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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: May 16, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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II ,VOLUME-NUMBER 38 'J | f CRA WFORDVILLE, FLORIDA t Thursday, May 16, IMS I I 1 I pRICE' 10 'CD'TS pER COpy I



II Panthers_ -- W.i.n..A.V-.C. .Championship i {{ k t a' x II I


w me baseball team 01 urawioraville High School swept by* 1 ,

J Florida.School. for Boys to win the Conference Championship I Better Fishing ,Beverage Dept


,.t last The Friday.Panthers won the Southern County Reaches 11[Planned By .. Holds WhiskeyState : E :I: t. I 1I

division title with a 5-1 record .:Crusade Beverage Director Richard Jt ._ .. : :_ I
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while going 9-2 for'the season. A GoalThe Game Dept.TALLAHASSEE B. Keating annuonced today that I .1'C -

1-0 win over Sopchoppy wrappedup WakulU County Unit of -- The year administrative action has been in- __ fija
the Southern' title and entitled the American Cancer Society',JC 33 could be the' greatest single stituted for the revocation of the
the Panthers to meet the wishes to thank each 'person who conservation and outdoor decrea- alcoholic beverage license of the
northern team for the championship donated their time to the annua tion session in Florida's legislative Sand Bar in Port St. Joe.

game. crusade, which has surpassed the!,history. A number of bills have The move 'was made some five tqE

In the championship game, quota of $625.00 set by the unit. !I been introduced in both the Senate months after beverage agents : -
Sophomore Billy Porter allowed A special tribute goes to Chair-and House that are ,designed to seized several thousand bottles of
the opponents 3 runs on 5 scatered man Bobby Gene Paulk and CoChairman -''provide future of hunting, fishing whiskey from a truck. and a warehouse y,
hits' and was in complete control Jim Helms for a mis and outdoor recreation for near Altha in dry Calhoun
all the way. Porter who has won aide well accomplished with their generation to come, according to County, and Jt was determined the I
6 and lost none over the season able co-workers in .each commun- A. D. Aldrich, director, Game and whiskey came from' the Port St. t
had the seasons best support from Fresh Water Fish Commission.The Joe bar.
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his team with 10 runs on ten hits Honor Society of Crawford- Fresh Water Fishing Im- In announcing- action, Keat- S Fat
and only one Panther error. yule High School deserves a hearty provement Bill of 1963 was signedby ing said th, whiskey seized is be-

BOX SCORE thank-you for their cooperationand I, Governor Farris Bryant, Thurs- ing returned to distributors in
C.H.S. work in the "Buck In The,day, May 9, and became one of the Pensacola to satisfy liens. The
Player AB H R Road" which was conducted by[first steps in a progressive conservation transfer is being made under the + '
Miller _-4 Q 1 them under;the leadership of the program designed to im direct supervision of the Beverage e t
Spears 3 1 3 chairman and co-chairman. They prove the state's fresh water fish- Department, the director noted. _
j Porter 4 2 2, collected '207.97 in this drive. The ing in over twenty years. The Out No criminal charges were filed
Core -4 3'I 3 house to house canvass collected door Recreation 'Act of 1963 against the defendants. Keatingsaid
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Oaks :,4" .2 1 $745.75 and the canisters collected 'cleared the legislature and received his department was advisedby

:We1ch. jC..;...' ?:. 10I 0 13537.. To date the amount of the Governor's signature on May its legal counsel that there were Mrs. Douglas Dwight Hammons
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Smith! ;- ... s.--. ",, 1" 0 'the Crusade is 98958. A special some technical difficulties in the Protect Miss Peggy Joyce Harvey,1';son, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Davis,
10.Aldrich Forests
'I. :'Wilson 3- 0 0 report ,by communities will be said, the Outdoor Recre- case which led 'him to believe that) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tallahassee.Mrs. .

Cook. ,':: 0 .0 given at a later date. ation Act, together with the four attempts to prosecute would bei Areas Charlie Harvey became thebride Addie Boyd, Jacksonville,
4' ,.., Fishing
'-- -- Anyone who has not donated and implementing measures, is full as- fruitless. of Douglas Dwight Hammons, son Mrs. Lizzie Hammons, Pensacola, '
Totals 31 10 1 0 wishes to do so may mail their surance of .Florida's future in The Beverage Department h shad Tallahassee-Rare is the fisher- of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus James Mr. and Mrs. Pat Lynn, Bradenton,
IP.S.B. check to Mrs. Evelyn ,Gowdy, sec 'competitive outdoor recreation custody of the whiskey. since!''man who 'hasn't been ribbed for Hammons of Tallahassee, Staurdey Mr. and Mrs. David McNeil, Ouincy. -
Player 'AD H R and ',treasurer, Rt. 6 Tallahassee, market of the nation. The programas December mistakenly casting into brush or night, May 4, in the First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Austin Lambert,

Patterson S 0 0 Fla.Again outlined in the Florida Outdoor 14.DEATHS tree.His Church in Crawfordville. The Rev.S. Newport, Mr. and Mrs. William
nectar a 0 0 May we the members of Recreation Act meets all the requirements partner's acid comment is A. Coxwell performed the double! Payne, Medart, Miss Dale Rowan,
Swetland 3 1 0 the Wakulla County Unit expressour of Federal Acts which usually something on the order'of, ring ceremony Carlton Tucker Sopchoppy, Miss Beulah Durrance,
Gayman' 31 0 sincere thanks and appreciation will make grants and loans avail- Mrs. Cora Turner "What kind of fish were you ,, gave the. prayer. The alter was Tallahassee.
;Stringer-2. 0 1 to each, worker and contributor able jto states which have an of- I hoping for a squirelbass banked with palms and fern, with Rehearsal Dinner
:'West'' ::' '"'. :H ,.Q 1 for the 'success of this Crusade ficial state plan for outdoor recre- Mrs. Cora Turner died" Thurs- And even though there is no white gladioli and carnations and The rehearsal dinner was given

b Hehna:'..:;:.:.,.:..-.,;-3.:::: :1.Williama .-" i Each of you have. done your partin ation development.These day morning, May 9, at the homeof Florida game fish known as the flanked by two seven branched by the bridegroom's parents Friday
:-:':.:...-..:....::.:;:!t:: .,2. 0 this worthy cause and deserve outdoor recreation bills her son, J. D. Turner Wakulla squirrelbass-inhabiting the limbs candelabra, holding burning white-night at the Skyline 'Restaurant,
Clark S 0 a' honor and praise for your tireless provide that only the actual users Station. Mrs. Turner had been which overhang streams or lake's tapers. Family pews were marked Members of the wedding party at-
efforts. "Thank you." of recreation facilities and serv- ill for several months. edge-there, is a tie that binds with fern tied with white satin tended.
Totals 9.6 6 3 ices will finance the developmentsand Funeral services were held -at forest and stream, good fishing !ribbons. Miss Sue Council was soloist The table was centered withan
C.H.S. :4 3 3 0 0 0 0-10 their maintenance. Citizens the New Teanor Church. at New and poor fishing. i and Mrs. Cecil Forbes, organ- arrangement of white spring
F.S.B. _0 3 0 0 0 0 0-3' who actually use outdoor recreation Teanor, Ala., Saturday morning, For forests protect the water- flowers, and silver candelabrawith
2b Helms Porter HR J Homecoming: : HereThis facilities have and with the Rev. E. W Perrymanand shed. And trees secret to ist.The bride
... -Oaks.3b. :; historically I are one was given ,in marriage burning tapers. The bride
Core '- traditionallypaid their way in the R../. Judge Helms of- a well-regulatsd' ;roiuctive by hr fat "? she wore a gown of presented her attendants with a

The Panthers under Coach Ma- Sunday all the programs available to ficiating. 'geared to a fisherman's chantilly lace with chauel .train, ,I gift of pearls. The bridegroom
this were steady contenders all Crawfordville Methodist Church [them. Hunters and fishermen are Besides J. D, Turner who is A forest captures tream'l sleeves, the bouffant skirt was presented his ushers with tie-tacs
season. With a team that 'saw 6 annual Homecoming service will classic examples of a segment of Chairman of the Board of Wa- tons of water, when water is tied with alternate layers of lace to be worn in the wedding.
+ lettermen returning the Panthers be held Sunday, May 19th. the population who have financed kulla County Commissioners, the dant, Obeying a wonderful law of I sabrenia neckline, long tapered
i were .hard pressed to find playersto Rev. Richard Sprague will de- crusades for green forests and other survivors are M. L. Turnerof nature, the forest releases this and pleated tulle and featured a In MemoryKENNETH
f- fill the:4:'starting: positions va- liver the sermon. 'clean waters. These citizens' will Lawley, Fla., and Hubert Turner reserve water as needed. basque waist. Her crown was of
cated graduation.. This years Rev. Sprague who came to this ,always represent the best interestsin of Madison, Fla., and one Without nearby trees, a good I austrian cut crystals and irrides- A. STRICKLANDOn
team has one. senior, 4 juniors, 4 charge in January of this year resource conservation and are daughter, Mrs. Moree Pattersonof fishing stream on the slightest cent pearls. She carried a cascade April 12, 1963, God, who
sophomores, and 2 freshmen. comes to us from Holden Heights. strong supporters ol| all types of Pensacola, nine grandchildrenand provocation can become a dry I bouquet of white ride roses ven- doeth all things well, tOok'to himself -
With 'a strong infield boast 3 Methodist Church in Orlando. outdoor recreation and sound con- five great grandchildren; two gulch or a roaring flood. Actuallythe tered with a catleya orchid on her I. our beloved brother, KennethA.
All Concerence players; Oaks, The usual dinner on the grounds servation measures, Aldrich said. brothers and four sisters.EV.Vickers. forest serves as a valve, while Bible. Strickland.

. Porter and Spears: the outfieldwas event will be served In the new the stream itself is a barometer Miss Sally Oaks was maid of In memory of him, we the members -,
made lip of 2 ninth graders, church annex where the facilities reflecting the condition of a whole honor, Elnita Welch and Elsie of the First Baptist Church,

t Wilson,:and Cool, and anchored on are better and people can be more Homecoming at E. A. (Sandy) Vickers, 77, died area's watershed. Barwick were bridesmaids. They Crawfordville, Florida, would liko
11th grader Miller. With Core at comportable. Everyone is invitedto at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital Fortunately, most of Florida's I'wore identical dresses of blue silk to take this occasion to expressour

shortstop? ,Welch! ,at Second, and attend and bring a basket. New Light May 26 Saturday evening, May 11th, aftera streams and lakes are born of a :organza with matching head pieces gratitude for his life and
i Smith at first, the Panthers made short illness. healthy watershed. Forests cover and shoes. All the attendants carried "-rnee-among us. Brother Strick-
Make to attend home-
i 8 double plays which was tops in I ; plans now As- He was born in CrawfordvilleJan. more than 60 per cent of the land white nosegays with white land came into the fellowship of
New
the Conference. Bullpen reserves :Card of ThanksWe 'sembly coming services of God at Church,Light Sunday, 24, 1886, and lived all his surface of the Sunshine State. tulle and satin. this Church in 1950. He was a
were Rl Stevens, Catcher and D. life in Wakulla County. He wasa More people are taking to the Donald Hammons of Tallahassee Deacon for 11 years, in which of-
I Harvey, pitcher. wish to express our most 'May 26. We are expecting'you to retired farmer and a memberof Florida outdoors for camping, served as his brother's best man. fice he faithfully served until God
SEASONS RECORD heartfelt thanks to our many help us make this a day that will the First Baptist Church. !swimming, hunting in season, Ushers were Robert Chase, Charles called him home. He served as a

CHS 4 FSB -..-..... 7 neighbors and friends who didso be long remembered. I( you sing, Funeral services were held at I picnicking, and fishing. More Johnsan, William Warmack and teacher in Sunday School for many
CHS 8 FSB 2 many kindnesses for us duringthe play an instrument, or just enjoy 2:30 pan. Tuesday in the church than 700,000 Florida fresh water Roy Warmack of Tallahassee. Mrs. years, and was one of the best
CHS 3 Bristol 2 sickness and death of our beloved good Christian fellowship, plan and burial was in the Crawford fishing licenses were issued in a Harvey, mother of the bride, worea Bible scholars in the Church. He
-Apalach 4 'mother, May God's BlessingsRest' now to come worship with us. single Though all "recrea lace Chairman .
'CHS .-:- ville Cemetery. The Rev. S. A. year. beige dress with' packet also served effectively as
CHS 6 Bristol ,, 1 upon u you. Sunday School will .begin at Coxwell and Carlton Tucker will tional pressure" is increasing in and matching accessories. Her corsage of the Building Committee,
CHS _-3 Carrabelle 5 The J. D. Turner, familyM. 10:00, followed by morning worship officiate. Florida-with a larger populationand was a beige cynbidium orchid .Training Union Director and
CHS _16 Carrabelle 7 L. Turner, familyH. at 11:00. There will be an old I Survivors include three brothers more visitors-Florida fisher Following the ceremony a receptionwas Chairman of the Deacons. Brother

CHS --.:.. 7 Sopchoppy -.._. 5 G.Turner, family fashioned dinner on the ground Andrew i of Bradenton, John men still don't outnumber Florida given by the bride's parentsat 'Strickland will always be remem-
CHS 4 Apalach 5 Morre Patterson, family followed byspecial singing duringthe and Alfred of Crawfordville; theS. fish. the Woman's Club. Introducing bered with fond affection for his

''CHS 1 Sopchoppy 0 afternoon. B. Forbes family of Crawford- In fact, fish biologists who man- guests at the receiving line were gracious spirit, his firm stand for
CHS :-10 FSB 3 Rev. E. J. Stufflebeem is pastorof I ville ,and a number of nieces and age the lakes and streams of three Mrs. Joyce Givens, sister of the God, his strong convictions about
I I -', the church, which is located, nephews. of the* State Forests complain that bridegroom and Mrs. Carlton Tucker. truth and right, his helpfulness
, : "'6'l 38 about 12 miles from Tallahasseeoff Pallbearers were Fulton Harvey, :"the water isn't being fished toward all who need him and his .
FINAL BATTING AVERAGES the Crawfordville Highway.We ,Ellsworth Harvey, L. R. Harvey, enough." Underfishing means "too The bride's table was covered faithfulness and dependability in
.. will be looking for you. Strick- little ones." .. with a floor length the work of the Church.
:grade P? ab h ,Y bb so 2h Sb I hr aVi Arran Wiggington, Jimmy many satin cloth
Name .
Fishable Florida with The Church its deep
State Forestsare overlaid
; r.' -- land and J. K. Moore. nlyon net. Centeringthe expresses
Miller, G.--.11 8 ,39, 7 6"8 14 ,1. o' 0 .180 Blackwater River (183,000 table was a four-tiered cake, sympathy for Mr. Strickland's
Co 'e'J-; ;_._10 6 39 17 12 2 3 -2 1 1 ..43G'S acres) northeast of Pensacola; bridegroom, encircled with rufflesof family: his wife, Katherine; his
'' rs'J.: '..11 2 32, 10 12 8 6' 4. 0 0 .313 Withlacoochee State Forest (U4, white'tulle. At either end were IOns,Kenny, Ricky and Gene; his
;po r; 110! 1 31 8 9, 10 6 ,'3 2 0 .258 x '000 acres) near Brcoksville and topped with a minature bride and daughter Kathy his parents Mr.
Oaks,-: .::.....11 5 33 11 10 2 7 --1 O' 4 .333 t Pine Log State Forest (7,000 candelabra holding white tapers and Mrs. W. F. Strickland; his f
J.. ..11 4 25 6 6. 11 6 0 0 0 ..240I brothers Duward and
-Welch, acres) northwest of Panama City. and arrangements of white flowers. ; Eaton, ,
'3 ai.th, I:. '..12 3 29 5 5.6 10' .'0 0 0 .1'l3 Cutting the cake were Mrs. Louise Penn; his sister, Mrs. Leslie Quiggj
'. 'Wilson, D. 9 9 30. 5 2 4 9 0 0 0..1677 Trull and serving were Mrs. Mon-
I ;;:! 9, ,3'.4. .6' ,3, 4 .\:0 0 0 .143 IN THE SERVICE tine Durrance, aunts of the bride. Jr.We ask that a copy of this me-
: ..... i morial be the minutes of
Pouring were Ann Moore and Sandra spread on

Kingsville, Tex. FHTNC
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Harper. Miss a given
copy
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l ... -- 4 Navy Ensing James D. Bradford]
-- Turner kept the bride's book.For Strickland's family, one sent to
I ..-,<:.PkcZ Jtee&n.-: :.;::"' ..pitched". ..'. w '. 1 h Z' .er- -', bb ". hb 4f: Carrabelle son of Mrs., Fla.Evelyn, recently Bradford a student of] their wedding trip to .South the local newspaper, and one to
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Florida
Florida the Baptist
t iter-. --41 \6. 0:3 14 pilot in Training Squadron 23 at bride's traveling .cos-
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,12 16 6 13 23 2 tume was a three-piece blue linen Done by the First Baptist
'. oAk : ,,; ....li63 S 2 the Naval Auxiliary Air Station, '
1 6 8 2 10 6 2 Kingsville Tex.., was designated a,suit with white accessories and Church of Crawfordville, Florida .
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:c n game-Core in. conference, April 24, 1968.
Trot orchid
:Hit G&JOab Oa e higao -Porter naval aviator in ceremonies in> corsage. Upon their return
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which his wife the
former Miss
f =cliG.n.1pDay' Card of ThanksA Charlotte A. Curry of Albany;Ga., St. Tallahassee, The bridegroomis Reunion AttendedMr.
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0( heartfelt thanks to all who ex- pins on his wings. a student at Florida State Uni
E. L. Glover and his entire
F Methodist: tended comforting sympathy and During his flight training, Ens. versity. family attended the family reunion -
help in our recent sorrows. For the jj3- {Bradford flew the Grumman F11F Out-of-town guests besides thosein at Old Mt. Pleasant church
Saturdayt beautiful service floral offerings ("Tiger aircraft. the wedding party were Mr. May 5th located 18 raffles north of
The- Crawfordville Methodist and other kindnesses we are deeply He is slated to report to the and Mrs. Gene Billings, Mr. and Bainbridge, Ga., Mn Deeator
.- 'ebarch will have 'clean-up day grateful. Naval Air Station, Lemoore. Calif., Mrs. Nelson Rowell, Mr. and Mrs. County.

J Saturday. May .18th starting, at. Mrs. Nellis J41athera for duty. Hershell Suber, Mr. and Mrs. Louis The Mt. Pleasant church was
t.. a ..'....,. and familv.. Forgive us our debts Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow and the land
;' ---- as we established in 1846,
All 'members of the church are also have forgiven our debt- Garner, Miss Thelma Langston, was given by Mr. Glover's Grand-
; ,urged to'lend a hand in this work Card Thanks ors. (Matt. 6:12). Mr. Barnes Hopkins, Mrs. Betty father. It was called the Glover
the-church; facilities will Mayo, Misa Betty Whetstone, Miss
:: that damaged
.:.: go ; We wish to express our sincere When we forgive someone church until a hurricane
I .. ':: be in,, good shape for the 'H. meomW -thanks to- our friends for their who has seemed to wrong or Mr.Linda and Oliver Mrs. Mr.Gus Mike Huttcf, | it. It was then rebuilt and named:
Mr.
'this Keuling,
\ .... '-. Sunday. of sympathy and offend us we are the ones who Mt. Pleasant.
: These who can come are askedbrteff many expressions fnw CG.SfXTF OFFICER G. W. Tolly la the newly Let and Mrs. Casey Harrell, Mr. and All
& iat d staff first reuB 8
kindness during our recent app > gain. us ,rejoice that the That was the :
..." 'various.cleaning aid and given us offlcer' charge of maiate&anee for the Big Bead Coast GaanI AuK. Mrs. Jack Whiddon Jr., Mrs.. Audrey agreed to set
: : : forgiving love of Christ makesit fia attending
j-- : bereavement. The CG i its family
; expaadiag operation in the Miss
Golf Mayo Letitia
.1tar Coast Smith
bothers .. Mrs.
{ not ,they area. ,
member can : _
..., .. : The S. B. 'Forbes and Tally's appoia--t wu .DD-MIJKed. : by Capt. W. S.8chJe7. head of possible for us to overcome. the first Sunday in May for the
,', "asked fO.aesd someone. tke cHYWO .1 t Wyatt Jackson, Mrs. T. M. Jack
,i "a"' ,,- : Vickers Family. a3eaocrat P'ato,) personal animosities. [reunion In coming years.

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t_ .2..w ULLA ONTY NEWS to Write Mrs. Moore and ; I
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R ,'- Thursday.: May 16,1963 I CLASSIFIED County School Minutes, Of, her to remove fence which has r .

Loose weight CommissionMay placed across public road, in Otter -
safely with DEX- Board MinutesMay County "

WAKULLACOUNTY ,A-Diet Wakulla, full weeks supply 98c. 13, 1963 6, 1963 Creek.The Board ,approved the'v uch- Tallahasseeflowers' : COM lE1"J.! J.

fordville. Pharmacy Craw- The Wakulla County School The Board of 'County Commissioners era before them and directed that V : :?

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NEWS Board met in regular meeting'at of Wakulla County met warrants be issued in payment \

8:00 aun., May 13, 1963. The this date in Crawfordville with the. therefor. & '

Telephone WAlnut 6.3301t' Chairman, Mr. Crum, called the following present: There being no further business ;i. :' Candy ,Inc. SERVICE .

meeting to order with the follow- J. D. Turner, Chairman; Willard coming 'tothe_ attention of the .'" ..- ...... .1:"

0. CLASSIFIEDFEMALE ing members present: Mr. Gowdy, Carter, vice-chairman, Ralph Board the same was adjourned on }

HELP W NTED Mr. Posey, Mr. Roddenberry and Strickland, Sam W. Smith, F. T. duly made motion. ]

Opening for 4 ladies immediately Mr. Paulk. Roberts, Commissioners; J. H. ATTEST: '
> Virginia Kefchtley, ,,:_ Editor ,
-- in Crawfordville area..Earn $25$50 Moved by Mr. Paulk and seconded Hudson, County Attorney; Carmel Chairman Circuit Court : : .' > J. ,
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part time No canvassing, by Mr. Gowdy that the Minutesof Pelt, Road Superintendent; Moody APPROVED ., :

collecting or delivering. We April 15th and April 30th be Pearce Clerk Circuit Court. Chairman of the Board Formerly Tillman's ,

train and commissions week approved as,read. Minutes of the last meetingwere I '
Entered at Crawfordville. Florida, pay .. 1105 EAST JEFFERSON ,4
ly. TeL 224-8797 or write 803 Voting for the motion was Mr.I read and approved: i STREET. i .

as second class matter. Subscription Delores Dr., Tallahassee, Apt.C. Paulk Mr. Gowdy, and Mr. Crum. Panacea Air Strip AgreementOn : ., .
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the motion was the Motion of CommissionerCarter .
Voting against : a._
rate: $3.00 per year. ;

.b :_. .. .. there was no cause or reason :' "Sometimes it seems as if ;" l' -, ..: ...il, ;..."

given for rejecting the Principal, THIS AGREEMENT, made and the school of experience these 'I.ii'' ;It; ',-.! .

If You Need N Superintendent and Board of Trus- entered into between the Bureau of days conducts only night .' :EHONE' 224.5023 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA .
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tees' recommendations which is re- Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, here- classes." Kenny Bennett, :: ,
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Office Supplies quired by law. in referred to as the Bureau, and Greencastle (Ind) Putnam or 6.3301. 4 CRAWFORDVILLE. !

Business Machines i. Moved by Mr. Roddenberry and the County of Wakulla, a political County Graphic. w\

t, Office Furniture seconded by Mr. Posey: that at the subdivision of the State of Florida,I

k See or Call time the new Gymnasium is avail- herein referred to as the County,1 --- '.;

I table for use then the' old Gym-,witnesseth thatWHEREAS I NOTICE OF TAX SALE

RANEY WHALE I nasium will be designated as the the United States Notice Is hereby given that on the 3rd day of June 1963. at Crawfordville. Florida. County Wakulla. State of Florida I

Y Band room for the Sopchoppy owns. and the Bureau of Sport tax sale certificates will be sold 'on the following described land to pay the amount due for taxes herein set
1 opposite the same together with all costs of such sale and all advertising.
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Description of Land Sc. Twp. Rge. Acr. Owner Amount of
. OFFICE Voting for the motion was Mr. that area of land known as s Taxes and Costs.

.. Posey: Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. the St. Marks National Wildlife
EQUIPMENT CO CALL 222-0165 }i acre In above description- In 20 2S3S IE V Clifford L. and Eloise Kelly 13390Leonard
r Gowdy, Mr. Paulk and Mr. Crum. Refuges for the protection and Lot 1 BUC B. DB 344 In 16 IE M. Barren ..08
29 319 South Adams St. and birds All of land in the NE i of Sec. 34 lying E of
of
Moved by Mr. Gowdy propogation migratory
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE the Tallahassee-St. Marks Rd 363 contalntn .
seconded by: r. Paulk that the and Wildlife, andWHEREAS 35 acres m/1 less lots sold less DB 49
FLO IDAL P-481; and DB 50 P-272 In 34 3S. IE 18.S8 A. F. Rich 40."
r- bills be paid as presented. The County of Wa-!As per DB 58 P-75 In ., Ii 2S' 1W 1. ,Richard Y. McCauley -- 1.62

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT OF THE OF' Voting for the motion was Mr. kulla is charged with the respon-i As' per DB 7 P-74 in Public Records Wakulla 3 -:3S, .' 1W .1' .Effle Smith 3.62

SECOND FLORIDA. JUDICIAL IN AND FOR WAKULLA Gowdy, Mr. Paulk, Mr. Posey sibility of promoting developmentsand In SE corner of Sft of SVt 'of NW!/4 of Lot ,' .Y _
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23 Harstfield Survey 4 Unknown 393
TV COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.OF MORTGAGEN. No. __ Mr. Roddenberry and Mr. Crum. programs in keeping with the, Eft of SEV of lot 38 Rartsfleld Survey:_ :".', '4 43Lots' Heirs of RT N. Crawford 11.27

.FORECLOSURE T. Smith. I Moved by Mr. Posey and seconded needs and welfare 'of its citizens,,, 5. 0,Subd.7. 8. 9.of 10.lot 11.41 30 and to 38 42 Ind Hartsfield Unrecorded ...f1-!'<,-

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SERVICECall P1a1nt1U. by Mr. Gowdy that the Board Survey '., -K. ... Ben Stoutamire '-: ;J ;..'X3.3.54
Ben* M. Abra- andWHEREAS (Beginning at NE corner of lot 60 thence ', .
Abrahams and Hilma give to the Standard Oil Com- the County pro- '
run S 65 Iks 7 chs to a nob. then run S 13 <
hams. Ms wile of their entire chs 29 Iks then go back to pob. and run W ?**. ,_ -
WA 6-3612 Defendants NOTICE TO APPEAR pany Sopchoppy poses to construct an airstrip on 12 cbs 71 Iks. to NW corner, then run In a ,, iI ;; ,. .:.
GEO. CREECH THE STATE OF FLORIDA; TO: fug oil business for the 1963-64 certain private land adjoining the Southeasterly direction to SE>> corner containing < -

CRAWFORDVILLEbees Ben hams.Abrahams Route No. and 2. Hllma M. Abra- i school year except St. Marks. St. Marks National Wildlife Ref-, field Survey 8ft acres m/1 In Lot 60 Harts- ',,", -64 Flora Trotman ;,14.09

Voting for the motion Mr. for, As per DB 56. P-598/ In lot 71 Hartsfield
Fa You tteviie hereby Georgia notified that a suit was uge and in so doing, to provide Survey .. Wilton Reed ," 2.93
are Mr. Paulk Mr. Ape DB 56 P-5 22 in lot 72 Hartsfield '
to foreclose a mortgage has been Posey, Gowdy Mr. needed safety factors, the County "

In brought the Circuit against Court you of by Wakulla N. T.County.Smith. .Roddenberry and Mr. Crum. must clear a strip of timber on I In Survey NW corner of NE/4 of lot 77 Hartsfield 2 Wilson S. Reed ,3.52

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Barber Shop Florida and you are hereby requiredto Moved by Mr. Posey and seconded refuge land paralleling the airstrip Survey 5 Suwannee Lewis '26.72
file withthe Clerk of the Circuit An undivided 1/11 int. in all except 200 acres
Court of said County your written de- by Mr. Roddenberry that the andWHEREAS of lot 82 Hartsfield Survey 14 1/11 Nathaniel Sanders. Jr. 3.09
2238 South MonroeMen'r If In said suit and to An undivided 1/11 Int. In all except 200 acres .
fenses.serve a copy any or same on A. L. Porter. request for the use of a bus from the constructionand I of lot 82 Hartsfield Survey IC. It 111l Polly Whitehead LOll

Haircut Cpawfordv]le. Florida. Attorney for the the Shadeville Senior Class and operation of this airstrip will l Mof undivided 1/111nt. In all except 200 acres "
.,and Boys ,Plaintiff on or before the 3rd day of lot 82 Hartstteld Survey .- 14 1/11. Hein of Willie Sanders 1.00
', une. A. D. 1963. Sopchoppy Band Boosters be be a benefit to the County, the An undivided 1/11 int. In all except 200 acres '". -
the Honorable W. May of lot 82 artsfleld Survey k: : 14 1111 Hein of Wiley Sanders 809
Walker WITNESS one of the Judges of said granted. general public, and the Bureau, As per DB 39 P29. 1 acre m/1 In lot 92 ", .

Court, and the Seal thereof at Craw- Voting for the motion was Mr. NOW, THEREFORE, .the par Hartsfield Survey ;, y. 1 Laura and Malcolm Harper '18
NE of of SW> less 1 "
Wakulla Florida. this 5 acres In corner S'4 4 :
/ ..,., fordville.::26th day of April County A."D;1963. Posey, Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. ties hereto alter into this Cooperative acre In NE comer of lot 92 Hartsfield '
SEAL) Mr. and Crum. Survey : ,. .4 James Rosier. Medart 7.09
( Mood Pearce Paulk Gowdy Mr. Agreement as follows As per DB 44 P-69 and 70. 7% acres of land "" .. a I
DEE COOK. Owner on E side of lot 105 HS less and except '. -
Clerk. Circuit court.Wakula Moved by Mr. Paulk and seconded A. The Bureau agrees to permit '
County. Florida. 82 acres sold to Ray E. Manley and W. R.
A. L. Porter.CYawfordville. by Mr. Roddenberry Jhat th the County to clear the Gray Jr. Hartsfield Survey ..' 1 Hannah and W. R. Dykes 9.17

for ,.P1.a1nUU.H Florida. Board hereby designate the CountsHealth timber from a strip of refuge As Survey per DB 55 P-223 In lot 115 Hartsfield ', .'. ..\ .Ted E. Phillips SOS

Attorney, Doctor as the doctor tc land described. as follows: As per DB 57 P-181. 6 acres in 24 23 2W :1 1. Alzada Morris 5J3
SW s of SW!'4 of 13 3S 2W 40 F. H. Carter 8 42
make the physical examination oi f Beginning at a point wherel00m As per DB 57 P-57 In 27 33 2W 10 Walter Siminons 409
Lunch As per DB 54 P-307 in 25 45. 2W ,*4 W. D. and Nannie Bowen 718
all Bus Drivers and
14a. T the east line of. section 2, NW\/i of NWJi of ,1 53 2W 40 Rosemond Cameron '.42
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THECHRISTfflfl employees for the 1963-64 school 2 W. Tallahassee 2ft acres In form of a square in,NE corner >..jntib3W
T. 6s., R. of that certain 19 acre tract '
: Meridian, Florida inter- veyed to E. Revell by E. L. Vickers and \ ;t:

year.Voting for the motion was Mr. sects the north right-ofway dated Nancy 3.11 Jane and Vickers recorded his on wife P206 tz:DB t

being in 'a of SEl.. of 3 53 ::2! Roy Revell 13 09
.th MedM Paulk, Mr Roddenberry, Mr. Road No. 372 rw '
Way. of state :
Asper DB P 242'in 7 55 2W .2 Cumbie and Sally White 873Sallle
Posey, Mr. Gowdy and Mr. Crum. thence north along said east On E sic of NW'a of 1 55. 2W Allen White 10.27
Moved Mr. Paulk and seconded All of SE of NW lying; S of S1\ 10. Cont.
/ by
: line of Section 2 approxi- 2 acre also 5 acres lying in NE corner of
S SCIEnCEmOniTOR Home Service Department by r. Gowdy that 'Mrs. Susie 3000 feet to its intersection ofA NE bB of SW!'', of 1 SS .2W 'SM John tale 686
Florida Power Corporation mately per !H P-221 in 1 58 2W :42 Homes. Inc. 1018.
Peck be employed as Lunchroom with the south Aa per DB 56 P223 In 1 IS 2W J4 Ted E. Phillips 7.18
.inexpensive and substan- Manager for the St. Marks lunchroom Aa per DB 56 P-225 In 1 IS 2W 505 Ted E. Phillips 1645
right-of-way line of U.S. Lot I a. per plat filed In DB 8 P.O/ln/ SE4 .
tial "meal-in-ltseli"' dish. for 1963-64 School Year. of SEll 12 5S 3W 2' James A. Roddenbernr 263
Hwy 98, thence westerly ap- Aa per DB 32 P.83tIn SE of 12 58 3W Harold F. Cearon and Wife 11.27.
Creole Beans Voting for the motion was Mr proximately 30' along said Sof SW'. of SEA and aU unshod land. f : ... ..
lying In SE of SEA 'Of -' 12= as' 3W. :' James A- Roddenberry 9 18
Paulk Mr. Mr. Mr ;
Gowdy Posey
Wash and. pick over 1 pound : proximately 30' along said NWf EJ; Less fn acres in SE comer of MIn SS r 3W .t34 James A. Roddenberry 8:18
Roddenberry and Mr. Crum. south line to'a Ater DB P-65 53.3W ft R. M. Hartsfield 409
right-of-way
pinto beans. Place.in large kettle SW!' of 5W!. DB fJ P-168 in 23 58 3W XI W. R. Yates 409
with 24 quarts boiling wa Moved by Mr. Roddenberry and point: thence south approximately 5\2 of SSW;; of NWi : aU of SWI of SW
lying E of SALRR of 35 5S '3W 11. John A. Sanders '.71
Accurate ter. Add 2 pounds smoked ham seconded by Mr. Gowdy that thE 3000 feet, along a Aa per DB 55 P-15 to 13 3S 5W ,.. George W. Glbbs 16.45

hocks or ham butt. Cover and Board adjourn. line parallel to the west 30 Lots 7. 10 and 11 Square 6 Town of Waneta '. Unknown 2.23 3.47
Town of Unknown
Lots 8 and Square 11 Waneta
.CompleteNews bring 'to boil. Lower heat to Voting for the motion was Mr,, ft. of the east line of section Lots 8 and 9 BLK A Town of E St. Marks ', .. Louise Shufford 7.18
_. simmer. Cook 2 hours or until Roddenberry Mr. Gowdy, Mr Lots 5. 6. 7 and 8 BLK 18 Town of St. Marks 'c' .; :_ :, .' ; Wesley and Mary Wood 10.27
: 2, to the north right-of-way Lots 1 and 2 BLK 25 Town of St. Marks '." Ben and Lucille Stoutamire 873:

beans are tender.In Posey, Mr. Paulk and Mr. Crum. line of state road to the Lot 13 BLK 28 Town of St. Marks ..,a'Tats :< r Thomas Ashton 5.33
3 and 4 BLK 27 Town of SU Marks Mary Edna Posey 8.73
skillet fry 4 strips bacon Henry A. Crum; point of beginning.B. Lot 3 BLK 31 Town of St. Marks .:w Lotus Shufford 7.18
until Remove bacon and Chairman Lots 4 and 6 BLK 34 Town of St. Marks Ben and Lucille Stoutamire 7 18
crisp. The agress in return that: Lots 1. 2. 15 and 16 BLK G Town of W. St. Marks '.. ; $** John and Martha Bynum 93.70
Coverage drain on paper toweling. Set C. L. Townsend, 1. Once cleared, the land in the Lots 3 and 14 BLK,G Town of W. St. Marks 'iP/ W. G. and Mary Wood 16.45
Lot 7 BLK A Magnolia Gardens John H. Dorsey 3.47
aside for Add 1
garnish. cup Superintendent refuge will be maintained by Lot 50 BLK A Magnolia Gardens Ronald Rockhul 347:
minced onions and 3 cloves garlic Lot 59 BLK A Magnolia GardensLot Kenneth 347
the coutnyJn a'manner satis- 60 BLK A Magnolia GardensLot Silk. 347
minced to fat. Saute until 78 BLK A Magnolia Gardens Ralph B. Shick 347
Printed in golden. Remove from fat and factory to the refuge mana- Lot S3 BLK A Magnolia Gardens #' Virginia D. Grenler 3.47
ger in charge. Lots 8 and B BLK B Magnolia Gardens Vondell A. Bowen 5Mrs. >
BbSTpHLOS add to beans. If there are not 1fm Lot 24 BLK C Magnolia Gardens .:...'}' Dlarac Mauk 347
: 2 tablespoons fat left in skillet. 111& Old 2. No construction will be permitted Lot 48 BLK D Magnolia Gardens :""',v Gaston Rehn 347
Lot IS BLK G Magnolia Gardens Clarence E. Shultz Jr 3.47
land.
ANGELES add butter to make up differ- on the refuge Lots 45 and 46 BUC K Magnolia Gardens -., C. A. Sanders 5.94

ence. Stir in 2 tablespoons flour 3. The County shall reimbursethe Lot 13 BLK L Magnolia Gardens Milton 1... White 347
IONDON Lot 20 BLK L Magnolia Gardens Cecilia and Ralph Freedman 347
and cook slowly stirring con- Bureau fully for any Lot 11 BUc M Magnolia Gardens Robert S. Howard 347

stantly until it bubbles. Add to 71 damage to refuge land re- Lot 38 BLK N Magnolia Gardens -'" ,. .:f: Ruby M. Wilhite 347
a Lot 3 BLK r "'; Wilma Porter WaDe 347
beans. Season with % cup chop- sulting from the operation, Lot> 47 BLK OpMUOaGa Gardens Julia and Sybel Tucker 3.47
1 Year $22 6 Months $11 ped parsley. 2 teaspoons salt ? _EZt 9 BLK Q Magnolia Gardens --"" :: Jack E. russell 347
use or management of the Lot 4 BLK R Magnolia Gardens Norman and Joan Stephens 3.41
leaf
3 Months $5.50 .2 teaspoon thyme. 1 bay ,'- .
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airstrip. Lots 18 and 19 BtK: R Magnolia Gardens ..,, 1 Ranch C. McKinney 6M
Clip tills .4v.rtUin* tar It with, your check or another 20 minutes. Add more i 'GoWest' 4. Bureau personnel shall have Lot 7 BLK 6 WakuDa Gardens ..' '.,,: ya 3 47
>m OIl., order to: "The sage who said, Lot 3 BLK 9 Wakulla Gardens } '''-:' :; William R. Toil 347:
TIM Christie ScUnct Monitor water if too thick. Garnish had to figure out the right to use the airstrip Lot 10 BLK 14 Wakulla Gardens ,z Jack W. Porter 3 47
Ono Norway J r"t with crumbled bacon. Serves 6. never without charge for operationof Lot 60 BLK 14 Wakulla Gardens t --- Luclnda 347:
Boston 15. Mats.IF how to do it on a cloverleaf Lot 25 BLK 17 Wakulla Gardens .' + ,-t. Lester Stemmer 347
offiual aircrapt, in ac- Lot 58 BLK 18 Wakulla Gardens LoWe Kitchen 347
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intersection. Lot 68 BLK 20 Wakulla Gardens "- .
./ ; Luther B. Grove 3 47
cordance with applicable regulations Lot 75 ELK 21 Wakulla Gardensx 1-1 i Dora Turner 3.47W.
I the Lots 8 and 9 BLK 3 Grleners Addition iF H. Barton 3.94
prescribed: by Lot 13 BLK 4 Greener Addition :' ''< Mrs. C.Sylcott 347
county for such use. Lot 15 BLK 4 Grieners Addition Unknown 3:47
Lot I BLK 7 Crteners Addition Annie and Craig Mullen 3.47
Tallahassee Business Firms This agreement shall become effective Lot 22 BLK 6 Grieners Addition Alice BlanchanT 3.47
Lots 22. 23 and 24 BLK 8 Crteners Addition 843
on the last dateof the sig- Lots Ii and 2 BLK 9 Greiners Addition "- Unk owner 5.94
natures of parties hereto and shall Lot BLK 9 Greiners Addition C. M .3.47
Lot 23: BLK 11 Greiners Addition Jackie Allen 3.47Unknown
remain in force until terminated by Lots,4utlc 8 BLK 13 Greiners Addition 13.36L
Lot 14 Creiners Addition ,: P. Bostwick 3.47M.
DIRECTORY mutual agreement or by abandon- Lots 19 and 16 BLK 21 Creiners Addition M. Murrow 5.94
ment of the airstrip by the County. Lots 20 to 23 BLK 25 Greiners Addition '. Unknown IOM I
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'" Lots 32 and 36 BLK 26 Greiners Addition : ,' L. P. Bostwick 5.94
WITNESSES Lots 20 to 31 and 33. 34 and 33 BLK 26 Creiners. Addition 3IU.
Lots 6 and 17 BLK 27 Creiners Addition _,' Unknown 5>i
i Lou 23 and 24 BLK 27 Greiners Addition .Jti H. M. Murrow 5Hiriam >
.Patomize These Advertisers, Lot 6 BLK D Rakers Addition J. Pettis '47J3
1 Lot 155 Harveys Addition Town of Arran Pope 4J09
I bJREAU OF SPORT FISHERIES Lots 1 mend 2 BLK 3 Town of Shady Sea ",7i Glen8arnesan IA4:
.. AND Lots 1 2 BLK 3 Willis Subdivision 7/ T. A. Raker 409
WILDLIFE Lots 2 and 5 BLK 10 Willis Subdivision :.' Robert BarreD and Wife 1027AM1dStateHomes
R ,M O. I. GRAMLING: Little Folks Store, By Lots 23 and 24 Town of Sopchoppy West Side )>:-" 4M
Lot 82 Town of Sopchoppy West Side 31 X* I
Inc. Regional Director Lot 4 BLK 9 Town 0'-Panacea :",' Henry Taylor 4M
"The Capital's Lot ? BLK 14 Town of Panacea' Minnie Barwick 4.09 I
FEEDSFlint & CO. Majors for Minors" Lot 14 BLK 14 Town of Panacea 'I' Unknown 409 I
i Date Lot 10 BLK 15 Town of Panacea Amos B. Taylor 4M I
Chttdren't Furniture, Toys, Lots 7. 8 and 9 BLK 23 Town of Panacea U interest John A Whelston ..*4 I
One-Stop Service for Garnet, Hobbits COUNTY, OF WAKULLA Lots T. 8. and 9 BLK 23 Town of Panacea .* Interest .iti.; Kenneth Pomeroy 864
Lot 6 BLK 27 Town of Panacea _' : :
Baby Accessories Moody PearceW Wilton A. Ross 4X19
Feed Seed Fertilizer : Lot I BLK 24 Town of Panacea Worth Moor* and
N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 .G t tCharJn
133
Roderick D. White .4..
Poultry Supplies Lot 3 BLK C South Town of Panacea '-; '.., .. Msicalf 7.18 I
... Ralph StricklandBy Lot 1 BLK D South Town of Panacea :.: : Rhode* "7.18
. River Mills Garden Lot 3 BLK A Aqua De Vida Subdivision -. Leon Lon SerYSce. Inc. 4.00
Tools As per DB 54 P-448 BLK B Aqua De Vida Subdivision -:: Cliff U >Edward 10.27
Monroe Ph. 223.0274 As per DB 38 P-414 in Plat BK 1 P-12 BIX B. ;
2015 S, So.Adams at SJLL.R.R. Aqua De Vlda Subdivision : D. H. and Kefly Mays 8.73
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Crossing Chairman of the BoardMay Lot BLK C Aqua De Vida Subdivision ... J. Ashley Goidwln '#1.15:
1963 Lot 20 ELK D Aqua De Vlda Subdivision -..' Henry T: Pool. Jr. 4-09
Phone 223-0173 6th Lot 36 BLK E Aqua De Vlda Subdivision '" T. cf Ttpton 440
Lot 18 BLK H Aqua De Vida Subdivision James H, Tarpley % 4M
Lot 16 BLK N Aqua De Vida Subdivision .Rudie W. ChrtstUn 4.09
Date Lots 17 and 18 BLK N Aqua De Vida Subdivision N. A. Johnson 7,1
e e e e e Lot 22 BLJC N NDe Vlda Subdivision Radford 018
SUBER & JOHNSON Lot 23 and 24 De Vida Subdivision ; JJta Corira: .
cam
Mr. Tills Strickland appeared H W. and Du 7,18
Light Weight and RegularConcrete Lot 27 BUC N Aqua De VIda Subdivision :=f Thaxtoa C. Yancy : 4.09
'. Blocks Seeds Fertilizer-Baby Chicks before the Board and requested Lot 21 BLK O Aqua De Vida Subdivision T. D. and Olftoa Perry 4,09Fredrick
Lots 1 to 9 inc. BLK U Aqua De .
to have Vlda Subdivision and Lsona Rcmlck M
same of
Wood and Farm SuppliesCor. right of way: LoU 29 and 3ft BLK 3 Town of Panacea Park Unknown 4M
Hanson, Bloxham Cut Off Highway fenced Lot 41 BLK 3 Panacea Park Mrs. *. 2-"
: Ind. Inc. Gaines and Woodward'Sts.TeL lot 22 BLK 5 Panacea ParkLots L. C Brown 2J3
Hoel on the north side where same 79 and 81 ELK 8 Panacea Park Emma Mae Crus '4.09
at 4-Points 2225960'BakerAlford his Sat 78 BLK 9 Panacea Park Jack Hotiston Crum 2.3
S..Adams St. crosses property in Section 4. Lots 134 and 136 BLK 14 Panacea Park Roy R. Jenkins 4MBurk :
222 5840 P. O. Box 661 and on the motion of Commissioner Lots 174. 175 and 183 BLK 18 Panacea Park Sauls 8.74
Tel. -. Lots 1 and 15 BUC A Lots 80-182 BLX 18 Panacea Park. Burk Sauls *, 10J1
Strickland the Clerk was directedto La ts h' II ISIE' 11I and ei p1 Panacea Park ,known 14J1UJcfcnown
,', Lots Panac 4X9Urtfcoown
Stone Co. write the State Road Department Lots 1. s 3. 4. B, .. 7, .. 9. and 10 BLK S P&acea Park 16.45Vntaown

,. ,Capital and request that they pro-I B?* lii fj tel-J-Aff* 10 BLX T Paanaeea Park WeUa 16 16.45sste 43

t- Since 1908 ceed as soon as possible with the'Lot 4 BLK F Town of Surf attack L. Parrish =..11
Lot 2 BUC K Town of Surf ,.oi ,, Bessie Wells .4.09
c. MARBLE GRANITE construction of the above fence. Lot 2 See. B Ochloekaee Sharer .. .' .'. James '.'Sauls 13.36
'. _, .0 Yeager. Co. JAMES SMITHON Lot 4 Sec. B Ochtocknee Shores SubdmSon E. R Con 13.)6
BRONZE Lots and 6 Sec. Ocuocknec Shores> Subdivision PocUU and Ruth 25.72
:: :;-- : lac. ,' : "The Port Houte" THE MOTION of Commis- Lot 10 Sec.. C Ochlockne. Shore Subd.h1sion Walter J. Vaughaa Hopkins 1336:
MEMORIALS Lot 8 and f See. D Ochlockne
sioner Strickland second Shores Subdivision : Frank W. Pliant KW
Anything for your auto, truck and the Lot 10 Sec. 1 Panacea Subdivision William rindley 4.09A.
Cemetery Work of AU Type or tractor. Also for power. of Commissioner Roberta, James Lot 13 Unit fl Panacea Shores Subdivision r t W. Bishop 13.3S
your h Panacea Shores ,
Unit
Lot 27
-' Subdivision
,. ; Bond John Prices 13.36
and
i'' ;- :;1 7Ie'. 508 W. Gaines SL Tel.'2 3-0719 lawnmower, and much for :your Smith was give 30 days work commencing Lot 18 BLK \ Shea Point Beach Subdivision Melvin D..Scott '"-36
boat Lot 29 BLK A Shell Point Beach ;
Subdivision BeD Stoutamir 1396
i 4 s:Ad41f :'It'TeL222-4660. S, Walter,P. B uchan,.Mgr. 208 N. Adams St. this date.- 'Lot T BUC C West Point Subdtvtabo, Live Oak.Tfl'M' T..L. Cawthon -- 10...
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.,,. '. of the absurd '"Co-operating would solve Girl Scout Council Counties to Receiver CHANGING DISEASE :' WAKULLA COUNTT. NEW 3
t4 '35-hour week would be 1 Thursday May 16,1963 _
most of For instance THEORIES : _
our problems. -
hard to find if it actually .. .
t.. meant only 35 hours of work freckles would be a Hears Mrs. SmithMrs. $34,000 in Track Tak Demoniacal humoral, astro-
nice coat of.tan if would logical, observational, and ex .
per week-with no overtime they J. Lucian Smith of At- Testate_ Comptroller perimental: these are five S
= Kerns-
-. hours at premium. rates."-' get-together' E. M. lanta, a member of the Region VI Ray E. 'Green said today each of stages of man's approach Free Groceries
J.;D. Blizzard, Dillon (S.C.) burg;'Vista (Calif.) Press.: Committee of Girl Scouts of the Florida's 67 counties will receive through the ages to the prob-

-' Herald. -'. .; U. S< A. told the Delegates to the $34,000more from the race track: lem of disease.
believed ,
Primeval men that
Spring Council Meeting cf the Girl tax fund. and TO BE
the terrifying signs symp- GIVEN AWAY ATMclaughlin's
Scout The Comptroller said checks .
Council of the Aplachee toms of disease were caused by
Bend in Tallahassee last Thursday were 'put in the mail 'today and demons. And he attempted to 1
that "There has never been a that the payment is $3,000 more drive the demons responsibleout !
I' time in the history of our country than the counties received for theisame another.of the body by one way or Grocery

; when so much has been at stake; month last year. The ancient Greeks believed-- I
Woodvill* Lumber Co. nor a''time when Girl Scout adults Each county baa received a total that the world and universewere 'and : .
have needed so firm a prasp on the of $193,000 for ,the current fiscal I composed of four basic ,. Service, Station
kinds of values that must remain period, or $8,500 more than they, forces: earth fire, water and I _

;: .. ;Lumber constant in the face of rapid received for the same period last' air."Father Similarly of Medicine Hippocrates" arguedthere MEDART FLA. ;'-
Building. Supplies changes and threatening dangers. year. Two more checks will be were four humors or fluidsin T :a l
Today there isn't a person twenty- mailed to the counties before the the human body: 'b I 00 d, r-. .
two years of age or under who has end of the' current fiscal year, he phlegm black bile and yellow '-.: ,
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Blood letting, standard '
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hot or cold. In such a world of tensions humors, prevailed for centuries Come by and. register between the dateirof
v -.. : and uncertainties, values and even into the 20th century. j

... \. 'f ethics stand a severe test. Too Merit Exams Set During the Middle Ages, diseases ...
: Business' often the tried and true values, the were sometimes attri- May 17-and Thursday, May 24. \
buted to the movements of
Golden Rule ethics are cast asideso For TypistGerald heavenly bodies and it was "

-. that standards of conduct and L. Howell, Florida Merit believed the position of the First box will be.given away Saturday, May 25.
demeanor are sometimes distorted. System Director, has annuonced stars governed health, sicknessand
:Quality 1 and Price Guaranteeclr Our country has produced so examinations for Clerk death. I
Typist I, The observational theory of Boxes will be given away for nine consecutive
.-,',' .* .. many of the good things of life, so Clerk Typist II, Clerk Typist III, disease had its basis in knowl-
;; p' many tantalizing things to"possess, Stenographer 1, Stenographer II, edge of the human body gained
Ross Hannon Owner it is easy to join the cult of those Stenographer III, Secretary 1 and through autopsies during the Saturdays, thereafter. Registration for FREE
,: who claim these for their goal and others. 15th, 16th and 17th centuries.
many
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: \ "security" for their by-word. And Applicants qualifying on these pathologist great Giovanni Mor- boxes will continue during these. weeks. So
", ,:, when low moral standards are dismissed tests will be 'placed on lists from gagni who died in 1771 helped
by far, too many adults .which and establish: the foundation for
present future state
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:with a shrug of the shoulders, it vacancies can be filled scientificm e d i c a I concepts. HURRY by and register for the first box and
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With the 19th century, experi-
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SPECIAL THURSDAY, FRIDAY people resist prevailing attitudes these and other examinations to be began in earnest with new take advantage of the SPECIALS every ,week-
must be reconciled with the teach- given on June 15, may be obtainedat knowledge of the role of cells ..
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and SATURDAY ings of their church or: synagogueand your local Florida State Em- and bacteria. end. "
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today, presents a tremendous < .

Fresh BANANAS, 2 Ibs.. 25c challenge are leaving and with to youth this, we heritagewe must :

bend every effort toward their a ,

Supreme ICE MILK, 1-2 gal. 59c preparation to use these forces t
for human welfare andpeace. Our GO STRAIGHT .
/ SHOP ,and SAVE ATPIGOTT'S influence in the lives of...girls will .
determine whether Girl Scoutinghas
anything really worthwhileto

STOREMEDART ._ say to the age in which we live. vy '= z_
She continued, "We,must look at .

ourselves let us reappraise our :' to ALFORD '
responsibility as Girl: Scout :
:
: We give TOP VALUE Stamps adults." ,
Quoting Mrs. Paul Mauldin of .

Davidson, North Carolina, she outlined '

.I four things needed to help CHEVROLET CO.
adults keep the real character .5

TALLAHASSEE THEATRES building aspects of Girl Scouting .,
ever before them: '
for and ,understandingof ." .
FLORIDA STATE Ml) Love "
young people; 2) Training for For BONANZA BUYS On .
the job we are to do; 3) 'Gump-
tion' which is nothing more than

Today thru Saturday good common tense; 4)) LaughterThe
,
Now Showing ability to laugh at one's selfas STATION WAGONS

Bob Hope well as the ability to laugh with S
>Brando. others. Keep things in their proper
Lucille Ball perspective." She closed with,*'A11

'THE ,UGLY of us are working ultimately for For Vacation Fishing
'THE CRITICS girls, all girls who want to be Girl ,
AMERICAN"bRRY Scouts. When we ate motivated to useD
CHOICE"CAPITOL do this by clear beliefs and deep For Campin

spiritual convictions, it changes us <
from an organization into a movement -
For Work
and multiplied, becomes al : f
I force toward a betterworld"
HIGHWAY DRIVE-IN positive I CARS .
I For Boating ,. ,
ON WOOftVKLE HWY. Mrs. Richard Guttman of Tal-'' r

lahassee was presented as the new. a
For Mom 'N The isIts
ly elected President of the Girl
Friday Saturday Tonight thru Saturday Scout Council of the Apalachee
"Best Actress" Bend. She succeeded the Rev. Harry ,

"Best Anne Bancroft "A Laurence GIRL NAMED Harvey Douglas.Mrs. attendedthe Time For Travel Fun!
Supporting- Edward Rybicki
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Actress" Patty Duke T Alt KO" meeting as a delegate.

"MIRACLEWORKER" Plus Co-Hit GO The OK Wagon Way r',

Kehoe Here
Plus Co-Hit Sophia Loren "' Extra Low Prices-Extra Good Trades ,
'TIVE MILES TO
Bob Ho 1"FANCYPANTS" This Friday"The

,, MIDNIGHT" number of social security!I All This Week At Both. Lots \ -

beneficiaries in the seven counties
of the Bib Bend area served by th '

Tallahassee Social! Security OfficIS 1961 CHEVROLET Y-Si' 1958 FORDY-S,6-Pass.4-door;

". increasing", according to Walter lr-cOftditJcwt4 4-4oor model with $1 795 Luggagt rack automatic trantminlon, radio 95
Kehoe, district manager. automatic transmiuion, radio H .at.,.. heater Very clean wagon for .nrjr. ......
.s r. rsaF Kehoe said this reflects the in j C-O-O-L and roomy' ...__.._..;...... ?

creasing number of persons 1960 COMET$4 1958 CHEVROLET V-8 -Pass..
are affected personnally by the 095
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595
atewttfor. 4-dor Automatic transmission, radio, heat-
l social security program More and wail tires., One low mileage. ....
more persons are receiving monthly Economy wagon r .........._.._._._ ere Good wagon
financial protection as a result
1960 PLYMOUTH foor
of social security in! .1957PLYMOUTHY-84-door.
taxes paid .
6-Pats.
eWynnder straight shift and 1,095
over the years. Automatic. transmission, radio, heater $495
In Wakulla County there were heater. Another .*. ownerragon..... N ... :':

571 persons receiving monthl 1959 FORD .
I.I I.
I benefits as of 12-31-62, totaling V-8 2-d
AlrXondirionW V.$ 4-door ... 1955 FORD Dot .
$28,426 monthly. 288 of these per static transmission, radio, heater.- $4 095 Model with beater Good buy It the low $195
'El sons were old age beneficiaries 62 0.. owner, plenty of room, oUnry ,rice of .......................--....-................
years of age or older, 33 were cool _..._..r.._..____ ,

'i disabled workers. Others were dependents 1959 RAMBLER 2-door CHEVROLET 4-door ; :
] wagon
t. or survivors of workers $195
L.S9ago rack for lots of luggage, room" for 745
such as children .. _...
widows depen Sand aB for
t lots -t Bear, 2-4o.r with straight shift and Ram food y*" ry -
dent widowers and dependent par boater _..............,.......-,...?_..............

ents.Kehoe added that in Wakulla 19S9CHEVROLETV-I4-cJr; $ 1952 PLYMOUTH Wagon $145 -

County this was an 8 per cent increase Antomatic, 2.....trantmasion pamt, whitowaB, radio, heater tires. 1,295 With heats Kant .... and a bjrftla .t f ,

in the total monthly pay One owner wagon ".......... ,.,._ ,
IN, FLORIDA roll over December, 1961. This in ,
crease demonstrates the accelerating S
BEER IS, A NATURAL S impact of the social security TWO 'LOTS TO SERVE'YOU
program upon the. workers of this S
A1 natural a. the wholesome grains and tangy hops from area and their dependents.A "
which it is brewed beer Is Florida's traditional beverage of representative from this office _::327' North Adams 1414 South Monroe

moderation..light, sparkling delicious. will be at the Courthouse iu '
And: naturally, Florida's Brewing Industry Is proud to be a Crawfordville every 1st Friday of WE HAVE MORE TO OfFER AT
of Florida and ... ,
'major purchaser products raw materials. For the month at '9:30 am. to assist
Brewing Industry Is responsible! millions of
example,the persons in filing a claim or wanting
dollars paid annually to Florida farmers for pulpwood to b.
other information concerningsocial .
made into cardboard boxes and,cartons. Millions more are '
:spent for other; .Florida materials'and services lirFlorida.: security matters; :

:beer belongs...enjoy,It. : ALFORD CHEVROLET CO..


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Thursday, May 16, '-- J .-; ,. Sopchoppy School. l Louise. Sapp '

Medfly EndsTallahassee Honor RollThe Mr.. M. B. Hodge has returned ,

Florida's business Atlanta Miss Ida Lee Harvey, daughter
May 7 from a trip to ,
honor roll for the fifth six
of Craw
- of Mrs. Lettis Harvey
... ". million dollar battle against the Georgia ,
.' ; '--, weeks for the Sopchoppy High *
:- Mediterranean fruit fly (medfly) Robert Roddenberry of FSU fordville andCharles Herman .
.' School is follows
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ended today with an announcementby I as : was the weekend guest of his par Moates, sou' of Mr. and Mrs. 7. C.
Commissioner of Agriculture First grade-A and B-Faye cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Rod. Moates of Verbena, Ala., leis

.' Doyle Conner that Broward and Hetcatf, Line Mathis, Joe Thomas,! denberry.Mrs. united far marriage; Sunday afternoon -

T- Palm Beach Counties Have been released Amanda Henderson, Don Porter, Kathryn Wheelus spent the May 12. 1963. The ceremony -
-- -z- Michael Crum_ Nayman Brinson, took in the home of
place
from regulation under state weekend with her parents, in Ash-
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l1wLi Debbie Sanders, Loyce McKenzie, the bride's brother, Joseph Harvey -
4 and federal medfly quarantine. burn, Alabama.
La Trona Fuller, Patrice Rodda.
sa1S of Crawfordville, at 2:00 p.m
The commissioner's statementsaid Mr. and Mrs. Bun Simmon are
that -no medflies have been Second Grade-All A's-Helen spending several days in Judge George Harper -perform
Rpussey. A and B-Glenn Strick- Tallaha"l I service.. The
found in either county within the see with their son ed the double ring
past ninety days. A medfly-free land Daniel McKenzie, Johnnie Mr. and Mrs. Sim Land and i couples only ._attendants were .her
Cruse, Timothy Harrell, David ,brother and his wife,-Mr. and Mrs.
.- /' period of three months is pre- son, Rodger attended the funeral
I scribed before quarantine regula- Carraway Debbie Barwick. of MiL Turner, who passed' away[Joseph Harvey, the bride>wore-a
... .t- I i Third grade All A's John blue silk, suit with white accessories.
tions are lifted in an area. Thursday morning, May 11, at the
Smith Kathy Brakebill. A and B I '
.... Dade County, the only other I home of her son, County Commissioner *
Charles Birch Maxwell Lawhon
,
county in which medflies were I J. D. Turner of Wakulla. Out-of-town guests included Mr
'< found since the original outbreakin I Mike Musachio, Isaac Wright, William Mr. and Mrs. Serley Crum and and Mrs. J. C. Moates and children

Miami on June 8 last year, was : Miller, Susan Carraway, Lisa family transacted business in Tallahassee Mary Lee, Betty Sue and

:lite -4JJreJJ freed from medfly controls on Oct. McKenzie, Naomi McKenzie, Debra Thursday.Mr. James all of Verbena. Ala. Mrs.
Revell, Dianne Vause, Billy Tully. Thomas Crum of Thomas- Paul Kuntz, Jr.,:and two children
23.The Fourth grade-All A's Delbert Paul and Laurie,* Mrs. Carol
successful campaign was a ville, Ga., visited his parents, Mr.
of Roberts. A and B-Tony Anderson Boyd of Columbus, + Ga., Roger
cooperative eradication program and Mrs., Lloyd Crum.
} the 3ame out the '.Division of Plant Industry, Charles Porter, Carl Revell, Sopchoppy. defeated Carrabellein Robinson, Elton, Ruby, Marian, 1
: ,: 16 Dell
Florida Departmentof Agriculture Stan Whaley, Spears, Beth Baseball, played at Sopchoppy Glenda and Joseph 'Carol of Tal

and the Plant Pest Control Kyle, Joyce Metcalf, Judy Sanders, school, Tuesday, May 9. This was lahassee.
:t : Division, United States Depart- Nell Mathers, Shirley Crum, Dar- their last game of the season. The couple left for South Florida

< : : the J iJ ;;Differenteutco ment of Agriculture. lene. Sanders, Barbara Thompson. Mr. and Mrs.: Maurice Miller .of for their honeymoon' and upon
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ou e Fifth grade All A's
is Cheryll their return willreside in Ala-
Pointing out that the medfly Tallahassee visited Mr. S. W., Re- .
fruit flies, Edwards, Jerry Simmons, Dora bama.
the most dreaded of all vell, Saturday.
.1':" _- has Pigott, Joan Sanders, Elaine Re-
Conner said that the pest Miss Linda Roddenberry was the .
;If your home has that dreary, weathered, look I ,', gained a foothold in the United veIl. A and B-Rita Tully, Jean weekend guest of her parents, Mr. '
Carter Mitchell Lawhon Mo Men ,In Service
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and each ,
States only three times, and Mrs. ,Earnest Roddenberry.
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"i' lnt.can: do wonders for It. ; ". Strickland, Hrfrvie Stokley, Mitzi
pa infestation was in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Ott Carraway: : and USS NITRO (FHTNCDavidTaylor
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,t. "There was a marked differencein Colvin, Lora Kyle, Vonnciel McKenzie son spent Sunday with Mr. and boatswainis.. mate seaman,
Or If you're beginning to feel crowded,, however. Yvonne Revell, Rita Rudd, Mrs. Ira
\ I'r. the three campaigns, >> Mrs. Burl Carraway.Mr. USN, son of Mr. and
finished attic I The 1962-63 infestation.'was mild Marie Durrance. Hilton Crum of Tallahasseeis Taylor of Route .1, .C wfordvUle,
;. tj ,,:r; .one or two more rooms, a Sixth grade-A and B-David)
when compared to the two previous visiting his parents, Mr. and Fla., is serving aboard the am
::" : '!) new' closet space can add amazingly to tl., ones," the commissioner' declared Evans, Starr Rudd. Mrs. Rufus Crum. munition ship USS NITRO,. an
All A's Rhonda
Seventh grade- -
\ comfort and happiness of the whole family. The campaign of 1929-30 cov- Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Geiger of Atlantic Fleet unit currently operating -

.;.I., :;. : -: ;.' ered 20 central Floridacounties Quigg.Eighth grade-All A'a-Wanda Bronford visited Mrs. Gelier'1parents with the. Sixth Fleet in the
': "f and cost the. state and federal Mr. and Mrs. 'T,- W. Mediterranean. t
f'., ,..,.;;;; Whatever your home Improvement plans'may. be/. ; : agencies approximately $7,500,000.At Kaye Cox. A and B-Adronna' Beasley. During the cruise, NITRO

". : let us help you finance the cost. You'll one time- during that period Brown.Anderson, Jimmy Evans, Rowland Mrs. Tom McPhaul 'and Mrs. crewmen have visited several' Med-

,;. .-- there were 6,000 people engagedin M. Yent Revelle has as their guest iterranean port cities, including
t r: like our low I rates, prompt service, eradication effort. Ninth grade-A and B-Douglas their sister Mrs. Johnie L. Ash.: Golf e-Juan, France; Athens,

.. convenient repayment plan.' Not until 26 years later, 1956, Quigg, Diane Whetstone.McKenzie, Karen brook, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Davis of Greece. ; and Palermo, Sicily.
was the medfjy able to slip un- Tully, Kathy Tallahassee.Mr. While with .the Sixth Fleet,
, detected into Florida. Thatcampaign Tenth grade-A and B-Linda and Mrs. Stevie Revell hadas NITRO's primary mission will be I

: which lasted 18 months, Thomas, Lessie Pigott. their dinner guest Sunday, Mrs. that. of rearming-the ships during
LEWIS STATE a-: spread over 28 central and south Eleventh Grade A and B Catherine Clab, Mrs. M. Yent Re- operations S
June Roberts, Connie Wilson, Mark
requiring nearly of Davis-
',.. Florida counties, Gail velle and Mrs. Teva McPhauL NITRO operates out
Ringo.
Roddenberry, Betty
$11,000,000 in state and federal Miss Rose ,Ann Barwick attend. vine, -R. I.
DEPOSI'T and B Rebecca
I- Twelfth
grade-A -
; MEMBER FEDERAL INSURA'NCE CORPO'TlON funds and almost 800 workers. ed home coming at Smith Creek, .
Conner said the eradication program Burke, David Gray, Linda Jrunswick, Ga.. (FHTNC) -

:,. :' t:IMI .J- which just ended cost closeto Stribling, Sarah Beth Strickland. Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Bob Altman of Robert Beasley,; aviation fife control -

I $1,000,000 of state and federal Tallahassee spent several days in technician: second, class, USN,

,: '. money. The work force numbered PANACEA NEWSBy their home in Sopchoppy. son of Mr and, Mn. Thomas W.

\: 000: ,_ I I [less than 100 men, he added.A The Harms place was the scene Beasley of Sppchoppy, Fla.
., -. number of factors are responsible Eva Cosper of happy Mother's Day gather.Ing is scheduled to be advanced to the
. ,'. ...,\. r .. for the comparatively Leonard Crum, a machinist mate a over the weekend, honoring above rate, May 16, while servingat

: short campaign, according to the fireman on the USS Forrestal, is Mrs. Annie Harris Her sons J. A. the Naval Air Station, Glynco,

commissioner. Among these he visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harms and wife from Wabasso,,
: listed the state-wide fruit fly Jackson Crum. He will be here for H. L. Harms and wife from Ga.Advancement. is. the result of

: The trapping program, experience two weeks. Riviera Beach, Walter and wifeon passing a Navy-wide competitive
: rightfor gained during the two previous Shirley Louis (Robinson and the-home place. Her daughtersMrs. examination after meeting profess

_. medfly encounters, excellent cooperation Cherry Brannon Putman from J. F. Kilbourn and family sional and military i' uiremtnts.
of state and federal Carrabelle were married in Carlo, from Panama. City and daughter Glynco, 'located ,near Brunswick,

agencies. and dedicated personnel. Georgia on May 5th- and are mak- Mrs. Ralph Brown and husband of Ga., is the site of a Naval Air
He also stressed the key role ing their home on Levy Bay Roadin Riverview Homesites. Her nep- Technical, Training Unit which

played by the aerial spray .pro Panacea. Wish them lots of hew J. A. Harms and family from maintains schools for training

I > gram. "The bait spray is our most happiness.. Jacksonville fier neicee, Mrs. ,AI personnel in aviation specialties.In .
i .- cola the effective, as well as the fastest, Harvey Middieton has entered Zanco and ,family, -Mrs. 'Douglas addition, the station supports

new weapon we have to deploy againstthe the hospital in Adel, Georgia for a Rogers and family from Talla operations of Atlantic Fleet air-
to'see ba ck
medfly. checkup. Hope you hassee.If craft squadrons.;
Why all the fuss and concern here in Panacea soon and with you would like some good

; about the pest which is smaller; everything okay. homemade ice cream and cake; at- USS HELENA: : :; : than a housefly? Conner said that Rev. Tom Harrell will hold serv tend the Woman's Club Social Charles F.: Logan,. yeoman second

: experts have estimated conserva- ices Sunday May 19th at the New- Saturday afternoon, on Post Office class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs.
tively that it would cost Florida I. home Primitive Baptist Church lawn. Clinton E. Logan of' Carrabelle,

whole family $20,000,000 a year to live with the Church Services will be held at The Crawfordville W.S.C.S. were Fla., J& serving aboard the heavy

1T : medfly: 11:00 and EVERYONE IS WEL-! guests of the Sopehoppy ,society cruiser USS Helena, which was
"Some 200 fruits and vegetablesare COME. Tuesday afternoon, at their an- part of the combined force of 20
f hosts to this little native of If you have any news item for. nual May picnic. ships engaged in Exercise Saddle

Africa. It has traveled to all six this column please call me. at YU Mrs. Carrie Ashmore had her Blanket early in February off the

continents and invaded every 4-2551. Thanks. mother, Mrs. Commander and coast of Southern.California.The .

S major citrus producing country in daughter, Mrs. Roy Lett and five-day exercise, held from

/ONLY I CALORIE PER SERVING the world," Conner stated. family from Tallahassee, for aMother's Feb. 4 through Feb, 8, dealt mainly ;i
: -- "Although other countries are CRAWFORDVILLE Day gathering, In her with anti-submarine warfare train \
plagued by the medfly, only the .
FLAVOR home. ing. The operation centered
TASTE-FULL COLA
FOR "
/RIGHT : United States has ever eradicatedit PERSONALSMr. The M.Y.F. entertained the around a fast carrier striking

: = ALt \ ," he added.Sopchoppy. mothers and ladies of the church force! with its wide range of de-
/GREAT FOR CHILDREN -NO SUGAR AT and Mrs. E. W. Bielso and church
: Sunday evening prior. to tection and strike capabilities.
of Weatherford
son Ricky Texas,
SchoolTo services. Cm ier: ,.destroyers, submarines,
/NO EXTRA COSTA : : are spending the week with her Among those who appreciatedthe I and logistics ships also were engaged -
i -h ; sisters, Mrs..Eunice Kyle and Mrs. .
Register TotsDear Johnnie Limbaugh.Jack nice rain was "watermellon"Griffin in-the operation. The exercise -

..... ", Parents; Ponewash and friends of who was all smiles so came under the operational

: r a., On Friday?, May 24, 1963, from St. Louis, Mo., are spending the early Mr. Monday S. W. Revel morning.visited in Ap- command of Commander First

I jT'a 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m., parents week with his aunt, Mrs. Edna Fleet.. .
Monday.
:
olochicola
having children who will be. old Carraway. ,
FHTNC
LA ( )
USS SHANGRI
a..> enough to enter the. 1st 'grade Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stone and
F .' -Warren H. Williams, chief aviation -
t : during the 1963-64 school year are family of Montgomery, Ala., spent :
MARKS NEWS of
ST. USN, son
Amy ( storekeeper
i >ti 4 requested to bring their children the weekend with Mrs. Sone's
to the school in order that they,parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L.- Re- Mr. Spurgeon Camp and friend'Mr. Mrs.' Gladys Williams of Route 2,

may be registered for enrollment:hwinkel. Meadows of Knoxville, Tenn., Crawfordville, Fla., (a engaged in

fn the tat grade class for the next Mrs. Paul Kuntz and children, were business visitors here this underway training- aboard the attack -

s.: v. school term. I',Paul and Laurie, and Mrs. Carol week. aircraft carrier USS Shangri

Mrs. Pamela Cline and Mrs I Boyd of Columbus, Ga., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kreager La at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Is

Rhoda Siemens, tat grade teachers: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harvey. spent several days last week in The six-week training combat period efficiency
the
will be present in their rooms to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Smith of the. mountains at Hapevilte, N.C. aimed increasing

$ y assist you in. properly registeringyour Atlanta, are spending the week Mrs. Freda Holman of Tampa of the carrier.
the agship
La is
child. Mrs. Anita Town- with Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Carraway. and mother, Mrs. Bertie Cbggins The. Shangri
DIvi.ton'skwhkh includes
send, our public health nurse, will They are enjoying the fishing at 'spent part of last week in Panama of Carrier i
several aircraft squadrons
be present to discuss health problems Shell Point. City with Lt. Cot and "Mrs. ,
if and immunization' programs: MrsMuriel Harris of Tallahassee Madrye Coggins and daughters.Mrs. :of various types.

f r/ with you. spent Mother's Day with Holman has returned to her
.
:..> I All children' entering the 1st her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George home in Tampa. (AHTNC) Army. Pvt. Ronald

-\. '' grade must be 6 years of age by I Stafford. Miss Cindy Afford, daughter of W. Jones, whose mother Mrs.:

Jan. 1, 1964< therefore, it will be Mrs. A. L. Bulger and Mrs. L. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. AlfordV was: : a Helen J. Jones, lives at 1607

ry necessary for you to furnish either.: P. Cottingham of Lakeland, Fla., patient in Tallahassee Memorial Combs Dr., Tallahassee, Fla., re-
diet.ritee'ko'r |of the following: (1) a valid spent two weeks with Mrs. Enice Hospital recently but has returnedto cently completed eight weeks of

birth certificate, received from the Kyle and Mrs. Johnnie Limbaugh. her home. advanced infantry training at Fort

Bureau of Vital Statistics in They were surprised on Sunday Mr. Paul Watts spent the weekend Cordon, Ga J Jones received instruction -

ry. Jacksonville, Florida. (2) A birth when Mr. and Mrs. AL.. Bulger, with his brother, Rer. and in combat techniques and
t i s : date recorded in the family Bible Jr., of Magee, Missy arrived for a Mrs. J. A. Watts on his way to in firing the M-14 rifle and M-60

coa I accompanied by an affidavit sworn few days visit. (Cordelle, Georgia raachinegun, two of Ute Army's
; to by the parents. (3) An in- Mr. and Mrs. CedeD Barrow i Miss Harriett Meyer of FSU newest infantry weapo L The

; > surance policy on the child that and son Neal, of Woodville, Mr. spent| the weekend with Kay 17-year-old soldier attended Leon
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,.. |has been in force for 2 years. and Mrs. Gattis Barrow and chit- CogdilL High School in Tallahassee. (U.s.
i 1 Present enrolled 1st grade students dren of Tallahassee were dinner Mrs. Ruby Ward and Mrs. Leta Army Photo)

will remain at home on guests of their parents Mr. And Cotton are visiting friends and

this day in order that the registration Mrs. T. S. Barrow, last Saturday. relatives in Tampa this week. L
Product Royal.Crown Cola Co. of this particular group maybe Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blanton Rev. Earl Sapp and son, Allen .' '

accomplished in the most effective and children spent Mother's Day in of Jacksonville were guests of This sign was'aeen in a

1 7' ... manner. Troy, Ala, with their parents.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ward the first here':, TTo can'ttake"it
.church
z DRINK ALLYOU LIKELIKE ALL YOU DRINK It will be necessary for one 01 R. C. Libert.%pent the week of the week. ) With near you bat you cansend
; the child.
his daughter
; both parents to bring end in Daytona, visiting ahead/"-Dale
.'.* to school on that day in order that: )Irs.Florlro and Mr. Floriro. Holdridge., it on. Langford, ''(So D.)
; they might supply information oi ,
BOTTLED BY THE Crawfordville Personals 'Coot.
Bugle .
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nature to registeringbffldalL lIeWheb'
a particular Mrs. Sallie Posey is criticallj
"The only
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BOTTLING COMPANY' Please do not send preschool ill in the State Hospital. money that goes girl is easy to
ROY CROWN children in as far today as it dId '20 a
.- children by older : Mr. and Mrs: George Gibbs and .fs' the look at,the fellows. look that
ago dime that
\ will years .
: : the family. Trusting that you spent last weekend in : Kennl*''1JeR.
Of p.- children much-iiarder.--
IOnuU. : rolls under the
.: .. make effort to register your bed.-Fred., Id.Put'aam -
., t ;; 4 .. every Ocala Florida. W. Grown, Edgewater. net: Greencastle
: v .. 10 Diet-lUte Cola child on this day, I remain, ( -
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':i: ? >. : Gleney B. Bonner ..": i.t.:1':
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