to freezing tightly in foil plastic wrap
CHEVROLET .fi food than keeping It safe for freezer paper or containersand Lela Sutton and daughter -
consumption. seal with freezer tape. The Elizabeth Core of Feman-
1'1I' 1\ 11 tape also makes a handy label dina, Fla. visited Mrs. Norma ,
In modern refrigerator
for marking the contents Rudd over Labor Day. Mrs.
freezer, properly frozen food amount and storage date of Sutton Stayed over for a week
should be as appetizing longer.
CO. flavorful and high In nutritive each parcel.
value when It leaves the I Foods freeze best when the A family gathering at Otta
and shelves of the
freezer as when It was stored walls Lake last Sunday was a very
are free
away. And It will be If a few freezer compartment happy occasion for Mrs. flori-
TOP WINNERS IN SCHLITZ FISHING DERBY Thai simple rules are followed. of frost No-frost models Whaley, who celebrated her

2 Lots To Serve You-327 N. Adams happy anglers show Old Milwaukee Conservation Award To safeguard the original maintain evenly the cold freezer temper section 81st birthday.I There were a-

winning fish with double normal tag values, In Schlltx quality and freshness of food, atures.clear keep, and prevent food bout 150 relatives and friends.Mrs. .

I Florida Fishing Derby. Each fish paid $2,000 to, left to right, freeze It as soon as possible. packages from sticking together Whaley's two sons from

-1414 top, Mrs. Dolores ".Ifl., Laming, Mich., a visitor to Clearwater Special directions, such as Ice will not form South Carolina and a nephew
S. Monroe from Mississippi also attended.Mrs. .
and Dave Bailey, Tampa bollcrmaker; bottom, Owlet blanching vegetables or trim around the packages and

Day Fort Lauderdale post office .mploy.. and Donald C. ming meat and poultry labels will stay easy to read. Loretta Smith and Mrs.

Geiger, Lake Butler ichool supervisor. Nearly 1,400 sportsman should be followed carefullY. Although almost all food Irene A It man of Wabasso, Fla. ,

shared over $52,000 In 1965 Derby bounties for participation The zero-degree temperature will stay safely and tastefully returned home Monday aftera
In statewide conservation research program.YOUR maintained In the freezer frozen for substantial periodsof few days visit with Mr. and
compartments in most of today time it is a good idea to Mrs. Walter Harms.
I refrigerator'freezers is I
know the. recommendedlength
ENROLLMENT HIGH Important for proper freezing of storage for different Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kilbourn
It Is this extreme coldness Items. By using frozen and daughter, Perms, of Pan-
According to latest figures which freezes food rapidly and food during the suggested ama City, spent the weekend
from the U.S. Office of Education keeps Its quality color and period quality and freshnesswill with Mrs. Kilboum's mother,
Florida secondary schools Mrs. Annie Harms and
have flavor Intact. be at their peak. A good family.
20,437 teachers and enrol-
lment of 488937, and the Frozen food must also be I rule la to plan on seasonal Mr. Sim Brooks is convalescing -
state's elementary schools have protected from exposure to air turnover and to use foods at the home of his son,
23457 teachers and enrollmentof which can cause drying out first which have been in the Simbo Brooks, in Tallahassee,
( 654643 and flavor loss Package food freezer longest. after undergoing eye surgery

I Better Storm Doors At Reduced CostsNew Jr.her, left and Tuesday Mrs. Claxton for St. Augus-Vause,

teA The stainless steel storm door tine, taking their three daughters -
Penny market swings wider with new to the school for the blind.
fabricating methods and design This Is a wonderful school andIs
techniques to bring good news doing exceptional work with
P- \ Saved to home owners wanting a better the children.Mr. .
: door at over.the-counter prices
A growing; market of 75000 and Mrs. Clenny Bonner
tons. of metal today stands ajar returned Monday from a tripto
1-------i( Is A for stainless steel This totals Alabama
five million storm doors sold
annually. Producers of the shiny w Mr. and Mrs. Doug Stricklandand
metal can't get all of thla, of two daughters went to Ma-
course, but they can get more con, Ca. Saturday to attend
PennyEarned" than the small percentage of the r a wedding. They also visited
market they have now Silver Springs over the week-
t'' Stainless steel for storm doors end.
b Marled shortly after World War
II. but was on a limited scale and
tommnnded piemlum prices
New aJII.roul'lleR In making CRAWfORD V I l1EPERSONALS
(loot s baIt now reduced the basic
lost To Up tills big market,
I pi winters and fabricators appi Mr. and Mrs. Cliff'Harper and
t one'bed the problem two ways I family, Mrs. Ora Harper of
First, they used stainless steel
Crawfordvllle, and Mrs. Susie
im ii cover over existing aluml-
mini iloois Thin applique or Allan of Tallahassee, spent the
veneer gave 1nl'w dress to weekend at Lookout Mountain
existing metal doors and a new in Chattanooga, Term. They
DIVIDENDS QUARTERLY! look for their sales and marketing storm doors give added protection and beauty In any season also visited other points of interest -

approaih Several fabricators program to reach success The Ing does this automatically amt
Heed the wise old saying of Ben Franklin and start have been selling these steel firm'a engineering develop on a continuous basis making
Htiilnless.aluminum doors for the ment department worked with the unit price less expensive DennaJo Whaley, daughter of
saving today. From the very day you make your first I last five years the storm door manufacturer In Also In the design concept Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Whaley,
The veneer door has a num returned from
.' deposit, your pennies begin earning big dividends. And her of advantages but the mar the most development such developments work. As It was In there section 11th.cut to use site of and one fitte long I Tallahassee Memorial Monday Hospital.Mr. .

; every three months (four times a year) these dividends keting firm felt people the at American the fabricating buying a matter of designing and changing ogether and held by corner'Jffft and Mrs. George Creech,
until the correct solution anI *-
public was ready for an all stain sThTH-'to other types of Hank and Hal, and Mr. and
and )
are compounded paid. Start saving todayl fine complete product metal doors The center mulllon
less steel door If they could get Mn. George Walker spent the
of It down. The public, that section separating the top
the price weekend at Panama City Beach.
their I Investigation shows Is Roll forming Is done by running and bottom glass and screen
conscious the strips of metal through la also made by rollformlnx Fred
more quality now. Mr. and Mrs. Keightley
I a series of rollers which form This mullion strengthens the
Allied National Products
Second and the weekend at
Inc, of Chicago a storm the sections into complicatedfinal door and help to hold It plumb. Greg spent
fabricator form for the door frame The new roll.formed door. In Dog Island.
door and Allegheny
Ludlum Steel Corporation a and then cutting the formed I fact Is stronger and more rigid Mr. and Mn. Donald Tucker
LEWIS STATE : BANK leading basic stainless producer sections Into proper lengths than former press brake door, and two sons left last Friday fora
elmo up with the idea of fabrl Up to this time many com To further reduce the coot three weeks trip to Arixoaa
eating all\ sections of the storm ponents on stainless steel door some fabricators are making tin and California.
door by roll-forming the stainless have been made by the prose door as a "Z" bar type whU h
steel on a continuous basic brake method. Press braking II means that It can be factory Mr. and Mn. Murray McLaughlin -
Flcri a Oldest) This was easier said, than done. more expensive and calla for prehunf. This reduces install and little Bobble Lynn
Because of the complicated handling each piece of materialand tlon costs and permit I the moved to Alumni Village la
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Mporitten\ bending and forming operations. bending it to a preconceived handy home owner to hang the Tallahassee last w..k.
It took a four.year development shape by an operator Roll.form- door himself