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: August 19, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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PROGRAM UNIVERSITIESFort I Tallahassee (Special) State s
Treasurer-Insurance CommissionerBrowardWilliams -,
Palatka (Special) florida Lauderdale Secretary of said today -
first Junior College level insurance State Tom Adams on August 3 a change in rating procedures .
= Meet education program will be issued a strong plea for continuedyearsoundoperationof for low-valued dwellingsall --
I Saturday launched this fall at the St Flo- over Florida will bolster con

Johns River Junior College. rida's university system.In struction and guarantee financ-l
Officials of the two-year a commencement address ing In rural, non-fire\ protectedareas .
I, school said the program will lean: I at Broward Junior College, A- throughout the State.

Mr. Adrian C. Fletcher, Pre-I nothing to a complex electric to an Assoclate-ln-Science degree damsobservedthatwith the support '' Williams said changes: whlcl
sident of the Talquin Electric system serving over 12,500 con- to "prepare young peoplefor of political pronouncement!, Increased minimum fire pre- ,
Cooperative announces the An- sumer members on its 2,100 the job entry into the ex- the University Presidents' Coun- miums from $15 to $25 "have
nualCo-op Member Meeting to miles of electric distribution p a u din g insurance industry In I cil Is proposing to the Board of solved a problem which had a-
lines. The employee force has Florida". Regents a return to a semester: risen because rural
be held in Quincy on Saturday many pro-
to over 65 in these State Treasurer-Insurance for the universities -
grown public
August 21st, at the livestock years system perty owners were unable to secure -
and offices have been Commissioner Broward Williams of this
area established I state. fire Insurance on their
This is held
meeting and staffed forbetter praising the Initiative which lee ,, "To of
change any part our homes. "
each in order for membersto
review year the past faster service.Extension college officials to begin the I system just to satisfy a political ;: A rate filing approved by Com-
tion of the Cooperative years opera-and to of electric serviceto program, said it marks "an Important whim is sheer folly, Adam: missioner Williams, effectvei,
elect directors to rural areas has helped the step forward In our over- said. He called the semester I August 1, provided for an increase -
them for the coming represent two I economy of the towns and cities all program to bring more insurance I system a waste of money because in the minimum premium'
year In the area due to company regional home it left the facilities -
period. Along with the business money spenton expensive I for fire insurance and approveda
there is a program of fun and wiring, appliances, electric'equipment offices to Florida". nearly idle for almost $50 deductible provision for
entertainment with music con- i home Improve St. Johns River Junior College I three months out of the year. fire Insurance.The .
tests), food, displays of the, lat- ments and many changes that serves Clay, Putnam and St Adams said that'a return to the.emestersystemwouldbe Commissioner said, "We
est appliances and electrical I are possible only In homes that Johns counties, long with other a clear are faced with the serious prob-
equipment. Highlight of theprogram have low cost electric service. that are near enough to permi, I violation of the Legislature'smandate : lem losing Insurance facilities
will be a speech by Although electric service has a large percentage of students tc that state universities which would permit the ownersof I
Don Fuqua, Member Congress been available to everyone in travel and from classes daily. be operated a year-round ba- residual (mostly frame con-
from the ninth congressional dis the Cooperative's service area Harmon Fowler, Director oi sis. He quoted from the 1961 I struction, low-value) dwellings
trict. for the past several years, new Technical Education at the Col- appropriations bill, which released to obtain Insurance against fire.
About 1500 people are expected Installations are still be ing made lege, said the insurance educa- millions of dollars for "Thlswould have doomed furI I
to attend the meeting Including at the rate of 100 per month. tion curricula will prepare students -I the shift to full-time use of university al builders, who would not have
members and their families Cooperatives are businessesthat for casualty, fire, life, I facilities, "contingentupon been able to obtain financingfor
and friends of the Cooper are owned by those they health or multiple Insurance full implementation of a their homes, and ultimately
ative. serve. Each member has one training which "will be vitally trimester: or four-quarter system throttled construction In many C.
An amateurtalent contest will vote and exercises it to elect a needed as more Insurance com- non-fire protected areas
be held at 4i30 P.M. Talented director of his choice from his panies move their home offices Adams pointed out that the throughout Florida, from Pen- II
amateur groups or individual: district. The Board of nine directors Into the State. funds were used, the philosophy s-cola to the Keys. "
are Invited to compete for cast controls the operation of Objectives of the program, according adopted and the program Imple- Commissioner Williams said
prizes. From 6:00 to 7130 the the business. Each elected director to Fowler, Include! ((1)) mented In compliance with the the new plan which has already CHAIRMAN DURWCOD VAUCE OF THE PANACEA C. OF C. CI-
LeFevres, a nationally known has a term of two years. Providing students with a firm appropriations act. begun to attract Insurance- VIL DEFENSE COMMITTEE AND DEPUTY SHERIFF R. E. WHALEY
gospelsinging group will enter Members and friends of the foundation in the theory and The proposal by the University derwriters since it was announced TESTING COMMUNICATION TO BE USED IN TIME OF APPROACHING -
tain. During the aftemoon and Cooperative are urged to attenc practical application of basic Presidents' Council calling fot "will assure the builder of HURRICANE.
evening hamburgers, drinks and this meeting and support the Cooperative insurance principals; ((2)) Provid- several million more dollars to the small, low-priced dwellingthat -
other food will be served by the that has meant sc ing necessary background to prepare return to a semester system Is "a his savings and loan association -
Gadsden County Home Demon- much to this area in service am ,I the student for job entry step backward Instead of forward or other lenders will finance NOTES ON WAMJLLA SOIL NOMINEES FOR ASC
stration Clubs. Members economic benefits. Into the Florida Insurance Indus- Adams said. "It Is almost his home because it will CONSERVATION DISTRICT COMMITTEE ELECTION
register any time from 3:00 may to try) ((3)) Instilling a professional a carbon copy of the sem- guarantee fire Insurance coverage ANNOUNCEDThe
7(30. At 8:00 P.M. the busi- outlook toward the insurance Industry ester system that we as taxpayers for that home. During the recent session oi
ness meeting will begin. At and Its role In the wel- spent trillions of dollars to The Insurance head said that the Florida Legislature an a- election of the ASC County -
the close of the meeting there fare of the nation in students! eliminate tixee short yean ago. coverage is not reduced under mendment to the State Soil Committee forWakulla County -
will be a drawing for the who participate.Itwas The Secretary State expressed I the new plan, because it enablesa Conservation Law was made, I will be held by mail ballotIng -
door prizes. many SCHOOLS OPEN HERE also disclosed that a amazement at"how a society low-valued dwelling builder thatwlll have far reaching ben- August 16-27. Ballots will

AUGUST 30TH special advisory committee of which c."ablc. of photo jr thing .- :.isure up to three 3r. ;.lures efits to the entire state. be tabulated publicly by the Incumbent -
outstanding Insurance industry Mars by rocket and computer in a given area under a single According to L. M. Hollings- county committee or
GUEST SPEAKERThe officials will counsel college which Is on the brink of creating policy. He said, "This plan worth, Administrator of the August 31, 1965, at 7:00 P.M.
Wakulla County Schools are set officials on activities InvolvedIn life lathe laboratory, I permits a rural dweller to Insure State Board of Soil Conservation, In the ASC Office. The newly
to open Monday School, August 30, according 'I the Insurance education pro I' which conquers new frontiers his house, his barn, and his tool the sixty Soil Conservation Districts elected committee will take office -
M to .Superintendent grams. of understanding almost daily, shed against fire, all under a now serving most of Flo- October 1.
W. E. Whaley.The of the school Registration for the program but cannot discipline Its adJust- single policy. rida, have a new name and new J. K. Moore, Chairman of the
first day will be open August 16-27 with ment to a workable plan that The Commissioner emphasized powers.He County Committee, has released
year will find many new teachers classes beginning August 30. utilizes our essential educational thatthe plan of a higher deduct- said that the change in the the following slate of nomi-
in the County system. Late registrations will be accepted facilities on a year-round ba ible coupled with a premium State Soil Conservation Law was nees for the ASC Committee
F Ralph Martin will be the new until September 2, Fowler sis. Increase of $10 came as a result made necessary by the rapidly elections Neal Gavin, Homer
principal at Crawfordville;Clen- said.A Adams also lauded the admin- I of pleas for assistance by changing agricultural picture, Harvey, Buck Miller, J. K.
ny Bonner returns to Sopchoppy; four-way program Involving istrative machinery of Florida' the owners of low-valued dwel- and Increasing efforts tb conserve Moore, George Strickland,
Inez Walker will again be prin- general lines agents and solicitors university system with the chancellor lings and by the institutions financing the basic natural resourcesof Clayton P. Taff and George
cipal at St. Marks; Rufus Williams I life agents and solicitors, the Board of Regentsand such structures rather soil and water, throughoutthe Walker.
returns to Shadeville) and administrative assistants In cler- the State Board of Educa than insurance companies. State. The County Committee super-
Leo Green to Buckhorn. ical work and claims adjusterswill tion. He said, "The companies' pos- There are areas of the state vises the ASCS County Office
Indications point to a larger this be offered, each leading to "Itshoulj remove our collegesand itlonwas simply that they could that already feeling the and responsible administer
enrollment at aU credit toward the Associate-in- universities from the storms not jeopardize their financial pinch of water shortages, and ing the price support, acreage
year. Science goal.St. of politics, yet at the same situation by underwriting bad more will follow If every effort diversion, Agricultural Conservation
Elmer Cokerwill start Crawford-the yearas Johns River Junior Collegehas time, by its established relation- risks at abnormally low premiumrates Is not made to control the wa- and other programs in
football coach"Red"at Sanders been In operation as a public ship to the State Board of Edu- so they were not willing to ter. Many areas of the state the county. Generally, a farm
ville, with Ovid Institution since 1958 and Is cation, keep them close enoughto renew such policies or write new actually suffer from over drain owner, tenant, or sharecroppermay
returning to Sopchoppy.; jointly supported by the State respond to the genuine will ones. age.. the water being sent In. vote in the committee election -
Erdman"Skip' West Is back as and the three counties that pro- of the people. "With this new formula, Flo- to the ocean where it cannot be if he is eligible to take
Honorable Don Fuqua MC Band Director at Crawfordville.He vide its basic attendance. He told the graduating class rida's citizens can once againbe recovered. The Soil and Watei part In one or more of the programs -
9th Congressional District reports his summer programas that Florida must develop a fully assured they will be able to Conservation Districts in an effort administered by the ASC
successful and is expectinga coordinated system of higher obtain fire Insurance coverageno to correct these situations, Committee. Eligibility to voteor
fine marching band this year.A SPRINKLER SYSTEM FOR education which will permit matter where they live at a with the help of the techniciansof to hold office as a commit-
The Talquin Electric Cooperative modem language program SAN MARCOS MUSEUM full-time use of the facilitiesand I reasonable cost, Commissioner the Soil Conservation Service, teeman Is not restricted by reason -
was established in 1941 has been added this year in all which will permit studentsto Williams said.SPURGEON may develop water control sys- of race, color, or creed, or
for the purpose of extending of the high schools. Mrs. Ann Tallahassee, August 12 The progress to the fullest of their temsthat will conserve the sup- national origin. Questions on
electric lines to rural areas in Burks will be the Instructor in Board of Commissioners of State abilities and as far as their tal- ply of precious water. eligibility to vote and hold office -

Gadsden County. Later it was French and Latin. Institutions, this week, In Tal- ents will allow. Holllngsworth added that this or on the election proce-
expanded to cover Leon, then Bill Payne, formerly social lahassee granted the Florida Park Adams said Florida has devel- L. HOWARD change In the state law broad dure, will be settled by the Incumbent -
Liberty, and Wakulla. At present studies teacher In Sopchoppy, Board authority to Install a oped a blend of public and private ened the powers of the districts committee. Appeals
more than 95X of the rural has been transferred to the County sprinkler system at San Marcos education, and "It Is a Spurgeon L. Howard, age 62, and would allow them to conduct from such decisions maybe
homes La this area have electric Staff as Guidance Director. DeApalache State Museum now blend which we must preserve. of East Point, Florida died surveys, investigations and research made promptlytc ti". ASC State
service. These homes wouldi Superintendent Whaley laid the under construction at St. Marks. Wednesday morning In Carra- relating to soil erosion Office.
not have electricity If REA physical facilities at all schools According to State Parks DIr- belle Community Hospital. Ho I and floodwater and sediment Qualifications oi i" 'rsons eli-
loanshad not been made available -' have been Improved.As ector Bill Miller, the sprinkler was a resident of East Point for damages.. in cooperation with gible to hold office j commit-
to farmers for Cooperative the new year opens, all system will cost an estimated the past four years moving from other government agencies. It teemen include eligibility
electric systems. During the motorists in the county are urgedto $2,650. Panama City. also gives the districts basic authority vote In the election and beans!,
years of the Cooperative development use caution in driving, parti- The Museum is expected to be MEN IN SERVICEFort Funeral services were held "to prevent floodwaterand a local resident. It Is also highly -''

I it has grown from cularly In the school area. opened late this year. Hood Tex. AHTNC .. Thursday at 2:00 P.M. In the sediment damages, and for desirable that nominees be
( ) PresbyterianChurch in Red Bay. furthering conservation, devel- c 'irrently 1 active farmers or
Army Specialist Four Henry J. Interment followed in the Church opment, utilization and disposalof Ranchers who are qualified for
i 1M Harvey, 24, son of Mr.Route and I I Cemetery. The Rev. R. C. water 1 committee work and who will be
Mrs. Hayward Harvey,
of the various sec-
12.5-A Tallahassee Bloodsworth officiated. He said that even with the
w 6, Box "| tions and of in
in firing Survivors are one daughter, broadened powers of the amend- types
Fla qualified as expert
the high-powered M-14 rifle Mrs. Ida Marie Landry, East ment, the basic precept of the the county. Further informa-
Point 1 sister Mrs. Ella Mae tion on committeeman qualifi-
Hood Tex. ; Soil Conservation District. .
July 23, at Fort ,
be obtained from
Sconlers DeFuniak Springs cations may
The expert rating Is the highest "Conservation and Development
1 the ASCS County Office. Mr.
mark a soldier can achievein Fla.| half-sister, Mrs. Hattie through Self-Government",
his rifle qualification test. Forbes, Red Bay, Fla. | 1 brother would not change. Gowdy, County Office Manager,
Jessie Howard of East Point) reminds voters to sign the certification -
Specialist Harvey, who entered lhalf-brotherof Crestvlew. Al- on the back side of the
the Army in December 1963, va Howard; and 4 grandchildren.Honorary envelope that the ballot is returned -
is a military policeman I In Company pallbearers were Dr. in. It must be signed.Mrs. .
A of the 720th MilitaryPolice
Thomas W. Pierce Dr.
Battalion at Fort Hood. George
L. Sands, Dr. John L. Burda and W. Smith and
The 1959 Crawfordville High SCHOOL OF CHURCH MUSIC J. son
Emory Dearinger.R. Billy have returned from
School graduate was employedthe Or-
the Southeastern Bell Telephone L. Riley Funeral Home of CRAWFORDVILLE BAPTIST angeburg, S. C., where they
Company In Tallahassee Carrabelle was In charge of ar CHURCHFrom visited i Mrs. Smith's family

before entering the Army. rangements.Mr. They also visited a brother La
30 til
r.IL His wife, Barbara, lives In August September Charleston, S. C. .
3 there will be a music schoolat
Killeen Tex.
the Baptist Church In Craw- Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Oliver

fordville. I from Arlington, Va., arrived
TOM ADAMS AWOUNCES and Mrs. Harold Blanton Mr. James Gouge, Minister of byplane last week to visit
I D children have moved to Music Woodstock Park Baptist friends and relatives In Wakulla
i I' $ APPOINTMENTTallahasseeSecretary Tallahassee. Mr. Blanton will I Church In Jacksonville, will be County and Leon County.Mr. : .
of be Principal Rickards School.He the teacher. '
: dw State Tom Adams announced has been principal at Craw- There will be a class at 3:30: ; and Mrs. Ralph Martin
the recommisslonlng fordville for tea years. P.M. for juniors, and a class at and four girls moved to Craw
Raker 7:30 P.M. for all others who are fordville last wee ken d. Mr.
e ofT. Route.2, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Martin
Martin Is the
Florida Com- Interested In singing or In song new principal of
Crawfordville, ,as
have moved to Plant City. Mr. the Crawfordville School.
leading. They
:.It. of the Northwest Flo-
J missioner
; i
i and Mrs. Martin were both teachers Children and adults from other moved Into the former home of
BERNARD WILSON, WEST COAST LEGION COMMANDER, WAS THE GUEST OF HONOR AT A RE- ciii vjkulU Regional Housing! In the Crawfordville'School. I churches are Invited. Mrs. Earl Stevens, now owned

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I WAXVLLA COUNTY N.EV On the motion of Commissioner -
NOTICE In the Court of the County MINUTES OF WAKULLA Strickland the Board agreed that Mr. Works request I ayes? Rr 0 w

V THUI SDAY. AUGUST 19, 1903 _, Notice Judge, Wakulla County, Flo COUNTY COMMISSION abandon certain portions of $500.00 reduction In assessmentof the law vM required to get
is hereby given that the to of his property be accepted BcMfltv > W the
) new
I rida. In Probate. in Surf as advertised provi'Elon -
Board of Public Instruction of August 16, 1965 street alleyway the motion died for lack of a be'UW.-wy be paid in
IN REt Estate of .
Wakulla County will receive ORA W. SCOTT The Board of County Commissioners the motion of second. some cajMtp+ t worker (and his
WAKULLA sealed bids up and until 9:00 Deceased.To of Wakulla County met The Board on Strickland and The Board approved vouchers wife) M t e wee ur has 3 quartenolCCMlal..about

A.M. August 31, 1965, for the this date in Crawfordville with Commissioner before them and directed : 9 monthsof
COUNTY NEWS furnishing of kitchen All Creditors and Persons the second of Comm. Young
and cafe- issued in -
all members present Moody resolution requesting that warrants .payment work _Th exact: number ofquartsni
torlurn follows Having Claims or Demands Against dopted a
equipment at Tad
Pearce, Clerk W. R. Road Department to therefor. '. needed
Telrphont WAlnut 1-3101 1. Serving Counter Said Estate State further business "f.
Sheriff. put under Surf Road There being no ga work-
2. Dish Counters You and each of you are here- The minutes of the last meet- drain pipe Williams place. coming to She attention of the er.", ,,,' .;It'A
., 3. Vegetable Sink bynotified and required to pre- ing were read and approved.On near H.Board at this hour met asa Board the fame was adjournedon ot a woman
t 4. Pot Sink sent any claims and demands the motion of Commissioner Board of Equalization and after the motion of Commissioner 13or heeds 3 quarter

5. Pot Rack, suspended from which you, or either of a resolution Strickland. 01' A
Vlritlnli KtiRhllr Edits you Da vis the Board adopted hearing complaints and recommendations man 75 or a
ceiling may have against the estate of deploring the actions of accepted the Approved Willard Carter, walDa. heeds 4 quar-

. Fred Ktifthtley .Publisher 6. Refrigerator Ora W. Scott, deceased, late the motoring public in throwing Tax Rolls as presented by the I Chairman ters Of COMJMW, and a man 74

7. Freezer of said County, to the County rubbish trash, and garbage TaxAssessor, Mr. Ferrell, with- Attest Moody Pearce, Clerk or I womwt 7* In 1965 needs S

Entered at Crewfordvtlle Florid 8. Work Tables Judge of Wakulla County, flo- along the right of way of State out alterations or revisions, and August 6, 1965 quarters of coverage (to qualify
9. Vegetable Peeler rida, at his office in the court Road 369 Wakulla County between Mr. Lee Work and Board-bf' Commissioners for benefit at age 72). Any-
corrections. County
around class matter. Suburrlp 10. house of said The
M Milk Cooler County at Craw- the Leon County line and Mr. Luther Roberts appeared and met this date In spe- one 'IJIIer'JlllHcIJ six or more

tinn r.U.i. $3,(00) per year, 11.12. Range Steamer fordville calendar, months Florida from, within the time six the Franklin County liner and Mr. Creer requested by letter cial session with the following quarter of coverage.
Widows ol deceased
requested the Clerk to sencop- Tax Assessmentsbut Chair- workers
reduction Willard Carter,
13. Oven of the first publication of this present
Dickerson, also get under the
ies to Mr. George all denied. Vice- may payment
14. demand were man, George ,
Mixer notice. Each claim or
Chi Florida Mr. Rolf meet on new provision. However, the
pley to
; The Board agreed and John L. Davis.
15. shall be In and shall chairman,
Tables writing,
Mickler, Assistant State High- 3rd for hearings on Strickland and number of credits: needed depends -
Full specifications can be obtained state the place of residence and Engineer Tallahassee, flo- September of same. Commissioner on both the widow's age
WIlLIAMS REALTY way budget and adoption Commissioner Walker, absent.
HENRY office address the claimant -
from the office of the post of Commissioner andthe yew,la which the worker -
motion moved
Superintendent of Public Instruction and shall be sworn to by rida.The On the Commissioner Young died or mi 65 whichever
REC. REAL ESTATE BROKERST. motion of Commissioner Strickland and the second of Davis second- is
Wakulla County, Craw- the claimant, agent, attorney, Davlsto all Road employees the and earlier, White continued.:
MARKS, FIA.t and such claim or demandnot Commissioner Young regu- edthatthe supplemental budgetas
Phone 741 fordville, Florida., All bids sled any shall be void 10 hours work per day failed lar meeting day of the Board to advertised adopted, the Workers tad widows of deceased -

orPANACEA must be accompanied by a bid with the Chairman, Mr. be held on Labor Day be changed motion was carried with the workers who we eligible under ,
guarantee of not less than 5% of /sHope DraperAs Strickland and Mr. Young voting to September 3, 1965, at Chairman voting Yes. this new section of the law
BRIDGE base bid. Ancillary Executor of the No. will get $35 a month, while
I 8:00 A. M.Commissioner. further busi-
: being no
Phone YU 4-2102 The Board reserves the right to I Last Will and Testament of The motion of Commissioner Walker moved to the attention of wives of workers who qualify

REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES reject any or all bids, and to Ora W. Scott, deceased. Davis i to move the :Mosquito that the Chairman of the Boardbe ness the Board coming the same was adjourned will get $17.50'a month.

Associate award the bid to the best interest 4t-8/l2.19.26.9/2. ControlDrag Line to Sopchoppy elected In September, or at on the motion of Comm. Anyone who baa a question a-

W. M. Hatcher Sr. of Wakulla County. and clean ditches around school the time of adoption of budget, Young. bout the new provision, or any;

Phone WA 63'201If Board of Public Instruction In the Court of the County property failed with ::1.1:. Strick- and for his term to run concur- Approved Willard Carter, part of the social security law,

Byt S. E. Roddenberry, Judge, Wakulla County, flo- land, Mr. Young and the Chair rent with the fiscal year, Oct- Chairman is invited to write, phone, or

Chairman rida, In Probate.IN voting No. ober 1st through Sept. 30th. Attest: Moody Pearce, Clerk come into the Tallahassee office -
Attest William E. Whaley, REa Estate of Mr. Carter stated his reason The motion died for lack of a located" *t 306 W. Jefferson

---- Superintendent Joseph Reese Williams, for voting against the motionwas second.Mr. Street.

You Need. 3t-8/l2.l9.26. Deceased.To that State approval wouldbe Strickland moved that the A representative from this office -

All Creditors and Persons required before this project Board adjourn. No second.Mr. SOCIAL SECURITY NEWS will beat the Courthouse In
could be started and the County Crawfordvill the 2nd of
S OfficeSuppliesHusineAs In The Circuit Court of The Having Claims or Demands Strickland moved and it Friday
e Machine Second Judicial Circuit of Against Said Estates hadnot obtained such approval.Mr. was so ordered that the County Many WakullaCountyresidents every month rat 9:30 A.M. to

e Office Furniture Florida, In and For Wakulla Walker moved: transfer from Mosquito Control over 72 who did not previously assist persons la filing a claim or
County. In Chancery.No. You and each of you are here- WHEREAS, the previous motion oldredtruckand that the County have enough social security work wanting other Information concerning -
SM or Call 1348. by notified and required to present to move the Mosquito Control advertise for bids for sale of credit to get benefits may now social security matters.

RANEY WHALEYat Marell BAKER any claims and demands Drag Line to Sopchoppy old Willis Jeep Pick Up Truck, be eligible to receive payments,
Mandy Plaintiff which you, or either of you, School was made in best Inter 1956 Model. Bids to be openedon Frank D. Whiter; social security

may have against the estate of ests of the State and County September 30th, 1965, at district manager in Tallahassee,

CAPITAL OFFICE vs. DIVORCERichard Joseph Reese Williams, deceased funds, reason being that drag 10:00 A.M.Commissioner. announced this week.
late of said County, to the line has been idle on I
I' EQUIPMENT CO. Andrew BAKER, sitting Strickland mov- I Before the ,4*lnlnt changes In
Defendant. County Judge of Wakulla County Mashes Island for the past sev- ed that the Board adjourn. No the social security law. at least
, 319 South Adams St. Florida, at his office in the eral weeks, that being broughtto secC',1. I I
Corner E. Peiuacola ORDER OF PUBLICATION court house of said County at my attention by Mr. Young, .J

TALLAU !lEE, FLORIDA STATE OF FLORIDA Tot Crawfordville, Florida, withinsix and whereas the Mosquito Con-
calendar months from the trol director has indicated that
Address Richard Unknown.Andrew Baker, time of the first publication of there will be several more days NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF

thisnotice. Two copies of each before the next regular scheduled

LEON SEPTIC TANK, You are hereby notified that a claim or demand shall be in project will commence ,

complaint for divorce has been writing, and shall state the therefore be it resolved that,
SERVICE;?* filed against you in the Circuit place of residence and post office pending telephone confirmation

-'. Court of Wakulla County, flo- address of the claimant, tomorrow the drag line will be TALQUIN ELECTRIC

Clean Out rida, in Chancery. You are and shall be sworn to by the moved to Sopchoppy for clean-
Repair hereby required to file (person- claimant and
agent, attorney Ing of ditches around school.
ally or by attorney) with the fee of .
New Installation accompanied by a filing Commissioner Strickland mov-
The Best For Less Clerkof said Court, and send a one dollar and such claim or ed and,Mr.Young seconded that COOPERATIVE INC.
of the to the attorney -
:copy same demand not filed shall be
.'. so all Rq d employees be given a
for the plaintiff, your writ- I ,
void. I0 hour In and
; TelephoneTallahassee defenses if to the
hi Ruth Strickland William thatts' Road Superintendent be
877.1773 in said cause on or
complaint ,
As executrix of the Last Will given 345.00 per month, was YourANNUAL
after 6:00: p.m. before September 6, 1965. and Testament of Joseph carried, commencing with this .
Herein fail not or Judgment by
Reese Williams, deceased. date 81665.
default will be entered against
4t-8/5. 12. 19.26. Commissioner Strickland mov-
ed that the Board adjourn. No
Dees Barber ShopFOUR you.WITNESS
my hand and the second.A t
said Court Crawford- MEETING
seal of at discussion was held on the

vile Wakulla County, Florida, middle tentative budget, Item #2,
White lady (
this 2nd day of August, Clerk's
to do light housekeeping salary.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) age The Board approved the vouchers -
BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 and necessary cooking
/Moody Pearce to be companion for elderly before them and directed

OPEN TIL Moody Pearce widow Address Box 366, Tal- that warrants be Issued in pay-
Clerk Circuit Court ment'therefor. :T
8:00: P.M. FRIDAYS lahassee.
Wakulla County, FloridaJ. 2t812.19.Sell There being no further business -
coming to the attention of
H. Hudson Saturday
the Board the same was adjourned -
GRADY M11TFIELOrtAROLD O. Box 66Crawfordville
KNAPP SHOES part or full on the motion of Commis- ,
BUES-GR\DY MATHERS Florida time. Earn $25 to $150 a weekon sioner Strickland and the secondof
Attorney for Plaintiff high commissions and bonus. Commissioner Young.

DEE COOK, Owner 4t-8/5. 12. 19.26. Steady year-round business. THELIVESTOCK
Willard Carter
life CUE SU\ GREEN STAMPS Equipment furnished free. Writeto Approved: Chairman ,

J. C. Clayton Shoes
Knapp ,
Attest! Moody Pearce, ClerkMINUTES
OPPORTUNITY Brockton, Mass.

For a future with a well known 2t-8/19. 26. PAVILION

Midwest Manufacturing Firm ,
CLARE'SEARLY We,are now offering exclusive Mr. and Mrs. Matt Mathls, IJ I '

distributorship for a patented Eric, Ann and Billy Helveston, OF WAKULLA
product. No competition. wentto St. Augustine last Tuesday COUNTY COMMISSION :
[ ? Factory trained personnel will They came back by Jack August 2, 1965 Quincy, Florida 'tC

assist you In letting up a tried sonville where Billy boarded a The Board] of County Commis- ," ,
and proven advertising and mer- plane for home. Billy is Mrs. sioners of Wakulla County met :' '

chandlilng program. lOOW MathIs'nephew from East Hampton this date in Crawfordville\ with ELECTIONOF
EARLY mark up. Investment guaran- Conn. all members present, W. R. FINANCIAL

FRENCH PROVINCIAL tetd. Minimum investmen Taff, Sheriff, Moody Pearce, DIRECTORS'
VICTORIAN $1,000. Maximum $14,000
Clerk, J. H. Hudson, County : ,
All confidential. Fo
FURNITUREPhone replies : u
and Carmel Pelt
Attorney, ,
information write Director 01 Mrs. Johnnie Llmbaugh and Road PROGRESS

383-1222 Marketing, P. O. Box 14049, two sons, Larry and Cary Ken, Superintendent.The minutes of the last meet- Music by

1901 N. Monroe St. St.UNITED Louis,MARKETING Missouri 63178.COM- have moved into their beauti- ing were read and approved. "The LeF evres" EPO".ft;,,

TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA PANY, 6286 Banner Avenue, ful new home. Mr. Harry Smith appeared in ,) ,

St. Louis Mo. 63130. behalf of the Wakulla County :\ t"
14tc8i-iI/11. Development Commission and \,

requested that the County Com- "
I I missioners assist In hauling of

old tires from Tallahassee whichare
TallihtMet BiuiiMoa' Firm being used on the reef project ..

now underway by the Development -
Commission. Cold Drink

Commissioner Walker moved Pie
DIRECTORYPatornlM Cak. ai
that the Board give Raymond
Nichols week terminal pay but -0- .4,
for Sole
the motion died for lack of a bt"Rome
There Advertisers second. Talent Contest '

Commissioner Walker moved Demonstration Clubs
--- p.m.Valuable
that the County buy a new motor
I grader, and in asking for bids tc -0- of Gadsden County

F R M Little II I request prices on trade of old
Folks Store
IlM. O. I. GRAMLING machine and prices.without Prizes

FEEDS !!J Majors"Thi Capitals for Minor*" & CO. trade.The motion. carried on the second IncludeUpr1qht -u-

Cllildr", ', Fumturi, fey, of Commissioner Davis. Freezer
Camtt. Hobbs OM-Stop S.rrk for Further conditions of the advertisement -

Flint River Mills Baby Aoetitorui,' FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry and bids are at follows Clothes Dryer,
133 N. Monroe St. Business
lOll 3. Monroe J>h. 223,0271Lifkt .! :, 2:1BakerAlford /
Supplies 1st payment to be made In Television
Garden ToolsSo 1967 2nd In 68 and last payment Meeting Begins<<
In 1969. To be equal to
Adam' at S.A.LR.R. Caterpillar Model 12. at 8:00 pan.
Co. Mr. Carraways mosquito con-
Phone 223-0173 trol budgeted was presented anu GUEST
Joss" accepted In the detailed work ;
Anything for your auto, truckor
and tractor. Also for your power plan.On. DON
Wngkt RegularCVnercU FUQUA
of Commissioner -
ptockf I Uwnmowtr, and much for 10111'boat. motion ; t,
% Davis the Board approved the ;

Hanson, Wood and 208 N. Adams St. P2228380 Arras Mosquito Control Project, MEMBER OF CONGRESS ,'' '
floe) Ind.; Inc. No. 300.
Capital On the motion of Commissioner FROM FLORIDA'S NINTH
S. Adams St. at 4-PolnU CONGRESSIONAL
Strickland the Board approved DISTRICT
Ttl. 222-6840 P. O. Box oastYeager Since 1808 ,
the Panacea Mosquito Con-
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Mr. Davis moved the Sopchoppy

I MEMORIALS Ditching Project No. 9 Line .

c_,.ry Wok of All Tnt "E" be approved and It was so AND
the second of Com- THE GENERAL I
508 W. Cain* St-T.l. 23-0719 ordered on PUBLIC ARE INVITED. MEM"

Inc.t4 Walter 1. Buefcaa, Mer.l. missioner. Ben Young.Mr. Stoutamlre. appeared! BERS. TO REGISTER, MUST HAVE THEIR
before the Board and requestedthat SLIP. I
;/lIftrUH sad BOIIdt a pipe be furnished and SHOULD DETACH IT FROM YOUR ANNuAL

8. Adams St.- .S22-4681 placed by the Board In Shell NOTICE AND PRESENT'IT 'MEETING
Point Subdivision.The AT THE
Board declined at thir ItEGISTBATJO DESX TO

l. i time to take any action on the BE IDENTIFIED AS A COOPERATIVE ME1rmER.r' .

I request.

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Member Federal Deposit Insuring Corporation I AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION


I STATE OF FLORIDA .,later/ following the acceptance of r this plan. RIGHTS ACT OF 1964
WAKULLA COUNTY All pupils attending school in the Wakulla County School System will be furnished by their Princi- Gainesville- The Florida Agricultural
pal on May 27, 1965, instructions and forms on which their parents or guardians shall express their Extension Service it
On the 28th day of July, 1965. at a meeting of the Wakulla County Board of Education, in the City choice of the school next to be attended by the pupil. Said forms must be returned to the Principal complying with the Civil Right
of Crawfordvillc, Florida, the following resolution was unanimously adopted or mailed to the Office of the Superintendent no later than June 10, 1965. For those pupils who have Act of 1964, Dr. M. O. Watkins -

WHEREAS, as the result of numerous judicial decisions and various statutes enacted by the Congressof not registered, and for those pupils who have previously registered but who now wish to rc-rcgister, director of the agency,
the United States, it is without question that enforced racial segregation in the public schools of instructions and forms shall be available at the office of any principal and the Office of the Superintendent announced today.
Florida and other States is illegal, violates the Constitution of the United States of America, and from August 9 through August 27, 1965. In addition, copies of the instructions and forms The Extension Service is following -
that compulsory separate but equal school systems for the white and negro races will be no longer shall be published in accordance with Section VI, paragraph 1 of this plan. Written instructions up on the recent supplemental -
permitted; andWHEREAS shall accompany the form setting forth- in detail the policies set out in this Resolution requiring a instruction issued by the

the Wakulla,County Board of Education, after exhaustive study and long consideration free choice of the school next to be attended, as set forth in the attached copy. Federal United Extension Service of the

of the various possible alternatives, has concluded that it is absolutely essential to the continued o- VII. The following form shall be furnished to the parent or guardian of each child In the Wakulla Agriculture States he said.Department of I

peration dual,school progress systems and welfare; of the Wakulla County School System to formulate a plan eliminatingthe I County School System for the school year 1965-66 Instructions, provide that Extension -

Dear Parents personnel, Including its
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Wakulla County Board of Education, all members state staff and
thereof concurring, that in order to comply with the laws of the land the said Wakulla County Board Effective with the commencement of the School Year 1965-66, all students in the public schools make county Extension
of Education docs hereby place in effect the following policies effective upon the date of the adop- of WakulU County, Florida, shall have freedom of choice, to attend any school in the Wakulla all agents educational, must certain that
tion of this Resolution; County School System. In the event overcrowding results at a particular school from the choice and programs, activities -
made, priority of assignment shall be given to those students residing closest to the school without assistance are open to
persons without regard to
regard to race, color, or national origin.
A. Effective with the commencement of the school year 1965-66, all students in the public race, color, or national origin.No .
schools of Wakulla County, Florida, shall have freedom of choice, in the manner and through the Those whose choices are rejected because of overcrowding will be notified and permitted to makea one may be excluded from
choice of white school.
mcdiumhcrcinaftcrstated, to attend any school in the Wakulla County School System, regardless of a formerly negro or formerly participation in or denied the
race, color or national origin and enjoy the benefit of all services, facilities, and programs availableat Teachers, (principals and other school personnel shall not be permitted to advise, recommend or benefits of, or be subjected to
said school. The freedom of choice herein granted is granted to the pupil and parent, or guard- otherwise influence such decision. Nor, will school personnel either favor or penalize children because discrimination under any program
ian of the pupil or pupils involved, and such freedom of choice must be exercised at the time and i n of the choice made. or activity carried out by
the manner herein specified. Teachers, principals and other school personnel shall not be permittedto the Extension Service.
Enclosed herewith is form on which you may mark your choice of the school to be attended by your
advise, recommend or otherwise influence such decision, nor will school personnel either favor or "The Extension Service is prohibited
child for the school year 1965-66. A choice .must be made and this form must be returned to any
penalize children because of the choice made.B. teacher, principal, or the Office of the Superintendent of Education on or before August 27, 1965. from providing assistance
In the event overcrowding results at a particular school from the choices made, priority of assignment Please indicate your choice of the school to be attended by your child by placing an X in the square t:o any organization or group
shall be given to those residing closest to the school without regard to race, color or nat- beside the name of the school. that excludes any person from
membership or participation in
ional origin.C. Commencing with the School Year 1965-66 students shall have freedom of choice to ride any activities f the
any organization
Those whose choices are rejected because of overcrowding will be notified and permitted to school bus operated by the Wakulla County School System serving the school of their choice. All or subjects to
make an effective; choice of a formerly negro or formerly white school. buses will be routed on a nondiscriminatory basis. according to school enrollment. discrimination because any person of race,

H. REGISTRATION Thank you for your cooperation. color or national origin, Wat-

A. All pupils attending school in the Wakulla County School System during the school year 1964- Very truly yours, kins said.
He further stated that
65, shall register for the school year 1965-66 by returning the registration forms to any teacher, prin- William E. WhaleySuperintendent who believes himself any per-
cipal or the Office of the Superintendent of Education on or before June 10, 1965. All pupils who of Education son class of individuals or any
have not registered, and those pupils who have previously registered but who now wish to rc-reglstcr, specific tobe
subjected to
shall register at the school of their choice August 16 through August 27, 1965. Registration shall be himself
maybe authorized
held Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 A.M. and 3:30 P. M. representative file or by awritter

B. All pupils who will be six ((6)) years of age on or before October 2, 1965, and who intend to NAME OF STUDENT: complaint with the Secretary 01
commence the first grade for the school year 1965-66, in the Wakulla County School System, sha 11 Administrator, FES.A .
by and through their parent or guardian or other person standing loco parentis, register at the school Grades for 1965-66 written complaint must be
of their choice from June 1, 1965, through June 15 1965. All pupils who have not registered, and lied not later than 90 days Iron
those pupils who have previously registered but who now wish to re-register, shall register at the Nu et scheo l GradeLAWlablllBUCKHORN the date of the alleged discrimination

school.of their choice August 16 through August 27, 1965. Registration shall be held Monday I unless the time for filingIs
through Friday between the hours of 8:30 A.M. and 3:30 P.M. thru 6 extended Vy the Administrator -
thru 6
C. Pupils transferring Into the Wakulla County School System for the school year 1965-66 who did ST. IARILCO 1 thru 13SOPCHOprJ FES, or the Secretary. Any
not attend school in such system during the school year 1964-65 and who arc not commencing the CRUFORDVILU complaint received by a State
first grade, shall by and through their parent or guardian or other person standing loco parentls, register 1 thru 12SHADEYILLE Extension Service shall be
at the school of their choice from August 16 through August 27, 1965.D. I thru 13 promptly forwarded to the Ad-

In case of overcrowding, first preference in choice of schools will be given to those pupils who ministrator, FES.Wat.khusald .
register during June 1 through June 15, 1965.E. it Is the Intentionof I

It shall be mandatory that the parent or guardian of the pupil registering to attend school during the University of Florida, the I
Signature of Parent Guardian Institute
or of Food and
the school year 1965-66 exercise the choice granted in Paragraph I,A hereof. The choice made.at Agricultural -
end the Florida
the time of registration as hereinabove set out shall be binding for the school year 196566. Agriculture
Extension Service to
F. The foregoing plan of registration will be followed annually, except that for the school year Address comply fully with the Civil
1966-67 and subsequent years, pre-rcgistration shall be completed prior to the end of school each Rights Act and related instruc-

year. tions. To this end we will be
. HI. TRANSPORTATION: working with organizations and

I Commencing with the school year 1965-66 all students, by and through their parent or guardian, STATE OF FLORIDA groups throughout the state to
shall have freedom of choice without regard to their race, color or national origin, to ride any WAKUL1JCOIDITY confer on problems that may arise -
school bus the school of their choice. All he added.
operated by the Wakulla School System serving
I, the undersigned William E. Whaley, Superintendent of Education, upon authority of the Wakulla -
buses will be routed school enrollment.
on a nondiscrimInatory basis, according to County Board of Education, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fanningand

,, IV. PUPILS RESIDING OUTSIDE WAKUUA COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM resolution adopted by the Wakulla County Board of Education on 28th day of July, 1965. children from Alexandria,

If the Wakulla County Board of Education accepts students from other districts their acceptance will William E. WhaleySuperintendent Va., have been the guests of
[ be on a nondiscriminatory basis. In addition, the parent, or guardian of the pupil or pupils involved, of Education Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dawson for
n, shall have the freedom of choice granted in paragraph IA hereof, and the choice to ride any school the past ", "ek. The Fanning
bus operated by the Wakulla County School System serving the school of their choice.V. ,ATTACHMENT "A" spent last weekend at Fort Wal-
ton Beach visiting Mr. and Mrs.
PERSONNEL ASSIGNMENT 1. a. Number faculty and staff members employed by this system In C. E. Stull and family. Mrs.

Assignment of personnel at all levels and to all positions shall be made without regard to race, 1964-65 1965-66 Fanning and Mrs. Stull are sisters -
color or national origin. The following steps will be taken immediately pursuant to this policy Beginning and the daughters of Mr. C.
the school year 1965-66 the separate In-Service Training Program for teachers -- wherein White 55 White 54 L. Dawson.Mr. .
workshop to study problem relating to the schools are held -- shall be eliminated and said program I Negro 21 Negro 22
shall Include: all the teachers of Wakulla County, Florida, regardless of race, color or national ori. b. Non-instructional personnel employed and Mrs. A. R. Pearceof
gin. All system wide faculty meetings will be de-segregated. Further steps will be taken towards 1964-65 1965-66 Tallahassee visited Mr. and
the elimination of segregation of personnel, such as utilizing rotating> personnel in both the colored Mrs. Moody Pearce and Mrs.
and white schools. The race, color, or national origin of pupils will not be a factor in the Initial White 31 White 29 Mable Pearce Saturday. .
assignment to a particular school or within a school of teachers, administrators or other employees Negro 12 Negro 12 ,
who serve pupils, beginning in 196566. This school system will not demote or refuse to reemploy 2. Number of personnel discharged or not reemployed 1965-66 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Merryman
principals, teachers and other staff members who serve pupils, on the basis of race, color, or national and daughter, Debbie, and Mr.
origin; this includes any demotion or failure to reemploy staff members because actual or expected White 20 and Mrs. Jack Merryman from:
loss of enrollment in a school. Attachment A hereto consists of a tabular statement, broken Negro 4 Nashville, Tenn., arrived today

down by race, showing data) the faculty and staff members employed by this system in 3. Number of newly employed personnel 1965-66 to visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred
1964-65; ((2)) comparable for 1965-6603( the number of such personnel demoted, discharged or Kelghtley. They brought Greg
not reemployed for 1965-66; ((4)) the number of such personnel newly employed for 196566. Attachment White 18 Kelghtley home. He has been
A further consists of a certification that In each case of demotion, discharge failure to Negro 5 visiting there for three weeks.

reemploy, such action was taken wholly without regard to race, color, or national origin.VI. I certify that all actions taken to discharge, or In falling to reemploy personnel were taken without
regard to race color or national Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Porter
have as their guest Mr. Porter's
A verbatim copy of paragraphs, n, HI and IV herein set out will be published in the Wakulla Coun- \ William E. Whaley (Ii lT.; sister, Mrs. Bannah Croocks,

Jy News, a weekly paper of local I distribution, once a week -for three. ((3)) consecutive weeks Immed- J from Mt. Pleasant, Texas.


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if FUQUA/ HITS MAILDISTRIBUTION to see where this supposedly ef-' Mr. Cato is employed by Mr. Mrs. Leavl Willis was returned Mrs. Eleanor Carlan from Atlanta / WAKlUA) <'?HJNtYNEWS I
f ficUnt system has been of any SOPCHOPPY NEWSBY Simmons of the Panacea Marina. to the Oak Crove Convalescent visited her parents, Mr.
SYSTEM assistance to us at all, he said, Home in Tallahassee, Saturday, and Mrs. Henry Smith. She .',THURSDAT. AOQ08T .:'M.,W5I\
"and I call on the Post Office C. SappMr. The J. L. Davis family and the August 14. We hope Mrs. Wills -1 came to get her son, Cary, who
Congressman Don Fuqua sharply Department to take action Im- and Mrs. Robert H. Luke Bass family of Moultrie, can soon return to her home. hasbeenhere for several weeks. ,
I criticized tae new mall distribution mediately to correct this situation Strickland and daughter Julynn Ca. spent the weekend in theta She has been In critical condition .
system to Postmaster: of Tampa, spent a few days vacation Rlvervlew homes. for several months. .
General John Gronouskl this week
Fuqua pointed out that rural last week with their son I '
:and spoke out on the House floor Laurice Rot ert. and daughter, Mi. and Mrs. B. W. Simmons
carriers, who had left Douglas, and family.Mrs. NOTICE9PFCIALS
normally for a I
\\edncsJayagalnst the problems Carolyn, left Wednesday left Friday for Detroit, Michi-
their offices the
in hours
I which the program has caused! thereby giving early early service to, Jimmie Wilson of Fort trip up through North Carolinaand gan, where they will attend the FRI., SAT. MON. AND IW& '
S Speaking to the I-Iouse. Fuqua rural often WS1tonBeach visited her father, Kentucky. wedding of their granddaughter,
I pointed out that the Florida delegation patrons now cannot F. B. Becton, last Thursday and Janet Klinger, who is to be mar-
leave their offices until well Lucille
had met with postal officials up Friday. Happy to have Mrs. ried August 25. Mr. and Mrs.
In the morning. Hours of delay Herrell home from the Talla
before the plan Simmons will remain several
I into effect and were told was that put result,and and this is compoundedtime Mr. Cecil Kelly of A Iturui, hassee Memorial Hospital. Lu- weeks In the home of their daughter MAXWELL HOUSE 19C
mail service would be Improved. entire again he throughout noted."I the Fla., visited the Rev. Baker cille underwent surgery several and son-in-law Mr. and
"We told postal officials at the would system and family Sunday, August 8th, days ago. Mrs. Kllnger.
point out, Fuqua .
time that it did not to bea and returned on Tuesday with
workable program appear, would not : told the Postmaster General, Mrs. Baker, who took LeWayne Clad to know Carl Revell is Mr. and Mrs. Ausley B. Car-
improve efficiency or mail serI "thatthis system has proven demoralizing Roddenberryand Karen Tully to Improving. Carl was hospitalized raway, Jr. and little daughter, COFFEE
I to the postal mploy- Tallahassee Memorial left for Houston Texas,
vice and was disrupting the lives Lakeland for a Young People's in Sunday LB. BAG
I and of I eea and local postmasters, whc Convocation, led byBishopHenley. Hospital several weeks ago suf- where Ausley will be employed.Mrs. .
1 positions postal employees. .
had nothing to do with the insti- feringjomethirddegrci.burns.Ruth
The department went a- tution of the system, but are C. Flowersretumed home NECK
head implementing the plan in carrying out orders. I wish that Mrs. Inez Yent and Mrs. Kay and Dale Rowan of Ft. Thursday after spending several e 19c
spite of strong protests, and sub- those officials who developedthis Duren of Tallahassee visited Mrs. Myers were the weekend guestsof days in Gainesville. Returningwith
sequentevents have proven it to Mrs. Norma Rudd. Accom- her for few is her Fresh Grade "
scheme would get out ol Florida Roberts on Sunday.Mr. days A FRYERS lb. 29
be a mistake, Fuqua said. their offices In Washington and panying Dale and Ruth was Bo- son, who has been In the .
He pointed out that the busi- get out to see Just what this and Mrs. Mark Roddenberry die Lawrence. Gainesville Hospital.
nessman depends to a large extent scheme Is doing to mall service. have moved to Tallahassee SIRLOIN STEAK
on his mail service. "We "Postal rates continue to climbin where Mark enters Florida State Visiting over the weekend in Elaine Revell is visiting her Ib. 69c,
have instance after Instance, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Archie father before returning to Do-
the name of better service, in September and
and it is till rule rather than the University Morrison is their daughter,
than, Ala., where she will attend I
we are assured by postal officials Mrs. Roddenberry has employ-
exception, where businessmen Mrs Helen Malone of suike, school. Elaine is makingher End Cut
that a new plan will mean ment.
must wait two hours and more Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. Hilda home with her sister and
I past the normal time when they; ter when service.the But is we put find into that effect Mrs. Ruth Williams and son, McDonald and family of :Milton, family, the Paul Smiths. PORK CHOPS lb. 79c

can pick up their mail due to It program to be universally Mackey, left last Wednesday foi Fla. They also visited the Quigg '---.. '
this new system. Employees of and their home in Palm Springs, family. -
unpopular with the public
these firms can't get to work in the employees of the postal de- Calif. She appreciated the Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Roberts CRAWFORDYILLEPERSONALS I TOMATOES, No. 303 can, 2. for 25c
kindness of
the morning on their normal
It's time for
partment. past have visits of their
tasks but await the mail during the illness and passing ol enjoyed
delivery, sometimes well after action platitudes was, taken."I it's time. that some her husband. Mackey says he's grandchildren during the sum- Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Townsend Sweet INEW CROPPOTATOES
midmoming. going to miss our school and his mer. and son, Jack, attended the
I call on the Post Office Department 2IbS.
Townsend's Reunion" at Hart 25c
teachers and bus driver.
"In addition, employees
many to correct this situa- Mrs. Ronald Langston and twc Fla. this week-
I Springs, past
of the post office department members of the Ala.
tion, children of Huntsville, ,
r have had their positions changed Congress to join me in protest- Walter Sunday Harms visitors were at Mr.their and daughters Mrs. spent a few days with Mr. and end.__ BANANAS, '2 Ibs. : 2S
have been moved to other .
ing this situation. The penalty Mrs. Amos Langston. Miss Settle Helen Hammlck
and families, Lynwood
locations, and in general it is a which businesses and the people has been visiting relatives in'all
t. mess. It's past time that this have had to pay for poor service Watts family and Linda Roger Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Von Mall, Tenn., and Cleveland -
situation was rectified, Fuqua already are too high and the sit-i, from Tallahassee. Scholk of Tallahassee and the Ohio. SHOP HERE"FOR YOUR
said. uatlon will onfy get worse. I Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Strick- Brown family of Eastpoint were
The Congressman noted to want to protest in the strongest land returned several days ago Sunday afternoon visitors at the Mr. and Mrs. John Ferrell and SCHOOL SUPPLIESFREE
Cronouski the absurd situation possible terms this situation, and from a vacation trip to the Ralph Browns. son, Johnny, visited friends
I where a piece of mail placed in that action be taken immediately Smokey Mountains and a few down the State last week.
'I Mr. Clinton Cox and daughter, NAME
an office only seven miles from to correct it. days with their son and familyin View PLATE WITH PURCHASE OF
Cell of Highland ,
the office where it is going, Cocoa, Florida.We Mary Jack Pearce has returned home
must be transported over 100 spent Saturday visiting his sis- after visiting in Charleston, S. NOTE BOOK BINDER
miles, processed, and then car- welcome a new family to ter, Mrs.WalterHarms. C., where he attended the wedding -
ried back. "The delays in some Sopchoppy, Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Vassie Roberts I' visitingher of a friend. He has been to ,
instances amount to several days Cato and two children from living I brother and family, Chester Oxford, Miss., to visit friends.He BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS

the old Bambridgc, Ca. They are also visited his Mrs.
over system and I fail Ga.I aunt,
Chason In Attapulgus,
Clinton Cox home.
in the
Juanita Simpson and Mr. Simpson FILLER PAPER SIDE AND TOP HOLES
in Middletown, Tenn.

Mrs. Ed accompanied 500 SHEETS . 99d I
l ; XlVERVBODY W1HS WITH OUR USED CARSIX! Mrs. Ceorge Levy Walker to Jackson-

ville last week.
v Mrs. Richard Cowdy, Mrs.
Tillis Strickland, Mrs. Florida
.: Whaley and Mr. S. B. Forbes, PIGOTT'S STORE
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heater and standard transmission. 1959 FORD '
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\ u' power steering. ... ,.. .: 1963 CHEVY II

ij 'f,r 1961 CHEV. ,.1 Station Wagon 6 cylinder, auto

t : ; 4-door 6 cylinder with heater, auto 1 matic transmission

matic transmission and only 25,000 I

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J'1' 2 door, radio, heater, automatic M 'Vb 1
to t \I '") "BOB* NORMAN' CHOOftEft .'f" qt transmission, clean and real nice.

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I automatic transmission and air conditionin *

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.t{ automatic transmission and power Manager
: 1962 SAAB
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see any of our No. 1 Salesmen. t .

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