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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: September 23, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
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!'RAWFORDTILLE. FLORIDA 32327 THURSDAY SEPTEIIBEI 23.., 1965 PRICE 10 CENTS PER COPT.
I VOLUME 61 NUMBER 4 :

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SAYS r FIRE DESTROYSC'VILLE TO MEET APALACHICOLA SETS FP DIRECTORS INSPECT
COACH PETERSON AREA BANKERS
PLANT'Hard
CRYSTAL RIVER
SEMINOLES READY HOME I SEAFOOD FESTIVAL

Ft. Walton Beach- More than hats" were an important -
Tallahassee It has been along The Alvin Hoguc home in 150 top bankers from North- Apalachlcola sets special Seafood part oltoday 's monthly I

hot time since August 21 Crawfordvlllc, a threebedroom West Florida will meet at the Festival Day October 23, meeting of Florida Power Corporation

when Florida' State's football frame dwelling was Mlramar East in Ft. Walton 1965. Sponsored by nine city 'I board of directors; ,

team opened practice, but the completely destroyed by fire Beach today to review the annual and county organizations head- their agenda included an inspection -
squad's attitude on the practice about 4:00: A.M. last Monday plans of the Florida Bankers ed by the Apalachicola Chamber I tour of the company'snew

field last week showed no ill morning. Awakened by the Association. The group is of Commerce, "Seafood Crystal River Plant.
smell smoke, Hoguc! managed located in various Festival Day" will be staged
effects from the extended con- one of eight The 11-man board composed -
to get his family to safety, geographic areas of the state Saturday October 23, this of all-Florida businessmen. u 1.r 1.

ditioning Florida period.State opens its 1965 but nothing was saved from the which promote the efforts of the year in Raysidc Battery Park, and residents, and company of

TCU in Fort flames except some clothingand state-wide association of 437 Apalachicola, Florida. Start- ficersmet this morning at the
season against several chairs. The fire banks. Ing the day's events will be a
full-service Riverside Villas near Homosassa -
Worth this Saturday night a
week later than most college, also destroyed two children's Allen O. Treutcl, Jr., vice parade at 10:00 A.M. followed Springs to conduct their,
in the front yard and National Bank by speaking at Battery Park.A .
teams in the land. The Seminoles bicycles president, First monthly meeting. Following!
will meet ten straight the stumps of several trees, buta Fort Walton Beach, and chair- free seafood dinner, special an informal luncheon, the board
opponents shed in the rear containing a stated here feature of the day, will be served -
winding: with Florida man of the group: then toured the new plant facilities. -
up freezer was spared when the today "One very important at noon. Seafood Festival .
In Gainesville on November -
27 Panacea Fire Department and topic for this meeting will be committees formed from all The Crystal River plant UlI-
the U. S. Forest Service answered nine sponsoring organizationsarc
"We're ready to play foot- our state-wide advertising pro- derconstructionlorthe past sev
ball, Coach Bill Peterson said the alarm. gra m. We (the bankers) arc preparing for thousands of eral months, Is scheduled to go
Forest Service firemen, Institutional advertising visitors from Florida and other
Florida an Gen
at the end of last week's drills. preparing made into operation next year.
"I wish we had started this IDlder tIle direction of Sam Lol- campaign to run neighboring states which crating unit number one will be
week. lie, and the Panacea Volunteer statewide. The purpose of this this day a great success in 1964. coa 1-fired and produce 421,000

However coaches being the Fire Department with Fire program is to promote public Everyone from everywhere Is kilowatts. Unit number two also -
the Chief John Dalton and Assistant awareness of the advantages of cordially Invited to come en- will be coal-fired and It ,

Seminole perfectionists attack they is expected arc to Chief Cecil Nichols, were call- handling: all financial affairsat Joy this historic harvest of the planned for operation in 1969

this week. ed to the home. The fire a full-service bank. sea. Apalachicola's large air- which means a continuing construction
take on a fine polish quickly destroyed the home with Fred O. "Bud"Dickinson, who port, spacious yacht basin and program at the site
Most of the rough work was con-
an estimated loss of $10,000.The was recently appointed Comp- ample parking piers enable visitors Thiswill be the only coal-fired

cludcdwith 11. a The game team scrimmage worked fire was of unknown origin. trollcrof the State of Florida by to come by air, by wateror plant in Florida Power Corpora

Sept.under the lights of Campbell Both parents suffered from Governor Hay don Bums, will be by automobile. tion's 32-county system; the
smoke inhalation. A house the featured speaker. This Festivities will Include con-
and took other seven major plants use
Stadium night
Friday
two-months free rent was is of several banker's cessions, Fly-In with aircraft
the weekend off. with meeting one oil, or gas, or both. Ultimately -
1966 air-
in last week's provided the family in CrawfordvillcbyJewcllIludson meetings Dickinson has attended displays showing the the Crystal River plant will
High spot sogram -
crafts from eleven major companies
with in the two weeks.M. million
past generate more than two- -
was the annual Kickoff ; boat and shows D. C. U. $. Charles E. Bennett of Jacksonville -
C. Bubber Nelson \ car Washington, Rep. ,
members of both the Baptistand ( ) president kilowatts of electricity -
Luncheon and the I1I1IIOlIIICementoftrical'talnslorthe and Florida Bankers Asso- mobile homes and marine equipment Florida, is shown with hi> book Laudonnlcre and Fort
Methodist Churches twice the present output of the
sea- I Orlando and presi- with 1966 models, Caroline (University of Florida Press, 1964)), and a painting of
donate
I to ciation, company's entire
I helping "K
nel ghbors system.
son. Defensive end] George D'- articles dent Commercial Bank, Pan- public speaking, prize draw- Rene Laudonnicrc In the background. Laudonnicrc was the founder
and household Company President W. J.
Alcssandro of Fort Myers, linebackcrBillMcDowcll i clothe chances for 1564 national memorial located near
will\ also address the ings, including a of Fort Caroline In now a
ama City, Clapp said "Tins new plant
the family.Hoguc
of Tallahassee lor The overall theme for vacation lot on St. George Island Jacksonville, and one of the earliest Honda governors. Bennett,
Seminole
works for Uir group. not only symbolizes the -
and offensive end Max the meeting is "Let's TalkBanking" being donated by the Apalachicola importance a 17-year veteran of the House of Representatives, has compiledthe
Plant in St. Marks, but of Citrus in florida's
Wcttstcin of Leesburg were elected Asphalt for The will also Lions Club. 'I his County first complete list of Florida governors, going back to the discovery -
in the hospital group rapid growth but also It
by the squad. had been fire. elect officers for the coming lot was donated by the island of the state by Juan Force de Leon'in 1513. Bennett has
the
to evidence of the company's acceptance -
weeks
several prior
"Our team nude a tremendous owners with proceeds to go for found 124 governors who served 132 terms with eight governors
choice of captains, Peterson year. eyesight conservation, uikey of its responsibility to serving more than one term.
now to meet future demands -
says. "You can sec the shoots and as a finale, a Seafood prepare
difference in our squad now that PEOPLE ON THE WAY FOR FILM Festival Rail beginning at for electric:: energy by
have definite leaders. FAIR EXHIBITS new residents, businesses, and
they WILLIAMS REUNION 9:00 P. M. at the Fort Coombs "
Peterson has chosen Pete Ro- AVAILABLE Armory. industries.

berts, 6-2, 200 pound sophomore Cracevillc (Special) "All
from Gainesville is his need seethe people" Tallahassee, Fla. Sept. 10- Yfwti
place kicker for the TCU trip. we now from Florida's exhibit I at the NewYorkWorld's + ? w
That's the word today
WARRENFuneral
featured in NEW LAW TO SAVE JULES
Roberts and fellow soph Frank chair- Fair is
Charles Adams, general
Loner of Thomasville, Ca. man of the 1965 Annual Wil- a 15-mlnulc film now available TAXPAYERS POSTAGE service for Jules Jerry .
have been in contention for the slated Satur- from the Florida Development
liams Reunion, Warren, 92-year-old pioneer
job since last spring. day, Oct. 2, at Galilee and if Commission.In Tallahassee, Fla. A 1965! resident of Wakulla County
"Neither of these boys arc on color or black and white,
law State Treasure -
history is any yardstick, "pcople"won'tbe sponsored by were conducted Friday at the rY
Peterson At the Fair" will
scholarship, says. lacking, for "Number One r rInsurance Commissioner First Baptist Church in Wood-

"Roberts has Improved a great through the years, thousands ol be sent on request to any groupsor Broward Williams will save the ville.

deal, and right now he has the Wllliamses have annually come organizations. taxpayers more than $12,000a Burial took place in the Oliver .

oJgc, but Loner will kick some back home for these famous The film shows the entire cx- year in postage fees. Cemetery near Wakulla Sta- i

for us this year. hi bit i spotlighting the por- Until the law was enacted, tion.
get-togethers.
The Seminoles are scheduledto Adams said all final arrange- poise show, the water ski show orders of suspension of drivers Born in Dale County, Ala. ,, ,

depart for Fort Worth on Friday ments for the big event have and the citrus exhibit. The licenses and automobile license In 1872, Warren moved to Wa-

and] will return immediately been completed. The programis porpoise act and the water ski tags were sent to the drivers kulla County in 1892 and was

after the game. Team headquarters to start at 11:00A.M. It is exhibitions have been outstanding by certified mall, return married to the late Jennie Oli-

it the Worth Hotel. as follows: Invocation, Dr. J. attractions during the two receipt requested. This cost ver in 1893. He was the first
Lucille years of the New York World'sfair. 30 above the 5 cents post- Wakulla ,
C. Miller; Singing, Mrs. postmaster to serve the .

Parker; Music, Mrs. :Sara Station post office, estab- c'c'THE
CANCER PAMPHLET Adams; Introductions, CharlesL. Over 100 films on communities beauty-, age.The 1965 Legislature repealed lished during the administration

AGAIN AVAILABLE Adams;Distinguished guests, sports attractions, the certified mail, return of President Harrison.
and tourist attractions -
Sen. Robert Williams l l ; The Industry receipt requested provision. Warren came to this county at
Because of a wide public interest Williams Clan Song, Maggie arc available from the Commissioner Williams\ said the age of 19 to work for a log MAN WALKED AWAY James C. Harwell; 32, Whitaker
wilful
and demand for the free Williams Motter;Address,Judge Development Commission. under the new law, such notices ging enterprise which started Trailer Park, Tallahassee, was charged with wanton, and
The films are 16 millimeter I reckless driving Monday night at 11:00 P.M. after the accident
Henediction the mall andis also worked
educational pamphlet, "Things Alto Adams; are sent through from Iowa. He as
sound in both color and black on US 98 in Panacea, according to Jim Hawkins, Florida Highway
You Should Understand If You Rev. O. II. Vanlandingham, assumed to have been deli- a farmer and in timber before
and white. vered within four commercial fishIng Patrol. Howell lost control of his car at a high rate of speed ar J
Want A Cancer Examination, Galilee Church. days. entering the -
for the World's Fair failed to make the curve at the old It travelle
Kingfish Lodge.
Requests
the Florida Division of the American Following the program dinner The state's financial responsibility business. He operated the
film or for a list of the other I9t 400 feet on the shoulder, flipped once, skidded 218 feet, hit a
the expectedmore law until
Cancer Society is again will be served requires suspension Warren Fish Company
films available should be sent power pole, and flipped upside down into a ditch.
offering without cost a second than 2500 Willlamses and of drivers licenses and automobile 21 at St. Marks. -
I of the Flo-
the Film Library
printing of this informative friends. to tags of drivers and owners He was a member of the First I
piece of literature. State Senator Robert Williams rida Development Commissionin who arc not financially respon- Baptist Church at Woodvlllc. PRIVATE FUNDERBURKCOMPLETES PANACEA WATER SYSTEM

The pamphlet emphasizes how Appellate Judge John Tallahassee.Two sible for death, Injury or dam- Surviving relatives include BASIC CONSTRUCTION BEGINS

early detection of cancer and Rawls, Douglas Williams, ST. age they may cause. six grandchildren, Mrs. C. W. TRAININGFort (

prompt, proper treatment of and Clyde Crown head the heavyweight boxing Tully, Crawfordvllle, Mrs. L. Panacea This coastal com-

certain types of the disease can "meeting and greeting" com- championship fights have been H. Sammons,Tallahassee, Mrs. McClellan, Ala. (AHT- munity moved a step closer to

help save many lives that might mittee thin year. held in Miami. Fla.. within the B. W. Becton, Panacea, Mrs. NC) -- Pvt. Clara M. Funder- the Installation of a Community

otherwise be lost. State Treasurer reward I : Williams past five years. A. C. Shaeffer, Huntsville, burk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Water System with the arri-

Among types of cancer dis- who headed the Building Ala., Jimmy Helms, Craw- Ernest E. Funderburk, Panacea, val and placing of the first

cussed In the pamphlet arc Fund committee, said the Redwood Covet ford viUe, and R. W. Warren, Fla., completed eight weeks of twelve miles of four and six

Cancer of the breast, prostate, new Tabernacle building will Music Mellows in a Sau Paulo, Brazil, South America basic military training at the inch water mains In the Och-

cancer in males, cancer of female be used for the first time whenit t r'c ; 16- -grandchildren; Women's Army Corps Center, locknee River and Panacea sections -

genital organs; cancer of is dedicated for the Reunion. and three greatgreatgrand Fort McClellan, Ala., Sept. Monday by the Solomon
I
the skin, nose, mouth, throat The steel building with an open children. 10. ,Quin-The ....
and rectum. It also lists "Can- front replaces the picnic-type Private Funderburk received

cer's 7 Danger Signals" for structure that has been used in : : ffffp Instruction In such subjects as new water system whit

quick reference to certain the past. SHERIFF TAFF SPEAKSTO Army history and traditions was made possible through 10

symptoms that might be notic- The yearly homecomingbrings PANACEA C OF C administrative procedures andl1rst $210,000 loan from the Farmers -

ed in the human body. thousands of Florida's aid. Home Administration will

The pamphlet has been ap- friendliest family back to the Panacea Sheriff William She Is a 1965 graduate of Sop- be run locally by the Panacea

proved by the Florida Cancer panhandle to reminisce of their p (Bill) Taff of Wakulla County choppy High School. Area Water System, a nonprofit

Council, Florida Medical Association wonderful Christian heritage. addressed the regular monthly corporation composed of local

and the Florida State meeting of the Panacea Cham- businessmen They are Harry -

Board of Health.It ber of Commerce, starting at UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY Smith, President and Treasurer -

Is the concensus of many MRS. ANN OLIVER 8:00 P.M. Tuesday in the Panacea West Coast Corporation recent- Joe-Mac Smith,Vice President -

prominent specialists on cancer Woman's Clubhouse. ly reorganized that can with- John Price, Secretary,

that this pamphlet, If read Graveside services for Mrs. b "The citizens responsibility to stand rigid financial examina- with Henry Crum, Durwood

and referred to by every citizen Ann Oliver, were conducted encourage respect for the law tion Is offering on a no-fran- Vause and Fenton Jones servingon

in Florida, could provide a Monday at 11:00 A.M. in the and to cooperate with law enforcement chise fee basis exclusive dis- the Board of Directors.of the

tourca of information which Oliver) Cemetery near Wakulla. officers In maintaining tributorships. This Is a productin Mr. Smith, In speaking

could help retard the rising The Rev. Warren Rush officiated i 14 law and order In the community demand by every home owner project, pointed out that much

cancer death rate in Florida. with J. A. Culley C Sons in "was the subject of Sheriff and e/ery' business and is cur- of the credit for the establish-

Lastyear, cancer was the cause charge of arrangements. rce Taff'i address before the or- rently being used by such national ment of the new system shouldbe .

J" of death of 9, 668 Floridians of Mrs. Oliver died Thursday, ganization. organizations as Sean committee given to the of cooperating the Panacea -

aU ages. September 16, In Alexandria, Other business on the agenda Roebuck and Cb. Holiday Inn of Commerce wh "-

Free copies of the pamphlet, Virginia, Hospital, following a cold weather drive you i oxthwhh: plan some was reports of the Fire Control Motels and various branches oi Chamber whole hearted ,
"T h I n g s You Should Under- long Illness remodeling projects) in : conlluft do Board on the progress being the armed forces. Product 100% gave us supportin

stand If You Want A Cancer A native of Wakulla County, special the work yourself or have a finish carpenter In your made In cooperation with the guaranteed; investment from getting the project underway.
plans Members of the committee are
Examination", may be obtain- she was a member of the Baptist local redwood dealer for built-in. idea., or have drawn up Florida Forest Service for the $600 to $14,000. Investment William B.
Coxen
ed from any American Cancer Church. She had residedIn by an architect. with Installation of two-way short- guaranteed with 100H markup. Forrest ,
divider-counter the Rev. A. V. Plckern
in Witt
Society Office, or write to Arlington, Va., for the past This Hi-Fi cabinet concealed room and wave equipment on the Panacea Manufacturer has proven me- ,
constructed of surfaced tongue groove"AllHeart" and Durwood Vause.
c/o Postmaster. ten years where her husband, sliding: shoji above redwood, is paneling with i a wide "V Most of the Volunteer Fire Department, thod of distribution advertising Two approved wells

Wayne Oliver, Is a special edI- show the flat which i i. further accented by a "wipe.over" onitructlon: work done on the and merchandising. A factory have deepwater been drilled with
grain
tor of the U. S. New C World piece < and flat varnish. The handsome grain Walker Street dock by the Harbor representative will assist you In already
finish using paint construction Fri
of on
MOSS VALUABLE of the supporting post and Docks Committee and the start
Report. is further contrasted with the dark-stain setting up your business For

Spanish most seen hanging Survivors, other than hethus (left) and the sliding shoji (above). of the Chamber Civil Defense complete details and descriptive day. work on the
band, Include a son, RobertW. Redwood ia favored for home remodeling projects because Committee's plan of hurricane literature writ. National Engineering proJect
from trees in Florida ii not of dimen under the direction of
Oliver, Salem, Ore.| a sister its ease of working with home ahop tool. its stability. operation for the community Che m-Plastics Cor p. 1550 ii '
finish.Ask
a parasite but an epiphyte Mrs. O. B. Wilson, Dallas, sion and its natural beauty with or without Sheets: "Red luring an emergency Page Industrial Blvd, St. Louise Palmer Engineering Corp.
Data
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or air plant living on the dust Texas and two grandchildren. Interior: :Paneling lumber,dealer Application: for the:and Finishing"i and "Red: Missouri i 63132 or call collect
aud moisture in the air. When wood
illustrations). Or write to Robert T. Adams atKa-6-7242,
Finishes", (with color Gardens has 6.035
wood Interior Cypress
harvested it provides a multi. California Redw od Association 617 Montgomery and Area Code 314. tolthes19 population accord
I Dept. ARS865. feet of pathways and one ing census. ls 4,931I ,-
million dollar yearly income Street San Francisco, California 94111. ic-half miles of waterways. 923129. 580.
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LA COUNTY' I .:
Nl 'iTBURSDAY 'H"
in I ver (Grade and structures only),
NOTICE OF
El CT'ON.TO / .
MINUTES full-time gardeners Eighteen four-year
WANTED Ironing in my home. OF THE WAKULLA 6.2 miles. Thirty-five collegesand
Length
SEPTEMBER 23.il W5 Esso Station North of Crawford- COUNTY COMMISSION "A" are employed by Cypress 33 junior colleges are now
r WHOM IT MAY CON- No. 2. Streets in Panacea ( in operation In the
Gardens which has more than state of
yllle. Call WA 63094.In CERN Pursuant to Section September 3, 1965 thru "I" total), Length 1.97. 2.200 different-types of plants. Florida.

582.18, Florida Statutes, no- (a) 1st Street-Bay Drive to

WAKULLA tice hereby given of an elect- The Board of County Com- Section Ave. thence to SR 30,
the Circuit
Court of the
ion to be held on missioners of Wakulla Countymet 0.34.
Tuesday, Length
COUNTY NEWS Second Judicial C If cult of October 12, 1965, for the purpose this day In Crawfordvllls ( ) Martin Ave. lot St. toSR
Florida, In and For Wakulla
electing three with all members present. 30 0.04.
((3)) super Length
.
Telephone WAlnut 6-1301 County. In Chancery.No. visorsforWakulla Soil and Water The minutes of the last meet- rot Tullv Ave.1st St. to SR

1S1. Conservation District for ing were read and approvedwith 30;'Length 0.07.

II Janle Fitzgerald, a widow, terms of four ((4)) years each. the following alterationsand (d) Crawford Ave. -1st St. to GRAND

Plaintiff, The following polling place corrections SR30, Length 0.07.e SLAM

Virginia KelrMlejr ... E4iloPublisher> v. will be open on election day The resolution as offered by ( ) Bay Drive-1st St. to SR

Joe M. Mllam and Juanita Mi- between the hours of SiOO A.M. Mr. Walker at the August 16th 30, Length 0.07.

and 5100 P.M.I meeting was seconded by Mr. St. -SR 30
lam, his wife, Jerrell Metcall ((0 Division to
.
..
Fred Kelghtley
and Evelyn Metcalf, his wife, Crawfordville Courthouse, Davis with the chair voting for Dickson Bay, Length 0.21.

Defendants.FORECLOSUREOFMORTGACE. the resolution and Mr. Strick- Palm St.-SR 30 Dick-
to
Florida Crawfordville, Florida (g)
Entered at Crawford vIII.,
land and Mr. Young voting against -
son Bay, Length 0.24.
All electors
qualified residing
second data matter. Subucrlp the adoption.The Clean
M h Rock St.-SR30
( ) Landing Up'SALES'
NOTICE TO APPEAR within the District shall be eligible Bank and Trust
U |3.K( ) Peoples to Dickson Bay, Length 0.28.
tinn r. per year to vote. Qualified electors -
The State of Florida Toi as used herein Include those Company of Tallahassee was (i) Wakulla Ave.Chattahoo-

Joe M. Milam and Juanita approved as a County Deposi- chee Drive to Division Street
qualified to vote In
persons gen-
of Commissioner -
Milam, his wife, County Line eral elections under the consti- tory on the motion (Exist. Rdwy. R/W20'Surf.

HENRY WILLIAMS Road, Thomasvllle, Georgia. tution and statutes of Florida Walker and the.second of Treat. Type 2 with 6 1/2"
Commissioner
Young.RESOLUTION ShellStab. Base shallow dit-
You are hereby notified that a who are landowners within the ,

REALTY Kit to foreclose a mortgage has district named above. ches), Length 0.65. -
On the motion of Commissioner
No. 3. Streets in St. Marks
been brought against you by L. M. Hollingsworth, Administrator Davis and the second of Sidewalk-River N. along W.
Janie Fitzgerald, a widow, In : '
State Soil Con-
Mr. Walker the Board adoptedthe
side SR 363 to Shell Island
the Circuit Court of Wakulla
Reg. Real' Estate BrokerSt. servation Board. following resolution with Road, thence West on North
County, Florida, and you are
Marks. Fla. hereby required to file your 2t92330. the chair voting yes and Mr. side of Shell Island Road to
Young and Mr. Strickland vot-
School Concrete Sidewalk
written defenses If with ((5'
any,
Phone 741 the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof ing No. 4'\.6"Thickness), Length 0.60. We're
SALESMAN: WANTED: WHEREAS, Wakulla Countyhas Riverside Drive West from SR
said county and to serve a
REAL ESTATE I requested a loan from the 30 to Old Fort R/W 20'
ALL TYPES copy of same on A. L. Porter, SOMETHING NEW ((90' Wheelin' andDealin'
Trust Fund
Highway Secondary :
Surf. Treat. 2 with 6 1/2
Type COME
Crawfordville, Florida, attor- Whether you have sold beforeor for the construction of grade and
Shell Stab. Base Standard ditches -
Associate: ney for the plaintiff, on or before not, we need men and women structures on State Road S-22 "
W. M. Hatcher the llth day of October, to sell America's finest ), Length 0.71. Out
Sr. (Section 59501)) from Ochlocknee -
Riverside Drive East from SR
A.D. 1965. Herein fall not or accident and health and life
Phone WA 6.3201 River to SR 375 at Sop- 30 (Exist. RDW. R/W 20' Surf. ON IN !
a decree pro confesso will be policies; and now we havet
and construction of
var-
., entered choppy Treat. Type 2 with 6 1/2" Shell The Values.
against you. DENTAL INSURANCEThe
ious streets and sidewalks in
Stab. Base, Shallow ditches),
WITNESS the Honorable W.
If You Need. leads on this new product Panacea and St. Marks.
0.13.Palmetto .
Length,
May Walker, one of the Judges
alone will keep you busy and WHEREAS, the estimated cost Street from SR 363 Here Are
of said and the seal thereof
C \ court make It for of said exceeds $500-
OfficeSuppliesHusinetes possible you to cam project to approximately 0.2 miles east
e Machines at Crawfordville, Wakulla from $100 to $150 per week. 000.00 which is the maximum Exist. Rdw. R/W 20' Surf.
( Some
e Office Furniture of County September, Florida A.D., this 1965.3rd day Writes Mr. D. J. Dewitt, P. amount of fuiids that can be secured Treat. Type 2 with 6 1/2 Shell
Se-
from the
SM or Call O. Box 10475, Tampa, Fla. Highway Stab. Base, shallow ditches),
(SEAL) 33609, giving short resume for condary Trust Fund, NOW Length 0.2.Section .

ANEY WHALEYat /Moody Pearce appointment near your city. THEREFORE, 2. That the County 1965 Chevrolet. $2195 .1962 Wagon. $1295
Clerk Circuit Court, Wakul' BE IT RESOLVED by the Board
la FloridaA. I Itc-9/23. of Commissioners of understands and agrees, upon VAN. Like new. Ford Country Squirt 4-door; at,.
County, County receipt of such application by 1961 Chevrolet 1 $1495 eosdeaonea automatic, radio
Wakulla Florida in
CAPITAL OFFICE L. PorterCrawfordville County, the chairman of the Board of 4 door station wifon, economy
EQUIPMENT CO. Florida I open meeting duly assembled, Highway Secondary Funds Trust- I cylinder engine, standard Shin, 1963 Ford V-8. $1095Ftrdor
Attorney for Plaintiff BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIESSPARE that all costs for the above des- radio and heater. sodas i Ir-mndltlontd,
ees, a meeting of the Board of
Sit Corner South E.Adami PentacolaTALLAHASSEE. St. 41-9/9,16,23,30. TIME cribed project excess of funds High Secondary Funds Trustees 1964 Falcon. $1395 radio heeler straight ahlft.

I EXTRA INCOME! available from the requested Pick up truck low mRage.56 1958 Chevrolet. $495
FLORIDA will be called for the of
purpose one owner. V4
Trust Fund sedan; tutomitlt
Competent man or woman interested Highway Secondary :
determining (a) The desira- trintmlition, radio,
1963 Ford. $1195 heater
in Loan will be paid from Wakulla
making now
and in the future to money refill and County Secondary Funds; and bility of the project; (b) The (i ton pick up ready to fo, 1953 Pick-Up $250
necessity of the project; (c) The 19590ldsmobile.$595Super International ,4-ton rune r.al
In the Circuit Court of the collect money from our new that completion said project ability of the borrowing good, rina for flalUnf.
LEON coin shall have first for the countyto S8 1 door Hardtop powerteerlnf.
TANK
SEPTIC super operated dispensers.No priority
Second Judicial Circuit of repay the loan within five power brakes, radio t ,
of such funds. 2 Lots to Serve You
soliciting accounts use secondary
original
SERVICE heater an dautomatlc trarumli.eion
Wakulla andd other criteria -
Florida, In and For (Syearsj) ; ) Any .
Is established BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED
as route by us. ,
327 No.
In to test the advisability Adams
Clean otRepair County.. Chancery.No. To qualify for profits and own- that, upon the approval of the necessary of t.ontlnuing with the 1950 Jeep $245 1414 South

ership you must have $600.00to requested -loan by the Board of Station wagon, rum food, food Monroe
BETTY LEE MAPES, 1900.00 to invest and 6 to Highway Secondary Trustees, processing of the application, tire clean. Ideal for hunting
which criteria shall be based I u.; BOTH LOTS OPEN TILL Iota P.II
New Installation Plaintiff, 10 hours weekly. For interview the State''Road, Department of the 1960 Chevrolet. $695 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
project contemplatedand .
upon
The Best For Less vs. write Interstate Merchandisers, Florida is'hereby authorized to
may Include, but shall not 4 door milk radio and beater. Famous OK
FRED MAPES, JR., Rochester, Minnesota Include allot from Wakulla County Secondary be limited to, recommendations i Clean. Quality

Telephone Defendant. phone. Funds an amount not by the State Road Department 1956 Buick. $195 1-Year G-W Warranty
lt-9/23.. less than$63, 500.00 to provide 4 door runs good
Tallahassee LONG
877.1773 NOTICE TO APPEAR Engineers and fiscal officers TRACES-
funds for the of the
after 6:00: completion of the State Road Depart- 1963 Corvair. $795
EASY
p.m.
The State of Florida Tot project.ON ment. Penal; elfin, eeonontlnl light TERMS
THE MOTION of Com- d.llv.ry truck
Fred Mapes, Oneonta, Ala- Section 3. The County further
missioner Davis and the secondof
Fall-Hued Forest
bama. understands and agrees that if a
Dees Barber Shop Commissioner Walker the
majority of the Board of High-
You are hereby Minified thata following resolution was adopted -
suit for divorce has been Great For PicnicIndian with the chair; voting Yea way Secondary Funds Trustees

FOUR POINTS brought against: you by Betty and Mr. Strickland and Mr. approves and recommends the ALFORDCHEVROLET
summer is a perfect excuse project, said Board shall, by resolution
Lee Mapes, in the Circuit Court Young voting against:
take the children
.10 on a picnic in Indicating approval,
BOYS HAIR COTS $1.00 Wakulla County, Florida, the woods. A pie-picnic hike will WHEREAS, by Chapter 63- report to the State Road Depart-

and you are hereby required to allow them to examine autumn 530, Laws of Florida, a board ment and in said resolution shall
OPEN TIL file with the Clerk of the Circuit colors at their own speed and work of Highway Secondary Funds their

8:00 P. M. FRIDAYS I Court of said county your up a hearty picnic appetite. Trustees was created to review report expenses incurredin

written defenses: if any, In applications from counties of the attending any meeting in the
Your will marvel .nil
youngsters at performance of their duties
,
said suit and to serve a copy of the State of Florida to determine
things You
to see. can pointout which shall be
GRADY WIIITFIELD same on A. L. Porter, Craw- how elm and pin oak leaves the desirability, necessity and from the expenses proceeds of the paid sale

fordville, Florida, for while fiscal for the invest-
HAROLD BUES-GRADY MATHERSDEE attorney turn yellow, red maples turn sufficiency of fuel tax
the plaintiff, on or before the red, and how acorns and pine cones ment of highway secondary trust ficates. anticipation certi

COOK OwnerWE 18th day of October, A.D. come horn oak trees and pine trees.They'll funds for projects of the counties I
Section 4. The
1965. Herein fall not or a decree have a great time collecting ; andWHEREAS County con- CO.

GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPSCLARB'S pro confesso will be enter- leaves and acorns and pine conesas by .the rules and sents and agrees to the pledge

ed against you.WITNESS they go.Watch regulations of the Board of High- and the use of eighty ((80%) per

the Honorable W. for squirrels scurrying way Secondary Funds Trustees cent surplus gas tax accruing to

May Walker, one of the Judgesof along the ground searching for nutsto preliminary approval has been or for use In the County for the 2
store for the cold winter ahead. payment of the debt service requirements Lots To Serve
said court and the seal thereof secured from the State Road De- You-327 N. Adams

at Crawfordville, Wakulla When your hikers are exhaustedand partment and a formal resolu- of the fuel tax anticipation -

County, Florida, this '13th day it's time for a picnic, a hearty tion by the Board of County certificates to be Issued I

SBOP of September, A. D. 1965. bowl of chili satisfies young appe Commissioners is necessary to by the State Road Depart-

Ill Moody Pearce tites. Prepare it in a jiffy from a apply to the Board of Trusteesof ment on behalf of the County -1414 S. Monroe
can. Fill out the menu with French to finance the proposed pro-
the Highway Secondary Trust:
Clerk Circuit Court, Wakulla bread carrot and celery sticks, and ject.
Funds for the investment of the ,
County, FloridaA. cider. Cookies t
EARLY AMERICAN and apples for dessert Section 5. The County requests -
TRENCH PRPVINCIAL L. Porter, make pleasing fall picnic tut. Highway Secondary Trust Funds that the fuel tax certi-

VICTORIAN Crawfordville, Florida, To minimize in fuel tax anticipation certificates ficates to be
work take issued
your mature in
be issued the State
to
by NOTICESPECIALS
FURNITUREPhone 4t-9/16.23.30.10/7.Attomey for Plaintiff. along a roll of Kleenex paper towelsto Road Department on behalf of the amounts and on the dates as I
spread on the picnic table as a follows
385-1222 cloth or placemats. They can do said county in order to provide 1966 $100,000 FRI, SAT, MON. AND TUBS.
funds for the purchase of rightof
double duty as napkins,
St. as emer 1967
1901 N. Monroe gency helpers to clean spills, way for the primary and secondary 1968 $100,000

TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA and for cleaning pots ndP utensils roads within the coun- $100,000

I before going home. ty, or for the construction or 1969 $100,000

F reconstruction of primary and 1970 $100,000 Maxwell House INSTANT"COFFEE
Section 6. That
.. a certified
I secondary roads within the county -
and copy of this resolution be Immediately -
Tallahassee BusliMM Firm ] transmitted to the 6-oz.
WHEREAS, said resolution is 89c
Chairman the Board
of
to be directed to the Chairman High

of the Board of Highway Second- way Secondary Funds Trustees,
and directed to its
I DIRECTORYPktornlxa ary Trust Funds, in care of the headquarters
office in care of the State Road
State Road Department, Talla- T-BONE
Department, Tallahassee Florida STEAK lb.
-
hassee, Florida, in order that this 3rd day of September 69c.
,
These Advertiser there may be initiated action 1965. .
by the Board of Highway Secondary -
Minutes to be Fresh Grade "A"
Funds Trustees to determines ( continued in next FRYERS Ike| 29c
.
week's issue of the News. ,
)
J (a) The desirabilityof

I the project; (b) The necessity Smoked
PICNIC
F R M Little Folks Store, of the project; (c) The a- SHOULDERS lb. 45c
O. I I. GRAMLING
Inc. bility of the borrowing county

"The Capital's to repay the loan within 5 years; ALLEN

FEEDS !!J Major for Minor*" ,& CO. and (d) Any other criteria nec-
.
CAi/drnT. '.."lic...'. Toys, essaryto test the advisability of Green Beans
Cornea. W i6te One-Stop Berries l for continuing with the processingof A Lesson 303 can 4 for 49c
Aee.uorw. In
Flint River Mills Baby Feed Seed Fertilizer the application, which crIteria .

X01J S. Monroe Ph. 223-0274 133 N. Monroe St._.!!': 222-1146 Poultry Supplies project shall contemplated be based upon and may the Nature's Rule Nabisco TRIANGLE' THINS' 9tOt.. 39c


Garden Tools include, but shall not be limit- In Mount Rainier Na A. J. QUICK GRITS
Ib
-
So. Adams at S.A.LR.R. ed to, recommendations'by the tional Park, Washington, a box,2jfor 19c
State Road Department Engineers -
Baker-Alford Co. Croaainf 223-0173 and fiscal officers of the ranger cautions visitors SWEET P
Phone against feeding the animals. POTATOES
TIU Part l,se.." State Road Department.NOW The 2 rbs. 2Sc
THEREFORE, BE IT ranger explains that
Anything for your auto truck
c' or tractor. Also for your power RESOLVED, by the Board of deer grow accustomed tovisitors' BANANAS
Lifkt Wtigkt Rigular
**4
Concrete plocki I L lawnmower, and much for your County Commissioners of Wa- handouts and lose 2lbs. 2Sc
boat kulla County, at regular meet- the ability to fend for them

lanson, Wood and. 208 N. Adam SR Ph Z2W380 Ing assembled this 3rd day of selves. Bears, he aSHOP
says,
Hoel Ind.' Inc. Capital: 1 Stone Co. September, 1965 to believe that free come food HERE FOR YOUR

s. Mama St. at 4-PoinU Section 1. That the Trusteesof is their due-and become
Since 1908
rat 222-5840 P. ..Box RM the Board of Highway Secondary grouchy and violent if they FALL

MARBLE v GRANITE Trust Funds are author- don't get it. Chipmunks GARDEN SUPPLIES

BRONZE ized to consider this resolution and
--- ---- .. squirrels AND
congregate HUNTING
MEMORIALS as a formal request for the Investment where SUPPLIES.

of Highway SecondaryTrust handouts are supplied and

'Yeagw- elai + Cwry Work ft AU Typo Funds in fuel tax anticipation thus upset the balance of

(08 W. Gaines St-Tel. 229-0719 certificates to be Issued nature. There is a lesson .

Inc.lrunrartH r Walter F. Buchaa, If jr. by the State Road Departmenton here for people-and for SHOP LOCALLY .
behalf of the County of Wa- their governments. AND SAVE

kulla, in the amount of $350, -Around .
the
; | dad Btndt 000,00 in order to providefunds Clock
PIGOTT
with Bob Feeney < S STORE'
Zrl,3..A .;","1 No.1. State Road 22 from TIMES-DEMOCRAT MEJART' .

s t ,I II i Ochlocknee River, east to SR Davenport, Iowa'

I J75, East of the Soppy Rlj;
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STEVE RE VEIL I Kitchen I OTAKULLA CDRIIU ****, ,

For Your \ R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME THURSDAY. 8MTHIBM Zft 1'dll

FULL TIME AND COMPLEX: I
f\ WM ESTATE
SERVICE J Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director

I Phone 697.3366 HOMECOMING SERVICE
GATHERINGThe
DRAWS LARGE
FINANCING
ARRANGED
AT 5 1/4 I
r CARRABELLE, FLA. Methodist
ANY TYPE HOME BUILT ON YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE: s a "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE- Church Crawfordvlll bulged at the team

SEWING WAKUUA OOUW( Sunday as it celebrated Home-
AM TIE Lit
COASTAL MEA SERVING WAKULLA COUNTY coming and its 99th Anniversary. -

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YU4-2601 YU4-7435
W02-219I Dr. John Hartz, Professor of
Religion, Florida State Univer-
PANACEA FLORIDALET I PHYSICIANS GOODINTERVIEWERS AUTO INSURANCE REFUNDS sity, was the guest speaker.
Over 200 members and friends
US BUY OR SELL FOR YOU j f I Physicians are good inter. AMOUNT TO $7.578 enjoyed "Dinner en the CI'OWId"following

vicwcri. They interview the pa. the service
Florida
Tallahassee, Fla. The -
licit to get a history of the case During the afternoon, music
Insurance -
and obtain Homctliing to go on Department for 140 flori-recovered by several quartets and singing
$7,578
in approaching diagnosis and
dians who overpaid their automobile groups was enjoyed.

I Ie treatment Medical history-taking i.i rec- Insurance during the Highlighting the were afternoonsmusical rendi- I,t
ogni/ed the of first months of 1965. program
an! cornerstone seven I
FLORIDA STATEI j good medical practice. Of the, State Tre a.ure Insurance tions by the Crawfordville Me-
Choir and the
a thodist Church
I I- several types none is more important Commissioner Brow ard WIl-
First Church of Craw-
than the first history- liamssalda regular audit of all Baptist
taking; interview There is more fordville Choir also Ira Wha-
risk automobile Insurance -
.-... --. to an interview than the medical assigned ley and his singing group, and
reveals overcharges -
To add a modern up-to.date sink, storage space, and the finest in history obtained; there is conbidcralion policies Randy Anderson and his Singing
on
TIIRU. SATUFDAY automatic dishwashing convenience In one simple step install a of the patient's state premiums.The group.
TODAY THRU. SAT. of mind and attitude.All departments financial
I I dishwasher combination and see what a difference It makes In The Rev. Jessie Baker announced -
patients do not have fever responsibility division notifiesthe
the appearance and efficiency of your kitchen. that July 10, 1966, the
i and not all have pain, but nearly insurance companies of its
Dirk all have anxiety. The anxiety is findings and seeks a refund if it church would celebrate Its
Rock Hudson Bogarde lleic i in Idea nn how you i"an give your klti'hpn a bright: new hire 100th Anniversary.
increased for
some by the im
is warranted.
'
without extenxlvp ipinoilelliiK: exppnxe lie reactive
I Leslie Caron Sylva Koscina posed dependence the patient Williams said most of the overcharges I
A most Important tOlll'h of cteatlvlty In your kitchen would be to in
having to himself
I Charles Boycr .ippliue your old tk.inehink with a sparkling new "AGENT 00834""A combination This will Rive: your klt<'hen that mnart modem builtIn the necessary self-exposure to miscalculation of the premiums PANTHERS TAKE MULLETSIN
VERY SPECIAL FAVOR" look. Made by the cllxhwaxliprexppitx history-taking and examination by the company. Refunds
OPENER 41 TO 13
KltilienAld michiicombhmtlon combination may be 1'111111'1'1'11with Not every patient with fever recncs are paid promptly upon notifi-
compline' n glpanilnK: I HtalnlPHH steel or pliiHtlc a remedy to reduce feverat cation, he said The Crawfordville Panthers
white 1 poiiplain l'uam"I'OIHtl'l'l, ) laminate top, In buying the <'omblnntlon once; not every patient with a t.
PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN sink top, H white two door Ktoi you have a <'lioli'e of pain receives a pain killer at pushed over six touchdowns to
age iblnpt, nnil a full\ size nnto I two dishwasher moileN; the once; and Inoi every patient with VETERANS AFFAIRS REPORT win their opener last Friday d
OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE HWY. matt l cllxhnaxhc'i all In one Suppi'ha Vai'ICy<'le or the Cimtommoclp anxiety get a tranquilizer or reinsurance night from Carrabtrile.
I ionipai, pinkiiKe )" Moth moilcln have n : at once. ON WIDOW'S INCOMESt. The Panthers scored in every j
Today thru Sat Hum that old niinni that IKstoieil double 4.wny wash four ilnxpxanil In the history-taking inter- quarter, adding 21 points in the v
,. new. it is important for the Petersburg, Fla. M. T.
Today, Fri In your uttli on yourklti rio-Thtti drying: for "11111'1 second frame.
t Sat 'hpn wall\ for a touch of Rlamon : ling dean dlxheH every tlmpSupeiba physician to note complaints Dixon, of the Fla. Dept. of John Harper split the uprightsfive
DID" i', A dil, a small leak" In one VailCyde also featmexn evidence of anxiety as valuable Veterans Affairs, said today times to make the totals
j I'' "1 SAW WHAT YOU "CA T BALLOU" oinpt" no you can make your i luxe nnil loll cycle" a utility leading toward further that a widow's Income has no show Crawfordville 41 to Car-
I grocery: lint on the" spot lee loin and utensil cycle and a xa!il. 'studies' di iKiioHi4! and triatmcnt bearing on her eligibility for rabelle's 13.
HUSH, I hcrt! is also the
"HUSH, of easy" .to'iniefnr plants in Htia cycle that boosts final rinse guidance type Veterans Administration Dependency -
Cook and Don Currie
CHARLOTTE"Bonus and of interview ill which the physieiaii Dusty
SWEET tPKll: KpOt water to 1R()' for extra ptotpc and indemnity com- each racked touchdownsand
explain to the two
patient the up
If clPKhecl. the III"hwa..hI'Nlnk lion aeilnxt bactPili and if her
Fri.& Sat. IIl'l'mM.WITH : pensation payments, vet- 4
Feature of his
"BUS RILEY'S BACK nature illness and the pro. Sheldon and Taff got TDs.
CCLD" I eedurca -or regimen,,deemed eran husband died of a condi- The Panthers' first game and
"MY BLOOD RUNS IN TOWN"In I ncccsiiry! and appropriate for tion attributable to service. first Conference win was witnessed -
I eventual cure and control However, Dixon laid, income by one of the largest
ATTENTIVE ENCOURAGEMENT Skill on the part of the physician limitations do apply to VA groups of C'ViIle fnlleen
away
in interviewing is not death pension. This is an entirely -
measurable from ho me I in number of
by time
consumed different benefit which
l hilt in years.
understanding gained. may be paid to the widow of a
The Crawfordville
'Ibis is why medical history- School
taking I is considered so important wartime veteran who died of a Band won praise from both sidesof
condition not attributable to the field for their: entertain-
I service. ing halftime show.
I For further information on
This week's
I game brings
Florida this, and your other veterans
Sneads to the stadium.
Thirty-two pair of water skis Dixon that
questions, suggests
and a total of 2708 feet of Came time is 8.00 P.M.
after a day's fishing tow rope is used for each of you see your local Veteran
the four daily water ski showsat County Service Officer, or
beer's the Florida's Cypress Gardens. write him at P. O. Box 1437,
one. ., t.Y ttrt llf St. Petersburg.


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of the day to head for a rewarding glass of beer. "

While you're talking over the ones that got away, NATIONAL NEWSPAPER: WEEK r uui

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frosty glass of beer makes a naturallygreat Concord and Lexington, the unique role of the 1 m bt

accompaniment t.l\ press in maintaining and protecting the freedoms

UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION INC. \SI Americans now enjoy, was effectively demonstrated.The I ,

. r.0 BOX 271.WINTER PARK. FLORIDAWANTED first licenced newspaper appeared in 17M( ,

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BY THE FBI later with the famous trial of John Peter Zenger, .

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Today newspapers remain constantly on the alert '

the right to know-in police stations
public's
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r and executive mansions.Newspapers .
iL inform the community on the local

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one of the FBI'i "Trti Most Wanted Fugitive," fa! October 10-16, we re-dedicate our efforts toward when you come to us. You know that we know what we're doingl)
wanted for unlawful interstate flight to avoid prosecution for the greater community progress and understanding
crime of kidnaping. He allegedly abducted a 8-year-old Arizona sound and objective" editorial Savings Accounts, Checking Accounts a Complete Loan Service,
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charging \Vahrlich with unlawful interstate to
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YA white American, WahrlIcb was born In Rensselaer County New D jtt paptt>l [
on February 4, 1936. He it 6' 2" tall, weighs 135 to 140
Remember the
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trailer! repairman, hospital orderly, insurance salesman, andIce
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CRAWFORDVILLE, JOPCHOPPIT NEWSBy -WAIITUA n
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1 PERSONALS Mrs. Louise C SappMr. t JI t

Y I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Town- and Mrs. Lloyd Baker of BACKFIRE!

lend, Jr., from Gainesville, Livingston, N. J., are visiting
rtl Fla'L were recent visitors with their son, the Rev. Jesse Baker '
and Mrs.
parents, Mr. and family.
C. L Townsend, Sr. I e
J (; The Sopchoppy Baptist Church
i
Sonny Hammick left last Friday Homecoming a great gath- I
By Mary Whitman lot Macon, Ca., where he ering of people from here and
I lain college.Mrs. The Rev.
What's a square? surrounding areas.
It can be a house truck or Mabel Pearce returned Homer Duggar of Concert', ett 1
train coach. Fla. formerly pastor here,
A triangle can be an Ice cream home last Friday after spending Talla- was guest speaker at the 11:00A. flvE/Q Ifyr
I several in
III cone or wigwam or umbrella. A days visiting .M. service. The Rev. De-
Pearce went especially
Mrs.
hassee.
circle can turn into clown or A. witt Cox, also a former pastor,
to be with her son,
daisy or baby chicken. now located at Thomasville
The magic la worked by one R. Pearce, Jr. on his birth Road Baptist Church,Tallahassee
child and one box of crayons spoke in the afternoon.
Let a parent draw almost any day.Mrs. also lot of
Bernard Wilson is a patient There was a good
geometric form and a child will
laden
tables -
complete It In a fascinating way. I in Tallahassee Memorial singing. Bountifully
under
of food were spread
There are also activity books at Hospital.
the counters of many variety the pecan trees in front of the 4,
stores with pages of this type, Mr. and Mrs. C. L Townsend church. ,
along wth verses A playbookmay Sr. and Jack, attended ,
Nelse Revellhas .I 1
at the Sop'choppy We are glad Mr.
suggestThe : homecoming Sunday .
circle, the square Baptist Church. returned home from Talla
hassee Memorial Hospital. He
And the triangle, too
Red, white, and blue green-stuff Using only these, The Crawfordville Methodist is having many visitors now.
What can you do? Church M.Y.F. group attendedthe daughter, Mrs. Myrtlce
"Simple drawing games like sub-district meeting in Car- Townsend Jacksonville, spent
Uncle Sam has a couple of plans to these help a child observe the rabelle Monday night. last week at his home. Also,
basic shapes of things," reminds Mrs. Roddenbeny's daughter,
make your money as easy to save as it Mary Hilt of Whitman PublishIng Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Baker of Mrs. Pearl Payne of Cleveland,
Company of Racine, Wisconsin Livingston N. J., parents of
,
is to upend. There' the Payroll Savings Fla. and her two daughters
world largest publisherof the Rev. Jesse Baker, attendedthe
Plan where you work. And the Bond.a- children's books "Later a homecoming at the Craw from Tallahassee, Mrs. Cora
and Mrs. Emmet
Meadows
child will note design the Sun- Lee
fordville Methodist Church
Month Plan here bank. An-
you Green On Sunday, Mrs.
cross hatching on a pineapple Mr. and Mrs. Baker left
day. nie McCloud and son Eldon and
the stripes on a watermelon -
Easy as pie, but the best part of the and as he gains motor control today for the their homecoming home. Also were, attending wife of Apalachicola, visited

idea is that there's a bigger cut of the he'll add detail and Insight to Judge and Mrs. May Walker and them. I
his
pie for you, the longer you bold onto drawings"Child experts say that parents Judge Walker's sister from Tal- Mrs. Florence Roddenberry of

your Bonds. When they mature, get help most by accepting a child's lahassee. Havana, Fla., visited her mo-
you work as It Is Praise helps him. ther, Mrs. Sallie Dykes.
$1 back for every $3 you invest. So does fine art, Reproduction of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tucker PALLIATIVE OR CURE
home Saturday -
famous paintings can be boughtfor and children returned Monday evening, a group of
There's no state or local income tax little Even a short visit to after a three week's va- young people, with the Rev. Every thinking American agrees that unemployment

on Series E Savings Bonds. And you a museum. helps a child grow cation to the Western States. Jesse Baker, attended theM should be at an irreducible minimum. Providing -
creatively
.y F. sub-district meeting at
I may defer payment of the federal income Margaret Mead points out Mr. Frank Lawhon of Sopchop- Cambelle Methodist Church.On jobs-the only sure and permanent cure for un
In a booklet she has done for the pyhasreturnedhome from Tallahassee
the function of
Thursday, several membersoftheWSCSwtllattend employment-has historically been
I tax until Bonds cashed.
your are Children's Dureau: "It takes Memorial Hospital.
both pictures on the wall and a work- i private industry.
I While )our bankroll grows, freedom paper and crayons to give a J. D. Harvey has returned to shop at John Wesley Methodist However, federal domination of state unemployment -
Church in Tallahassee. Next |I
child the Idea that he can makea school after being absent for
the world
bit
throughout grows a too. picture" Many parents will en about ten days due to illness. Sunday evening Mrs. Elizabeth compensation insurance systems financed

And your Bonds are helping this cause joy her booklet on how a child Smith of Crawfordville will be through greater payroll taxes on employers, would
and Taff has the Methodist Church to'
develops at different ages Mrs. Commodore returned here at
more than a little. how parents can open the doors home from Tallahassee show slides of her trip to Europeand binder industry's ability to provide economic growthand

Get in the U. S. Savings Bonds habit, Called "A."Creative It costa Life only for thlrt YourChlldrf'n. ). Memorial Hospital. Russia.Invited.The public It will Is be cordially a of Manufacturers new job opportunities, the National Association

and before you know it, )ou11 have apocketful five rents and can be ordered Mr. E. C. Hammick left special treat to see and hear maintain
from the Superintendent of As of the federal
proposed
about Mrs. Smith's trip. one consequence
of red white and blue green Documents In Washington D. CIt Wednesday for Jamestown,
Tennessee to be with his mother standards unemployed would be providedwith
,
persons
stuff that'll come in mighty handy just s good to know our childrencan The Cox family had a family
!grow In skills with the who underwent surgery. gathering on Sunday at the tax-free income for a full year. In many states

when you need it most. are simplest at any play local material.store Supplies All we Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter this would compare favorably with the net wages

need to give are some penniesand and daughter, Cindy, left Wed- Harms and also attended the many workers would receive on the job-hardly an

some patience.The nesday for Kansas City, Mo. Baptist Church Homecoming. I incentive for of those of work
U.S.
Bonds to
out diligently
Buy Savings where Richard has been trans- Coming from Baldwin, Fla. some
ferred. He is in the military were her sister and husband, search for productive employment.
STAR SPANGLED SAVINGS PLAN & Travellers Tree seen atFlorida'
& > service They have been here Maud and Lynwood Watts; bro-
CSSTr* Cypress Gardens has Carried to admittedly ridiculous extremes, this
FOil
ALL AMERICANS )
several Mrs. Mil- ther Clinton Cox of Highland
leaves which always fan out days visiting ,
in an east-west direction ler'i parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. View his son, Gene and wife program would make it more profitable for a person

B. Forbes, Jr. from Birmingham; brothers, to be unemployed in one state than to put in
,
Leo and Paco and their
Norman
,
'. ... . home from Tallahassee While it is admirable to applaud programs to

Memorial Hospital.Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Roberts alleviate poverty-it is also important to view them

and Mrs. Ralph Martin I were called to Albany, Ca., objectively to determine whether or not these pro

HOMEWORK. Should parents help kids with schoolwork weekend and three in daughters Alabama.spent last funeral Monday.of Mrs.They Roberts'attended uncle the, grams are resulting in perpetuating the problem

? Definitely. You can throw light on any subject Earl Miller. they were set up to solve. If the programs destroy

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kemp are individual incentive and competitive opportunity,
with a study lamp that carries the tag of approval by the the proud parents of a daughternamedMaryjultette rather than provide encouragement and guidancefor

Better Light Better Sight Bureau and the Illuminating En- INDUSTRIES MANY September 12th at Tallahassee, born individuals to return to a working society, they

Florida's industries in. should,be rejected.
many Memorial Hospital.Mr.
gineering Society. Proper light for study requires a 200- elude food products chemicalsand

fertilizers, insecticides Robert Roddenberry, our August Employment Gains
watt bulb and a diffusing bowl. Get your children off to a synthetic fibers lumber rural mail carrier, spent several
and timber products -includ. \ days in Orlando on business. While the unemployment for workers as a whole remained ,
good start with an approved lamp. You'll protect young In* furniture and paper, cigars, at the July level of 4.5 per cent in August 1965, the lowest level

and electronic components of Sealy Crum has discontinued since October, 1957, the job picture improved in August for
eyes and lighten the assignment load seeing better Florida several is boat also manufacturers the home his grocery store and gone backto Negroes teen-agers, blue-collar workers and those who had

plants supplying the air and work for Fenton Jones. been unemployed for a long time.
makes studying easier. Grades brighten, too. missile industry and many In August the unemployment rate among* Negroes at 7.6

small manufacturing firms per cent was somewhat less than double the white rate of 41
7 eRw Cfi7b leltif per cent. If had been considerably more than double the white

li flU' FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION rate in July and it most months of the last two years. The
n teen-ager rate declined from 13.2 per cent to 12,4 per cent;
rot tM-ftnm IMVtS1011'OWWO fifcnwc OWS."rLJ Low-Calorie Fudge
I I blue collar workers from 5.5 per cent to 6 per cent.

Through the ytars-mort electric living at a lower average cost m An example of this progress in Negro employment is shownin
General Electric Company's publication "At Work in Indus

try Today," detailing 50 case reports on Negroes at work,
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