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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 23, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 87 .NUMBER 1 aa.ra.- f RAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA TII-DA.;. JON .lese ;,..32327 Price JOc Per Copy

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1 THE COUNTY AGENT'S SOPCHOPPY NEWS SOCIAL SECURITY NEWS ONE KILLED-FOUR

INJURED IN TWO
CORNERBY BY Louise C. .SappThe Starting with 1966, work- r
CAR ACCIDENT
E R. Wheaton North Florida Annual ers whose Income Includes

County Agent District meeting of the Con- tips are beginning to build Wakulla County chalked up
gregational Holines Churches more social security pro- another highway fatality in a
State 4-H Congress Report closed Sunday night aftera tection for themselves and two car collision June 10 on
Last Thursday at State 4-H ten-day meeting at the Sop- their families, according to U.S. 319, one quarter mile
Congress you could hear choppy camp Ground. Frank White, social security east of Buckhorn School
such comments as 'It's been Mrs. Naomi Sanders returned district manager in Talla- east of Buckhorn School.
loads of fun', 'I'll be back to her home in Tol- hassee. The social security James W. Wilson, 55, a
next year', 'It makes me edo, Ohio, after visiting hqr office has a free booklet passenger in the station wagon -
want to work even harder so sister, Mrs. Audrey Rudd that explains how tips are to was killed Instantly. Two
that I can come again', 'the and other relatives. be reported for social sec- others in the wagon, John C. t a
boys are groovy', and 'Ev- urity, and how the Income Carline, 40, and Herman Le-
eryone's so friendly, It's The descendents of F. P. can be credited for disability Roy Robinson, also Mr. and
really been fun'. McKenzie held their annual survivors, or retirement Mrs. Fisher F.Murraywere
Some of the week's high- reunion a: Otter Lake. Insurance benefits under social hospitalized.

lights included; Secretary of --- security.' The Murrays, from War-
State Tom Adams, who chal- Family night of the Sop- Both the social security ner Robins, Ga., were tra-
lenged each and every 4-H choppy Lions Club was enjoyed office and the Internal Rev- veling west in the pickup
member to prepare himselfto by a picnic held Mon enue Service, have copies of truck.
meet the future, for today day evening at Wood Lake. a special record book that Trooper Charles Moore
we are led but tomorrow employees with tip incomecan who Investigated the wreck .
we are the leaders. Father's Day family re use to keep track of their reported the station wagon
Marilyn Van Derbur, the unioh of Mr. Raymon Revell tips. The book also Includesthe traveling at approximately
1959 Miss America, really was held at his home on Sun forms needed to report 80 miles per hour was tra-
held everyone's attention, day. Among those who attended tips to employers. veling on the wrong side of
and In her talk she pointedout were Mr. and Mrs. White reminds employersthat the road at the time of the
that you are not born with Ray Revell of Norfolk, va., they don't have to match accident. '. "
a talent, you develop It with A daughter, Mrs. Bushal, their employees' tax on tipsas Occupants of the station
hard work, discipline and Bellsir, Md., and J. R. Re- they do the tax on wages. wagon were all from the Picture taken June 10th between Medart and Sopchoppy, that killed one and sent four to the
The
desire. quarterly tax return for I
vell and family of OcaLa. county. hospital.
Miss Eleanor Echo of Simplicity employers has been revised
to account for tips separate-,
Pattern
Company Mr. Sealy CrumandHard-
I HUNTING AND
FISHING.
talked with the 4-H memberson le Revell visited their brother -
Employees
how to dress and believeIt who 1- ill in Clayton, incomeand with cash tip |LICENSES ON SALE
or not the boys their employers -
really paid Georgia, over the weekend.
attention. Miss Echo said, who have any questions Florida /sportsmen are being -
'Today dress about the new coverage of urged to avoid the
teenagers according Newly weds Mr. and Mrs. rush
to fads rather than to R.B. Haskett, Jr., are resid- tips for social security are and buy their fishing and hunt-
their own Individual body ing in the Altman Apartmentsafter urged to Inquire at the social ing licenses now. The new
type and the type of clothes a honeymoon trip in ; security office. That way 1966-67 fishing and hunting
that: look best they will avoid errors and licenses and
on them: the Carolinas. They were costlY management area
These were the highlightsof married at the home of the The corrections.Social stamps are available at the
a busy week at State 4-H bride's parents on Friday in Tallahassee Security office offices of all County Judgesand y y I
Club Congress where some is located at their authorized sub-
morning, June 16th, the 306 W. Jefferson
500 4-H members gathered bride is the former Rose Ann telephone Street and agents. ,,
from all over the state. Barwick, daughter; of Mr. and there will also 222-3515; According to W. B. Cope- '
Your Vegetable r.arden Mrs. H. B. Barwick. The be a representative land, chairman Game and ,
from
Now that most vegetable bridegroom is the son of Mr. the Crawfordville this office at Fresh Water Fish Commission ,
gardens have been plantedand R. B. Haskett. Florida the new 1966.67Ii- f',' L '
Courthouse
are actively growing, __ at 9.30: A.M on cence Is not required until
you can't just sit back and The J. L. Davis family of will Wednesday be July 13. They June 30, however, they are
wait for the 'fruits' of your Moultrie, Ga., are spendingthe glad to assist you In presently being honored by'' t ti
any
labor to materialize. Thereare week in their Riverview way possible. Wildlife Officers. Buying the

still many things to do home. Their weekend guests license now will prevent many I t
before a good harvest Is were Mr. Albert McKee, re- SOIL CONSERVATION sportsmen from embarrassment f { k .rlr K t
. guaranteed.Watering. cently retired Postmaster of i AW LAND USE at a later date when they '
Is most essen Moultrie, and Mrs. Mary decide on a sudden trip and ,
tial. Since spring has been McCall, in charge of County During the years when our find they have no license. ,
fairly dry in most sectionsof Supt. of Schools office. J farm lands were being set- License fees are; Resi- < .
the state, a good soakingonce _____________ __ t tled, the conviction grew that dent statewide combination' s .
or twice week Is man- The Rev. Jesse Baker and datory. Older vegetablesneed Mrs.'Ralph Brown attended a could affect only his well- Resident statewide hunting, This picture was taken recently by W. S.Shley, as this mule team passed trough
more water than a new Diet meeting at St. Pauls 1 being, whether he farmed $7.50; Resident statewide panacea on their way to California. Jim Wood and Jerry Raymond of Green Cove
ly planted crop. Methodist church in Talla-I poorly or farmed well, society fishing, $3.00; Resident county Springs are California bound, after their experience in Apalachicola and along the
It's better to give the hassee on Tuesday. The and the public, it was hunting, $2.00; Resident Big Bend coast, the trip will be a breeze. The pioneers were not heard from during
plants one thorough wateringthan young people of the churchare i felt, held no stake in the hunting other than home county the time Alma hit Apalachicola; however, It was reported they had Just cleared the
to give them a little planning a beach party matter. But when the supplyof $4.50; Wildlife ManagementArea outskirts of the city and probably had been In the midst of the strong winds and rain.
each day. Light sprlngllngs Saturday June 2Sth.Miss Ne- free land had been exhausted Stamp, $5.00; Wildlife 'Dap and Nellie Belle described as well kept fat mules are equipped for the trip.
cause shallow roots. Wayne Roddenberry and brother the concept of the Management Area stamp (under They are wearing shoes made of tire strips a new fad in mule shoes.
When fertilizing your ve- Billie are attending relationship of the farmer to 15)). $2.50; Hunting on licensed -
getables, you may also be (Centenary Camp in Quincy the society began to undergoa hunting preserves only STETSON UNIVERSITYANNOUNCES MISS ANN MOORE /tKXSi INEZ WALKER
helping weeds along. Weeds ,this week. change. It Is now a matterof $5.50; Non-resident annual DEAN'S, GIVEN I BRIDAL I SHOWER
will take the nutrients Intended concern. hunting, $26.50; Non-resident LIST ,ELECTED PRESIDENT

for your crop, sodon't The new concept assumes annual fishing, $8.00; Nonresident Fifty-eight ufperclass- Miss Ann Moore, bride- OFJ'"E.A ..., ;

garden.let weeks Pull take them over before ORDERi society has an interest i l4-rtavf1flhlnor.1i3.2S': men at Stetson I(university elect of Jack Henderson wa'J t-*wi,..vor. :01 officers for
your 1i n the privately-owned, I Non-resident 10-day hunting'::1, earned a place mi the Dean's honored with L mifuomeoua 1966was th. highlight of
they get too big. which is least :5-| w.JW>.lr Saturday
\ at equal to I 11.50; and Non-resident List and Honor frjl.fentne .
the
14 of
Mulching is the use or The Florida Forest Service -.the interest of the owner I day fishing, $2.25. night Jute U*! at the Craw- the Jane meeting
pastmaster according to fordvllle Woman's Wakulla County Education A8sociation. -
placement of organic materials has announced Club.
print-himself. It recognized in the Children under 15 .ndre:1-I'Miss Barbara Rowe regis. ,
such as leaves, straw, of brochure en- Hostesses, sixteen close .
ing a new soil, a basic national re- 1 dents:! over the age trar. Three hundred and
sawdust, or plastic on the titled, "How to Order Seed-source which is irreplacable. xempt from license require- thirty-eight other under- friends of the bride-elect, A dinner meeting at the
soil around your garden lings" were: Mrs. Evelyn Cowdy Oaks in Panacea was the last
Mulch keeps the soil from The two-page bulletin The soil conservation service ments. graduates; were listed on the Mrs. Valda, Cook, Mrs. Bobbie W.C.E.A.' meeting of the'65-

drying too fast and will keep gives prices, delivery dates, and your soil and water FLORIDA COUNTIES Honor The Roll.Honor Roll is com- \ Wright, Mrs. Thelmj 66 school year. After dinner
out weeds. It may also help and payment instructions for conservation district believe 'Jernigan, Mrs. Louise Tuck the business session was o-
th.. vegetables grow biggerby the purchase of forest tree this assumption is sound. It 'RECEIVE RACE FUNDS posed of undergraduates who (er, Mrs. Jo Ann Council pened. Mrs. Inez Walker was
earn less than
no grade a c
Mrs.i Irma Welch elected president, Mr. Ralph
keeping the fertilizer seedlings from the Service's obviously Imposes new Tallahassee State Comptroller with an over-all B Mrs
from washing away. nurseries at Munson, Chief-duties 'on the landowner and Fred O. Dickinson, Jr. today (2.0)). The Stetson average Dean s Katherine Strickland, Mrs. Martin Vice-president, and
Watch the leaves or the land and punta corda. on society. It, becomes the announced distribution ol List consists of juniors and Margaret Alligood, Mrs. Dot Mrs. Toni FOBS, Secretary-
young vegetable for Insects. The publication is'available duty of society to assist the $670,000 instate racing tax receipts seniors whose grades are 2.5 Oaks, Mrs. Anita Townsend, Treasurer.. Election of officers -
Aphids are especially bad in free to any landowner landowner 1 to so use his lands to Florida counties. or better with no lower i Mrs. Evalena Pearce, Mrs. of the Classroom
grade
weather such as we are hav Interested in planting forest i as to conserve the soil and Dickinson said the June racingtax Ruth Harper Mrs. Isabella Teachers Association fol-
than a C. The has ,
distribution was $100,500more University -Forbes Miss Ruth lowed. Mrs.
ing. Be sure and look under trees. Copies maybe obtain-i its fertility in the Interest DixMrs. Dorothy Miller
than 1700 full
more time
than was distributed to Florida.s stu- elected
;Linda Coxwell. was chairman
Mrs.
the leaves, they become Infected ed from any Florida Forest: ,of society. dent. ;
counties In June of last
the same as the tops. Service office. Join hands with the Wak- Included on the Honor Roll Many lovely and useful Mary Nasby was elected
Just these little things Last year Florida Forest: ulla Soil and Water Conser- year.The current distribution by equal and Dean's list is Miss Bar- 'gifts were received. vice-chairman.
could prevent your fresh ve* Service nurseries produced 1 'vation District and make this shares to counties Betted bara Jernigan, of Crawford- The hostess gift to the General Supervisor Luther -
getables from reaching your' and sold 67 million seed-I ,concept of conservation $10,000 checks for each county. vllle. 'bride-elect was an electric Holmes sopke of the curriculum -
dinner table, so be sure they lings. The most were slash i work for you.Special Dickinson noted that was $1,500more skillet. Refreshmentspunch ol guides being devel-
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOLAT
and cake were served.
are controlled. pine. than each county received oped by the elementary
ConferencesFor during the samt month a year SOPCHOPPY Special guests includedMrs. teachers in the county and of
J. K. Moore, mother of other progress made during
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOLAT Florida NursesIn ago.The current collections pushedA METHODIST CHURCH the bride-elect, Mrs. Jeff the year. He announced that
C'VILLE METHODIST THOMPSON REUNIONTO keeping with a phase of ill There will be a Vacatior jenks, mother of the groom, he would be leaving the coun-
CHURCH BE HELD JULY 2nd Profeuional Education Program FISH FRY AT ST. Bible School at the Sopchopp> of Sopchoppy, and Mrs. Aub- ty to take a position with the
the Society' Research Committee Scott, sister of the State
MARKS JULY 2nd Methodist Church beginning rey Department of Educat-
A family reunion of the announced the issuance of Monday, June 27 and con- groom-elect of Tallahassee. ion.The
The C'ville MethodJetChurch late Henry William Thomp- special medical grants for research The Woman's Club of St. tinuing through Friday, July Constitutional Revision -
will hold their Vacation son will be held July 2, 1966 to: Ronald H. Dabanian Marks will sponsor a fish 1. The time of meeting will Committee was appointed
Bible School starting at Curtis Mills, Florida land( Martin Alan Cohn. University fry Saturday, July 2nd, start- be 1:30: .::30 P.M. There CARD OF THANKS by Mrs. Walker. Mrs. Joyce
July 18th through July 22nd.( Every member of each of Miami and to Douglas ing at 6 P.M. There will be will be classes for every age The T. W. Beasley familywishes Lewis will serve as chairman -
The Rev. Jesse Baker family is invited to attend I Roy and lame Mandell. University six prizes given away at the and a capable staff of teach- to express their appreciation Mrs. Mary Nelda Ruas.I .
urges all children to attend. -- of Florida. Amount drawing during the evening. ers. The director of the and thanks for the I Mrs. Mary Frances Kinre!;.
Children from other church were $750 each. All are en- Home made pies and cakes school Is Mrs. Pam Revell. kindness shown them duringthe : and Mrs. Toni Foes will
es are Invited and welcome. rolled M medical school students will be sold. All.children are invited to attend death of their loved one., serve on the Handbook-Com
for the tall term. this summer activity. mittee.

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VkAKIJLU COUNTY NJWjj] MINUTES OP THE WAKULUA;COUNTY COMMISSION R bJeep ngoo run' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND

TBUISDAT. JOT1 23. 19e1'WAKUic [ JUNE 20, 1966 ring condition. New tires wak- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
$100.00 Tom Greene, FOR WAKULLA COUNTY. IN CHANCERY

14ie'': ha 'd'o{C untl.+ Co nrtll slonerl of watuU a County NO. 1371
met this date In Crawfordvtl1e
with all members
present: MUNICIPAL PRINTING COMPANY, INC.,
Moody Pearce, Clerk j *"' R' Taff Sheriff; '. H. Hudson, a Florida corporation,

: County IThd'Mlnutes I! Attotirne/and Carmel Pelt,,Road Superintendent. NOTICEThe Plaintiff,

', of the last meeting were:read and approved. vt.
.. on the motion of Commlesionef Davis and the Board of County Commissioners will' SHOAF .
CHARLES ,
NEWS second of
COUNTY Commissioner Young the regular meeting Defendent '
date of July 4th was changed to July 30th at 8:00: o'- meet JUNE 30 AT 8:00 A.M. '
Tekphosia W.Mallt $3301i clock A. M. The Clerk filed with the Board notice NOTICE OF SUIT

j'''intention to,make application, by individual, to hold This' meeting wIll be held In place of IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA


the budget ammendment No. 1 of the Sheriff's Florida ''
Tampa,
I I'' Budget as follows: Contingencies reduced by $500.00 All persons having business with the

i I: Virginia Ketflrttey! ._.....-.: :.:.Edt- and On equipment the motion Increased of Commissioner by $500.00.Davis the Board granted Commission please be present. gage executed You are hereby by George notified R. Langford that acomplaintto and Maria foreclose L Langford amort-, his

::. __._.__ the Tax Assessor, Mr. Ferrell, 30 days extension of s wife, Harold Brown and Betty Brown, Us wife, and Wallace G. Mar-
time on preparing Tax Rolls. tin and Mildred W. Martin, his wife, to Lillian M. Kirch, and assigned -
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Entered at CrvrfortrtlK Florida The Board approved the vouchers before them and directed '. .,!.' : r "' .. : : ,' :: to the plaintiff, on the following described property, to-witi

.. second class matter. Subscrip: I that warrants be issued in payment therefor. Lots numbered five ((5)) and ten ((10)) in Block "D" of the

I I Monrate: $3.00 per 'ear. There being no further business coming to the atten- FLORIDA STATE Town of Crawfordville, Florida, as shown by map or plat
572 of Deed Book "c' C "D" of the
tion of the Board the thereof record page
same
was adjourned on the motion
of Commissioner Strickland. public records of Wakulla County, Florida. ALSO, the following -

TODAY THRU SA7' personal property, to-witi
t Meed. 1 model 8 machine bearing serial number 49461r,
If You Attest: clerk Approved: Chairman of the Board linotype feeder 1
with
Kluge
one 1-xlS Chandler and Price press
Office Supplies LEGAL NOTICEIn Starts Wednesday rankle Avalon Pony Miehle Cylinder Press, 1 Miller's saw trimmer, #3811,
6 Office Furniture. LEGAL NOTICE. Bob Hope 1 Liberty Folder #A7136, 1 addressographmachine #117618,
Annette Funicello
1 file cabinet 1 double type rack, all type, linotype metal
,
Business Machines the Circuit Court of the Second Elke Somner Fabian .
8c or Call Judicial Circuit of Flo- In the Circuit Court of the Second Phyllis Dlller .and incidental composing stones, reglets, leade, Ink and
rida, In and For W a kulla Judicial Circuit of Flori- 'FIREBALL 500' paper; one 26 inch paper cutter, 1 desk, 1 L.C. Smith type-
RANEY WHALEY County. In Chancery.No. da, In and For Wakulla Coun- writer, one cut: off saw and all other equipment and suppliesnow
ttCAPITAL ty. In Chancery.No. 'BOY DID I GET A ------------ used in the operation of the Wakulla County News. Also -

OFFICE IN REi Petition of Franklin 1382. WRONG NUMBER'I 2 gas tanks, 2 gas heaters, one window fan, all newspaper
Moody McElrath Joe Ann Brown, files in the office and the subscription list to the Wakulla
EQUIPMENT CO. For the Adoption of Plaintiff, County News.
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Geneva Strickland a vs' -
DIVORCE 1
319 South Adam St. minor. has been filed against you and you are required to file your answer -
James Alton Brown, PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN or other pleadings to the complaint with the Clerk of the above
STATE OF FLORIDA TO!:
Corner E. PensaeoU Defendant.
Herbert Strickland OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE HWY. styled court, and serve a copy thereof on the plaintiff's attorney,
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA I Raiford State Prison Order of PublicationState Edw. J. Hill, 107 Midyette-Moor Building, Tallahassee, Florida,
Raiford, Florida of Florida toi not later than the 26 day of July 1966, and that if you fail to do so
James Alton Brown, Today thru. Saturday a decree pro confess will be against you for the relief demanded in
You notified that
are hereby a Address Unknown.
petition by the above named Thurs., Fri., & Sat.'YOU'RE the complaint.

HENPY ""I'lIAMS' petitioner, has been filed for complaint You are hereby for divorce notified has that been a 'MADE IN PARIS' /s/ Moody Pearce

the adoption of your daughter, filed against you In the Circuit NEVER CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
REALTY Geneva Strickland.You Court of Wakulla County, Flo- i'i" 1.?. TOO YOUNG'
are hereby required to Edw. J. HillAttorney
rida, in Chancery. You are .
.
'
Law
i I. ;
at
file, (personally or by an attorney I."I.I| "I' "
'THE SILENCERS''BETWEEN
file
hereby required to (
Reg. Real Estate Broker ), with the Clerk of said person- ..,,, 107 Midyette-Moor Building
ally or by attorney) with the Henry I P..nde. R I Hi "
Tallahassee Florida
Court ,
your answer or object-
Clerk of said Court, and send a
St. Marks Fla. HEAVEN
ions to such adoption, and to .
copy! of the same to the attorneyfor n AND HELL' Attorney for Plaintiff '
serve a of answer or
copy your
Phone 741 plaintiff, your written defenses 6/23,30,7/7,14.
objection on George L Harper, if to the complaintin 'THE DIRTY GAME'
any .
Attorney at Law, P. O. Box .
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES said cause, on or before July
.366, Crawfordville, Florida, on
5, 1966. Herein fail not or
or before July 5, 1966. Herein Judgmentby default will be entered i- h ._ --- ----__ _-1 I___________ --- --
Associate: fail not or judgment by default
against you. ,
W. M. Hatcher, Sr. will be entered against you. WITNESS my hand and the .
Phone U 6-3201 Dated at Crawfordville, Wa- seal of said Court at Crawford-
kulla County, Florida, this 2nd ville, Wakulla County, Flori-
day of June, 1966. da, this 31st day of May, 1966.
DAVE HAMRICK .
/>/ Moody Pearce (Official Seal) GOINGS ON"
"GREAT I
Clerk Circuit Court, III Moody Pearce
INSURANCE AGENCY Wakulla County, Florida Moody Pearce i

(Official Seal Affixed) Clerk Circuit Court
AUTOMOBILE Wakulla FloridaJ.
George L. HarperP. County, ..
BONDS O. Box 366Crawfordville H. Hudson
Florida P. O. Box 66Crawfordville AT
CASUALTY Attorney: for Petitioner Fla.
4t-619. 16.23.30. Attorney for Plaintiff.
MARINE 4t-6/2,9, 16,23.LEGAL I

'FIRE WAKULLA LIQUIDATION GARDENS SALE ALFORD CHEVROLET CO.

PHONE 877-3108 NOTICEIN '

We cordially Invite Wakulla Nothing To BuyUl!!!
1873 Register Now Ar
1631 E.Tenn. St. Box County residents to our Liquidation COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
Sale of lots in Units I and WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA
TALLAHASSEE: FLA. New Car Showroom!!
IV, June 11th -- 12th; sale start- Must Bt 21 Yrs. Of
File No.ESTATE
ing 11:00 A. M. Lot prices Age Or Older r
Through 15th
TERRY HARRIS starting$250.00, 5K down and OF JOHNW.FORREST, To Register July :
$10.00 monthly. Approximately deceased.
House Wiring aAppliance 85 lots left (Inside and highway NOTICE OF APPLICATION

Repair frontage). Anyone interested FOP DISCHARGEAll Wayfarer Campers OPEN 'TILL 9:00: P.M.
prior to sale time may contact i
Also Electric Blankets Joe Harlart, c/o Panacea Dev. persons are hereby notified Available Through for
P. O. Box 7 Panacea your :
Corp. ,
that the undersigned as Admin- K&R. Trailer Center ;
{
WA6-7721
Florida, Phone No. istratrix, c.t.a. of said estate,
Route 1, Box 34 CONVENIENCEThis ;
(Crawfordville). has completed the administration Tallahassee, Fla. '---- -
Sopchoppy, Florida I
5/19. thereof and has filed in said

., Phone WO22342SPARE LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex- court her. Objections\ thereto for discharge J
New Can Be Yours
TIM INCOME A-Diet Wakulla Tablets.Pharmacy.Only 98* at if any, should be duly filed. Wayfarer Camper

Refilling and collecting money lQt-6/2. After filing proof of publication
from NEW TYPE high quality showing this notice has been \

coin operated dispensers in this 2 bedroom tarnished published once a week for four FREE !
area. No selling. To qualify TbRRENTi s consecutive weeks, the matterof
you must have car, references, house' inWakullt Gardens. distribution of I a I d estate

$600 to $1900 cash. Seven to $50.00 7721. monthly. Phone WA6- .vill come before the court. Now on display in our showroom, come by and look over the selection. 'over 200 new CHEVROLETS, and

twelve hours weekly can net excellent First Publication On June 23,1966 I tab" demonstration ride!! Register for this new WAYFARER Camper to be given away to some lucky
: monthly income. More July 15th. 1966!!! Drawing: to be h.ld at 6:00 p.m.f July 15th at Alford Chevrolet Co. personon
full time. For personal Inter- FOR SALEi s 3 bedroom brick hi Flay F. CaNun !

view write P. O. BOX 4185, house. Air conditioning and A. Administratrix, c.t.a. of
PITTSBURGH, PA. 15202. In- central heating. Call Mrs. Nell said estate. CHEVROLETS '
CrawfordviUe.WA6-5Ul.. Discounts all new in stock!! Liberal trade-in allowances I!
wn r. Russ. 6/23.30.717.14., low rate financing. quick, easy, '

a nQ9ee us es4, rmsDIRECTORY 'LOOK AT THESE EXAMPLES! '


STOCK NO. SALE PRICE STOCK NO. SALE PRICE I
446 SPORT COUPE I
CAPRICE 523 CHEVY II NOVA
Turbo Hyda Tranimhwon, convenience; equipment, tinted. floie, STATION
i rear .,...., Astro bucket win rear antenna, vinyl roof, push i WAGON, tI..t.4I wi".lhl.14. whet c.....' dilute front
nor was kilos, lu9ee. c."i., .
button radio, factory sir:23s14enine, power tOil ,,41,.. power roe 'Idow, '",ph hit. but.,i
brakea and ..",", I: .. wall 3750 wii
PATRONIZE THESE ADVERTISERSF tirei, deluxe front t rear teat ...... 325 r, ,140, N.P In.I. powsglld.Iru.. 2700

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CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH LAKE ELLEN OTTER CREEK RIVER SINK SDPCHOPPY
DIRECTORY BAPTIST CHURCH HOLINESS CHURCH .
Rev. S. A. Coxwell, Pastor -
Prepared by Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM (Inactive) NEW UCHT ASSEMBLYOF CONGREGATIONAL
Rev. Jess Baker. Morning Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM COD CHURCHRev. HOLINESS CHURCHRev.
Training Union 7:00 PM Training Union 6:30 PM Cary Cotney, Pastor Roy Rochester, Pastor
Crawfordvllle Methodist Church 7:30 PM
Evening Worship 8:00 PM Midweek Evening Worship Prayer PANACEA Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM WAKULLA
Woman's Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Missionary Service We d. 7:30 Morning Worship 11:00
: PMMen' BETHEL PRIMITIVE Christ's Ambassadors : AM METHODIST
Union WAKULLA
1st Monday
Young People'sService
Brotherhood BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
6:30 PM CHURCHRev.
Sunday
ARRAN Woman's Society -Missionary 3rd Friday Dorcas 1st Thursday Circle 7:30 PM Cortez White, Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 PM Evening Worship 6:00 7:45 PM PM Roger Stimson, Pastor

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

Noah Council, Pastor The following held at 3:15 PM 2nd Weekend 7:30 PM Woman's Auxiliary Wed. County.
Sat. Eve.Worship
Sunday School 10:00 AM Royal Ambassadors MtDARJFRIENDSHIP Sun. Morn.Worship 11:00 AM SPRING CREEK West Florida Congregational Sunday School 9:30 AM
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Every Monday G Tuesday Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM Holiness Campground Morning Worship 10:00 AM
Girl Auxiliary PRIMITIVE June 8 22, 1966
Young People's Service 6:00 PM
BAPTIST CHURCH 4th Weekend; SHADY SEA: BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
Worship 7:00 PM Every Tuesday G Wednesday 7:30 PM
Evening Sunbeams Sat. Eve. Worship Earl Pearce, Pastor
Midweek Prayer 7:30 PM Rev. Emmett Whaley, Pastor Sun. Morn. Worship 11:00 AM
Service (Wed.) Every Monday G Tuesday 2nd Sunday; I Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. ZION HILLMETHODIST

Evening Worship 7:30 PM I 1 Prayer Service (Fri.) 7:30 PM Evening Morning Worship Worship 11:00 7:30 AM PM O. C. Hall, Pastor CHURCHRev.
I W. L. Prater Pastor
MILLS 4th Weekend: Midweek Prayer Sunday School 10.00 AM ,
CRAWFORDVILLE CURTIS Sat. Morn. Worship 11:00 AM CONGREGATIONAL Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM 2nd G 4th Sundays:
7:30 PM Training Union 7:00 PM 9:30AM
Sat. Evening Worship Morning Worship
BEULAH PRIMITIVE HOLINESS CHURCHRev.
CURTIS MILLS COMMUNITY Evening
Sunday School 10:00 AM Worship 8:00 PM
BAPTIST CHURCHRev. CHURCH (Holiness) Morning Worship 11:00 AM Steve Harrell, Pastor SPRING CREEK PRIMITIVE Midweek Prayer
Emmett Whaley, Pastor Herbert Thompson, Teacher Evening Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Service: (Wed.) 8:00 PM

1st Sunda: Sunday School 10100)! AM Midweek Prayer Morning Worship 11:00 AM W. W. McAllister, Pastor Woman's Missionary Society Mourns,,
Service Tuesday 7:30 PM (Every Other Wed.!: ) 3:00 PM .
Sunday School 10:00 AM Evening Worship 7:00 PM Young People's Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunbeams u r
a.d Fw t'
ry.
Ladies 6:15 PM
11:00 AM Service Prayer Service Sunday
Morning Worship Prayer 11:00 AM
Morning Worship
2nd C 4th
10:00 AM Tuesday 3:15 PM
PM Service-Wednesday
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Wednesday G Friday 730 Evangelistic Service Evening Worship 7:30 PM
7:30 PM
3rd Weekend: Sunday Midweek Prayer
Sat. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM MEDART ASSEMBLY Midweek Prayer Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM MT. BEASOM PRIMITIVE
7:30 PM
Sunday School 10:00 AM "VANIVAN OF COD CHURCH Service: (Wed.) BAPTIST CHURCHRev. w 1 ia -

Evening Morning Worship Worship 11:00 7:30 AM PM Rev. E, M, Carter, Pastor ST. MARKS Cortex White, Pastor .
ASSEMBLY OF Sunday School 10.00AM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. 1st Weekend:
COP CHURCHRev. Morning Worship 11:00 AM A. V. Pickem, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sat. Morn. Wor. 11.00AM
Henry Cooksey, Pastor 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00
CRAWFORDVILLE METHODIST Evening Worship Sunday School 10:00 AM Fred Harrison, Pastor AM
School 10:00 AM Midweek PrayerServiceWed. 11:00 Morning Worship 11:00 AM
CHURCHRev. Sunday : Morning Worship AM world
School 10:00 AM
7:30 PM Sunday 3rd Sunday
Morning Worship }1:00 AM 6:00 PM :
Jesse L. Baker, Pastor Evening Worship Christ's Ambassadors Evening Training Worship Union 7:00 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School 10:00AM
1st C 3rd! SUdaysSW1day Winter 7:00 PM Saturday 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer Training Union 6:30 PM Moming Worship 11:00 AM newsin
Evening Worship 7:30 PM
School 10:00 AM Summer 7:30 PM
Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Midweek
Worship 11:00: AM Midweek Prayer Prayer
Morning Woman's Union
Missionary Service Wed. 7:30 PM
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM OTTER CREEK Thurs. after 1st Sun. 10:00 AM : ( ) SOPCHOPPY CHURCHOF

2nd G 4th Sunday; Boy Scouts: (Fri.) 6.00PM CHRIST
9:30 AM NEW HOME PRIMITIVE Minister
Morning Worship Floyd McCullough,
ST. MARKS METHODIST ;
Sunday School ljM( AM WHJDBON) LAKE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH Bible Study 10:00AM fcus
Midweek Prayer BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Rev. W. W. McAllister, Pastor RIVERSIDE BAPTIST MISSIONRev. Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Emmett Whaley, Pastor Sunday School George Dickey, Pastor (Inactive) Evening Worship 7:30: PM
Methodist Youth Fellowship 2nd Weekend Every Sunday 9:45: AM Sunday School 10:00 AM Bible Study(Wed.) 7:30 PM
Every Sunday Evening 6:30 PM Sat. Evening Worship 7:30 PM 1st Sunday:: Morning Worship 11:00 AM SMITH CREEK ------ ---
Woman's of Christian Sun. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Training Union 7.00 PM SOPCHOPPY METHODIST The Christian Science Monitor
Society 3fd Sunday: One Norway St, Boston,Man 0211
Service-3rd Tucs. 3:30 PM : Evening Worship 8:00: PM MT. ELON BAPTIST CHURCHRev. CHURCHRev.
Evening Worship 7(30 PM
Men's Club-3rd Tues. 7:30 PM ( Midweek Prayer 7:30 PM William Fluty, Pastor Jesse L. Baker, Pastor Pl aw tnttf my subscription to trw
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Thursday Morning Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 9:30 AM low. IcncloM $ (US. Fund)

Training Union 6:00 PM Sunday School 10s30AM 'D I YEAR $24 Q 6 month 112J
Evening Worship 7:00 PM 2nd G 4th Sunday:
Woman's Missionary Union Sunday School 10:00 AM [ 3 months $6

1st Monday after Morning Worship 11:00 AM Nome......_?_

1st Sunday 9:00 AM Evening Worship 7:30 PM 5t'Ht........ ...___.._._ .
Midweek Prayer

MCCLENDON FUNERAL R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME Methodist Service (Youth Tues.)Fellowship 7:30 PM City.: .._ I

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