Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: July 8, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33429963
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S. Braxton, who has serv- a.

ed as General Supervisor of Instruction -

with the Wakulla

County Public Schools for the

past nine years, has submittedhis

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County. He Is returning to UNDERWAY FLORIDA ---t
TURNED DOWNINSURANCE Note This is the second -
Jackson County as Principal of
in a series on Treasurer
the Sneads High School. INCREASE Broward Williams. Tallahassee The President's
'. Youth Opportunity Program is in
While Mr. Braxton major
responsibility has been to furnish Tallahassee (Special Commis-) StateTreasurerInsurance Williams' duties here Involvethe full swing in Florida.

professional and technical assls- complex task of keeping State Industrial Commission

ance In the Instructional: program turned sioner Broward down Williams today 45 track of Florida Financial Responsibility Chairman I. D. Wright, Jr. reported I

of the Wakulla County a request by Law, which Is today that almost 40

ichooli, he has served the mutual 28.6 Insurance statewide companies Increase fora charged with the job of liaison thousand young people have applied r'

school system as Coordinator of percent and communication with those for jobs at local State '
In automobile
the National Defense EducationAct insurance rates.Williams liability who come under FR require- Employment Service offices IA f
ments. since the campaign under-
Coordinator of Teacher said the got
Certification, Director of Adult requested The FR Division annually way a little more than a month _
Increase would have been unfair
Education, Director of Civil Defense and dlscrimin- processes more than 120, 000 ago.
Education, Coordinator of excessively accident reports Involving morethan "The response is remarkable, "

Accreditation Services, Text- atory. 300.000 operators andowners Wright said, "Everybody seemsto
The made
filing was May, of motor vehicles. "
want to help.
book Manager, Representativeon wlxiia
and sought increases that would p r
The division is the
the Big Bend Educational agency Wright re ported that more than
have cost Florida drivers an estimated -
requires compliancewith
Television Committee and has 2,600butssssea are participating -
performed various other func- $1.2 millions per yearin the FR Law provision which in the campaign by listing
. premium hikes. It dealt only I calls for proof of "financial
tions too numerous to mention. certain jobs calling for young
with private passenger cars. responsibility" either by a cashor
devoted people.
Recently, he has con-
Commissioner Williams said
( securities) deposit, or pur- communitieshave
siderable time to new Federal the Mutual Insurance Rating Twenty-one
chase of the legal minimumauto local civic club
youth employ-
programs, includingtheNational
Bureau, which filed for the Increase -
Insurance before the
of 1965. oper- ment committees.The .
Education Act
for Its member and sub-
Along with representatives of ator Is permitted to retain pos total number of openings

Leon and Gadsden Counties, Mr. scriber Bureauaffillateswrite companies, indicatedthe about session of his drivers license, or received!from participating bu- 11 ( s

Braxton did much of the early auto license, or both.It sinesses from the beginning of
nine of Florida's
percent private is a tough job. the 24 Is almost -
research and report writing campaign on May
auto volume.
the Leon- passenger liability In addition to FR, Commissioner i eight thousand.
which helped initiate
The Commissioner had obtained ir
Williams and his staff
Wakulla Junior College Pro- additional Informationfrom From eight hundred to 1,400 -
ject. must register insurance companies young people a week have been .
the MIRB during a June
which that want to do businessin for at the
Among the projects of applying jobs new
Mr. Braxton is justly proud is 24 Rate Hearing in Tallahassee. Florida, audit annual com- Youth Opportunity Center in PACE BOY GREG KEICHTLEV DtLTVTRS MESSAGE TO SENATOR GEORGE TAPPER, RIGHT, ANT

the Leon-Wakulla Materials pany business reports, collect Miami which Covemor Haydon SENATE PRESIDENT JAMES E. CONNOR, LEFT. SENATOR CHARLIE JOHNS, RIGHT BA''I K
He said the Bureau "failed to GROUND.
Center project. He has been premium taxes, approve fire, I Bums dedicated on June 25.
very active in initiating and organizing provide adequate support for Its casualty, liability and wind- In West Florida at the Pana-
claim that its loss
permissible storm rates license all insur-
this ma City State Employment Ser-
worthy project. I
ratio of 65.5 and its
With the assistance of liberal percent ance agents, solicitors and adJusters vice Office six hundred applied
34.5 allowance
Federal grants and by using lImited percent expense approve life, accidentand : in one week.
member and subscriber
local funds, the Wakullaand apply health, and hospital policy "We are in the process of

Leon County Boards of Public companies.Williams. forms, and perform a multitude compiling the figures on Just
Instruction have joined together said Mutual Companies of other duties connected with I how many of these young peo-
historically operate at Florida's 900-company insur- jobs during this early
In this joint project to less cost than do stock ple got
companies "
make available to the childrenof ance industry. surge of interest, Wright said.
because there are no stock- What sort of IS Broward that the
the two-county area visual man He emphasized youth
Instructional materials which holders to pay dividends, and Williams? job services of the State Em-
because Mutual tend to have He Is native Floridian 23 Service availableto J
would otherwise not be avail- lower a a ployment are
production costs.
able. year veteran of the Treasurer's all young people.
Commissioner said
Anyone who has worked with the discriminatory Office -- and a man who is I Wright said the services can ,
request was unfairly -
watched Mr. Braxton go because rarely satisfied with anything, be very helpful to young peo- I sM
quietly about his duties in Wa Dade it Countlans discriminates himself least of all. I pie who have special talents but
against He not-so-jokingly refers to who have been unable to find
kulla realizes that he hat
County and others I IN y4o
some by setting a
himself as "Net Result Wil-
been a busy man while he has
that Dade
been in our County. provision motorists liams" -- and his staff will tell Further, there isalso guidanceand :
must pay 100 percent of their you he means word of It. counseling for young peo-
Mr. and Mrs. Braxton, along every r >
with their three ..choolaglc proposedrate Increase while on His philosophy by which the ple who due to lack of educa- 2

injury liability, onthe office operates Is so simple tion and training are not pre-
h 11 d re n, vrl 11 be moving other hand several other
Sneads within the near future. territories would, be that it would sound trite. :f sently qualified for jobs.
somebody expressed itt "It is important to remember
about 50 of the increase
only percent "This office Is run for just one that the Youth Opportunity Program
Indicated< In those areas. thing ---- SERVICE". does not offer miracles

The turndown was the fourthin "Service", to Broward Williams but it offers real help to young-
for the Insurance Com- +
a row w
means'helping, nothurting1 sters who want to help themselves -

NOTICEAll missioner rate, hike who previously declined for- 'assisting, not resist.lag' .!. by taking advantage of c. ,
for Love --- 'showing you how we the opportunities available "
Cards of Thanks State Farm and Nationwide Mu-
can help not trying to binder declared.
Ones or Friends published ir tual Companies, and for the
The Wakulla County News huge National Bureau Casualty -
With an enormous background

Fifty Cents In advance. I I Underwriters. limitless energy, a whirlwind, FUNDS EARMARKED FOR SENATOR L. P. CIBSON, LEFT, SECRETARY OF. STATE TOM ADAMS, AND SENATOR C. I ,
I daily schedule, and a rush-rush QUINCY. _
future, there is simply no place

for failure.in Broward Williams' Tallahassee, June 30 Funds Automation Adds'Aplomb on the Range
scheme of things.He .
totaling$35,000 have been ear-
wouldn't recognize failure marked for the San Marcos De -
if he saw it -- after all It's one
thing he has never had time for. Apalache State Museum at St. Cooking on an automatic electric over high heat, then the heat oven on at a pre-set time, at the
the 196567 biennium -
Marks during range Is as easy as drivinga will automatically be loweredto preset temperature then turnit

according to State car with an automatic gear hold them at the correct slow off, or down
Parks Director Bill Miller. shift-one helps the good driver boil to temperature
These funds will be used for drive more expertly, and the Meat probes-the metal probe serving after-

w I II NOTICE the restoration of the old fort, other helps, the good cook to is inserted into the peesetamount ,

researching the history of the cook better. the meat, tne / of cookIng .
Deadline for News Copy it9t30 area and the Installation of displays Automatic features on new control set at time has I

A.M. on Tuesdays. Due at the museum. The mu- electric ranges that make good the correct internal elapsed. If you

to production costs, it has beCome seum is presently under con- cooking easier include: temperature are going out at

necessary to eruoxe news struction.An Surface element thermostats and the noon
you can
copy deadline. additional$9,440 has been these sense the temperatureof oven thermostat put a ham and

Please help us to give you a allocated for operating expensesat the pan and turned to baking potatoes

better paper. the museum during the fiscal keep It at the | the proper kin, the oven and Easy

Editor year commencing July 1. This temperatureyou | cooking temperature set the thermostat and timers
figure provides for the addition have pre .When the
,.I of one man to the museum staff set, after bringIng meat Is done, a Automatic before you leave. The oven will
I go on auto.natlcally at the right
during the coming year. it quicklyup signal sounds in some
NO GUESSWORK "We are pleased to report this to that pre. models. Others have a "cook range time, and off again when the

_1 Automatic dispensers and progress for San Marcos De Ap set heat. For Instance -_ and hold control that lowers cooking time you have set has

Six Flats Over Texas' staff of 1,500 talented youngsters, inch controls In the new 'electric alache State Museum, Miller if you oven heat when the meat is elapsed. If it's one of the elec

ai the group of Crazy Hone Saloon stagers pictured here, createthe dishwashers take the guessWork said. "This Is a real step for- are cooking done and keeps it at serving tric ranges with the "cook and

fresh, entertaining and wholesome atmosphere that hat made out of measuring deter. ward toward the full develop- frozen vege- temperature indefinitely with. hold" feature, the food will be

the Fort$13,000,000 Worth the fun ttate't Park moat, located popular tour between attraction.Dallas and lent and wetting agents ment of this area. tables, they will Speedybe out further cooking. kept warm and ready to eat
i brought quickly to a boil Oven timers these turn the until you turn It off.

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!i W-AKUJ.LA/ COUNTY NEW In the Circuit{ Court of the Second I NOTICE

1Tl "- -- State of
-- FICTITIOUS NAMES! Judicial Circuit of the For Wakulla County, Florida. Notice Is hereby given that the

I We the the Court of the Florida, In and For Wakulla Case No. _. Commissioner'
II undersigned, being duly County In Chancery Board of County
I sworn, do hereby declare under Judge, Wakulla County, Florida County In Chancery WILLIE FREEMAN, of Wakulla County will nee and
II oath that the names of all In Probate. No. 1334.MidState Plaintiff, August 2nd at 10:00 A. M. as.

I persons Interested in the business IN REa Estate of Homes, Incorporated, vs. DIVORCE Board of Equalization. .
or profession carried on under DOCK W. SIMMONS, a Florida corporation, -
PEARL FREEMAN, Willard Carter
COUNTY NEWS the name of Cull Specimen Deceased. Plaintiff,
I Company at Panacea, Florida, To All Creditors and Persons vs.Luther I Defendant. Chairman Com- Rolling !
P. O. Box and the and Mi NOTICE TO APPEAR Board of County
Telephone WAlnut 0.3101I ( 237)), extentof Having Claims or Demands N. Kilgore, Jr., missioners
the interest of each is as follows Against Said Estates wife, Carolyn N. Kilgore, I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO lt-7/8.

I ) You and each of you are here- Defendants. Pearl Freeman IT'SROOM
e Names
Jack J. Rudloe. by notified and required to present NOTICE OF MORTGAGE Addressj; Unknown
Extent of Interest 100%. claims and demands
Virginia Kelrhtler Editor Youare hereby notified that aluitfordivorcehas6een NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
Ill Jack J. Rudloe which you, or either of you, _
Concern brought
TOt Whom It May TAX DEED .
against the estate of
Fred l K tight'ley TuMifthtrI State of Florida Dock may W. Simmons, deceased, Notice is hereby given pursuant I against you In the Circuit Courtof We NEED for

I County of Wakulla late of said County, to the to a Final Decree of Fore- Wakulla County,Florida, in Notice is hereby given, that
Entered at Crswfordvtlle, Florida Sworn to and subscribed before County Judge of Wakulla County closure dated the 28th day of Chancery, by Willie Freeman, TUlis Strickland, Jr., the holder our 1965

'I us second class matter. Suburrlp me this 23rd day of April, A.D. Florida, at his office in the June, 1965, and entered in and you are hereby required to er the following certificateshas
I'II' 1965. court house of said County at Chancery Case No. 1334 of the file with the Clerk of the CIr- filed said certificates for a Trade ins.
linn raw $3.00 per year Ill A. L. Porter Crawfordville, Florida, within Circuit Court of the Second Jud- cuit Court your written appearance tax deed to be issued thereon.

Notary Public, State of Florida six calendar months from the icial Circuit, in and for Wa- in said suit and to serve a The certificate numbers anc

at Large. My Corn- time of the first publication of kulla County, Florida, in the copy of same on plaintiff's attorney years of Issuance, the description NOWEvery
mission expires Nov. 20, this notice. Twocoples of each above styled cause, I will sell on or before the 2nd day of the property, and the

ESTATE 1968. claim or demand shall be in to the highest and best bidder of August, A.D. 1965. Herein names in which it was assessedare
REAL (SEAL) writing, and shall state the for cash at the front door of the fail not or the bill in this cause as follows Car Reduced!

Acreage 6/24. place of residence and post of- Wakulla County Courthouse in will be taken pro confesso. Certificate No. 47, 49, 51

Homo/ fice address of the claimant, Crawfordvlllc, Florida, at 11:00A. Witness the Honorable W. May Year of Issuance 1963 LOT NO.1 ,1

Waterfront loti and shall be sworn to by the M. on the 16th day of July, Walker, Judge of the said Court, Description Property Lot 48,
In the Court of the County 1965 described and the Seal thereof, at Craw m N. Adams Pa. 234 3211
claimant, his agent, or attor- the following Block D, Lot 5, Block 0, Mag-
HENRYBWILLIAMS Judge, Wakulla County, Florida ney and accompanied by a filing property, in Wakulla County, fordville, Wakulla' County, flo- nolia Gardens and Lot 36 Block 1964 Chevelle $1995
ROKERPlsonc In Probate. fee of one dollar and such as set forth in said Final Decree rida} this 28th day of June, A. "E" Aqua.de Vida Subdivision. 4 door I eyilnder .alandardtranamiulon '

I 741 P. O. Box 275 IN REa Estate of claim or demand not so filed to-witt: "V D. 1965. Name in which assessed: Cus- with overdrive

St. Marks, Florida ELLEN B. OLSEN, shall be void. Commence at the South- Moody Pearce tav Rehn, Wilma Porter AnnieE. 1961 Panel $795

Deceased.TOALLCREDITORS Ill Nolie BurgeAsexecutorof west (SW) corner of Section Clerk of Said Court Smith. Chevrolet. ready to fo to work

I AND PER- the Last Will 4, Township 5 South, Range 's/ Moody Pearce All of said property being in 1962 Chevrolet. $1395

SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE and Testament of Dock W. 2 West, Wakulla County, George L. Harper the county of Wakulla, State of
.. Florida and thence Attorney at LawCrawfordville 4 door Station wagon" I cylinderwith
-- -- --. -- -- MANDSACAINST SAIDES- Simmons, deceased. I run Florida. standard trinimHiion.. Real
TATE! 4t-6/17.24.7/1.8. North 00< 50 minutes West Florida Unless such certificate or certificates low mtlrafe.
If You Need. 806.2 feet to the South (s) Attomey for Plaintiff shall be redeemed according 1963 Dodge. $1395DART
You and each of you are here- boundary of the 66 footriAAtC' 4t-7/1. 8. IS.22. to law the property described 4 door with radio, nelev,
OfficeSuppliesItusiness by notified and required to present In The Circuit Court of The '-way of State Road 'NOTICE OF APPLICATION l in such certificate or and A1H CONDITIONING.

a Machines any claims and demands Second Judicial Circuit of Florida # 10 ( U. S. #319)); thence FOR TAX DEED certificates will be sold to the 1963 Comet. $1295
Office FurnitureSee which you, or either of you, In and For Wakulla Northeasterly along said highest bidder at the court 4-doer. radio. heater, lutomitletnmmls'lon.

or can may have against the estate of County. In Chancery. right-of-way boundary 60 Notice is that house the first in
No. 1338. hereby given, on Monday 1961 $495
Ellen B. Olsen deceased late Dodge .
RANEY feet to the point of begin- W. C. Pearce, the holder of Month of August, 1965, whichis .
WHALEYat I door VI. radio heater and automatic
of said County to the
County Floyd Wayne WILLIAMS, ning. From said point of the following certificates has l the 2nd day of August; 1965. transmission, food buy
Judge of Wakulla County, Flo- Plaintiff, beginning run thence South filed said certificates for a tax Dated this 29th day of June, 1960 Corvair $595
rida at his office
in the court vs. DIVORCE 17 19 minutes East, 110.0
to be Issued thereon. The
4 door equipped with radio,
CAPITAL OFFICE house of said County at Craw- Orphia WILLIAMS feet; thence North 70 09 certificate numbers and 1965.Moody heattr and automaUe transmis
EQUIPMENT CO. fordvllle, Florida, within t six minutes East 60 feet; thence years Pearce
of issuance the
Defendant. description of Clerk of Circuit Court of 1961
calendar months from the time North 17 19 minutes West International
319 Adam St. the and the
of the first ORDER OF PUBLICATION property, names in Wakulla County, Florida
publication of this 110.0
Corner E. I'en.uola feet to the South Scout $595
which Itwasassessed .
are as follows 22 29.
TAI.i AH tSSEE. FLORIDA notice. Two copies of each STATE OF FLORIDA TO boundary of said rightofway : 7/8,15, 4 wheel drive good tins reconditioned

claim or demand shall be in Orphia Williams, of State Road #10; Certificate No. 8. 7 6 4 3 throughout and only
writing and shall state the Route No. 2, thence Southwesterly along Year of Issuance 1963
place of residence and office Ramseur LOT NO. 2
post N. C. said right-of-way 60.0 feet Description of Property Lots
of the claimant, and shall You are to the point of beginning, NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR 1414 S. Monroe Ph. 222-563
I.Eo\ SEPTIC hereby notified that a 17 C 18 Block N, Aqua deVida
TANK be sworn to by the claimant, complaint for divorce has been containing 0.15 acres more Sub. Lots 18 & 19 Block "R" TAX DEED
SERVICED his agent, or attome/ and accompanied filed against you in the Circuit or less.Dated. Gardens Sub. 1954 Chevrolet $99
Magnolia Lots
Olt by a filing fee of Court of Wakulla County, Florida this 29th day ofune, 4 & 6 Block 34, Lot 13, Block Notice is hereby given, that food Station drivel Wagon,ood.rough Don:body, miss rum
Clean ; one dollar and such claim or demand in Chancery. You are A.D. 1965. 26 and Lots 1 D2 Block 25, St. Joe Paper Company, the this a'
not so filed shall be void. hereby required to file holder of the certifi- 1960 Falcon $595
Repair (person- /Moody Pearce Townsite of St. Marks. following .
New Installation The Tallahassee Bank and ally or by attorney) with the Clerk of the Circuit Court Name in which assessed: N. cates has filed said certificatesfor S door real class don'l mils this

The Best! For Leas Trust Company Clerk of said Court, and send a Byt Johnle limbaugh A. Johnson, Rancie McKinney, a tax deed to be issued 1958 Chevrolet $495
Byi James B. David, Jr. copy of the sa me'to the attor- Deputy Clerk Ben Stout a mire, Thomas Ash- thereon. The certificate num- va 4 door station wagon I
Assistant Trust OfficerAs ney for the plaintiff bers and of issuance the paa,. Plenty ol room lor ever)'.
your writ- ((CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) ton and Ben Stout a mire. years on*.
TelephoneTallahassee II Administrator the Estateof ten defenses, if any, to the it-7/S. All of said property being in description of the property, and 1964 Monza $1695
877-1773 Ellen B. Olsen, deceased. complaint in said cause, on or the County of Wakulla, State the names in which it was assessed -
Coup 4 In the floor radio and
ifler ( ::00 p.m. 4t-7/1. 8.15.22. before July 26, 1965. Herein of Florida. are as follows: tieatrr. See this aporty little car.

failnot.- or ludement bv default-- In the Circuit Court, Second Unless such certificate or cer- Certificate No. 21, 22, 23 1960 Plymouth $495
will be entered against you. Judicial Circuit of the State of tificates shall be redeemed according Year of Issuance 1961 Economy 6 cylinder 4 door a

Dees Barber In the Court of the County WITNESS my hand and the Florida, In and For Wakulla to law the property described Description of Property: Lot real buy, extra good.
Shop Judge, Wakulla County, Florida seal of said Court at Crawford- County. In Chancery.No. in such certificate or 12, Square 4, Lots 7-10-11, 62 Oldsmobile .$1395
In Probate.IN ville.! Wakulla County, Florida, 1333.MidState certificates will be sold to the Square 6 and Lots 8 and 10, 4 door with radio heater, automatic
this 23rd day of June 1965. 11 transmission, on* owner
FOUR POINTS REi Estate of Homes, Incorporated, highest bidder at the court Square Town of Waneta. IUto.
M. A. ROOD, Ill MooPearce a Florida Corporation, house door on the first Monday Name In which assessed Un- 1963 Chevrolet. $1395

BOYS HAIR CUTS Deceased.TO Clerk of Circuit Court Plaintiff in Month August, 1965, known. 1 Ton t speed, reconditioned
$1.00 All Creditors and Persons Wakulla County. Florida vs.Robert. which Is the 2nd day of August, All of said property being in thru-out ready to (o tt only
(SEAL) 1965. the County of Wakulla, State of 1962 Saab . $495
OPEN TIL Having Claims or Demands
8:00 P.M. Against Said EstatelYouandeacholyou J. H. HudsonP. F. Cospcr, Dated this 29th day of June, Florida. 2 door Import economy special. I
66Crawfordville 1963. Unless such certificate or certificates 1963 Corvair $895
are Florida "NOTICE OF MORTGAGE Woody Pearce shall be redeemed according 8J pick up, one owner low mideace -
by notified and required to pre- Attorney for Plaintiff. RfcCLOSURE SALE to law the described Don't miss this one, low
GR toy of Circuit Court of property -
WIITFIELDIMROLD sent any claims and demands price of only
which you, or either of 41-6/24.7/1,8,15. TO: Whom It May Concern Wakulla County, Florida in such certificate or
you certificates BOTH LOTS OPEN TIlL a 00 p 35.
BLES.GRDYTilERS 7/8,15 22 29. will be sold to the
may have against the estate of Notice hereby given pursuantto POs \'OI1R CONVENIENCEFamous
DEE COOk Owner M. A. Rudd, deceased, late of a Final Decree of Foreclosure highest bidder at the court
said County to the dated the 28th of house door on the first Monday OK Quality
HE County day June, NOTICE OF
Judge of Wakulla County, flo- 1965, and entered in Chancery FOR THE ABINDOMIEM: OF which is the 2nd August, 1965, 1-Year G-W Warranty
rida, at his office in the court Case No. 1333 of the Circuit PORTION OF A DRIVEtm '' 1965. day of August, LONG TRADES-

house of said County at Craw- Court of the Second Judicial TIIROlGH BLOCK D. IN THE
fordvllle, Florida, within six Circuit In and for Wakulla SIBDIVISION OF SIRF. 'I 1965.Dated this 29th day of June EASY TERMS

calendar months from the time County, Florida, in the above
of the first publication of this styled cause, I will sell to the TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Moody Pearce
notice. Two copies of each highest and best bidder for cash You will please take notice I Clerk of Circuit Court of ALFORDCHEVROLET :

& SHOP claim or de ma nd shall be In at the frorft door of the Wakulla that the Board of County Com Wakulla County, Florida

o writing I and shall state the County Courthouse in Crawford missioners of Wakulla County, 7/8,15,22,29. l
place of residence and post office ......I ville, Florida, at 11:00 o'clockA. Florida, upon the petition of CO.

address of the claimant I M. on the 16th day of July, certain citizens and free holders WE rM2llbJg i':

EARLY AMERICAN: and shall be sworn to by the 1965, the following described will at eight o'clock p.m. Over OFFER 40 Yeats of JaUiyln f.'

FRENCH PKDVlNt'IAI i claimant, his agent, or attorney property, in Wakulla County, on July 19, A. D. 1965, at the 1 y
1'Il'TOItIASFURNITURE and accompanied by a Freeze Proof, Guaranteed, as set forth in said Final De County Commissioner's Room,
: I filing fee of one dollar and such Return, Dead or Alive. crce, to-wit In the County Court House In

claim or demand not so filed 5 ft. 5.00. P. P. Year around. All of Lots Numbers ((11)) Crawfordville, Florida, consider NOTICE L

Phone 335-1222 I shall be void. Pictures, Literature, Write ; eleven and ((12)) twelve of / and determine whether I I :

1901 N. Monroe St. /Norma RuddAsAdministrator Gary's Nursery, 1/4 Mi. East i! Block "E" in "Agua De VI- the County will vacate, aban- SPECIALS FRI, SAT, MON. AND TUBS.
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA of the Estate of U. S. 41 on Fiwy 44 da" Subdivision, according don, discontinue and disclaimany
of M. A. Rudd, clccejscd. Inverness, Florida I to map or plat thereof, recorded and all right of the County
1 in Plat Book 1, page and the public in and to that

4t-617.24.7/1.8. 12, of the public records of portion of a driveway in Block MAXWELL HOUSE
D of the
Wakulla County, Florida. Subdivision of Surf, as 79cCOFFEE
f shown by-plat thereof
, Dated this 29th day of June, recordedon
TaltahaMct business Firm i I A.D. 1965. page 222f of Deed Book 17, ..
of the public records of Wakul- I

III Moody Pearce la County, Florida, describedas
Clerk of the Circuit Court follows, to-wit

: DIRECTORY By Johnle Limbaugh I Begin at the southeast cor- LB.C4IL

Deputy Clerk ner of Lot One of Block D
I (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) in the subdivision of Surf Fresh Grade I
A FRYERS lb. 29c :
,f Patornls The* Advertiser i lt-7/8. Florida, as per plat of record I :

in Deed Book No. 17
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I page 222 of the Public Records I

_ FRM j FOR TAX DEED Florida, and run east to the
Little Folks Store I southwest Ml- I CALF FROZENSHRIMP
comer of Lot No.
e, Inc. O. I. GRAMLING I; Notice is hereby given, that 7 of said Block D, thence 10 OZ.59c

FEEDS !! "The Capital's Jack Tucker, the holder of the run north to the northwest ,
Majors for Minors" & CO. i
CMilnn'i following certificates has filed comer of said Lot #7, thence
I said certificates for a tax deed
Gamti, Hobbttt j i iFeedSeedFertilizer runwesttothenortheast CHEER 79c
One-Stop Service for Giant Size
to be Issued thereon. The /
Flint River Baby Accessories corner of Lot 3 of said Block
Mills 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 i tif icate numbers and years of 1si D, thence run south to the

eels S. Munnx .Pn. 2230274Ligkt -- .-- -- Poultry Supplies i|1 nuance, the description of the point of beginning, being Lindy Cream Style CORN ,2 for 29r

property, and the names I Ii in the south one hundred and
Garden Tools I which it was assessed are as follows fifty ((150)) feet of a certain

So. Adams st S.A.L.R.R. i!j I : driveway running north and PHILLIPS CORN MEAL 5 LBS. 29tf
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Baker-Alford CrossingPhone I Certificate No. 7 south through

'e Co. 223-0173 { Year of Issuance 1962 PERSONS INn RESTED MAY .

Jj "TA Part tfetue" j i Description of Property Lots APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT Farm I
Spring for 39c
Anything for your auto truck 134 and 136 Block 14 Panacea THE TIME AND PlACE ABOVE Evap. MILK, 3

Wrigkt and RtgitlarC'oncrett or tractor. Also for your power Park. SPECIFIED. I
Btocki:_ lawnmower and much tor your Name in which assessed Roy
Hanson, Wood and 208 N. Adam St. Ph, 222-3380 All of said property being in WAKULLA

11: Hoel Ind.; Inc. Capital Stone U the COtmtyof Wakulla, State ol f COUNTY, FLORIDA
1 By: /Willard I HAVE A
S. Adama St. at 4-Pointi Florida. Carter COMPLETE LINE OF KODAK FILM'
, Ttl. 222. 840 P. O. Box sat Sine 1908 Unless such certificate or certificates Chairman AND ALSO

:: -_ _._._._- -._- BRONZE to law the property described I
in such certificate or
certificates will be sold to the
' 4 _(.ry Work ff AU Types highest bidder the court house

Yeag r, 508 W. Gaines St-Ttl. 223-0719 door on the first Monday in I L BULK SEED &, FERTILIZER

j r' Inc. Walter F. Buchaa Mgr. Month of/'Jgust, 1965, which sv _
lithe 2nd day of August, 1965. SHOP I

.'. tfxaaraxu and Bondt Dated this 29th day of June, LOCALLY AND SAVE '

fr (14 8. Adam St.-Ttl. 222-4680 Pearce 0'i

Clerk of Circuit Court of PIGOTT'S STORE

Wakulla County, Florida i .
1T 7/8,15,22,29. MEOART

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JULY 8.. 1963SCIENCE r Tallahassee Federal .
D-Day will be November 23 SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ;
this year, says a spokesman of
SKETCHES the Florida Forest Service.

I .= I That's the date on which the .
I ::: '. ...
Service will
begin distributing S-T-A-T-E-M-E-NT
its millions of pine seedlings to
Florida landowners.The ;
I. :,' I
Service has just releasedIts
annual 2-page bulletin con-
taining price listings, delivery JUNE 30 1965
schedules, species available,
oQ I II and application instructions.In ,
April, the FFS planted seeds
s I for about 63 million seedlingsat
o I its three nurseries, "and so
LUE far", State Reforestation
ASSEMBLING industrial piping \ have Supervisor an excellent Aaron Jordan, "we "* '* *
crop grow-
usually means hours of tedious "
welding I or threading. Epoxy j a. ..J ing.
The state-wide which
bonded piping, "glue joints" LIGHT BULBS of the future will be i has affected agricultural
changes all that reports Tube tough.toy Georgia Tech scientists activities In many Florida has beenno
Turns Louisville which has developed who have developed a protective bother to the Service's 80 63rd Semi-Annual Dividend +
a line of adhesive bonded coating that makes bulbs shatter acres of spray-irrigated nurser-
,) stainless steel fittings. The sys proof Even ,if dropped the coating ies. "In fact, "says Jordan, "we
ten!is ready for use after 24 hours will hold the pieces in placeSTATE prefer dry weather during the
early months since heavy rains
are often inclined to wash away
the beds during that time. The "* if '*
nurseries are located in west,
ry T TALLAHASSEE THEATRES central and south Florida.As .
I usual, the Service has set
FLORIDA an October 1 deadline, at which
time all species sold out are
pro-rated among the applicants.
Orders for species not sold out AS OF JUNE 30th
Now ShowingStephen will be accepted after that date
\.C\\ 1I0WI\l until the supply is exhausted.
Bare-root species available
this year: North Florida slash, I
sand pine, loblolly pine, long- OVER
Boyd )Jerry LewisI.lIly leaf pine -- all $4.00 per thou- I
sand seedlings -- and red cedar I
James MasonEli
I HI! and Arizona cypress at $8.00 ,
Wallach"GENCHIS per thousand. Catalpa sells for $
$5.00 per thousand, and Euca- I' 73OOOOOOPAID
KHAN" lyptus, a tropical hardwood for
south Florida, retails for 10. I
Several exotics arc availableas
PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN rotted stock from the Herren
Punta Corda.'hesc .
nursery near

OUTDOOR ,..ON WOODVIILE HWY."""" and! India include rosewood.Rraahan Bothwoods pepper I' TO THOSE WHO SAVE

arc prized by cabinet makers. I
I today, Fri. t Sat Cost of potted stock is $15.00 i
Today Sat.
per hundred. RESOURCES:
". Jordan urged planters to begin I
.AMERICANIZATIONOF their site preparation now,

"MASQUE OF THE EMILY" so the soil will be settled by First Mortgage Loans .........................,..........$38,92354531Home
RED DEATH"and alld"GLADJTORS planting time I DIRECTORS

last year, Florida Forest Ser- Improvement Loans ............................ 145,302.33
SEVEN: vice nurseries produced and sold

"BlACK SABBATH"and and! 59 rida million landowners.tree seedlings to Flo- I Loans on Savings ................ .....+.+........ 577,156.62 JACK W. SIMMONS

SFRoLNNTS 3" Cash and Government Bonds ........................ 3,250,184.21 L. D. FAIN
..... I Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank ................ 4 25,000.00
and Land
Office Building

"" ,0';. .,.. 'JP!s" '''''']'',. '','. >'k' I (Less Depreciation) ................................ 1,079,18077 J. EDWIN WHITE
I Furniture Fixtures and Equipment

II I (Less Depreciation) ................................ 154,988.11 W. ROBERT FOKES

Other Resources ............................................ 459,229.57

TOTAL RESOURCES ..................$45,014,586.92
IT'S A BREEZEI! Air conditioning makes your home an island of cool comfort-where

dressing is a breeze. Your pretty dress slides on like a dream-and stays crisp and

smooth. Your hair behaves-and you're serene. A cool numberl! Your guests will be LIABILITIES:

charmed-by you and the welcome comfort of your conditioned, home. Springtime

comfort year-round is a social amenity quietly provided by an electric heat pump-a Savings. ..........,... ............................................$36,523,181.29

feature of the new homes. But there are many electrical ways to air condition your I Advance Payments ........................................ 134,399.92 GENERALCOJNSELFederal
home Just ask dealer And be a cool numberlairconditioning !
present your I Home Loan Bank ............................ 4,650,000.00 \.Icy, Amity, McMulkn' ,

-; i Loans in Process ............................................ 656,706,62 O'6IYoI'II. M check! and

illWfIME! IN YOUR HOME n -owe rs.owio w :: I Other Liabilities ............................................ 73,015.72 McGthe..

with amdew electrIc .. ..... Unearned Discounts ...................................... 79,738.98

__ /- Specific and General Reserves ...................... 2,897,544.39

I r SDtBjfln i TOTAL LIABILITIES ............... $45,014,586.92

k. a\ver "II'
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1 ""? 'I i4tterr
\:a corpor."o n wear q. '.ou"q end W. SIMMONS
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SF IP Chairmen of the Board
. I f" HOtE.HO Mri' mo 4uNOW1 I II Ii
"I I ''I W beswee: contred L D. FAIN
' heatn9
h"I etin9
ur Vice-Chairman of the Board
I Se. Y
Vice-Chairman of the boardJ.
I 1"M President
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"tl Secretary Treasurer
Assistant Secretary Assistant Treasurer
I Asst Secretary, Director Controller
of Business Development
Assistant Secretory 'Assistant Controller
iI Assistant Secretary Mortgage Service Officer

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+ 440 N. Monroe Street Tallahassee, Florida I I

'L Telephone 224-2161 -
HOURSi Mondjy-Thursdjy, 130 un.to 1 pjn.-Friday, 130 MI.to I pjI "
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SOPCHOPPY NEWS Mr. Joe Williams has been V COUNTY l NEWS
returned -l All "VAKVLLA
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kendall to the VA Hospital Plentiful Ice Gets Warm Reception SCHOOL 4
By.Louise C. Sapp and three children of Tampa Lake City. icemakerii, which automatically LIBRARIES OPEN TH0 8D1Y. JOLT 19/S
spent the weekend at their RIverside Whethrr you want one Ice
Thalmage Henry and Donna Home. CRAWFORDVILIE cube to cool a drink or a replace Ice cubes as they This Is a wonderful opportunity -
visited Yolanda Tomlinson last bucketful to keep the party are ustd There are no ice for the children of Wakulla St. Marks Wednesday, 9.00-
week. They arrived back In PERSONALSMr. going, you want your refrig tl aYa to fill spill or pry loose. County to enjoy a summer read- 12:00. ,
1. Mrs. Grace Patton left Mon- meet the and cubes are "dried" so theydon't ing It has
Sopchoppy on July They erator-freezer to program. been set and
and Mrs. Lamar York and Your Superintendent
day for Gainesville, Fla., stick together
returned by way of bus. need. up so that the library in each1 board
Julia moved to Madison last members of the school
where she will enter the Medical Families with automatic area will be
Mr. and Mrs. Center for treatment. week where they will be teach- Because manufacturers of are a Icemakers have enough ice for children. accessible There to all- would appreciate your cooperation
Wm. Bushalland ing. aware of the Importance age will be in availing yourselves of
four children of Bel-Air, The J. L. Davis family from bountiful and flexible supply normal entertaining or when periods for story hour and listening these services provided for the
Michigan, left Monday after a Moultrle, Ca., had a family Creg Kelghtley, Ann Mathis, of Ice in modern homes, manyof going on a picnic. reading for pleasure, as pleasure of your children.
Another way to your well check
two-week visit with Mrs. Bush- the 1965 electric refrigera as outs. It is hoped
reunion over the Fourth and are Pam Oliver and Jed Oliver are
jll'i parents, Mr. and Mrs. tor-freezers have Improved refrigerator-freezer a better that there will be a wide circu
spending this week at.their Ri- at Centenary Youth Camp this
man" Is to be it has
Raymond Revell verview home.Congratulations. week. icemaking features. I"ice sure lation, as our libraries have
More models have automatic a no-frost feature. many good books. Additional
Mr. Frank Lawhon has been to the proud Cindy Russ returned home Sat- materials are being provided al-
appointed District Distributor for so.
after two weeks
urday spending
Tillman and Marlon
the Gulf Oil for Franklin parents, Prnlrclliig W'atrrHuge The
Company Rudd. Daughter Marian at Camp Indian Springs. following schedule is being -
and Wakulla County. He is Lynn Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Goodwin, rubber sheets thou- used: NOTICE
taking the position of Mr. was born Tuesday, June 28th. Mi. add Mrs. Ceorge Clbbs Sr., of Marianna, spent most sands of square yards in area Sopchoppy,Monday-Thursday,
Charles R. Withcrspoon of Apalachicola The Rev. Jesse Baker took and David and Don n I e spent of last week with their daughter an but Inch only thick a few, are thousandths now being of 9001200. If you have a home in Craw-
who retired after three M. Y. F. members to the last weekend it Augusta, Ca., and family, Mr. and Mrs. used to protect the bottoms of Buckhom, Monday-Thursday, fordville and interested in trad-
41 of service. Clbbs1 Braxton and children, lsOO-3:00. ing for a three bedroom brick
years Quincy Church Camp for this with Mrs. parents. reservoirs from seepage and
week. Miss Susie while their son, Jim, of Talla- plant roots. The latest has been I Crawfordville, Tuesday-FrI- home in Tallahassee,Call. 222-
Mrs. Dorothy Kilbourn and Miss Lois Bums and Billy Carraway Rod-, Mr. and Mrs. Moody Pearce hassee, underwent maJorsurgery installed In Warwickshire, England ay 9:00-12:00. 3466 after 5:00: P.M.
daughter of Panama City spent Tallahassee Memorial Hos I
are the left Monday for California to at Shadevllle, Tuesday-Friday.,
dcnbcrry attending
the holidays with her mother, -0- I
I attend a National Clerks Con- pita 1. 100-3:00.
Mrs. Annie Harms. camp. vention. I

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Lewis State Bank



I JUNE 30 1965






Loans and Discounts ................$10,337,239.12 Capital Stock ............................t 600,000.00

Overdrafts ................................ 6,410.97 Surplus..................................... 1,100,000.00

OFFICERS: U. S. Treasury Securities .......... 6,836,502.88 Undivided Profits ...................... 351,842.65 DRECTORS

G. E. Lewis Other Securities ........................ 2,989,116 Due to Depositors ...... ............. 23,193,342.42 Julian Alford

Chairman of the Board

Banking House, Other Liabilities ........................ 510,449.06 Brinkley
Geo. Lewis II
I Furniture & Fixtures ............ 432,565.44

J. M. Culpepper
B. C. Lewis Other Real I Estate ...................... 0.00
Executive Vice Presidentand
Trust Officer J. H. Dowling

Other Assets ............................ 471,117.18
G. L. Henderson
Sr Viet President, Public Burwell C. Harrison
Relations Officer and Cash and Due from Banks ........ 4,682,681.65
Art Trust Officer I

George L Henderson
W. D. Henderson Total Liabilities

Vice President Total Assets ......................$25,755,634.13 and Capital ........................$25,755,634.13
John Ward Henderson

Burwell. Harrison .
Vic President
W. D. Henderson

L S. Marshall

Assistant Vice President W. D. Hopkins
I Lucien Desilets
Assistant Vice President Cheever LewisJohnL.ClementsJr.

We Thank You

, Assistant Vice President for using M.I.C.R. checks and deposit G. E. LewisGeo.

slips. You art putting our computer system to work on

, C. W.OliveAuistaont the routine and freeing our employees for more personal Lewis, II
? Vice President '
attention to your needs. Your visit to our ComputerD.

I. Rainey, Jr. Room will be welcomed. Jefferson D. Lewis

Assistant Vice PresidentIn
I" Charge of Business Development
I William I Lewis

;. William Lewis !

r. Cooler Frank D. Moor

r' Peggy L. Da ffin tal;

j Assistant Cashier t'I I John E. Phipps
e .?
f Mabel C. Brewer e p ;
Assistant Trust Officer iM -3+ +-

: Jerry McDaniel, Jr. ..-
l Auditor r e +tt lp ird

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