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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 18, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME.48: --NUMBER.31!.! .' CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA THUUJDAT! AUGUST II. 1.... : .,..32327 Prw'JOc Per Copy ; ;"
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.. COUNTY AGENT'S CORNERBy ASC COMMITTEE AREA POSTMASTERS 'HIGH FAMILY DAY' '. .

ELECTION ANNOUNCEDThe ATTEND SEMINARO. IN TENNESSEE I
E. R. Wheaton, County
approaching electionof E. Hendrickson, Robert King High, Demo ,' ..
AgentField Crops TourA ASC county committeemen CraArfordvllle.Ottls Vause, cratic Nominee for Gov ,
group of akulla County for farm program administration Panacea, Warren Harden, ernor, announced today that ,.
farmers will participate in Wakulla Sopchoppy, Essie M. Cog- he has accepted an invita-

in a tour at Coolidge Geor- County was announced today dill, St. Marks, J. L. May- tion from the CommunityClub

gia, August 18, as guestsof b/ Richard 'L. Gowdy, ton, Carrabelle, Anna Watkins of Flat: Creek, Ten- }
the Louisiana Seed com- County Office Manager, Woodville, and Pey- nessee, to attend a celebration .
pany. The trip will be con- /Lgricultural stabilization ton Yon, Tallahassee,were to be held in that set- .J: .. .
ducted through! corn and and conservation Service among the over 300 Florida tlement on August 20th, in ,.'
sorghum trials of the Deep The ASC county committee Postmasters who attended honor of his family "

South Field Lab to see results administers the price the second annual Training The Democratic nominee ,

,of the various Funk's support, acreage diver- Seminar held in Gaines- and his father, Lester High,
varieties of corn and sor- sion, agricultural conser- ville August, 8 and 9 at the were born on a farm near

ghum. The trip Is being vation, and other, farm- University of Florida. Flat Creek. .
sponsored locally by Ed action programs in the Dean Alan Robertson, His mother was born in
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Bradley, Farm Supply county and is responsiblefor University Developmentand nearby Possum Trot.
Dealer of Tallahassee. keeping farmers and Relations of the University The celebration will be ..

4-H on The Move ranchers in the county informed opened the sem- called 'High' Family Day
4-H members with Dairy about the pro- inar on Monday morning. and more than a thousand
projects are now preparing grams. The county com- Following a general ses- Tennesseans are expectedto .' ,
themselves and their dairy mittee supervises'the ASCS sion led by C. Banks Gladden attend -the largest gath-

animals for the County county office through which Regional Director, ering in the history of Flat .
Dairy Show to beheldSept- the various programs are Pos' Office Department, Creek, which has,a population ,. .

ember 17. 4-H'ers with administered. Atlanta, Georgia, the post- of less than one hun- ,.. .
Dairy projects are: Gary Voting will be by mail, masters were divided into .dred. '

Ashburn, Linda Ashburn, Mr. Gowdy explained, and small groups' according to A typical Flat Creek Sun- '.
Andy Harper Ronnie Har- ballots were sent, to each class of office. Study on a day dinner of fried chicken, ,

vey, Curtis Golden David known eligible voter August variety of subjects com- mashed potatoes, field peas ,. '
Miller, Linda Deal. Chuck 16. In case eligible voter pletely filled the two days and hot biscuits will be

Deal, and Myron porter. fails to receive a ballot with courses being offeredon served. .
The 4-H members' pro- through the mall, he should Finance, Mail classifi- Performers from the
ject records were reviewedthis contact the ASCS county of- cation, Personnel, Delivery Grand Ole Opry, In Nash-
week for selection of fice. Generally,' a farm Service Manpower ville, will provide contin- 't-

county awards. The annual owner, or sharecropper Is Control, and Sectional Cen uous music. '
4-H Awards Program will eligible to vote ,If he is eli- ter Operation. Improved The all-day program will .. ; !
be held in the fall and coun- gibld to take part in one or postal service is the objective also Include games,f fiddlln '

ty winners will be announced more of the programs administered of all courses. matches and oratory con- 'r < : "
at that time. by the ASC The 'seminar Is a volun- tests. r I. ,
How's Your Chemical committee. Eligibility to tary program in which the ; //1 J.. fir

Ifnnwow? hold office as a committeeman individual postmaster par- ,, J' :i /Z' "
restrictedby ticipates at his own ex- AREA STUDENTS ON "', : 'h
Did you know that in 1965-- Is not "I .
1.. There were over 7,651 reason of race, color, pense with Post Office De FSU HOMECOMING : .r" .' i/7//(; t lv "
national furnishing Instruct '
origin. partment
accidental Florida? poisonings in creed Envelopes or .. aining rs. In charge of arrangements COMMITTEE : :;" '. :. ; i:'

2. Of these, 4,260 were marked ballots may be was host post- TallahasseeThree stu- ,
dents from the Tallahasseearea Peorce-Grofiom ,
children under ten years of mailed or Ye urned to the master Paige pinnell. of ',,; ', '
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,and of this number ASCS County office any- Gainesville, who made sure are among eighteen
age under. five. time before August 26. Bal- that postmasters went to student chairmen of committees Mr. and Mrs. J. Moody 1'earce, Sr. of Crawfordville announce the engagement' 'pf'
4,129 were traditionaldormitorycafeteria which will plan Jan Pearce to Raymond Lynwood Graham. jr., son pf Mrs Mary
3. Most of these occurredIn lots will be tabulated pub- school in the their daughter, ) .
Homecoming at Florida and Graham Sr. of Panacea; :
and around the home and licly by the county committee style. Graham R. L. '
State University the week- of Crawfordville HIgh.School and is presently em
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could have been avoided. on August 29, at 8:00 Mr. jack Durrance, The bride-elect a graduate ,
end of November 18-19. "
member of the Alachua ployed by the Leon Abstract Company. '
It looks in the County ASCS
the
This is way p.m. The theme for Home- School and Is employed by the Secretary
office. The public is Invit- County Commission and Mr. Graham graduated from Sopchoppy High '
in figures. ed to witness the vote former state president of coming will be '1966 A of State and is serving in the, Florida National Guard. '
1. internal mainly aspirin -
( the Commissioner Association Champion Year for FSU'. The wedding will be september. 9 In the First Methodist Church of Crawfordville. '
and external medicines counting.The
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A week end packed with
closed the seminar
-65%. following ib the slate ,
festivities honoring returning l ,
-2. Household preparations of nominees for ASC committeeman Tuesday afternoon. '
graduates will be ANNUAL TALQUIN :
such as cleaners, polish, : James Burge, planned by the committees JOHN B. CUVETTE SOCIAL SECURITY NEWS .

kerosene cosmetics, tur- S. B. Forbes, Neal Gavin, DEMOCRATIC FUND- during the fall. of LewisS. COOP ,MEETING SET .
The appointment
pentine -- 19%. Homer Harvey, John B. committees will work John B. Guyette, age 78. '
3. Pesticides (Insecti- Miller and Clayton P. Taff. RAISING DINNER SETA under All the general direct- of Pine Street, Lanark died Cos sette 'as district FOR( SATURDAYDon ..:
Under In ASC early Monday morning at manager of th a Tallahassee
cides, rodenticides, herb- a change
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Ion of Dr. Steve Edwardsof
Giant Democratic office of the Social Security Fuqua member of
icides) -- 10%. election 'procedures madein his home. ,
4. Poisonous plants--2%. 1965 one county commit- party fund-raising dinner, the Physics Depart- R.L. Riley Funeral Homeof Administration was 'announced Congress for Florida's ,
5. Other -- 4%. teeman was elected for a1year originally planned for ment, faculty Homecoming Carrabelle was in chargeof Monday in Atlanta cond Congressional dis-
What Causes Poisonings ByPesticides term, one member Southeast Florida in Sept- chairman, and Sally Saler arrangements.He by William J. page Jr.; trict will speak to membersand
for a 2-year term, and the ember has been resched- of West Palm Beach, the was a native of Mas- Regional Director,Depart friends of the Talquln

Most of the accidental third member for a 3-year uled for Oct. Iin Jackson- student chairman. sachusetts and had residedIn ment of Health; Education, Electric Cooperative Saturday -
poisonings in and aroundthe term. Therefore, in 1966 ville, State Democratic Executive Diane janes,whose home Franklin. County for the and Welfare.' Gossette succeeds night, August 20th,
Committee Chair- la 2146 Armistead Road, from Frank D. White, who at 8:30 Mr. Fuqua'
home, result from (a) and succeeding years, only past 8 years coming p.m.
will
failure to store pesticidesin one regular member will man pat Thomas announced Tallahassee, serve as Chicago Mr. Guyette wasa was recently promoted to anew speech will be made at the
s safe place out reach be elected annually for a today.Several. student chairman of the retired Hotel Manager, position in AtlantaGa, 26th Annual Meeting of the

of children, (b)' Improper term of 3 years.Each year, party officials, Homecoming ;Queen Com- member of the Protestant Before'coming to Talla Cooperative and is to be

placing of ,moth. balls or however, first. and second including some Cabinet mittee.. Faith and a Veteran of the hassee, Gossette served held at,the Gadsden County
of Wakul '
alternate committeemen members, members of. Sandra Linton, Army. with the Social Security Administration Livestock Pavilion Quin--
roach tablets rat
crystals, la is student chairman of
congressional delegationand in the Atlanta ,
Funeral services were cy. "
will be elected for 1-year
baits etc (c) emptying
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the Alumni Activities Com- .
poisonous materials into terms. ; former Governors who held Wednesday afternoonat regional office In Nash. Mr. Adrian C. Fletcher,
unmarked containers suchas Questions on eligibility will be honored at the din- mittee., 3.00 P.M. in R.L. Riley ville, Tenn., columbia'S. President of the Cooperative -
soft drink bottles andd to vote and hold office, or ner, had encountered conflicts James Tollerton, of 807 Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. C.,. and West Palm Beach, 'announced the 'program -
with the earlier plan W. Pensacola Street, Tallahassee Florida.Mr. .
: officiated which included
failure dispose of on the election procedure Glenn Totman enter
to
( ) containers promptlyand will be determined by the ned date of Sept.10 and the Is student chairman and the remains were then Gossette was' bornin tainment, a business meet-
empty safely. incumbent ASC county previously announced, lo- of the Public Relations taken to Jacksonville for Haines City, Florida,and Ing, election of Directorsand
cation. : Committee. was graduated from the University other
Store Chemicals Safely committee subject to appeal cremation. events.Registration .
Young children are curIous to the ASC State Com- Thomas said the change Survivors Include his of Florida at for the
and adventurous.They mittee. will assure participationand NOTICE wife, Mra. Margaret Guy- Gainesville. He is marriedto meeting will begin at 3.00
will eat and drink almost attendance of Cover ette, Lanark village; one the former Lois Wheeler In the afternoon. Membersmay

anything. One and two year nor nominee Robert King The Crawfordville Cemetery daughter, Miss Mercedes of Morehead Ky. register from then until -
olds lead all other age MRS., J.' K. MOORE'5MOTHER High and virtually all other has recently been Guyette, Martin Grove, 111.; Gossette said that his 8.00 p.m. The business '

groups In every type of ingested top Democratic party cleaned and mowed, but asof one: son, Eugene Guyette. first duties In Tallahasseeare meeting will begin at 8:00.
poisoning. Keep DIES leaders. .- now the boys have not Chicago, 111; one brother to publicize the new From 5:00 to 5:45 and
chemicals and medicine in The dinner will be heldat been paid. There Is no Eugene Guyette of Pine location of the social sec again from 7:00 to 7:45 the
original labeled containers Mrs. Rebecca Hunter, the Jacksonville Civic money set aside for this, Falls, Canada; and one urity office at 117 W. College LeFevres, an internationally -
mother of Mrs. J.K. Auditorium and Mayor Lou and to announce that' famous
grandchild.< gospel singing
in
out of reach preferably therefore the of
people
Moore Crawfordville,pas- has the office will be
closet Ritter of that city accepted should open on group will put on a pro-
a locked cabinet or in Wakulla County contribute -
sed
away Tuesday night as host. Saturday mornings from
appointment gram of music and enter-
and away from food,feed or to the Cemetery
Tallahassee Memorial Final plans were worke f 8:00 A.M. to 12:00 noon. tainment.
medicine. Do not store Fund.
Hospital out at a meeting between During the afternoon
household chemicals under We all have loved ones
Funeral arrangementswere Thomas and members of evening food will. be sold
the kitchen sink or similar buried there. Anyone wanting -
easily accessible places. time. incomplete. at press the Democratic party ,FInance to contribute, leave the at reasonable prices by the
and Bob
Committee
Dispose of Empty money with Mr. Roy Reh- Gadsden county Home
leaders in
Containers Promptlyand High campaign winkle or Mr. Charlie Demonstration Clubs.
Safely Mrs. George WalkerMr. Mayor Highs law office. Tucker. RUMMAGE SALE Hamburgers, home cooked

Empty pesticide contain and Mrs. George Creech pfe and. cake, coffeeand
era should be promptly and sons, Hank and Hal,are SATURDAY, AUG. 20 cold drinks will be prepared -
flushed out with water and attending the wedding of I and served. Food ser-
disposed of by wrapping In Mr. Creech's nephew in 9AAT011 vice at the project

tying with a string, 'Columbus, Ga. Hal Creech CLOTHES TOYS MISCELLANOUS/ is one' of the
,and placing in garbage can will be a member of the the council of Gadsden
MANThe
AN HONEST
with top secured, or by wedding parry as ring bear- County Home Demonstration
burying in an approved BICYCLE Clubs. The money
dump or, sanitary landfill. er.Mrs.. Dorothy Miller and largest amount of cash ever found and returned to iU earned there will help send

Metal cans should be punctured Mrs. George Walkerhave owners was $240.000 in unmarked $10 and $20 bills The WAKUlLA CO. NEWS OFFICE Worthwhile to the various
or crushed before returned from an educat- money wa discovered in a street in Los Angeles by Douglas meetings in the

wrapping in paper for disposal. ional meeting in Clear- William Johnston, an unemployed Negro, in March, .1961. .' state.

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tt- & uen iiV MM fWAKULLA In the Court"of'the Cosset. LEGAL NOTICE tiW >D\enf I mm' 1

Judge Wakulla County Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF x J"r.IN: THE KNOWrWedding ; .
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InPitobate.' THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT NOTICE OF ElECTION I

IN REa EiUteof OF FLORIDA, IN AND Be It known that I, Tom Ad- Gifts SPECIALS FRI.
SAT
E. J..l.I.DastmaDece..J. FOR WAKULLA COUNTY. IN' ams, Secretary of State of the ,
CHANCERY, State of Florida, do hereby'give The giving of redding gift !laan
To All Creditors and Persona No. 1392 notice that a GENERAL ELECT ancltn custom-aa old a.marria ... .-_. Ii
of
COUNTY NEWS' Hrrlng Claim or Demands Against James La*'WASHINGTON, ION will be held in Wakulla itwlf;; only the nature yoke

Said Estates Plaintiff, ,. County, State of Florida, on the gifts hll changed.of oxen The, the REGISTER NOW FOR FREE PLAID STAMPS

TelephoM WMiat"p01 You and each of you aw here- Va. Tuesday next succeeding the bag of wheat
bV notified and required to present Ethel Lae WASHINGTON, first Monday in November, A. the length ofhandwoven DRAWING LABOR DAY SEPT 5 1966
Defendant. D., 1966, the said Tuesday being
claims
and demand
any
a. .. which you, or either of you DIVORCE the EIGHT I Q' cloth have FIRST PRIZE . . 6000 STAMPS
DAY OF NOV- to
the EIGHTH
may have against the estate of Ing given way
ORDER OF PUBLICATION EMBER: to fill the following the electric cof- PRIZE. HOOO STAMPS
E. J. Langston, deceased, late fee-maker and SECOND . . .

Vlr.llda Kdsttl.y" .........-:...BiliJ'AI.e Judge of said of County W.kJla: to County the County, Flo- complaint'You arc?hereby for divorce notified has that been the officer Representative Second Congressional in Congress Dis-for '" Z the teak salad THIRD PRIZE. . . 2500 STAMPS
rida
hit
at office In the court
filed in the Circuit the know with
against in
house fordvllle of said County at Craw Court of.Wakulla you) County, Florida, trict.Three ((3)) Justices of the Su- I brides-to-be Women in the family realizethat FOURTH PRIZE. . . 1500 STAMPS
Florida Florida, within six la Chancery. You are hereby required Court recording and acknowledging
CrawfoMvilU.
r d at Subwrip- calendar months from the time ,I, to file (personallycebyattorney preme Three of the District all those gift is one of thebride' FIFTH PRIZE. . . 1000 STAMPS
second Class ma tn. of the first publication of thisI ((3)) Judges most important responsibilities -
with the Clerk of said
ion rate: i1.p0 per Jaar. notice. Two copies of each ) Court of Appeal for the Fist and one of the most joyous .__.. -
and send of the
Court .
a -
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copy Appellate District .. -
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claim or demand shall be In if they help her to do it well. :
writing, and shall state the same to the attorney for plaintiff Four ((4)) Circuit Judges of the A good system is to record all
place of residence and post office your written defenses, if any, Second judicial Circuit gifts-as they arrive-in a notebook tresh *fTti4'FRYERS;
to the complaint in said cause, State Senator Fifth Senatorial l the lines of which arc num-
address of the claimant
If YoutJeed. and shall be to the, on or before September 19, 1966. District bered. (Such books,designed! for '
sworn by Herein fail not or judgement tr Senatorial sold at most .2.9
I State Senator Sixth just this purpose are
claimant his .
Office Supplier agent, or attorney witha
default will be entered against District stationery stores, together! ,
Office Furniture. and accompanied by a filing fee Senatorial box of amall gummed numbers.) -
State Senator Eighth --r-
of dollar and such claim ...-
Machines one or you.WITNESS hand and seal of As each gift arrives, tho bride .
i Business my District K. Ib 79tokWb
demand not so filed shall be notes the name and address of Sirloin S .
BM Call said Court at Crawfordville, Wa State Senator Twenty-fifth Senatorial
w littlo description -
donor and writes a
kulla Florida this lOtl the
void.s County, District
of the gift. She then
Amos Langston !
RANEY WHALEY As Administrator of the Estate. day of August, 1966. Two.(2)( ) Members of the Houseof inconspicuously affixes gummed P$ End cri .

atCAPITAL of E. J. Langston deceased. /Moody Pearce RepresentativesTwo number corresponding to the 79c
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OFFICE Moody Pearce ((2)) Members of the Boardof number! in the book to the gift.
CO. 4t-7/21.28.8/4.11x: Cleric Circuit Court County Commissioners Its goal idea to write a certain
EQUIPMENT Wakulla County, Florida Three ((3) Members of the Board number of 'thank-you's"
of Public InstructionIn each day (preferably first thing CHUCK ROAST. . . .LB..592
102E. JEFFERSCN LEGAL NOTICES J.IL Hudson in the morning), and it helps to
P. O. Box 66Cnwfordvtlk Testimony Whereof, I have write the notes in the room where 20 OZ. . 29*
223 S. M111STALLAHASSEE In the Circuit Court of the Second DELMONTE CATSUP. .. . .
Fla. hereunto set my hand and affixed the gifts are arran el. The bride
FLORIDA Judicial Circuit of Florida Attorney for Plaintiff. the Creat Seal of the I I surrounded by all this heartwarming CAN:2FDR..33
In:and For Wakulla Coun- 4t-8/18,25,9/1.8. State of Florida, at Tallahassee and beautiful proof of TOMATOES. 303 : :
ty. In' Chancery.No. her friends' affection find. her
the Capita, this 29*
1389.DIVORCE NOTICE the Fifteenth day of August thank-you's come from the heart! HUDSON NAPKINS . 200 COUNT. .
A tin from The Travelers is
1966.TOM that ail. those gifts l be insured NABISCO FIG NEWTONS..LB..39*
HENRY WILLIAMS Betty Mae.Jackson, Notice Is hereby given ADAMSSECRETARY under the newly weds" Homeown
Rf -w Plaintiff, that the Board of County OF STATE ers' policy: but a wise mother of
..L.i t vs. Commissioners of Wakulla 4t-8/19,26,9/2,9. the bride will be sure her own
Ernest Willie Lee Jackson, Homeowners' package has a temporary ThrIb. 15c
County will set as a Boardof. SWEET
Defendant. rider to protect these
Reg. Real Estate BrokeSt. \y NOTICE TO APPEAR Equalization on Friday, I treasures u bile they're under her
the 2nd day of September, roof!
Marks. Fla. State of Florida toi at the hour of : o'clock
Ernest Willie Lee Jackson, 15 1966
Phone 741 AUGUST ,
I BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL
21121 Forty-fifth Drive, Bay a.m.Attest: Moody Pearce The Board of County Commissioners of Wakulla

REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES Side You, are Long hereby Island notificd'that, N. Y. a Clerk Circuit Florida Court County met this date In Crawfordvllle with the following NOTEBOOK PAPER . HOO. CT . 89*
Wakulla County
present:
has been brought
fordivorce
suit
Associate : by Betty Mae Jackson Willard Carter Chairman;George Young,vicechairman -

.. R. Hatcher Sr. against, in the you Circuit Court of Wa- ; William D. Walker Ralph Strickland and John L.

Phone. Wt 6-3201 kulla County, Florida, and you SPARE TIME INCOME Davis, Commissioners; Moody Pearce, Clerk; W. R.
.arc hereby required to file with Refilling and collecting Taff, Sheriff; J. H. Hudson, County Attorney.
HAMRICK the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof money from NEW TYPE Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved.
DAVE said county your written defenses high quality coin operated Mr. Horace Sellers appeared before the Board and requested WE SELl
if any, in slid suit and that the county discontinue using road machineon
ORDERSSHOP
AGENCY In this aS
INSURANCE dispensers area.
.. MONEY
to serve a copy of same on A. L* road through or, by his property In vereen and and that 11.. )
No selling. To qualify you
Porter Crawfordville, Florida,
the County have replaced at County the
expense survey
.
have references
AUTOMOBILE of before must car, ,
for plaintiff, on
attorney
stakes that County machine knocked down when road was
BONDS the 5th day of September, $600 to $1900 cash. Sevento
A. D. 1966. Herein fail not ora twelve hours weekly can worked with grader.On AND SAVE
LOCALLY
the motion of Commissioner and the secondof
Young
CASUALTY decree pro confcsso will be entered net excellent monthly in-
Commissioner Strickland the above request was so ordered -
against you. come. More full time. For
MARINE 'WITNESS the Honorable W. personal interview writeP. And It was further ordered that the County wouldnot PIGOTT'S STORE

HUE May Walker, one of the Judgesof O. BOX 10573,DALLAS, grade any more roads in the County without specific MEDART '
said court and the seal thereof TEXAS 75207. Include agreement between the County and the parry or parties
PHONE 877-31Oa at Crawfordville Florida, number. Involved.
this 28th day of July, A. D. phone it-8/18/66. SOPCHOPPY WATER WORKS AND SEWAGEA

:,1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 1966./s/ Moody Pearce motion was made by Mr. Strickland, seconded by I

TALLAHASSEE.: FLA. Clerk Circuit Court, Mr. Young and carried that would adopt resolution con- I
Wakulla County, Florida cerning the sewage and water works project In Sop-
(SEAL) -FOFT SALE: Lot 50 xTUa choppy. A copy of the desired resolution was not avail-
HARRIS
TERRY 4t-8/4.11.18.25.. feet, In Magnolia Gardens, for injection In the minutes of this meeting but same will 1' HARASS YOUR HUBBY
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Hod's IIrln,'&' Panacea Florida. Will accept be presented for record at a future date. Your marriage may be less

Appliance Repair I FOR SALE: LIke new foldaway any reasonable offer. On the motion of Commissioner Strickland the petition fa' than wedded bliss if'you always
bed with good Inner- Write: Mrs. Alma Holland, for Wet and Dry. election with 829 names was tabled for meet your husband at

I Also Electric ''Blnhets spring mattress sleep. 2. Rt. 4, Box 43-A, Cochran, 30 days. e the door with tales of what a

I call wA63231HELP Ga. 31014. The Tax Assessor, Mr. Ferrell reported that taxable terrible day you've had. On 'jJ

Route 1. Box 34 I valuations of the county amounted to the sum of $14,438- the other hand, taking time

Sopchoppy Florida Christ in you, the hope ofglory. 427.00.On to spruce up and 'use a fragrance l
.
WANTED: Piper the motion of Commissioner Strickland the Chair- like
1bone 10-2:642: has .-(Col. 1:27) -j= Desert Flower
Aircraft Corporation man was authorized to sign a check for Tax Assessor remind him of the
may
When we ask ourselves: n pretty
Immediate and future open-
postage in the amount of $240.00. .
girl) he married.R.
"What is the best of myself7"It .
If'ARl TIME INE ings for the following personnel -
Motion by Mr. Walker to send buldozer to St. Marks
Refi collecting money : Class 'A* Tool& i.i I our true self, our Christ died for lack of a second.
from NEW TYPE high quality Makers Draftsman self. The people and the situa
Die Motion by Mr. Strickland to approve the School Board
coin operated dispensers in this
tions meet provide the plot
Aircraft we
Aircraft Welders.
Members Bonds was carried the
No selling. To qualify on second of Commis-
Assemblers Sheet Metal for today's production. They
you must have car, references, sioner Young.
$600 to $1900 cash. Seven to Workers, Machinists. Air afford us new opportunities to The Board approved the vouchers before them and dir-
Conditioned Plant good present the best of ourselves.As L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME
twelve hours weekly can net excellent ected that warrants be issued In payment therefor.
monthly income. More starting pay, plus all bene we step on the stage of to- There being no further business coming to the attentIon Licensed Embalmer &: Funeral Director
full time. For personal, interview fits. No contract work. Apply day's living, through Christ in of the Board the same was adjourned.
write P. O. BOX 4185, Monday thru Friday. us.' we present fuller expressions Phone 697-3366

PITTSBURGH, PA. 15202. In- PIPER AIRCRAFT CORPORATION of health harmony, hap- Attest: Approved

clude, phone number. ._ Municipal Air- piness, and prosperity. Moody Pearce, Clerk' Willard Carter: Chairman CARRABELLE, FLA.

port, vero Beach, Fla.. "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"

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APPEAL FOR END OF "

. DIRECTORYPATBONIZE AIR LINE STRIKE Tea lnrnus ilosnoa .

State Comptroller Fred

0. (Bud) Dickinson, jr.,
TIESE ADVERTISERS today appealed to President
Johnson for an end to the L.OIRIDA STATE

nation-wide air line strike.

FRM "I respectfully admit that-
? Today thru Saturday
Florida's Now
economy has and Showlnsr
mJ I O. I. GRAMLING Is continuing to suffer stag-
FEEDS gering losses because of
& CO. the continuation of the air MODESTY BLAISE ASSAULT ON A QUEENWith

Flint M1W"I OaStop S,rt le. for line strike" said Dickinson world Monica Vitti Frank Slnatrl
Hirer In
a wire to the White andTerence
Mll-S. MOIl'", .....2t3aa4 Feed Seed -Fertilize? House. and
Foultry Supplies 'As newsin Stamp Virna List
Comptroller of Florida and
Garden Tools and a member of the Dirk with
Bogarde
Tony Franclosa
State Cabinet
I
respect-
So. Ada*! at S.A.L.R.R.hikerAlford .
fully and earnestly request
Co. I' Phonela21$2 that all possible effort be
Light Wtigkt *nd R,flarConeritt extended by your office to ffCUS
TA, Pa" Ho a"
-
Block, -
Anything for your auto, truck. briar an end to this str1kowhJch W.*Y MWMWAT '
or tractor. Also for your power Hanson, Wood and Is resulting in great OUTPOOB CAPITOL BJHVMNQfl
lawnmower, and much for your Hoel Ind.,Inc. financial losses to citizens wownm BWT.
bofe208 of ---------
our -
state he added In
S. Adams a
St. at
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Jl. Adams St. Ph. 222-3380 The ChrMlon. Science! Monitor
'l'el 222-5840 P. O. Box 661 message to the President. On.Norway Sf.Sotton.MOM.0211S Today thru"Saturday Bl i der $a ad
As chief fiscal officer of
the state, Dickinson baa ,.....enter my luUcrlptlon la the

I I throughout the strike noted Monitor for the period dwclwd b*. 'North b Northwest TRIPLE BILLy

his Increasing concern over low. I ncbM$___. U.I.Fund *
-
Yeger, 77ne. Little Folks Store, the Plus The Party's Over
I Impacts of the Q I YAA $24 Q 4 manttw $12
Ine. '
"The Capitaliai 'I strike. on Florida's economy r Q S month $4 FIREBALL soo" "Frankle and Johnny"

'all4' e1l4 Road CAl1aJ: :: Minors" ...... .
,. Tot. I Fri. & Sat., Bonus HitWinter A-Go-Go"
Cease'. tfotowtfiooy MAPLES CONCIUE StrMt.I
A,Un> St. Tel. 222-4880 ,,, "BLACK
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FIRST, BA METHODIST'CHURCH
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CHURCH DIRECTORY CHURCHeV' SOPCHOPPY
S0PCHOPPT
LAKE ELLEN OTTER CREEK
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CoxweU
Prepared by e Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH HOLINESS CHURCH
Sunday School Rev. CONGREGATIONAL Rev. jess L Baker, Pastor1st
Morning WOrship 11:00 10:00 AM P.O. Elrod. Pastor (Inactive) NEW LIGHT ASSEMBLYOF HOLINESS CHURCHRev. C 3rd Sundryt \
Bailer training Union AM Sunday School 10:00 AM COD CHURCHRev. Morning P 9:30AMSunday
\ 7:00 PM Roy Rochester, Pastor School IOs3OAM
Evening WOrship 8:00 Morning Worship UOO AM Cary Cotney, Faster
I .oman' Missionary PM Training Union 6:30 PM PANACEA Sunday School 1ft 00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM 2nd t 4th Sttttdtyt
Union 1st Evening Worship 7130 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School lOiOtfAM
ARRAN Mondays Midweek Prayer BETHEL PRIMITIVE Christ'Ambassador Young People's Morning Worship 11s0IYAM
sMission"y- 3rd Friday Service Wed. 7:30 PM BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sunday 6:30 PM Service 6:00 PM Evening Worship 7:30l PM

TOWER PENTECOSTALHOLINESS Men's Brotherhood Men' Brotherhood Cortez White, Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 PM Evening Worship 7:45 PM Midweek Prayer '1
1st Thursday 7:30 PM Midweek Service Tues. 7:30 PM!
i CHURCHRev. 3rd Sunday School Midweek Prayer Prayer ( ) I
Tuesday 7,30 PM WMS Service Tues. 7:45 PM Methodist Youth Fellowship
The Every Sunday 10:00 AM Service Wed. 7:30 PM ( )
Noah Connell Pastor ( )
following held at 3:15 PM 2nd Thursday 7:30 PM 2nd Weekend Woman's Auxiliary Wed. Every Sun. Evening 6:30. P>

Sunday School iChOOAVMorning Royal Ambassadors Qlo1r 'Prectlce. 11:15 PM Sat. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM West Florida Congregational Woman's Society of
Every
Worship 1OOAM Monday C Tuesday Sun. Mont. Worship 11OOAM SPRING CREEK Holiness Campground Christian Service -
Cir
Service 6:00 ]" Auxiliary .
People's PM
2nd 3:15 P-
Young
Tuesday
MEDART Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM June 8 22, 1966SOPCHOPPY
Evening Worship 7:00 PM Every Tuesday C Men's Brotherhood-
Wednesday
4th Weekend
:
Midweek Prayer 7:30 PM Sunbeams Even Worship 7:30 PM SHADY SEA BAPTIST CHURCH 4th Thursday '7:30 P

Service (Wed.) Every Monday C Tuesday FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCHRev. PRIMITIVE Sun. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM Rev. Earl Pearce, Pastor CHURCHOF Children's Hour i

Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM CHRIST 1st C 3rd Tuesday 3:15 P7

Emmett Whaley, Pastor Prayer Service (Fri.) 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Floyd McCullough, Minister

CRAWFORDVJLIE CURTIS MILLS 2nd SundavtEvening Evening Worship 7:30 PM Bible Study ,10:00 AM
Worship 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer Morning Worship 11:00 AM SMITH CREEK
BEULAH PRIMITIVE CONGREGATIONAL Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM 7:30 PM
CURTIS
MILLS COMMUNITY 4th Weekend: Evening Worship
BAPTIST CHURCHRev. HOLINESS CHURCHRev. Bible Wed. 7:30 PM MT. ELON BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
CHURCH. (Holiness) Sat. Morn. Worship 11:00 AM Study ( )

Emmett Whaley, Pastor1st Herbert Thompson, Teacher Sat. EveningWorship 7:30 PM Steve Harrell, Pastor SPRING CREEK PRIMITIVE William fl"Y."stor
Sunday School 10:00 AM School 9:50 Al
SundayiSunday School 10:00 AM Sunday
Sunday School 10:00 Sunday BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM FIRST.BAPTIST CHURCH 11:00 A'
Morning
Worship
School 10:00 AM Morning 11:00 AM
Worship
Evening Worship 7:00 PM W. W. McAllister, Pastor
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Union 6:00 F
Morning Worship 11:00AM Prayer Service Midweek Young People's School 10:00 AM Rev. O. C. Hall, Pastor Training
Prayer Sunday Evening Worship 7:00 P
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Wednesday & Friday 7:30 PMIVAN Service Tuesday 7:30 PM Service Sunday Service 6:15 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School, 10:00 AM Woman's Missionary Union -
3rd Weekend: Evangelistic 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Ladies Prayer Evening Worship 1st Monday after
Sat. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM Service-Wednesday 10:00 AM Sunday 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer Training Union 700 PM 1st Sunday 9OOAls
Sunday School 10:00 AM Midweek Prayer Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Evening Worship 8:00 PM
Morning Worship 11:00 AM I IVAN Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer -

Evening Worship 7:30 PM MEDART ASSEMBLYOF Service (Wed.) 8:00 PM WAKULLA'WAKULlA
ASSEMBLY OF COD CHURCHRev. ST. MARKS Woman's Missionary Society

COD CHURCHRev. E. M. Carter, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. (Every Other Wed.) 3':00 PM METHODIST t

CRAWFORDVILLE METHODIST Henry Cooksey, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 AM A. V. Pickem, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sunbeams CHURCHRev. .

CHURCHRev. Sunday School 10:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM Fred Harrison; Pastor 2nd C 4th Tuesday 3:15 PM Roger Stimson, Pastor.

Jesse L. Baker, Pastor Morning Worship 11:00 AM Evening Worship 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM Mrs. Lyon Crosby, Church anc'
Evening Worship Midweek Prayer Training Union 6:00 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Community Worker for Wakulla
1st 0 3rd Sunday Winter 7:00 PM MT. BEASON PRIMITIVE
7:00 PM Service Wed. 7:30 PM Evening Worship Training Union 6:30 PM County. .
School 10:00 AM
Sunday Summer 7:30 PM Christ's Ambassadors Midweek Prayer Evening Worship 7:30 PM BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sunday School 9:30A>
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Midweek Prayer Saturday 7:30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer Cortex White, Pastor Morning Worship 10:00 AN
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Woman's Union-
Service (Wed.) 7:30.PMWHIDDOV Missionary Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM 1st Weekend l:
Thurs. after 1st Sun. 10:00 AM
2nd C 4th Sunday; Sat. Morn. Wor. 11:00AM
Morning Worship 9:30 AM OTTER CREEK Boy Scouts (Fri.) 6:00 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM ZION HILLMETHODIST

Sunday School 10:30: AM. LAKE PRIMITIVE ST. MARKS METHODIST Morning Worship 11:00 AM CHURCHRev.
Midweek Prayer BAPTIST CHURCHRev. NEW HOME PRIMITIVE CHURCH 3rd Sundays
W. L. Prater Pastor
Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Emmett Whaley, Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH RIVERSIDE BAPTIST MISSIONRev. Sunday School; 10:00 AM ,

Methodist Youth Fellowship 2nd Weekend: Rev. W. W. McAllister, Pastor George Dickey, Pastor (Inactive) Moming Worship 11OOAM 2nd C 4th Sundays: .

Every Sunday Evening 6:30 PM Sat. Evening Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School Sunday School 10:00 AM Morning Worship 9:30 AM

Woman's Society of Christian Sun. Morn. Worship 11:00 AV Every Sunday 9:45 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
1. Training Union 7:00 PM I
service-ora' Tues. 3:30 I'M !aY; ,. ,
Men's Club-3rd Tue.. 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00AM Evening Worship 8:00 PM Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Anderson I'FEA AREA'lit' WILL
Wesleyan Service Guild 3rd Sunday: Midweek Prayer of Haven have enriched their
Jones Lynn spent TALLAHASSEEThe
7:30
Service PM MEET IN
4th Thursday 8:00 PM Evening Worship 7:30 PM the weekend visiting their lives by the adoption of a

parents, Mr. and Mrs. Er- beautiful two-month old Florida Education

nest Roddenberry and Mr lives and home by the adoptIon Association's annual Area

SOPCHOPPY NEWSBy and Mrs. Frank Jones. of a beautiful two- III Meeting will begin at

Louise C. Sapp month old baby boy and 9:00 a.m., Thursday, Aug-

MCCLENDON FUNERAL Happy Birthday to Rita named him jay. ust 18, in the Westcott Auditorium -

-Wt? Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Rudd, Lottie Roddsnberry, Tallahassee
HOME smith (Elizabeth Roberts), Zelda Simpson, Marcia Mr. and Mrs. Lynnwood Hundreds of teachers

Sopchoppy, announce the Mathis, Maxie Lawhon, Watts of Baldwin, Florida, will attend from Liberty,

14 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE free '5) birth of Toni Elizabeth Drue Stalmaker, David spent last Thursday and Gadsden, Taylor. Leon,

Smith, 8 pounds, 5-1/2 Carraway, Almyra Mathis, Friday visiting Mr. and Jefferson, Madison, Wa-
For as he thlnketh within ounces, on August 7. She Is Henry Crum and Bradham Mrs. Walter Harms. The kulla, and Franklin Coun-

PHONE 305-1161 Tallahassee, Flo I himself, so la he. the sister of Tina Michelle, Carraway; and happy anniversary Watts were enroute home ties.Speaking
-(Prov.23:7)TRADE ) 2.1/2, and the granddaughter to Mr. and Mrs. from Washington,D.C., anda will be Mrs.;

of Mrs. Delma Robertsof Jessie Evans. visit with their daughter, Thelma F. Davis, Griffin,!
th Sopchoppy; John Roberts Beverly and her husband, Georgia,, a member of the!

of Tallahassee; and Ivery Mr. A. F.Laird and Mrs C. J. Ender. National' Education Association

Smith of Sopchoppy. Sue Gramling returned Executive Conttititrtee
home after visiting Mrs. Members of the Lions and past President of |

Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Gramling's daughter Mrs.L. Club are calling at.all the the NBA' Department of

Simpson and son, Gary, A. McKenzie. Returninghome homes in this vicinity,get- Classroom Teachers; FF',
of Tallahassee visited Mrs. with them were Mrs. ting names and birthday PreSident George Dabbs

Simpson's motherMrs. A- MCKenzie, Mrs. Inez Simmons dates for their annual' Cal- Altamonte'Spring? classroom

manda stuber last weekend. both of Chattahoochee endar project. The pro-- Teachers ,,Department

Mrs. Stuber returned home and Mr. and Mrs. ceeds go Into the fund of. President Mrs.LoU:'

with them to spend several Fred Melncher, of Quincy procuring eyeglasses for lee Alford, St. Petersburg!

t days. Florida. needy persons. FEA Executive SecretaryEd. :

Henderson; and FEA I
Dale Crowson spent last C. Warren Harden,' our Executive CommitteeMem-
weekend visiting his par- Mr. and Mrs. A. Car Postmaster, attended a ber Ben Stephenson.

ents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar roll are having vacatfonvi- Postmasters. Seminar in Area Meetings are heft
NOW AND SAVE Crowson. Dale Is attending sitors. Mr. Carroll son, Gainesville, Monday and In strategic areas of tht

Chlpola Junior College in Earl, and his wife from Tuesday of last week.. state" to acquaint.membe*>

Marianna. Washington, D.C.,andMrs. of the teaching profession'

PRICESLot Carroll'5 daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard with PEA goals for the
SPECIAL
Among those attendingthe Walter. Harper, husband, Kurth and daughter from coming year and with the

wedding of Miss Linda and son, Curtis, from Tallahassee spent the legislative program that

pailine Stowell to Richard Houston, Texas. Mr. Car- weekend with her mother, will be sought during the

1-327 N. Adam 1965 Cadillac. $4795 Futrell on August 7th,were roll had a pleasant sur- Mrs. Thena MacPhaul. 1967 session.
Phone 224-3211 Lot #2.1414 S. Monroe 4 door Hardtop Fleetwood, Mr. and Mts. Jerry Hedge prise visit from a friendof For further Information
Ph. 222.5656 Loaded and daughter, Valerie; Mr. his railroad days, Mr.B. about the Area Meeting in

'1965 Chevelle. $169! 1965 Chevrolet. $1792 and M-s. Keith Hodge and R. Morris and brother, your section of the state
radio, heater, CRAWFORDVILLEPERSONALS'
I
1 door. cylinder and Fred, from St.PetarJtrg.Professor
1 door with radio tiaaur and utomai'O tranimlialon. Stock daughter, Karen; Mr. contact: James Byron Mc-
Standard u.n.mJUloII. and Mrs. Harold Maiwold, Klssack, President of Arer
1 1963 Impala. $1595 196.rMonza. $1295 all of Tallahassee. Linda is Harry Kendall III, Carrabelle. Florida.
4 door Hardtop Vi radio heater I door sedan with 4 aped Irini., the daughter of Mr. and and family from Tampa Mrs/ Mable Pearce entered .
automatic tranimtuton mission radio and heater weeks vacation at Tallahassee Memor.-
power itotrtni and Air CondiUonlnf AUGUSTAVING 1962 Chevrolet $892 Mrs. Bob Stowell of Naples, spent a
their Riverside Cottage. lal Hospital Tuesday,r
4door.ed.n l-eyllnder, atralfhtehift. formerly of Sopchoppy.
:
1963 Pick-Up $895 !! radio heater. Power Mrs. Kendall's mother, MR*. 'A it'MUNOK'Mrs.
ChevroletCTllnd: r tt-ton. On $ $ Steering- Stock No. 1440. Miss-Carolyn Carrawayof Mrs. Harris, of Marianna, Sheriff W. R. Taff left
own r. Mo. TJ4W. 1961 Impala .. $895 with them. Tuesday to attend a Sheriff Marie Alexandria !
; was
1962 Chrysler. $1295 OK 4 and door automatic iedan with tranimluton radio healer Atlanta, Georgia,visited a Board of Directors Munson, age 91, of Lanark |r
Mrs.
mother Faye
New air Yorker 4 door sedan with 1961 Corvair., $182 .ier Carraway, over, the week- Miss Delinda Fairclothof meeting at Marlneland. died last Saturday night fol-
Funeral Homeof
r.l. riley
and He.tralht Telogla was a recent visitor -
Sloe k end. with her grand- Mr. and Mrs.Ralph Mar- Carrabelle had funeriservices

!1962 Corvair( $495 1962 Pick-Up. $782. mother, Mrs. J. W. Willis, tin went to pheonIx city at 3:00 P.M
itock Dum.k v.and Mrs. Roy
Ch.vroleti'loII The R
JSlocdoor Md.. with standard shpt. BACKED BYALFORDS ; Alabama last weekend to Tuesday in the LanaTV
Na 13I1A. ber T13MA. Roberts and Mr. and Mrs.W. Sr. ,
I960 Ford . $352 leave their girls for a short Community Church. The
1961 attended the
Chevrolet Combs
$895 J.
Harold Patrick officiated
Rev.
4-door sedan: automatic trant.rrlfilon Sunday visitors from vacation with their grand-
1 door V. Impala, radio heater he.ter. Siock No. Congretatlonal Association and burial followed
and elos tranamlaaion. Oneowner RI14S. last Tallahassee were Mrs.Frank parents.Dr. .
St.
held at Glen Mary -
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42 YEARS 1 1959 Ford'y.8rhllr$ weekend. Jones, with her son Evergreen cemetery 1
1960 Plymouth $595 l-door 'a 2'' and family, and Mrs. Inez Dan Spears, Dr. and Carrabelle.She .
t door Hardtop with radio, beatr Special. No. tllA. was a native of Sweden
mother Mrs. Howard Spears and
SERVICE with her ,
automatic traaamlaalon, OF andMrs.L.M.Math- Yent ,
cue $
1 162 Saab . Mr. all and had been a resides
wner clean' auto. Mrs. Florida Roberts. Mr. Mrs. Daisy Ivey of
S door: cansfoodd.lea of mlleaper I and daughter Nell,left '
ers of Lanark for the te
I960 1 Chevrolet. $592 ; tallon. No. J9IA. vacation In and Mrs. Carroll van- Denver Colorado, came past
Belalr 4 door VI with radio BOTH LOT OPIIT TILL t 00 PM 1962 Buick $795Special I I last Monday on Schoik with Mr. and Mrs. last week to attend the funeral years coming from Chic
.utCIm.U. t"'ra- FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE with Key West. Illinois. She was are
truss N. 1438A. Famous OK Quality1Year heater 4 and door automatic VI tranc1956BGMC radio Ralph Brown., of Mr. D. C. Spears. tired ago, professional Artlt

PLENTY MORE G-W Warranty $345 Mr. and Mrs. J. Mc- Myron Hodge has addeda Dale Harvey, son of Mr. and a member of the Lar
visited Mrs. Mc-
LONG TRADE5Ton pick up truck.PLENTY Laughlin sister Mrs. snack bar to his Stop and and Mrs. L. R. Harvey, ark Community Church. .
EASY TERMS MORE Laughlin's Shop stores. Jr., is home for a few Survivors are her-blast.-
Roberts, Sunday afternoon -
Delma band Munson of
days leave, from Camp Le- George '
August Uth. Lanark one Brother Da
,
June North Carolina.
The Rev. Jessee Baker ,
of Pine Rive-
Backman
ALFOR.D Miss Starr Rudd returned and family are spending Minnesota, three --gra"
home with Mr. andMrs. their vacation with Mrs. and five
children
gre
Baker's In Mississippi. Mrs. Joseph J. Harveyand
who live In parents -
jack Rowan, grandchildren and1' sever
last Friday. The Methodist pulpit son, J. D. and Bobby
Fort Myers nelces and nephews.
and Michael Sarnese of
was filled on Sunday by the
Mr.-anda.Jimmy Re- Rev. Frank Welch of Tallahassee Prospect, Pa.,who are visiting Pallbearers were Arth
Londaiu
Fred
: and In the eveningby the Harvey's went to Chapman
CHEVROLET vell and daughters, Terri Clarence Lumpp. Chart*
.
Pelt of Crawford- Perry yeaterday for the
Ocala Harry
visited
and Debbie, day. pederson, Prank 'p.leper,
Mrs. RevelTs aunt, ville. and John Walsh. ,
Mrs. L. C. Sapp, Sunday
morning. They were en- Mr. Ben Isler remains .

,2 Lots To Serve You-327 N. Ad.ams-1414 $."Mom)!?>e route to Three Rivers,Wisconsin critically ill In the Carra- ,"
belle Hospital.
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!! in, lm: TO SPEAK 'IN MIAMI' .,' .LAKE ELLEN BAPTIST CHURCH
TOP EXEC One of the most frequent .
Cad S.. Medtrt Fla. ,
problems encountered. so I Orlando Dr. : : ..
The highest salaried far by hospitals, adminis- Winters of Oak Park, ..
executive is "
reported to be
M.atsusfuta'Ch8lrman of the Board of the Matsushita Konosuke Elec- tering the new medicare Illinois, a writer-lecturer-keynote : ':August 21st, Through August 26th :., ,
be
claim will \
trlC Industrial Co. Ltd., of program Is locating traveler,
Japan His in
salary a recent September 20 at "
numbers for medicare pat
year 'was $1,226,000. lents. This Information was I the speaker 23rd annual conventionof -'.. Tinei V.:30 P. M.' ;

I given today by Lewis Gos- the Florida Fruit and ; .
sette, District ManagerforSocial Vegetable Association at REV. I.' R. HOBBY, Pastor .
Security In Tallahassee the Americana Hotel Bal

Some patients have Harbour Miami Beach,. ARBOR BAPTIST CHURCHFitzgerald .
been going to the hospital Dr. Winters has been ..
without their health insur- hailed as a theologian and
.
ance Identification card. for his work In crime pre- ,. Qt. r .
This card has their claim vention and rehabilitation.For .
My honk number printed on It and 20 years, he headedone VISITING MINISTER .. ..
n helps the hospital to sub- of the greatest Baptist ..
mit a claim for payment. churches in the country. .
Gossette asked that any- For five years, he was REV. I''.. G. "ELROD, Pastor .
knowsI one who has not gotten his chairman of the Skid Row '
health Insurance card, or Commission in Chicago. In COME, 'PRAY AND WORK FOR A GREAT
who has lost his card,check Michigan, he was appointedby
with Social Security right as chair-
the the governor IN LAKE ELLEN COMMUNITY
answers. away and get a new one. E- man of the State Crime REVIVAL
veryone should have his commission He has devot- .
card with him when he goesto ed his time since 1959 entirely -. "WHOSOEVER WILL HAY COME" .
Try) it. i: '' the hospital. This Is the to writing,lecturing. ;
+ only way he can be sure the and traveling. 1
hospital will know he has Dr. Winters, listed iIi
hospital insurance to help Who's Who In America,has
wi pay his bill. A medicare been awarded keys to 32 .
I handbook was mailed to all major cities. He has received LARGEST.LIBRARY '
people entitled to hospitalor honorary degrees

doctor bill Insurance under from three universities, The largest library in the world is the Library of Congress eon
Social Security This two of them doctors of divinity D.C. well
handbook how Capitol Hill, Washington .It contains over
explains 43U million items-including close to 14 million books and
medicare works, what ben- I
pamphlets. The two buildings cover six acres and contain .
efits are payable and what .
270 miles of book shelves.
are not. It also explainshow
to make a claim for
i reimbursement under the
doctor's bill Insurance part
of medicare and contains a
:,.1 halve! form for use in putting Ina rittl .te
claim for payment.
\ Gossette said a person
And should not wait until he becomes NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF
you're ill to read the hand-
book. He should read It now
so he will know what pan of ELECTRICCOOPERATIVE

right as usual his can medical depend expenses on medicare he TALQUIN

paying.

If you have any ques- INC.
tions about Medicare or
-
: other social security mat- ,
'I.
\ ters, you can see a representative -
from Talla- YourANNU.AL
hassee at the Crawfordv11le
Courthouse, at 9:30 a.m,
There might be a.few things we don't know, but we on Wednesday, September
14. .
know everything'about, bankingl! That's! why you're so confident They will be glad to help MEETINGWILL

when you come to us.You know-that we know what were.' doingl! you in any way possible
.
Savings Accounts, Checking Accounts, a Complete loan Service, '
BE HELD
Safe Deposit Boxes, Travelers Checks, expert Financial. Advicei -
G nxnrN
whatever your banking n.ed'we're. ready to help. .' 'fooL'frz

Remember the:name, of our bank the next time you're '(d,. Saturday August 20thAT

looking'for-Full Banking Services. Many fine people dot '\r.1, "\. ,

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LEWIS STATE BANK ftw I THELIVESTOCK

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I' "Sorry, sir-no demonstra S Quincy 'Florida
lions on that model.. ." .

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WE SERVE ARE COOLED ELECTRICALLY...,! I Ham.burgers.Cold ,

Drinks,

Don't you need cool comfort? Cake and Pie

a for Sale by HomeDemonstration
si _
Hot weather
Clubs
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puts your body 1sp Valuable Prizes of Gadsden County

under stressMakes i'
I Include
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heart
your
\ Upright Freezer.
work harderto BusinessTelevision
Clothes Dryer.
keep your Meeting Begins

temperaturenormal at 8:00 p.m.
and Others

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Makes you
GUEST SPEAKER
lose sleep
DON FUQUA
I Tires you out.

Slows you down. ; MEMBER OF CONGRESS .
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FROM FLORIDA'S SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT
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FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION
Ie1MYMMV.' .NM.N.Ow./Kn.CW.M''. { ; IMPORTANTMEMBERS

AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC ARE.INVITED. MEM..

BERS.TO REGISTER, MUST HAVE THEIR REGISTRATION SLIP.

Why ittw Ihii tummer?A$50.ImtilUHon allowance ff+;
.1 YOU SHOULD DETACH IT FROM YOUR ANNUAL MEETING
.' .will be given to each Florid Power Corporation euitomer
_who replace*a flame-type heating ey.tem with WHOLE HOUSE
NOTICE AND PRESENT IT AT THE REGISTRATION DESK TO
electric cooling and heeling between June l lit and Au utt 31 it.

BE IDENTIFIED AS A COOPERATIVE MEMBER.


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