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: May 13, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TIME SET FOR MAY 29-30 F.F.A. ''''" '

Continued plans are being made for the Sun and Fun Time week-I Mike Head ,? : ; ;; ::f ::! I :

end In Wakulla to be celebrated 29-30. The F. has been : : r I ,
County May F.A. selling k II-il .. "
Bernard Wilson, chairman of the event, announced today that Gold Plated plaques the past -. =- f A I J :I

he has received reports from the Tallahassee Boating Club stating few weeks for $1.50 each. If ',. I' .

that final arrangements are being made for the Sunday races and you would like one contact any .* t,,, :: J. r
the.Water Ski. Show and time trials on Saturday. one of the eighth grade boysor F 't 'I ( :
Wilson said that Bill Bellflower Mr. Ibach.In v.; r. i iI ij '

has been named race chair- MR. E MRS.J.C.TURNERHOLD an earlier article I said .

man and lists the following e- that we were selling tomato I i
vents for Sunday afternoon plants, but we didn't have .I r-r

starting at 2:00 P.M. Six races Wakulla County Unit of enough to sell. (L 1 I Itr 1' :TI

of the family type boats will the American Cancer Society The F.F.A. had their Annual j

include a final unlimited class, held an appreciation cookoutat Awards Banquet last Thursday '

any size boat and motor com- the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. night. Our guest speaker was I V

bination. D. Turner, Monday night, May Mr. John Stiles, assistant director ,, ', ( I II
Bellflower said that
trophieswill 10th. Charcoal broiled ham- of the State Departmentof {
be awarded the first three Agriculture, who spoke on
in each class. The clos- burgers and all the trimmingswere "Sun Flavor". ) \
places enjoyed by all. If I I .
edcourse of approximately one Those attending were as follows Awards presented were (f ,

mile and 3 laps per class will : Mrs. Thelma Jernigan, Star Farmer, Alan Loftin; BARBARA JERNICAN I iLk

be the rules. Bouys will mark Mrs. Ruth Neilson, Mr. and Outstanding in Agriculture,
the State Board of Conservation )
course. Mrs. Ralph Brown, Mr. and John Taylor and Billy Porter; .-
Patrol boats and Boat- BARBARA JERNIGAN WINS
Mrs. Ed Levy, Mr. and Mrs. Safety Award, Jerry Core; Me- ..
ing Safety Teams will act as Jimmie Cwin, Mr. and Mrs. chanics Award, Willie Pelt; SCHOLARSHIP CONTESTThe ... ; .
race attendants and provide the Soil and Water ManagementAward .jti.r" --
O. E. Hendrickson and son, ,
safety factor needed for the water and Duane Cowdy; Dairy- Wakulla County; Jaycees, 1/- a
Lue, Mrs. Harold Blanton
activities. Award Don F.F. through their Vice President, J
ing Taylor;
Bellflower that the daughter, Pam, Mrs. John Jim Helms, are happy to announce !
eventsof A. Sweetheart, Barbara Jerni- ? r. '.
and Mrs. S.
Mr. J.
afternoon will include Electrician Albert Strick- that at the District II .
Saturday Cogdill, Mr. John Pigott, Mrs. gan; :: 1
Caucus held in Quincy, Flori- ( (
a Water Ski Show and Mrs. Newell land; Coach Mathis receivedan i i rk"n
Louie Posey,
Time Trials and will provide Ladd and members of the honorary award in Soil and da, Saturday, May 8, 1965, ; t 7l
plenty of excitement for the School Water Management for his part Miss Barbara Jernigan was declared -

spectators.Fred National Crawfordville Honor High Society, Miss and present greatly needed assistance district winner in the .. \ \ ::)
Keightley, Wakulla to this chapter.The statewide Merit i Scholarship _
RuthDix, Mrs. Dorotly: ,
County Chamber of Commerce Mil- Crawfordville F. F. A. Awards Contest. As a district
Barbara Jernigan, Danny
president who developed the would like, at this time, to winner Barbara will be eligibleto
ler and David Wilson. compete with other district WOMAN'S CLUB INSTALLED THEIR OFFICERS AT A BANQUET TUESDAY
two-day program, said that it Crusade Chairman, O. E. thank all the mothers who CRAWFORDVILLE
is hoped that this will be an annual commended the brought covered dishes and winners at the State Jaycee NIGHT, MAY 4.
affair to open the summer Hendrickson, for the without whose help this ban- Convention In Jacksonville later MRS. INEZ WALKER, OUTGOING PRESIDENT, LEFT, ASSISTED MRS. SUSIE HILL, DISTRICT

season in the Big Bend area. National Honor Society did the quet could not have been pos this month. She,will also REPRESENTATIVE FROM BRANFORD. OFFICERS, LEFT TO RIGHT, ARE MRS. BRUCE ALFORD,
will excellent job they at of receive a Websters Collegiate BRAXTON CORRESPONDING SECRETARY MRS. HELEN TURNER,
The Fishing Rodeo start sible. A special vote thanks TREASURER; MRS. GAIL ,
on Saturday, May 22, and run Crusade Road Block on April goes to Mrs. Nazworth and Dictionary as a prize for her RECORDING SECRETARY; MRS. NADENF POSEY, 2ND VICE PRESIDENT; MRS. VIRGINIA
3rd and also all of the Community -
through noon Saturday, May Chairmen and workersfor Mrs. Harvey who prepared the win In district competition.All KEICHTLEY, 1ST VICE PRESIDENT; MRS. IRMA WELCH PRESIDENT.
29. Checking stations for the main course and devoted much of the Jaycees in DistrictlIjohnourlocal
fishermen will be located In all the outstanding work they time and effort toward the success club in rootingfor I

areas of the county in both salt did.Mrs. of this banquet. We also Barbara to bring home the ESSIE COCOILL ELECTED II
Thelma Jernigan, Sec- I
and fresh water camps. Starting wish to thank the fathers whc grand prize from Jacksonville, STATE PRESIDENT OF I
at St. Marks and moving retary-Treasurer of the Society, helped clean up the lunch room which is a $2000.00 scholar- POSTMASTERSMrs.
around the coast in the county gave the following financial afterwards. ship to the university of her
the following locations will setup choice. Essie M.
Cogdill, post-
On Hand Feb. 1965, $22.50;
checking stations St. Marks, Checksreceived from businesses appreciate master at St. Marks, was installed -
Shell Island, Shell Point, Spring tion we have received from as president of the Flo-
$140.00; Crusade Road GERALD 0. CORE Barbara's
Creek Panacea Tradewindsand ftccessful Ida National Association
Chapter, -
Marina. FreJi Block, $181.16; Memorial, CELEBRATES 80TH and are proud to be represented -
Tarpon water of Postmasters at the
will be $75.00; Memorials sent to BIRTHDAYMr. in this program by a
checking spots annual convention in St. Pet-
Office Wakul-
Davis Fish Silver Tampa $7.50; person who possesses such out-
John Camp, ersburg last week.
la Station, $67.94; Medart, Cerald'D. Core of Rt. character and
standing ability.
Lake I
Roberts Fish and Mrs.
Camp, Cogdill, along with the
Langstons Landing. $54.94; Sopchoppy, $124.30; 6, Tallahassee, Florida, was We are united In the belief other officers, were installedat
Curtis Mills, $8.45; Smith honored by his children and that Barbara's entry will result
Prizeswill be awarded to several a banquet by National President -
classes of fish by size and Creek, $17.50; Neport and grandchildren with I a surprise in a state winner for the Wakulla David R. Trevithick.
weight. Wakulla Beach, $42.05; Craw- birthday celebration on his County Jaycees and DistrictII. Others installed were Lester
fordville, $120.34; Panacea, 80th birthday Sunday, May 2. .
Also on Saturday afternoon Dicus of Clearwater, vice president -
$126.23; St. Marks, $148.22; He has 5 children and 13 grand-
there will be a band concert by and Oakley Seaver of
Misc. Collection, $9.16 To-
; children and 7
the CrawfordvlUe School Band, Clermont, Secretary-Treasur-
and a public Fish Fry locatedon tal, $1,145.29. children. They were all there 2 FOR I FISHINGIN t
Chairman Hendrickson stated along with their families, except er.Postmasters
the Ochlocknee River neat WAKULLA COUNTYShell attending the
the George Walker Bridge. that some communities hat two grand-da ughters and convention from the Big Bend
not finished their drive and a,
two greatgranddaughters.Those Island Fish Camp announced -
in Wakulla Yon
Organizations were Peyton Tallahassee; G
all information is in
soon as attending were: Mr. last week that fishing
County that are helping to make Mrs. Anna Watkins, Woodville
this program a success are the he will give a complete report and Mrs. Vemon Thomas, Mr. I is better than good over that James Mayton, Carrabelle ;

following Wakulla County and Mrs. W. T. Goodman and way. James Cox and wife, Quincy M

Chamber of Commerce, Pana- CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH Kenny and Craig Coodman, The operators reported a cou- Tom Bra.well, Monticello
cea Chamber of Commerce, Mr. and Mrs. Joel K. Core, ple fishing for trout had the Henry S. Thompson and wife,

Wakulla County Jaycees, Craw- SCHOOL HONOR ROLL Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Core and most unusual experience, one Perry Mrs. N. E. Cooksey,

fordvlUe Woman's Club, Pana- All "A" Cindy and Charlotte Core, Mr. which will probably be bring- Lamont; and Mrs. Mattie Mar
cea Woman's Club, St. Mark Honor Roll and Mrs. Dorman Thomas and ing them back to the County Snyder, Waclssa. NEW OFFICERS OF THE POSTMASTERS OF THE UNITED
Woman's Club, Wakulla County Barbara Jernigan, Ant Linda and Marty Thomas, Mrs. again and again. STATES, FLORIDA CHAPTER, INCLUDE (LEFT TO RIGHT)
FHP Auxiliary, Sea Scouts Moore, Frank Rabenau, Deb- Mary Council, and Mr. and Here is the story as reportedto I OAKLEY SEAVER OF CLERMONT, SECRETARY-TREASURER;

Troop Panacea, Sopchoppy orah Coxwell, Melinda Har- Mrs. Lamar Allen, all of Tal- the News by County Judge MRS. ESSIE M. COCDILL OF ST. MARKS, PRESIDENT; AND J.

Lions Club, Sopchoppy Wo vey,. Ann Mathls, Luther lahassee; Mr and Mrs. Julius George Harper. A Georgia CHILDREN ENJOYED LESTER DICUS OF CLEARWATER, VICE PRESIDENT.
Rawls, Debra Weiford, Regina and his wife FIELD TRIPMrs. -- --- -
man's Club and U. S. CoastGuard Corer Fernandina Beach; Mr. fisherman were -
Oaks, Lisa Smith, Jack Townsend and ks. George Core and bothtryingtheir luck for Trouton
Auxiliary, American Gene Strickland, Anna Tommy and Jerry Core, Wakulla the edge of the flats when Estell Taff and Mrs. EIGHT I PANTHERS GET LOCAL WOMEN

Legion, V.F.W. Whaley. Michelle McCallister"AB'f ; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. the lady of the boat hooked Gertrude Cowdy took their 5th ALL-CONFERENCE HONORSThe EXHIBIT' ART

Honor Roll Porterand Sally and David Por- about a 13-inch trout. As she and 6th grade students on a

FORMER RESIDENT First Grade Eddie Brimmer, ter, Palatka;Mr. and Mrs. lar- was working him in for a land- field trip last Friday to the 13th Crawfordville High Mrs. George Gibbs and Mrs

KILLED IN WRECKMrs. Sonja j Council, Bill Harvey, ry Porter and Mary Helen Por- ing, and just before she was annual Florida Folk Festivalat School Panthers have won their Matt Mathis, both of Craw

Betsy Moore, Sheryl Nazworth, ter, Gainesville; and Mr. and ready to boat the catch, a the Stephen Foster Memorial way to the State Finals in ClassB fordville, will exhibit paintings '

Lonnie Langston Stephens Randy Smith, Dennis Tucker, Mrs. Terry Porter, New York Kingflsh charged in and took a White Springs, Fla. Baseball Tournament. at Tallahassee Federal
Helen Wilson Bonita There were 60 children who Coach Matt Mathls and the and Loan Associationthe
died in a fatal automobile accident Stokley, City. swipe at the trout and jumpedinto Savings
near Madison Friday afternoon Kevin Caby, Olivia Oaks, Those calling after lunch the boat. Both the 31- enjoyed this beautiful place team are in Avon Park todayfor week of May 17.

May 7th. Burial was Terry Posey, Kimmie Dykes. were Mrs. Zelma Pararo, Mr. pound Kingfish and the 13- and the most colorful annual the finals. Their work will be in con-
Second Grade Cindy Strick- into event. There were eight mo- Coach Mathis also reportedthat junction with the Moorer Stu
Monday from the First Baptist Core's sister, and Dr. and Mrs. inch trout were brought
Church, Tallahassee. Interment land, Danlca Weiford, Dennis L. L. Pararo, Lynn, Cynthia, Shell Island and reported to thers as chaperons Mrs. Beu- eight of this year's team dios.Mrs.
was in the Rose Lawn Worrell, DiNee Dickson, Pam- and David Pararo, also of Tallahassee the operators. lah Blanton, Mrs. Hardy Re- have been placed on the All- Gibbs will exhibit two

Cemetery.She elia Harvey. ; and Mr. and Mrs. Editors Note We believe veil, Mrs. Betty Ann Harvey, Conference team. pastel portraits.Mrs. .
Third Grades Brim- Mrs. Strickland, Mrs. Dot Those who will receive All Mathis has and
Cheryl Kay two
was the daughter of Mrs. Carlton Mason, Quincy. The this story since it was told to pen
Lona Langston of Sopchoppy and mer, Angela Evans, Paula Ca- grand-daughters that could not us by the County Judge whose Nazeorth, Mrs. Lillian Mar- Conference honors are Capt. Ink washes and an oil.SOPCHOPPY .
Tucker and Billy Porter, senior;Jerry Core,
Mrs. Grace ,
Tallahassee. by, Jan Harper, Sarabeth Mor attend were Miss June Thomas Integrity we do not question.We tin,
Survivors include her mother; rison, Debbie Nazworth, Terry of Montgomery, Alabama, also make this observation Mrs. Virginia Kelghtley. senior Ralph Stevens, senior;
Dale Harvey, senior; Danny
husband, Lonnie Stephens; a Nazworth, Ricky Sarvis, Deanna and Mrs. Pat McMillan, Karen Not only does this story add Miller, junior; David Wilson, .
daughter Ann a Jo Whaley. and Michelle McMillan of Tal- of the NEWS
son, Gary a ; lure for the fishermen
sister, Mrs. Ruby Clayton of Fourth Grade Marsha Jerni lahassee. Mrs. Council and area as far north as Atlanta, BIKE RODEO junior; Dusty Cook, junior. ; Eric -

Jacksonville.Mrs. gan, Betsy Smith, Steve Posey, Mrs. Allen are sisters of the but it will also have a definite RESULTS GIVEN Mathis, sophmore.In last

Stephens was a passengerin Linda Deal, Dwane Sparkman. late Mrs. Gerald D. Core. effect in bringing people here the Panthers outing, Celebrating Mother's Day
for the
a car driven by Mrs. LouiseJ. Fifth Grade Eddie Whaley, for the Sun and Fun Time Winners of last Saturday'sBike they Jay regional with a family gathering at the
Wingate of Callahan, a cousin Desmond Tucker, David Brown, weekend on May 29.30.CRAWFORDVILLE Rodeo were as follows Harms place were Mrs. Irene
the team wins at Avon Park
of Rep. Claude E. Wingate. Diane Mathers. YOUTH FELLOWSHIP Boys, Ages 12-14: First Harms Wabasso and her son,
Sixth Grades Bruce Harvey, SUPPER AT SOPCHOPPY Place, David Strickland-Andy they will bring home a State Julius and wife of Jacksonville,

Mark Miller, Michael Ross, Harper, tie; Boys, Ages 9-11, title. her two lighten, Mrs. Len
COFFEE TO HONOR REV. Ricky Strickland, Bobbie Burgess The Sopchoppy Methodist BAND First Place, Duane Sparkman; Nelson and two children from

Cindy Harper, Ora Jean Youth Fellowship announces a SCHEDULES CONCERTThe Girls, Ages 9-11, First Place, Orlando and Mrs. Bill Rice and
E MRS. LUTHER STOKESA Harper, Wanda Harvey, Vangie supper will be served at the Karen Martin; Boys, Ages 7-8, SENIORS TO GO four children of Vero Beach

Hurley, Marion Laird, Linda Sopchoppy Methodist C h u r c h Crawfordville School First Place, Bill Moore Girls, TO WORLD'S FAIR The families of Walter and

coffee will be given Satur- Lawhon, Sara Nazworth, Judy Saturday, May 22, 5:00: to Band will go on a picnic Sat- Ages 7-8; First Place, Sara- Ollie Harms were down from
day afternoon, May 15th, two Norris, Pam Oliver, Brenda 7iOO P.M. The price of the May 22, to Silver Lake. beth Morrison. The Crawfordville Senior Tallahassee for the day, and

to five o'clock, at the Craw- Pelt, Becky Porter, Cindy Russ, supper for adults is $1.00, and This urday Is their first outing of the Sarabeth Morrison had the Claw will leave May 17th on Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown who
fordville Woman's Club, honor- Sheria Gloria Thomas. 504 for children. will be to New live
Sealey, Parents will act ai best overall score. their trip which nearby. Mother Harms
ing the Rev. and Mrs. Luther Seventh Grade: Elisabeth Tickets for this supper may year. Poster winners were Jo Am York City and a tour of the will be 93 in September and
R. Stokes and family. Braxton, Arnold Greene. be purchased from any Metho- Band Concert will be giv- Green and Shirley McCallister World's Fair. still enjoys life and good

Rev. Stokes is former pastor Eighth Grade David Miller, dist young person. The proceeds at the school Friday night, The class will be away abouta health.
of the Crawfordville and Sop- Linda Sandra of this will toward en
Gaby, Taylor supper go week.
May 21st, at 7:30 P.M.
choppy Methodist Churches.He Wetherington, DarlyntWildern. the summer youth camp Is Invited to attend Mrs. Frank Jones, Sr. ol
and his family lived In Sop- program. Everyone free and MRS. HEAD RETURNS Tallahassee spent Mother'
this concert seethe
choppy from 1955 til 1964. Ninth Grade Wayne Strick- progress the band has made FROM MISSOURIMrs. NOTICF FISH FRY Day with her son, Frank and
Rev. Stokes will report to Ai- land, Rhonda Burnette, Barbara family.

bury College, Wilmore, Kentucky Raker. F.H.A. NEWSBy this year.band will give a free Thomas D. Head ha. May 21st at the Live Stock

June 1 of this year as Tenth Grade Sharih/n Harvey Alice Great concert The on Saturday afternoon, returned from the Girl Scouts'' Pavilion starting at 7:00 P.M. Mrs. InexYentof Tallahassee

Alumnae Secretary and Director John Taylor, Linda Green. 29, for the Wakulla Mid-Western Training Castes sponsored by the Crawfordville spent the weekend with her

of Public Relations.All Eleventh Grade Danny Mil- In our F.H.A. meeting we May Chamber of Commerce, Sun ,In Excelsior Springs, Missouri Rangers Soft Ball Team. Proceeds mother, Mrs. Florida Roberts.

of the friends of Rev. and ler, Kathy Strickland, Donnle discussed our F.H.A. School and Fun Time on the Ochlock- While there she participated In to go to equip the ball
Mrs. Stokes are Invited to drop Sparkman, Sandra Bumette. Party. We are going to DoS River. two weeks training for thirt} team. .
in and see them before they Twelfth Grades Jerry Core, Island on Saturday, May 15 nee professional workers in the Jot Everyone is invited.

leave for their new home. Pat Crawford. Mrs. Oxley and Mr. and Mrs of the Field Adviser. Plates, $1.00. Modtie I
1 McNabbwlll be the chaperons

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THURSDAY MAY 13, 1965 the Circuit Court of the CO"! "SIOMERS' April 30, 1965 APRIL 19. 196):

S5 Homes Acreage Second Judicial Circuit I of The meeting was called to The meeting was called to

acerfront lots Florida, In and For Wakulla May 3, 1963 r, order by the chairman, Mr., order by Chairman Roddcnber

WAKULLA County. In Chancery. I The Board of County Commis- Roddcnberry. Members pre- ry. Other members present
HENRY WILLIAMSREALTY No. 13 as. sioners of Wakulla County met sent were Mr. Paulk, Mr. Po- were Mr. Paulk, Mr. Posey,
COUNTY NEWS BROKER TALLANASSEEFEDER'LSAV- tills date in Crawfordville with soy and Mr. Strickland. Mem- and Mr. Roddenberry. Absent

Phone 741, P. O. Box 275 INCS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION the following presents ber absents Mr. Crum. Mr. Crum.

Tfkpkimt! WAInut 1,13"II St. Marks, Florida a corporation organizedand Willard Carter, Chairman, The following Architects ap- MovedbyMr. Paulk, seconded -
existing under an Act of George Young, vice-chairman, peared before the board to pre- by Mr. Strickland, that the
HELP WANTED Congress, William D. Walker, Ralph sent proposals for architectural minutes be approved as read.
MALE OtTFEMllE Plaintiff, Strickland, John L. Davis, services for the construction of Voting for the motions Mr.

Man or woman wanted to sup- vs.PHYLLIS. Commissioners; Moody Pearce, the consolidated school Strickland, Mr. Posey Mr.
Virginia KelgMUy ... Editor ply Rawlelgh products to consumers M. SPEARS: MICHAEL Clerk, W. R. Taff, Sheriff, 1. Barrett, Daffin C Bishop Paulk and Mr. Roddcnberry.
in Franklin County or BOARD OF COUNTY DOYLE SPEARS, BARBARA J. H. Hudson, County Attor- 2. Joseph N. Clemons Mr. Nelson Viles of the State
Krrd K fight If y Publisher Taylor County. Cood time to- COMMISSIONERSIAKULU Department of Education
LYNN SPEARS, RICH- ney, Carmel Pelt, Road Superintendent 3. Forrest Coxen met
start. No capital required. See COUNTY FLA. with the board and
ARD SPEARS and any unknown 4. Mays Leroy Cray presentedhis
Entered at Cnwfordvillci Florida D. C. Thrash, 1422 N. Blvd., May 3, 1965 heirs, ,devisees, lega- A resolution was offered to 5. Prentiss Huddleston findings in regards to his

ni second clan matter Subwrlption Tallahassee o* write Rawlelgh List of Warrants drawn on theiRCJAD tees and grantees of Sidney D. the Board requesting the State 6. Robert Maybin survey of the Wakulla County

rata: $3.00 per year FA D 220 815, Memphis, Tenn.6tp48.22.29,56,20,27. C BRIDGE FUNDC. Spears, deceased; and EVELI- Road Department to include in Moved by Mr. Strickland, School System Insurance Pro-
NAMON the 1965-66 Road seconded Mr. Posey that gram.
NA SPEARS and Secondary by
Pelt 137.72
W. Void
J. C. Harvey, 125.85,, Void;; SPEARS, her husband, Budget (with several other Mr. Robert Mayblin be invited Moved byMr. Paulk, seconded -
1 by Mr. Strickland, that th e
W. W. Oaks, 116.85; Carlton Defendants. projects) in the No. position, back for further consultation
board ask Mr. Viles of
FOR SALE: House, Inquireat Harvey, 125.85; R. R. Nichols NOTICE OF FORECLOSURESALE a sidewalk beginning at the before an architect is selectedby
State of
I Harvey's Store, Phone 125.85 A. B. Spears foot of State Road No. 363 and the Board. Department Educationto
; ,
WA6-3444. Crawfordville 104.88; C. W. Allen, 59.85; running North along the said Voting for the motion Mr. conduct a survey of plant
104.88 Louie NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN State Road to the intersectionof Strickland, Mr. Posey, Mr. maintenance.
Cajer Posey
100.14 Homer Carra- that undersigned, Moody the Shell Island Road and Paulk and Mr. Roddenberry. Voting for the motions Mr
Posey, ;
FOR SALE--One two bedroom way, 95.34; Erie Wallace Pearce, Clerk of the Circuit thence along the Shell Island The following Financial Con- Strickland, Mr. Posey Mr, !
frame house in Crawford- 104.88; G. Mathers, 116.95; Court of Wakulla County: flo- Road to the St. Marks School sultants presented proposalsfor Paulk and Mr. Roddcnberry. i

r vllle contact RichardL. Melton Cray, 104.88; Coy rida, on the 25th )f May, property. fiscal agent services to the MovedbyMr. Strickland, seconded p t
O 0 Gowdy or phone WA6- Sanders, 84.56; Ray E. Creen, 1965, at 11:00 A. .vt I, at the Commissioner Strickland board by Mr. Posey, that the '
3571 between 8: 00AM & 5:00: Compt. 146.58; OASI Fund, front door of the Wakulla moved and the motion was car- W. H. Cates field trip to Tyndall Air Force i
PM or call Tallahassee 132.84 American HeritageIns. County Courthouse in Craw- ried that the above mentioned Nimrod T. Frozer Base for the 9th grade in Sop- i

877-3374 after 5:00: PM. 9.00; ; Tallahassee Tire fordville, Floi..la, will offer resolution not be submitted to George White choppy and Craw ford v i i lie

Co. 19.40; Pigott's Carage, forsale and sell at public out- the Road Department. Brooks Holleman (submitted Schools be approved.
51.68; H. T. Adams, 70.09; cry to the highest bidder for Commissioner WALKER voted proposal by mall) Voting for the motion: Mr. I f
'Sell KNAPP SHOES full or part Talquin Ele. Coop. 6.271Raker ; cash, the following described against the motion and stat- MovedbyMr. Paulk, seconded Strickland, Mr. Posey, Mr. f
If You Need. time. Earn$25 to $150 a weekon Lumber Co. 128.34; property II i t u a t c in Wakulla. ed as his reasons: by Mr. Strickland that Mr. Paulk and Mr. Roddenbcrry.

high commissions and bonus. C. W. Pelt, 137.72; J. C. County, Florida, to-witi The motion in its inceptionwas Frozer and Mr. Holleman be MovedbyMr. Posey, seconded -
Office-Supplies Steady year-round business. Harvey, 125.85. Commence at the South- designed to mislead the invited to appear before the by Mr. Strickland that re-
Business Machines! Equipment furnished free. FORFEITUREW. east comer of Section 25, citizens of St. Marks. (The board again before a definite quests for leaves be grantedas
Office FurnitureSM Write to J. G. Clayton, Knapp FINE C Township 2 South, Range above mentionedresolutiol1was selection for a fiscal agent is follows:
or Tall Shoes, Brockton, Mass. R. Taff, Sheriff, 2,312.- 2 West, which is marked adopted the regular meetingof made. 1. Mrs. Geraldine H. Gow
2t-5/13.20. 49; Ellsworth Harvey, 5.25; by a concrete monumentand the Board held on the 19th Voting for the motion Mr. dy-Maternity leave
RANEY WHALEYat Charles Tucker, 5.25; Wright run thence North 00& of April 1965.) Strickland Mr. 1965-66 school leave.
Posey Mr.
Alexander, 5.25; D. W. Mc- 30'47" East along the Sec- The Board met informallywith Paulk and Mr. 2. Mr. R. H. Carter An-
LEGAL :NOTICESIn Kenzie, 6.00; O. E. Herrington tion line 95.25 feet to the the Assistant State Audi- Bids on Milk Roddcnberry.to be furnishedthe nual leave May 17-21,

CAPITAL OFFICE the Court of the County 6.00; Griffin Willis, 6.50; centerline of State Road tors and discussed records and schools for the 1965 -66 1965.
EQUIPMENT CO. Judge Wakulla County, I Troy Eubanks, 5.50; L. D. No. 373; thence run North other operating proceedures of school 3. Mrs. Bonnie Glisson, per-
Florida. In Probate.IN Taylor, 5.25; Tillman Smith, S427'13" West along said the County Government. year were opened. Bids sonal sick leave for the
31} South Adam St were received from the follow-
Corner E. PensacolaTALLAHASSEE REi Estate ofLuretta 5.25; Terry Harris, 6.50; Dill centerline, 1610.77 feet, The Board authorized the ing firms remainder of the 1964-65
Council 6.00 S. Fer- thence 56'47"
John run North 00
nORmA E. Patterson, ; Clerk to proceed with settingup 1. Velda Dairy $.0625 school year.
rell 6.50 J. H. Hudson East 60.53 feet to iron per
Deceased. ; an new payroll system on a 1/2 pint. Voting for the motion: Mr.
To All Creditors and Persons 332.00. pipe on the Northerly right- trial basis to commence at the 2. Sunshine State Dairyman's Strickland, Mr. Pa ulk, Mr.
of-way line of said State
GENERAL FUND of next fiscal Posey and Mr. Roddenberry.
Demands .0625
Having Claims or Road 373 which is the Cooperation $ per
Willard Carter 179.32 The would require open- Moved by Mr. Strickland,
Against Said Estate ; Ralph system 1/2 pint.
I.F.ON SEPTIC TANK point of beginning. From
SERVICE You and each of you are here- Strickland, 188.00; George said point of beginning con- ing a separate payroll bank ac- 3. Borden Daily $.0625 per the seconded following by teachers Mr. Posey be hired that

by notified and required to pre- Young, 184.75; William D. tinue North 0056'47' East, count. 1/2 pint.
-'- Walker 184.75 Davis The Board authorized the Moved for the 1965-66 school year:
John Mr.
sent any claims and demands ; 2 72.85 feet to an iron by Strickland, seconded -
Clean OutRepair which you, or either of you, 200.00; Moody Pearce, 400.- thence run South 8920U3 pipe, County Agent to attend 4H by Mr. Paulk that the BUCKHORN SCHOOL
may have against the estate of 00; Emmett C. Ferrell, 351.- East, 487.95 feet to an iron Congress in Gainesville and bids for milk be tabled inasmuch 1. Miss Sylvia PriceCRAWFORDVILLE

New Installation Luretta E. Patterson, deceased, 21;J. M. Cwin, 382.28; New- pipe; thence run South 00 agreed toexpenses in theamount as all bids are identical, SCHOOL
of for 4H 1. Mr. Erdman West III Mr.
The Best For Lest!' late of ta id County to the man Harper, 188.00; Shcryl 39'47"West 614.15 feet to $100.00 and are therefore unacceptableto (
Ferrell 169. 75j Margaret W. members. The above actionwas the board. West appointed effectiveas
County Judge of Wakulla Coun- ; the Northerly right-of-way
TelephoneTallahassee ty, Florida, at his office in the High, 152.66; Johnie Lim- line of State Road 373; on the motion of Commissioner Voting for the motion Mr. of April 14, 1965. )
Walker and the second of 2. Miss Coral Lee Mills
baugh, 184.75 Lois P. Willis Strickland Mr. Mr.
court house of said County at ; thence run North 54 27'13 Posey,
ee 877.1773: Crawfordville, Florida, withinsix 184.75; J. H. Hudson, 94.00; West along said Northerly Commissioner Young. Paulk, Mr. Roddcnberry.MovedbyMr. 3. Mr. ElmerCokerAppoint(
sifter 6:00: p.m. calendar months from the Dorothy E. Nazworth, 87.37j; right-of-way line, 596.90 The Board approved the vouchers Posey, seconded ment of Mr. Coker effect-
time of the first publication of W. May Walker, 4.62; HughM. feet to the point of begin- before them and directed by Mr. Strickland that the ive July 1, 1965. )
thisnotice. Two copies of each Taylor. 4.62; Ben C. Wil- ning. The parcel contains that warrants be Issued in pay- board adjourn. 4. Mr. Willie Ray Pigott

Dees Barber claim or demand shall be in lis, 4.62; Cuyte P. McCord, 5.0 acres, more or less, ment therefor. Voting for the motion Mr. 5. Mrs. Mary Nelda Russ I
ShopFOUR writing and shall state the Jr. 4.62; William D. Hop- lying and being in Wakulla There being no further business Strickland, Mr. Posey, Mr. 6. Mrs. Nancy Scott
kins 6.16 Morrison coming to the attention of Paulk and Mr. 7. Mrs. Betty Ann Oxley
place of residence and post office ; Harry County, Florida, Roddenberry.
4.62 C. Cox 5.55 the Board, the same was adjourned 8. Mrs. Johnnie Helms
address of the claimant, ; ; pursuant to final decree of S. E.
POINTS the motion of Com- Roddenbcrry, 9. Mrs. Mary Martin
Helen Bosenberg 12.95 R. on
and shall be sworn to by the ; foreclosure entered May 11, Chairman
missioner Strickland. 10. Mr. Robert Martin
claimant his agent, or attor- W. Ervin. III, 25.00; U. R. 1965, inthe
above-styled case
BOYS HAIR CUTS $1.00 E. Whaley 11. Mrs. RossFossSHADEVILLE
Lawhon 120. 77 N. S. Brown Willard Carter ,
ney and accompanied by a filIng ; pending in said Court. Approved: SuperintendentNOTICE
fee of one dollar and such 88.77; George L. Harper, Dated this lids day of May, Chairman SCHOOL
OPEN TIL claim or demand not so filed 550.00; Mrs. George NesMith, 1965. Attest Moody Pearce, 1. Mrs. Betty C. Farmer
800P.M, FRIDAYS shall be void. 100.00; Jlmmie I B. Dykes, /MOODY PEARCEAs Clerk 2. Miss Doris M. Jones I
55.42; L. D. Taylor, 323.33; 3. Mrs. Dorothy M. Mosley
Dave Patterson, As Admin- Clerk of tIle Circuit Courtin SOPCHOPPY SCHOOL
Green 187.-
Ray E. Compt. I
GRADY WIHTFIEID istrator Cum Testamento 13; OASI Fund, 108,87Am-; and for Wakulla Comity, 1. Mr. Larry Dean
Annexe the Estate of Lu- Florida. I
2. Miss Palmira Simmons
erican Heritage Ins. 35.42;
rctta E. Patterson, Witholding Tax A/C, 166.85; Byi Johnie Llmbaugli, 3. Miss Annie Ruth Turner I

DEE COOK, OwnerWE deceased. Hilda Stewart, 10.00; Doris Deputy Clerk. 4. Mrs. Joan K. Ledebur I

CUE S&H GREEN STAMPS 4t-5/ Cwln, 100.00; Fred Keithley, 5/13. J 5. Mrs. Jeanette Mateer
6.00; Woodvillc Lumber Co. SPECIALS FBI, SAT, MON AND TUBS. 6. Mr. Robert Greener

97.02; Talquin Electric Coop. 7. Mrs. Jackie Busch
1.00; M idye tte Moor Ins NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR 8. Mr. Lester Nell Deese

i 1 -..;:.::::' 312. 8611.; C!; W.B. Drew Co. TAX DEED CokuM. 9. Mr. Walter Eugene Boone
GLARE'SSHOP clfIt) O .IdhsBitl 81.28; Southeastern. Co. Sec. 194,36. F.S. ; 49c ST. MARKS SCHOOL
SUGAR,5lbs. . .
23.65; Capital Office Equip. 1. Mrs. Bonnie Clisson
Co. 44.32; Lanicr Systems NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 2. Mrs. Maxine Caskin effective -

t, -i Corp. 54.31) Gen. Office that A. L. PORTER, the holdI I March 25, 1965. i
/. Equip. 12.30; Fla. Power er of the following certificateshas COUNTY-WIDE ,
Establish my footsteps in Corp. 4.20; Vause Construc- filed said certificates for a MAXWEl.l. HOUSE 1. Mrs. Ann Turner Burks I

word. (Psalms 119:133). tion Co. 200.00; W. S. Sch- tax deed to be issued thereon. lib.! 79c County Modem Language ;
EARLY AMERICAN thy ley, 122.00; Annie Gray, The certificate numbers and COFFEE . can Teacher. t

FRENCH PRPV1VCIAI We may see evidence of disorder 80.00; Ann Moore, 9.00; S. years of issuance, the description Voting for the motion!: Mr.
VICTORIAN in our life and affairs J. Harrell 139,56A. W. of the property, and the FRYERS' grade "A", lb. 29c Strickland, Mr. Posey, Mr. i

FURNITURE but we do not need to continue McKenzie, 100.56; C. C. Ro- names in which it was assessedare Paulk, Mr. Roddenberry. ,

in the pattern that berts, 117.44; Ray E. Green, as follows: T-BONE STEAK lb. 69c Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded .
Phone 385-1222 : brought it about Turn to God Compt. 26.70; OASI Fund, Certificate No. 1 by Mr. Strickland that the f
1901 N. Monroe St. Him Know 24.24; L. L. Roberts Ser Year of Issuance 1963 resignation of Mrs. Jean Rho- I
and rely wholly on Slices 89c
HAM Center
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA Sta. 93.88; Tallahassee Auto Description Property As per . den be accepted.
that everything that concernsus Parts Co. 9.84; H. C W. Deed Book 7, Page 74, in Sec. Voting for the motion Mr.
balance -
is brought into perfect Company, 452.22; C. White, 3, 3S-1W. Strickland Mr. Mr.
I Posey,
by His orderly action 146.25; H. C. Cartter, 109.- I Name in which assessed Effie Spring Farm Evap. MILK, 3 for 39c Paulk and Mr. Roddenberry.
Let God guide us. 50. Smith.
Moved by Mr Paulk, seconded -

I I _L. the All County of said of property Wakulla! being, Stateof in BANANAS . 2 Ibs. 25c by Mr.of Mr.Posey David that Collings the resignation -

Florida. be
TallahiMct Uiuincm Firm Unless such certificate or B I S CUI I T SlIolE.IA1U: : : 3 for 25c Voting accepted.for the motion Mr. t
shall be redeemed
Strickland Mr. Mr.
according to law the property Paulk and Mr. Roddenberry. I

DIRECTORYPatorniM described certificates in will such be certificate sold to the or TUNA FISH 3 6iOZ. CANS 99t Bids trailer were opened at the bus on the garage.surplus I

highest bidder at the court The bids were as follows:

Then Advertisers in house Month door of on J'ily the, first 1965 Monday, whichis WE NOW HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF KODAK( FILM 2.1. J.Willard D. Turner $ 18.95
the 5th day of July, 1965. AND ALSO DEVELOPING SERVICE AVAILABLEWE 3. Maurice Barron12.95
Dated this 11th day of May,
1965. Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded -
F R M by Mr. Paulk that the

,a r+w Little Folks Inc Store, O. I I. GRAMLING Clerk Moody of Pearce Circuit Court of NOW HAVE A FULL LINE OF acceptance be tabled.of bids on the trailer -

FEEDSFlint i "Th Capital Wakulla County, Florida BULK SEED & FERTILIZERSHOP Voting for the motion Mr.
Major for Minors"CAldra' & CO. 4t-5/
Strickland, Mr. Paulk, Mr.
Furniture Toy*,
Gomtt. lobbies On-Stop Service for Posey and Mr. Roddenberry.
:,' River Mills Baby Aeetnonn,. FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry My Neighbors AND SAVE Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded -

Mil S. lIon_ ,ph. J23.0274LgM 133 N. Monroe St .!h_. 2221146t : by Mr. Strickland that the
Supplies board accept the bid of Uri-

;' Garden ToolsSo. FISHING SUPPLIES & versal Seating Company, Jacksonville -
Florida, for furnish-
Adam, at S.A.LR.R.Cr.lal EARTHWORMS ing all equipment items listed
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i f Baker-Alford Co. onN.D.E.A. Project No. 365-
Phone 223.0173 65-5as their bid of $1,432.70
I TJU fort tf W wasthe lowest
PIGOTT'S STORE and best bid fora
: Anything for e rf
your auto truck combination of all items.
Wngkt **4 Regular or tractor Alto for your powr l MEHAHT Voting for the motion
r. c_.,. plotki ...I lawnmower, and much for your nod Strickland Mr.
boat .. Mr. Posey, Mr.
,; Hanson, Wood and 208 N. Adams St. Ph 222.3380es. Paulk, and Mr. Roddenberry.
HOW STAMPS MovedbyMr. Paulk seconded -
Hoe) Ind; Inc. ,
S. Adams St. at 4-Pointi Capital Stone Co. by Mr. Posey that bills be ,
paid as presented all for the
1 Sine 1908 .
,Tal. 222-5840 P. O. Box **1 motion. J

MARBLE '- GRANITE Starry Eyed Voting for the motion Mr. I
--.---.---- BRONZE "Let us spray..." Strickland, Mr. Paulk, Mr.

MEMORIALS A i. that 'all@d .tar" Phlox. Ti,. Posey and Mr. Roddenberry. I

CMMtery Workff AU Tjt petals or each little bloom Moved byMr. Posey. second- I
Yaw .+ GOVERNMENT COMPETITION pointed at the tlpa Instead are edbyMr.. Paulk that the meetIng -. I
606 W. Galiua St-Ttl. 223-0719 -: "Since President gently rounded thus Riving or adjourn.

Inc Walter r. Buehaa, Mgr. Eisenhower left office the gov effect or myriad atara. A I@.te\l) the Voting for the motion Mr.

ernment's investment in activities Twinkle.strain Is. .PPI'oprlate'' l'allt'\I Strickland, Mr. Pa ulk, Mr. ,
,/MHWIM .u Bowel.'i that compete with Posey and Mr. Roddenberry '''I

S14 8. Adama St.-Ttl. 223-4480 private business has been Increased M are These rametlmei delightful of small towers S. E. Roddenberry, i
by more than $2 billion 4. ) ometlme. patterned a single color| Chairman

," said Sen. Wallace F. t color on a ground of with a on. William E. Whaley, i
I An iinuiual form of the easily hu. I&'ood Superintendent
Bennett (R.-UJah). Always lheyr dl'l\l-atl'l\
-- grown mnltl.hlll'd: annual phlox fragrant

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THE AMOUNT DUE FOR Mrs. Mack J. Smith Lot 60 Elk 3.47
TO SAME TOGETHER WITH TIlE COST OF SUCH SALE Clifton E. Cushman Lot 1 Elk 16 3...
1ST 19 Elk
DAY M. Lot
OF Tracy 3.47
D. 1965, AT TIlE HOUR OF 1200 0'-
COURTHOUSE DOOR IN THE COUNTY Raleigh W. Morri90n Lot 17 Elk 3.
FORDVIU.E, STATE OF FLORIDA. John C Elizabeth Gilbert Lot 21 Elk 17 3.47

Franklin Thurman C T Beck Lot 24 Blk 17 3.47 i
JAMES M. CWIN, TAX COLLECTOR Oliver to C Louise Tudor Lot 26 BUt 17 3.47 ;
AMOUNT Lot 47 Elk 18
Charles Richard Bays 3.47
ACRES DUE Lottie Kitchen Lot 75 Elk 18 3.47 I.
Clifford L C Eloise Kelly 1/2 ac. In the above deSCriItlon In R. Bennett Lot 22 Elk 19 3.47
Sec. 202S IE 1/2 32.90 Jose
Kenneth E. Thomas N-1/2 or SW-1/4, of Sec. 30 2S IE 80 15.83 Keel, Jr. Lot 8 Elk 20 3.47
Kenneth E. Thomas N-1/2 of NE-1/4l of Sec. 32 and the N-1/2 of James C Bertha Wilson Lot 30 Elk 20 3.47
NWT 1/4 of Sec. J2 2S IE 160 31.415 Hollis C IdeU Hughes Lot 43 Elk 20 3.Anselm .

Wle Smith As per.DR 7 P.74. In Sec. 3 3S lW I 1.62 Franle Brooks F. Stenberg Lot Lot 44 58 Elk BUt 20 20 3.47 3.47

isaiah Thomas West 15 acres of N-1/2 of S-1/2 of NW.1/4 of Catherine & Garland Huffman Lot 66 BUt 20 3.47

Sec. 15 3S lW IS 5.09 D. to Thomas, Jr. Lot 15 Elk 21 3.47
Blanche R. Sanders E-1/2 of 5 acres in NW-1/4 of NW.1/4 of Sec. Melvin J.. UCkert Lot 71 Blk 21 3.47

18 3S lW 2.1/2 3.55 Jack Dunn Lot 75 Elk 21 3.47
Beatrice L Flechtner 1/2 acre of land lying In N-1/2 of 5&01/4 of Ralph Newman Lot 3 Elk 22 3.47
NEa1/4, Sec. 18 35 1W 1/2 63.80 Evelyn Breedin Lot 7 Blk 22
Mid-State Investment Raymond C. Martin Lots 39 and 40 Elk 22 5.94
Corp. As per DB 5S P-51 In Sec. 1935 lW 1/2 16.45 Abe R. Dejager Lot 59 Elk 22 3.47
Ott and Susie Caraway DB 57 P-8 In Sec. 21 3S lW 1 2:55: Esther I. Yarberry Lot 14 Blk 23 3.47 3.47

Eddie Hughes Commencing at SE corner of NW-1/4 of lot Terry Glenn Camp Lot 17 Elk 23 3.47
7 Hartsfield Survey 7-1./2 5.09 Howard E. Carpentar Lot 26 Elk 23 3.47
Unknown In SE comer of S-1/2 of S-1/2 of NW-1/4 of William F. Miller Lot 29 BUt 23 3.47W.
Lot 23 Hartsfjeld Survey 4 2.93 Jean P. Brewer Lot 48 Blk 23 3.47
Noah P. Harvey BD 60 P-391 In Lot 24 Hartsfield Survey 1/4 10.27 D. Ellis Lot 54 Blk 23
Jay Sal Development Co. DB 53 P-235 In Lot 36 Hartsfield Survey 60 12.12 Caren Moletech Lot 2 Blk 24 3.47 3.47

Ben Stoutamire Lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, II, 30 to 36 Incl. Lyle Williams Lot 20 Elk 24 '3.47Robert
unrecorded subd. of lot 41 and 42 Hartsfield Stella M. Comer Lot 34 Elk 24 3.47
Survey 21.54A. W. C Mae Towler Lot 38 Elk 24
L Brown DB 55 P-35 In Lot 43 Hartsfield Survey 2 2,55 J. P. Booth Lot 41 Elk 21 5.94
Heirs of A. 1. Tully In W-1/2 of NW-1/4 of Lot 76 less 2/6 Charles J. 6 Anna Schneider Lou 31 and 32 Elk 25 3.47
Interest Hartsfield Survey 30 8. 18 Daniel Pope, Jr.. Lot 33 Elk 25 3.47Sherry
Heirs 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 J,. Blair Lot 55 Elk 25 3.47
Malcolm. and Laura E. Randolph Broache Lot 73 Elk 25 3.47 .
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 Elk 26 3.47Serge
Roy and Willie Mae Vernon and May Carter Lot 52 Elk 26 3.47
Simmons 6 acres In NW comer of Lot 102 English C Howard Baker Lot 65 Elk 26
Hartsfield Survey 6 3.55 George Lilly Lot 50 Elk 5 Unit 11 3.47 3.47
North Shore Bank of Mrs. J. Hubert Griffin Lot 17 BUt 9 Unit 11

Miami DB 49 P-I92, aU of Lot 104 Hartsfield Survey 360 94.70 MAGNOLIA GARDENS
North Shore Bank DB 49 P-I92, lots 114 and 115 of HS less land 5.94
sold, containing 640 acres (this Included Katie C Allie Vann Lots 11 and 12 Blk A 3.47
Boggy Wand 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
1 Mrs. Annie Kemp Lot 1 of B. H. Rogers Subd. 81 shown by map Hazel Plpella Lot 45 Blk A 3.47
I or plat of said land of records on P-37 of DB 33 Ronald to Rockhill Lot 50 Blk A 3.47F.
i In Lot 115 of Hartsfield Survey 5.85I Kenneth Silke Lot 60 Blk A 3.47
I James H. Morgan Lot 15 In Alton Willis Subd. In Lot 115, Mark C Marie Rhoades Lot 6S Elk 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.renler Lot 96 Elk A 3.47Mrs.
Heirs of L S. Tully SE-1/4 of SE-1/4, less 13 acres to A. E. Joseph W.failcy Lot 111 Blk A 3.47
Tully In Sec. 2535 2W 27 7.25 Hannah Gilbert Lot 115 Elk A 3.47
B. & P. Inc. A lot ds by 55 yds in E4 of SE-1/4, Joyce Louise Land Lot 117 BlkA 3.47
DB P-207 in Sec. 26 3S 2W 3.55 Archie Braden Lot 134 Blk A 3.47
Heirs of Nancy Allen Lot 4 of Donaldson Et less 1 acre In SW Raburn Crowe Lot 147 Blk A 3.47Willie
cor. less 1 acre In NE corner DB 47 P-19 In Johnnie Ruth MIxon Lot 151 Blk A 3.47
Sec. 12 45 2W 15 6.09 R. C Carthel Yates Lot 1 Blk B 3.47
Louie Hartsfield and Willie R. C Carthel Yates Lot 26 Elk B

Daisy White SE-1/4 of NEal/4 of SW-1/4, of Sec. 25 4S 2W 10 5.09 Charles H. Moll Lot 3 Elk C 3.47 3.47
I W. D. C Nannle Bowen DB 54 P-307 In Sec. 25 4S 2W 4 7. 18 Mrs. Delarce Mauk Lot 24 Elk C 3.47
Nannie Bett Jones N-1/2 of SE-1/4 of NEa1/4 of Sec. 26 less 35 George Teyssier, Jr. Lot 38 Elk D 3.47
Ralph E. C Mary Weaver Lot 46 Elk D
acres of Sec. 26 4S 2W 158.7 32.9C 3.47'
Royal Caraway 1 1/13 acres In W-1/2 of SE-1/4 NW-1/4 of Edna Ottendorfer Lot 47 Elk D 3.47 i 1
Lot 48 BUt D
Sec. 1 5S 2W 11113 17.45 Gaston Rehn 3.47
to C Richard Homer Lot 31 Elk E
Carl Lee Daniel DB 56 P-S36 In Sec. 3 5S 2W 1/2 16.45 Mary Allen Criffin Lot 6 Blk F 3.47

Susie Taylor DB 54 P-497 In above Description In Sec. Pinkney W. C Margaret Wills Lot 10 BUt F 3.47
35S2W 1 2.93 3.47
Thomas E. Balyburton Lot 11 Elk F
Mid-State Homes, Inc. SO x 75' In NE.1/4 of SE-1/4 OR 2 P525In William 1<. Hamm Lot 33 Elk F 3.47
Sec. 3552W 17.45 Lot 34 Elk F 3.47
Harold E. Shoup, Jr.
Roy Revell 1.12 acres In SE-1/4, OR 4 P-444ln Sec. Esther Hutchimoon Lot 15 Elk H 3.47C.

3552W 1.12 5.09Alfred N. Youngblood Lot 41 Elk I 3.47
Revell 1/2 acres In SE-1/4 OR 4 P-447 In Sec. 3 Catherine
5S 2W 1/2 3.55 Henry Reed, Lot 48 Blk J 3.47
James L Johnson N-1/2 of Sr.-1/4 of SW-1/4 of Sec. 355 2W 9 2.85 Russell Meyers Lot 2 Blk K 3.41

i Mid-State Homes, Inc. :: Sec.pe r ::::;,79, a parcel of land 75 x 300' 26.72Lou Leonard Talmadge E.and Hancock Newell Beck Lot Lot 8 11 Elk Elk K K 3.41 3.47

Mitchell Smith DB 38 P-207 In Sec. 6 5S 2W 15.1 4.09 Cherry JtWon Lot 15 BUt K 3.47
Marion SE of See 6 Cont. 3.47
Green Commence at corner Robert L Shook Lot 25 Elk K
15.1 acres mil and being situation In the Gilbert ROWldtree Lot 5 Elk L 3.47
SE-1/4 of Sec. 6 SS 2W 15.1 6.09 Gerald E. Paralette Lots 11 and 12 Elk L 5.94
Prince Green DB 38 P-2071n SEa1/4 of Sec. 655 2W 15.1 4.09Mila Elizabeth S. White Lot 13 Elk L 3.47Wallis
Adams Begin at the SE comer of Sec. 6 run N 25 E. Henderson Lot 35 Elk L 3.47
chs the Eastern boundary line of said 3.47
along Leonard D. C Louise Thorp Lot 47 Elk L
Sec. 6 and then run W 6.04 cl1s, thence William T. McDaniels Lot 16 Elk M 3.47
S 25 cbs, thence E along the Southern boundary Edna C Wilson Brittingham Lot 22 Elk M 3.47
of said Sec. 6, the distance of 6.04 cl1s to the
Pittman Sophia Jerry
pob containing sI2 acres m/1 and being in the Hens ley, Lot 33 ilk N 3.47
SE4/4 15.1 11.09
of Sec. 6 Eugenia H. Stelmach Lot 8 RUe N 3.47
Cumbie and Sallie White Dd 57 P-242 In Sec. 755 2W 2 8.72 Leslie D. Johnston Lot 24 Elk N 3.47
Sallie Allen White On E side of the NW-1/4 of Sec. 755 2W 10.27 Ruby M. Wilhite Lot 38 B1k N 3.47
John Price All of SEa1/4 of NW-1/4lying S of State Rd 10, Nellie Armstrong Lot 45 Elk N 3.47Mrs.
containing 1/2 acre also 5 acres lying In NE Cleo Hall Lot 51 Elk N 3.47
comer of NE-1/4 of SW-1/4 of Sec. 755 2W 5-1/2 5.85 Mrs. A. Brink Lot 53 Elk N 3.47
Mid-State Homes, Inc. DB 60 P-188 In Sec. 7 5S 2W .42 10.27 Claude Rwnford Lot 1 Elk 0 3.47
Hampton Rosier 1 acre In SEa1/4 of NEa1/4, OR 2 P948In Ben Shelton Lot 24 Elk 0 3.41
Sec. 7 5S 2W 1 5.09West G. A. Baker Lot 35 Blk 0 3.47
Florida Enterprises That part of SE-1/4 of NW-1/4 lying S of Jewel M. Arnett Lot 9 Elk P 3.47
State Rd 10, containing 9-112 acres mil Dalton Judd Lot 27 Elk P 3.47
also 5 acres mil lying In NE comer of NE-1/4 Howard Bamthouse Lot 29 Elk P 3.41
of SE-1/4 of Sec. 7552W 14-1/2 10.18 Sarah J. Grieves Lot 34 Elk P 3.47
Joe Priest, Inc. DB 61 P-424 In Sec. 2 and sometime bown as Reynaldo F. Hemandes Lot 37 Elk P 3.47
Sec. lln Sec. 1 6S 2W 32.90Ted Julia W. C Sybil Tucker Lot 47 Elk P 3.47
E. Phillips DB 56 P-223 In Sec. 1 65 2W 1/4 7.18 Delano Stumbo Lot 4 Elk Q 3.47
Ted E. Phillips DB 56 P-225 In Sec. 1 6S 2W 5.05 16.45 Jack FusseU Lot 9 Elk Q 3.47
Floyd W. Williams DB 35 P-S37 In Sec. 1 6S 2W 1/2 38.08R. Hugh Tyre Lot 3 Elk R 3.47

J. Edwards Begin at a culvert on SAL RR on a branch In Norman C Joan Stephens Lot 4 Elk R 3.47
Sec. I, then running southward along E boundary Ranele C. McKInney Lots 18 and 19 Blk R 5.94
of said rd 440 ft. thence S 51 dgs E 371 ft., Lillian C Joseph Allen Lot 13 Elk 1 Crelners Addition 3.47
thence N 11-1/2 dgs W 502 ft to a branch thence Lillian and Joseph Allen Lots 2 and 24 Blk 2 Creiners Addition 8.42
100 ft to R/W of said rd culvert to pob, containing Alice cfnd Ray Hutton Lot 51h lk 3 Greiner, Addition 3.47
2-1/2 acres lying partly In Sec. 1 C 12, 08S8 William B. Miller Lot 19 Elk 3 Crelners Addition 3.47

P-26 in Sec. 12 5S 3W ..2 18.27W. James H. Haren Lot 8 Elk 5 Creiners Addition 3.47

R. Yates In M-i/.of SW-1/4, DB 59 P 168 in Sec. 2355 3W :27 16.45 5.09: Thomas W. Todd Lot 23 Elk 6 Crelners Addition 3.47 3.47

George W. Gibbs DB 55 P-15 In Sec. 13 3S 5W 7.18 Annie 5. C Craig Mullen Lot 1 Elk 7 Greiners Addition 3.47
C. T. Davis OR 2 P 8970 x 100 In Sec. 13 3S 5W 4:09: Lawrence E. Crouch Lot 6 Elk 7 Grelners Addition 3.47
Josephine Mayson DB 15 P 221 East Goose Creek 1.62 Joseph He C Grace Stevens Lot 3 Elk 9 Creiners Addition 3.47Lonnie
Unknown Lot 12 Sq. 4 Town of Wanda L P. Bostwick Lot 9 Elk 14 Crelners Addition
Unknown Loti 7' 10 and 11 Sq. 6 Town of Waneta 2.24 3.47 Dispennette Iota 1,lddtio: 4, 5' 6, 7 8, 9 and 10 Blk C 15.90

Unknown lots 8 and_10 Sq. 11.Town of Waneta 16:45: Rakers to Crawordville 2.55W.
Tom Hawkins Lot 101 Town Newport 7.18Mary Helen Strickland Huff Lot 4 Elk 14 Town of Shady Sea 4.09
Louise Shufford Lots 8 and 9 Blk A Town of E. St. Marks to Carter Lot 8 Elk 8 Wi lIe Subdivision 31.90R.
Hazel McFadden Lots 1 to 12 Inclusive Elk B Town of St. Marks 19.54 Peggy C James Brooks Lots 42, 47, 48 Elk 12 Town of Sopchoppy 31.90R.
of St. Marks P.72 Lou 52 to 57 Elk 14 Town of Sopchoppy E. Side
1 25 Town Waltbal
Lots C 2 Blk .
Ben t Lucille Stoutamire East Side
lot 6S
68 It of
5.33 DB 60 P-314 103 It by part
Thomas Ashton Lot 13 Blk 26 Town of St. Marks 7'18 Walthal A. per 25.72
30 Town of St. Marks Town of 5opchoppy
Louise Lot 3 ilk 4.09
and 66 Town of Sop choppy W. Side
7.18A. Lou 6S
Ben Stoutamlre fotJ 4d 6 Blk 34 Town of St. Marks Audie Langston 16.45
of Panacea
Lot 64 Elk 6
A. Paft'ish Lots 14, 15 and 16 Blk H Shields SuM. 62.80. Ashmore J. H. Hudson Brothers Iota 1, 2 and 3 Elk 8 Town of Panacea 62.80.
St. Marks 3 ..90WAKULLA Metcalf lots 4 and 11 Elk 11 Town of Panacea
Mid-State Homes C Corp. 100' by 198' in DB 61 P 123 Town of Arran Unknown Lot 14 Elk 14 Town of Panacea 4.09
_GARDENS John Price & Gilbert Langston Lot 10 Elk 19 Town of Panacea 4.09Bevis
3.47John Worth Moore 8 R. White Lot 1 Elk 24 Town of Panacea
Redmond C Jessie Morris Lot 60 Elk 1 5.94 Shell Homes Inc. Lot 6 Blk 27 Town of Panacea 25.n
W. C Ostlne Hogan Lou 32 and 33 Elk 4 3.47 Raimes, N-1/2 of Lot 7 and 8 DB 55 P 174 Ilk E North Town of Panacea 11.27
William Guy
Calvin A. Jone. Lot 35 Blk 4 Vida Subd. 4.09
3.47 R. C Madeline Dasher Lot 5 Elk E Aqua De
W. Coppeck Lot 45 Blk4 5.94 Julian Stewart Lou 31 and 32 Elk F Aqua De Vida Subd. 47.35
Edit Winston L. Betty
and 78 Ilk 4
lots 71 4.09Doyel
S. Weldon 3.47 James H. j arp1ty Lot lIS Blk H Aq.De VIda Subd.
William R. Codwin Lot 84 Elk 4 3.47 Tuninlon Lot 12 Elk M Aqua De Vida Subd. 4.09
Romona Godwin Lot 85 Blk 4 3.47 Alex Metcalf Lot 14 Elk N Aqua De Vida 41.35
Harvey and Annie Thompson Lot 11 Blk 5 3:47: Rudie W. ChrIstIan Lot 16 Elk N Aqua De Vida SuM. 4.09
Blanche J. Norris Lot 19 Blk 5 3.47 Clyde W. Blackman Lots 19 and 20 Elk 0 Aqua De Vida Subd. 7.18T.
Owen L Dyches Lot 8 B1k 6 3.47 D. C Clifford Terry Lou 21 Elk 0 Aqua De Vida Subd. 4.09C.
Joseph C Henrietta Petry Niee Lot 1031k 6 3.47 Hays Et a1 N-1/2 of Lot 26 and aU of Lot 27 Elk 0 Aqua De Vida Subd. 31.90:
Rawley C Dorothy CoodaU Lot 14 Blk 6 5.47Russell Fredrick C Leona Remick Lot 1 to 9 lad Elk U Aqua De Vida Subd. 28.81
J. I. C Lu1a Hill LotI 43 and 44 Blk 7 3:47: P. C. Kelly C Monroe Taylor Lot 19 Elk 2 Panacea Park 2.55
M. McMichael Lot 23 Blk 8 3.47 Unknown Lots 29 and 3S Elk 3 Panacea Park 4.09
Mrs. Fie B. Davis, Sr. Lot 24 Blk 8 3.47 Mrs. C. C. Thomas Lot 41 Elk 3 Panacea Park 2.55
Edward C Dorothy Znanler Lot 25 ilk 8 5.94 to C. Brown Lot 22 Blk 5 Town of Panacea Park 2.55
Opal R. Beck Lots 13 and 14 Blk 9 3.47 Emma Mae Cruse Lots 79 and 81 B1k 6 Town of Panacea Park 4.09Mid
Walter Haney Lot 33 Blk 9 3.47 State Homes, Inc. Lot 78 Elk 9 Town of Panacea Park 31.90
Lindley L C Irene Maples Lot 7 B1k 10 3.47 !William H. Anderson, Jr. Lou 80 and 82 Elk 9 Town of Panacea Park 16.45
Nova Dean Tyre Lot 24 Bile 10 5.94 Mrs. Josephine Mayson Lot 127 Elk 9 Town of Panacea Park 4.09
Claude C Julia Cooler Lots 28 and 29 ilk 10 3.94 Roy R. Jenkins Iota 134 and 136 Blk 14 Town of Panacea Park 4.09Mrs.
Leonard Kuehn Lot 35 BIle 10 3.41 A. to Yates Lets 19 and 20 B1k A Town of Surf 7.18
Opal A. Stewart Lot 36 Bile 10 3.47 Bessie Wells Lot 18 Blk D Town of Surf 16.45
Hilton L Willis Lot 6 Elk 11 5,94 Besets Wells Lot 2 Elk K Town of Surf 4.09
Billy MUle Lots 20 and :21 Blk 11 4.09Joe
3.47 T. W. Witherlnstan Lot 12 Elk L Town of Surf
Charlotte Irene Peacock Lot 7 B1k 12 3.47Reba Priest As per DB 54 51-1/4 of Tract 31 Sec. A Ochlockne. Shoves SliIcL 31.90
Joseph E. Fields Lot 17 B1k 12 3.47 Joe B. althall Lou SO and 1'1 Sec. B Ochlocime. Shores Subd. 25.72
II. Hancock Lot 29 Blk 12 3.47 c. F. C Diz. Davis Lot 11 See D Ochloclmee Shores Subd. 47.35John
I BrycelOD Co C Cary Malone Lot 46 Blk 12 5.94 M. Price Lot 27 Unit /1 Panacea Shores Subd. 13.36
Wilburn Craft Lots 41 and 42 B1k 13 3.47 J. Caret Lot 31 Unit 14 Panacea Shores Subd. 78.25
John-Aschibald G Robt. FrozIerLot 22 B1k 14 3.47 Jose MClaughlin Lot 3 Elk F. Rlvenbon HelghU Subd. 4.09
FlUabeth Wyatt Lot 30 B1k 14 3.47 Arthur H. Droman, Jr. Lot 3 Elk D River Bend Subd. 13.36
A_ Sandell Lot 34 B1k 14 3.47 Eldon D. Sellers Lot 30 BIte C River Bend Subd. 7.18
A. W. Pamore Lot 48 ilk 14 3.47 Ben StoIUm1re Lot 20 Ilk A Shell PoW Beach Subd. U.36
Mary Frances French Lot 69 Elk 14 3.47 Leaeton H. N"'I toe 2S Elk A West Pbird Subd J.1v( ._ Oak Island 56.62
Betty Cable Lot 57 Elk 14 3..lli
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Most needs do not com up T
overnight: although a few, like Do you know the tenets of What Fun! WAKULLA COUNTY NsJMTS
beans. seem to. The seeds of rowing beautiful morning< ,
most annual flowers take between lea? These see two Nick the \ Jellied Vegetable Sad! That's a Pie Sen. TapperTo THURSDAY
seeds with 1IIle before yon
a week and three weeks to >> .
germinate, BO don't be In a Filch plant them and selec a place roL. OPERA GUILD TO PRESENT
with soil to do the planting : /
poor t, MUSIC'Tallahassee
to replant a row. 'THE SOUND OF
Good, ilih Roll make the plants
The precise length of time It cR .,
... 0.,11. xdl/n Propose
vine and leaf rather than ;;
grow --
takes needs", to sprout depend ,..."'. i.. May 8 Florida -
on many condftlons such .. airtemperature produce flowersHeavenly State University's OperaCufldtodayaanouncedthe
of the soil and moll Dlue In the moat FORECAST FISHING

tore In the Mil All of these must are popular many morning other vailetleit glory but t'eaily there When I Porte Charlies iiimitl Tax Measure cast for its next production,

be Just right.e Oaten Is a beautiful white, Scan gets to in'tin' up and high riving The Sound of Music, which
e e lett OHaia a bright roseieil q"llIor01'1I1I1' below' 'treetop will be presented Monday and
lielelil I look for n "' 11\11118 In the Tuesday, June 7-8, in West-
e e e The
By Associated
\\ .Hhfi Auditorium
sin' ,. \\enlliei exeitx n ,powei Sen. George Tipper of Port The Sound of Music is basedon
Mil influent e on finning It beliomfH St Joe lays he'll propose a one a book by Howard Lindsay

NOTICE FISH FRY all or uH to make Galen.stied half per cent across the board add Russel Crouse suggested b\.
I / guesses at whatn In store retail tales tix The revenue "The Trapp Family Singers
foi, the next few honix 01 next I I would be earmarked for public by Maria Augusta Trapp. It
clay I
schools and teacher salaries traces Maria'. days in a con-

MAY 21st AT THE LIVE STOCK PAVILION < .. Though countrybred weather "If these bills pass," he laid vent, her experiences with the
._ o. "" entifie forecasting exactness may ,not note possess the fiah "I predict that within five years, Trapp children and the terrors

STARTING AT 6:00 P.M. This Jellied Vegetable Salad is jellied in a pie plate. It Ing experts at Mercury outboards Florida would be pushing for of the Nazi annexation of A us-
looks like pie. Cuts down in sleek like pie But I
wedge there la sufficient meritIn the honor of having the No. 1 tria.
the zesty taste is all its own crisp, crunchy raw vege- the homespun axioms to school system in the country" Taking the role of Maria
tables captured in seasoned that's 'frosted
snappily jelly make them a working part of Trappwill be Rosemary Mini-
by the CRAWFORDVILLE RANGERS with cottage cheese "Florida needs school money
Sponsored fisherman know-how. han of Lafayette La Mary
every t ,
The actual jelly itself is canned apple sauce firmed with to catch up and then more mon
Martin had the role in
lime Atmoxpliei p i r e H u i" es nee same
gelatin, flashed with lemon juice Makes an apple- ey to stay ahead Our state con
tangy base with plenty of zing for the vegetables positive Indicators of fotthconiIIIR the highly successful Broadway
SOFTBALL TEAM. stitution the state
In serving, place a nice big wedge on each ,n'vidual conditions (erliiIn plienomeiui ) says not presentation of the Rodgers and
plate, flanking it with greens. Most inviting, especially for occur In i"em tloii to these counties and municipalities, Hammerstein production. A
a meal on a warm day. And all wonderfully easy to do. vailoiis pienmiresI : shall provide free public schools. Miss Minihan had theroof

Proceeds to go to equip the ball team 1 package lime flavored 2 cups finely shredded .nflying birds, inmiillip This is the state's chance to : f'Eliza Doohttle in the

gelatin cabbage smoke hugging/ HIP /giniiml alllIItrnllll I help our schools." production of My Fair

I envelope plain gelatin 3 tablespoons chopped odors inilliiiip Ion barn Under his proposal, J junior I Lady
l'/i cups boiling water pimienlo metili piexsmeK and ate ometnof colleges would receive Miss Minihan, who Is completing -
/ cup lemon juice 2 cups cottage cheese an uppio idling Htoim for construction and her work toward a mas-
2 cups canned apple sauce 1 teaspoon grated lemon Conversely mnoke I hatIIII'I'II'hl'lI equipment ter of music degree in opera
only Elementary and high I
I diced
cup celery rind skyward anil heavy
production during Trimester
1 cup grated carrot Salt and pepper to taste dew; and I cobwebs Oil (lie RIHHH schools could use the m o n e y III-A five
rcup chopped green pepper Salad greens portend I H diy of ileai weather, transportation and teacher salaries sang principal op-
parts as an undergraduateat
Thoroughly mix the flavored and unflavored gelatins; ('Ion,I C'OIOI'lIlIt il.inn and sun University of Southwestern
-If'W"b/I" t-, IjflfFLORIDA ''' .04 a I :t.'.' :t--1 add boiling water and stir until dissolved. Stir in lemon net offer clues to tipinniiiiR ion' Louisiana. As graduate assistant -
juice and apple sauce; chill until thickened. Stir prepared lit Ions. With line respect to the
for the FSU
vegetables into thickened apple sauce mixture and turn time hoimieel l liniPihks, a red,| NEWS (costumer)
STATE into a lightly oiled 9" pie plate Chill until firm sky In the nioinlng/ doe hull SOCIAL SECURITY Opera Guild, she has costumed

When ready to serve, use a small spatula to loosen pie ('ate possible! Ktoinis: tin simp for Susannah, Carmen, Pagli-
all around edge dip pie plate in warm water and invert on red! sky (o' iiilnbott) at the Senior i citizens can look to acci and Tales of Hoffman
WEDNESDAY THRU SAT. WEDNESDAY THRU SAT. plate Shake to !loosen and remove pie plate Turn right side lose of day Is n elicit/ or i''IP' u'IngI / their social security district office Captain von Trapp will be
on plate. for the continuing friendly Fred Vorce of the
up serving I';\'PIIln Mix cottage cheese lemon rind and seasoning to taste. nut In fixhlng SIIIIPSS, beciuiHe and courteous service which School Music faculty. Act-
Spread cottage cheese over top of pie If desired, garnish It serves us uiiotliPi Inilluition they rightfully expect to receive ive In Opera Guild work,
with carrot curls, etc. Cut in wedges and serve with
parsley, or futineeuthei', .eneiallj. Walter Kchoe, social Vorce directed the production
Makes 6 luncheon 8 salad servings.
Robert Mitchum salad greens servings or folktale Buys. flxliliigx+ good,! security district manager in of My Fair Lady and Pagli-
Richard Widmark Carroll Baker when the wind I It fiom colitis o'wrest Tallahassee, said todolY, acci.
Carroll Baker \ I : pooihen fiom the east President Johnson has pro- He was chorus master for Car-
MISTER MOSES 01 north claimed May a special month men and Susannah last fall

CHEYENNE AUTUMN Keep a weather "eye" out, for the nation's senior citizens Betty Jane Grimm of the music
Traffic Law Violators Are advise the Mercury folks, and those over 65 who number faculty will take the role of the

learn to interpret nature nearly 19 million The ft" understanding Mother Abbess

Accident MakersTALLAHASSEE weather forecasts to your advantage sident has said that the hopes Other members of the cast include -

and problems of the jaed are i Jennifer Black of Mia- I
And don t forget Inile shared by us all and that it is mi Springs as Elsa Schraeder;

PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN "Traffic law violators are accident makers!" JIIMt('liaille His aches and pains up to us to help them. Sam Welch of Jacksonville,
might be
OUTDOOR ON WOODVIUE HWY. Florida Highway Patrol Commander H. N. Klrkman made this statement Rood rixhlng the' clue to the Kchoc pledged a renewed effort Max Dctweiler; Jack Simmons
}one been looking
today and backed It up with some convincing evidence for on behalf of the Tallahassee of Plant City as Rolf Cruber;

r "Records show," said Kirkman "that over 80 percent of fatal district office staff to maintain Joyce Graham of St. Peters-
THURS. FRI. SAT. THURS. FRI SAT. accidents involve violations of traffic laws by one or more drivers, the high level of service to burg as Liesl; Pat Crotty of

proving that traffic accidents don't happen, they are caused..and the public generally and to the Tallahassee as Sister Sophia;
often by willful disobedience or carelessness," Allpt..lltbll'/ mi glutton I senior citizens in particular. Patricia Dunscombe of Gaines
rOl' feitillzi'i. It hUll been "uiol| I
He stated that law enforcement agencies can't do the job alone. thul Service to the aged has beena ville, Sister Margaretta; Lynn
THE lAST MAN ON EARN "We need the support of the whole community In building greater most twice giiiileiieix"us ranch In could hulf 1'1'0'tlll..1' thepace byword at social security Rice of Tallahassee, Sister

HOW TO MURDER and respect for traffic laws A driver who doesn't know the law even If Ihl'Y1011101 via s' theirphuits since the first monthly retirement Bcrthe; Calen Irwin of Joplin,
YOUR WIFE hough he means well can foul up traffic pretty badly," Klrkman xiiin< lent fpitllUpi liiirc bene fits were paid 25 Missouri Admiral Von

THE UNEARTHLYand said, "and that goes for pedestrians too" ions UK to UHiillty| 'to lisp IIIP years ago, in January 1940. Schreiber. i
and The Patrol chief said that the number of traffic deaths and inJuries Oil HIP |lull'kiiM/ IfPiid Hit-in' Kchoe suggested that residents Trapp Children include Clay
THE PUMPKIN EATER on Florida highways would be reduced tremendously if every e over 65 who have not filed an Kucrsteiner, Kurt; Sharon Col-
THE DAY THE EARTH FROZE driver and pedestrian would accept his responsibility to know the application for social security lins, Brigitta; Pamela Vorce ,

traffic rules, and to comply with them. benefits might find it to their Marta Kelly Kuersteiner
advantage to get In touch with Cretl and Hal Shannon as

.... .....t I district office personnel to dis- Friedrick.
cussfilingan application. :This
is true even if the individualhas

Build Figure Elegance With "Spot Control"The I One not possible yet retired.advantage of SALES TAX

checking with social security COLLECTIONSTallahassee
made.to-measure idea in now is it may be that some
fashion I Is "In", Once a service benefits are payable even Sales tax col-

that only the wealthiest could though the person is still working lections in April based on
afford, It's now here for everybody Another advantage is that March business, totaled $25-

t iiither good news Is theexistence even if no payments can be 290,142.76 according to Ed
of made.
a to-measure made at this time, they can be Straughn, Directorof the Rev-
service which builds elegance
III started promptly at the time of enue Commission.This .
from Inside out giving: : the
retirement.. is an increase of $2-
gals who use It the bonus of amore
f\imoioim\ figure, achieved People over 65 interested in 574,867.66 over April a year
without i recourse to dieting: or learning more about social security ago or 11.33 per cent. The
lime.conmmiliiR exercising retirement benefits can fiscal year collections, July
Thin Spencer acrylic emits visit the office, located at 306 through April, total $ 216-
with the styling of the figure W. Jefferson Street, or they 482,202 or 12. 93 per cent over
Anyone who thinks thin will I can phone The number is the $191,682,914 collected
take nionttiH will be glad to know 222-3515. The staff will be during the same period last
that It cum be done In a mere to
MAKE glad answer any questions year.
seven minuted, In thin Ihol'tl'l'rloe" about the social security retirement Total collections from the

\\nniiin inn have her provisions.. St Wholesale tax on sporting
flKiiie mi ilysed by mean of
patented lenlylliiR and measur e A representative from this office goods, July through April,
will be at the Courthousein reached $1,128.282 for an Increase
the .
Inn Raiment Spencer ( .lamoilzei
YOUR 'd The expert figure ronnnlt Crawfordville the 2nd Fri- of 9.28% above the
i nut who does the job will then day of every month at 9:30 $727,150 collected in the same
Know net' 'xllC'lIy how a foumlatlon A. M. to assist persons in filinga period a year ago.
garment made to her precise. ( J h/A claim or wanting other information Gasoline tax collections for
I meism'emerlts can help coiled ( concerning social April totaled $14, 360, 299, 25,
her Incllvlcliiiil flume faults and security matters an increase of 7. 96% over the

HOME BIGGER, BETTER! silhouette give her a lovelier slimmer I $13,301,465.70 1964. for April ,

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The seemingly miiRlral ele
fluent It, nil thin In Spot Control. \ 1
a unique technique| for designing'
The time is now, before summer, to make your home an even better founclaton Raiments BO that support Brighten Potato Salad With Dill
III given In the exact pine'eswheie

place to live. With a little aid from us in the form of a loan, you'll be needs it.Ilehind,each Individual llguie

Spot Control U the

surprised how handsome your home can be made concept that the difference betvteen .

a trim, pretty figure/ and also outwear any ready made .. .......
nn iinnttrnrHvr one tiBiially lies foundation she could buy Be ..- -
In one 0, mine spw| 'IMc double cause' It hit, been rut and sewn ', ...
Bpots Most women know thin InBO to fit her re-ntyleil figure per. ,po
bill simply cannot do nny fertly, It Is not readily pulled out ,
thing nlmnt II A made.to-men. of shape by unnatural stresses
We sure foiniiliitloii garment with and Mtraliis This i Is also true
suggest take the if
you following steps you wish to improve Spot I'ontiol inn .- by re.alienIng for a made-to.measure bra

: posture. and piovlcllng extra To learn more about the Spen
your home. First check your home for all repairs or support In the problem areas, per Glamoilzer and made.to.
It'* a happy thought: for any measure service check your
worn in who has been bothered phone book or write to Anne
alterations that you wish to make. Second, compile a com by our of the prevalent figure' Spencer Box 1719, New Haven F

faults heavy thighs., mldilff Connecticut. Mont women who

plete estimate including material and labor costs. And last roll. 11111 cheat or swayback curve lo BO will b" pleasantly surprisedto
to know that there M n remedy 11'111'11+ that IhU way of achlev
for whit Kiln her shape! Ing a lovelier figure and the :
come to the bank with your information and apply for your !Moie than likely she' will Ills. ihlr.fiom.the.Inside.out look
cover that the miule.to-measure rosts very little more than
home fount) it Ion garment which gives the outlay for ready.made '
improvement loan. Our loan costs are reasonable. her inch a glunioroiw figure/ will fOil mln 1I0nl.I :..-.

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And you can repay monthly from income and take as long as Spring and summer are salad seasons Potato salad romes 1nl I

many version and styles but this one combines the simplicity of a
36 months to pay. Start improving your home today. well seasoned coin oil and vinegar dressing with an extra fllllp from
'1 the dill. rae fresh dill weed if. your garden affords It. or dry from
inultet all" hit customers
Grady your spice shelf The warm potatoes absorb the flavors and the crisp
Western Iceberg lettuce supply the added greens.


% cup water 1 teaspoon tarragon leave,
and friends to visit him In his new 1 envelope Knorr golden crushed

l location' 3: onion pounds soup potatoes (about I 1 teaspoon dill, fresh or dry
I medium /2.mall') % teaspoon celery seed
LEWIS STATE /t cup Mazola' corn oil: / teaspoon salt (about) I

BANKFlorida's I 2 tablespoons 'vinegar / teaspoon pepper

1 tablespoon light corn syrup Western Iceberg lettuce

I Pour water over soup mix In bowl. Let stand while preparing f
DEES BARBER SHOP other ingredients Cook potatoes In boiling water until tender
Oldest Combine corn oil. vinegar, corn syrup, tarragon, dill celery seed,
4 Point salt, pepper and soup mixture. Pare and slice potatoes Into large
bowl while still warm. Shake dressing well to
blend then over
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation .J HE, GIVE S t H GREEN STAMPS warm potatoes Toss lightly, Chill at least :3 hours, overnight pour possl
ble. Serve on lettuce Makes 10 servings.
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