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VOLUME 61 NUMBER 4} CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA THURSDAY JULY 7. 1986
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ROBERT J. KELLY MOORE-AENDERSON THANK YOU I
FOR ELDERLY FLORIDA PETROLEUM
RECEIVES APPOINTMENT IWIGENTS IN STATE COUNCIL SLATES WEDDING PLANSCOMPLETED As you know my resig
Tallahassee Fla. Robert INSTITUTIONS ANUNUAL MEETINGThe nation as Executive Dir
J. Kelly who servedas plans have been com-Development
assistant to three Attorney Tallahassee A land- Florida Petroleun 1 pleted for the marriage ol !
Generals, was nam- mark program providing Council has scheduled its 2n d 1 Miss Barbara Ann Moore,, join the Charter Companyin
ed today as Associate Gen $10 a month In spending annual meeting for Wednesday daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville was effect-
eral Counsel to State money to elderly indigentsin June 29 and Thursday,. J. K. Moore of Crawford. ive June 30, 1966. ..r /i
Treasurer Broward Wil- state mental and tuber- June 30 in Orlando at the Robert ville to Bobby jack Hen- I would like to'take thh
liams. culosis institutions was Meyer Motor Inn, wit i derson, son of Mrs. Jefl t opportunity to express tt
Kelly had specialized in started this week. registration beginning at 1(d> Jenks of Sopchoppy. each of you my thanks for
legal activities related to State Comptroller Free A.M. Wednesday. Intereste 1 The wedding will be ar your splendid cooperation
Florida's county officials O. Dickinson said $1,160was persons from all branches 01 f' event of July 9th at 730 during the past five years
throughout his nine years distributed to the first the petroleuthe p.m. In the Crawfordville I have served at your Com-
with Attorney Generals Richard 116 patients at state men- petroleum Industry am I' First Baptist Church. The mission.
W. Ervin, James W. tal hospitals who had been related business are invited,> Rev. S. A. Coxwell assisted Now I would ask that you
Kynes and Earl Faircloth. declared eligible for the according to T.H. McMillan,,, by Carlton Tucker will extend the same coopera- .o ,
He served as top aide to $10 by state Welfare De- who is Division Manager foi' officiate. tion to Mr. Jay Seipel who
Ervin and Kynes. panme.it screening. Standard Oil Company, ir 1 Mrs. George Russ organist has assumed the responsibilities -
During his service with Dickinson explained that Jacksonville, Florida. and Mrs. Gilbert as Acting Executive
the Attorney General's office this is part of a new fed- The Florida Petroleum 1 Gowdy soloist, will offer Director of the Commis-
he has for seven years eral-state program made Council is an Information enc 1 the program of nuptial music sion. Most of you know jay
been the chief legal advi- possible by 1965 amend- service organization representing and know that he will be
sor in insurance matters ments to the Federal Social all segments of the 1 Attending the bride will delighted to assist each of CRAV.FORDVILLE METHODIST TO
where that office assistedthe Security Act and by petroleum industry in Flori be Mrs. Jim Matthews you in the continuing pro- CELEBRATE 100TH YEAR
State Insurance Depart- changes in restrictive state da. cousin of the bride, Tallahassee grams of the Development
ment. law.The Highlights of the meeting i: as Matron of Commission for further Plans have been vice an old Fashion Dinneron
Commissioner Williams joint program Is financed will be the presentation oi f Honor. Bridesmatrons will progress in industry and for servi ces to cele- the grounds and an opportunity -
said Kelly 'will continueto with payment of 69.31 the Trooper of the Year Award be Mrs. Avery Scott, sister tourism for our Florida. brate Crawfordville Meth- of Fellowship will
work with our fine groupof per cent federal funds and to an outstanding mem 1 of the groom, and Mrs. I hope that our pleasant odist Church 100th Anniversary be enjoyed starting at
county officials when- 31.69 per cent state money. ber of the Florida Depart 1 jimmy Henderson, sister- relationships of the past 12:30.
ever his advice and assis- Primary feature of the ment of Public Safety and the,! in-law of the groom-to-be will be able to continue in The Centennial programwill Special music and sing
tance are needed'. pilot program started when Service Station of the Year of Tallahassee Mrs. Jerry one way or another in future get underway Sunday ing will start at 1:45 P.M.
Attorney General Fair- Florida was the first statein Contest Awards to winners ir 1 Pope, Wakulla and Mrs. years.Sincerely. July 10 with Sunday Schoolat Choirs and quartets from
cloth said Kelly 'will be the nation to have its the annual Service Station Jim Welch, Crawfordville. 930. The regular service the county will participate.
missed, but this opportunity plan for upgrading mental contest sponsored by the Miss Kathy btrickland, /sRoger Stake will follow at 11 A.M. This Hallmark in the
to move to a new and health facilities and treat- Florida Petroleum Council. Crawfordville, and MissGlenna Executive Director Rev. Luther R. Stokes, Christian life of Wakulla
ment approved by federal Secretary of State Tom cousin of the ---- will
challenging job is one he Godby, Director of Public Relations County point up the
richly deserves'. officials. Adams will make the keynote bride Brinson Georgia and Alumni Secretaryof 100 years of the Methodist
Commissioner William The key part of this plan address at the Trooper of the will be bridesmaids. Flower NOTICEIf Asbury College,W ilmol e Church In Crawfordville.
said Kelly's 'appointment provides that the federal Year Luncheon, 12:30 P.M. girl will be Angle Scott Kentucky will be the guest Rev. Jesse L. Baker,the
will assure the people ot government will partici- Thursday, June 30. Attorney neice of the groom-to-be. you are interested in speaker. church's present pastor
Florida the finest possible pate in payment to the state General Earl Faircloth will Jimmy Henurson: will: a water system for Craw Rev. Stokes who pastoredthe said plans and work for this
legal advice on Insuranceand for the percentage of hos- iddress industry members serve his brother as best fordville there will be a Crawfordville and Sop- historic event has been goIng .
State Cabinet matters, pital costs incurred by and guests at the Service Sta- man. Ushers will be Jim meeting at the Florida Power choppy charge for a numberof on for some time.Commemorative .
as the activities of my office these indigent patients. Another .ion of the Year Awards Banquet Matthews and Fred Davis Lounge on Monday years saw advancementmade plates
continue to increasein provision of the pro- at 7:30 P.M. Thursday. Tallahassee Emmett Fer- July llth, at 7-30 p.m. in Methodism includ- with a picture of the churchis
complexity'. gram provided for state Guest speakers addressing tell, III, Jimmy Welch, and There will be a repre- ing a new church in Sop- a part of the Woman's
He said 'the people of participation in the monthly ; the general assembly at Jerome colvin, Crawford- sentative from the Farmer's choppy and an annex to the Society program.A .
Florida are fortunate to spending money allot- the business session are t ville, and Larry Lawhon, Home Administrationto Crawfordville facilities. history of the 100 years
have career experts of Kel ment. Kerryn King, vice Presidentof Sopchoppy. Craig Gowdy explain how the system Invitations have been sent has been compiled and pub
ly's caliber to represent Dickinson said the first Texaco Inc. and Steve Pot will be ringbearer.The works, and will answer any out to all living former lished by the Rev. Baker.
them in the complicated business payment to the state for the ter, Director of the American bride's parents will questions. pastors and members who The public is cordially
of running state af- hospitalization expenseshas Petroleum Institute'sCommittee entertain at a reception !in have moved away. Invited to any or all of the
fairs'. not yet been clearedby on Public Affairs. the CrawfordvilleWoman's REV. BARBER Following the 11:00 ser- day's activities.
Kelly is a native Ohioan, welfare officials. Other events scheduled dur Club immediately followingthe
a graduate of the Univer- ing the Thursday morning c ceremony RECEIVES HONOR -
sity of Miami Law School business session will be the No invitations are being The Rev. Robert R. Barber MISS HAHXICK JOINS
and a 20-year Florida resident presentation of Industry awards issued, but all friends and Box 745, Ruskin. Flo- TWO ECONOMIC DISTRICT j CHIPOLA FACULTY
CHARLES W. RICHARDE and the seating of the relatives are invited to at- rida, has been named Rural FOR NORTH FLORIDA
He Is married to the new chairman. tend. Minister of the Year Miss Billie Helyn Ham-
former Betty Jane Mill of Charles William Rich- for Florida by The Pro- Congressman Don Fuqua mick, daughter of E. G.
St. Paul, Minn., and has arde, 57, died Tuesday gressive Farmer Maga- announced this week the Hammick and the late Ma-
four children. night, June 28, following a SANDERS REUNION\ WATER SYSTEM SET zine and Emory University.The approval of two economic tilda Williams Hammlck
heart attack suffered while HELD JULY 4th award will be development districts for Crawfordville and grand
he was operating the Sem- sented to Rev. Barber North Florida. The districts daughter of Mrs. W. P.
FLORIDA RECEIVES inole Tugboat in the Apalachicola Mr. and Mrs. Nat San- Approval of a grant anda July 14 during the 22nd will be eligible for Hammick of Jamestown,
ANTIPOVERTY GRANT Day.Richarde ders, Sr., had their yearly4th loan totaling $172,000 to Town and Country School economic assistance under Tennessee, and John Williams -
was employedby of July Fish Fry at help install a water sys- Church and Community the Economic DevelopmentAdministration of Pall Mall, Ten-
Following the recent announcement the Seminole Asphalt Woodlanding with most of tem in the Alligator Point Workshop conducted annually particularly nessee, has come a long
made by Con- Company in St. Marks and the family attending. The Water Resources District, by the candler in Industrial expan- way In just a few years.
gressman Don Fuqua and was a tugboat captain. Me children present were Mil- Franklin County Florida, School of Theology Emory sion.Fuqua Born in Brighton, Tennessee -
Senators Spessard Hollandand had resided in St. Marks dred Willis Marjorie and was announced by EugeneP. University. said that he was Miss Hammick
George Smathers for 30 years, coming here Floyd Gray Madelyn and Foley Assistant Sec- A graduate of University pleased with the action of graduated from Crawford
more details were released from Cedar Key. He was a Oscar Crowson Marcia I- retary of commerce for Rev. Barber was the EDA in approving the ville High School and earn
today on the OEO grant of veteran of World War II. nez Vause Mahaley and J. Economic Development.The sent to, Quincy Florida two districts stating that ed a bachelor of scienceIn
473,359 to Leon County Surviving relatives Include W. Hurley. The grandchildren funds are from the for his first service but, he felt this program would nursing from Florida
Florida. This informationwas his widow, Mrs. present were Wayne Economic DevelopmentAdministration found all he had was a vacant assist materially In the State University. After fin-
provided by Frank K, Jeannette Richarde, St. Carlton and Dale Willis. U. S. Department lot. Four later economic development of ishing high school she went
Sloan Regional Directorof Marks Latrelle Carol of years the area on to finish
; one daughter Mrs. Timothy Commerce.The he had created a new church designated.One a four year
the Southeast Office of Beverly Carter Medart; Glenn Gerald, Maxie and grant is for $87,500and and parsonage on six acre district is to be college course in three
Economic Opportunity in five brothers, Willis, Per- Suzanne Gray, Roger Dale the loan is for $84,500to valued at more than $60- composed of Calhoun, years on a scholarship
Atlanta, Georgia. cy, Wesley and Dallas Crowson, Brenda Bob, mature in 40 years at 3- Franklin, Gadsden, Jack- earned on a competitive
The seven-month grant Booth, all of Cedar Key, Wanda Sue, Beverly Mar- 3/4 percent annual In- 000.He was next directed to son, Jefferson, Leon Li- examination.
will be used in a program and Udell Booth Gaines- cia and Belinda Crowson terest. Ruskin where he became jerty, Wakulla, Gull, After working two yearsas
designed to encourage a ville; five sisters Mrs. Gladys and Eddie Gray, The water resources minister for the Ruskin Holmes, Walton, Washing a R.N. at Tallahassee
favorable attitude towardthe Nadine Brown, Mrs. Bert Vangie Jamie, Michael, district will put up $3,000for Methodist Church which on, and Bay Counties. The Memorial Hospital and
learning situation by ie Lee Skinner, Mrs. Roy Tammie and Melanie Hur- a total pnject cost of faced the challenge of con- atter five counties are in County Health Nurse for
presenting subject materials Eggerton. Mrs. Cecil Sheffield ley Nathaniel III, Reggie 175000. tinuing to serve a rural i he district represented by Jefferson County she now
in which students need and Miss Evie Booth, Kren and Rhonda Sanders, The funds will pay for oriented membership at the Congressman Bob Sikes, at the age of 23. Is instructor -
remedial work in a situa- all of Cedar Key; and one Rual and James Raker. drilling through deep wells same time It sought to meet vho worked with Fuqua to in the School of
tion of small groups and grandchild. Great-grand child was Ray and installation of a storage the needs of a new and expanding hive the districts authorized. Nursing at Chlpola junior
highly; individualized study. Funeral services were Willis. Other relativeswere tank and a distribution system area. A new beach College In Marianna, Florida -
Six hundred secondary students conducted at 3 P.M. Thur- Mr. and Mrs. Clar- Completion is expected development plus Del Asecond district will be .
from poverty areas sday at the Friendship ence Sanders and family, in about six months. Webb's Sun City Center composed of Alachua Col-
will benefit from the pro- Primitive Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Bart Chat- District officials say the were on the Ruskir umbia, Dixie Gilchrlet LOCAL BOY ATTENDS
gram.A in Medart. wood and family Mrs. project will provide suffi- church's doorstep. ,amilton, Lafayette Levy BOYS'
staff of 57 professionals Elder Emmett Whaley Martha chatwood and cient water to prevent the Rev. Barber is confer. Madison, Taylor and Su- STATE
will be employed under officiated at the services friend from Marianna, Fla. relocation of the Florida ence director for older a- wannee Counties. American Legion Boys
the gram, as well as 42 with burial following in the Mrs. Ina Carroll, Mr. State University Marine dult work, Florida Con- Florida can now proceed State elected representa-
non-professionals in the Friendship church ceme- Scott Roberts and son, Joe Laboratory and to, serve ference, conference pro- v'ith plans necessary for tives and senators today In
capacities of secretary tery. Bevis-Southerland Ed Roberts.In expanding commercial and gram chairman, district .the creation of these dig. the annual practice
clerk, instructor aide and Funeral Home of Talla- the near future we planto business firms in the area. director of general church riots, whichwillenablethe ment session underway govern-on
maintenance personnel. hassee in charge of arrangements have a reunion of all the EDA was set up under the work, Tampa District vice Bounties Involved to com. the campus of Florida State
The agency delegated to Sanders family Wakulla Public Works and Econo- chairman Town and line their efforts in sound University
administer the program Is Active pallbearers for County. mic Development: Act of Country Commission, Flo- planning for a development The election of the legislative -
the Leon County School the funeral Included Albert 1965 to assist areas with rida Conference and ,rogram for the entire bodies
serves as a
Board. The Tallahassee Peal, Clarence Ladd Jr., CANCER DEATHSIN lagging economies. In addi- on several community area. prelude for the election of
Community Action Program Ernest tion to public Works grants Counties thus designatedwill
Council Jimmy boards. He has won community a governor and cabinet
inc., will serve as Peal, Clarence Ladd Jr. COUNTY 15% and loans, EDA makes business business and district be eligible for grants Thursday night. on
an advisory agency to the Ernest Council Jimmy In Wakulla County dur- loans and provides town and country a- and loans under the Economic and Federalist-
delegate agency.Mrs. Eve- Petty Curtis Shields John ing 1965, there was a totalof technical assistance. wards. Development Admin parties will enter can-
lyn Johnson will serve as Tooke. Raymond Brown, 51 deaths from all Rev. Barber Is marriet istration, with major emphasis didates for the posts.
staff director for the proJect -. Seldon this total and he and his to be given to industrial -
Cogdill and' Bob causes. of more wife have I Elected to the House of
Spurgeon. than 15% or 8 persons,died MESCRIBE TO THE NEDS son and daughter. expansion. Representatives was Eric
from some form of cancer. Mathis, of Crawfordville,
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WAX iJLLA COUNT NJCW LEGAL NOTICE \
SPARE TIME INCOME LEGAL NOTICE
| THURSDAY JOLT 7, lice Refilling and collecting LEGAL NOTICES fol-
I money from NEW TYPE In the Circuit Court of the Second In the Court of the County lave Notice is hereby\ gig ai R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME
high quality coin operated
Judicial Circuit of Florida
Judge, In and For Wakulla Free running or feralhogs mustbe Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director
dispensers in area.No In and For Wakulla Coun AucilU
County, removed from
selling. To qualify you must ty. In Chancery.No. Area by
have car, references, $600to 1371.MUNICIPAL. REa Estate of Wildlife Management Phone 6973366CARRABELLE
with dogs .
WAKULLA SANDERS, or capturing
JOHN A. trapping
$1900 cash. Seven totwelve PRINTING COM-
Deceased. within period FLA.
hours weekly can net PANY, INC., a Florida corporation I, 966. PermitS! ,
COUNTY NEWS excellent monthly Income. NOTICE OF Fnmc: PETITION for ginning removing July said hogs may be "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE-
More full time. Plaintiff, FOR FINAL 1
WMaat.001 For person obtained from the Panama City
rel.phou interview write P.O. Box W.CHARLES. To All Whom It May Concern office or Lake City office of the SERVING WAKULLACOUNWFLORIDA
418 Pittsburgh Pa.15202. SHOAF, Notice is hereby given that I Came and Fresh Water Fish .
Include phone number. Defendant. have filed my final return as Executor 1 Commission upon presentationof
It1>-717. NOTICE OF SUITIn of the Estate of Iota A. an affidavit attesting to the
Deceased that I I-have I applicant's legal claim to ownership T
the Name of the State of Flo- ,
'. STATE OF FLORIDA ) rida filed my petition for final discharge I of hogs in the area affect I
Vlrflnl.Kdglrtl.yCnt _....._.._ .. rte OFFICE SECRETARY I) SS T0 CHARLES SHOAF : and that I will apply to ed.The Water !
: OF STATE ) 120 West Hiawatha Street the Honorable George Harper i Came and STATE
of Wakulla I Commission will declare
Know that I, Tom Adams, Tampa, Florida County
1,1 the Au-
County, Florida, on all uncaptured hogs on
Florida Secretary of State of the State You are notified that and Area I
rd at Crawfordvillt hereby 1966, for approval same cilia Wildlife Management
M Mcond clMi matUr. Subtcrlp of Florida, do hereby give notice complaint to foreclose a mort- for final discharge as Executorof to be wild hogs and to permit I ODAYTHRU' SA'T'Fred
.ion rate: $3.00 per y ar. that Special Primary Elections gage executed by Ceorge R the Estate of John A. Sanders, their hunting during appropriate
will be held in Wakulla
Langford and Marian 1.. Lang- deceased. seasons and under appro- Started Wednesday
County on Tuesday August 2 ford, his wife, Harold Brown This June 27, 1966. priate rules and regulations of Gwynne
if necessary, a second and Betty Brown, his wife, and said Came and Fresh Water Fish It's a Plot I
special primary election on Wallace C. Martin and Mildred Charles W. Crum to make the world Yvonne DeCarlo
If !You tJeed. Tuesday August 16, W. Martin, his wife: to Lillian Executor of the Estate of Commission.it. die laughing!
I The Special Primary Elections M. Kirch, and j ifntf to the John A. Sanders, Deceased. Joe Paper CompanyVeaverLoughrldge
Office ,Supplies are being held for the purpose of plaintiff, on th ixllow' g des- 4t-6/30.7/7. 14.21. Lumber ''MUNSTER GO HOME'
Office FurnitureBusiness selecting nominees of r..cognized cribed property, -o-wfc Company THE RUSSIANS ARE COMING
Machines political parties to become Lots numbered five ((1! and Buckeye-Cellulose Corporation THE RUSSIANS ARE COKING
candidates in the General Election -
8..seGaRANEY ten ((10)) in Block "D" o: the Container Corporation.
on November 8. 1966 for tht
Town Crawfordville Flo-
WHALEY office of Judge of the District
rida as shown
by map or
Court of Appeal, First. Appellate
plat thereof of record
OFFICE j District. page 572 of Deed Book "C" MINUTES OF THE WAKULLA COUNTY SCHOOL PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN
EQUIPMENT CO. CiveDundermyhand and the C "D" of the public records BOARD MEETING ON JUNE 13, 1966 OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE HWY
CreatSealof the State of of Wakulla County, Florida
Florida, at Tallahassee, ALSO, the following personal The meeting was called to order by Chairman Rodden- r' .
J19 South Adams St. the Capital, this the First to-witi PaulkMr. Today thru. Saturday
property, berry with the following members present:Mr. Thurs., Fri., t Sat.
Corner E. Peiua ola day of July A.D. 1966. 1 model 8 linotype mach- Posey, and Mr. Strickland. Members absent: Mr. Crum.
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA /s/ Tom Adams ine bearing .serial number The meeting was opened with a prayer by Mr. Paulk. I
Secretary of State 4946lr, one 1-xlS Chandler The minutes of the meeting of May 16, 1966 were read
(SEAL) and Price press with Kluge and approved. "SEVEN SLAVES
I "MOONSHINE MOUNTAIN"
771421. feeder, 1 Pony MJehle Cylinder AGAINST THE WORLD"
Press 1 Miller's Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded by Mr. posey, tnat
saw the school calendar be approved as recommended by the "SWAMP COUNTRY"
HENRY :::LLIAMS: trimmer, #3811, 1 Liberty "SHANE""HALLELmAH
Folder #( A 7136, 1 addresso- Superintendent.
REALTY NOTICEIN graph machine 1117618, 1 Voting for the motion:Mr. Roddenberry,Mr. Strickland, i"ANNIE CET YOUR CUN" TRAIL"
file cabinet, 1 double type Mr. Pose, and Mr. Paulk.
COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, ,, rack, all type, linotype metal y Mr. Posey, seconded by Mr. Strickland, that
Reg. Real' Estate Broke WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA and incidental composing the Board direct the Superintendent to accept bids on a
St. Marks. Fla. File No.ESTATE. stones, reglets, leade, pump for the new school and have some Installed. L
ink and paper; one 26 inch Voting for the motion;Mr. Roddenberry,Mr. Strickland,
Phone 741 OF JOJ-INW.FORREST, paper cutter, 1 desk, 1 L. Mr. Posey and Mr. Paulk. .I; I
deceased. C. Smith typewriter, one Moved by Mr. Paulk seconded by Mr. that the
Posey, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
cut off saw and all other e- \
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES NOTICE OF APPLICATION quipment and supplies now Superintendent contact Florida Power Corporation about Sec. 194.16, F.S. ,
DISCHARGE furnishing electrical power for the new school. '
used in the
operation Notice Is Hereby Given, that Charles Barwick the holder of the i
Associate ; for
: Voting the motion Mr. Roddenberry Mt. Strick-
All News. Also following certificates has filed said certificates for a tax deed to
persons are hereby noti1'iedthat
.. M. Hatcher Sr. the undersigned as Admin 2 gas tanks gas heaters, land, Mr. Posey, and Mr. Paulk. be Issued thereon. The certificate numbers and years of issuance,
Phone WA 63201 istratrix, c.t.a. of said estate, one window fan, all news- Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded by Mr. Posey, that the the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed I
has completed the administration paper files in the office and Board employ Willie Harris to assist the mechanic for the are as follows
DAVE HAMRICK thereof and has filed in said the subscription list to the summer months beginning June 14, 1966. Certificate No. 25 Year of Issuance 1962. I
court her application for discharge. Wakulla County News Voting for the motion:Mr. Roddenberry,Mr. Strickland, Description of Property Lot 14, Block 14, Town of Panacea.
INSURANCE AGENCY Objections thereto, I has been filed against you and Mr. Posey, and Mr. Paulk. Name in which assessed Unknown
if any, should be duty filed. I you are required to file your Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded by Mr. Paulk, that the All of said property being in the County of Wakulla, State of Flo-
AUTOMOBILE After filing proof of publication answer or other pleadings tothe Board ask the State Department of Education to conduct a rida.
showing this notice has been 1 1 complaint with the Clerkof the survey of the school plant facilities of Wakulla County. Unless such certificate or certificates shall be redeemed accordingto
BONDS published once a week for four above styled court, and serve a will
Voting for the motion law the property described in such certificate or certificates
Mr. Roddenberry Mr.Strickland
CASUALTY consecutive weeks, the matterof I I copy thereof on the plaintiff's Mr. Posey, and Mr. Paulk.: be sold to the highest bidder at the court house door on the first
distribution of sa I d estate attorney, Edw. J. Hill, 107MJdyetteMoorBullding,1'aUa 1st of
MARINE: will come before the court. Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded by Mr. Posey, that the Monday 1966. in Month of August, 1966, which Is the day August,
First Publication On June 23, 1966 hassee, Florida, not later than Board accept the resignation Mr. L. A. Holmes as Gen- Dated this 5th day of July, 1966.
FIRE: the 26 day of July 1966, and Supervisor.
/*/ Floy F. CaNun I that U you fall to do so a decree Voting for the motion:Mr. Roddenberry Strickland, Moody Pearce
PHONE 877-3108 As Administratrix, c.t.a. of pro confesso will be entered against Mr. Posey, and Mr. Paulk. Clerk of Circuit Court of Wakulla County, Florida i iI
you for the relief demanded Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded by Mr. Paulk, that the I -
1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 estate.6I23.30,77,14. In the I
complaint. Board transfer Mr. Martin from Principal of Crawford-
TALLAHASSEE. FLA. This notice shall be published ville to General Supervisor, and transfer Mr. Wilton
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
WANTED: Man or woman to once a week for four consecu Mathis from teacher at Crawfordville
School to principalat Sec. 194.16 F.S.
succeed Rawleigh dealer in tlveweektintuWakudlaCosmty Crawfordville School. ,
TERRY HARRISHouse Liberty or Franklin County. News, a newspaper in Wakulla Voting for the motion Mr. Roddenberry Mr. Notice is Hereby Given, that W. C. Pearce the holder of the fol-
Over 25 preferred and car County, Florida. Mr. and : Strickland, lowing certificates has filed said certificates for a tax deed to be issued
Wiring. aAppliance necessary. Can earn $125 DONE and ORDERED at Craw- thereon. The certificate numbers and years of issuance, the
Moved by Mr. Strickland that the Board eliminate the
Repair and up per week from start. fordville, Wakulla County, Flo- description of the property, and the names in which it was asses-
Write 220 rida, this 15 day of July 1966. position 01 :SChOOl Board Attorney. Motion died for lack of sed are as follows
Rawleigh FL F
Also Electric Blankets a second.
1145 MernDhislTenn. (SEALi) Certificate No. 6, 48, 59 72 Year of Issuance 1964
MopdyPearce Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded by Mr. Paulk, that Unknown in SE cor. of SI}2, of S 1/2 of NW 1/401 lot 23 HS
CleSi ol the Circuit Court the following people be employed as non-Instructional Herbert Critser Lot 24
Route 1, Box 34 VENDING ROUTE Availablein per- Block E, Magnolia Gardens
Sopchoppy, Florida this area. Will establish: to Edw. J. HillAttorney sonnel for the positions as Indicated for the 1966-67 school Gerald Parlett, Lots 11 C 12 Block L, Magnolia Gardens
Phone WO-22542 qualified at Law year. M. H. Steffen, Lot 44, Block 0, Magnolia Gardens
work. Need own car. Will 107 Ml tte-Moor Building COUNTY OFFICE: County Finance Officer, Mr. R. H. All of said property being in the County of Wakulla, State of Flo-
Tallahassee, Florida Carter Jr. Administrative
Assistant and Federal rida.
Refilling SPARE and TIME collecting INCOME I net nice. Income. Age no obstacle Attorney for Plaintiff Secretary, Mrs. Mary L. Gibson; Maintenance Mr Lon-; Unless such certificate or certificates shall be redeemed accordingto
from NEW TYPE high money will $695 necessary. You 4t-6/23.30,7/7,14. nie Raker and Mr. W.H. MCKenzie; Bus Mechanic Pat law the property described in such certificate or certificates will
quality be fully trained bv_ua.
be sold to the
coin operated dispensers in this Harvey. highest bidder at the court house door on the firstMonday
area. No telling. To qualify FOR RENT" 2 bedroom furnished \ the Old SCHOOL SECRETARIES: Sopchoppy High SchoolMrs. in Month of August, 1966, which is the 1st day of August,
you must: have car, references :, house inWakulla Gardens. Madelyn Crowson; Crawfordville High SChool,Mrs. Wyn- 1966.
$600 to $1900 cash. Seven to $50.00 monthly. Phone WA6- elle Wiginton; Shadeville High School,Mrs. Dorothy Trlp- Dated this 5th day of July, \ 1966.
twelve hours weekly can net excellent 7721. i f ; plett. Moody Pearce
monthly Income. More II BUS DRIVERS: Sopchoppy High School, Mr. Troy Eu- Clerk of Circuit Court of Wakulla County, Florida
full time. For personal inter- banks, Mr. Morris Harrell, Mrs. Mavis Langston, Mr.
view write P. O. BOX 4185, marvis Thomas, Mr. Cecil Nichols, Mr. Theo DePass
PITTSBURGH, PA. 15202. Include Rudd, and Mrs. Frances Smith; Crawfordville High School,
Ktj( Mr._-_W. J._ Crum-, Jr., Mrs.: Carole Mickler, Mr. Bennie
Phillips, Mrs. Edna cioua, ana Mrs. jeanMllier, and Mr. > I
Tailanassct liusiness Firms I Abel Strickland; Shadeville High School Mr. George C. '
I Donaldson, Jr., Mrs. Alene Farmer, Mr. John Thomas, I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED I
I and Mr. Clifton Williams; Buckhorn Elementary School, Laws of 1935 i
I. DIRECTORY Mr. Willie Harris; St. Marks Elementary School, Mrs. Notice is hereby given that Steve ReveU c ferule Kemp Bolder od
Nellie Lambert. | filed Tax Certificate No. 26, Issued the 3rd day of June, A.D. 1966, ha|
LUNCHROOM PERSONNEL: Sopchoppy High School, issued same thereon.in my Said office; has made application for a Tax D describe
Mrs. Bessie Revell Mrs. Certificate embraces the following !
Manager, Willie Mae Porter, P- >peity in the
PATRONIZE TIESE ADVERTISERS Mrs. Willie Lee Reynolds, and Mrs. Delma Roberts In SE County of Wakulla, State of Florida, to-wltt I'
I I I IO. Crawfordville High School, Mrs. Eloise Harvey, Man vey Cornerof S 1/2 of S 1/2 of NW 1/4 of Lot 23 Hartisfleld Sur-
ager, Mrs. Rossie Wildern, Mrs. Ella Mae Jones, and The
F R M erAh Mrs. Anny K. Harper and Mrs. Lena Sanders;Shadeville in the assessment name of of said property under said Certificate issued wa
u=1 High School, Mrs. Alberta Lewis and Mrs. Estella Jones; Unless said Certificate 1Jalanavn.
FEEDSF1Jnt I. GRAMLING St. Marks Elementary School, Mrs. Edith Giddens; Buck party described therein shall be redeemed according to law,
& CO. horn Elementary School, Mrs. Janie Allen. Courthouse door on the shall be sold to tIE highest bidder at the
CUSTODIANS: Sopchoppy High SchoolMr. James Law- which is the 1st day of Monday in the month 01 August, 1966,
One-Stop Service for hon; Crawfordville High School, Mr. Winton Cox; Shade- Dated this 5th day of August July, 1966., 1966.
River Mills ville High School, Mr. Fred Johnson; St.Marks Elementary Moody Pearce
soil 8. M. Feed-Seed-Fertilize
nW..I2S.W4 School, Mr. Abel Strickland; Buckhorn Elementary Clerk of Circuit Co.ntof
I Foultry Supplies School, Mr. Bryant All n. WakuUa County, FlorIda .
Garden Tools Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded by Mr. Posey, that the
board employ the following personnel In NOTICE
So. Adam at S.A.L.R.R. positions to conduct OF APPLICATION
the 1966 summer school. FOR TAX DEED
Baker-Alford Co. INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNEL: Inez Walker, George
the Po<, Houit" Light Wtigkt end RegularCoaorete Phone 2224112 Green, Mable Hicks, Nannie Ruth Bowen,Myrtice Strick Notice II hereby given that Tilts
for your auto, truck Blake land, John Hall, Gertrude Gowdy, Ida Moore, Annie Ruth Certificate No.4, 38, 46, M'C 75< Strickland, Jr., holder of Tax
Anything Also for Hanson Wood and Williams office; has made of 1964 has filed same In my
ydur power Perryman, Queen Triplett, Olivia Har- application for a Tax Deed
and much Certificate to be <
your hoe! Ind. Inc.S. grett. embraces the
following described In the
208 boat. Adams St. Ph. 222.8380 Adams St at 4-PoinU BUS DRIVERS: Edna Cloud, Frances Smith, and Clifton County of WakuUa, State of Florida, to-witl property
p., Tel. 222-6840 P. 0. Box eel Williams. 1964 ls1ah Thomas, W 15 A
IT!5I5 f! JANITORS: James Lawhon, Winton Cox, Fred Johnson. 1964, containing 15 aces. N1/2 ot S2 of NWl/4, Sec 15
MANAGERS Eloise Harvey, Bessie Rev- Joseph Bailey Lot 111
LUNCHROOM : 1964, Ralph Weaver Block A, Magnolia Gardens
ell Janie Allen, Alberta Lewis .J 1964, ler Lot 46, Block D, Magnolia Gardens
Yaeger, inc.Jnnranft Little Folks Store, Moved by Mr paulk, seconded by Mr. Posey, that bills 1964, Jack rSSHott, 24 Bock;Block N.s Magnolia Cardelll
Inc. be paid as presented. Unless said Gardens.
for the motion: Mr. Paulk, Mr. Posey, Mr. CerUfl e tall be
"The Capital'sMajors perty described: therein t according to law, pro-
for Minor Strickland and Mr. Roddenberry. Courthouse door shall! be sold to the highest bidder at the
on the ;
; and Bmutt Chad,,.'. fitmftur, Toys.eetttarin Moved by Mr.: Strickland, seconded by Mr. Posey, that which is the 1st day of first Monday to the month of August, 1966,
.G lJU'. Hobbies s the meeting adjourn. Dated this 5th August 1J66! *
214 S. Adams St. Tel. 122-4680 Baby Voting for the motion: Mr- paulk Mr. Posey Mr. Of +July' jofig
133 N. Monroe St Ph. J2M146 Moody Pearce
Strickland, and Mr. R'oddenberry. Clerk of Circuit Cog
01WakuUa County, Florida.r .
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Tu llama. M""rott CRAwrORDv'ttE' PERSONALSOtto Mr. and Mrs. Gary SOPCHOPPY NEWSBY Following the wedding of THDMMT. JULI '. ties
LOCAL BOY ON
,, Brown of Medart announcethe their son, Jimmy, to Joyce I
DEAN'S LIST 'I Davidson spent his arrival of a baby girl Louise C. Sapp Tyre on Saturday at the I
The Dean's List for Trimester two weeks vacation with his born at Tallahassee Mem- Fellowship Baptist Churchin ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rex orial Hospital Tuesday Tallahassee, Mr. an< Justice &Mra. B.K.Ro-
II at Florida state Miss June Roberts Miss
Mrs. Harold Miawald hat berts of Tallahassee spent
Davidson of Wakulla Flo-
; University was announced morning Mattie Revell and Mrs.
their with his
-- ra rida. Otto returned to Auburn as/ guest at their cot- Sunday
today. Edna Green attended the
Alabama where he is tage on the Ochlockonee Mrs. Florida Roberts.Mr. .
Undergraduates carry- NOW HEAR THIS baseball game held in Atlanta River the
Ing 12 ormore hours of work employed as Assistant I Stadium Atlanta, : I Roderick
Mrs. R. H. and Mrs.
were for Manager with W. T.Grants the Hearing Aid weekend of Stowell
eligible the Dean'sList According to Georgia, the and three childrenof
Joey Linda, and RIchard Tucker and
In the Schools of Bus- Company.Mrs. Industry Corfercnre mOlt hearing June 24 and 25. Dodgersand Futreel of Ft. Lauderdale spent
iness, Music,Home Economics JOIst remit from onr of four prin. Atlanta Braves play- Naples
Florida, Mrs. Gloria Tuesday visitinghis
infection, Mai- Friday to
Miller of They are
and Social Welfare cipal cauiti the taking
In ed with Braves -
the basic studies Newport entered Jackson- otoicleroii (bone diiorder), noise 4-3 victory In the wald Thompson and baby of aunt, Mrs. Walter
program ville million American a Ocala, Florida; Miss Kathy Harms.
newsin If their grade Hospital last Sunday and age Six also
was They won
average for who lufffrmg from hearing night game. Miawald, Miss Gayle Tar-
3. (B) or higher. surgery. louei are of varying degree could be the afternoon game 31. ben, Mrs. Ann Miawald, Mrs. Kittrell and her
Students In the College of L,Townsend helped through medicine surgery The total attendance for Mr. and Mrs. Hartley daughter and husband spent
Ana and Sciences and son Jack and Blllle Helyn, or the use of a hearing aid. How both games was 79,000 Peck, Mr. and Mrs. Wal- the 4th with her daughterand
School of Engineering Hammlck returned last ever, they do not know they can ter Clark and son, Mr. husband Nell Kittrell.
Science were placed on the they will not admit -
fcus Dean's List If their week after a few days visit helped their ton and Mr. Robert Griffin and and Mrs. Jerry Hodge
averagewas to or tec gmrc entered
and family, Mr. and Mr. Ben Isler
3.25 to Jamestown, Tenn. help Why not two grandsons of Ochlockonee -
or higher and seek the lalahle last
Keith Hodge and Mrs. Sal- Memorial Hospital
IIf f time one of Georgia visited Mr.
those in Education and Nur- invest a little your
-------- sing if their average was Mrs. Virginia Keightley I these long Summer days and gel and Mrs. L. C. Sapp and ly Durrance, all of Tal- Friday, he has been ill for
-- returned home tcd? Be other friends last lahassee, Mr. and Mrs. some time.
The Chrhtlon Science Monitor 3.5 or higher. Sunday from your hearing f< lure you Wednes- .
On.Norway St.,Boston Mou.02111 Florida students on the her vacation to Tenn.,Kentucky are not one 01 f the tin million milling -: day. Myron Hodge, Mrs. Del- reunion
Dean's List home and Ohio. Greg remained out on the wonderful world of I ma Roberts, Mrs. Collie The Grant family -
PIMM enter my tubicrlption to the by town Roberts Colvin and held last Sunday at
and Included in Nashville,Tennessee lound ___ __ I Mrs. was
Monitor for the period checked below county : t for a two weeks Nellie Raker of Sopchop- the home of Claxton Vause,
I endow$__.. IU.s.Fund) Wakulla County: Craw- with his sister, Mrs. stay Bill py. Sr. Those from out of town
Q 1 YEAR S24 Q 6 month $12 fordville, Julian L. Lew- I Merryman and family.Mr. SPECIALSSPECIALS were Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso
Is, Jr. Weekend Grant of St. Petersburg
Q 9 month' %6 I guests of Mr.
and Mrs.H.F.Mllls and Mta. L. B. Simmonswere Mr. andMrs.AndrewGranj
Nome Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grant
and Mrs.Mills slsteisoph-; their daughter, Mr.
Short ..... ..__.__.__ ia.,spent last Friday in Cry- I FRI.. SAT., and Mi's. Earl T.lunton and Mr. and Mrs.John Berry of
City...__..- ._.____, stal River visiting relat- two children, Kathy and Tallahassee of Mr.OrlandoMr.and and Mrs.. .
ives. !Robert of Alexandria CI- Roy
State_ ZIP Code___.. GALLON HOMOGENIZED BORDENS r/. Alabama, Mr. and Mrs:' Mrs. Jack Toutchtonand
Cog returned U urlle Simmon of Tal- son, Mrs Alice Jonesof
to Knoxville by plane last lahassee, granddaughter, I Jacksonville. Mrs. Al-
J MCCLENDON FUNERAL Monday after visiting her Mrs. Jeanette Taunton. cona Berry returned with
parents Mr. andMrs.Sel- Land, her husband, Terry, her sisiter.Mrs. Toutchtof.
HOME don Cogdlll of St. Marks. Milk PLUS and their two sons, Tracy II and daugherAlice,after a
JUG 99cMaxwel and Darrel, of Panama City weeks visit with them and
AMBULANCE SERVICE Mrs. T.S. Barrow returned Florida. Vacationing I her sister Mrs. Grace
from Tallahassee from Detroit, Michigan, is Mason.
Memorial last Thursdayafter I another daughter, MaggieLee
PHONE 385-1161 Jallahatttt Fla. a weeks stay due to a House COFFEE, 1 lib: can 79c and husband Bill Klin- Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
fall she received at her ger and their daughter Strickland and two
home. -- Janet we is married to enjoyed a 2-day camping
.. Sirloin S T E.A K lb. J9c John Rosmouson. An out- trip starting in their boat
door fish fry was celebrated near the head of Waclssa
River went down as far
by the sixteen guests they
Hail_ Center Cut lb. 89c Sunday evening with boating as Goose s Pasture below
swimming and water Newport and spent the
skiing enjoyed by all. night. Mrs. Strickland's
IB mother Mrs. Boen Bectonof
and Bullie Edwards Panacea drove up and
Mr. Mrs. -
Grade "A" FRYERS b:, 33c"Bama and family Thorn- brought them home onSun-
_. -. .. asvllle, Georgia, visited day.
This is one way MAYONNAISE, qt. 49Lindy end.relatives here last week- Miss Sueann Peers of
.. Clew-iston, Fla., is spend-
I to keep cool. Cream Style CORN 303 2/for/ 331 Miss Elaine Revell of ing this month assistingthe
'. .. Tallahassee is visiting her Methodist Church Bible
father, Mr. Hardie Revell. Schools In the county.Miss
I (But rather confining.) Green PEANUTS . 25c Also visiting Mr. Revellis Peers is a sophomore at
... his son, Lawrence,from Southern College in Lake-
\ BANANAS 2 lbs.: 2 c New York. land and is acting as Rural
\ : Worker Assistant for the
:: !Ffi t\\ Mr. and Mrs. Pete Haye Tallahassee Dist of WSCS.
f' WE SELL and children spent the
", weekend with Mrs. Elsie Miss Valrie Hodge returned -
I .' ," ITIIAVElERSI MON EY ORDERSSHOP Roddenberry. Mrs. Hayeis to her home in Tallahassee -
a granddaughter and they after visiting her grandmother _
I !"j AI' were enroute home from a Mrs. Delma Ro,
, l n ery, vacation in the Smokey berts. Valrie had planned to
!r : ; LOCALLY AND SAVE Mountains. Mrs. Cora Lee attend Baptist Vacation Bible -
I Meadows vacationed with School here, but became
a PIGOTT'S STORE them and is now staying ill with mumps and had to
with her mother Mrs.Rod- return home. We wish her a
I :MFDAUT; speedy
.1 denberry. recovery.
Mrs. A. D. Mercer and
,,1 1kfz4 PIGOTTSCASH daughter of Tampa are Miss Allene Harrell is
taking a cosmotology
spending part of the summer -
AND course at Alice's Beauty
CARRY at her cabin on the
Ochlockonee River. Mrs.
FORMERLY DURRKHCE STORE Mercer is a daughter of
Leroy Langston. They visited -
Shop Here For Mrs. Walter Harmson VACATION TIP
? I I I Friday. Whether thin years vacation
1 I ALUMINUM SCREEN WIRE takes you to new pans of the worldor
Mr. and Mrs. John Cato familiar ground the infectionand
and two children moved to
odor-cauung bacteria that
-t; MAPLES CONCRETE PRODUCTS Tallahassee last Saturday.We on skin will be there too.grow To
: My are sorry to lose this protect your family, take along sev.
L I BUILDING SUPPLIES-AUTO P30TS family from our community. eral bars of an antibacterial soap
i AU Mr. Cato is employedas luch at Dial. which contains hexachlorophene <
an Auditor with the State For camping trips,
FFFDSEEDFERTILIZERPHONE Road wash cloths and towels for each
A i itr ix Dept.
f family member are alto euential
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS WA 6-5501
J 4.5% ]
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M ,. paid mi-annually ]
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And then there's flameless electric : : %
AIR CONDITIONING that lets you roam the :5
entire house in cool comfort. (Low humidity, too.) rr .
Mtrt than hill At homes w, sent sri Soled, iJufrfcaffyl' Join THE HAIr HUH 6 MONTH
: FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION -T- s ,
WIly rtw riite MimnwcT A$M....all..**.IUw. _. _
will be Vi.*.,to.Kh Fiord Power Corpmlion cu'_
who rapUcn,fl.m..typ",......Ing lytlwn with WHCHf HOUSE
.'Ixtriccool'ng ind.h.nn0' b.lws.n June lit and Augutl 3IK.