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 21, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Four Florida ... .
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electric power companiestoday .
directed the ,Jt .
were by
Florida Public Utilities Commission _( ror'l

to pass on to their
customers, in the form of -/

across-the-board rate reductIons -

more than $7 millionin ,

savings they will realize

this year as a result of lower 111" :

Federal income tax rates. ..
Chairman Edwin L. Mason,
and Commissioners WilliamT.

Mayo and Jerry W. Car-
ter ordered Florida Power C

Light Co. of Miami, Florida
Power Corp. of St. Peters-

burg, Tampa Electric Co. of

k Tampa, and Gulf Power Co.
s of Pensacola to place the reductions -

4 in effect immed-
iately. t- .

+ Unaffected by the order are

savings which the companygot '

tt Isis In 1964 from the first : !; \ 1" \

two-percent Increment of the

: four percent income tax reduction -

enacted by Congress

I s early In 1964. 'The Com-

mission still is consideringthose

savings, company by
company, the Commissionsaid

County Board of Commisslonen was worn in on Januay 5th. Front row, left to right, their, and will determine u

George Young; John Davis, Bill Walker, Ralph Strickland and Willard Carter. In background, .appropriate dispositionlater.

Willard Carter was elected chairman for this year. I The vehicle for applyingthe

tax savings to customers

bills was also specified in WAKULLA PARK COUNCIl-The newly established Wakulla County State
the PUC order. A fuel adJustment -
PLANS COMPLETE FORC FLORIDA TRAPPERS MUST clause in current Parks Advisory Council held its first meeting with N. E. Miller director of the

OF C BANQUETOutgoing FIRE PREVENTION HAVE LICENSE rate schedules of all four Florida Park Service, to plan improvements for Fort San Marco this year.

COMMITTEE MEETS companies is designed to Left to right are Miller, Mrs. Floride Roberts, Sopchoppy, A. L. Porter, Craw-

President Jack Tallahassee Florida trap orJ'alse rates ai the fordvllle, I. A. Adams, St. Marks, and'Rep. Ernest Roddenberry, Sopchoppy.FEED .
Redfernof the Wakulla County The Wakulla County Fire pen are reminded that befor cost of ,!uel, a major item

Chamber of Commercesaid Prevention Committee helda flapping or taking any fur- of expense in generating power -

today that Judge A. L. quarterly meeting in the bearing animal for commer"c goe down or up. I

Porter will preside as Masterof office of A. L. Porter at I a 1 purposes, they should The companies, the Com-
Ceremonies at the Installation Ciawfordvllle at 7(30 P.M.on first obtain a trapping li- mission ordered, will make ASSOCIATION SPONSORS CHECK SOCIAL
and Ladles' January 8, 1965. The season for STATEWIDE CONTEST SECURITY NUMBERS *
Banquet cense. open monthly reports to the PUC, MOSTLY ON FAMILY-TYPE
Night Tuesday January 26, Chairman Homer Harvey trapping protected furbearing -
showing Vy classes of customers FARMS IN FLORIDA The Florida
business Decem- Tuberculosisand Since thll is the time of
at Wakulla Springs Lodge. presided over a animals is from h;.w the reduction
Secretary of State Tom Adams r meeting Uiaf:;Lfcntlstc vl reports ber 1 to March 1, and protected are being applied.The Feed in Florfd instill Respiratory Disease! As- year when many people receive -
will be the principal and discussion. Wakulla fur-bearers may not $7 million is based on grain sociation sponsoring a their income tax with-

speaker at the affair. Adams County Ranger Sam Lol- be taken except during this 1963 income for the com- produced largely on accord-small statewide! contest to find a holding statements common-
said his subject would be reported a total of 16 open season. panies, the latest full-year family-type fitting title for the corps of ly referred to as Form W-2,
Natural ResourcesandDe- fires that burned 54.7 acres Florida fur-bearing animalsfall figures available, the Com- ing toO. P. McArthur, State volunteer workers who assist the social security office reminds -

velopment, which is important in 1964. The committee into three categories.The mission said. Executive compiled.Uder Director ASCS. TB associations throughoutthe you to compare the social -

to the economy of Wakulla noted the fire record and attributed fully protected which In the case of Florida Power Records Diversion th e state in year-round program security account number
USDA Feed Grain
County. the Improvement to may not be taken at anytime and Light Cb. the estimated activities and the appearing on the W-2
reveal that
Redfern also said that the cooperation by county residents the protected which tax saving on 1963 Program per- Christmas Seal campaign.A with the number on your social -
Stafford family, atcompan- and a wet year. The may be taken only during income figures, is In excessof cent of the Florida in Farms the cash award of $100 has security card. If the

Ied by Elane Pouncy.of Tal- 1963 record was 56 fires open trapping season, and $3.5 million! Tampa Electric base producing feed 1959-60 grain had been donated for the winning numbers do not agree, action: ;
lahassee, would entertain burning 304.4 acres. the fur-bearers without clos- Co. $1.5 million yean entry, with an additional $25 Is suggested.If .
} of less 100
during the program. Theyare Farm Forester Dan Haas- ed season which may be taken Florida Power Corp. $2 mil- plantings than going to the local TB asso- you find the account
devoted and
acres to corn ciation in the
noted for their renditionsof man gave a brief report, at any time. lion and Gulf Power county number on your W-2 does not
; ,
religious music.IndicatiOns pointing out that brush Fully protected fur-bearers $600,000. grain sorghum during those the contest winner lives.A agree with the number on

point to a large chopper li now located in are the Everglades mink and Corporation i income tax years. non-partisan committee your card you should check
1964 Feed
The Grain Program
gathering for the event with Wakulla County, and that a Florida weasel. Protected rates were reduced in 1964 also will\ select the winning entry. with the personwho pays you.
records show that
Jaycees and their wives Invited mist-blowing service for fur-bearers are beaver, mink from 52 cent to 50 Any person in Florida Is eligible He can then check to see now
per per
85 of the farms
again as in the past. hardwood control is a v a i lI- and otter. Fur-bearers with- cent, and under the same percent part- to submit entries except your number Is shown on their
icipating in the 1964'program members of the Florida TB
Senator George Tapper and able. out closed season are rac- 1964 income tax law revi- records and whether the correct

Mrs. Tapper, along with Representative District Forester Gary reported coon, bobcat, opossum, red sion, will\ be reduced another less than had 100 a base acreage These of and RD Association staff and number has been reported -

Ernest Rodden- on rural fire protection and gray fox, skunk and civet two per cent, to 48 percent, farms diverted acres.20 or relatives in their Immediate on their social: security re-
berry and Mrs. Roddenberry, progress and the biennial cat. To take any furbearer In 1965.In percent households. Clubs, organizations ports. If the mistake was
of their normal base
more ( ) and school classrooms
will be head table guests. budget. by any method for com- November, 1964, the : only on your W-2, your employer -
Judge A. L. Porter proposeda a acreage to conserving crop may enter as a unit.
Fred Kelghtleypubllsherofthe mercial purposes requires Commission ordered all regulated can correct this earl-
Wakulla County News, field trip for the committee trapping license. A valid utilities to freeze the uses last year. The deadline for entries Is

will be installed as presidentfor and it was tentatively hunting license is requiredto savings realized, and hold The statement often made March 1, 1965. Entries emp1oyerhasbeenreportingyou

the ensuing year. planned for April or May of hunt fur-bearers for non- them until the Commission by persons opposing the pro- shouldbe mailed In envelopes an Incorrect number it
to the effect that bene- and addressed Volunteer
Serving with Kelghtleywill 1965. commercial purposes, but orders their disposition.The gram toi can and should be corrected..
fits under the Federal Name
be Bernard Wilson,Vice Pre- The committee adjournedto such: fur-bearers may not be tax savings I realized program Corps Flori- The employer can correct his
sident, John Pigott, Secretary meet again at the call of taken by traps. Florida Power and Light Co. accrue mostly to large da Tuberculosis and Respira- reports by filing form 941C.
farmers is accurate Disease Association
not according
and Cecil Chairman Harvey.SUNFLAVOR of steel Is tory P. Most familiar
Wright, The use traps In 1964were taken Into consideration employers are
to McArthur. Of the O. Box 10171
In Florida duringthe Jacksonville, with this .
Treasurer. prohibited In a $10 rate reduction procedure.If
16,935 farms normally grow Florida. Each must
deer hunting season. ordered the Com- entry believe there
open by ing feed grains In Florida, specify ((1)) the name of the you may
Trapping li prohibited in all mission List May. have been an error In the way
only 1,525normally grow entrant, ((2)) mailing addressof
wildlife management areas Other utilities whose taxsavings your employer reported your
than 100 of feed
entrant and
more : acres ((3)) suggested
unless authorized by area re- are yet to be considered earnings, you can easily
for volunteer
grain. n a m e
gulations. Possession, sales include a small electric corps. check on your account. To
Final records the 1964 More than be
on one
purchase of untanned peltsof power company which entry may do this get in touch with
Feed Grain Program in flo- submitted by a contestant
any protected fur-bearing does not generate any of the rida reveal that 179,620 acres provided each entry Is submitted your social security district:
animal is limited to the office. Ask for Form 7004
open power it sells, but buys it
of land In
on 5,699 parti- a separate enve-
season and 39 days Immed- from other systems; 22 tele- cipating farms was diverted lope. which li used to secure a
statement of the earnings
iately following. phone companies operatingin from feed grain productionto The winning title must be
licenses are available credited to social security -
Trapping the state; and 47 other utilities conservation uses. Diversion appropriate for a corps of your
at the office of-the account.
such as natural gas
earned volunteers
payments by including
various Judges. manymen When receive the state-
County distributors, and water and you
these Florida farmers
amounted well volunteer
ai as women -
sr. Commercial fur dealers and sewer utilities. to $3,801,000.Applications workers ment of earnings compare It
to obtain with records. lIlt a-
buyers are required your
to participateIn Further Information be
their licenses i through the may nothing more needs to
the 1965 Feed Crain PrograrnwHlbeaccepted obtained from local TB
Game and Fresh Water be done. If it does not appear -
in ciations.
Commission. to be correct
ASCS county offices begin-
BOARD SET TO should get In touch with your
ning Monday February
REPAIR JAIL 1965. social security district office.

A representative from this
The Board of County Commissioner office will be at the Courthouse -
SPECIAL COMMITTEE at their regular ANNE RUTH TURNER In CrawfordviUe the

R1 meeting Monday night votedto RECEIVES DEGREE Mrs. Jean Dykes, chairman 2nd Friday of every monthat

Tallahassee, January 12 make necessary repairs to of the CrawfordviUe's 9i30 A. M. to assist per-

The Florida Bar announced the County Jail. Tallahassee, Jan. 13*Dip Mothers March of Dimes,an- sons In filing a claim o*

+- today the appointment of a A report from Jailer R. E. lomat are being mailed this nounced today that the Mothers v ant Inl other information

special committee on law Whaley and Bobby Poseytoldof weekto 720 students earning March will beheld loncemlng social security
I s sT the condition of the sew- degrees at Florida State University matters. '
office management and economics Monday night, January 25.
"u'si 9ix to plan a new con- age system and a need for during the fall tri- Mrs. Dykes said volunteersof

tinuing legal education program immediate repairs.: mester. The number Included the Craw'ordville com-

for lawyers on the economic Senator Luther Tucker at 578 getting a bachelor's munity would be knocking on

aspects of law practice the meeting suggested that degree, 99a master's degree doors Monday night. WOMAN'S CLUB

K'i .1.. 1 1r and office management.The the Board make a survey of and 43 a doctorate.The Give I So that continued BOARD MEETING

course will be presented this facility and take neces- list of graduates Included help can be given the unfortunate -
sary steps to correct anythingthat Annie Ruth Turner .
first at the forthcoming children. The Crawfordvill Woman's
-- should need attending to BS Education CrawfordviUe.
annual convention of The ,
r Club will hold their
r Florida Bar In Miami Beach so that the jail might not be monthly
-- Board
Meeting Monday, January -
16 1965. Other future condemed.One .
25th, at 8:00 P.M., instead -
the largest turnoutof
NORm presentations will also be CARD OF THANKSMrs.
Tuesday the 26th
considered. citizens showed up at the ,

Florida Agriculture Commissioner Doyle Conner (left), gets help Robert C. Abel, Jr., Fort meeting, noting that there is Kenneth Falverof Fal- NOTICE due kulla to the fact that the Wa

from Florida Citrus Queen Nancy Collins of Winter Park and J. J. Lauderdale was named Interest in the activities of ver's Lobster House, a patient Commerce: County Ladies'Chamber of

Parrish, Titusville, president of Nevins Fruit Co., in loading the Chairman of the group. the Board. In Tallahassee Memorial Wakulla County Chamber of Night Is

last box of citrus onto a railroad piggyback trailer that was des- Members are W. E.. Grissett, The Board now meets on Hospital, wishes to thank Commerce Installation Ban- InexWalker Tuesday, January 26th. Mrs.
tined to 'tarry the first shipment of Sunflavor citrus to northern Jr. Jacksonville} C. Shelby the first Monday of each her many friends for their quet at Wakulla Springs President of the
markets. The loading took place Wednesday (Jan. 13)) at the Dale, Fort Lauderdale; Wil- month, and the first Monday thoughts and remembrances. Lodge, Tuesday, January Woman Club, urges every

Nevins Company's Fort Pierce .packing house where oranges and liam L. Cray, Jr.,. and Oscar after the 14th day One Mrs. Falver expects to return 26, 7130 P.M. SlI1OI1albor Toard Member to be present

grapefruit are now being packed under the. state's seal of quality I J. Keep, Miami. meeting In the morning am to her home in abput $2.50 plate. I this\ Is a very Important'
the other meeting.
pegram. meeting at night. two weeks. .

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changed as follows The
1965 General Revenue Fund
--- IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF IN THE COUNTY JUDCE'SCOURT January 4th, First Monday in the month at
Warrant 749 1.15
; 2 WAKULLA COUNTY NEW 8 I EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE THE SECOND JUDICIAL IN AND FOR The Board of County Commissioners 8:00 o'clock AM. The First 1955 $ 22.36

CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN WAKULLA COUNTY.. FLORIDA of Wakulla Coun Monday In every month fol-
Thursday January 21 1965 1293 4.00
Amazing new liquid plastic AND FOR WAKULLA tymet this date in Crawford lowing the 14th day at 8:00
coating used on all types of COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.NO. IN PROBATE NO. 281. ville with the following presents o'clock PM. 689 8.50
surfaces 255 98.57
Eliminates interior or exterior. 1293. IN REi Estate of J. D. Turner, Chair- The above dates and hours 213 50.00

waxing when ap- RUDOLPH POOLE man, Willard Carter, Vice- were changed only upon proper '
WAKULLA plied on Asphalt Tile LEWIS STATE BANK, a flo- 119 15.87
Vinyl Strickland
Ralph the
Deceased. Chairman, motion by
Linoleum rida Banking Corporation 377 47.50
Vinyl Asbestos ,
Smith and F. T. Ro- Walker andso
Sam Mr. suggested
COUNTY NEWS Hard Wood, and Furniture. Plaintiff, NOTICE TO CREDITORSAND 1528 4.10
berts, Commissioners, moved that the Clerk sub-
Completely eliminate paintIng -vs- Pearce, Clerk, J. H. Hudson, mit to the Board at the next
Telrphoitf WAlnut '331 when applied to Wood, TED E. PHILLIPS and FRAN- and each of you arc County Attorney, W. R. regular meeting a completelist 1982 66.24

Metal, or Concrete surfaces. CES A. PHILLIPS, his wife, hereby notified and required Taff, Sheriff, and Carmel of all real property own- 1988 13.65
This finish is also to claim and demands 2376 14.36
recom- present .
If Defendants. any Pelt Road Superintendent.The ed the .
mended for boats and auto- which you, or either minutes i of the last Fine & Forfeiture Fund:
motion was carried on
mobiles. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE of have against the Warrant 41453 4.00
you, may and
Virginia Klthtly Edit. meeting were read ap- the motion of Mr. Davis. 1476
estate of RUDOLPH POOLE 4.00
NO COMPETITIONAs proved.Mr. On the motion of Com-
hereby deceased, late of said Coun- of the SRI 1471 4.00
Fred Krinhtlry TuMlahe' these are exclusive form- Notice is given that ty, to the County Judge of McDonald the missioner Young and the second 1472 4.00
ulas the undersigned, Moody in Chipley requested of Commissioner Davis
in demand by all busi- Wakulla County Florida at 1522 9.20
Clerk of the Circuit Board to agree to pay for removal ordered that Mr.
Pearce the Board
Entered at Crawfordville. Florid nesses and 1633
Industry homes. his office in the Court House, of Tal- 6.50
No Court of Wakulla County, and relocation Pelt Road Superintendent,
fee. Minimum Crawfordville Florida 120 6.50
second class matter. Sublll"rip -
a* | lines etc. In
Electric ,
will the 29th quin full
Florida to
investment on day shall have authority 201
$7,000. Investment six ((6)) calendar months this 3.75
tinn rat' $3.00 per year is secured by In- of January, 1965, at 11:00 A. from the date of the first R/W of Bloxham cut off, and advise, recommend and suspend 241 5.00
M. at the front door of the the Board declined to do any and all road em-
ventory. Factory trained publication of this notice. Clerk to so advise 296 91.50
personnel will help set up Wakulla County Courthouseat Each claim or demand must requestedthe ployees not following the orders Total Amount of -
Crawfordville, Florida,offer Mr. McDonald. of the Road Superintendent -
your business.For be in writing and must state Warrants Cancelled
complete details and for sale and sell at public the place of residence and Curtis Mills Road ApprovedThe and that any road employee This AlC 138.45

descriptive literature write outcry to the highest bidder post office address of the County Attorney, Mr. suspended under this Road and Bridge Fund
CHEM-PLASTICS C PAINT for cash, the following des- claimant, and must be sworn Hudson, announced to the order shall have the right to Warrant I 246 61.80

CORP. 1828 Locust, St. cribed property situate in to by the claimant, his agent, Board that right of way and come before the Board at 125 145.46

Louis 3, Mo. Wakulla County, Florida, to- or his attorney, or the same plans for the Curtis Mills the next regular meetingdate 67 10.55
snrO 14tfl23.REGISTRATION wit will become void accordingto Road had been obtained and following such suspen- 226 147.00

= J i ,O. Begin at the southeast corner law. Such creditor or completed and that the State sion, and ask for a hearingon 326 53.47

O OF of that certain tract claimant must at the time Road Department would advertise the matter. AND THAT 551 42.35

FICTITIOUS NAMES of land conveyed to R. of the filing of the same deliver for bids on this roadin THE WORKING HOURS OF 892 24.31
R. McKInnon and Loretta a copy of such claim February 1965. SUCH EMPLOYEES SHALL BE Total Cancelled -

We the undersigned, being T. McKinnon by JohnE. tothe County Judge in compliance The Board approved the AS FOLLOWS: 7:00 o'clockAM This Account $ 484.94
duly sworn, do hereby declare Gray, et ux by: deed with Chapter 61- vouchers before them and directed until 5:00 o'clock PM,
under oath that the dated February 18; 1952 394 Laws of Florida for that warrants be issued with 30 minutes for lunch Commissioner Davis moved
names of all persons interested and recorded on page 233- 1961.This. in payment therefor and time. That employees shall and the Board so ordered that

If You Need. in the business or profes- 234 of Deed Book 41 of 19th day of Novem- there being no further busi- go to work on county time the Clerk write to Mr. George

sion carried on under the the public records of Wa- ber, 1964. nessthe Board was adjournedon and return from work on own Dickinson, of the State Road
OfficeSuppliesllusinesg name of St. Marks Concrete kulla County, Florida, the motion of Commis- time. Department in Chipley and
I si Marion Poole
e Machines Co., at St. Marks, Florida, and run North along the / Poole and sioner Roberts and the secondof County Allowed HolidaysOn request the State Road Department -
a Office Furniture and the extent of the interestof east boundary line of said Charles: Mr. Smith. to make a survey of
Administrators of the motion of Commis-
St or Tall each, isas follows: Name tract the distance of 110 the cost of constructing a
the Estate of RUDOLPH 5 1965 sioner Davis and the secondof
Maples Concrete Products feet to the point of begin- January bridge across the sink of Lost
RANEY WHALEYat Co. Inc. | Extent of Interest ning. From said point of POOLE, deceased. The following named persons Commissioner Walker the Creek.
100%. beginning continue North HUNTER AND HUNTER assembled in the Board following holidays were set The motion of Mr. Young

Ill James N. Maples along the east boundaryof Attorneys for Administrators Room in Crawfordville for for all County employees to set pay of County Road
CAPITAL OFFICE President said tract of land 100 1909 Tyler Street the purpose of organizing a July 4th, Labor Day, Veterans Operator at $300.00 per

EQUIPMENT CO. State of Florida feet, thence run West at Hollywood, Florida Board of County Commissioners Day, Thanksgiving, month was rescinded by Mr. .
and Christmas Eve
and making such appointments Young.
with the east-
right angles
31( South Adams St. County of Wakulla and and New Year.Onthe .
ern boundary line of said attending Commissioner Davis moved
Corner E. Pentacola Sworn and subscribed before -
Help Wanted .uch business as they deemed motion of Mr. Davis the Board
11th land the distance of 80 request the State
TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA me this day of Jan-
Mr. William D. and the second of Mr. Youngthe
: Road let
A.D. 1965. feet, thence run South necessary Department contractfor
uary, parallel with the eastern RESERVE LIFE Walker, Mr. Ralph Strick- Clerk was authorized to clearing, grubbing, grad-

/Moody Pearce boundary line of the above INSURANCE COMPANYOne land, Mr. George Young, proceed with completion of ing and paving, not less than
Clerk Circuit Court mentioned tract of land Mr. Willard Carter, Mr. indexes to Public Records of 20 feet, 5-299, from Curtis

Wakulla County the distance of 100 feet, of Florida's oldest legal John L. Davis. Wakulla County. Mills to Sopchoppy Ceme-

Byt Jphnle llmbaugh thence run East parallel reserve companies specializing The Clerk, Moody Pearce, Bank Balances in the various tery. The motion was car-

Deputy Clerk with the southern boundary hospital, medical, surgical administered the oath of office funds of the County Commissioners r I e d on the second of Mr. line of the above mentioned income protection and to the newly elected in the Lewis State Young.

tract of land 80 a full line of life insurance Commissioners, Mr. Walker, Bank in Tallahassee were as Mr. Strickland moved that

feet to the point of beginning coverage is planning an extensive Mr. Young and Mr. Davis. follows: if any employees be raised

being in Lot 115 expansion program The Clerk then took the General Revenue Fund,$55- that employees be raised.

I FOR Furniture, Complete of Hartsfield Survey of and will recruit a limited chair and asked for nomina- 004.97; Fine and Forfeiture The motion was seconded by

Kitchen Bedroom, Lands in Wakulla County, number of men to completeour tions for a chairman of the Fund, $2,447.82; Road and Mr. Walker.

i Living room, also youth bed Florida. It is the inten- staff. Board. Bridge Fund, $8,638.52.The Commissioner Young moved

and chest. Mrs. Ina Maye tion of the grantors to 1. Applicant must be Mr. Walker moved the Board was adjourned on and Commissioner Strickland
Forbes Miller, Walnut 6- the north 100 feet over nomination of Mr. Carter for the motion of Mr. Stricklandand seconded
convey 21 and under 55 of a plan to reset
years age.
3853 or Walnut 6-3081. of the above mentioned Chairman.Mr. the second of Mr. Young. wages at $1.25 per hour for
2. Must have desireto
tract of land. a burning Strickland moved that Attest Moody Pearce, labor and $1.50 per hour for

pursuant to final decree of earn old $50 a day leads.with our nominations cease, was duly Clerk operators for 10 hours per

LEON) SEPTIC TANK foreclosure entered January day qualified seconded and carried. Approved: Willard Carter, day, or as wages and salaries
12 1965 above 3. $433.34 monthly guaranteed The Clerk called for a vote Chairman of the
SERVICE. in the styl- were as of previous to meet-
HELP WANTED FEMALE: ed case pending in said Court, earnings to those whoqualify on the election of Mr. Car- Board. Ing of January 13th. The a-

1 Clean Out- Interviewer wanted for part- Docket No. 3.1st with a potential: ter and Mr. Carter was un- bove motion was carried.
$800 to $1600 month. Chairmanof
time telephone survey work. Moody Pearce per Motion by CommissionerDavis
RepairNew number and 4. Men selected will be giv- the Board.
phone By: Johnie Limbaugh, and seconded by Com-
Installation office and field Mr. Carter In The Chair
." county. Prefer private line. Deputy Clerk en trainingby missioner Yo ung to requestthe
The Best For Leas Not a selling job. Air mail MOODY PEARCE experienced Company personnel The Chairman called for January 13, 1965 State Road Departmentto

letter including education, Clerk of Circuit Courtof including weekend nominations for Vice-Chalr- The Board of County Com- construct catch basin and

Telephone work experience and names Wakulla County, Florida schooling in points located man. missioners of Wakulla County grate at the end of SR 365 at

Tallahassee 877-177.1: of references to American John D. Buchanan, Jr. of either in Florida or Georgia. Commissioner Strickland met this date in Crawford- Spring Creek and to construct

Her GOO: p.m. Research Bureau, Field Staff MOORE G HENDERSON 5. Automobile necessary. placed the name of Com- ville with the following presents pipe from catch basin to

Department, Beltsville Lewis State Bank BuildingP. 6. Those selected must begin missioner Young in nomina- : IN SPECIAL CALLED creek.S. .

Maryland. O. Box 986 Immediately. tion for Vice-Chairman : SESSION; Willard Carter, B. Forbes Granted Leave

Tallahassee, Florida 7. The men selected at this The nomination was duly seconded Chairman, George Young, Mr. S. B. Forbes was granted

Attorneys for Plaintiff time will, within 30 days, Davisand by Commissioner Vice Chairman, Ralph a leave of absence until
It-1/21. be placed in charge of nearby CommissionerYoung Strickland, William D. Wal- around the first of July 1965

GLARE'SSHOP Dees Barber ShopFOUR branch offices as managers.For Vice-Chairman was unanimously of the elected ker and JohnL. Davis, mem- upon the motion of Commissioner -

confidential interviewfill bers, Moody Pearce, Clerk, Walker.
Board. J. H. Hudson, County Attorney -
out and mail coupon be- There were no other nom- Fire
and Carmel Pelt Road AgreementOn
& POINTS SALESMAN WANTED #zo low. If you feel it necessary, inations for ViceChairman.Mr. Superintendent.The the motion of Commis-
Are you looking for a good you may submit personal resume Donald Tucker placed sioner
chairman called the the Board
full-time Income -
BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 part-time or along with his
coupon. application before the greedto
enter into
meeting order and an
announ- agree-
in Franklin Co. or part *
EARLY AMERICAN Tallahassee? Many Raw- Board -t County Attorneyor ced that the Board was now ment with the Forest, (Florid -
FRENCH PROVINCIAL OPEN TIL leigh Dealers earn $2.50 and Name County Prosecuting At- ready to proceed with the a ) Service whereby the

VICTORIAN 8:00 P.M. FRIDAYS hour. See D. C. St. Address_ torney. matter at hand: Forest Service would furnisha
FURNITURE CradyWhitfield up Thrash, 1422 N. Blvd. Tal- City that Commissioner no Davis be moved After a short discussion Mr. fire truck for use of a Vol-
changes made
Harold RawleighFA Davis moved and Mr. Young unteer Fire Department for
Bales Herschel Cook lahassee, or write State County
I f Phone 385-1222 personnel at this seconded that all labor Panacea said truck and Department
Dee Cook, Owner L 220 26,Memphis, Tenn. time. The motion county -
1901 N. Monroe St. Tel No. was sec-
Sir-12/7.1/7,21,28,2/4. onded be paid $1.25 per hour to be available to
: TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA Age by CommissionerYoung and that time be set at 8 entire county where practical -

carried., andwas unanimously hours per day, operators sal- and that said truck would

Write Personnel DirectorP. ary to be set at $1.50 per be garaged at the Town of
O. Box 10475 that Commissioner Davis moved hour for 8 hours per day. The Panacea.
County property be Road Superintendents The above
Tampa, Florida salary motion was sec-
properly marked and
ltc-1/21. fied. The Identi- be set at $325.00 per month ondedby Commissioner
motion was unanimously and that all Young.
Tallah&mtt UualiMM Finn Janitors salaries
MINUTES OF V'AKULIA Comm.carried Walker.on the second be set at $260.00 per month, The Boardapproved the

the above salary changes vouchers before them and dI-
COUNTY COMMISSION Mr. Walker requested the ,
road crew and janitors to rectedthatwarrants be Issued
21 1964 Clerk to ,
December write to The Florida
DIRECTORYPatornlM become In
January payment therefor, and
, The Board of County Commissioners Development Comm. and 18th, 1965. there being no further busi-
of Wakulla Coun- request that the party responsible
The chairman called for a ness the Board adjourned.
'b+ met this date in Craw- for distribution of bro-
ty vote the
on above
r' Then Adverti era chure motion andit Attest Moody Pearce Clerk
showing a and ,
fordville with the following map was carried
F'L' present J. D. Turner, various scenes of Florida of Mr. Young moved unanimously.the Boardto Approved: Willard Carter,

Chairman, Willard Carter, special Interest to tourists, adjourn and it was so or- Chairman
;. Vice-Chairman, Ralph be withdrawn from circula- dered.
' FRM Little Folks Store, O. I. GRAMLING Strickland, Sam W. Smith, tion for the reason that US Attest
Inc. and F. T. Roberts Commissioners Highway 98, as shown on this Moody Pearce, Clerk
F' "The Capital's Pearce brochure, appears to end at Approved: Willard Carter, THE
Moody ,
Majors for Minors" CO. Carrabelle Chairman
when in
Clerk J. H. Hudson County reality
: Toy,
US 98
through Wa-
Game Hobbit Okw-Stop Service for Attorney, Fred Oliver,
I' Baby, Aooeuorie. Deputy Sheriff, and CarmelPelt ;: kulla County and southerly Regular CHRISTIAnSClfnCf
Flint River Mills 133 Jf. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry Road Superintendent. through the State terminat- Meeting
MIS S. M" n. MInute. of the last meet- ing at West Palm Beach. January 18, 1965

Supplies Ing were read and approved. THE ABOVE REQUEST was The Board of County Com- [

: = Garden ToolsSo. Christmas HolidaysThe 'ordered on the motion of mlssionersofWakulla County
Commissioner Walker.Mr. met this date in Crawford -
SUBER Adam* at S.A.L.R.R. Board agreed to allow Walker requested and vile with the following present mOnITOR
! & JOIINSONSeedaFertilirerBaby Crossing all County employees to moved the Clerk to write to : Willard Carter Chairman
Phone 223-0173 have Christmas Eve as wellas the State Commissioner of George Young Vice-

Chick Christmas at holidays with Agriculture and request quo- Chairman, William D. Wal-

; Ligkt Weight Regular Farm Supplies pay. tations for aerial photos of ker, Ralph Strickland and

.. Concrete ant j Cor. Calnea and Woodward Sta Audit Report Ordered Filed Wakulla County and when John L. Davis, Commissioners Accurate ,

Hanson Wood and Tel. 222.6960BakerAlford The Board on the motion of such photos would be avail- Moody Pearce, Clerk,
w Commissioner Carter order- able in 1965. J. H. Hudson, County Attorney Complete
: Iloel Ind., Inc. ed that the current state audit THE REQUEST WAS SO and Carmel Road Super

r S. Adam St. at 4-Points Capital Stone Co. report covering the offices ORDERED on the second of intendent. News

T.l. 222-6840 P. O. Box 601 of Clerk, Tax Collec- Commissioner Young.IT The minutes of the last
Since 1908 tor, Tax Assessor, County WAS MOVED BY MR. meeting were read and ap-
Judge and Sheriff be filed in WALKER and seconded by proved.On Coverage
BRONZE GRANITt; the Public Records "of the Mr. Young that the Board the motion of Commissioner

County Commissioners. authorize the Chairman, Mr. Walker the Board au-
Ii. Co. MEMORIALS The Board approved the Walker and the County Attorney thorized Mr. Bobby Posey to

Year, Ct.", Workjf AU Typ. vouchenbefore them and directed Mr. Hudson, to makea supervise Installation of septic -
"Tk Parti Hounf that warrants be issuedIn survey of the costs of preparing tank and drain fields at
Inc. Anything for your auto, truck 508 W. Gaines St-Tel. 223-071 : payment therefor. plats Wakulla County Jail and to contact ,

or tractor. Also tor your power Walter F. Buchan, Mgr I There being no further bu- County for tax assessment someone to pump out septic ,
lawnmower and much for your siness coming to the attentionof purposes. tank at County Jail.

L', ,lrCJJIHSlid Bond boat. the Board the same was THE MOTION WAS CAR- On the motion of CommissionerWalker -

1L. 214 S. AUama St-TL 222-4680 I.. 208 N. Adam St. Ph. 222-3380 adjourned on the .motion of RIED. and the secondof I 1
Commissioner Strickland. Board Meeting Days Changed Commissioner Young, the Yw$34I Me.tt.. illee

Attest Moody Pearce : And Hours following ORDERED WARRANTS WERE I .. :...

Approved:J. D. Turner, ON THEMOTIONOFCOM- CANDELLEDi -., ......",: .---
Chairman MISSIONER DAVIS the Board ,.. c

....- :. -- -- .. ,.- .. meeting days_and hours were \ .11 ..." ...... assts .

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R.U PERSONALS Louii C. THURSDAY. January 21, i9'5 I(
FAU. By Sapp !
hEh.rr: '."brJHIJ I.., ., : 1-1 :-i1:f.1I11' and :,
I! Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tucker Mr. Mrs. J. J. Hodge
Tl Fl.-'ida Forest had as their dinner guests and family of Tallahassee and YELLOW JACKETS PUT
Stivicc rf!J:. ..t s t.1.CI FLORID STATE Sunday Miss Leslie Morris and Mrs. Wesley Smith and dau- STING TO PANTHERSThe

follo-iii; rainfall MctrleJ Woiculla. Co Miss Trudy McCollough of ghter, Tina, visited Mrs.
T".ll"r3: tel' tliu U.EC; "J1UU7: : ':'th, t'i"': Tallahassee, and Mr. Sher- Delma Roberts Saturday, two county unbeaten
"r.llISUO;. lr."GS WEDS thru SA I man (Buzzie) Overby, Jr., of January 9. teams, Crawfordville and
Quincy, and Mr. Bob Porterof Sopchoppy played In Craw-
WED thru SAT Crawfordville.Mr. Herbct Dean McKenzie and fordvllle Tuesday night, the
Crwfc-'vi)1, Ttver friends of Tallahassee were Yellow Jacket coming out
n D. R. Holley Jacksonville fishing and hunting in this on top 3932.Despitethebig.
r>'..-] ort T''r ...'( Tony Curtis is visiting daughter area during the weekend. rlvilarythat

Cr'"t:. A 'er3!: .'I"_. Debbie Reynolds Shelley Winters Mrs. George Walker and Mr. exists between the two i I
Pat Boone Robert Taylor"GOODBY Walker of Wakulla Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Mallon of schools, Monday nights encounter -

in in Gulf Terrace,Lanark Village, showed a display of
Fire \" 4 ,'rt Mr. and Mrs. Gillan Hanna were visitors of the L. C. fine sportsmanship by both
Pir' A si: ,10'" J& :uijry! : ,1%;: 0 CHARLIE! A HOUSE IS NOT A HOME of Quincy and Mr. and Mrs. Sapps Monday. Also visiting schools.

Fires rare iirJ-xl 1a,t, \ Ed Cox and Jcffery Lynn of the Sappcwastheir grandson Both the Panthers and the
,,. j'I"r 0 T a llaha sse spentS\U1day Tracy Land, of Panama Yellow Jackets gave a fine
; ; 4':" : "d t'.1 "I. C with Mr. and Mrs. Wooten City, who spent the week- performance defensive

.itre.I' t'mn BSTP: : jyjiv: i'.r*. .eir "0" Smith. endwhile Tracy's parents and ball; at halftime the scoreboard -
PARRY HIGHWAY V CAPITOL DRIVE-IN some friends camped outdoors showed an 11 to 9
OUTDOOR M OM WOCDVItlE HWT.PHIIRS Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Wha- at Mack Lake. score, the C'Ville five lead-
ue: .1.. ley had as their visitors over ing. .
"""'I the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Rey- It might have been a dif-
Jimmy Bailey and Roger Bar- nolds has been spending ferent game had the sharp.
nett from Sylacauga, Ala., sometime in Tallahassee due shooters of the Panthers been
THURS" FRI. I SA )I. also PeNis Whaley and Wil- to the illness of their grandson able to hit as they have in
? rRI I, SA i.I son Davis from Fort Donning, Kenneth Cox, who is in the past. *
Georgia, and Mr. Fred Bail- the Tallahassee Memorial Core and Cook who have .
RIDE THE WILD SURF Sue lyon Richard Burton ey of Newport, and Pat Bail Hospital with pneumonia.Mrs. had standout records before

The NIGHT of the IGUANA ey of Crawfordville.Mr. Monday night's game, wentto
Lola Willis of Tallahassee -
KEYSTo the showers with only 9
THE LIVELY SET also and Mrs. Jimmy Bail- visited Mrs. Leavy points each for the game.
also Shirley MacLaine ey visited Mr. and Mrs. Morris Willis Thursday. Crawfordville missed also at
Jack Lemmon Harre 11 of Panacea and We arc happy to have Basso the free throw line.
LOVE in a GOLDFISH BOWL IRMA LA DOUCE Color Mr. and Mrs. Barney Bailey Hodge back with i us after John David Jones led the
of Crawfordville. spending a few months In the Yellow Jackets in the point
..... Tallahassee Memorial Hospi- total with 16 tallies while
Mr. John Pigott, Sr., of
i Randy Anderson followed
tal. Beno is confined to bed.
Medart, is a patient in the
with a total of 11.
Tallahassee Memorial Hos Mr. Ben Islcr was admittedto The outcome of the game
pital. the Tallahassee Memorial I was in the balance all the
ODMFORJSWITCH..REMODEL. Hospital Monday, January way with the Sopchoppy quintet -
Mr.and Mrs.ChaU1cy Shus-
11. Hope he is improving. pulling away during the
ter left last Monday on a tripto last three minutes.
South Florida. Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Simmons -
-NOTICE- One of the largest gates of
of Sopchoppy and Mr.
The Rev. and Mrs. Jesse the season was reported and
and Mrs. Classford of Gulf
SAT.. MON. AND;rUES. Baker left Monday to attenda an orderly band of spectatorssaw
Terrace Lanark
SPECIALS Village, visited -
REBUILD. funeral in Alturis, Florida. a fine ball game with
.. in Dade City and well controlled officiating.
We arc sorry to report that Gainesville last Thursday.Mrs. .
flameless ELECTRIC HEATINGis SPECIALSHAM : Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bon- Simmons visited her sis- T

yata arc moving to Tallahassee ter, Mrs. Sarah Hardy and
economical ALL WAYS the last of February. Mr. family, and the Barney Re- FORMER LABOR OFFICIAL
easy, : HOCKS 39c Bonyata Is U. S. Forest Ran- vell family of Gainesville. PROBATION PLACED ON S-YEAR

ger. __

No matter what your plans, versatile Miss Sandy Boykin of Tal- "Youth springs eternal in Tallahassee, Fla., Jan. 19-
lahassee visited Mr. and Mrs. of And neveris (Special) United States Dis-
the man.
heating gives you warm comfort Fresh Grade "A" FRYERS 29c; Wooten Smith last Sunday. the jump higher than trict Judge G. Harold Cars-

economically. Heat a single room or a well has placed William E.
--- --- --- ----- -- ----- when outdoorsmen are in
whole house without major alteration.Or volved." Ed Dannelly, An- Buckhalt on five years' probation
PORK CHOPS Ib. end Buckhalt is for
save space, construction and equipmentcosts cuts, 59c "Speed is not necessarily a dalusia ( Ala i Star News. mer financial secretary and

when build remodel. Hereare hallmark of progress, but business agent 61 Local 14,
you or : 'A smart husband is one
easy communication among Bricklayers, Masons and Plas
five key ways to enjoy clean, Peacock FLOUR 5 Ibs. all people certainly is." who thinks twice before saying terers International Union,
59c SebastopolCalif. nothing."-Sally Koch. Tallahassee.
work-saving flameless electric heating. Ernest Joiner,
.) Times. Poynette I iWUc> Press. Judge Carswell.uspended
A- I imposition of sentence and
placed Buckhalt on probationfor
... > ----- -
five years after he had
'. ,. Pal pled guilty to two counts of

ELECTRICHEAT PUMP \' PEANUT BUTTER, 2 Ib jar 69cMaxwell t4 Irb3q violations agement Reporting of the labor-Man-and Dis-

closure Act (LMRDA).
t On compact unit provide Buckhalt pled guilty to one
\ : automatic, central heating HouseCOFFEE count of willfully and know-
f1 and cooling, for tmallm Ifc 79 (" ingly falling to maintain and
: and(I.....new itomne JlQj keep records during 1961-63
.t eldw ones, too -- -----.- in accordance with the LM-
RDA and to another count of
'",". GIANT fDtBANANAS/ 79c willfully and knowingly not
filing reports as required by
the Act during the same
---- .
-- -- ---
111uu1 2 Ibs. 29c The two counts were based'
: :, 0 on an Information presentedby
ELECTRIC: CEILING CABLE ?: U. S. District Attorney
', Clinton shmoro of T a 11 ahassee. -
Healing wires concealed ,in ; .trnMl .
the plaster at ,in an electric Support Your Local Merchants j The Act is administered by
blanket Room thermostats for
the Office of LaborManagement -
temperatures suit" everyone, > ?
I .; .t : X" and Welfare Pension
11 laves heating unused rooms -: .
: Reports, U. S. Departmentof
\ IL Florida favorite for new homes, "' :
1\ A pertuaMve reason for ,+ Shop and Save at. Tampa, Fie.- -Monster Jet Car At State Fair-Craig I reed love'* Labor.
_.__ roplattoring cracked ceilings! "Spirit of America. the first car to break the 500-mllef-per-
::;.. hour barrl.r and return the world land mark to the United
Y PIGOTT'S STORE States, will be a feature attraction at the florid. State Fair
'' :<' auto races. The 1,000 pound monitor which let a two-way
if'' :.MFDARTV record of 526.21 mile per hour at the Bonnevllle Salt Flats'
J ,last October. Is being sent to Tampa by the Goodyear Tire and
) 1' \ > give\ TOP \LUE Stamps Rubber Company and Shell Oil, co-sponsors as a salute to the
I- \"OY.,> ,,,.. Golden Anniversary of IMCA. The car will be displayed on the
race track between races Feb. 4-7-10.
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Mr. Merchant.
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I Weather Speeded up I IA ':> tetoI healthy draining number population Invariably of lunken with reveal a surprising a 4 W Thursday AHULL,A January-21 NBWII, 1965-

The fish are there; they *!Imply ; SOMEONE NAPPV.j
fittdtt'BY smarten up to ordinary ,
lures and methods i
Contrast this situation
-:....-..-.;... ...ra...",.,ANlerlal'WI.,. ....j,d.v. wilderness waters which harbor I GIVE FLOWE.BMI
about the same number offish Quincy -Attention all
EDUCATED FISH per at're. These/ fish re deer hunters.
rr Do nan fish really "win* upHI spond an If lures were going out I Mrs. Marjorie Gregory
) I flxheinieii'! of Htyle They're not any him Cadsden County home dem-
Van c sit get M lot of opinion 1111.! I' than their urban cousinsjust onstration agent, recommends -
-- more -
fluhbabitity that venison
tale l anti ton on a you try
to outfox the angler Even hatchery trout those sa usa g e to use the tougher 'J
And there <'oi>.lclerable evldeiu surviving! the first few hours parts of the deer, such as
'e to mippoit both views: after being dumped from a STOP BY ON YOUR WAY TO T.M.H. AND stew, flank, or lower round. ,j'l,
Generally however, It's conceded truck learn to avoid phony TAKE ALONG YOUR FLORAL GIFT. To make venison sausage,
foods with hidden barbs. In "put
by experts that a base grind the venison with about
despite, Its pea-sized brain hat and take" waters It Is not uncommon half fat pork. The pork is
- : for fish six to
--------r- the discrimination to needed, says Mrs. Gregory,
the wind, fisherman's artificial eight years old to show up in AS WELL AS FRESH ONES.
house never comes in out of the rain or the sun or a catches.Incidentally because venison has a very
early season
it has to be tough to withstand the weather. here, sections of offerjngi.! And, according! to the little fat. Then season venison -
( t li I Indicates
outboard H
violet light heat test folks I at Mercury
undergoing an to taste with
mineral fiber siding are regular sausage -
all proof of "educated" fish I Is fish may suffer from lapse ofmemoiyovei THOSE POINSETTIAS AWAY
In a weatherometcr, This Is one cycle In an accelerated the winter months. TIME TO TAKE seasoning. The venison
materials to the readily available.Take AND REPLACE WITH SPRING FLOWERS.Blanton's .
weather test that subjects exterior building Forgetting: the previous year'i maybe stuffed or left in bulk.
equivalent of many years of actual exposure. within a few weeks waters imbjei, for to InstanceThese heavy. lessons, they are easier to catch If it Is stuffed,. it is often
or months. The lest Is part of the quality control programs many fishing ontaiii pressures the smartest fifth when spring fishing: resumes smoked and can be kept in a
manufacturers conduct. Though worked hard, resultsare You can bet your bait bucket cool, dry place for several
poor, and the common com. that by the time a trout or base weeks.
pan I l i I'e. ""e li e d ."....." Yet graduates into the grandpa rat Flowers Mrs. Crecory says that the
egory lien teamed plenty about delicate wild flavor is enhanced -
fishing and fishermen And by the smoking and
you'll have to do your homework makes it a real treat.
I Realtors Associates Honor LawhonFor well to catch up Phone WA 6.3631 Mrs.\ Gregory's recipe comes
.1 from Mrs. 0. 1.. Adams, of
To de'orate a plain take or Cadsden County, who uses it
His Work As State Chairman : coffeecake for February lioll- Mrs Harold Blanton Owner every season andrecommendsit
days, flint ant out small hearts highly.WE'RE .
01 cherry shapes from cardboard
C L. (Jimmy) Lawhon of I'laie ('lIt-ollla on the Crawfordville, Florida
Lakeland has been honoredfor take In a tleslied pattern, then
his outstanding job as 1964 ';m"p Klfl 0111..tlonel'8 nilgai/ over the
state chairman of the Florida +'.., ( top Carefully lift off uitout-,
Association of Realtors Associates ', .},,.'' r.HONORED design leaving perfect outlines of the
Division. .
The plaque he was given is
the first of its kind given to

a state also chairman.given a certificateof Lawhonwas THE GUN!!
recognition by the State JUMPING

Realtors meet Organization in Orlando.at a recent -

Before becoming state chair.
man, he served two years as
state vice chairman of District On FEB. 4th ALFORD CHEVROLET CO.
10 He is now serving on the ,
state convention committee of

FAR He was named the Associateof 40th Year Of Progress
the Year by the Lakeland Will Reach Its
Board of Realtors for 1962 and
1963 and is now a director of ,," 1
the Lakeland Multiple Listing ,\'f -

Association.Lawhon the Lakeland became an Board associateof of WE THANK YOU for

Realtors upon entering the e
business in 1958. He has servedas
sales manager for the Scott
Kelly Real Estate firm for MAKING THIS POSSIBLE
the past five years Before
entering the field, he was Polk
County X-Ray technician for
nine years.He studied business
administration and real estate
law .at 'Florida Southern College .: ;<(:; I & Go

A native Floridian, he came "
tn Polk County in 1949 from A D
Crawfordville After completing A wAaaA
high school in Crawfordville CA. \M 'i .
he served in the U. S. Navy FOR SERVICE-C. L. (Jlmmf) Ltwhon holds a
during World War II H e now plaque end 1 framed certificate of recognition |iven him for his
lives in Lakeland with his emcee to the Florida Association of Realtors Aieacletei DivitloH.
family. (Ledger Photo ly Harper) Courtesy of Lakeland Ledger.IT'S ALSNTD I
TOM KELLY I. a. ALFOau earalDKNr i5VRr
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