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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 16, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (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).
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THE COUNTY ARTICLE OAI ELEY LANGSTON 4 e b )

AGENT'S CORNERBYE. Elizabeth F. Smith .i

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The pioneer apiarist Wakul-

R. Wheaton, la County, Eley Langston, diedon

County Agent June 2 at the age of 92, after I + 1 .r 1

70 years of bee-keeping and
Hurricane Alma gave us a recorded r
honeymaking which he started
11-3/4 inches of rain in with his father in the 1890's and 1

11/2 days, which means that in which he was active until the

most of the fertilizer you appliedto time of his death in Smith .. i
plants and shrubs around the Creek. '\ .

home has been leached out. It Eley was born on December "

would be good at this time to 31, 1873, to Johnson (Jack)
apply the same amount of fertilizer Langston and Celia McMillanof

bathe spring replace Barnesville, S. C., andcameto 9 J Clapp
what has been lost due to this Florida with his parents in Florida Power Corporation

excess rain. Remember to water 1879. He had five brothers and CLAPP ELECTED PRESIDENTOF

this fertilizer well. four sisters and the family livedin
If the wind brekelimbs in some ELECTRIC INSTITUTESan
Liberty County before coming
of your trees, saw off stubs even- to Smith Creek. I

ly and paint with a black paintto Eley's father was a cavalrymanin Francisco-William J.
and Clapp President of Florida Power
prevent insect damage the Civil War with the Liver- ,

Dorothy Barwick entrance of diseases to these ty County Blues and his mother Corporation, St. Petersburg, ..
Small which Florida has been elected Presi-
trees. trees may ,
had a freed slave who watchedover
BARWICKERICKSONMr. have been blown down can be her while dent of the Edison Electric Institute -
he was off fight-
saved if erected and tied back ing. by its Board of Directors.He .

Into place. Remember to cover took office today at the clos-
and Mrs. Augustus Bar- As a boy Eley had only about
.
wick of St. Augustine announce the root systems well. 5 months of school. There were ing session of the Institute's 34th .1...... ..... ,
June Carden Tips annual convention.Vice I .. .. r"M':
the engagement their daughter no grades in his time and the President of the Institute lJl. '-' _
to Richard Erick- Mulch helps retain moisture in same books were used after
Dorothy, year since last June, Mr. Clapp succeeds Homer Creen, left, was the Installing Officer at Monday night's meeting of the local VFW Post.
The
of Cllmore Erickson of soils and subdues year. Langstons rice
son, son sandy many grew Robert T. Person, Presi- James Taylor, 2nd from left, was installed as Post Commander. Forest Coxea, seated, was Installed -
Lincoln Minnesota.The weeds. Pine straw is one of the and pounded off the husk by
dent of Public Service Companyof as Post Adjutant. Standing behind Coxen Is George Robinson, member of the Post.
bride-elect Is a graduateof best mulches. hand or using a wooden mortar

Sopchoppy High School and Is Pinch azalea tips before July 1 and pestle. In Eley's youth the association Colorado,of as the head Nation's of the trade in- ------ -- I

now attending Riverside Hair- as well as chrysanthemums to woods were still full of panthersand
vestor-owned electric
styling Academy in Jacksonville. induce more blooms. bears and once he remem- utility ;
.
Thirty Day Agrlc. tur.1. bers a neighbor killing a "cat" companies.An pt

, Richard Erickson Is a graduate that measured 9 feet from nose electrlcalcnglneering graduate D i it
, of C1 e m s o n University, Y
of Montley High School in Thirty Day AgriculturalWeather to tail. Mr.
Clapp Joined Florida Power
Mont ley. Minnesota, and is nowstationed Outlook Eley's children say their father
in 1925 and be
with the United States interested his father in keeping Coprpoation .
The Thirty Day Agricultural came in 1952.
president
In Charleston South Car- bees when he was in his early
Navy Weather Outlook for the month During World War II, Mr.
olina. twenties, but Jack died not long
for South
of June Georgia served with the
Clapp as major
The wedding will be in the Southeast Alabama and North- after they started and Eley continued of ,I
Corps Engineers, helping rebuild '
Panacea Church on his own until his w
Baptist June west Florida, issuedbu the Wea- electric ii
18, at 8:00 P.M. children were old enough to power systems r.
ther BureauAdvisory Agricultur- France and
All relatives and friends are help him. At the time he was Belgium, Germany
Meteorologist,Georgia Coastal Mr. Clapp is a member of the
the in the
invited. only apiarist western
Plain Experiment Station, the Edison Electric Institute Board of
of cO\Dltybut eventuallyotherneighborsstartedinthe
Tifton, Georgia, June 2, 1966. part business Directors, has wrved on the institute' -

THANKS EXPRESSED TO Temperatures during June are also. In the beginning Advisory Committee, r
expected to average below nor- and as cahirman of the EEl Poli-
would often the
bears into
C'VILLE WOMAN'S CLUB mal over all of Tri-State Agri- hives and destroy get them. One cy Committee on Atomic Po-

culturalArea. Dally mean wer. He Is a director and former -
Three years ago the Crawford- temperatures will average between year he lost over $500 worth of president of the Southeastern
vIDe Woman's Club became interested bees from marauding bears. E- ,
74and79 degrees. Dally Electric Exchange, a former A. ill# ...rt
he erected electric
ventually rr
in doing something for maximum temperatures should chairman of the Florida Devel- s r
the children Sunland Training average between 85 and 90 degrees fences to protect the hives but opment Commission, and a
even then the be an would outwit
Center. It was voted at that with afternoon tempera- member of the American Insti-

time to send $25.00 each Mayto tures reaching 95 degrees or him for in wet weather theywould tute of Electrical Engineers and ?{i)

the Center to be used at their higher on 2 to 4 days during the climb a tree and remarked Jump the American Society of Mechanical I 3
the fences. Eley once -
discretion.: : It was decided that month. Daily minimum tem- Engineers.
the would be used for should between while shaking his head, I '
money board
peratures average the Mr. Clapp is on the of
"The wildlife dorm know
spending money for the softball 63 and 69 degrees.
trouble we've had bees. directors a member various ;
teamwhen theywent to another Rainfall the next thirty keeping :
during I've had many a bear I shot and local civic organizations, including -
center for a tournament. days Is expected to vary widely there was not getting rid of the Florida Council of
The following is a copy of a from place to place but should them" 100. He is a trustee of Stetson
.
letter Just received from the average between 3.50 and 6.50 Now many of the hives are located University, Deland, and a Mat Mathis watches as Jerry Core, Billy Porter, and Dusty Cook sign their paper for full scholarships
center upon receipt of the an- inches occurring mostly as afternoon member of the Board of Over-
,
nual donation.Mrs. and on the Apalachicola For- at Junior Colleges next year. Porter and Cook accepted baseball grants at Indian River
showers
and evening est land and beekeepers pay the seers of Stetson Law College, Junior College and Core accepted a basketball grant at North Florida Junior College.

Inez WalkerCrawfordville thundershowers on 8 to 12 days federal government 10d per hive St. Petersburg; a member of the -- ----

Woman's Club during the month. to keep them there. Natural Resources Committeeand WOMAN'S CLUB
INSURANCE COURSE SET
Is PANTHERS GET
Sunshine during June expected Policy Committee of the THREE
Crawfordville, Florida Only a month before his death
to average about 65'H" of pos- Eley was out with his sons talk- Chamber of Commerce of the FOR TALLAHASSEE JC MEETING HELD GRANT IN AID HELP
Dear Mrs. Walker: sible with no prolonged periodsof United States, and chairman of '
ing to members the State Department -
Tallahassee Fla. -A 240- The
cloudiness. the Board of Trustees of the First Crawfordville Woman's Three Crawfordville High
Please to the membersof of about
express Agriculture a hour Club
Insurance held
the Crawfordville Soli temperatures during the Methodist Church, St. Peters- agents qualification their regular monthly School graduates will attend
Woman'sClub disease callednosema that
for fire and casualty
next 30 days are expected to average burg. course meeting Tuesday night, June 7, Junior Colleges this fall on full
our thanks for the check in was infecting his hives and
75 and 85 degrees up agents will be offered at Tal- at 8:00 P.M. with 24
between persons scholarships the first
from Wa-
the amount of $25.00 (twenty- until his passing would show his lahassee Junior College begin- in attendance.Mr. .
under four inches of bare kulla
five dollars to be used books bee culture and the habits County to have full grant
) as spending soil. on ning Julie 27, State Treasurer- Dick I Wheaton, County in aid commitments.
for ball team. of bees to visitors MATHIS-MARTIN GET
money our coming Insurance Commissioner Bio-
Agriculture showed
Agent, slides
We greatly appreciate your to his home, where he was still I SCHOOL PROMOTIONS ward Williams said today. on landscaping and told of the both Billy Porter and Jerry Core,
members
of the 1965 class
generosity. The trips made by doing his own housekeeping, in Commissioner Williams said Home Demonstration Agent ,

the different ball teams mean so SUMMER LIBRARY PROGRAMThe Smith Creek. William E. Whaley, Superintendent the course Is state-approved, Mrs. Mary devis, who will startto College attended and Indian North Florida River Junior

much to the residents as a learning of the Board of Education and qualifies successful studentsto work In Wakulla Junior
County cm College last Porter had
experience, as well as a Crawfordville High School Wakulla take the fire and year. a
County,announced casualty a- September 1st. Mrs. Bevis is
a lull baseball
will be and
source of enjoyment.This library open Monday that two changes were madein gents examination. former teacher scholarship
ROCHE at Crawfordville.
is the third time we have through Friday beginning June 20 APPOINTED TO Core had a full basketball grant.
positions in the school systemby Class will run eight hours daily There
received such a donation for and ending July 29. The hours RR ASSESSMENT BOARD the Board at its meeting for five days a week from June attending were Mrs.eight Bob new McKeith-members Dusty Cook, a member of thisyea's

spending money for our ball from 8:15 until 12:00 will give Monday.Whaley. 27 through August 12. Tuition en Mrs. graduating class, also re-
i Hugh McCalllster
teams from you, and we are students who participate in the Tallahassee State Comptroller said that Mat Mathis is $185. Enrollment is limitedto Mrs. Ralph Martin, Mrs. Cliff, ceived full scholarship in

deeply grateful for your contin- summer recreation program and Fred O. Dickinson, Jr. has was employed as Principal of 30 students, and the deadlineis Harper, Mn. Betty Fountain baseball from Indian River Junior -
ued interest In our residents at summer school an opportunity announced appointment of SteveJ. the Crawfordville School and June 20.Tallahassee. Mrs. Alvin College.

Sunland Training Center. to select books to take home to Roche as the new director of Ralph Martin was employed as Insurance agent Carraway Hog, and ue Mrs., Mrs.Carlton Att All three boys were membersof

Respectfully yours, read. the State Railroad Assessment Supervisor of Education for the Joe Burnett is chairman for the Whaley. the Crawfordville baseball

Harry HowellSuperintendent Mrs. Joyce Lewis, the librarian Board. County System. current class. He said Interested The Treasurerreported $238.- team during the 19636465seasons'

will be able to recommend Dickinson, State Cabinet Mathis came to Crawfordvillea persons should contact the 67 In the scholarship fund and and each of these years

III Mrs. Louise B. Lambe books to students who want sug- chairman of the agency, said number of years ago as foot- nearest branch office of the a check for $25.00 had been they,'won the A.VC conference

Coordinator of Volunteer gestions or the choice of books Roche will fillthe vacancy created ball coach and athletic direct- State Insurance Commissioner, sent to Sunland Training Center title
Services may be the Individuals. Slow by the resignation of former or write The Insurance Advisory In Marianna. During the 1965 season, the
readers are encouraged to come Director Robert A. Chastain. or.Martin team won the Sub-Group
served as principal of Committee, P. O. Box 1657, Refreshments were served and
for extra reading to keep in Chastain hadheaded the agen- the Crawfordville School last Tallahassee, for complete in- the meeting adjourned. Croup, Region, and went to the

MRS. PORTER RECEIVES practice and fast readers are urg- cy for nine months following the year and the school enjoyed one formation.The The next meeting will be finals In the State Tournament.

APPOINTMENTMrs. ed to see how many books they death of veteran Director J. M. of its best yean in every de- class will be held at Rick- Tuesday night July 5th at 8:00 on Cook, a member of the '66
,
STATE can add to their list of "Books I Lee, Jr. Dickinson said Chas- partment. ards High School, Business Education P.M. squad, aided in the 13-5 season

MargaretA. Have Read. tain resigned to join the staff of Room, on Jim Lee RoadIn and the Panthers were defeatedby

the former Margaret A special story hour for begin- Attorney General Earl Fairclothas South Tallahassee. Port: St. Joe in finals of the
Porter ( ning first graders will be held on an assistant attorney general.The Group Tournament.
Kittrell), a long-time and residentof Monday and Thursday from 10:30to railroad assessment board CORPORATION CHARTERED' VFW POST INSTALLSNEW Coach Mathis said that to his

Crawfordville Crawfordville High School graduate, has of 11:00. Mrs. Lewis is expect' was created 1895 to fix asses- Tallahassee Secretary of WHITE REUNION DATE OFFICERSThe knowledge, these boys were the

been appointed to the clerical ing to see all the beginners during ment values of railroads, rail- State Tom dams today announced SATURDAY, JUNE 18 first In the county to get full

staff of the Corporations Divisionof this story hour program. It road sleeping and parlor can and the chartering of the fol- Wakulla County Post of the scholarships from any school.
should help make the "Septem-I telegraph company property. The White Family Reunion VFW
corporationlBay met
the Office of of lowing Monday night and had
announced Secretary ber Daze" easier for the beginners. Roche, 51, comes to the assessment Leasing, Inc. ((3-05439)), will be held Saturday June 18th their Installation of officers.,
State, it was todayby board with 19 experience at Otter Lake. During the coldest 1966 win-
years
c/o Seminole Asphalt Refining, A barbecue chicken
Tom was servedto
State
of A-
Secretary Each Wednesday from 10:30to with the Florida Indus- Ltd., St. Marks, Fla. (Wakulla All members of the clan are the members, their wives and ter night Florida Cypress Gardens
dams. 11:00 there will be a story trial Commission. A native ol Authorized stock 1-, urged to attend. burned 40.000 gallons of

the The Corporations division in Division the Sec-Is hour for children in grades, 3, Florida and a long time residentof 000 County shares) of common at $1.00per Complete arrangements will be guests.George Robinson and Forest era fuel to oil successfully In 1,600 force-draft protect exotic heat
largest and 4. The remaining hours the West Palm Beach Roche has announced next week.
filed 26 1966 Coxen
share May in .blooms
were charge of the
retary of State's Office, havingas library will be open for all students resided in Tallahassee since fathered from throughout -
meal.
its primary function the issuance dealing in Leasing and rentalof the world.
books and 1962.
for checking out trucks, trailers, etc. Incorp- Plans were into
and put motion
of charters keeping REGISTRATIONBOOKS at
Roche is married the former
for This is the to -
reading.
quiet Real Maxwell
records for all corporations doing orators Hubert the meeting tocxtablish an a ut- The Cherokee first produce
business In Florida. Another Important time for those students.to do that Robbie Marjorie Creel of J. Lewis, both St. Marks, Fla., QPEN Ilary made up of wives and Interested lion airplane to be designed,
do The Roches and their
responsibility of this Division reading that they feel they Bonifay. Julius F. Parker, Tallahassee, Mr. Newmanfarperannounces parties. and built In Florida Is manufactured

is the registering of all not have time to do during the three children Drive. reside at 313 Fla., filed by Julius F. Parker that the Registration Books are James Taylor was Installed as by the Vero Beach

trademarks and brands used by regular school term. Clenview 4 Jr., Post Office Box 669, Tallahassee now open and vill remain open Commander for the ensuing Plant of Piper Aircraft Corporation to see*
which expects
firms doing business In Florida. Fla. until October 8th. year. more than 3.000 Cherokees roU|

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'MINUTES' mE WAKULL\ COUNTY COMMISSION 'J'.
: MAY 23 1966
COUNTI ,NKWTt ] ,
LOSE WEIGHT withDex- NCOllU;;
safely
tIUl' 4.IYNI.J" I LEGAL NOTICE A-Dlet Tablets. Only 98* at Refilling7nJ coKctng money The Board of County Commissioners of Wakulla County met this date In Crawfordvllle with all

Wakulla Pharmacy. from NEW TYPE high quality manabers .
machines for
In.the Circuit Court of the Second lOf.g/2. coin operated dispensers in this The Board prepare d ballot boxes and voting tomorrow's primary election and ad-

Judicial Circuit, In and area. No selling. To qualify .Joumed.
FotWakuUa Countyv Florida. references, JUNE 6, 1966
you must have car,
FOR
SALE
bt C2wacery: N 1381. Spinet piano. Used Seven to of WakulJa County
met this
$600 to $1900 cash. Commlsaiaaera date ID CrawfordvWe
but like new. Can be teen in The Board of County with aU
WAKUL'LACOUNTY Keats Arthur Washbum, thii vicinity. Cash or terms to twelve hours weekly can net More excellent members present;; MOody Pearce, Clerk W R. Taft, Sheriff; and J. He Hudson, County Attor-

NEWS "*aDIVORC Plaintiff responsible without party.expense For or Information obligation -- full time.monthly For personal income. interview ney.The minutes of the last meeting were read and appooved.Mr .

V .rba. M. Washbum, weltr Credit Manager write P. O. BOX 4185, Daub moved that the Lovett Road In Wakulla be considered a
mothmor
PITTSBURGH, PA. 15202. Include by the Road Department. The cabled with
T. .phoU WMnet 1.$3O1 Defendant. SO7Florida Avenue. Tames to rePairs or improvements Mr.
number.
NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONTO phone Walker voting No.
The Board authorized Mr. Hudson, County Attorney, to draw a road easement IS feet on each
Verbs
) MOo Washburn
P. O. Box 5126 WAKULLA GARDENS WETRY COVTESr aide of the Old Bert Thomas Road. Mrs. Bevi
LIQUIDATION SALEWecordlaUylnvite Motion try Commissioner Strickland to appoint: a. County Home Demonstration Agent
I Augusta, Georgia duly seconded and carried. Employment commence September 1, 1966, at the annual
You are hereby notified that a allWakulla Rules was of 2400.00 and expense account of $900.OO.Th a

Ed Bill of Complaint Divorce County residents to our Liquidation 1. Entries may be submitted by salary County Agent's budget was accepted for consideration In the amount of $9,983.00. This
Virginia Kelsttl! -.....--:-. has been filed against you, and Sale of lots in Units I and any resident of Florida. amount Includes salaries and expenses for the County Home Demonstration Agent.
you are required to serve a copy IV, June 11th -- 12th; sale start- 2. Poems must be original, unpublished The Board authorized the County Agent to draw warrants on all expenses for County Agent and
I of your Answer or Pleading to ing Hi00 A. M. Lot prices and no longer than Home Demonstration Agent.
: intend st Crawfordvllle, Florida, the Bill of Complaint on theplaintiff's starting at$250.00, 5K' down and thirty lines. Only one entry and seconded by Mr. Young to pay $SO.00 fee for charter of the Wakulla
: .. second clue matur. Subwripy attorney Honorable $10.00monthly. Approximately per person may be submitted. CountvPiJbllc Health Nursing Advisory Council was carried.
I rate: $3.00 per yar.i Richard O. Mitchell Mitchell 85 lots left (inside and highway 3. Each entry should be typed, The Board by motion approved the transfer of dog *VJ P' yinS/unds to mosquito control foggingand
l C Mitchell 103 North Cadsden double-spaced, submitted In in as of the this
operation
Street frontage) Anyone interested authorized Mr. Carraway place month another fogging machine -
Tallahassee
Florida and accompaniedby
f triplicate,
sale
prior to time may contact and tuck.The .
and file the original Answer or Joe Harlan, c/o Panacea Dev. a $1.00 entrance fee, in Board accepted for consideration the County Agent's budget In the amount of$9,983.00.The .
Pleading in the office of the the
If You deed Clerk of the Circuit Court Corp., P. O. Box 7, Panacea cash or check payable to Board recessed until 10:30 A.M. at which time a bid was opened for one new NCR Class
on or WA6.772iCrawfordville Jacksonville Council of the National Cash
Phone submitted the Register
Florida No. by
Machine Company
before the 13th of 4L Validating Tallahassee Florida -
day June be -
will re
S Office Supplies 1966. If you fail to do so, ( ). Arts.turned.No poems in the amount of $2, 708.00 F. O.B. Crawfordvllle. This being the oily bid submitted upon
5/19. invitation the same was accepted on the motion of Commissioner Walker and the second of Com-
Office Furniture judgment by default will be taken 4. Manuscripts should bear no
Business Machines against you for the relief. identification of the author. missioner Davis. .
Mr.
chair to Young.Mr.
LEGAL I Mr. Carter relinquished the
demanded in the Bill of Com NOTICEIn Instead the title of the poem
8e or Oil plaint. Carter moved the following resolutions be adopted

RANEY WHALEY DONE AND ORDERED at the Circuit Court of the Second and address the should author's be name typed on and a Whereas, the State Road Department of Florida has authorized the requested Wakulla County to
furnish the rights of way borrowpits and easements for that portion of Section 59501
Crawfordvllle. Florida this 9th Judicial Circuit of flo- card enclosed in a sealed envelope necessary ,
aftCAPITAL day of May 1966. rida, In and For Wakulla on which the title of State Road S 22, extending from Liberty County line easterly to SR-375 hi Sopchoppy which
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OFFICE / Pearce County In Chancery.No. the should also be typ- has been surveyed and located: by the State Road Department as shown by a map on file In the
EQUIPMENT CO. Mood a Circuit Court ed. poem The entrance fee shouldbe office of the Clerk of the Circuit\ ; Court of said county, and in the office of the State Road De-

i Byi Beatrice Dugger D. C. IN Ri""J!Petition of Franklin clipped to the sealed envelope partment at Tallahassee, and
Moody McElrath Whereas, the said Department will not begin construction of said portion of said section In said
319 South Adam St. I /sRichard O. Mitchell and mailed In a cover
Richard ':>. Mitchell of For the Adoption of envelope with the entry. until title to all land necessary for said portion of said section has been conveyed to or
Corner E. Peiuaeola Mitchell C Mitchell Geneva Strickland a S. Entries must be postmarkedno vested in said State by said County, and said lands are physically cleared of all occupants ten-

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 103 North Cadsden Street minor. later than August 20, ants, fences, buildings and/or other structures and improvements upon or encroachments within
Tallahassee Florida STATE OF FLORIDA TOt 1966 and mailed: POETRY the limits of the land required for said portion of said section; and
Attorneys for Plaintiff. Herbert Strickland CONTEST, JacksonvilleCouncil Whereas, the said county is financially unable to provide the necessary funds to acquire said
Raiford State Prison of the Arts, P. O. rights of way borrow pits and easements; now, therefore
Raiford Florida Box 629, Independent life Be It Resolved that the State Road Department of Florida be and it is hereby requested to pay

HENRY WILLIAMS You are hereby notified that a Building Jacksonville 32202 for the rights of way, borrow pits and easements for said road including the removal of buildings,
LEGAL NOTICEIn petition by the above named fences and other structures and Improvements thereon and for other expenses of acquiring title to
RFAI TY petitioner, has been filed for Three prizes will be awarded: said rights of way, borrow pits and easements by purchase or condemnation from proceeds of Florida
the Circuit Court of the Second the adoption of $75.00 first; $50.00, second State Development Commission bonds or secondary gasoline tax funds (Section 16, Article
daughter
Judicial Circuit\ of Florida Geneva Strickland.You your. and $25. 00, third. Winning DC, of the Florida Constitution Chapter 26321 Laws of Florida, Extraordinary Session 1949)),
Reg. Real Estate Broke In and For Wakulla Coun are hereby required tc poems will be prominently displayed whichever Is available, under conditions set forth in the contract, of which this resolution formsa

St. Marks Fla. ty. In Chancery.No. file, (personally or by an attorney during the JacksonvilleArts Civi a part, and .
1382. I ), with the Clerk of said Festival October Nine at the 1966 It Further Resolved that said county, through its Board of County Commissioners: comply
Phone 741 Joe Ann Brown, Court, your answer or objections Auditorium The judge for the contest 5-9. wi with the request of said Department and procure convey or vest in said State free, clear and un-
Plaintiff, to such adoption and to encumbered title to all lands necessary for said portion of said section and deliver to the State
be
Dr. Floyd C. W tklns Pro
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES VI. DIVORCE serve a copy of your answer or fessor of English, Emory University Road Department said lands physically clear of all occupants, tenants fences buildings and/or
other structures and situate and within the limits of the lands required
James Alton Brown objection on George L. Harper author of Thomas Wolfe': Improvements upon encroaching
Associate: Defendant. Attorney at Law, P. O. Box Characters, other books and for said portion of said section and the chairman and the clerk of this Board be and theyare
PublicationState 366, Crawfordville, Florida on hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver on behalf of said county to said Department -
Order of
.. numerous articles, and a Cuggenheim
M. Hatcher, ST.
or before July 5, 1966. Herein the contract In the form hereto attached; and
of Florida toi Fellow 196263.
Phone WA 8-320 I James Alton Brown fail not or judgment by default Be It Resolved that the attorney for this Board be and he is hereby authorized and directed to
Address Unknown. will be entered against you. proceed to take the necessary steps for the County to acquire In the name of the said County by
Dated at Crawfordville Wa- donation purchase or condemnation said rights of way borrow pits and easements for said portion
DAVE HAMRICK You are hereby notified that a kulla County Florida, this 2nd BOOK PUBLISHED ON of said section, and to prepare in the name of said county by its County Commissioners all
divorce has been
filed complaint for in the Circuit day of June, 1966. NATIVE GRASSES IN condemnation papers affidavits and pleadings and prosecute all condemnation proceedings to
INSURANCE AGENCY against you Florida M Moody Pearce FLORIDA judgement; and furnish to the Department the abstract search provided in said contract.
Court of Wakulla County, Clerk Circuit Court,
RIGHT OF WAY RESOLUTION
in Chancery. You are Wakulla County Florida Important Native Cranes for
-AUTOMOBILE hereby required to file (personally Woodland and Range; Crazing and Whereas, pursuant to due authorization, the State Highway Engineer has had a part of State Road
BONDS or by attorney) with the (Official Seal Affixed) Conservation in Florida is thetie ti- In Wakulla County located and surveyed and has designated same at Section 59540 and has pre
Clerk of said Court and send a i George L. HarperP. of a book just published byI I pared a map of survey and location: of that portion of said section including streets in Panacea,
CASUALTY copy of the same to the attorneyfor O. Box 366 the Soil Conservation Service. Whereas, the State Road Department of Florida has authorized and requested Wakulla County to
plaintiff your written defenses I Crawfordville Florida Authored by Lewis L YartletX'range furnish the necessary rights of way borrow pits and easements for that portion of Section 59540
MARINE!: if any to the complaintin Attorney: for Petitioner conservationist and forester Including streets In Panacea, which has been surveyed and located by the State Road Departmentas
FIRE said cause, on or before July : 4t69,16,23,30.WANTEDi the book has been compiled i shown by a map on file in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of said county and In the
5, 1966. Herein fail not or to meet a need in the field by office of said Department in Tallahassee, and
PHONE 877-3/08/ judgment default will be entered soil conservation service technicians i! Whereas, the said Department will not begin construction of said portion of said section In said
against you. farmers and all others i I county until title to all land necessary for said portion of said section has been conveyed to or invested -
1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 WITNESS my hand and the I who are Interested in grasses and I In said State by said County and said lands are physically cleared of all occupants ten-
seal of said Court at Crawford- I Maid for General native grass management. ants, buildings and/or other structures and Improvements upon or encroaching within the limits of
TALLAHASSEE. FLA. vllle, Wakulla County, Flavtda House Work and Cooking, in Seventy-five grass species are the land required for said portion for said section, and .- .
this 31st day of May 1966. Crawfordville. CallV/A 63301for I thoroughly described many for I Whereas, the said County is financially unable to provide the necessary funds to acquire said
(Official Seal) information and address. the first time. Descriptions include rights of way, borrow pits and easements now, therefore
/sMoody Pearce site adaption growth habits Be It Resolved that the State Road Department of Florida be and It Is hereby requested to pay
TERRY HARRISHouse Moody Pearce and forage value and man- for the rights of way, borrow pits and easements for said road Including the removal buildings,
Clerk Circuit Court agement. Eighty photographs fences and other structures and Improvements thereon and for other expenses of acquiring title to
Wiring c" Wakulla County, FloridaJ. EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITYwith Illustrate the major species. said rights of way borrow pits and easements by purchase or condemnation, from proceeds of
H. HudsonP. growing Tallahassee instructional Detailed original drawings by Florida State Development Commission bonds or necessary secondary gasoline tax funds (Section
Appliance Repaid O. Box 66 concern. We are the authorsupplementthephotograplu 16, Article IX, of the Florida Constitution Chapter 26321, Laws of Florida Extraordinary Session

Also Electric Blankets Crawfordville''Fla.Attorney big enough to pay top wages and forseventeen of the major 1949)), whichever is available under conditions set forth in the contract, of which this resolution
for Plaintiff. small enough to give you a grasses. Many sketches illustrate forms a part, and,
4t62,9,16,23.rOKRENTi friendly place to work. See the parts of a grass plant as Be It Further Resolved that the said county through its Board of County Commissioners, comply
Route 1. Box 34 final results of your efforts in an aid to field identification. with the request of said Department and procure, convey vest In said State the free, clear and
Sopchoppy, Florida. building quality mobile homes. I Separate chapters Include a sum- unencumbered Road title to all lands necessary for said portion of said section, and deliver to the State
Top Wages, benefits. You mar Department said lands physically clear of all
Phone 10-22:142: may occupants tenants, fences, buildings and/or
2
bedroom
house InWakulla furnished qualify for employment at Vin- mary of grazing management other structures and improvements situate upon or encroaching within the limits of the lands required -
$50.00 Gardens dale Corp. Apply in person atVindale principles, major forage sites in of said portion of said section and that the chairman and the clerk of this Board be and
7721. monthly. Phone WA6- in Tallahassee at Dale Florida and a complete check they are hereby authorized and directed to execute and deliver on behalf of said county to said
Sell Knapp Shoe part or full Mabry Field employment of- list of the 332 Florida CrasseSt department the contract In the form hereto attached, and I
time. Earn $25 to $150 a weekon fice. Open week days from 2:00P. | A glossary and an alphabetical I Be It Further Resolved that the County Attorney be and he is hereby authorized and directed tofcSJlnSs9ln
high commissions and bonus. M. to 6:00 P. M. list of common names are in- proceed to take the necessary steps for the County to acquire in the name of the said
Steady year-round builnen. FOR SALEi 3 bedroom brick cluded. donation, purchase or condemnation said rights of borrow County by_
Equipment furnished free. I,house. Air conditioning and I Copies are available upon re- tion of said section and prepare in the name of said way county by its pits County and easements Commissioners for said all par _
Write to R. L. Johnson, Knapp i central heating. Call Mrs. Nell quest by writing the Soil proceedings to Judgement, and furnish to.the Department the condemnation
Shoes. Brockton. Mass. Russ. Crawfordville,WA6-5141. !iservation Service, P.O. for in said contract. abstract search provided I

I 1208,CalnesvUle,Florida con-I The resolutions were adopted! with Mr. Davis and Mr. Strickland
Mr. Walker voting Yes and Mr Young and
or from your local soil and voting No. Giving as their reasons for voting against the
Conservation District Office a< J Mrs Walker stated that St. Marks was left off the list of pxirjecu adoption of the resolution
a a awee ousuiess r inns Crawfordville. from the State Road Department for provision of a bridge and there was DO commitment
across the
I Ochiapmee River.
Commissioner
StrIckland .
moved
and It was seconded
by C
I George JoinerST. WaS to Co\U1ty&proceed with the loan $1, 600 000.00 for'S'SnS carried' of that the

DIRECTORYPatornize 1. Pelt Cemetery to US 319, Harvey Mill Road
I MARKS-Georg Homes 2. Ochloclmee River to Amen, 16 Miles $ 183,000.00
I Joiner, 65-year-old resident of 3. U. S. 319 East to Maintenance Camp 1 Mile 300,000.00,
St. Marks, died Sunday night 4. U. S. 98 NW to Crawfordvllle, 2-1/2 Miles 38,000.00
These AdvertisersF lie had resided in Wakulla S. Oak Street in Spring Creek 152000.00
County since 1933 and was e 6. SW comer Court House to 3/4 Miles West 10000.00
I retired farmer and commercial 7. Howard Street in St. Marks 15000.00
R M ,I fisherman. 8. 3rd Street et ala in St. Marks 38000.00
,. 9. Canal Street In St. Marks 13000.00

!!J D. I. GRAMLING I two Surviving sons, Major relatives Homer L include Joiner 10. Railroad Avenue et all in St. Marks 20000.00,
11.
FEEDSFlint I + Eau Gallic, and George B. Apalachee Circle in St. Marks 14000.00 .

& CO. Joiner. Anaheim, Calif.; three 12.13. Whiddon Zion Hill Lake Church Church to SR 369 28,000.00 3000.00

J One-Stop Service for stepsons, Billy Jones, Tallahassee 14. Ivan Church 43,000.00
River Mills ; Sam Champion, Columbus, 15. Harvey Cemetery 14,000.00
kOU S. Moaro J h. 2230274BokerAlford _ Feed Seed Fertilize Ga., and John Champion 16. East Street In Panacea 22000.00
i' Foultry Supplies PlantersvUle, Ala.; one daugh 17. Georgia Avenue in Panacea 7,000.00
Garden ToolsSo. ter, Mrs. Eugene Lewis Chicago 18. West Street in Panacea 12000.00

; four step-daughters, Mrs 19. Cottonwood Street In Crawfordvllle) 7,000.00
I Adam at S.A.L.R.R. I Alice Alcorn, Tallahassee; Mrs 20. Hickory and Holly In Crawford vUle)
Crossing
Co. I ',Annie Rogers, Lincoln, Ala.; 21. Mimosa Street In Crawfordvllle 12,000.00
Light WiigKt and Regular Phone 222.812fA. : Mrs. Lucille Borders, Anniston 22. Cypress Street in Crawfordvllle 5000.00
Pasta 'Houo" Coerit Stocky Ala.; and Mrs. Ruby. lInU"Moot&OIDeI'J. 23. Sidewalks on both sides of Second A venue in 5,000.00
Anything for your auto, truck Hanson Wood and I Ala. 24. Paving Sheldon Street for 4 blocks in Sopchopp/Sopchorw' 5 -xks ,
or tractor. Also for your power 25. Street Paving 3 Blocks of Summer .
lawnmower and much for your noel! Ind.,Inc. j i Joiner Also, two brothers Woodbury 26. Street Paving 5 Blocks of 4th Avenue Street
boat S. Adams St. at 4PolntaTel. St. Marks, end Henry 27. Street Paving Dixon Street 1 Block
201 J4. Adams SG Ph. 222-3380 222-5840 P. 0. Box 661 Joiner CrawfordvQle; three 28. Street Paving Winter Street 1 Block .
sisters, Mrs. E. L, Glover 29. Street Paving 1 Block of 2nd Avenue
I Crawfordville; Mrs. Ruth 30. Street Paving on Street to Lunch Room In
Klerce, Woodvflle, and Mrs. 31. Street Paving on 5th Avenue for 2 Blocks Sopchoppy
Lola Huddleston Tallahassee.

Yaeger, Ana Little Folks Store, The Motion was carried with Mr. Walker voting NO,
Inc. Richard D. Pope Sr., chair- moment planning and B. That the entiil his realODl A. It was spur of the
"The Capital's man of the board and founder of f\U1ds .vallable for the V0***. CommKS'Davis entirely out of '
Q O of Florida Cypress Gardens, is for SR ,2 be asked fC the amount
moved *
Majors for Minors"jsasauraaee w the State Road condemnation
Department bu motu.rU suit for RAY
the
and Bond also president of the Orange
CkUdrtn'i Frituri.Gaunt, Hobbies. Toys. PjjI Blossom Trail Association a theTha approved the vouchers before them and directed !IS/11 for lack of a second. .
: wanants be issued
In
non-profit organization to
promote paymentWUULLA
N. 222 ,'6801 Baby Aeefl. ri" There being
214 8. Adams 9G -
tourism down the the atteDtiOll
length
133 N. Monroe St. f'b.222-1U8 the motion of CommissioerrYYong of the Board
I of Florida's scenic central portion the same was adjounwd 011 tATTESTm
to Miami and Key West
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and Mrs. Robert Ston and
i I Mr. WgsoaMcCaluner SOD of Mr Mr. and Mis. Harold Smith of
children tern KncocviU, MI'I. Wofford McCallister MRS. AAMETNE SANDERS
two 01 CrawfonMU had as guests during '
arrived last week to Panacea
iTeunestee. sped a
day recently the week Mrs. Smith's
past Graveside funeral services
their vacation with Mrs.Ston wnh IW foiMis.
spend." paieata,, Mr*. sisal. Maw 8iIIaI I e parent Coclabambtt CD a return Boli- sister, Mrs. Charles Olsen Mr. Armethe Jane (Janie) Sanders -
Rehwlaket. via, where he Olsen and two daughters from 76,who died last Saturday
L. boa
c. served ia the
Mr. Olsen is
PUce Chicago. an exe- at the Tallahassee Convalescent!
Corps for the past 21 cutive of the Continental Can
i Mr. and Mrs. George Cfbbs, months. Wilson them Home after a lengthy illness
David and Donnie went to Oc- to Notre Dame l.haivenity'went Indiana on- Company. were held Sunday the Sanders
aU last week on Wednesday: foe to instruct a class Cemetery in Sopchoppy at 3:30
DeW of
Race Selena Smith left Monday P.M. The Elder Roy Rochester
few day visit with th* Boh Corp recruits who I
a plan
Jackson family. They returned to go to Bolivia and teach high- morning u Youth Counselor and Elder Emmett Whaley offi d
Thursday due to On atari* er yields m at Centenary Camp In Quincy. ciated.
OB agriculture
to Bolivian She lived in the Curtis Mills
weeks.
and bad weather. iannen. She will be gone two
cane The
course lasts
S Community in Sopchoppy and
Jack Townsend visited Mr. and Wilson weeks plaeto and after its completion Mrs. bet Walker and Mr. V. was a member of the Congrega-
I
Mrs. C. I. Tbwnsead Jr., in It Florida State enter law school U Cooper Ctawfordville, and I tional Holiness Church of Sop-

Catacsville this weekend. tJnhersity. M1,. Mat Be vis of Quincy, attended choppy.
include her husband
Survivors
i the State Democratic be
1 Sonny Hammick Is visiting relatives Organization Meeting in Clearwater James M. Sanders two sons, i
in Pall-Mali Tennessee. Mr. md Mrs. Wooten Smith last weekend. Charles K. Sanders of Panaceaand 1. r ,
went to Panama City last Sat- John Henry Sanders of Sop- D
choppy; three lighten, Mrs.
urday.
Mrs. Nell Russ, Cinger and Ollie O. Crum of Carrabelle, ) ,
II Cindy left this morning for Mrs. Augusta Harris of Sopchoppy Lun L1r
Alabama to visit relatives. and Mrs. Edna Brown of b1M
r. They plan to stay about ten Jacksonville; fourteen grand-
days. children and 32 great-grand-
children. A

FLORIDA STATE The Crawfordville MYF children bearers.Her grandsons served as pall-

attended the District ban-
quet in Apalachicola last Sat The McClendon Funeral Homeof
urday. Tallahassee was in charge of -
arrangements.It's ; r 4s

Starts Wednesday Wednesday thru Saturdav i a /

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"BORN FREE" HermJ n s Hermits in

"HOLD ON" BOOKS AND MORE BOOKS Corey Hendriksen, director of the

and :Members of the Big Bend Civil DeFranklin County Civil Defense; Bill

"THE OLYMPIC ELK" and fense organization Monday began a Jacobs assistant director of Leon-

"JUMPINC FROG JUBILEE" week-long course at Lafayette Community Tallahassee Civil Defense and, the

Center. The Florida State Rev. A. V. Pickern of the Wakulla

University Civil Defense Extension County Civil Defense AdvisoryIs

conducting the course. From left Council are looking at texts to be

C. Stewart Sidney coordinator; used for instructions.
PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN )

OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE HWY. PRE MED STUDENTS AWARDED COUPLE TO BE HARRIER I

ACS FELLOWSHIP GRANTS No Refuge IN FLORIDA CAVERNS

To I bring to members of the Tallahassee A Georgia eon-

Thursday Friday C Saturday nursing profession in Florida lat- pie will fee married_ 21 dee
Thursday. Friday C Saturday est information about cancer within the beautiful network 01
"BERNADINE" treatment and nursing care the For Law'Violators caves at Florida Caverns State
James Stewart American Cancer Society in cooperation Park near Marianna, Florida.
Maureen O'Hara and with District Organiza Park Superintendent Pete Han-
"GHOST IN THE lions of the Florida Nurses Association field said the wedding will be
"THE lVBRu.u: conducts aeries of the fourth performed within the '
INVISIBLE BIKINI"and a special -
conferences. Caverns since the state acquiredthe
caves in 1938.
and
held March
Conferences were Mrs. Lois
Watson a 32-year-
"THE CORCON" "L0\ ME TENDER" 3 through May 17 at Panama Private property Is no longer old widow who is the mother of

City Eustis Ft. Myers and a police-free haven for traffic two children and Robert DavU

Daylona Beach Total attend law violators because of a ruling Byrd will Ce married by a protestant -
good to get home... ance was estimated at 425 Additional minister from Marianna.
handed down yesterday by
conferences are sched Both are from Monteiuma ,
: after a day of hard work or hard play. And it's uled May 24 at Tampa. May Atty. Gen. Earl Faircloth. Georgia.

SPECIALSSPECIALS pleasant to relax with cool, refreshing beer. In 30 at Vrro Beach msmice pro Faircloth laid city, county The ceremony will take placein
the Cathedral Room
fact, 65% of all the beer produced in this country gram with the Indian Rivet and atate police may enforce of the Caverns where the portion autecl

is enjoyed at home. It cheers your taste aa it re Memorial Hospital. traffic laws and investigate accidents columns resemble a pipe organ

FRI., SAT.. news your zest. So, make yourself at home. on "private, quasi-publid and an altar in a colorful setting
of thousands of intricate
with beer.
or public property
There's an investment of over stalacites and stalagmites.
: :: The opinion means that any*
:. $42 thousand for each agricultural Mrs. Watson told Supt. Harts-
GALLON HOMOGENIZED UNITED r.0 SOX 273 STATES WINTER BREWERS PARK FLORIDA ASSOCIATION. INC. \ J worker in Florida law officer may enter shopping field that she wished be mar-
-4TRADE centers parking lots drive-in ried in the Caverns for two rea
service- sons. Tha first is because it was
motor court
theaters, ,
one of the last places visited by
stations residential propertyand
---- her late husband. _
other privately owned The second is, "I want to ft*
Milk99c property to deal with lawbreaking married underground because I
4- feel that a cave if natural
fir motorists. f
cathedral. This is the roost
O The ruling, asked by Florida beautiful I hive ever seen...
Highway Patrol Director CoL and I have toured several in

Sirloin STEAK lb. ,79c I H. N. Xirkman was preparedby Coast.California" and along the Las-

Assistant Gen. Ed ,
Atty.
Mrs. Watson will Lave a wed
win Strickland and signed by ding party of 10 persons who
CUBE STEAK . lb. 99c I 13 Faircloth. will accompany the couple from

, Faircloth said the ruling Is Montezuma. She has not announced -

, PORK CHOPS, Ib. end cuts, 79c based on state laws and any city petite her attendants.The bride-to-be. bas

ordinance conflicting with it is dark brown hair and hazel eyes.

Nabisco APPLE STRUDEL mOKIES or.49c NOW AND SAVt!! I illegal. Although the opinionwas She dress plans lot the to wear ceremony a sky-blue, while,
asked by the highway patrol

American Ace TEA Vi Ib. WITH iAss49c; be assured that it also "is the business bridegroom t. willweas a dark-

SPECIAL PRICES the duty of a municipal police' The couple emphasized that
I I department to enforce these the wedding will be private.
BIG CHIEF FLOUR 5Ibs. '49cr provisions within the municipal The public will not be allowed
to witness the nuptials.
I boundary limits.

Aunt .,mina GRITS \Ib. 2 for l9ca "Increased automobile fatalities
A
have been said to be one of photographer paradise.
14111. Monoe R Ph.t 222 eeae the most impelling social problems been Florida Cypress Gardens has

Lindy Canned CORN, No. 2 2 for 23c 1963 Volks $995 public,"confronting Faircloth the said,general citing outdoor called color"the studio.world'" finest

EVERY 1965'Elcamino $1895 BUV Bi"(. Btf nu;. Florida traffic fatality statistics. -0-
I cylinder atandard tranimla' 1964 FORD $1295 The world's largest aircraft
( "Thus it is Imperative that the
FRESH RED PLUMS 29c turntable 111* feet l I.
eln64n rChevrolet X.r l ndnrd Innami salnn 4 diameter)
$1495 sedan law abiding motor vehicle operators I. used at the pipes Aircraft
OK USED CAR VS. door Bclalr Srdan i radio 1963 FORD $995 be afforded every reasonabla Corporation. pant in Vero
trammisaian
hfi'T. autnmatie 4 door VH aedin with automatic degree of protct.IoJ.; Beach Florida
clean imc owrer
WE SELL
Ir h..tr
'64 Volkswagen $1195J TchevSlef"? -0-
$995
ITRAVElERs'MONEY ORDERS BACKED BYALFORDS dnnr, rsdln. healer one n\\ner 4 door Ftallnn WKnn VI, neater SOPCHOPPY NEWS
1963 FORD $1095 and automatic Iranimlixon.
Fairlan, !UN) VII with > "inmatle 1964 Pick I Up $1294 BY Louise C. Sapp The Rev. Jesse Baker left
I 'renoml..on. radio and heater' Ford f cylinder, low mllei > Monday for
morning Quincy
1962 Corvair $595 truck, radio, and healer. Among those who attended the
accompanied three of the
SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVE 42 YEARS Cnupr wnll with and radIo clan hewer. while 1960 Volk $69f FFA Convention held last weekat Sunday School by children of the
tires 1 door sedan with radio and Daytona Beach were our A- Methodist

PIG 0 T T.' 5 .STOREMEDART OF SERVICE 1961 4 door Valiant wills' rartm' healer$295 andoanilaril 1958aer.ha .Dump Truck $895 griculture, Henry teacher McDonald, Bob Mervin Greener Surge, Susie Church Carraway, Misses and Peggy Lois
trummlssinn Bums. Mr. Baker will be Youth
a speed 1 ton VI Ford. 1srr
ones Thurmond
,
HI me eli. 1960 Dodge $545 Roddenbeny, Counselor at Centenary Camp.
: N. 224.3211 a OPEN TILL I'00 f It I Kenneth Strickland, Donnle
Coupr runt purer jOg y a CONVDllEHa' Crum and Early Duggar.

1964 Chevelle $1395 Damage was slight in this vicinity -
clean eras owner cur Famous OK Quality Mrs. during the flightof
1964" Ruby Barwick and daughter passing
Chevrolet $1595 1-YearG-W Warranty "Alma". The
Rose Ann, attended most severe
the
PIGOTT: 4 with door" radio nation: neuter..a.nn end e cylinder factory. LONG TRADES- graduation of Eloise Bulger at the was Shut oak tree in front of
aka conditioning Clean one own. EASY TERMS Blountstown High School Friday the Roddenbeny homecausingaome ,
CASH AND CARRY 1965 Chevrolet $1995 evening, June 3. roof damage. Tbj
most difficult thing will be removing
Belnlr' 4 dome VI with radon
the
I ,FORMERLY DURRAHCE STORE heater automatic Iranimlulon.,. ALFORDCHEVROLET Mr. and Mrs. Jones of Alabama tree.
I clean' one owner u
were recent visitors of their
YOU ARE BETTTR OrP BY FU CO. I News was received last Thurs
granddaughter Mrs. Cassedra
CA
Shop Here For Ot AN AL/ORD
I anders and family.Mrs. day that Hurricane Alma hac
IY017 A'C,1lZl1C.g't tV 1t.1 taken the life of J. C. Bates sac
injured two other men while
A. P. and
Celger family
working on the lines a
ALUMINUM SCREEN WIRE were recent visitors of Mrs. Cei- Ft. Myers, Fla. Mrs.power Bates wai
ger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
I visiting her sister here, Mrs.

W. Beasley.___________ Audrey Rudd. They left Friday
ALFORD ( morning accompanied by another
BUILDING SUPPLIES-AUTD PARTS Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Moore and sister, Ma,. Oma Saunden
Mrs. Nellie Raker of Lake City of Toledo Ohio. TUlmanRudc
visited Mis. Delma Roberts last and Everett McKenzie. The)
-FEEDSEEDFERTILIZERSTANDARD Wednesday.Mr. returned hen Saturday after th

OIL I and Mrs. David Dunlap funeral.
PRODUCTS CHEVROLET and sons of Decatur, Georgia Mrs. Norma Rudd recently returned -
are spend Ing two weeks with from a few days visit toher
I their parents Mr. and Mrs. O. sister-in-law Mrs. Ralph
PHONE U 6-5502 C.; Dunlap and Mr. and Mrs. W.i Parramore, in Quiacy.r .
C. Harden. ,

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t COME AND WORSHIP AT THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE WAKULLA.THURSDAY. JUNE COUNTY 18, 1966 NEWS


CHURCH DIRECTORYPrepared FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH LAKE EL1EN OTTER CREEK RIVER SINK SOPCNOPPY

Rev. S. A. Coxwell, Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH HOLINESS CHURCH
by Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM (Inactive) NEW LIGHT ASSEMBLYOF CONGREGATIONAL
Rev. Jess Baker Morning Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM COD CHURCHRev. HOLINESS CHURCHRev.

Crawfordville Methodist Church Training Union 7:00 PM Training Union 6:30 PM Gary Cotney, Pastor Roy Rochester, Pastor
Evening Evening Worship 7:30 PM 10:00 AM WAKULLA
Worship 8:00 PMWoman' Sunday School Sunday School 10:00
Midweek PANACEA AM
Prayer 11:00 AM
Morning Worship
Missionary
Service Wed.Men's 7i30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM METHODIST
PRIMITIVE
Union 1st Monday BETHEL Christ'Ambassadors Young People's WAKULLA
ARRAN Woman's Brotherhood BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sunday 6:30 PM Service CHURCHRev.
Missionary
Society 3rd Friday DDl'caaClrcle-1st Thursday 7i30 PM Cortex White, Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 PM Evening 6:00 7:45 PM PM Roger Stimson, Pastor

TOWER PENTECOSTAL Men's Brotherhood 2nd Sunday School Midweek Prayer Prayer Crosby, Church and
Thursday 7t30 Mrs. Lyon
HOLINESS CHURCHRev. 3rd Tuesday 7:30 PM PM Every Sunday 10:00 AM Service (Wed.) 7:30: PM Service (Tues.) 7:45 PM Community Workerfor Wakulla

I Noah Connell, Pastor The following held at 3:15 PM 2nd Weekend! Woman's Auxiliary Wed. County.
Sunday School 10:00 AM Royal Ambassadors UtDARTFRIENDSHIP Sat. Eve. Worship 730 PM SPRING CREEK .West Florida Congregational Sunday School 9:30 AM
11:00 AM
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Every Monday G Tuesday Sun. Morn. Worship : Holiness Campground Morning Worship 10:00 AM
Young People's Service 6tOO PM Girls Auxiliary PRIMITIVE Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM June 8 22, 1966
Evening Worship 7:00 PM Every Tuesday C Wednesday BAPTIST CHURCHRev. 4th Weekend, SHADY SEA BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
Sunbeams Sat. .Worship 7:30 PM Earl Pearce, Pastor
Midweek Prayer 7i30 PM Emmett Whaley, Pastor 11:00 AM BAPTIST CHURCH
Service (Wed.) Every Monday C Tuesday Sun. Morn.Worship Sunday School 10:00 AM ZION HILLMETHODIST
2nd Sunday, I Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM 11:00 AM CHURCHRev.
I 1 PM Morning Worship Rev. O. C. Hall, Pastor
Service (Fri.) 7:30
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Prayer Evening Worship 7:30 PM
Sunday School 10:00 W. L. Prater, Pastor
: AM
CRAWFORD V I HE CURTIS MILLS 4th Weekend: j Midweek Prayer
Mom. Worship 11:00 AM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM 2nd E 4th Sundays:
BEU1AH PRIMITIVE Sat. Evening Worship 7:30 PM CONGREGATIONAL Training Union 7:00 PM Morning Worship 9:30 AM
CURTIS MILLS COMMUNITYCHURCH CHURCHRev.
Sunday School 10:00 AM HOLINESS Evening Worship 8:00 PM
BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
Holiness Midweek
( ) Morning Worship 11O0AM Steve Harrell, Pastor SPRING CREEK PRIMITIVE Prayer
Emmett Whaley, Pastor Herbert Thompson, Teacher Evening Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00: AM BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Woman's Service ((Wed.) 8:00 PM

1st Sunday: Sunday School 10:00 AM Midweek Prayer Mahiing Worship 11:00 AM W. W. McAllister, Pastor Other Missionary Society THa Osasaru om M ormaA.d
(Every
3:00
Wed.\\ ) PM
School 10:00 PM Service 7:30 PM
AM 7:00 Tuesday
Sunday Evening Worship Young People's Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunbeams fia rP
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Prayer Service Ladies Prayer Service Sunday 6:15 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM 2nd & 4th Tuesday 3:15 PM I n.. rwr+:.
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Wednesday C Friday 7:30 PM Service-Wednesday 10:00 AM Evangelistic Service Evening Worship 7:30 PM _

3rd Weekend: Sunday 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer

Sat. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM MEDART ASSEMBLY Midweek Prayer Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM MT. SEASON PRIMITIVE 1
Sunday School lOtOOAM: IVAN OF COD CHURCH Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM BAPTIST CHURCHRev. -
Worship 11:00 AM
Morning
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Rev. E. M. Carter, Pastor ST. MARKS Cortez White, Pastor
IVAN ASSEMBLY OF Sunday School 10:00 AM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. 1st Weekend:

COD CHURCHRev. Morning Worship 11:00 AM A. V. Pickern, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sat. Morn. Wor. 11:00AM
Henry Cooksey, Pastor PM Sunday School 10:00 AM
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