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 20, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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COUNTYAt State Board of Health new funeral home with al' S

today reported 436 cases of modern facilities i has been 1

the Monday session of the food poisoning so far this year opened in Carrabelle by Mr. r rI N'
Senate the Governor's Bond Bill against 298 for the similar and Mrs. Royce L. Riley. The
for 4-lane highway construction period last year and warned spacious two-story building, [
passed with an amendment. that the number can increase carpeted throughout, locatedat

Senator George Tapper of the .-... with warmer weather unless the corner of N. Tallahassee5treetandAvenue I
5th District, offered an amend- I I .. ..., proper precautions are taken.A. "c" will ,I I II
'ment that included the 4-lan- | W. Morrison, Jr. director be known as the R. L. Rile;
ing of U. S. 98 from Medart to i j of the board's Division of Funeral Home and includes f.

Apalachicola. I Sanitation, said most foods chapel, casket display roorr, I .-..,..,_..,
This was one of the final a- spoil more quickly in hot and preparation room with a);
mendments that was offered by weather when away from refrigeration the newest and latest equip.. -r !
many of the Senators who were and that "some can mentknown to the embalm &

trying to have projects of their I become contaminated in only profession. The chapel features ;;&-
district Included.Sen. five hours by rapidly-multi modem lighting and solid _

Tapper told his collea- : plying bacteria". maple seating. The new fun-

gues that the 4-lanlng of U. S. j On outings he suggested that eral home w ill service Ffenklm e A189F4 iti
98 was the only salvation for foods be thoroughly chilled in and Wakulla Counties and of- ,

this area of the Big Bend. the refrigerator at home, then fers 24-hour ambulance service

He said that the AAA Motor DONALD L TUCKER TO put in a portable icebox with with oxygen equipped and air

Club and many oil companies plenty of ice.lfyouplan. conditioned i ambulances.Mr. .
refused to route tourists east of i sandwiches, Riley has 20 years ex .
Panama City because of the take along the fixings under perience as an embalmer anJ
Donald L. Tucker of Craw-
condition of U. S. 98 eastwardto I refrigeration and make them funeral director and has morti-
fordville, local attorney, businessman before mealtime "he
Perry. just cian licenses in both Florida
civic and church
Sen. Tapper stated that if said. "If you want potato sal- and Alabama. He graduatedin
S. 90 was 4-laned and leader, will be principal speak- ad, keep the dressing sealed 1949 from the Indiana College -

state 10 came south of 90, U.I er Friday the annualinstallation and the eggs and potatoes sep of Embalming and Mort
of the Wakulla
banquet arated until the last minute.
Franklin and Wakulla ) uary Science, Indianapolis..
would suffer tremendously in j County Jaycees, according tc Wash your hands. Don't mix Mr. Riley Is well known
: I
Parrish l-
Mallory chapter
foods with hands if
their economy. I dent. any your throughout the area and was
After passage of the bill with I you have a cut or scratch on formerly associated with fun-
the amendment, it will have to Parrish said the installationwill them. eralhomes In Apalachicola SENATOR GEORGE TAPPER SHOWN ABOVE ON THE: SENATE FLOOR AS HE EXPLAINED HIS NEED
go back to the House for final begin at 8:30 P.M. aboard "Use canned and bottled food and Panama City. He, his FOg:' HIS AMENDMENT TO TIlE GO\ HRNOR'S BOND PROGRAM. THE AMENDMENT CALLS FOR
the Tenneco house boat St.
passage. at whenever possible and open wife, and their three children, 4-LANINC U.S. 98 FROM MEDART TO APALACHICOLA.
Marks, Florida. these just before eating. Wa- Royce, Dale and Steve, are
James Joanos, Tallahassee termelon or other fruit will be members of the First Baptist \ n. ,,' '
LETTER TO vice president of Jaycee District better dessert than pastries Church. J. :' .
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2, is scheduled to install the especially any with cream fil- The public is cordially In- .'. .a"f." ,... : 'r" .
officers for 1965-66
following .
dear Friends : ling. Carrots and celery store vited to visit and inspect tr" i f dN
Parrish said.President. I. -
well. A number of foods can modern facilities at v.
We wish that we knew how to Jimmy Helms new anytime ,
adequately express to all of vice Chambers -; be frozen, put in the portable solely owned by "''1f.
president Monty
I you just how much we do appreciate ; Secretary,, Bill Gibson, icebox and be thawed by picnic Riley and bearing the stamp of ... ........ _
time. from the Florida State
the Reception givenin Moore 1' ,\
treasurer Billy Direc-
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"Custard-filled pastry is one Board of Funeral Directors and "" .
our honor at the Crawford- tors, Charles Barwick, Mallory \ :. ,
of the most common source Embalmers.
ville Woman's Club Saturday Parrish and Bobby Gene Paulk.
of food poisoning but -
afternoon. Of all the processed
many Parrish said Tucker'staUc will ---
good things you dear people of be based on the Jaycee Creed. meats, especially ham, fEA J JoJ
Wakulla County have done for I Tucker has his own law practice can be dangerous. Symptomsof NEWS FROM

us over the past ten years, this I I with offices in Tallahassee and food' poisoning include vomiting -

stands out In our hearts as being Crawfordville, is District President and often diarrhea. The Tallahassee (Special)-Speaking w .
the highest honor of all. While | of the Church of Jesus effects may become evident for over 40, OC) members of

we do not feel worthy nor de- j Christ of Latter-Day Saints, almost immediately liter.: or two 01 the Florida Education Associa- /

serving of this type of consideration : and has served on several civic three days tion, Dr. Joe Hall, President, (

we shall always be and fund-raising activities in today issued the following statements k 1i
proud to look back upon the Wakulla County Jaycees and the "Members of the educa- "' /

day with prayer love and j Tallahassee Jaycees. CLINIC SCHEDULEDAT tion profession who are clearly

thanksgiving. j TALLAHASSEEAtlanta conscious their responsibilityto ._-"/
We would and do humbly ask the children of Florida are
to be remembered by all of I ARTHUR G. DOZIER Ga. May 19 A disappointed that the textbook -

you in your prayers. Our new RECEIVES AWARD U. S. Department of Labor official appropriation has been cutbackby ..-. \
work will not be easy. With will conduct a Welfare- $364,000 less than was
the power and constant presence Marianna, April 26 The Pension Plans Clinic In Talla- granted two years ago by the Sx '.I
of the Holy Spirit in our I Walter Scott Criswell Award, hassee on May 25 according to 1963 Legislature."The ; .a.... r>
hearts, we are persuaded that given annually for professionaland Joe Young Chennault, regional request to the Legislature .... r ..
we can keep the faith and do dedicated service to the director, Office of Labor- for textbook dollars took i .... {
our task successfully. As you cause of the troubled childrenof Management and We If are into account many factors! increasingly '
for shall be Florida by the Florida Juvenile Pension U. S. Department large enrollment
pray us, :we pray- Reports, '
ing for all of you. More than Court Administrators Asso- of Labor. increasing cost of textbooks, !

this, we shall always thank Cod I ciation, was awarded this year "This clinic was set up primarily and total textbook needs basedon c -

for allowing us to live among to Arthur G. Dozier, director of for plan administrators, a survey made of Florida .j. ...,0 __ ___ __
have. We the Florida Division of Child insurance consultants accountants counties.
you as long at we ,
Training Schools, at the Association INSPECT DRAINAGE CANAL Community officials inspect one of the newly completed mosquito
do not think of our moving I actuaries, attorneys "In the opinion of members of
's annual meeting at lead- drainage canals being excavated in the Panacea area in an effort to drain stagnant pools where mosquitoes -
back to Kentucky as being trust officers, union officials the FEA, its officers and
Wakulla Mal breed. The project is being undertaken by the Wakulla County Mosquito Control Organization. -
permanent. If our Heavenly Springs. Ogden, employers and others ers, this cutback in textbooksis
administrative assistant to the Left to right in the inspection group are Willed Carter, chairman of county commissioners;
Father wills it to be so, we whohave Interest in the administration damaging to quality educa-
Governor presented the Award. Durwood Vause vice president, and Cecil Nichols, chairman of the sanitation committee, Panacea
look forward to moving back of welfare and tion. It will limit good instruction ,
among all of you before too The Award, established as a pension plans. by limiting adoptedtexts Chamber of Commerce.

many more years have passed. memorial to the late Judge "The basis of discussion will which are so necesseiy for WSCS MEETINGIN
Many dear friends will have Walter Scott Criswell of Jack- be the legal requirements ender quality instruction, textbooksused BANKERS LOOK AT PHON
passed on to their eternal reward sonville, long Judge of the Juvenile the Welfare and Pension as source material and AS MARKETING TOOL SOPCHOPPI CANCER NEWSA

before we are able to Court of Duval Countyand Plans Disclosure Act and will texts adapted to the needs of
move back. We ourselves may associated with the Jack- cover thoroughly the areas of pupils of different abilities. Orlando Don't be surprised, The WSCS of the Crawford new sound-color movie anda
be called on. In either case, sonville Children's Home for reporting and bonding and will 'Atatime when great changeis Mr. and Mrs. Public, if the ville Methodist Church met new pamphlet, both titled,
let us all look forward to meet- many years, was won by a be open for a question and ans- already challenging our\ next time you answer your telephone with the WSCS of Sopchoppy at "Sense in the Sun", have been
ing some bright eternal morning "layman", someone out of the wer session," Chennaultstated.The youth and when the pace o the voice on the other the Sopchoppy Church Tuesday produced by the Florida Division -
on the ever green hill sides actual Juvenile court field, for meeting Is scheduled for change Is quickening by tin end replies, "Good afternoon, afternoon, May 11. of the American Cancer
of Heaven.In the first time this year. Last 10:00 A. M. to noon on May hour, our children and yout Mrs. Jones, this Is your local Mrs. Thalmage Crum of Sop- Society as a reminder to citizens -
closing, we want to say year, it was awarded to Jack 25 in the Tallahassee Federal are now being cheated of adequate bank calling about an exciting, choppy had charge of the pro- throughout the state to notoverexpose
that we do love and appreciate Blanton, chief probation officer Savings and Loan Association textbooks."If money saving, new service we gram, which was on Race Re themselves for
of the Juvenile and Domestic lations. Mrs. Jesse Baker and lengthy periods to the strong
every one of you, regardlessof Auditorium 440 N, Monroe the State of Florida doe are just starting.
your Church affiliation.The Relations Coast of Dade Street, Tallahassee. not furnish an adequate suppl Yourbankers, too, are taking Mrs. Ralph Brown assisted Mrs. ultra violet rays of the sun.
Pastors and Members of all County and the first Award, Chennault reported that prior of textbooks for its pupils, it it a close look at the use of the Crum, with interesting com- The film is available for
the other Churches are as near made soon after Judge ( is- registration is not required and difficult to understand how tea- telephone in their marketing ments. showing, without cost, to organized -
to the center of our heart as well's death, went to Alton there Is no charge for admis chers can be held responsible program. Bankers throughout delightful selection groups of men or wo-
are the Methodist people of Murray, chief counselor of the sion. for the quality of instruction Florida convene in Orlando today were given by Jerry Simmons, men. Special one-half hour
Wakulla County. We want Juvenile Court of Palm Beach The clinic will be conductedby that children need."I for their 18th Annual Bank- Henry McDonald and Mose programs can be arranged witha

each one of you to know that County. Abraham Jordan, area director stand with the Governor of ers Forum on the overall theme Strickland, playing electric qualified volunteer physician
you all have also added richly In making the presentation, Office of labor-Man- Florida who stated in a speech For Better Florida Banking. guitars and singing. A special present to answer questions.The .
and lastingly to our lives. As Ogden saldi "No one in Flori- agement and Welfare-Pension prepared for delivery to the FEA A keynote speaker is Edward C. rendition was given by Jerry pamphlet, "Sense In The

often as we have opportunity, da is more deserving of this Reports, located at Room 1517, Convention on March 19 .. Boldt, Vice President and Dir- Strickland who sang "Suppertime" Sun--Guard Against Skin Can-
we expect to come back to see Award. This has been a life Federal Office Building, 51 S. 'I am a strong believer in free ector of Marketing, First National cer", may be had for. the ask-
all of you during the coming work for Dozier. All his adult W. First Avenue, Miami, Florida textbooks and I serve notice Bank, Memphis, Tennessee A delicious supper was servec ing. -
years. Likewise, we hope that years have been spent in this telephone 350.5777.CRAWFORDVILLE now that I shall fight any at Mr. Boldt is to presenta by the Sopchoppy Society wit! The film and pamphlet tell
many of you will find time to field except the time of mili- tempt reduce the amount we new approach in selling ban guitar accompaniment. about frequency of skin can-
visit us in our new home in tary service during World WarII. have allocated.. services by use of the telephone. Attending from Crawfordvillt cer, types of skin most susceptible
Wilmore, Kentucky. Finally, He was associated Inti- BAND "I urge that the Legislaturemake "DialMarketing" is the title of were Mrs. C. L. Rehwinkel, precautions to be taken,
as always, I want all of you to mately with Judge Criswell in available as a minimumthe his talk and includes step-by- Mrs. Henry Smith, Mrs. EC recommendations for medical
know that I stand ready to do this cause for many years. SCHEDULES CONCERTThe appropriation $12.7 mil- step guidelines which bankerscan Levy, Mrs. George Stafford treatment and cure rate of the

anything in my ability for anyone They were close personal lion requested by the Cabinet use to get their own phone Mrs. Charles Dawson and Mrs disease. It is also pointed out

of you as long as I shall friends. Crawfordville School Budget Commission which is in marketing program started. John Paullg. that skin cancer, which high-
live and am able. Grace The plaque, of walnut with Band will go on a picnic Sat- itself below the basic needs. From Sopchoppy were Mrs ly curable when detected early
blue urday May 22 to Silver Lake. Gertrude Brown and guest, Mrs
Peace, Love and Success be deep enamel trim, which and given prompt treatment,
upon each of you. I shall not accompanied the Award, was This is their first outing of the Irene Harms, of Wabasso, Fla is much more prevalent in
say farewell but inscribed with the following year. Parents will act as ("1rs. Alcona Berry of Tallahassee southern states than it is in
bye for a while.In "The Walter Scott Criswell A- chaperones.A YOUTH FELLOWSHIP Mrs. Thalmage Crum, northern localities.
of Band Concert will be giv- Mrs. Ruby Revell, Mrs. Harriet
ward... In recognition professional SUPPER AT SOPCHOPPY Club or association program<<
Christian Love, achievement in- the en at die school Friday night, P. H. Smith Health Wilder, Mrs. Lydia Isler chairmen who would like to

Rev. G Mrs. Luther R. works of the Juvenile Courts of May 21st, at 7i30 P.M. A chicken supper will be serve Officer, Wakulla County, states Mrs. Madge Strickland, Mrs have a "Sense In The Sun" for
Stokes Everyone is invited to attend 22 1965 if you have a child enrolling in Faye Baker Mrs. Elsie Rod.
C Family Florida. .. Presented to Arthur ed Saturday, May their meetings are advised to
G. Dozier ... By the Florida this free concert and see from SiOO to 7:00 P.M. at the school next school year, please denberry, Mrs. Florida I Ro- make bookings i well in.ad
Juvenile Court Administrators theprogreathe band has made Sopchoppy Methcdlst Churchby contact your private physicianor berts, Mrs. Marylin Revell, vane. There are 18 American -
Association.. 1965. this year. members of the Sopchoppy health department so a physical Mrs. Audrey Rudd and Mrs Sue Cancer Society offices In
NOTICE FISH FRY The band will give a free Methodist Youth Fellowship. can be done, immunizations Cramling. key cities throughout the state,

concert Saturday afternoon, The prices<< of the meal are completed and a school listed in the regular white sec-
21st Live
May at the May 29, for the Wakulla and children SO health record established for WOMAN'S CLUB
SENIOR NEWS Adults$1.00 tion of telephone directories.
Pavilion starting at 6:00 P.M. child.
Chamber of Commerce, Sun secured from your MEETINGThe
Tickets can BOARD Information may also be obtained -
sponsored by the Crawfordville Moore Dr. Smith clinic hours
By Ann and Fun Time on the Ochlock- gives
of the MYF at
member or writing American
by ,
Soft Pro- any
Rangers Ball Team. as follows Tuesday -
River. Sopchoppy,
The Crawfordville nee the church the night of the sup- Cancer Society Florida Division -
ceeds High ,
to go to equip the ball lOiOO A. M. to I2i00: ; Crawfordville Woman's
Schoolwill hold Class Night on 416 Tampa Street, Tampa
team. their
per.The Crawfordville, Thursday, 8:00 Club will hold regular
Everyone Is Invited. Thursday, May 27, at 8:00 P. proceeds of the supper A.M. to 12100. monthly Board Meeting Tues- Florida 33602.Se,4eley .

Plates, $1.00. M. will go toward the summer day, May 25th.
Everyone Is invited to attend. youth camp program. All board members are urged

to attend.

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S194. 16 F.S. FR4 SAT. MO* AND


COUNTY NEWS tl \. L. PORTER, the hold-
i the following certificates', I STARTING AT 6:00 P.M.

has filed said certificates for a c.IM1.l. .: 49c
WAlnut 1.1301
T."ph" tax deed to be Issued thereon. SUGAR,5IbS. I

HELP WANT FD The certificate numbers and the CRAWFORDVILLE RANGERS I
61Vlrllala MALE OR FLMAlE yean of Issuance, the description Sponsored

Man or woman wanted to sup- of the property, and the
Ki1h11ey Editor ply Rawleigh products to consumers names In which it was assessed MAXWELL 1101'SF.COFFEE SOFTBALL TEAM.
in Franklin Courty or arc as follows lib. can 79c
. I
Fred -irhtly| 'Publisher Taylor County. Good time to Certificate No. 1 ,

start. No capital required. See I Year of Issuance 1963 69c Proceeds to go to equip the ball" team.
Filtered at Crawfordvtlle Florida D. C. Thrash, 1422 N. Blvd.;/ Description of Property As per SIRLOIN STEAK .

Tallahassee, or write Rawleigh Deed Book 7, Page 74, in Sec. I
second clan nutter Subwrlptinn
m FA D 220 815, Memphis, Tcnn. 3, 3S-1W. lb. 29c

ratfj )3.00 per year 6tp-4/ Name Smith.in which assessed: Effie FRYERS, grade "A", EVERYONE INVITED/ PLATES $1.00'

--1 I All of said property being in FISH .4 6OZ. CANS 99* i
the County of Wakulla, Stateof
FOR SALE: House inquireat
Harvey's Store. Phone Florida. 3 for 39c
WA6-3444 Cra fordvllle. Unless such certificate or Spring Farm Evap. MILK, ,
certificates shall be redeemed .
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described according in to such law certificate the property or BANANAS 2 Ibs. 25c In Florida i

FOR S\LE--One two bedroom certificates will be sold to the ,
frame house In Crawford I highest bidder at the court 303 can, 2 for 25t
J ville contact RichardL. TOMATOES after a day's fishingbeer's
0 0 '0 I Gowdy or phone WA6- house door on the first MondayIn
Month of 1965 whichis
July, ,
3571 between 8: 00AM &: 5:00: METCALF FROZENSHRIMP
PM or call Tallahassee the 5th day of July, 1965. 10 OZ.59c the one.. ry
Dated this 11th day of May,
877-3374 after 5:00: PM.
1965. for good taste
Pearce Of KODAK FILM ,
Clerk of Circuit Court of WE NOW HAVE A = '
Sell KNAPP SHOES full or part AVAILABLE good fun tl" '
If You Need. time. Earn$25 to $150 a week I Wakulla County, Florida AND ALSO DEVELOPING SERVICE
on high commissions and bonus. 4t-5/

I Office-Supplies Steady year-round business.
e Business MachinesOffice : Equipment furnished free. EXAMINATION FOR r. rVE NOW HAVE A FULL LINE OF
e Furniture Write to J. C. Clayton, Knapp FLIGHT DATA AID ,: a

SM or Till Shoes, Brockton, Mass. BULK SEED & FERTILIZER
2t-5/13.20. The United States Civil Service -
RANEY WHALEYat Commission has announced
LEGALOTICES: a new examination for Flight
Data Aid, CS-5, paying $5000a
CAPITAL OFFICE In the Court of the County year, for duty at Atlanta, r
EQUIPMENT CO. Judge Wakulla County, Georgia; Memphis, Tennessee; FISHING SUPPLIES &
Florida. In Probate.IN Jacksonville and Miami, Florida. -
S19 South Adam.St.
Corner E Pen.arolaTALLAHASSEE REi Estate ofLU'etta All applicants must pass a EARTHV/ORMS
nORmA E. Patterson, written test and have at least
Deceased.To three years of responsible cleri- '

All Creditors and Persons cal, administrative or techni- PIGOTT'S STORE ,
Demands cal aid experience or substitu-
Having Claims or

1.1:ON fcCPTIC; TANKSERVICE Against Said Estate table Applications education. be accepted'iuitllfurthcrnoticebythe ( MFTURT WJjfj Wherever you fish for sport-on the

You and each of you are here- Boardof j Sgr ocean, by the booming surf or on some
by notified and required to pre U. S. Civil Service !Lxam-:: GIVE PLAID STAMPS
sent any cUlms and demands l (quiet country pond it's great at the end
incrs, Federal Aviation Ag n-
*.Clean Out which you, or either of you of, cy, P. O. Box 20636, Atlanta of the day to head for a rewarding: class of beer
Repair the estate
have against
.11 may deceased, Georgia I 30320. Announce While you're talking over the ones that
.New Installation Lurctta E. Patterson, ments, application forms and Just found out the theme NOTICE got away
The Best For Lena late of sa I id of County Wakulla, County to the- further information may be obtained OIIK for impatient photoiMll- or pin.Jrymg the ones that didn't, you enjoy the

County Florida Judge, at his office In the from that office or from phera "Some day 1 My PiinU Deadline for News Copy Is hearty taste and cool refreshment only a glass of
Mr. Audie Smith, Examiner- 9:30 A.ht. Duo
Telephone on Tuesdays.
will Come C IVeakle! .
at --
of said County > beer
court house Room 39 Base has become can give you so well. Yes whatever
Tallahassee' 877-1771: in-Charge, to production costs, It your
Crawfordvilk, Florida, withinsix Town and CountPIIIIIH). -
.iffet GOO ment, Main Post Office, Tallahassee necessary to enforce news sport-howling or strolling golfing or
; : p.m. calendar months from the Florida 32302. bin *. Pa,
time of the first publication of copy Please to frosty glass of beer makes a naturally
Two of each help iis give you a
thisnotice. copies
demand shall be in better paper. great accompaniment
claim or
Dees Barber ShopFOUR writing I and shall state the f'll.: '.: ,,- f!.' ", : ',' 1-H.-w. i I :r. Editor UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION. INC. \SI

place of residence and post office P 0 BOX 273, WINTER PARK FLORIDAt' .
address of the claimant, FLORIDA X STATEWEDNESDAY
the -
and shall be sworn to by

claimant, his agent, or attor-
and accompanied by a filing THRU SAT
such p o oIl
fee of one dollar and
claim or demand not so filed
Scan Bond
shall be void. Connery .U.James

Dave Patterson, As Admin-

GRW' HHITFIEIDHtROLD istrator Cum Testamentc Rod Taylor in In
Annexo of tho Estate of Lu-
retta E. Patterson, YOUNG CASSIDY
deceased. and
CHE Sill GREEN ST'fIPSCLARE'S -4t-5/6., 13.20,27. 1965. FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE
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f SHOP Homes Acreage
Waterfront I NOW

VICTORIAN Phone 741, P. 0. Box 275 Tony Franc losa In

Phone 385.1222 plus
1901 N. Monroe St. and


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have Chicago new fighting-mad Florida farmers support .w 'FOR OUR 1965 TRADES pLOT

DIRECTORYPatorniM from Chicago area retailers and M$

wholesalers In a dispute with 0
the U, S. Department of Labor N0. 1 O
Then Advertisers over that agency's policy LOT NO. 2
harvest labor K 721 N. ADAMS
against Importing
141e S. MONROS ST. {
from foreign lands.

The aroused interest among I bones i.., ,,, with
F R M members of Chicago's food industry p 1 61 : :; ;k. $395 k.e ,6u coaveis 4 tor. rua ,1. n<*..

Little Folks Store, today comes in the wakeof 595
Inc an outcropping of concern
FEEDSFlint !CD "Tht Capital's last week in New York City *M lt STATION WACOM 4 I I

;; Ckddrtn Major Com Funutturt*for, Hobbui Minors", Toy, Ont-Stop& Service CO.for over Florida the same Commissioner issue. of Ag 6q n.l .M,11. we ;D.sl1695. X61 DRroN, M,$Mlik Uin Alt I

u W h. $745
Baby Aeetnont riculture Doyle Conner, visit-
River FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry
Mills 133 N Monroe St. Ph. 222-ll( ing the two markets to partIci- 5 d sr. h. anh.p r.M,
WHS 8. Monroe .ftl 223.0274LigM ---- .--. Supplies pate in the annual Florida Fruit 162, A n.1 a.r $ ,61.45,, w.. lrr w.w1N Ara a.weMw 4 Mw ..e..aa. .,

and Vegetable Jamboree, was a: ..I, .sw ..N R R oam
Garden Tools .,. $
besieged by complaints from C.Ala coNOmoKDVe owl ma 1/795
So Adamt at S.A.L.R.R.Crowinf buying and merchandising exe-
-- Baker-Alford Co. cutives here today.
Phone 2230173Capital The metropolitan stir it

"Tin Portt Houtf prompted by the threateningrise M .u, ... 1IL 1/
Anything for your auto truck in food prices as fresh pro- ) cesUO *r fATTON waeoa t1L
WngM t4 Regular or lawnmower tractor AUo for your powerComor.te duce supplies dwindle under the '62.'N =1Na; Po aw.a.
and .r's1,595
much for A
(ilockt.- boat your pressure of a labor shortage. s.U .

Hanson, Wood and. 208 N Ad m. St. Ph 223-J'HO Evidence continues to mountin sou....ra..ly.... .. .. $995
of the view that the tALUxr eAnon
Hoel Ind., Inc. Stone Co. Labor support Department's insistence I 6o a ...1 wwN ur w eAaaN.sky d sw.ti w.., 'L 3 r Mme hnt .w .w..., 1.v

S. Adams St. at 4-Pointi Sine. IMS on domestic labor being usedIn I : n Wbni4 u s 395 a s _,wMYr N..
*<* hr. ,.,, ,. ,
TtU 222-6840 P. O. Bo the harvest is working a tremendous Tw7la ..wl $795
MARBLE '. GRANITE hardship that is being

---.-.---.--. BRONZE felt by growers in Florida and '64 cervrLta 4 Mw / aeye ..a '60 raraaLt7./1.DRALA. tlMme.
MEMORIALS other states now. Soon this Is hw$2lo9s .a4 .n..wa.e..ph
CMiutery W rll/AU TyfttVM expected to force higher prices w NtruwY .w $$95
and a slimmer choice for the
'Yeaer, 4s. W. GtlnM St T.l. 223-0711
of fresh fruit Over 40
nation consumers Yars of
Selling & Sirs
Inc. .vR Walter F. Buchan. II",. and vegetables. / Automobile icIn9 Iii. Finest

Commissioner Conner learned e in the Big Band Area, /

BOII that Florida celery growers already -
l..r..H sad .
have suffered $100,000In
214 8. A the harvest labor shortage. ALFORD-







CLOCK NOON AT T lESCOURTHOUSE ny ROFIJUNE, A.D. 1965 AT n HOUR M. Tracy Lot 19 Elk 16 3.47
John Ii Elizabeth Gilbert Lot 21 BJk 17 3.47

JAMES M. CWIN, TAX COLLECTOR franklin Thurman C T Beck lot 24 BJk 17 3.47
Oliver L Ii Louise Tudor lot 26 Bile 17 3.47
NAME DESCRIPTION AMOUNT Charles Richard Bays lot 47 Bile 18 3.47 ,
Clifford I. C Eloise ACRES DUE Lotto Kitchen Lot 7S Bile 18 3.47
Kenneth E. Thomas Kelly N-1/2 1/2 ac. In the above description In Sec. 20 2S IE 1/1. S 32.90 Josel R. Bennett .. lot 22 Elk 19 3.47

Kenneth E. Thomas N-1/2 or IN-1/4, of Sec. 3025 IE 80 15.83 A. C. Keel, Jr. lot 8 Bile 20 3.47
of NE-1/4t of Sec 32 and the N-1/2 of James C Bertha Wilson lot 30 B1k 20 3.47
EU'le Smith NW1/4 of Sec fit 2S IE 160 31.46 Hblls C IdeU Hughes lot 43 BJk 20 3.47
: A. per DB 7 P-74 In Sec. 3351w 1 Franle Brooks Lot 441Uk 20 3.47
isaiah Thomas West 1,62 58 Bile 20 3.47
IS acres of N-1/2 of S-1/2 of NW-1/4 of Anselm F. Stenberg Lot
Sec. IS 35 lW Catherine G Garland Huffman lot 66 Bile 20 3.47D.

Blanche R. Sanders E-1/2 of 5 acres in NW-1/4 of NW-1/4 of 15 5.09 L Thomas, Jr. Lot 15 Bile 21 3.47
18 35 lW Meivin.. Uckert lot 71 Bile 21 3.47
Beatrice I. Flechtner 1/2 acre of land 2.1/2 3.SS Jack Dunn lot 7S Elk 21 3.47
in In N-1/2
of St.1/4 of lot 3 22
NE-1/4, Sec. 18 S 1W Ralph Newman BJk 3.47
Mid-State Investment l/Z 63. SO Evelyn Breedin Lot 7 Blk 22 3.47

Corp. A. per DB 55 P-51 In Sec. 19 35 lW Raymond C. Martin Lots 39 and 40 Blk 22 5.94
Ott and Susie Camway DB 57 P-8 in Sec. 2135 lW 1/2 16.45 Abe R. Dejager lot 59 BIle 22 3.47
Eddie Hughes Commencing 1 2:55: Esther I. Yarberry lot 14 Elk 23 3.47
at SE comer of NW.1/4
of lot
7 Hartsfield Survey Terry Glenn Camp lot 17 Elk 23 3.47
UnJmown In SE 1-2" 5.09 Howard E. Carpentar lot 26 Blk 23 3.47
comer of S-1/2 of 5-1/2
lot 23 Hartsfield Survey of NW.1/4 of William F. Miller Lot 29 Blk 23 3.47

Noah P. Harvey BD 60 P.391 in lot 24 Hartsfield 4 2.93 Jean P. Brewer lot 48 Elk 23 3.47W.
Jay Sal Development Co. DB 53 P-235 In lot 36 Hartsfield Survey 1/4 10.27 D. Ellis lot 54 B1k 23 3.47
Ben Stoutamire Survey 60 12.12 Caren Moletech lot 2 Elk 24 3.47
lots 5, 6, 7, S, 9, 10, 11, 30 to 36 Incl. Lyle Williams Lot 20 Elk 24 3.47
unrecorded .ubd. of lot 41
Survey and 42 Hartsfield Stella M. Comer lot 34 Blk 24 '3.47

A. 1. Brown DB .54 Robert W. C Mae Towler lot 38 Elk 24 3.47J.
55 P-35 in lot 43 22
Heirs of A. Hartsfield Survey 2 ,55 P. Booth lot 41 Elk 24 3.47
1. Tully In W-1/2 of NW-1/4 of lot 76 less 2b'interest Charles J. Ii Anna Schneider Lots 31 and 32 Elk 25 5.94

Heirs of Wiley Sanders An undivided Hartsfield Survey 30 8.18 Daniel Pope, Jr.. lot 33 BIle 25 3.47
1/11nterest in aU except 200 George M. Johston, Jr. lot 42 Blk 25 3.47
acres of lot 82 Hartsfield
Malcolm and Laura E. Survey 14 6/11 6.09 Sherry 1. Blair lot 55 Blk 25 3.47
Randolph Broache lot 73 Bile 25 3.47
Harper DB 39
P-592 1 acre mIl lot
In 92
lot 9 Blk 26
Hartsfield Jerry Digirolamo 3.47
Roy and Willie Mae Survey 1/2 8.18 Randolph L Broache Lot 42 Bile 26 3.47
Simmons 6 Vernon and May Carter Lot 52 Blk 26 3.47
acres in NW comer of lot 102
Hartsfield Serge English Ii Howard Baker Lot 65 Elk 26 3.47
North Shore Bank of Survey 6 3.55 George Lilly lot 50 Elk 5 Unit II 3.47

Miami DB 49 P-192 Mrs. J. Hubert Griffin lot 17 Bile 9 Unit II 3.47
all of lot 104 Hartsfield Survey 360 94.70
North Shore Bank DB 49 P-192, lots 114 and 115 of liS less land MAGNOLIA GARDENS

reId, containing 640 acres (this Included Katie Ii Allie Vann Lots 11 and 12 Blk A S.94
Boggy Island and Cut-Off Island in the mouth Dennis Meyer Lot 23 Elk A 3.47

Mrs. Annie of SiW1g Creek Hartsfield Survey 640 190.40. Edith Ruth Davis lot 42 Blk A 3.47
Kemp lot 1 of B. H.
Roger Subd.
as shown by map lie Lot Blk A 3.47
or plat of said land :atrc :
of records on P-37 of DB 33 Rockhill lot Bile A 3.41
in lot 115 of
Hartsfield Survey 5.85 Kenneth Silke lot 60 B1k A 3.47F.
Jamea H. Morgan lot 15 In Alton Willis Subd. in lot 115
Mark Ii Marie Rhoades lot CiS Blk A 3.47
Hartsfield Survey OR 3 P-560 8,18 Gerald C Violet Keller lot 72 Blk A 3.47
John A. Wall, Jr. All of PIney Island OR 4 P-361
2000 371.80 Virginia C'renler Lot 96 Elk A 3.47
Hein, of 1. S. Tully SE-1/4 of 5E-1/4, less 13 acres to A. E- Joseph Wailey lot 111 Elk A 3.47

Tully In Sec. 25 3S 2W 27 1.25 Mrs. Hannah Gilbert Lot 115 Blk A 3.47
B. & P. Inc. A lot 35 yds by 55 yds In St.1/4 of SE-1/4, Joyce louise Land lot 117 BJk A 3.47
DB 60 P-207 In Sec. 26 3S 2W 3.55 Archie Braden lot 134 B1kA 3.47
Helm of Nancy Allen lot 4 of Donaldson Let less 1 acre in SW Raburn Crave Lot 147 Blk A 3.47

cor. less 1 acre in NE comer DB 47 P-19 in Johnnie Ruth MIxon lot 151 Bile A 3.47
Sec. 12 45 2W 15 6.09 Willie R. C. Carthel Yates lot 1 Bile B 3.47
Uzzle Hartsfield and
Willie R. Ii Carthel Yates lot 26 Blk B 3.47
Daisy White S-1/4 of NE-1/4 of SW-1/4, of Sec. 25 4S 2W 10 5.09 Charles H. Moll lot 3 Blk C 3.47
W. D. C Nannie Bowen DB 54 P-307 In Sec. 25 4S 2W 4 7.18 Mrs. Delarce Maul lot 24 Blk C 3.47

Nannle. Bett Jones N-1/2 of SE-1/4 of NE-1/4 of Sec. 26 less 35 George Teyssler, Jr. lot 38 Elk D 3.47
acres of Sec. 26 4S 2W 158.7 32.9 Ralph E. Ii Mary Weaver lot 46 Elk D 3.47 t
Royal Carraway 11/13 acres In W-1/2 of St.1/4 of NW-1/4 of Edna Ottendorfer lot 47 Blk D 3.47
Sec. 155 2W 11113 17.45 Gaston Rehn lot 48 B1k D 3.47
Carl Lee Daniel DB 56 P-536 In Sec. 3 5S 2W 1/2 16.45 Mary L Ii Richard Homer Lot 31 Bile E 3.47
Susie Taylor DB 54 P-497 In above Description in Sec. Allen Griffin lot 6 Blk F 3.47
35S2W 1 2.93 Plnlatey W. Ii Margaret Wills lot 10 Bile F 3.47
Mld-Stau Homes, Inc. 50 x 75' in NE-1/4 of SE-1/4 OR 2 P525In Thomas Eo Halyburton lot 1181k F 3.47
Sec. 3 5S 2W 17.45 William K. Hamm lot 33 Elk F 3.47
Roy Revell 1.12 acres in 5E-l/4, OR 4 P-444 in Sec. Harold E. Shoup, Jr. lot 34 Blk F 3.47
3552W 1.12 5.09 Esther Hutchinson lot 15 Blk H 3.47C.
Alfred Revell 1/2 acres in SE-1/4 OR 4 P-447 In Sec. 3 N. YOlDlgblood lot 41 Bile I 3.47
5S 2W 1/2 3.55 Henry Geraldine C Catherine
James 1. Johnson N-1/2 of SE-1/4 of $IN-I 14 of Sec. 3 5S 2W 9 2.85 Ree lot 48 Blk J 3.47

Mid-Stau Homes, Inc. Asper :::lw79, a parcel of land 75 x 300' Russell Meyen lot 2 Blk K 3.41
in Sec. 26.72 Leonard Eo Hancock lot 8 Elk K 3.41
lou Mitchell Smith DB 38 P-207 In Sec. 6 5S 2W 15.1 4.09 Talmadge and Newell Beck lot 11 Bile K 3.41
Marion Green Commence at SE corner of See 6 Cont. Cherry Jordon lot 15 Blk K 3.47
IS.1 acres mIl and being situation in the Robert L Shook lot 25 Blk K 3.47
SE-1/4 of Sec. 6 5S 2W 15.1 6.09 Gilbert Rowultree lot 5 Blk L 3.47
PrInce Green DB 38 P-207 In SE-1/4 of Sec. 6 5S 2W 15.1 4.09 Gerald Eo Paulette Lou 11 and 12 Bile L 5.94
Mila Adams Begin at the SE comer of Sec. 6 run N 25 ElIzabeth S. White lot 13 Blk L 3.47
cbs along the Eastern boundary line of said Wallis E. Henderson lot 35 Blk L 3.47
Sec. 6 and then nm W 6.04 cbs, thence Leonard D. Ii Louise Thorp lot 47 Blk L 3.47
S 25 eM, thence E along the Southern boundary William T. McD3I1iels lot 16 Blk M 3.47
of said 5ec. 6, the distance of 6.04 cbs to the Edna Ii Wilson BrIttingham lot 22 Blk M 3.4

pob containing 15.1 acres mIl and being In the Pittman, Sophia C Jerry
-l/ of Sec. 6552W 15.1 11.09 Hensley lot 33 Bile N 3.47
Cumbie and Sallie White D8 57 P-242 In Sec. 7 5S 2W 2 8.72 Eugenia H. Stelmach lot 8 Bile N 3.47
Sallie Allen White On E side of the NW-1/4 of Sec. 7 5S 2W 10.27 leslie D. Johnston lot 24 Blk N 3.47
John Price All of St.1/4 of NW-1/4 lying S of State Rd 10, Ruby M. Wilhite lot 38 Blk N 3.47
containing 1/2 acre also 5 acres lying in NE Nellie Armstrong lot 45 Blk N 3.47
comer of NE-1/4 of IN-1/4 of Sec. 7 5S 2W 5.1/2 5.85 Mrs. Cleo Hall lot 51 Blk N 3.47
Mid-State Homes, Inc. DB 60 P-188 in Sec. 7 5S 2W .42 10.27 Mrs. A. BrInk lot 53 Blk N 3.47
Hampton RosIer 1 acre In SE-1/4 of NE-1/4, OR 2 P948in Claude Reunford lot 1 Bile 0 3.47
Sec. 7 5S 2W 1 5.09 Ben Shelton lot 24 Blk 0 3.47
West Florida Enterirtsea That part of SE-1/4 of NW-1/4 lying S of G. A. Baker lot 35 Blk 0 3.47
State l\d 10, containing 9-112 acres mil, Jewel M. Arnett lot 9 Bile P 3.47
also 5 acres mIl lying in NE comer of NE-1/4 Dalton Judd lot 27 Blk P 3.47
of SE-1/4 of Sec. 7 5S 2W 14-1/2 10.18 Howard Bamthouse lot 29 Blk P 3.47
Joe Priest, Inc. DB 61 P-4241n Sec. 2 and sometime known a. Sarah J. Grieves lot 34 Blk P 3.47
Sec. 1 in Sec. 1652W 32.90 Reynaldo F. Hemandes lot 37 Blk P 3,47Jule
Ted E. Fhlllipli DB 56 P-223 in Sec. 16S 2W 1/4 7.18 W. C Sybil Tucker lot 47 Blk P 3.47
Ted E. Fhlllipli DB 56 P-225 In Sec. 165 2W 5.OS 16.45 Delano Stumbo lot 4 BlkQ 3.47
Floyd W. Williams DB 35 P-537 in Sec. 165 2W 1/2 38.08R. Jack Fussell lot 9 Blk Q 3.47

,. Edwards Begin at a culvert on SAL RR on a branch in Hugh Tyre lot 3 Blk R 3.47
Sec. 1, then running southward along E boundary Norman Ii Joan Stephens lot 4 Elk R 3.47
of said rd 440 ft., thence 5 51 dgs E 371 ft. Ranele C. McKInney Lot 18 and 19 Bile R 5.94
thence N 11-1/2 dga W 502 ft to a branch thence Lillian Ii Joseph Allen lot 13 Blk 1 Greiners Addition 3.47

100 It to R/W of said rd culvert to pob, containing Lillian and Joseph Allen lots Ih 2 and 24 Blk 2 Grelnen Addition 8.42
2-1/2 acres lying partly in Sec. 1 Ii 12, DB 58 Alice atRa.tl Hutton Lot S 3 Greiner Addition 3.47
P-26 in Sec. 12 5S 3W ;,2 1 8.27W lot 19 BIle 3 Greiner Addition 3.47

R. Yates In SW-14 ofSW-1/4, DB 59 P 168 in Sec. 2355 3W .27 5.09Ceorge James II. Harass lot 8 B1k 5 Grewn Addition 3.47
13 3S 5W 16.45C. Thomas W. Todd lot 23 Elk 6 Creinen Addition 3.47
W. Gibbs DB 55 P.15 In Sec.
T. Davis OR 2 P 89 70 x 100 In Sec. 13 3S 5W 7'18 Annie S. Ii Craig Mullen, lot 1 lit 7 Growrs Addition 3.47
4.62 Lawrence Eo Grosch lot 6 Blk 7 Greiners Addition 3.47
Josephine DB 15 P 221 East Goose Creek
Mayson 1.62 Joseph H. C Grace Stevens lot 3 Bile 9 Greiners Addition 3.47
Unknown lot 12 Sq. 4 Town of Waneta
L P. Bostwick lot 9 Bile 14 Grewrs Addition 3.47
Unknown Lots 7 10 and 11 Sq. 6 Town of Waneta 3.47
lonnie Lots 1 3 4 6 7 8 9 and 10 Blk C
8'and 2.24 Dispennette ,
Unknown) Lots 10 Sq. 11 Town of Waneta 16:45: Raker ldd tio ; Craw/ordville 15.90
Tom Hawkins lot 101 Town Newport
Hallene Stxicklahid Huff lot 4 Blk 14 Town of Shady Sea
Louise Shufford Lots 8 and 9 BIle A Town of Eo St. Msrks 7.18 4,55,
19' lot 8 B1k 8 Wills Subdivision
Mary Hazel McFadden lots 1 to 12 Inclusive Ida B Town of 5t. Marks 54. W. L Carter
Peggy Ii James Brooks lots 42, 47, 48 Elk 12 Town of Sopchoppy 31.90
Ben t Lucille Stoutamlre Lots 1 Ii 2 Blk 25 Town of St. Marks 8.72 R. Walthal lots 52 to 57 Elk 14 Town of Sopchoppy Eo Side 31.90
Thomas Ashton lot 13 Blk 26 Town of St. Marks .33 R. Walthal A. per DB 60 P-314103 It by 68 ft part of lot 6S East Side
Louise Shufford lot 3 Elk 30 Town of St. Marks ,7.18Ben Town of Sopchoppy 25. 72Audle

\I Stoutamire rots 4 a. d 6 Blk 34 Town of St. Marks 7.18 Langston Lots 65 and 66 Town of Sopchoppy W. Side 4.09
A. A. PaDish Lou 14, 25 and 16 Blk H ShIelds Subd. Ashmore Brothers lot 64 B1k 6 Town of Panacea 16.4S
St. MarlaMidState -62.80 J. H. Hudson lots 1, 2 and 3 Blk 8 Town of Panacea 62.80

Fames C Corp. 100' by 198' to DB 61 P 123 Town of Ann 31.90 Thomas Metcalf Lots 4 and 11 Elk 11 Town of Panacea 7.18
Unknown lot 14 BIle 14 Town of Panacea 4.09
WAKUl GARDENS John Price Ii Gilbert Langston Lot 10 Bile 19 Town of Panacea 4.09Worth
Redmond Ii Jessie Morris lot 60 Blk 1 3.47 Moore Ii R. White lot 1 Elk 24 Town of Panacea 4.09Bevis
John w. Ii Ostine Hogan Lots 32 and 33 Elk 4 5.47 Shell Homes, Inc. lot 6 Blk 27 Town of Panacea 25.72
Calvin A. Jones lot 35 Elk 4 3.41 William Guy Raimea N-1/2 of Lot 7 and 8 DB 55 P 174 B1k E North Tam of Panacea 11.27
Huey W. Coppack lot 45 Bile 4 3.47 Julian R. Ii Madeline Dasher lot 5 Blk E Aqua De Vida Subd 4.09
Edith 5. Weldon Lots 77 and 78 Blk 4 5.94 3:47: Winston L C Betty Stewart lots 31 and 32 BJk F Aqua De Vida Subd. 47. 3S
William R. Codwin Lot 84 But 4 James 11. tarpley Lot 11J l1k H Aqlfl De Vida Subd. 4.09Doyel
Ramona Codwin lot as B1k 4 3.47 Tuninson lot 12 BIle M Aqua De Vida Subd. 4.09Alex
Harvey and Annie 7Lompeon lot 11 Blk 5 3.47 Metcalf Lot 14 Blk N Aqua De Vida 47.35
Blanche J. lot 19 3.47 Rudie W. Christian Lot 16 Blk N Aqua De Vida $ubd. 4.09
Owen L Nor's Lot 8 Blk6S 3.47 Clyde W. Blackman lots 19 and 20 Elk 0 Aqua De Vida Subd. 7.18T.
Joseph C Dena PeUy Niec lot 10 Blk 6 3.47 D. Ii Clifford Perry Lots 21 Blk o Aqua De Vida Subd. '4.09G.
Rawley Ii Dorothy Goodall lot 14 B1k 6 3.47 Hays Et al N-1/2 of lot 26 and all of Lot 27 Elk o Aqua De Vida Subd. 31.90'
J. I. Ii Lila Hill Lots 43 and 44 Elk 7 5.94 Fredrick C Leona Remick Lot 1 to 91nc1 Elk U Aqua De Vida Subd. 28.81P.
Russell M. McMichael Lot 23 B1k 8 3.47 G. Kelly Ii Monroe Taylor Lot 19 Bile 2 Panacea Park 2.5S
Mrs. H. B. Davis, Sr. Lot 24 Elk 8 3.47 Unknown Lots 29 and 35 Elk 3 Panacea Park. 4.09
Edward Ii Dorothy Znanler Lot 25 B1k 8 3.47 Mrs. G. C. Thomas lot 41 Blk 3 Panacea Park 2.55
Opal R. Beck Lots 13 and 14 B1k 9 5.94 L C. Brown lot 22 Blk 5 Town of Panacea Park 2.SS
Walter Haney Lot 33 Blk 9 3.47 Emma Mae Cruse Lots 79 and 81 Blk IS Town of Panacea Park 4.09
Undsey L C Irene Maples lot 7 B1k 10 3.47 Mid State Homes, Inc. Lot 78 Bile 9 Town of Panacea Park 31.90 I
Nova Dean Tyre Lot 24 Blk 10 3.47 William H. Anderson, Jr. Lots 80 and 82 Blk 9 Town of Panacea Park 16.45
Claude Ii Julia Cooler lots 28 and 29 B1k 10 5.94 Mrs. Josephine Mayson lot 127 Blk 9 Town of Panacea Park 4.09Roy
Leonard Kuehn Lot 35 Bus 10 3.94 R. JenkiDa Lots 134 and 136 Elk 14 Town of Panacea Park 4.09Mr.
Opal A. Stewart Lot 36 Bus 10 3.41 A. L Yates lots 19 and 20 B1k A Town of Surf 7.18
Hilton I. Willie lot 6 B1k 11 3.47 Bessie Wens lot 18 Blk D Town of Surf 16.45
lots 11 5.94 Bessie Wells lot 2 Blk K Town of Surf 4.09T.
Charlotte Irene Peacock Lot 71 71B1k .. 3.47 W. Witherincton lot 12 BIJc L Town of Surf 4.09
Josepht. Fields Lot 3.47 Joe Priest A. per DB 54.1 SE-1/4 of Tract 31 Sec. A 0chl0cJme. Shores Subd. U.90
Reba H. Hancock lot 2911k lu2 3.47 Joe B. Walthall Lots 10 and 11 Sec B Ochlocknee Shores Suhd. 25.72
Bryceso Malone Lot Blk i2 3.47 C. F. C F1i& Davil Lot 11 Sec D Ocblocknee Shores ubd. 47.35
Wilburn CraftCary lots 461 and 42 B1k 13 5.94 John M. Price Lot 27 Unit II Panacea Shores Subd. 13.36

John'Archibald C Robt. Pmrier lot 22 Blk 14 3.47 Jose J. Cazrin lot 31 UnIt 14 Panacea Shares 5uhd. 78.25
Dbabeth Wyatt Lot 30 Blk 14 3.47 McLaughlin lot 3 Bile F. Rivenbon Heights Subd. 4.09
Anna Sander Lot 34 Blk 14 3.47 Arthur H. Droman, Jr. Lot 3 Blk D River Bend SubcL U.36
A. W. Puramore Lot 48 Elk 14 3.47 E1doQ D. Sellers Lot 30 Bile C River Bend Subd. 7.18Bin
Mary Frances French Lot 69 Blk 14 3.47 Sto\Um1Joe Lot 20 BUe A Shell Point Beach Subd. U.36

Betty Cable Lot 57 Blk 14 3.47 3.47, _Ieaston HRiven Lot 25 Blk A_West.l"2JDU.ubcJ" Ilvi Oak Island 56.62NOTICE

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Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director IJ.H.A. 'Green SUN AND FUN TIME SET FOR MAY 29-30 SPORTS SEASONThe J m RSii'y'IIAY go.I I 1985_ I:II I

Phone 697-3366 Girls went to Continued plans are being made for the Sun and Fun Time week- Panthers of Crawfordvllle FOREST SERVICE REPORT I
I Dog Island Saturday. Everyonead end in Wakulla County to be celebrated May 29-30. High School closed out a very i
CARRADELLE a very good time. The Bernard'Wilson, chairman of the event, announced today that' active sports program for the 1 722 wildfires
FLA. There were
.ip started around 7i30 and he has received reports from the Tallahassee Boating Club stating i year of 1964-65. I I the protected forest lands
24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" ended around 5i30. Mrs. Ox- that final arrangements are being made for the Sunday races and In talking with Coach Ma- 'I of upon Florida during March, State

ley our sponsor went and also the Water Ski Show and time trials on Saturday. this some of the following items Forester H. Coulter reportedfrom

SERVING WAKULLA COUNTY Mr. and MM. McNabb and Wilson _said.___ that____ _Bill__ Bellflo- were discussed.Our I Tallahassee today. The
another couple from Tallahassee werhasbeennamed chair- football season was not or
race acres,
fires burned 11,436
Mr. and Mrs. Lee. man and lists the following e- VETERAN'S LEGAL WIDOWSt. real bright but the outlook for''' 0.06 per cent of the state's
the 1965 season looks real good.
vents for afternoon lands.
Sunday Petersburg, Fla. M. T.I The Panthers will have 16 let- protected forest
starting at 2:00 P.M. Six races record a slight im-
The was
Dixon of the Florida Department termenback and have lost
NINTH only
of the family type boats provement over February when
of Veterans Affairs, advised two players by graduation. Al-
GRADE NEWSBy include a final unlimited class, 763 fires consumed 14,311acres
Inultei all his customersand all veterans' widows today bert Strickland and Ralph Stevens -
Grady Mathers any size boat and motor com- but just a slight bit behind -
Linda Pigott that if she is unable tot will be missed, but with recordof
bination. last year's March
furnish complete proof of her! lettermen back at
I every posi-
The Sopchoppy Ninth Grade Bellflower said that trophies 901 fires burning 11,137acres.
to the deceased vet- tion the Panthers
marriage are expectedto
Class went on a field trip Sun- will be awarded the first three .
Air places in each class. The clos eran, under some circumstances I be vastly improved over their Florida currently has 18, 236-
friends to ufsft him In his new day, May 9th, to Tyndall the law permits pay- 2-6 1964 season.
edcourse of approximately one 719 under and
Panama acres protection
Force Base at City.
ments of death benefits to her i The basketball team with'Seniors
location. There were 26 girls and boys mile and 3 laps per class will the basis of deemed valid Core and, for the past two years less than
on Jerry Billy
who enjoyed the air show. They be the rules. Bouys will mark one-half of one. percent has
marriage. Porter forming a solid floor
the the course. State Board of Con- burned annually.
went through big planes.
In such cases, however, thereIs game, was 15-5 on the season''
boats and BoatIng -
Chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. servation Patrol Dixie, Hendry and Lafayette
an added proision that pay- and were Group II-C Champions. -
Teams will act as
D. W. Harrell and Mr. Robert Safety Counties have group-unit pro-
attendants and the mentswill be made only if no The Panthers were eli-
Greener. race provide tection while 52 others have
claim has been filed by a legal minated in the Region Tourna-
DEES BARBER SHOP Theywentbyschool bus. Mr.J. safety factor needed for the water countywide Fire Protection. ,
widow, also entitled to ment. Returning lettermen Don
C. Reynolds drove the bus. activities. Fourteen Florida counties re
4 PointsWE Bellflower that the eventsof death benefits. I Currie, Dusty Cook, David Al- main unprotected. Okeecho-
Dixon said VA regulationshave exander from the 5
afternoon will include starting ,
Saturday bee voted in favor of
GIVE S E H GREEN STAMPS COUNTIES RECEIVE MAY a Water Ski Show and now been revised to permit -, plus David Wilson and Don cooperative County fire protection on

RACE TRACK FUNDS Time Trials and will provide )I payment to the legal widow Sparkman, make the 65- 66 referendum in last year'sgeneral
plenty of excitement for the at the full rate from the season look bright indeed. The election. Formal
Tallahassee State Comptroller : date her entitlement begins, "B" team was rated as the best pro-
spectators.Fred tectionwill begin in Okeechobee -
Ray E. Green said today Keightley, Wakulla in spite of the fact that pay- in the history of the school witha July 1, 1965.
checks for $32,000 weremailedtoeach have been madeto 12-2
ments already season.
of Commerce
I County Chamber
than 20
Usually, more
FOR THE PROM of the 67 counties president who developed the another person as widow. Under the direction of Jack cent of the forest acreage per in

as their share of the May two-day program, said that it Inquiries on this, or any vet- Ibach and Bob Martin, CHS, in. the 14 unprotected counties
race track tax fund distribu- erans' should be its first full track
I is hoped that this will be an annual problems, venture into a burns annually.
tion. I affair to open the summer I made with the local County program, exploded for a Group'' Coulter called upon all Flo-

The Comptroller reportedeach season in the Big Bend area. ,, Veteran Service Officer, or II-C Championship, as well as rida citizens to help
FOR THAT SPECIAL PERSONA county has received a total The Fishing Rodeo will start write to Dixon at P. O. Box an undefeated regular season.' destruction of Florida's

of$244,000 thusfar this fiscal on Saturday, May 22, and run 1437, St. Petersburg. The team was ranked 12th in I forests by wildfire.
year. This is a $32, 000 through noon Saturday, May. the State Class "C" meet, with
increase over the same period 29. Checking stations for the | Jerry Sheldon putting his name
during the previous fiscal year. fishermenwill be located in all NEW CHURCH TO BE in the record book. Two seniors SOPCHOPPY NEWSBy

SPECIAL CORSAGE Il -- areas of the county in both salt DEDICATED MAY 30THDedicationserviceforthe Willie are on the Pelt.squad, Jerry Pope and I

and fresh water camps. Start- Louise C. Sapp
t.f\fA ing at St. Marks and moving With veteran Billy Porter
: '' around the coast in the countythe new showing the way, the Panther The Senior Class left last Fri-
.. : following locations will setup Tower Pentecostal Holiness Baseball Team proved for the day, May 14, on their trip.
: Crawfordville-
I. checking stationsl St. Marks, Church on the third straight year to be the They will tour Florida. Some
P ... \ ;' Aaron Road will be held May classteamlntheA.V.C. winning -
ROSES-CARNATIONS ? Shell Island Shell Point Spring places they will visit includesSt.
sBibb : Creek, Panacea Trade winds 30, 1965. Following the regu- a n unprecedented third Augustine, Daytona Beach,

Give thanks to Him and i and Tarpon Marina. Freshwater lar service, dinnerwill In the be after-serv- consecutive championship. The Cape Kennedy, Satelite Beach,
ed on the grounds. Panthers were Sub Group III-B Miami West Naples St.
Key ,
bless his! name. checking spots will be at
noon, there will be special Champions, Croup II-B Champs, Petersburg, Tampa, Sarasota,
Psalms John Davis Fish Camp, Silver
-( 100:1)) with the dedica-
singing along
I-B and
ORCHIDS-ALL Lake, Roberts Fish Camp, and Region Champions, Jacksonville, Ft. Myers, and
COLORSBLANTON'S Today let's take time to be Langstons Landing. tion service. were eliminated in the State other interesting places. They

thankful for the good in our Frizeswill be awarded to sev- Everyone is cordially Invitedto Class "B" Tourney. The Panthers will return home Sunday, May

lives for the friendliness, ex eral classes of fish by size and attend. were 14-2 on the season
and were ranked 4th statewide. 23.Mr.
pressed by our friends, coworkers weight.
Graduating seniors are 6-year1 and Mrs. E. E. Roberts
and our family. We Also on Saturday afternoon FIRE PREVENTION veteran Billy Porter, Jerry Core, and daughters, Desi and Dawn,
there will be band concert
a by
are thankful for the opportu the Crawfordville School Band, URGED BY F.F.S. John Porter, Dale Harvey and of Tallahassee, spent Saturdayin
FLOWERS nities to express God's love Ralph Stevens. their home here.
and a public Fish Fry locatedon
and for the many blessings to All told, Pantherteams enter-
the Ochlocknee River near Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp visited -
Report from the Florida Forest '
bring continued good into our ed 61 contests this year, winning -
the George Walker Bridge.At Service all in the the Terry Land family in
urges persons 46 and
PHONE WA 6-3631 lives, so we can live in peace losing 15. Champ- Panama City Sunday.
county to exercise extreme caution -
ionships were
and harmony with our fellow Croup
in the woods. II-Cj Track, Group H-Q; and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Savory
age 20 we don't care The woods are tinder dry and Baseball, Group II-B RegionIB and son, Brad, of Cocoa, are
what the world thinks of us; chances for a major forest fire A.V.C. visiting her parents, Mr. and

find out it wasn'tthinking exists. Mrs. George Strickland, and
at age 50 we
Trash be
burning care-
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Strickland.
of us! at all.-Ron L. fully watched and no burning is tiite is liKe riainjf a con 1

Coffman, Grove City (Ohio) preferable.Let's muter train-someone is a.I Mr. and Mrs. Delton Colvin
Record. don't let fire destroy our ways around to tell you whet' of Medartwere the Sunday dinner -

natural woodlands. to get off!-Ron L. CofCmai* guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley -
OPEN THE DOOR Grove City (Ohio) Record. Smith and Tina.

The people of the Congrega-
tional Holiness Church were
very happy to have their pastor,
the Rev. Carlons Allen, back
TO with them Sunday. Rev. Allen
o {
t has eran'sHo'spital been a patient in Lake in the City Vet-for

several weeks.

Miss Mattie Revell is spendinga
week's vacation visiting her

sister Mr. and Mrs. L. B.

Moore Georgia. and family in Adel,

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hodge and
............ family of Tallahassee visited
Mrs. Delma Roberts and Miss

MAKE June Roberts Sunday.

/ JoeyStowell of Naples visited
NO friends and relatives here and

in Tallahassee last week.

J Mrs. Ruth Rowan returned to
\ FROSTEVER YOUR her home in Fort Myers last

weekend after spending two
weeks with her brother, Mr.

and Mrs. Macon Rudd.

) HOME BIGGER BETTER! Mr. and Mrs. Louie Posey and
girls of Medart were the dinner

<: IN guests Sunday.of Mrs. Willie Mae Porter -


The time is now, before summer, to make your home an even better
place to live. With a little aid from us in the form of a loan, you'll be MEN IN SERVICEUSS

i WONFROSTING- Saratoga (CVA-60)) (FH-
: '
surprised how handsome your home can be made. TNC) May 5 Marine Private

rj t First Class Eugene Cutchin, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cut-

chin of St. Marks, Fla. is

i. LECT .'CS1Th visiting Genoa, Italy, while
serving aboard the attack air-
i17 We take the if wish to improve craft carrier USS Saratoga, now
'.. suggest you steps you deployed with the U. S. Sixth

.. ........... Fleet in the Mediterranean.The .

I your home. First check your home for all repairs or Saratoga is scheduled to

be at Genoa from May 3 to 15.

alterations that wish make. Second Shehasbeen deployed with the
you to compile a complete
Sixth Fleet since December and

Genoa is her seventh port of
estimate including material and labor costs. And last, call. Other ports Included Naples -

Italy; Marseilles and
Keep those hot water pans away from your freezing compartment I come to the bank with your information and apply for your Cannes, France; Barcelona and
Valencia, Spain; and Athens,
There isn't with the
just any mop-up mess new Greece.
and home improvement loan Our loan costs are reasonable.And .
non-frosting electrics. Your refrigerator-freezer

freezer chest stay clean of packed-in ice. You'll be able to you can repay monthly from income and take as long as HOMECOMING AT

slide ice trays out easily (even keep a spare bowl of ice, NEW LIGHT CHURCH
, 36 months to Start improving home today.
; for they won't freeze together). Why, you'll even be able to read pay. your Homecoming services will be

, the labels on frozen foods again. See your electric held Cod Church at New Light Sunday Assembly, May 23.of

appliance dealer this month. He will demonstrate how Sunday School will begin at
10:00 followed by regular
freezer-frost is yesterday's problem! morning services at 11:00 A.M.
There will be a special sPeakerfor

Dinnerwill the morning be spread service.at noon,

[ LEWIS STATE BANKFlorida's followed by specialsinglng during

k 1f, / the afternoon.

Ii1 Come and join us for a day of
I. old fashioned Christian fellow-
Oldest is pastor of the church, located
12 miles from Tallahassee off

, Member Federal' Deposit Insurance Corporation the Crawfordville Highway.