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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 67 -NUMBER 28 CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH '10 1966
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THE MAN FOR THE JOBThe ------r--;I HE WAS 90 MONDAY PANTHER BASEBALL TEAM-r-

HELPS IN NURSERY I
I The C.H.S. Panthers opened
Campaign for State Treasurer here in Florida has
their formal this weekin
prompted this newspaper to study carefully the candidates : Henry Charles Rehwlnkel preparation practice for their season

who aspire to this tremendously Influential position. Jr. former Commissioner 22 (
County opener on March at the Pan-

And in that study one fact becomes impressively obvious i State Representative ther diamond. ; 1 FIk

: Only one candidate has enough experience in office tot I and farmer of Wa- The Panthers, winners three
handle the job of safeguarding your money and mine. I grocer consecutive A.V. C. titles and
kulla County, is 90 years old the Croup and Regional Champions -

That man is Broward wllliams today. in 1965, will be hard press-

Broward Williams is State Treasurer Insurance Commis- Rehwlnkel celebrated the ed to replace the five seniors : 4 ( BS'S-

sioner and State Fire Marshal. He has held the job since birthday yesterday with a din who pitching graduated.staff Cone of Billy is the Porter entire -- j4trA
his appointment in January 1965.
ner given by his children and Jerry Core, and Dale Harvey

But that appointment was only a finale to a career In two granddaughters, at the plus outfielders Ralph Ste- I IJ
the State Treasurer's office that has and Porter.
spanned a quarter vens John Coach
home of his daughter Mrs.
,
century. Mathis said, 'You sure miss
Karl E. Holland, 112 West- players like those boys. It just 1im
Broward Williams is more intimately familiar with the ridge Drive. means that some of these \ '

duties responsibilities and background of the State Treas- players will have to r
With a sprightliness belyinghis younger + _
urer's Office than any other living man bear down and come through if J

The State Treasurer stands guard over billions of dol- age, Rehwinkel stays active we are to get the lob done this ; h 4 c. t'p
; during his retirement days "
lars of the State's money(yours and mine). He gives assur- and year. zk
reading gardening help- I
When asked j give a run- -I
ance that none of It is spent without proper safeguards. Ing his wife with their "Rompand down on his tqiud, Mathis sum saw I

He deposits our money In banks that will take care of I Play" Nursery for pre med it up this way:

it, and pay interest for its use. No amateur should be tru- school children on the Craw- Pitching This was a strong
sted with that sort of responsibility. fordville Road. His reading Is point last season and is an un-
primarily concerned with politics known quantity this year. We M
Broward Williams as Fire Marshal creates and polices and current events, his have three good prospects in

the fire safety standards that protect our citizens and main interest. Bobby Porter, David Harvey and
tourists alike. Cook. These could
Dusty boys
Rehwinkel is the am of the
develop into a fine staff.
They
And vitally Important as State Insurance Commissioner late Henry Charles RehwinkelSr
work hard and have been a part
he has the job of checking the books on more than 900 insurance ., formerly a large cotton of a winning tradition. -

companies to assure their financial stability so I farmer and owner of one of Hitting This should be one tr -1 -' r

they can pay off when claims are made. the early cotton gins In this of our stronger features this sea-
area. Rehwlnkel Sr. hauled son. Last season the team hada
Finally of course Broward Williams is a member of the
his cotton here for shippingand .308 average and I feel that 'r-
Cabinet--one of seven men who have a hand in every part of was well known by the we can hit the ball as well this

State Government. Tallahasseeans of that era. year.
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His vote is equal to the Governor's. Assisting In giving the party Defense At the present time .

Certainly bis background and experience are tremend- for Rehwlnkel Sunday were this presents a problem. We

ously valuable assets when decisions must be made. his sons and their wives, Mr. have lettermen back at four of
and Mrs. Roy Rehwinkel of our infield positions, but must
Crawfordville, Mr. and Mrs. work out some tangles that will t
Rehwinkel of TallaHenry occur when an infielder is slat-
WHEATON INVITED TO TWO nOR IDACOMMUNITIES Jennings ed to pitch. Danny Miller will

__ ,_ FAIR MEETING' RECEIVE be back at Catcher, Eric Ma-
ANTIPOVERTY GRANTS + ,s this at 1st, S.ik Wilson at 2nd, r
Tallahassee-County Agricul- and also David Harvey. Dusty

tural Agent Ernest R. Wheaton, Federal grants to develop and Cook at 3rd. Short stop is up
has been invited to participatein continue the War on Poverty in for grabs with Johnny Harper and
the North Florida Fair Spring two Florida communities were Wayne Langston in the race. .e

Evaluation meeting Friday, announced today by the Officeof Donny Sparkman and Butch Taff
March 11.Extension. Economic Opportunity.Frank > will be in the outfield. One ,
At
Yr s
agents and exhibitors K. Sloan, director of I| outfield position is yet to be u
from throughout the 17countyarea the Atlanta Regional Office, filled. We will hope that boys ..._.JiL

represented at the North OEO, said a 6-month program who have held these positionslast LEASED PUMPER
Florida Fair meet annually at development grant of $19,691 year will have too much Forest Service for-the The Wakulla County Commission leased a 1, SOO gallon pumper from the Florida
these evaluation conferences to was awarded to Tri-County Economic pride to lose them because of firemen Crawfordville Volunteer Fire Department The truck keys were given to the
review the Fair and to deter- I Opportunity Council, poor performance. Several 1st Wakul1a Tuesday night In the Florida Power Company LolDlge. From left are Fire Chief Hardy Revell,

mine ways to improve this, the' Inc., in Perry, an agency serv- season boys and squad membersof County Ranger Sam Lolly, and Bernard Wilson.

largest purely agricultural exposition ing Jefferson, Madison, and Rehwinkel Jr. last years' team will be try-
BAND
in the state. Taylor Counties.A ing to unseat the veterans. EASTERN STAR BOOSTERS MEETING REVIVAL TO BEGIN' SUNDAY

The meetingwill be opened at full-year grant cf $25,511will celebrates today The complete roster of the OFFICERS INSTALLED TUESDAY MARCH 22 AT SOPCHOPPY
the Leon County Agricultural finance a food distributionprojectin Baseball Team is:
Center with a welcome by Jack The Crawfordville Band Boosters METHODIST CHURCHThe
Levins, president of the Fair Association Cadsden County, Fla. hassee and two granddaughters Positions Crawfordville Chapter No. 242 met on March 3, 1966, for

and an Introductionby Cad.den Community Action, Mrs Bert Hudson and Dusty Cook, Capt. P-3B-SS held their Installation of 1966 the purpose of electing an Executive Rev. Don Padgett, pastor
Lloyd Rhoden, secretary of Inc. in Quincy will conductthe her husband of Crawfordville, Danny Miller, Capt. C OF officers on March 3 in the new Committee to make decisions of the First Methodist Churchin

the association. program. and Miss Pat Holland of Tallahassee David Wilson 28 OF Masonic Lodge in Crawfordville.Mrs. concerning band business.It Chattahoochee, will be the
Richard N. Brock, director of Financed under the Cadsden Eric Mathis IB Ruby Huff of St. Marks was voted to have a committee visiting evangelist at a revival
the Industrial Division of the grant will be a staff of three Two of Rehwmkel's sisters, Butch Taff OF was installed Worthy Matron in made of the four officers meeting beginning Sunday,

Florida Development Commission professionals and six resident Mrs Lucile Towles and Mrs. Allan Loftin OF IB the beautifully decorated Chapter and five other members of the March 13, and continuing
aides to administer the U. S.
will discuss "Why Spend George H. Mean and her Don Sparkman C-OF room. Highlight of the decorations Band Boosters. The officers are through Friday, March 18. Ser-
of Sur-
Time and Money on Exhibits?" Department Agriculture husband from Wayne Langston SS OF was a lovely styrofoam Mrs. Dot Miller, President; Mrs. vices will be held nightly beginning -
plus Foods Program in the community Quincy, were Frank Rabenau OF Bible in front of Nell Russ Vice President Mrs.
The morning session also will her pedestal, ; at 730P.M. with a
Include comments on "The Feminine present for the occasion. David Harvey P-2B-OF which is her emblem. Dot Nazworth, Secretary; and song service. Morning services
Reaction to Fairs and About 70 per cent of program Other members of the family David Miller C They were presented many Mrs. Bobbie Wright, Treasurer.The will be held Monday Fridayat

Exhibits", by Mrs. Malcolm recipients will be those receive attending the dinner were Barnard Sessions OF lovely gifts from the Chapter, five me mbers elected to 930AM. A reception hon-
Johnson; and remarks by Dr. ing old age, blind, disabled, or Mrs W. E. Rehwinkel, Mark Johnny Harper SS-OF the officers and the Past Matrons serve with the officers are Mrs. oring the evangelist and his
Doak S. Campbell, president Aid For De pendent Children pay- and Michael Hudson of Craw Bobby Porter P-3B-SS and Past Patrons. Katherine Strickland, Mrs. Bet- family will beheld at the closeof

emeritus of FSU, "In Apprecia ments. The remainder wiU be fordville, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Jerry Carruthers OF The installing officers werei ty Jane Wilson, Mrs. Louise the meeting on Sunday evenIng -
lion to Those Who Create and needy people who are not on Green, Larry, Dolores and Duane Gowdy OF Installing Officer, Emma Tucker, Mrs. Thelma Jernigan, in the social hall)

Build Exhibits. welfare tolls. Linda Green of Tallahassee, The season opener March 22 Shields, Past Grand Chaplain; and Mrs. Fran Mathis. This The community Is cordially

The afternoon session will include will The Department the of Agriculture foods and Miss Marilyn Boyette, a with Wewa on the Panthers'dia- Louise Blackburn, Past Matron; committee willserve til the end invited to attend these meetings -
discussion and criticismsof provide surplus student at Florida State Uni mond. Bobby Porter will be the Installing Marshall, Florence of this school year. The Rev. Jesse L. BakerIs
and home demonstration
the 1965 North Florida Fair, a county versity. starting pitcher.The Bellinger, Past Matron; Installing The meetings the Executive pastor of the Sopchoppy Me-
who will work at the
remarks by department heads agent schedule is almost com- Organist, Milner King, Past Committee will be open to all thodist Church.CRAWFOR0VILLE. .
and specia concerning Indi distribution center showing howto plete with a chance that two Grand Organist. paid-up members of the Craw-
the foods VETERANS NEWSSt.
vidual divisions of the Fair; suggestions use properly. more teams will be added if the The officers which were installed fordville Band Boosters and they
and recommendationsfor Some 3,763 low-income persons details can be worked out. : Worthy Matron, Ruby will be able to vote. The President -

the 1966 Fair, which is sche- will participate in the pro Petersburg, Fla M. T. March 2, Wewahitchka Huff;Worthy Patron, Albert Be- will act as chairman at HIGH

duled October 25-29;and an open gram each month. Dixon announces today that Pub- Home, 3:30; March 25, Caaa- vis; Associate Matron, Llewellyn these meetings and there will SCHOOL. NEWS
forum for discussion of the Lt. Col. (USAF Ret.) Sam- lic Law 89-214 which providesfor belle, There, 7:30; March 26, Rabenau; Associate Patron, have to be a quorum of 5 members MetcalfThe
uel A. Thompson will serve as Servicemen's Croup life Insurance of the Executive Commit- BY Wanda
Fair by anyone in attendance. Rickards, There, 2:00; March Frank Rabenau; Secretary, Josie
staff director for the program. of in-service personnelhas 29, Chapman, Here, 3:30; A- Daniel; Treasurer, Lillian North, tee.The Chorus presented an Eastei
been passed and signed by Bristol first meeting of this Executive Concert at the Methodist -
prill, open; April, Condructress, Mary Be vis; Associate Sunday night
the President of the United Here, 1:00;April 4, Carwbelle, Condructress, Jackie Committee will be Church, and also at the
FPC TO VOTE ON States, and that all correspondence Here, 3:30; April 6, Chapman, Vause; Chaplain, Emma Shields; March 22 in the School Science PTA Tuesday night. They are

NEW DIRECTORSTwo MRS LEONA BARBERMrs. concerning this program There, 1:30; Aprils, Sopchoppy Marshall, Julia Ceeslin; Organist Room at 7:30 P.M. planning to present the same
should be addressed as follows: Here, 1:30; April 12, Bristol Lucille Cummins; Adah, program to the school in the
Office of Servicemen's
Leona Barber, 69, died I Croup There, 3:00; Ap-illS, RI- Irene Vause; Ruth, Ceniva Bar- THE COUNTY near future. They have planned
new members of the Monday at 9:55 a.m. at Oak Life Insurance, 212 WashingtonStreet ckards, Here, 4:00Aprt1; 16, wick; Esther, Noma Davis; El- a Spring Concert, but the date
Board of Directors of Florida Power Grove Convalescent Home. She Newark New Jersey open; April 18 Sopchoppy ectra, Willie Mae Brown; War- AGENT'S CORNER has not yet been chosen.

slate Corporation appear on the was a native of Leon County, 7102. There; April 21-22, Sub-Croup der, Lucille Whaley; Sentinel, BYE. R. Wheaton, The Junior Class' Sadie Haw-
of directors to be voted onat and had resided in Leon and Wak- For general Information regarding Tournament; April 25, open; John Daniel. County Agent kins Hoedown is tonight and they
the company's annual stockholders 'I ulla Counties all her life. this new Insurance plan April 28-29, Croup Tournament; Refreshmentswere served following have an evening of fun enter-
medicare
meeting, Thursday, | for in-service personnel, Dixon 2 Wewa There 2:00 Installation The new program tainment planned. This event
Funeral services were ,held in May the to many and be
March 31 1966. that will soon be in effect to
New the I suggests contact will
on you your be different from dances
.
the First Baptist Church of Craw- CST. friends and relatives.Mrs.
I the of this
for benefits
slate are Robert M. King, president fordville Wednesday at 400: Veterans County Service Offi- Anita Townsend is to be eligible held in the past, because of the
and treasurer of Rutland'It cer, any officer of the Veterans health insurance plan a person
theme and the
S.A. Cox- hillbilly
with the Rev. Martha and will be installed at games
p.m.
t. Brothers, retail stores, St. Pet- well and the Rev. Clyde Owen Administration or write to him MINISTERS OF COUNTYTO a later date. must sign up by March 31. The that have been planned. Ad-
ersburg and Clearwater, and A. officiating. Burial followed in at P. O. Box 1437, St. Peters- MEET Mrs. Pat Petty sang "Star of program is for people 65 years mission prices are stag 35*, and
[ P. Perez, vice president, system Arran Cemetery with J.A. Culleyand burg, Fla. the East" and "The Lord's Pray- of age and over and has doctors'provisions drag SOt.Student.

operations, Florida Power Corp- Sons Funeral Home in cha- The ministers Wakulla er", and Mrs Fred Ladd of for hospital care, Council did well on
other
oration. For 20 years, mem- rge of arrangements.Mrs. County will meet at Beulah Newport was her accompanist. and surgeons' fees, plus the car wash and bake sale that
medical and other health -
services
bers of Florida Power Corporation's Barber was a memberof Primitive Baptist Church in were held Wednesday. The
board of directors have the New Hope Primitive Baptist Crawfordville Saturday, March If you have relatives or money that was earned will enable -
all been Florida residents who Church and Is survived bya 12, at 11:00 A. M. The friends 65 and over who have the Council to send the
Florence Head has return pur-
have a direct Interest in the of and Mrs not been Informed of the program four chosen and their
number nieces neph- ; ed home from Tallahassee Memorial pose of the meeting will be to I I of delegates
them
advise
growth and development of the" ews. HospitaLMr. make plans for the Easter sunrise you can sponsor to Cape Kennedy.The .
32-county area served by this Pallbearers were Hansel Vause service tob held at Mashes the sign-up date. This office seat cushions have been.

electric utility. The new slate R.C. TaU, C.F. Vause, Clax- John Ferrell has returned Point, Panacea.: All ministers Sonny Ham nick spent last'' has a number of pamphlets covering lowered to 75* and the decals

tion.continues this all-Florida tradi- ton Va use Clayton Tat(and home from Tallahassee Memorial are being notified of this meet- weekend in Craw fordville visit- the know facts of about medicareif who does are still selling for 50* in the
you anyone
school
Fred Hagan. HospitaL Ing. ing his father, E. G. Hammick. not have this information. store.

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2--WAKULLA COUNTY NOTICE OFFORECLOSURE ----1 fOR HOUSE WIRING, ELECTRIC -- "'1-t BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY t MINUTES OF THE SCHOOL POLITICAL I' .' NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS I

EWS\!\ REPAIR APPLIANCE ; ADVERTISEMENT' FOR BIDS,
THURSDAY. MARCH 10. [ i SALE MOTOR I Exceptional Lifetime BOARD MEETING ON ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR

_-= =_ ___ _, I I REPAIR, AND ELECTRIC Opportunity FEBRUARY 14, 1966 I
BLANKETS ..-------- I bids will be received
Sealed
WAKULLA V Notice is hereby given that the I CALL TERRY HARRIS, WO 2- for Reliable Party, MaleorFemale, The meeting was called to I SCHOOL BOARD 1 MEMBER until 2:30 P.M. EST, Thurs-
undersigned Moody Pearce, part or full time work. DISTRICT NO.
2422, SOPCHOPPY, FLA. order by Chairman Roddenberry March 31, 1966, by the
COUNTY NEWS* Clerk of Circuit Court of Wa- i 210.17.24.33.BUSINESSOPPORTUNITY. We secure locations for you to Friends and Fellow Citizens day,
members
with the following My
Service Wakulla County Board of Public
the Newest Model Free
kulla Florida will, on
County, i
: Mr. Mr. PaulkMr. i of Wakulla CountysMay
Posey,
\ 1966 Self-Service Tube Testers with present '1 instruction, Crawfordville, Flo-
the 23rd day of March, ,
Telephone WAlnut (-1101 Strickland. Members absents I take this
-. duringthe legalhours of sale, at nationally-advertised R. C. A. Mr. Crum. opportunindiformally rida, at the office of the Superintendent

the front door of the Wakulla Available throughout the U.S.A. and Sylvania T.V. and Radio The meeting was opened witha I I for re-election the Board of Public Instruction,

County Courthouse, Wakulla and Canada. A new product Tubes such as retail stores, super prayer by Mr. Paulk. I dacy Public Instruction from District Court House Crawfordville,
I of
in the of Craw- which will sell itself. Our lineis markets discount stores, Florida, for the construction of
County, City The Minutes of the meeting of One. I consider it a great I
Virginia K.l,hlj Edlte business within service stations etc. Consolidated High School
fordville, Florida, offer for tale I a complete January 17, 1966, were read and honor and wonderful privilegeto a
; : and sell at public outcry to the Itself, no sideline investment This is a service type business approved. ,' have served you as one of BuUding In Wakulla County, '

Fred,. KflgMley. ., frublliiher highest and best bidder for cash, ;I necessary. Space-age advance. dignified and permanent. It Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded School Board Members for Florida. '
the following described property j Used by homes, hotels, farms, willnot interfere withyour peel by Mr. Posey that the board 'I the your three The Building is to be of Masonry I
years.
l past
Entered at Crtwfordville.. Florid Installations and sent and concrete Construction
situated in Wakulla County, government employment. award bids for equipment as Since the last time I was ask- ,
M lerond. flail matter. Subwrlp florida,'lto-w itl business. National Advertising | To qualify you must have follow for your vote and sup- consisting of Class Rooms,
by Company. Users may order ., $1695.00 to $3290.00 cash a- 10 each ing you December Science Laboratories, Home
Inc. ,
Lots one ((1)), Two ((2) and Science Kit : port, I was married
urn r U year, delivered Laboratories
1.13:90.per for $13.95 gallon vailable for inven- Making Industrial
.. Three ((3)) in Block' F" of per immediately Compound Microscopes, $1- 1963, to the former MargaretAnn I
Panacea Park, a subdivisionin prepaid. tory and equipment. Invest- 134.00; 2 each, Stereoscopic (Peggy) Lynn, daughter of Arts and Vocational Agriculture
5 Exclusive Franchise. Invest- ment Secured. $592.00. Marvin Lynn of Shops, Library, Gymnasium,
.. Section 23, Township Microscopes, Rev. and Mrs
I South, Range 2 West, as ment secured by fast moving Automobile, 5 to 10 hours of I Tallahassee Typewriter and Tallahassee. The Lord has thus Band and Choral Rooms, Cafe-
inventory with a guarantee sell spare time weekly and a sincere 5 each Royal Model dau- teria, Auditorium, Administrative -
shown by map of plat thereof I Supply far blessed us with a lovely
HENRY WILLIAMS of record in Page 191 of agreement. desire to Increase your present MC-11 Elementary Primer ghter, Diana, who is now one Offices, Play Ground Area
minimum 14758. income in business. Ball Diamond
$400 own with Base and
your $797.50. have
Deed Book 14 of the public Typewriters, old. Therefore, I now
REALTYReg. records of Wakulla County, 40 maximum Investment.For Earnings Could Net Over $6, 000 Standard School Service 2 : year even more added incentive in Foot Ball Field with Stadium.The .

Florida. complete information : per year. each, Opaque Projectors, i desire for conlin ue d improvement Buildingwlll be Heated and
write or call: Do not answer unless fully I my Air Conditioned.Plans .
$417.90 30 each Projector .
pursuant to the final decree of ; of our school system.I
Real Estate BrokerSt. foreclosure entered in a case Area Code 314-PE.9-0125 qualified for time and invest- screens, wall type, $463.80; 'I intend to run this campaignontheaccomplishments and Specifications will

pending in said Court, the style Franchise Sales Division 0-2 ment. 10 each, Projector Screens, tripod and im- be available to interested bid-
Uarhs Fla. :' of which is 3024 North Lindbergh Blvd.St. Business fully set-up. There .' type $$425.50 each, !!I I feel have been ders at the office of the Architect I

Phone 74/ f I' Advance Mortgage Corporation Ann, Missouri 63074 Is no selling or soliciting.. Income Filmstrip cabinets, JackC. Cof- made provements during my tenure in of- Robert Maybin, A.I.A. ,
starts immediately.For I 210 E. College Avenue Tallahassee
Plaintiffvs. 7t217.24.33.10.17.24.31.LEGAL fey, #400, $127.56.AudioVisualsof fice. I would like to mention a -
personal interview In your Inc.: : Florida (P. O. Box
Tampa, this time. In the
few of these at
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES city, write and include your 15 each, Filmstrip projector, I of new buildings and class- 3125)). A plan deposit of Fifty
John H. Metcalf, Jr. and Em- phone number to way
viewlex, V-25, $975.00; two we have the new Gymnasiums ($50.00)) dollars will be requir-
'Snoctate: ma Lou Metcalf, Alex Met- NOTICESIn SINGER INDUSTRIES, INC. each, Type-recorder wollensak rooms, and Shade- edbythe general contractor bid-
at Sopchoppy
w..s4. mtcher. Sr. calf and Lillie Metcalf Defendants the Court of the County 8631 DELMAR BLVD. I, iT-1500 $682.50; ville. We have a new Science ding on the contract, to be refunded -
ST. LOUIS, MO. 63124 Lanier Systems of Tallahassee I Crawford- In full on the return of
Phone W\ 6-3Z01 Judge, Wakulla County, flo- i Lab and Library at I
and the docket number of whichis rida. In Probate. ltc-3/10. 10 each Overhead Projector ville. We have a new Administrative the plans in good condition with-

number 1340.WITNESS $1,250.00; 3 each, Transpir- '" Office and Cafetorium in five days from the bid date. I
my hand and the official In re: Estate of LEGAL NOTICE[ ancy Machines, $1,077.00; at Shadeville. Additional sets of plans may be

seal of said Court, this Mrs. Ola Tucker, American Supply Company: ','I We have made repairs at the obtained by the general con-

If You Need. 3rd day of March, 1966. Deceased.To In the Circuit Court of the 24 each Plastic Top folding tables : Buckhorn Elementary School tractor, and plans may also be

Moody Pearce, Clerk of the All Creditors and Persons Second Judicial Circuit of flo- 30"x72" ((29" high), with additional work contem obtained by the sub-contractors j

Office Supplies Circuit Court of Wakulla Having Claims or Demands Against rida In and For Wakulla $618.00; 6 each, Plastic top plated at this time. We com or other interested parties for a I,

Office Furniture. County Florida. Said Estate: County. In Chancery.No. folding tables, 30" x 72" ((25 : pletelyreworked the floors of the deposit of Fifty ($50.00)) dollars !

Business Machines By.5)) Moody Pearce,Clerk Youand each of you are here- 1370.Earnest high), $160.50180; each, steel : St. Marks Elementary School. per set, with the deposit 'i

Set or Call Ernest C. Wimberly by notified and required to pre-i LISENBY folding chairs, $630.00. :i We also completely refurnished refunded less Fifteen ($15.00))
Attorney for PlaintiffP. sent any claims and demands Plaintiff Voting for the motion: Mr. ;, the dining room and replacedsome dollars to cover the cost of reproduction -

RANEY WHALEYat O. Box 129 which you, or either of you vs.Fannie. Strickland, Mr. Roddenberry, of the equipment in the on the return of the
Fort Walton Beach, Florida may have against the estate of Mr. Paulk and Mr. Posey. kitchen of the lunchroom at St. documents in good condition

CAPITAL OFFICE Mrs. Ola Tucker, deceased, Mae USENET, Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded : Marks. We expect to begin construction within five days from bid date.

late of said County, to the Defendant. by Mr. Posey, that the bids of a storage facility at Contractors bidding on the above -
CO.
EQUIPMENT County Judge of Wakulla Coun- Order of Publication for shop equipment be awardedas St. Marks very shortly. This is project will be required to

MIHTES: OF THE SCHOOL ty, Florida, at his office in the follows |I something which has been need- furnish a bid bond in the amountof

319 South Adams St. BOARD MEETING ON: court house of said County at STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Fletcher Tractor Company, U.I ed for some time. In the way not less than five ((5%) per

Corner E. P nacola Crawfordville, Florida, withinsix Fannie Mae Llsenby, S. Highway West, Quincy, Florida of educational aids, we are now cent of the bid, which bond
FEBRUARY 14. 1966 calendar months from the C/o Ed Boyd, : 1 Ford 3000 Diesel Tractor in the process of completely up- shall be in the form of a cash-
TALLAHASSEE
FLORIDA time of the first publication of 2219 Johnson's Ferry Road, $2,507.94; 1 Ford Bottom dating our school libraries. By ier's check, certified check, or '

The Special Meeting was cal- this notice. Two copies of each Atlanta, Georgia. Plow, $$204.60 McCleskey F- the beginning of the nextschoolterm bid bond written by a reputableand 'I

led to order by Chairman Rod- claim or demand shall be in You are hereby notified that a 320 Tandem Harrow w/ sealed this should be completed.We acceptable company, made

denberry. Members present writing, and shall state the complaint for divorce has been bearings, $$267.00; Ford Crop currently have on order a payable to the Wakulla County

were Mr. Paulk, Mr. Posey, place of residence and cant I filed against you in the Circuit Cultivator w/l1lihanks &shovel very large quantity of equipment Board of Public Instruction, S.
and Mr. Strickland. Members fice address of the Court of Wakulla County, flo- stems, $206.25; 1 Ford 3000 for classroom aidswhich will be I E. Roddenberry, Chairman.The .

absent: Mr. Crum. and shall be sworn to by the rida, In Chancery. You are Diesel Tractor, $2535.99; 1 distributed to all the schools as I successful low bidder will
Moved by Mr. Strickland claimant, hill agent, or his at- McCleskey F320 Tandem Harrows be required to furnish a performance' -
file received. Your
hereby required to ( soon as County
IQJ seconded by Mr. Paulk, that jtorney and accompanied by a person- w/sealed bearings, 267. bond and a payment bondin
II IIs ally or by attorney ) with the school system now has a full-
Shadeville School be permittedto fee of dollar and such 00 1 Ford Cultivator with 6 '
filing one Clerk of said Court, and send a ; time Guidance Counselor for the the amount of 100% of the
employ an additional em- (claim or demand not so filed copy of the same to the attor- each 8 10, 12 & 14 inch first time ever. The Guidance contract price, with a surety
ployee in the lunchroom. shall be void. sweeps, $249.35. acceptable to the owner
ney for the plaintiff, your writ- Counselor can be of invaluable company
Moved by Mr. Strickland, IsAllton TuckerAs defenses, if any, to the Pope Tractor Company, Tal- assistance In helping our children before the award of the con
Mr. that lahassee Florida 1 Model TP '
seconded by Posey, ,
tract.
Executor
of tfi'e
Estate of complaint in said cause, on or realize their educational poI -
Herman Simmons be employedas Mrs. Ola Tucker, deceased. before March 21, 1966. Herein 61 Covington Planter, $250.00; tentials. The owner reserves the right to
teachers aide in Shadeville. 4t-2/17.24.3/3.10.. 1 Covington Side Dresser, 45. 'eject and all bids.
-- ----- Voting for the motion: Mr. _I fail not, or judgment by default In the way of improving our any
will be entered against you. 00.Voting I financial operations, we are adhering Board of Public Instruction
Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. Strick- LEGAL NOTICE IIn | for the motion: Mr.
WITNESS hand and the seal
land, Mr. Roddenberry. my Strickland, Mr. Roddenberry, to a very strict Purchase Wakulla County, FloridaS.
Moved by Mr. Strickland and Court of the County Judge, of said Court at Crawfordville, Mr. Paulk, and Mr. Posey. Order System to Insure that we E. Roddenbeny, ChairmanW.

DAVE HAMRICK seconded by Mr. Paulk that Mr. Wakulla County, State of Flo Wakulla County, Florida this Moved by Mr. Posey second-I receive dollars' worth of goods E. Whaley, Supt. of Pub.
rida. In Probate.In 16th day of February, 1966. and services for ,dollar of' Instr. and to Board
I James Cherry be relieved of his ed by Mr. Paulk, that J erre 11 every Secty.
INSURANCE AGENCY responsibilities as Agriculture re the Estate of (Official Seal) Metcalf be granted leave of absence your school money spent.

leacherand placed on the non- M. A. RUDD, /Moody Pearce for the dun 11 o n of the | By efficient operations we have 3/10-17-24
''AUTOMOBILE instructional staff. Among the Deceased.To Moody Pearce 1966-67 school year effective been able to drastically reduce

,BONDS specific duties to be assigned to All Whom It May Concern: Clerk Circuit Court, February 15, 1966. the cost of bus repairs and supply SPARE TIME INCOME

Mr. Cherry will be to caulogall Notice is hereby that Wakulla County, FloridaJ. Voting for the motion: Mr. I parts. Yet at the present time Refilling and collecting money'
of the School Board given our bus fleet as a whole is in the
'CASUALTY property Strickland, Mr. Roddenberry, from
Norma Rudd filed her final report H. HudsonP. best mechanical condition in NEW TYPE high quality I
and the
re-organize property. as executrix of the estate of O. Box 66 Mr. Paulk and Mr. Posey. I coin operated dispensers in this'
'MARINE several The State Audi-
the Mr. Moved years.
for motion
Voting M. A. Rudd, deceased that she Crawfordville Florida. by Bobby Posey seconded area. No selling. To qualify
; tors'
of financial
Paulk Mr. Strickland Mr. Tlills i Report our operations -
Strickland
by that
FIRE filed her petition for final dis- Attorney for Plaintiff.4t217.24,33,10. you must have car, references, i I
Posey and Mr. Roddenberry. Marvis Thomas be for the last fiscal yearis I
employed as
charge, and that she will apply'to $600 to $1900 cash. Seven to
PHONE 877-3108 Moved by Mr. Paulk, secondedby a bus driver for the duration of the best ever received byyour
the Honorable George 1* Harper twelve hours weekly can net excellent I
Mr. Posey that the board the school year 1966-67. School Board. We have im-
County Judge of Wakulla LEGAL NOTICE monthly income. More j i
adjourn. tIn Voting for the motion Mr. plemented or are In the
Box 1873
1631 E.Tenn. St. County, Florida, on the llthday ; processof full time. For personal inter-
Voting for the motion: Mr. Strickland, Mr. I implementing the State
Roddenberry
,
of April, 1966, for view write P. O. Box 4185
,
TALLAHASSEE. FLA. Paulk, Mr. Posey, and Mr. approval the. Court of the County Mr. Paulk and Mr. Posey. Auditors'suggestions for improved -
of same and for final discharge Pittsburgh Pa. 15202. Include
Strickland and Mr. Roddenberry.HELP Judge, Wakulla County, Flo Moved by Mr. Strickland II financial operations. I am ,
,
as executrix of the estate phone number
rida. In Probate.
of M. A. Rudd deceased, second by Mr. Paulk, that the 1 confident that the Audit of our ltp-2/24..
In ret Estate ofThomas board the finals financial operations for the cur-
on this 3rd day of March, 1966. approve plans i
I A. Moore, for the consolidated school and I rent fiscal year will be even bet
I.KOSEPTIC TANK /Norma Rudd Deceased.To set March 29, 1966, as the date I ter yet. FOR SALE 10" Bench Saw with

SERVICED; WANTED Executrix of the Estate of All Creditors and Persons for awarding bids for the con- These are some of the many blades. Only used couple of

MALE OR FEMALE M. A. Rudd, deceased. Having Claims or Demands Against struction of the school. : changes which have been made times. Only $150.00.

Clean otRepair =--- 'I Said Estate Voting for the motion Mr. during my term of office. I feel Reason for selling Changed

WANTED AT ONCERawleighdealer 3/10-17-24-31 You and each of you are here- Strickland, Mr. Roddenbeny, that these changes can only serve professions and no longer need

*. New Installation in Taylor County or Liberty FOR SALE: For quick sale. 1- by notified andrequired to present Mr. Paulk and Mr. Posey. to Improve our school system. ed. If interested, contact Jack

The Best For Less County. See or write D. 1/2 acre under fence good any claims and demands Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded The most valuable asset we Criffls, Route 1, Crawfordville,

C. Thrash, 1422N. Blvd., Tal- well. Approximately 5 blocks I which you, or either of you, by Mr. Strickland, that the '' have in our County is our children. Florida.
lahassee, Fla. or write Raw- from Courthouse in Crawford- may have against the estate of bills be paid as presented. We must constantly provide

Telephone leigh Dept. FA C 220 3, Memphis ville. Contact Mr. A. C. Ho- i I Thomas A. Moore, deceased, Voting for the motion Mr. every educational means possi- For School Board Member

/Tallahassee 877-1773 Tenn. gue. Crawfordville, Florida. late of said County, to the Strickland, Mr. Roddenberry, ble for them. Our children of District No. 5

after 6:00: p.m.. St-3/3.17.31.4/7.21. 2t-3/10.17. County Judge of Wakulla County Mr. Paulk and Mr. Posey. today are our leaders of tomor- I hereby announce my candidacy

Florida, at his office in the Moved by Mr. Strickland, row. for the office of member of the
-I. court house of said County at 'I' seconded by Mr. Paulk; that I feel that the School Board is Board of Public Instruction of
Tallahassee UunIMsS Finn the the most Important elective office -
Crawfordville, Florida, withinsix meeting adjourn. Wakulla County, District No. 5.
calendar months from the Voting for the motion! Mr. to be held in our County
Strickland, Mr. Government. .1 have tried always to rift fair
time of the first publication of Roddenberry,
DIRECTORYPatorniie this notice. Two copies of each Mr. Paulk and Mr. Posey.LEGAL I have tried to serve you as consideration of all conditions.If .

claim or demand shall be in ft your School Board Member with you re-elect me to this ofi'iceI

writing, and shall state the complete honesty and diligencein promise to continue to serve in

place of residence and post office NOTICES our endeavor to provide good the best interest of one school
The e Advertlncn: of the claimant, and shall schools for our children. My only system.
In the
be sworn to by the claimant, Court of the County desire is to work for the con- Your vote and. support will be
Wakulla
Judge, County, flo- tinued
agent, attorney and accompanied Improvement of our
rida, In Probate.In appreciated..
schools.
tr by a filing fee of one dollar
S. E. Rodd.nberry.
F R MFEEDS Little Folks I and such claim or demand not to re Estate of earnestly solicit the vote and

Ins Store, O. I. GRAMLING filed shall be void. STEPHEN W. REVEL, support of all citizens who are I

I CD "The Deceased.To interested continued improve- FOR SCHOOL BOARD
CiplUl'i Katherine M. Ferrell
1 ; Majon for Minors" I ,& CO As Administratrix of the Estate AU Creditors and Persons ment of our schools. MEMBER, DISTRICT NO. 1
==* CAiUrm' Funuturt, Toy, Having Claims or Demands Against Bobby Paulk
Genus Hobbies Ow.Step8.rk.tor of Thomas A. Moore,
Said Estate
Flint Baby A deceased. 1 hereby announce my candi-
River Mills 133 N. Monroe st'PhH22ilU6.Fe: .l d. Seed Fertilizer 4t-2/24.3/3.lQ.l7 You and each of you are here- dacy for Member of the School

Ml* S. Monn. Ph. 223.0274 --- -. --- .--r _n Poultry Supplies by notified and required to present FOR COUNTY COMMISSI ONER Board from District No. 1.

any claims and demands DISTRICT NO. 2 I served on the School Board

Garden Tools NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS which you, or either of you, for eight years, being defeatedin
So. Adaap at t .L.R.R. NAME LAW may have against the estate of I hereby announce my candi- 1962 by Bobby Jean Paulk.
-- Baker-Alford CroMJBfPhone Stephen W. Revell, deceased, dacy for the office of County I feel that my experience

Co. 1Ja12 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN late of said County, to the Commissioner from District No. qualifies me for this office. U

] "T>.. Part Hotut" that the undersigned, desiringto County Judge Wakulla County 2, Wakulla County. I am elected 1 pledge to serve

j. Anything for your auto, truck engage in business under the Florida, at his office in the I feel that I am well qualified the people to the best of my a-
Lifkt Wtiekt .nd Regular or tnctor. Also for your power fictitious name of PANTRY court house of said County at for this office. bility. I humbly solicit your

Voncrttt ptotki: ._ j I Uwnmower boat. and .much for your PRIDE, In the County of Wakul Crawfordville, Florida, withinsix I humbly solicit your vote and vote and support.Kenneth .
la, intends to register said name calendar months from the support.
Hanson, Wood' and. roe N. Adam. St. Plj.! 823-4380 with the Clerk of the Circuit time of the first publication of Hugh McCallister C. Roberts.

Hoel Ind., Inc. Cap it iI 1 Stone Co. Court of Wakulla County, Flo this notice. Two copies of each
s. Admit St. at 4-PolnU rida. claim or demand shall be In

Ttl.. 222-5840 P. O. Boll fIAt .Inn 1808 FOOD FAIR STORES, INC., writing, and shall state the placeof

MARBLE .- GRANITE a Pennsylvania corporation, residence and poet office address MCCLENDON FUNERAL

---.---- BRONZE 7000 N. W. 32nd Avenue of the claimant, and shall
MEMORIALS Miami, Florida 33147 be sworn to by the claimant, his HOME
agent, of attorney and accom-
'
s I ireager C...,.... Wwk,.!Alt f'r,.. Aronovitz, Aronovltz C Haver- panied by a filing fee of one

., .W, 808 W. Galnee SWT: 229-0711 Attorneys field for Registrant dollar and such claim or demand 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE

Inc.HMrMM Walter_ _1. Buekaa, Mgr 117 City National Bank not so filed shall be void. L
a Ill Stevie RevellAs
Building
,/ cad Bimdt 11 25 West Flagler Street Administrator of the Estateof PHONE 385-1161" ToUahan" Fl '
Miami, Florida 331304t224,33.10,17 Stephen W. Revel,.de-
tit 8. Adam 81 Tel
',' ",.- 222-4680 ceased.
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I EDUCATION AND SOIL I, WAKtlLLA COUNTY NEWS

WANTED CONSERVATION I. THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1966 .


114., Everything LISTINGS ON ACREAGE E. C. Hammick, soil con- I 1 M. L. Chason
servationist, wIth the Wa k- ,
You'll FROM 5 ACRES UPWE ulla Soil Conservation District Funeral services for )I. L.
encourages each school in the I I Chason, 63, Smltn Creek Community -
Need \ IIAVE CLIENTS district to Intensify an educat- WakulU County; who
ional program on the value and died Monday at 6 p.m., will be
STEVE. REVELLPANACEA need of good soil and water I today at J p.m., from Ml
conservation. The materialused I Eton Baptist Church with the
In teaching conservation
Rev. William Flury officiating.
be furnished the soil
can by
I Burial will follow in Mt. floe
H 0. 1. GRAMLING ROBT RODDENBERRY ASSOC. conservation Mr. Hammick.kervice The on requestto avail- 'Cemetery with J. A. Cully;

rA able materials consist of pamp- land Sons in charge of arrange-

and Co. hlets, movies, and slide films menu
go back to the early days of His nephews will serve as
'a'. PHONE 222-HI2' settlement in America and pallbearers.A .
I they show how our intensive native of Wakulla County,
R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME dev
of
, system agriculture was Mr. Chason was a life-long resident
FEEDSEEDFERTILIZER Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director I eloped prairies out which of the woods were then and I ( of Smith Creek Commu-
nity and was a dealer in furs
America.
They particular
Phone 697-3366 attention to the way pay men farmed I and hides and a member and
without respect to the tom- treasurer of the Mt. Elon Bap-
CARRABELLE, FLA. orrow when someone else would tist Church
"24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" make a living out of the pieceof Survivors include his widow,
land, and they show how Mrs. Dola Chason, Wakulla
destructive power of un-chccked County; one son, S-Sgt Lawr-
SERVING WAKULLA COUNTY. ; water bled our continent through
I ence Chason, Edwards AFB,
BABY CHICKS \J I muddy streams and rivers duringthe Calif., lour daughters, Mrs.
.l nineteenth and early portionof Kyle Smith Creek Miss
Mary ;
the twentieth centuries. These -
f Chason, Eastern Air
Margie
films also picture the magnificent -
!I :1 :t1T: effort that has been made Lines, New York City Mrs.
--W and .
during the past 30 years to con- Joyce Pigott, Sopchoppy;
serve and save the soil which Mrs. Judy Helms, Tallahassee.Also .
TOMATO--PEPPER--CVION' PLANTS FLORIDA STATE had been so badly treated in two brothers, J. M. Cha-
the early history of our great son and E. C. Chason, both of
country They show how terraces Tallahassee. five sisters, Mn.G .
Sprayers and Dusters and strlpcropping i are W Langaton, Mrs. S. H.
combined with :o tour firming Greene Mr. J. L. Vause, Mrs.
Insecticides Now Showil 3. to hold the soil in place, They Ernest Thomas and Mrs. E. W.
Now Showing!: show the value of FTI'inF\ and Bowley, all of 1 Tallahassee. Also
turning under cover ,' such .
Tools Julie Andrews eight grandchildren
Garden
as crotalaria, small:'!' m I cowpeas
f--- Lana Turner Christopher Plummer and hairy Indigo, '1<1tht') CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH
Peat Moss I show all of the rest of the soil
"MADAME X"
MENU FOR
"Tl li SOUND OF MUSIC" conservation practices which SCHOOL
are so vital to continued cult- NEXT WEEK
ivation of our land.
Manager
J.B. Miller, chairman of the tlolsc Harvey
Wakulla Soil Conservation Dis-
"-1"Parking $,.c. J trict, thinks that the children Meat Monday afSpanish
of district should have
a
PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN SauceMashed
basic of
thorough understanding
OUTDOOR ON V/OODVIllE HWY. the value of our natural res- Potatoes
Pi,4 p- ources and the way they can be Creen BeansGrapefruit Sections
maintained in a continual state I
Bread Butter
l of production. He realized that Milk
Todiy thru Sat. before long these children will
Today .
Fri have these natural resources In Tuesday
"FANNY HILL" 'HARUM SCARUM their charge, and if they have SpaghettiMeat
been brought up understand Sauce
and and the value of conservation, then Turnip Greens
"SKI PARTY"and they will protect these natural Apple Sauce
WORLD OF SUZIE WONC resources and pass them on to Corn Bread
their children. Bread Butter
"TICKLE ME" Milk
.
Wednesday

The heart of MEN IN SERVICE Salisbury Steamed Rice Steaks

Bangkok, Thailand Staff Green Peas
H Sergeant Billie R. Posey, son of Fruit Cocktail
HOT WATER HAPPINESS. Mrs. Annie H. Posey of Crawford Bread Butter
ville, Fla. is now on duty Milk
SPECIALS with a U. S, Air Force unit in
Thailand. Thursday
Hamburgers
Sergeant Posey, a supply Inventory -
Lettuce Tomatoes
I specialist, supports U. Potato ChipsPeaches
SPECIALS FRI., SAT., MON. AND TlJtg.sibGAR59. S. air activities in Thailand
: I| which include the expanding
Bread Butter ,
r I Southeast Asia airlift and aerospace Milk
WATER HEATER defense -- closely coor-
I' dinated with the Royal Thai Air Friday
Force. Fish Steaks wCatsupCole

> COMPARE! The sergeant is a graduate of SLjv/
FLAME.TYPE QUICK.RECOVERY ELECTRIC Crawfordvllle High School. W. K. Com
0 : His wife, Hertine, is the dau- Jello w/fruit
o Flue needed. Flue collar 0 No flue Can be installed 'I ghter of R. J. Nix of 24 Paris Cookies
gets hotup550" F. anywhere allowing short pipe. I View Drive, Travelers Rest, S. Bread Butter
Could cook 1" steak In runs which save hot water C. Milk
12 minutes! Cool to touch-all over I

Heating units both top and I .1
Most heating from bottom. 0
O Some heat tran.fers to 0 bottom. T. BONE STEAK, Ib. .69c "
water from flue large up goes chimney.into STEVE REV ELL I
part wasted vent.
a up PORK CHOPS Center Cut Ib. 89c
I
< Top unit heats ROBERT H. RODDENBERRY AsiocUtl
Y' O Hot water rises to top 0 lop of tank, A FULL TIME AND COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE I Ii i
through cold water, water before CHUCK ROAST 59c
' ,losing heat No hot heated I LB
water until:entire tank is j FHA FINANCING AT 6%
NECK BONES Ib 29c
is he.ted. lower unit above a
0 NY TYPE,HOI* BUILT ON YOUR LOT,OR ACREAGE
tank No interference .
ft Mineral deposits accumulate I' I sediment no loss Cream Style CORN 2 cans 33c ShHVING\ WAKUUA COJMY AND TIE CCKSTAL AREA
Von bottom, slow heat. effIciency. Lindy ,
penetration to water. The I<., YU4-2601 VU4-7435 102-2194

older the heater,the slower /rFlamelelSl, So its ;1 .. Nabisco TRIANGLE THINS m! oz. 39c
It gets. W cleaner No loss of "' PANACEA FLORIDA
here, \-
efficiency -- "
Pal
O Flame produces fumes and either! BUTTER 2 Ibs. JAR 69c LET..US..BUY OR SELL._FOItVouet1.NN
soot. Soot on burner parts PEANUT ,

reduces effIciency. :: L0 ./

AN.Itctric Irish POTATOES, 10 lb. &c

WATER HEATER COSTS

LESS TO BUY, LESS BANANAS 2 Ibs. 25c
TO INSTALL AND NOW

V y YOU CAN SAVE SHOP LOCALLY AND .SAVE i I
$25 EXTRA! rLd t

Reddy cry,. PIGOTT.'S STORE .
I WIIno a'"a w/a arw maw.Aeatn. MEDART

I etapaNwlphwrnaNNrarnrry.... \

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Ask dealer or plumbing contractor to comparecostsyou'll
, your
I see an electric water heater is economical

all waysl And if you're a Florida Power Corporation PIGOT1YS ,

switch from flame-type to an
and
I customer March 1 and April 30, CASH AND CARRY '
between to
electric water heater To the citizens of Florida for the opportunity
of $25. continue serving you as Commissioner of the Florida
allowance
I we'll give you an installation FORMERLY DURRANCE STORE. Department of Agriculture, the agency charged with
nowl protection of the consuming public as well as growers
I Call your contractor Shop Here For and producers. Doyle Conner, Commissioner of Agriculture -

tVat MzIM I and producers.
S ia f I e
Cu2...w # BUILDING. SUPPLIES-AUTO PARTS
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'to. I

-FEEDSEEOFERTILIZERSTANDARD

Wo say it with service. ( 1 j. (1 ftl 4L
OIL PRODUCTSWE
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ARE OPEN AND READY TO SERVE YOU- Doyle Conner, Commissioner of Agriculture\

r/iB7N POWER CORPORATION INNIIul A nr iMmiil Pail, M M C.lmM RgIIY, GMija TIf.1 ,

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speakers stress education and I Mrs. Ralph Brown, Mrs. Flori- bama, visited Jewel's parents, Soil Temperatures expected i I I j WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS
I
NEWS research in the fight against I da Roberts, and the Rev. JesseL. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Beasleyover I to rise steadily during the SOCIAL SECURITY NEWS
While much of the Baker. the weekend. next 30 days reaching 4 Inch .tesaiy ._MARCH 18 1908
..
BYLouli C. Sapp cancer. bare soil of 58 to 68 :...
collected brought back averages With four weeks still to go until
money Mr. and Mrs. Relatives visiting Mrs. Delma by the end of the '
for
John Beasleyre- degrees 31 deadline
'1 The Wakulla County chapterof to the state for urgent needs, t I the March A Lenten music program was
Roberts and Mrs. Nellie Raker
turned to their home after month. enrollment in the voluntary
the American Cancer Society thee is still a great deal which enthusiastically enjoyed by an''
hosted a luncheon meeting goes into research. And we are spending several days with over the weekend were Mr. medical insurance part of medicare I overflow congregation at the '
Tuesday week at the Wakulla told that advances are being John's mother who is ill at the and Mrs. O. S. Moore of Lake I"" COACH HARBISON TO about 75 percent of the Crawfordville Methodist Church'this
Pine View Hospital inValdosta City; Mr. and Mrs. W timer / Nation1 have already -
older
people March
volun- evening,
Springs Lodge. Many made, hopefully one day to result Whaley and Mrs. Florida Wha- : GUIDE DEFENSE past Sunday
teerworkers from the area, in the prevention of this Georgia. signed up. 6. 128 were present to hear the :
themselves for the coming who attended ley, of Crawfordville; Mrs. The medical insurance will ordville High School Chorus -
girding disease. Those Mrs. Jewel Davison and dau- Detton Colvin of Medartj; and 1 Tallahassee Bob Haibison, 80 of doctor bills'and Crawf
cover percent selections. A)
and
crusade in April, heard from Sopchoppy were Mr. ghter, Trinka, of Ozark.' Ala- Mrs. E. E. Roberts and daugh- I!18-year staff veteran, willhead a variety of other health. offer Lenten congregational singing
I ters, Desi and Dawn, of Talla- I I Florida State University's de- services overand above the first period of from
I followed by a prayer
!I hassee. i fense next football season. was
I $50 of expenses in a year, supplementing Ralph Martin, principal of the
I I who will continue
Harbison
,
TRADE NOW AND SAVE! I \ The Sopchoppy Yellow Jackets : as defensive line coach along insurance provided the basin persons hospital 65 High School.

participated In the Group 4-C I;with his additional responsibility under the medicare
Tournament held at Carrabelle !! duties, replaces Don James as and over
last weekend. The Carrabelle the Old%iz&v
I the Seminole defensive chief. law.Persons 65 and over who have
SPECIAL
PRICES Green Devils defeated the Yel-
I{ James is leaving Florida State received enrollment cards
not
i '
low 59.40 in the first
Jackets to become defensive coach at
write the
call visit
i should or
game Friday night. Tommy Michigan.FSU for information
district office
LOT NO. '1.a OPEN TILL 8 P.M.-LOT NO. 2 the Posey Yellow and Wayne Jackets with Lawhon 13 and led I Coach Bill Peterson of also about enrolling for the doctor
11 : announced assignments two 'bill I inssanceand also about e..- u
points respectively.Mrs.
; new assistants. Bud Whitehead Itablishing I their eligibility for

Fred Strickland and dau- ,will work with the defensive secondary I Ii hospital I I insurance.
l ghter, June, of Tallahassee, visited and Don Breaux will There willbe a representative h
Mrs. Strickland's mother, i coach the Seminole pass receivers. 'at the Chattahoochee City Hall
FROM Mrs. Willie Mae Porter over the I Whitehead and Breaux have from 10-.OOA.M. to 12:00 Noonon "It takes a wise man to
OUR HEART weekend.Mr. recently joined the FSU staff. Friday, April 3, 1966. They know when he is fighting fora
Both were active players with I will be glad to assist you In principle or merely defending .
and Mrs. Connie Smith San Diego of the AFL last sea possible. a prejudice.
any way
We Thank You
and children of Tallahassee visited -
For 41 Yearsof Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. son.The Seminoles opened spring
FREE Business. and Mrs. Lloyd Crum and Mr. < practice February 26 and will 1
1965 Chevy II. $2095 Smith's father, Mr. Ivery work out each Monday, Wednesday Florida Ag FactsIndian
1964 Chevrolet. $1295 Thursday and Saturday
S door Hardtop Vt with radio Smith, over the weekend.The
V8, 4 door sedan with heater automatic transmission. until the annualGarnetand Cold
and automatic anm suo. One hater mlleafe one owner car School Cafe- Game, March 26. Workouts
TAG owner car, Sopchoppy
1964 VW $1295 1964 Chevrolet. $1695 teria employees attended the will continue for a week after
Pel air 4 door with automatic
S door with radio heater. Oneowner ,transmission radio and heater. meeting of the Florida Food the spring game. was cultivatedin
corn
J With The Purchase Of low mileage car 1962 Chevrolet. 1295 Association In Crawfordville
1 Chevrolet. $795 afternoon. the Americas long before '
.
Monday '
Any Used Car Over Impala 4 door sedan with VIengine MEETING' SWEET
AREA CANCER
mp2 door HrdVB with automatic: tranamlaslon Columbus reached the
$600 From Either of radio. heater and automatic and heater. Happy Birthday toi Peggy Sue I AT SPRINGS
Our 0 K Used Car tiin.ml.5lon. Clean auto. Brooks, Bernard Brooks, II, and HELD I shores 9f the New World. CORN
Several 1/1 ton pick Fleet-
1 1958 Dump $895 aide and atepup, o r.'b tor Donna Kay Crum.
Lots. 1 ton FORD Truck with I aoeed demonstration. On the apot financing. An area Cancer Conference Known as maize it figured
ready to go to work for you. Seaman Pleasant G. Vausere- was held March 1 at Wakulla )I I ,

ALL PRICES CUT LOT # J OPEN TILL Coo PK ceived an honorable dischargeafter Springs Lodge with emphasis being 1 1 in the rise of the great
FOR THIS SALE' 1414 S. Monroe Ph. :123'I8M BOOR YOUR CONVENIENCE serving three years and placed the coming annual % Indian civilizations
four monthswith the U. S. Navy. Cancer Crusade.L. -
LOT x I' 1961 Chevrolet. $1195 Famous OK Quality He is presently residingwith H. Peterson, Executive Vice yti providing food, currency,
321 N. Adams Ph. 224,3211 2 radio door: VI heater Impala, automatic Hardtop tram with 1 1Year G-W Warranty his parents, Mr. and Mrs. President of the Florida Division fuel,smoking silk, jewelry,

1964 Ford $1495 mission and white wall tlren, LONG TRADES- Claxton Vause, Sr. Pleasant from Tampa presided at the luncheon and building material.
1964 Chevrolet. $1995 three aboard the USS
spent
V8 engine, 4 d.r'with tund years meeting.
ard iluft. radio, healer and air va 2 door Impala Hardtoo with EASY TERMS Page County LST 1076, which Featured speakers at the meet- 0 q
condltl""* w mnne. Clean one owner car. tailed to many parts of the ing were Don Brewester, Divi-

THERE IS NO GAMBLE! YOU ALWAYS WIN! world. sion Crusade P. McCrall Director, Vice, and President Richard !
Mrs. Viola Clemons of
High ASC National Office, New After World War II, ftJ1Josweet
and is
Springs Tampa visiting I York, New York.
WHEN YOU TRADE AT her sister, Mrs. Theo Rudd, and Film strips were shown to the corn was planted
other relatives in the county. group that represented areas in heavily in Florida. The

Mrs. Eunice Kyle of Smith the Big Bend.Representatives. state now produces
Creek has as her visitor! her mo- from the Wa- $20 million for fresh

ther, Mrs. Bulger of Lakeland. kulla County Unit attended the market to lead thenation. @ & :
Florida Fruit
They visited Mrs. Walter Harms meeting.
ALFORD i this past week. Vegetable Assn.

Mr. and Mrs. Herb Maiwaldof I I
Tallahassee visited Mr. and I I
Mrs. Carl Revell this weekendand Cheese, the delight of mod.

attended services at the Methodist WANTED '* NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF ANYONE ern dinners, desserts, snacks

I Church last Sunday.Mr. INTERESTED IN HAVING A CHRISTIAN I and parties, has a special

CHEVROLET and Mrs. ]Don Price of CHURCH (RESTORATION IN THIS AREA. place in history. Throughout
Tallahassee had their new buildIng I the ales It has been revered
site cleared by Harrell Bro- GOD IS NOT DEAD as a source of strength and
thers and made ready for build I delicacy for the diet. Cheese

I ing. Claxton Vause will start I WRITE : J. W. If cAd a m s. Minister was known to the world as
t the building next week and Carl early &II the Sumerian civili.
1215 I Mitchell I I I Auenue
Revell will do the well
drilling. i zatjlon of 4,000 B.C. and fol-
Tallahassee I Fla.'
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Davis of ,

Moultrie, Georgia, spent the :,
weekend at their Rivervlew

home. ,

: .741 Friday Braving three stormy women weather of the Wo last I NOW! OPEN DAY SATUDRAY

: man's Society of the Methodist
': ,i1. Church, together with their pas-
.:; ; tor and his wife, attended the !
;:: ;; \ District Meeting of the Woman's I
Society at Trinity Methodist! r
'"
; ;t :" Church In Tallahassee. Those
td! t?"
:+ :
t 4. ..t"I ass.' who went were Mrs. Ralph : CHIC5READYFOR
;
ijrf,\:, .:.; Brown, Mrs. Florida Roberts, .
,,! 'I." and Mrs. Norma Rudd.
< ;
J The Spring Conference of the
Sopchoppy: and Crawfordville I '
( Methodist Churches was held DELIVERY
this past Monday evening In the I S. .
Sopchoppy Church. Dr. R. C.
Holmes, District Superintendent I i One Day Olds or StartersThey'II
of Tallahassee District
?I
elided over the meeting.:
Members from both churches',
l MtX! were In attendance. Grow Into I



WEATHER FORECASTThe Real Money Makers For You!


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Thirty Day Agricultural
Weather Outlook for the monthof
March for South Georgia, Chick StarterCRUMBLES
.OIMAV form 33 Southeast Alabama and North-
west Florida Issued by the Weather
Bureau Advisory Agricultural
Meteorologist, Georgia F
Need Coastal Plain Experiment Station .
Personal Loan ,
a ? Tifton, Georgia, March

1,Temperatures 1966. during Marchare For Fas!er, Healthier Growth

expected to average above
TAX normal over all of the TriStateAgricultural t
r DEADLINE-APRIL 15 Area. Daily mean .ALSO .aS

temperatures are expected to
GROWING CRUMBLES!
average between 56 and 65 de-
grees. Daily maximum temp- e LAYING CRUMBLES! I

The income tax deadline always has a way of creeping eratures will average between .
up
I 68 and 76 degrees with afternoon

temperatures reaching 80 Us For Line of
See
even though you are aware of it. Are you "down to your last. degrees or higher on three or Complete .

a four days during the period. S POULTRY' FENCE a WATER CHICK

dollar"as a result of unforeseen emergencies, sickness, accidents Daily expected minimum to temperaturesare average between WIRE POSTS FOUNTS FEEDERS

46 and 54 degrees with

or loss of work? If you need extra cash to pay your income temperatures falling to 32 degrees
Garden & Field
Fresh Seed
or lower on 1 or 2 mom- Now !
ings over Inland areas. ,
\ tax, see us. A low-cost personal loan will let you absorb Rainfall during the next 30 STOCK! Complete Line of Fertilizers!

days U expected to range between -

: the cost over a period of months. Drop in and talk over your over Southeast 3.00 and Georgia 5.00 and Inches between

4.00 and 7.00 over sections "GOOD FEEDERS DO BETTER WITH FRM FEEDS AND SERVICE!
requirements with us.You'll find us helpful and understanding. of Southwest Georgia,
{: Southeast Alabama and North-
" west Florida. Precipitation is RANCH AND
= : expected to occur mostly as FRM

ww' during general the showers month.on 8 to 11 days GARDEN CENTER

MEMBER: : riot AL DEPOSIT IN&KAMC'K:'CORPORATION Sunshine during March is expected -
< to average about 60 percent TilbhcWl. MM Metier,

ttJ.ll.I; .. of possible with several 826 W feint Street WESTERN SHOP phone 2147197SOPCHOPPY

periods.of, extended cloudiness.
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