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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 30, 1963
Publication Date: -1968
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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VOLUME 64 -NUMBER 40
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CRAWFORDVILLE FLORIDA Thursday May 30
1963 PRICE 10 CENTS PER COPY

Boats Brought Federal Lands New of Rep. and Mrs. Russ ..__ .
Species '
FSU Man DrownedIn Citizens AgainstSalary .
.
Under-State'Law Gifts
Received
Being Sought Billfish Named ,_ Wakulla
SpringsBentz
Tallahassee. Fla. A eveiY Legislative
Legislative It is customary '

(fAct which brings all boats in Wakulla I The presence in Florida watersof Session for the Members of the Buell Howard Jr., 31, an Increases .
a new species of billfish
pre-
'Florida under the provisions of House of Representatives and the associate nrofe*r at Florida
viously unknown science has
the safety provisions' of the state Three memorials were intro- to Attaches to present gifts to the State University, drowned Sun-

motorboat law, spells out safety duced in.the. House yesterdayby been established by biologists at Speaker and Speaker Pro-Tern. day at Wakulla Springs while skin ',
Wakulla the Institute of arine Science, Uni- In
County Rep. Bobby Mon- Courthouse
equipment and lighting require These gifts were presented diving. His body was recovered
versity of Miami. The fish
Russ was
urging release of Federal
ments and tightens enforcementhas day, May 27th, in a brief -ceremony from the bottom of the 185-foot-

been signed by Gov. Farris lands, in the county for recreationand described Robins and by Dr.Dr.Donald C. Richard P. de right after the House con- deep ,spring after being submerged; A public meeting yas held Saturday night in the court-

Bryant.. development. Sylva who have been conducting vened for the day. The Members 20 minutes.' house by the local legislativethe delegation to try to determine
One would the release of a
The new boating safety law, urge gave Rep. Bobby Russ a completeset Witnesses said Howard was div- and also to
all U.S. land at Otter Lake for world-wide study of marlins and in beauti feeling of the citizens rehear arding pay raises
sponsored by the Florida of silver flatware a with mack but
Boating creation of a state park. Another other large oceanic fishes for sev- which was the en- ing a face without from any of the officials i, who felt 'a need for additional
Council and the Legislative Council ful case, on oxygen equipment when he drowned -
would urge the 'release of all unimproved eral years. Ichthyologists Robins offices.Tax I
inscription: "To Bobby monies for their .
becomes effective graved
July 1. at about 4:10 p.m. Another
and de Sylva have jiamed the new
federal land in the
Under the new law, the safety in Russ, Speaker Pro-Tempore, Houseof ,diver, Steve Robertson, 531 W. Assessor Emmett FerrellJr.
county for use as public recreational -species Tetrapturu pfluegeri The At
regulations to all Representatives 1963. Jefferson St. said "I noticed him that the
apply vessels facilities. honor of the late Al Pflueger, Mi- witha told the gathering
operating upon the navigable waterways ami taxidermist and naturalist taches presented Rep. Russ under the water, on his back, look- work load of his offices has increased
The third would release of '
or inland lakes, ponds, all federal land urge along the St. who first recognized the presenceof lovely silver service, includingthe ing straight up and started swimming in the last few years, he ;

streams or any other waters In coffee server tea server, cream toward him under the water stated that in 1961 the Tax Roll
this fourth of billfish in
Marks River for homesite and industrial type and
Florida. Under the; former law, fish and sugar set, water pitcher, but he went down so fast I couldn't amounted to some '$79,000 and in
Florida The
waters.
use. If approved, copiesof new These
the safety equipment' lighting ice bucket, on a silver tray.: catch him." 1962 the Tax Roll increased to 4
;
whose is the
long.
the memorials would be sent to common name behind
requirements applied only to gifts, 'and the thoughts Roberston and others called for $109.000 dollars.
motorboats :i over
President John F. Kennedy, U. S.bill spearfish, has been occasionally be cherishedby
16 feet or longer. Motor- them, will certainly 'life guards but another diver, Mel- Ferrell stated that he was satisfied
House Speaker, U. S. Senate Presi caught over the years by? all their :4't
boats under 16 feet in length and dent and members of the Florida anglers and was often misidentified the entire Russ family vin H. Sims Jr., 20, had been with the salary of the office

boats propelled by means other Congressional delegation. as either a sailfish or a white lives. watching from the dock as How- but that he needed additional expense
than ard's body started singing. Sims for office including
- machinery were excluded marlin. The most obvious dif- operation

from the state law, although subject ference between the spearfish; and Local Crab Plant donned oxygen equipment and a secretarial help and mileagedue tA

to federal requirements.! William Atlas'White other billfishes is the size and depth gauge and went into the to the new sub-divisions that

Formerly,' Florid, law merely shape of ,the dorsal fin, which in I Enjoined by Govyt. water. He said the body sank have been opened.

adopted: the rules a 1d.r. iulations William Atlas White; 80, died the spearfish is somewhat higher! ahead of him and that it took him Tax Collector J. M. Gwin in

of. the U.S..-Coast'Guard ,relatingto Monday morning in his Medart, throughout most of its length than' nearly ten minutes, letting himself speaking before the group also

boating safety equipment and Wakulla County! home followinga the dorsal fin of the white marlin I'Defendants in four suits under down into the deep water by easy stated that he was satisfied with

running lights. Under the new long illness. but not as high as the dorsal fin provisions of the Fair Labor stages to reach the body at a the salarly but that last year he

state law, the CoastGuard Requirements Born in Wakulla County on Oct. (or "sail") of the sailfish. Also, Standards Act have waived de- ,depth of 185 feet as it was being had spent about $1,000 of his own Linda Stribling, daughter of

were spelled out and in 15, 1882, Mr.: White lived there all the dorsal fin of the spearfish is fenses in the United States Dis- drawn under rocks. Sims returned money for clerical help. He said Mrs. Helen Middleton, and Mr

addition all boats are required to of his life.. He was a retired not spotted. Another difference is trict Court here and agree to entryof to the surface with the body and that he felt like the extra expensewas Berry Stribling of Panacea, is

carry an oar or paddle, an anchor farmer. that the spearfish bill is shorter judgments restraining them resuscitation was attempted but justified. Valedictorian of the 1963 graduating

and a rope of appropriate length. Survivors:'include his wife, Mrs. than the bill of either the sailfishor from future violations of the Fed- was not successful. It was .reported that at the class of Sopchoppy High

The running lights required for Sally Johnson White of Medart; the white marlin. eral law. Frank Fagan, Wakulla Springs I present time the Tax Assessors School.

operation of boats between sun three sons, John White of Craw- Very little is known about the All of the' defendants are en- manager, said Howard had been. office and the Tax Collectors office Linda has been a member of the

down' and sunrise also are spelledout fordville, Mizell and Bobby Jack habits, distribution or prevalenceof gaged in the processing and sale making "free dives"-sometimes as received $100 per month from Beta Club, serving as secretaryone _

i in the new state tlaw. White, both of Tallahassee; five the new species, which is known of crab meat which Is'shipped to deep as 80 feet and staying under;! the county commissioners to help a member of the annual

The Florida :"Motdrbofcl:taw as daughters, Mrs., Cecil Bowen of from Texas to Puerto Rico, and points outside the State of Flori- water for as long as two minutes pay the office expense.C. staff year two serving as Business

enacted in 1959, did not specify Tallahassee, Mrs. Carlton Tucker Delware to Venezuela. Most of the da. Until 1961 amendments to the without air. He said the man had L. Townsend, Superintendentof Manager years one year, and was

responsibility for enforcement: and Mrs. Clarence Morrison: both 36 records are from the Gulf Wage-Hour law became effectiveon completed such a dive 'shortly be- Public Instruction also stated the reporter for the Student Coun-

. Primary responsibility for en of Crawfordville, Mrs. Jerry Pur- Stream off southeast Florida. It September 3, 1961, the. industry fore he went down on his fatal that his office under the proposednew cil one

. forcement. Primary responsibility vi$ of Valdosta, Ga., and Mrs. Sanford is a small species, as billfishes go. was exempt from provisionsof plunge. teachers pay raises would be year.

for enforcement fell to the various Clayton of San Antonio, The largest one on. record (taken the Act.United Howard was pronounced dead on paying less than some of the

sheriffs under their general police Texas. by Mr. M. A. Madden, of Coral States District Judge G. arrival at Tallahassee Memorial teachers in the county. He stated

. powers. The new law places enforcement Also; one' brother, E. P. White .Gables, off Miami Beach in 1958) Harrold Carswell has entered Hospital at 5:15. that he felt that the office shouldbe "=

: responsibility:.not onlyin of" Panama *C ly, **nd-13: grand- .was about 6V4 feet long and weighed orders naming Havana Crab Meat Howard lived with his wife and paid as much or more than the :

the various sheriffs, .but in.. the children. I, about 68 pounds. Plant, Inc., Havana, Fla.; .Bar- four-year-old daughter at 1924 W. highest paid teacher. ::/

' Florida Conservation Patrol,. the Pallbearers were Warren Sarvis, Drs. Robins and de Sylva wick Brothers Fish and Crab Indianhead Dr. He was a re- Townsend also suggested that .,

wildlife officers of the State Game Frank! Jones, L. Lawhon, Glenn the first scientists to associate were the Company, Inc., Panacea, Fla.; R. search associate professor in the monies from the sale of timber! .

and Fresh Water Fish Commissionand Barrow, Bob White ,and Carl. new billfish with the' spearfish C. Bradshaw, Panacea, Fla.; and FSU biophysics department: from both the National Forest and

any other: authorized law enforcement White. After Henry Metcalf and Inez Metcalf, He received a bachelor's de- the Wildlife Refuge be devided
group. to the
a trip Mediterranean
officers. Services; were held at 3:30 p.m. who operate places of business at gree from Washington and Lee in according to the ad-valorum tax
arranged by Colonel
-
The new law also ,simplifies the Tuesday in the Friendship Baptist John !Howard and financed Panacea and Picolata, Fla., and 1953, a master's from Princeton break-down. He also remainded rx
by
procedure for reporting boating Church with the. Rev. C. C. Scar- the late Robert E. Quitman, Ga.Defendants. in 1955. He was doing workat those who were in attendance that

accidents. Under former law, boat be ugh and the Rev. Emmett Robins and de Sylva determined Maytag, Henry and Inez Met- FSU toward a doctorate from in November a vote for the mill-

ing accidents. Under former law, Whaley officiating.. that the spearfish in western Atlantic calf and R. C. Bradshaw are en- Princeton. His recent researchhad i I age would be placed before' the

boating accidents. Under former Burial was in the Friendship. waters is not the joined from future violations of been ,on hydrogen bond so voters. He urged all to supportthe

law, boating: accidents causing per- Cemetery. the Mediterranean spearfish.same as the record-keeping provisions of lutions. He was member of' measure. in the interest of the

sonal injury or damage in excess Scientific,studies on the spearfish, the Federal Wa -Hour law. Sigma Xi, Phi Xeta Kappa and county school program and also

of $50 had to be, reported to the and. on other billfishes aided Each of the defendants 'is enjoined Phi Eta Sigma. for a better education system.
were
sheriff of the, county in which the Albert C Schaker greatly by both AI Pflueger and from payIng covered work Wakulla County Deputy Fred Senator Tucker and Represen-

accident occurred within 10 'days. ers 'less than $1.00 an hour until Oliver investigated the drowning. tative Russ stated that they had <..
Joe
: Reese, as well as by a numberof :
81 Sat-
Schaker died
.
,
This often was. inconvenient Albert September 2, 1964. Thereafter the asked for citizens to attend meet
par- the home of anglers who donated specimensfor
urday at
ticularly for those boaters from morning rate for workers newly covered ings prior to the session to discuss
his daughter, Mrs. R. W.. Ashmore study.Dr. Service Office ToAid of Mr. and
out of state or from another under the 1961 amendments will needed legislation but when these Roger Stokely, son
: .coun Bain Road Robins stated that the
. The law Jr., on the Old ridge : suc- advance to $1.15 until September meetings were called little interestwas Mrs. T L. Stokely of Panacea, is
ty. new provides that cess of the University of Miami
accidents involving damage to in Tallahassee. He had made his 3, 1965,_when the full $1.25 mini i Veterans shown by the voters. Salutatorian of the 1963 graduating -
billfish program-which
has taken
home with his for four
daughter is effective.Hearings told that class of Sopchoppy High
those
They present
another vessel dock in mum Wakula
or excess Institute of Marine Science Veterans of .County who
months. He was born in Hills- specialists
would be that School.
of $25 capsizings, sinkings or per- borough County and had lived in to Hawaii, New Zealand, ,need assistance in obtaining bene- legislation passed member of the
has been
would prohibit lowering the sal- Roger a
sonal Injury must be reported the. Tampa area most of his life. Chile, Panama, Venezuela, the to be Held fits under the GI Bill, may re- aries of the non-instructional Future Farmers of America for

within 36 hours but permits reports Funeral services was held atCulley's Mediterranean, and other ,areas- ceive guidance from Jim Weant, sonel of the school per- 4 and served as Treasurerfor
system.
to. be made to a Conservation depends to a great extent on the Assistant State Service Officer years
Funeral Chapel at Commsission member of
Home By They also stated that a pay 2 years. He was a
or Wildlife Officer. Rev. support and cooperation of anglrs. Weant will visit this area next
10 a.m., Monday,with the Dr. raise would be made for the Office the Beta Club for one year, and
The new measure also requires Melton Ware and Rev. Luther R. : "Due to the help of sport Edwin L. Mason, Chairman of week for the purpose of helping of Supervisor of Registration.Due served on the Annual Staff one

that any person who causes damage Stokes Burial serviceswas fishermen, charter boat captains Florida Public Utilities Commission veterans or their dependents in
officiating. outstanding
to the fact that the law states He was an
year.
to an unattended vessel make held at the graveside in taxidermists and others, we relearning announced today a series of filing claims for Compensation for
and baseball player
be basketball
five
the office must kept
every reasonable effort to locate much about pelagic fishes public hearings and oral arguments Benefits or solving their insurance open
Hill in Tampa,
Myrtle
Cemetery, week and the 4
the owner of the damaged vessel that might not otherwise have been will be held in almost every problems. This free service in- ((5) days a at years.
at 10
a.m., Tuesday.
and advise him of the accident.: Surviving are Mrs. Ashmoreand learned for many years," he said. section of Florida in the next few cludes assistance to employers of present salary it only pays $25.00 A+

One of the most significant pro- a son, Albert A. Schaker, of !weeks. veterans under the GI Bill, Voca- per week. .

visions of the new law, accordingto Shellman, Ga.; two other daugh- Mason and Commissioners Wilbur tional Training, Subsistence or

Conservation Director Randolph VauseHendersonGet King and Jerry Carter, along other problems.
ters, Mrs. Grady Simpson of Mid- I I ArtExhibit
chairman of the Florida with number of staff members of
Hodges, dleton, Tenn., and Mrs. Moody a During his visit in this area

Boating Council, adopts the uniform Pearce, Crawfordville. Others are Paper Trophies the Commission, will conduct 32 Weant may be contracted at Craw-' Three Crawfordville women,

safety and navigation systemof 17 grandchildren, eight great I Doyd Vause of Crawfordville,formal cases in Fort Myers, Winter fordville, Pigotts Store,. 3:00, 5 private stadents of Margaret H
the National Motorboat Council | Park, Daytona Beach, Jackson- June 1963. jc :
exhibit this
grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. .and Jack Henderson of Sopchoppy Moorer will week and _
It also sets machinery un- ville, Miami, Tampa and Sara- next Tallahassee -j1I_
Nettie Brandon, Tampa. were the recipants of the Wakulla at the Federal 4
local and Seventeen actual
der which governments sota. hearing
Loan
and Bank in Tal-
County News Savings
Fottball Awards this
mark aside for which Mrs.A.S.Causseaux
private groups may boating days are set cases
lahassee. .
channels not marked by the CoastGuard : .Jack! Wiggins Ward year. j cover every phase of the Commission's D. Hea has c4r 7
Both boys received the trophyiesat Mrs. A. S. Causseaux, a long- Mrs. T. a watercolor
Markers will be uniform. ,jurisdiction, with the exception -
Jack Wiggins Ward, 39, of St. their respective atheletic banquets time 'Tallahassee resident died "Dexter Avenue owned by
recognizable by all of major rate matters.
and easily Marks who drowned in Mobile. Sunday, May 19. Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Smith.
boaters, i "On this particular swing Funeral services held in Mrs. George Gibbs has a pastel
Tuesday 21st. Henderson were
May and '
Vause acted as "
Legislature is to be com- around the state, Mason said, "we
"The
He- was a native of Wakulla,co-captains: during the football Culley's Chapel at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday "Still Life" and two Charcoal Pen
of this
enactment in that our headquarters
hopes
are
mended upon : his, life with the Rev. Dr. Melton cil portraits. "Portrait of Mike"
bill"' said County and had lived all :season: and also made, the all-con to take
will begin
safety building on a
new: boating. in ,St. Marks. He was a member:ference team. Ware and the Rev. Luther R. is owned by Dr. and Mrs. T. D.
H add much the new look, at least to the extent
Hodges.NIt' Church St. This Stokes officiating. Burial in Head and "Portrait of Eric" own
of the First Baptist was the sixth time that Tallahassee was
boating that the
recreational by Hearing
pleasure of all Marks, and a veteran of World I trophies were awarded to seniorsby usable the Old City Cemetery. ed by Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Mathis.
will be
'safety for Room so we can
assuring greater' ." War II. He was employed by the local newspaper for their Mrs. Causseaux, who died Sun- Mrs. W. S. Mathis has"a mixed
tackle
persons using!: our waterways. Seminole Asphalt Refining Co., St. achievements in football. more effectively the some" 75 day at 4 p.m. in Isle of,JUst Homein media painting of "CrawfordvilleWoman's Brenda Joy Crowson, a graduateof
pending cases on docket. the 1963 of
senior class Sop
Booth
the Fair"and
Club at
born
in
Marks. Announcement of the winners Monticello, was Ham-
,: The Hearing Room in Tallahassee choppy School the'teaebing
HighSchool i Funeral services were scheduled had been held up awaiting the is undergoing some minor burg, Germany and came .to the a "pen and ink of the "Court scholarship High from won Wakulla

at 3:30 p.m. Thursday in selection )by: the committee for repairs and the Com- United States as a child. House.

Commencement- ; the St; Marks Methodist Churcfi,;seniors at both schools. mission emergency anticipates that money for She lived in Tallahassee for 35 The continue Exhibit for opened about May two 21 weeks.and tion.County Her in a plans competitive are to enroll examina at
her husband will
with
"
T- rilltin ficiating. Burial was in Wood- years a retired -
The B accalsuteateexercises' other substantial renovation of the the Florida State University next
evening, June 2, at ville. Cemetery. old former Supreme state road department auditor
Sunday: fifty year
of Cr w. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. CrqwfordvilleWomen's who survives her. Benefit Dance fall.Brenda
Mr. Carlton. Tucker. .Court building will be forthcomingfrom is the daughter of Mr.
S.b4:; will deliver' the sermon. Alice Moore Ward and two sons, the 1963 Legislature. Meanwhile Other survivors include three'I. .. I and Mrs. Oscar W. Crowsen of

fordVill Noah Connell of: the First Joe, and Roger Ward, all of St.- Notes the Commission must taketo sons, Stephen K. Causseaux of June Sopchoppy, Florida. .
Rev' Church of Marks. Others his parents, Knoxville, Albert S. Causseaux, Jr.
are order .
i.1to1in S8" the road in to keep
.Pentecostal w ill'assist.. ti Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Ward, of Crawfordville Woman's Club with the 25 or 30 new cases filed pace Wrightstown, N. J. and E. Car The Talwar Grotto of Tallahassee .
C wfordvine' will not hold a meeting on June 4. of Tallahassee sister is sponsoring a Benefit Dance
ran Tuesday"evening., June 4, St. Marks three brothers, Bill each month. Mason stated. Causseaux ; a
The senior class of the.Craw- T. F Barco of Lawrence Saturday night, June 1. Starting .
Mrs. ,
Dr. Henry L. Ash- and Jim Ward, St. Marks; and',, Chairman Mason said the Commission 'I
.o'clock. fordville High School will be using time 9 at the Leon County ,
'w of Pensacola Edward Ward, of Tampa; and disposed of 687 formal Ind.; and a number of grand p.m.
preaident ,
'1 the club house Grounds. Music by Harry
more on that nightMrs. Fair
ollegeaddress.will deliver the one sister, 'Mrs. Elna Sapp, Jack eases during the past 18' months.Toy children. Notice ,rx
his
o J gnter 13rv. g. Eo sonville Beach.Pallbearers. .. George Walker, President Sheppard and orchestra. ,
---.J.uatfoli of the Club, has appointed Mrs. Monies from the event will go to past '
gl- the First BaptisM were E. B.\Mye Card of thanks SOc to be ,
ell 1 from Marks will give the Seldon Cogdill. Bill Roberts, Mary Bevis and Daisy Creech as "Night baseball has cut the Muscular Destrophy Fund. when published 't

{perch of St.. \the club house 'committee.. Anyone way down on the number ofgrandmothers' Advance sale of tickets $2.00 per

.- 'f inWeation .rid benediction.inmted and George Releford Fragakis, T. J.Posey, wishing to rent the clubhouse, may soldiers were. first made funerals office couple. The public is cordially invited -

... : The'publiC i. ,cordially ,to Lynn. .contact either of these people. in 3000 B.C. boys have to attend. .. to attend. !

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2 Thursday May I 30, 1963 FLOEIDA FOREST SERVlC BIG WEEK-END SPECIALS

RAINF AU. REPORT ,

.59c COMPLETE'
t PORK CHOPS TallahasseeFlowers
WAKULLACOUNTY The Florida Forest Service

NEWS Announced the following rainfall SWEET CORN, dr. ',,. 49c FLORIST ". i


: recorded Kakulla CQ.U1tyTowers Head LETTUCE ', 20c <& Candy Inc. SERVICE 1

Telephone t WAlnut 6-3301 tor..t.htlt week .
,
or ._ flay; 21 thrcugfc30 Starfire -: __

t if 1.a r 27.13.CrawPordville .. 7, LUNCH MEAT, can .. 35c : : ,


..' Virginia Kf iehtlej .:: Editor" Tower ,- New TOMATOES, lb. 19c ;: .i :0: .. / -

+
: I II : .
Newport Tower 5 Ibs. 49c .
_' ,00 Delicious. FLOUR, ... .': .;, i.;
I Ii Average .!lj I *':. n formerly Tillman's _. .. .... .. ,


i'1 Entered at Crawfordville Florida, FIRE REPORT lJbby'8 APPLE G. FRUIT DRINK, qt. 21 c .'*" ;J 103f_EAST JEFFERSON. STREET '"t:;: ':.... .


las second class matter. Subscription .

fires to date this year 32: Fresh Georgia PEACHES, 2 Ibs.I 25c.

rate: $3.00 per year. .
\
Fires to date last year" 1S

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1 .... Acres to date this year_ ).;?...2 SUWANNEE STORE ., ..

Acres to date last year_39C. .# .I'liONE'224-5023, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA ,

Need. -* ... .
If You .
S.J.L. $
CRAWFORDVILLE, FLA. or WA 6-3301' CRAWFORDVIIiLENOTICE I,

Office Supplies I
',"' '
Business Machines 'I !Mrs. Isabelle Forbes, Mgr. -:t\ II

Office Furniture NOTICE OF ELECTIONThe :

Sopchoppy City Election .
See Call
or will be held June 4th, 1963 at the
1958 FORD V-S 6.Pass..4.doorj

RANEY WHALEY city hall in City of Sopchoppy. / Luggage rack automatic, transmission, radio 5695 OF TAX SALE '.'_ ,_
The T. W.
Candidates
are: hearer Very clean wagon for only.._ Notice Is hereby iven that on the 3rd day of June 19 3. at CrawfordviHe. Florida County of Wakxule State of Florida 4'
att Beasley, M. B. Hodge, R. P. Revell, tax sale certificates will be sold on the following described land to pay the amount due for taxes hereto set 1
John Roberts, L. L. Roberts, opposite the same together with all costs of such sale and: all advertising

t CAPITAL OFFICE 1958 CHEVROLET V-8 -Pass.. of Land .. I
George Strickland. Description Sec. Twp.. Rg Aer. Owner Amount of

t I EQUIPMENT CO. The Election Managers are: 4-door Automatic transmission, radio, heat1957 595 Taxes and C.stt.l Ii

: 319 South Adams St. Mrs. Mae Lawhon Mrs. Mary Re- er. Good wagon .... acre in above description in 20 2S IE >/. Clifford L. and Eloise Kelly $33.W1!
1
Lot 1 ELK B. DB 344 in 1635 IB Leonard M. Barron
Corner E. Pensacola vell, Mrs. Louise Revell. All of land in the NE of Sec. 34 lylpc E of : 1.091,
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA the Tallahassee-St Marks Rd 363 containing I
PLYMOUTH V-8 4-door; 35 acres mIl less lots sold less DB 48
405 P-481 and D$ 50 P-272 in 34 3S IE 18 58 A. F. Rich 40,M
Automatic transmission, radio, heater, 2 As DB 59 P-75 In 19 2S 1W 1 Richard Y. McCauley 162
Fish Kill, In ... : As per DB 7 P-74 Public Records Wakulla '
a County Florida in 3 3S 1W 1 Effie Smith 3..
.TV I In SE corner of S'i of Sea of NW!. of Lot :
Lake 23 HarsUield Survey 4 Unknown 3.93
: Apopka 1960 COMET E,i of SEt of lot 38 Hartsfield Survey_ 45 Heirs of R. N. Crawford 11.27
; Lots 5. 6, '. 8, 9. 10 11, 30 to 38 tact Unrecorded .l'* .!
SERVICE: : .. Tallahassee-More than 3,000- Radio, heater, straight shift, hite- $1 095 Subd. of lot 41 and 42 Hartsfield : 'i t
,.- .
Survey Ben StoutAmlre. 23.M I
Call wall tlrel. One low
< ; 000 pounds of gizzard and threadfin owner mileage Beginning at NE comer of lot 60 thence ;'1 ". -. -" .. -
Economy for ........................ .f '
wagon run
WA 6-3812_*_.., shad are d"ead as the result of S 65 Iks 7 cbs to a pob. then run S 13 !" .<:.3 !
cbs 29 Iks then go back to pob and run W .
GEO. CREECHCRAIVFOIWVIILE.'" a massive fish kill in Lake Apopka.The 1960 PLYMOUTH 4.door, 12 cbs 71 Iks. to NW corner, then run in a .. v \- -- '. -
Southeasterly direction to SE corner containing j
kill at this time includes very d.Pass. 6-cylinder straight shift and $1 095 8>a acres m/1 in Lot 6Q Harts-

y few game fish, however the mor- heater. Another one owner wagon.... As field per Survey DB 58. P-698 in lot 71 Hartsfield 8% Flora Trotman 14.09

:- tality is still progressing and it Survey !2 Wilton Reed 2-" t
: As per DB 56 P-, 22 in lot 72 Hartsfield
Barber is feared that dead game fish will '1959 FORD; Survey 2 Wilson S. Reed 3.58 I
l Dees Shop increase if the situation continues. In NW corner of NE/. of lot 77 Hartsfield i< '.
Air-Conditioned .VIcoor! ; Survey ::fro S Suwannee Lewis 24.72
2238 South Monroe According to John Woods, chiefof ; malic transmISSIon, radio, auto$1 095 An undivided 1/11 int. in all except 200 acres .:
of lot 82 Hartsfield Survey 14 Nathaniel 609
/11 Sanders. Jr. .
the Game and ,Fresh Water Fish One owner, plenty of room, An undivided 1/11 int in all except 200 acres ,I r-t

i M n'..and Boys Haircuts Commission's fish management division cool .. ................... ...:... of lot 82 Hartsfield Survey *.., 141/11 Polly Whitehead *M \
undivided, 1/11 int. in all except 200 acres W t
r fisheries bioligists beganan 1959 RAMBLER 2-door of lot 82 Hartsfield Survey f 1411 Heirs of'Willie Sanders 6.09.
'\ ; An undivided 1/11 Int. in all except 200 acres $
investigation on Thursday, Luggage rack for lots of luggage, room for $745 of lot 82 Hartsfield Survey r- 14 6/11 Heirs of Wiley Sanders 6 09 I
fish As per DB 39 P529. 1 acre m/1 In lot 92 %
May 16, when the first mass lots of gear 2-door with straight shift and Hartsfield Survey <,.: % Laura and Malcolm Harper 9 18

kill was observed. A second kill heater ... .. .. .... ................. ... ... ... 5 acres in NE corner of S'i! of SW>; less 1 ,'',-' 1
acre In NE corner of lot 92 Hartsfield :;* .
DEE COOK Owner of large proportions was noted on Survey 'I. 4 James Rosier, Medart 1.09

May 19. Water samples were collected 1960 FALCON, 4 door, radio and heater,. $ As on per E DB side 44 of P-69 lot and 105. 'TO.HS 7%less acres and of except land ._ I

I by the biologists and tests Standard Trasmission owner, 1,095 62 acres sold to Ray E. Manley and W. R.
Gray Jr. Hartsfield Survey 8 Hannah and W. R. Dyke 9.17 t
made to diagnose the cause of the low mileage ________.*-. As per DB 55 P-225 in lot 115 Hartsfield 't
fish kill. In addition to the water Survey '. \\ Ted E. 803
As per DB 57 P-181. 6 acres in 24 2S 2W CSWi Alzada Morris 5.93
.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE test by personnel of the Commission Of SW>'4 Of 13 33 2W. 40 F. H. Carter 8.42
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF sent to 1959 PLYMOUTH 8 cylinder 4 door Station Wagon As per DB 57 P-57 in 27 38 2W 10 Walter Simmons 409
I FOR WAKULLA other Samples were As P-307 in 25 4S 2W 4 W. D. and Nannie Bowen 7.18
E COUNTY.FLORIDA IN IN CHANCERY.AND No. the.State. Board of Health at Radio and Heater, Automatic NW Iropw>, of 1 5S 2W 40 Rocemond Cameron .' 8.42
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MORTGAGE 2'4! acres in form of a square in NE corner
FORECLOSURE OF this time mission one owner ______ Trans$895
Winter Haven. At per- of that certain IS acre tract of land con-
N. T. Smith. veyed to E. Revell by E. L. Vickers and .
Plaintiff. sonnel of both agencies are cooperating Nancy Jane Vickers his wife by deed ".
va* dated 3-11 and recorded P-206 of DB 6 _.:
I Abrahams and Huma M. Abra- in the investigation. on
Ben 1959 FORD 6 cylinder 4 door, Heater, being in NW'i! of SE"., of 3 S3 3W ', Roy Revell '1309
hams his Defendanta.NOTICE wife. Woods said the situation caus-II ; As per DB 57 P-242 in 7 5S 2W rOn Cumbie and Sally White ..': 873
TO APPEAR fish kill in Lake Apopkawas Automatic Transmisison, one owner 895 E sic of NW!', of 7 5S 2W Sallie Allen White 10.27
THE STATE OF FLORIDA. : ing the All of SE>/4 of NW!i lying S of SR 10, Cont.
Ben Abraham and Hilma Mme Abra- created by a change in water >Sf acre also 5 acres lying in NE corner of .
of NE'i of SW':, of 7 SS 2W 5U John Price 886
.
hams. Route No. 2. conditions. It is believed that this As per DB 34 P-221 in 7 55 2W 12: Mid-State Homes. Inc. 1018

FayetteviUe.You hereby Georgia notified that a suit condition has been gradually As per DB 56 P-223 in 1 6S 2W !.' Ted E. Phillip 7.18
are As per DB 56 P-225 In 1 6S 2W 5.05 Ted E. Phillip I...,
brought to foreclose against a you mortgage by N. T'sSmeeen brought about as the result of 1958 VOLKSWAGON, 2 door, Radio and J Lot 6 as per plat_.filed iivDB 9. P-9 in SE i .
of Wakulla County. of SE'i 12 5S :'< 3Wf: :J-'*: James A. Roddenberry 2.62
Florida in the Circuit, and you Court,are hereby requiredto various materials which have been Heater, one owner ___ 895 As per DB 32 P-83 lying in SE'.. of 12 5S 3WS Harold F: Gearon and Wife 11.27
> of of SE. and all unslod land
Clerk of the Circuit lake a SW'i
with the introduced into the a
file said County written defenses over lying in SE"i of SE .. of 12 5S 3W 36 James A. Roddenberry 9.18
Court of if in said your suit, and toI period of ars combined with the .. NW>.'4 of NE'. less 6 acres In SE comer of 13 5S 3W 34 James A. Roddenberry 8 18
any of on A. L. Porter. As per DB 50 P-85 in 2355 3W !', R. M. Hartsfield 409
I serve copy. Florida.same Attorney for the present .nv water level. 1961 CHEVROLET 8 cylinder, door, In SWi/4 of SWIG DB W P-168 in 23 55 3W' XI W. R. Yates 409
ICrawfordv1Ue before the 3rd day of "ihtroduced materials include S 4 of SvV'i! of NW'.; all of SW'. of SW!4
Plaintiff, or
A. D on 1963. Belair, Radio and Heater, 51 595 .lying E of SALRR. of 35 SS 3W 19 John A. Sanders 6.71
June As DB 55 P-15 in 5W W. Cibbs 16.45
WITNESS the UDOrableVI. May fertilizer from groves and vege- per 13 3S George
of the f said Air Conditioner --.- Lots-7. 10 and 11 Square 6 Town of Waneta '.. Unknown 3.47
Walker one Seal thereofa Craw table farms, effluent from sewage Lots 8 and 9 Square 11 Town of Waneta :. Unknown 2.23
Court, and Wakulla the County Florida this and citrus processing Lots 8 and 9 ELK A Town of E St. Marks _, Louise Shufford 7.18
,
fordville. disposal Lots 5. 6. 7 and 8 ELK 18 Town of St. Marks .< .. Wesley and Mary Wood 10.27
I :26th day of April. A D. 1963. plants and insecticides sprayed Auto- Lots 1 and 2 ELK 25 Town of St. Marks ... Ben and Lucille Stoutamire 8 73
:SEAL) Pearce 4 door Radio and Heater, Lot 13 BLK 26 Town of St. Marks ,...<- h S 33
Moody from the air. Commission biologists OLDSMOBILE, .. Dpi Pose :
Circuit Court. 1960 Lots 3 and 4 ELK 27 Town of St. Marks ; :' Edna y 8 73
clerk
Wakulla County. Florida.A. that the condition on matic Transmission, power Steering Lot 3 ELK 31 Town of St. Marks v J' Louie Shufford 7:18
emphasized 4 Lots 4 and 6 ELK 34 Town of St. Marks Ben and Lucille Stoutamire 7.18
L. Porter.Crawfo'dv1l1e... Florida Lake Apokla is serious and that'large a Power Brakes owner 5 Lots 1. 2. 15 and 16 ELK G Town of W. St. Marks John and Martha Bynum 93.74
39 Lots 3 and 14 ELK G Town of W. St. Marks .. W. G. and Mary Wood 16.45John
Attorney for ,Plaintiff. kill of game fish is possible.The Low mileage __. --'-- I Lot 7 BLK A Magnolia Gardens H. Dorsey 347Ronald
biologists recommend that Lot 50 BLK A Magnolia GardensLot RockhlU 347:
59 BLK A Magnolia GardensLot C. L. Norrell 347
i steps be taken to insure higher water 60 BLK A Magnolia GardensLot Kenneth SUke 3.47
78 BLK A Magnolia Gardens Ralph B. Shlck 347
CIiASSIFIEDFEMALE levels and that discharge of Lot 96 BLK A Magnolia Gardens Virginia D. Greater 347
waste be curtailed and of insecticides Lob 8 and..9. BLK B Magnolia Gardens Vondell A. Bowen 394
HELP WANTED'Op ,- use Lot 24 BLK C Magnolia Gardens Mrs. Delarace Mauk 347
in the lake and .tributaries Lot 48 BLK D Magnolia Gardens Gaston ReM 3.47
nlng for 4 ladies immediatelyin Lot 6 BLK G Magnolia Gardens Clarence E. Shultz Jr. 3.47
Crawfordville area. Earn $25- bP di"<*< tinued., ALFORD Lots 45 and 46 BLK K '.Gardens C. A. Sanders 894
Lot 13 BLK L Magnolia Gardens Milton L. White 3.4**
$50 part time. No canvassing, Lot 20 BLK L Magnolia Gardens Cecilia and Ralph Freedman 3.47
Lot 17 Blk M Magnolia Gardens ,.<,; Robert S. Howard 347
collecting or delivering. We Lot 38 BLK N Magnolia Gardens :,,. Ruby J,{. Wilhite 3.47
Lot 5 BLK O Gardens 347
train and commissions week- Magnolia Wilma Porter Walley
pay
Q. What is the cause of t Lot 47 BLK P Magnolia Gardens .. .t Julia and Sybel Tucker 3.47
ly. Tel. 224-8797 or write 803 that L t 9 BLK Q Magnolia Gardens 's', Jack E. Fussen 347
difficulty Lot 4 ELK R Magnolia Gardens Norman and Joan Stephens 3.4J
Delores Dr., Tallahassee, Apt. '
A. The principal cause is CO. Lots 18 and 19 BLK R Magnolia Gardens, Rancie C. McKinney S.94
a the CHEVROLET Lot 22 BLK R Magnolia Gardens :.. ? f Robert F. Trexler 347
fact that American industry Lot 7 BLK 6 Wakufia Gardens -3r must meet Lot 3 BLK 9 Wakulla Gardens .v- .- William R. Teal 347
greater Lot 10 BLK 14 Wakuna Gardens *. ;. Jack W. Porter 3.47
production costs than for- Lot 60 BLK 14 Wakulla Gardens Lucinda P. Parrott 347
., Lot 25 BLK 17 Wakulla Gardens : Lester Stemmer 3 47
: y eign industry.Tallahassee I Lot 56 BLK 18 Wakulla Gardens Lowe Kitchen 347:
(D.- Lot 68 ELK 20 Wakulla Gardens Luther B. Grove 3.47
l Rep. Clarence Cannon Lot 75 BLK 21 Wakulla Gardens .. Dora Turner 3.47-
Mo.). Chairman. House Appropriations Lots 8 and 9 BLK 3 Grieners AdditionLot W. H. Barton 5.94
13 ELK 4 Grieners Addition Mrs C. Sylcott 347
: Committee--Advocated Lot 15 BLK 4 Grieners AdditionLot Unknown 3.47
Business Firms billion. 1 BLK 7 Grieners Addition Annie Mullen 3.47
a cut of $8 Lot 22 BLK 6 Grieners Addition Alice Blanchard 3.47
Lots 22. 23 and 24 BLK 8 Grieners Addition B. W. Ltnerman '.41 ,
: Lots 1 and 2 BLK 9 Greiners Addition Unknown 9.94 :
Lot 18 BLK 9 Greiners AdditionLot C. M Smith 347 '
: 23 BLK 11 Greiners Addition Jackie Allen 347
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DIRECTORYPatornize Lots 4 to 8 BLK 13 Greiners Addition Unknown 13-33
Lot 9 BLK 14 Creiners Addition L. P Boctwlck 3.47
;1 Lots lIt and 16 BLK 21 Greiners Addition s ; M. w 5.94
Lots 20 to 23 BLK 25 Greiners Addition Una own 10 89
Lots 32 and 36 BLK 26 Greiners Addition ." **. L. twtck *.94
t i Lots 20 to 31 and 33, 34 and 33 BLK 26 Greiners Addition .* : nk own 39.62
1. Lots: 6 and 17 BLK 27 Greiners Addition ?\ Unknown 594H
These Advertisers Lots 23 and 24 BLK 27 Creiners Addition r-Jtl.. M. Morrow 8MHlrlam :
Lot 6 ELK D Rakers Addition .) .. J. Petti 47.35
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Lot 155 Harveys Addition Town of Arran "T. :..' Glen and Mary Pope 1.09T.A.Rken
Lots 1 and 2 BLK 3 Town of
Shady Sea ; ; ? 3.94
-1-F R 'M fEt Lots: 1 and 2 BLK 3 Willis Subdivision ( t 409
O. I. GRAMLiNG 1# Little Folks Store, Lots 2 and 5 BLK 10 Willis Subdivision ._...a Robert Harren and Wife W.27
Lots 23 and 24 Town of Sopchoppy West Side Sarah 400
Radford
Inc. Lot,$2 Town of Sopchoppy West Side p 1 .
j a 1 Mid-State Homes :3109
I It "The Capital's Lot 4 BLK 9 Town 0'- Panacea fIi
1-: 4.09
Henry Taylor
r 1
& :.
FEEDS CO. Majors for Minors Lot T BLK 14 Town of PanaceaLot Minnie Barwick 4.09
14 BLK 14 Town of Panacea sLot Unknown 400
Children' Furniture Toy : 10 BLK 15 Town of Panacea :_, Amos B. 4AG
One-Stop Service for Games Hobbies Lots 7. 8 and 9 BLK 23 Town of Panacea t' interest John A Whetstone Taylor *.64

Feed Seed Fertilizer Baby Accessories CALL 2220165MEDART Lots 7, ?V2? 9 BLK 23 Town of Panacea H Interest Kenneth Pomeroy 64
I t Lot 6 Town of Panacea Wilton A. Ross 4:09
133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146
Lot I BLK 24 Town of Panacea .;; Worth Moore and
Poultry Supplies Roderick 4.09
Lot 3 BLK C South Town of Panacea tfiV'Lot Charles D. White 7.18 i
Mills MetcaU
Flint River Garden ToolsSo. 1 BLK D South Town of Panacea .'?: Blanton 1'. 7.18
r Lot 3 BLK A Aqua De Vida Subdivision It Leon Rhodes .409CUU :
Loan ,
2015 S. Monroe Ph. 223-0274 As per DB 54 P-448 BLK B Aqua De Vlda Subdivision Service Inc 10.21
.. 1.
Adams at S.A.L.R.R. As per DB 38 P-474 in Plat BK 1 P-12 BLK B. Edwards
4r t Crossing NEWS (j Aqua De Vida Subdivision .. .J D. R. and KeOr 1.13
Mays
... i
Lot 8 BLK C Aqua De Vida Subdivision ..
>.., J. CoUfwlne 873JJ
.... .Phone 223-0173 r. Lot 20 BLK D Aqua De Vida Subdivision ., Ashtey: 4.00.
{ Linton
) and Mrs. A. L. returned Lot 38 BLK E Aqua De Vida Subdivision .'- T. 'ir7iPwl C Tlpton Jr. 4.09

home Tuesday morning after Lot 18 BLK H Aqua De Vida Subdivision James IT Tar IeY 4.09
Lot 16 BLK N Aqua De Vida Subdivision 4.09
Rudie
W. Christian
i flying to San Juan Port Rica. Lots 17 and 18 BLK N Aqua De Vida Subdivision N. AT Jfthn7 i. 7.IBThelraa
SUBER & JOHNSON Lot 22 BLK N Aqua De Vida Subdivision .. P. RadIoed .09
Light Weight and Regular They enjoyed a wonderful trip Lot 23 and 24 BLK N Aqua De Vida Subdivision J. C. and Corlenne Cobb and

l Concrete Block Seeds-Ferti1izer- Their daughter Judy of Atlanta.* H. W and Barbara Gandy '..1'Thaxto
t tf
Baby Chicks Lot 27 ELK N Aqua De Vida Subdivision 4.08
: '. --- Ga. went with them. Lot 21 BLK 0 Aqua De Vlda Subdivision T. D. and Yaacey 4.09
CUfton Perry
Hanson Wood and -' Farm SuppliesCor. i Lots 1 to 9 Inc. BLK U Aqua Subdivision 2SJ1
Fredrick Rcmlck
and
f .' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pigott 1 Lots 29 and 33 BLK 3 Town ofvidta Park Unknown and Leona 4.09:

Hoel Ind., Inc. _. Gaines and Woodward Sts. son of Tallahassee spent Saturday rLot 41 BLK 3 Panacea Park Mrs G. C. Thomas' *-3
t .SSw. S'::4-- m Lot 22 BLK 5 Panacea Park L. C. Brown 3.53 .
S. Adams St. at 4-Points Tel. 222.5960BakerAlford at the Steve Pigotts. Lots 79 and 81 BLK 6 Panacea Park Emma Mae cause 4.ot
I
TeL 222- 840 P. O. Box 661 Many friends and relatives attended Lots Lot 78 134 BLK and 9.138 Panacea BUC 14 Park Panacea Park .... Jack Roy R Houston Jenkins Crum 409Burk 3-53

f homecoming at Friendship.Lots 174. 175 and 183 BLK 18 Panacea Park Sauls 3.74
(Lots 1 and 13 ELK A Lots 180-182 BLK 18 Panacea Park Durk Sauls Ion
Baptist church in Medart Sunday.'Lob 3. 5. I, 10. 11 and 12 BLK I Panacea Parr Cnkaown 14J1llajcunrn
Stone Co. .'Lots 13 i and 14 BLK I Panacea Park i I 4MVOkxowa
Capital
t Mrs, Nannie Durrance has been .lAta 1. 2. 1 4. 5. I. 7'3'19'' and 10 BI4CS Panacea Park 16.45sJnkaown
visiting here and will return to 1 I Lots !. 2v2f ., '. ADd 10 BLKT Paanacea Park 1645
Since 1908 iLot 18 { D Town or ll Bessl Wens I..U
Tallahassee this week. iLot 4 BLK T Town :Mack L. Parriah 25.D

-. .eager,, MARBLE GRANITE Co. Mrs. Mary Doris of Tallahassee.,.:Lot Lot 2 2 BLK See.. BTom Subdivision Bessie James Wells J. Sam.. 128Eo 4.09

... altInc. BRONZE attended homecoming at Friendship Lot 4 Sec. B Ochlocknee Shores Subdivision a. CoDe. 12.2e
"The Parts House" Lots 9 and 8 See. B Ochlockne Shores SUbdY1aloD Potter and Ruth Hopkins 2572
'" r:: MEMORIALSCerneteryWork and visited Steve Pigott. Lot 10 Sec. C Ochlocknee Shore Subdivision Walter tAM
; ; .,.. -'' ,.., Anything for your auto truck has Lob 8 and 9 See. D Ochlocknee Frank W.J. Vaughan : 93.7OWilliam
:
:' of All Type or tractor. Also for Miss Annie Bee Sparkman I Lot 10 See. 1 Panacea Subdtvlsiotiawooiviaion Ploy 409
'
luvrtntce and Bonds lawnmower your power been in Tallahassee for several Lot 13 Unit fl Panacea Shores Subdivision A. W. *
and Bishop \\33
much for
508 W. Gaines St Tel. 223.0719Walter your Lot 27 Unit fl Panacea Shores Subdivision John PflCt '
St.-Tel. 222-4680 boat. days. She is having her foot Lot' 18 BLK A Shell Point Beach Melvin D.) Scott ". 5
Adams F. Buchan Mgr.
214 S. 208 N. Adams I Lot 20 BLK A Shell Point Beach Subdivision Ben Stoutamire U.3C
St. Ph. 222-3380 doctored on. 'Lot T ELK C West Point .
Subdrrtaloa l.ave Oak Island T. L. CaW lOft M.44
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I .- WAKULLA COUNTY HEn. r
PANACEA NEWS .> I '. :- I 3it ,
.. Thursday May 30, 1963
J
by Eva Cosper ..
The Congregational Holines ," .'
T. Camp Meeting starts Jane 5th, at ., .. .
Sopchoppy camp ground one quarter J
mile north. Evangelist Cecu
S
Thompkins of Rome Georgia SS .
is invited. Rei r y
be here. Every one
Carious Allen.
The Panacea Woman's Club will] /., '>.Faster Way .
hold their monthly dinner on Satarday -
s
June 1st at 6:30 p.m. at
the Panacea Woman's Club Build To More Pork Profits. -
Gail Alexander Carole Ladd Ann Smith

r ing.Charles E. Roberts who ha I'h' :DSS i

1 been visiting his grandparents Mi
J JF4 f Witt left Tuesday Y
and Mrs. W. ,
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6 ..... >
May 28th for Prep School in Bain-
bridge. Maryland. He will then
go back to his home in Salt Lake
City Utah. On Saturday May: aE

25th he and Carol Becton spent <-.'
I the day at Dog Island. These two '.< '';

YZ had lots of good times while they] ,,
were together and I imagine each ;: -
I .
r r will miss the other. .
___ j Rev. Tom Harrell will hold .
services Sunday June 2nd at the< .
;
Galveston Alexander Nancy Lawhon Janet Russ Newhome Primitive B a p t i s t t'
church. Church services will be at
r- 11 a.m. Everyone is welcome. y
t The annual homecoming will begin -
Friday, June 7th at the Bethel
Y Primitive Baptist Church. pinnei
.
.q'J will be after the church service:

l>n Sunday, June 9th. The dinner
will be on the church grounds and 3
an invitation is extended to all
I
Harvell will preach.
"ft ; Rev. Tom
The Panacea-omen's Club will .
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.
Starter
Pig
s have their dinner at the Woman's ;
I iL '
I Club Building on Saturday June BALANCED FEED THAT GIVES PIGS .

I 1st at 6.:30 p.m., adults $1.00 and .. A RUNNING START TO MARKET ,11 l
-rr hildren 50 cents. The menu will .. .
Elma Braren Adrian Lewis Danny Spears be: Beef Roast Chicken and rice Sow .Pig Feed :... ,
Pilau, .Escolloped potatoes, English .. ALL NUTRIENTS ANTIBIOTICS /' \;;
peas-Turnip greens, deviled .
,' ind; pickled eggs, corn bread rout- .,.; : !:t'I.
Ration '
finsHot rolls-butter, Tea and I Growing ,
j and nmicn eud p eoko.e CONCENTRATED FORTIFIED FEED j:: ;.
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.o' >
M !offee, lemon pie, pound cake. I. "t

t ;; Hog Supplements .
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CRAWFORDVILLEPERSONALS I I. .... k :
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Mr. and Mrs. David Fox have ., 4"
.. r eturned from a five day plane ':.. :
rip Jamaica. :, CALL US TODAY:22p3Ho: -
Mrs. Atlas Wilder of Tallahassee :
Billy Berry Richard Lynn Phyllis Strickland f '
spent the weekend with Mr .

md Mrs. T. S; Barrow.Mr. ...' GOOD v
L : FEEDERS DO BETTER.
: V. L. Cooper has returned ,,:X' .... 1"-. .
to his home after being a patient -- -:: F--R-M ,
FEEDS AND SERVICE
WITH
:
in the hospital in Thomasville.Mrs. .
L. D. Taylor has returned{ -* >
Lo her home from the Tallahassee
r.fa
.yN A Memorial Hospital. :
Jack Pearce is spending this FLINT RIVER MILLS :
week with his parents: Mr. and

.
Mrs. Moody Pearce. -
.L Mr. and Mrs. Wooten Smith and PHONE 223-0274 .
2015 MONROE ST.
hildren attended a family reunion .
in Chattahoochee* Sunday.Mr. _: .:. ;:!*

I and Mrs. George Creech,, '.- "}
Kaye.EnM. o' Beverly Tully :' .. ..
Lydia Jr. and children spent Sunday atSt. '1 It ; '
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George Island.: r '..,.::. .."1. -
Mr. and Mrs. Moody Pearce, .'
I
.r T.g.yr MarlowJJ Jerry and Jack attended the funeral t.-':4M:.
of Mrs. Pearce's father, Mr
Schaker in Tampa, last Tuesday i"I
Mrs. C. L. Townsend and son,, -
'" lack spent last weekend in Gainesville : \:.
Florida, visiting her son, C. \
L. Juniors who is a student at the,I y fJ P

rI and University.Mrs. Dewey They Ward.also visited Mr II : ;.

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rehwinkel
visited Mrs. Jack Taylor and Mis: I "
i It f Eva; Bellinger in Monticello last ." .... \
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t Doris' Tyrone Moore Doyd Vause Sunday.Mr. .- .' : _
_
r r and Mrs. Thomas Crawford -II
visited in Monticello last

1. Monday. I .' .
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there are diversities
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We should always appreciate ":.
and make full use of our
:t r Raymond Harvey Janice Rogers Sue Whitfield God-given powers and abili- ; <1 :"LEWIS .

I ties. Instead of envying the .
talents of others we must remember .r
that He has endowed E i f r

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iWI.a ./ need only open our minds to :
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the light of the Spirit our 1- <
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IT the Spirit and our lives to
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ir:' dress. is a grown woman in place to sit down."-Fred "South Sea Fury" I. =kTA7I i t

f' .blue jeans"-Harold S.'Ma-; \v. Crown' The Bergen
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;:".-. is of SOPCHOPPY NEWS 14 WAJCULLA) COUNT NEWS
'- 'Thursday, May.301963 .
f- by Louise C. Sapp '
Class '
Tripby The Church of Christ in Sop- S _D :Y FRIDAY"A"
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Kaye Evans choppy will begin their_ revival K ; !flj 4' I.Fresh
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the train ride from Jack Sunday, June 2. Everyone is invited .<.; '. '- alid SATURDAY: :u J
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through Savannah, Co- to attend the tent meeting .
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Raleigh, and Richmond, which will be held on the church .- ='
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Washington, D.C. lot each evening throughout the : f
( most of us were not sure week. '
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would survive the trip, Hayden Gray, son of Rev. Truman Grade FRYERS, Ib.I ,.. ..:

Gordon Cooper .ride .Gray of Smith Creek has been _
, [ Avenue seem- released from the Tallahassee Memorial PORK CHOPS center cut. ;. lb. 59c f
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energy in us. We have Hospital, last week. Hayden '30 "
so much fun or seen so underwent a very serious surgery J39c
: places. and we were happy to see him in Delight OLEO, 2 Ibs for

'the parade was.over we Sopchoppy Monday.Mrs. t

: a charter' bus and went ." Helen Crosby has returned TOMATOES 303-3 Cans for. 39c
7' We saw Lincoln sit- home, after a visit with relatives ,
; in his chair in in North and South Carolina. 39c
Memorial and Jeffer Mrs. Agnes Joyner has returned GolcJ..Fross KVAP. MILK 3 for

t EfH. D D{] and stately, standing in home after being released from the -
S of honor gazing at hospital in Texas. BANANAS, lb"K : ... lOc
skyline of Wash- Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sapp Jr. ;.,. .-: .' ':,
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.(;. of Panama City visited Mr. and .. .
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Cemetery Mrs. L. C. Sapp Sunday -
we peer- afternoon.We -;
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::. perfectly lined rows of are glad to see Sammy Bar- '
., marking the burial wick home from the hospital.The SHOP and SAVE.ATJ/ : ;:
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our. country's honored Sopchoppy Band held their "
t the center of the ceme- Banquet at the Woman's Club in ': PIGOTT'S STOREs '
the Tomb of the Unknown Panacea on Friday night. *''.J ..
P l: As we silently watched The youth rally will be held in +:* MEDART,: : "

of the guards at the Carrabelle at the Holiness Church, ,
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'r too, felt the emotion Saturday! June 1. Participating in "'I" :We give TOP VALUE StampsSpecial
have held'a' nation for the rally will be Otter Creek, Sop- _
:< dead. choppy, Panacea and Carrabelle >' : :
ti night we went to Churches. .
'Royal a prominent The West Florida Camp meetingwill

nightclub, for dinner begin Wednesday night, June Sale!
We clapped till our 5, at Sopchoppy. Rev. Cecil Tompkins -
at tha gracefulness speaker. Union meeting, Saturday .
Dancing Team and June 15. Same location. .
s of our master of cere- (West Florida Camp Ground.) 'l.' ..
But most of all, we en- Mr. and Mrs.J. S. Cogdill of St.
voice and personality of Marks visited the Ralph Browns .

of the better known Sunday afternoon.. Thursday'- Friday Saturday
singers. Rev. Julian Turner of Robbins-
morning we visited the ville, N. C., and Mr. and Mrs. Bell
nsltitute. That was (Teece) of Tallahassee .and Rev. .. :
experience! We were and Mrs. Jim Thomphins of Wa- :':-o; J SJ : !'
leave !it, but the F.B.I. kulla and Woodville Methodist > .' "
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P :- was waiting and we had church visited Rev. Richard Miss Pat of California Dresses v -
, ; At the Federal Bureal of Sprague find family on Sundayand C,<>..l'I', : : '*'
we saw many dif- also Rev. Pelt of Crawford- '.

of scientific crime ,, ,'.' : "' '.'
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ville.Eddie cnm 4 '; :' '
Lawhon is confined to '
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200 To Choose From. aReg
Over
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Communism
and explained, the were ten Tallahassee. Catherine Memorial OlaH Hospital.Mrs. ia ill in.the t.' C1s ." :.: .......; ..-; ..:.... :, ': '.

. .criminals' photo- I Carrabelle Community Hospital. ... ,..' .-:' "
: were shown us, and the I Mrs. Annie Harms, Mr. and <,
1 Sale Price 10.90:, \:
: the century was illu : Mrs. Ralph Brown visited in East- 25.00 ; c
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i point and Panama City last Fri. .
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afternoon we went to the day, while Mrs. Lynwood Watts : : -" .vV

Monument. There are and Mrs. Walter Harms visited ;: ;r,

on the inside that end :with the.Clinton Cox's of .Highland ; ; t? i" *, '* **v ,

b souls platform.climbed up Some and i City.Mr.. and Mrs. Cecil Duren and >... .Sta ight Skirts, Fullskirts. ,'s/.ft..'" .:,': ,:
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__ The view was mag- daughter Kay, Mrs. Inez Yent and i.. .... Z .. ""I'- S '. '.....' .-'',
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t. We had a bird's-eye- !son, Mike of Tallahassee, were t"< .*. .'. '"
Washington, D. C., parts i Saturday evening supper guests of ,.. .
also .
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and some of Virginia .
Y fi i Mrs. Florida Roberts. 'C .7. i
s observation windows. i Friends of Mrs. Richard 4",, .
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> ; Embassy Row. A I Sprague called on her Monday \:;"":_,_..". w .--,' .. "

gardener was trimming I evening to wish her a happy Birth One-.Rackforsses Drastically Reduced ,
at the Japanese Embas- :
:r .oL'1.! guide pointed{ out that I day.Mr.. Jasper papas has been admitted

Embassy was closed. I to the Tallahassee Me-
winding, tree-shaded morial Hospital. .
" to the Washington Zoo. I Mr. and Mrs. Sim Land and son
animal imaginable must I Rodger, spent Sunday with their -.ga.t4; 'j4
there. There are seven- I daughter in Wacissa.

of cages Leaving the I Mr. and Mrs. Guy Revell en- -
h 5 x,> > were driven to the Wash- joyed the weekend with Mrs. Re-

" Cathedral It is tall and Iv ll's mother, Mrs. Mae Lawhon. S
and possesses an atmo- I e

quite dignity that is en f'' "...'",."-4-<. o
by its mighty columns and .
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-,, 118 S. M ..
ceilings. It is built in the I' : ;/ iroe
of the cathedrals in -. .' .......-..... ..-- .. ...
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night, we, and what seemed ';::: ." <
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the Potomac. on a huge : .' .- -.: : boat. We docked
at an '

-,. : : :: :: : park where we en- .:.' ',. ",,.. ... ..,Prevent Roaches, Flies, Moths; '.:..: ,
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" (,. /><'tJb' f11 JrI': ", .--:: : ? as facilities our pocketbooks of the park and .- !. ,j.. : Ants and Mosquitoesfrom : 1 .- :!-V.gf...., u..

stand. After slow .
a J .
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and .
, go back to our hotel for -Spreading .Causing ,
sleep. ': 'iT. r.;,., .. ':')T $ti..'..,
r and early the nevt morn Misery in Your Home. "

:. .. walked to the White House.:
standing in line for only \ .
or so we were allowed to ,I
of the home
a part '
President of the United For Indoor Pest Control-Us ?'; -. ;'Q r,: ..,
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We saw the Red Room, The _
f and the Blue Room, Gulf
t1 ORTHO Products, Spray, '.'..' .
in "
Banquet room, gold '
We walked through I
Ki I -Ko Spray. :-;<
had
where
presidents .. .. .
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and Dolly Madison reigned : .;:, : r-- 5*
. ful'First Lady. .. 1......-..:- 9*>. 'f" .:., .!.,
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afternoon we drove to : : r
. Vernon, George Washing i
Lawn Vegetables Flowers ,
Keep ,
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r paths that he had walk :. < -' -:::;: -- --
saw his tomb, and smelled >:.>r,._ Healthy Now by Dusting and' ,. -
scent rising from the

and pretended to live : .ing With Proper Insecticide: i .

in a bygone age. ,
I. ;=il '
" Mount Vernon we had *. <: ;. 'le
,''r and boarded the 'train for JrSprd

I;: We brought with us many .. : ii*-
1. *memories that will be I" Dusts and Sprays

for years to come. Now -
! senior trip is a memory
the Safety of These Animals: ,
turn to Baccalaureate .
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I. T' :j; will be Sunday. Our baccalaureate, June 2, at ;' .DAIRY CATTLE-- BEEF. 'CATTLE .f:..., f .

Graduation exer- .. J" -: & !
June 4, Tuesday at 8:00 : DOGS-CATS""rri 'f: a ... f. : ;"

will be in the Craw- .. .
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High School Auditorium. -. :.;:><1' ::QU2 1\.1', '

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4': iso Keep Your; 'd fs."and* 'ir .' 3. ,

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opinions a man Kennels Pest Free. '. .
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home. fIZTlUZK .
!o' when begets fff& lID s : r. ,
B. Bowra, Aztec- < rIC

f : ) Independent Review. SHOP HERE & SAVE
soft
all set for a
you understand but
tiyr hope the moon doesn't
f ; 'O.I.GRAMLING''CO.i
., out to be made of ;
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T.ldlys' E Eli
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