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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 6, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
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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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VOLUMN 66 NUMBER 36 I CRAWFORDYILLE.. FLORIDA 32321 THURSDAY JUT .. 1965 PRICE 10 CENTS PER COPY J :

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1964 ACP FURTHERS HOMECOMING, AT REV. LUTHER R. STOKES 1>
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CONSERVATION EFFORTS ST. MARKSThe RECEIVES APPOINTMENTThe 1

Further progress was made Annual Homecoming o. Rev. Luther R. Stokes, ,
during 1964 In the conservation the St. Marks Baptist Church former pastor of the Crawford-
development of the county'ssoil will be held Sunday, May 9th. ville and Sopchoppy Methodist
water, woodland and wild- Services will atart at 11:()( Churches, announced today that
life resources. J. K. Moore, A. M. followed by dinner or he has been named Asbury Col- ,
Chairman of the County Agri- the ground. In the afternoonthe lege Alumni Secretary, Editor
cultural Stabilization and Con- Big Bend Singers will be of the "Asbury Alumnus", a
servatlonASC( ) Committee reports here to sing. All friends ant publication, and Director of; R f
that 56 county farmers former members are Invited tc Public Relations os Asbury Col- Z
participated in the conservation II worship, fellowship and sing. lege, Wilmore, Kentucky.The .
effort through the Agricultural The Rev. Fred Harrison is Rev. and Mrs. Stokes
Conservation Program (ACP). pastor of the church. Mrs. Bet- and their three children will ,
The ACP, which is adminis- ty Alford is Choir Leader, and move to Kentucky, where he t
tered by the locaW\SC\ Com- Mrs. Lee Shepherd is Assistant will assume his duties on June 1.
mittee, is a conservation part- Choir Leader; Mrs. Fred Ladd, Both he and Mrs. Stokes are
nership through which the Fed- pianist; and Miss Julie Floyd, graduates of the college, whichis
eral Government shares with Assistant Pianist. known throughout the world f'' h
farmers and ranchers the con for its graduates in the field of
of carrying out needed conservation Christian leaders.
practices. Costsharesare MRS. PERMELIA SPEARSMrs. Asbury is a Christian Interdenominational
available under the pro- college in the
gram for up to 50 percent for Permelia Spears, 80, heart of the Blue Crass of Ken- left to right, Willie Pelt and Jerry Pope, receiving
completing approved conservation died at her home here Sunday, tucky. Class 2-C Championship Trophy. Mrs. Eloise Harvey, President of the Wakulla County group, it
measures. The farmers May 2. Funeral service were The Rev. Stokes' duties will shown second from right, after having her_corsage pinned on by

and ranchers participating in held at 3:00 P.M. Tuesday in include representing the college -,....... Leon County President Mrs. Alice Simpson.
the program must bear the remainder Whiddon Lake Baptist Church at Annual Conferences, Camp Mrs. Harvey was elected to represent the Wakulla County group.r' .

of the cost usually with the Revs. Henry Cookseyand Meetings, Churches and High
well in excess of 50 percent. May Stanaland officiating.Mrs. Schools from coast to coast.
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These cost-sharing funds are Spears was a member of He will also be responsiblefor ,
authorized by Congress in recognition Lake Ellen Baptist Church and scheduling the annual tour iI' ,,-

that soil, water, and lived in Wakulla County her of the Asbury College Glee la *
related resources are vital to entire life.Surviving. Club, one of the most famous ..
the health and well-being of are foot sons, Willie groups of singers in the nation.
every citizen, according to Mr. Albert, Andrew and F. T. Mr. Stokes will remain a
Moore. This investment helps all of Wakulla County; a dau- member of the Florida Confer- I
assure the wise use and ade- ghter, Mrs. Rose Mathers of ence. :
quate protection of the nation's Wakulla; two brothers, Aaron The Rev. Mr. Stokes came ( ) A'
farmlands for this and future and Mose, both of W a k u 11 a ; to Wakulla County In 1955 as '

generations. three sisters, Mrs. Maude Lin- pastor of the Crawfordville and i
Cost-shares earned by the zy and Mrs. Nellie Core, bothof Sopchoppy churches. During
participating farmers and Wakulla, and Mrs. Lucy Eu- his stay in the county he saw a ,
ranchers in the county in 1964 banks of Lake City; 12 grandchildren new church built in Sopchoppyand : .-
totaled $12,905.00. Some of ; and 20 great-grand- finished the church in r t
the major accomplishments children. Crawfordville and an annex. "
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underthe program were the establishment Pallbearers were Lee Nell He has served as pastor of the """ .
of 172 acres of per- Spears, Willie Jack Spears, Methodist Church in Monticello -
manent vegetative cover for Jimmy Spears, L. C. Spears, for the past 2-1/2 years. A
erosion control and land use adJustment Flavey Mathers and Gale Ma- new parsonage was completedlast .,r -....
; the establishment of, thers. Burial was in Whiddon year in Monticello.In Ernie Gentry finished 3rd in 440 Dash. "l. Jk :. .
120 acres of vegetative coverin Lake Cemetery.Funeral addition to his duties at the I
crop rotation systems; the services were con- college,- the Rev. Mr. Stokes COFFEE TO HONOR REV. I
treatment 755 acres of farmland ducted by the J. A. CdleyC will hgve an opportunity to 6 HR$ UTl'ER;! STOrES CMWFOROWLE TRACK ATTEND BANQUET-Reading from left to right, front row Wil-
with liming materials to Sons Funeral Home. conduct revivals all over the TEAM, PREPARESFOR lie Mae Porter, Delma Roberts, Bessie Revella, Nellie Lambert,
permit the growth of legumesand nation, a phase religious A coffee will be given Satur- Back row Carolyn Nazworth, Eloise Harvey, Willie Lee Renolds
grasses for soil Improvement work that has always been closeto day afternoon, May 15th, two STATE FINALSAt Edith Ciddens, Rossie Wildern, Ella Jones.
and protection; the estab- 4m 9TH GRADE NEWS his heart.NOTICE to five o'clock, at the Craw- a Track Meet on A",ril 30 Allten members of the Wakulla County School Food Service As.
lishment of 629 acres in farm fords I lie Woman's Club, honorIng against Wewahitchka and Car- I sociation were present at the annual banquet held April 13th at
forest; the improvement of 328 By Sherry Pope the Rev. and Mrs. LutherR. rabelle High Schools, the Craw- i Florida State University.
acres of vegetative cover for The 9-B Class went to Silver TO FARMERS Stokes and family.Rev. fordville Track Team, while I
soil protection; and the estab- Lake in Tallahassee on Satur- Stokes is former pastorof winning the Meet, qualified 12
lishment of 267 acres of sum day, May 1, 1965. The class County ASC Office Manager, the Crawfordville and Sop- of their 16 team members for -
mer and winter cover crops for thoroughly enjoyed it. We were Richard L. Gowdy, announced choppy Methodist Ch the Florida State Class "C" Finals 1rr
improving soil and protect- accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. 'today that for the nexttwc He and his family lived in s'l to be held in Gainesville I ,
ing it from wind and water era Martin. months, May and June, he will choppy from 1955 til! 1964. tomorrow, starting at 9:45 AM.
sion. Inthe Panther Growl", school be doing compliance work. He Rev. Stokes will report to As- The team has beep in training <
The county committee chair- newspaper, which came out on said that during this time the bury College, Wilmore, Ken- since January 4th in- prepara- ,; .. '
man stated that the 1965 ACP, April 30, Mr. Martin was nam- ASC office will be closed most tucky, June 1 of this year as tion for a maximum effort at '
which is well under way, con- ed Teacher of the Month. of the time. He advises that if Alumnae Secretary and Director these State Finals. '
tains essentially the same conservation Mr. Martin in charge of the you can to call the office if of Public Relations.All This year for the first time,
practices as the 1964 9-B Class at Crawfordville High you wish to see him before of the friends of Rev. and Class Schools will be separated | J -
program. To date 44 farmersand School. making a trip into the office. Mrs. Stokes are invited to dropin from competing with 1
ranchers in the county have He said that the office wouldbe and see them before they Class "B" Schools, and there- Ir t i
requested cost-shares for tarrying open all day on Fridays for leave for their new home. fore, it is almost impossible tot|
out approved practices this CARD OF THANKSThe anyone wishing to contact him. establish who the pre-Meet favorites -
year. Although funds are limited Mr. Gowdy said that he wouldbe will be. Crawfordvillecould ( '. -

farmers with conserva- family of P. G. Kelly getting I in touch with all BILL G. STRICKLAND possibly finish in the top i I ,,"o ; ..i". _:
tion problems on their lands are wishes to thank their friends and farmers and make arrangements 10 bracket, a fete only accom- J \o. .C "'"..t- ,
urged to discuss them with the neighbors for their many kind with them to be home or have Graveside services for Bill G. plished by a school of its size '. -w. o'.7 ''"t.
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personnel at the ASCS county deeds shown us during the sick- someone there to assist him In Strickland, 47, of Ben Haden once in the past 5 years, name- :> I, .r-" '''' .. _' '......"""."" -,..
office. Every request for assistance ness and death of our loved one. measuring the crops to be Community in Wakulla County, ly Bristol High, who finished6th .. .
will re eel l ive careful measured when he arrives. who died Friday, were heldat in 1963. 'or *- .I
consideration by the county Mrs. P. C. Kelly 3:30: P. M. Sunday in the New Crawfordvillehaaparticipated r o ...... ..

committee. Light Cemetery with the Rev. in two triangle track meets this Hoppy Strickland sets new school record at height 5 ft. Inches.
Failure to understand another Allen Norris officiating. year, winning handily in both
country's' Intentions can cause Strickland wasa carpenter anda and taking the Group 2C Tro
Mud-spattered headlights and war. Failure to understand another veteran of World War II, serving phy. The Panthers failed to
When two dreaming drivers windshields can dangerously driver's Intentions can in the European Theatre.He qualify members in only 2 of
meet the result may be a nightmare reduce driving vision. Check cause' an accident. Don't forget is survived by his wife, the slated 15 events of the State r
Stay alert behind the wheel. your windshield wipers and [ to signal and to watch Mrs. Jewell Strickland of Wa- Finals. j

clean your lights frequently. for the signals of others when kulla County ; three brothers, Crawfordville qualifiers for
It will help; you'll see you drive Paul Strickland, Otha Strick- these finals by event are

land and Robert Strickland, all Shot Put, Jerry Sheldon; Broad
I Spring Comes To of Wakulla County; and a sister Jump, Jerry Sheldon and Don
Japan .1 : Mrs. Alzada Morris of Tal- Currie ) High Jump, Hoppy 11 .
lahassee.J. Strickland; 100-yard Dash, Jerry 1 1 f ry '
A. Culley and Sons was Ir Sheldon and Don Currie; e
charge of arrangements. 220-yard Dash, Jerry Sheldon sr

... r. and Clint Nazworth; 440yardDash
Don Curriej; Half Mile
JOHN L. PARKER
.. Run, Henry Lambert; Mile Run,
,- Funeral services for John L. Jerry Pope; 120-yard Hurdles, ..r.-?" -- 4-
Willie Pelt Low Hur-
,. .s., Parker 31, who died Friday ; 180-yard -
from self-inflicted dles, Hoppy Strickland; Sprint
Y 1 an apparent Medley Relay, Don Currie,
gunshot wound, were held at
Strickland Lof-
2i30 P. :-.01. Monday in the Hay- Hoppy Tommy
tin and Larry Strickland Half
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den Road Assembly of God
Church. Mile Relay, Clint Nazworth,

The Re\and. Bernard burial followed Browne officiated in- land Tommy, and loftin Jerry,Sheldon Larry Strick-; Mil! Jerry Sheldon jump 19 ft. 1 Inch, for new school record

Mike Harrell, John Taylor -
Relay,
Roselawn Mr. Par-
Cemetery.
Alan Loftln and Jerry Pope.
ker lived :m Tallahassee all his
life. Manager for the meet will be
Don Taylor, and coaches will
Surv are his Mr.
mg parents,
be Mr. Bob Martin and Mr.
and Mrs W. A. Parker, and
Ibach.
thru sisters, Mrs. Woodrow Jack
John Harrell and Ernie Gentry
Snell oi Tallahassee Mrs.
Ralph fc. Pigott of Sopchoppy, will travel for with the the team as alternates &#@&e&:;
and Mrs. W. M. Greene of relays.

Lakeland The )J. ,\. Cully C Sons Fun- :; 1 j' ,-6 .

era 1 I Home was in charge of ar
rangements. 1' 1Jll t
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NOTICEThe May 21st at the Live Stock .. t. -.
Pavilion starting at 6:00 P. M. '
iit Florida Methodist College sponsored by the Crawfordville .
Choir will present a program Rangers Soft Ball Team. Pro- y. ;, ..
of musicattheMonticello ceeds to go to equip the ball "..; .> .
The Garden of Shinjuku G/oen affords a serene oasis in the heart of bustling Tokyo foi Method 1St Church Tuesday team. .;\

countless numbers of her citizens and visitors. The far-famed Japanese cherry blossoms night, May 11th, at Zs30 P.M. Everyone if Invited. .. ,
are in full bloom early in April, adding to the visual enjoyment of the park. The Prime The public is invited to attend Plates, $1.00. .. ho'tQ ..(' :..-: r
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Minister of Japan is traditionally the host to the foreign diplomatic corps in Tokyo and this program. ; -- -- --

Japanese dignitaries for a cherry blossom-viewing party here. Don Curry Jumps 18 ft.. 8-1/2 ladies, for second place.




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WAXtI ... *TTY NEW Circuit Court of the
2 MINUTES OF THE ftAKlLLACOINTY In the

I THURSDAY, May 0. lies I COMMISSION Second J Judicial I Circuit of HEALTH Mothers Invites all hit
the State of Florida, In and Grady customersand

April 19, 1965 I For Wakulla Count)'.
"r Board of County Commissioners ,t-
Mid-State Homes Incorpr
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WAKULLA -
.. of Wakulla County met TOPICS

COUNTY NEWS I tins. date lollowing in Crawfordville present Willard, with ed, a Florida. corporation Plaintiff, ; IA \I\ friends to visit him In his new

vs.Henry
Carter, Chairman, William D.
Tel.ph... WAInm. '1301 Walker Ralph Strickland L. Crawford, Jr., and ServIce of Your Doctor of MedIcIne location.DEES .
I his wife Your Local Unlical Society. and the
Annie R. Crawford, ,
HELP WANTED George Young, ViceChairman Florida Medical AMociation
John L. Davis, Moody Defendants.
MALE OR FEMALE DECLINE OF
SOCIAL
Man or woman wanted to Pearce, Clerk, W. R. Taff, NOTICE TO DEFENDIn
Virginia Kdchtler ,.. EdIUr Rawlelgh products to con-supply Sheriff, J. H. Hudson, County the Name of the State of THE TOOTHPICK
Carmel Pelt Road Toothbrushes grow on tree
,
Attorney,
-- Florida
urn e rs In Franklin County or At I least they did in earlier BARBER SHOP
Fred K.hthtifoY 'PabllsherEntered Taylor County Good time to Superintendent.The HENRY: L. broken
minutes of the last meet- TOt DEFENDANTS, times, when twigs were 4 Points
start. No capital required. See, CRAWFORD, JR., and ANNIE from certain trees and chewedas
at Crawfordvllle, Florida D. C. Thrash, 1422 N. Blvd. ing Commissioner were read and Walker approved.moved R. CRAWFORD his wife a naturally hygienic method WE GIVE S J t; H GREEN STAMPS
Tallahassee or write Rawlelgh if the of cleaning teeth Toothpick
unknown
M wfonit clan matter. Subnorip whose address is ,
that the Road List
FA D 220 815, Memphis, Tenn. Secondary above named natural persons were similarly produced, and
tin fa". MOOperyemr:. -4/8.22.29.S/6.20.27.. b<3 amended so as to divide be alive and if splinters of aromatic wood gavea
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secondary road projects so as respectively, pleasant odor to the !breath 1
ally County Commissioner Dis- the above named natural per- Long before the Christianera
respectively, be dead, their had the utilitarian NOTICESPECIALS
tricts would receive some new toothpicks
FOR SALE road respective unknown heirs, devisees purpose of providing means I I
House
: Inquire paving. i::
at Harvey's Store Phone The motion died for lack of a grantees creditors or all of relict from annoying, pressurecaused FRU SAT, MON. AND TUES
WA6-3444. Crawfordvllle second. other parties or persons claim- by food between the I
Ing by, through, wIder or a- teeth. There came a time when
Commissioner Walker moved
I, that the Board authorize the gainst them respectively, and the toothpicks extreme were fahioned ornamental of goldor in

FOR SALE One two bedroom Clerk to cause to be advertised all persons or parties having or silver and studded with pre- MAXWELL HOUSE
cwt frame house In Crawford- a copy of the secondary road claiming to have any right, titleor cious gems. Men wore tooth- 79C
J interest in an l' lie follow- in their hats and women I
vllle contact RichardL. list as approved by the State picks
o Gowdy or phone WA6- Road Department to be com- ing described land, lying and carried them in their hair as

3571 between 8.00AM: & 5:00 pleted through the 1966 fiscal being in Wakulla County, Flo- pins. Subsequently, gentlemen
I PM or call Tallahassee rida, towitsCommence carried fancy toothpicks in their COFFEE

877-3374 after 5:00: PM year.Lake Ellen Terrace Plat at ., }point on the their waistcoat watchchams pockets attached to LB. CAN

Northboundary of a public road .
AcceptedOn In the 18th Century the bris-

- the motion of CommissionerStricklandandthc located 2160.75' South and tie toothbrush appeared as a lb. 29c
secondof 1587.5'' West of the Northeast companion to the chewstick, FRYERS, grade "A", .
If You Need. corner of Section 18, 1 Township sponge, cloth or other device for
FOR SALLi Several lots Commissioner Young the ; : :
nice 3 South, Range 1 West, Wakulla cleaning' the teeth The bristle
Office-Supplies! in Panacea. CHEAP. Contact Board accepted the plat of Lake County, Florida and run toothbrush was not eagerly accepted T-BONE STEAK, lb. 69c
o Husintfts Machines Mrs P. C. Kelly, Panacea Ellen Terrace as presented. thence North0051'' West 105.0' by the general public

S Office Furniture Y.U. 4-2591 SR299 Cattle Gaps to the point of beginning. From There was a preference as to HAM Center Slices . 89c I
of bristles
the
5/6 On the motion of Commissioner said of continue usage : tough
see or Call point beginning
bristles for men, soft for women.
Young the Board requestedthe North 00 51 West 105.0', Today, as we all know the AJ Quick GRITS lb. 9 i
RANEY WHALEYat State Road Dept. to con- thence South SrSO' West toothbrush is in every home, or ,
struct cattle gaps at both ends 210.0', thence South 00 51' should be, and teeth are brushed
NOTICEs To all of P. C. Kel- of SR299, or where present East 105.0, thence North 87- twice or more daily or should Spring Farm Evap. MILK, 3 for 39c
CAPITAL OFFICE ley's customers: I still have his cattle gaps are now located. 30' East 210.0' to the point of be. ,
EQUIPMENT CO. Septic Tank Truck In Opera- The motion carried with the beginning, contain? 1/2 acre \t to the toothpick its usage

319 South Ad.nu St. tion. If you need any work chairman voting yea, and Mr. I more or less. The above des- I is no. but longer its popularity a mark of remains distinction BANANAS . . 2 Ibs. 25c

Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE done, contact Davis and Mr. Walker voting cribed property- being- the North considerable.

FLORIDA Mrs. P. G. Kelly NO.Motion 1/2 of that certain parcel of BISCUITS I IIOM -MAID: 3 for 25c
Y. U. 4-2591 by Commissioner Wal- land conveyed to Mattie Craw- LONELINESS IN VARIOUS
Panacea, Fla. ker that ford from H. L. Crawford and
FORMS
5/6 Commissioners Davis and Wal- Fannie Crawford, his wife, by TISSUE 3 ROLLS 29tf
Loneliness in various TOILET
kerwere the comes WALDORF
voting against mo- deed dated 6/21/60 and recorded -
forms. There is the obvious
LEON; SEPTIC TANK tion for the reason that cattle ; in Deed Book 57, page 201,
loneliness of being alone with
SERVICE: on this road would obstruct Wakulla florida.
REAL ESTATE gaps County, out others around. There is also KODAK FILM ,
: the right of way of same and ROADWAY EASEMENT the loneliness in public life, WE NOW HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF
"* Clean Otit- would not be approved by the called sometimes the loneliness
Homes Acreage Begin at a point on the North AND ALSO DEVELOPING SERVICE AVAILABLEWE I
State Road Department.The of command, which ha, licen
RepairNew of road located
boundary a public -
Waterfront lots motion failed with the I suffered by more than one
Installation 2160.75' South and1587.S'
Chairman Mr. Strickland and 1'resident, I
The Best For Less! HENRY WILLIAMS Mr. Young voting No. Naye West of the Northeast Psychiatrist claim loneliness NOW HAVE A FULL LINE OF
corner of Section 18, Township is one of the least understood
REALTY BROKER voters that
stating the cattle 3 South, Range 1 West, Wakul- and least satisfactorily concep-
TelephoneTallahassee Phone 741 P. O. Box 275 gapwould not close the right of la County, Florid i and run tuali/rd psychological! phenomena BULK SEED d FERTILIZER

877-1773 St. Marks, Florida way. thence South 8730' West along with which they are confronted -

.after 6 :00 pm Sidewalks in St. Marks 00051'said Road 15.0', thence North thrl.eof. Some intense individuals feeling in the of SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVE

Commissioner Walker moved West 105.0'thenceNorth loneliness cat not or will not
LEGAL :NOTICESIn that sidewalks be included in St. 87X30"" East 15.0', thence talk about it. This may be due ;

Dees Barber Shop the Court ot the County Marks and to be placed with South 00 511 East 105.0' to the to a fear of emotionally painful FISHING SUPPLIES &

Judge Wakulla County, other projects in No. 2 positionof point of beginning, The above effect of confessing: an awareness

Florida. In Probate.IN Secondary Road List, #1 item being the East 15' of the South also be of the being lonely, There shay EARTHWORMS I
hopeless feeling that Ii
1965-66 Work Schedule.The 1/2 as of that certain parcelof
FOUR POINTS REt Estate ofLuretta land nothing can be done about it. i
to Mattie
motion died for lack of conveyed
a oncluifs-I is felt in different i
E. Patterson
Crawford from H. L. Crawford
BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00) Deceased.To second. ways and in different situation. STORE
and Fannie Crawford his wife PIGOTT'S
Mr. Carter relinquished the Some persons are not acutely .
OPEN TIL All Creditors and Persons chair to Mr. YoimgtMr. by deed dated June 21, 1C>00 and aware that they are sometime :M FT)ART
8.00P.M. FRIDAYS Having Claims or Demands Carter moved that the recorded In Deed Book 57, page lonely whit others suffer a -
Against Said Estate sidewalk in St. Marks be addedto 201, Wakulla Comity, Florida poignant ache for association,
Youand each of here- the On before the 17 of participation, or objective Lone-
you are Secopdary Road List and or day PLAID STAMPS
liness comes to children. WE NOW GIVE
GRADY WHITFIELD by notified and required to pre- included in the No. 1 position May, A. D. 1965, the defend- ularly those who feel neglectedor partic-

sent any claims and demands (includes several other projects) ants, Henry L. Crawford, Jr., unloved, and to the teenager,

HAROLD BALES-CRADY MOTHERS! which you, or either of you, The motion carried with Mr. and Annie R. Crawford, his especially those who do not mix t'.' / ,__, I w., : '. ':i... : I :t.!., f "
may have against the estate of Walker voting No. wife, and all others having or well with others.
DEE COOK, OwnerWE Luretta E. Patterson, deceased, Mr. Walker stated that he vot- claiming to have any right, title People strive to relieve their
GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS late of sa id County, to die ed against for the reason that or interest in the property loneliness in different wav-, FLORIDA STATE

County Judge of Wakulla County this would put the secondary herein described, are requiredto often with compulsive actions I
Many
Florida, at his office in the program too far off from actual serve upon Mr. Julian Ben- and a family urgently, seek clubs marriage in I WEDNESDAY THRU SAT
court house of said County at construction. nett of Logue and Bennett, for join go WEDNESDAY THRU SAT.
sports or partying, travel I,
CLARE'SHir Crawfordville, Florida, withinsix Commissioner Strickland Plaintiff's attorneys, whose address indulge in spectator activity
calendar months from the moved that the Board adopt a is 303 Magnolia Avenue, seek the solace rf religion Basically I I

time of the first publication of resolution agreeing to constructand Panama City, Florida, a copy loneliness appears to be
this notice. Two copies of each maintain streets as laid out of, and file with the Clerk of the need for personal intimacy
> > SHOP claim or demand shall be in in Wakulla River Estates Sub- this Court, the original of, an which !includes companionship Presley In Anthony Perkins Henry Hull
writing i and shall state the division. The motion was Seconded answer to the complaint i for place in society, and physical

II place of residence and post office by Commissioner Youngand Mortgage foreclosure filed against known contact in. Certainly some form loneliness to is GIRL HAPPY THE FOOL KILLERElvis
EARLY AMERICAN address of the claimant, carried. the above named defend- everyone I

FRENCH PROVINCIAL and shall be sworn to by the The Board approved the vouchers ants said mortgage executed by

VICTORIAN claimant, his agent, or attor- before them and directed defendants, Henry L. Crawford,

FURNITURE! ney and accompanied by a filIng that warrants be issued in pay- Jr., and Annie R. Crawford, I
fee of one dollar and such ment therefor. his wife, to the Plaintiff, encumbering -
during the
Phone 385-1222 claim or demand not so filed There being no further busi- the above described Careless playing
of canleep
Spring
first fine days
shall be void. ness coming to the attention of property located in Wakulla
1901 N. Monroe St. In hospital bed
child a
a PERRY
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA Dave Patterson, As Admin- the Board, the Board was adJourned County, Florida; said mortgageis all summer Teach your childrento HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN
istrator Cum Testamento on the motion of Com- recorded in Deed Book 57, before enteringthe OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE HWY.
look both ways
Annexe the Estate of Lu- missioner Strickland. page 201, public records of Wa- street -r -1

retta deceased.E. Patterson, Approved Willard Chairman Carter kulla WITNESS County my, Florida.hand and seal of . . THURS. FRI. SAT. THURS FRI. SAT.

said Court at Wakulla On the railroad tracks v m
4t-5/6.13.20.27. 1965. Attest: Moody Pearce, Count
Crawfordville Florida st with car there maybe
Clerk cross your NEVER PUT IT IN WRITING
day of March, A.D. 1965. just a pain or two each day i

Tallahassee Buslncm Firms Moody Pearce Don't think this gives vou the and Jock Mahoney Margie Dean :

Clerk of the Circuit Court green ItcH to be careless The I'D RATHER 1 MORO WITCH DOCTOR I \
BE
By.1 Moody Pearce Florida highway\ Patrol reminds RICH

t-4/lS.22.29.S/6.. that one train and vour car Frl. -Sat. Bonus Feature at I and I I

DIRECTORYPitornlM is all it takes for a highway Hi2S P. M. Debbie Reynolds -


tragtdv. . BYE BYE BIRDIE UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN

These AdvtrtlMn

I II J
l
Another one for Mom and Dado ... I k-
doubt you'll be pressured ; '* I

F R M soon to approve purchase of acar :

raw Little Folks Store, O. I. GRAMLING by your high school student

FEEDSFlnt "Th Capital'Inc. child. Here are some interesting
J Majon for Minors" & CO. figures as a guide: A study in
Cnudrtni fun\tur, Toy, one school showed that no strIght Jke need 7hinj i
Genus Hobbies One-Stop Service for "A" student owned a car
w River Mills Baby Aemiiontt. FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry 15 percent of the "B" students
1011 S. 110...... 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-114 of "C"
.
ph. 223 0274Lifkt --.. '--'.'--- _. owned cars; 41 percent
: Supplies students owned cars; 71 percentof

Garden ToolsSo. "D" students owned cars and come from
83 percent of falling students .
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Adam* at SA.LR.R.Crossing I owned cars.Dimming .

Baker-Alford Co.Anything .
I OITM Pare. How." Phone 223.0173 your headlights Is a
t
': for your auto, truck matter of courtesy.,both to the MAE'SDon't
Wngkt o4 RtgularCim0r or tractor. Mao for your power driver you are meeting and the SHOP
.l, plotki .J "boat.wnmowar, and much for your driver you are following.and

Hanson, Wood and ?08 N Adami% St. .Ph.222438( this applies on divided high I II
Hoel Ind. Inc.ii's. ways as well as on the regular
.
Ii Adtms St. at 4-PolnU Capital Stone Co. two-lane roads, your Florida Forget MOTHER I
Highway Patrol reminds.
T.L 222-5840 P. O. Box lilt 1 Sine. 1908 i
a a a a a e. e
: MARBLE '. GRANITE Succumbing to spring feverIs On Her
-- BRONZE Day This
I'V --- fine when you're sitting under ,

MEMORIALS a tree. When you're behind a

Ce... steering wheel it can be final.
Work All Sunday
I f .
ea r, f p must stay May 9th
r :,' SOS W. Gains St-Tel, 223-0711 When you drive you ,

pr Inc. Walter r. BucUn, M jr. i alert
i. e a a a a a a a a
"Only If You Care Enough"

c ;l--.1Id Roads Smart motorists slow down when

e tit 8. Adam: St.-T.l. J2J-4880 passing children at play Even
if an accident were a child's Plenty Free .
Parking In '
fault you'd never forgive your Rear of Store

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ThU1T Maria S. Wieter; 19 15 3.47
THE lot Elk k
FOLLOWING
DESCRIBED
AS WILL BE NECESSARY lAND OR SO MUCH THEREOF,
3.47
TO PAY THE Mrs. Mack Smith Lot 60 Elk 15
J.
AMOUNT DUE FOR TAXES FOR 1964
TO SAME, TOGETHER HEREIN SET OPPOSITE 3.47 [
WITH
THE Clifton E. Cushman 1 16
COST OF lot Elk
PUBLIC AUCTION SUCH SALE AND ADVERTISING WILL BE SOlD AT I
CLOCK NOON AT TUESDAY THE THE 1ST DAY OF JUNE, A.D. i96S. AT THE HOUR OF 12:00 O'- M. Tracy Lot: 19 Blk 15 3.47 3.47 I
COURl1fOUSE Raleigh W. Morrison Lot 1781k 17
DOOR IN THE
FORDVILLE COUNTY'OFWAKUUA CITY OF CRAW- (
STATE
OF 3.47
FLORIDA. John G Elizabeth Gilbert Lot: 21 BUt 17

Franklin ThlD'man C T Beck lot 24 Elk 17 3.47
JAMES M. CWIN, TAX COLLECTOR Oliver l. C Louise Tudor lot 26 Elk 17 3.47

NAME AMOUNT Charles Richard Bays Lot 47 Elk 18 3.47
DESCRIPTION ACRES DUE Lottie Kitchen Lot: 75 BUt 18 3.47

Clifford L. C Eloise Kelly 1/21c. in the above JosefR.. Bennett Lot 22 Elk 19 3.47A.
description In Sec. 202S IE 1/2 $ 32.90
Kenneth E. Thomas N-1/2 or SW-1/4, of Sec. 30 2S IE 80 15.83 Keel, Jr. lot 8 Blk 20 3.47
Kenneth Eo Thomas N-1/2 of NE-1/4 of Sec. 32 and the N-l/Z of James C Bertha Wilson lot 30 BUt 20 3.41

NW-l/4 of Sec. 32 ZS IE 160 31.46 HoWs C IdeU Hughes Lot 43 Elk 20 3.47
Effie Smith Prairie Brooks Lot 44 BUt 20 3.47 "
As
Per
DB 7
P.74 in Sec. 3 3S lW
1 1.62 3.47
Isaiah Thomas Anselm F. Stenberg lot 58 BUt 20
West 15 seven of N-l/2 of S-1/2 of NW-1/4 of Catherine C Garland Huffman lot 66 Elk 20 3.47 I

Blanche R. Sanders Sec. 15 35 lW IS 5.09 D. l. Thomas, Jr. Lot: 15 Elk 21 3.47
E-l/2 of S acres in NW-1/4 of NW-1/4 of Sec. Melvin 1. UCkert Lot 71 Blk 21 3.47

Beatrice L. Fiechtner 18 3S lW 2-1/2 3.55 Jack Dunn lot 75 Blk 21 3.47

1/2 acre of 18lying in N-1/2 of 5E-1/4 of Newman Lot 3 Elk 22 3.47,

Mid-State Investment NE-l/4, Sec. ,W 1/2 63.80 Evelyn Breedin Lot: 7 BUt 22 3.47

Raymond C. Martin Lots 39 and 40 Elk 22 5.94Abe
Corp. As per DB 55 P-51 in Sec. 19 3S lW 1/2 16.45 R. Dejager lot 59 BUt 22 3.47
Ott and Susie Carraway DB 57 P-8 in Sec. 2135 lW 1 2.55 Esther r. Yaroerry Lot 14 Elk 23 3.47

Eddie Hughes Commencing at SE comer of NW-1/4 of lot Terry Glenn Camp Lot 17 BUt 23 3.47

7 Hartsfield Survey 7-1/2 5.09 Howard E. Carpentar Lot 26 BUt 23 3.47
Unknown In 5E corner of S-I/2 of S-1/2 of NW-1/4 of William F. Miller Lot 29 Elk 23 3.47

Lot 23 Hartsfield Survey 4 2.93 Jean P. Brewer lot 48 Elk 23 3.47W.
Noah P. Harvey BD 60 P-391 in lot 24 Hartsfield 3.47
Survey 1/4 10.27 D. Ellis Lot 54 Elk 23
Jay Sal Development Co. DB 53 P-235 in lot 36 Hartsfield Survey 60 12.12 Caren Moletech Lot 2 Elk 24 3.47

Ben Stoutamire Lots 5, 6, 7. 8, 9, 10, 11, 30 to 36 Incl. Lyle Williams lot 20 BUt 24 3.47

unrecorded subd. of lot 41 and 42 Hartsfield Stella M. Comer Lot 34 BUt 24 3.47

Survey Robert W. C Mae Towler Lot 38 Elk 24 3.47J.
A. 1. Brown DB 55 P-35 in Lot 43 Hartsfield Survey 2 22,55, P. Booth Lot 41 BIk 24 3.47

Hem of A. 1. Tully In W-l/2 of NW-1/4 of lot 76 less 2/6 Charles J. C Anna Schneider lots 31 and 32 Elk 25 5.94Daniel

interest Hartsfie Survey 30 8. 18 Pope, Jr., lot 33 Elk 25 3.47
Hem of Wiley Sanders An undivided 1/11 interest in aU except 200 George M. Johston, Jr. Lot 42 Elk 25 3.47

acres of Lot 82 Hartsfield Survey 14 6/11 6.09 Sherry f. Blair Lot 55 Elk 25 3.47
Malcolm and LalD'a Eo 25 3.47
Randolph Broache Lot 73 Elk
Harper DB 39 P-592, 1 acre mIl in Lot 92 Jerry Digirolamo Lot 9 Elk 26 3.47

Hartsfield Survey 1/2 8. 18 Randolph l. Broache Lot: 42 BIk 26 3.47
Roy and Willie Mae Vernon and May Carter lot 52 Elk 26 3.47

Simmons 6 acres in NW corner of lot 102 Serge English C Howard Baker lot is Elk 26 3.47

Haltsfield Survey 6 3.55 George Lilly Lot SO Elk 5 Unit II 3.47
North Shore Bank of Mrs. J. Hubert Griffin lot 17 Elk 9 Unit II 3.47

Miami DB 49 P-192, aU of Lot 104 Hartsfield Survey 360 94.70 GARDENS
North Shore Bank DB 49 P-192, lots 114 and 115 of HS less land MAGNOLIA

sold, containing 640 acres (Ws included Katie C Allie Vann Lots 11 and 12 BIk A 5.94

Boggy Island and Cut-Off Island in the mouth Dennis Meyer lot 23 Elk A 3.47

of Spring Creek) Hartsfield Survey 640 190.40 Edith Ruth Davis lot 42 Blk A 3.47

Mrs. Annie Kemp lot 1 of B. H. ftogen Subd. as shown by map Hazel Pipella Lot : Blk A 3.47

or plat of said land of records on 1'-37 of DB 33 Ronald I. ockhiU Lot Elk A 3.47

in lot 115 of Hartsfield Survey 5.85 Kenneth Silke lot 60 Blk A 3.47F.

James H. Morgan lot 15 in Alton Willis Subd. in lot 115, Mark C Marie Rhoades lot is BUt A 3.47

Hartsfield Survey OR 3 P-560 8.18 Gerald C Violet Keller lot 72 Elk A 3.47

John A. Wall, Jr. All of Piney Island OR 4 P-361 2000 371.80 Virginia r.renier Lot 96 BUt A 3.47

Hem of 1. S. Tully SE-l/4 of SE-1/4, less 13 acres to A. Eo Joseph W.'Bailey Lot n Bik A 3.47Mrs.

Tully in Sec. 25 3S 2W 27 7.25 Hannah Gilbert Lot Elk A 3.47

B. & P. Inc. A lot 35 yds by 55 yds Jn3 -y4 of SE-1/4, Joyce Louise Land lot 117 Blk A 3.47
DB 60 P-207 in Sec. 3.SS Archie Braden Lot 134 BUt A 3.47

Hem of Nancy Allen lot 4 of Donaldson Est., less 1 acre in SW RablD'D Crowe Lot 147 Blk A 3.47

cor. less 1 acre in NE corner DB 47 P-19 in Johnnie Ruth Mixon Lot 151 BUt A 3.47

Sec. 12 4S 2W 15 6.09 Willie R. C Carthel Yates lot 1 Elk B 3.47

Line Hartsfield and Willie R. C Carthe1 Yates lot 26 Elk B 3.47

Daisy White SE-l/4 of NE-1/4 of SW-1/4, of Sec. 2545 2W 10 5.09 Charles H. Moll lot 3 Elk C 3.47

W. D. C Nannie Bowen DB 54 P-307 in Sec. 25 45 2W 4 7. 18 Mrs. Delarce Mauk Lot 24 BIk C 3.47

Nannie. Bett Jones N-l/2 of SE-l/4 of NE-1/4 of Sec. 26 less 35 George Teyssier, Jr. lot 38 BUt D 3.47

acres of Sec. 26 4S 2W 158.7 32.9C Ralph E. C Mary Weaver lot 46 Elk D 3.47

Royal Carraway 1 1/13 acres in W-1/2 of SE-1/4 of NW.l/4 of Edna Ottendorler lot 47 Elk D 3.47

Sec. 155 2W 11113 17.45 Gaston Rehn lot 48 BUt D 3.47

Carl Lee Daniel DB 561'-536 in Sec. 3 5S 2W 1/2 16.45 Mary l. C Richard Homer Lot 31 Blk E 3.47

Susie Taylor DB 54 -497 in above Description in Sec. Allen Griffin lot 6 Blk F 3.47
3 5S 2W 1 2.93 Pinkney W. S Margaret Wills Lot 10 Blk F 3.47

Mid-State Homes, Inc. 50 x 75' in NE-l/4 of SE-1/4 OR 2 P-52S Thomas E. HalyblD'ton Lot 11 Elk F 3.47
in Sec. 355 2W 17.45 William K. Hamm Lot 33 Elk F 3.47

Roy ReveU 1.12 acres in SE-l/4, OR 4 1'-444 in Sec. Harold E. Shoup, Jr. Lot 34 BUt F 3.47
35S2W 1.12 5.09 Esther Hutchinson lot IS BUt H 3.47C.

Alfred ReveU 1/2 acres in SE-l/4 OR 4 P-447 in Sec. 3 N. YOlDlgblood Lot 41 Elk I 3.47

5S 2W 1/2 3.55 Henry, Geraldine C Catherine

I James L. Johnson N-1/2 of SE-1/4 of SW-l/4 of Sec. 3 5S 2W 9 2.85 Reed lot 48 Blk J 3.47

Mid-State Homes, Inc. As per DB 54 P-79, a parcel of land 75 x 300'in Russell Meyen lot 2 Blk K 3.47
Sec. 4552W 26.72 Leonard E. Hancock lot 8 Elk K 3.47

Lou Mitchell Smith DB 38 P-207 In Sec. 6 5S 2W 15.1 4.09 Talmadge and Newell Beck lot 11 Elk K 3.47

Marion Green Commence at SE corner of Sec 6 Cont. Cherry Jordon Lot 15 BUt K 3.47
Robert l. Shook lot 25 Elk K 3.47
15.1 acres mIl and being situation in the
SE-l/4 of Sec. 655 2W 15.1 6.09 Gilbert ROlDldtree Lot 5 Elk L 3.47

Prince Green DB 38 P-207 in SE-l/4 of Sec. 6 5S 2W 15.1 4.09Mika Gerald E. Paralette Lots 11 and 12 BUt L 5.94

Adams Begin at the SE corner of Sec. 6 nut N 25 Elizabeth S. White Lot 13 Elk L 3.47

cbs along the Eastern boundary line of said Wallis E. Henderson Lot 35 Elk L 3.47
Leonard D. C Louise Thorp lot 47 Blk L 3.47
Sec. 6 and then run W 6.04 cbs, thence
S 25 cbs, thence E along the Southern boundary William T. McDuiels lot 16 Elk M 3.47

of said Sec. 6, the distance of 6.04 cbs to the Edna C Wilson Brittingham lot 22 Elk M 3.41

pobt containing 15.1 acres mIl and being In the Pittman, Sophia S Jerry
SE-l/4 of Sec. 6 5S 2W 15.1 11.09 Henaley Lot 33 : N 3.47

Cumbie and Sallie White DB 57 1'-242 in Sec. 75S 2W 2 8.72Sallie Eugenia H. Stelmach Lot 8 N 3.47

Allen White On E side of the NW-l/4 of Sec. 7 5S 2W 10.27 Leslie D. Johnston lot 24 Elk N 3.47

John Price AU of SE-1/4 of NW-1/4 lying S of State Rd 10, Ruby M. Wilhite Lot 38 BIk N 3.47
Nellie 45 Elk N 3.47
containing 1/2 acre also 5 acres lying in NE Armstrong lot
corner of NE-l/4 of SW-l/4 of Sec. 7 5S :2W! 5-1/2 5.85 Mrs. Cleo Hall Lot 51 Elk N 3.47

Mid-State Homes, Inc. DB 60 1'-188 in Sec. 75S 2W .42 10.27 Mrs. A. Brink Lot 53 Elk N 3.47

Hampton Rosier 1 acre in SE-l/4 of NE-1/4, OR 2 P-948 Claude RwnIord lot 1 Blk 0 3.47
Ben Shelton lot 24 Elk 0 3.47
1 5.09
in Sec 7 5S 2W
West Florida Enterprises That part of SE-1/4 of NW-1/4 lying S of C. A. Baker Lot 35 Blk 0 3.47
Jewel M. Arnett lot 9 Elk P 3.47
State Rd 10. containing 9-1/2 acres mIl,
Dalton Judd Lot 27 Elk P 3.47
also 5 acres mIl lying in NE corner of NE-1/4
Howard Barnthouse Lot 29 Elk P 3.47
1 4-11 2 10. 18
of SE-1/4 of Sec. 7 5S 2W ,
Sarah Grieves lot 34 Elk P 3.47
J.
Joe Priest, Inc. DB 61 1'-424 in Sec. 2 and sometime known as 3.47
Reynaldo F. Hemandes lot 37 Elk P
32.90
Sec. 1 in Sec. 1652W
Julia W. C Sybil Tucker Lot 47 Elk P 3.47
Ted 1/4 7.18
E. Phillips DB S6 P-223 in Sec. 16S 2W 3.47
Delano Stumbo Lot 4 Blk Q
Ted E. Phillips DB 56 P-225 in Sec. 1 6S 2W 5.OS 16.45 3.47
FusseU Lot 9 Elk Q
Jack
Floyd W. Williams DB 35 P-537 in Sec. 16S 2W 1/2 38.08R. R 3.47
Hugh Tyre lot 3 Elk
J. Edwards Begin at a culvert on SAL RR on a branch in Norman C Joan Stephens lot 4 Elk R 3.47

Sec. 1. then running southward along E boundary Rancle C. McKinney Lots 18 and 19 Blk R 5.94
of said rd 440 It., thence S 51 dgs E 371 It. Lillian C Joseph Allen lot 13 Elk 1 Creiners Addition 3.47

thence N 11-1/2 dgs W 502 It to a branch thence Lillian and Joseph Allen Lots 2 and 24 Elk 2 Crelnen Addition 8.42
100 of said rd culvert to pob, containing lh
It to R/W Alice end Ray Hutton Lot 5 3 Greiner Addition 3.47William
2-1/2 acres lying partly in Sec. 1 G 12, DB 58 18 B. Miller Lot 19 Elk 3 Greiner Addition 3.47
1'-26 in Sec. 12 5S 3W 2 .27
James H. Haven lot 8 Elk 5 Creiners Addition 3.47
W. R. Yates Ini4 r"sW-1/41 DB 59 P 168 in Sec. 23 5S 3W :27 16.45 5.09 Thomas W. Todd Lot 23 Elk 6 Creinen Addition 3.47

George W. Gibbs DB 55 P-15 in Sec. 13 3S 5W13 7.18 Annie S. C Craig Mullen Lot 1 Elk 7 Creiners Addition 3.47
C. T. Davis OR 2 P 89 70 x 100 in 3S SW 4.09 Lawrence E. Crosch lot 6 Elk 7 Creiners Addition 3.47

Josephine Mayson DB 15 P 221 East Goose Creek 1.62 Joseph H. C Grace Stevens lot 3 Elk 9 Creinen Addition 3.47

Unknown lot 12 Sq. 4 Town of Waneta 3.47 L. P. Bostwick Lot 9 Elk 14 Creinen Addition 3.47

Unknown Lots 7 10 and 11 Sq. 6 Town of Waneta 2.24 lonnie Dispennette Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 Elk C
Unknown Lots 8 and 10 Sq. 11 Town of Wan eta 16.45 Raken Addition to ChwfordviUe 15.90

Tom Hawkinl Lot 101 Town of NewportLouise 7.18 Hallene Strick1aDd: Huff lot 4 Elk 14 Town of Shady Sea 2.55W

Shufford Lots 8 and 9 BUt A Town of E. St. Markl 19.54 l. Carte Lot 8 Elk 8 Willis Subdivision 4.09Peggy

Mary Hazel McFadden Lots 1 to 12 Inclusive Bik! B Town of St. Marks C James Brooks Lots 42, 47, 48 Elk 12 Town of SopchoPl"f 31.90R.

Ben t Lucille Stoutamire Lots 1 C 2 Blk 25 Town of St. Marks 8.72 Wa1tha1 Lots 52 to 57 Elk 14 Town of SopchoPl"f E. Side 31.90

Thomas Ashton Lot 13 Blk 26 Town of St. Marks 5.1'18 33 R. Walthal As per DB 60 .314 103 It by 6S It part of lot is East Side
72
Louise Shufford Lot 3 BIk 30 Town of St.: Maria Town of Sopchoppy 25.

Ben Stoutamire lots 4 aid 6 BUs 34 Town of St. MarkS, 7.18 Audie Langston Lots is and 66 Town of Sopchoppy: W. Side 16.45J. 4.09
Shields Subd. Ashmore Brothers lot 64 Elk 5 Town of Panacea
A. A. Panish Lots 1415 and 16 Blk H
62.80 62.80
H. Hudson Lots 1, 2 and 3 Blk 8 Town of Panacea
St. Marks 31.90: Thomas Metcalf Lots 4 and 11 Elk 11 Town of Panacea 7.18
Mid-State Homes C Corp. 100' by 198' in DB 61 P 123 Town of ArranWAKUlIA Unknown Lot 14 Elk 14 Town of Panacea 4.09John

GARDENS Price C Gilbert Langston lot 10 BUt 19 Town of Panacea 4.09Worth

Redmond C Jessie Morris lot 60 B1k 1 3.47 Moore C R. White Lot 1 B1k 24 Town of Panacea 25.72 4.09Bevis
John 5.94 Shell Homes Inc. Lot 6 Elk 27 Town of Panacea
W. C Oscine Hogan Lots 32 and 33 Blk 4
Calvin A. lot 35 Blk 4 3.47 William Guy Raines N-lt2 of Lot: 7 and 8 DB 55 P 174 Elk E North Town of Panacea 11.27

Huey W. Coppack lot 45 Elk 4 3.47 Julian R. C Madeline Dasher lot 5 BUt E Aqua De Vida Subd. 4.09

Edith S. Weldon Lots 77 and 78 Elk 4 5.94 Winston L. Ii Betty Stewart Lots 31 and 32 BIle F Aqua De Vida SuM. 47.35
William 3.47 James H. j arptey lot 111 BJJc H Aqula De Vida Subd. 4.09Ikyel
R. Godwin Lot 84 Elk 4
Romona 3.47 Tuninlon Lot 12 Elk M Aqua De Vida Subd. 4.09Alex
CodwiD Lot as B1k 4
3.47 Metcalf Lot 14 Elk N Aqua De Vida 47.35
Harvey and Annie Thompson lot 11 BUt 5
Blanche 3.47 Rudie W. ChristIan lot 16 Blk N Aqua De Vida $ubd. 4.09
NonU lot 19
J. B1k 5
Owen l. 3.47 Clyde W. Blackman Lots 19 and 20 Blk 0 Aqua De Vida Subd. 7.18T.
Dyche. lot E Elk 6
3.47 D. C Clifford Perry Lots 21 Elk 0 Aqua De Vida Subd. '4.09C.
Joseph C Henrietta Niec Lot 10 Elk 6
Petry 3.47 Hays It al N-lt2 of Lot: 26 and aU of Lot 27 Blk 0 Aqua De Vida Subd. 31.90'
Rawley C
Doroth CoodaU lot 14 B1k 6
J. r. C Lola y 5.94 Fredrick C Leona Remick Lot: 1 to 9 inch Elk U Aqua De Vida Subd. 28.81P.
Hill Lots 43 and 44 Elk 7
Russell M. 3.47 C. Kelly C Monroe Taylor lot 19 Elk 2 Panacea Park 2.55
McMichael lot 23 Elk 8
Mrs 3.47 Unknown Lots 29 and 35 BIle 3 Panacea Park 4.09Mr.
H. B. Davis Sr. lot 24 Elk 8
Edward 3.47 C. C. Thomas Lot 41 BUt 3 Panacea Park 2.55L.
C Dorothy Znanie Lot 25 BDc 8
Opal p.. 5.94 C. Brown Lot 22 Elk 5 Town of Panacea Park 2.55Emma
Beck Lots 13 and 14 Elk 9
Walter 3.47 Mae Cruse Lots 79 and 81 Elk 5 Town of Panacea Park 4.09Mid
Haney Lot 33 Elk 9
lJndsey 3.47 State Homes, Inc. Lot 78 Elk 9 Town of Panacea Park 31.J
L. & Irene Lot
7 Elk 10
Nova Dean Maples 3.47 William H. Anderson, Jr. Lots 80 and 82 Elk 9 Town of Panacea Park 16.45
Tyre Lot 24 Elk 10
Claude C 5.94 Mrs. Josephine Ma'lOll Lot 127 Elk 9 Town of Panacea Park 4.09
10
Julia Cooler Lots 28 and 29 Elk
Leonard 3.94 Roy R. Jenkins Lots 134 and 136 Elk 14 Town of Panacea Park 4.09Mrs.
Kuehn Lot 35 10
Opal A. B1k 3.47 A. l. Yates Lots 19 and 20 Elk A Town of Surf 7.18
Stewart Lot 36 B1k
Hilton L. 110 3.47 Bessie Wells lot 18 Elk D Town of Surf 16.45
WillJI Lot 5 Elk
Billy MUle 5.94 Bessie Wells Lot 2 BDc K Town of Surf 4.09T.
Lots 20 and 21 Elk 11
Charlotte 3.47 W. Witberln&tOD Lot: 12 Elk L Town of Surf 4.09
Joseph Irene Peacock Lot 7 Elk 12 3.47 Joe Priest As per DB 54. SE-1/4 of Tract 31 Sec. A Ochlocknee: Slates Subd. 31.90

Reb .t Hancock Fields Lot 17 Elk g 3.47 Joe B. WalthaU Lob 10 and L Sec. B Ochlocknee: Shores 5ubd. 25.72C.
Lot 2981k
BrycelOD 3.47 F. C El1z. Davis Lot 11 Sec D OclI1ocknee: Shores 3ubd. 47.35
Co S Cary Malone Lot 46 B1k 12 S. 94 Shores Subd. 13.36
WlJbtn John M. Price Lot 27 Unit /1 Panacea
John Chit Lots 41 and 42 Elk 13 3.47 J. Camn Lot 31 Unit 14 Panacea Shores Subd. 78.25
: Archibald
. C Robt. F ozier Lot 22 Elk 14 3.47 Jose
Elizabeth Mclaughlin Lot 3 Elk r. Rivenhore Heights Subd. 4.09
i I Anna Sanders Wyatt Lot 30 Elk 14 3.47 Arthur H. Droman, Jr. Lot 3 BUt D River Bend Subd. 13.34

I A. W. Pazramore Lot S4 Blk 14 3.47 Eldon D. Sellers Lot 30 Eljt C River Bend Subd. 7.18
Lot 48 Elk 14
Mary Frances 3.47 Ben Stnutamire Lot 20 Elk A Shell Point Beach Subd. U.34
French
j Lot 59 Elk 14
Betty Cable 14 3.47 Leaston H. Rivers LoU BlkA.WeItJt21nU.\IW..uv4.\ Gale Island 56.62
, Jerman Lot 57 Elk 3..41.1
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NEWS D.iveis who"'t ke' unnecessary MAJKIJLLA/ j : COUNTY EW$
Nor -;.E FISH FRY SOPCHOPPY r chances on the highway are 31
Meatkeeping READ T" NEWSIIII! ! t'THURSDAY. May I, 1965
BYlouisc C. SappMr. suffering from a bad case of.
YOUR NAME' .N IT SOMEWHERE: defective driving habits. There
Attains[ Newrenheits and Mrs. Frank Chas of
two
are only incdn-s a quick
At Tallahassee were the weekcnc recovery or a mesas strident I I
MAY 2ltt THE LIVE STOCK PAVILION 'I'' guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E.Roddenberry. I i

Mrs. Chan is i
: STARTING AT 6:00 P.M. the former Barbara (Babs) Rod-
Don't beef if the meat you
put In the refrigerator doesn't denberry.Mr. .

keep. Chances are you don't and Mrs. John Bcasleyvl- M
Sponsored by the CRAWfORDVILLE RANGERS have a good "mealing place" sited Mr. Bcaslcy't mother In

Keeping meats fresh and Valdosta, Ca. on Friday, May t
tasty is a snap today if your 2.
SOFTBALL TEAM.
kitchen has the right equipment -
The zero-degree frozen Mr. and Mrs. Morris Miller
food compartment of a re- and Mrs. Sellers of Tallahassee
Proceeds to go to equip the ball team. frigerator-freezer can pre- spent the weekend at their cot- f

serve meat for months. tage near Sopchoppy.
Frozen meat keeps best
EVERYONE INVITED' PLATES 11.00' where the temperature Is zero Mrs. Byron Cox and chldren:
visited Mrs.
or lower Ice cube compart- of Tallahassee
ments are not recommendedfor Cons parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
keeping meats for long D. Reynolds for a few days.

CRAWFORDV I LitPERSONALS periods Many of the new electric John McKenzie, grandson of MAKE _

refrlgeiator-freezer models on Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harcll, spent _
SECURITY NEWSA
SOCIAL' relativesin
the market today have "meat several days visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rehwinkel this area. John is making a
new pamphlet called "So- keepers, where temperature is
and Mrs. Early Rehwinkel visit- the service and is
cial Security What It Meansfor maintained at 28-32 degree F. career in YOUR
ed Mrs. Lucile Towles Alaska.
the Parents of a Mentally inQuin- These will hold meats up to stationedatAnchora
Sunday afternoon.
Retarded Child" is now avail- cy seven days without freezing or Mr. and Mrs. Ben Aplin, a- a.w.we
able the local offices loss of quality.
through with other relatives return-
Mr. and Mrs. Moody Pearce long
of the Social Security Administration Storage times of frozen
and son, Jack, and Mrs. Ma- ed home late Thursday after
in your community.Most ble Pearce, attended a family meats vary considerably. The attending the 1 un era 1 of Mr. HOME BIGGER BETTER!
of
parents find comfort in reunion at Lake Bradford Sun- U. S Department Agricul- Aphn's mother in Andalusla, ,
the knowledge that their child- day. ture says beef and chicken Alabama. Mrs. Aplin passed
ren are progressing steadily towards may be stored from six to 12 away Tuesday morning, April
maturity and economic James Hamrnick spent last months; lamb and veal, six to 27, at the home of her daugh-
self-reliance. But for the parent weekend in Crawfordville visit- nine months; pork and tur- tcr-in-law in Panacea.Mr. The time is now, before summer, to make your home an even better
of a mentally retarded ing relatives and friends. keys, three to six months; sau-
child, there is anxiety- usuallythe sage and ground meats, one Woodrow Willis returned
place to live. With a little aid from us in the form of a loan, you'll be
worry which increases with Trooper and Mrs. Ronnie to three months, and cooked to his home after spendingsome
concern over the support and Suber and son, Ronnie, Jr. meat, one month. time with his sister, Mrs.
care of the child and what would have been visiting their famil- Some meats, such as perishable Cleona Blackburn and family, surprised how handsome your home can be made.
happen if the parent should die. ies, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Har- canned hams, should not In Jacksonville.Mrs. .
For the parent of a mentally rell and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. be frozen These should be
retarded child, the Social Security Vernon. stored at refrigerator temper- Carrie Ashmore and Mis.
Law has special importance atures until used. Fay Rouse visited the Roy Lett
be cause it can lead to Before freezing ground beef, family in Tallahassee Sunday.
monthly payments.If it is a good idea to make individual -
We take the following if wish to .improve
suggest
you think someone in your patties and separate Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown you steps you
family may be eligible for social The do's and don'ts of traffic them with waxed 01 freezer and Mrs. Florida Roberts went
security benefits as the son law are intended to save liveson paper so they can bs used as on the Tour of Monies, sponsored your home. First check your home for all repairs or
or daughter of a person who has our highways. Like most pre- needed, without thawing out by the Pilot Club of Tallahassee

retired, died or become disabled ventatives. they work best before the entIre quantity. on Sunday afternoon. alterations that wish to make. Second
compile a
com-
you
getintouch with your near- the trouble starts. After To obtain maximum results Homes open to visitors were the
est social security office by tel- the trouble, it's the penaltiesof from your refi'Igei ator-freez- H. V. Knott, Winthrop, Miirph -
ephone, letter or personal vi- the law that apply Obey the er in storing meats! ,, consult \', McCee and Proctor homes plete estimate including material and labor costs. And last,
I, do's and don'ts. so you won't the manufacturer's instruction Lcmoync Art Foundation ,
sit.A parent, guardian, relative have to pay the penalties book.Contrary. Governor's Mansion, and the come to the bank with your information and apply for your
or other authorized person may . Klnheaga Lodge on Lake Is-
apply for benefits on behalf of amonica.
the mentally retarded person. No one has any use for the home improvement loan. Our loan costs are reasonable.And .
drunk driver. But on the high- Mrs. Brown wishes to thank
You can find the address of
way, the social drinker Is a her co-workers in completing
t to
the post social office security or in your office telephonebook at your bigger hazard. He's more common neither age nor youth popular, experience belief the Cancer Crusade in this areas you can repay monthly from income and take as long as
and he doesn't realize that his Mrs Louise Mrs.
under Social Security Ad- nor reflexes can make a mana Sapp, John
ministration. vision judgement and reactionsare safe driver when he's been Beasley, Mrs. Monroe Thompson 36 months to pay. Start improving your home today.
I affected He thinks he's safeas drinking. Lucky, maybe but and the Rev. Floiircy of
t! anyone on the road. He mightbe definitely not safe Smithcrcck. A total of $136.-
If he were alone'' The only 25 has been tinned in. Buck-
I solution If you drink, don't horn and the cannisters will be
I drivel! turned in next week.

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