Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOLUME 67 .NUMBER'.JiJ CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA THURSDAY. MAY 9 --"i--------1966 32327 Price lOe Per Copy
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30"BY 1..10ulle C. Sapp '
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Thousands of Boy Scouts, Cubs Wakulla County farmers were '\
Mrs. Bessie Revell, who is and E.xplorerswlll help the han- reminded today that only a .
Keith Lee supervisor School the Sopchoppy Hihg dicapped to help themselves by short time is left to file .1 i request vt1Q
Cafeteria, attended the delivering Goodwill "Good Turn for an agreement under
Florida l School Food Service Day" bags to homes on Satur- the new USDA Cropland Adjust
Association Convention ment Program (CAP). Accord-
In recent weeks the auto- the held at day, April 30.
Fontainebleau Hotel in Residents are being asked to ing to Richard L. Cowdy, ASCS '
nubile has found itself on Miami Beach, Fla. fill the bugs with clothing and County Office Manager, Friday, JL5
a par with the ten most wanted repairable household items and May 13, is the deadline for submitting ._

crl.lnahuat least a* far Mr. and Mrs. Terry Land and leave them by their front doors a request.

as traffic safety is concern sons of Panama City, visited Mr. i on the following Saturday, May The CAP offers 5-10 year ,- + iC rrAL

ed. It has been assailed asa and Mrs. L. C. Sapp. They I 17, by 9:00: A.M. grccmcnts to farmers to divert
villian in the highway were cnroutc from visiting relatives The contributlon&will be picked acreage from the production of L

accidents. --and It brings to in West Palm Beach and up by the Scoutsand delivered surplus crops such as corn, grin'
Ocala. They also visited Mr. to the Goodwill plant where sorghum and peanuts, the w
mind the following poem we and Mrs. Larry White and daughter they will be renovated and sold grccmcnts provide for diusl) I

read recently: Lori, of Crystal River, to pay the wages of over 500l1anJic.lpped meet payments to )partially r.-
Florida. people. place the income usually Jtrn
thdiverted ,
ed from the production of
kinds of
')t Isn't the vehicle that Mrs. Dclma Roberts and daughter Nearly handicapsexist Cost-share M
begins to ..hlneIh..n June visited Mrs. Robert's at Goodwill Industries. crops.
funds also provided to help
Some are blind. Some have no arc H
son, M/Sgt. and Mrs. Randolph 1
forced to stop lor anns or leg Others arc mentally establish the diverted ten igi
Roberts nd
a boys in Montgomery,
an old stop sign: retarded. They all have in approved conservation ist ,
IT'S THE DRIVER weekend. one tIling in common. Becauseof Since only 7 more \'.orking ti.
couldn't days remain before the M ,ti !13 ,
their handicaps they
'It isn't the vehicle that Mrs. Carlton Willis passed her
deadline Mr
i. oVdyaged
find employment. Now, thanks signup ,
takes a drink state examination at the cosmetologist to the generosity of people in \ all farmers who mi gin be
in Tallahassee for her
Then quickly loses its : community, and the cooperation interested in taking port in the
power to think: senior license. She can now opc of school children and CAP contact the ASCS Officein .
me her own beauty shop. He: ,
Scouts they are working and Crawfordvillc as soon I' pos-
IT'S THE DRIVER model was Mrs. Louise Sapp. i iI ,
I selfsupporting.The sible. Complete Information
'It Isn't the vehicle that DouglJS3nd Rhonda Kay Quigi Goodwill movement was the program is available at the "KEIP: FLORIDA 'ti:I.A O FIT m" was the firm slim! taken by these leadersho ;tttcndcd the Department -

falls to heed furnished the n.usic at the Lion: started Boston, Massachusetts county office. Office hour,ire of Commcrc clearing on the lliglm ly I IVautific.ition Act of 1965 in Tallahassee last

The dangers of reckless Club meeting Monday night. ((1902)) by the late Dr. EdgarJ.llclmswhodirectcd 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P. M Monday week.
discourteous speedir a through Frid.ly. Left to right, Robert Rogers, Tampa; Gerald Turner, Boca Raton; Charles Wedding St. Peters-

: Miss Malissa Harrell, daughterof community program to aid the burg; Charles Culbrcth, fimpa; James F. Griffin, )Ir. Key Biscayne, Albert C. Crosby, Brandon.
S THE DRIVER Mr. and Mrs. Steve Harrcll, underprivileged.) I Second Row: )Jack O. Holmes, Tampa; ; Senator Cd Fraser, Macclcnny.

'It Isn't the vehicle that was crowned queen at the annual The purpose of Goodwill Industries CUB SCOUT Third Row: E.Ii.. 'Bud' Reasoner, Secretary-Tr:asiircr of Florida Association i i of Landscape Ar-

steps on the gas Spring: Festival, held at the Sop- is to provide gainful employment PACK MEETING I chitects and charter member of Florida Nurserymen and Growers Association.

And causes an accident choppy School last Friday night, vocational training, I

trying to passir : Apei129.: Her escort was Mike rehabilitation services and opportunities I Cub Scout Pact 126 held its FEA CONVENTIONHELD THE COUNTY II t tN
Falk The Duke and Duchess for growth _
personal regular monthly Tuesday
were Steve Harrell, Jr. and Judy for handicapped persons regard- April 26th at the Crawford AGENT'S CORNERBYE.
.A vehicle nay be bent and Kendall, and the Prince and less of race, color or creed. I v i ille School lunchroom. The Florida Education Association

twisted awry Princess were Roland Strickland David Liles, Boy Scout Executive I During the gathering period par- Convention held April :
and Sallic Sanders. Other of the Suwannee River 21-23 in Miami Reach.
But it isn't the vehicle I act- ents and friends I viewed the R. Wheaton ,
that will have to dieIT'S ivities included games, fish fry, Council and Ernest M. Mcncn- I many fine nature exhibits the One of the most important reports County Agent e"\'r;
: J' and the Sopchoppy band. dez, Goodwill Advisory Board I boys had made during the tenth. of t! A !convention this year
THE DRIVER I Chauman-said they expect almost Following the Pledge of Alle- was !die Program Action Com- Landscape and Carden School) ,

............... I Happy birthday to June Roberts, 100 participation from giance to the Flag, Cubmaster mittee's Legislative Priority Just reminder that this school "
Kimberly Strickland, Rev. O. Scouts, Cubs and Explorers.It Chambers turned over the cub- Progran, which stated in part: will begin Thursday, May 5, .
The Poverty Business has I C. Hall, Bessie Kemp, Coldie takes an average of seven mastership to Mr. O. E. Hen "Recognizing the importanceof and the subject of discussionwill

becone Just that BUSINESS. Rudd, Ann Hall, and Marion filled bags to make one day's drickson. The Cub Scouts gave providing a quality educational be "Basic Principles of ,1;
I Hall, and Happy Anniversary to work for a handicapped person. Mr. Chambers the Wolf Howl in program for all citizensof Landscapti ,.
The more you read about : Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McCallister. Liles and Mcncndczsaid they arc appreciation his services. Florida in a changing world Landscaping". On May 10 the .: \.

it the More it galls you to : Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McCallister. challenging l each boy to see how Advancement ceremonies were and further recognizing our obligation : subject will be "OrnamentalPlants ,I

think that the tax money you The Senior CI'swlllleave many "day's work" ho can bring held for the following boys Billy as professional educators I Names and Uses". Everyone .,'
work so hard to earn and pay on in.The Harper and Johnny Golden, and citizens of the State of Is invited to attend and
their trip to Nassau, Sunday local will Florida the Action ','
scouts partici- Program in this school !>.
out is the and Cold participate "
going way It is. morning May 8. Those goingare Wolf Badge Arrow ''!" '
Committee of the
pate in this worthwhile cause Florida Education '
Dennis Allen Mike Falk (I Point; Randy; Sanders and George
It has probably become the Association that THANKSThe
presumes OF
latrelle Cray,Alice King David SPEAKERS NAMED FOR Lewis Harper, Bear Badge and the Minimum Foundation Pro- 'CARD \ 1tr ,
Pork Barrel
biggest I In the
Cold Arrow Point; Bill Moore,
history of our nation, and Nichols King, Janet Nichols, Randall GRMl'ATION EXERCISES Gold and Silver Arrow Points. gram will be fully financed and family of Mrs. Ruth Coleman Annette Harrell I
,Sammy Nichols, Thomas urges the adoption of the following
Howlett wishes to express
every day. our friends in The Cub Scouts sang "Smokic
Porter, Tommy Posey, Doug Graduation Smokle Mr. priority items that will their thanks to all who were so ENGAGEMENT TOLD
Washington are dreaming up las Qui g, Glen Ringo, James Graduation Exercises at the the Bear"U1tll ( insure progress toward a pro- kind in so many ways.
Sam Lollie and :
new schemes to Make things a Sanders, Faye Sherrod, Ehvandi schools in Wakulla County will a brief talk)on appeared fire safety. give gram of excellence in educa- May God bless each of you. Mr. and Mrs Steve Kartell oi
'little bit easier' for the Simmons Carol Stuber, Karen be held on the following dates tion in Florida Coleman, son, of I Medart the
and Everyone enjoyed two nature Dwight announce engagement -
shiftless and no-a-counts in Tully, Kathy Whetstone. Crawfordvillc, Monday, June 6, races. One was a turtle race, I. Provide approximately Jacksonville; Edwin Coleman of their daughter, Annette,
will travel
They bus MIami
the by to Sopchoppy, Tuesday, June 7; $390,000, 000 in new state and of Lakeland W. to Ronnie
country andthenwill board the won by Den 2. Another was a son, ; I ,Cruse, son of Mr. and
ship ShadevilJc, Friday, June 3. 1 county revenue fon father of Ft. Mrs. Ruben
"Yarmouth", frog race. Winners from Den R. Porter, Cruse of Otter
le grant you that Senator George Tapper of Port (a) Reduced pupilteacherratio
were Terry Posey, first, and Billy Myers; L. W. Porter, brother Creek.
there are people that need Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chase of St. Joe, who represented Wakul Pigott, second; from Den 2, of Palatka; Mrs. Alice The wedding will take place
help. There are plenty In Tallahassee visited Mrs.Chase's la County during the last session (b) Increased salaries, and I 8th
Johnny Golden, first, with Lynn Evans, sister, of Naples; May at 3:30 in the after-
this nation who can.. not care parents, Mr, and Mrs. Edison of the legislature, will be Brown and Bill Moocr second. (c) Released time for lunch Mrs. Isabel Forbes, sister, noon in the Sopchoppy Congregational

for themselves and somebody Roddenbeny last weekend. the commencement speaker at Cubmaster Hendrickson closed and planning, of Crawfordville. Holiness Church.

needs to look after the. buta Crawfordville.Dr. the meeting by reading a patriotic (d) Textbooks materials.II. Her fiance works in the Seafood
Mrs. Florida Whaley was theo Mode Stone Dean of from the President Provide a professional negotiation Industry.
person who Is healthy and emlght guest of Mrs. Delma School of Education Florida message statute. A reception the

able to work needs to do just Roberts and Mrs. Nellie Raker State University, will be the III. A mend and strengthen the CEMETERY, FUND will be following held outside ceremony the-

that, WORK t last Saturday. speaker at Sopchoppy.Dr. SPRING MUSIC CONCERTSET teacher continuing contract SET UP church.
Barwick O. A. Moore, Professor of law. All friends and relatives are
There are plenty of jobs Mr. and Mrs. Braxton
Physical Education, Florida A. fOR TONIGHT IV. Eliminate millage elect- Invited to attend the wedding
going begging It Is almost visited Mr and Mrs. Terry Bar- The Friendship Primitive Bap-
M. ,
& University, ions. and reception.
Impossible to hire anyonein wick In Pensacola recently. will speak at Shadeville. SCHOOL NEWSBY The most hotly debated Issueat tist Church of Medart has set upa

any of the skilled trades Happy Anniversary to Mr. and All commencement programswill Wanda Metcalf the conventionwas the question Cemetery Fund, which will be

and rarll labor ja fast becoming I Mrs. Billy Roberts of Angleton, start at 800P.M. of sanctions. The Associa- used for the maintenance and
Texas who are faith- speaker has been voted Improvement of the Friendship .rAKULlA COUNTY
Impossible to get The among our Only one tion on Saturday to expel
reason being the peoplecan ful subscriber to the countynews. confirmed for the baccalaureate Skip West, director of music any member who violates local, Church Cemetery. Anyone who SADDLE CLUB
that Crawfordville I
and band at the would like to contribute to this
the Sundays national sanctions invoked -
make more drawing sermons on pre- state or
money School, announced today a school Cemetery Fund may contactMr.
welfare than they can working ceeding graduation.The Spring Concert to be held tonight against systems. Bob White or leave Wakulla County is now organi-
Hall First your
Happy Mother's Day to all the Rev. Ottoway ,
classic example of this Mothers in Sopchoppy! Baptist Church Sopchoppy, will (Thursday) night, May 5, i contribution at either of Mr. zing a horse club. A meetingwas
In the school auditorium, start- Pigott's stores in Medart. held Thursday night at Gilbert -
School ACL NET John
Is the auto worker who was speak at the Sopchoppy INCOME UP 17? house.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton E. Cox ing at 8:00 P. M. When you make your contribu- Cowdy't
laid off from a $104 a week of Highland View announce the exercises. The program will feature both FOR FIRST QUARTER tion, please say if it is for the All people with horses or who

job and started drawing 1160 engagement of their daughter the chorus and the band singingand Net income of the Atlantic Cemetery Fund. are Interested are cordially Invited -

a week in welfare This sure Mary Cell, to the Rev. Bill playing popular songs. Coast Line Railroad rose 17% to Join. We need all support -

doesn't give a person Much Graham, pastor of Faith Bible NO.P"'iT BOAT It is reported that the chorus during the first three months of for a successful club. .

reason to want to find a job Church of Port St. Joe. The grayish surface you will be costumed according to this year, compared with the ALFRED B. SNYDER We elected officers Thursday
elsewhere Mist Cox has served as missionary may see on your aluminumboat the numbers that they will sing. same period Last year, ACL President night, and named our club It

with the Children's Bible this spring Is normal Die fine work displayed by W. Thomas Rice announced Alfred B. Snyder, 72, an actIve will be called The Wakulla
The work work' Is slowly Mission, Inc., for the past after its winter hiatus It's both the chorus and the band today. Panacean during die 10 County Saddle Club. The officers -

going out of style.! This Is eight yearn She li presently merely surface oxidation that warrants a good turnout of patrons The Company's net Incomewas he resided there, died are as follows President,

probably because of the computer working in counties In South A- will vanish under a good of the school so that they $5, 201 000 in the first years Sunday in Leltchfield, Ky. after Gilbert Gowdy; Vice President,
labama and Northwest Florida and polish agalnsnjoytheconcert and quarter 1966 Charles Turner; Secretary and
age plus the political healthy scrub may compared with a month's illness.
climate In our country. and residing In East Benton, A- Your aluminum boat doesn't see how much advancement has S4, 454, 000 for the same period Snyder had been taken U Treasurer, Jimmy and Sandra
labama. need a coat of paint to pro- been made in the music field. last ;'ear.Total Leltchfield, his hometown, for Welch; Program Committee,
All the computer needs Is Rev. Graham has Frank Mathls, James Franklin,
recently It from the elements drill operating revenues for treatment. In Panace
tect fire special
a hand to plug It I. and all Moved to Port St. Joe from Miami have Instructions been read for to a the studentsin the first quarter of 1966 were Snyder had been serving as th and William Mock Publicity

the politician needs Is a where he paitored the Mrs. Sallie Dykes, now of all grades and there will probably highest the company's history, Panacea Chamber of Comrr<.ic Committee, Carole Turner and

hand to put him In. Ie' 11 be N. Dade Bible Church. Tallahassee, spent last week visiting be a practice alarm to see he said. They were $54, 708- I, treasurer since 1963. He also Evelyn Cowdy.We .

well tllln care of by both The wedding will be in uly. among her many friends how well the students and tea- 000, compared with $51,741000 ,- was the assistant treal\.ftrof the will have three meetingsa
Clinton Cox and family are ) )( forthe tame period in 1965. Church.A month;two with our horses and
long as the money lasts. around here. chers will follow the set rules. Panacea First Baptist
former one business Dues will
residents of Sopcboppy Coast Line earned $1.93 insurance executive, meeting.
per retired
which can' t. be forever and he Walter Crawfordville played be two dollars for each
Is a brother of Mis. share a
Mr. Fred Becton accompanied hitchka Monday afternoon and during the first quarter of Snyder is survived by his widow year
Harmer They were alloverto his Wilson 6 to 5. 1966 on common stock outstanding Abba Snyder and a son person.
daughter Mrs.
lUPOLEOV'S spend the Mary won a close victory, .. There will be a meeting Satur-
day recently.Mr. compared with $1.65 who is serving I
Fort Walton to spend a week. per MaJ. Peter Snyder, '
CURIOSITY share for the first quarter of i in Viet Nam.SUBSCRIBE day, May 7, at three 0 clock.
) In Sections 1 Since the the Pavil-
LlgMpolei 1965. !grounds at
When Napoleon HI was and Mrs. C. R. Welch of
giving gifts, aluminum wasa Tallahassee spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert McKnIght Newly developed street light The ACL chief executive sard meetetellbertGowdyjls.we will

SIT* per pound curiosity Mr. and Mn. Ralph Brown andthgy of Deland, Florida, spent Thurs- poles are mad.lrom nickel sUln- that, barring any unforeseen Those
Now the Aluminum Association visited St. George Island, day with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph less steel sections, each six feet turndown in the general economy with hones please bring them.
notes It Is the second Eastpolnt and Apalachlcola. Brown. They were enroute to long Exceptionally lightweight he Is confident that the re All others Interested are also in-

most widely used of all metals Panama City to spend Mother's the poles can be assembled and mainder 1966 will continue on TO THE vited.

and over 100 million pounds Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harmei Day with their son, Olin Mc- erected at an installation site by the same high level. NEWS

were used Just for cookwarelast spent Sunday visiting the Norman 'Knight. two men in less than IS minates.

year, Cox family Tallahassee. s

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THURSDAY. MAT 9, 1966 A-Diet L.

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WAKULLA'COUNTY Phone 697-3366



Telephone WAI...I 4-1 JO 1ViritlnU '..----r;-; "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"
\ un I.
I Notice is

8) \in Business / mtoI- SERVING WAKULLA-'OUNTY ,

name of $, 3.3Z 5,.+,5

K.I!*!:htl.y EdiUt sociation, 1,31Z 151 I.m L I j
name with UII U9Z .017 Rep. Bob Wilson (R-Calif.)
Wakulla intensive two Group 1 Group 2
ZO,711 ZU61 IZ,05. "After an
Entered at Crawfordvllle. Florida House
joblessness .
41Z 299 1.004 month drive against .

M *econil clan matter. Subwrlp in Chicago, by the Labor of :; .! t ..
.00 1.513 J.3" 1.45Z 1951 jobless .. ... .! .. .!!
lion ratr (3 per year. Department,
.t, Route 1, 1,75 143 1.870 workers were located in a Representatives I j i 1 i 1 :

.: ._ 4t-3/31, U85 145 ZOOI house-to-house canvass, 432
were referred to urban oppor

1.181 688 Im tunity centers, 45 were eligi f'IUNKI.III: lOlNTY: :

I HENRY WILLIAMS In the U95 t68 US5 ble for training and only 9 got prctIoeauoaAp.lachlrota

cond 1O.88Z 11,438 21.105 jobs. That works out to one-
REALTYReg. For : half of 1 per cent of the same
In J,1O m
I for two months or 3 per centa
i Tcny 588 110 854 He added, "It will take I-Cmly H..,... In III II 32 UI 90 40
Real Estate year.
BrokerSt. 49.069 30.311 31.011 more than 30 years to retrain
vs. I-Easll"'lnt 111 U 17 U. It liS II
Marks Fla. and find work for the one
Major J 1. lUll 7.131 n,968 Americans covered by the .
Phone 741 I E. 581 3-'Ire sta. s. II U :JO 16 111 14
S33 259 Apalacharola;

and : Z11 226 --4 program. *

REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES I DEFICITS-According to Rep. 4-Irons m lie II S4 us ISI U
Z.503 2.074 2.41Z lootGym
Associate George II. Mahon (D.-Tex.),

: TO: m 139 101 the eleven Federal administrative 4A-nark Door Sl It IS 21 11 lie 20Chapman
I. N. Hatcher. Sr. and 342 lOt m budgets between 1955 and Gym .

Phone M 6.3201 I; total deficitof
2713 IZ1 31 173 1965 projected a 5-r.rrahru.I Its UI 14 IRI tol 1U 3.4t.a.k .
I II $13.2 billion. Instead, he 111th t:1m ,
I Z03 In m told Congress the final deficit

You arc 11 323 1.4 figure for the period was $43.1 I9 In 15 lU 13 i. 33S
L to
If You Need. quired lila I'WAU'ILA
billion. He estimates
answer or 1.021 393 1.017 .

!>! Office Supplies complaint I.m I1Z 1.368 enues in the eleven fiscal years! tlCNTYCOCNTY
the above fell short of January budget
Office Furniture
torneys, Ul8 US8 3.821 predictions by $8.4 billion- :
Business Machines
515 East rrr6Lnauna1fl
20.415 25.138 31.165 while spending in these years
RANE'o V.lahassee J.318 Z25 1.617'' exceeded estimates by $21.5 akulta 3J IS It 1 .4 n I
WHALEYCAPITAL I kinson billion. I.dnftICra.lord1111
1.980 1.61Z 1,595
t i
> III 14 1a 18 I' 134 U
OFFICE file the 3.304 J.iit-OO Farm or Fish?

EQUIPMENT CO. the Clerk U09 418 898I 3- opth"prr 103 IDS 11 It II .31 II
House address ;
\ In a recent
before the I 553 42 892I Frank T. Bow (R.-Ohio))
319 South Adams St. Rep. 4-hmlth rpk 14 II I t IS J3 I
D. 1966, 1.55J 2.015 U50 said he received a photocopy ofa

Corner E. iViwaroliTAI.LA1IASSKE. tions taken of I 5.539 2m 3.39 postcard which read as follows SL larkl U 'I II II .1 113 19ltrdart
: FI.nKIDA I : "Do you want to work

kulla Dated I 7.998 5.401 6,930 all summer, while your neigh- ..-: IS U II 4 14 III I1Ilan

day of I 1.J83 US J.110 I bor is fishing? If not rent your

Moody I 10Z m 100,, (corn and cotton to the Government lit 31 II 1. II II' II

I Clerk I Final date for signing -
1,288 149 1.198 S-Arra. II II I I 1. 3. J
DAVE HAMRICK up in the food.grain and

I By: / 3.63 un 5.538 cotton programs is April 1, .N..port I 18 i. I 13 U J

I INSURANCE AGENCY 4,81:; Z,143 U43 1966. So hurry."

Clyde W. He added that the postcardwas III-V. ?. II II U 1 II II 3
515 East : Z.06I J.263 1.198 .
sent to the farms
BONDS : 3.188 un J.3U' Chester County, Tenn., by the II-Rlvr Fink I' II II 8 11 47 I

I local Agricultural and Stabilization -
; 2,192 811 1.445
I! CASUALTY Hayward U-Plftarn 81 71 U II IS lIS 11
--- J.31S---u I office in Henderson,
Atkinson 8,160
: MARINE I Tenn. Postage fees were paid
-Rrrlne Creek II J7 14 It IS 10. J
I i 811 311 .91 by the Department of Agn

I FIRE Attorneys : 17.113 .7.428 11.881 culture.

i "This must come as a shockto
PHONE 877-3108' 4t-4/2S,
i 2m 198 J.33. merit, a reflection of matur-
farmers, Rep. Bow con ity ,
I 1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 11.125 13.K52 lD.430 tinued. For generations we THE Don't let fatigue cloud you*
.z::: '
2.388 U35 4.011 have lauded them in speeches SAFETY judgment or ability. Foi
I and for their hard I many students, prom nigh
I 11.391 27.411 14,13 poems songs SENTRY I is the first time no specifl
work, diligence, perserverance hour is established when the
I I r ... ------ 7.521 7.1133 23,333 despite hardship, drought and maY JANE DAVIS must be home. When you")

LEON SEPTIC TANK 3.2MI J.185 Z.35Z floods. And now their Govern Director of Consumer Services beginning to feel tired,

I ment is urging them to adop"Lazybones" Sentry Insurance time to head home.
SERVICE; un 1.514 1.431 Absolutely no drinkin
r. for a theme Aside from the fact
3.JO' 3.485 U27 SafetyOn
I Clean OutRepair v song. liquor is the greatest e
.939 tol U48 "And I might add," he concluded Prom Night of student accidents,
I ( "that how states prohibit minors f
i New Installation\ 2.40' 3.n' 5.030 Pioni night, one of the most drinking, and many in
We I successful this be
I The Best For Less 3.8M8 J.411 3.1111, appeal may exciting events in the career ofa ance companies cancel ; o
our in signing up farmers for their student, is rapidly approach cies held by minors who I
I -:- when we 1.811 5n 1.087 corn and cotton programs, i it ing. While the girls concentrate consumed alcohol. J jAn +

I Tellphone'rnllahasolee has the possibility of produc- on their tint formal or a Observe all safety
110 253 1.037
; 8771773after : ator. We ing I semiformal dress most young while driving. Watch out i r
a dangerous boomerang
GOO: p.m. J.491 580 Z.ool men look forward to driving the car in front of you
effect on city folk. If they get the family car for the big event. the car behind you. Keep I s '
I fully 823 J38 880 the idea that their tax dollarsare Prom night offers teenagers hands on the wheel at

I What I.m 13.111 10.502 being used for a farm pro- unprecedented privileges but times. t" :
with these privileges i the k ,
I (to respon Remember that
FOR SALE 3-bcdroom modern can we 142 441 825 gram that encourages farmers sibilities. To make the occasiona are high Avoiding acch
frame house on school: bus rte. 2.5411 to fishing, the farm program safe one, a pleasant memory saves lives-yours inc"
Inquire at Carraway's C11GO done? U89 141 may be in real trouble." and not a disaster. Sentry Insurance
service station 3-1/2 miles north makes these recom-
of Crawfordvlllo. $5500.00I vision J.322 538 I.miI mendations to pronn-goers: a\ ___
heavens .
: Let
I common Sense be your n \
kneel at I guide, especially behind the soma I Iaq
wheel. The dnver's !
I ness greatest
I I I I I responsibility is good judg- ,

I Recharge Instead i

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A no-fuel no-flame no-flint

no-wick. windproof cigarette L_ 6, #
lighter 11 arming the most novel
I items in a rowing variety of rechargeable -

hatlcry-powered conSumer ,ink ; .
product enX
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Liffkt Wugkt and Rtyular I I or I, I III II minim battery the lighter will light
c_.,. Mocks: J J boat"' I up to :three packs of cigarettes: before
I it needs recharging through .
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Hanson, ill retractable prongs plugged into iiiiin i iMMVMila aVaViVm
an ordinary outlet. The battery Palmer became the first
hoe Ind. Inc. professional After checking all other executive jets,
which can he recharged ihoiuandiof golfer to join the jet net when he took '
8. Adams St. I at Points times. head the lighter's special deliveryon Palmer said he took the Jet Commander be-
1,Tel. 222-6840 P. 0. Bo 11111 ] i platinum element to 1500 I degrees his new Jet Commander in New York City. cause of its speed and safety. "I take my family

Available in several colon and Palmer is currently the top money winnerin with me on he said, "so I
of trips,
-- 1.I .-.-.-,-- -- in a variety of models, the lighter tournament golf. He plans to use the jet, was many my
is made by Gulton Industries Inc.. manufactured by Aero Commander-Bethany, "looking for the safest airplane I could
I of Metuchen, New Jersey find.
I' one of the aircraft divisions of Rockwell-

Yeagcr, 0 O iO batteries Rechargeable are also med nickel-cadmium! ai:a source Standard Corporation to meet tournament Palmer thinks the time he saves In ftyina-

Inc. of power for completely portable engagement and make connections with his will be a big factor in winning tournaments.

t cordless! electric shavers, tooth various business enterprises scattered from "By using the Jet Commander I will be able to

I ...... I II "r1I he.. carving knives, manicure New York to Los Angeles. fly to tourney sites in time to get in more extra
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patio lamps, flashlight,cruShen.\ Piloting his own aircraft since 1958, Palmer practice before the tournament opens.

114 8.: Adams. St":"T,l. 222-4680 I and shoe brushes, \ has owned two piston-powered Aero Com Palmer's red, white, and blue Jet Commander
.to" office machines. power manders and averaged 400 hours flying
will carry his trademark, a multicolored
even vacuum cleaners.
I time a year for the past two years- umbrella, with the letters p"14n

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Rev. S. A. LAKE ELLEN OTTER CREEK "rlrgReD tr!! 6y .111$ ,
Sunday ,
Rev. Jess School Sunday School .
linker 10:00: AM
MornlJlg (Inactive)
il:OOAMIEveningWorsti Morning Worship 11:00 AM
:rawfordvUle Methodist Church I Training Union 7:00 PM Training Union 6t30 PM COD CHURCH HOLINESS CHURCHRev.

,Woman's P 8:00 PM Evening Worship 7i30 PM Rev. Gary Cotney, Pastor Roy Rochester, Pastor '
Missionary Midweek Prayer PANACEA Sunday School 10:00 AM WAKULIA
Union Sunday School 10:00 AM
ARRAN 1st Monday Service Wed. 7t30 PM BETHEL PRIMITIVE Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Woman' Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Men's Christ's
Missionary Brotherhood Ambassadors WAKU11A METHODIST
TOWER Society. 31\1 FridJY 1st Thursday 7:30: PM Sunday 6:30 PM Young People', CHURCH
PENTECOSTAL Cortez White Pastor Service 6:00 PM
Mcn'i Dorcas
Circle Evening
Brotherhood Worship
HOLINESS Stimson Pastor I
CHURCHRev. Rev. Roger ,
Evening Worship 7:45 PM
3rd Tuesday 2nd Thursday 7i30 PM Sunday School- Midweek Prayer
Noah Conncll, Pastor The 7130 PM Every Sunday 10:00: AM Service (Wed. 7i30 Midweek Prayer Mrs. Lyon Crosby, Church and
following ) PM
School held at 3:15 PM 2nd Weekend: Service (Tues.) 7:45 PM Community Worker for Wakulla
unday joining Worship boo: AM Royal Ambassadors UEDARJ Sat. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM Woman's Auxiliary Wed. County. .,
1100 Every .
People's Service 6.00:; M.t'OWlg PM Girls Auxiliary Monday.t Tuesday Sun. Morn. Worship 11:00: AM SPRING CREEK West Florida Congregational Sunday School 9:30 AM
vcning Worship Every FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30: PM Holiness Campground Morning Worship 10:00 AM
: PM Tuesday t
tidweek Prayer 7:30 PM Sunbeams Wednesday BAPTIST CHURCHRev. 4th Weekend: SHADY SEA BAPTIST CHURCHRev. June 8-22, 1966 ,
Service (Wed.) Every Monday C Tuesday Emmett Whaley, Pastor Sun.at. Eve.Mom.Worship Worship 11:00 7:30 AM PM Earl Pearce, Pastor

2nd Sundayi Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. ZION HILLMETHODIST

CRAWFORD IllE Evening Worship 7:30 PM Prayer Service (Fri. ) 7:30: PM Morning Worship 11:00: AM O. C. Hall, Pastor CHURCHRev.
CURTIS MILLS 4th Weekend Evening Worship 7:30 PM
Sat. : Midweek Prayer Sunday School 10:00 AMMorning W. L. Prater, Pastor
BEULAH Morn. Worship 11:00 AM
BAPTIST PRIMITIVE CHURCHRev. CURTIS MILLS COMMUNITY Sat. Evening Worship 7:30 PM CONGREGATIONAL Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Worship Union 11:00 AM 2nd C 4th Sundays:
Training 7:00 PM
HOLINESS CHURCH Morning Worship 9130AM
CHURCH (Holiness) Sunday School 10:00 AM Evening
Emmett Worship 8:00 PM
Whaley, Pastor Herbert Thompson, Teacher Morning Worship 11:00 AM Rev. Steve Harrell, Pastor SPRING CREEK PRIMITIVE Midweek Prayer

st Sunday Sunday School 10.00 AM Midweek Evening Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00: AM BAPTIST CHURCH Service (Wed.) 8:00 PM

)Wlday School 10:00: AM Evening; Worship 7:00 PM Service -Prayer Tuesday 7i30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Rev. W. W. McAllister, Pastor Woman's Missionary Society Toffee Crunch Cookies
orning Worship 11:00 AM Prayer Service Ladies Young People's (Every Other Wed.) 3:00 PM
:vening Worship Prayer 6:15 Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunbeams
7:30 PM -
: PM ServiceSunday
Wednesday C Friday 7i30 PM ServiceWednesday 10:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Ird Weekend: Evangelistic Service 2nd C 4th Tuesday 3:15 PM

iat. Mom. Worship 11:00 AMW1day Sunday 7:30 PM Evening Midweek Worship Prayer 7:30 PM

School 10:00 AM MEDART ASSEMBLY Midweek Prayer
v10rning Worship 11:00 AM I IVAN OF GOD CHURCH Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM (Wed.) 7:30 PM MT. BEASON PRIMITIVE

vening Worship 7:30 PM Rev. C. M. Carter, Pastor BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
IVAN ASSEMBLY OF ST. MARKS Cortez White, Pastor1st
COD CHURCH Sunday School 10:00 AM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Weekend

:RAWFORDVILLE Rev. Henry Morning Worship; 11:00 AM A. V. Pickcrn Pastor Sat. Morn. :
METHODIST Cookscy, Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 PM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. War. 11:00: AM
CHURCHRev. Sunday School 10.00 AM Midweek Prayer Sunday School 10:00 AM Rev. Fred Harrison, Pastor Sunday School lO.OOAM r

Jesse L. Baker, Pastor Morning Worship 11:00 AM Service Wed. 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School 10.00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Evening Training Union 6:00 PM 3rd Sunday;
I 1st I. 3rd Sunday; Worship Christ's Ambassadors Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Winter 7:00 PM Sunday School 10:00
7:00 Evening Worship AM
PM 7:30 PM
Saturday Union
Training 6:30 PM
>unday 10:00 AM
Summer Midweek Prayer Morning Worship 11:00 AM
PM Evening Worship 7:30 PM M 1 jll
Homing Worship 11:00: AM
Midweek Prayer Service (Wed.) 7:30 PMWoman's

Evening Worship 7:30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM OTTER CREEK Missionary Unlon- Midweek Service Prayer Wed. 7:30 PM
( )
2nd C 4th Sunday; Thus after 1st Sun. 10:00 AM SOPCHOPPY CHURCHOF

Morning Worship 9:30 AM NLWHOML Coy Scouts (Fri.) 6:00 PM CHRIST
Sunday School 10:30 AM WI LAKE PRIMITIVE Cookies and kids just natu
nma.r: PRIMITIVE BAPTIST Floyd McCullough, Minister
CIIURCII ST. MARKS METHODIST rally go together, and they both
Midweek Prayer BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Rev. W. W. McAllister, Pastor CHURCH Bible Study 10:00 AM I wind up at the same place--
Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Emmett Whaley, Pastor Sunday School RIVERSIDE BAPTIST MISSION Inactive Morning Worship 11:00 AM the cookie jar Here's an exciting ',

Methodist Youth Fellowship 2nd Weekend: Every Sunday 9:45 AN Rev. George Dickey, Pastor ( ) Evening Worship 7:30 PM I new jar-filler for kids
Every Sunday Evening 6:30 PM Sat. 1st Sunday School 10:00 AM Bible Study (Wed.) 7:30 PM I I young and old, with a "sur :
Evening Worship 7t30 PM Sunday;
prise"flavor English Toffee. '
Woman's Society of Christian Sun. Morn. Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00: AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM SMITH CREEK I Chopped' chocolate-covered i
Service- 3rd Tucs. 3:30 PM 3rd Sunday Training Union 7:00 PM SOPCHOPPY METHODIST English: Toffee candy bars and ;
Men's Club-3rdTucs. 7:30 PM Evening Worship 7:30 PM Evening Worship 8:00: PMMidweek MT. ELON BAPTIST CHURCHRev. CHURCHRev. chopped pecans combine in a I
Wesleyan Service Guild Prayer drop cookie that is moderately
William Flury Pastor
4th Thursday 8:00: PM Service 7:30 PM Jesse L. Baker, Pastor sweet different and appealingly I
Sunday School 9:50 AM 1st C 3rd Sunday: crunchy and chewy. The can
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Morning WorJiip 9:30 AM dy bars are handy to work with
A Training Union 6:00 PM Sunday School 10:30 AM for they may be chopped witha
Evening Worship 7:00: PM 2nd t 4th Sunday; sharp knife or broken up with
Woman's Missionary Union Sunday School 10:00 AM a rolling pin. These cookies are I

1st Monday after Morning Worship 11:00 AM especially Rood for mailing to ;
SPECIALS 1st 9:00 students or servicemen; they :
Sunday : AM Evening Worship 7:30 PM
pack easily and store well. '
ll3 Midweek Prayer
Service (Tues.) 7:30 PM Toffee Crunch: Cookies !
Methodist Youth Fellowship 1-1/2 cups sifted flour
SPECIALS KRL SAT., FLORIDA STATE Every Sun. Evening 6:30 PM 1/2 teaspoon baking. soda
J Woman's Society of 1/2 teaspoon salt ,
Christian Service 1/2 rup butter or margarine' i
2nd Tuesday 3:15 PMMen's 3/4 cup (packed) brown i
FRESH GRADE A- Brotherhood 1
I 4th Thursday 7:30 PM 1 teaspoon vanilla

lod': tJ1f11 SaltU'd'I l \U'I I lri._ l Sat I Children's 1st D 3rd Tuesday Hour 3:15 PM 1 cup Heath finely English chopped Toffee

,J candy bara
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FRYERS 1* "SPY IN: NOIIR IM"/ J Julie Christie I I 1/3 cup coarsely chopped

Ib. ,11I.1"SLCRLTACIIIIIHIlAI.I.) In Pick Builder With Care Combine pecans and sift /flour, soda i

I I I ." and salt. Cream butter or mar
"DARLING" Remodeling can be a rewarding ing what Is wanted and spellIng garine. Add sugar, egg! and I
T-BONE STEAK 79c experience for a out exactly how much vanilla; mix until smooth and ,'
I Stirlitdr ingredients;
homeowner If he feels he siding Is to be Installed Bel'el.taln creamy. ) bars I'I'I
I uiend in chopped candy
has iccelvcd a good Job 'at a the quote Includes all and pecans. Drop tablespoon- ,

Smoked PICNIC Shoulders -I-b' 49c PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN fair price materials, accessories and full 2 inches apart onto!greased
There are more good ie- labor, baking sheets. Bake in moderate j
OUTDOOR ON.WOODVILLE HWY. modelers today than ever be. Never make a deal withouta oven (350 deg.! ) until done.
foreIth Inventive Ideas. written contract. Lack ofa 12 to 15 minutes. Remove from
"PIG TAILS 49c skilled workmen and exciting written agreement can! lead baking sheets; cool. Yield:
About 3 dozen cookies.
new materials But to guard to misunderstanding, hard
29c against the few questionable feelings and loss of money
HUNT'S CATSUP z0 BOTTLE Thllrfrio L Slt.
-01.: ,I ,
Lot Tim fll ms, The Aluminum Association If you ask the Contractor to
I offers these tips: make changes while the workIs

i Pure CANE SYRUPs) gal. Bye "TIIUNDII'I \ll" "2nd nST 1 SECRET AGENT in The lemodellnn contractor In progress, request that he 1KQ [3 I

Fri. I Sit.'LORDLOM the WHOLE WIDE WORLD" should be chosen with the put the costs for the changesIn iJ ,
dame care as a family physician wilting You will be askedto fB CVLSIN )
I I S Snowdrift SHORTENING, 3 Ibs. 89c A DUCK""MAJOR "WILDON THE BEACH"!: Look through the phonebook sign this agreement and by

I [DHMM( I for names that are well attach your copy to the l SALLY AMES
"YOUNG DllLlNGm"Bordens known or check with your oiUlnal contract.
CHEER 75c local Better Business Bureau Be sure the contract includes
or Chamber of Commerce. In a detailed) cost estimate Along with the/flowers,warm
the case of aluminum aiding and the total price It also weather bring fleets of mo/ing
BISCUITS 3 for ,29c vans transporting household
as an example you should ask should Include terms of pay- .
Roods: to new family l homes.If
friends who have had good ment and a statement that a move I is in the cards for

tbbllCO COOKIES I & '/* 01. 29c I II Jobs done for the name of the premises will be clean you, it's a rood Idea to check
their contractor upon completion of the Job. your furnishings and discard
I Ask the contractor to show Of course, It's always wise to those which are really not
BANANAS 2 Ibs. 2ScWE you recent Jobs. Talk with have an attorney check the worth paying the freight to
these homeowners Make certain document for more protection move.
Take bedding for instance.
SELL that the applicator you Sign the completion certificate The cold light of, moving day
are considering Is the same only when the Job has reveal
may your mattresses to
(tRAVELERS. MONEY ORDERS who actually did their vtoik. been completed in accordance be in much worse shape than
: I Get a total of two or with the contract or sales you suspected.
more bids on your Job specify agreement Edges and corners may be
.. broken down. Button tufts may
be pulled loose. Handles

Sure signs of an overage
fHAMKS r f(1 mattress are bump and hollows -
I night's that sleep.can cost you a good

. I Another tell-tale sign la the
manufacturer's tag on the mat-
tress. If it shows the
; I mattress -
I A was made more than 10
yean ago you should give serious
consideration to a new mattress
PIGOTTSCASH Do you know ..Jt' .. and box spring set.
Of course, you don't have to
AND CARRY what month be moving to think about new
A I bedding. A worn-out mattress I
e should be replaced I
FORMERLY DURRANCE SORE .M When you replace promptly., consider

0 buying a super-size mattress, I

Shop Here For ,ILL/ON such Supporter aa the(which Spring is also Air avail-Back

able in full and twin aixea).
A qu n-lize mattress is just I
CEMENT MORTOR MIX TAVERN MONTH six inches wider than a full- ,
; MAY IS NATIONAL size but offers 20 per cent more

BLOCKS This is National Tavern Month-the time when sleeping And for area.real luxury, 10Ucan't

I America's brewers pay special tribute to the beat a kiog-aize which is
I the friendly brew. So why FOR YOUR WONDERFUL SUPPORTLET'S equal to two twin-alie mat-
SUPPLIES-AUTO folk who serve
BUILDING PARTS friendly tresses
not stop by your favorite tavern, enjoy the great PUT OUR SHOULDER TO THE With May designated. as

-FEEDSEEDFERTILIZERSTANDARD refreshing flavor of a nice cool beer, and mention I WHEEL AND HAVE AN OVERWHELMING "Mealure Month Your Mattress
many dealer
I casually to the tavern-keeper that you're glad VICTORY ON MAY 2 q featuring auper-eixe bedding.will be

PRODUCTS We are. So whether you're moving to
he's there.
a new home or staying put. a
INC.t.l;;>. HUMBLY TOURS visit to your local Spring Ah

UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, \:51!: CHARLEY E. JOHNS dealer to see 5uper-si2e bedding
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_MT""ii-Mt-5 p>vld Smith on N by State Rd 10, by John Mc-
John R. Langston W 1/2 of NW 1/401 NW 1/4, less E 1/2.
HOUR OF 12rOO O'CLOCK NOON of Sec. 9 55 2W 20 6.6H
Newman C. Evans BedD at the SE car of NE 1/4 of NE 1/4
JAMES M. CWIN, TAX C011.EC't'a\ o See. 19 SS 2W and run N 210 yds to a
AMOUNT point which the pob for the land herein con

DESCRImON ACRES -lliL! veyed from said point of beg. run thenceN
U:1MF 230 yds thence W 56 yds thence S 230
John R. Laapcca I 1/% a SE 1/4 or SI 1/4 of SW 1/4 yds thence E 56 yds to pob, being In OR 1
cI See. 19 251E 5 S 3.14 -986ID s.c. 1855 2W 2-1/2 12.09C.

John R. LanptOD W 1/2 01 SE 1/4 of SI 1/4 of SW 1/4 J. I.uIptma SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 cI SW 1/4, of Sec 34
of Sec. l' 2S IE 5 3.24. S52W 10 6.63

Clifford 1. t E. Kelly 1/2 acre ID the above ducrisdOD In Floyd W. Williams DB 35 P-5371n Sec. 165 2W 1/2 CiS.98

Dee. 20 2S IE 1/2 32.90 Jack SlmmOlll, Jr. AU land S of State Rd 372 In Sec. 2
Kenneth E. Thomas N 112 01 Nt 1/4 cI Sec. 32 aDd die 6S 2W 620.00
N 1/2 of NW Ill s. 32 2S IE 160 31.66
John Hoard DB 35 P-336 Ii 337 known a. lkac:1ham:
Ceorse C. Hargrett A. per DB 38 P-387, 1 aCM ID N 1/2 Plantation ID Sec 3S 45 3W 115 24.63
of SW 1/4, of Sec. 163S IE 1 3.55 Surrey Booth and OR 6 1'-794, W 1/2 of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 1Cettride

Hein of Wheeler Dcmaldson 7 on Wilde of St. Marks RIW ID Peterson of SE 1/4 of Sec. 12 55 3W I 8.18
Sec. 245 IE 14 4.64 Annie Ford Lot 8 In Peter Scotts est, In Sec. 12 55 3W12 6.63

Henry TrIplett AI per DB 34 1'-137 G 138 described II Heirs of Bessie IIIyaDt DB 27 P-255 also In lot 3 a. per plat filed .
Lot 2, Barton Addition ID Sec. 245 IE 1/10 6.09 In DB 9 1'-9 In W 1/2 of NW 1/4 of NE 1/4,

Mutual Home Owners 1 acre In NW 1/4 OR4 P-877 ID Sec. 19 of Sec. 12553W 1-1/4 13.27
Mortgage Company 251W 1 32.90 BeD Abraham OR 6 P-511100 x 100 In Sec. 12553W 2.62R.

Annie Sly Page 1/71nt. In SI 1/4 of NE 1/4 t NE 1/4 of J. Edwards Begin at culvert on SAL RR on a branch In
the SE 1/4 of Sec. 19 t 1/10 Int. In NW 1/4 Sec. 1, tileD naming southward along E
of SW 1/4, Sec. 202S lW 15 7.09 bndry of aid rd 440 It thence S 51 dgs I 371ft

Rosa Lee Brown AI per DB 55 P-443, Sec. 24 2S lW 8 4.47 thence N 11-1/2 dgl W 502 ft to a branch
thence 100 ft to RPM of said rd
James D. Donaldson OR 6 p-l00 In NE 1/4 of Sec. 26 2S lW 1 3.55 to
pob cont. 2-1/2 acres Ivlng partly In Sec 1
Frank Femll AI per DB 10 P-223 ID Sec. 272S lW 180 35.37 612 DB 58 P-26 Sec. 13 5S 3W 2 20.27

Cora Lee Trotman 5 acres In form of a square In NE comer Gloria Odom DB 56 P-415 In Sec. 1255 3W .28 2.55
of NE 114 of Sec. 4 3S lW 5 4.55
CUbert LaDgston DB $1 P-316 In Sec. 6 4S 4W 12-1/2 3.47
Isaiah Thomas West 15 acres of N 1/2 of S 1/2 of NoN 1/4
Sec. 15 3S lW 15 5.09 Jack Pearce Lot 7 In Roberts Subd DB 58 p..128
in Sec 4 S5 4W 17.45
Virgil Reddick 5 acres In NE corner of NE 1/4 of Sec. 17
5 17.45 Jack LangstOD All land lying S of Spring Branch and N
3S IW of YeomaDl Branch and E of Och1ocJcneeRlv.
Henry Crawford, Jr. 1/2 ac. In Mattie Crawford's land OR 4 and E of Buck Lake less lots sold In
P-352 Sec. -18 3S lW 1/2 33.90 Sec. 13 3S 55 7 11.18 :

Certain Teed 1/2 ac. of land lying In N 1/2 of SE 1/4 Walter D. Marshall, Jr. DB 56 1'-1011D Sec 13 3S 5W 7.18 ;
of NE 1/4 Sec. 18 3S lW 1/2 63.80
Products Corp. W. C. Spooner OR 2 P-34160 x 243 In Sec. 13 3S 5W 14.36 I
1/2 land DB 60 1'-422 ID Sec. 19
Mldstate Invest.Co. 3S lW ac of 1/2 17.45 C. T. Davis OR 2 1'-8970 x 100 In Sec. 13 3S SW 8.18 -

17.45M. Jack Langstoa AU that certain tract of land being N of
Mldstate Invest. Co. As per DB 55 1'-51 In Sec. 19 3S lW 1/2
Betsy or Yeoman Branch OR 6 1'-339, In
D. Raker A. per DB 44 1'-87 in NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 less Sec. 24 3S 5W 1..48 7.09
3 acre sold in Sec. 19 3S lW 15 6.09

Martha d..iM.r OR 7 P-3 In Sec. 2 3S lW 1-1/2 7.18 TOWN OF WANETA

Rachel Mitchell In the center of Chris Howards land In Unknown Lot 12, Square 4 1.62
Lot HRS 3-1/2 8.18 Unknown Lots ; 10 611 Square 6 2.55

Leon Hargrett DB 53 p-140 In Lot 5 HRS 12 4.09 Unknown Lots 8 and 10 Square 11 2.23

Unknown In SE comer of S 1/2 of S 1/2 of NoN 1/4 B. & P., Inc. W !/2 of Lot 3 Square 60 16.45
of Lot 23 HS 4 2.93
Noah P. DB 60 1'-391 In Lot 24 1/4 10.27
Harvey louise Shufford Lots 8 and 9 Blk A East St. Marks 7.18J.
Mamie Scott DB 60 P-5861 acre In E 1/2 of lot of Peter
Cavins land In Lot 36 HS 1 4.55 B. Came Estate Lot 6 B1k L East St. Marks 13.36J.

Louise Peacher 2/3 Int. In Lot 4 of Peter Gavin Est. described B. Came Estate N 1/2 of Lot 4 Blk M East St. Marks 4.09St.

in a plat filed for record In Clerks Office, less Marks Development Lots 65, 66, 77, 78 t 89 Blk 11
5 acres across N end, In W 1/2 of Lot 36 HS 13-1/3 8.71 Corp. Townsite of St. Marks 57.62St.

Lawrence Harvey Lots 3 t 4 of Noah Harveys Est. ID SW' 114 of Marks Development Lots 90, 99 100 107la1, part of Wakulla
lot 38 HS 30 7.56 Corp. St. Blk 12 Iawnsite 0/St. Marks 76.16

B. C. Randolph Lot 5 of Noah Harvey Est. ID 5W 1/4 (Of, Walter Lena Lot 1 B1k 20 TOWD.Site of St. Marks 4.71
Lot 38 HS 15 5.09 Thomas Ashton Lot 13 B1k 25 Town of St. Marks 5.33

M. Howard Williams DB 571'-70 In SE corner of Lot 55 HS 4.6 3.55 Louise Shufford Lot 3 B1k 31 Town of St. Marks 7.18

Patrick Langston Lying N of W. H. Dumnce laD bound Joseph Brown OR 5 1'-346, 100 x 47' Blk I
E by land of Ira Jackson, W by Yf bndry West St. Marks S.09

line of Lot 71 the above being of equal C. J. Langston Lots 18, 25 t 26 Blk D, Town of
width from N to S aDd extending between Crawfordvtlle 7.56
Eastern t Western line In Lot 71 HS 5 .55
bndry C. J. Langston Lots 1 and 2 of Isolated Blk D Town of
Gilbert Langston DB 43 1'-18 ID Lot 71 12 4.09Ernest Crawfordville 6.63MidState

Kilpatrick OR 2 P-8, 1 acre In NE 1/4 of Lot 71 HS 1/2 3.55B. Homes Lots 142 6143, 100 x 1981 DB 61 1'-123

6 P. Inc. OR S P-481, .25 acres in Lot 74 HS .25 11.27 Town of ArraD 32.90

11 6.09
Lots l 76 HS. .
Robert C. 5teindl Lot 8 Blk 1 3.47
Heirs of A.J. Tully In W1/2 of NoN1/4 of Lot 76 less 2/6 Int. HS 30 8.18
Mrs. Jean Duck Lot 1 Blk 4 3.47
AI DB 47 P-74(7.36( ac. for R/W) 19 5.71
Eloise Langston per
Annie S. t Craig Mullen Lot 181k 7 3.47
of Lot 82 liS 1 2.55
In NoN
Mamie Harvey cor
Bennie Ellison Lot 18 Blk 7 3.471.
AI DB 23 P-411n Lot 82 less land sold HS 23 6.96
Heirs of Lonnie Poole per
P. Bostwick Lot 9 Blk 14 3.47
Cilbert Langston As per DB 34 P-454 t 455 In Lots 77 6 89 HS 4 7J.25! Unknown Lots 20 to 28 Blk 26 20.78Opal

Lucille and Belle Coodman In SW cor. of Lot 92, less 1/4 ac. In Lot 92 HS 1 3/4 8.18 Jo Cues Lot 11 B1k 29 3,47M

Hannah and W.R. Dykes Alp!r DB 44 P-69 6 70, 71/2 ac. of land on H. Cues Lot 12 B1k 29 3.47
E side of Lot lOS, HS less and except 62 ac. Cllbert Langston SE 1/4 of Lot 77 HS containing 82-1/2 acres mil 17.45
sold to R.E. Manley t W.R. Cray, Jr. HS 8 7.16
Vetterleln t Co Inc. Lot 6 Blk D Rakers Addition to Town of
William Russell Porter DB 26 P-295 In Lot 115 HS 1/5 10.27 Crawfordv1Ue 48.35

C.J. Langston All that particular return of Island of W William J. Brewster Lots 4 t 8 B1k 13 Town of Shady Sea 7.18MidState
side of St. Marks River and Light House In Homes Lot 58 Sopchoppy West Side 31,90

the County of Waku1la and State of florida 50 14.27 R. Walthal Lots 52, 53, 54, 57 B1k 14 Sopchopw East Side 14.36

Cull State Dredging Co. ORS 1'-170, 41.76 ac. in SW cor. of W 1/2 John Price t C. Langston Lots 16 2 B1k 4 Town of Panacea 5.63
of Porters Island and 11. 14 ac. In the E 1/2 Thomas Metcalf Lots 4 61133k 11 Town of Panacea 7.18

of Porters Wand, OR 51'-247 t 248 17.36 C. J. Langston Lot 12 B1k 12 Town of Panacea 4.09

Annie Newton OR 6 1'-889 In Sec. 23 2S 2W 2 1.62C. John Price t C. Langston Lot 10 Elk 19 Town of Panacea 4.09
S. Strickland All of Plot 95, Sec. 24 2S 2W 10 4.09Mss.
Worth Moore 6 R. White Lot 1 Blk 24 Town of Panacea 4.09

Clara J. Hams N 1/2 of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4J S 1/2 of NoN 1/4 Mrs. Lovey Bazwlck Lots 4, 5, 6 610 Elk 27 Town of Panacea 10,27Bevis
of SW 1/4, SE 1/4 of NoN 1/4 of SW 1/4 6 Shell Homes Lot 6 B1k 27 Town of Panacea 25.72
NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 Less 4 of
acres. Blanche Archer Wild Lots 3, 4, 6 5 B1k E N. Town of Panacea 31,90
Sec. 25 3S 2W 56 1J..5!
Heirs of 1. S. Tully 516 Int. In SE 1/4 of SI 1/4, less 13 ac. to
A. E. Tully In Sec. 25352W 23 8.25B. D. H. t Kitty Mays DB 38 P-474.1D Plat Bk 1 1'-12 8.72W.

t P., Inc. A lot 35 yds In SI 1/4 of SI 1/4 In DB 60 J. t Opal Hargrove Lot 40 Blk D 4,09't
1'-207 Sec. 26 35 2W 3.55 Julian R. t M. Dasher Lot 5 SIR E 4.09

Mid State Homes, be. 1/2 ac. In SW 1/4, OR 6 P-S03 ID Sec. 13 c.rp. Me L R. FotGDaiJ Lot 1G Blk E 4.09
45 2W 1/2 29.71 WiJllltca I.. 6 Jetty Stewart Lots 31 and 32 Elk F 47,35 /

Heirs of H. M. Vann 1/6 Int. in aU that put of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 Camille W. Titus Lots 19 aDd 20 B1k C 7.18
of Sec. 26 lying on 1: side of FC&ARR cont. Thomas Poole Lot 131k H 4.09
35 ac. less 2 ac.s also begin at NW cor. of Janus H. Tarpley Lot 18 B1k H 4.09
SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Sec. 26 and nm E along My1'l Todd Lot 30 B1k M 4.09
N bndry line of Se 1/4 of ml114 7.08 chs Alex Metcalf Lot 14 B1k N I
5 m/1 In Sec. 2635 2W 38 11.58 47,35
to pob, cant. acres 16
Rudie W. Christian Lot B1k N
Uzzle Hartsfield 4.09Thaxton
6 C. Yancy Lot 27 Elk N
Daisy WhIte SI 1/4 of NE 1/4 of SW 11., of Sec. 25 4.09M.
.S 2W 10 5.09 T. Cooper Lot 6 B1k 0 4.09

Nannle Bett Jones N 1/2 of SE 1/41DdNE, less 35 ac. In WljJard F. Dukes, Jr. Lots 15, 16, 17 018 Blk 0 13.36
Sec. 26 4S 2W 158.7- 32.90C. T. D. t Clifford N. Perry Lot 2131k 0 4.09

J. Langston DB 42 1'-270 t 272 also DB 1'-318 cont. David t Jane Denning Lot 9 B1k W 19.54 .
29 acres m/1 In Sec. 155 2W 29 20.92 TOWN OF PANACEA PARK
Patrick C. Langston DB 48 P-471ID Sec. 1 5S 2W 2/3 1.93
P. C. Kelly t M. Taylor Lot 19 B1k 2
Alan D. Cameron E 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of NoN 1/4, DB 56 Unknown Lots 29 and 35 Elk 3 2.55
I'-SOZ In Sec. 155 2W 20 5.71 4,09
Mrs. C. C. Thomas Lot 41 B1k 3 2:55: I
Maxwell Carraway Lot 1 of Aquilla Vickers Est and being
Alex Metcalf Lot 59 B1k c4
otherwise described II the S 1/2 of S f/2 2,55
' of S 1/2 of SW 1/4 of SE 1/4, of Sec. 2 1. Co Brown Lot 22 Elk 5 2,55
552W 5 8.09W. Emma-M e Cruse Lots n and 81 BBc 6
C. Moore Begin at NW cor. of SE 1/4 of Sec. 3 P. C. Kelly Lot 8 B1k 8
thence run E 2978, thence S 297 ft, thence MidStatetmel Lot 78 B1k 9 2,55
W 297 ft, thence N 297 ft to pcb, cont. 2 31,90
Sarah Ii Edgar McCay Lots SO and 82 Elk 9
ac. m/llD OR2 1'-235 In Sec. 355 2W 2 9.09 1,45
Emmett I.. Crum Lots 172 and 173
Alexandra Nichols 1 ac. In above description ID Sec. 3 5S 2W 1 2.30 4.09
Mid-State Homes, Inc. 50 x 75' In NE 1/4 of SE 1/4, of OR 2 1'-525 Douglas Hope Lot 1 Blk J Town of Surf 4.09
In Sec. 3 S5 2W 2.60 Jan V. t Elaine Long Lot 2 Sec. D Ochloclmee Shores 25.72

Dottie Whetstone DB 40 1'-344, a parcel ot land 70 x 70 In Ceorge R. Payne Part of Lot 16 Lot 2 Panacea Subd, 18
Sec. 4 5S 2W 3.55 William 1. Sbeperds, Inc. Lot 12 UnIt II Panacea Shares J'

Mid State Homes, Inc. DB 54 I'-n, a parcel of land 7S x 300 In Gilbert LangJton Lot 19 Unit II Panacea Shorel 19.54 72

Sec. 4 SS 2W 26.72 John Me Price. Lot 27 UnIt II Panacea Shores '. ., 19'54
Cumbie t Sallie WhIte DB 57 1'-242 ID Sec. 7 5S 2W 2 8.72'MidState Q. C. Mclaughlin Lot 3 B1k F R1versbcn Heights .

Homes, Inc. DB 60 1'-188 In Sec. 755 2W .42 10.27 R. Wahha1 Lot 3 B1k C River Bend Subd 50.44 4,09

Hampton Rosier 1 sq. In SE,1/4 of NE 11., OR 2 P.448ln Odic; Brett Lot 11 B1k B Shell Point Beach 10:27:
Sec. 7 5S 2W 1 5.09 LeastaD Riven
H. Lot 2S 8k! A West Point SIix.
West Florida Foterpdses That part of SI 1/4 of NW 1/4 lying 5 of John Price t T. A.. Raker Lot Elk A Hudson Heights 56.71
State l\d. 10s Coat. 9-1/2 acres -mIl, Evalena Pearce Lot 4 B1k C Hudson Heights 4.09
also 5 acres m/1 lying In NE comer of Carl 1. Revell Lots 1 2 3 5 4.09
t 6 B1k
NE 1/4 of SE 1/4, of Sec. 7 5S 2W 14-1/2 11.18 J Hudson Heights 19'51 "


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nai 25.72 Katie and Allie Vann Lots 11 C 12 Blk A ---.. 5.94
GARDENS UNIT 1 George M. C Joe S. Talbot, Jr. Lot 28 Blk A 3.47

yy. ; Theresa H. Lot 17B1k 1 Well Thornton Lot 37 Blk A 3.47

Lot 24 BIk4 3.47 Edith Ruth Davis Lot 42 Elk A 3.47
yy, Allison 3.47
Lot 3S BJk 4 Mrs. Nell Dearing Lot 44 Blk A 3.47
loin A. JasettCamP 3.47
Lot 38 BJk 4 3.47 Virginia Fry Lot 47 Blk A 3.47

stet L f KathriDe Freeman Lot 42 Blk 4 3.47 Ronald L. RockhiU Lot 50 Blk A 3.47
R. Green Lot 45 BUt 4 3.47 Kenneth Silks Lot 60 Blk A 3.47
Lot 49 BJk 4
Ann Roberts 3.47 F. Mark C Marie Rhoadet Lot 65 Elk A 3,47
lot SO k4
y. Ben F. Roberts 3.47 Virginia Crenier Lot 96 Blk A 3.47

urn B. and VODice lots 69 C 70 Blk 4 47.35 Joseph W. Bailey Lot 111 Blk A 3.47

11 WamceR. Godwin Lot 84 BUt 4 3.47 Mrs. Hannah Gilbert Lot 115 Elk A 3.47

mona Godwin Lot 25 B1k 4 3.47 Joyce Louise Land Lot 117 Blk A 3.47
rcadio Col1.110 Lot B1k 5 3.47 Carl Eldridge Lot 143 Blk A I %..7 '
Lot 27 BUt 5
E. LegaN
onnic a mood R. BliTl3rd Lots 51 & 52 BUt 5 5.94 3.47 Johnnie Ruth Mixon Lot 151 Blk A 3.47 .
lot 3Ilk6 Malcolm James Hercamp Lot 9 Blk D 3.47 1
OVen R. 1. 1.White. Cyches lot 8 Blk 6 3.47 3.47 Edgar W. G Bessie H. Moulton Lot 10 Blk D 3.47

Rawley C; Dorothy Coodall Lot 14 Blk 6 3.47 George Teyssier, Jr. Lot 38 Blk D 3.47
Kinnon Lot 18 BUt 6 .
/Mrs.Irene Lela Ellenburg Lot 35 BUt 6 3.47 3.47 Ralph E. 0 Mary Weaver Lot 46 Blk D 3.47
Edna Ottendorfer Lot 47 Elk D 3.47
Hollis C Dorothy Franklin Lot 36 Blk 6 3.47
Edward C Dorothy Zanier Lot 25 Blk 8 3.47 John C. 0 Lillian Davison Lot 19 Blk E 3.47
Paul L. Lassctcr Lots 6 G 7 Blk 9 5.94 Noel Leon Stascl Lot 23 Blk E 3.47

Johnny C. Hargitt Lot 8 Blk 9 3.47 Pickney W. C Margaret Wills Lot 10 Blk F 3.47
Ccrtha Stevens Lot 24 BUt 9 3.47
Thomas E. Halyburton Lot 11 Blk F 3.47
Walter Hancy Lot 33 Blk 9 3.47
Oliver M. Everage Lot 48 BUt 9 3.47 William K. Hamm Lot 33 Blk F 3.47

Llndscy L. G Irene Maples Lot 7 Blk 10 3.47 Harold E. Shoup, Jr. Lot 34 Blk F 3.47

Hilton L. Willis Lot 6 Blk 11 3.47 Richard D. Allison Lot 4 Blk H 3.47 !

Billy Muse Lots 20 G 21 Blk 11 3.47 B. B. BushThomas Lot 13 Blk H 3.47

Mrs. Homer C. Cochran Lot 20 Blk 12 3.47 Chappell Lot 23 Elk H 3.47

Bryceson C. G Gary Malone Lot 46 Blk 12 3.47 Kenneth W.G Mildred Harshman Lot 40 Blk I 3.47

Bervin F. Howell 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. Manic D. Kubera Lot 23 'Elk J 3.47
Mrs. Saundra Newman Lot 47 Blk 13 3.47 Russell S. Myers Lot 2 Blk K 3.47
Mrs. Aileen Barefoot Lot 68 Blk 13 3.47 Martha C. Boyer Let 36 Elk K 3.47
Lot 4 Blk 14 3.47
Betty Allen Horace H. Estes Lot 52 Blk K 3.47

John Archibald G Lot 22 Blk 14 3.47 C. D. Ragan Lots 11 C 12 Blk L 5.94 '
Robert Frazier
Elizabeth S. White Lot 13 Blk L 3.47
Elizabeth Wyatt Lot 30 Blk 14 3.47
Wallace Hcndcrcm: Lot 35 Blk L 3.47
Betty Cable Lot 57 Blk 14 3.47
Leonard D. C Louise Thorp Lot 47 Blk L 3.47
Ferman M. Crapps Lot 72 Blk 14 3.47
William T. McDanicls Lot 16 Blk M 3.47
Malcolm Reese Lot 31 Blk 15 3.47
Pittman, Sophia,
Harold Edwards George, Sr. Lot 53 Blk 15 3.47 Jerry Hensley Lot 33 Blk M 3.47
Kenneth C. Moore Lot 55 Blk 15 3.47
Eugenia Helen Stelmach Lot 8 Blk N 3.47
James H. Glisson Lot 33 Blk 16 3.47
Leslie D. Johnston Lot 24 Blk N 3.47
Gottlieb G Anna Hermansdorfer Lot 65 Blk 16 3.47 Ruby M. WiUhitc Lot 38 Blk N ; 3.47

Ralicgh W. Morrison Lot 17 Blk 17 3.17 Mrs. Cleo Hall Lot 51 Blk N 3.47
P. H. Wilson Lot 23 Blk 17 3.47 Claire P. Houser Lot 52 Blk N 3.47

Franklin Thurmond C Trudy Beck Lot 24 Blk 17 3.47 Claude C Helen Rumford Lot 1 Blk 0 3.47
Eula D. Lowry Lot 41 Blk 17 3.47 Henry W. Shimp Lot 23 Blk 0 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 3.47 Milton T. Adams Lot 36 Blk 0 3.47

Clayton C. Church Lot 55 Blk 18 3.47 George M. Reistlettcr, Sr. Lot 37 Blk 0 3.47
Lottie Kitchen Lot 75 Blk 18 3.47 Mary Lee Armstrong Lot 11 Blk P 3.47
John R. C Bertha Giles Lot 29 Blk 19 3.47 Ethel E. McCuire Lots 24 C 25 Blk P 3.47'

Elizabeth C Andrew Swiney Lot 44 Blk 19 3.47 Howard Bamtliousc Lot 29 Elk P 3.47
3.47 J. W. C Syble B. Tucker Lot 47 Blk P 3.47
Jess Martin C Elva J. Price Lot 2 Blk 20
3.47 Jack E. Fusscll Lot 9 Blk Q 3.47
16 Blk 20
Margaret Bows Nellie Mac Brunt Lot 22 Elk Q 3.47
Frame Brooks Lot 44 Blk 20 3.47 M. E. Waldon L B. Rrunson Lot 29 Blk Q 3.47
Donald F. Burchfield Lot 67 Blk 21 3.47 Hugh Tyre Lot 3 Elk R 3.47
Pauline E. Emmcrick Lot 7 Blk 21 3.47 Norman G Joan Stephens Lot 4 /Blk R 3.47

Howard R. and Jess Wilson Lot 14 Blk 21 3.47 Pearl Nielsen Lot 5 Blk R 3.47

Craig W. Millinger Lot 20 Blk 21 .. .. 3.47 Anne E. Sanders Lot 7 I51k R 3.47
Lois T. D J mesAo'=.IsonJr.LDt 40, Blk R 3.47
Frank Namie, Jr. Lot 35 Blk 21 3.47
Jack Dunn Lot 75 Blk 21

Anne Embleton C Robert S. Graham Lot 22 Blk 22 3.47

Robert E. Lawrence, Jr. Lots 64 C 65 Blk 22 5.94

Esther I. Yarbeny Lot 14 Blk 23 3.47

Loren J. C Velora Cole Lot 22 Elk 23 3.47

William F. C Helen Miller Lot 29 Blk 23 3.47
Michael J. Fulford Lot 43 Blk 23 3.47
Russell Tolles Lot 44 Blk 23
Leo G Mary Hermosillo Lot 53 Blk 23 3.47 I
Caren Moletech Lot ,2 Blk 24
Michael P. Burke Lot 8 Blk 24

Bobby Matthews Lot 23 Blk 24 3.47

Nicholas M. White, M.D. Lot 28 Blk 24 3.47 3.47 Sincere
Stella M. Conner Lot 34 Blk 24 3.47 My AppreciationTo

Clyde H. McArthur Lot 37 Blk 24 3.47

Carol Ann Hardenburg Lot 8 Blk 25 3.47
Leonard W. Mitchell Lot 25 Blk 25
Daniel Pope, Jr. Lot 33 Blk 25 3.47
Wilson R. Swartz Lot 47 Blk 25 of Wakulla
3.47 the Voters County:
Ervin E. Clay Lot 54 Blk 25 3.47

Sherry L. Blair Lot 55 Blk 25 3.47
Grace OrthFerdanand Lot 57 Blk 25 3.47

C Anna Knoop Lot 67 Blk 25 3.47

Mrs. Dorothy E. James Lot 69 Blk 25 3.47

Randolph L. Broache Lot 73 Ilk 25

Jerry Randolph Digirolamo L. Broache Lot Lot 42 9 Blk Blk 26 26 3.47 3.47 3.47 who gave me such a wonderful vote of confidenceAS

Hugh Clifton Garrison Lot 72 Elk 26WAKULLA
1 3.47

Billy M. Reece Lot 3 Blk 3 3.47 YOUR MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC
Ceorge N. Riner, Jr. Lot 15 Blk 3 3.47 .
John P. Minnick Lot 44 Blk 3 3.47
Everett C Valeria Sands Lot 73 Blk 3 3.47

Judith F. Martinez Lot 22 Blk 4 I
Crews E. Breland Lot 43 Blk 4
J. B. Matthews Lot 47 Blk 4
Dorothy Louise Bussey Lot 49 Blk 4 3.47 .

Jacquelyn J. Barrett Lot 55 Blk 4 3.47 SERVE FOR THE BEST INTERESTS OF

Imogene Byer Lot 63 Blk 4 3.47

Herbert L. Jacobs Lot 14 Blk 5 3.47

James C Virdie McCee Lot 22 Blk 5
Frances C. Tuttle Lot 27 Blk 5 3.47 .

Arthur C. Rhodes, Jr. Lot 46 Elk :5;
Bert Thompson Lot 59 Blk 5

Carl and Madge Carter Lot 31 Blk 6 3.47 3.47 I HUMBLY THANK YOU. i

Mrs. L. B. Gibbs Lot 23 Blk 7 3.47 ,
William L. Vickers Lot 46 Blk 7 3.47 I I

E. Guy Bagwell Lot 59 Blk 7 3.47''

Mary R. Harrington and Hugh Lot 74 Blk 7 3.47
William M. Graham, Jr. Lot 87 Blk 7 I
Mrs. J. Hubert Griffin Lot 17 Blk 9 3.47 Slncirely: ; '

David L. Ravencraft Lot 20 Blk 9 3.47 S.E.RodcfenbarryOR .
3.471 I Asa Poixk i Adra.ti'li't I'
Helen S. Fort Lot 48 Elk 9 3.47 I ..
Milbum B. Wailer Lot 2 Blk 25

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Two Incumbent Wakulla NEXT Monday_ WEEK

Smoked Ham/
I Parsley Potatoes I
Green Beans
Yellow Cake Squares w/
Commissioners In Orange Butter Juice Frosting

Bread ButterMilk
Two followed closely by Hal Davis

incumbent county commission with 579 and J. Emory ("Red") ,TucsJiy

ers have been forced into a Cross with 135 I eat LoafSpanish TRADE NOW AND SAVE! !
run off election as a result of i In the Sixth State Senatorial : Sauce

yesterday's vote District L P ("Pete") Gibson: Steamed Cabbage
In district No 2 Ralph Strick led the field with 633 votes The Butter Beam
land received 395 votes but was other candidates: trailed behind CornbreadChocolate SPECIAL PRICES

topped by Hugh McAllister with B. C Pearce with 190, Wayne Pudding
844. E, L Glover was third with Mixson with 186, Tom R. Davis Bread Butter
335 In District No 4 incumbent with 121, Jackson Bryan with Milk

Willard Carter and his 583 55, John Due with 94, Odis Mur- Wcdncsihy ,

votes were topped by James G. pny with 48, and Ed. L. Bush .1m urgers tn N Adams LOT *Ph I, 2212211: 14148. Monroe pn. 2Z2 MM
Taylor with 661 Alton Oaks was with 25.Mallory. Lettuce lomatoci
third with 571 I returns in the attorney general Horne received an overwhelming Peaches Potato Chips FREE 1964 Monza $1595Spydrr 1963 Corvair $1095 I
race. Faircloth swamped Cobb, ,
Nelton Jernigan with 660 votes lead in the votes for coupe with radii heater Convertible with 4 ped shift
945 to 144 Raisin Cups and 4 speed Iransmimon Two rsdun
will face Bobby Gene Paulk, who Fred 0. ("Bud") Dickinsonwas State Senator in the Eighth Du Bread Butter 96tinG 1963 RambTer"1'$995
votes in the trict. Home votesto TAG MC $1295 I
received 508 run far ahead of all other can garnered 1,035 Milk finale' 770 4 dnnr .ed;n, I e\l'1.
off election for membership in 281 for George Lewis II, 73 'j Inn. pick up truck, clc.in, one under standard >hi/t rad o. heater ; .
dilates in the race for Comp .Thursday; owner .
air conditioner
the School Board in District No for Frank R. Alderman, and 20 Southern With The 1 1965 Chevrolet' and oier I
troller. Dickinson got 1,107 votes, Fried Chicken Purchase 01 $2095 1964
1. Kenneth Roberts trailed with while Ronald Brugh was next for Claude M Franks. Steamed Rice Any Used Car Over VA Brlair /dnnr .edj<. radii Belair $1595
403. In School Board District Wakulla Count went for Sam Tossed Salad heater a.,iton,atie "r.mnissla6 4 dnnr VI with, automatic, truns
with 88 followed
by Larry
$600 nne owner iou liulcd r mi mssinn. radio. I
Either of
No 3 Bobby Poscy defeated Kelley with 74, and Walter Fran Teague for senator from the Mixed Fruit 1964 Chevrolet $1"":'' Sharp
Elizabeth F. Smith, 958 to 658. In Fifth Senatorial Dis Bread ButterMilk Our 0 K Used Car
zcll with 53.Broward Twenty VI 4 dour Belmr vrd,n rad,.,. 1962 Jeep . $1095
the fifth School Board district Williams led t h eTreasurer's trict, giving him 834 votes Tea Lots hater, automatic transmission. Station Wagon, reconditioned I
Edison Roddenberry with 863 trailed James E clean one miner thru out 4 speed, : IranmntMlon,
race with 991 votes, gue was by Friday 64 1 4 wheel drl\t. radio and heater
votes defeated Stevie Revell, Joanos with 308, Cecil A. Ken Volkswagen $1195
far ahead of Bob Harris' 285 Spaghetti 2 1962 Chevrolet
dnnr radio he tier $995
one ""ier
who received 798 votes and Ray Gann'1113. nedy with 87, Harry O Stratiton j'i Meat SauceCabbageCarrot 1963 Chevrolet $1395 J Belair 4 door V* with I
Wakulla County voted:! decisively Wakulla County voted definitely with 54, Jim Holley with 51,1 Salad 4 dnnr. radio. heater factory air unn heater ft automatic In'II\\ : ,

for Don Fuqua over Billy for William T. ('Billy") John G. Barrow with 37, and Apple Sauce BOTH LOTS OPEN Till ('00 Pit conditioning., low mileage, one 1961 Chevrolet
Ed Peck with 31. ButterRolls FOR \0ta nun. $9951, I
Matthews by a margin of almost Mayo for commissioner of the CONVENIENCE
4 door Elation'
1962 Chevrolet $995 was on V8 heater I
three to one. Fuqua received Public Service Commission In the race for member of( Milk and automatic transmuttnn, !
1,244 votes to Matthews' Group 1. Mayo received 1,096 the State House of Representatives Famous OK Quality Vt:f'O .Beiar sedan rasa"i one 1964 Pick Up $1294 !

347 in the race (for the U. S. I' votes to 102 for Philip S Brewer Group No 1, Wakulla 1-Year G-W Warranty 1962 Buick . $795 rct.: radio cylinder end low, mileage J !
House of Representatives and 57 for W D. Maynard; County went for Miley Miers, LONG TRADESSprrla'' 4 dnir fadln l heaterautomatic .. 1961 Bela.r heater
In the gubernatorial race Jerry W Carter led the Group giving him 5o8 votes to 478 r EASY TERMS low mileage transminkion auto one owner 4 dnor 4 ej tinder. .with. $795 auto I I
Scott Kelly edged out Haydon 2 race for the Public Service for Richard 0 Mitchell, and 318 I malic Uanimiasion. radjo and 4 I
Burns, 763 to 'c n 'n Wakulla Commission Carter received 878 (for Nat Polak a EN E ATI! healet.'E j !
county Robert King High of Miami votes to 223 for Emmett S. Rob- In the Group No. 2 race for J .
trailed with 395 votes and ctrs, 123 for Joe Boyd and 109 the State House of Representatives ,. (TALL. I r
Sam Foor was at the bottom for Mack H. Jones. Donald Tucker swampedthe By Paula ParneiWell 1 I
with 31 votes Charley E. Johns led Wakulla field with 1,081 votes to 301 C YOU ARE BETTER OFF BY FAIN
Earl Faircloth received almost County's returns for State Senator for Bob McClure, 114 for Steve AN ALFORD CAR
all hose I to infill ,
nine to one votes over in the Fifth Senatorial District M. Watkins, and 76 for James enough loin.ILI to ,hllw a lilili up

I Barney F, Cobb in Wakulla's Johns. received 618 votes, F. Bockelman mon lit. this spunj., mil siimmr
-- What with shun skills' ,' nsinj. ill, I
higher' knees end I lun a lilili I
(high will bi i\pnsul And I some.
Sauces hum
If Minis in the most unj..nnh f.lhll"I'
MCCLENDON FUNERAL Getting in and I out of can pn' "
Try this Test cents the: most said problem! IIMI, ALFORDCHEVROLET
ilh devastating ,In us but quid in
j For Clot Spots'If e\erlllill ::1",1'l1e iNc' >'on know ,
what I mi in all that lit
24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE' your puddings and sauces mil IInlerjarm'nl' shim ing mil
sometimes burn or stick to woiiMn Mm know "it thin,
the pot or If that last cakedidnt (hit Mr Womlirfil si.m,ling thm
Tallahassee fla. turn out quite il-lit reads 11I1 rise a Ienllemanh issist i
('clung c night short like That
better test your cookware
is rather cnibirrissmp, In six the
Many cooking "mistakes" least
.. -- I really aren't the cook's fault NIII foreversonehowever. Just
They are caused by "hot the .thcr d.1.1I I saw a rather die
spots" resulting from the uneven gal alighting fruit :i car. Insieulof 1

heat conductivity of
FORINTEGRITY. HOme pots and pans,

The Aluminum Association
;i recommends the following
.. simple test to determine if
your pots and pans are the

FORESIGHT. '' kitchen culprit. My bank
Place three small chocolate -
e DETERMINATION squares around the ed es of 1.
the bottom of a saucepan and

f VOTE 4 put, a Place fourth the piece pan in the over center a- knows all ,

I burner at low heat on top of
t FORMILEY .I I your range ji Jy4
11 11of
All the chocolate squares the answers.
t should melt evenly at the the I ti-seal unsightly nsmp of her r
skirl iiisl the pnlliist bit uf ,I us
MIERSSTATE same time If they dont you s
f frill showed, mil it wasn't I a pi Hicoat
are not getting: good heat distribution I
and Try it. ', I
you may Well I couMn resist the urge : IM
REPRESENTATIVEGROUP those fancy sauces. mil asked her what she was wearS :
The same test should be inp Oh Its Show Mi." shi .mlN u uI
made with all your cooking itur illx I lookiil snrpriM.il s.i '
1 utensils. If any fail the test she cxpl,nncil that it was a power '\1
net girdle with ((1 irul luc rultlith
can investigate using
it s meant to be shown. I
Leon e. Franklin & Wakullj Counties aluminum utensils that Insure -
I checked further rand found
\ PLATFORM: fast even cooking at that I Lovable makes this girdle in 1''
lower temperatuies and with flattering thigh proportioned lorip-
1. Upgrade Teacher Salaries & School Facilities less stirring leg sires, and quite frankly it is "
2. Promotion of Su Food Industry and Tourism Another prime cause of un- just perfect with those short skirts i a,
3. Put All Purchases By Stat. of Florida On Competitive evenly cooked food is dentedor -especially when you cross your : / a
!l Bid Bans. warped cookware. Utensils legs, pet m or out of a car or on ___
4. Strong Conflict of Interest Laws. or off a bus
with bottoms
Tax uneven So if you must show a little,
S. Plug Inequities Before Considering ANY
replaced with pota and why not1 That is. of course if its
Increase. pans sturdy enough to resist lacy like Lovable Show Me."
Vt, P.L Adv liy tlUitni lor Mile? whirs denting under continued use And,whit could be more feminine! r
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HAL DAVISSAYS WORTH 1r !!J il @ And you're .I

ABOUT"In A right DS usual! !

this year 1966 we are I II
entering: the last third of an
incredibly wonderful and very 1 I I

THANK YOUWAKULLACOUNTT troubled century What the I i

businessmen of this countrydo I
and the way they think in

the year ahead will help to set

the course for the economy in I| There might be a few things we don't know but we
all of that remaining third of '
the twentieth century What I know everything about banking! That's why you're so confident

have been suggesting here to- when you come to us. You know that we know what we're doingl!
day is that we might do well

to counsel careful thinking in Savings Accounts, Checking) Accounts, a Complete Loan Service,

the present crisis-to remem- Safe Deposit Boxes, Travelers Checks
expert Financial Advicei
ber and remind others of the

I.DEEPLY APPRECIATE THE WONDERFUL VOTE YOU GAVE unparalleled strength of our whatever your banking need, we're ready to help.
country-to look at present I t tI

ME IN THE FIRST PRIMARY. THERE IS A TREMENDOUS problems in the light of present I Remember the name of our bank the next time you're

.I I JOB FACING US FOR THE NEXT THREE WEEKS. AND WITH resist realities-and the efforts above of some all to to looking forFull Banking Services. Many fine people dol

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