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: October 21, 1965
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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;':>I t'll .. ', STATEMENT BY ATTORNEY .
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; _;;. .. ". 'j questions arising from the
I 1 If' ,: President's announcement of a I
vast new influx of Cuban refu-
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L" diction of the Federal government -
) The State of Florida has
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,. no right to deny or prevent entrance -
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t ., :] national origin. I
I'-;- All of us, unfortunately, havea '
r r great and long memory of the I

i burden placed on the State's economy ,
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during the past few years .: L (
by the mass of refugees from ',
Cuba that .entered this county,
between 1959 and 1964, And ;J,. f

I we are naturally apprehensive ,.' .. 1
1. t rh i about the additional burden that ,'. .
TI would occur with the entranceof '
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I' new refugees. You will remember I ,., 1 JJ' .

_____ there was a concen- 4 ;"II
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1 trated effort? re-locate the refugees I ":f. t;
In va oars sections of the -
United State \ where It was felt
\ they could work Into the eco-

nomy', and I underhand that r M
some 140-thousand out of 200-

thousand have been successfully N NY
re-located by civic and religious

: 4 groups in cooperation with the
government's re-location pro

:! eral gram.We government are hopeful will that again the Fed-act

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Nt1ry:: with due speed to re-locate the S P k r
new refugees as soon as practi-
cable and we hcbe also that the
Federal authorl will respond

with financial help so that too ,',
great a burden will not be placed -
on our economy again. '


Wakulla County Farm Family Prepares for Meal Time at Farm RECOVERED ENGAGEMENT TOLD ,

left to Mr. and Airs. George Creech Mrs. George Walker, Mr. Walker, Harold and Hank Crrech
right ,
Tallahassee, Fla. The Florida The engagemept of Miss Sherry Lynne Massimlnl to Robert Cecil "
.- CANCER SOCIETY Insurance Depertme,;, recovered Wright has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank N.
GROCERIES GROWN ON FARM OF GEORGE R. WALKERSThe FLORIDA $1,401 for 117 Floridians Massimlni, Dow ngtown, Pennsylvania. Her fiance Is the son of
HOLDS ANNUAL MEETINGTwo who overpaid their auto- r Mr. and Mrs. Cecil L. Wright of CrtwfordviUe, Florida. f

16 to Oct. 30 at the Fairgrounds hundred and five voting mobile Insurance during Sept The bride Is graduate of DownIngtown High School and attended -

farm is profitable in more on Monroe Street Ex- delegates, representing a mem- ember. the University of Arizona.
ways than one to the George hibits will include cattle, swine bership of 65,000 volunteers in State Treasurer-Insurance : Her fiance, a graduate of Crawfordville High School, recently
and poultry raised for 4-H and sixty-nine units of the Commissioner Broward Williams : .completed four years' service with the United States Air Force and
R Walker family, chosen Wa. county
said today a regular audit of all
Florida Division of the American is employed by Southeastern Telephone Company.The .
kuUa County's Outstanding Farm FFA youth. There will also be I
risk automobile insurance
competition for horticulture, Cancer Society, Sunday assigned wedding will be at 7i30 in the evening on November 26,
of 1965.
Family named their for the policies reveals over 1965, In the Clen Moore Methodist Church, Clen Moore, Pennsyl-
home furnishings handicraft
The Walkers produce 90 per charges on premiums. I
Sam Den- vania. Friends of the family are Invited to attend.
cent of all their food on the farm, knitting hobbies, crochet work, coming year, Wesley Routinely, the Department's t
including their ,own beef, pork hand embroidery and clothing 31 alyt ham, M. D. of Jacksonville Financial ResponsibihtyDivieion HALLOWEEN SAFETY
The election was held atthe
and garden vegetables While notifies the Insurance companies -
conclusion of annual
cattle and hogs are the pnnci business conference a two-day at Miami's oUts findings and seeks a refund WARNING DRIVERS TO SAVE

pal product of the farm, they APALACHICOLA SEAFOOD DuPont Plaza Hotel.Dr. if it is warranted. Halloween activitlesagain THEIR OWN LIVES
also enjoy growing corn velvet Williams said most of the overcharges
FESTIVAL SATURDAY Denham became active In will bring youthful
are made through a so:1a Tallahassee Colonel H. N.
okra and oth-
beans peas, the Society in 1957 as a mem- trick and treaters dark
Sponsored by nine and miscalculation of the premiums nation's KIrkman, Director of the Department -
er vegetables. city ber of the Duval County Unit. onto our ,
Walker, 63, has farmed !''n county organizations, A palachlcola He was named chairman of the by promptly Refunds are main and rural streets where of Public Safety, announced -
Wakulla County for 25 years '. second annual Seafood Committee of Cytology which paid upon notification, they will become one of the today that 35,216 hazardous -
and is a second generation Festival has been set for Satur- stimulated state-wide Interest in he said. traffic problems, A. M. moving violation arrests
farmer He currently has 350 of day, October 23, 1965, with cytological screening of women. During August, the Department Early Jr. Regional Man- were made by Troopers during
his 450 acres under cultivationon plans underway to be hosts to The screening technique has recovered $1,571 for. 86 agerofthe Allstate Motor Club, the past 11 weeks of the .
policyholders overpaid.Farmerswho Selective Enforcement
over 5,000 visitors from Ceor- Program.
Route 2, Crawfordville He been adapted by many physicians pointed out today."Although
sells most of his farm prod- gia, Alabama and Florida Dr. Sam WHley l Denham in their private practices.In drivers always the"During Patrol this all out effort by
points. 1958 he was elected to the should be on the lookout for to reduce the tragic
Monticello and Quincy
ucts at With a registration last year of WAKULLA CANCER UNIT Society's State Board of Directors .65 FEED GRAIN DIVERTEr children, the added hazard of and unnecessary wrecks occur-
markets 3, 800 visitors, plans are under and was presented a National children crossing streets at ing on our Florida highways,
His wife Inca enjoys freez- way this year for many Interest- HOLDS BOARD MEETINGThe I ACS Award in 1959. He was ORES MAY BE GRAZED night, from street corners and which have killed 1,274 per-
ing much of the produce for their Ing events which will keep the Division Vice President in 1962 NOVEMBER I from behind parked cars, often sons thusfar in'65 Florida ]
home use, usually freezing two family entertained from the big Wakulla County Cancer and 1963 and President-Elect in wearing dark costumes, Increases way Patrol Commandersthroughout
item and hogs per year along parade which kicks off at I0t30 Society held their unit Board 1964. In November of 1964, I diverted acreage the danger of them being the state have pre-
with the vegetables. Currently AM, EST, through downtown meeting October 11, 1965, at he was chairman of the Planning under the 1965 feed grain program hit by a car', Eisenbartsaid. selected those roads In their areas -
stocking the farm are SO beef Apalachlcola, followed by a the Florida Power Lounge in Committee of the Southeastern will soon be able to graze where the greater numberof

cattle and 125 bogs short speaking program!; which Crawfordville, Florida, with States Cancer Seminar, held in this acreage,without losing, _pro- "Parents of young trick and wrecks have occurred In the
Mrs. Walker, a native of Ab- will feature Florida Secretary of Mrs. J. D.. Turner, President, Jacksonville.Dr. gram benefits, J. K. Moore, treaters can help Insure their past and assigned additional
beville, Ala, earned her AS State TomAdams as the princi- presiding. Denham is a graduate of Chairman, Agriculture Stabilization safety by making sure their personnel over and above those
and MA degrees in college and pal speaker; into the big free The minutes were read and ap- Emory University, B. S. degreein and Conservation Coun- child can see and be seen at normally assigned with specific
completed a year of advanced seafood dinner at noon. In the proved.A 1943 and M. D. from the ty Committee, has announced.The night, Eisenbart added. Instructions to rigidly enforce
studies. Her daughter, Daisy, afternoon at 2:30 Tallahassee's financial report was given Medical School 1946. Here starting date for such graz "Children should be Instructedto the law, "stated Col. KIrkman.
Little Big Top Circus consist- by Mrs. Nelton Jemlgan, stat- Ingwill be November 1, marking Over thirty-five thousand violators -
married to George Creech, he also engaged in cancer research remove their Halloween costume
now ing of school children from six ing that the total receipts for concerning basic enzyme the end of the 6-month per- masks when crossing have felt the Patrol's
completed a is year active college in church to sixteen, will be held at the 1965 contributions was $1- studies in female genital can- iod during which the no grazing streets to avoid having their vision sting when they were caught following -
The family in effect under too closely
Memorial Ball Park. 300.76. conducted under provision was ; violatingstop
activities. cer, a project obstructed. If their costume -
and community Apalachicola Municipal AIr- The election of new officersfor the direction of Dr. Al Foraker. the diversion program Is basically dark, a whit signs or signals; falling to
Walker is a member of the Wa port, with it's 3-mile long concrete the 1965-66 year were is In accepting his new office, The Chairman stressed, how- scarf or handkerchief should be yield the right of way; drivingover
kulla County Chamber of Com follows Mrs. D. Turner ever, that this relaxa- the center line; improperly -
J. program
runways, will be the place : Dr. Denham commended the tied around an arm, or a white
merce the Masonic Lodge at to see the latest model aircraft President; Mrs. Nelton Jemlgan, thousands of volunteers who contribute tion regarding use of the acre- bag for their treat goodies changing lanes driving at a
Crawfordville and the 0 'of displayed by eleven major aircraft Secretary-Treasurer; Mrs. Joyce their services to the So- age applies only to grazing the should be given them to carry. rate of speed which was unlaw-
Eastern Star in Crawfordville. manufacturers. Aerial Lewis, Public Education; Mrs. year-round cancer control feed grain diverted acres. Hayon ful or unsafe for the conditions
Mrs. Walker also is active in clubs from throughout the South- Ralph Brown, Cancer Preven- programs and announcedthat such acreage still may not BAND NENfSBYDouglas and other accident causing traf-

the Chamber of Commerce, Or. east are expected to fly-In al10. tion Study; Mrs. Anita Townsend the 1965 Educational: and be harvested. Land diverted fic violations.
Reserve Col. KIrkman concluded
underthe Conservation with
Service; Mrs. Fred Crusade in Flori-
der of Eastern Star, PTA and A square dance exhibition will Keightley, Publicity; Mr. O. E. da had been the most successfulever Program may not be grazed or Wright this word of advice to all mo-
Crawfordville Woman's Club. follow at 4:00 P. M. at down- Hendrlckson, Crusade Chairman conducted. He reportedthat harvested through the whole Under the leadership of Mr. torists, "almost everyone in-

She is a member of several pro- town Market Street, and a ; and Mrs. Forest Coxen, more than $1,285,000 had year. Skip West and direction of Drum volved a traffic crash can figure -
fessional organizations, Including Teenage Street Dance at 8:00 Chairman of Cancer Dressings. been contributed to the Crusadeby County farms participating in Major Doug Wright, the Panther out how it could have been
P.M. Mrs. Anita Townsend and Mrs. Florida citizens from all the 1965 feed grain program Band Is expecting the best year prevented after it happens. Try
Florida Educatonal: Association Among the many other outstanding Joyce Lewis were appointed to counties and from businesses, number about 42. Approxi- in the history of the Band. We to figure this out before It happens

National Educational events, the Phllaco the by-laws committee and report trades, Industries, federal and mately 1,100 acres have been have gone through four very successful by, driving defensively.
Association, Kappa Delta PI Women's Club will sponsor an back their suggestions at other employee group throughout diverted from feed grain pro- shows this eason and are
(scholarship honorary, and art exhibit at the park by the the next meeting.The the state. duction on these farms.NOTICE really looking forward to the

DeKa Kappa Gamma. LeMoyne Art Foundation of Tallahassee Board of Directors for the "Surely, any physician who rest.We
All are members of the Baptist ) plus a guided tour 1965-1966 year are Mr. O. E. serves the cancer patient is in have many events this year
Church through historic Apalachicola Hendrickson, Mrs., Nell Russ, deepest gratitude to the assistance besides Football. We will go to
The Walkers, along with oth Before the big Festival Ball at Mrs. Margaret Taylor, Mr. and of the American Cancer the North Florida Parade on the NOTICE
er outstanding farm families 9:00 P.M. at the Armory, a Mrs. J. M. Gwtn, Mrs. Pauline Society. For me, it is a debt Dr. P. H. Smith, Director of 26th of October; Band Day at
selected from 14 counties in the gigantic fireworks display will Wetherington, Mrs. Essie Cog- and also a personal privilege tc the Wakulla County Health De- F. S. U. on the 20th of Novem-
Big Bend will be honored at be featured at 7tOO P.M., at dill, Mrs. Newell Ladd, Mr. continue the Crusade against each one ber and, of course, Contest. Sopchoppy High School
the North Florida Fair here Battery Park. After the crowning Lee Work, Mrs. Peggy Deal, cancer. who is panning to work In the This year the Band has a very Homecoming Oct. 22
of the Seafood Festival Mrs. Hannah Dykes, Mrs. C. C. Food Booths at the Northwest eligible group of officers. Theyare The JUNIOR CLASS Is sponsoring -
Oct. 29! and 30. A banquet Is Queen, will be drawings for oil Cargal, Mr. Jimmy Helms, Mr. Florida Fair beginning October as follows President, J. D. their
planned for the .families the paintings and a vacation lot on Ralph Brown, Mrs. Florida Roberts 25th contact this office for Harvey; Secretary, Anne Ma-
night of Oct. 29, and a tour of beautiful St. George Island. Mrs. Barrie Clover, Mrs. Fillers About Fire your Health Card. this; Librarians, Cindy Russ and ANNUAL FISH FRY
Tallahassee U scheduled the This year's Seafood Festival Helen Bea slay, the Rev. Jesse Pam Oliver; Acting Reporter, Serving Times 00-7i00 P.M.
following day. coordinated by the Apalachicola Baker, Mrs. Forest Coxen. a Fire killed 11,800 people Doug Wright.We .
The of. Chamber Commerce and There being no further business In the United States bat year,_ hope that all of Adult Plates $1.00
top' quality produce
farms throughout North Florida directed by Chairman Fred 11.MaylOn. the meeting adjourned. according to National Fire Protection e The coat of fire In the United come out to the football gamer, Child Plates $ .75
Association figure State exceeded: 11.0 billion lot both the team and the Band need
win be on exhibit at the Nearly 30 per cent of the vic- year, National Fir Protection your support. Sopchoppy School Cafeteria
fair which will run from Oct. time wen children Association figure show..L. Sopchoppy FloridaP


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THURSDAY. NONDISCRIMINATJONFlorida LEGAL NOTICEIn Judicial Circuit of the State of Board of County Commif-
I the
= 1965 That
Central Telephone Florida, In and For Wakulla the following persona to
.. '- ,---'. Company has filed with the the Circuit Court of the County. In Chancery. sinners of election Wakulla officials County have for the General Election to b. held on Monday. I
Second of II
Federal Government a Compliance Judicial Mid-State Homes, Incorporated serve
WAKULLA Florida In and For Wakulla the 2nd day of November 1965i Beef StewPotatoes
Assurance in which it assures ,, a Florida corporation, Clerk Carrots, CeleCabbagePineapple I
the Rural Electrification County.' In Chancery. Plaintiff, River Sink Mrs. Mary Chapman, Salad
Mrs. Jackie
Administration It will com- vs. Peanut Butter Cookies '
ply fully with all requirementsof RAKER, Alfred Revell and his wife, Mrs. Ethel Raker Bread Butter
Telephone WAIiut -U lVlrrlnla Title VI of the Civil Rights Plaintiff, Jeannle Revell, Mrs. Robert Strickland Milk

Act of 1964 and the Rules and vs. DIVORCE Defendants. Ivan Mrs. Lencie Spears, Clerk Tuesday

.' Regulations of the Departmentof DOROTHY RAKER, NOTICE OF MORTCACE Mrs. Iris Ruts Tuna Salad.Sliced ,
Agriculture Issued thereunder Defendant. FORECLOSURE SALE Mrs. Mildred Spears Tomatoes
KlitktUy ,., Editor to the end that no personin Mrs. Edith Allen Green Beans
the United States shall, on NOTICE TO APPEAR TOt Whom It May Concern

Fred Kelghtley, ;Publisher; the ground e>; race, color, or Notice is hereby given pursuant Spring Creeks Mrs. Elm Forbes, Clerk JeliowFruitSaltines Bread
n' Mrs. Docla Hodge -
national origin, be excluded The State of Florida Toi to a Final Decree of Fore-
Clover Cookies
Entered at Crawford tlle. Florida from participation in, be den- Dorothy Raker, 205 Third closure dated the 11th day of Mrs. Sybil Lee Oaks Milk .
ied the benefits of, or be other- Street, Albany, Georgia. October, 1965, and entered in Mrs. Mattie Wednesday I
M second clan matter. Subwrlp wise subjected to discriminationIn You are hereby notified that Chancery Case No. 1344 of the Arrant Mrs. Marie Hendron, Clerk Hot Dogs

tins rsUj.3.QO per year the conduct of its program suit divorce has been Circuit Court of the Second Judicial Mrs. Carrie Harvey Cole Slaw
and the operation of its facili brought against you by Burdell Circuit, in and for Wa George NazworthMrs. Potato ChipsMandarin

.I ties. Under this Assurance Raker, in the Circuit Court of kulla Florida, In the Debra Pelt Oranges

thlt organization Is committed Wakulla County, Floirda, and above style cause, I will sell C-vtllet Mrs. Lauvenia Moore, Clerk Bread Butter
HENRY WILLIAMS nOUodl: crlmlnate against any you are hereby required to file to the highest and best bidder Mrs. Ollle Barrow Milk
person .on the ground of race, with the Clerk of the Circuit for cash at the front door of the
REALTY color or national origin in its Court of said county your writ- Wakulla County Courthouse in Mrs. Lena Harvey Thursday

policies and practices relatingto ten defenses, if any, in said CrawfordviUe, 11:00 Henry Vause SpaghettiMeat
applications for service or suit and to serve a copy of same o'clock A. M. Florlda1at day of Sopchoppyt Mrs. Annie Lee Simmons, Clerk Sauce

Reg. Real'; Estate Broke any other policies and practices on A. 1.. Porter, CrawfordviUe, November, 1965, the following Luther Kilgore Turnip Sauce Greens
relating to treatment of beneficiaries Florida, attorney for the plain- described property, in Wakulla Freeman Pigott Apple
St. Marks Flo.' and participants including tiff, on or before the 30th day County, as set forth in said FInal Mrs. Thalmage Crum Bread Butter

Phone rates, conditions and of October, A.D. 1965. Herein Decree, towitsCOMMENCE Mrs. Joyce C. Pigott, Alternate Cornbread
741 extension of service, use of Milk
any fall not or a decree pro con- at a point Smith Creeks Mrs. Myrtle Brown, Clerk
of its facilities, attendance at fesso will be entered against 771.4 feet West of the Mrs. Alma Langston Friday
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES and participation in any meetIngs -
Northeast comer of the Mrs.Helen Kyle Hamburger
of beneficiaries and you.WITNESS
parti- the Honorable W. Southeast Quarter of Section Mrs. Minnie Lee Langston Parsley Potatoes
Associate: cipants or the exercise of any May Walker, one of the judgesof 3, Township 5 South, Range Tossed Salad
.. M. Hatcher, Sr. rights of such beneficiaries and said court, and the seal 2 West, Wakulla County, Panacea Durwood Vause, Clerk Peach HalvesHomemade
participants in the conduct of thereof, at CrawfordviUe, Wa- Florida, said point is located Richard Mink Rolls
Phone WA" 6.3201 the operations of this organization. kulla County, Florida this 876 feet East of the cen- Forbes Goodman Clay Bread ButterMilk

.--., 28th day of September, A.D. ter of Otter Creek; thence Benjamin Metcalf

If You Need. Any person who believes himseLf 1965. run South degrees 55 min- Me da it: Mrs. Viola Tully, Clerk
or any specific class of /Moody Pearce, utes West, 131.0 feet to the' Mrs. Verdie Eubanks
e OfficeSuppliesKusine&s individuals, to be subjected by Clerk Circuit Court point of beginning. From Mrs. Luxie Carter
organization to discrimination NEW ATTENDANCE MARK
Machines prohibited by Title Viol Wakulla County, FloridaA. said point of beginning con- Ira Whaley SET AT SIX FLAGS

e Office Furniture the Act and the Rules and Regulations L. PorterCnwfordville tinue South degrees 55 St. Marks Mrs. Luther Franklin, Clerk OVER TEXAS

See or Call Issued thereunder Florida minutes West, 215.0 feet; Mn. Myrtle Shields Six Flags Over Texas, nationally
thence North 84 05
himself Attorney for Plaintiff Mrs. Dewy Bishop acclaimed historical
may, by or a represen-
RANEY WHALEYat 4t9301071421. minutes west, 101.0 feet; Mrs. Bertie theme
tative, file with the Secretaryof Cogglns amusement park locatedIn
thence North 5 degrees 55
Agriculture, the Rural Elec- Wakulla Mrs. Pauline Clerk Arlington midway between
minutes East 215.0 feet Weatherlngton,
trification Administration ; Dallas and Fort Worth recorded
or thence South 84 Mrs. Sara Meador
degrees 05 1,625,743 admissions
CAPITAL OFFICE organization, or a 11, a writ- LEGAL NOTICE OF ELECTION through
Mrs. Edna Lovett
minutes East 101.0 feet
CO. to Sunday, October 10, topping the
ten complaint. Identity The biennial district electionfor the point of be ginning, con- Mrs. Maude Core 1964 season attendance record of
Sit South Admit St. complainants be kept confidential -
the of taining one-half acre more Mrs. Marie Drake 1,622,56 visitors.
purpose electing Newport: Clerk
Corner E. Peaa.coiaTALLAHASSEE. except to the extent
less.Datedthis. Another month and one-half
Trustees and
the O. Z. Lambert
FLORIDA to out the determining
necessary carry pur- remains on the Six Flags 1965
poses of the Rules and Regula- district millage for the next 12th day of October, Offle B. Crantham season with the Park operating
tions. twoyearswlU be held Tuesday, A. D. 1965. Mrs. Willis S. Ladd on Saturdays and Sundays only

-- .. 2t-10/l4.2l. November 2, 1965. Any regis- /./ Moody Pearce Vereeni Flake) Miller, Clerk until closing on November 28.
tered voter may vote in the Clerk of the Circuit Court Gene Miller In announcing; the new attendance -
LEON SEPTIC TANK, Trustee election. Any register- Circuit Court Seal) Otis Langston record, Six Flags' founder
ed voter who a tax realor It-10/21. G. Jr.
SERVICED pays on Thomas Angus Wynne president
personal property within the Tommy of Great Southwest Corporation,
Out LEGAL NOTICE district shall be entitled to vote nwner/nneratnrB of the! popular
Clean I INGER electric sewing machine
tr ctfonaiiC" he
In in the millage election The -I success
County Judge's Court
cabinet like
RepairNew new. of Six Flags which has
Wakulla usual polling for each now
County, Florida Sewsj forward and, rererae. All
Installation shattered the previous season'sattendance
will be used Taxes Going Up
precinct at this
The Best For Less ESTATE of JOHN W. FORREST, election. attachment for making but- mark for the fourth
Deceased. tonholes, sJi-sa.ilng and fancy consecutive year is a never endIng -
.'- S. E. Roddenberry, stitch designs. Fully sjuaran- of It
source gratification.
TelephoneTallahassee NOTICE TO CREDITORS Chairman, Board of Public. teed. Can be seen In your sue*. Over one-third of the children In Many StatesThirtytwo also is a challenging thing and
877.1773 To All Persons Having Claims Instruction Make eight monthly payment killed in dwelling fires are alone one which we delight in accept
after 6:00 or Demands Against Said Estates William W of 14 Bl or will discount for when the fire breaks out, according ing, for In order to maintain and
p.m.OPPORTUNITY !. You and each of here- caah. Write: Credit Manager to National Fire Pro- of the 47 states increase Six Flags' popularity
by notified and you are William E. Whaley, 122 8. Clearwater Road, largo tection Association studies. with legislative sessions dur- we must put our best brains and
required to file
claims Superintendent, Board of Florida. ing 1965 adopted new taxesor talents to work each season for
demands which
any Public Instruction new ideas, rides shows and attraction
you, or either of you, may increased existing taxes. ,."
have against said estate in the 4t-9/30,10/7,14,21. These actions, according to Six Flags, which opened in
office of Hon. George L. Harper the Tax Foundation, are estimated 1961, has now been visited by
County Judge of Wakulla / to add $1.3 billion a more than 6,500,000 people from

County, at his office In the year to state tax revenues, a every state in the Nation, and
Court House in CrawfordviUe FLORIDA countless foreign countries.
Florida within six calendar, I Y STAT.Ei 5.4 percent increase over 1964.
i Twenty states, however,
months from the time of the
Most of the time the people
first publication of this notice. I either voted down or did not.
who jump at conclusions, fail
s Each claim or demand must be act on still other tax propos
to land facts. N. D. Wilcox
writing and contain the placeof als to expand revenues by an
residence and post office address TODAY TI-IRU. SATURDAY TODAY THRU. SAT .additional $1.7 billion per The Elysian (Minn.) Enter-

of the claimant and must I I f year. As of mid-September prise.
be sworn to the claimant
by ,
his agent or attorney, or the Michael Caine "A S.WINCIN" SUMMER proposals for increases of $1.3 Fishing will do a lot for a

1-For a future with a well known same shall be void. billion annually were still man, but it won't make him

Midwest Manufacturing Firm. Ill Floy F. GaNunAdministratrix MINIMUM WAGE In ex- In. and"PLEASURE pending, but at least $1.1 billion truthful. Geo. B. Bowra, Aztec

W.are now offering exclusive c.t. a. of the plaining his opposition to Increasing SEEKERS" of the total appeared to Independent (N.Mex.) Review.
distributorship for a patented Estate of John W. Forrest the minimum wage "THE IPCRESS FILE"PERRY have very little chance of approval -
I product. No competition. Habit is like soft bed-
Factor/ trained personnel will Flshback, Davis, Dominick C from $1.25 to $1.75, Rep. E. Y. in 1965. a
easy to get into but hard to get
assist: you In letting up a tried Berry (R.-S.D.) said, "Wouldit
and proven advertising and mer- 170 East Washington Street not be better to permit our out of it. Harold S. May, The
Orlando, Florida Florence (Ala.) Herald.NOTICE .
chandliing program. 100 youth to learn trades at salaries HIGHWAY W CAPITOL DRIVE-IN
mark up. Investment guarantee Attorneys for Administratrix, than to force A I ..
d. Minimum investment c.t.a. they can earn OUTDOOR ON WOCDVIllE HWY.
$1,000. Maximum .$14,000All 4t-10/ them out into the street and

replies confidential. Fa: into deliquency. roles?" Today thru Sat,
information write Director 01 luaay, Fri. 0 Sat
Marketing, P. O. Box 14049, all SPECIALS FRI. SAT, HON. AND ...
of e
o Almost 60 per cent Mure than 6,500 people last
St. Louis, Missouri 63178.
UNITED MARKETING COM- dwelling; fires start In living year were victim of fires in

PANY, 6286 Bartmer Avenue, rooms or kitchen, according their own home, National Fire "THE TRUTH "CHE'CoNN! AUTUMN"
St. Louis Mo. 63130. National Fire Protection Association Protection Association figures
research. indicate.
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Ckildrn'i Faf"/t.1W.; Tout,
Gass.. Hobbift Oa-8up 8rrte for IS REQUESTED OF ALL REGISTERED Bama MAYONNAISE .

Baby Aoetttvnt. Fertilizer qt. 49c
Seed ,
River Mills 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 828.1146BakerAlford VOTERS IN WAKULLA COUNTY FOR THEM
Mil S. lion... ph. 223-0274 Poultry Supplies

Garden Tools TO BRING THEIR TAX RECEIPT TO THE I TOMATOES No. 303 can, 8 for 89c



TJU Partt # W

Anything for your 'auto trunk ECTION. BANANAS . 2 Ibs. 25c
Ligkt Wtigkt ..;4 R..J4r 'j or tractor. Also for your power
lawnmovtr, and much for
C'owitt pioelt'i i boaL., your. ANY REGISTERED VOTER IN THE COUNTY SHOP
and I II 208 N. Adama HERE.FOR YOUR
Hanson, Wood St. Ph 222-8S80
I Hoel Indo Inc. Capital Stone Co. MAY CAST HIS OR HER VOTE FOR

I Ttl. 222-1840 P. O. Box MlIM. .
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Yeager, 60S W. CatoM SC-rTtL 221-0711 241 AND '100.251. SHOP LOCALLY AMD SAVEPIGOTT'S .

.v. : .Walter r. Baehaa. M 'r. ,

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Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director ,
Phone 697.3366CARRABELLEFLA.


SERVING WAKUllA COUNTY Nova Super Sport Coup 1

ALL NEWt CHEVY II I cam i iCorsa ,

Sport Coupe
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Stan Musial says '66 CORVAIR UNIQUE J

My bank "Persons under 21


knows all need understandingof


the answers. Florida Laws"In

Try a message to Florida parents today, Stan Musial HIGHLY '
it. \k\k1 explained the importance of understanding the laws of FOR

; He said that all State laws are important, but he CITRUS, AZALEA,
one law which specifically
emphasized concerns persons
under 21. ,
0 e
"It is unlawful in Florida for a person under the PARTICULARLYEFFECTIVE

1 age of 21 to have in his or her possession alcoholic 11O L K AGAINST
beverages of any kind.
I on spell
What happens when the
law is broken? READILY WITH

ci Persons under the age of 17 ISOTOXTO
are turned over to the juvenile
authorities, and a juvenile rec GIVE EXCELLENT
ord is established by the court. 'tee ivt.
-U Persons over the age of 17 OVER-ALL
are arrested They are fingerprinted .
'S S by officers and a set of PEST CONTROL

these fingerprints are sent to ,_ .., .....
the Federal Bureau of Investigation 4I N MM OKM Mf 11.n
/ have! in Washington, D. C.,
where they become a part of
the violator' permanent criminal
record. The violator can be
fined or imprisoned The pun Harden Your
4 And ishment can be as much a. 6 TAN MUSIAL Chairmen. of Mi*
you re months in jail or a $500 fine. PVoelo'onra Council en "",IIe.' ,If-
Plants for WinterWITH
mar end urarM-nnowmrf "..."." ,L
What are the far-reaching Cftomplen. .,..... for the FlorMeVolunteer
consequences? Group. fill Untforatondlnfalcoholic .

\ ( right as usual! When admission considering, registrars studentsfor of col beverages from a retailer ARMOURSHRUB
if the
leges must first consider those ldlehis is convictel
students of highest character. he beverage
Boys and girls who have anarrest license and his business, i
even though he was not aware
record for alcoholic
I beverages possessing Wore 21 will he was selling to a minor, The WINTERIZERRYE ,
\ have a difficult time makingthe source of support for his wife
entrance lists. and family could be taken
Chances for military service away
could be Impaired.Persons with "Make sure that your
criminal records must receive GRASS SEED
special waivers before being accepted son or daughter.under 21
by the military services fully understands this Plant Now for Winter
but And if will be eitremely diM Florida law To protect the
There be few don't know
might a things we we cult to enter Officers Candi. future of young men and
date School.
know everything about banking! That's why you're so confident A man or woman under 21 women, encourage them
will find that this arrest record not to drink before 21." ONION
. when you come to us. You know that we know what we're doing! will hurt his chosen career
Advancement will come more Stan Munal e presented

Savings Accounts, Checking Accounts, a Complete Loan Service, slowly, if at all Florida tAil menage State on behalf of the SETSQT.
Beverage Department

Who else is hurt? and the Florida Volunteer __
Safe Deposit Boxes, Travelers Checks, expert Financial Advice: When a person under 21 I Group for Understanding through
misrepresents his age and buy. the courtesy of this MWlpa r. :: 30c
whatever your banking need, we're ready to help.

Remember the name of our bank the next time you're he Old 1um&tt LOCAL APALACHICOLA PAINTER DISPLAYSAT Florida 90 Plant Now for

looking for Full Banking Services. Many fine people dot! Mri. B. A. Ron of Spring The. Best ForFlorida Green in 6 Weak Onions

Creek has accepted an invitationto
participate in an Art Exhibitin

LEWIS STATE BANKFlorida's / October Apalachicola 23:, in conjunction: on Saturday with, CABBAGE, COLLARD AND

*r1'lI the Seafood Festival. The exhibit
will be under the direction: ONION PLANTSORDER
I '" of the LeMoyne Art Foundationof
"The right angle to use in Tallahassee

Oldest doing a hard job Is the try All art will be on display at

angle. the Community House, locate NOW
Member Ftdtrti Deposit Insurinci Corporttten at the foot of Corrie Bridge in
Battery Park. Profit Bred .
Mrs. Ross will exhibit light iM Y
paintings and combination oils.
Those from Wakulla County who Chicks ,
attend the Festival are invitedto
look at Mrs. Ross' work.



Mond aHamburgers Largo Selection of
IF YOU 1965 ElCamino $2295. 1963 Mercury. $1645CAN'T w/Lettuce and
miles, VI automatic trana Tomatoes Garden ToolsAlso l\
I 000 4 door loaded and air sari
radio heater and powerbrakei
ml'on' Honed. Baked Beans
SWING Apricots Milk: JJ '

ANEW 1963 Corvair. $1395 '1964 Ford $1995 Tuesday Garden & Field Seed
Convertible coupe with radio, Giltxio BOO 1 door Hardtop, radio Shepal'a Pie
Uanamlealon htaur automatic trueminion. -
heater. and automatic sad pno __er. Jew Buttered Potatoes.
CAR nuleafo car String Beans

DON'T BLUE. Cherry Cobbler
the'cream new of Iho sswstot lot. Batermc : > 1963 Chevrolet. $1395 1956 Pick up. $395 Bread and Butter
and at a price you'U pow 4 door .t.nd.r.tIft! with radio U ton Chevrolet.. I cylinder and Milk
la a bargain and heater. ready too to work Wednesday Saddles

LOOK AT .THESE! Roast Beef
Rice: S Gravy

1962 Chevy II $995 1959 Truck . $395 English PeasCabbage Bridles
1964 Impala $249! ..doorHd.'Under..utom.ue DODOX I/a Ion pick up made Slaw
radio, healer and to go. Candied Sweet Potatoes
VI I door iport eoupo with-* u'.r:: :: .
air Com
Bread Muffins
die hotter and automiUo Iran w/Butter
mIIIIGS.I MilkThunday Riding Equipment

Monza .' $1795 1962 Chevrolet $1595VI
1964 .Chevelle $1895 1964 1 door Hardtop with radio Chili Beef
I Uallbu I door Hardtop VI ttan" Soyder cbrpr with ISO H 4.F.In Radio the Boor and Turbo beat heater, automaUo trsamlaela.rd Saltine Crackers:
i shift, radio and ef. Peanut Butter Sandwiches -FERTILIZERS
I Peaches
1963 Ford $1195! I .
1960 Plymouth. $495 4 door VI with heater, Friday
1963 VW . $995 VI 4 door with automatic trancmitinn matte traaamlaelon.. tow mew Bologna SandwichesCreamed
Peek op low mlltaie one owner. radio anater. and one owner ear.mks. CornLettuceTomatoe S
Salad SEED
Serve You-327 N. Adams-1414 S. Monroe Banana Pudding .
2 Lots To Bread and Butter


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Fruit Mousse For SEASON CALLS FOR } /. W".lI.LA) 'rtrtWtT> i'r r

1 ". -
Dessert I October Is the month for harI' .
Summer -
vest, hunting fairs, bright tree
colors, football, and Increasing
M.CHICa A f rozJfcdessert in the sum- forest fire danger.The BY Louise C. "Sapp
I mertime is Imperfect ending to is the reason for thorough I presence of crop residues
any meal-specially if it is mixing every time. During: In the fields and falling leaves Mrs. Nellie Raker, who cele-
made with tw fresh fruits mixing, the single stainless'steel in the woodlands always serves brated her 93rd birthday on Oct-
available.To beater moves around the I as I signal to wise farmers to ober 4, was honored with a party
READY FOR DELIVERY readily start their at Otter Lake Oct-
Y5.rd make the refrigerator ice stationary bowl while at the woodland protection Sunday
ober 10. Those
'I program. Fire line plowing attending were
time it turns in the
: cream or frozen dessert smooth same opposite '' should be arranged for, and preparation Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Moore of
and creamy, yoil must whip direction on its own ax- for control burning Lake City Judge and Mrs. Cur-
4 One Day Olds or StartersThey'll the ingredients long enough to is. In this manner, all the in-i areas of heavy fire fuel can be tis Earp of Greenville; Professorand

incorporate the right amountof gredients are whipped while'; made Sam J. loWe, Wakulla Mrs. Emerson Tully and

air, but not so long that you the air is : County Ranger states that recent children, Tallahassee! Mrs.
the cream. With the Here is a delight recipe i weather has been wet e- Ada Tully, who is Mrs. { aker'.
Grow Into separate nough to sister, of Madison Mr. and
for Fruit Mousse, made with prevent many fires. )
KltchenAid food you
preparer The absence of fires brings a Mrs. Delbert Roberts and family -
can whip frozen desserts to fresh raspberries or straw- good opportunity for Forest Ser- Sopchoppy, Mr. and\Mrs.

Real Money Makers For You! perfection in no time at all. berries, that will sparkle any I vice crews. to help in fires prevention Jerry Hodge and family, Tallahassee -
Planetary action is an ex- summer meal-formal or in- Wakulla County has ] Mr. and Mrs. Delton

clusive with KitchenAid and formal. Try it soon. two ((2)) fke plow units availablefor Colvin, Medart; Mr. and Mrs.
fire line plowing. Fire lines Alton McLaughlin, Medart; Mr.
I. FRUIT MOUSSEI are plowed on a first come and Mrs. Wilmer Whaley,

Chick Starter I tsp. gelatine,unflavored 2 tbsp. cold water first served basis for any land- CrawfordvUle; Mrs. Florida

1 pint fresh raspberries or 1V4 cup heavy cream i! owners requesting them. The Whaley Crawfordville! Mrs.
strawberries V4 cup powdered sugar first IS minutes of plowing is Delma Roberts, Sopchoppy; Mr.
free of charge. This time is R. E. Whaley Crawfordville;
CRUMBLES Soften gelatine in cold water for 5 min., then heat. Wash generally adequate for a single Mrs. Carlton Whaley, Craw-
fruit thoroughly and drain Place cream in mixer bowl and whip line around 40 acres or lines a- fordville! Miss Deanna Jo Wha-

with whip attachment, until cream holds its shape. Remove round a rural residence. Addi-l ley, Miss Anna Lynn Whaley,
from bowl and reserve. Place berries in bowl and stir on #1 tlonalfirelines are plowed for 41 Eddie Whaley and Richard Wha-

For Faster Healthier Growlh until l berries are crushed, about\ 1 min. Add sugar and gelatineand fee of $9.00 an hour, which is ley, all of Crawfordville! the
stir until combined, about ft min. Fold in whipped cream operation cost. The plow unit Rev. and Mrs. Roy Rochester,
solid. 6 8. can plow about 3 mph, subjectto Sopchoppy; John Gilbert Law-
W min. Pour into tray and freeze until Serves to
ALSO variation in land. Landowners hon, Sopchoppy, Eddie Lawhon,
-- are urged to place their fire- Sopchoppy; Miss June Roberts;
GROWING CRUMBLES! 1 line plowing requests as early Sopchoppy; and Miss Mattie Re-

LAYING CRUMBLES! STEVE VEL L as possible to permit efficient vell, Crawfordville.
scheduling for crews. "Aunt Nellie", as she is bet-
The Florida Forest Service ter known In the county, received -,
II FULL TIME AND COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE crewswlll also assist landownersin many lovely gifts.

See Us For Complete Line Of planning burning and of'executing areas that control can- Mrs. Zelda Simpson of Tallahassee -

benefit from burning. The is spending a few days
POULTRY FENCE a WATER CHICK FINANCING ARRANGED AT 5-1/4% crews will recommend the pro- visiting her mother, Mrs. Am-

WIRE POSTS FOUNTS FEEDERS : ANY TYPE HOME BUILT ON YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE per technique and preparationfor anda Stuber.
i control of the fire. Forest
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Aplin have
r SERVING: WAKULLA COJMY AND THE CONSTAL AREA Service crews cannot set a fire returned home from vacationingin
to woodlands or assume responsibility -
Pensacola with his sister.
for a fire that Is set.
Watch *for Our grand jptnlnglTALLAHASSEE'S YU4-2601 YU4-7435 W02-2194 But they can and will be present Mr. Ivery Smith has returned
with equipment and men
home after spending several
MOST MODERN WESTERN SHOP PANACEA FLORIDALET to render a landowner all possi- days in Gainesville.
I ble assistance. The help that is
US...BUY OR SELL FOR YOU given In control burning is usual Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rodden-

ly enough to prevent damage to berry of Tallahassee spent the
FRM trees and farm improvements.This weekend visiting his parents,
"GOOD FEEDERS DO BETTER WITH FEEDS AND SERVICE! I Ir control-burn assistance is Mr. and Mrs. Edison Rodden-
I also available on a first come berry.
basis, with crews subject to
RANCH ANDGARDEN I movement to wild fires if they Happy Birthday Myron Hod-
FRM Ott Glen
occur. ge, Caraway Henry
Landowners are urged to con- Ringo and Mrs. Delma Roberts.
CENTER tactthe County Ranger at Telephone -
No. WA 6-3241, or by Mrs. Terry Land and sons,

826 W. Gaines Street Phone 224-7197 coming by the Forest Service office Tracy and Darell, from Pana-
Guff at Crawfordville, Florida, ma City, visited Mrs. L. C.
and arrange for this protection Sapp Thursday. Returning to
I and assistance which is avail Panama City with .Mrs.- Land
I able to them. were her grandparents, Mr) and
Mrs. Bun Simmons.Mr. .

1s CRAWFORDVILLE I and Mrs. T. W. Beasley
returned home after spending

LET IT RAIN! With your new flameless electric dryer, .. s / PERSONALSMrs. several days with the A. P.
.' Helen M. Pearce of Polk Gieger family in Arcadia.
you have no washday problems. And you have time for a '\

coffee break, too. The time you spent hanging up then ,\ City, Florida, and Mrs. FlorIda Dui Fred Becton spent last week
ham of Leesburg,
bringing in, the wash. (No more struggles' with a basket of i\\ the modern way to healCALL Young visited, Mr. and Mrs. Em- with his daughter, Mary Wilson,

wet laundry either!) Invite your neighbor in for..a piping hot cup jl\ U mett Farrell and Mrs. Mabel and her husband, who live in
show off your colorful new electric percolator t I Iand Pearce last week. Ft. Walton. Fred enjoyed look-
ing at the World Series over a
(It's our gift to you if you buy.,your electric dryer Judge and Mrs. A. L. Porter I colored TV set.

between October 1st and November 30th) You get savings too. \ went to the mountains in North
When apparel and linens can be washed and dried quickly Carolina this week especiallyto Mrs. Ray Revell and four
children left last week for Norfolk
> needs fewer sheets and clothes enjoy the beautiful Autumn
foliage.Mrs. Va., where they will join
(A pretty penny with growing children!) And they stay Ray, who is in service on the
new.looking longer-there's no sunfadmg in an electric dryer nEE For our customers- J. D. Turner, President Navy base there. The family

End those rainy-day blues) See your appliance dealer now. 5-cup: Automatic Electric I IWOZ2331 of the Wakulla Unit of the Am- has sent the past year with
(You' love Flesta.perkl) Coffeemaker in tough SOPCHOPPY op CARRABELLECOL.( ) erican Cancer Society, and Rays parents, Mr. and Mrs.
your colorful polypropylene. Mrs. Fred Kelghtley, memberof Raymond Revell.
$8.9O VALUE! : 697-3717 the State Public Relations
':. Committee, left Friday morning Mr. and Mrs. Archie Jones of
I .1 by plane for Miami to attend Jacksonville visited Mrs. Jones
UJo J tkkw1kWaSkd" with a iet W ELECTRIC dryer! the annual State Meetingof mother, Mrs. Alcona Berry, last

the American Cancer Society week.

fhey returned Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. L Davis of
7 Xe +tsb 1f le. e+e f evening.Mrs. Moultrie, Ca. spent the week-

Elvie Hudson motherof end In their Riverview home.
Mrs. Jerry Defend, is in Fort
I YOU* '" Htm oivftiot-owixt niemc toitnun Mrs. Annie Harms, Mr. and
Walton relatives for a
few weeks.visiting Mrs. Ralph Brown enjoyed the
family gathering Sunday after-

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hudson and noon at Mr. and Mrs. Waldo
two sons left for the mountainslast Brown's home at Eastpolnt, Fla.
Thursday for the weekend.Mr. Eugene Brown of Arlington,Va.,
was visiting his parents, Mr. and
ywA and Mrs. J. DeLos Miller Mrs. Waldo Brown.

of Atlanta and Spring Creek are
The W.S. C. S. members join-
spending few days here before
ed the CrawforcViUe membersat
returning to Atlanta.
the Methodist Church

Among tome of the people attending Tuesdayaftemoon. Several district
the University oz Florida representatives from TaUa-
football game last weekend hassee were guest speakers.Mrs. .
were Jewel Hudson
George Marie -Miss Meta
Young Ralph Strickland
:'v'{' iII- u.\" .lO }. OCTOBER 26 THRU 30 Pearce, Mr. and Mrs.,C.Jerry L. Joens roeder, of and Tallahassee Mrs. Margaret spent Sch-

,;../ ,!:: !! Townsend and son, Jack. Tuesday visiting Mrs. Walter

v. ':: tU Sonny Hammlck spent last Harms.
weekend in Crawfordville. He
is a student at Mercer University Mr. Homer Norman of Tallahassee -
PROGRAM in Macon, Georgia. was lay speaker Sunday
0... Bumw Chew IMAM. George Creech Jr. reentered Church, filling the Rev. Baker's
.. T.ah-It.. ('..,... 1M .....
T Ri.u lh1lw FFA SWUM MW .. .,. ... .... ... I:" ..... Tallahassee Memorial Hospital pulpit. The Baker family returned
1'10.... 11_ .... .. ... ... .. ... I'M ..... today. Monday after a week in
81010 AR c.... .... ................... ....n...... I:" .... Van Cleave, Miss., where they
SCHOOL DAY were associated in a camp
... MXF' DISTRICT meeting.Mr. .
C..,. jddaa I t:Mt A.III.
""..... Dt."'''. ,,,.''',' t.M A.III. HELD IN CARRABELLEThe and Mrs. Amos Langston
Mat 4-H ..,.. Stow ........ .. ... .:Mt A.III.
Ckmlita diwwBtorlhm .MII A.III. M.Y.F. of the Crawford- I 1eftSlD1dayforHuntsvllleAla.,
.. 31 A M. visit their Ronnie and
Chew to son
.... .| ....... (All) 1'" .M. vile Methodist Church attended ,
A.|M Stew ..... ......... ....... ........ .. ....... I:M ..M. I Sub-District Meeting on Oct- family.We .
OpM Swtw 8Ww ....... .................... .... ...... .. Ill .M. ober 18, 1965, in Carrabelle. are.:.happy to have Mrs.

THURSDAY OCTOBER ZS-VISITING COUNTY DAY Churches represented were Apalachicola Faye Rouse at home after spend
.......... kw '. .. ........ .. .... t:MHmfr4 ".11I. Carrsffielle, Sop- ing a couple of months Tallahassee -
r + ... Stow Chew SCirrra I''Mn .1 .P.M..11I. choppy and Crawfordville. \ Memorial Hospital.She .
Rtaw-401.... .. I.M PM Those attending from Craw-
Yolk .... Crihutto C.*tnt A...*-....' .. .... ... S:N P.M. fordvlll were Eric Mathli, Se- is making a good recovery.


O.UI .4lif Finn FimniM AnH -rtorMaB Hll S'M P.MB Porter, Sylvia Porter, Diane
>Mo -
4-H Club D.flUftalnlto mie Duggar, Pam Oliver, and
... N":MA... Mrs. Sara Smith, Counselor. ,
"....., C....M II'M-11:''!'_ Crawfordville
the bannerfor
l H-k u< ...* '1''_ . II'W. I:41 P.M.
......1... I:" S:M P.M. the best percentage attend-

PTA Dir ing.Eric I (
. *.**.<*:.. A.... Mathll is Sub-District ,
R.MnltoB .... ... ... .. ...
J.J.4.. C..<..< 1N.tlNN.. .president and Diane Porter is
Ire m.1 Pp.. ,_ .. .. ." II /* I:4S P.M.S .
,.,......1... ... .. :'* S:. P... Secretary. ern

"Tina .ia like
can only spend it once."