Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: August 11, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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TALOUIN ELECTRICMr. Daniel Curtis Spears,76-
Wakulla county NewsI E. R. Wheaton, County year-old retired businessman -

Agent Adrian C. Fletcher, died Sunday night following
feel that the citizensof 4-H In Wakulla County President of the Talquin a long Illness.

Wakulla County shouldbe Electric Cooperative announces Spears was a native of
aware of what is goingon September, just around the Annual Coop the Ivan Community and had
in the Courthouse In reference the comer is the month Member Meeting to be lived in Wakulla County all ...
to the meeting room when 4-H clubs are organ- held in Quincy on Satur- of his life. He was a mem-
.of the County Commissioners. ized and other 4-H activities day, August 20th, at the ber of the Ivan Assemblyof ,
The present Board is are being plannedfor i Livestock Pavilion This God Church.He taking out seats to provide the year. September,I meeting is held each year' is survived by his
office space for the newly there will be the County in order for members to widow Mrs: Ethel Spears,
hired County Purchasing Dairy Show and In October, review the past years operation Crawfordville; three sons,
Agent, Mrs. Johnnie Lim- the five top winners of the of the Cooperativeand Dr. Dan C. Spears and Dr. -nr mr :i
We wonder at the show will in Fj )
baugh. county compete to elect directors to Howard M.Spear, Denver, i
wisdom of this. As it stands the District Dairy Show.' represent them for the Colo., and R.Lows Spears,
now there Is not enough November will bring the coming two year period Tallahassee; four daugh- .
room when citizens wantto many 4-ft: activities of the Along with the business ters, Mrs. Varol Lines,
attend a Board meeting. North Florida Fair Farm there is a program of fur Quincy, Mrs. Luther C. .
Some people say the way and Home Judging, 4-HI Miss Sally Janice Oaks and entertainment with music Tucker, Sr.. Crawford-
the present Board Is spending Day and Exhibits. food and fellowshipwith ville; Mrs. John R. Griner
money that there is a I November will also bringa OAKS GAISSERT many other Rural El. and Mrs. Vernon L. Allen, 4 4fjU
lack of foresight for the new county activity the ectric Cooperative memo Tallahassee; three sisters,
needs of the county. The Wakulla County Swine Show Mr. and Mrs.W.W. Oaks bers. Highlight of the pro. Mrs. Lela Melrs, Tampa;
spending seems to be done I open to 4-H and FF A members : of Crawfordville announcethe gram will be a speech by Mrs. Daisy Ivey Denver:,
for purely political reas- of the county. This engagement of their Don Fuqua Member of Colo., and Mrs. Paul Grant "
ons. There is more inter- list goes into January and daughter, Sally Janice Congress from the Second Sr., Tallahassee; 24 grandchildren ..
est for votes than for the the rest of 1967, and it is Oaks to Wilton Galssert, Congressional District. and 17 great
county's good. evident that 4-H members son of Mr. and Mrs. JohnA. About 1500 people are grandchildren. '
There has been no thoughtof 'I have many opportunities to Gaissert of Sparta, expected to attend the Funeral services were
providing anything for' participate in 4-H pro- Georgia. meeting including memo held at 2 P.M. today at the +
the teen-age group. grams which will develop : The bride-elect is a graduate I bers and their families and Whiddon Lake Primitive .M
We ask what has hap- their leadership citizen of Crawfordville High friends of the Cooperative.At Baptist Church with the / c r
pened to the building of ship and the 4-H member I School and of Lively Tech- 5:00 p.m. the Le- Rev. Emmett Whaley of-
public beaches at St.Marks personally. I nical School. She Is pre- Fevres, a nationally known ficiating. Burial followed
and panacea. The beach at The girls 4-H programwill sently employedbytheTal- gospel singing group will at the Whiddon Lake Cemetery
St. Marks would attract take on a new develop- lahassee Memorial Hospi- entertain. They will play under direction of J.A. x 'J. 1 ; ''
many more tourists as wellas ment this year with the tal.Mr. and sing again at 7:00 p.m. Culley and Sons Funeral .
hold them in the county coming of Mrs. Mary Bev- Galssert graduatedfrom During the afternoon and I Home. 4" '1 14: ,
longer. is as Extension Home I Sparta High School I evening, hamburgers, Serving as pallbearerswere
Our concern lies with Economics Agent for Wak- and attended Georgia Tech. I drinks and other food will R. E. Whaley Commodore
this question, "Is It nec- ulla County. In the past, 4- At the present time, he is I be served by the Gadsden Taff, Emett C. Mr. and Mrs Murray McLaughlin of Tallahassea vis
essary to live In Pork Bar h girls were limited to I serving in the U. S. Air I County Home Demonstration Ferrell Jr., H. T. (Bubba) ited the Fort San Marcos de Apalache in St. Marks t
rell Politics or can we county 4-H activities because Force and he is stationedIn Clubs. Members may Adams R. p. McKenzie recently during the Open House. Mrs. McLaughlin is the'
be constructive and pro- there was not a Home California. I resister any time from and Laurice Roberts. former Janet Russ, daughter of the late Rep. Bobby
gressive for the good of Economics Agent but now I The wedding will be Sept- 3:00 to 8:00. At 8DO p.m. Russ who was active in the procurement of the site for
all the county? I the 4-H girls will be elig- ember 21 In the Crawford- the business meeting will MEN TO a State Park.
Yours truly, ible to participate in Dis- ville Baptist Church. begin. At the close of the I
James G. Taylor trict and State 4-H Events. meeting there will be a GRADUATE AT FSU I _
I 4-H is an opportunity for 15000 REWARD FOR drawing for the many door t
learning new skills and prizes. Tallahassee Florida .
FARM BUREAU TELLS leadership, an opportunityto CONVICTION OF The Talquln Electric Cooperative State University today announced ",. '
SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS receive recognition in 'OLD JOE'S' KILLER was establishedin the candidates for ns
projects well completed, 1941 for the purpose of degrees in commencement
The Florida Farm Bur-1 il and an opportunity "To The death of Old Joe extending electric lines to exercises Saturday night,
eau Federation announcedthis Make the Best Better". ((4-I will not go unavenged according rural areas in Gadsden August 13.President. .
week the winners of H Motto) to Carl Buch- County. Later It was expanded Emeritus ur
the Winn-Dixie Farm If any boy or girl ages heister, president of the to cover Leon then Doak S. Campbell will be
Bueau Annual College 10-19 would like to join a National Audubon Society. Liberty and Wakulla. At commencement speaker in r4r A
Scholarship Awards. A 4-H club, he or she may The Society today posteda I present more than 95% of ceremonies at 8:00 p.m. in 11 f IIr14
girl and a boy each are a- do so by writing your name, reward of $5,000 for Information the rural homes this area Tully Gymnasium and degrees
warded $1000 under the age, and address on a post leading to the arrest have electric service.Cooperatives will be conferred by
plan, now in its sixteenth card stating you would like and conviction of the are busi- President John E. Champ- '
year. to join 4-H, and mailing the person or persons respon-I nesses that are owned by ion.'
Miss Rebecca Kay Kelleyof post card to the County Agent sible for killing those they serve. Each Of the candidates, 369
Wildwood and Paul Edgar Box 38, Crawford- Old Joe was an alligator member has one vote and earned their degrees in
Click of Moore Haven I vllle, Florida. and although his age was I exercises it to elect a dir- June and another 979 are
were declared winners by a not known he was alegendary ector of his choice from his candidates to get them in ft, 'R
special Farm Bureau committee ROBERT ASHMORE. SR. figure at his estab- district. The Board of nine August.August.
which reviewed applications lished homestead at the directors controls the operation graduates Craw- ,
from throughout headwaters of Wakulla I of the business. fordville, Houston Eugene t
the state. Each will receive Robert Roy Ashmore,Sr., Springs In Wakulla County. Each elected director has a Taff. B. S. Bus., William
$100 toward their 77, a retired automobile Old Joe died sometimes term of two years. Emory Whaley, M.S.
college education. The dealer and merchant, died during the night of July 31- Members and friends of
funds are supplied by the Wednesday night August the results of a gunshot, the Cooperative are urgedto k's v ( '!
Winn-Dixie Stores Found- 3rd, at Tallahassee Me- and his murderer has not attend this meeting and CORPORATION CHARTERED iyyy
ation, Jacksonville, which morial Hospital. been found. The body was support the Cooperativethat
co-sponsors the annual a- Funeral services were discovered at the bottomof has meant so much tc Tallahassee Secretaryof r
wards with the Florida held at 10 A. M. Saturdayat the world's largest this area in service and economic State Tom Adams today d,. !
Farm Bureau. | Culley's Funeral Home springs on August land recovered benefits.OUTSTANDING. announced the charteringof ? ,ist Ft
Miss Kelley is the daughter Chapel with Rev. W. L.. by the Game and the following corpora- a
of Mr. and Mrs. clifford Prater officiating. Burial Fresh Water Fish Com- tion;
A. Kelley, Route 1, followed in the Ben Haden mission. RECORD Raker Skating Rink Inc.,
Box 100, Wildwood, was an Cemetery in Wakulla Buchheister said, The FOR TALOUIN ELECTRICThe ((3-07707)), Route 2, Box 5,
Crawfordville. Fla., Wa-
honor student at the Wild- County person or persons respon-
wood High School last year. A native of Wakulla sible for killing Old Joe outstanding recordof kulla County. Authorized
She is the County Ashmore had resided man-hours stock: 100 shares of com-
not attending did more than kill an alligator 100,000 of rt.
Central Florida junior Sopchoppy and Tallahassee they destroyed a operations from July 1965 mon of no par value filed
College where she will all of his life. He living historical symboland to April. 1966, wdnout a July 29, 1966, dealing in
study for 11/2 years before owned and operated the it would be impossibleto single disabling injury won Skating rink. Incorporators -
entering the University Ford dealership In Sop- place a price on the educational special recognition for the : T. A. Raker Inez Mr. and Mrs. Henry c. Turner
of Florida. Her goal choppy prior to his retire- value of Old Joe Talquln Electric Cooperative Raker, Wooten Smith, all announce the engagement and of Birmingham Ala.,
Is to be a teacher. ment. He made his home at of Florida of Crawfordville. Florida. approaching marriage of
as he was viewed by thousands Inc., Quincy, I their daughter, JOlene, to Mr.
Paul Click la the son of 210 S. Bronough St.,Tallahassee I of people who might from its Workmen's Filed by Judge A. L. por- of Mr. E. G. Hammick and the James late M. Hammlck son
Mr. and Mrs. R. Wendell and was a memberof otherwise never have the Compensation Insurance ter, Crawfordville. mich of Crawfordv11le, Florida. Mrs. Matilda Ham-

Click Route 2, Box 28 the Methodist Church.He I opportunity to study an alligator carrier. Employers Insur- The wedding will be an event of
Moore Haven.He graduatedlast is survived by his i in the wilderness." ance of wausau Wausau, NOTICE home of the bride's parents. September 11 in the
spring from Moore widow, Mrs. Jewell Ash- O. E. Frye, Commission Wisconsin. The bride-elect Is the
Haven High School first in more; two sons, Clinton N. Director, said, 'While I At the award ceremony, The Crawfordville Cem- Moreland and the late Nathaniel granddaughter of Mrs. Mae
his class. Paul is now attending Ashmore >and Robert Roy Wakulla Springs Is a pop- Mr. Leon E. Weaver Gen- etery has recently been Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Turner. She Moreland is and the late
a graduate of
the University of Ashmore Jr., Tallahassee; ular tourist and recrea- eral Manager of the Cooperative cleaned and mowed, but as bama College and is presently Ala-
where he is maJ- two daughters, Mrs Sarah accepted a special teaching in Macon,Geor- ?
Florida tion area it is also a wild-I of now the boys have not gia.
in herd management.Last Margaret Coggins, Orlando plaque from D. G. Smart of,
oring life refuge established by I been paid. There is no The Bridegroom-elect la the grandson of Mr. John I
year's winners and Mrs.Winona Allen the Commission and the I Jacksonville safety con- money set aside for this, Williams and the late
were Miss Carolyn Conner, Tallahassee; astepson National Audubon Society sultant for the insurance therefore, the people of Hammiclc and the late Mr. H-m-UdJWSS. w. F.I
and Grier Wells.Runnersup Al Wilson, Tallahassee and possession of any fire- I company. Wakulla County should con- Tennessee. He Is a senior at Mercer ,
for the cur- and three grandchildren. arm or molesting any wildlife During the presentation tribute to the cemetery Georgia, and a member and past president of Lambda,
rent awards are: Girls: within the area is Mr. Smart attributed the Fund. Chi Alpha Fraternity.
Miss Marilyn Edenfild of utd- Mrs. Henry strictly prohibited." I fine achievement to the I We all have loved ones
Grand Ridge and Miss Smith left for Atlanta to Information relating to system's accident prevention -j buried there. Anyone want- Mrs. Effie Tucker is a
Charlene Friday of Hast- visit their daughter and the killing of Old Joe should efforts and strict ad- Ing to contribute, leave the patient at Tallahassee I daiM .. RalPh Martin and
ings; Boys;Kenneth Tread-I family, Mr. and Mrs. Free I be turned over to the Game herence to the basic funda-: money with Mr. Roy Reh- Memorial Mn"pltal. home tern have returned
well, of Oak Hill,andMlch- Carlan. They will take their and Fresh Water Fish mentals of safe operating winkle or Mr. Charlie
ael W. Shiver, of Ever- \ grandson home who has Commission for investi procedures. Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie relativesalter in Pheonlrixt city

I glades. been here visiting_for. several gation. Tucker have recently I Alabama. {!
weeks. moved into their new homeIn
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\ COUNi NEWS LEGAL NOTICEIn ; 671 County Service Officer 720.00 '
I-1 The Board of County Commissioners of Wakulla 1,000.00 WEATHER FORECAST
!HURgDAT.. AIleron 11. 1999 the Court of the County County met this date In Crawfordville with all members 672 Count Civil JXfenee S7,996.00

Judge, Walculta County, Flo present: 675 Mosquito Control The Thirty Day Agricul-
lids, to Probate.IN Moody Pearce. Clerk w. R. Taft Sheriff Carmel 681 Agriculture service 4461.00 tural Weather Outlook for

REi Estate of Pelt. Road Supt. J. H. Hudson, county aattorney 682 Forest Authority :5000.00 the month of August for
E. J. Langrton, Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. 690 county Deftlopment 4,000.00 South Georgia, Southeast
WAKUL1A Welfare
Deceased.To The Board approved the 841 County Alabama and Northwest
E 11: List as prepared and 169,000.00,
NEWS AU Creditors and Persons presented by the Tax Collector Mr. Gwln. 916 School Board 6,000.00 Florida Issued by the Weather -

COUNTY galnft Having Said Claim e* Demands A- Tax Assessor Mr. E. C. Ferrell,Jr.. appeared before 931 Transfers funds Social Security andRetirement' Bureau Advisory Agricultural -
Estatei Matching ,
WIa.{..q01Kdg the Board and wanted to know what the Board Intended 2,000.00 Meteorologist
Tdwbeae You and each of are hereby to do about .clerical Coastal '
you help In his office. Motion by Mr. 6,500.00, Georgia Plain Experiment -
notified and required to present Strickland and se% nded by Mr. Davis and carried that capital outlay Station, Tiftoni

I which any claims and demands the Board hire Mrs. Limbaugh as Purchasing Agentfor Loans for reassessments SOOO.OO Georgia, August 2, 1966.\
you, or either of ,
the entire
County was carried. The above motion Temperatures during
may have against the estate of carrying $353,610.00
t. J. Langston, deceased, late the stipulation that all purchases would be cleared Reserve 10,000.00 August ate expected to a-
of said County to the County through Mrs. Llmbaugh or they would not be paid by the verage near normal over

,VI"lnI. tl!"7 -_..--Fi6i Mt Judge of Wairi.lb County, Florida Count)'. $363 610.00 all of the Trl-State Agri-
at his office in the court Mr. Strickland requested that his motion of the last cultural area except In
house of said County at Craw- meeting cutting Mrs. Beatrice Duggara salary by$63.00 FINE AND FORFEITURE RECEIPTS Southeast Georgia where

t.ntertd at CfawfonMlU: Pldrlda,I III foidville, Florida, within six per month be withdrawn. Mr. Davis requested that his temperatures will average

second el M matt:. Subacrip- calendar months from the time second to the motion be withdrawn and It was so orderedby below normal. Dally mean
Of the $ 15,000.00
first publication of this the Board Taxes Taxes
temperatures are expectedto
Jon rate: PGO per ,ar. i>I claim notice. Two coplel of each The Board requested the State Road Department to 144 Fines and Forfeitures 20x.00. average between 78 and
or demand shall be in clear and open drainage ditch on SR299 at Station 77. 190 Transfers 82 degrees. Dally maxi-
writing, and shall state the I
Place of residence and of- Also request SRD to look Into drainage problems In pan. mum temperatures will a-,
post 42,000.00Leu
i--- You deed lice address of the claimant, acea.Motion S verage 95 degrees or high-1!
and shall be sworn to by the by Commlssionerstrlckland to sign no further % 2,100.001 I er on 5 to 8 days during I

e Office,Supplies I Is claimant, his agent, or attorney checks except In regular meeting was carried on the 39900.00 the month. Daily minimum;,

Office Furniture. .and accompanied by a filing fee second of Commissioner. This replaces the present Balance Brought Forward 3100.00: temperatures should aver-! i
Business MachinesRANEY of one dollar and such claim or: I method of issuelng and paying salaries on the 15th and age between 68 and 71 de-f'
demand not so filed shall be last day of the month.The Board September 2nd 1966 I
Its w CaD grees.
void. as regular meeting date Instead of the first Monday In AND $ 43,000.00FINE Rainfall during the next

WHALEYat Jtf Amos LangstonAs September and set that date as Board of Equalization at 316 Sheriffs Salary FORFEITURE EXPENDITURES 3 days will continue to vary
Adminlstratorof the Estateof 10:00 A.M. Motion by Mr. Walker to buy all equipmentfor $ 7,500.00 widely from place to place
317.A Salaries
E. J. Langston deceased. 14940.00
the purchasing agent's office was carried and order-
CAPITAL OFFICE 4t-7/21.28.8/4.11. 321 Clerks Fees 500.00 but should average between
EQUIPMENT CO. : ,. ed.Motion 328 Witness and Jurors 1,000.00 3.50 and 6.00 over all of
by Commissioner Strickland to put Sidney
the Tn -State Area
364 Expenses other than Salaries 9,600.00 except
I Hodge on fulltlme died 2nd.
102 E. JEFFTKSCN I Northwest Florida whereIt
LEGAL NOTICESIn Motion by Mr. Davis to fire J. C. Vause and Jack 365 INVESTIGATIONS 20.00
223 S. AfiMSTALLAHASSEE the Circuit Count of the Second Raker died for lack of second. 687 Arresting Fees 500.00 Is expected to average

i' ,'FLORIDA '. Judicial Circuit of Florida Motion by Mr. Walker and second by Mr. Davis to 824 Equipment 2,500.00 between :5.00 and 8.00 in'

r |. In and For Wakulla Coun meet every Monday failed with Mr. Young. Mr. Strick Matching Funds for Retirement and SS 435.00 ches. Rain Is expected to,
ty. In Chancery. occur as showers on 7 to
land and the Chairman
No. voting NO. 10 days during the month
1389.DIVORCE Motion by Mr. Strickland to hire Sidney Hodge as $ 40,675.00
with one or two periods of
was carried on the second of Commissioner Reserve 2,425.00
Betty Mae Jackson, Davis. Salary to be set at J1.90 per hour. general rains.Sunshine .

REALTY I Plaintiff, 'Motion by Mr. Young and seconded by Mr. Davis to $43,000.00 during August
:f VI. cut laboreres to 6 on the road department,for the reason ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND RECEIPTS Is expected to average a-
Ernest Lee
Willie Jackson, 100 U.S. Wildlife and Forest Service bout 65 percent of possiblewith
Defendant. that funds were low In the Road and Bridge Fund failed $ 20,000.00
19. Real Estate Broker NOTICE TO APPEAR with the Chairman, Mr. Strickland, and Mr.Walker voting 111-1 Gasoline tax 6 ,OOO.00 1 or 2 periods of extended -
cloudiness.Soil .
Motor Fuel
NO. Tax 500.00
St. Marks Fla. State of Florida tot The following Clerks Tentative Budget was presented 113 Auto Transportation Tax 700.00 temperatures during
Phone 741 ; Ernest Willie Lee Jackson, to the August are expected to con-
21121 Forty-fifth' Drive, Bay I Board.GENERAL REVENUE FUND $ 86,200.00 tinue at seasonal high lev-

REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES Side, Long Island, N. Y. Tentative Budget, Board of County Commissioners, Less 5% 4,310.00 els averaging between 85
You axe hereby notified that a and 95 degrees under 4 Inches '
Nit divorce has been brought:
of bare soil.
Associate: Mae FOR Fiscal Year Beginning October 1,1966 81,890.00
against by Betty Jackson
I. .. Hatcher Sr. In the you Circuit Court of Wa- ending September 30, 1967 Balances Brought Forward 17,110.00

Phone IA 63201 kulla County, Florida, and you RECEIPTS
I I are hereby required to file with 130 Taxes $ 35,000.00 99,000.00
DAVE HAMRICK the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof 114 Railroad and Telegraph 60.00 ROAD AND BRIDGE EXPENDITURES
said county your written defenses 115 Race Track Funds 290,000.00 415 Labor 60,000.00

INSURANCE AGENCY U any, in aid suit and 116 Insurance Agents License 120.00 422 Maintenance Equipment 5000.00
to serve a copy of same on A. L. 137 Occupational License 500.00 423 Gas and Oils

I Prater, Crawfordville, Florida, 138 Beverage License :550.00 424 Supplies and Insurance 5,000.00
AUTOMOBIIZ: 3,000.00 tre
attorney for plaintiff, on or before 151
Tax Assessors Income 300.00 431
Roads Bridges and Culverts Gu Bill
'BONDS the 5th day of September, 152 Tax Collectors Income 3000.00 452 3500.00 *
A. D. 1966. Herein fail not or 155 County Judges Fees 2,000.00 Right of way Expenses 200.00 I am God. the Holy One
CASUALTY a decree confesso will be 834 Purchase Equipment
entered 22000.00
pro 186 Shortage Former Tax Collector 720.00 in the midst of thee.Hos.
MARINE against you. ( 11:9)
Mosquito Control Funds 15,000.00
WITNESS the Honorable W. $98,700.00
FIRE May Walker, one of the judgesof Reserve 300.00 Let us dwell on the great
said court and the seal thereof $ 347250.00 : ness and love of God. We think

PHONE 877-3108 at Crawfordville. Florida, Less 5% 17362.50 of Him as the power that holds
this 28th day of July, A. D. The Board prepared 99000.00 the universe together, control
voting machines and ballot
E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 1966. boxes
1631 /s/ Moody PearceClerk $.329887.50 The Board approved the vouncher before them and ling the farthest star, as well
I. TALLAHASSEE. FLA. Circuit Court Balances Brought Forward 33,722.50 directed that warrants be Issued In payment therefor. as the most minute seed containing

Wakulla County, Florida 363610.00 There being no further business coming to the attention His life. Whatever we
TERRY HARRIS (SEAL) EXPENSES of the Board the same was adjourned on the motion of need, things, talents, capabilities
I 4t-8/. 11.18,25. 211 County Commissioners Commissioner Strickland. creative ideas there is no
Salary $ 12,000.00
Howe a' Attest: Moody Pearce Clerk limit for God within
tiring' ,212 Clerks Salary 6,300.00 I Approved Willard Carter lives us.
Appliance Repair Far SALE LIke new told 114 Rax Assessors Salary 6,300.00i Chairman He is our life, our intelligence,
away bed with good innerspring 215 our energy, strength and
Tax Collectors Salary
Also 6,500.00
..Electric'Blanteta. mattress sleeps 2. health.
Registration 2,400.00
QgfA6-323l- : j
221 Clerk Fees 500.00 I

Route. 1, Box 3.i 227 Inquests 500.00 Tat cama miens I
Sopchoppy. Florida) HELP WANTED Piper 241 Maintenance Court House 10,000.00 -- e.e ...tIp
"tOOe 1o-tih42 : 261 Elections 500.00 Within five yean Florida'spoultry Thirteen million dozen eggs
-.w Aircraft Corporation has 262 population is expected to per week are produced in Jlor-
'Rl immediate and futureopen- Legal Advertising 1000.00 reach 13 million birds, twice the Ida, a major contributor to the
iE INCOME Ings for the following per- 263 Advertising Tax Delinquent Lands 500.00 present inventory southeast's record as producing
Refilling and collecting money sonnel: Class 'ATool & 265 insurance 3000.00 30 percent of the nation's eggs
from cola NEW: TYPE high quality Die Makers, Draftsman: 269 Administrative Supplies I It -0- .
operated dispenser in this
County Commissioners 3750.00
Aircraft Welders, Aircraft
area. No selling. To qualify 270 Administrative I
you mutt have car references Assemblers, Sheet Metal Supplies ,
$600 to $1900 cans. Seven to Workers, Machinists. Air Other offices 5,000.00
twelve hours Conditioned Plant 275 Juvenile Judge, Salary 600.00 J
weekly can net excellent good
monthly income. MOM starting pay, plus aitbene- 311 County JudgeSalary 7,500.00 world II R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME

lull time. For personal Interview fits. No contract work. Apply 313 Juvenile Counsellor, Salary 1,200.00 Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director
write P. O. BOX 4185, Monday thru Friday. 341 Maintenance County Jail 1,500.00 ,
flTTSBURCH, PA. 15202. InClude PIPER AIRCRAFT CORP- 541 Health Department 16,00.00 ,I newsin Phone 697-3366 I
phone.number._ 542 T. B. Patients 500.00 ,
ORATION Municipal Airport
: 562
.. Vero Beach, Fla. insanity Inquiries 500.00 CARRABELLE, FLA.
TaJlanaasee Business Finns* FOrT SALE Lot 50 x 1UO SERVICE"SERVING '

I feet, in Magnolia Gardens, fcus WAKULLgIINTY
panacea, Florida. Will accept -
DIRECTORY I any reasonable offer.
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Supplies out stet- cea.._ Alfred Hitchcock'i I
quickly wear "BATMAN""TORN
Garden Tools I. I
---; welcome mat" CURTAIN"'.

f S.. Adam at S.AX.R I I Adulu l.oo Children 3S II
Ligks Wsip&t tnd Ktfutar I
Phone 1 f .j
fb Pasts 'Rn.' Conerrtt Blotkf I I SPECIAL 0 $3.50 PER SET
Anything for your auto, truckor I .
tractor. Alao for your power I Ranson, Wood and i All ttti contain six beautiful colnt In l4RIGHWAY CAPIToL
lawnmowar, and much for yourtxwt. 81HY1-11C'
oellnd.,Inc. I 'lovely plastic holders. 01 WCOSYItU
'-J0. Adam. St. Ph. 222-3380 'el.s.222-5840 Aduns St P.at O.4-Polnta Box 661 196S BLUNT SETS 13.00 PES Set. .....

I I 1963 POINT SETS ".lIet PU SKTf19C4 thru Saturday Th tends Piofdav & Satnnd:n

P 19C3 liNT SETS AT 16.30 A SET Bob Hope Eke! Sommer ADD-Mug Loufc Jourdan]
1982 liNT SETS AT 18.00 A SET I

.. : -r.erer. InesV Little Folks Store, s- .IQ 1961 liNT SETS AT 110.00 BACHIELCOIE Phyllis Oilier "MADE IN PARISH

: Inc. C.e. D.I. : "BOY DID I CET Audit Murphy Joan Staley
Inturwut cad Bo4. Majors for lllnon"CAiidr.a'
'i Furniture, Tov,.. MAPLE LEAF MANUFACTURING CO. aDd Richard
Gsee.s, HHW.I '16 East Street Lionel Burton Claire Bloom|
21{ "'(c1am4 at. Tel. 222-4680 BGbr CONCIEH j i i St. Catharines' WHO
iI 133 N. Monroe 9tupfi 122-1148 : I|v."THE CAME IN

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CHURCH DIRECTORYPrepared BAPTIST ci-" 'nl.n"'n -. i .
Rev Jets Bdfctrj.' Worship Rev. P.O. Ilrod: Pastor CONGREGATIONAL I Rev. Jesse L. Baker, Pastor :
1 ( (Inactive) NEW LIGHT ASS :.;LY
alnlng 1st S"'
Union 17:00 ft S'Tadyt
Crawfcrdvill" Methodist Church pea Sunday School lOiOOAM t'I HOLINESS CHURCH '
WO Marniag 30AM
.r jI hip 8100 Morning Worship 11.00AM I .. Rev. Rochester Pastor WcTOup
PM Roy ,
Woman's MiSSionary Training Union 6:30 Rev. Gary Cotney, Pastor Sunday School 10130AM .,
Union -1st Evening Worship 7:30 PM PM,' PANACEA, Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM ZadC l 4th Sundays! '
ARRAN Woman'. Monday Midweek Prayer BETHEL PRIMITIVE Morning Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School IftOOAM ;
I 3rd Service Wed7:30 PM I BAPTIST CHURCHRev. ChrIst'Ambassadors Young People Morning Worship 11:00 AM ""
TOWER PENTECOSTAL Men. &othedtiood3rd Friday_ Men's Brotherhood Sunday 6:30 PM Service 6:00 PM I Evening Worship 7:30 PM I I
HOUNESS CHURCH Tuesday 1st Thursday 7:30 PM Cortex White, Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 PM Evening Worship. 7:45 PM iI Midweek Prayer .Ii ,
Noah Connell Pastor The 1130 PM Dorcas Circle Sunday School Midweek Prayer Midweek Prayer ''I Service (Tues.) 7:30 PM !
Rev. Royal following held at 3115 PM 2nd Thursday 7,30 PM Every Sunday 10rOOAM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Service (Tues.) 7:45 PM Methodist Youth Fellowship \-' '! i
School 10:00 Ambassadors 2nd Weekendi .
Sunday AM Woman's Auxiliary Wed. Every Sun. Evening 6:30 PM '.
Morning Worship 1 :00 AM Every Monday & Tuesday Choir Practice 7:30: Sat. Eve. Worship 7i30 PM West Florida CongregationalHoliness Woman's Society of. .
young People's Service 6:00 PM Cirls AuxUial'( Sun. Morn. Worship 11:00 AM SPRING CREEK Campground Christian Service '1

Evening Worship 7:00 PM Sunbeams Every Tuesday_ C Wednesday MEDART Sun. Eve.. Worship 7:30 PM June 8 22, 1966SOPCHOPPY 2nd Tuesday 3ilS PM ,i
Midweek Prayer 7:30 PM 4thjWeekend; SHADY SEA BAPTIST Men's Brotherhood -
Service (Wed.) Every Monday g Tuesday FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE Sat. Eve. Worship: 7:30 PM CHURCHRev. 4th Thursday fi30 PM 'r 1"
BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sun. Morn. Worship 11:00 AM Earl Pearce, Pastor CHURCHOF Children's Hour ,
Emmett Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM CHRIST 1st C 3rd Tuesday 5:15 PM
CRAWFORD V I LLE CURTIS MILLS 2nd Whaley, Pastor Prayer Service (Fri.) 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11.00AM Floyd McCullough, Minister ...
\ Sunday: Evening Worship 7:30 PM ,
BEULAH PRIMITIVE Evening Worship 7.30 PM Midweek Prayer Bible Study 1Ot00AM
11:00 AM CREEK
CHURCH (Holiness Sat. HOLINESS Evening Worship 7:30 PM I ,j
I Rev Emmett Whaley, Pastor Herbert ) Sat. Morn. Worship 11.00 AM CHURCH Bible Study (Wed.) 7:30 PM MT. ELON BAPTIST CHURCH
Teacher EvenlngWorship 7:30 PM Rev Steve :
Harrell, Pastor Rev. William Pastor
ist Sunday Sunday School 10 00 AM
Sunday School :
Sunday School 10:00 AM Evening 10:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00: AM Sunday School 10:00 AMMeaning BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School PbSOAM, "
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Prayer Service Worship 7,00 PM Evening Worship 7.30 PM Worship I1OOAM Rev. W. W. McAllister, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 11:00 AM i

Evening Worship 7:30 PM Wednesday C 7:30 Midweek Prayer Young People'sService Sunday School 10-00 AM Rev. O. C. Hall, Pastor Training Union 6:00FM I
Friday PM Sunday 61 IS PM
Evening 1:00
Service Worship PM
3rd Weekend Tuesday 7:30 PM Evangelistic Service Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM Woman's
," lit. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM Ladles_ Prayer ..., Sunday 7(30 PM Evening Worship 7:30 PM Morning Worship liOOAM 1st Missionary
Servl"W".__ after
._"_"' __t. TAM. AU ,. Monday
I Sunday School 10:00 AM n. ""n.VI Midweek Prayer Midweek Prayer Training Union 7:00 PM 1st AM
Morning Worship 11:00 AM "VANIVAN Service (Wed.) 7(30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Evening Worship 8:00 PM I i i Sunday $00. I
Evening Worship 7:30 PM MEDART ASSEMBLY :Midweek Prayer '' .
Rev. E. M. Carter, Pastor CHURCHRev.
Rev. Henry (Every Other Wed.) 3:00 PM METHODIST
A. V.
CHURCH Sunday School 10:00 AM Plckem, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sunbeams CHURCH
School :00AM Morning Worship 11.00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM 2nd C 4th 3 IS PM ''
Fred Pastor
Harrison Tuesday : Pastor
Momingworshil : : Rev. Roger ,
Rev Jesse L. Baker, Pastor1st 11 00 AM Evening Worship 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
G 3rd Sunday Evening Worship Midweek Prayer Training Union 6:00 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM Mrs. Lyon Crosby, Church and
Sunday School 10:00 AM Winter Summer 7:00 PM Service Wed. 7:30 PM Evening Worship 7:00 PM Morning Worship 11.00AM1 I MT. BEASON PRIMITIVE Community Worker(or Wakulla
7:30 PM Christ's Ambassadors Midweek Prayer Training Union 6:30: PM County.
Morning Worship AM BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer Saturday 7:30 PM Service (Wed.) 7i30 PM Evening Worship 7.30: PM Sunday School 9:30 AM
Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Woman's Missionary Union Midweek Prayer Cortez White, Pastor Morning Worship 10:00 AM
2nd (6;4th Sunday: Thurs. after 1st Sun. 10:00 AM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM 1st Weekend

Morning Worship 9:30 AM OTTER CREEK<< Boy Scouts (Fri.) 6:00 PM Sat. Morn. Wor. 11:00 AM ,
School 10:30 .
Service (Wed.) 7i30 PM CHURCH 3rd Sunday:
Whaley, Pastor Rev. W. L. Prater, Pastor
Methodist Youth Fellowship 2nd Rev. (Inactive Sunday School 10:00 AM I
Weekend: W. W. McAllister, Pastor Ceorge Dickey, Pastor )
Morning Worship 11:00 AM 2nd C 4th Sundays,
Every Sunday Evening 6:30 PMWoman1
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School Sunday School 10:00 AM Morning Worship
Society of Christian Sun. Mom. Worship 11:00 AV Every Sunday 9:45 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM 9s3OAMl I
Service3rd Tues. 3:30 PM 1st Sunday; Training Union 7:00 PM I
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Men's Club-3rd Tue. 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11.00AM Evening-Worship 8:00 PM

Wesleyan Service Guild 3rd Sunday: Midweek Prayer Mr. Kit Tucker from DOVE FIELD PLANTING
4th Uuisday 8:00 PM )I Evening Worship; 7:30 PM Service 7:30 PM C'VILLE PERSONALSMr. Honolulu Hawaii, arrived NOW COMPLETEDDove

men DIVER here last Thursday morn-
,Er DOOR COLOR? Girls can now do tricks on and Mrs. A. J. McLaughlin ing to attend the funeral of field plantings In

It you want to change the I I I the diving board that used to WATER ON TilE KNEE 1 PITY TilE PAINTER and daughter Bet left his father, former State the Third District are com-

color of your combination give boys trouble and the There new relief In sight Painting New York's Cteorge lastUeSanddayaon vacation.They Fla. Senator Luther C. Tucker.He plete In preparation for the
aluminum entrance door credit Is due a new aluminum for surfers who often get Washington Bridge takes SO plane to be here several October 1 opening of the
heres a painting Up from diving board, rather than a painful knee sores as they men two years and over 12,- are touring the state 1966-67 dove season, according
the Aluminum Association. national physical fitness program ride their boards out to the 000 gallons of paint. Luckily of Florida down the East to Commissioner
Use yellow zinc chromate as a The new board gives big waves A Southern California for the painters, the long .. coast Into Miami and Key Ronald Wise Came and
primer and cover It after It much more thrust than older I doctor has developed lasting aluminum paint gives West and returning through Fresh Water Fish Commission *
dries completely with two i wooden designs and offers a corrosion resistant aluminum them 10 years between tripsto Central sections and the ,DeFuniak Springs.
coats of exterior grade en- more consistency since It can't I cap designed to keep the George Washington and West Coast. TheMcLaugh- Mrs. Hunter, mother of Fields for managed pub-
mel get water-logged. the pressure off the knee. a chance .to brighten up the lins expect to return In approximately Mrs. J. K. Moore Tallahassee Is a lic dove shoots will agaic
I:I ether city bridges. a week. patient at be available at the Point

j Memorial Hospital I Washington Wildlife Management -
t Area In Bay County -
at the Apalachee Management .
I Area and the \pal.I .

I achee Correctional institute -
In Jackson County, and .
My bonkknows the Apalachlcola Airport
6 t, ty In Franklin County. :.

f l These, along with 41
Md sites totalling approximately
all r 1,600 acres pre-

pared by the Eglin Air

Force Base, will all open
tile during the first phase of
IIl1swers.1fYJit Florida's three-phase sea
c' son.

TRADE NOW AND SAVE! dove An field Additional In the Telogla planted

Creek Wildlife Management -
ti Area (Cadaden County -

SPECIAL PRICESLot ) will be open only during
the second and third phases

of the dove season. (Open
with the general bunting
season. on November 19.)
#1 1-327 N. Adams Lot #2-1414) Monroe 1965 Cadillac. $4795 The three-phase dove
4 door Hardtop llwtwood.
Phone 224-3211 Ph. 222-5656 Loaded season dates are October
1965 SS . $2595 1 November 6, November -

1965 I Impala I $2095. I radio door, heater Hardtop, crawautoeata 19 December and
1 door Hardtop VS. ,'.nd... tranamltalon. December 17 January 4-
hUt. radio and h at.r. 1965 Chevrolet. $1792' 2.
1 965 Chevelle. $1695 I door. ( cylinder. radio, M.t.e.S The Point Washington
door with radio Motet endatandard AUGUSTAVING automatic tranemlaeloa. suck
.l Iranimlnlon No seas Field consists of about 400

L I 1963 Pick-U $895 1962Chevrolet. $892 acres now in watermelons

J nDVe. Chevrolet.:N..t-eyllndtr THW tjtut. Outewntr $ $ 4-door anUt. ..radio..11, tcvundor neater., straight Power which has been Interspersed -

f 1964 Fury V-8 $1695 Steering. Stock No. 1440. with browntop millet
sedanad.d !959Pontiac. $48. and sorghum.
Plymouth 4 door :
Including conditioning. Onowntr. 4-door trinudnl ....., Browntop and foxtail
And you're No 1472. automatic on. radio.
rill iharp
r $1295 heater Stock ;:.:. 147, millet were planted at Eg-
1962 New Yorkardoor Chrysler. dan with CARS 1961 Corvair. $182 lin. Corn will be the prime
air conditioning, radio, haatcr Station .w" "", 4-<<1oor. atralghl attraction In the Jackson

right as usual! Block and No automatic, WOO. tranamlailon BACKED BYALFORDS !1962 Pick Up....1301A. $i82 County fields.limits .
1962 Corvair $49! Chevrolet trios stork Bumber Dally bag are again -
1 door acdan wlthtandud.Wrk T1J41A. 12 with possessionLimit
Stock No, J38IA 1960 Ford . $3524door of two days bag.
1960 Chevrolet $592 aedan. automatic ttane- Shooting hours will be 12
B lalr 4 door VI with radio. 42 YEARS moron' ,heater, Stock No.RltU .
automaiic tran.mlaalon noon to sunset of each open
stock No 1 MORE APLENTY OF SERVICE 1959 Ford V8. $182 day.All
Moor south rsh.rm.easom we need now la the
Special. "
LOTS OPEN T1U a 00 P." 1 1962; Saab . $252 Came doves, Biologist says Regional Charles
roa.YOUR CONVENIENCE 1-door, rune fedlet* of mllea
There might b. a few things wo don't know, but we Famous OK Quality per niton. No JMA. Turner Panama City.lndlvkual .
196 Buick $795 { dove field
know everything about bonking I That's why you',. 10 confident 1-Year TRADES:1 W : :: 4 and door automatic VS with tern radio:.,- regulations and permit information -
LONG will be announced -
when you com to us.You know that we know what wire doing EASY TERMS 1960 Corvair .. $295ALf later. I

Savings Accounts Loan Service 1 door with standard Mtt.
Checking Accounts Complete

Safe Deposit' Boxes, Travelers Checks, expert Financial Advice '
RD Mrs. Mary E. Billings ,
whatever your banking need, were' ready to help. j 93. of san Diego CallI I

fornla, passed fay July I
Remember: th.name of our bank the next time you're ,; 29. after a brief. Illness.

looking for.Full dot ; Funeral services were held
Banking Services Many fine people h there
August 2. followed by
CO. burial in Jamestown, New

LEWIS STATE BANK c York.Mrs. Billings Is the aunt

of Mrs. jane M. Trull of

-- ..rI.J- 2 Lots To ScrvrYpu-327.,k,Adams--;Wf Mont yule Hudson, and Heights will be Crawford-remembered -
Oldest .
'- .&WTIlIIII. by friends while visItlng J
M-6.ldml o_ lrwrena C.- Mrs. Trull anlfamll
+ .. .._ __._. '. L. .._ t. .f In 1957. _

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.lit. {" I' : NEwi-l I IN SERVICE SOCIAL SECURITY/ NEWS Louise C. Sapp Beth and Lora Kyle of NADA AD RECORDED IN
1toassu, AD008T ti An Important change In Creek attended Har- CONGRESSIONAL RECORD
Army Pvt.Jerry O.Pope the social security law In Rev. Jesse Baker and mony Boy Music Camp In Congressional Record -

19, whose wife Violet,liveson 1965 will mean cash bene- family left Sunday after-' Panama city August 1-7. The for July 20, 1966
Route 2. Crawfordvllle, fits beginning In October noon for Mississippi seriesof
MCCLENDON : Fla., completed eight 1966 for many persons over where Mrs.Baker and children Mr. and Mrs.John Beas- saluted NADAfor safe driv-
FUNERAL ads stressing
weeks of military police 72 years of age who have are spending a few ley of Sopchoppy and Mr. which are running in
training at Fort Carson security. This announce- days with her parents Rev. and Mrs. Terry Land and ing Post.
NOME : Colo., July 25. ment was made today by the Baker Is spending this week sons of Panama city are The NADA'S Saturday efforts Evening in this

Private Pope was train- Tallahassee social security as a leader In the Youth vacationing at Vogel State inserted in the
: :.: 24 HOURAMBULANCE SERVICE ed in civil and military : office.The amount of this Camp at Spivay Camp Park near Atlanta Ga. Record area were by Sen. Claiborne

law, traffic control, map special payment will vary meeting, near Samson, The Beasleys own a cot- Pell D-R.I.) A transcriptof
reading, prisoner of war depending on whether the Alabama. tage there. They plan to pell's remarks
PHONE 385-1161 Tallahassee Fla I control and self-defense. person Is a man or woman tour parts of the Smokey senator
Pope is the son of Mr. and whether married or un- DOCUMENTARY STAMPS Mountains and visit relat- follows Campaign Of
Jourious O. Poke of St. married. A man will get NET SIZABLE INCREASEState ives In Alexandria City A- The National Automobile

I t I I Marks. .. $35.00 each month.divorcedor A woman labama. Dealers Association
who Is single Comptroller FredO. Pell. Mr.President
VI -., '' .. ........_.. widowed will get $35.00a Dickinson Jr.,today announced Happy to know Mrs.Wilma 1 should Mr. like to offer sup-
t e"u month also. A married that Florida gar- Revell has been dismissed pon for the effons of the
woman whose husband has nered 23083.449 In rev- from the Talla- National Automobile Deal-

rYl : qualified for the $35.00 a enue from the sale of documentary hassee Memorial Hospital.She ers Association to encour-
month will gel the remains In the home of
stamps during age safe driving habits a-
a $17.50 a month.ThisspeciaJ 1965-66 fiscal year. her daughter Mrs.Howard teenagers.The .
payment would not be madeto Dickinson said the sum Davis,where she commutes mong NADA is running; a
persons now qualifiedfor deposited in the general I dally to the hospital for series of advertisements

''I social security bene- revenue fund, was more therapy treatments. in the Saturday EveningPost
fits or Welfare payments. than $1.5 million above the concerning the prob-
Neither will a payment be total collected during the Mr. andMrs.Jack Rowan lem of
made to persons qualifier previous year. and family of Ft. Myers, teenage
The Saturday Evening
for other Federal 01 visited relatives here last !
any Of the current total,
week. Post Is an excellent publication -
State governmental pensior from Instate
$22,940,228 came in which to run
which is equal or greater sales made In count- these advertisements In
than the payment he would ies throughout Florida and Mrs. Marcus D. Colvin,' view of Its editorial
under this special law. Mr. and Mrs. Fulton Col-
get In state offices In T allahassee. policy toward safety.
his other vln, and daughter. Mitsy,
If government The remainder was The NADA and the Saturday
is less than hit and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
pension made up of out of state Evening Post are to be
under the special Colvin attended the grad-
payment Dickinson.
sales explained commended for this new effort -
law. social security will Revenue from In-state to understand the critical -
make up the difference. sales totaled $1.573.275 above attended the
grad- safety problem on our
Persons who have applied a like sum collected uation exercises of Marcus Nation's highways and how

for health Insurance during the 1964-65 fiscal Delton Colvin which young people can be functional -
under social security will year, Dickinson pointedout. was held July 22 at Ft. in helping to Improve
not need to make a new Revenue collectionsfrom Jackson S. C. Calvin com- upon the present situation.

l JJ OIL IN FI C....,.. Cattle claim. social security will out of state sales pleted eight weeks of basic I ask unanimous consent
graze peacefully near a well Humble them for
in Oil & In touch with
pumping Refining get down from
were $1,497 a
training in the National that the text of a recent advertisement -
Company's Sunniland
r rf ." oil field Florida became an oil producing'state when Humble brought any additional information like sum collected duringthe Guard came home on a be Inserted in

in the first producer here in late 1943 Fifteen of the.27 wells Humble has drilled at Sunm- which may be needed to previous fiscal year. fourteen day furlough, and the Record at this point.
land are still producing oil.Talquin. complete the claim for pay During the fiscal year has returned to Ft.Jacksonfor There being no objection

-t----- ments. ending June 30, 1966, col- further training. the advertisement was ordered -
If have questions a-
you I lections of stamp agents to be printed in the
bout this new law or any
totaled $19,711,043 as The Youth Camp held at Record, as follows:
other social security matter -
compared with $18,218,769 the West Florida Camp "Gee, Dad you're gonna
Electric contact a
Cooperative resentative, you from the Tal-rep- I of the previous year. Ground In Sopchoppy July take my license away for
Stamp Inspectors accounted 25 through July 30 was well one lousy ticket?"
lahassee Security
I I for $3,022,711 as attended and enjoyed by all. The young man Is 16. He
the Chat-
District Office at
MEMBERS' tahoochee Hall from compared with $2,929,257of The Rev. and Mrs. Lamar was doing almost 80 when
: City the previous year. Rev- Crews from Jacksonvillewere they caught him. His father
to 12.00 P.M.
10.00 A.M.
enues from sales handled the visiting speakers. went to Juvenile coun with
September 2.
on through state offices in Mrs. Luke of Jacksonvillewas him. The judge said next
will be to help
They glad
I I Tallahassee totaled $206- In charge of the Art time the boy's license
in possible.
I you any way 414 as compared with Class which made many would be suspended. His

$218,926 of the previous beautiful baskets notion father didn't wait for a next

IPGpi 1 year. boxes, and other novelties. time. '
Gadsden netted $42,765 Bible classes Included the The boy didn't like the

In documentary stamp tax card class taught by Mrs. Idea. 'O.K.,so I was speed
Iw'VOsfi collections. Annie Henderson; Primary ing a little. I knew what I
Class taught by Mrs. Mad- was doing."

)i I I I elyn Crowson;Junior Class He missed the point.Sure
taught by Mrs. Lamar he knew what he was doing.
SPECIALSSPECIALS Crews and the intermed- He's young he has perfect
You !
Have Cool iates were taught by Mrs. vision and quick reflexes.He .
Luke. Morning Devotionwas knows he reacts faster
held each morning at than many others on the
+ Weather At Fingertip eleven o'clock, with even- road.
Ing services beginning at But perfect vision or not,

i C ontrol For A MoreEnjoyable' I II --- -.-.-. -- ---_ _. -.. .......t.. 7:30.Mr. he Is blind rule to of the the most road:Important responsibility --

and Mrs. Fred I

,,1 Fresh., 'ORADE A. I Strickland and daughter, The responsible teenage
ummer June from Panama City driver knows his limita-
FRYERS lb c visited Mrs. Porter's movlsltek tions. He knows he lacks
: 29 Mrs. Porter's experience, and drives ac-

mother. cordingly. He drives care-
Why Delay fully. And with judgement.By .
\ S "
Sirloin T E A K. 'Ib. ,7qc Valerie Hodge returned Just being 16, he's

When You to her home In Tal- earned the privilege to

lahassee after spending two drive. Now he has to earn
Can CallToday PORWCHAPS End Cat 79c weeks with her grand- the right to drive.If .

mother, Mrs. Delma Roberts he violates that right

Lindy Canned CORN No. 2 while here she attended even once, he's got to see
: 2 f rareo 23c the youth campground the wrong of ft. A ticket
and fine aren't enough.
Cookies Take his license away andhe'll
tx-o 29c
I Mr. Ivey Smith is visiting see.
WtWL1fr Martha White MUFFIN MIX Blscun his nice, Mrs. Tom- Sure it's a bard way to
mle Mae Green In T alla- learn traffic safety.But it's
CORNBREAD PANCAKE MIX 10 for 89c hassee. a lot easier than learning it
by accident.

I I : :: BLUE CHEER. Gitonf Size; 79c" graduate Dennis from Allen,Sopchoppy a 1966 Your be one teenager's of the biggest drivingcan

liIIMM L .. High School Is undergoing problems you'll ever face.
: basic It's a problem that can'tbe
Green PEANUTS 7" .25c training at Paris Island -
'. .. South Carolina. Dennis solved by rules alone.
I i. parents are the key He must want to be a safe

SWEET POTATOES, lb. 15c and Mrs. Carious Allen, driver. Your neighborhood
former pastor of the Sop- new car dealer hopes this

I choppy Congregational Hol- series_will help you tohelp
1 ?% BANANAS '. '. .2Ibs; 25cI iness Church.They now reside ilm. -rL. -
in panacea. CONSERVATION

: 1y Chief Justice and According to J.B. Miller
; Mrs. chairman of the Wakulla
tWE SELLMONEY B. K. Roberts of Talla-
Plus: ? ORDERS hassee spent Friday even- Soil and Water Conserv- '

Ing with his mother, Mrs. ation District, soil and
water conservation is a
r Florida Roberta
whole system of soil and
0 SHOP LOCALU AMD SAVEPIGOTTS water management pract-
and Mrs. John
Mr. Cato
ices In
fitted together a
15' Inttallation Allowance of Tallahassee, visited
practical, workable In-
On Room Air Conditioners STORE' Mrs. Florida Robens Sun- 'Good farming" is a
14IEiART. day afternoon they reported specific pattern or system.
they were enjoying their
of practices fitted to the
A. Locally Owned Tax Paying' Corporation ALUMINUM SCREEN WIRE. home in Tallahassee. individual soil and water farms resources and wa-of

Mr. and Mrs. Clinton

MAPLES CONCRETE PRODUCTS Cox of Highland View spent tersheds.Soil conservation meansa

J.5a4uin "(Llect BUILDING stJPPLtES-AUTt&)1 ARTS' the last weekend week with getting her their par- of system the soil of,efficient based on uses a

f NZC home ready to rent again. scientific soil survey and

-FEED-SEED-FERTILI3R adopted by the 'decision of
'j'AONE Mrs. Nell Klttrell
spent the Individual farmer as
the weekend with
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS par- adapted to his own special
(Cooperative 3nc. n 6-55gj. ents in Bonlfay Fla. combination of skills and

"I .. .. resources. It means using
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas, land within Its capabilities
PJG'OTKS- Strickland and
children I
to produce a good livingfor
Serving Cadden.Leon. visited his parents InTam-,
Liberty & '
JTakulla Counties CASH AND the farm family now on
CARRY the weekend.
j the land, and applying
877-1818 Quincy ph., 627:7651 FORMERLY Y DURRANCE STORE, : -- practices that will Improve
efficiency and profitableness -
I .
Bristol 643.2161 for farm families now,

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