Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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VOLUMN U NUMBER 19 32327 Price 10c Per Copy
JANUARY 7 1965 _



When you plant a tree in

e Florida-Arbor Day, January
... 15 your choice is the
broadest of any state except
Hawaii! *
There are more than 714 sow

different kinds of trees grow-

ing in Florida, representing
nearly half of all species ti s
NorthAmerica above the RU d! ,

r 4 Crande. flNewly

"ll Gum, maple, pine, magnolia
cypress: dogwood
hickory, cedar, oak, palm-- L
and in south Florida, mahogany 1
and eucalyptus. Nameem
and they grow in the
Yr Y
Sunshine State.

Florida's is so wide,
and terrain so varied that

many trees are peculiar to

4 A M limited parts of the state T

M For Instance in northwest appointed Florida Industrial Commission Chairman, J.

Florida in the ApalachicolaForest Oanforth Wright, Ir.| seated, goes over a report with Frank Nelson
is the torreya, or go- (Oov. Bums appointee for Industry) and 10-year veteran Walter -
pherwood generally unknown -
Ughtsey, representing Labor
in other parts of the
1 state. Another example is (
the chinkapin oak of North
Florida. In South Florida in
the Everglades ii the manch- }

ineel the tree of death- U g '
and not recommended for Ar- : r 9

bor Day planting.A .
favorite for Arbor Day is
the slash pine mainstay of 7
Florida's forest industry. It

has long needles, grows rapidly -
and bears large cones.It .
grows best on welldrainedsoil.

MR 6 MRS, STRICK AND Another- Is the sabal palmetto i
cabbage palm Flo- .

60 YEARSMr. WATERFOWL LAWS may attain a height of 80
feet. It grows in sandy soilor '

and Mrs. John Strick- Panama City- Four,persons mmocks throughout most /
; land, Sr., celebrated theft were charged with violating of Florida, but the sabal
60th wed din g anniversary migratory waterfowl laws on seems to favor the coastal *

December 27th at their horn. Deer Point Lake SundayJan- regions. 1 I
in Wakulla County Route 6, uary 3, according to wild- And don't forget the cedars.

..... Tallahassee,when about 20( life officers W. J. Tiller and There are several includingthe I JI
friends and relatives attend. W. A. Bowles, Florida Came white cedar: or juniper, I
Fish Com- and the more familiar red '
ed and Fresh Water
an open house. mission. cedar. The juniper does best Attorney General Earl Faircloth, Mrs. Faircloth State Treasurer Coy and Mrs Haydon Burns enter reviewing stand as Tallahas
children and grand The red Edwin Larson, and Mrs. Larson view parade Tuesday. see' largest parade In history gets underway.
children were hosts and host- The four were William Carpenter in swamp or glades.
esses. Route 1, Panama cedar is abundant in West .
City, James Farris P. O. Florida and other parts of the WEATHER OUTLOOKThe -
Box 1021, Panama City, state but fairly rare in the

Pink Lewis 1614 Michigan southermost part of the state. Thirty Day Agricultural -
SHOOTING INCIDENT Avenue Panama City, and PlantingcypressArbor Day? Weather Outlook for the
FATAL TO ONE William R. Harper, Naval 7'hebald cypress attains huge month of January for South
Air Station Pensacola.All size but Is not a fastgrowing Georgia Southeast Alabamaand
A Smith Creek shooting Incident were charged with tak- tree. Pond cypress is a Northwest, Florida issued
between 5 and 5i30 ing or attempting to take "cousin" of the bald cypress by the Weather Bureau Advi- a L
P.M. last Saturday afternoon migratory waterfowl from a and Is common also in swam- Agricultural Meteorol- a
resulted the death of Dex- motorboat. py locations of the state. Ar- sory :: 9
Tifton Georgia Dec-
ogist, _
ter Bartonof Tallahassee and
Carpenter the operator of izona cypress Is excellent for ember 31 1964sTemperatures
wounding of Terry Davis, also the boat, was also charged Arbor Day planting. It's ar during Jan

of Tallahassee. SheriffW. with failure to have life preservers evergreen, grows rapidly, and uary are expected to average
R. Tall investigated the Christ-
is quite popular as a above normal over all of the
incident and said Major In addition to the main mas tree.Florida. Tri-State Agricultural Area.

Langston of Tallahassee and charge, Farris was cited for has a fine list of D;fly! mean temperatures will
Smith Creek aid he found
hunting with an unplugged Oaks including black oak, average between 51 and 59
Barton.and Davis the land
with on shotgun and failure to have a chinkapin, laurel, live oak, degrees. Maximum temperatures -
and that
some squirrels
federal duck stamp. turkey oak, willow oak, water will average from 60 \
he told
(Langston) them to Lewis was also without the oak, white oak, silk oak, to 69 degrees with afternoontemperaturesreadhing75 i
five' him the squirrels then 'required duck stamp. and yellow oak. de

off"get. off It is the land and that stay Harper was charged addi- Some fishermen plant ca- greesorhigher on 4 or 5 days _
reported one tionally with failure to havea talpas for the famous fish during the month. Daily _
of the two told
men lang-
ston, "You'll' have to take hunting license pr a duck bait (catalpa worms) they minimum temperaturesshould f aMss.
provide. between 40
them (the" squirrels) away stamp.All posted$100 appearance Eucalyptus Is an import and 49 degrees average with temperatures Tom Adams Secretary of State Tom Adams and General
from and the
ensued.me, shootinf bonds.A from Australia. Some 'are falling to> 32 degreesor McMillan arrive at reviewing stand at start of Inaugural Parade.

juvenile was also appre- more resistant to cold than lower in all areas on two
LangstonwaI lodged in jai hended in the case. others, and all do quite wellIn to five mornings. ROP RODEO ON
Saturday night pending In. In separate action Carlo. extreme south Florida. Rainfall during the next 30 FAIR PROGRAMThe
vestigation. rumore Andrews, Springfield, was They are among the fastest days will average between
trespassing disputehas arrested in Point Washington growing of all trees. 1.75 and 3.75 inches over FLORIDA POWER HAS story of rodeo has no
been going on over thepast wildlife management area Many of the tropicals and Southeast Georgia and between 300.000 RESIDENTIALCUSTOMERS beginning or end, accordingto
few years. Saturday night, January 2, exotics thrive in South Florida 2.00 and 5.00 over Foy Reynolds, producer or Sarasota More than 5,000
Sheriff Taff told this news- children have undertaken the
charged: with huntlnf including flame tree Southwest Georgia, North- the Florida State Fair Championship -
paper on Tuesday that a wild hogs in a closed area. orroyalpoinciana, jacarandawith west Florida and Southeast This week Florida Power Rodeo. job of naming an orphan porpoise -

charge of first degree murder Andrews posted $150 cast its lavender flowers, and Alabama occurring as general Corporation connected its Rodeo was not bom. It at Flondaland, the
had been west coast's multimillion -
placed against. bond. the) orchid tree. rains on 7 to 9 days dur- 300,000 residential customer. came into being during the new
dollar attraction
Langston. Other arrests in this case are And for that special planting ing the month. Rather than attempt to early days of the cattle in- tourist
Trial date has been U. S. 41 south of
not complex
set on
pending, according arrest- how about fruit and nut Sunshine during January is identify the magic number dustry. The assertion that here.
this .
at writing.INTERSTATE ing officers Bowles and Tiller trees? --peach, orange, sat- expected to average about the company celebrated this Sante Fe, New Mexico, in The taken off

luma, pecan chestnut, etc. 69 percent of possible with milestone by giving a 1/4- 1847 Deer Trail, Colorado the coast porpoise of the was Florida Keys
Plant a tree on Arbor Day I frequent periods of extended watt C.E. '"mte lite" im in 1869, or Pecos, Texas in when it became
But give that favorite tree a cloudiness.Soil printed with Reddy Kilowattto 1833, was the birthplace o f apparently
JOHN W. FORRESTThe chance by planting it correctly. temperatures during the all customers connected. ,Rodeo may be accepted onlyin was separated from to a Floridaland school. It
next two weeks will Jevel off In 1965 the company had terms of locality tied to brought
Rev. John W. Forrest In handling, be careful: not annual minimums and begin about hail its present numberof certain conditions where it joined two other

96 years of age died last to injure the root system. I a slow upward trend customers. "Since that Actually, rodeo is found performing porpoises and u
Saturday night in an Orlando Dig the hole wide enough thereafter. Four inch soil time, said W. J. Clapp, wherever there is a thriving now undergoing training.
PA 1I Hospital. He was born Sept- and deep enough so that temperatures under bare soil company president, "to supply cattle industry. Some of the names suggested -
ember 8, 1868, in Walnut roots are not bent or cramped. should average between 55 all of our customers with M. E. Twedell Managerof by children prove rather
1 Rudge, Ark. He was pastoJ Don't plant the tree too and 60 degrees by the end of the additional power they the State Fair, booked the interesting, with 'Flipper,
at of Pentacostal Holiness deep. Don't plant too shallow the month. have needed and to provide fair's first rodeo last winter. Jr. 'and 'Flipper II' leadingthe
Church in Crawfoidville foi either electricity for the tens of Success of that experiment list.Other.

22 yean. After placing! tree, press 50TH WEDDING thousands of new residents proved that rodeo of championship I names gleaned from
Rev. Forrest's survivors Include earth down firmly, embed- ANNIVERSARY moving to Florida, we have caliber had a definite the adolescent mind are
GRAVES two tons, E. F. For- ding all parts of the roots. spent more than three hun- place in Florida's biggest humorous, such as 'Needle-
-Because the National La- rest of Palatka Frank L. For. Pour In water at several stages Mr. and Mrs. Dan Millerof dred million dollars on new show Nose Ned', 'Herman', ''Orphan

Relations board has rest of Orlando; two daugh- when filling the hole. Trim River Sink community, plants and equipment. The sport unique in that Annie'alld, 'Joe the Bar-
bor ters, Mrs. Della Small Orlando broken or bruised branches. Wakulla County, will celebrate "While all of our costs are contestants must pay entry tender.
ruled that a pet cemetery in and Mrs. Floy CaNun Keep back from small their 50th Wedding An- up costs for fuel and sup fees to get into the various Whoever wins the 'Name
Peoria Ill, was engaged in Orlando. trees until they get a good niversary Sunday, January plies and other things need- events. Championships are the Orphan Porpoise' contest
interstate commerce the Graveside services will be start. Water often, do not 10, with an open hews at ed to provide service have decided on a point basis, will get a free day at Flori-
Teamsters Union has been held atthe-Crawfowfvllla Cemetery fertilize too heavily. their home. skyrocketed in price our scoring one point for every daland with a dozen of his or
granted the right to hold Saturday Jan. !9, at All of their friends are Invited more efficient plants and equipment dollar won. her friends.
aI I 2:00 P.M. Local residents I 1827-A daredevil -' Besides a Porpoise show
election January 15 to call from 2:00 to built during this The All Around Champ- ,
representation will remember that 'a few Frenchman named', Si00 P.M.January. construction program have ionship has been worth more Floridaland Includes a ghost

amongthe employees. years ago Rev. Forrest built Chabert made the first test enabled us to reduce our rates than $30,000 to the winner, town with street shoot-outs,
Though none of the deceased d church in Crawfordvllle. resistance of as-i four times since World War' every year since 1950. can-can girls a dee/ park,
of the heat
animals are from out of )! The'' II. There will be eight Rodeo Indian Village, tour trains,
state, a few headstones did bestos. He entered an oven 2-1. 1848 We will continue, Clapp Cowboys Association sanctioned gardens, shops, a billy goat
originate in another state January 10. 1901 The clad in asbestos and holdinga great California gold rush said, to accept our responsi events in Tampa, with mountain and a mock-up
for the great hand. After with the first discovery the finest whisky still. Florida land
and that was the basis of the way was paved steak in one began bility to provide nightly performances February is
Texas oil boom when the twelve minutes he emerged made on John Butter's electric service at the low 2 through 7. and matinees open dally.w .

ruling.'. first strike wa made In safely ready to eat his well- land in Coloma, California eat possible cost*. I i iIJ on 'eb.d: and 7,

Beaumont Texas. done steak. -, .. .


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Amazing new liquid plastic SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
I coating: used on all types of STATUTE COUNTY, FLA. OF THE STATE OF J4

surfaces: Interior or exterior. Know all men by these presents January 4, 1965 FLORIDA, IN AND FOR fit:

Eliminates waxing when ap- that H. H. Clardy, J. List Warrants Drawn on the WAKULLA COUNTY.IN .

WAKULLA plied on Asphalt Tile, Vinyl, J. Crotser, the Marsha Lynn GENERAL FUNDJ. CHANCERY. J

Linoleum, Vinyl Asbestos, Trust and H. R. Hoffman are INCORPORATED
D. Turner 188.00; MID-STATE
'COUNTY NEWS Hard Wood, and Furniture. in business
partners a con-: 188.00 a Florida
Ralph Strickland. ; ,
Completely eliminates paint- ducted under
fictitious: Sam Smith. 179.24 Wil-
; corporation,
Tel.phoae AI..t 1-1301 ing when applied to Wood, name of the Asphalt Trans- lard Carter .. 179.32; F. Plaintiff,
Metal, or Concrete surfaces. Co. The
portation principal '
T. Roberts 176.02; #
This finish is also recom-: of
place business of the Asphalt -
400.00 s
II Moody ;
mended for boats and auto- Transportation Co. is PRICE YON and
Emmett C. Ferrell Jr. .
mobiles.NO. St. Marks, Wakulla County, GENEVA YON, his wife,
Vlrjtl.l. Ktifhtlcr Edit.* 351.21; J. M. Cwin i ..
Florida. The of Asphalt Defendants
COMPETITIONAs partners -
382.28; Newman Harper ..
TublUhe these Transportation Co. 188.00; Sheryl Ferrell .. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE
exclusive formulas
Fred Kelithtley are : hereby give notice that 4
they SALE
in demand by all businesses will register the fictitious: 169. 75; Margaret W. High J-ORECLOSURE rs.I
Entered at Cnwfordvillt, Florid and homes. 169.75; J. H. Hudson ..
Industry name with the Clerk of the T0 WHOM IT MAY CON- } 1i
94.00 Johnie Limba ugh
No franchise ;
: fee. Minimum
Circuit Court of Wakulla CERN
a. second dm matter. SubllC'rlpion 84.75; W. May Walker ..
investment Investment
$7,000. -
County as soon as this Notice .. Notice is hereby given pur-
rate: $3.00 per year.JII is secured by In- has been for four 4.62 Hugh M. Taylor of
run conse- 4.621 Ben C. Willis.. 4.- suant to a Final Decree
ventory. Factory trainedpersonnel cutive weeks.H. .. Foreclosure dated the 5th
will. help set up 62; Guyte P. McCord, Jr.
tour business. H. ClardyJ. 4.62 William D. Hopkins day of January, 1965, and

For complete: details and J. Crotser 6. 161; Harry Mor- entered in Chancery Case
descriptive literature write Marsha Lynn Lewis Trust rison 4.62; Ivey C. Cox No. 1288 of the Circuit t

CHEM-PLASTICS C PAINT fiyt J J. T. Williams, Jr. andH. .. 5.55; Helen Bosenberg Court of the Second Judicial

CORP. 1828 St. R. Hoffman, Trustees. 12.95; R. W. Ervin, III Circuit, in and for Wakulla
Locust ". R. Hoffman Florida, in the a-
Louis 3 Mo. .. 25.00; Dorothy E. Naz- County,
Nf 14t1123.jEED, 12/24 311710. worth. 92.37jLonP. Wil bove styled cause, I will sell

lis.. 184. 75; U. R. Lawhon to the highest and best bid-
.. der for cash at the front door
THE SECOND JUDICIAL 120.77; George L. Harper of the Wakulla County Courthouse -

/ A GOOD .. 550.00 Mrs. George in Crawfordville, Florida -
USED AND FOP WAKULLA NeSmith .. 100.00 Jim- at 11:00 o'clock A. VI.
mie B. Dykes 60.00; L. on the 18th day of January,
DUMP TRUCK??? NO 1309. D. Taylor 323.33; Ray 1965, the following described -
Green, Com ft.: 201.47 property in Wakulla. s

If You Need. call Earnest LISENBY OASI Fund .. 100.11; Am- County, as set forth m said
Plaintiff, erican Heritage .. 52.91; Final Decree, to-witi H

OfflceSupplics CO.CHATTAHOOCHEE vs. Witholding Tax A/C. .. From the SE comer of

Business Machines FLORIDA 129. 851 The Selig Co. Inc. Fractional Section 19 r I

Office Furniture 663-H918 Minnie Lee LISENBY, 17.50; Florida Microfilm Township 3 S, Range i _

Defendant. Corp. 48.50; Bowen Sup- W, run N along the E
See Call!
or ply Co. 195. 79; Roberts boundary line of said Sec- FIRE TRAINING Volunteer fireman Forest \ oxm receives: Instruction -

RANEY WHALEYat DIVORCE C Son, Inc. 26.45 Capital tion I9a distance of 1162 from Sam Lolly of the Florida Forest Service on opera-

ORDER OF PUBLICATION Office: Equip. .. 34.50; feet; thence: run W to the tion of the Formitt Tank assigned to Panacea :'ire- Department.I

Barber Gen. Office Equip. ... 198.- W right-of-way of State The new equipment u used for extinguishing burn.ng liquids
Dees Shop
CAPITAL OFFICE STATE OF FLORIDA TOi 84; Midyette-Moor 67.- Road No. 369; thence S-

EQUIPMENT CO. Minnie Lee Lisenby, 00; Capital Office Equip. W long the rightofwayline
Four points Address Unknown. 2.45 Talquin Electric: of laid State Road
ait South Ad... St. Sachcrtortc Is A Viennese Cake
No. 369 distance of
Corner E.PennaeolaTALLAHASSEE You are hereby notifiedthat Coop. .. 1.95; J. D. Turner ; a
FLORIDA BOYS HAIRCUTS $1.00 a complaint for divorce 25.80; Sam Smith 105 feet to the true point

Open ( days a week Friday has been filed against you In 25.80; F. T. Roberts of beginning;thence: con-: r
the Circuit Court of Wakulla 25.80;Annie Gray. 83.00; tinue along said rightofway ,

TU 8 p.m. County, Florida in Chan- Ann Moor 88.00; Diane a distance i of 105

Four muter barbers to cery. You are hereby required Strickland.: 24.00; Moody feet; thence W 210 feet; .

to file (personally or Pearce, Clerk 72.00; thence NE and parallelto
IesYw by attorney) with the Clerk Demo. Executive Comm. the W right-of-way of

DEE COOK. 0...r of said Court, and send a 301.45; Wakulla Co. State Road 369 a distance v i t ar .
.t copy of the same to the attorney School Board 5,450.00; of 140 feet; thence in an

for the plaintiff, your W. S. Schley 160.00; E direction a distance of

w written defenses, if any, to Yaeger Ins. 285.00; W. 210 feet more or less to
IN THL COURT OF THE the complaint: in said cause P. McKenzie 142.12 ; the point of beginning,

COUNTY JUDGE, on or before January 18, R. R. Nichols .. 105.94; said land being located in

WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA 1965 Herein I fail not, or Frank Revell .. 128.27 Wakulla County, Florida.

i Judgment by default will be L. L. Roberts Scr. Sta. .. Dated this 5th day of January -
entered against you. 9. 731; Ray Green, Compt. A.D. 1965.

REi ESTATE OFTHOMAS WITNESS my hand and the 33.40; CASI FW1d.. 30.- (Circuit Court Seal)
H.WILDER seal of said Court at Craw- 27; Baker Alford Co. .. 28.
Isl Moody Pearce
DeceasedTO : fordville, Wakulla County, 521; Pilot Equipment Co. .. .
.. Clerk of the Circuit Court
-- ALL CREDITORS AND Florida, this 16th day of December 305.70; R. F. Jackson Mach.
D. C.
J.rrrlc TANK PERSONS HAVING CLAIMSOR 1964. Works .. 82.06; Standard It17.iN By Johnie.

SERVICE DEMANDS AGAINST (Official Seals ) Oil Co. .. 11.45; Clinton
SAID ESTATE / Moody Pearce Pigott's Car. .. 56.00; Dor-

"" You and each of you are Moody Pearce Is Cwin 100.00; Earl THE CIRCUIT COURT 0

*Clean Out hereby notified and required Clerk Circuit Court Vause .. 1000. SECOND JUDICIAL CIR-

Repair to present any claims and demands Wakulla County FloridaJ. ROAD C BRIDGE FUNDJ. CUIT OF THE STATE OF One fir the most famous desserts in all the world in Vienna
*" New Installation which either FLORIDA IN AND FOR renowned SvVienneiie II
you, or H. Hudson'P. H. Dowling C Son ..
conk named Smhcr the Mr. Sacher who later
The Best For Less! of you, may have a ga inst the O. Box 66Crafordvllle 155.10 Tallahassee Tire Co.
; CHANCERY built the Saiher Hotil A Saehrrtorte is a chocolate cake. glaardwith l
estate of Thomas H. Wilder Florida .? 20.22; Clinton Pigott's apricot and fronted with ihofolale It i M quite different from
Telephone deceased: late of said Coun- Attorney for Plaintiff Garage .. 27.40; Fla. Equipment MID-STATE HOMES INCORPORATED our own Amrrican.tyieth.enlatr take Taserve. chill thoroiit.blvNi

Tallahassee! 877-1773 ty, to the County Judge of 12/, Co. .. 487.401; a Florida .. ,. ..
: '
ftpr Goo Wakulla County, Florida, at LeonAuto G Marine Ser. .. corporation, "
: p.m his office in the court house 16.50; Jones Auto Electric Plaintiff, l:1: cup| !Models margarine I dip micarrillintt
of said County at Crawford- 13.55Seabrook Machinery I cup| xiiuarh <(< and FrontmKI'l >
N '
villa, Florida within six egg yolk* I ( lips apricot| |preserves
13 Vulcan
Inc. .
calendar months from the Are you looking for a good ; PRICE YON and 4 ounces unsweetenedihiHolate 'l cup light corn xvrup
Materials Co. .. 120.40
full-tlhie Income ; melted :1 unsweetened
: time of the first publicationof part-time in Franklin or Co. or part Talquin Electric Coop. GENEVA YON, his wife, and '/ cull| finely grated! almonds ourueti chocolate, melted

'GLABI'SSHOP this notice. Two copies: Tallahassee? Raw- 9. S7j; Tall. Bank G Trust Co. EQUITABLE CREDIT C DIS- I tup sifted flour 2 t..a"III'"n" hot waterChopped

of each claim I or demand lelghDealers earn Many$2.50 and ... 101993.001; C. W. Pelt COUNT CO. a foreign 6 egg whiten pistachio nuts

shall be in writing and shall hour. See D. C. ... 153.12; J. C. Harvey.. corporation, <( up per
c state the place of residenceand Thrash 1422 N. Blvd. Tal- 129.84; W. W. Oaks. .. Defendants. Cream margarine. with I ('up sugar until liiiht and fluffy Beat

post office address of the lahassee, or write Rawleigh 144.70; Carlton Harvey .. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE ettK yolks until thick and lemon colored then "heat into creamed 1

claimant, and shall be swom FA L 220 26 Memphis Tenn. 167.S51; Carlton Revell FORECLOSURE SALT" mixture Blend in melted chordate and almonds. Fold in flour
to by the claimant, their a- 153.69; A. B. Spears .. O..alIC ... until thitk and frothy then gradually add "14
EARLY AMERICAN gent, or attorney and accompanied 5tp12l7. 128.08; C. W. Allen TOi WHOM IT MAY CONCERN cup steer ""atlDunlll soft peaks form when "neater is raised

FRENCH PROVINCIAL. by a filing fee of 128.08; Cajer Posey .. Fold into chocolate mixture. I'our !hatter into greased and floured
VICTORIAN one dollar and such claim: or 128.08 Louie Posey Notice I hereby given pursuant inch spring! ( form pan Bake in a 300 degree F. <(< slow) oven
; until cake test done. 50) to 60 minute. Cool then
FURNITUREPhone demand not so filed shall be 128.08 Homer Carraway.. to a Final Decree of
; remove from
void. fOR SALE Complete 128.08; Melton Gray .. Foreclosure dated the 5th Split cake pan.into two layer. Spread about .
Bedroom Vj apricot
385-1222 Ill The Lewis State Bank Living Kitchen: also, bed, 104.98; Coy Sanders .. day of January, 1965, and serves on top of one layer: stack second layer cup on top I Spread pre
1901 N. Monroe St. As executor: of the Last Will room, youth 128.08; E. T. Roberts entered in Chancery Case remaining l preserve over top I and side of torte Bring corn
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA and Testament of Thomas. H. and chest. Mrs. Ina Maye 104.98; Erie Wallace .. No. 1287 of the Circuit syrup to boil in small .aucepan Remove from heat and add

Wilder, deceased.4t1217.24.31.17.: Forbes Miller, Walnut 6- 128.08; Glen C. Pope Court of the Second Judicial unsweetened. chocolate, Let stand until chocolate ill melted and

3853 or Walnut 6-3081. 100. 111; Leon Crum. 129.- Circuit, In and for Wakulla syrup, is cooled to lukewarm Blend chocolate and syrup thenstir

98; Roger Land.. 128.08; County, Florida, in the a- in hot water Quickly spread on top and sides of torte

I G. Mathers..128S5Steve bove styled cause, Iwlll sell Garnish aides with chopped nuts. Makes 10 to 12 servings.

Harrell .. 122.30; S. B. to the highest and best bidder I
Green for cash: at the front door
Forbes.. 97.25; Ray ,
TalUhaMce UIUUMM Firm
of the Wakulla Courthouse January 17. 1930 The
County -
Comptroller. 229.80 0- WHERE IT GOES; : Last'
in Crawfordville, Florida I now famous Brink's robbery
American; U 11:00 o'clock A.M.or. year every American workIng was staged. Nine bandits!

DIRECTORYPatomlM WitholdlngTuA/C..10.- the 18th day of January, an eight-hour day put wearing Halloween masks!

00; H. T. Adams .. 54.93; 1965, the following described in two hours and 21 minutesto escaped with $1 million in
15.00. property in Wakulla taxes the Tax
J. C. Harvey. .. pay cash and $500.000 in checks
as set forth in said
Th... Advertisers FINE C FORFEITURE FUND Final County Decree, to-witi: Foundation reports. from Brink's Incorporated. .'

I. H. Hudson 180.00; Boston
From the Southeast cor- car service i
W. R. Taff, Sheriff .. iI
ner of Fractional Section: I

FRM Little Folks Store nineteen ((19)), Township 1
((3)) Rangeone
"The Inc. ((1)) run North along -f.. '!'4r. '!.' : lt.t I

FEEDSflint 1J, Capital'sMajon for Minors"CMdrtn't & CO. the East boundary line of

Fumtturt, T v., said Section: 19, a dis- FLORIDA STATE
Game Htbbui One-Stop Service for 624.98.mil tance of 1162 feet;thence:
Aodtiontt run West to the West
Baby r
Feed Seed .
MIS 8. River Mills 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 22-1148 Fertilizer I right-of-way line of State WED thru SA T.
Moon.Lifkt ,PHI 123-02'1. : Poultry Supplies Road No. 369, which: Is

I the true point of beginning -

Garden Tools ; thence West 210 Tony Curtis Natalie Wood WED thru SAT.in .

So Adam at S.A.L.R.R. feet; thence Southwesterly -
SUBER & JOHNSON Crossing If hunting's your hobby, you and parallel to theWestrlghtofwayline
can never become too familiarwith of Melina Mercourl
Phone 223-0173
Seeds-FertiliiAv.Baby Chicka safety.with-gun rules. State Road No. 369, a SEX AND THE SINGLE GIRL Peter Ustinov
unloaded when
Keep jour gun distance of 70 feet Schell
Weight 9d Regular Farm Suppliu it's not in use-but always thence In Maximilian
CoHcrtti" Blocker treat it u if it were loaded.Be an Easterly direction -
Cor. Gaines and Woodward SU. sure of your target before to a point 105 TOPKAPI

;Hanson, Wood and Tel. 222.680BakerAlford' you pull the trigger. feet Southwest of the

,: Hoel Ind. Inc. I point of beginning and on
the West right of way line
: S. Adams St:at 4-PoinU Capital Stone Co. If you're building a collection of State Road No. 369, a
. 222-6840 P. 0. of World War II model jRRY
,Tel Box 681.Yeajer distance: of 105 feetto the
Sine IMS planes, look for two new ones HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IM
by Monogram Models, Inc. The point beginning, said OUTDOoR
land being in Wakulla AM Wrvtnvmc UWT..
\ -. MARBLE GRANITE P38L. Lockheed Lightning and .....
BRONZE Curtis P40-B Tigtrshark are County, Florida.

MEMORIALS being introduced in the same Dated this 5th day of Jan-
Co. quarter-inch seal u Monocram' uary, A.D. 1965.
previous historic fight
Cwiutory r1c/ Typm
r "TA.Pert. HOtUe"ADYthina' er-bombers. The Tigershark (Circuit Court Seal) THURS. FRI. c SAT THURS. FRI. L SAT I
a Inc for your auto truckor 608 W. Galnea St-Tel. 223-0719 was /flown by the famous Fly III Moody Pearce

I tractor. Also for your power Walter F. Buchan, Mfr. ing Tigers and Lt. Tom Lan Clerk of the Circuit Court Kirk
t i lawnmower, and much for your phier was at the controls of a Byi Johnie 1 Llmbaugh, D.C. tommy Robert Mitcbum _
,Ieeraaa etui Bond boat r Lightning when he shot down lt-1/7. J_ Annette Fuaicello- Shirley MacLalne -

.,.. 114 Adams.' St-Tel. 222-4680 208 N.Adams St. Ph. 222-3380' the Yamomoto.plane Both carrying kits are Admiral complete PAJAMA PARTY WHAT A WAY TO CO

u I; and also
with armament special and

P' operating features. 'redrjck March- Ben Canara Audie Murphy in

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I----_..-, JANUARY_.._-7.--1965_..- photographic If you want equipment to use your to I
make something new In erect-
ins cards, try a photogram.
Place an object (or cut-out
silhouette i in )the on daikroom photographicpaper Turn ."., eCHEVlU

on the light to expose the "picture" -
.. WORMPOWEI flocks
Then develop as you COIVAII Mon .po,1 fAUpr
CHIVV 114 lICK'' Nor .llDn WAson
NEED A GOOD\ would any.other. *photo. MAhbu Supt,Spor Con.hbl. CaRVillE suns Roy Spoil eoupt I L_._ j -

USEDPULPWOOD If you think model-building
TRUCK??? is just for the boys think
again I Ronnie Thiel 19 of Osh-
call koah., January It IIJ.I-A! new 0UTLT
H.tnembly line technique for
four winners of hips to the
CHATTAHOOCHEEMOTOR New York Woilds Fair in manufacturing earn wan inaugurated -
COCHATTAHOOCHEE Monogram's LI'I Coffin contest bv Henry Foul
Other top winners were Paul I.
The proved to be a
FLORIDA G. Jason, 20, New Bedford, process
66)-U18 Massachusetts, Greg Dunn, valuable time saver; ear XXembly *-
15, Dallas. Texas, and Nolan now took a mere 11:1: UStD
Roger Altman, 11, Kendall, minutes instead of the 12'. \
Florida 1064 hours required| under the old
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By Louise C. Sa PP

% Mr. and Mrs. Terry Bar- Mrs. Marie
wick and daughter, Beth, of social visitor in Sopchoppy
/ Pensacola, Florida, visited Saturday afternoon. She was
his mother and father of.Sop- returning to her home in
choppy during the holidays. Carrabelle after spending the
Sonny Barwick of Pensacolawas holidays with her family in
All ThaNksmillion also a visitor of his par- Tallahassee. While visiting
ents. Accompanying the in Tallahassee, she visited
Barwick brotherl back to Pen-
Hodge, who has been a
sacola was their sister, Rose patient in the Tallahassee
FOR THESE MILLIONSFor Ann, who spent several days Memorial Hospital for sev-
f with them. eral weeks. We miss seeing

Mrs. Rebecca Arnold left Beno and hope he can soon
return to his home. Beno
Wednesday California after -
makeshis home with his sister
I frosting ui with them, that Is. her spending mother a, few Mrs.days Nolle with Miss Coryne Hodge.

J Burge.

It would be easy to take this confidence for '
granted. But In Mrs. Mamie Trimble of CRAWFORDVILLEPERSONALS

doing Its work well, a bank Is constantly aware that South Bend, Indiana, and
soma Mrs. Villie Cousins of Nor- ;
nine-tenths of its resources belong to Its depositors. Every fold, Virginia, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Wal-
with sister, Nolie Burge, and ker and grandson Hank
Investment, every loan, must be weighed In the light of that visiting their brother, Doc Creech, spent New Years at
fact. Simmons, who is very ill in Chipley with friends.
the Veteran's Hospital, Lake
City, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Stone
For and children from Miami visited -
I your confidence and good will, we are grateful. We Miss Hattie Mae Lawhon, Mrs. Stone's parents,

shall always try to take care of you and your daughter of Mrs. Mae Law- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reh-
j money. hon, seems to be improvingafter winkel last week.
the accident on Christ-
mas Day in which she received Jack Townsend visited Mr.
i two broken bones in and Mrs. C. L. Townsend,
her right leg. Understandshe Jr. of Gainesville last week-
has to remain in bed for end. Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
several weeks. Wish her a Townsend, Sr., went to
I STATEMENT OF.CONDITIONDECEMBER speedy recovery.Mrs. Gainesville Sunday to bring
back Jack to return to school
Tom McPhaul left Monday.The .
Wednesday from Tallahasseeby
31,19(4 plane to visit her family, first baby of the New
the Richard Kurth's who liven Year was born January 2,
Hollywood, Florida. 1965, at 9:00 A. M. in Wak-
i ulla County, a girl, Trelinda -
The families of Mrs. Leara Jackson. Parents are Eli-
Resources Liabilities Reynolds joined her in a sha and Mary Jackson of Rt.
Christmas dinner, December 2, Crawfordvllle.
25, at the home of her dau-
ghter and son-in-law, Mr. Eddje Ward of Gainesville
and Mrs. Ben where is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C.
I Loans & Discounts ............................ $ 9,653,116.48 Capital Stock .................................... $ 600,000.00 she makes her Alpin home., Mrs. L. Townsend, Sr. He came
Reynolds is in very poor especially to enjoy some

Overdrafts ........................................ 6,226.64 health and has to be under hunting.The .
I r Surplus .............................................. 1 1,100,000.00 care at all times. many friends of Mrs.

U.S. Treasury Securities .................... 6,733,026.18 Mr. Joe Williams of River Lucille know Towles that she will was be able gladto to

Undivided Profits .............................. 295,331.25 t View Heights returned home leave the hospital on Christ-

Other Securities ................................ 2,908,928.78 for Veteran's a couple of weeks from Lake mas Day and go to her new
: Hospital, home in Quincy.Mrs. .

i Due to Depositors ....................'........ 22,012,547.42 t City, after undergoing sur Vivian former
Banking' House, gery. Tully,

Furniture & Fixtures ................ 432,492.76 Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Crif- now resident with her of Crawfordville daughter in,

Other Liabilities ................................ 485,145.58 t fin and two granddaughtersof Jacksonville, will undergoeye

Other Real Estate ............................. 1.00 > Ochlockonee, Ceorgia, surgery this month.
were social visitors here
Wednesday. Leonard Griffin -

Other Assets .............................-....... 464,173.38 of Sopchoppy, and formerly Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mil-
Total Liabilities and
Capital..... 24,493,024.25Cash
Ca. da
of Thomasville, ler and ughter, Cindy,
sin serious condition at are moving back to North
Cash & Due from Banks .... ......_....... 4,295,059.03 the very Archband Hospital Carolina. Mr. Miller has

.t Thomasville, Ca. re-enlisted in the Air Force.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Strick- Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Smith

ASSETS ........................ 24,493,024.25 land and little daughter, and Billy, Mrs. Curtis Langs-
Dorothy June, of Homestead, ton and Kenny spent Christmas -
Fla. visited Mrs Strick- in Orangeburg. S. C. ,
land'I mother, Mrs. Willie visiting Mrs. Smith mother
Mae Porter during the Christmas and sister. They also wentto
holidays.Mr. Charleston, S. C. to visit -
Mrs. Smith's brother and
.-- and Mrs. O. S. Moore
Officers Directors and Mrs. Nellie Raker ofLake family.
City visited Mrs. Del- PREPARING
ma Roberts on January 1. INCOME TAX RETURNS

M/Sgt. Randolph
G. E. Lewis, Julian R. Alford and family of Montgomery, The Internal Revenue Ser
Chairman of the Boord Alabama, spent several days
vice will offer a course of Instruction -
visiting his mother, Mrs.
J. M. Culpepper for who
Delma Roberts, andhiswife, persons pre-
Geo. Lewis II Federal tax returns for
Frances Roberts'parents, Mr. pare
President J. H. Dowling and Mrs. A. B. Carraway. others, Administrative Harry I. Wheeler Representative --

B. C. Lewis Mr. Horace Crowder and announced here today.Mr. .
Burwell C. HarrisonG. Mr. Eddie Brown of Mulberry Wheeler stated that he
Ex.eutiv.Vle. President and Trust Officer
Fla., 'spent several daysIn had been authorized by Dis-
the home of Mr. and Mrs. trict Director Laurie W.
L. Henderson, George L. Henderson Lonnie Brown. While here Tomlinson to provide the
Sr. Vice President, Public Relations. Officer, and Aut. Trust Officer they really enjoyed deer special training free of
John Ward Henderson hunting, although they were charge.
W. D. Henderson not lucky enough to kill a The Instruction will cover
deer. They returned to their the latest techniques in the
Viet President W. D. Henderson home Sunday and If nothing preparation of returns to be
happens, plan to come back filed under the new data processing -
L. S. Marshall, this time next year to do system and will be
W D. Hopkins especially helpful to indivi-
Assistant Vice President some more hunting.
duals who prepare returns for
B. C. Lewis Visiting in the home ofvlr. others on a fulltime or part-
Burwell C. Harrison, and Mrs. Lonnie i Brownon time basis. Mr. Wheeler said
Assistant Vice President Christmas Day were Mr. that the training will be tailored -
G. E. Lewis and Mrs. Julius Brown, Mr. to meet the needs of
Lucien Desilets, and Mrs. Harley Brown, Mr. those who do not receive Informational -
t and Mrs. W. W. Scrucler and material which
Asst. Vic President Geo. Lewis, IIWilliamashC.ierLewis son, Rodney, and Mr. and is regularly distributed I to

I Mrs. Robert Davis, all of professional groups, bar asso-
Jefferson D. Lewis Tallahassee Mr. Edwin ciations, and CPA societies.Mr. .
Brown of Crawfordvllle, Mrs. Wheeler extended a
Magdalene Brown and child- special invitation employees -
John L. Clements, Jr., William C. Lewis ren, Janice and Rowland, of of the accounting depart-
Assistant Cashier Sopchoppy. ments of local business firms
and financial: Institutions who
Frank D. Moor Ms. and Mrs. Ausley Car- assist clients or employees in
C. W. Olive, raway and daughter of Cape preparing individual or business -

j Auditor John E. PhippsTHE Kennedy visited Ausley par- tax returns; however,
ents last weekend. all others with an Interest are

D. I. Rainey, Jr., welcome.
I Asst, Trust Officer Mr. and Mrs. Luke Bass and Printed guidelines will be
daughter, Diane, Mr. and furnished each participantand
J Mrs. O. Q. Davis, daughter there will be a question-
Mabel C. Brewer, Barbara, their son and two and-answer period.
Asst. Trust Officer children, all of Moultrie The special sessions will be
Georgia, spent the New Year held at 7:00 P.M. on Jan-
Peggy L. Daffin, holidays at their Riverview uary 12, 1965, In Room No.
Astt. Cashier home.. latPanama City Marina
Auditorium. Persons Inter-
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown ested may assure themselves
and Mrs. Annie Harms spent of a place in class by sendinga
New Years in Panama City
post card to the
with Mrs. J. F. Kllboum.
Revenue Service, P. O. Box

Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Simmons 2029, Panama City, Florida,
were the dinner guestsof orbycallin telephone num-
the Classford family at ber 763-7712.
Gulf Terrace, Lanark Vil
lage, Sunday evening.

Miss June Roberts and Miss
Mattie Re veil returned home NEED A GOOD .
Sunday :night after spending USEDPICKUP
the New Year holidays in Do-
than, Alabama, with friends TRUCK??
and relatives.Mr. .

Oldest and Mrs. Bob Stowell call
and daughter, Linda, of Naples -
Florida, visited M. B. CIlATTAHOOaiEEMOTOR
Hodge tod other relatives CO.
>, '. ,. .t.. Member Federal! Deposit Insurance Corporation '01 New Years Day. CHATTAHOOCHEE. FLORIDA

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