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Title: Wakulla County news
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Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
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NOTES Off, THE CUFF SOPCHOPPy NEWS I SOCIAL' SECURITY' NEWS I

BY Keith Lee' _BY Louise C. Sapp
Chattahoochee residents whc +

Therewere a number fami- have a 65th birthday in 1966
Now that the first primary Is
ly gatherings over the Mother's will be protected by Medicare's
the lessen-'
over are
pressures Day weekend. Guests at the medical insurance at the earliest
ing, at least the voters are not Frank Jones home was his mo- date only if they apply during I
to the continual radio
subjected
ther Mrs. Frank Sr. of the three months before become

Jones, they J
of political candidates. .
spots Tallahassee, and her sister, 65.Frank I
The Governor's did not S
race Mn. Stewart of Apalachicola, White, social security
much interest state- I
generate their son, Franklin and his wife, district manager in Tallahassee,
wide in thefirst but indicationsare Linda, from Lynn Haven, fla. salt today that if they wait to

that there might be an a- Mrs. Annie Harms hasher son, apply for monthly benefits or II

roused public in the runoff Henry and his wife, Mary, medicare until the months they k
who lost the second
Scott Kelly from Riviera Beach, Florida, become 65 or later, their pro- I
spot for the second time, by her daughter, Dorothy Kilbourn, tection under medicare doctor-

some 11,000 votes, has thrownhis and family from Panama City. bill insurance will not begin until ,
support to Miami Mayor Robert months after
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harms kome they are
King High High, tag- had their daughters, Agatha and 65. White explained that each

ged an ultra liberal, may find Agnes, and their families, from person who reaches 65 on or after -

some tough sleding in the rural Tallahassee.Mrs. January 1, 1966, has a se .

counties of North Florida .. ven-month period during whichhe

One well known political writer Florida Roberts spent the may enroll for the supplementary

posed a* moot question, "Can weekend in Tallahassee with her medical insurance plan,

Florida afford to try' Inexper- son, Justice B. K. Roberts, and but the effective date of this WILLIAM' P. MALLOY

ience and liberalism at this critical daughter, Mrs. Inez Yent. protection depends on the date

period of our fast growingstate of his application. This indivIdual RECEIVES' PROMOTION' v4 --

?" Better in focus now Mrs. Louise, Sapp spent Mo- enrollment period begins Mr. Ernest M Mcncndcz Division < j

is the unwieldy senatorial district ther's Day in Panama C'ty with with the third month before he i s Manager Vice President

that had many, many can her son, Terry Land, and fami- 65 and ends in the third month of Southeastern Telephone

didates in the first primary; now ly. Returning home with Mrs. after his 65th birthday. As an Company, announces the Yi

of the four groups there are only Sapp was her daughter-in-law, example if an application is motion of William P. "Bill"pro- __________ '
three with runoffs and only two Mrs. Junette Land, Tracy and not filed until the month aftera East
Malloy to Florida District
candidates to a group For Darrel Land. person becomes 65, medical Governor Haydon Bums presents certificates to Beta Club members from Sopchoppy for their efforts lathe 1
Manager The East Florida
the local voters there is a run Insurance coverage does not begin March of Dimes campaign. Left to right Jeanette Mateer, teacher-sponsor, Douglas Quigg, Ro ,
District of Southeastern Telephone I
off in both group one and two Miss Linda Harvey of Mobile, until the first day of the second Company is comprised of land Brown and Mac Falk. The boys collected $102.10 on a road block in a driving rain.
for House seats incumbent Dick visitorof month after he
; Alabama, was a recent applies.
Leon Wakulla Jefferson Mad
,
Mitchell and Dr. Miley Mien should birth
the Buck Crowson family.Mr. Applicants bring ison and a portion of Cadsden
in Croup one; Donald Tucker certificates, he added, but if Counties. DICKINSON' EXPRESSES STATE COMPTROLLER
and Bob McClure in Croup Two and Mrs. Roy Lett and this is not available, the social CRAWFORDILLE
Malloy has been employed by ON RELIEF'
. .. On the local level, James family of Tallahassee visited security office will advise them Southeastern Telephone Com- PERSONALS APPRECIATIONFred GETS REFUND

Taylor and incumbent Willard Mrs. Letts' mother, Mrs. Carrie how they can establish their age. since 1954. Previous to Tallahassee State Comptroller

Carter are working for a county Ashmore. Atelephone call will give his pany appointment as District Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fisk of O. Dickinson, Jr. Comp- Fred O. Dickinson, Jr. reporteda

commission seat ; also, Hugh them any information or assis- he has held various San Diego, California, are visiting troller of the State of Florida, history shattering precedent
Manager
McCallister i and incumbent Mrs. Delma Roberts and Miss tance they require, he said. managerial positions with the G. W. Tully's. Mrs. has released the following today---a legislative claim bill

Ralph Strickland for the other June Roberts spent last weekend The social security office is located Southeastem Com- Flsk is Beverly Tully Roberts' statement. was returned to the state.

commission seat;lone school with relatives in Tallahassee. at 306 W. Jefferson StreetIn Telephone District Godmother. Mr. Fisk is a retired "It Is with deep gratitude and Dickinson said the historic occurrence -
Engineer
board post is up for grabs with While visiting in Tallahassee, Tallahassee. The telephone pany and including most recently Distri mail inter., They visit sincere humility that I expressmy resulted in the state receiving -

,Nelson Jemigan Fitted against Miss June Roberts was honored numberis222-351S.. There will Commercial ed the Tully's about thirteen thanks to the people of Flo- a rebate of $363.

Kenneth Roberts .. ltstoo with a birthday party given by be a representative atthe Craw- is active manager.He in the Tallahassee years ago. They will be in the rida for returning me to the office Flagler County Tax Collector

early for predict ions now but we special friends. fordville Courthouse at 9:30 on Chamber of Commerce serving area about three or four months of Comptroller of Florida. Dale B. Brown, Jr., was the recipient -

may be able to give you the MrTTnd Mrs. Maurice Millerof Wednesday, May 11, 1966. on the Civic Center Planning and also plan on touring Florida. "The strong voice of the people of the relief bill funds,

trend of things next week both the week- They will be glad to assist you Committee; Leon County United expressed in their balloting, and It was Tax Collector Brown,
Tallahassee
from the state and local levels spent is evidence of their deep con- Dickinson explained, who this
McIn- in any way possible. Fund PTA Youth Employment made theDean's
end in their at ; ; Rabcnau
cottage
.. The writer asks the readersto I of Charmaine cern for a responsible, responsive week returned $363 to the Com
member
read Steve Revell's advertis- tyre. The Millers had_ their, Service Organization; List at Chlpola Junior government such as I have pled- ptroller.

ing this week we should all family join them for Mother's WSCS SLATES LEADERSHIP' the Tallahassee Rotary Club; andis College this year. She is now ged. Dickinson said that Brown explained -

.. Let's all work fora Day. We are sorry their daughter I currently serving his fourth home for the summer and will "Let
.
take note me reassure all Floridiansof that his office was robbed -
TRAINING' SESSIONS' Chairman of the Leon
unable to be year as City of Tallahassee.
Winona bvthc
better county, progress and with was County United Service Organi- be employed willretumto my pledge to continue my of $363 In February of 1963,
's husband She
prosperity. v them. Winona I Two leadership training days policy of acceleration In effi- reimbursement from the
zation (USO) She Is the
Roy Allen, underwent surgeryin have been for Chipola in August. and the
planned membersoftheWoman'sSocieties Mr. Malloy has been active in Frank ciency economy in this of- state was obtained through
and Mrs.
Hospital
the Southern Baptist daughter of Mr. fice while
of maintaining a fiscally relief bill passed in 1963 leg-
GIBSON' AND PEARCE 'IN at serious Jacksonville condition ad el is w's vRery Christian Service of the Methodist various activities professional which include and : civic the Rabenau. sound, conservative spending !- islature.

SENATE RUN.OFF a speedy recovery.A Churches within the Talla- Tallahassee BuildersAssociationi; philosophy. My purpose will The thief was apprehended
hassee District. Florida Association Mrs. Virginia Keightley, pre- continue to be to inform the subsequently and made full restitution -

Senators L. P. "Pete" Gibson fish fry was given atWood The first session will be held and having Telephone held every office; sident of the Crawfordvllle Wo- people about their government, of the stolen money,

of Perry and B. C. "Bill" Pearceof Lake on Monday, May 9, in Thursday, May 19, at the Methodist Including Chairman of the Tallahassee man's Club, Mrs. Ralph Martin and to always keep open the Brown explained, making pos-

East Palatka eliminated six honor of William Evans' birth- Church of Apalachicolaand Utilities Committee, and Mrs. George Nesmith, doors and records of the Comp- sible for the Flagler County off-

opponents in the first primaryto day. Many attended the occasion the second, Tuesday, May State of Florida Utilities Association attended a District 3 Workshopin troller's Off ice tothe public and icial to return the money to the

win berths in the run-off election and it was enjoyed by ev- 24, at the Methodist Church of ; District III American Perry, Florida, Tuesday. the press, of this state. State's general revenue fund.

on May 24th for the sixth eryone. Jasper. Right-of-Way Association; he Mrs. J. C. Pratt of Tallahassee, "Thank you. Dickinson said hewas informedby

district senate seat In the new Registration begin at 9:30 is a member of the Tallahassee state vice president, was on the R. C. Higgins, general aud-
second congressioanl district. Charles Gatlin of Revell A- A.M. and the program will start Jaycees and served as Presidentof program. EDWARD JOSEPH BUSSEN itor for the Comptroller's Office

Gibson's 30,538 votes gave partments spending a few days at 10:00.)( that in 196364.He that "in all of the office'sexper-
him a lead of almost 2 to 1 over with his wife and children in Officer responsibility organization Edward Joseph Semen, age 53 iences and records in handling

Pearce's 15,970 and made him their Orlando home. Raymond will be directed by officers groups of of the served United as National States Director Junior Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Rehwinkel of Carrabelle died last Friday In state funds, this is the first occ-

high man in 17 of the 24 coun Gatlin and family are visiting the Tallahassee District. Chamber of Commerce in 1964- visited their son and family, Mr. Community Hospital. He was urrence inwhich an amount paid

ties. relatives In Indiana. The leadership training sessions 65 where he was awarded the and Mrs. Clarence Rehwinkel In owner and manager of the Car- through a relief blllhas been refunded -

Pearce was closely trailed by I are designed to assist officers the Pensacola last weekend.Mrs. rabelle Casket Company and to the state. IfCRArFCRDV'LLt
Crum's Wolper-Wadsworth as
Mixson of Marianna who The reopening date of resided in Carrabelle for the
Wayne secretaries of lines
of
and Market is set for I outstanding National Director.: 13 from ind-
missed the second primary by Grocery week. It will I work, and circle chairmen in Malloy has also worked with the Inez Walker attended the past years coming
only 636 votes. sometime next planning the year's work on the funeral of her uncle In Alabamalast : iana.
of Art Foundation, sev-
leMoyne
The vote rich central area of be under the management I local level. week. Funeral services were held HUH"
Crum the owner of the eral years with Little League 10:30 In the
at
morning
the district Gibson his Sealy Monday SCHOOL NESS
gave I All WSCS members within the J
Baseball, and served on the CI-
'Sacred Heart Catholic Church.
strongest support with the five store. Tallahassee District attendingare tizcnsAdvisory Board for Florida Mrs. Irma Welch Is visiting her BY Waads Metcalf
Father Patrick Madden officiatedand
counties of Hamilton, lafay- invited participate in one Recreational Outdoor Planning daughter and family this week.
ette, Madison, Suwannee and of these sessions. Each burial followed in Evergreen Panthers won 11 firsts at the
fEA ASKS FOR person Committee and on the State of
home-base Taylor giving him is asked to bring a sandwich Educational Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bonyataare Cemetery. district meeting in Bristol last
absolute majorities over his seven MINIMUM' TEACHER PAYA lunch. Florida Council.Continuing the proud parents of a baby R. L. Riley Funeral Home of Friday. Eleven out of fifteen

opponents. boy. The Bonyata's are former Carrabelle was in charge of ar- events qualified 14 boys for the
Malloy was selected to
hard Palat- $5000 minimum teacher's appearin of Crawfordville rangements. state meet in
)Pearce\ pushed by residents now Gainesville. The
the 1965 edition of Outstanding -
ka attorney Jackson Bryan, fail- salary Is sought by the Flbrida Men of America living In Tallahassee Survivors are his wife, Mrs. boys attending the state meet
in his Education Association and Young Kathryn Bussen, Carrabelle 2 this weekend
ed to receive a majority pro- STATEMENT FROM arei Danny Knight,
of Putnam and misedbythe gubernatorial which recognizes young men in daughters, Mrs. Cecil Millender Don Currie Clint Nazworth
home county Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Posey have ,
the 21-35 for out-
didates. The DON FUOUA age group Carrabelle and Mrs. Richard
was high man elsewhere only in current Minimum adopted another baby boy five Dennis Metcalf, John Harrell,
achievement in Civic
Clav and Cilchrist counties. Foundation Program starting Congressman Don Fuqua issued standing Fraternal and: Professional acti-, weeks old. They have anotherson Thalls, Richmond, Indiana; Larry Strickland, floppy Strick-
cattle- salary is $3950, the counties Wednesday one son, jack Bussen of Calif- land Loftin Curt Davis
Mixson, Campbellton the following statement vities. Jeffrey two and a half Tommy ,
man, received a majority of the must find $1050 per teacher.In following his nomination to old. ornia; 3 brothers, Howard Bussenof Ernie Gentry, Dennis Har-

vote home-county Jackson and Wakulla County, this wo,ild Congress by the voters of the Second hassee Malloy is a native received of his Talla-ed- years ._ Melrose, Fla. Bernard Bunsen vey, Emmett Ferrell, and Edwin -
have meant approximately: having of Richmond, Indiana; 2 listen Brown. We the
led th $36 500 ucation In schools in Leon Coun Mrs. Hilda Platt and Mrs.
more the schoo
during "I dee and humbly bring back a lot of honors for
Calhoun. am Shortcuts
1965-66for ty and Florida State University.He Spring Jesse Rodgers both of Richmond
tote
showings of1 year the salaries of of the Craw fordvlUe.
Aided by strong grateful people
teachers making under is married the former Nan- time saver in Indiana, and six grandchildren.
$5000. umuzing
Last
and Bryan, Ala- Second Congressional Districtfor For un Monday, the Crawford-
Gibson, Mixson counties listed Obviously, If the salaries of of service cy Daniel of Jacksonville and cleaning tarnished sliver, line the Pallbearers were Mickey Gay, villa High School Band Banquetwas
Cadsden this
chua and Due in our teachers on the low end of opportunity me. I they have three children, a son bottom of n large plastic or Tommie Jack Massey, Rodney held in the cafeteria. The
John
have
Negro attorney the salary scale are raised, the which they given to Park, and two daughters, Lind enamel pun with aluminum foil I Creen, Charles Millender, Ron- program consisted of contest I
first place. salary of the tea- can never adequately express and Dorothy. They are mem- pour in about two quarts of nie Swords, John Mc Knight
experienced music ties of band -
the
cam- mo marching
who ran a quiet each of my sincere appreciation add two tablespoons
Due, chers must be you ben of the Trinity Methodist Wal'lI1VatN', Clarence Jackson and Bill
raised also. The Miller.
paign, apparently aimed at getting Florida Education and shall strive to Church of Tallahassee where each of salt and baking 1I0Ia, and at parades, and the givingof
on the Association Is in render- each of silver awards. Awards were givento
run-off spot merit that confidence make pure piece
a the both Nan and Bill have been act-
asking
votes placed legislature to provide efforts in serving the foil. the two quartets that made
strength of Negro funds for the increase. Ing all of my ive in the Senior High Youth touches!
with 13,940. "i NOTICEThere superior at district. This
fourth in the race you."Combining. yearan
in thanking his supporters Released time for lunch and our two congress- Group. So you will know at fint glance award was given to the best

Gibson for their first Primary: efforts cher planning is Is another goal of the ional districts caused my good which Hide the streak in on when first year bandsman, and to the

said be planned no let-up one of the few workers in friend, Billy Matthews, and I you're cleaning windows, usehorizontal will be a cleanupat most outstanding band memberof
field
any expected to eat lunch for the THE i strokes on the outside, the Roams Club Saturday the The first
Hasten a vigorous to have to campaign I THANKS FROM year. was givento
with her
tawhat She I the inside.
her
job. Is with strokes on
his tribute vertical 14. Mike Ross and the second
morning May to
He urged sup- same office. I want to pay I
g'esupmported students from 8:30 3:00 CHS SENIOR' CLASSThe .
c to or
e1 ; the aid of for the service he Doug Wright.
I to him' All Club neuters are urged !
anther longer with in
few breaks. Ateacher's the refrigerator I
defrost
one of the has rendered our state and na I To to be there with clean-up
who eliminated in then aid could supervise tion. He and tare still close Senior Class of Crawford- record time, use the vacuum
tools
fine gentlemen lunch as well as the teacher and the fine clean ville High School would like to cleaner. Simply aim the blower
friends ,
'st primary. could thus at the cooling unit and
releasing the teacher to the nozzle
that he ran isa tributeto express their gratitude The Avoid
campaign off. o.inr
to eat, straighten her turn the refrigerator an hour on Sun-
Wakulla
an outstanding gentleman. many people of County vacuum's warm air make quicV dry April 24-the dly
most of
room, prepare for the next class '1 am sincerely grateful to the that gave so generously to sup work of the job. NOTICE' rho country changes to Daylight

distributing materials or thousands of friends who worked port the Fish Fry and Political Savintig Time-by remembering

You'll clean Venetian blinds writing a test on the blackboard, so hard for me. I ask now that Rally, Saturday night,April 30. Save untold gardening time Richard Cowdy announces that mely tip from experts
quickly and easily if you wear an or perhaps thread a projector.It Without it would have Westclax who keep Am :
; we join together in working for your help during spring planting. Buy only the ASCS Office in Crawford- ; erlea
the
old pair of cotton cloven, one is belief educators that the continued growth and pro been impossible. We thank each icady-to-bloom pUntn-easUr vIDe will be closed from May time"? "Spring forward, fall
the other released Bet
water
in sudsy time for
soaked planning would the counties of and one of for your than sowing seed your dock ahead onto I
all our
of every you and quicker 16 thru 30. hour
dry and alternate the wet one on strengthen the educational gress seedlings at 2 *.m' or before
slat pro district. donation. and coddling young bed you I'Q .

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WAKIiLLA r.Otl.NTY NEWS LOSE WEIGHT:wfely with Dex- MINUTES OF THE WAKULLA COUNTY COMMISSIONMAY I CHILDREN I

2 HAT 12. UII'/i./ A-Diet Tablets. Only 98* at 2, 1966 DURING CHURCH NEWS

THURSDAY .. .... ..). I your drug (ton.
.. -r- itp-4/2T.5/5.12.19. met this The Wakulla County .. I
Count
The Board of County Commissioners of Wakulla County ilm : Jacksonville
WAKULLA'COUNTY .. date in Crawfordville with the following present Willard Carter, man Losee, 11th Choir Anniversary wi11; I
LEGAL NOTICESIn D. Walker, ] at Saint Paul P. B. cba
Chairman George Young, Vic Chairman William \visor, of the ('
NEWS Ralph Strickland and John L. Davis, Commissioners; Moody Pearce, Z'' ,of the U. S. May 12-15, 1966. The P'OKI'am
the Circuit Court of the Second Sheriff. ,.. as follows!
Clerk| J. H. Hudson, County Attorney; W. R. Taff, bor's Wage
.
Telrphon*WAIn.t .1101 Judicial Circuit, In and Minutes of the last meeting were wad and approved. (noose Carefully: Contracts Thursday Night, 8:30MI','r-
For Wakulla County, Florida.In put I ing called to order by the
Motion by Commissioner Walker to have Road Superintendent out that pl'LII-,
Chancery.. the Lovett Road In Wakulla In good condition today was carried on Since your dog< will become member a I of age are dentj Devotional Service. !ix,j
Terry Norris Davis, the second of Commissioner Davis popular and well-loved farms Donaldson, Dea joe Harverv
Plaintiff.. Mrs Ralph Brown appeared before the Board and requested that of the household, it's importantwhen what I ,on"Children Introductory Sermon, R f' .. ,:
lirfinil\ Klrtt1r ._ .. Edit. choosing one to know
VI. repairs be made to street In River View Subdivision on the Sop- you're buying. All puppies are not working ; Song Service, St. MOT
iajor Langston, Margaret choppy Attract cute, but several things should I Losee. "' ; Welcome Atldres", s",

I .' __I Langston, Lonnie Dispennette It war ordered by the Board to proceed with the above road re- be considered before making that Figures show Thompson; Collection, s:,. I

at CrawfordvilU. Florida .nd Margaret Ann Dispannette, pairs. final selection duate earns
Entered Commissioner Walker moved that the following advertisement Does it make a difference if Friday Night, 8.30Meting,
m second l dais matter. Subwrip Defandents.NOTICE I for bids be commenced and It was so ordered on the second of the dog is a purebred or a mixed more than to order by the preside,
.. breed? A fancy pedigree aoesntguarantee went beyond of Ceremonies
SUIT Commissioner Young. in char
pr
t'
ton r.lf. .:..$3,00/ per sear. : Notice to Bidden that your pup will be The program All choirs are ...xed l
TOi Lonnle Dispennetteand Notice ii hereby given that the Board of County Commissionersof perfect, but it does assure you employment be present; Collection, f'm''
he will look like his parents. Fair
that the
of the
Clerk Committee.
-- -- Wakulla will receive sealed bids at the office of the
i : : Margaret Ann Dispennette the for a purebred
Though price to
: Circuit Court and until 9iOO o'clock A.M. June 6th 1966 and applies Saturday Afternoon, 2:00 '
2713 Chevy Chase Drive up ia more, there are the o )e-
and migrant
Montgomery Alabama then opened and read aloud for the furnishing of the following ties foi exhibiting him Service, Chaplain. ,>.
HENRY WILLIAMS 1 New National Cash Register or equal Validating Machine to and perhaps breeding portunl'l school lives while 4"A ficersAnnual Report;Electim) "><
You are hereby ordered and required before
made
meet approval of State Comptroller, delivery to be I With a mixed breed .
REALTY to serve a copy of your November 1966, payment to be made as follows: 1/2 In 1967 and I taking a chance as no two pups not apply to Saturday Night, 8:30: Meet
other the for their
or to
answer pleadings
1/2 In 1968. The Board reserving the right to reject any or all bids willlook alike I or be alike intern- ing called to order by the pI'I'\1-
filed in farm.
complaint against initial cost of the
you and to award to the best Interests of Wakulla County. perament. The dent Devotion, Dea E, Thorn
the above court plaintiff's attorneys will be lower, but "Children
Reg Real Estate Broker! Clyde W. Atkinson, The Board authorized Mr. Gwin, Tax Collector, to give temporary I the mixed basic breed upkeep will be the same. work may and Bro. J. Franklin; Se.,' n,
order for this machine this date. Rev.
the Purina Pet' Jones; Song Servict, \n
515 East Tennessee Street Tal- The experts at after
or
St. Marks. for tomorrows I
Fla. Board ballot boxes and machines #2 Choir
The
lahassee, Florida, and HaywardV. prepared voting Care Center in St Louis suggest I ends or ; Collection, Del
election. The Board the vouchers before them and ,
Phone 741/ Atkinson, of Atkinson C At- approved that you consider whether a maleor are not in J. J. Shingles.
directed that warrants be Issued in payment therefor. female is best for your house. Sunday Morning Sunn
kinson, 400 North Adams Street, ,
further business the attention of the female is bit cheaper age I'
Tallahassee There being no coming to The usually a School Local Supt. in Charge,
REAL Florida and to law dots
ESTATE ,
ALL TYPES Board the made motion. in because people don'twant
same was adjourned on duly price Teachers will be appointed.
file the office of
original the school hours
be bothered with thy
Associate the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Approved Willard Carter, Chairman i problems to she presents such as I He added Sunday Morning Service, 11 I I
:
Attest Pearce Clerk OCh Meeting called to order
Crawfordvllle, Florida, on or Moody I either having puppies or havingher laws set by
*. .
N Hatcher. Sr. before the 28th day of May A. spayed. However, females, as higher president; Devotional, Uej
Phone'RA 63201 D. 1966, otherwise the allegations a rule, are gentler, cleaner, and D. Smith and Dea R. Tripplet; I
of said complaint will be NOTICE TO BIDDERS more inclined to stay home. / Sermon, Rev. W. Hayes; Song'
taken as confessed by you. FOR SALEI ll/Zacrelot. Under The male of the specie is usu- Service Mt. Olive No.1; Collection

Dated at Crawfordville, Wa- Notice U hereby given that the fence with good well with ally more sturdy, rugged, and I Marietta I Dea W. Williams jnd
If You tJeed. kulla County, Florida, this 21st Board of County Commissionersof pump Installed. Good garden. less trouble to keep as a pet. But' bested five I Dea E. Allen.
he has to want to'
Craw- a tendency :
day of April, A.D. 1966. Wakulla County will receive Approx. 5 blocks from loam around the neighborhood spring to Sunday Evening: Meeting
Office ,Supplies Moody Pearce sealed bids at the office of the fordville Courthouse. S9W.OO.C. more. junior called to order by the president;
Clerk of the Circuit Court Ce Terms arranged Contact A. Whatever kind of dog you third Devotional Service, Dea. W F.
Office Furniture. Wakulla County, Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court until Hogue, P. O. Box 183, Craw- choose it is a good idea to get Gardens Skipper and Dea. P. Scott; Ser

Business Machines Byt /Beatrice Dugger 9:00 o'clock A.M. on June 6, fordville, Fla. expert help in the selection of crew from mon, Rev. V. D. Allen; Song
fie.or Call D. C. 1966, and then publicly openedand -51- the right pup for your household. College at Service, Pilgrims Rest Choir;
honors
Clyde W. Atkinson read aloud for furnishing of top Collection, Dea W. Webster,
RANEY WHALEYat
515 East Tennessee Street the following Sis. Sally Bulter.
Tallahassee, Florida 1 NCR Class 41 --+,
new ValIdating -
CAPITAL OFFICE and Control Machine, or THIS IS THE CORRECT TOTAL VOTES CAST IN THE MAY 3 PRIMARY

EQUIPMENT CO. Hayward V. Atkinson, of equal, 5 total, signatureprint
Atkinson C Atkinson and otherwise con-
forming to the specifications CONGRESSIONAL FOR STATE SENATOR,
311 South Adam St. 400 North Adams Street
Tallahassee, Florida and requirements of FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS EIGHTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT
Corner E. Peiuacola the Comptrollers Department (VOTE!: FOR ONE)

TALLAHASSEE; FLORIDA Attorneys 41423,55,12,19.LEGAL for Plaintiff. of the State of Floridafor SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT

mechanical cash receipt i (VOTE FOR ONE:) FRANK J. ALDERMAN 9/
ing.
NOTICEIn CLAUDE: M. ''liED' FRANKS 2.
The Board reserve the right tc DON FUOJA /F'4 'I- -
reject any or all bids and tc
the Circuit Court of the Second make award the best interestof D. R. (BILLY) MATTHEWS 393 MALLORY B. HORNE //GIv

DAVE HAMRICK Judicial Circuit, In and Wakulla County. 1/2 pay 1EORGE LEWIS 3S/
For Wakulla County, Florida. ment to be made in 1967 an STATE .
INSURANCE AGENCY In Chancery No. 1381. the balance to be paid in 1968

Keats Arthur Washburn, Willard Carter, Chairman FOR GOVERNOR FOR STATE SENATORTWENTYFIFTH
!I AUTOMOBILE: Plaintiff, Board of County Commis- (VOTE FOR ONE) SENATORIAL DISTRICTVOTE

-vs- DIVORCE: sioners ( FOR ONE)
BONDS Verbs M. Washburn, ----- Wakulla County, Florida HAYDON BURNS 787

CASUALTY Defendant. Attest Moody Pearce, JOHN G. BARROW o
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Clerk Circuit Court SAM POOR 31 '
NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONTO
MARINE it-S/12. JIll NOTIFY
5ff
ROBERT KINO HIGH if PS-
: Verba M. Washbum
FIRE P. O. Box 5126 sam KELLY 3 18 JAMES E. JOANOS 339

Augusta, Georgia NEWS fOR VETERANSSt. CECIL A. KENNEDY
PHONE 877-3/08/ f(39
You are hereby notified that a .
I 1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 Bill of Complaint for Divorcehas Petersburg, Fla. M. T. FOR ATTORNEY GENEREL ED PECK: 3d.
,
been filed against you; and Dixon, of the Florida Depart- (VOTE FOR ONE)

TALLAHASSEE. FLA. you are required to serve a copyof ment of Veterans Affairs, an- HARRY 0. STRATTON 61

your Answer or Pleading to nounced today that veterans BARNEY ,. COBB 176 SAM TEAGUE
6
the Bill of Complaint on the planning to go to school under S I
r.. .- plaintiff's attorney Honorable' the new GI Bill do not have to =EARL FAIRCIATH //3L

LEON fiEPTIC TANK'SERViCEr't Richard O. Mitchell of Mitchell rush to meet a deadline. STATE
Mitchell, 103 North Gadsden Dixon pointed out today that
FOR COMPTROLLER FOR MEMBER OF THE STATE HOUSE OF REPRBSENTATIWAKULLA '
Street, Tallahassee, Florida, although most benefits under the
and file the original Answer or new Bill are effective imme- (VOTE!: FOR PNI) COUNTY. GROUP NO.1'VOTI

Clean otRepair Pleading in the office of the diately, the educational bene- ( FOR ONE)

Clerk of the Circuit' Court on or fits will not begin until June 1, RONALD BRUGH / C J
New Installation before the 13th day of June, 1966. MILEY MIERS 6 SL8RALTER
The Best 1966. If you fall to do so, Dixon stated that application FRED O. "BUD" DICKENSON I ): 93
For Lest judgment by default will be taken blanks for this educational benefit FRAN7EL 4 1- RICHARD 0. (DICK) MITCHELL .r7!

against you for the relief are now available at all VA NAT POLAK
Telephone .. demanded in the Bill of Com- Offices, Veterans County Service LARRY RELY I g 3 6 I
/Tallahassee 877-1773 plaint. Offices and his office at .

after 6:00: p,m. DONE AND ORDERED at P. O. Box 1437, St. Petersburg, FOR STATE TREASURER FOR MEMBER 0' THE STATE, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATI
Crawfordville. Florida, this 9th Fla. and will eventually be a- (VOTE FOR ONE) ii-----COUNTY GROUP NO. 2

day of May, 1966. vailable at the Admission Officesin (VOTE FOR ONE) ,

Ill Moody Pearce most approved schools. RAY GANN
FOR SALE 3-bedroom modern Clerk of the Circuit Court Veteranswill have ample timeto /] 8 JAMES F. BOCKELMAN '

frame house on school bus rte. Byi Beatrice Dugger, D. C, select courses and make ap- BOB HARRIS 336 07
Inquire at Gangway's CITCO / / Richard O. Mitchell plication without losing either BOB McCLURE '
service station 3-1/2 miles north Richard O. Mitchell of class time or payment from the BROWARD IILLIAMS //J o- 3 i'51____
of Crawfordvllle $ 5500. 00 DONALD L. TUCKER
VA Dixon said.
Mitchell (
I Mitchell C / *, &
103 North Gadsden Street For further Information, he .
STEVE M WATHNS
FOR COMMISSIONER. FLORIDA PUBLIC SERVICE
Tallahassee, Florida suggests that you contact your LLL
Attorneys for Plaintiff. local Veteran County Service COMMISSION GROUP 1
Officer, or write him at P. O. (VOTE FOR ONE) COUNTY
1 I Box 1437, St. Petersburg, Fla.
"
TMUhiMtt Business Firm PHILLIP BREWER ,zJ FOR COUNTY COIIIIISSIQNBR
DISTRICT NO. 2
1. D. MATNARD ,.
7S
(VOTE
FOR ONE)

DIRECTORY WILLIAM T. ''BILLY" MAYO I Z 'S- ,

I E. L. "001I. GLOVER g3S,

FOR COMMISSIONER FLORIDA PUBLIC SERVICE HUGH McCALLISTER
PalorntM, These Advertisers COMMISSION. GROUP 2 pA6PRICKLAND; .9.20 7

(VOTE FOR ONE) A /3 -...


FRM ... f" JOE BOYD i yttt FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

I Little Folks Inc.l Store, O. I. GRAMLING JERRY W. CARTER $9,1. DISTRICT(VOTE FOR NO ONE t)

FEEDS mJ I "The Capital'i | MACK H. JONES 13 0
I Major for Minon" & CO. WILLARD CARTER
C1ild,. ', furmtw. A2L
I Toyi EMMETT S. ROBERTS :. ? /
Cam f. Habbm OM.Stop Srrk for >e ALTON OAKS .
Flint River Mills Baby Aootiiorui Feed 633.
133 N. Monroe St. Ph 222.1146BakerAlford Seed Fertilizer JAMES
r 1011 S. Monro J>h. 223.0274Wmgkt .:. : LEGISLATIVE 0. TAYLOR 766
Poultry Supplies FOR STATE SENATOR

Garden ToolsSo. ) FIFTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT

_.t _. .'--- .Adan* at O.L.R.R.Cr'q (VOTE FOR ONE) FOR DISTRICT YEYBER NO.or 1 THE SCHOOL BOARD

Co. I (VOTE FOR ONE'
Phone 222-4112 J. EMORY "RED" CROSS /8! )
TJU Parti #oW I i f
: ) Anything for your 'auto, trunk HAL DAVIS 6 9'1 HELM JERNIQAN

LIpM and Regular or Uwiunowtr tractor. Also for your pow r CHARLEY E. JOHNS 7 and \
C'iwr"t, ftocki: ,oj boat much for your. I I, tzFOR :!'

Hanson, Wood' and. 208 N. Adam St Ptj. 222-3380' STATE SENATOR ROBERTS J"6,3 I
Hoel Ind Inc.
,
SIXTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT .
's. Adams St at 4-Point* 0' LZlLVs VOTE FOR ONE) FOR MEMBER OF
( THE
.' T.1. 222-5840 P. 0 Box AI'Vcagtr ; DISTRICT NO. SCHOOL BOARD
3
t' ---41-----, i II III JACKSON BRYAN 6 7 (VOTE FOR 01'(1)'

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II L. BUSH
.aQ _3I BOBBY Posy

,b TIM! R. DAVIS J J fL ILIZABI'nI r. SlI'nI .11() 6

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Inc
.I I I POE
S P. "PETE" OIIISJI 7SS: .. IIlIn or THE SCHOOL BOARD
lnerraas and DISTRICT NO.,, 5
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BtndtS14 lAM YIXSON -7 (VOTE FOR ONE) I .
8.:Adama St-. Tel t2t.1dA0ham'
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I DIRECTORY FmST BAP11ST C'Ulm."w"'n COME..... .. .AND. .- WORSHIP. AT THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS I
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Prepared by Rev S. A. COxwell, Pastor BAPTIST LAKE ELLEN CHURCH HOLINESS OTTER CREEK CHURCH RIVER SINK SOPCHOPPY -I i THURSDAY HAT II. 1988WAKULLA
Sunday
School
Rev Jess Baker Morning 10100: AM Sunday School 10:00 AM
Crawfordville Training Worship Union 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 M (Inactive) NEW LIGHT ASSEMBLYOF CONGREGATIONAL
Methodist Churcl Evening 7100 PM Training Union 6i30 PM COD CHURCH HOLINESS CHURCHRev.

Woman'Worship 8.00PM Evening Worship 7.30 PMMen's Rev. Cary Cotney, pastor Roy Rochester, Pastor
Union Missionary Midweek Prayer PANACEA Sunday School 10:00 AM
ARRAN Woman'- 1st Monday Service Wed. 7130 PM 1[ BETHEL PRIMITIVE Morning Worship 11:00 AM .unday School 0:00 AM
Brotherhood Christ's Morning Worship 11.00AM
Ambassadors -
TOWER Society Friday 1st Thursday 7:30 BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday 6:30 PM Young People'sService WAKULLA METHODIST
HOLINESS PENTECOSTAL Men'. Brotherhood Dorcas Circle Rev. Cortex White, Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 PM 6:00 PM CHURCH
CHURCHRev.
3rd Tuesday 7130 2nd Thursday 7,30 PM I Sunday School Midweek Prayer Evening Worship 7:45 PM Rev. Roger Stimson, Pastor
Noah Connell, Pastor The following held at 3115 PM Every Sunday 10:00: AM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer Mrs. Lyon Crosby, Church and
Sunday School lo-oo: Royal Ambassadors : PM 2nd Weekends Service (Tues. ) 7:45 PM Community Worker Wakulla
Morning Worship llioOAM Every Monday 6 MEDART Sat. Eve. Worship 7i30 PM Woman's Auxiliary Wed. County.
I Young People's Service 6iOO PM Cirls Auxiliary Tuesday Sun. Morn. Worship 11:00 AM SPRING CREEK West Florida Congregational Sunday School 9:30 AM
Evening Worship 7,00 Every FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM Holiness Campground -
PM Tuesday 6 Morning Worship 10:00 AM
I Midweek Prayer 7:30 PM Sunbeams Wednesday BAPTIST CHURCH 4th Weekends SHADY SEA BAPTIST CHURCHRev. June 8 22, 1966
I Service (Wed. Every Rev. Emmett Sat. Eve Worship 7i30: PM
)
Monday C Tuesday Whaley, Pastor Sun. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM Earl Pearce, Pastor

2nd Sunday Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School lOiOOAM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. ZIOjx .
Evening Worship 7i30 PM Prayer Service (Fri.) 7i30, PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM ruuMETHODIST
CRMFORDVILLE' .
CURTIS MILLS 4th Weekends Evening Worship 7i30 PM O. C. Hall, Pastor CHURCH
, BEULAH PRIMITIVE Sat. Morn. Worship lliOOAM Midweek Prayer Sunday School lO.OOAM: Rev. W. L. Prater, Pastor
( BAPTIST CHURCH CURTIS MILLS COMMUNITY Sat. Evening Worship 7i30 PM CONGREGATIONAL Service (Wed.) 7i30 PM Me-mlng Worship 11.00AM 2nd C 4th Sundays: ,
CHURCH (Holiness) Sunday School 10:00: AM HOLINESS CHURCH Training Union 7:00 PM VIonung Worship 9:30 AM
; j I Rev. Emmett Whaley, Pastor Herbert Thompson, Teacher Morning Worship liOO AM Rev. Steve Harrell, Pastor Evening, .Worship 8:00 PM
SPRING
CREEK Midweek
lit Evening Worship 7t30 PRIMITIVE itaycr
PM
I Sundays Sunday School 10:00 Sunday School 10:00 AM BAPTIST Service Wed.
School : AM Midweek Prayer CHURCHRev. ( ) 8:00 PM
C Morning Sunday lOiOOAM Evening Worship 7:00: PV Service Tuesday 7i30: PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM W. W. McAllister: Pastoi Woman'i Missionary Society
Worship lloo
AM Service Young People'iService ( Other
Prayer Ladies Every Wed.) 3:00 PM
\ PrayerServiceWednesday Sunday School 10:00 ta' cursors via ilatmaev.
Evening Worship 7i30, PM Wednesday C Friday 7:30: P\ Sunday 6:15 PM AM Sunbeams
3rd Weekend, 10:00 AM Evangelistic Service Morning Worship 11:00 AM 2nd C 4th Tuesday 3:15 PM .. as tP
Sat. Morn. Worship llsOOAM Sunday 7:30 PM Evening Worship 7:30 PM
Midweek
Sunday School lOiOO AM MEDART ASSEMBLYOF Midweek Prayer Prayer
Morning Worship lliOO: AM IVAN COD CHURCH Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM MT. BEASON PRIMITIVE ., .,,IM.1-aW r
Evening Worship 7i3Q PM Rev. E. BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
IVAN M. Carter, Pastor r
ASSEMBLY OF ST. Cortez
COD CHURCHRev. Sunday School 10:00 AM BAPTIST MARKS White, Pastor
METHODIST 11:00 AM lit Weekend
Morning Worship
I CRAWFORDVILLE Henry Cooksey, Pastor Evening Worship 7i30 PM Rev. A. V. Pickern, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST.cHURCH Sat. Mom. Wor. 11.00AM
CHURCHRev. Sunday School 10:00: AM Midweek PrayerService Sunday School 10:00 AM Rev. Fred Harrison, Pastor Sunday School 10:00: AM
Jesse L. Baker, Pastor1st Morning Worship 11:00 AM Wed. 7i30, PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM 'Sunday School 10:00: AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Evening Training Union 6:00 PM 3rd
Worship Christ'i Ambassadors Sundayi
C 3rd Sunday Vfoming Worship 11:00 AM world
Sunday School lOiOOAM Winter 7:00 PM Saturday 7:30 POTTER M Evening Worship 7tOO PM Yainlng Union 6:30 PM Sunday School lo:00 AM
Summer 7.1n.._ Midweek
\* Prayer Morning Worship 11.00
AM
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Morning Worship HiOOAM Midweek Prayer Service (Wed.) 7i30 PMWoman' evening Worship 7:30 PM newsIn
Evening Worship 7i30 PM Midweek: Prayer
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Service Wed. Union-
( ) 7i30 PM CREEK Missionary
2nd C 4th Sunday!;: Thurs. after 1st Sun. 10:00 AM Service (Wed. ) 7:30 PM SOPCHOPPY CHURCH

Morning Woi'I lp9130: AM PRIMITIVE NEW HOME PRIMITIVE Boy Scotts (Fri.) 6:00 PM OF CHRIST
Sunday School I0i30: AM WHIDDON LAKE
BAPTIST CHURCHRev. ST. MARKS METHODIST Floyd McCullough, Minister
I Midweek Service Prayer Wed. BAPTIST CHURCH W. w. McAllist, Pastor RIVERSIDE BAPTIST MISSION CHURCH Bible Study lOOOAM
( ) 7i30: PM Rev.
Emmett'haley, Pastor Morning Worship
Sunday School 11.00AM: fcus
Methodist Youth Rev. Ceorge Dickey, Pastor (Inactive)
Fellowship 2nd Weekend: Every Sunday 9:45: AM Evening Worship 7i30, PM
Every Sunday Evening 6:30: PM :Sat. Evening Worship 7i30: PV 1st Sun Jay: Sunday School 10:00 AM Bible Study (Wed.) 7:30 PM
Woman's Society of Christian :Sun. Morn. Worship liOO: A\ Morning Worship 11.00AM Morning Woishlp 11s00AM SMITH CREEK
Service- 3rd Tues. 3:30 PM 3rd Sundays Training Union 7:00 PM METHODIST ------ ----
Men's Club-3rdTues. 7i30 PM Evening Worship; 7:30 PM Evening Worship 8:00 PM MT. ELON BAPTIST CHURCHRev. SOPCHOPPY Th. Chrlitlon Sci.nc Monitor
Wesleyan Service Guild Midweek Prayer CHURCHRev. On. Norway St,, Satan,Man 021 i SPleas.
4th Thursday 8iOO PM Service 7:30: PM William Flury, Pastor Jesse L. Baker, Pastor .ntr tubKrlptlon
my to the
Sunday School 9:50 AM 1st C 3rd
Sundayi Monitor for the period checked b.
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 9.30AM -
I Training Union 6.00; PM Sunday School 10:30: AM low I tncloH $ (CU.S. Funds.
Evening Worship 7:00 PM 2nd C 4th Sundayi Q I YEAR $24 C' month JI2O :
Woman'i Missionary Union Sunday School 10:00 AM
1st Monday after Morning Worship 11OOAM ) month $SNom.

1st Sunday 9:00 AM Evening Worship 7t30 PM .... _. _..___

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Service (Tues.) 7:30 PM
Methodist Youth Fellowship City.. ______

WATERWAY POPULAR Woman's Every Sun. Evening 6:30: PM Slot ._.__._.:.._ ZIP Cod_
In 1963 a total of S.320 boat Society of
paatings was recorded at Palm Christian Service -
Valley Bridge east of Jacksonville 2nd Tuesday 3:IS PM
Keep Charley E. Johns'Experience a i 45 percent more boats I Men's Brotherhood) The Camellia seen at Florida -
than 15 years ago used Flori 4th Thursday 7i30: PM Cypress Gardens originallycomes
da', intercoastal waterway. I Children's Hour from China and Japan,
Vessels logged Included: 104 1st C 3rd! Tuesday 3i 15 PM and features colors ranging
government 307 fishing 915 from white through p' commercial and 3.994 pleasure
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David math Bound on N by State Rd 10, by John McLaughlin -

IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LAND OR SO MUCH THEREOF S by Ida Jftweter Eby Julia
AS WILL BE NECESSARY TO PAY THE AMOUNT DUE FOR TAXES FOR 1965 HEREIN SET y Rosier' In NE 1/4 015W 1/4 of Sec. 1

I' OPPOSITETOSAME, TOGETHER WITH THE COST OF SUCH SALE AND ADVERTISING WILL SS 1/2 6,232

BE SOLD -A T' PUBLIC AUCTION WEDNESDAY THE. 1ST DAY OF JUNE A.D. 1966" ,'AT THE, Jobn R. L+ngltCfl W of lM 1/402 Wvr 1J4, IE 1/2
I HOUR OF I2i00 O'CLOCK NOON AT THE COURTHOUSE DOOR IN THE COUNTY WAKUL.IA' *'' of Sec. 95S 2W 20 CS.63Begin

I CITY''OT CRAWFORDVILLE, STATE OF FLORIDA. Norman C. Evans at the SE cor. of NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 ..

I JAMES M. CWIN TAX COLLECTOR 01 Sec. 19 5S 2W allll run N 210 ycls to a '
Point which the pobor the land herein coeveyed -

AMOUNT ; from said point of beg. run thence 0 ,
NAME DESCRIPTION ACRFS DUE N 230 yds thence W yds; thence S 230
: ,
John R. Langston E 1/2 or SE 1/4 or SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 yds thence E 56 yds 2'vr being in OR 1 r : Ollldol
of Sec. 19 2S IE 05 $ 3.24"Jolui 9.986 In Sec. 18 5S 2-1/2 12.09C

R. Langston W 1/2 of SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 0, 1. Langston SW II" of SW 1/4 of SW 1/4, of Sec. 34
of Sec. 19 2S IE 5. 4 552W 10. 6.63Floyd

I Clifford L. C E. Kelly 1/2 acre in the above description in W. Williams DB 3S P-537 in Sec. 16S 2W 1/2 68.98

Dec. 20 2S IE 1/2 32.90 Jack Simmons, Jr. All land S of State Rd 372 In Sec. 2

Kenneth E.. Thomas N 1/2 of NE 1/4, of Sec. 32 sad theN .. J: I. 6S2W 620.00

1/2 of NW 1/., Sec. 32 2S IE 160. 31.66 John Hoard DB 35 P-336 C 337 known a.lndham

George C. Hargrett As per DB 38 P-387, 1 acre In N 1/2 Plantation In Sec. 3S 45 3W Us 24,63
of SW of Sec. 16 3S IE 'i 11'" f )', ; 3.55
1/4
Surrey Booth and OR 15 P-794, W 1/2 of SE 1/4 01 NW 1/4 \
Heirs of Wheeler Donaldson Lot 7 on W side of St. Marks R/W in Gertrude Peterson 01 SE 1/4 of Sec. 12 SS 3W 1 8,18
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Sec. 2 4S IE 14' 4.64.. Annie Ford Lot 8 In Peter Scotti est, In Sec. 12 5S 3W 4-1/2 6.63Heirs

Henry Triplett As per DB 34 P-137 C 138 described as of Bessie Bryant DB 27 P-25S also In lot 3 al per plat filed .

Lot 2, Barton Addition in Sec. 2 4S IE 1/10 6.09. ,. In DB 9 P-91n W 1/2 of NW 1/4 of NE 1/4
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Mutual Home Owners 1 acre in NW 1/4OR4 P-8111n Sec. 19 ..0" ofd. 125S3W .1-1/., 13.27

Mortgage Company 2S 1W 1 32.90 Ben Abraham OR 6 P-531100 x 100 In Sec. 12553W 'J 2.62R.

Annie Bly Page 1/7 int. in SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 C NE 1/4 of J. Edwards Begin at culvert on SAL RR on a branch In '
the SE 1/4 of Sec. 19 C 1/10 int. in NW 1/4 Sec. 1, then running southward along E :

of SW 1/4, Sec. 202S 1W 15 1.09 bndry of said rd 440 It thence S 51 dgs E 371
Rosa Lee Brown As per DB 55 P-443, Sec. 24 2S 1W 8. '' 4a7 ft. thence N 11-1/2 dgs W S02 It to a branch 'I

James D. Donaldson OR 6 P-lOO in NE 1/4 of Sec. 26 2S 1W "I '," 3.55 thence 100 It to RIW of said rd culvert to

Frank Ferrell As per DB 10 P-223 in Sec. 27 2S 1W 180 35.37 pob cont. 2-1/2 acres lying pertly In Sec. 1 I I'Ii
12 D858 P-26 Sec. 12 5S 3W .2 [20.21
Cora Lee Trotman 5 acres in form of a square in NE corner
of NE 1/4 of Sec. 4 3S 1W 5 4.55 Gloria Odom DB 515 1'-415 In Sec. 12 5S 3W .28 2.55

Isaiah Thomas West 15 acres of N 1/2 of S 1/2 of NW 1/4 Gilbert Langston DB 51 P-316 In Sec. C5 4S 4W t2-1/2 3.41

Sec. 15 3S 1W 15 5,09Virgil Jack Pearce Lot 7 In Roberts Subd. DB 58 P-128 0 ,

Reddick 5 acres in NE comer of NE 1/4 of Sec. 17 in Sec. 4 SS 4W I 0 ,17.45
.; 3S 1W 5 17.45 Jack Langston All land lying S of Spring Branch and N ,I
: I of Yeoman Branch and E of OchlocJmeeRiv.
Henry Crawford, Jr. 1/2 ac. in Mattie Crawford land OR 4
and E of Buck Lake less Jots sold In -
P-352 Sec. 18 3S 1W 1/2 33.90
Sec. 13 3S 5S 7
Certain Teed 1/2 ac. of land lying in N 1/2 of SE 1/4 I,' 0 :11.18 :
Products Corp. of NE 1/4 Sec. 18 3S 1W 1/2 ,3.80 Walter D. Marshall, Jr. DB 56 P-l011n Sec. 13 3S 5W 7.18

Midstatc Invest.Co. 1/2 ac. of land, DB 60 P-422 in Sec. 19 W. C. Spooner OR 2 9-34160 x 2431n Sec. 13 3S 5W ':i 14.36 .
3S 1W ,,1/2 17.45 C. T. Davis OR 2 P-89 70 X 100 In Sec. 13355W 8.18Jack

Midstate Invest. Co. As per DB 55 P-51 in Sec. 19 3S 1W 1/2 17,45 Langston All that certain tract of land being N of v I

M. D. Raker As per DB 44 P-87 in NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 less Betsy or Yeoman Branch OR 6 P-339, In .
3 acres sold in Sec. 19 3S 1W 15 6.09 Sec. 24 3S SW 14.48 7.09

Martha Laior OR 7 P-3 in Sec. 2 3S 1W 1-1/2 7.18 TOWN OF WAN'ETA
,
Rachel Mitchell In the center of Chris Howards land in '
Unknown Lot 12, Square 4 : 1.62
Lot HRS 3-1/2 8.18LeonHargrett : ,
Unknown Lots 7 10 C 11 6
Square 2.5S
r DB 53 P-140 in Lot S HRS 12 4.09
Unknown Lots 8 and 10 11
Unknown In SE corner of S 1/2 of S 1/2 of NW 1/4 Square 'q; ". 2.23B.
of Lot 23 HS 4 2.93 Ii P. Inc. W 1/2 of Lot 3 Square 60 16.45

Noah P. Harvey DB 60 P-391 in Lot 24 1/4 10.21 TOWN OF ST. MARKS

Mamie Scott DB 60 P-5861 acre in E 1/2 of lot of Peter louise Shufford Lots 8 and 9 Blk A East St. Marks 7.18J.

Cavins land in Lot 36 HS 1 4.55 B. Came Estate Lot 6 B1k L East St. Marks 13.36

Louise Peacher 2/3 int. in Lot 4 of Peter Gavin Est. describedin J. Be Came Estate N 1/2 of Lot 4 Blk M East St. Marks 4.09
a plat filed for record in Clerks Office, less
St. Marks Development: Lots 65 66 71 11 '
0 78 C 89 Blk
5 acres across N end, in W 1/2 of Lot 36 HS 13-1/3 8.71
Corp. Townsite of St. Marl
Lawrence Harvey Lots 3 C 4 of Noah Harveys Est. in SW 1/4 of '(" 57.62St.
Marks Development: Lots 90 99 100
108
lot 38 HS 30 1.56 1011 part of Wakulla
iownsite
Corp. St. Blk 12 St. Marks 16
B. C. Randolph Lot 5 of Noah Harvey Est. in SW 1/4 of ;,: Walter Lena 1 76.
Lot B1k 20 Townsite
of St. Marks
4.71
Lot 38 HS 15 ,,5.09
Thomas Ashton Lot 13 Blk 25
M. Howard Williams DB 51 P-70 in SE comer of Lot 65 HS 4.6 3.55 Town of St. Marks 5.33
Louise Shufford Lot 3 Ilk 31 Town of St. Marks
Patrick Langston Lying N of W. H. Durrance land, boundE 7.18 j
by land of Ira Jackson, W by W bndry I, :trv:, Joseph Brown OR 5 1'-346, 100 x 47' Blk E '

line of Lot 71 the above being of equal n. 'I 'I West St. Marks .. .. 1'1-"vie,.n5.09
width from N to S and extending between C. J. Langston Lots 18, 25 Ii 26 Blk D, Town of
Eastern C Western bndry line in Lot 71 HS 5 9.55 Crawfordville 7.56

Cilbcrt Langston DB 43 P-189 in Lot 71 12 4.09Ernest "\'t C. J. Langston Lots 1 and 2 of Isolated Blk D Town of '
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Kilpatrick OR 2 P-8, 1 acre in NE 1/4 of Lot 71 HS 1/2 :3.55 Crawfordville 6.63

B. C P. Inc. OR 5 P-481, .25 acres in Lot 74 HS .25 ..,,11.27 'A, ,:U Mid-State Homes Lots 142 Ii 143, 100 X 198' DB cst P-123 \Ii ;::1" tf.1;. :..'.
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Mrs. C.J. Rose: Jr. Lot 1 DB 48 P-79, Also DB 50 P-317 In ,.r f "-J. 32.90
Lots 75 C 76 HS 11 6.09 CRIENERS ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF CRAWFORDVI1l.E ,:Ij

Heirs of A.J.J Tully In W1/2 of NWl/4 of Lot 76 less 2/6 Int. HS 30 8.18 4. Mrs. Robert C. Steinen Lot 8 Blk 1
3.47
Eloise Langston As per DB 47 P-74 ((7.36 ac. for R/W) 19 5.71 Mrs. Jean Duck Lot 1 Blk 4 ,, 3.47
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Mamie Harvey In NW cor of Lot 82 HS 1 2.55 Annie S. C Craig Mullen Lot 1 Blk 7 ;'","' 3.47

Heirs of Lonnie Poole As per DB 23 P-41 in Lot 82 less land sold HS 23 6.96 Bennie Ellison Lot 18 B1k 7 ;:."'. t!3:47;

Gilbert Langston As per DB 34 P-454 C 455 in Lots 77 C 89 HS 4 79.25 :'I 1.. P. Bostwick Lot 9 Elk 14 j9t' ', ;

Lucille and Belle Goodman In SW cor. of Lot 92, less 1/4 ac. in Lot 92 HS 1 3/4 8.18 ': Unknown Lots 20 to 28 Blk 26 .' .'1X20.7'
r Opal Jo Guess Lot 11
Hannah and W. R. Dykes As per DB 44 P-69 C 70, 71/2 ac. of land on : Blk 29 3.47
E side of Lot 105, HS less and except: 62 aCt M. H. Cues Lot 12 Blk 29 3.47

sold to R.E. Manley C W.R. Cray, Jr. HS 8 1.16 r Cilbert Langston SE 1/4 of Lot 11 HS containing 82-1/2 acres m/l' 17.45

William Russell Porter DB 26 P-295 in Lot 115 HS 1/5 10.27 i Vetterleln C Co. Inc. Crawfordville Lot 6 Blk D Raken Addition to Town of' ,r, Ii' :...

C.J. Langston All that particular return of Island of W William 48.35
J. Brewster Lots 4 C 8 Blk 13
side of St. Marks River and Light House in Mid-State Town of Shady Sea 7.18 _
A the County qf Wakulli and State. of Florida 50 t 14.27 Homes Lot 58 Sopchoppy West Side 31.90

Cull State Dredging Co. OR 5 P-170, 41.76 ac. in SW cor. of W 1/2 !: d R. Walthal Lots 52, 53, 54, 51 B1k 14 SopchopW East Side 14.36
John PrIce C C. Langston Lots 1 C 2 Blk 4 Town
of
of Porters Island and 11.14 ac. in the E 1/2 Panacea 5.63
of Porters Island, OR 5 P-247 G 248 17.36 Thomas MetcaU Lots 4 Ii 11 Ilk 11 Town of Panacea

Annie Newton OR 6 P-889 in Sec. 23 2S 2W 2 1.62 C. J. Langston Lot 12 Blk 12 Town of Panacea 7.18

C. S. Strickland All of Plot 95, Sec. 24 2S 2W 10 4.09 John PrIce C C. Langston Lot 10 Blk 19 Town of Panacea 4.09

Mrs. Clara J. Harris N 1/2 of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4. S 1/2 of NW 1/4 Worth Moore C R. WhIte Lot 1 Elk 24 Town of Panacea 4.09
4.09
of SW 1/4, SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of SW 1/4& Mrs. Lovey Barwick Lots 4, 5, 6 Ii 10 Ilk 27 Town of Panacea .
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NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 of SW 1/4, Less 4 acres. of Bevis Shell Homes Lot 6 Ilk 21 Town of Panacea : 10.27"

Sec. 25 3S 2W 56 19.45 Blanche Archer Wild Lots 3, 4, C 5 B1k E N. Town of 25.71
31'
Heirs of L. S. Tully 5/6 Int. in SE 1/4 of SE 1/4, less 13 aCt to AQUA DE VIDA Panacea : 90
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A. E. Tully in Sec. 25 35 2W 23 8.25 D. H. Ii KItty Mays DB 38 P-474 In Plat SIIBD.f Bk 1 P-12 .) h i'.( "fJ.

B. Ii P., Inc. A lot 35 yds in SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 in DB 60 W. J. Ii Opal Hargrove Lot 40 Blk D 8 72
P-207 Sec. 26 3S 2W 4:09JuUaAR. : i
3.S5 C M. Dasher Lot5Blk E ', /
Mid State Homes, Inc. 1/2 ac. in SW 1/4, OR 6 P-803 in Sec. 13 Cecqe M. I C R. Fotoaais Lot 19 Blk E i. ; .,"1"'r" :; .0... ,

f 4S 2W 1/2 29.11 WiDstgn L. .C Betty Stewart Lots 31 and 32 Elk 4.09
Heirs of H. M. Vann 1/6 Int. in all NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 Camille W. Titus F I
of Sec. 26 onside of FCCARR cent. Thomas Poole Lots 19 aDd 20 B1k C X7.35
ling Lot 1 Ilk H
35 ac. less s also begin at NW cor. of
SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Sec. 26 and run E along James H. Tarpley Lot 18 Elk H .' :..09My1'1

N bndry line of Se 1/4 of NW 1/4 7.08 chs Todd Lot 30 Blk M ,;j. .09
to pob, cont. 5 acres m/1 In Sec. 26 3S 2W 38..' 11.58 Alex MetcaU Lot 14 Blk N t af 6 9sa .... 4.09
Lizzie Hartsfield C Rudie W. Christian Lot 16 B1k N 47.35

Daisy WhiteNannie SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of SW 1/4, of Sec. 25 Thaxton C. Yancy Lot 21 B1k N '.:' : "i4 09o .
4S 2W 10 5.09 M. T. Cooper Lot 6 Blk 0 4.09Williard .

Bert Jones N 1/2 of SE 1/4 andNE 1/4, less 35 ac. In ::,,; F. Dukes, Jr' Lots 15 16 17 4.09T.
C 18 Blk
Sec. 26 4S 2W 0
158.7. 32.90 D. Ii
Clifford N. 3.3C5
Peny Lot 21 BBc
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C. J. Langston DB 42 P-276' C 272 also DB P-318 cont. '.\%y I. David Ii I-; JY; 'r): '
Jane erring lot 9 4.09
29 acres m/1 In Sec. 1 SS 2W ; 29., 20.92 Blk W

Patrick C. Langston DB 48 P-4111n Sec. 1 SS 2W .2/3 1.93 TOWN OF PANACEA PARK .'. h., ,(II.?I_ \, t11r 19.54...

Alan D. Cameron E 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of NW 1/4, DB 56 ',1" P. C. Kelly Ii M. Taylor lot 19 B1k 2 '

P-502 in Sec. 1 SS 2W > 20 5.71 Unknown lots :29: and 35 B1k 3 r ', '9l'3 ;. '. 2.55.
Maxwell Caraway Lot 1 of Aqullla VIckers Eft. and being Mn. C. C. Thomas Lot 4181k 3 ( 4.09Alex

otherwise described. the S 1/2 of S 1/2 MetcaU Lot 59 Ilk 4 2.55 ,

of S 1/2 of SW 1/4 of SE 1/4, of Sec. 2 I.. c. Brown Lot 22 B1k 5 2.55
5S2W
W. C. Moore Begin at NW cor. of SE 1/4 of Sec. 3 5 8.09 Emma Mee Cruse Lots 79 and 81 B1k 6 2.55P.

thence run E 297 ft, thence S 297 ft, thence C. Kelly Lot 8 Blk 8 ";, .. I 4.09
W 297 ft, thence N 297 ft to pob, cont. 2 MidStatebIDe' lot 78 B1k 9 j 0 oil 2.55

aCt m/1 la OR 2 P-235 in Sec. 3 SS 2W 2 9.09 Sarah Ii Edgar McCay Lots 80 and 82 B1k 9 31.90

Alexandra Nichols 1 ac. in above description in Sec. 3 SS 2W 1 2.30 r: Emmett I.. Crum Lots 172 aDd 173 16.45

Mid-State Homes, Inc. 50 x 75' In NE 1/4 of SE 1/4, of OR 2 P525in !II r: Douglas Hogue Lot 11Wc.J Town of Serf 4.09
Sec. 3 5S 2W 2.60 Jan V. Ii Elaine I ,
Lone Lot 2 '
Sec. D ] ,. ,,4.09
Dottie Whetstone DB 40 P-344, a parcel of land 70 x 70 1n.J George R. Payne Part Ochloclmeeaer f l" .
of Lot 1 Ii Lot : 25.72.
Sec. 4 SS 2W ( W I 3.55 L.i i' William L ShlpudI, Inc. Lot 12 UnIt 'I 2 Panacea S

Mid State Homes, Inc DB 54 P-79, a parcel of. land 75 x 300 In' iKdM i Gilbert Langst Lot 151 UnIt 'I Panacea Panacea Shares l r 25.72 7.18
Sec. 4 SS 2W 26.72 Shore r
lob M. '
PrIce. Lot 27 Unit 41
Cumbie C Sallie White DB 57 P-242 In Sec. 7 SS 2W 2 8.72 31 ? Q. McLaugh11n: Panacea Shores eL-19.54
Lot 3 IWc F lUversers6ore ,
151.54
Mid-State Homes, Inc. DB 60 P-188 in Sec. 7 SS 2W .42 10.27 R. Wa1d1a1 He j r ?i>.
Lot 3 B1k C
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Hampton: Rosier 1 ac.. in SE.1/4 of NE 1/4, OR 2 P-94S Brett Lot 11 Ilk River Bend Sd r ) i .t !4109T'OH9t J :.J
in Sec. 7 SS 2W 1 5.09 ..,bo b.. B SheU Point 8eadt SO.'"
Leaston H. Riven
Lot 2S Blk A
West Florida Enterprises That part of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 lying S of John PrIce Ii T. A. Raker West Point Subd. 10.27
State Rd. 10, Cont. 9-1/2 acres mIl, JtR....Ilk} ).? ',EvaleJLt Peuce' Lot B1k A Hudson Helghta 56.72
ale S acres m/1 lying in NE comer of ,Lot 4 auc c Hudson Height 4.09
NE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Sec. 7 SS 2W 14-1/2 11.18NOTICE Carl L, Revell Lots I, 2, 3 5 .
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W. Floyd Williams 'OR 2 P-531- t-i 1 ..
I.upon Shores MAGNOLIA GARDEN'SKatie
Thomas E. Rowell, Jr. lot 17 25.72
Tarpon ShoesWAKULLA THURSDAY MAY 12. 1966
25.72 and Allie Vann Lots 11 C 12 Blk A ___.. 5.94 ', > .
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Mai W"?Lhcresa H.! GARDENS| UNIT t I George M. t Joe S. Talbot, Jr. Lot 28 Blk A ; 3.47

Thompson Lot 17 Blk 1 '*""| ; t ": 'A' NAM1AA11\ 1:I,1\ I' dcU Thornton Lot 37 Elk A 3.47

Borth %$.Allison lof 24 Blk 4 t. Ir.lIAMAI" r.."' f'' h1' .. .Edith Jtuth Dav1&lot 42 Blk A.., I: 3.47I
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Ca vbWI.t Jones lot 35 Blk'4 ,'J" Mrs. Nell Dearing Lot 44 B1k A 3.41 :

Emmctt Camp Lot 33'Blk 4 .J :r. : ... 3"47 I';' t.. I d IV1li1n111 Fry 'Loti 4i Bik A'' : j1 ;t J SlIIC! I A0 YINIIL 3.47 I IA :

Lester L.C Kathrine Freeman Lot 42 Blk 4 .5 I :3.47 Ronald 1.. Rockhlll Lot SO Blk 3.41
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Cr, R. Green ."\ 347 .,AM.t ::1\1 f YAM .1" t.,I
Lot 46 Blk 4 \ 3.47 Kenneth Silke Lot 60 B1k A I 3'41JAJ
Kay Arm'Roberts. Lot 49 t I
Blk
4
Mrs. Roberts I 3i47 { Mark G Marie Rhoades Lot 6S Blk A t I iA\ \I', '" At \ 3..1
BeIlI- Lot 50 sUe 4 .
3,4; V1rginia Crenier Lot 96 Elk A 3.47
MUburn B. and Venice I .
I'. 1'1 HOT\ 5U\T'1001\ t W't347 ;
B. Waller Lots 69 C: 70 Blk 4 41(35 Joseph W. Bailey Lot 111 Blk'A I i
William R. Codwin Lot 84 Blk! 4 J .' "i'l 'Md. Hannah Cllbert Lot l1S jh t\\ '(TVIl O3 Tn"! Hd3.47\ .11

Romons?Godwin: Lot 85 Blk 4 3.47 3.47 t Joyce Louise Land Lot 117 Elk A 1: 3.47 ,

Arcadio Collazo Lot 21 Blk 5 1.3.47 .. .. H. ...'Carl Eldridge Lot 143 BlKA I Z.47 1
Raymond E. Lcgara Lot 27 Blk 5 I .l
Dannie R. Blizzard Lots 51 C: 52 Blk 5 ;) ,3.47 ,1 t j h \ J ia it it johnnie Ruth Mb con Lot 151 Blk A .nV3S1 3' 3.47
5.94 .
R. L. White Lot 3 Blk 6 i ',' \ It. Malcolm James Hereamp Lot 9 Elk D 3.47 't.

Owen L.. Cychcs Lot 8 Blk 6 ..........1:, ..'";3.47 3.47 Edgar W. C Bessie H. Moulton Lot 10 BU D 3.47
Rawley C Goodall 14 ., .. .. .
Dorothy Lot Blk 6 .,
-r. 3.47 ceorge: Tcyssier, Jr. Lot 38 Blk D -- -----= + i '" 3.47 --
Irene Kinnon Lot 18 Blk 6 .
3.47 E. C Weaver Lot 46 Blk D 3.47
Mrs. Lola Ellcnburg Lot 35 Blk 6 'I 3.47 Ralph Mary
Hollis C Dorothy Franklin Lot 36 Blk 6 I i .,' 3.47 Edna Ottendoder Iot, 47 Blk D \ 3.4764r

Edward C Dorothy Zanier Lot 25 Blk 8 3.47'; John C. G Ullian Davison Lot 19 Blk 'E n\ ').'t ,. 3.47
Paul L. Lasseter Lots 6 C 7 Blk 9 5,94 Noel Leon Stasd Lot 23 Blk E '. 8.', # 347;
johnny C. Hargitt Lot 8 Blk 9 j '
Ccrtha Stevens Lot 24 Blk 9 f ,3.47 3.47 Pickney W. C Margaret Wills Lot 10 Blk F \ 3.41

Walter Hancy Lot 33 Blk 9 I. 3.47 Thomas E. Halyburton Lot 11 Blk F .qa ""' '':;..r.i''t t .''t .;;;' rrx9 \8'4.1, 3.47

Oliver M. Evcragc Lot 48 Blk 9 I: 3.47 William K. Hamm Lot 33 BIkF.., 4aJv7A:: t. "twh;( to"qq.o ::;d; 3.47
Lindsey L. C Irene Maples Lot 7 Blk 10 :: i 3.47 Harold E. Shoup, Jr. Lot 34 Blk; F 3.47

Hilton L. Willis Lot 6 Blk 11 i: 3.47 Richard D. Allison Lot 4 Ilk H "i'll n4v.' 3.47

Billy Muse Lots 20 6 21 Elk 11 .,. II 3.47 B.B. Bush Lot 13 Blk II 3.47

Mrs. Homer C. Cochran Lot 20 Blk 12 3.47 Thomas Chappell Lot 23 Blk H ym boMx' ,').{ nl't\ 3.47st6n

Bryceson C. C Gary Malone Lot 46 Blk 12 3.47 Kenneth W. t Mildred Harshman Lot 40 Blk I ,I'I'QI.qn i,, .r. .,: y. ; 3.47
Bcrvin F. Howcll Lots 31 C 32 Blk 13 5.94 C.N. Youngblood Lot 41 Blk I 3.47
Mollie O. Davis Lot 38 Blk 13 3.47 Mrs. Marjic D. Kubera Lot 23'Blk'J 'rat':) .b fl. ,r.'ru I, 6d' ;3:47
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Mrs. Saundra Newman Lot 47 Blk 13 3.47 Russell S. Myers Lot 2 Blk K'. "... '3.47
Mrs. Ailccn Barefoot Lot 68 Blk 13 ," 3.47 Martha C. Boyer Let 36 Blk K 3.47
Betty Allen Lot 4 Blk 14 :; .. : 3.47
Horace 11. Estes Lot 52 Blk K 3.41
John Archibald C Lot 22 BU 14 ,, 3.47 C. D. Rigan Lots 11 Cl2BlkL ,$'nbit.' n 11',"',: j ,tutti: 5.94

Robert Frazier IIOt! Elizabeth S. White Lot 13 Blk L .pOtcr bs:.: r w' .. !:\9'\1.-: 3.41
Elizabeth Wyatt Lot 30 Blk 14 3.47
Wallace E. I lender:::on Lot 35 Blk L ;':>Y ot : ;4S.t :r' If i T9"it H.; .' 3.41
Betty Cable Lot 57 Blk 14 3.47
Leonard D. C Louise Thorp Lot 47 Blk L 3.47
Fcrman M. Crapps Lot 72 Blk 14 3.47
William T. McDamcls Lot 16 Blk M 3.47
Malcolm Reese Lot 31 Blk 15 3.47
Pittman, Sophia,
Harold Edwards Sr. Lot 53 BLk 15 I 3.47
George, .
Jerry Henley Lot 33 Blk M ,' 3.47
Kenneth C. Moore Lot 55 Blk 15 3.47 ; F.< i'
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Eugenia Helen Stelmach Lot 8 Blk N 3.U r
James H. Clisson Lot 33 Blk 16 I 3.47 .J', 10
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Leslie D. Johnston Lot 24 Blk N 1.1 ,,: v 3.47 off
Gottlieb C Anna Hcrmansdorfcr Lot 65 Blk 16 3.47 Ruby M.! Willhitc Lot38BlkN'Mrs. \;k ,' 'qtr 3.47

Raliegb W. Morrison Lot 17 BU 17 I 3.17 Clco Hall Lot 51 Blk N 3.47
P. H. Wilson Lot 23 Blk 17 .. 0 :, $ 3.47. .rr H' 'i'
i Claire P. !looser Lot 52 Blk N 3.47
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Thurmond Beck Lot 24 Blk
Franklin C
Trudy Claude t G Helen Rumford Lot 1 Blk 0 3.47
Eula D. Lowry Lot 41 Blk 17 "' $ 3:47: Henry w. Shimp Lot 23 Blk 0 .__.w... ... w ,,----.. 3.47

Mary C John Spears Lot 67 Blk 17 3.47 Ben Shelton Lot 25 Blk 0 3.47
Ella B. Little Lot 21 Blk 18 c. 3.47 Milton P. Adams Lot 36 Blk 0 3.47

Clayton C. Church Lot 55 Blk 18 .; 3.47 George M. Rcisttcttcr, Sr. Lot 37 91k 0 .' 3.41
Lottie Kitchen Lot 75 Blk 18 as' 3.47 r.\t.-, '
/ Mary Lee Armstrong Lot 11 BU P 3.47
Giles Lot 29 Blk 19 4. 3.47
John R. C Bertha Ethel E. McGuire Lots 24 f 25 Elk P .a rtaa's. .' 0 3.47'
Elizabeth C Andrew Swincy Lot 44 Blk 19 ':: .3.47 I toward liamthousc Lot 29 Elk P 3.47
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Jess Martin C Elva J. Price Lot 2 Blk 20 ; 3.47'l' J. W. t f Syble; B. Tucker Lot 47 Blk P 3.47

Margaret Bows Lot 16 Blk 20 ; .. 3.41 Jack E. ruvx.ll Lot 9 Blk Q 3.47.
M 3:47 Nellie Mic Brunt Lot 22 nlk Q 3.47
Frame Brooks Lot 44 Blk 20 .
M. E. Waldon &i. B. Brunson Lot 29 Ilk Q M* ri', t' 'tt. rf., 3.47
3:47
Donald F. Burchficld Lot 67 Blk 21 v.j .. 6" ""
., Hugh! Tyre Lot 3 Ilk R ': {, ,1IT J A 3.47
Pauline E. Emmcrick Lot 7 Blk 21 .. .". 3.47 Norman C Joan Stqhcns Lot 4 t Ilk: R > 3.47

Howard R. and Jess Wilson Lot 14 Blk 21 ,.. j "I' ,',, .3.47.ni. : Pearl Nielsen Lot 5 Plk R 3.47
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21' ,.3.47 t I Arne E. Sanders Lot 7 Plk R 3.47 .
Craig W. Millinger Lot 20 Blk ,I '. ::: J (
'"3.47; Lois T. C JamesA:::asonJr.lot 40, Blk R 3.47
Frank Namie, Jr. Lot 35 Blk 21 -.,.
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Jack Dunn Lot 75 Blk 21 3.47 ; 1

Anne Embleton G Robert S. Graham Lot 22 Blk 22 3.47. \ ; : \

Robert E. Lawrence, Jr. Lots 64 C 65 Blk 22 l... ,5.94'.... a f : ,-I"I J1e. .\ ;

Esther I. Yarberry Lot 14 Blk 23 ;. I 1 I : ;:3.47': .,.S i : ;'. '". ,':,'". rf.: il'll' \', "...,; '..:. I ;\- ;. t:....j ...:,. ..." ..
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t town J. C Velora Cole Lot 22 BIk 23 i : !3.47 I Ii : \ ...<: L'I'r" ',;';w ;'' ..
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William F. C Helen Miller Lot 29 Blk 23' : I., i.i' i :3.4' ?
Michael J. Fulford Lot 43 Blk 23 : f .3.47 "> \r" .. : .

Russell Tolles Lot 44 BBc 23 \\1 t 1 ; : I OJ 3.47 <, ",...., ;

leo C Mary Hcrmosillo Lot 53 Blk 23 i I : I I '3.47. : '
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Caren Moletech Lot ,2 Blk 24 F.-... j i _...: 3.47 I.. >

Michael P. Burke Lot 8 Blk 24 3.47 j .,' V I .. '. ': r 11I1 !', ,.

Matthews Lot 23 Blk 24 3.47 .
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Nicholas M. White, M.D. Lot 28 Blk 24 '/ 0 IF I : r1 i!'r 3.47 t ; .: I "tftM4i ,

Stella M. Conner Lot 34 Blk 24 3.47 I ; i. :;1 l

Clyde H. McArthur Lot 37 Blk 24 '. j J1. ,5r". 3.47 \ ,.::

Hardcnburg Lot 8 Blk 25 J; ; 3. q 3.47 Hii
Leonard Ann W. Mitchell Lot 25 Blk 25 ,JH.j rt :.....r! c f 3.47 i.

Daniel Pope, Jr. Lot 33 Blk 25 3.47 :

Wilson R. Swartz Lot 47 Blk 25 3.47 i 1 i (LHW;

Ervin E. Clay Lot 54 Blk 25 3.47 \ .1 3I" / .
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Sherry 1.. Blair Lot 55 Blk 25 .
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Grace OrthFerdanand Lot 57 Blk 25 .. ; a
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C Anna Knoop Lot 67 Blk 25 3.47 !

Mrs. Dorothy E. James Lot 69 Blk 25 .I DLj i 3.47 i ,. <

Randolph L. Broache Lot 73 Blk 25 1 3.47 4. h

Jerry Digirolamo Lot 9 Blk 26 .. ; !0 iffci; 'U'1 "t"' I 3.47; ,, j t i, CANDIDATE FOR SENATOR
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Randolph 1.. Broache Lot 42 Blk 26 'ra C) 'f,) .) .

Hugh Clifton Garrison Lot 72 Blk 26 > 1::s. ::1..1 1 ,' I :3.47. d I.I DISTRICT 5

WAKU1LA GARDENS UNIT 11 :.:'. : ..' ). ) ;1 ,

3 Blk 3 3.47. -
Billy M. Reece Lot !
George N. Riner, Jr. Lot 15 Blk 3 3.47 t '

John P. Minnick Lot 44 Blk 3 3.47
I'' :.' 3.47 j PLEDGES
Everett C Valeria Sands Lot 73 Blk 3 :: ,
Judith F. Martinez Lot 22 Blk 4 :3 1 tia a 1 t;s'. ; 3.474; .

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Crews E. Breland Lot 43 Blk 4Lot47Blk4 .
., v",, \ '.1 4.J/ ;" 3.47: ? Rcorgnnizotion of tax structure

J. B. Matthews 'f," 16\1-1' ",3.47' I 1 j to relieve homeowner.ond assist '. I wA IHtt: '
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Louise Bussey Lot 49 Blk 4 -Z3C"t .
Dorothy 3.47 county school: programs : j I fr 1/:/: '', 'Hi)
55 Blk 4 ur :
Jacquelyn Barrett Lot ?.", :J I

Imogene Byer Lot 63 Blk 4 3.47 3.47 ; .>: Higher teacher salaries with career tJ- Y V1l'' OT.I11 .

Herbert L. Jacobs Lot 14 Blk 5
incentives
James C Virdle McCee Lot 22 Blk 5 3.47 t I ; 'H1(uric; 1 Ixi :SlOii

Frances C. Tuttle Lot 21 Blk 5 3.47 i tr Lets politico! interference in publ'f r s1A 'iJ

Arthur C. Rhodes, Jr. Lot 46 Blk 5 r'M: 4' .- 3.47 J t institutions, "' r.. ". ,
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Lot 59 Blk 5
Bert Thompson 1
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Carl and Madge Carter Lot 31 Blk 6 through vocational training' anti :

Mrs. L. B. Cibbs Lot 23 Blk 7 "' 3.47 3.47 i "7 apprenticeship programs 4 4I
William L. Vickers Lot 46 Blk 7. a
i Lot 59 BBc 7" 3.47 ; VETERAN-ATTORNEY-FARMER-PROGRESSIVE t 1I
I Guy Bagwell O1A, 3.47''I J
Mary R. Hairingon and Hugh, Lot 74 3.47 U AL.

William M. Graham, Jr. Lot 87 Blk 7 I _

I Hubert Griffin Lot 17 Blk 9 3.47 ,
Mrs J. "
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RaveDCraftT 91Milburn 3.47 I II! o'f
Helen S. Lot 48 BBc I"; R V .11' 3 3.47

B. Waller t 'Lot'' 2 Blk.25"#', : :.rs v,f.. t "

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THURSDAY MAY 12. 1900MCCLENDON MRS. HARTMAN RECEIVES
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I STATE CHAIRMANSHIP'

THANKS TO THE WONDERFUL PEOPLE Mrs. Marjorie Hartman, senior L. P. 'Pete' GIBSON

FUNERAL home service adviser for Florida
ALL OVER THE COUNTY FOR YOUR VOTE
Power Corporation, ii the 1966-

OF CONFIDENCE' 'IN THE MAY 3RD PRIMARY.LET'S HOME, Croup 1967 chairman of Home for Economists the Florida in Senator for the Sixth

Business H.E. I. B. she
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ALL GIVE OUR ELECTED OFFICIALS' 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE' elected during the annual meet- FOR:
Ing held in Fort Lauderdale April -
SUPPORT AND PULL TOGETHER FOR DEV- 29-30. State-wide
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ELOPMENT OF THE FINEST COUNTY 'IN ALL PHONE 305-1161" Tallahassee" Flo' bership includes teachers, diet- More Industry
icians, food consultants, home
FLORIDA.' demonstration agents, home service More JobsPaid
advisers, journalists, and
STEVE REVELL "CR/WFORDV/LLE/ / HIGH radio and television personalities. -
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Mrs. Hartman is hostess on
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television show sponsored -
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Sincere GratitudeWords Oranges and WFSU, Tallahassee.A I I
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given me.
you Bread Butter
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To Congressman Matthews, I extend my we"e"thanks Hamburger Steaks Florida Power

for a clean, hard fought campaign.We Buttered Rice Mrs. Hartman was a home econ-
for Electric Com-
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were friends at the outset of this campaign Strawberry ShortcakeIce pany and also appeared as tele-
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we are. today. Bread Butter Hostess -
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Other H.E.I.B. officers for
I shall strive to merit your confidence. I need your help in Thursday 1966-1967 arei chairman-elect nA STATE
Spaghetti Mr I. Thelma Palmer Tampa
working for the continued growth and progress of every countyin Meat Sauce ElectricCompany;secretary Miss
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THEM IN THE SENATE. It
SPECIAL PRICES

THIS TREMENDOUS RESPONSE GAVE HIM A r' 1

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SPOT WHO WILL BE ON THE BALLOT WITH PETE r.' 141. S. Monroe LOT. Ph, 121....

IN THE MAY 24 PRIMARY. FREE 1964 Chevelle $1995'''
LOT i Mallbu VS with lutomatla trim
117 N. Adams Ph. 84-3311 minion heater and AIA CON.
1965 Chevrolet $1895 DITIONING. Sharp.
TAG 4 door eedan with I cylinder en1964 Ford $1295
.Ine! automatic tranimjailon. door aedan with radio heater .
radio ft heater. Real sharp and automatic tranimiaiion and
With The Purchase Of low milca AIR CONDITIONER.
1964 GTO .
$1895
1963 Chevrolet $1295
Used Car Over
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$600 From Either of
I Our 0 K Used Car 1964, GMC"e: : $1295 1963'Volks . $995
1 ton pick up truck clean one BUS. Bit Big Buy.

17 OF THE 24 COUNTIES PLACED PETE GIBSON FIRST: FIVE Lots. 1964 VI owner.4 door Chevrolet.Belalr Sedan,$1495 radio 1962 2.l n. two Ford apted, axle. !., V5$1245. flat
bed
GAVE HIM A CLEAR MAJORITY OVER THE SEVEN OTHER CANDIDATES. heater clean era automatic owner. tranamliilor, 1963 dump Corvair.$1095 truck

'64 Volkswagen. $1195 Convertible with 4 speed shift,
radio I beater, real
"FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART I THANK YOU FOR THIS VOTE BOTH FOR LOTS\'oua OPEN CONVENIENCE TILL I 00 P at 1963 1 door, Chevrolet.radio heater one$1395 owner 1964 with .sharp. $1595 ear

OF CONFIDENCE. I WILL TRY TO JUSTIFY YOUR FAITH IN ME. Famous OK Quality I 4 owner.conditioning doer radio, lo heater
1 1-Year' G-W Warranty 1962: Jeep . $1095
"TO THOSE WHO SAW FIT TO SUPPORT ONE OF THE FINE LONG TRADES-. thin-out.Station WI'4 apeed It ft tranimiaiion.reconditioned

GENTLEMEN NO LONGER IN THE RACE. I EXTEND THIS INVITATIONTO EASY TERMS 1961 4 wheel Chevrolet drive radio I and.heit.r.$995

JOIN WITH ME ON MAY 24. 4 and door automatic Station wagon tranamlailon.VS. heater

1964 Pick Up $1294
FOR: SENSIBLE RE-APPORTIONMENT-MORE JOBS track ford,I IoU:4rb.: low' mileage

MORE INDUSTRY AN IMPROVED EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM MORE ,YOU ARE Bcrrci orr BY FAI 1958 Truck $495
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HOME RULE FOR COUNTIES.PETE JOD.

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KULLA COUNTY .WHO BELIEVED/ IN HAVING Where la your faith? PROVED THAT I ., 'I
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RECENT DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY. faith, and our unwaveringstand THANK YOU FOR VICTORY .1
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SINCERELY I are a channel through which
IT LOOKS GREAT AND WE ARE
God's healing work is done. GETTING STRONGER /.1J.dk-
ELIZABETH F. SMITH Our prayers help us to stand WITH YOUR HELP AND SUPPORT HE WILL BE % y
firm to rise up in the assure
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FEED GRAIN

FORINTEGRITY. SIGN-UP REPORTED
CONGRATULATIONSTO FRI. SAT..
.. Wakulla County farmers' part-
SENATOR MALLORY HORNE ON HIS ELECTIONMAY icipation intentions under the
.. ABILITY 3. 1966 voluntary diversion and I

FORESIGHT. .. A SINCERE THANK YOUTO price grain were support reported programs today for feed by I I MAXWELL HOUSE

.. DETERMINATION Manager.Richard L. Cowdy The signup, ASCS periodi Office 79"COFFEE

recently at the ASCS Of-
OTE'MILEY fice.A .
MY FELLOW CITIZENS WHO REWARDED MY total of 42 farms signed an
FOR intention to divert 1,171 acres IB. OH :
CANDIDACY WITH THEIR VOTE. from production of feed grains _
1966. These farms
during may

MIERSSTATE GEORGE LEWIS earn acres diversion and will payments be eligible on for 824 PORK CHOPS, Center Cut, lb. 89c

price support on their productionof
feed grains on the base acre 69c
age not diverted under the pro PORK CHOPS End- cut
REPRESENTATIVEGROUP gram. The maximum acreage
that any farm can divert is 50%
1 of the farms feed grain base and CUBE STEAK . . Ib.95c
at least 20% must be diverted to
PLEASE ACCEPT MY HEARTFUL THANKS FOR YOUR participate.
Leon Franklin & Wakulla Counties T-BONE STEAK 79c
PLATFORM VOTE AND ACTIVE SUPPORT ON MAY 3RD. I Under the programs, participating ,
: farmers agree to limit
their 1966 production of the af CHIEF FLOUR 5 IBs A9C
1. Upgrade Teacher Salaries & School Facilities TO THE SUPPORTERS OF MR. GLOVER. I WILL fectedcrops to the base or allotment BIG
2. Promotion of Sea Food Industry and Tourism AM not diverted. They
APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT AND ADVISE. AS I acreage
3. Put All Purchases By State of Florida On Competitive must also maintain the diverted Nabisco BUTTER, Cookies 7 OZ. 251
Bid Basis. SURE THAT BOTH MR. GLOVER AND MYSELF BELIEVE acreage in approved conservationuses.
4. Strong Conflict of Interest Laws. No crop may be harvested 33c
S. Plug Tax Inequities Before Considering ,ANY IN GOOD GOVERNMENT. from the diverted acreage during TOMATOES, 303 can 2 for
Increaie.M. the entire year and it may not be
rot' Ad.. l>7 ttltatM lor Milrf !HI.r. AGAIN I PLEDGE TO YOU THAT I WILL CONTINUE used for grazing between April Bama JELLY -200s.
14 and October 15. In addition, 27c
TO DO MY BEST TO SERVE ALL THE PEOPLE IN the farm's normal amount of oth-
er conservation use acreage must
be maintained uses. GIANT TIDE 79c
conserving .
A MANNER TO JUSTIFY YOUR CONFIDENCE. AND Only after full compliance with

There are FULFILL YOUR TRUST IF RE-ELECTED AS YOUR all participating program provisions farmers considered are the ...BANANAS 2 Ibs. 25c
eligible for program benefits.Mr. .
various waysto COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Cowdyreports that intended WE SELLITIIAVELERSI
participation the 1966 feed
defrosta RALPH STRICKLAND grain program last year's State-wide participation.exceeds MONEY ORDERSSHOP

refrigerator... Figures released by the ASCS
State Office in Gainesville show
that 7,074 farms are enrolled and
I intend to divert 217,157 acres LOCALLY AND SAVE
from feed grain production in
1966. Under the 1965 program PIGOTT'S STORE
6,883 farms diverted 214,196acres
from production.The MEDARTPIGOTT.'S
county: off ice manager explained
that the annual diversion
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THANK 1 programs all have the same basic
objectives, that is, to help reduce
the surplus commodities in-
YOU! t l volvedthus stabilizing farm prices
while at the same time assuring
consumers of an ample supply of CASH AND CARRY
food and fibre products at reasonable
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FUND CEMENT MORTOR MIX
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-a \\ I pledge to perform the duties of Comptroller
The Friendship Primitive Bap- BLOCKS
\ of Florida with a dedication and tist Church of Medart has set upa
I Cemetery Fund, which will be SUPPLIES-AUTO PARTS
\ I used for the maintenance and BUILDING
humility that will bespeak more eloquentlythan Improvement of the Friendship
\ Church Cemetery. Anyone who -FEEDSEEDFERTILIZFRSTANDARD
'\ words of my appreciation for the con would like to contribute to this \
Cemetery Fund may contactMr.
Bob White or leave your OIL PRODUCTSPHONE
fidence and trust you have placed in me. contribution at either of Mr.
John PIgott's stores in Medart.
When you make your contribution WA 6-5502
ktt9 please say if it is for the
Cemetery Fund. I


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; WHICH KEEPS I AM HUMBLY GRATEFUL FOR YOUR CONFIDENCE

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