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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: June 2, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 67 -NUMBER 40 = _.- -i- CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA : THURSDAY., JUNE: 2, lpd-A. --- I. 32327 Price lOc Per Copy ,7J 7U 7f i ii
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APPROVES PROGRAM STUDENTS FORINSTRUCTOR SCHOOL NEWS

COURSESThe BY Wanda MitCtlf
Tallahassee
FlaStateTr'easserlnsurance

CommlssionerBrowardWilliamsapprov I Red Cross is enrolling students Miss Jan Pearce was crowned
for instructor courses at queen of the 1966 Junior-Senioi YMue
ed a special program today to national aquatic and small craftsafetyschoolstobeconducted I Banquet and Prom. Janwas
provide fire and windstorm insurance in presented the crown by Junior

on property in MonroeCounty's southeastern states in June, Arnold Class President Eric Mathis.
storm-swept upper W. Winkenhofer of Atlanta The awards assembly was held
Keys. director of Safety Servicesfor Tuesday morning in the auditor-
"This is a realbreakthrough, the Southeastern Area, has ium. Mr. Martin gave the In-
s ald Commissioner Williams. announced. troduction. Danny Miller, Sen-

"This is an incentive for other Instructor courses in swimmingand ior Class President, presented,

companies to come in and pro- lifesaving and first aid will on behalf of the seniors, a pub-
r
vide similar insurance facilities lic address for school
be system
given at KampKiwani, Mid-
for Florida.the Keys" and other areas of dleton, Tenn. June 5-15; Blue use. The recognizing of students -

Star Camps Hendcrsonvill, who were outstanding in
The special program was filed N. C., June 6-16; and Camp Ocala school and community achieve-
by Charter Oak Fire InsuranceCo. Umatllla ments began first with Mrs. H.
Fla. June 6- ,
a subsidiary of Travelers T. Adams, who presented the

Insurance word Co. one of the larg- 16.A fourth school, lobe devoted Haydon Burns Scholarship Awardto
est in the .
t solely to qualifying small craft Wayne Langston; Mrs. Belle
+ I The filing was a result of safety instructors, will be heldat Fahey presented the English A-
Commissioner William's effortsto Camp Thunderbird, near ward to Danny Miller; Mr. Bailey -

encourage companies pro- Clover, S. C. June 616. This presented the Agriculture A-
vide insurance in the
Keys. coverage school will offer specializedcourses ward, awarded for leadership,

upper' This I is an answer to the mar- incanoeing, sailing and scholarship,' and outside work,

f I ket problem, he said. "Up to outboard motor boating, also to Donnie Sparkman; Mrs. Toni

S. ARMY, VIETNAM (AHTNC)) -- Army Lt. Col. Horst K now, inability to secure Insur- safe handling of small craft, and Foss presented the commercial _

Joost, 45, (left), whose wife, Cybthis, lives at 2574 CartwrightRd. ance protection on property in rescue techniques. award to Sandra Bumette; Mrs.
Honolulu, Hawaii, receives the Legion of Merit Medal, for the upper Keys has crippled the Purpose of the schools is to provide Mabel Roberts presented the
meritorious service, from Brig. Cen. C. P. Seneff, In Vietnam economy of the area by stifling trained aquatic and small most coveted awardk awardedfor
April 29. construction. Lending institutions craft leaders and Instructors, scholarship, achievement,
Colonel Joost was cited for his performance as executive officerof don't lend money on con- camps, recreation and parks departments and loyalty, The tailor Award, r

the 173d Airborne Brigade in Vietnam from July 1965 to Febru- struction: not protected by insur- : ,. youth organizations, to Danny Miller; Mrs. Dorothy
ary 1966. ance. I clubs, and other groups. Miller presented the math a- f
He introduced new combat tactics that were tested and proven Travelers Insurance Co. will Persons interested: are advised ward for the top score in the Elouise Marlon NicholsMr. \1
effective. In each brigade operation he Included psychologicalwarfare continue to write insurance at by Winkenhofer to contact their field of mathematics, to David

and civic action programs to win the Vietnamese people's standard rates in other areas of Red Cross Chapters. Wilson; Mr. Bernard Wilson pre and Mrs. Cordon A. Nichols, Sopchoppy, announce the en-
support. Monroe County. Hard-to-place Volunteer instructors, mainly sented the Florida Power Com gagement of their daughter, Elouisc Marlen Nichols, to Ronald

They were so successful that other units in Vietnam were Instructed business will go to Charter Oak, from college and university physical pany Award, whichwas a certi- Fred Crum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crum of Panacea.

by higher headquarters; to set up similar programs Com-.nlssioner Williams said. education departments, ficate of recognition and twen- The bride-elect is a sophomore at Sopchoppy High School.
General Seneff is the commanding general of the 1st Aviation The Charter Oak filing was and industrial safety departments ty-five dollar savings bond, to Mr. Crum is a senior at Sopchoppy High School.
Brigade. based upon the fact that hurri- will assist Red Cross Danny Miller for the winning essay The wedding will be June 11th in the Panacea Baptist Church.

Colonel Joost, commanding officer of the 145th Aviation Batta- canes do hit Florida's lower east safety staff on school faculties. in the 1966 Scholarship for Friends and relatives are invited.

lion near Bien Hoa, entered the Army in 1940.A coast and that they do cause I Leadership Essay Contest. Dan- -- -
1930 graduate of East Technical High School in Cleveland, damage said Commissioner C'VILLE LUNCHROOM ny's essay is being judged in the PANACEA CEMETERY
Ohio, Colonel Joost attended Omaha University, Omaha, Neb. Williams. In fact, he contin- statewide contest for one of two GIBSON EXPRESSES
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl.Joost, 2714 Forty-sixth-Ave. ued, the number of hurricanesthat WINS AN AItRD; thousand dollar scholarships. BENEFIT FISH FRY APPRECIATION
Fla. hit hte in recent I Mrs. Virginia Engles presentedthe
Terr. N. St. Petersburg, area years The Crawfordville School
played a major role in deter- Lunchroom was presented with Crisco Home Economics A- Panacea held a fish fry May Senator L. P. "Pete" Gibson

SAFETY SCHOOLS SET mining the rates. an award for superior school ward to Sandra Wetherington.The 24th with the proceeds going toward nominated for the sixth district
URGED FOR
SUPPORT The approved rate under the I, lunch participation at the State big announcement, of a suitable fence for the senate seat on May 24th, expressed -
FLORIDA STATE BY LP GAS INDUSTRY filing for low-value dwellings Convention that was held in the course, was the name of the Panacea Cemetery. I his "deep appreciation"this

FUND DRIVETallahasseeThe Tallahassee Fla. State (under $8,0X Is double the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami seniors selected for the high Proceeds of the benefit plus week and appealed for their
Treasurer-State Fire Marshal standard rate for fire insurance, Beach, Florida. honor of being Valedictorianand donations were Inthe amount of I continued support.

Florida State Brow and WillI;.announced today and triple windstorm and extended This award is given to schools Salutatorian. They are sel $208.14. The community of Gibson, gaining a majorityin
coverage; and for all o- ected on the basis of who had Panacea is of the 19 of the 24 counties led his
University Alumni Association 15 special day-long lique- achieving 90% or better partici- of from proud cemetery ,
ther the standard rate the highest score grades
today announced a coordinated fied Petroleum Gas Safety Ser- property, pation. which was acquired from Pearce of Palatka, by a marginof
for fire and triple for windstormand the 9th to the 12th grades.
,
drive for the Greater Florida vice Schools throughout Florida Mrs. Eloise Harvey, managerof selected the county and plans are in pro- almost 14,000 votes. Pearce
Donnie
extended was
State Fund in all counties of the from June to October. coverage. the CrawfordviLU School Salutatorian.Sparkman Miller and gress to beautify this area. led Gibson by a wide margin only -
Big Bend. Treasurer Williams said thltyear's I Commissioner Williams said Lunchroom, states that to ach- Danny The committee wishes to thank in his home county of Put-
his office was continuing to work Kathy Strickland were chosen as all
who
Melvin Pope of Tallahassee, program would include ieve such an award suggestshard so graciously helped nam.
because of
co-Valedictorians
alumni director of this district, discussion of the LP Gas Code, toward development of a volun- work, close cooperation serve those that contributedfood Gibson said today that he plan-
appealed to all Alumni livingin fire control demonstrations anda tary pool of insurance companies between all involved, and is their identical scores. be These donations, also for the ned an early visit to each of the
this area to support the fund. special 90-minute course on to provide coverage when indicative of a high cjcgree of students should certainly con- Florida Forestry Service and everyone counties in the district to meet
find oth- for their achieve-
owners can no gratulated
property that contributed in and local offi-
"Thousands of youngsters who driver-traffic safety. acceptability by students of the any with supporters
want a college education are The program held In conJunction er market. lunches served. ments.When Mr. Martin Introduced way to the success of the ven- cials to discuss problems and

turned away each year, Pope with the Florida LP Gas The Type A Lunch is served Mrs. ture.The issues.
the award presented by
Association is expected to draw THE COUNTY AGENTS CORNER ( above article was signedby
said, "and we hope, by using each day and the participationhas Mabel Roberts, he told the students the
these donations, to help them more than 1,200 employees in BYE' R." Wheaton, been 90 to 94 % for the that Mrs. Roberts had decided committee members
Tom Harrell Committee Chair- POST-ELECTION STATEMENTBY
with scholarships and loans. the LP Gas industry.The school year. ,
County Agent to retire after 44 years of
In addition, Pope said, "The schedule The Crawfordville School teaching. She was given man; BOB McCLUREWords
Greater Florida State Fund is used Fort Lauderdale, June 14West; Willie Clover, Sam Lollie, Lunchroom was the only one in ovation the Ottis Vause, Clerk;
to help recruit honor students Palm Beach, June 15; and Fort Chuck Deal, and David Miller Wakulla County to win an a- standing students. by facultyand T. L. Stokley, Z. W. Revelle, can never express my
for Florida State. Pierce, June 16. have been selected as delegatesto ward. the and Gillie Barwick, members.) heartfelt gratitude to those who
Exams Wednesdayand
The counties in this district In- Fort Myers, July 12; Sarasota- attend State 4-H Club Con- ended were today.begun The students The following was written by voted for me and to my supporters -
Calhoun Gulf Bradenton, 13 and St. Pet- the of Florida Lucille Cummins, Publicity workers and friends who
cluse Jackson, July ; gress at University NATIONAL TEACHERS EXAM will celebrate the end of exams
Chairman for the with
Franklin ersburg, July 14. 1316. The week'sprogramwill Crawfordville worked long and diligently
Cad s den Liberty, June the
dance in
Leon, Jefferson, Madison, and Sebring August; Tampa, emphasize importance TO BE HELD ON JULY 16 C.H.S.by attending I tonight.a The Chapter, Order of the Eastern out hint or suggestion of reward.
Taylor. August 10; and Lakeland, Aug- of democratic values AT FLORIDA STATE gym Star, of Panacea. Iwant them to know that I shall
local Tallahasseeband
estimated ust 11. and Croup, a The great Clock of Life is remember them for the rest of
"There are an 5,000 citizenship responsibilities; will entertain with live
Florida State Alumni living in Orlando September 13; Gainesville for young citizens. The program Tallahassee, May 27--Nation- music., Admission prices are wound but once, my life. Our positive campaign
the Big Bend, Pope said, "and September 14; Jackson- will provide many leader- al Teachers Exa ruinations will be and $1.25 drag. And no one has the Power -- was based solely upon Issues of
ville 15. In Florida State Univer- 754 stag To tell just when the hand government and I am proud and
we want everyone of them as an September ship experiences in order that given at 2:00: o'clock, The
active member and contributor. Tallahassee, October 11; Panama those attending may learn how sity's Education Building on July Tuesday the students an example will stop -- humbled at the votewe received. -
City, October 12; and Pen- to apply and share Congress information Group of gave their music. At a late, or early hour. I hull be glad to help in
Alumni may contributions sacola, October 13. in their county 4-H 16.University Test Service Direct- Now, now is the only timeyou whatever way I can to work for

directly to the Alumni Office, Under state law, the State Club program. I Thomas M. Cookby said those own; a better district.REGISTRATION.
Florida State University. All Treasurer in Florida is charged While attending Congress, 4- Interested in taking i the tests So Live, love, toil, serve
contributions are tax deductible. with administration of safety regulations H'erswill housed In the Uni- should begin making plans Im Cod, be faithfulwith a will.
Special Century Club plaques are governing the sale, delivery versity dormitories at the Uni- mediately. Registration forms KENNEDY ON BOARD OF Place no faith in your tomorrow FOR FIRST

given those who contribute $100or and servicing of LP Gas versity of Florida' There will for the examinations must be GEORGIA MILITARY For then---- GRADERS ON JUNE 8
more $5 appliances and facilities. for recreationand forwarded so as to reach the Educational -
but any amount over be opportunities ACADEMY The clock of life Ralph Martin, principal of
directorof Service in your may
makesAlumni eligible for active Robert E. Cresimer, the purpose of Congresswillbe Testing be slill.LANDSCAPING. Crawfordville School, announces -
membership.Active the LP Gas Division, will be to emphasize leadership, citizenship Princeton, N.)J. no later than College Park, Ga. The elec- that registration for

Alumni receive several in charge of tho series. and personal develop June 17.Bulletins. describing tion of Mr. Cecil A. Kennedyof children entering first grade this

publications from Florida State ment.PESTICIDE of Information Jasper, Florida, to a three PROGRAMSET fall in Crawfordville will be

, and get priority in buying football SENIORS PREPAREFOR SAFETY registration! procedures forms year term on the executive committee WOMAN'S CLUB held Wednesday June 8, 1966.
AT
tickets. GRADUATIONThe The first rule of safety in using and containing registration Gool- of the Governing Boardof One or both parents should
any pesticide is to read and maybe obtained from Dr. Georgia Military Academywas Wheaton will bring the child to the school at
Education Building, gent
C'VILLE LUNCHROOM end of the assembly program follow the directions and pre- sby at 203 from the National announced today by Presi- show County films and talk on land- 9:00 A.M. for registration and
cautions on the container label. or directly W. R. Brewster Jr. Other an orientation for -
Tuesday morning was dent of program parents
Examination Educational at the next meeting
LADIES ATTEND BANQUET Read them each time Teacher scaping
marked by this year's seniors you use 911 North Floridians serving on the Woman'sClub. and children. The activi-
Box Crawfordville
leaving the auditorium for the the pesticide, don't depend on Testing Service, Governing Board include Mr. Richard the ty will conclude at 11:00 A.M.
Mrs. Eloise Mrs.
Harvey, .
your memory. Do not save or Princeton, N.J. Monticello Parents arc requested to bring
last time while everyone stood. Simpson of scheduled for
Rossie Wildem, Mrs. Ella Jones containers. Rinse At the one-day test session a The meeting is
re-use empty the birth certificate and If
The juniors who will be seniors and Mr. Tom Shave of Fernan- available -
and Mrs. Anny Harper attendedthe or metal containers with candidate may take the Common June 7 at the clubhouse starting
glass the immunization
filed into the Beach.In record -
next: then dina '
year which Include atS'OOP.M.All .
annual School Food Service and of them examinations,

water dispose properly. for each child to be emoU-
Association Banquet which was front row of seats reserved for tests in professional educationand conjunction with the meet- members are urged to attend -

held Monday night at the Tal- seniors. The program was con- general education, and one ing of the Governing Board, and bring a guest for this ed.All
and children affected
-
year's seniors ceremonies were
cluded and next round breaking parents
lahassee of the 13 teaching area exam- Informative program.
Dining Room. left the auditorium for the first held for the Richard C. Cresh- are urged to take advan-
New officers were Installed time. EASTERN STAR SETS inations. am Chapel. In other action thu tage of this opportunity to meet'
for the 1966-1967 school year. Baccalaureate services are II Board announced that the nameoftheCeorgiaMllitaryAcademy the teachers, get some Important -
Mrs. Eloise Harvey was again Sunday night at eight o'clock FISH FRY FOR JUNE Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Copelandhave SOPCHOPPY : information, and spend a

elected Representative to serve C.H.S. auditorium. The Crawfordville Chapter, returned to Crawfordville will be changed on August 1 to FIRST I GRADERS TO few minutes In the school.
for the Wakulla County group. Graduation exercises are the No. 242, Order of the Eastern after spending i two weeks at Woodward/ Academy. I
About one hundred and fifty following night at eight o'clock, Star, will have a fish fry on thelr.home In Macon. They arc Kennedy! a 1935 graduate of REGISTER JUNE 8th
ladies SENIORSThe
were present Awardswere June 6. June 11 at the new Masonic the proud grandparents a new Georgia Military Academy, has Sopchoppy School will have PTA HONORS
given to the oneswho had : Temple in Crawfordville.It granddaughter, which Is the been extremely active in alumni registration for first graders on
twenty-five years of service in will start at 0:00 P.M. and fourteenth one. affairs for a number of years. June 8th, from 9:00: A.M. to Crawfordvill PTA will
the school lunch program. I the price is $1 for adults and SOot ----.- Both of Mr. 'I Kennedy's sons, 3:00: P.M.Please hold a reception Sunday night,
Miss Ruthan Robson, president of Pine- has returned to Waldo and are child June 5th, in the school lunch
Mrs. Marlin Lesley for children. Tyrone Moore Benjamin, graduates bring your and,
of the Association, gave a netta, fla. and Mrs. Lonie Fort Polk, La., after spending of Georgia Military Academy birth certificate. The registra- room honoring the seniors following

very Lunch interesting- A Profession talk on "School That Langston of Jacksonville, Fla., I wo weeks furlough with his parents tion will take place in the first the The Baccalaureate public is 'arm
Meets spent last weekend with their Mr. and Mrs. Albert grade classroom. mony. cordially
Its Responsibilities In An Invited to attend.
Era of Change". brother, Mr. Glover Strickland. I I Moore.



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WAKULI.A: COUNTY
NitWit LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex- .
THURSDAY JUNE: 2, 1986 I LEGAL NOTICEIn A-Diet Tablets. Only 98* at -
Wakulla Pharmacy. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME
the Circuit Court of the Second lOt-6/2.
& Funeral Director
_, Judicial Circuit, In and Embalmer
For Wakulla County, Florida.In .
Chancery No. 1381. FOR SALE Spinet piano. Used Phone 697-3366
but like new. Can be seen in
WAKULLACOUNTY Keats Arthur Washburn, this vicinity. Cash or terms to CARRABELLB, FLA.
Plaintiff, responsible party. For informa
NEWS -vs- DIVORCE tion without expense or obliga- "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"SERVING
Verba M. Washburn, -- tion, write Credit Manager,
Telepkane WAlnat I-'SOI Pefendant. 5107 Florida Avenue. Tampa. WKULLA-CCJIWV
NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONTO

: Verba M. Washburn t I I
P. O. Box 5126 WAKULLA GARDENS i'
LODUIDATION SALE
Augusta, Georgia

You are hereby notified that a We cordially invite allWakulla ,': Cool], Creamy, and Quick
Bill of Complaint for Divorce County residents to our Liquidation '
j Virginia KelVtleyI { ...........-:...' diiaI has been filed against you, and Sale of lots in Units I and : studies Alvin at, a depths of
you are required to serve a copy IV, June 11th -- 12th; sale start- of hydrogen
a
I recovery
,I of your Answer or Pleading to ing UtOO A. M. Lot prices
Crawfordvlll. FlOrldi a' the Bill of Complaint on theplaintiff's starting at$250.00, 5% down and .
i Entered at FOR RENT 2 bedroom
I Subscrl]p attorney, Honorable $10.00 monthly. Approximately
!I M tee o nd class matter. Richard O. Mitchell of Mitchell I house inWakulla
85 lots l.i. (Inside and highway
I 'Jon rate: $3.00 per year. 0 Mitchell 103 North Cadsden $50.00 monthly.. Phone
A interested
frontage) nyone
Street, Tallahassee, Florida, I 7721.
prior to sale time may contactJoe sty
and file the original Answer or + 4
I i Harlan, c/o Panacea Dev. I
\ Pleading in the office of the 7 FOR SALE 3 be
Box Panacea
P. O.
Corp., ,
I If You deed II Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Florida, Phone No. WA67721Crawfordville I I house. Air # t
before the 13th day of June, central heating. Call 4 f
( )
Office Supplies 1966. If you fail to do so, 5/19. i Russ. Crawfordville. :
Office Furniture / judgment by default will be taken I
against you for the relief
Business Machines
I. demanded in the Bill ef Com-

RANEY See or WHALEY Call plaint.DONE AND ORDERED atCrawfordvlUe. I

1 Florida, this 9th
atCAPITAL of 1966.
day May
OFFICE /Moody Pearce
EQUIPMENT CO. Clerk of the Circuit Court
Byi Beatrice Dugger, D.C. f8
319 South Adams'St. /s/ Richard O. Mitchell r I
Richard O. Mitchell of can be calm and collected despite the temper!
Corner E. Penaatola Mitchell 6 Mitchell she lets convenience foods do all the hard work. This
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA 103 North Cadsden Street paifait's a breeze made the quickstep Borden
Tallahassee, Florida -with sweetened condensed milk. Just blend with
Attorneys for Plaintiff. add sour cream and plump juicy blueberries. Present
a pretty parfait glaaa.Blueberry .

HENRY WILLIAMS TRADE NOW (Mukcs eight Parfait 1/g cup Dessert serving)
LEGAL NOTICE' (15-oz.can) Eagle 2 cups (j. pint) Borden's
RcMuTYReg. Sweetened Sour Cream
I In the Circuit Court of the Second Milk 2 cups ((1 pint) fresh
Judicial Circuit of Florida SPECIAL lemon juice blueberries washed,
finely grated drained and stemmed
and For Wakulla County -
Real Estate Broke In rind
In Chancery.No. .
St. Marks Fla. 1382.
e bowl,combine sweetened condensed milk,lemon juice
Phone 741 Joe Ann Brown, Blend thoroughly Fold in sour cream. Gently fold in
Plaintiff, Spoon into 8 parfait glasses. Chill in refrigerator
vs. DIVORCE until thoroughly set. If desired, garnish each parfait
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES
;: ; blueberries. I
Alton Brown, '
James Defendant. 1/4 cup blueberries for garnish.

W. M.Associate Hatcher, : Sr. Order of Publication EVERY 64 Volkswagen. $
State of Florida tot 1963rChevrofet0"
Phone WA 6-3201 $
Alton Brown,
James t dMr, radio heater. factor
Address Unknown. eondiUonlnf. low mll.I' ,..
You are hereby notified that a OK USED CAR OWfltP SPECIALSSPECIALS
1963
DAVE HAMRICK complaint for divorce has been FORD $

1 filed against you in the Circuit BACKED BYALFORDS transmliiion.falrlane SOD VI radio with and '
INSURANCE AGENCY Court of Wakulla County, Flo- 1962 Corvair $
rida, in Chancery. You are Coupe with r.dlo. heater, FRI., SAT..
i 'AUTOMOBILE hereby required to file (person- wall Urai and clan
ally or by attorney) with the
I I I, 'BONDS Clerk of said Court, and send a 42 YEARS
: CASUALTY copy of the same to the attorneyfor THING"R.
plaintiff, your written defenses
OF SERVICE
i j 'MARINE if-any, to the complaintIn ll HOUSE 79Reg.
said cause, on or before July
j 'FIRE
tor
i
5, 1966. Hue I n fail not or Ire N. Adam Ph. 843211 I
i PHONE 877.3108( Judgment Oefaultwill be entered | i
against you. 1965 Elcamino $1895 .
1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 WITNESS my hand and the 1 ejrUndtr. standard ttanamls.don j f
seal of said Court at Crawford- 1964 radio GMC.$1295 healer. 1 lB. QH ,
TALLAHASSEE. FLA. ville, Wakulla County, Flori- :
da, this 31st day of May, 1966. 11 ton pick up truck clean on.

(Official Seal) 1964'Chevrolet. $1495 !
_...I / Pearce
sMoody VI 4 door Belalr Sedan, radio' STEAK lb. 79c
Moody Pearce heater automatic Iraiumlsilon
TERRY HARRISHouse Clerk Circuit Court clean one owner.

Wakulla County, FloridaJ. YOU ARE BETTER RgF&lY FA CHOPS Center Cut lb. 89c:
Wiring ItAppliance H. HudsonP. IN AN u ,
Repair O. Box 66CrawfordviUe I
: '
Also Electric Blankets Attorney for Plaintiff., Fla. j I Morn SAUSAGE, ib. roll 59c

4t-6/2,9, 16,23.Subway ja ji

Route 1, Box 34 i :" SYRUP2 gal. 89c

Sopchoppy, Florida .
Phone 10-22 4z: "'
Economy ; Evap MILK, 2 cans for 29c
Newly designed subway and .
I transit cars of nickel stainless
Sell Knapp Shoes part or full steel weigh four tons less than WAFER CREMES 39c
time. Earn $25 to $150 a weekon conventional steel cars and per
high commissions and bonus. mit savings In power costs of I
Equipment Steady year-round furnished bus in free.ell. an estimated $16,000 per car CHEER. Giant Size 75c
35
over a -year span.
Write to R. L. Johnson, Knapp
Shoes. Brockton. Mass. $ MILK, GAL. JUG. PLUS DEP 99c

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24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE Slaw Monda rjy J ..BY. Louise C. Sapp '


PHONE 385-1161' Potato SaladCIacoIate Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fletcher:
Tallahassee Fla."lQya.t \ Cake from Van Cleve, Miss., arrived
Ice CreamBread Saturday to spend this week
Butter with their daughter's children
I I Milk at the Methodist parsonage.
The Rev. and Mis. Jesse Baker
Tuesday Hamburger: Steaks 2 left Monday for Lakeland, Fie.
wa/a ,,., to attend the annual Conference.
Steamed Rice "' .
Creen Beans ,raerrx + Warren Hardin accompanied
Fruit Cocktail them, as lay delegate ,
from the church.
Bread Butter

Orange Juice The Methodist Men's Club had
fiy Milk I their wives and children to their
E-f Thursday night Supper. About A
; forty-five were present. After '
Stainless In ArchitectureNickel i* Ms the meal in the social hall, Karm .

stainless steel is fast : E 0 Tully played the piano fb/
becoming one of the world's most ..s group singing.
widely used architectural mat ,_ I I West Point, N. Y. (AHTNC)
lals-particularly for modern THIS "DRIVE-IN" FACILITY for customer-convenience proves Cadet Russell W. Jenna, Jr.,son I Mrs. Theo Rudd has two sisters :
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skyscrapers. Although in 1927 equally satisfactory as a "gallop-in" for 71-year-old Arthur W. Colonel (USA, Ret.) andMrs.R. visiting in her home. P ey,
I there was virtually no stainless Stuart and his horse, Poco, both electric customers of Florida Power W. Jenna, 1127 Sarasota Dr. came for the funeral theq alar-
steel used for such applications, Corporation In Zephyihills, Fla. Mr. Stuart, of Fort King i Tallahassee, Fla. is scheduledto ter, Mrs. Harrell of Panaceas -
architectural uses of stainless cres, blcicves in combining business with pleasure and graduate from the U. S. Mil- j I; and will remain over for the amt .
steel currently approach 100000 "saddles-up" Poco for routine trips into town. A-I itary Academy at Wet! Point t I nual family gathering In June. 01I
tons
annually. Wednesday, June 8.
e t Cadet Jenna will be commissioned I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harms
a second Lcutcncnt in the I spent Sunday in Smithcreekwith
Infantry and will receive a bach- her brother, Pasco Cox, and her
elor of science degree. I cousin, Mrs. Eunice Kyle.
Appointed to West Point by Quintis Kyle is home and recuperating
Representative Philip J. Philbin .
I from a recent ope-
(D-Mass. ), he \is graduatedfrom I i ation. j
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a Seoul (Korea) American

I High School in 1961. Captain and Mrs. Frank Met-,
I While at the academy, the 22- calf and two sons are visiting hi s. '
Tae raans rset MONI'RaNdFw.aF year-old cadet was a member ofa mother, Mrs. Elsie Roddenbct-
It's good to get home. cadet chapel choir, the glee ry. They will leave soon for Paris a
club, the dialectic society and France, where he will serve i
after a day of hard work or hard play. And it's the Spanish Lingiuge club. He chaplain in the Air Force
pleasant to relax with cool], refreshing beer. In I was alsoa member of the k Me Base near Paris.

fact, 65% of all the beer produced in this countryis and During lacrosse Isis senior teams.year he bald Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams '
m
enjoyed at home. It cheers your taste as it renews :Jhankj + t'r i the rank of first sergeant In the of Pennington, Ala. ,

your zest. So, make yourself at home. Corps of Cadets. spent the weekend with his mother
(f His father, a member of West Mrs. Harriet Wilder.
with beer. Point's Class of 1934, is current-
INC.t.i:>. ly employed as the West Area Mrs. Vassie Roberts entered the
UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, world Director for the Florida State I Memorial Hospital on Monday.
,.. O. BOX 213.WINTER PARK FLORIDA \y; Civil Defense. | She has been ailing sometime.
Vice President Hubert H. i __ ________
FOR THE TRUST AND CONFIDENCEYOU newsin Humphrey is the scheduled i Miss Carol Becton of Panacea

speaker for the graduation cere- graduated from Alice's Beauty
monies.fW. 1! College of Tallahassee last Sat-
| urday. She plans to work in
i Panama City for the summer.

HAVE SHOWN IN ME. I The Yough People of the Bap
t fcus list Church entertained the graduating -
| class of Sopchoppy High
I School last Saturday evening
i with a dinner party in the social
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Th Christian Science Monitor Principal
I AM VERY GRATEFUL. On Norway St, Baton Man 021 ISPltaM Bonner spoke and Randy Anderson
sang. A good time was en-
.nt.r my subscription to the Joyed by all.
Monitor for the period checked be-
z
low. I tnctoM. J -. (US Funds) Capt. and Mrs. George Rlck-
ertson of San Diego, Calif., are
C I YEAR $24 Cl 6 months $12
NELTON JERNIGAN spending a vacation in their
Q 3 month $$ lovely home near Breakaway .

Nom ,.. __. __ Lodge. Next week they will attend i
the of their son
graduation
THANK YOU JAMES JOANOS"If St.t.-. ..._. ,_ __ l from Medical College inGalnes- ,

City.) .._._ _._ .___..__ ville, Florida.__ .
I SHOULD LOSE. LET ME STAND BY THE
ROAD Slole __ III Code_ -- t Terry Harris has recently completed .
AND CHEER AS THE WINNERS GO BY. an electrical course from .

TO MY VOTERS MS f. Lively Technical School in Tile
SUPPORTERS I AM PROUD OF
I lahassee. His business location
THE CONFIDENCE YOU PLACED IN ME IN THE R is at his home and includes electricity -'
1 J house wiring and all
RECENT
DEMOCRATIC' PRIMARY.
...i t., \ appliances.

IT WAS A REAL YONOR TO HAVE BEEN FIRSTIN '
I I / 1 ., We it Point, N. Y. (AHTNC) Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Langstonand
GADSDEN COUNTY. -- Cadet James A. Dickens son I family of Huntsville, Ala.,
BETTY Words can never express my : of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Dickens were recent visitors of Ronald's
LOU
AND I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBERTHE 1S
I 2033 Wahalow Nene, Tal- I parents, Mr. and 1.1 rs. Amos
DEDICATED SUPPORTERS WHO WORKED lahassee, Fla., is scheduled to Langston.
I sincere appreciation for this graduate from the U. S. Mili-
SO
HARD. IIq Academy at West Point Miss Deborah Story is spendingthe

CONGRATULATIONS TO SAM AND MYRA TEA6UE of service have I Wednesday, June 8. summer vacation with her
,
opportunity you
Cadet Dickens will be com- mother, Mrs. Carlton Willis, after
I ON A MOST HONORABLE CAMPAIGN AND I missioned a second lieutenantin attendingschoolinBristol.
VICTORY Armor and will receive a bachelor -
I given me. The Athletic was held
I of Science degree. Banquet
I BEST OF LUCK TO YOU AND YOURS IN THE t l Appointed to West Point by Friday evening, May 20, at the
I shall strive to merit SenatorCeorge Smathers (D- lunchroom cafeteria. It was supervised -
YEARS TO Fla.), he was graduated from by our Coach, Red
COME.JAMES E. JOANOS r I Leon I Ugh School in 1960 and Sanders, and was enjoyed by all
your confidence. attended Georgia Military Col- attending.Mrs. ._
lege in Milledgeville and Flo-
Karen Cox -rd familyand
II III rida State University. Cadet
Thank ,
you Dickens is a member of Kappa Mrs. Wilma Jeau Creen of
Alpha Order. Tallahassee were recent visitorsof

HAL DAVIS While at the academy, the their parents, Mr.. and Mrs.
W. D.
A Sincere Reynolds.
1(' 23-year-old cadet was a mem- _
ber of the pistol club. He was D e 1 1 o n Colvin left Monday,
catcher on the baseball team May 23. for Fort Jackson, S.C.,
Thanks! and received a monogram and where he will undergo training
I I /
I was captain of the pistol team. with the National Guard. Colvin
Cadet Dickens lettered on the
Is married to the former Callie
pistol team all four years, wasa Roberts, and he Is a 1960 graduate -
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member of the National Col- from High School.
fl//anjc/ hankj I legiate Athletic Association's Mrs. Colvin Sopchoppy resides with her
Ail-American team all four
mother, Mrs. Delma Roberts.
To the wonderful people of North Floridafor years and was named the Nat- The Colvin home is near Medart.
ional Individual Intercollegiate
their expression of confidence on May .1 Champion for 1965. Miss Rose Ann Barwick and a
I WISH TO THANK MY FRIENDS FOR During his senior year he held friend, Miss Janet Class of Tal-
24th. the rank of captain in the Corps lahassee, spent last weekend in
of Cadets and was a company Marianna. While there they enJoyed -
i swimming and picnickingat
THEIR VOTE AND ACTIVE SUPPORT IN Blue Springs.

I acknowledge with deep gratitude this The Shell Point Restaurant was

the setting of the SopchoppyBand
heart-warming display of loyalty and THE PAST YEARS AND ALSO ON THE I Banquet held Friday evenIng -

trust.I : ,_May27._ __________
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I commander.jAJ1 M/Sgt. and Mrs. Richard R.

24TH OF MAY. IF I CAN HELP YOU Mike Roberts, left early and sons Tuesday, Dick mom-and

pledge an un-ending effort to be a good ] tag, May 31, for Wltchita Falls,
Texas, where they will be stationed

senator for each of you. ANYWAY AT ANYTIME PLEASE LET ME i I at Hq. Medical Service
LEON FEDERAL School, Sheppard Air Force
Base. For the past two yean,
and loan Association Sgt. Roberts and his family have
In deepest humility. Savings w.nans ruse been Air
KNOW. stationed at Cunter
A.rripIM. Force Base la Montgomery, Ala.
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I THANKS 111 South MOWM .( I

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RALPH STRICKLAND 1704 W. TMIMISNTAIUHASSH I boats In made of nickel stainless I

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COME AND WORSHIP AT THICHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE WAKULLA THOtSDAT. JUNE COUNTY 2. IMS, '


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. LAKE ELLEN OTTER CREEK RIVER SINKNEWUCHTAS flPCHOPPr) -. .:- J I
CHURCH
DIRECTORY BAPTIST CHURCH HOLINESS CHURCH
S. A.
Coxwell Pastor
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Prepared School 10:00 AM
by Sunday : (Inactive)
Sunday School 10:00 AM HOUNESS
CHURCHRev. CHURCHRev.
jess Morning Worship 11:00 AM COD
Hey Balder Moming Worship 11:00 AM
Training Union 7:00 PM Training Union 6:30 PM Gary Cotney, Pastor Roy Rochester, Pastor !

Criwfordvllle. Methodist Church Evening Worship 8:00 PMNoman' Evening Worship 7:30 PM PANACEA Sunday School 10:00/11:00'r. Sunday School 10:00 AM WAKULLAWAKULLA
Midweek A
Prayer
Morning Worship Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Missionary Service Wed. 7:30 PM BETHEL PRIMITIVE Christ's Ambassadors METHODIST
Young People's
.
Union 1st
Monday Men's Brotherhood BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sunday 6:30 PM CHURCH
Service
ARRAN Yoman's Society -Missionary 3rd Friday 1st Thursday 7:30 PM Cortez White, Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 PM. Evening 6:00 7:45 PM PM Rev. Roger Stimson, pastor

TOWER PENTECOSTAL vlen's Brotherhood Dorcas Circle Sunday School Midweek Prayer Midweek Prayer Mrs. Lyon Crosby, Church and
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2nd
7:30 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM Service Wed.) 7:30 PM Service Tues. Wakulla
HOUNESS CHURCH 3rd Tuesday 7:30 PM Every Sunday ( ( ) 7:45 PM Community. Workerfor

Rev. Noah Connell, Pastor fhe following held at 3:15 PM h 2nd Weekend! 7:30 PM Woman's Auxiliary Wed. County.
Sat. Eve. Worship West Florida AM
"'EDA TFRIENDSHIP CongregationalHoliness Sunday School 49l30:
loyal Ambassadors CREEK
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OAM
Sunday School 10:00 AM Sun. Mom. Worship : Campground Worship 10:00 AM
4 Morning
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Every Monday C Tuesday PRIMITIVE Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM June 8 22, 1966
Young People Service 6:00 PM :Auxiliary: 4th Weekend: SHADY SEA BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
Evening Worship 7:00: PM Every Tuesday C Wednesday BAPTIST CHURCH Sat. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM Earl Pearce, Pastor

Midweek Prayer 7(30 PM unbeams Rev. Emmett Whaley, Pastor Sun. Morn. Worship 11:00 AM School 10:00 AM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. ZION HILL
Service (Wed.) Every Monday C Tuesday Worship 7:30 PM Sunday
2nd Sunday Sun. Eve. Morning Worship 11:00 AM METHODIST CHURCHRev.
O. C.
Hall
Fri' 7:30 PM Pastor
7:30 PM Prayer Service ( ) 7:30 PM,
Evening Worship Worship
Evening ; Sunday School 10:00 AM W. L. Prater, Pastor ,
CRAWFORDVILLE' CURTIS MILLS 4th Weekend: Midweek Prayer Morning Worship 11:00: AM 2nd 6 4th '
Sat. Morn. Worship 11:00 AM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Sundays:
CONGREGATIONAL Training Union 7:00 PM Morning Worship 9:30 AM
BEULAH PRIMITIVE CURTIS MILLS COMMUNITY Sat. Evening School Worship 10:00 7:30 AM PM HOLINESS CHURCH Evening Worship 8:00: PM
Sunday :
BAPTIST CHURCHRev. CHURCH (Holiness) Morning Worship 11:00 AM Rev. Steve Harrell, Pastor SPRING CREEK PRIMITIVE >Midweek Prayer

Emmett Whaley, Pastor Herbert Thompson, Teacher Evening Worship 7:30 PM Sunday: School 10:00AM BAPTIST CHURCH Woman's Service (Missionary Wed.) Society 8.00PM

1st Sunday Sunday School 10:00 AM Midweek Prayer Morning Worship 11:00 AM Rev. W. W. McAllister, Pastor (Every Other Wed.) 3:00 PM IN SERVICE
Sunday School 10:00 AM Evening Worship 7:00 PM Service Tuesday 7:30 PM Young People's Sunday School 10:00AM Sunbeams ,
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Prayer Service Ladies Prayer Service Sunday 6:15 PM Morning Worship 11:00: AM 2nd C 4th Tuesday 3:15 PM Hohenfels, Germany -- Army
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Wednesday C Friday 7:30 PM Service-Wednesday 10:00 AM Evangelistic Service Evening Worship 7:30 PM ({" PFC Emory H. Stapleton 20,
3rd Weekend Sunday 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer whose parents,the Rev. and Mrs.
Sat. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM MEDART ASSEMBLYOF Midweek Prayer Service (Wed.) 7:30 PMt MT. SEASON PRIMITIVE Sam Odom, live In Carrabelle,
Sunday School 10:00 AM COD CHURCHRev. Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Fla. is participating In a four-

Morning Worship 11:00 AM IVAN Cortez White Pastor week training exercise with the
E. M. Carter, Pastor ST. MARKS 3rd Armored Division at Hohen-
Evening Worship 7:30 PM IVAN ASSEMBLY OF Sunday School 10:00 AM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. 1st Weekend: fels, Germany.
COD CHURCHRev. 11:00 AM CHURCHRev. Sat. Mora. Wor. 11:00 AM the exercise scheduledto
Morning Worship A. V. Pickern, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST During ,
Pastor 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM end June 10, Stapleton is tak-
,CRAWFORDVILLE METHODIST Henry Cooksey, Evening Worship Sunday School 10:00 AM Fred Harrison, Pastor 11:00
School 10:00 AM Midweek Prayer 11:00 AM Morning Worship AM ing part in weapons firing and
: CHURCHRev. Sunday Morning Worship Sunday School 10:00: AM 3rd SundaSunday :
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Service Wed. 7:30 PM 6:00 PM tactical maneuvers to maintainthe
Union 11:00AM
L. Baker Pastor Training Morning Worship School 10:00 AM
Jesse Christ's Ambassadors 7:00 PM combat proficiency of his
Evening Worship Worship 6:30 PM
Evening Union :
Training Moming Worship 11:00 AM
1st C 3rd Sunday Winter 7:00 PM Saturday 7:30 POTTER M I Midweek Prayer Evening Worship 7.30. PM unit, the 1st Battalion of thedivision's
Sunday SchoolMorning 10:00 AM Summer 7:30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Midweek 48th Infantry.
11:00 AM Prayer CHURCH Stapleton, a driver in the battalion's -
Worship Midweek Prayer Woman's Missionary Union- Service (Wed.) 7:30: PM
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM CREEK Thurs. after 1st Sun. 10:00 AM Company C near Cel-
OF CHRIST
2nd f. 4th Sunday: Boy Scouts (Fri.) 6:00 PM nhausen, entered the Army in
I Corning \ O1'.1..,, 9:30 AM NEW HOME PRIMITIVE ST. MARKS METHODIST Floyd McCullough, Minister August 1965, completed basic
Sunday School 10:30 AM WHIDDON LAKE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCHRev. CHURCH Bible Study 10:00 AM training at Fort Jackson, S. C. ,
I BAPTIST CHURCHRev. W. W. McAllister, Pastor RIVERSIDE BAPTIST MISSIONRev. Morning Worship 11:00 AM and arrived overseas last Jan-

Midweek Prayer PM Emmett Pastor Sunday School Pastor (Inactive) Evening Worship 7:30 PM uary.
7:30 ,
Service (Wed.) Whaley, Ceorge Dickey Bible Study (Wed.) 7:30 PM He Is a 1965 graduate of Bran-
9:45 AM
2nd Weekend Every Sunday School 10:00 AM
Methodist Youth Fellowship : Sunday ford High School.
Every Sunday Evening 6:30 PM Sat. Evening Worship 7:30 PM 1st Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 AM SMITH CREEK
Woman's Society of Christian Sun. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Training Union 7:00 PM SOPCHOPPY METHODIST
Service 3rd Tues. 3:30 PM 3rd Sunday: Evening Worship 8:00 PM MT. ELON BAPTIST CHURCHRev. CHURCHRev.
7:30 PM
Evening Worship
Men's Club- 3rd Tues. 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer 7:30 PM William Flury, Pastor Jesse L. Baker, Pastor
Wesleyan Service Guild Service Sunday School 9:50 AM 1st & 3rd Sunday:
4th Thursday 8:00 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 9:30 AM Nickel Supplies
Training Union 6:00 PM Sunday School 10:30 AM
Since 1905,the world's leading
Evening Worship 7:00 PM 2nd C 4th Sunday: source of nickel has been the
While the girls concentrate on Woman's Missionary Union Sunday School 10:00 AM
Sudbury District of Ontario.
FHP WarnsPromgoers their formal or semi-formal dress, I responsibility reflection of is maturity good Judgementa insurance companies cancel 1st Monday after Morning Worship 11:00 AM Currently, mines In the district
most men look forward to who have 1st Sunday 9:00 AM Evening Worship 7:30 PM
young "Don't let fatigue cloud youi r r policies held by minors yield more than 55 per cent of
driving the family car for the big Midweek Prayer
consumed alcohol. the free world's nickel supply.
judgement or ability for
event. Prom night offers teenagers manj rules while Service (Tues.) 7:30 PM
all safety
Drive to Stay students prom night Is the first t: Observe Supercold Steel Methodist Youth Fellowship
unprecedented privileges driving. Watch out for the car In --
Alive but with these privileges go re I established. front of you and the car behind Although at extremely low Every Sun. Evening 6:30 PMWoman's

sponsibilities. To make the When you're beginning to feel you. Keep both hands on the temperatures most metals will Society of Giant Motor
TALLAHASSEE Col. H. N occulon a safe one, a pleasant I tired. it'. time to head home. wheel at all times."Remember become very brittle, a special 9 Christian Service The largest mine-hoist motorin
Klikman. Director of the Department -- memory and not a disaster Kirk- "Absolutely no drinking) Aside that the stakes are per cent nickel steel has been 2nd Tuesday 3:15 PMMen's North America is being

of Public Safety. man makes these recommenda from the fact that liquor Is the I high. Avoiding accidents saves developed to remain unaffectedby Brotherhood 7:30 PMChildren's built for International Nickel's
stated today that prom night om I done to prom-goers: greatest cause of student accidents lives-yours temperatures as low as 4th Thursday Creighton Mine in the Sudbury
of the most exciting events lithe I "Let common sense be your most states prohibit min includedl"I 320F. Invented In the research Hour District of Ontario. The motor
Is rapidly guide especially behind the laboratories of Internationa 1st C 3rd Tuesday 3:15 PM
career of a student. ors from drinking, and many I will weigh 72 tons and will gen
I approaching wheel The driver's greatest I Nickel, the steel is used primarily erate 6,500 horsepower.
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