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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: February 24, 1966
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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VOLUME 67 NUMBER 26k I CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA TIIIRSDU, '(February 2{,11966| 12127 I Price lOc Per ClIp

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR'AND 1966 FOOTBALL SCHEDULEFOR CHILDREN'S HOME SOCIETY j ..

PEOPLE OF C'VILLE PANTHERSCoach HOLDS MEETINGAt

WAKULLA COUNTY its annual meeting this
Elmer Coker has released -
the 1966 Football sche- Tuesday, February 15, 1966,

"There Is no finer gesture of dule for the Crawfordville Pan- The Children's Home Society,

, ,civic pride and achievementthan them Among the new schoolsare North Central Division, heard
Mr. Anton J. Elcek speak a-
, the constant improvement Branford, Cottondale, Tren- e 1.
bout the needs of ie' e'
dependent
of the commumtyto reflect the ton and Keystone Heights.
of the area. Wakulla children. Mr. Vlcek is the
progress They have replaced Carrabelle,
has suffered from new Executive Director of theChildren's
County apa- Florida School for Boys and
and disinterest in its civic Home Society's ten
thy Rickards. Of the four, only

pride through the years. Thisis Keystone Heights will be played Divisions.Mr. .
being changed however, andit Vlcek spoke of the dram-
away.
is a welcome and positivenote. Spring practice will begin at atic changes in American society -
in the last decade -
in relation
soon as possible after basketball.
"There has been an interestin Some of the major problems will to our mobile populationand

the historical heritage of the be to find replacements for a 11 employment. He empha-
sized the need for social)
more
Mrs. Elizabeth Smith has
area. four backfield positions. In the
services to families since it is
contributed immeasurably to the
line, only three starters were
early life of the county in her lost via graduation, but without no longer possible for people to

monthly newspaper and other Donnie Sparkman John Harrell, depend on their own family

related articles printed in the and Danny Miller, things still members for help when they ..sTff
Tallahassee Democrat and other don't look good. live so far apart from one an- }

other. In referring to changes
papers. This has brought aboutan Key men back include Em-
understanding to others of the in American employment pat-
mett Ferrell a letterman at
terns he stressed the fact that ,
historical felt in this
pride end, Hoppy Strickland, whowill there are no\ ten million full '- .
county. be switched from guard to end, ,. "
time employees, 1/3 of whomare .
'Various communities within Lloyd Paulk returns to tackle .

the county have asserted them- Richard Wigtnton, a starter at women, and that of these : ; ; : j i'"': .; ,
approximately seven
selves in making known then I center last year will be movedto women .2, ",. .
children
million have schoolaged .
civic pride. St. Marks has been tackle this spring. At the -
.
t.t..
who need child care services 1m
leader in improvement and guard positions, Bobby Porter ii' .. II!
which are presently not .
betterment of the community. and Jim m i e Duggar seem the .::.. : .8 .
available. Vlcek said that "
dedicat- rapid ',..
The recent ceremony i best bets, with Eric Mathis at such the :
social changes as .
'
ing the St. Marks Museum is ar Center. above make for insecurity in .0:...:.\ .....
example. It was justly fitting David I Harvey will probably "

that the speaker on that occasion replace David Wilson at American parents. They can .
quarterback
.
longer feel comfortable -
no passing
Justice B. K. Roberts with Butch Taff, Clint

should detail the history of hi: Nazworth, Larry Strickland, and children on information because what to their they 'S'

native county. Mike at the
Harvey running
might teach today probably will i
"The of Panacea Is
community backs Cook
replacing Dusty (
not be applicable tomorrow or
has been in the forefront 01 ci- Don Currie and Jerry She Idon.
in the near future.
vic achievement through the
Several must
boys come
young
Mr. Vlcek encouraged the Society -
various being directedin
projects through if we are to have a suc- '
not to be a- r
hypocritical
that community under the cessful r
season. Amongthose are bout the needs of children by
of Capt. Schley and "
leadership Scott Curt
Caby, Jimmie High, r
calling them our most precious s,
others. Davis Core Alan]
Tommy ,
"The mention of a State Park Lord, Duane Cowdy, David Miller possession and then not doing 1

for this county has received and Danny Knight. John- anything to help them. He ...:t

much attention the past sev- ny Harper will do most of the spoke Florida of for the communities present need in to PANACEA SPRINGS PLAV-Panacea will have committee: A. B. Snyder, Phil Hanson, Fore For- ,
eral weeks. Ernest -
Representative kicking. Several 7th and 8th The
Roddenberry and others grade boys will be out. These make known the facts and fig- a tourist attraction revived when landscaping of rest Coxen and Larry Burnette, landscaper.

have hours in ure to legislators about the From project is being sponsored by the Chamber of
spent many pro- include: Buddy Ciddens, Andy the Panacea mineral springs is completed.

moting this dcsircablc attract- Harper, Billy Brown, Myron Porter needs of its dependent child- left displaying the landscaping plans are the Commerce conjunction. with the Florida Forest

ion to this area. Alan Smith Lester Taff Commission.
ren.The
"Many new homes have been Tony Allbaugh Arnold Creen, newly elected Board of Rev.. n.A- v. _. _pirkprn__un__, cna.irloanJt the restoration Service and Wakulla County

built throughout Directors for the Children's D. B. (DILL COUNCIL
county Willis Clover, Cary Ashburn,
Home i includes Mrs. DISTRICT WSCS MEETINGSET LETTER TO EDITORThe
most noticeably in the Craw- Roy Lollie, Sam Lollie, Isham Society SOIL CONSERVATIONAND
M. Ashcroft Mr. B. W.
M.
fordville area signifying interest Porter Allison Council Bruce FOR TALLAHASSEE
following letter was received I BEAUTIFICATIONThe Funeral services for D. B.
Helvenston III Mr. Dan Mil-
in living and being a part Ronnie Mit- Dill Council who died Satur-
Harvey Harvey
ler Mr. John MacElwee and Trinity Methodist Church, this week from Senator ( ) ,
Df this county. chell and Larry Ban- natura 1 beauty of our land held Monday at 3:00
Thompson, Col. Carl L. Owenby. Mr. Tallahassee, will host the annual George C. Tapper."It day, were
"The latest development in
nister. depends on good conservation P.M. In the Beulah Primitive
of the Tallahassee
Sam Cunningham of Chattahoo- meeting is with reluctance that I
civic achievement has taken
practices. Land that is worn out Baptist Church in Crawfordville.
and is to take 1966 Schedule chee continues as a member. District Woman's Society of announce that will not be a
place, continuing Elder Emmette
through farming
poor practices Officiating was
the of Sept. 16 Branford Home From this Board, the following Christian i Service on Friday, i candidate for re-election to the
place in community is unsightly and a great loss to Whaley. Burial followed in the
officers elected Judge March 4.Registration. office of State Senator from the
Sopchoppy. A community Sept. 23 Sneads Away were the community Streams thatareneglected Council Cemetery.

"face lifting" is currently in Sejjt. 30 Chapman Away Rufus Jefferson, President Mr. is scheduled for 5th District. and polluted He w a s a retired farmer and
which the residents Oct. 7 Bristol Home Dan Miller, 1st Vice President; 9:30 A. M. with the opening "At this time I cannot make
progress by through thoughtlessness are a cattleman and was a memberof
Oct. 14 Cottondale Home Mr. Bailey Brinson, 2nd Vice session at 10:00. sacrifice of taking three
have worked hard to bring abouta loss to the natural beauty our the Beulah Primitive Baptist
Mrs. Elizabeth Smith Mrs. E. V. Fisher of Tallahassee months from businessin
Oct. 21 Trenton Home President; away my
"smile" this
to area. land. Each of us has a respon- Church of Crawfordville. He
Oct. 28 Wewahitchka Away Secretary; and Mr. J. Eugene President of the District, order to run for this position."I .
"The idea for beautificationof sibility in keeping our land productive was a veteran of World War I.
Sopchoppy was born in the Nov. 4 Keystone Heights Away Kelley, Treasurer.In will preside, and Dr. George A. will always feel grateful to and beautiful. The soil He lived near Crawfordville in
Nov. 11 Chattahoochee Home addition the following citizens Fester, Pastor of Trinity will District
minds of several women of thi ; the people of the 5th conservation service knows thata Wakulla County.
Nov. 18 Sopchoppy: Away will be serving on the So- give the opening prayer. forthe honor they bestowed upon
Woman's Club some five or sb land of conservation is a land He is survived by his widow

ago. The enthusiasm ai ciety's State Board of Directors .Theme for the day is "LivingIn me in electing me to this high of plenty and beauty. A look Grace, of Wakulla County, and
years
that time was not very high and Mrs. M. M. Ashcroft, Dr. T. Such.An Age. office. Although I was electedfor around Wakulla County at the five sisters Mrs. Beulah Ra-
SWINE SHOW PLANNED Bert Fletcher Mr. Boyd Close, Featu.cd speakers will be Miss a four term the Federal
the idea slumbered for thes'!ensuing year good crops, the lush pastures and ker Allen of Tallahassee, and

years. But a resurgent FOR WAKUllA COUNTY Senator Peter Gibson, Mr. B. Susie Mayes, a missionary of Courts have decided that I fatcattle streams that run Mrs. A. L. Gowdy, Mrs. Clan

spirit these past few months W. Helvenston, III, Judge Rufus the Methodist Church whose station could only serve two years."Themanykindnesses. clear through clean channels Hatcher, Mrs. Debra Pelt, and .

brought alive the idea and tinder J. D. Turner, newly elected O. Jefferson, Mr. John Mac- Is Sibu, Sarawak, and Mrs. and this is beauty of the land and a Mrs. Etta Mae Pelt of Crawford-

the aggressive leadership of President of the Wakulla County Elwee, Mr. Dan Miller, Mr. Ralph D. Newman of Quincy friendships: that have been accorded sign of good conservation. Heir ville.

several women it has now taken Youth Fair Association, announced T. C. Merchant, Jr. Honor- President of the Florida Confer- me during these two your Wakulla Soil and Watet Active pallbearers were Council -

shape. Trees shrubs, and flowers that the members of able Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson, ence Woman's Society of Christ- years will always remembered Conservation District keep that Raker Gilbert Cowdy, Homer -

have attractively located the Association will sponsor and and Dr. Edwin Crane, III. ian Service, who will install with humility and thanks. natural beauty with good con- Harvey E. H. (Bud) Council -

around the post office, conduct a Swine Show for Wak- the officers for the coming year. "Although I will no longer be servation practices onyour land Sammy Alligood, and Berlin -
NORMAN LUBOFF CHOIR The Tallahassee meeting is
several street comers and at ulla County this fall. in an official capacity after Pelt.

the triangle leading into the The Show will be open to FFA CONCERT IN TALLAHASSEEThe the first of twelve district meet- November, if there Is any timeI Honorary pallbearers were Bill
held within the Florida SOIL CONSERVATIONAND
community. These have been and 4-Hmembers of the count) ings being can be of any help to you as an Barnes, A. L. Porter, George

greatly enhanced by the addi- as well as adults. There woulc Norman LuboffChoir will Conference Woman's Miss Society individual or to any organization RECREATIONThe Young, T. S. Barrow, Roy Harvey -

tion of white stones which set be two divisions in which the present a concert at Florida during March. in this county, please do when boy and George Nazworth, Jimmy
will
and Mrs. Newman day was every
off the arrangement while sav- youth will compete together and State University under auspicesof Mayes Itinerate all the meetings I not hesitate to call on me. girl had room to run and play. Raker Jimmy Gowdy Bernard

ing much needed moisture to the adults in another division.In the FSU Artist Series Tues- speaking at each one. I Respectfully They could romp in the meadow Gowdy Cary Cowdy, Randall.

the plants. Many were present the youth division a regis- day evening March 1. Mrs. S. M. Strom of Quincy, i /George C. Tapper and fish the creek that ran Pelt, and Corrigan Byrnes.

last Wednesday to do the workof tered boar pig will be awarded The touring choir is made up Secretary of Spiritual life Cul- close to the house. Now the cities The McClendon Funeral Home
setting the plants out and it tothe boy who exhibits the of 30 of Tallahassee was in charge of
professional singers accompanied tivation for the District, will I have overgrown the meadow -
was truly a community project. Crand Champion Barrow.Workhasalready by four instrument- lead the devotions and the i VETERANS NEWSSt. and the creek has disap- arrangements.

And more is to come. begun on alists and directed by Norman memorial service. peared. The people of the city -

We can be justly proud of our providing pens to hold the ani- Luboff. Mrs. Donald Padgett of Chat- Petersburg Fla. M. T. must look further for recrea- I
Let this civic enthusiasm mals at the show. Pens are being Dixon of the Florida Depart-
county. The program will be at 8:30 tahoochee, Secretary of Pro- tional areas. The Soil Conser- I JAMES ROBERT MILLER/
displayed be a permanent constructed and accordingto P.M. in Westcott Auditorium. Materials will have ment of Veterans Affairs, announced vation Service lends planning

development and not jus< plans there should be space FSU students mayobtain tickets gram of the literature, Room. today that veterans recently assistance through your Wakul- i James Robert Miller 84, died
charge
fancy. Wakulli available take of 140 discharged from the at Tallahassee
a temporary to care beginning Friday February 18. Other district officers assisting la Soil and Water Conservation Saturday night

County is your county; it it head of swine. The pens will Any tickets remaining will go Mrs. Fisher on the Planning I Armed Forces who require immediate District to persons who are Interested Memorial Hospital. He was a

mine. Let us take notice of ad- be built by the FFA Chapters of on sale to the public Monday, Committee Include Mrs. Sam I! care for apparently In developing recrea- retired carpenter and Elder and

vancement and be a part, an Sopchoppy and Crawfordville.Swine February 28, at $3.50 each. Cunningham, Secretary of Mis- incurred in service may tional areas. Maybe the plans Founder of the White Primitive

active part of its continuing will be classed in three now be entitled to both out patient small pond Baptist Church In Woodville.He .
sionary Personnel Chattahoo- will be for only a ,
weight classes within three divisions treatment andhospitaliza- it could be I was a native of Wakulla
growth.Rev. chee. for private use, or a i
Jesse L. Baker of the show -- Single SHOWER HONORS Ministers of the Methodist tion from the Veterans Adminis- large lake that will be used by County and had lived all of his

Barrows; Pens of three; and Pens MRS. SARAH TIMMONS Churches within the Tallahassee tration. people. Recreation areas I fare life in Woodville.
of ten. Exact rules have not Dixon said the VA has liberal- many of the Funeral services were at 10:00
invit-
District are especially the prime I concern
been completed at this time, Mrs. W. J. Smith and Mrs. ed. ized its rules to allow medicaland Conservation Service. I A.M. Tuesday at the White

MUSEUM COMPLETION but it is known that cash pre- Violet Pope gave a bridal shower Lunch will be served for $1.25 dental treatment In any of Your Wakulla Soil and Water Primitive Baptist Church. Officiating -

DATES ANNOUNCED miums and ribbons will be a- on Friday night for Mrs. Sarah Mrs. Frank Jacksonis its clinics as well as care in Conservation District knows I were the Rev. C. C.

warded for each animal shown. Timmons, who was married pee plate. any of its hospitals, as needed, recreationarea Scarborough and Elder WalterV.
luncheon
charge of ar that a badly planned
Tallahassee, Feb. 16 Com- Other officers elected were Sunday February 13, to Green Trinity's during the period required for a han The Carroll. Burial followed In
Ladies of is worse none.
pletion dates for two new museums Ceorge Robinson, vice presi- Johnston, III, of Tallahassee. rangements. veteran to establish the fact that Service the Woodville Cemetery with J.
Woman's Society will assist Soil Conservation ,
and two remodeled museum dent; and Moody Pearce, Secre- About thirty guests attendedthe in Lunch for nursery his disabilities were service in- through Wakulla Soil and A. Culley and Sons Funeral

at Florida state parks were tary and Treasurer. party. She received many serving. curred. your District Home in charge of arrange-
Conservation
children will be providedfor Water ,
announced today by State Parks useful and gifts. ments.
pretty Only veterans discharged or with
each.A will be glad to help you
Director Bill Miller. Cake, coffee, punch, cook- 254 of the District -
i The new museums are at San ies, nuts and mints were serv- meeting scheduled general discharge after six or your plans. Frances Jewell Miller; four sons
Committee is
Marcos de Apalache Historic ALTON C. OAKS TO ed the guests. more months active duty, are Park E. Miller George W. Miller -
afternoon
Memorial near St. Marks and at RUN FOR COUNTY Special guests were his mo- for Thursday eligible for hospitalization 01 Robert P. Miller and Gene

Tomoka State Park near Ormond ther, Mrs. Green Johnston Jr. March 3, at 5:00, in Trinity'sChurch this out patient treatment while a- RED CROSS ASKS E. Miller; five daughters Mrs.C. .

Beach. New exhibits are being COMMISSIONER and his lister, Mrs. Frances Parbr. Following waiting VA recognition of thou FOR AID J. Spears Mrs. B. O. Griffin -

Installed at Alfred B. Mac- Teague and her mother, Mrs. session district officers, guest claimed: disabilities.In Mrs. Clinton Henderson .
Alton C. Oaks of Panacea an- and members of the
lay Gardens near Tallahassee W. W. Branch. speakers, addition, Dixon said, applications Mrs. Mary Gibson, and Mrs. IOtho
he to foi of Trini- Mrs. Adams
and Constitution Convention nounced that plans run Executive Committee Gladys Chairman -
Be all of Talla
for VA medical can Clark
Monument near Port St. Joe. the seat of County Commissioner ty's Woman's Society will meet of the Red Cross unit in
hassee.
must be made within six month
The San Marcos de from District No. 4, now being NOTICEDue for dinner at the Duval Hotel. ) the county has asked that any-
Apalache from Also brother Dan
date
of "
Wil- discharge or release one Miller
Commissioner who has old
held by one furniture .
Museum is scheduled to be
of Crawfordville
from sisters
open lard Carter of Me dart. the national holiday, service. clothing or other items that they ; two ,
to the public Ap'l11. The make formal to Each year cancer costs the national For further information on thisor Mr* Irene Strickland and Mrs. '
Mr. Oaks will a Washington's birthday, want to give to the family who s
building will house artifacts and George economy about 60,000 man- veterans affairs Dlxor.: Mamie Hanell both of Talla-
1 any ,
announcement after March Tuesday and the interruption lost all of their belongings In afire ,
exhibits depicting history of for qualifying for falling on service yean of productivity. Help reduce said tee your local Veteran 11 hassee; 20 grandchildren and tl I
mail ,
the first day of the on Friday February
the Spanish fort. this ]loss '' "
300-year-old .
this by nuking a contribution County Service Officer or write great-grandchildren. -
County office. unable to get allot should call WA 63651.
I wewere to the American CancerSociety' him it P. O. Box 1437, St. Pet-
eek'. news In the paper. 1t'
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J : COUNTY NIWI J :; WATERWAY STUDY
rNUA1Dar ,3 There are 1,400,000 Americans, About 190,000 men,women and About 92,000 cancer patients 1 i About half of the 23,000 Amer. :
&._reAUAAT_!!a.l!!!. 'alive today, cured of c ncer. The children will be saved from cancer who died in 1965 might have been Leans who have lost their larynxes IGHT3ANCER FUNDS ASKEDCongressman
American Cancer Society says an this year. Most of them, according saved by earlier treatment, according 'because of cancer have learned to Don Fuqua announced -
annual health checkup ii your to the American Cancer to the American Cancer peak again many with help today that the United
FIGHT CANCER WITH A beat protection against death Society, became they taw their Society. The best way to protect from the American Cancer Society States Corp of Engineers will
CHECKUP AND A CHECK from cancer doctors in time for prompt treat- yourself is to have yearly physical hold a hearing Tuesday, Match
ment.
examination. funds to
22, on requested com-
I I plete the study on the Intra-
M BB tflt coastal Waterway from Carra-
II
'WANTEDLISTINGS belle to St. Marks at 10:00

ON ACREAGE II ffi A.M.Fuqua said that $22,000 has I

been requested to complete the
\ F FROM 5 ACRES UP study for which$20,000 was appropriated I
last He
year. point
CLIENTS e ed out that the study .'rom St.
IIAVE
WE Marks to Tampa Bay is expected
to be completed this year.
STEVE REVELLPANACEA and that he is seeking to have
both studies completed at the
.. same times.
RODDENBERRY ASSOC. "The route of this relativelyshort
BOBT
: !: distance of the waterway
;! needs to be finally determined,
Q as it is the only portion of the
I i. I system 'Omthe Mexican Borderto

i: I completed the Tampa or funds Bay appropriatedfor which is not

, study.
"The Intracoastal Waterwayis
complete from Brownsville
I
Texas, to Carrabelle, and we
7f I are pushing ahead to completethis
4m 4" TOOI entire project. The Cro <.
NO JOB. Florida Barge Canal ties in with
this massive waterway systemat
LARGE OR Port Inghs and makes com-
l I+ pletion of the overall project
I 00 TOO SMAUf' even more important to our state
and nation now. Final comple-
tion of the waterway and canal
I
will give this nation a protected .
waterway from the north- ,
eastern part of the nation the
PROFESSIONAL Mexican Border! he said.



PRESSWORK AN INVESTMENT OF 20* I

"What happens to the 20$ per I
What a wonderful feeling.. member the local PTA unit .
PRACTICAL sends to the state and national :

I all 'round organization Promoting ?the" Welfare of all ::
year 1
I PRICES children and youth is "Big Bu I
siness". The intangibles cannot i I
I You'll just love be measured, but here area
your2jje&40 .
"S* few of the tangibles.The
Florida Congress of Parents
'/Jn I and Teachers, with its
I ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP Call Us For Fast share of 15$ per member .- ',
1. Sends local unit ,
r with state and rackets i

and Estimates! ials, to all local unit presidents I
It's the home with electric Layouts
I always springtime in an county council, and district ,

heat pump. It heats or cools automatically, no matter presidents, and state board
members.
how the weather changes. Ideal for Floridal I 2. Maintains a state'office in ,
I Orlando, with a Directorof Office
And live with of carefree
you a sense security Field Secretary, and an

I when clean, flameless electricity :is entrusted with Offset and Letterpress office staff to serve the 1148
units with a membership of
your comfort. It's a wonderful feeling! And Copy and Design ExpertsWe 369,622. I'
3. Publishes the Florida Par-
the cost to own and operate is reasonable.Ask ent Teacher bulletin, and sends '

your heating contractor to figure it for you- complimentary subscriptions to
each local association -
you'll find there's no need to wait. and publications chairman president i I'


pride ourselves in turningout council presidents, and i
county
Besides electric heat
an pump shows your .r state board members. Compli-,I I
constant concern for your family's well-being. quality work and In meeting1 mentary subscriptions are also

all deadlines. See us for your sent to all county superinten- '
dents and co-operating agen- I I
next printing order'FOR cies. Subscriptions are available I
",, ...tv d Z/ %&& edfatitC JUKt/tUKDi to all members for $1.00
I per year.
-Y>rV l- 4. Underwrites expenses of
We sty it withvc I 1\ annual state convention and dis-

]1 trict 5. meetings.Pays partial expenses of

/ ALL YOUR PRINTING NEEDS CALL county council presidents and
rfiFLORIDA state board members to annual

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NO. 1 OPEN TILL 8 P.M.-LOT NO. 2 laws 8. Helps to secure and adequate
for the care protection
of children and youth by
keeping the legislation com-
mittee alert throughout the
= meeting of the state legislatureand
FROM OUR HEART nfuts keeping the membership
-1R7 informed of proposed legisla- I'
tion affecting children.
We Thank You 9. Finances state representation -
at conferences in and out
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For 41 Yearsof
321 N. Adam. Ph. 224-3211 of State.
Business. _. 10. Pays minimum expenses
I of state board members; exe-
Monroe cutive committee and special
JUt S. Ph.. 2275831 J
1965 committees when it is neces-
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Mustang $2141
the efficient conduct m
to
Radio, heater I sary
.peed trans.mltion.
low mlleaie. while. wall Urei and 1964:door VW clean one.owner. $1295 Volkt :lhe .AJJrejj etuco the business of Parents of the and Florida Teachers Congress -

1961 Chevrolet. $841 1964 Chevrolet $1641 From its 5$ per member, The
1 doer Hardtop ( cylinder. Belalr 4 door VI with radio, National Congress of Parent '
standard ahift with ratio: heater and automatic Iranamlw
and Teachers --
t..ter. tiie r
1963 Corvair $1041 1964 lion Spider. $1741 iA >amc but 1. Prints the Congress Publications -
I (IIFCK OUR OTHk.n USED CARS a wealth of materialsand
CONVERTIBLE. Mono Good ALl. HAVE BEEN REDUCED FOil :* door with radio heater and 4 '
I buy. OUR ANNIVERSARY SALE peed transmission helps for local and state
i 1965 Chevvy II $1841 1951 Pontiac Stat. $541 the use. -
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I atandard shill radio heater mutton power ittirinf brakes Congress Bulletin each month.
one car and air conditioner
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WAKULLA NOTICE FOR HOUSE WIRING, ELECTRIC r LEGAL NOTICESIn SPARE TIME INCOME
Thursday,February JL%& MOTOR REPAIR, APPLIANCE Refilling and collecting-money
Notice is hereby given that REPAIR, AND ELECTRIC the Court of the County from NEW TYPE high quality
the undersigned, desiring en- Judge, Wakulla County, Flo- coin
WAKULLA BLANKETS ----------- operated dispensers in this ,
: gage in business under the fictitious CALL TERRY HARRIS, WO 2- rida, In Probate.In area. No selling. To qualifyyou i

COUNTY NEWS' name of St. Marks Real- 2422, SOPCHOPPY, FLA. ret Estate ofJ. must have car, references, lJI
ty, P. O. Box 97, St. Marks,' 2/10.17.24.3/3. W. Willis, also known ai J. $600 to $1900 cash. Seven to r i r ,
Tekphnne WAlaut 1.3101 Florida, intends to register the W. Willis, Jr. twelve hours weekly cannet excellent -
said name with the Clerk of the
Deceased.To monthly incomo..-More
Circuit Court of Wakulla Coun- BUSINESS I OPPORTUNITY full time. For personal Interview
All
if Florida. Available throughout the U.S.A. Creditors and Persons'
ty Having Claim or Demands A- write P. O. Box 4185,
and Canada. A
Ben Watkins new product Pittsburgh, Pa. 15202. Include
Vlrglnl. 1.11"l '''y Edits J. which will sell itself. Our line galnst Said Estates phone number.
Owner 100*
4t-2/3.10.17.24. is a complete business within You and each of you are here- lt -ZI24. .
Fred Kdghtley 'PuAlishes itself, no sideline investment by notified and required to pre
necessary. Space-age advance. sent any c 1 a 1 m sand demands I t J
Entered at Crawfordvllle Florid. Used by homes, hotels, farms, which you, or either of you, FOR SALE 10" Bench Saw with
government installations and have the blades. Only used couple of -
econd clan matter. Suburri) BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES may against estate of J.
ni business. National Advertising W. Willis, also known as J. W. times. Only $150.00.
lion .u; $3.\QO,per year EXTRA SPARE INCOME TIME? by Company. Users may order Willis, Jr. deceased, late of Reason for selling Changed ):-(
.' for $13.95 per gallon delivered said County, to the County Judgeof professions and no longer need- ,.J'. ...( -
Interested
Competent man or woman -
ed. If interested contact Jack -
in making now prepaid. Wakulla County, Florida, at '
money '
and in the future to refill and Exclusive Franchise. invest- his office in the court house of Griffis, Route 1, Crawfordville, :

collect money from our new supercoinoperated ment secured by fast moving said County at Crawfordville, Florida. :;;;: -. "," .;: .
inventory with a guarantee sell Florida within six calendar _Ir
dispensers.No -. ?"<7 :
I ; .
HENRY WILLIAMS soliciting original accounts agreement. months from the time of the first Beau-Catcher .......adICO: :. .... ; m
as route is established by us. $400 minimum 14758. publication of this notice. Two
HELP FILL MY CUP Plagued for by food shortages
REALTY To for and 40 maximum investment.For years i
of
qualify profits ownership copies each claim or demand This
and perennial crop failuiev! India is now in its wont famine
you must have $600.00 to complete informationwrite shall be in writing, and shall child is only one of millions with empty cups and plates, Catholic
$1900.00 to invest and 6 to 10 or call state the place of residence and : t Relief Services, the overseas aid agency of American Catholics,
Reg. Real Estate BrokerSt. hours wee k I y. interview Area Code 314-PE. 9-0125 I post office address the claim- nr distiihutes 133 million pounds foodstuffs to 2 million Indians

Marks. f\a.\ write Interstate Merchandisers: Franchise Sales Division 0-2 ant, and shall be sworn to by the sa annually But there is till mote to be done, not only In India but
Rochester Include
Minnesota. of the world. Catholic Relief
3024 claimant his in the many other depiessed areas! !
North agent, or
Lindbergh Blvd. attorneyand
Phone phone. j Services distributes food, clothing and medicines to mote than 40(
741 fee I
St. Ann, Missouri 630747t2l7.24.33.10.17.24,31. accompanied by a filing million needy persons of all laces religions and colors in 80(
LFGH NOTICESIn of one dollar and such claim ot countries, Your donation! to the 1966 BISHOPS' OVERSEAS I''

REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES demand not so filed shall be ........ RELIEF FUND APPEAL March 13-20. will provide life-sustaining -
The Circuit Court of the void. food, clothing and medicines to these hungry millions. I

Associate: Second Judicial Circuit of Florida Jl C. O. WillisAs Send your donation to: Catholic Bishops' Overseas Relief Fund I
In and For Wakulla LEGAL NOTICESIn Administrator Empire State Bldg, New YOlk, N Y 10001, (Or to the nearest
*. N. Hatcher, Sr. County. At Law. of the Estateof I Catholic chui'ch,) Chic rbuta. i iI
the Court of the County J. W. Willis, deceased. L'I I
Phone W4 6-3201 No. 447. I ITALLAHASSEE
Wakulla 4t-2/10l7,24,3/3. -
Judge
County, Flo- Y
The Lewis State Bank, a Flori- rida. In Probate.In .
da corporation, re Estate of I THEATRESFLORIDA
Plaintiff, LEGAL NOTICEIn ""'

If You Need vs. Mrs. Ola Deceased.To Tucker, ]: STATEToday

R. J. Edwards, the Circuit Court of the yR ,.... .

e Office Supplies Defendant. Having All Claims Creditors or Demands and Persons Against Second Judicial Circuit of flo- w; I II

Office FurnitureBusiness Notice of Sheriff's Sale Said Estate: rida In and Wakulla '
Machines County. In Chancery.No. I
To Whom It May Concern: You and each of you are here- 1370.

See or Call Notice is hereby given that under by notified and required to pre- Earnest LISENBY, thru Saturday Now Showing

RANEY WHALEY and by virtue of a Writ of sent any claims and demands Plaintiff,
Execution dated December 14, which you, or either of you, vs.Fannie. Kirk Douglas
may have against the estate of Julie Andiewi
CAPITALtOFFICEEQUIPMENT 1965, issued upon a judgment
Mrs. Ola Tucker deceased Mae LISENBY, Richard Harris
rendered in the Circuit Court of Christopher Plummer
CO. the Second Judicial Circuit of late of said County to the Defendant. "THE HEROES OF
Florida In and for Wakulla County Judge of Wakulla County Order of Publication TELEMARK"// "THE SOUND OF MUSIC"

319 South Adam. St. County in the above styled florida, at his office in the
STATE OF FLORIDA TO
cause, I will sell to the highestand courthouse of said County at
Corner E. Pensacola best bidder for cash at the Crawfordville, Florida, withinsix Fannie Mae Lisenby,

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA door of the Wakulla County calendar months from the C/o Ed Boyd, ,
Court House, in Crawfordville, time of the first publication of 2219 Johnson's Ferry Road, NS ,
Florida, at eleven o'clock A. |this notice. Two copies of each Atlanta, Georgia. HU 101K mi'KE with PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN I

G- i M. on the 7th day of March, claim or demand shall be in You are hereby notified that a fun in this orange sherbet OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE HWI.r .
A. D. 1966 the following des- writing, and shall state the -
complaint for divorce has been heath handed and bowed with """1-
cribed personal property, to- place of residence and post office filed against you in the Circuit satin ribbon: in nhadeB of yellow -
address of the claimant .
wit: Court of Wakulla County, Florida ,
pink
and shall be to the turquoise, lavender, Today thru Satimliy
sworn
Ih 1 D-2 Caterpillar Tractor, claimant his by in Chancery. You arc and white. A blend of rayon and Now Showing
agent, or his attorney -
front end loader. hereby required to file (
with and person- acetate with the look of silk "DR.
1 International TD-14 Singl. fee of accompanied by a ally or by attorney ) with the I j linen the (ohuma fabric h COLDFOOT C THE "IPCRESS FILE"
filing one dollar and such pro-
Clerk of said Court and BIKINI MACHINE"and
send
Dozer, and a tested with
"Zl'lwl" fabric flu-
claim demand
filed
or not so and"BEDFORD
1 Martin Chopper. copy of the same to the attor- orldizer fen
|shall be void. water, oil, and stain
Dated this 28th day of Janu- ney for the plaintiff, your writ I ipiistanic Seen in pattern INCIDENT"
t A.D. 1966. IsAllton TuckerAs ten defenses, if any, to the 7171! another McCall'ii "BILLIE"and '
ary Executor the Estate of complaint in said cause, on or suu' and ;
ens
A/ W. R. Taff_ Mrs. Ola Tucker, deceased. before March 21, 1966. Herein i I

Sheriff, Wakulla County, 4t217,24,33,10.StEVE' fail not, or judgment by default "WILD ON THE BEACH" CROSS-EYED"CLARENCE LION"THE :

4t-2/3.10.17,24.Florida. will WITNESS be entered iny hand against and you.the seal I Granny's A HitIl

- of said Court at Crawfordville, I
DAVE HAMRICK I' i' Wakulla County, Florida, this -,
REV ELL 16th day of February, 1966. '

INSURANCE AGENCY (Official Seal) SPECIALSSPECIALS

ROBERT H, RODDENBERRY, AssociateA /sMoody Pearce
AUTOMOBILE FULL TIME AND COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE Moody Pearce
Clerk Circuit Court,
BONDS Wakulla County, FloridaJ.

CASUALTY I FH\ FINANCING AT 6% H. HudsonP. Fill., SAT., MON. AND na s.

I II O. Box 66Crawfordville
MARINE ANY TYPE ROME BUILT ON YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE .
Florida. -

FIRE SOWING WAKTJUA! COUNIY AND TIE O1VSTAL' ARIA 4t-2/l7.24.3/3.lO.Attorney for Plaintiff I BORDENS HOMOGENIZED PLUS

PHONE 877-3108 DEPOSITMilk
YU4-2601 YU4-743S F02-2194
LEGAL NOTICEIn
1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 187' \: .....
FLORIDAr I/!
PANACEA
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TALLAHASSEE. FLA. ,\ I the Court of the County 5 s 99c
LET US. BUY OR SELL FOR YOUR I Judge, Wakulla County, Florida :
._-,- j In Probate.

-- .- -- In rci Estate ofThomas
A. Moore,
J F.RON SEPTIC TANK" Deceased.To .

SERVICED: ; L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME All Creditors and Persons Fresh Grade A FRYERS lb. 29c
,
'
Claims or Demands A-
Having
Out Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director
Clean I gainst Said Estate

'* Repair Phone 697-3366 You and each of you are here- Cubed STEAK 89cT.

'* New Installation by notified and required to present -

The Best For Less!' CARRABELLE, FLA. which any you cIa, I or me either and demands of you, BONE STEAK, Ib .69c

1 -:- "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" may have against the estate of
Telephone Thomas A. Moore deceased ANUs11"S
,
"
Boneleas Beef
Tallahassee!' !' 877-1773 SERVING WAKULLA COUNTY late of said County, to the I'UK: "IN": LOOK foi ROAST 69c

._after fl-M: pm. .. County Judge of Wakulla Coun- teens the lufllul Cranny _

_. ._ ---1. ty, Florida, at his office In the shift is fun, comfortable and Bama MAYONNAISE 49c
I -- court house of said County at otf-bcat great for lounging qt. .
TallihaMwt UIUMM! Firm Crawfordville, Florida, within and lively living, For perfect

I I six calendar months from the fit, use a Talon nylon-col, Lindy Cream Style CORN 2 cans 33c
; time of the first publication of Zephyr down the bat'k,Crannin ,

DIRECTORY this notice. Two copies of each are" easy to make; itmemlx-i to
I claim or demand shall be in puss ai you sow, always using Sto eleys Sliced on HALVES

writing and shall state the a preliM doth ovei sipper urtu
place of residence and post of- Tune in on Cranny *ith this I EA C H E S No 21i CAN 3 for 89c
These Advertiser
PatornlM
( nf the claimant and shall
iro; Ml''all I
nr I:
'- pattcm 1 ::
be sworn to bythe'claimant, Giant 75c
CHEER
agent, attorney and accompanied -
r by a filing fee of one dollar Beef Orientale
F R M and such claim or demand not so POTATOES 5lbs. 49c ,
Little Folks Store I ,
' Inc. O. I. GRAMLING filed shall be void.

FEEDSFlint 1J "Th CipiUI'i I & Katherine M. Fcrrell, BANANAS 2 Ibs. 25c
CO.
Majors: for Minors"Cktldrtn'i I As Administratrix of the Estate -
Funutun. Toys, of Thomas A. Moore ANn
Gamer Hokbtet Ont-Stop S rrk. for SHOP LOCALLY AVEPIGOTT'S
I deceased.
Baby Aeetttontt
River Mills St. Ph. 222-1146 FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry 4t224331017.
133 N. Monroe J
11011 S. ...on.Ph.. rt3-ossi' : Supplies STORE

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Garden ToolsSo. MEDAUT -
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: Crowing NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS "I'' I
Baker-Alford Co. '
Phone 222-4112 NAME LAW Wl Til A saucy touch, you can PIGOTT. ,
TJU Partt Hou.." turn thrifty ground beef into .
NOTICE IS HEREBY
CIVEN
; Anything for your auto truckor that the undersigned, desiringto an exotic dinner meal This raaKerolo CASH AND CARRY
tractor. Also for i hi tasty In ,
L\g\t your power a case point
Wugkt and RtgularVmerttt engage in business under the
p1ocks,:, lawnmower boat. ,,and much: for your. fictitious name of PANTRY GROUND IIKKK FORMERLY DURRANCE STORED I

Hanson, Wood and. 208 N. Adams St Ph 222-S380 PRIDE, in the CountyofWakulla CASSEROLE1I21bs. : I
Hoel Y intends to register said name Ind; Inc.S. Capirlpl 1 Stone Co.
with the Clerk of the Circuit I tbiip. oil or fat
Adams St. at 4-PolnU Court of Wakulla County Flo- 1/2 finely chopped onion
... Since 1908 cup
Ttl. BUILDING
222-5840 P. O. Box satYeager rida. Ml cup finely chopped green SUPPLIES-AUTO PARTS
GRANITE
MARBLE
t" "
1-
FOOD FAIR STORES, INC. pepper
J JI BRONZE ,
-- .-_-- I .. I a Pennsylvania corporation, 1 clove garlic, minced -FEEDSEEDFERTILIZERSTANDARD
MEMORIALSOiwtory 7000 N. W. 32nd Avenue 116 01. can whole tomato

s Wvrkff AU I>p,* Miami, Florida 33147 2 tbtip. A.I. Steak Sauce

BOB W. C lnes StrT.l. 223-071 Aronovitz, Aronovitz C Haver- 1.1/2 cup cooked rice OIL PRODUCTSWE

Walter T. Buchan, HI" field Brown beef in oil or fat for
lac.lNMtraaw I Attorneys for Registrant J-3! minutes.. Mix with remain. ARE OPEN AND READY TO.SERVEr.YQU-

117 City National Bank intc Ingredients and pour into 2-
sad Beside I Building qt.casserole. Cover and bake at

214 8. Adam St,._T.l. 1224414I 25 West Flagler Street 350" for 30 minutes Serves 6. PHONE WA 6-5502
Miami, Florida 33130

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METHODISTS I OBSERVE r CAP PERATION'GREENSPAN' ,1965 REPORT FOR WAKULLA SOPCHOPPY- NEWSBY :WAJHJLLACOUHTT.NBTf. :

MCCLENDON FUNERAL WORLD DAY Of PRAYERON ANNOUNCED SOIL AND WATEIlCONSERVATION Louise C. Sapp Ut2!!! _ig1a9AA1_try-lOS1 i

FRIDAY. FEB. DISTRICT
25 Secretary of Agriculture Orville The funeral the Rev. O. C. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harms
HOME In 1877, a call was sent out L. Freeman has invited !local Organized In Februaryof 1951, Hall1 mother, Mrs. Alice Hall had as their guest this past week-
to the
women of the Presbyter-- and State government representatives the Wakulla Soil Conservation of Blountstown, was held last end Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Rogers -0 1

24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE church ian Church, Mrs.bya member Darwin James.that to investigate the District has completed its 15th Wednesday morning at the Mag- and family of Tallahassee.The i

opportunity afforded by the new year of successful operations. nolia Baptist Church north of
It was the the hope of Mrs. James "greenspan" operation of the it has been instrumental In a Blountstown off State Highway Rev. and Mrs. Jesse L (
that
Tallahassee Fla. womenwould endorse a Cropland Adjustment Programfor of in assisting Baker and family had as their
PHONE 385.1161 national day of number ways 71. Mrs. Hall was 97 years old
would include Prayer which them to acquire farmlandfor farmers and landowners in cop- and had been a member of that guests for several days her mother
"confession of and the various existing 1888. I and father, Mr. and Mrs.C. .
national and Individual sins"and __ use as open space parks. ingwith church since Several .
that Grants are available to cities, problems' of soil and water cons people from Wakulla County attended Carson Fletcher of Van-
offerings would be
I that would true taken counties, and State governments e tv a t ioa and in helping the the funeral,among them: cleave, Mississippi.
express con-
trition.In to increase permanent retire- farmers and landowners to Install Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Roberts,

WANTED : NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF ANY 1880 another call to ment cropland to certain non- certain practices and to Mr. and Mrs. George StrlcI(-'\ SOUTHEASTERN REPORTS'
prayer
crop uses. Authorized uses are these in an land and her mother Mr. '
continue practices Glen
(this time for foreign
missions I SPENDING
) SERVICE
ONE INTERESTED IN HAVING A CHRISTIAN was made by Mrs. Montgomeryand preservation of open spaces, orderly and prescribed mannerto ey Bonner, the Rev. Jesse L I

CHURCH (RESTORATION) IN THIS AREA. Mrs. Peabody, Baptists. Ona natural beauty, the development !i further the cause of the soil Baker, the Rev. S. A. Coxwell, i Better telephone service for
wildlife and recreational .
I and conservation the Rev. William
water program.The Flurry. The
visit to the Orient these Florida: residents
of
wo- thousands
GOD IS NOT DEAD men had seen themselves the facilities, and the prevention : problems In this District blessings of her long and fruit served Southeastern Telephone
u I by
of air and water pollution. The
thoseof
being quite different from ful life were plainly evident
great need for aid to the women as Company (one of the
WRITE : J. W. McAdams. Minister there. They felt that education program will apply to eligible adjoining Districts, the board three sons are Baptist preachers Central Telephone System Companies ,
cropland acquired by a Federal has found the need for a wide- and four grandsons are
for In Baptist
women general and the looexpendlF!
1215 Mitchell Avenue a $6,469,
providing of literature?in agency, or by a State or local spread and extensive educational preachers. She had lived at the ),
parti- and I
Tallahassee. Fla. cular, were two urgent mattersin government agency after Janu- program. Thiswork has been I home of one of her sons, the ture telecommunication for expanded Improved facilities i
their contemporary world.In ary 28, 1966.'Primarily accomplishedby means of farm Rev. Roscoe Hall of Blounts I
opportunities
1919 these two days became CA Intended to encourage tours and demonstrations, experimental I town. His son and daughterinlaw associated, and new with Job such growth areI I

united In interdenominational farmers and farm own- plantings, partici- the Rev. and Mrs. Clenn to E.
day of prayer for all mis- ers to take cropland out of pro pation In and sponsoring soil and Hall, are teachers in the Sop- ahead for 1966, according Southeastern'svice I
Menendez
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sions. This has now Intoa duction under agreements of 5 water conservation speaking choppy school system.
grown Telephone

and Florida
to 10 duration. Fanners president
world-wide chain of for years contests, news articles preparedby
prayer Tal-
women of 125 countries territories who divert entire allotment or a SCS technician and pub- The Woman's Club honored Division manager,
,
I Ii and protectorates. base acreage of 1 crop also may lished by the local weekly paper Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hodge lahassee, Florida

II i Since 1941, the United Church retire additional cropland on liThe Wakulla County Thursday evening February 17, In a forecast of the current
Women have farm, or all cropland on farm, I News". at the High School ea ...t..rlwitha ,, year's construction activities,
undertaken the -
responsibility Southeasternwillimprove
I of planning and car- under CAP agreement The This District has been devoting party and shower of gifts; Menendez said of the marksset

rying out the observances of this signup for this program began most of its efforts inhelping the for their home. A Valentine on many
1965 when 4,641 new
January 31 at the ASCS county farmers and landowners cope motif was selected, includingan in ,
r day.The of offices in all Florida counties. I with the two more important attractive arrangement of telephones were Installed and
day concentrated
to Improve -
which begins, appropriatelyon prayer The "greenspan" phase of the I problems common in this area. j japonicas i by Mrs. Nannibet $4,387,087 facilities.was spent A similar
program --so named because of The of low soil fertility red velvet
the first Friday of Lent, has matter Jones, cake, and in the number of
caught the imagination of women its potential for making green and soil depletion; the other punch. More than 50 friends good growth served is anticipatedby
of the world space available to urban resi- being improper land use ant were present. The only regrettable telephones
,. and, in increasing I the during 1966.
+ Company
r
SriI numbers dents --provides grants to local mismanaged woodland prac- note to the social event
they arc responding He said Southeastern Telephone -
and State agencies both for acquisition tices. was the fact that Myron Hodgewas
I to its call.
1966 contribution -
Company's
Each year the World Day of of land'and for conser- To help deal with some of ill at the time in Tallahassee -
vation work on that land. I these problems the board of Memorial Hospital. The to better telephone service -
Prayer worship service is prepared the total invest-
Grants to those agencies will not supervisors have bought, main- forwarded will bring
Jr by the church women of a guest register was to and
ment in plant, equipment,
J different exceed funds that could have tained and made available for him there.A .
I 1 the service country was: written This by year wo-, been paid to farmers on same the farmers, several small facilities in Florida to nearly

men of the World Day of Prayer land through the cropland adjustment pieces of farm equipment to be reception was held at the $35.5 million. will be made
Committee of Scotland. program, nor may used in establishing certain Methodist Church honoring the "Expenditures
Each country's organization of grants exceed 50 percent of the practices to help alleviate the 58th Wedding Anniversary of throughout the communities and
served
church women makes its cost of the land. I problems at hand. Mr. and Mrs. Shelt Roddenber- adjacent rural areas by
own
decision about the projects to Secretary Freeman said thathe The Soil Conservation Service February 20, from Southeastern provide expanded I

r I which its offerings will The will send descriptive material furnished one full time man, E 3toSPM. They were mar switching systems, extensive
a offerings this year will go.aid sev- about the CAP to governors and C. Himmick: Soil Conservation ried February 22, 1908. 0 The) additions to the network of cable

eral interdenominational county and city governing bod- Technician, who has beer !have two children Edison o and additions of other mo- ,
pro-
r jects, including Twelve Christ- ies, directly or through county with the District since its organ- Sopchoppy, and Mrs. Ruby: dem equipment and facilities.
IL ian colleges in Asia and Africa and StateASC committees ization in 1951. One part time ?utch of Panama City. The la- This is keeping with theCompany's

r Christian literature and Christian which administer programs of technician, H. A. Matthews, Pies of the church prepared re continuing programof

home and family life education the ASCS. works with and assigned to the Ereshments and the choir sang improving service reliability,

'. 7 inAsia, Africa and Latin He suggested that Interested Ochlockonce River Soil Conser- several favorite hymns. About meeting the accelerating demand -
1 A !I t America ; and in the United local government officials get vation District in Leon County. 60 persons attended this recept- for more versatile telephone -

I States, Migrant Ministry, In- in touch with county ASCS of- These technicians have had the communication, and providing -
I
I dian-Americans and international fices -- there is one in the responsibility of assisting the ion.The I for anticipated- growth- 0 "

students, and two special county seat of nearly every farmers and landowners prepare Lions Club of Sopchoppy, Menendez said.
training projects. county which there are farms. conservation plans and helping In their bi-monthly meeting Largest expenditure to be made

I The United Church Women of State officials should get in with the establishment of I Monday evening, February 21, by Southeastern in Florida is I

Tallahassee is sponsoring an observance touch with their State ASCS offices ned practices on 125 farms Plan-I at the Sopchoppy cafe, had as $1,241,500 to establish a third

of World Day of Prayer or both county and State taining about 40,000 their special guests District satellite exchange to serve a
\ at St. John's Episcopal officials should feel free to writeto An election washeld in Octo- Governor and Mrs. Tom Haney. large area of southwest Talla 0.

: Church, Tallahassee, Friday, the Secretary of Agriculture. ber of 1965 to replace 3 super- Mr. and Mrs. Haney reside in hassee. This facility is designed -

'I February 25, at 10OOA.M. They will be provided Informa- visors whose time had expired. Panama City where he is em- to materially Improve the
Miss Margaret G. Muller, director of the Northeastern Division The Rev. Harry B. Douglas, tion and appropriate forms with These vacancies were filled by ployed in the life insurance bu quality of telephone service to !

Children's Home Society of florida, makes "Little Jimmy" arecent Rector of the Episcopal Churcr.: which to apply for grants. re-electing the following: siness. He is Governor of Dis- present customers, and to pro
newcomer to the family of adopt children. Grants also be made to trict 35-F which vide additional modem facilities -
The Children's I Home Society ttrs: second ; I of the Ad vent, will speak on may r George Strickland, Vice Chairman encompasses
largest adoption Federal agencies to extend their 41 clubs from Century in the and equipment in anticipation -
service In the nation. It Is currently seeking adoptive [ this year's theme, "You Are ; Clayton Taff and C. A.
parentsI
ability to out west to Madison in the East. 17 of rapid growth of the
I its ten district offices and homes throughout the state. My Witnesses". cany objectivesof Strickland to succeed them-
All Church women in the area the CAP legislation which selves. Completing the 5-man Lions were present for the meet southwest section of Tallahassee. -

I are invited to attend the Tallahassee coincide with objectives of programs board were J. B. Miller Chair- ,ing. The Rev. Jesse L. Bake: .

prayer service, or to joinin they administer. CAP man, and Hower Howey, Treas- 'also was in attendance to hen: Approved appropriations also
\ I observing this day in their grants to State and local agen- urer. Acting as Secretary was the District Governor speak tc include$421,000 to provide additional -
!t own communities. cies will be coordinated with County Agent 'S. D. Taylor.The the club. He spoke of the tremendous facilities and central

i programs of other Federal agen- boundaries of the District opportunities engagingthe I exchange equipment at Crest-i

: cies. are the same those of the Lions as civic organizationsin view Dentin, Shalimar, and
l650ROLDER: i CRAWFORDVILEE Secretary Freeman said: "The county. The Federal land holdings their communities and of the Valparaiso to meet the demandof

? : PERSONALS cropland adjustment program offer I of the U. S. Forest Service positive advancement they are continued growth In those a-
I the American people new and St. Marks Wildlife Refuge able to make in the life of these reas. Additions to dial-auto- '

I Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Barrow, opportunity to obtain and preI I plus the holdings of the St. Jot communities. Lion Burge and matic equipment in the Talla-

I Mr. and Mrs. C e d e 11 Barrow, serve an outdoors environmentfor I Paper Company comprises ap- Uon Raymond Revell reported hassee central exchange will

i I and Mrs. Hazel Paulp spent last use and enjoyment. Towns, : proximately 3/4 of the District. greatsuccess on the broom sale. cost$289,000;with an additional ,

weekend in Montgomery, Ala. cities and counties can obtain I There are about 160 operating Lion Greener and lion President $304,500 allocated for )!,

visiting Mr. Barrow's uncle, Mr. grants that will advance, per- i units in the District. Ownersof Roddenberry reported that the switching, direct distance dialIng -

Ped White who Is In the hospital. haps by many years, their hopes : these units are principallywhite Jimmy[ Strickland show would be and other long distance e-

and plans for expansion of open ; there are only 5 or 6 presented Thursday evening, April quipment at Tallahassee. '
MEDICAREDEADLINE Little Hank Creech, son of Mr. space and parks and protectionof I non-white farmers in the District 21, in conjunction with a Expenditures have been approved

and Mrs. Ceorge Creech, Jr. water supplies on which they pancake supper served by the for a $468,000 cabling
entered Tallahassee Memorial depend. : Less than 3of the land in the I Lions Club. They are antici- project iii Tallahassee and a

Hospital on Monday and underwent "Access to the great outdoors ; District is in cultivation, the pating a large turnout for this e- $310,500 cabling project involving -

eye surgery Tuesday. He will also be provided on many remainder being in woods, tidal several sections of the
is doing fine. farms by the cropland adjustment marsh and water. vent.Mr. Fort Walton Beach exchange.

program. In appropriate Due to the suitability of the and Mrs. Marvin Black- Several other cabling projects
Mrs. C. L. Rehwinkel Mrs. burn of Tallahassee totaling$598 700 Include$93 ,
areas farmers who enter into land and changing trend in are visiting ,
Ed Levy, Mrs. Henry Smith, relatives in Tal- 300 for expanded service to ninesubdivisionsinTallahassee I
CAP agreements may obtain additional farming, much of the pasture- Sopchoppy I
Mrs. George Stafford Mrs. for permitting land and is lahassee.Mr. I ;
payments cropland being ,
31 .
MARCH Thomas Crawford and Mrs.
$160,900 for extending facilities -
the general public to come to trees.
planted
.H Charles Dawson, all members pine and Mrs. Louis Sapp, with
1 into rural
onto the retired land without This the board I! areas to serve cus-
of the WSCS of the Crawford year, sponsoredthe Mrs. John Beasley, spent Thurs-
tomers in outlying sections of
fish- I
charge for hiking, hunting, observance of "Soil Stewardship -
afternoon in Panama
ville Methodist Church day City
attended
Ing and trapping. Week" and furnished the Tallahassee; $97,700 for distribution -
IF YOU HAVE NOT SIGNED an all-day meeting of the Congress has authorized the i I ministers of the District with visiting Mrs. Sapp's son, Terry cables into areas of
at the Methodist Land, and family.Mrs. .
Society Trinity Fort Walton Beach
UP tHECK WITH YOUR Church In Tallahassee or Secretary to enter into agreeI I posters and sermon materials.The to providefor
I new housing developments
mcntseachyearfor4yearspro- ;
District still owns and Ruby McKenzie left Sat-
Tuesday, February 15. viding to farmers and I maintains few small of 12 $80,100 to provide facilities for
SOCIAL SECURITY OFFICE! payments a pieces urday, February forNew Orleans -
In the
grants to governmental units totaling farm equipment rent on a fee to be with her brother, growth northern Crest-
Y I"I.MM Y BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTMr. as much as $225 million. basis for farmers tOt use in the Hendrix Willis, of Tallahassee view area;$95,500 for expanded -

MAIM IOC''"IMJUIION......." -, ANa...WIKAH- establishment of conservation Hendrix underwent surgery at thi | service for three Crestview
....n" ......,.... I and Mrs. Paul M. Krea- practices. Oshner Hospital there and is re subdivisions and areas along U.
I ger (Emily Register) of Atlanta, CARD OF THANKS Most of the original equipment ported to be in serious conditioi S. Highway 90 West and Highway -
85 North
rrrrraarr.rrrrrrrrI Georgia, announce the birth of as it wore out, was never following the operation. I ; and projects cost-
their child, Amy Louise, on I wish to thank my many replaced due to lack of fundsand | Ing $71,200 in Shalimar, Val
Ever had DEER-BECUE? January 20, in South Fulton friends relatives in the to the fact that it had serv- Pvt. John Samuel Trice Is visiting paraiso, and DeFuniak Springs.

I Hospital, weighing six pounds County for their visits, cards ed one of its major purposes in his parents, Mr. and Mrs. i I Other approved expenditures
1 1P and eight and one half ounces. flowers, prayers and all of the pointing out to the farmer, its Preston Trice. Pvt. Trice is in 1 \include $130,300 for relocating

Other children in the family nice things they have done for fullness encouraging himto the Army and has recently completed facilities due to the widening of

lt are Julie, 5, and Mike, 3-1/2. me during my hospitalization.It buy his own equipment.In several weeks of school- highways to Tallahassee; $63, -
t /riT Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. has truly been a blessing to j addition to farming, another ing at Fort Hood, Texas. He 1! 000 forexpanding telephone fa-

1 : 1 W. A. Register of Tallahassee know I have wonderful very important feature of will be stationed at Fort Louis, I cilities at Florida State University

1 1 and Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Krea- friends and relatives. the District is the attraction it Washington. ; $90,000 for additions to the

I' ger of St. Marks. Raney Whaley offers to the sportsman in hunt- I Valparalsoexchanze building
1 1 ing and fishing. The wildlife | Patients in Tallahassee Memorial and provisions for a new exchange -

1 1E phase o(the soiland water con- 1 Hospital Mr. Myron: building in Destlnj and

1 servation program and Its importance Hodge, Mr. Eli McKenzie, following : $80,000 for additions to the
I BEER E PARTY 1 I has been stressed and a stroke suffered last I Covernment'sSACESemiAuto-(

U.S.A .., For, I wu hungry and you gar Me to.ntI ... demonstrated in every way possible week, and Miss Elaine Revell, matic Ground Environment) net-
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"0' by the District endeavoring with pneumonia. i work.

to cooperate fully with all interested I Service expansion and Improvement -
1 : : I agencies and individuals Mr. Robert Griffin of Ochlockoness expenditures by
I
Georgia, was a visitor Ir Southeastern Telephone Com
and
encouraging
pointing
,1'1I 1- Get therecipe ,
1
I out the Importance of conserva- this area last weekend. Rot pany's division headquarters in .

1 __...____ Jrscaldulolidas: I ,, tion farming in the production' spent several weeks in the hospi- Tallahassee and the Company1!
1 In this for dwontiont. tnUMiinminti I 1966 AMfAt f I of food and cover for wildlife. tal at Gainesville, Florida, and East Florida District, including

:::"-:-::::::=. rich!** for till most and I II The "end product" expectedby is still undergoing treatment Crawfordville, Greenville, Ma-
1 FREE l .:::: fun PlrIy of til Stnd I Catholic II I the "board"and SCS personnel there. dison, Monticello, Panacea, St.

1' 1 GUIDE ._..:.__,,::. ::. :..: foe it today! II is to eventually see each Miss June Roberts the Marks, Sopchoppy, and Tallahassee 0
spent
I total $4 376 :
acre of agricultural land used 900
; to 1 I weekend with her sister, Mrs. "The and
Overseas and treated according to its cap- Delton Colvin. growth economy
Beer Party/USA : \ ability and need. throughout the large area served i

1 ,. JCAn"uc The. District still maintains Mrs. Delma Roberts has as her by Southeastern Telephone :
1 1I _..... I Company Florida and
.
Nlwc office space upstairs In the west this Mr. our estimate
U.S. BREWERS ASSOCIATION, Inc. / 535 Fifth Avenue. 1 fa11arlae guest past Sunday, and of continued
growth
-II.--'Y- was
of the
New York. N.Y. 10017 __'"oUt...,...... '..t.'t'..\. J: wing County Courthouse. I Mrs. E. E. Roberts, Mr. and the basis of the decisions i for
I II sacs..11e Normal le_...............-..lm !. space with utilities, Is Mrs. J. J. Hodge and their these "
1 I'm interested In beer becue. Send me my Free copy of furnished free by the Board of ,I families. expenditures, Mr. Men
I Beer Parly/USA. I rL County Commissioners I endez stated. "The substantial _
I 1" EYES AND HEARTS-They're not asking for much Our thanks to the Commissioners o Mrs. Vassie Roberts is visiting amounts of money involved
' I Name II i .. they hope to l leach your hearts for the barest essentials of County Agent and Staff, ,, in Tallahassee for several days. should serve as an index of our
I I I life. Your smallest donation to the Catholic Bishops' Overseas ASCS and other agencies for faith In the future of the areas

1 Street_ I Relief Fund Appeal, March 13-20, can fill their hearts with hope; their cooperation and help. I'I Miss Terryta Kilboum,formerly we serve. In 1966, Southeastern
their stomachs with food. Last year Catholic Relief Services, the Telephone Company will -
City Zip_ : overseas aid agency of American Catholics, reached more than 40 I of Tallahassee, spent the continue working in
anticipation
I million needy persons In 80 countries. The goal for 1966 is $5 The American Cancer Society weekend with her grandmother, of the
1 State million, the minimum required to support this global network of I''sponsors a federation of 108 Mrs. Annie Harms. Ml* Kil telephone communications -
t 1 : aid projects.: Answer their pleading eyes and All their hearts I larynffectomee tints throughout bourn resides in Tallahassee needs of its subscribers
I II with hope. Free them from misery and hunger by supporting I the world the International where she lJ employed with the with the key objective of providing -
UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. II" the 1964 Bishops' Overseas Relief Fund Appeal, March 1320. Asso- State Road Department. the best, most modem
t cUtion.of
I I p.0. BOX 27J. WINTER PARK, FLORIDA : I Semi your contribution to: Catholic Bishops' Overseas Relief 1 members Lurni1etom.,WhOM communications service possi
JI JII Fund Empire State Bldg., New York N. Y. 10001. (Or to the bars lost their normal ble. "
netPLEADING. Catholic church.) I method of speaking because e4cancer.
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