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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 27, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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32327 THURSDAY NAT 27' 1965 PRICE IO CENTS PER COpy j 1
.Q WFORDVILLE, FLORIDA '
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+CHIPOLA JC ANNOUNCES 1 C.H.S. BAND NEWS I CROWDS ARE EXPECTED FOR SUN 6 FUN i 1 1I 1I I


SUMMER SESSIONMarianna By Wayne Jackie Stricklandand Braren TIME HERE' THIS WEEKENDFinal 11


Florida Thirty-offered It is getting time for schoolto plans have been completed for the first annual Sun and Fun
will be
three courses Weekend in Wakulla County.
out so that means we Time
during Chipola Junior College'ssummer have get just a few more days left Bernard Wilson, general chairman of the two-day event, said t

session beginning June in band although there will bea that everything is in order for the big affair.
Ned L. Haven -
Dr.
16 according to band You Activities will start around -

President. The first 16 three-and will summer hear more about program.this later. 2:00 P.M. Saturday afternoon SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

week term begins June Last Friday night the band had with a Water Ski Show and Time URGED IN BICYCLING 4
the second term i
ends on July 7; .
real nice turnout at the band Trials on the race course.A
a
will begin with registration on I the band concert will be given
held at
: concert that was Tallahassee Noting the num-
July 7 and end on July 28. school. at 4:30 P.M. by the Crawford- ber of traffic Injuries and deaths
three-week term arrange-
The and Last Saturday the band went ville School Band. suffered by young bicyclists dur-
students
those
ment allows and pic- The public Fish Frywill followa 1964 Col. H. N.
only on a swimming party ing Kirkman
teachers who desire to earn I
that will Include -
credit to do nic at Silver Lake. Chaperonswere platform program Director of the Department of
three semester hours for the
Mrs. Norma Jean Strick- awarding of prizes Public Safety asked today that
so in the shortest possible periodof and remarks
rodeo
by
Mrs. fishing
land, Mrs. W. C. Smith parents exercise stronger super-
time. and Senator George Tapper of the
Classes will begin at either Virginia Kelghtley Mr. vision overtheiryoungsters' cycling -
Mrs. Cecil Wright Mr. Buck 5th District. activities. I
7
and end at
8:00 A.M.
7:30 or
calls for 6
12:00 each day. All Miller, Mrs. Dot Nazworth Sundays program Last year ho said, there were

three-semesterhotr noon courses will Mrs. Florence Head, Mrs. Kay motorboat races. Starting timeis 34 killed and 1,599 injured in

hours Strickland, Mrs. Nell Russ, Mr. 2:00 P.M. Florida. The great majorityof
meet for three or more
Skip West the Band Director Bill Bellflower,race chairman the victims were In the 10-I
per day. A mid-morning Miss Sue Hollin- announced that all entrants in 14 groupwith the 5-9 I
'break is provided for recrea- and his fiance age group
the boat races will receive a
ger. The group really enjoyed second. .
tion and library use.
trophy. "It be remembered "he
themselves. must ,
clinic for high
reading the band will Entrants are expected from "that Florida law
This Saturday, continued requires this
school students will again be a play for the Chamber of Com- many boating clubs from the that cyclists observe the Dalton, center, of Panaci,i skippered the boat that < inn into grolmd'Wikullat I 1 County
feature of the summer Cant. John uncrowded
special South area.Organizations Florida's last p Y
This clinic will be merce SUN AND FUN TIME on Georgia same traffic rules motorists are catch of King ind Spanish Mai-kercl. i mc set

held session.from June 16 through July the Ochlocknee River west of that are Include taking required to observe, unless by Sun 6 t Fun 1 ime Saturday and Sundiy
in the celebration
enrolled in U. S. 98. You are invited to part their very nature they cannot '"'i .
Students
7. now
of
Chamber .
8-12 Inclusive are eligible come and hear our band play. Wakulla County apply. These, of course, include -

grades but Just recently the majorettesof Commerce Panacea Chamberof riding on the right side of
i for enrollment a w
Band went to Commerce Sopchoppy Lions the road
the C.H.S. giving proper hand
of 32 studentscan
maximum only Interested Daytona Beach for the State Club Crawfordville Woman'sClub signals and obeying all trafficsigns \
be accepted. Panacea Woman's Club, "
Championship Contest. It was and markings.
students should contact the col- the first year to go to State Con- St. Marks' Woman's Club FHP He noted further that in almost

lege or their high school prin- test and they rated good. Jackie Auxiliary American Legion every fatal crash, the cyclistwas
cipals for an application. dau- Sea Scouts and the Wakulla
offeredfor and Wayne Strickland either violating a law or
courses
,College-level the first term include Elementary ghter and son of Mr. and Mrs. County Jaycees. performing a foolishly danger-

Accounting Color and Bill Strickland were the ones our act.

Pictorai Ceneral who went. "A bicycle in traffic is not a

Composition General Chemistryand Once again the Band would MEETING OF CITRUS toy but a vehicle. The rider is

Biology Basic like you to come and hear the COMMISSION SET usually an age too Immatureto
Qualitative Analysis, a
1965 S. band conductedby AJ i s
CommunicationSkills C.H. operate an automobile yet t
Composition the Oc- 24 An he is without the of
Freshmen English), Sur- Mr. Skip West on Lakeland Fla., May protection i
( Literature West- locknee River Saturday May organizational meeting for the a steel body and more vulner-

veyof Civilization English AmericanHis- 29th play concert for you. 1965-66 season will be held by able than a pedestrian in that he

ern the Florida Citrus Commissionon cannot maneuver as easily "
1865 The Humanities
tory to Tuesday June 1, it was announced Col. Kirkman concluded.
Integrated Freshman Mathematics DEWEY
STATE SENATOR General rJ
Child Psychology Preparation here today by I
for Marriage Effective M. JOHNSON ELECTED Manager Homer E. Hooks. r

Hooks said the purpose of the SOPCHOPPY NEWSBy
Speaking and Survey of the 24 State
Tallahassee May meeting will be to.elect a. 1

Soctjl Science. include Senator Dewey M. Johnson chairman and vicechairmanand Louise C. Sapp
Second term offerings
Quincy was elected to mem-
Elementary Accounting, The to designate corporate Williams Gardner X
bershipon the Board of Govern The Mrs. Dorothy
Purpose of Art, General Biology secretary and attorney. Cardiff-by-the-Sea, CalIfornia -
ors of The Florida Bar at a will then appoint of

Communication Skills,Sur- meeting of the Board in Pensa- new chairman committees for the visited her brother Joe

vey of English Literature Persona cola May 21-22. Commission said. Williams for several days. Mrs. 0

1 and Community Health He will be sworn in at the annual new season the he agenda will be Gardner is a native of Wachulla /4
Problems Western Civilization Also on and taught school in
Bar convention in Miami formal seating of three new Florida
American History since 1865 the and Florida. A -
Beach next month to serve until The three appointed Tennessee graduate
Commissioners.
The Humanities Fundamentalsof 1966 of the University of Tennessee -
June as a representative Governor Haydor
Mathematics Introduction to of the lawyers in the Second by for three and post graduate of

Recreation and Introduction to Judicial Circuit along with Burns on Friday Chester McDonald year Peabody, she is an author and the flats Wakulla County. Come join the Fun C Sun
Physical Education. terms are world traveler.Mr. Pictured above is a catch of trout taken on in
Leo L. Foster Tallahassee.The ol
of Lakeland James Samson
Two General Chemistry Time this Saturday and Sunday.
courses vacancy was created as and J. J. Parrlsh Jr. ,.
and Qualitative Analysis Tampa, and Mrs. Bill Klinger
a four-semester hour course with the result of a recent amend- of Titusville. Governor Burns and daughter, Janet of Detroit PANTHER ATHLETE WINS MEN IN SERVICEFort
Bar's rule
menttothe governing reappointed C. D. Newbern ol arrived 15 to FFA NEWS
May SCHOLARSHIPTerry
and Integrated Michigan, ATHLETIC
laboratory requested by the Board of Cov- three and Robert I AHTNC -
Freshman Math a four-semes- Tampa for years visit Mrs. Khngcr's parents Dix, N. J. ( )
attendance ernorsand approved by the flo- Snively of Winter Haven Mr. and Mrs. Bun Simmons. Daytona Beach (Special) Ro- Core standout athlete Willie C. Donaldson son of }.:.t.
terhour tequire ,
course rida Supreme Court reapportion- of Weirs- bert Franklin Page, 20, National -
Donaldson
for both terms. and Key Scales Jr. Other guests of Mr. and Mrs. and student at Crawfordville and Mrs. George C. ,
the Future
from of the
ingthe representatives dale for two year terms. Included their daughter Vice President athletic Sopchoppy Fla. received an
Regular admission require- Simmons High School, signed an
judicial circuits on the from Hobo -
serving of America
ments as shown in the college board of the statewide Scales has served continuouslyon and family, Mr. and Mrs. Farmers will be the grant in aid with Madison Jun- early promotion to Army pay
governing
since 1951, ken Georgia
Commission E-2 following
catalog apply. New or entering of and the Earl Taunton and children Kathy featured ior College last week. grade private
organization lawyers Jud- and
a
served on honored guest of basic
freshmen report for pre-re- Parrish previously and Robert, of Panama City State Jerry will attend the Madison successful completion
the Commission from 1952 to of speaker at the Florida at Fort Dix,
ges.Under Charles Simmons of combat training
gistration testing on June 15. the provisions of the a- and be held June school on a full scholarship
In Convention
1955 and was its chairman visited them Sun- FFA next N. May 13.
and J.
freshmen must have Tallahassee board tuition ,
Entering mendedrule room
lawyers in the Second 15-18 at Daytona Beach.About800Florida awarded the
1954. the firstC. Donaldson was
for admission Core becomes
been accepted Judicial Circuit Franklin Future year.
I ( said the staff would months earlier
Hooks and Is two
15. day.Mr. H. S. athlete to sign promotion
to June Gadsden Leon LIberty attend
prior Jefferson to
Florida teachers enrolled for brief the new Commission and Mrs. Terry Land and Farmers are expected believed to be the first in the than Is customary because of

will not andWakulla Counties) are members on general operations sons, Tracy and Darre 11, of the convention it was reported his proficiency In firing the M-
certification purposes entitled to two representativeon after June 1". visited Mr.Land's today by H. E. Wood State county. the
be required submit admission "beginning soon Panama City, The Panthers arc expecting to 14 rifle, his high score on
the 37-man Board.A Edu-
The meeting Is scheduled for mother, Mr. and Mrs. Supervisor of Agricultural before combat proficiencytest
during another physical
All offered signing
courses announce
papers. law graduate of the University official delegatesfrom
at the weekend. cation. Two and
2:00 P.M. next Tuesday L. C. over his bearing
Sapp and military
the session have been approved of Florida College of Law here. each of the state's 178localchapterswlllcomprlse the summer Is out, as negotia-
interested to
Commission headquarters Friends be ath- capabilities.The .
for teacher certification Johnson is now serving his tent may the tions with another senior leadership
by the Florida State know Terry appears on television lete are underway. early promotion programIs
purposes regular session in the Florid to conduct the business -
of Education.An at 2:00 P.M. on Sundays voting body the result of a new Department -
Department summer's Senate where he served as presi- PARENT-TEACHER over television station in Pana- of the convention. of the Army policy to recognize -
addition to this dent In 1959. He also served who will
State FFA officers TEACHER AWARDED
COURSE LOCAL and incentiveto
schedule is a Modem Mathematics four terms in the Florida Houseof LEADERSHIP ma City. over the convention provide
preside
for Teachers course. This Representatives. SET FOR GAINESVILLE and C. Riv- SCHOLARSHIP outstanding trainees.
have Mr. Marlon
President
.. offered primarily for We are happy to are The 22-year-old soldier is a

course is teachers and it is 'Calnesville Over 1,000 PTA Mrs. Clarence Flowers in Sop- iere, Santa Fe Chapter at Ala- Mrs. Gertrude Cow d y. who 1960 graduate of Shade v t lle

designed elementary acquaint them with CRAWFORDVILLE members from throughout Florida choppy. The Flowers are residing chua; First Vice President Lewis teaches the Sixth Grade In the High School in Crawfordvilleand

modern topics of mathematics.Since PERSONALS will meet at the Universityof in the RevellApartments. Ward, Suwannee Chapter at Crawfordville School, was a- attended Florida Agricultural

new textbooks and new Florida on June 8-11 to dis- Live Oak; Second Vice Presi- warded scholarship by the flo- and Mechanical Universityand

changing Sorry Robert Roddenberry bin dent Paul Adams, Lake Weir Federation of Garden Clubs, Philadelphia College of
concepts in teaching of Mrs. Inez Walker went to cuss values in today's Memorial Third rida .
Summerfield
mathematics will be introducedin Jacksonville last weekend to visit world. the Tallahassee Chapter at ; Inc. this week.Tills Textiles and Science.CRAWFORDVILLE .
BradCulverhouse -
the area schools beginning in her father who is sick. PTA official and universityprofessors Hospital. Wish him a speedy Vice President Fourth Vice scholarship pays for a

will discuss factors recovery. Fort Pierce; three-week conservation workshop .
1965 it is felt that this course
,
will be of particular Interest to The Crawfordville Seniors returned affecting values in the family Macon Rudd was also admit- President James President B. Wells Bobby Jay W.; to be held at Florida State BAND
Vice
home Sunday from their and world as wellas Fifth University Tallahassee begin-
community
teachers.All Memorial -
Tallahassee
the and
ted to
interested students are trip to the New York World's the objectives and policies Hospital on May 23. Hopehe Cobum Winter.President H a ven MitchellT. I ning June 22 through July 9 und SCHEDULES CONCERTThe
Sixth Vice
communicate Mr. C. of the association.This e r the direction of Professor
urged to can soon be able to returnto
fora bulle- Fair.Mrs. will be the 29th annual Starling, Macclenny. Ennis L. Chestang Assistant Crawfordville School

D. West and Registrar other information.New Wooten Smith left last Short Course in Parent-Teacher his home. The visiting National Officer Professor of F. S.U. Band will go on a picnic Saturday -

tin and/or any entering students Saturday for New York. While Leadership held in Florida. It Happy birthday to Laddis Co- Robert Page was elected to his Mrs. Cowdy has taught; school May 22, to Silver Lake.
there she will visit the World's position at the National FFA she'shappiest This is their first outing of the
should apply admission with- is conducted by the Florida Institute wart Valma Rudd Vanita most of her life and says
Fair. Mrs. Charlie Adams from University Convention In Kansas City when working with year. Parents will act as
for Continuing Vause David Crum Terry
out delay. He has
also went with her. Missouri last October. chaperones.A .
Quincy Studies and Is sponsored by Land and Peggy Taylor. children.
local FFA offices
of Parents held several Band Concert will be giv-
the Florida Congress
and served one year as State en at the school Friday night
The Crawfordville Tenth South ,
and Teachers.In Nina Aplin left for
Grade Class went on a picnicto addition to speakers then Florida Mrs. where she will visit her President of the Georgia Association Safe Driving May 21st at 7:30 P.M.

YOUTH FELLOWSHIP SUPPEKIT last Saturday. throughout Everyone Is Invited to attend -
Silver Lake are over 50 workshops daughter Rochell, and grand-
this
CRAWFORDILLE the four-day conference In children. Nina plans to spend Starts At 35, free concert and see

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rehwin- various areas of PTA progran several days sightseeing and the progress the band has made

A chicken supper will be serv- kel I returned home Monday after activity and leadership respon- touring some of the places In NEW CHURCH TO BE Years That Is this year.

ed Saturday June 5th, 1965, spending several days with their sibilities. Florida. The band will give a free

from 5130 to 7:30 P.M. at the daughter and family, Mr. and DEDICATED MAY 30THDedicatlonservlceforthe Life may begin at 40 but concert Saturday afternoon

Crawfordville Methodist Church Mrs. Robert Stone at Opa-locka BKOtCHT: TO FLORIDAFlorida's safe driving starts at age 35. May 29! for the Wakulla

by members of the Crawford- Florida. new That was the conclusion Chamber of Commerce Sun

____ Gardens, Tower Pentecostal Holiness and Fun Time on the Ochlocknee -
vine Methodist Youth Fellow NOTICEDeadline I Cypress I of a survey of the Illinois

ship. The M.Y.F. Sub-District held which: Is known as "America'sTropical \ Church on the CrawfordvilleArron State License Division River.

The prices of the meal are their regular monthly meeting Wonderland actuallyis Road will be held May showed that the safest .

Adults $1.00 and children SO*. in Carrabelle Monday night for News Copy is the setting of plants movedto 30, 1965. Following the regu- which REMEMBER WHEN!
9:30 A.M. on Tuesdays. Due Florida bv Mr. and Mrs lar dinnerwlllbe serv- automobile drivers are
service
Tickets can be secured from 17th. Eric Mathis was
any member of the MYF or at May elected President and Diane to production costs It has become Richard D. Pope from throughout j ed on the grounds. In the afternoon those between the ages of In 1921, when Miami Beach

the church the night. of the sup- Porter Secretary, both from necessary enforce news the world. there will be special 35 and 75.Illinois. had one drug store and one

per. Crawfordville. copy deadline. -0- 1 singing along with the dedication drivers in the 20- service station both closed because

of the Please help us to give yqu a : : service. bracket hada of the lack of business
The proceeds suppej St. Augustine founded In 15S5, i through-24 age It was this the Miami
will toward the .um better paper. permanent white Everyone is cordially invited of accidents year
go mil Mrs. Mary Criner Is a patient Editor Is the oldest I higher percentage Beach Chamber of Commercewas
youth camp program. Tallahassee Memorial Hospi I settlement in what is now the I to; attend. than any other age organized to promote the
at United States and it is here the small .
community.'wl
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tal. I first white child was born. group.



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2 .WAKIJLLA.. COUNTY NEWS'j I R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME ,
THURSDAY. MAY J7,| 1965 MAlE Hnp WANTED '
Embalmer & Funeral Director
1 LEARN A TRADE! Licensed

EARN as you LEARN! Phone 697-3366
If you arc 18-30 yean old
Have 9th Crade EducationYou
WAKULLA may qualify NOW for CARRABELLE, FLA.

AUTO MECHANICS COURSEor "21 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"

COUNTY NEWS ( other JOB training)

For details apply at once SERVING WAKULLA COUNTY
.
Telephone W Alnul 6 1301Virirlni
STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE .
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KriKhllfr Editor lt-5/27. k-'J

MAKE
LEGL NOTICES t :
F,...1 Ktichtlry Publisher; FLORIDA STATE I
In the Court of the Comity

Entered nt Crswfordville. Florida Judge Wa kul la County, mmmaummmmmmtm
Florida. In Probate.IN _
WEDNESDAY THRU SAT SAT. '
THRU
nt second clan matter Sub crip WEDNESDAY /
REt Estate ofLtirctta YOUR ..c4 <
turn ratti. f 3 90 per year E. Patterson,
: Deceased.To .

All Creditors and Persons 'nil GIRLS ON TIlE BEACH

REAL ESTATE Against Having Said Claims Estate or: Demands Gregory Peck MIRAGE- Diane Bilur HOME BIGGER, BETTER! i

You and each of you arc hereby I

Home Acreage notified and required to present I
any claims and demands
lot I
\VatClflOHt which you, or either of you, ; before to make home
II The time is now, summer, your an even better
WILLIAMSREALTY may ha\" against the estate ol I
HENRY Luretta E. Patterson, deceased,
BROKER late of said County to the place to live. With a little aid from us in the form of a loan, you'll be
2
741 P. O. Box of Waknll County
Phone County Judge ORIVE-IN
Florida PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITC1
St. Marks Florida, at his office in thecouit surprised how handsome your home can be made.
HWY. i
ON WOODVILLE
house of said County itGrawfordvillc OUTDOOR

Florid i, with!i
six calendar months from the THIRS FRI SAT 'fHtIRS FRI SAT
.-.. -- -. time of the first publication ol
this notice. Twocopios of each
If You Need.
claim or dcinind shall be in
e Office-Supplies writing i and shall state the TWO ON A CUILLO11M; CUNFICIIf ,MCOMANCIII I We suggest you take the following steps if you wish to improve .
place of residence and post office CRII land \
e Business Machines andSIGNPOST
e Office I'urniture address of the claimant, home. First check home for all
TO MURDI your your repairs or
and shall be sworn to by the MOONSIiINI.IOUNTAII: \
See or Call claimant, his agent, or attOlI -
Fri. G Sat. Bonus Fi .itiur '
RANEY WHALEYat I ney and accompanied by a filing and alterations that you wish to make. Second, compile a com
fee of one dollar and such RING OF TREASON COD'S LIT I IIP I ACRI

claim shall be or void.demand not so filed plete estimate including material and labor costs. And last,

CAPITAL OFFICE
Dave Patterson As Admin
EQUIPMENT CO. istrator Cum ,Test i" onto come to the bank with your information and apply for your
319 South AdlAm St.Corner I
Annexe the Estate of lu-

E. 1'mnscolaTALLAHASSEE.. H.OR1IU retta E. Patterson, I home improvement loan. Our loan costs are reaso'nable.And .


4t-5/6 deceased.. 13.20.27.1965. NOTICESPECIALS I from income and take
you can repay monthly as long as
FRU SAT, MON. AND TUBS.
I
uoKII: TIC TANK RESERVE LIFE 36 months to pay. Start improving your home today.Florida's .
I INSURANCE COMPANYOne
I SERVICE. I II

.11 of Florida's oldest legal I reserve SIRLOIN STEAK Ib. 69c
I Clean Out companies specializing in
*
Repair hospital, medical I surgical,
I .,* New Installation Income protection and a full Smoked PICNIC Shoulders, lb. .39c

The Best For Lesi: line of life Insurance coverage

-.- is planning an extensive expan- Smoked PORK CHOPS LEWIS STATE BANK
I, Telephone sion program! and will recruita lb. 69c
limited number of men to
,
Tiillahasxee 877-177:

': :after l fi-00: nm complete 1. Applicant our staff must be over 21 Bama MAYONNAISE, qt. 49C


| 2.and Must under have 55 years,i burning of age.desireto Lindy Cream Style CORN 2 for 29c OldestMember

i Dees Barber ShopI earn $50 a day with our day Federal' Deposit Insurance Coronr.Hor
old qualified leads.
3. $433.34 monthly guaranteed Spring Farm Evap. MILK, 3 for 39c

fOUR POINTS earnings to those who qualify
I with a polenti 11 of $SOO to

BOYS HAIR CUTS $1,00 $1600 per month. BANANAS 21 Ibs. 25c:
I 4. Men:: selected will he given

OPEN TIL office and field training b\ experienced Gleem Tooth PASTE, family size 59c
''' Company personnel
P.M. FRIDAYS
including weekend schooling In
'I Ml TCAir I KOXTNSHRIMP
points located either in Floridaor

..*W MlllTtUtn Georgia.S. 10 OZ. 59cWE
Automobile
necessary.
I .' '"'"D B\IS-GRV.., 'J l 1111 RS 6. Those selected must begii.
Immediately. NOW HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF KODAK FILM/

I "('OS, Qitne 7. The men selected at this AND ALSO DEVELOPING SERVICE AVAILABLEWE
.. fiK! tN !'Lars time will, within 30 days, be

I __ __.. placed in charge of ncaib1\
branch offices as managers. Se. M., Johnnie
Bell
For confidential interview flout NOW HAVE A FULL LINE OF

: CLtRK'S and mail coupon below. Ii
i you feel it necessary, you may BULK SEED & FERTILIZERSHOP

submit personal resume along yI
1.
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E I DIRECTORYratorniu NOTICE Sec IS 1'1-1.16.IIEREBY F.S.GIVEN, O FOR OUR 1965 TRADES

tint A. L. PORTER, the holder LOT NO. 1
of the following certificates O LOT NO. 2
f O
F Thr ic Advertisers has filed said certificates for a I I 327 N. ADAMS 1414 S.
MONROE ST.
f deed to be issued thereon.
tax V:1.11YT,
x The certificate numbers and i 60 clean rel 4d"nr economy a $395 62 CHF.efltnerr:ROLlT.Ica Ia.:::'mf aELA1R.stnA.re/ K

years of Issuance, the description runnln. tar ...ml...... nAl I. .nA be.....
. of ths: property, and tin 1'; L a I .= Nall.

; i rR M Little Folks Store O. I I. GRAMLING names in which It was assessed I '64 fOil fUll M.... t 'oe. .lIb ...1. mil.Iane1...wl/n..... ..1.,, Mw s))245
I Inc. arc as follows: -.I.I: : : lNnr IbU'
FEEDSHint !!J "The Capltal'a Certificate No. 1 N.1Mml..,:; .A., x1)695 63 YOLR.WM.C'r: AIR rOOjDrtlOOD.n. : : .
t I Majors & CO i Year of Issuance 1963 I .. ....... .. Ind
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AS WILL BE NECESSARY TO PAY THAT THE TIlE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LAND OR SO MUCH THEREOF, Maria 5. WIeten Lot 19 But 15 3.47
TO SAME TOGETFIER Wri E AMOUNT DUE FOR TAXES FOR 1964 HEREIN SET OPPOSITE Mrs. Mack J. Smith Lot 60 Elk 15 3.47
PUBlIC AUCTION TUESDAY iT; 1ST COST OF .UCli SALE AND ADVERTISING, WILL BE SOlD AT Clifton E. Cushman Lot 1 B1I 16 3.47M.
CLOCK NOON AT TILE COUR'T DAY OF JUNE, A.D. 1965, AT THE HOUR OF 12:00 0'- Tracy Lot 19 Elk 16 3.47
FORDVILLE, STAn OF FLORzD. USE DOOR IN THE COUNTY OF WAKULLA, CITY OF CRAW- Raleigh W. Morrison Lot 17 BIk 17 3.47
John C Elizabeth Gilbert Lot 21 Elk 17 3.47

JAMES M. CWIN TAX COLLECTOR Franklin Thurman C T Beck Lot 24 Elk 17 3.47
Oliver L. C Louise Tudor Lot 26 BIk 17 3.47
NAME DESK .u; nON AMOUNT Charles Richard Bays Lot 47 Bile 18 3.47
Clifford 1. Ii Eloise ACRES DUE Lottie Kitchen Lot 7S BUt 18 3.47
Kelly 1/21c.
Kenneth Eo Thomas N-1/2 IiIh.. above dascri ion In Sec. 20 2S IE 112. $ 32.90 Jose R. Bennett Lot 22 Bile 19 3.47
Kenneth Eo Thomas or fW114, of SIC. 0 251E 80 15.83 Keel, Jr. Lot 8 But 20 3.47
N-I/Z of NE-1/4 of Sec. 32 and the N-1/2 of James Ii Bertha Wilson Lot 30 BUt 20 3.47
Wie Smith NW-1/4; of Sec. b 2S IE 160 31.46 Hollis C Hell Hughes Lot 43 Bile 20 3.47

A. per DB 7 P-74 in Sec. 3 3S lW 1 1.62 France Brooks Lot 44 BIk 20 3.47
Isaiah Thomas West 15 acres of i N-1/2 of S-1/2 Anselm F. Stenberg Lot 58 BUt 20 3.47
Sec. 15 35 lW of NW-1/4 of Catherine Ii Garland Huffman Lot 66 BUt 20 3.47D.
Blanche R. Sanders E-1/2 of 5 15 S.09 L Thomas, Jr. Lot 15 Elk 21 3.47
acres in 'W-1/4 of
18 3S lW NW-1/4 of Sec. Melvin 1.0 UCkert Lot 71 BIk 21 3.47
Beatrice 1. Flechtner 1/2 acre of land 2..1/Z 3.55 Jack Dunn Lot 7S Elk 21 3.47
ty Ing In N-1/2
of S&01/4 of
Nt.1/4, Sec. 18 3S 1W Ralph Newman Lot 3 B1I 22 3.47
Mid-State Investment I/Z 63.80 Evelyn Breedin Lot 7 Elk 22 3.47

Corp. A. per DB SS P.Slln Raymond C. Martin Lots 39 and 40 Bile 22 5.94Abe
Ott and Susie Caraway DB 57 P-8 In Sec. 21 Sec.35 lW 1935 lW 1/2 16.45 R. Dejager Lot 59 Elk 22 3.47
Eddie Hughes 1 2.55 Esther I. Yarberry Lot 14 BUt 23 3.47
Commencing at SE
7 Hartsfield comer of NW-1/4 of lot Terry Glenn Camp Lot 17 BIk 23 3.47
Survey
Unknown In SE 7..112 5.09 Howard E. Carpentar Lot 26 BUt 23 3.47
comer of 5.1/2
Lot 23 Hartsfield of S.1/2 of NW-1/4 of William F. Miller Lot 29 BIk 23 3.47
Noah P. Harvey BD 60 Survey 4 2.93 Jean P. Brewer Lot 48 BIk 23 3.47
P-391
In Lot 24 I
Jay Sal Development Co. DB 53 P-235 Hartsfield Survey 1/4 10.27 W. D. Ellis Lot 54 BIk 23 3.47
In Lot 36
Ben Stoutamire Hartsfield Survey 60 12.12 Caren Moletech Lot 2 Elk 24 3.47
lotS, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 30 to 36 Incl. Lyle Williams Lot 20 Bilk 24 3.47
unrecorded subd. of lot 41 and 42 Hartsfield Stella M. Comer Lot 34 Elk 24 3.47

A. L. Brown Survey 21.54 Robert W. Ii Mae Towler Lot 38 BIk 24 3.47J.
Heirs of A. J. DB 55 P-35 In Lot 43 Hartsfield Survey 2. 2.55 P. BoMb Lot 41 BIk 24 3.47
Tully In W-1/2 of NW-1/4 of Lot 76 less 2/d Charles J. C Anna Schneider Lots 31 and 32 Elk 25 5.94

Heirs of Wiley Sanders interest Hartsfield Survey 30 8,18 Daniel Pope, Jr. Lot 33 Elk 25 3.47
An undivided 1/11 Interest In aU except 200 George M. Johnson, Jr. Lot 42 Bile 25 3.47

Malcolm and Laura r. acres of Lot 82 H.1rtsfield Survey 14 6/11 6.09 Sherry J.. Blair Lot 55 Elk 25 3.47

Randolph Broache Lot 73 Elk 25 3.47
Harper
DB 39 P-592. 1 acre mIl in lot 92
Jerry Digirolamo Lot 9 Blk 26 3.47
Roy and Willie Mae Hartsfield Survey 1/2 8.18 Randolph L Broache Lot 42 Blk 26 3.47
Simmons Vernon and May Carter Lot 52 Elk 26 3.47
6 acres In NW comer of Lot 102 Serge English Ii Howard Baker Lot 65 Blk 26 3.47

North Shore Bank of Hartsfield Survey 6 3.SS George Lilly Lot 50 But 5 Unit II 3.47
Miami Mrs. J. Hubert Griffin Lot 17 Blk 9 Unit II 3.47
D549 P-192, all of Lot 104 Hartsfield Survey 360 94.70
North Shore Bank DB 49 P-192, lots 114 and 115 oHIS less land MAGNOLIA GARDENS

sold, containing 640 acre (this Included Katie C Allie Vllnn Lots 11 and 12 B1k A 5.94
Boggy Island and Cut-Off Island In the mouth Dennis Meyer Lot 23 BUt A 3.47

Mrs. Annie of Srring Creek) Hartsfield Survey 640 190.40. Edith Ruth Davis Lot 42 Elk A 3.47
Kemp Lot 1 of B. H. Rogers Subd. as shown by map Hazel Pipella Lot 45 Blk A 3.47
or plat of said land of records on P.37 of DB 33 Ronald L. Rockhill Lot 50 Uk A 3.47
in Lot 115 of Hartsfield Survey 5.85 Kenneth Silke Lot 60 Elk A 3.47F.
James H. Morgan Lot 15 In Alton Willis Subd. In Lot 115 .
Mark C Marie Rhoadcs Lot 6S Elk A 3.47
Hartsfield Survey OR 3 P-560 8.18 Gerald C Violet Keller Lot 72 But A 3.47
John A. Wall, Jr. All of Piney Island OR 4 P-361 2000 371.80 Virginia rrenier Lot 96 Elk A 3.47
Heirs. of 1. S. Tully SE-1/4 of SE-1/4, less 13 acre to A. E. Joseph W. Bailey Lot 111 BlkA 3.47

Tully In Sec. 25 3S 2W 27 7.25 Mrs. lIaMah Gilbert Lot 115 BIk A 3.47
B. C P. Inc. A lot 35 yds by 55 in SC-l/4
yds of Se-l/4, Joyce Louise Land Lot 117 Elk A 3.47
DB 60 P-207 in Sec. 26 3S 2W 3.55 Archie Braden Lot 134 BUt A 3.47
Heirs of Nancy Allen Lot 4 of Donaldson Est. less 1 acre In SW Raburn Crave Lot 147 But A 3.47

cor. less 1 acre in NE corner DB 47 P-19 In Johnnie Ruth Mixon Lot 151 BIk A 3.47
Sec. 12 4S 2W 15 6.09 Willie R. C Carthel Yates Lot 1 Elk B 3.47
Lime Hartsfield and
Willie R. C Carthel Yates Lot 26 Bile B 3.47
Daisy White SE-1/4 of NE-1/4 of SW-1/4, of Sec. 2545 2W 10 5.09 Charles H. Moll Lot 3 Blk C 3.47
W. D. C Nannie Bowen DB 54 P-3071n Sec. 2545 2W
4 7.18 Mrs. Delarce Mask Lot 24 Bile C 3.47
Nannie. Bett Jones N-1/2 of SE-1/4 of NE-1/4 of Sec. 26 less 35 George Teyssier, Jr. Lot 38 Blk D 3.47
acres of Sec. 26 4S 2W 158.7 32.9C Ralph E. Ii Mary Weaver Lot 46 Elk D 3.47
Royal Carraway 1 1/13 acres In W-1/2 of 5E-1/4 of NW-1/4 of Edna Ottendorfer Lot 47 B1I D 3.47
Sec. 1 5S 2W 11113 17.45 Gaston Rehn Lot 48 Blk D 3.47
Carl Lee Daniel DB 56 P-S36In Sec. 3 5S 2W 1/2 16.45 Mary L. C Richard Homer Lot 31 Elk E 3.47
Susie Taylor DB 54 P-497 In above Description In Sec. Allen Griffin Lot 6 Bile F 3.47
3 55 2W 1 2.93 Pinkney W. Ii Margaret Wills Lot 10 BIk F 3.47
Mid-State Homes, lnc. 50 x 75' In Nt-1/4 of SE-1/4 OR 2 P525In Thomas E. Halyburton Lot 11 B1I F 3.47
Sec. 3 5S 2W 17.45 William K. Hamm Lot 33 BIle F 3.47
Roy Revell 1.12 acres In SE-1/4, OR 4 P-444 In Sec. Harold E. Shoup, Jr. Lot 34 B1I F 3.47
3 5S 2W 1.12 5.09 Esther Hutchinson Lot 15 Elk H 3.47C.
Alfred Revell 1/2 acres In SE-1/4 OR 4 P-447 In Sec. 3 N. Youngblood Lot 41 BIk I 3.47

5S 2W 1/2 3.55 Henry, Geraldine C Catherine
t James L Johnson N-1/2 of SE-1/4 of SW-1/4 of Sec. 355 2W 9 2.85 Reed Lot 48 BIk J 3.47

Mid-State Homes, Inc. t; per :;: P-79, a parcel of land 75 x 300' Russell Meyers Lot 2 Blk K 3.47
2W 26.72 Leonard E. Hancock Lot 8 Blk K 3.4
Lou Mitchell Smith DB 38 P-207 In Sec. 6 55 2W 15.1 4.09 Talmadge and Newell Beck Lot 11 B1I K 3.47
Marion Green Commence at SE corner of See 6 Cont. Cherry Jordon Lot 15 Elk K 3.47
15.1 acres mIl and being situation In the Robert L. Shook Lot 25 Elk K 3.47
SE-1/4 of Sec. 6 SS 2W 15.1 6.09 Gilbert Roundtree Lot 5 Bile L 3.47
Prince Green DB 38 P-207 In SE-1/4 of Sec. 6 5S 2W 15.1 4.09 Gerald E. Paralette Lots 11 and 12 Elk L 5.94
Mila Adams Begin at the SE corner of Sec. 6 run N 25 Elizabeth S. White Lot 13 Elk L 3.47
chs along the Eastern boundary line of said WaIlls E. Henderson Lot 35 B1I L 3.47
Sec. 6 and then run W 6.04 chs, thence Leonard D. Ii Louise Thorp Lot 47 BIk L 3.47
S 25 cbs, thence E along the Southern boundary William T. McDa'1lels' Lot 16 Elk M 3.47
of said Sec. 6, the distance of 6.04 cbs to the Edna C Wilson Brittingham Lot 22 BIk M 3.47

pcb, containing 15.1 acres mIl and being In the Pittman, Sophia C Jerry
SE-1/4 of Sec. 6552W 15.1 11.09 llens ley Lot 33 BIk N 3.47
Cumbie and Sallie White Dd 57 P-242 In Sec. 7 5S 2W 2 8.72 Eugenia H. Stelmach Lot 8 Blk N 3.47
Sallie Allen White On E side of the NW-1/4 of Sec. 75S 2W 10.27 Leslie D. Johnston Lot 24 BUt N 3.47
John Price All of SE-1/4 of NW-1/4 lying S of State Rd 10, Ruby M. WIlhite Lot 38 Elk N 3.47
containing 1/2 acre also 5 acres lying In NE Nellie Armstrong Lot 45 BIk N 3.47
corner of NI-1/4 of SW-1/4 of Sec. 755 2W S..I/2 5.85 Mrs. Cleo Hall Lot 51 BIk N 3.47
Mid-State Homes, Inc. DB 60 P-188In Sec. 7 5S 2W .42 10.21 Mrs. A. Brink Lot 53 BUt N 3.47
Hampton Rosier 1 acre In SE-1/4 of NE-1/4, OR 2 P948in Claude Rumford Lot 1 Bile 0 3.47
Sec. 7552W 1 5.09 Ben Shelton Lot 24 But 0 3.47
West Florida Enterprises That part of SE-1/4 of NW-1/4 lying S of G. A. Baker Lot 35 Elk 0 3.47
State Rd 10. containing 9-1/2 acre mIl, Jewel M. Arnett Lot 9 Elk P 3.47
also 5 acres mIl lying In NE corner of NE-1/4 Dalton Judd Lot 27 BIk P 3.47
of SE-1/4 of Sec. 7552W 14-1/2 10. 1 S Howard Barntl10use Lot 29 Elk P 3.47
Joe Priest, Inc. DB 61 P-424 In Sec. 2 and sometime known as Sarah J. Grieves Lot 34 Elk P 3.47
Sec. Iln Sec. 165 2W 32.90Ted Reynaldo F. Hemandes Lot 37 BIle P 3.47
E. Phlllipe DB 56 P-223 In Sec. 1 6S 2W 1/4 7.18 Julia W. C Sybil Tucker Lot 47 Elk P 3.47
Ted E. Phillips DB 56 P-225 In Sec. 165 2W 5.as 16.45 Delano Stumbo Lot 4 Elk Q LU
Floyd W. Williams DB 35 P-537in Sec. 165 2W 1/2 38.08R. Jack Fussell Lot 9 Blk Q 3.47

J. Edwards Begin at a culvert on SAL RR on a branch In Hugh Tyre Lot 3 BIk R 3.47
Sec. 1 then running southward along E boundary Norman C Joan Stephens Lot 4 BIk R 3.47
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51 E 371 ft. Rancle C. McKinney Lot 18 and 19 BIk R 5.94Lillian
of said rd 440 ft., thence S dgs ,
C Allen Lot 13 Elk 1 Greiners Addition
Joseph
3.47
branch thence
thence N 11.1/2 dgs W 502 ft to a
100 ft to R/W of said rd culvert to pcb, containing Lillian and Joseph Allen Lots 1 2 and 24 BIk 2 Grelners Addition 8.42
2-1/2 acres lying partly In Sec. 1 C 12, DB 58 Alice Snd Ray Hutton Lot 5 bile 3 Greiners Addition 3.47
Pin Sec.. 12 5S 3W 2 18.27 William B. Miller Lot 19 Elk 3 Greiners Addition 3.47
5' H. Haren Lot 8 BIk 5 Grelners Addition 3.47
P 168 In Sec. 23 5S 3W 09 James
W. R. Yates In SW-1/4 of SW-1/4, DB 59 :21
16:45: Thomas W. Todd Lot 23 Elk 6 Grelnen Addition 3.47
George W. Gibbs DB 55 P-15 in Sec. 13 3S 5W
7.18 Annie S. C Craig Mullen Lot 1 BUt 7 Greiners Addition 3.47
C. T. Davis OR 2 P 8970 x 100 In Sec. 13 3S 5W
4:09: 3.47
Lawrence E. Grosch Lot 6 Blk 7 Greiners Addition
15 P 221 East Goose Creek
Josephine Mayson DB 1.62 Joseph H. C Grace Stevens Lot 3 BIk 9 Grelners Addition 3.47
Unknown 12 4 Town of Waneta
Lot Sq. 14 Greinen Addition 3.47
3.47 L P. Bostwick Lot 9 BIk
Unknown Unknown Lots Lots 8'and 7 10 and 10 Sq.11 Sq.11 Town 6 Town of Waneta of Waneta 2.24 LoMle DlspeMette Lots I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 Bile C
16:45: Rakers Addition to Crawfordville 15.90
Tom Hawkins Lot 101 Town Newport 7.18 Hallene Strickland Huff Lot 4 Bile 14 Town of Shady Sea 2.55
Louise Shufiord Lots 8 and 9 Elk A Town of Eo St. Marks
4.09
19' 8 Willis Subdivision
W. L. Carter Lot 8 BIk
Mary Hazel McFadden Lots 1 to 12 Inclusive: BIk B Town of St. Marks 54. 31.90R.
12 Town of
Peggy C James Brooks Lots 42, 47, 48 BIk Sopchoppy
Ben C Lucille Stoutamlre Lets 1 C 2 B1I 25 Town of St. Marks 872 Walthal Lou 52 to 57 BIle 14 Town of Sopchoppy Eo Side 31.90R.
Thomas Ashton Lot 13 BIk 26 Town of St. Marks 7'18.33 WalthaI A. per DB 60 1"-314 103 ft by 68 ft part of lot 65 East Side
Louise Shufiord Lot 3 BIk 30 Town of St. Marks Town of Sopchoppy 25.72
Ben Stoutamlre feU 4 lI'd 6 BIk 34 Town of St. MdrkS 7. 1 8 Audie Langston Lots 65 and 66 Town of Sopchoppy W. Side 4.09

A. A. Parish Lots 1415' and 16 Elk H ShIelds Subd. 62.80 Ashmore Brothers Lot 64 Elk 6 Town of Panacea 16.45J.
St. Marks Ho Hudson Lots I, 2 and 3 BIk 8 Town of Panacea 62.80
Mid-State Homes C Corp. 100' by 198' In DB 61 P 123 Town of AmnWAKULLA 3190. Thomas Metcalf Lots 4 and 11 Elk 11 Town of Panacea 7.18
Unknown Lot 14 Elk 14 Town of Panacea 4.09John
GARDENS Price C Gilbert Langston Lot 10 BIk 19 Town of Panacea 4.09Worth
Redmond C Jessie Morris Lot 60 BIk 1 3.47 Moore C R. White Lot 1 B1I 24 Town of Panacea 4.09
John W. C Ostlne Hogan Lots 32 and 33 BIk 4 5.94 Bevis Shell Homes, Inc. Lot 6 Blk 27 Town of Panacea 25.n
Calvin A. Jones Lot 35 BIk 4 3.47 William Guy Raimes N-1/2 of Lot 7 and 8 DB 55 P 174 Elk E North Town of Panacea 11.27
Huey W. Coppack Lot 4581k 4 3.47 Julian R. C Madeline Dasher Lot 5 Bile E Aqua De Vida Subd. 4.09
Edith S. Weldon Lets 77 and 78 But 4 5.94 Winston L. C Betty Stewart Lots 31 and 32 B1k F Aqua De Vida 5ubd. 47.35
William R. Godwin Lot 84 Elk 4 3.47 James H. 1 arp1ey Lot 11 IUk H Ag4a De Vida 5ubd. 4.09Doyel
Romona Godwin Lot 85 BIk 4 3.47 Tuninson Lot 12 Elk M Aqua De Vida Subd. 4.09
Harvey and Annie Thompson Lot 11 BIk 5 3.47 Alex MetcaU Lot 14 Elk N Aqua De Vida 47.35
Blanche J. Norris Lot 19 Elk 5 3.47 Rudie W. Christian Lot 16 BIk N Aqua De Vida Subd. 4.09Clyde
Owen L. Dyches Lot 8 BIk 6 3.47 W. Blackman Lots 19 and 20 Bile o Aqua De Vida Subd. 7.18T.
3.47 D. C Clifford Lets 21 BIk 0 De Vida Subd. '
Joseph C Henrietta Petry Niec Lot 10 BIk 6 perry Aqua 4.09G.
Rawley C Dorothy Goodall Lot 1481k6 3.47 Hays F.t al N-1/2 of Lot 26 and all of Lot 27 Elk 0 Aqua De Vida Subd. 31.90
3.1. C Lula Hill Lets 43 and 44 B1I 7 5.94 fredrick C Leona Remick Lot 1 to 9 Inc} BIk U Aqua De Vida Subd. 28.81P.
Russell M. McMichael Lot 2381k 8 3.47 G. Kelly C Monroe Taylor Lot 19 BIk 2 Panacea Park 2.55
Mrs. Ho B. Davis, Sr. Lot 24 BIk 8 3.47 Unknown Lots 29 and 35 Elk 3 Panacea Park 4.09Mrs.
Edward Ii Dorothy ZDamer Lot 25 Elk 8 5.94 3.47 G. C. Thomas Lot 41 Blk 3 Panacea Park 2.55
Opal R. Beck Lets 13 and 14 BIk 9 L C. Brown Lot 22 Elk 5 Town of Panacea Park 2.55Emma
WaIter Haney Lot 33 BIk 9 3..7 3.4 Mae Cruse Lots 79 and 81 BIk 6 Town of Panacea Park 4.09Mid
IJndsey L Ii Irene Maples Lot 7 Elk 10 3.47 State Homes. Inc. Lot 78 Elk 9 Town of Panacea Park 31.90
Nova Dean Tyre Lot 24 BIk 10 William H. Anderson Jr. Lets 80 and 82 Blk 9 Town of Panacea Park 16.45Mrs.
5.90/
Claude C Julia Cooler Lets 28 and 2981k 10 Josephine Mayson Lot 127 Elk 9 Town of Panacea Park 4.09Roy
Leonard Kuehn Lot 35 Elk 10 3.94 3.41 R. Jenkins Lots 134 and 136 B1k 14 Town of Panacea Park 4.09Mrs.
Opal A. Stewart Lot 36 BIk 10 A. L. Yates Lets 19 and 20 BIk A Town of Surf 7.18
3.47
Hilton 1. Willis Lot 6 Elk 11 Bessie Wells Lot 18 BIk D Town of Surf 16.45
5.94
Billy Muse Lets 20 and 21 BIk 11 Bessie Wells Lot 2 BIk K Town of Surf 4.09T.
Charlotte Irene Peacock Lot 781k 12 3.47 W. Witherln&t011 Lot 12 Blk L Town of Surf 4.09Joe
Joseph Eo Fields Lot 1781k 12 3.47 Priest As per DB 54. S-I/4 of Tract 31 Sec. A Ochlocknee Shona Subd. 31.90
Reba Ho Hancock Lot 29 BIk 12 3.47 Joe B. Walthall Lou 10 and 1'1 Sec. B Ochlocknee Shona Subd. 25.n
BrycelOD G. Ii Cary Malone Lot 4681k 12 3.47 C. F. C Ellz. Davis Lot 11 Sec D Och1ocJmee Shores 3ubd. 47.35John
Wilburn Craft Lots 41 and 42 BIk 13 5.94 M. Price Lot 27 Unit II Panacea Shores Subd. 13.36
John'Archibald Ii Robt. FrozierLot 22 B1I 14 3.47 Joseph J. Carrin Lot 31 Unit 14 Panacea Shores Subd. 78.25Q.
Elizabeth Wyatt Lot 3081k 14 3.47 G. McLaughlin Lot 3 Elk F. Rivershore Heights Subd. 4.09
Anna Sanders Lot 34 BIk 14 3.47 Arthur Ho Droman, Jr. Lot 3 Blk D River Bend Subd. 13.36
A. W. Parramore Lot 4881k 14 3.47 Eldon D. Sellers Lot 30 Bl\c C River Bend Subd. 7.18
Mary Frances French Lot 69 B1k 14 3.47 Ben StoutamJre Lot 20 Elk A Shell Point Beach Subd. 13.36
3.47
Betty Gab!. Lot 57 Elk U 3.471 Leaston H.- Rivers Lot 25 B1k A West I'QI1U.Ybd! live Oak Island 56.62
Ferman Mo, Crape Lot 72 BIk 14




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