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'OLOMS.48: I RESOURCESATTRACT TOM RAKER ACCEPTSNEW I I AUGUST SECOND I' I
IATIONAL FMA DISCUSSES SEN. L. P. GIBSON WATER INDUSTRYThe POSITIONTom BIG DAY
4MBULA.VCE SERVICEJacksonville CHAMBER GUEST a Talla-
FARM' SAFETY WEEKSAFETY world'd; Raker, Director of man is campaigning -
July 18 The Wakulla County U. S. has the Research and Education for hassee 37 counties, from
In response to concern expressed Chamber of Commerce met most efficient farmers the State Treasurer's Office
JULY physicians and Tuesday night at the Oaks efficient that they have released Pensacola to
by has accepted a posit
? 1966 the unexpir-
hospitals over the discon Restaurant for their reg- over 30 people per Public Relations to Ocala,
tinuance of ambulance ser- ular monthly meeting. farmer to move into the for the Florida ed term of the late Dis-
't vice in several Florida Bernard Wilson, presi- towns and cities. This is Director Association of insurance trict Court of Appeals
counties, the Florida Med dent presided.Sen. the reason why we are becoming Companies, Inc. Judge, WallaceSturgls.Hlsopponent is a resident of : I
ical Association today suggested L P. Gibson, of the world's most FA1C President Jack by
a solution to the Perry, democratic nomi- industrial nation. Jacksonville, Jacksonville, appointed
Quaritius Burns after -
problem.In nee for the State Senate Since industry uses more siad Raker 'will initiate Governor Haydon Burns'personal
a policy statement by was introduced by Fred water than any other group a broad public relations many years as t
executive committee of immediate past water is becoming our attorney. 1
the Keightley, for our Assoc
program did his under- :
its Board of Governors, the president of the organization number one demand for the iation throughout Florida Spector ; \
is VICTORY OVER ACCIUNTS FMA suggested that independent Senator Gibson expressed future, according to J. B. to advise the public of the graduate work in West his Vir-law
and received NEW BIOLOGY FOR
ambulance opera his thanks for the Miller, of the insurance industry
COUNTY AGENT'S CORNERf tors (largely funeral estab support that he received in wakulla Soil and Water Impact on the entire State. degree in Florida.privately After for SOPCHOPPY HIGH SCHOOL
continue to and second Conservation District. By practicing
lishments) pro both the first is a veteran news-
he was appointed Walter H.Scott plansto
vide service through fran primaries. 1980, Industrial plants will with some years,
E. R. Vheaton public relations man Assistant Attorney teach a new biology
BY chise-subsidy agreementswith The Chamber went on increase many fold. The in
19 years experience in 1959 by the Hon- at Sopchoppy High
or city solicit the cities that have the avail-
County Agent county govern record to support radio, television
National Farm gafpry: Week ments to compensate open of the Chambers of able water will get the In- magazine and public orable Richard W. Ervin, this fall. The course
of the Florida be known BSCS Biology.
a Justice as
24 an services rendered dustries.
.Tuly ators for Commerce in Leon,Franklin relations throughout
to those unable to pay. counties as well as the The amount of water used I Supreme Court. He It has been sponsored and
American farmers have The medical group said panacea Chamber for improvement for any product varies Florida.He has worked for the i continued his public ser- financed by the American
achieved more progress such an arrangement wouldbe I of the highway widely, according to the Tallahassee Democrat, vice under Attorneys General Institute of Biological
during the past three decades much more efficient and from Tallahassee to the process used efficiency of Orlando Sentinel, Lakeland jimmy KynesandEarlFaircloth. Sciences (AIDS)
than in all our pre economical than ambulance Ochlockonee River. the plants the degree to and Tampa Trib National Science
vious history. Thanks to services operated in con President Wilson announced which water Is recirculated. Ledger for Miami, Tampa. In commenting on his tion at a cost of three
that progress a single nection with fire or police that at the next and other factors. For une; and Jacksonville background and experience million dollars. The AIBS
Orlando said 'When the Biological
farmer today can do all departments. meeting committees wouldbe instance, the amount of television station 'L111"\- Spector : established
the work that once was per The FMA termed'desirable appointed for the Annual water used in gallons: din( 'lets throughout Florida you have had the opportunity sciences Curriculum Study
formed by four. One Amer and necessary' the Fish Fry that will be held Rayon yam per ton takes : on. He was Capital correspondent to help with the everyday (BSCS) to write, to nation's test the
ican farmer today feeds and Florida law requiring all In September. 250,000 to 403,974 gallons; for the Trib problems of farmers, barbers course In the
attendants I and ton bankers, and workersIn schools, and to revise it as
clothes himself and 32 others ambulance to Paper pulp per in the 1950's.
have first aid I to 80,000, une almost every line of en- necessary. Since 1959 sev-
-- and this is the true training. requires 53,000 Broward
foundation of our national Deploring difficulties arising MRS. ALVA BROGDON paperboard per ton uses Williams State Treasurer said the Insur deavor you quickly devel- eral hundred biologists,
of the 1000 teachers,
from 80,000. op an understanding over biology
abundance. governmentwage 7,692 to
Mr. Alva Brogdon, age ance Association's decisIon relationship between and 150,000 high school
and hour trend toward proper
There is one area of farm regulationsthat The syn-
extablish a public
71 of Carrabelle to contributedto
and individuals have
'so affect undertaking and highly refined government
life, however, which still thetic more relat
Saturday In Carrabelle well information-public and how to main- the success of the coursethrough
needs much improvement. establishments that they products, as as
Hospital following an extended ions program a beneficial ol
afford to of Industry tain a balance to processes
Accidents continue to cost can no longer provide the rapid expansion insurance
the lives of thousands omen ambulance service,' illness calls for increased association"any both and harmful to ne ithe r. writing, testing, and revi
women, and children, the FMA commended the Funeral Services were water supplies. said Raker "is This is the very essence of sion.Mr. ,.
afternoon at Williams
held Tuesday and has had sev
and disable nearly 750,000 funeral homes saying, in the background exper- Scott
3:00 P.M. In the First Bap- certainly the most know in the of
'they deserve ience I have received eral years preparation,
each part great
more year. tist Church. Rev. Joseph AUXILIARY POWER ledgeable man In the public Gen- study and -
conscious.all public appreciation for the Office of the Attorney training experience
Being safety services they have rendered Clark and Rev. Henry Pick- EQUIPMENT INSTALLED relations field In the South eral, which I feel fully with the course whlct
accidents.year long Take can time prevent to to their communities in ern officiated and burial Auxiliary equip- where insurance matters qualifies me as the proper will be helpful in teachingit.
followed in Evergreen power are concerned hold this Important is a four time reci-
the often consider- person
take care. Be alert to a- ment has recently been installed Raker handled State Insurance '
of stipends (
of hazards of able sacrifice. in office. pient
ware ordinary ; Crawfordville
I The R. L. Riley Funeral to Department pub the from the
While ambulance serviceis He has represented mately $4000.00)
daily work but be preparedfor stablize extended area ser- several
I in lic information for
of Carrabelle was
Home before both Foundation -
of Florida Science
not a direct -
the unexpected. Know responsibility vice and toll circuits that with
of the medical profession charge of arrangements.He years as a constant I the state courts and the (NSF), He was selected -
what do in
to an connect
the association's was a resident of the late Treasurer J. Edwin federal courts and was act 'fly the NSF to'partici-
Be open-minded to safety Carrabelle for 40 years py Crawfordville andTal- Larson before he was in the *} institutes
Remember officers pointed out, they lahassee. ive with the state pate in timm r
SAFETY suggestions.,begins at home. felt It necessary to call coming from Gulf County. William P.According Malloy District to Mr. smployed to direct public' field of legislative apport- on .t the bails of his teaching
Information activities by, '
member of the
SWINE TOUR public attention to the problem He Manager of Southeastern ionment. record arid the outstanding
First Methodist Church Williams in April, 1965. Spector is married to the improvements hs has madein
A group of farmers from 76 of Telephone Company, the Thr Treasurer pointedout
Masonic Lodge # former Lecky Lanier of his areas of instruction. -
Wakulla County will participate thirty-three ((33) KC
Apalachicola veteran of that
Tallahassee. They live at He Is studying biologyat
July 29 in a erator Installed In
SOCIAL SECURITY NEWS WW-1 and a retired Garage is evident in the tremend 1510 Golf Terrace DriveIn Florida State University -
tour of five swine opera- fordvllle, provides stand- ously Improved under
tions in Madison County and Persons nearing age 65 owner.Survivors are his wive, by power In case of a power standing the public has of Spector's Tallahassee.headquartersat this an summer.As undergraduate. In
In Live Oak, the Florida should apply for social security failure as experienced dur- office today over the
Mrs. Mattie Brogdon, Car- my 131 West Jefferson college he won a scholarship -
Swine Evaluation Test Cen- 3 months before their ing the recent hurricane. situation as it existed 16
rabelle two daughters, has exam-
Street Tallahassee, by competitive
ter and Animal Disease Malloy stated this facil- *
65th birthday. This Is true months .
Miss Gloria Jean Brogdon, agoQuar1t1us been a beehive of activity. ination to help finance his
Diagnostic Lab. InMadisonthe whether or not the worker and Mrs.Mary Helen Kuch- ity will greatly stabilize said the Association Friends and relatives education.
tour will focus atten- plans to retire accordingto ler of Miami; two sons, long distance telephone program will involve well-wishers and supporters college During his teaching car-
tion on farrowing facilities, Ed Womack, Acting District John David Brogdon and service in this area by minImizing every aspect of the have been Hooding his eer, Mr. Scott has studiedand
feeding operations, and Manager of the Tal- Alva L. Brogdon, both of outages resulting insurance business, including office with telephone calls, worked with biology
general swine operations. lahassee Social Security from power Interruptions.The life and accidentand
Carrabelle; three sisters, letters and offers of as- teachers from four continents -
At Live Oak, two centers Office. A person 65 or older Mrs. Etta Bailey of Jacksonville generator was Installed health as well as fire sistance. Spector said hems and understands the
will be visited which are can qualify for both hos- Mrs. Wilma Lee at a cost of $5,000 and casualty.He teach-
overjoyed at the responseof problems of biology
operated to assist farmersin pital and medical Insuranceeven by Southeastern Telephone said "we have a tremendous
Sellers and Mrs. Mary friends from every walk ing (and of the other
evaluating their own if he continues to work Company In meeting needs to tell in
parrish both of Wilmington story broad
of life and from every part sciences) from a
swine operationsThe E- full time or If he has never three brothers for service in this area. Florida. The Insurance Industry ,
valuation N. C.; of our great state. perspective. It is his belief -
Test Center worked under social secur Is the State's big *
Brogdon, Spector emphasizes that that the course he plans
where hogs are put througha ity. If a person wants pro- hassee Oscar Brogdon of gest business, and we in
series of KENNtrH MCALLISTERFuneral he Is not really running'against' to teach In biology
feeding tests tection under the 'doctor- felt
the FAIC long
Fla. and Hoyt
Indian Pass, his Jacksonville is educational and will
and the Diagnostic Lab bill' of Medicare to be this factto very
pan of Jacksonville services for the need to bring
which determines disease Brogdon ; opponent. Instead,he states meet the needs, of his students -
effective with the month he and eight grandchildren. Cliffton (Jim) Mc- the public's attention. his their
and other disorders of Kenneth that he will stress own regardless of
becomes 65 an application -
Allister 61, Jacksonville, experienceand *
swine. 'background aptitude or carve goals.
must be filed early. NOTICE TO FARMERS
who died Friday evening in as an Assistant -
training He is eager to 1start-
WHEN ctrr AROSE There Is a 7 months periodfor
ACP FALL SIGNUP following ENGAGEMENT
A rose bud cut late in the signing up. This Is the a Jacksonville Attorney General under ed with it. About once every
a brief Illness, was three Attorneys Gen- the
two years during past
afternoon will last longer 3 months before 65 the
The regular signup for held Monday at 2 P.M.. Mrs. Richard Durant of eral. He does ask everyonewho decade Mr. Scott has revised -
than one cut in the morning. month of the 65th birthday, fall and winter practices from the Whiddon Lake panacea announces the engagement is Interested in a bet- and Improved each
Buds should be cut just after and the 3 following months.If .
will begin August 1st and Primitive Baptist Church of her daughter,, ter Judicial system to get science course he has
the green sepals fold a person does not file continue through August Crawfordville. Linda Durant. to Mr. Ronald and
near out vote on Tuesday. taught to include more basic
back toward the stem and within the first 3 months of
31st at local ASCS Whid- of
your Burial followed in N. Thompson son August 2. science needed in the
the outside petals loosen this 7 months period he office. Please try to comein don Lake Cemetery with v1r. and Mrs.Native Thompson student's everyday living
and stan to unfurl. Bloomscut will have to wait from 1 to
during this period as Northside also of Miss
Key McCabe panacea. W.E. WHALEY TO SPEAK and also to Include the most
as tight buds will fail to 3 months after he signs up anyone who comes in late Funeral Home in charge of Durant is also the daughterof from
recent knowledge research -
open. Be sure to use a sharp for this medical Insuranceto will only have a chance at arrangements.A the late Richard Durant. AT WOMAN'S CLUB to better meet the
knife or pruning shears, a become effective. Womack funds turned back by some- of Wakulla attneded
native Miss Durant The Crawfordville Woman's needs of all his students.Mr. .
clean cut will prevent die also stated that those one else. County, he had lived in Florida State Universityfor club will hold their Scott resides with
back -- a blackening of filing more than 3 months The practices that are for the and attend
Jacksonville past one year plans regular monthly meeting his wife and three children -
stems and dying back from after 65 can qualify for
available for costsharingare there Technical
20 years, moving Lively Tuesday night August 2nd, at 1903 E. Indlanhead
the tip or pruning cut. Hospital insurance only wlU at liming, dolomite, establishing from cocoa. He was a School this fall. Mr. at 8 P.M. Drive) Tallahassee. Florida. .
the present time. They permanent pas- member of the Lanes Avenue Thompson is presently attending .
be given another opportunity ture, establishing winter Church of God and owned Lively and will finish Mr. W. E. Whaley Wak-
in tau 1967 to get the cover crops or planting and operated a Jacksonville the Aircraft Powerplant ulla County Superintendentof
Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Doeter 31U Insurance bat public Instruction will
trees.If grocery store.Survivors Course next summer.Mill Mrs. W. J. Crum Jr..
Tucker and son Larry It will not be effective until be our guest speaker. The
have questions Include his and Thompson left
you any Durant Mr. by plane Saturday for avomonth
from Norfolk,Va.,left Friday July. 1968. If you have subject will be "The Civil
about ACP please come widow, Mrs. Polly McAl attended Sopchoppy High stay in France
Tucker'ssister about Medicare Rights Act of 1964 and Its
to visit Mr. questions
any discuss It with
me. lister, Jacksonville; two School. with her daughter Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs.Laurence you can see a representative Implication for Wakulla
daughters, Mrs.Ruth Davis Tbe wedding Is plannedfor Mrs. Barney Holcomb,
the Tallahassee Schools.
Cabler In Columbus I.
punta Gorda; and Mrs. 3 at Riverside Tlmmy. and .
severalday. t August interesting new grandson.Mrs.
Ga., after spending Social Security District This will be a very -
Judy Pat Pigott crawford- Baptist Church In panacea. Crum plans to tour
here with Mr. TUck- Office at the Craw- Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Barrow and one brother program.All .
ville some of the
er's mother, Mrs.Mimmle fordville Courthouse at and Mrs. Cedell Bar- Duke McAllister members are urgedto
Sheriff countries while there.
Mrs. Idelle Pelt returned
attended the funeral of
Tucker. 9:30 A.M on Wednesday row Oak. attend and bring a guest
Wlldern Mrs. T. S. Barrow's aunt. Live home Sunday after a weekend -
MIlS Darlene August 10. They will be refreshments will be'sexed -
visited In Troy. Ala., over glad to help you any way Mrs. Joseph Williams In visit with her daughter SUBSCRIBE TO
the weekend. possible. Jessup Ga., Monday. in Perry. THE NEWSIJ4.
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WAKULLA COUNTY.NEWS LEGAL NOTICE f MIND ;r'ES OF THE WAKULLA COUNTY SPARE TIME INCOME
.!!ill r,, DMLg.. 1966 ;" In the Court of the County LEGAL NOTICE SCHOOL BOARD MEETING ON JULY 18,1966The money Refilling from and NEW collecting TYPE l
Judge Wakulla County, Florida Chairman Rod-
In Probate. meeting was called to order by Mr. high quality coin operated
IN REa Estate of NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO denberry with the following members present: dispensers in this area. I
MAKE APPLICATIONFOR Paulk Mr. posey and Mr.Strickland. No selling. To qualify
E. J. Langston, Crum. Mr. you FOR" SALE: Lot 50 100"1
WAKUlLA FINAL DISCHARGE must have car references
Deceased. absent: None. feet, In
To The meeting was opened with a ,prayer by Mr. $600 to $1900 cash. Sevento Magnolia Gardens. I
AU Creditors and Persons Panacea
In Court of the Strickland that Florida. Will
NEWS County seconded by Mr. twelve hours ac-
COUNTY Having Claims or Demands A- Wakulla County, Judgel Moved by Mr. Paulk, weekly can cept any reasonable '
gatast Said Estate FloridaIn the minutes be approved as read. net excellent monthly in- Write Mra. Alma Hollana- I
Taephone WAAnst 1-1101 You for the motion: Mr. Crum Mr. Paulk Mr. come. More full time. For "
and each of you are here' re the Estate of ) Voting Roddenberry. Rt. 4. Box 43-A,
by notified and required to pre Dock W. Simmons) In Probate Posey and Mr. Strickland and Mr. that the personal Interview writeP. Ga. 31014; Cochran ,
sent any claims and demands Deceased. ) Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded by Mr. Posey affiliated 0. BOX 10573.DALLAS,
which you, or either of you, Wakulla County Schools make application to become Texas 75207. Include phone I i
may have against the estate of To AU Whom It May Concern with the Southern Association of Colleges and number.
E. 1. Langston, deceased, late Notice is hereby given that Schools. ltp-7/28. iI I
of said to the Nolle Burge filed her final Mr.
County, County report Voting for the motion: Mr. Crum Mr. Paulk
Virginia KllU' y .... Wltor Judge of Wakulla County, Florida as Executrix of the estate Strickland and Mr. Roddenberry.
at his office In the court of DockW. Simmons, deceased. Posey, Mr. Paulk that OvidE.
seconded by Mr.
house of said County at Craw- that she filed has petition for Moved by Mr. Posey, SPECIALsSPECIALS
Crswfordevlll! \ Florida, fordville, Florida within six final discharge, and that she wll Sanders be granted five days annual leave from Aug- I
Entered at calendar months from the time apply to the Honorable George L. ust 8, through 12, 1966.
*i second clMi m.tter. of the first publication of this Harper County Judge of Wa- Voting for the motion: Mr. Crum Mr. Paulk, Mr.
', rate $3.00 per year o notice. Two copies of each kulla County, Florida, on the Posey Mr. Strickland, and Mr. Roddenberry.
'claim or demand shall be In 15th day of August, 1966 forapproval Moved by Mr. Paulk. ended by Mr.Strickland, that FRI., SAT.. I
o writing, and shall state the of same and for final the bills be paid as prep- .J.
place of residence and post office discharge as Executrix of the Voting for the motion: Mr Crum, Mr. Paulk, Mr. I IFFRYERr
If You heed : address of the claimant, estate of Dock W. Simmons, Mr. Strickland and Mr. Roddenberry.
and shall be sworn to by the deceased on this 6th day of: Posey, that the
claimant his 1966. Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded by Mr. Posey
Office Supplies agent, or attorney July I
units to be used in com- A
Office Furniture and accompanied by a filing fee Nolle BurgeExecutrix purchase
e oi one dollar and such claim cc of the estate of mercial classes. lb.
Business Machines demand not so filed shall be Dock W. Simmons, Voting for the motion: Mr. Crum Mr. Paulk, Mr. 29
80 or Call void. deceased. Posey, Mr. Strickland and Mr. Roddenberry.
RANEY WHALEYAt /*/ Amos Ian stop 714,21,28,84.NOTICE Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded by Mr. Crum,
As Administrator of the Estateof that the Superintendent be instructed to write Mrs. Smoked PICNIC Shoulders lb.
E. J. Langston deceased.4t722.214.171.124. Smith requesting that editorial comment be reported obJectively ,
and not presented in a one-sided prejudiced
EQUIPMENT CO. manner. Boneless BEEF ROAST- '79c
FOR TAX DEED
for the motion Mr. Crum Mr. Paulk Mr.
319 South Adams St. Sec. 194.16, F.S. Voting : ......
Posey Mr. Strickland, and Mr. Roddenberry. .
Corner E. Pensa ol Notice Is Hereby Given that Charles Barwick the holder of the Moved by Mr. Paulk seconded by Mr. Posey, that all Sirloin STEAK i lb.; 79c
following certificates has filed said certificates for deedto :
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA a tax pupil school assignment choice forms be approved with
be t Issued thereon. The certificate numbers and years of issuance,
the description of the property, and the names In which it was assessed the following exceptions: Floyd Ransom Lloyd Ransom T. BONE STEAK lb. '
are as follows Ranchel Ransom Jessie Ransom, John C. Mills. The o ,89c'MARTHA
Certificate No. 25 Year W Issuance 1962 choice of assignment of the above students were denied .
Ascription of Property Lot 14, Block 14, Town of Panacea. because of the fact that they chose to attend a school
Name In which assessed Unknown which was not served by a bus from the school of their WHITE PANCAKE MIX 6l42.Oz,10,for 89c
REAL1YKeg. !: AU of said property being in the County of Wakulla, State of Flo- choice. These students are to be given another choice of -
rlda. school. DEL MONTE CATSUP, 20-ct. BOTTLE 29c
Unless such certificate or certificates shall be redeemed accordingto Voting for the motion: Mr. Crum, Mr. Paulk, Mr.
Real Estate Broker law the propertydescribed in such certificate or certificates will Posey Mr. Strickland, and Mr. Roddenberry. ACE e- f59c
T E AIAMERICAN
be sold to the highest bidder at the court house door on the first
Moved Mr. Strickland seconded by Mr. Posey,
St. Marks Fla. Monday in Month of August, 1966, which Is the 1st day of August, by
1966.' that the meeting adjourn.
Phone 74I Dated this 5th day of July, 1966. Voting for the motion; Mr. Crum, Mr. Paulk, Mr. BLUE CHEER Giant. Size 79c
Posey Mr. Strickland, and Mr. Roddenberry.ALLAHASSEE .
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES Moody Pearce ""
Clerk of Circuit Court f Wkkulla Florida Green PEANUTS :.25c
) County, . . .
Associate: tHEAtRES; I ''
.. 3. Hatcher, Sr. BANANAS ,2 Ibs. 25cSflL
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED I 0
Phone 14 6-3201
FLORIDA !: STATE
Sec. 194. 16, F.S. -
DAVE HAMRICK Notice is Hereby Given that W. C. Pearce the holder of the fol- WE I IITltAV1LERSI
lowing cert1 catesbalDled t.ld certificates for a tax deed to be issued Today thru Saturday
INSURANCE AGENCY thereon. The certificate numbers and years of Issuance the "LOST COMMAND" MON EY ORDERS \
description of the property and the names In which it was assesred Now Showing
are as follows
AUTOMOBILE Saturday Morning: Only
Certificate No. 6, 48, 59. 72 Year of Issuance 1964 Elvis Presley
BONDS Unknown in SE cor. of S1)2, of S 1/2 of NW 1/4 of lot 23 HS In "Kiddie Cartoon Carnival" SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVE
CASUALTY Herbert Critser, Lot 24, Block E, Magnolia Gardens featuring"PARADISE
Gerald Parlett Lots 11 C; 12 Block L, Magnolia Gardens
MARINE M. H. Steffen, Lot 44, Block 0, Magnolia Gardens STYLE"- I 1,"FLASH the Teenage Otter" PIGQTT/S STORE.
All of said property being in the County of Wakulla State of Florida HAWAJIAN. Plus"Speed0Rama" MEDART!
'FIRE Cartoons _
877-3108 Unless such certificate or certificates shall be redeemed accordingto Open 9 AM,
PHONE law the p-opertydescrfbed In such certificate or certificates will PIGOTT/S
Show Starts 10 .
Box 1873 be sold to the highest bidder at the court house door on the first AM .
1831 Monday in Month of August, 1966, which is the 1st day of August, ASH
TALLAHASSEE. FLA. 1966. TRAY HISHWAY CAPITOL DftIYImOH AND CARRY
---.- Dated this Sib day of July, 1966. OUTDOOR WMBY1U NWT. .
TERRY HARRIS *.!'.."xty Pearce r DURRANCE STOKE. I
Ck! of Circuit Court of Wakulla County, Florid Thursday
uusc Wiring. h'Appliance Today thru Saturday Friday Gj Saturday Shop Here For
Repair 1 Kirk Douglas |JamesStewartMaureenO'Haroit
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Also Electric Blankets Laws of 1935 n "THE RARE BREED" SCREEN( WIDE
"CAST A GIANT SHADOW"'
Route 1, Box 34 -,'I Is hereby given that Tills Strickland Jr. holder of Tax Dana Andrews Jane Russell MAPLES CONCRETE PRODUCTS
Sopchopp, Florida i Certificate No. 4, 38, 46, 68, C; 76 of 1964, has filed same in my also "JOHNNY RENO"
Phone VO-22.V42; i office) has made application for a Tax Deed to be issued thereon. Lewis 3UILDING SUPPLIES-AIITlJ-P4RTS
embraces the described the Jerry Dean Martin Carl
Said Certificate following property in Moehncr Ann Savo
of Wakulla State of Florida to-witi in
SPA RE TIME INCOME -FEED-SEED-FERTILIZER .
Refilling and collecting Money' 9l.ah l Thomas, W 15 A. of Nl/2 of SI/2 of N Vl/4, Sec 15 "THE
from NEW TYPE high quality _"':, Iw, containing 15 acres. CADDY"J. PlaNE
coin operated dispensers in this lyt-4, Joseph Bailey, Lot 111 Block A, Magnolia Gardens STANDARn OIL PRODUCTS WAss 1
1964 Leslie Johnson Lot 24 Block N., Magnolia Gardens ..
area. No selling To qualify Board Decor II F
you must have car, references 1964, Jack Fussell, Lot 9, Block; Q, Magnolia Gardens. if
$600 to $1900 cash. to Unless said Certificate shall be redeemed according to law, property Giant checkerboard! squares-in YOU DO HAVE A
twelve hours weekly described therein shall be sold to the highest bidder at the contrasting colon to match decor CHOICEHELP
cellent monthly Inci Courthouse door on the first Monday in the month of August, 1966, -painted on a family room wall
full time. For personal interview which Is the 1st day of August 1966. will create a vivid background to ELECT AS JUDGE
write P. O. BOX 4185 Dated this 5th day of July, 1966. showcase picture and provide
PITTSBURGH PA. 15202. Include guidelines f< hanging them The
phone number. MocJ .oarce Picture and Frame Institute tug-
Clerk 01 -Ircult Court of Wakulla County Florida. hanging favorite
grits prints, family j
photographs, needlework samples, SAM SPECTOR OF TALLAHASSEE 0
Itildren's drawings, or vacation
Tallahassee Business Firms
napihots. Frame separately and TO THE DISTRICT COURT Of APPEALA
hang in individual squares
I DIRECTORYPATRONIZE TU Onantuf Mamso man with these qualifications asks for your consideration and vote;
1. Assistant Attorney-General for last 7 year.
2. Served under
Richard W. Ervin
THESE ADVERflSERS sors Jimmy Kynes and Earl Haircloth and his UCC"
) 3. Graduate of West Virginia University
F R M 4. Specialist in Constitutional Law
FEEDS'Flint J! D. I. GRAMLING before the Supreme Court of the United; represented States your State
: O..-Stop Service for r42
MIS S. ..011.Hirer... Ph..Mills MJ.0274 FeedSeedFertilizeFoultry newsin ueari of age 'J
I I Supplies Harried to former Lecky
Lanier of Tallahassee
i Ada mi at S.A.L.R
''Baker'A ford Crowing
Light Wtifkt and Regular Phone "affttn:: ffCUS
TA Pavtt Houte" Conor*!.Blocky ----'
Hanson Wood and -
tractor. Also for your poser A MAN WHO .
lawnmower and much for your Hoel Ind.,Inc. ---------- UNDERSTANDS THE EVERY DAY PROBLEMS
'' S. Adam St. at 4-PolnU The Oxbtkm Scbnco' MrnitorOn OF ALL OF US
tr' Adams St. Ph. 222.8380 Tel. 222-5840 P. 0. Box 661 Norway St.Boitan,MOM.0211S
.... rums enter my sutMcrlptlon to the
Monitor for the period checked b* VOTE TUESDAY.
low. I enclose $__ US.Fund U 6 U S T 2
Yaeger, Jne Little Folks Store, sp a I YEAR $24 D 6 manttw $12 f t-UR SAM
Inc. .. Q 1 month $4
."The Capital's O O JO. _._
Majors for Minor !
liitiiraxtt and Bond CUUrtn't Fr\tn. Tor., Street Beat qualified by experience and
0."".', Hobbies I "An elected temperllJllent for thia office.Po. .
214 S. Adams St T.I. 222-4580 Baby Aettiionti City judiciary il in the American _
113 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1. ; Trad"t' .. .
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THURSDAY JULY 28. 1988 ELLIS RECEIVES pany for three years and; SOPCHOPPY 1:I
VOTE during that time served as ;
GUST 2nd PROMOTIONThe superintendent of righ -o-
BY Louise C. Sajjf ,:
way, and general managerof
promotion of Ellis the land department; he Mr. Oscar Erving, S*;, I
V. Edwards to the post of had been engaged in similar and'MU: .
ASK ANY of Carrabelle
ABOUT SENIOR CLASS real estate and tax Departments work with other firms Goldie Rudd of Sopchoppy I
since 1950.A 11 and :
were married July .
SPONSORS DANCE of Florida power
native of Wisconsin, '
are making their home
MARTIN The Senior Class of Corporation has been announced Edwards attended the University here. We wish them much.
SACK by E. H.Dunn.Jr.,
Crawfordville High Schoolis vice president and general of Wisconsin and isa happiness. J
sponsoring dance In the graduate of the Madison "
counsel. Edwards will report -
gym on July 29, from 7:30 to the department's (Wisconsin) Business Col- Friends of Mary ceil
to 11:30 P.M. Admissionwill lege. He is an immediatepast Cox, daughter of Mr. and I
director N. Hadley Hein-
-CONTINUE- be 500 per person. president of the Lake- :Mrs. Clinton Cox, fottnef .
Music will be by live band. del.Edwards came to Florida wood Country Club and is Sopchoppy residents, are )
)} hk )} Power in 1962 as managerof board presently of governors.serving on Edwards the- wishing her marriage her happiness to the Red in!.
the land department, a
is married and lives
r Bill Graham of Faith Temple
Mr. and Mrs. Claude division of the real estate
)} r'tr t \y ) FerrelJ, Mellnda and Doug and tax departments, and St.at 4114NarvarezWaySouth Petersburg. Baptist Church in Port=
} Moore and Mrs. Bob Stone held that position until his St. Joe, solemnized Saturday :
afternoon. A receptioqwas
spent last weekend in Lakeland newest assignment. Before the .
and joining the he given them by .
River view with re- company
latives. had been with the Florida members of the church,
LLU Gas Transmission com- after which they left for al I
two-week honeymoon in
)} South Florida. Attending
from Tallahassee were Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Cox and
y )} )I daughter Jeanne Roberts
I Mr. and Mrs. Al Zanco,
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Rog-
)} )} ers, and Mrs. Florida Rob-
My hank erts from here;
)} )} Mrs. Marie Pouley ofj I
Tallahassee spent this
.,, week visiting Mrs. Annie>
JUDGE MARTIN SACK Henderson Harms. and Mrs.Walter ,'!
FIRST DISTRICT COURT the .
\, OF APPEAL answers. Mr. Cecil Henderson and ,
his mother, Mrs. Annie
VOTE TO RETAIN THE BEST QUALIFIED MAN WITH T Henderson recently returned -
Try it. from Owensboro i i
40 YEARS OF OUTSTANDING LEGAL EXPERIENCE Ky., where they went to |
bring home his wife and I
(Member Jacksonville Bar Assn., since 1926)) family, who had been visit- 'r
S ing her father.
Endorsed and Actively Supported By Prominent ,
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Lang-
Attorneys In Every County In The District t ston returned Saturday after -
spending a .
their son Ronnie and family
PLEASE NOTE! YOUR MUCH-APPRECIATED BEST WISHES tI r sfa I who Ala. lives in Huntsville, .
BECOME MEANINGLESS ON AUG. 2nd UNLESS YOU VOTEIN --- .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank
THE SPECIAL DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY FOR Jones and Mrs. Fay Price :
are spending a vacation a- 0
have! mong the tourist spots of :
the Smokey Mountains.
MARTIN SACKPresently Sopchoppy is losing one, :
i And you're of its oldest citizens, Mrs.I I
Elsie Roddenberry is moving .
this weekend to Tallahassee -
Holding Judgeship Subject to Election y where she has already -
right, as usual! bought a home. She
has two daughters and a son
Paid( Political Advertising)
living there. She will be :
greatly missed, especially i
by members of the First I
r \ Methodist \Church: In which I
she took.ait active part.W? i
wish her :happiness, In her i
new hon e. Mrs. Ralph I
Brown has Bought the Roddenberry -
. Ther might be a few things w. don't know, but we .l>ome, and plansto \
know everything about banking! That's why you're so confident furnish It, in hopes of .
.inducing. school\ eachers I
when you come to us. You know that we know what we're doing! to live here, instead ,tjf
Savings Accounts, Checking Accounts, a Complete Loan Service commuting. from Tallahassee. I
4 4i Safe Deposit Boxes. Travelers Checks, expert Financial Advice: I.
4t i Mr. Harry Kendell and
t whatever your banking need, were ready to help. family of the University of ,
AND SAVE. South Florida in Tampa, !
TRADE NOW Remember the name of our bank the next time you'relooking visited relatives here last !I
forFull Banking Services. Many fine people dol weekejnjp.MrTandMrs".
SPECIAL PRICESEVERY vory and, family Buddiesa-of Cape
LEWIS STATE BANK Kennedy spent last week
I vacationing with their par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Florida's Oar Strickland and Mr. and
"orvi Mrs. D. L. Strickland.
A t! er ha,1 I ci-pqlt h.wancl Corparittwi
Lot #2.1414. Monroe I 1t Mr. Ben Isler has returned -
Lot1-327 N Adams OK USED CAR Ph 222.5656 I home from the car-
Phone 224.3211 t rabelle Community Hospital -
1964 Wagon $1795 1964 Chevelle. $1395 ; remains iu very poor
Chevrolet VI Station Wagon. : door. 'dan> ecyllndu itraliht :condition.M l .
door f-Pau factory air auto ahlfl I
m.IM.lr."m..on. beater 1964 Ford
1964 Plymouth $1695 "ordor sedan: straight ..Mft.V.1 ,?:. aricTMrs.l RoEert E.
radio and llealer. Sr: or" St. Peters-
rurjr .......r: factory air Sapp, ,
heater automatic Ctean arlnaml.one .owner._. radio 42 YEARS 1960 Impala V-8 $695 burg, Fla., visited hishro.-
Chevrolet 4.door Hardtop with ther, L. C. Sapp last week.
1963 Ford XL $1595 OF SERVICE automatic Uanimlstloa PRICES GOOD
I 5 door Hardtop, automatic Iran. 1960 Chevrolet $695
FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
mulon. radio better. .. STATION Mr. and Mrs. William
WAGON < door (
1962 FALCON $395 cylinder with standard transmit Bowden and daughter, Bethof
I door aedan lion A lot ol room for all
Langhorne, pa., Are
1965 Chevrolet $1795 1963 Pick Up $1195 BANANAS visiting Mrs. Bowden",
Miler.f cylinder, automatic radio.I I for CHEVROLET you ', Ion truck ready mother, Mrs. .vassie Rob-
1956 FORD $395 l l ,erts.
I, Inn plekup BOTH LOTS OPEN TILL ':00 P.M. TOMATO I O rGb.
1963 FORD $895' FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE CATSUP Mr. Robert Griffin of
t cylinder, 4 door Galaxie. radio Famous OK I'' 3F. Ochlochonee, Ga., and a
1961 OLDS 98. $495 1-Year G-W Warranty C Tallahassee, are visitingMr.
4 door hardtop Loaded t LONG TRADES- 14 or. 89 ".and Mrs. L. C. Sapp. '
1964 VW . $1095
1 door, radio* )tea.er, one own. EASY TERMS.
.' ; c- 19 MEETING AMERICAN LEGION"
Si.1OWBOAT24Car LINDY:3j/ : The Jake Plgott Memorial
Post of the American
ALFORD rORK- BEANS sA Of> PEAS 'J:"" 8 Fr tiiicHANO ular Legion monthly will hold meeting their Mon reg-
day night, August let, at
1'MBCT/J" ke ,.. ., Oil the Florida ,Power: Lounge; ,
at 7:30 P.M.
RitE Z..;,. 5 COLA F O Eric Mathis' ,of ,Craw-
fordville and r11n Sher-
CHEVROLET CO. HE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS ,honored rod of Sopchoppy guests. They will will be
,+ at' e make talks and give reportson
BAIT AND their trip,to Boy's te,.
'2 Lots To Serve .You-327 N. Adams-1414 S.. Monroe HASKETT TACKLESOPCHOPPY 8ge .sw wftKJj r ,=they.. attended" 'oo.thisn I:
Il.r. (i, y"J n .i. Ir _,f e' '' ''IJI IJ I .. I :' 1' ,i h'l 'I
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I 'VIAJCULLA, COUNTY NEWS
and Mrs. w. R. I
'Taff returned Monday after
MAXINE STEVENS $50O REWARDTALOUIN a I visit hI to Atlanta. IHUMDAr, JULY 2', Its'
MASTER BEAUTICIAN Mr. and Mrs Clarence
LOCAL GIRL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE INC. hereby authorlxes a rewardIn Rehwlnkel and children of Mrs. Inez Walker and
Pensacola visited his parents grandson Hank Creech left
the sum of $500.00 to anyone furnishing Information leadingto Mr. and Mrs. c. L. last Friday to visit friendsIn
NOW WITH Rehwinkel will
I over last weeklend. Texas. They return
the arrest and conviction of person or persons stealing wire Sunday.
BARTON'S from Its power lines or committing malicious destruction of any 1. .
BEAUTY SHOP I
PANACEA of Its line or property. Please report any Information to the MCCLENDON FUNERAL,
local sheriff or to Cooperative.
GIVING A $10.00 PERMANENT FOR $6.00 ,1'1 HOME
24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAYAND IN ArrtXCIATIONT PHONE 305-1151 Tallahassee Fla.
R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME
THURSDAY ONLY these customer* with whom
Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director wu aaoeia4ed when I wi -. .
Phone 697-3366 worklar for the Golf Oil Corp- BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
ratio In Cantabelle. I wish totay MEETING JULY 17, 1966
r., "thank 1011" for your patron-
CARRABELLE, FLA. e..The pleasant MMdatkm with The Board of County Commissioners of Wakulla County -
24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" yon will be remembered always date with the
met this In Crawfordvllle following pres-
CALL YU 4-2311 PANACEA W. SERVING WAKULLA COUNTY I Sarah Wlthenpoon AllisonH Willard Carter, Chairman; George Young, Vice-
chairman: William D.Walker,Ralph Strickland and John
v -- Davis Commissioners.
f The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved -
Dr. P. H. Smith, County Health Director appeared
before the Board and requested that an additional
4000.00 be Included In the 1966-67 budget under County
Health Department, making a total of $16,000.00. It was
so ordered on the motion of commissioner Young.
H Commissioner Walker moved that the old rock roadIn
Wakulla from US 319 north for 1 mile be added to the
Secondary Road List recently submitted to the State Road
Department and that a resolution be sent to that effect to
the State Road Department and It was so ordered on the
second of Commissioner Young.
Motion by Commissioner Walker to remove barriers
from Old Port Leon Roads was carried on the secondof
t ; I$ Commissioner Young. Provided Mr.Walker accomp-
When you flip a switch.you're .. anies Road superintendent Pelt when same are removed.
Motion by Mr. Walker to have County Attorney draw
A AH resolution to the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers requesting -
an Investigation Into the fencing of Wakulla
River Immediately above the Upper Bridge on same and
'I't' the motion was carried on the second of Commissioner.
'I .' Strickland.
\ Mr. Strickland moved and Mr. Davis seconded that
I the Board cut of clerical salaries to clerks Office
I II : ..,. ($65.00) per month) and It wad so ordered with the Chair-
man voting for the motion. Mr.,Walker and Mr. Young
voting NO.Motion .
by Commissioner Davis to assign Mrs. Lim-
baugh to the Tax Assessors office was carried on the
second of Commissioner Walker.
The Board appointed the following persons to serveas
election officials for the August 2, 1966 primary e-
/ lection.ST. .
MARKS Walter Mock, Clerk
Mrs. Wllla Ladd
Mrs. Ruby Ward
YH Mrs. Lee Bishop
NEWPORT! Mrs. Willie Ladd, Clerk
.' i:' Mrs. Hugh Langdale
Mrs. Offie Crantham
Mrs. Austin Lambert
WAKULIAI Mrs. Withers, Clerk
r ,; "", Mrs; WeatherlngttttC)
''ir ; CI')
> a M s. Redaick
.'rrVEREENi. Mr. Branch r "
Gene Miller, Clerk
f I :" Pinkie Miller
i;"' 'ii Tommy Thomas
i Otis Langston
!"IVAN, Mrs. Lency Spears, Clerk
E r Mrs. Iris Russ
' I Mrs. Epsie Strickland
', I! ? : Mrs. Edith Allen
I D ,RIVER SINK!) Mrs. Jackie Spears, Clerk
+I : Mrs. WoodenMrs.
: Mary ChapmanMrs.
H I Edna Clowd
r : ,7 ARRANi Mrs. Dorothy Nazworth, Clerk
. ,:1;, Mrs. Debra Pelt
, .\ Mrs. Sallie Harvey
; wtl Mrs. Bertie Vickers
!: t 1I D.
CRAW ORDVILLEI Moore Clerk
..: Mrs. J. K. ,
Mrs. Lena Stafford
tin. Mrs. Kathryn Rehwlnkel
Mrs. Idelle Pelt
't ;-'SPRING CREEK Mrs. Liar Forbes, Clerk
t ti,',. Mrs. Dosle Hodges
I Mrs. Kalaska Stevens
Mrs. Albertls Porter.
MEDARTiPANACEA Mrs. Viola Tully Clerk
-1 f t> .
') :: I Ira Wbaley
Mrs. luxie Carter
tll' L' .
r1 :, I """" Mrs. Florida White
;: +' : putting us on
I ::1 f ) Foster Richard Clay KUnk, Clerk
3 I : '> Seems like everybody is living better electrically! \ Mrs. Benjamin Metcali
f I, You in and 'I t Mrs. Zelma Vause
; : are flippin' switches plugging turning .
\ us on about twice as much as you were ten years ago. SMITH CREEK Mrs. Myrtle Brown, Clerk
'.: I :: : i But will all that power be there as you double I. : Mrs.Mrs. Alma Mln&le Langston Lee Langston
't ', ,
/ : J. b' ; 1: your use again in the next ten years? Count on us. Mrs. Ouida Wilson
:: t f J'' : ; We're dedicated to providing you with all .', lL'SOPCHOPPYI: Mrs. Annie Lee Simmons, Clerk
1 '" r the electric power you'll need at the lowest i .' ., Freeman PlgottI
d I 'ei Preston
.'rY.: 4 ,;b I' possible price. And we're not putting you on! i Clayton Vsuse Sr.
r :' s sa' The Board aPP=Y 3 t4sF vouchers before them and
I :' .. t directed that warrants be issued In payment therefor.
; There being no furthedr
4 I 7.Ri rbrbFedI41if business coming to the at-
I tentlon of the Board the '
i same was adjourned on the
; """T ': '.J 1ti '" FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION 'motion of Mr. Strickland.
\ -L- YOUR TAX-PAYING, INVlSn/f-OwittO ELECTRIC COMPANY Attest: Moody Pearce Approved: Willard Caner
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