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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 25, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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SCHOOL BELLS RING SCHOOL CALENDAR JUDGE HARPER I I 1
TO WILLIAMS REUNIONSET

MONDAY AUGUST 29 1966-67 i SPEAK AT MEETING I FOR OCTOBER I .

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Wakulla County School !

'. open for all children at 8:15l AUGUST __ i' Judge George Harper Dcug Williams, Jr., of!
15 First work-day for will be the
... Monday. The first day will guest speaker Panama City will serve as'
be an abbreviated schedule, teachers and other ten- .y ; at a joint meeting of the general chairman of the .-

as the custom has been hereIn months personnel. Pre- L Panacea Chamber of Commerce 63rd Williams Family Reunion -
school conference beginsfor andthepanaceaWoman's be held Saturday
to
the Students i be
past. teachers. 1 Club on Friday night the fameGalilee
llsmlssed at 12:00 noon. October 1. at
The principal of each 19-County wide meeting. 1 at the clubhouse at 8:00 Tabernacle

school asks that any child- District F.E.A. meeting in ear P.M. Doug Is a direct descendant -

ren not previously enrolled Tallahassee. Judge Harper will speakon of Andrew Elton Williams -
I 26End of pre-school [ Constitutional Revisionand
be brought to school, a pioneer Jackson
for registration on that day, conference. ; Its effect on Florida. Countian, and traces his

along with other students 29-Pupil registration.1st y, a Mrs. C. C. Cornett, Wo- ancestry back to William
signed up. day of pupil attendance. man's Club president, has Williams, who was the son

previously Busses will pick up on 1st day for school buses to invited members of civic of Andrew Elton and Doug's

regular runs and will stu- run regular routes. e fati organizations throughoutthe Great Grandfather.

dents after the half day county to attend the Doug Is a native of
lession. SEPTEMBER3Labor : meeting. Graceville and graduatedfrom
Day (School the University of
.
Holiday). Florida In 1952. He mar-
26-20th clay of pupil at- x 1 JOT CORPORATION ried the former Betty San-
ATTEND ,
TEACHERS tendance. of first attendance -
i i HARTERED dusky of Bonifay, Florida.

PRE-SCHOOL SESSION month. g j ''I Secretary of State Tom Leading this year's par-

the schools don'topen I ade of Florida Officialdomand'
Though announced the
OCTOBER1030th Adams today
principal speaker Is
for children teachers have until day of pupil at- t _\ r -1 chartering of the following Broward Williams, State
Monday,
tendance. End of 1st six- corporation
com-
Treasurer-Insurance
been hard at work for two weeks. \ \\ Ochlocknee Bay Volunteer
pii1 missioner. Born In Grace
weeks preparing which for child-the 14-Evaluation Day(Pupil :: Fire Department, Inc., vile and educated In Marion -
first days on
Office
NP 11,351. Post
Holiday). and the Univer-
ren will report. SHELTER MANAGEMENT COURSE-:"--Rev. William R". Box 235 panacea 'Florida county
25-40th day of pupil at- Flury of the Smith CreekMt. sity of Florida, he also isa
IS the first
August was tendance. End of 2nd attendance Elon Baptist Church is filling out the first enrollment paper for a Civil Defense 32346 (Wakulla County). direct descendant of Andrew -
day for teachers throughout month. course by the Florida State Filed August 16, 1966 by
the and teach- management provided University Civil Defense Exten- Elton Williams. Williams -
worked county In, their sion Service which Is open to all Pastors of Wakulla County, Others shown left to Honorable Harry G. Smith, will speak on the
assigned -
ers schools on that day. NOVEMBER2260th right are R. E. Culbertson assistant co-ordinator, Rev. Flury, Rev. A. V. pickern, Ochlocknee Shores, Pana- ,usual subject History of
day of pupil at- Panacea First Baptist Church and R. C.,Stewart-Sidney, coordinator Civil Defense cea, Florida. Purpose: To the Williams Clan. Over
The next day Mr.Ron Kreu- tendance. End of 3rd attendance University of Florida. Any Pastor wishing to enroll for this course which starts safeguard against, protect the years, speakers have
len, a Florida Education month. End of 2nd August 29-30 should contact Civil Defense Director And combat fire hazards
staff member W. S. Schley, panacea. been advised that their sub-
Association
and fire. Subscribers E.
talked with all the teachers Holiday six-weeks.begin Thanksgiving at close of AID FOR CUBAN Phillip Hansen,Ochlocknee Williams ject must Family.pertain to the

about the teaching profes- school day. REfUGEESl1 I I II Open Letter 1 Shores; Harry G. Smith, The Williams Reunion,

sion In this state. This rear resume. ASKEP OF Paul Harvey Ochlocknee Shores; both of steeped In tradition, findsa

morning was period followed of by instruction a Wa--' Last Sunday the Baptist Editors Note: The column 'are sweeping admittedly Com Willis panacea Route, Florida 1, Crawfordvllle. ; and A. R.- ,, new glow each year In

kulla County Education Association DECEMBER. ministers of Wakulla county published below written by Paul munlst literature! from our litter I Florida. the singing of old songs as
15- Christmas Holiday voiced a plea for use-
fellow-
ed streets. the clan mingles In
Shade publish
meeting at Harvey was originally
begin at 1:00 P.M. able articles for the Cuban RAYMOND BROGUE
vllle High School,Mrs.Inez ed in the Natchez Democrat I Forgive us for not knowing ship.
Walker presiding. refugees in South Florida. nn July 21, IJfcS on Editorial what Ha wre talking abstt! Mr. Raymond Browne, The day-long program
JANUARY received will be
Wakulla Springs hoste Articles Page. Due to the hundreds of Georgia: When you were photographed age 40, of Calumet City, that brings members together -
2-Classes resume. distributed by the Baptist
around the old Gal-
teachers the be In the act of turning
new to countyon requests that it republished Illinois died last Monday
6-80th day of pupil attendance Home Mission of Miami. chit ilee Tabernacle is the
It below btck crowds of marching sort
17 )
Wednesday, August we are reproducing morning in the Veteran
end of 4th attendance The request was in response could of nobody wants
dren-we not control our day .to
Mr. Frank Fagin, managerof Dear Dixie: Hospital in Lake City,
the Springs, hosted a month. of an urgent plea Can possibly find It In elves. "The very idea," The Florida. He was the son of I miss and judging from
20-90th day of pupil at- from the Rev. Hubert Huntof you '.
: Chicago press editorialized the crowd, few do.
highly Interesting morningof sIncere Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
tendance. End of third six- the Miami organization. your heart to accept: our should Cra-
"that b8
tours and exhibitions,the weeks. End of first semes- Cooperating In the Wa- apology? When there was race considered youngsters a menace sufficient ven of Lanark Village. | SPRING CREEK CHURCH
expense of which was borne ; rioting In Little Rock Arkansas Funeral services were
kulla drive are the i SETS HOMECOMING
County to justify the use of tear gas<< !
by the Springs. The after- ter.27Evaluation convinced that the held Thursday afternoon at
we were
Day(Pupil churches of the 2nd Dis-
Now in
our own asphalt jungle
noon was spent touring the callousness. Our 3:00 P.M, in the R. ,
Holiday). I trict of the Florida Baptist MUM was we have seen Negro young. L. Riley The Primitive Baptist
San Marco de Appalache In Funeral Home in
chapel
Church of Creek'will
Spring
Association. goInsistedrtharthe aters of f, 10, 11-advance on
Museum at St. Marks. A'(FEBRUARY Local pastors who gave Chic only police with drawn guns or broke Carrabelle. The Rev. Har- have a Homecomingon
highlight of this tour was 6-100th two reasons for Negro restive- old Patrick officiated and Sunday 28.
of August
day pupil at- the call from the pulpit en bottles screaming, "Kill
explanations of the diggings tendance. End of 6th attendance were: the Rev. S. A. Cox-, ness were your segregated WhItey!" burial followed in Ever- It will begin at 11:00
being conducted adjacent to schools and your stubborn lOVernor' green Cemetery. 'and the speaker will be the
month. End. of 4th well, Crawfordvllle; the I And we used gas and club
the museum by the Florida six-weeks Hall We In Chicago, with Integrated American Legion Ser- Rev. Cordwell from Tal-' '
Rev. O. G. and dogs and and, Cod
State University Archae- 13-JEvaluation Day (pupil py; the Rev. Will SOPChOP-j schools and, .very lib forgive us, what guns else could WPto vices were heldWednesdayat laha see, Dinner will' be
ology department. eral governor are now writhingin 7:00 P.M. in R. L. Riley spread on the
with
holiday). Spring holidaysfor Smith Creek the Rev. grounds,
; < Can you Georgia, forgive
Teachers from the third the agony of race rioting. Funeral Home ChapeL He singing in the
instructional aftemool4IAltme..mbers
personnel Panacea
Dickey *
George ; too
Florida Education Assoc seek to set our house us, lifetime
was a
And as we member of and former
close
begin. at of regularday. the Elrod Me-
Rev. P. G. ,
iation district which Includes headlines We tried the patience we had the
!In order we cope your American Legion Post members are invited
i
dart and the Rev. A. V. to attend -
Wakulla County,assembled 16-F.E.A. Ccinvention.20Classes Plckern; Panacea. I will be kinder to us than preached. Honest, we did. W* #330 In Calumet City, ill., I and enjoy this day of
at Westcott Aud- Resume. ours were to you. tried so desperately that seven and a Veteran of World War |fellowship. )J.I
their
Also lending sup- pollcmen were shot the other I _
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itorium, Florida State University And when a Mississippi -$---- '- '
port to the venture are the night, two of them through the
drowned
for professional APRIL gro boy wa found we
meetings until noon on 6-140th day of pupil attendance following Woman's organizations Club:' In Chicago called this the "In back. So, In the end, we re
Thursday, while Friday afternoon end of 7th attend- panacea evitable result ol a white-su sorted to methods more brutal r
was taken up witha ance month., panacea Chamber of Com' premacy tradition." Now a Ne- than yours .But, don't you see, !

county-wide administrate of merce, Panacea Volunteer gro girl 14 and pregnant, has we had to!
20-150th day pupil at-
ive meeting In the air conditioned tendance. End of 5th slx- Fire Department,Sopchoppy been shot to death on the front, And our mayor listened to
library of Craw-!. weeks. Volunteer Fire Depart- porch of her own home In Chicago -the Negroes' leaders, as he so
fordvlUe High School. ment, and the Crawford- -and we are confused and often admonished you to do. He
28-Evaluation
Day(Pupil
Monday, August 22, representatives Holiday) vllle Fire Department. ashamedand frightened. had listened, he had made compromises *
from the __ What are we doing wrong: and concessions and tii

Lanier Corporation, Mr. MAY HUNTER RITES HELD that has made eight square he had offered sacrificial police '

John Delvech10 andMr. Bob 5-160th day of pupil attendance Mrs. Martha Rebecca miles of our city battleground! officials and school officials -

Hamrlck, conducted in ,'end of 8th attend- Hunter, 75, died Tuesdayat Help us, if you can fine It la but they kept coming from so
hurt heart to help. directions with
structional sessions on the ance day. Tallahassee Memorial your own many sopmanvdemands

use of visual aids pur JUNE'2180th Hospital after a long Illness. And Alabama, when your I and then demand
chased last state photographed Ing to keep the fire hydrant*
year with federal day of pupil at- police were
funds from the Ele- subduing rioters with nightsticks gushing for their playing chit
of 9th attend
tendance. End A native of Georgia,Mrs.
I most critical
dren during the city's
mentary and Secondary Education ance month. End of 6th six- Hunter had lived in Craw Chicago's boldface front I % ;Hy'
Act of 1964. condemned for "In drought.Dear ,'
These pages you
weeks. End of 2nd
semester. ford ville with her
daughter, have
Dixie, perhaps we
Illinois
were held in three school defensible brutality. Now
End of 1966-67 school
centers over the county- for Mrs. J. K. Moore, for a State Police have resorted not yet learned fully to appreciate

at 9:00 AJri. a session was year:5-Post upuils.School Confer- number of years. She wasa to armored can and crackingskulls what you have been trying
held at Shadevllle for member of the First Bap- and shooting to kill to do to effect evolution without
ence begins for teachers.
tist Church In Crawford has alleged revolution-but or whatever belated *
Shadeville ,and St. Marks Your governor
12-Post School Confer-
ville. comfort It be, from
fomenting may
"Communists are
teachers at 1:00 that
; P.M. two
ence ends. Last work-day
sessions were conducted Survivors are one daughter this strife." We scoffed. our glass house we will not bi
for teachers and other ,
simultaneously at Craw- months ten-J Mrs. J. K. Moore of tow 13 Negroes of Chicago'sWest throwing any more stones at ,t'' .
personnel.
fordvllle for Crawfordville crawfordville; four grand Side have been charged '', you. .

teachers and at Sopchoppy PARK children Including Mrs. with 'plotting treason." Wes .for'a while. Ig et

High School for Sopchoppy RD Ann Henderson of Tallahassee -

and Buckhorn teachers. APPLIES FOR FEDERAL ; and 11 great. I

The other four days of GRANT IN YOUTH CORPS grandchildren and several: TREES ARE A CROP IN NORTH FLORIDA
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this week were epentworking nelces and nephews. This year marks'the and diseases.
The State Cabinet has Funeral services were pests,
In assigned schools twenty-fifth anniversary of
by authorized Today, this same land is
the Florida held at 3:00 p.m.'Thursday -
the various teachers the most comprehensiveand
,prin- replanted and under con-
cipals, secretaries and Park Board to apply fora at the First Baptist constructive tree- stant forest
federal grant to continue Church in Crawfordville, managementto
custodians. .1.1CRAIFORDWLE growing program ever undertaken
/ participation in the Neigh- with the Rev. S. A. Cox- in provide repeated cropsof
any country -
timber and for
pulpwood
borhood Youth Corps well and Elder Emmett
program The American Tree Farm And
at a cost of $547,828 Whaley officiating. Burial papermaklng. even
for the coming year. will follow in Crawford- System. more encouraging, in the
The first land selected to
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last
I
twenty-five ,
PERSONALS years
State
Parks Director vile
Bill Cemetery.
express the potential of the
Mr. and Mrs Robert Miller said the application pallbearers are Ellge forest industries more than 29,000 certified
.. conceptof
Sarnese and family of to the United Hunter Tree Farms -- totalling
States Depart Hunter, Harvey 'trees as a crop" was In 67 of
million
Prospect, Pa. are. visiting ment of Labor wllj provide Gilbert Gowdy, Wilmer Montesano, Washington. over. acres

Mrs. Sameie parents, federal financing for the Godby, Carl Rehwinkel, and Much of the 120,000 acresin established.forest lands have been Pretty Wane Colston, daughter Mr. and Mrs.Her

Mr., and'", Mrs, Joseph J. NYC program, using high Emmett Ferrell, Jr. this first Tree Farm was Now the ,American Tree man E. ColatonofSaraaotacarries the title of Miss Florida *

Harvey. school dropouts in park McClendon Funeral HomeIs in poor condition because Farm System extends to for the coming year She won the Miss Sarasoti
work. In charge of arrangements crown in her first beauty
of inadequate management, each of the 48 contiguous contest. She will compete Inl
and the ravages, ; of insect states the Miss America contest In Atlantic City in Septembf _

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,.VLAKIJLLA COUNT NEWS' LEGAL NOTICE / LEGAL NOTICE .E't1f.IB: \1', .

eTIURSDAiL &!!!!!L!L!!!! .J In the Court of the Count/ ;

Judge, Wakulla County, Florida NOTICE OF ELECTIONBe FLORIDAlTSTATESophia _.
In Probate. .,
It known that I. Tom Ad-
IN REt Estate of ams,. Secretary of tate of the SPECIALS, FRI.. SAT-

E. J. Langston, State of Florida, do hereby give Now showing
WAKULLA Deceased.To notice that a GENERAL ELECT NOW SHOWING -

All Creditors and Person ION will be held In Wakulla

COUNTY NEWS Having Claims or Demands A- County, State of Florida, on Loren "THE FAT SPY" REGISTER NOW FOR FREE PLAID STAMPS
galnst Said Estates Tuesday next succeeding the

Telephone WA4Mt Mm You and each of you are hereby first Monday In November, A. David Niven with DRAWING LABOR DAY SEPT 5, 1966

notified and required to present D., 1966, the said Tuesday being Paul Newman .
Dillcr
any claims and demands the EIGHT Phyllis FIRST PRIZE. . . 6000 STAMPS
(t which you, or either of you, Ing the EIGHTH DAY OF NOV- in Jack E. Leonard
have the estate of EMBER, to fill the
may against following PRIZE. 4000 STAMPS
deceased offices Brian DonltvyJayn. SECOND . . .
E. J. Langston, late "LADY L"
of said County, to the County Representative in Congress for .' Mansfield .
FRED L. KKICHTLEY. .PUBLISHES Judge of Wakulla County, Florida the Second Congressional Dis- THIRD PRIZE. . . 2500 STAMPS ,

.EDITOR at his office in the court trict.
J. D. HARVEY house of said County at Craw- Three ((3)) Justices of die Supreme FOURTH PRIZE. . . 1500 STAMPS
man DIIYI.II'OUTDOOR
HIGHWAY CAPITOL
foidvllle Florida within six Court
,
,
ltinteted at CrswfortvM., n6rlda. calendar months from the time Three ((3))Judges of the District 01 WOOBVHI! NWT. FIFTH PRIZE. . . 1000 STAMPS
M second class mtttSub.cripSion of the first publication of this Court of Appeal for the Fist

rate: $3.00 per year notice. Two copies of each Appellate District
------------ claim or demand shall be in Four (4( ) Judges of the TODAY. FRI. G SAT NOW SHOWING

writing, and shall state the Second Judicial Circuit Fresh
place of residence and post office State Senator Fifth Senatorial John Wayne Dean Martin James Coburn Dick Shawn A: '

tJeed. address of the claimant District
If You
and shall be sworn to by the State Senator Sixth Senatorial in WHAT DID YOU DO IN FRYERS lb29lfe. :

Office Supplies claimant, his agent, or attorney District "SONS OF KATIE.ELDER" THE WAR, DADDY?"
fee State Senator Eighth Senatorial _
Office Furniture accompanied by a filing -
of one dollar and such claim or District and
and .
Business Machines demand not so files shall be State Senator Twenty-fifth Senatorial Sirloin STEAK. 19c
8.. or Call void. District Stuart Whitman-Susannah York Steel Angela Douglas"SANDS I

WHALEYat Ill Amos Langston Two ((2)) Members of the Houseof In _Tommy

RANEY As Administrator of the Estateof RepresentativesTwo OF THE KALAHARA'B "DREAM MAKER" PORK CHOPS= nEHdTCttt 79c
.
E. J. Langston, deceased. ((2) Members of the Boardof I .
CAPITAL OFFICE 4t-7/2l.28.8/4.11. County CommissionersThree

EQUIPMENT CO. : ((3)) Members of the Boardof .
.
Public InstructionIn CHUCK ROAST . . LB . .59t

102 E. JEFFTflSCN -UGAL NOTICES I Testimony Whereof I have

:223: S. ADVUS: In the Circuit Court of the Second hereunto set my hand and affixed R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME DELMONTE CATSUP. . 20 OZ..29t

Judicial Circuit of Flori- I the Great Seal of the I
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA da, In and For Wakulla Coun State of Florida, at Talla- Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director TOMATOES 303 CAN: : ::2FOR..33t

ty.. In Chancery.No. the hassee Fifteenth, the Capital day of,August this- Phone 697-3366 HUDSON NAPKINS. 200 COUNT.' .29d


1389.DIVORCE 1966.TOM ADAMS "i CARRADELLE, FLA. NABISCO FIG NEWTONS. LB. . 39SWEET
HENRY WILLIAMS Betty Mae Jackson,
SECRETARY OF STATE "
24 HOUR
REALTYReg. vs.Plaintiff, I 4t-8/19,26, 9/2,9. AMBULANCE SERVICE"SERVING

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Ernest Willie Lee Jackson, -- -- WAKUILA'fyDUNTY TOTAtCHS Ib. 15c

Defendant. LEGAL NOTICEIN ,

Real Estate BrokerSt. NOTICE TO APPEAR I r

Marks. Fla. i State of Florida tot THE CIRCUIT COURT OF

Ernest Willie Lee Jackson, THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Taa ts nus Moeaoa
Phone 741 I 21121 Drive OF FLORIDA, IN AND SOPCHOPPy NEWS BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL
Forty-fifth Bay
... s..a..aP
I REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES Side You, are Long hereby Island notified, N. Y. that a I FOR CHANCERY.No.WAKULLA 1392. COUNTY IN By Louise C. Sapp NOTEBOOK PAPER. .400.CT..89t

suit for divorce has been brought .
WASHINGTON .r The Older: Adult Ladles'
Associate: Mae Jack- James Lee ,
against by Betty
you School Class of the
W. M' Hatcher, Sr. son, In the Circuit Court of Wa- Plaintiff, Sunday
kulla Florida and Vs. First Baptist Church of .
County, you
Phone V4 63201 are hereby required to file with Ethel Lee WASHINGTON, Sopchoppy surprised Mrs. I

V1 the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof Defendant. Carrie Drucllle Stalnaker,

HAVE HAMRICK said county your written defenses DIVORCE age 80, with a birthday par- '

if in said suit and Tuesday ORDERS
AGENCY any ORDER OF PUBLICATIONYou ty evening Aug- MONEY
.URANCE! to serve a copy of same on A. L. worldnews ust 16, In her home. Those

Porter, Crawfordville, Florida, are hereby notified that i 'I present from her Sunday
AUTOMOBILE attorney for plaintiff, on or before complaint for divorce has bee School Class were Mrs.

BONDS die 5th day of September, filed against you in the Circuit Mae Lawhon Miss Hattie
A. D. 1966. Herein fail not ora SHOP LOCALLY AND JSAYFPIGQTL'S
Court of Wakulla County, Florida Mae Lawhon Mrs. Mary I
CASUALTY decree confesso will be *
pro in Chancery. You are hereby required -
tered against you. en-I i to file (personallyOl'byattorn'y in Roberts, Mrs. Mary Tucker STORE :
'MARINE WITNESS the Honorable W. Mrs. Alcona Berry
May Walter, one of the judgesof ) with the Clerk of sale Mrs. Eloise Strickland, l\fEnART' :
FIRE Court, and send a of the
said court and die seal thereof same to the attorney copy for plaintiff f@cus Mrs. Bessie Kemp, Miss .- I
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PHONE 877-3108 at Crawfordville, Florida, your written defenses, if any, Clara Brown Mrs. Nina' Mr. and Mrs. Braxton-, Mrs. Fay Rouse Mrs.Walter
this 28th day of July., A. D. to the Aplln, Mrs. T. W. Beasley ,
complaint In said cause, Barwick and Mr. and Mrs. and Mark
Clark son ,
1831 E.Tenn. St Box 187: 1966.s. on or before September 1966. (Dink), Miss Lilla Mae Gilbert Barwick have returned ;
/ Moody Pearce Mrs. O. C. Dunlap.and Janet
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fall Stalnaker
not or judgement by --- and the Rev. 0.
; TALLAHASSEE. FLA. Clerk Circuit Court, from a tour throughthe dccaelon
The
default will be entered again The Chrktlon Sctoic Monitor G. Hall and Mrs. Hall. Dunlap.
Wakulla County, Florida I One Norway St, Button,Man.0211S 1 mountains of North was enjoyed by all who attended -
you.
Mrs. Florida Roberts
TERRY HARRIS (W/4.11.18.25.SEAL! ) I WITNESS my hand and seal oJ Plow enter my tubicrlption to the special guest. Presentswere wasa grand Carolina time.They Cherokee reported and a presents were pre-
said Court at Crawfordville, Wa- sented. Lunch was spread
Monitor for the piled chocked below presented. They were
Home. lirlng. fc1? NOTICE kulla County, Florida, dds SOIL I IwxIoMl '_n lu.s fundt'' served delicious birthday of Gatllnburg were high points I under the huge oaks.
Interest also
Apptlanc.Repair day of August, 1966. cake and Ridge-I
punch by Mrs.
Notice Is hereby given Itl Moody Pearce Q I YEAR $24 Q < month $12 Mae Lawhon and Mrs.Mary crest. I Happy to have Mrs. Arva

.1l9jlectric, ; Theta. that the Board of County Moody Pearce D 3 month. $6 Roberts. Prayer was giv- Nell Sanders home after

Commissioners of Wakulla Clerk Circuit Court Norn_.. _n__ ___ en by Brother Hall and all The Methodist WSCS undergoing surgery at the
County will set as a Boardof Wakulla County, Florida gave an Open House Reception Tallahassee Memorial
.
Route 1 Sot 34 I
.. __ Joined In to sing 'Happy
Str t. _______ Sunday afternoon
Sopchoppy Flo'"}* Equalization on Friday, J.H. Hudson Birthday' and 'Blessed Be Hospital last week.
;Jie 2nd of .._ I honoring Alfred and Juan-
Phone..W-244! day September, P.O. Box 66Crawfordvlllc City the Tie That Binds'.
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at the hour of 10.00 o'clock Fla. Roddenberry's new
Mr. and Mrs. Buster Ma-
zsP cod..L_,_ Others dropping in dur-
home
i Attorney for Plaintiff. 2'ote. .: recently constructed -
this the weekend in
1k, la' a.m.Attest: Moody Pearce 4t-8/18,25,9/1,8. ing the day were granddau- on the site of the late spent
Jacksonville Mr.
visiting
Linda
ghter Gale Jones and
Alfred Revell's
.
Wakulla- Clerk County circuit, Florida Court "The move to find work for ::..SAFETY her from husband Franklin, There were about home.fifty and Mrs. Archie Jones.

all is exceeded by those who Troy, Alabama; guests and relatives who
! fi. Mrs. J. W. Willis Is
granddaughter-in-law Jeri
SENTRY came from
are not all for work.DonMajor 3:00 til 500
vacation from
Roddenberry and spending a
great-
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COLD FACTS According to Thurston County BY JANE DAVIS granddaughter, Cindy, an<' p.m. They received many her store visiting her sis-
the most recent research, mote (Wash) Independent. Director of Consumer Services nice gifts. Cake and lime of
than 100 different viruses are I Robert Lee Davidson,from sheroert punch was served ter, Mrs. Edna Riesch,
Sentry Insurance
known to cause the common cold. "When you help someone up Tallahassee; Lottie and during the reception. Wewahltchka.Mrs. .

"I shoot golf in the low 70'a. And women it seems, are more hill, you, too, are closer to the Back To.Scltool Safety Ernest Roddenberry and
susceptible to colds than men. top.-Frank Bridges The their son, David; and the Lela Sutton of
U it feti any colder I Children will soon be heading Happy Birthday to Willie -
quit" Smithville (Tex.) Times, :..."" back to school. Parents should Rev. Roy Rochester and his Mae Porter, Jim Mor- Fernandina, Florida, was a
I take certain precautions to wife. rison, Herschell Anderson recent guest of Mrs.Norma
Tallahassee Business Firms ,
safeguard their youngsters' Ray Graham Rudd. she enjoyed renew-
health and safety while they Agriculture teacher Bob Latrelle ing old friendships.Mrs. .
are at school and during those Greener has returned home Gray, James Burges, William
hours when they are traveling C.Harden,EmmaMa-
DIRECTORYPATR to and from school. after visiting his parents this, D. J. Daughtry SallfeDykesofTal-
As an aid t6 parents Sentry and other relatives who live Langston and Joseph lahassee Is visiting among

Insurance offers several] tips: In Tyler, Texas. Rudd. Tlllman her old friends this week.
a Make certain each child has
TIESE received a complete health HOLD 'ER STEADY,
: ADVERTISERSF
examination and The Rev. Jimmy Rogers
booster Sopchoppy Lions .1
shots to prevent polio, small- and wife of Jacksonville attended ing the District attend SNAPSHOOTERS
Governors
pox. diphtheria whooping the Congregational
(Lions
-I cough and tetanus. ) Meeting which was
R M Holiness church in Sop-
Children riding bicycles to held Sunday, August 7
last at
choppy where the
rr : 0.1. GRAMLING school should be drilled in all week the Holiday inn In downtown l
the rules of the road. In ad. Rev. Rogers replaced for Panama
FEEDSFlint ., & CO. dition their bikes must be in the service the regular were city, Florida -
President
I top mechanical condition A pastor, the Rev. Roy Rochester Robert
basket or carrier should be Roddenberry, Treasurer
who Is
Service for In
One-Stop visiting
, standard equipment to Laurice Roberts and .
River Mill carry Chief- I
C.IUJ10US 1MUFiES Feed Seed Fertilizer books and lunches. Georgia. The Rev. Mr. of-Police Claxton
1011 8. Uonro J h. 2830274BakerAlford CONCREll Foultry Supplies Your youngster should bt Rogers la the Sunday School Jr. Vause,
I taught to accept the author Evangelist for the Divisionof
fAUAMAlftl Garden Tools ity and obey those people Holiness '
Congregational
_. --.- hired to protect him:-his W. C. Harden and Harold
So. Adams at 9.A.LR.R.Cro.sing teachers, the crossing guard, Churches of Florida. Miawald were honored s
the driver of the school bus. a birthday with
Co. I Warn school children Mrs. Earl Martha patty Sunday
never ( )
.
August 21
Light Wttgkt and RtputarConor Phone
at the
never to accept a ride from a Taunton of Alexandria City home of
Tit Paiti H 1l'o" *** Block, stranger. Hitchhiking should the W C. Hardens.
Anything for your auto, truck be explicitly forbidden. Alabama along with her those ;present Among .
or trsctor Also for your power Hanson, Wood" and a Thoughtful parents realize children, are visiting her Mrs. carl wereMr.and wool,

lawnmower, and much for your Iloel Ind.,Inc. school is an abrupt change parents, Mr. andMrs. Bun-. Mrs Revell and family The family photographer
boat. S Adams St. at for a beginner. Explain. to ny Simmons. Vassie Revell, hunt the time or Inclination to
208 N. Adams St. Ph. 222.3380 'Tel 222-6840 P. 0..Pslxtaeel your child what ha can ex Mr and Mre. G. W. ReveU tote a tripod along on vacation I
pect in school;; take him for of Dothan, cn become aa steady as the Rock!
.. Alabama'
an advance visit to meet his Mrs. Lou Short,formerly mr. and Mrs. of Gibraltar by following a simple
teacher if possible. If ha will of Sopchoppy but now residing ley and W. E. Wha. trick uaed by professionals
be walking to school I, take In Panacea was admitted family, Mrs. Harold By holding the earner firmly in
him and walk over the best to the Carrabelle Miawald Mr and Mrs. both hands and then locking the
Yaeger, (nci Little Folks Store, route pointing out safe ways Hospital afternoon.Mr. Ben Roddenberry, Mr.and arms to the side, camera data II
Sunday .
Inc. to cross Intersections. Mrs Ray Dunlap lessened and slides or moriM will
"The Capital's J /O' Alwsys remember that the Ben Isler remains In fly, Mrs. BW and fam be crisp and clear erery time.Even .
Majors for Minors" O O responsibility for a child's the CarrabelleHospitaland daughter Dunlap and with new fast color films
JUt/ra"e onJ BonJi CMJrrii Furnituri. Toys, safety ultimately rests with his still Is In critical condi Vid Mr andMre Da- Uk* Dynachrome M. a earners

I' .. -'- Gam.,. Hobbttt J MAP US COMPETE parents. Make certain your tion. Dunlap and sons, Mr held at arm's length invite blurs,
TaYlor
Baby Acetiionti youngsters' school days art Whaley, the squlcgie and wasted film. This
214 8. Adams St Tel. 222 4680 Rev
133 N. Monroe St Ph 222- is? F4lUN4SSff good 014 golden rule days. md Mrs. JUlie Baker lame trick will improve borne

I l Annie and movies too. giving fflem Jell the
-"' waldyMrgispa Mia look
{ of scenes shot aboard a rubber -
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SET FOR which to determine the .CRAW FORDVILLE ; ; -
Setwhlch the
screening PERSONALS' lh Old 1m APPROVES
ACADEMY .EXAMSSenatof'Spessard given SOCIAL SECURITY nEWS
to Florida applicants. Because Robert Moore of Atlanta I' 1 if f11rikE' REOKSTS FORRATE <

Hollanc of this requirement, Georgia, has returned 'Big Bend residents who / CJMVGES3taie:
announced today that all no extensions of time for home after spending a week are nearing their 65th
Florida boys desiring to receipt of these applicat- with his grandparents, Mr. birthday can have the pro- Treasurer-lnsurt -
take the Civil Service ions can be made.' and Mrs. Charlie Tucker. tection of the Doctor'" Bill t oi,ce Commissioner Brovran1 -
screening er nlnatfon pre All Crested parties Insurance part Medicare WIllI liminary to his consider- who have not yet filed applications I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil at the earliest dtu, onlyIf three requests for insurance -
ation for appointment to for Wright If the t rate changes this
admission to are vacationing In they sign: up during
the national service acad- the various service academies Calvert City Kentucky,for AIRLINE STRIKE-Sen. "Flattery is a commoditythat three month i-rfcue tney I month, two for homeowners
emies located at West In the summer of three weeks. Frank J. Lausche (D-Ohio) makes everybody sick ex become 6V Lewis Cos- I j iant' one for nondrlnklng

Point. New York (Army), 1967 should immediately said, "The airline industry in cept those who swallow it.." ( sette, Social Security District drivers.
Annapolis, Md. (Navy), write Senator Holland for Jean Ann Shaeffer ol the main is still tied up. I think Manager Ir. TaHahaasee The three filings were
Colorado Springs, Colorado the necessary forms In order Mansfield, Alabama, has the time is at hand when courage said rcxJaj .11 They wait made by the Multi-Line
(Air Force) and Kings that they can be returned been visiting Mr. and Mrs. must exercised by public My Neighbors to sign up during: th -nontn (Insurance Rating Bureau,
point. New York(Merchant! prior to the Septem- G. W. Tully, Mr. and Mrs. officials. We cannot continueto they become 6:, *r later, Nationwide Mutual Fire In-
I Marine), must have their ber 15 deadline. In conclusion B. W. Becton of Panacea, tolerate sovereign power being their proiecttoi, under the su.ence Co., ar.d referred
completed application! the Florida legis- and relatives.Her visit was exercised by labor unionsin 'Doctors' Bill Insurance' Risk Mutual Insurance Co.
, forms in his office 421 lator stated that those applying for two weeks. defiance of the rights of 190 atG will not begin until some Mul'1-Llne received an
Office million Americans. More than months 65. overall increase of t% and
Old Senate Building, must score a mini. V after they are deductible of
mum the isolated airline strike is in- stated thrt the a mandatory
Washington D.C., grade of 70% on the Cossette
no later than September 15I/ standard examination in volved. Involved is the message May 31, 19o6, JeaiUv., that $50 on all claims under
1966. order to be eligible for My NeighborsJOIN that goes out to the people of received so much attentiona *500. commissioner Williams -
This deadline," stated further consideration for the Nation as to whether few months ag'>, was: only would s. id the deductible nuls-
Senator Holland, "Is man- nomination to the available government is supreme or for those people who reach- eliminate many
datory In order that the academy vacancies. whether labor leaders are supreme ed age 65 before January: 1, ante ;nd maintenance
NISWDttiYYANESihCOIeGY.fi ," 1966. that for claims if the homeownerhad
Civil Service Commissionwill -- He explained
have sufficient time In those now reaching 65, to pay the first $50.
Above $500 In claims,
there Is a &cvun month
LABELING "While the
c-f; ; he bald the would
company
period during which they
Congress is 'mis-
considering "Okay I've ushered all the pay the full amount.
M .C C LEN DON FUNERAL, I labeling,' wouldn't the dollarbe kids to bed-now help me take tor may Bill sign Irs'iraru.e'up for the 'Doe-plan Without the deductible.Commissioner ,
a good place to start?
this down before our dinner Williamssa
under Medicare. This t i:vI -
i >
Sen. Norris
queries Cotton
: arrive." : Multi-Line would
guests
HOME (R.-N. H.). I en-month period begins have sought :a 28Increase
with the third month before -
24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE e your 65th birthday overall
o. month, and ends the third I nder the approved
MAXINE STEVENS month after the 6"ici! birthday ch:nbe,
PHONE 385-1161 Tallahassee\ Flo| MASTER BEAUTICIANLOCAL month. He utged that pclicyholdcrs wculd receive -
no change in rate,
li\ GIRL everyone sign up in the I
3 would receivered
three months bfurc: his percent
.. I ictions and 30
65th birthday month, because percent
stiloarg NOW WITHBARTON'S If he wait,: ind signs would receive Increases of

up, for example, in the up to 22 percent.
OUR... month after age to, Ills Nationwide Mutual reel -
vel of Its
; approval planto
does
protection not haulm
I BEAUTY SHOP until the first day of Me tot up differentials on
WESTERN STYLE PANACEA second month, Tfter hsj 00plles. homxiwnei policing, auth-
Gossetu h.irne decreases in rates.
strongly urged tart a per-
$6.00 PERMANENT AVAILABLEEVERY 65 Nevertheless, the company's -
son nearing even tt eugh
it1tIjZiiei& he Is working full( ..time and net income under the
r WEEK THE FOLLOWING DAYS: doesn't expect to ge1. I cha':fe.: would remain theca.ne.

monthly check:', should I : .
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY THURSDAY sign up prior to his 65th 'nder the plan, policies
BOUND-UP birthday month. Tin vML; i,homes valued at under
F allow him to have both: >1 ),O00 and over $30,000
hospital and '0'0Bill' would receive 10 percent
'" ..'"'' i Insurance' inhe ices" increases and policies on

c Rid the fashion trail to FRM Ranch & Garden TUESDAY WEDNESDAYAND month he becomes 65. I. I'onj8 valued between
li you re rejuv IJ i signup J UOOOOnd $30,000 would
CtnUr-for authentic western styles tailored to THURSDAY ONLY" for Medicare, you. .:an recede 5 percent de-

4 the modern' cowboy and cowgirl ttto! o see a representative from,[I crea-u8.
Tallahassee at the Craw-' r't' erred Risk received
fordville Courthouse at :lJPl'ovalof: a 15 percent increase -

9:30 a.m. on IVed.1cFld.y,I' in collision, a 15
fc// September 14. !percent increase in liability -
ISLEES They will be g'sd: tr help i $! increase in comprehensive -
CALL YU 4-2311 PANACEA you In any way poitlnle ...d a 50-cent
t ------- ,. in.:rcase in uninsured motorist -

coverage. ,
Risk I,
because Preferred :
1 ___ __
CORDUROY
PANTS & JACKETS insures only nondrinkers

'.! v people qualify.. The
I, SUEDE AND SPLIT COWHIDE company writes only$250-
COATS & JACKETS 000 worth of business In

I r, r BANDERA HATS 4 A F Florida.
f' Afpro' al of the Increase
eft Preferred Risk cov-
l 'o
ti a SADDLES &
I>tage still approximately
BRIDLES b 11:3 I : per cent below the stan-
rate level. The total
COMPLETE inciei was estimated at

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TRADE NOW AND SAVE! !
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Specialty WEATHER FORECAST

f rhs Thirty Day Agricul-
SPECIAL PRICES! tural Weather Outlook for

the period mid August to
-W p.ice/ mid September for South
Southeast Alabama -
Georgia,
have Lot #1 1-327 N Adams 1965 Cadillac! "
2.1414 Monroe :* / ?5 and Northwest Flor-
Lot # .
mess, Phone 224.3211 1 4 door H*.Jlop. ntv, o: ida issued by the Weather
Ph 222-5656
See Our Selection; 1965dChevrolet Bureau Advisory Agricultural -
j. $1695' $1792!
1 1965 Chevelle "
wom.ns, SQUARE DANCE 1 door, a cylinder riidia rimes : N'e t urologist, Georgia -
J door with redid baler aDd ,
automatic traniml
arcs. w C'lT'tal Plain Experiment -
boys DRESSES & ACCESSORIESand standard transmnulal No 1483
1 1963 Impala. $1595 1964Monw. $1295 Station, Tifton, Georgia '
4 door Hirdtop VI, radio 1 door iedn with 4 rpufl trari Augu, r 17 1966.
S .r. automatic "utAUGUST million radio and tioitn. Temperatures dJl1ng the I
girls .; power ateerlnf and Air I 1962 Chevrolet $892
Uonlnf. period mid-August to midi

sizes. o.SEEI r 1963 Pick-Up' $895 $AVI)NGII! /dooradan:1evllnderLe, solo ttraikhahjft 'o<.ei. September are expected to I
Chevrolet Kyflmier: li'ton. On* Ste.rune.tool Ir No.Qt40. :iveraga mostly near normal -
COME owner )/0. T14W 1961 J Impala $895 over all of the Tri-'
t .1962 Chrysler $1295 OKUSED 4 and door autnmaUa ewes with traaimlnicn rjdlu n.at*.. Stale Agricultural Area.

{I a New air conditioning Yorker 4 door. radio aedaa, boater with 1961 Corvair $182 Daily mean temperatureswill
t and automatic tranimlnloo.Stock CARS Station Wagon. 4.door. italfMahlft average; between 76 and
\, Stock No 1MO and hcawi U,. 13U*.V. 82 degrees. Daily maximum -
1962 Corvair $495 1962 Pick-Up $782 temperatures will average -
I Stock door No sedan IM1A with. standard anltt. BACKED BYALFORDS Chevrolet bar T1MUA.!Mo'. .I'IC''k Bun between 86 and 93djtrees

1961 Chevrolet. $895 1960 Ford $352 with afternoon
I door VI Impala' radio heater 4.doorden: jutcmmc traiarrliilon temperatures reaching 95
and automatic tranamlaJloo. OB hea't' Stft 110. 6
R1t1! degrees or higher on to
1960 owner clean Plymouth.car. $595 t 42 YEARS 1959 Ford IIrl ? 9 days during the period.
n -door Courser 'I. ; i. Dally minimum tempera-
1 door Hardtop with radio heal.er Special No
automata tranamlaalon. ode OF SERVICE tllA. tures should average be-
owner clean auto 1962 Saab . >252:! twei 66 and 74 degrees.
A Pair of Western 1960 Chevrolet' $592 door alien; run,,NtOt'age 1< n "( miles rainfall during the next
Try Sal.lr. door VI with radio. OTH LOTS SPIN TILLS 00 P.M 196.1
heater and automatic Uanimlealon FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Buick $7 )5 30 days will continue to
t Boots For Real Comfort! I PLENTY'MORE Stock No 14MA Famous OK Quality!l heater Special 4 and dour autnm M withadio.ur. trail, vary widely from place topldU'
1 1-Year G-W Warranty but should average
LONG 1956"CMC $345 between 3.50 and 5.50 ove]
TRADESTo" pick ui> .."ck. ill of the Trl-State Area
NOCONA BOOTS EASY TERMS PLENTY' MO FALmRD I Burring; mostly as show
ers and thundershowers but
ACME BOOTS with one or two periods of
e general rain. I

WESTER BOOTS Sunshine during the per
iod is expected to averageat
cut 65 percent of possible
with no periods of extended


RANCH and CHEVROLET cloudiness.Soil temperatures during .I
mid-August to mid eptem- .
F.R.M ber are expected to begin a
l v FARM CENTER I Blow drop but will main-
tain averages between 85
2, ton To Serve Ypu-327 N.Ad.ms-41t' S. 1M and 90 degrees until the end
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AND WORSHIP AT THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE ? i ,

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i CHURCH DIRECTORY FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH r itcHDPPy.; ;.
LAKE j '
ELLEN OTTER CREEK RIVER, SINK CHURCHRev.
,,
I Rev. S. f'
A. .. .
Prepared Coxwell. Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH -
by HOLINESS -- -
:t. Sunday School Rev. CONGREGATIONAL Jesse L. Baker; Pastor
Rev. Jess Baker.: vCrawfordvllle ; Morning IftOOAM P.O. .Hrod. pastor (Inactive) NEW LIGHT ASSEMBLY 1 HOLINESS CHURCHRev. tElstE3Ro
Worship
11OOAM Sunday School 10100 A1 OF COD CHURCH 9:30 AM
Met&odbt Churcl Evening paining Union 7:00 PM Morning Worship 11:00 Att Rev. Cary Cotney, Pastor Roy Rochester, Pastor Sunday School IftSOAM
Worship
R1 Y fcOOwoman's PM 'lblning UnIon 6130.PM Sunday School IftOOAM Sunday School 10100 AM 2nd 6 4th Sundayt .
JMWCfA
Union Missionary Evening Worship 7130 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School IftOOAM
ARRAN lit Monday Midweek Prayer BETHEL PRIMITIVE: Christ's Ambassadors Young People'sService I Morning Worship 11:00 AM
,Woman1 Missionary Service Wed 7130 PM BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sunday 6:30 PM 6:00 PM Evening Worship 7:30 PM
TOWER PENTECOSTAL: Society 3rd Friday MeD' Brotherhood Cortex White, Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 PM Evening Worship 7:45 PM Midweek Prayer
HOLINESS CHURCH Men's Brotherhood let Thursday 7130 PM Sunday School Midweek Prayer 'Midweek Prayer Service (Tues.) 7:30 PM
3rd Tuesday 730 PM IWMS2hd! Every Sunday 10:00 AM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PMI' Service (Tues.) 7:45 PM Methodist Youth Fellowship
Rev. Noah Council, Pastor I The following held at 3ilS PM 1tiilrsday 7130: PM 2nd Weekend Woman's Auxiliary Wed. Every Sun. Eveqlng 6:30 PM

Sunday School IftOOAM Royal Ambassadors Choir Practice e, SI15o. Sat.. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM West Florida CongregationalHoliness Woman's Society of
Morning Worship 11:00 AV Every Monday Ii Tuesday Sun. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM SPRING CREEK.. Campground Christian Service-
Young People's Service 6:00 PV Cirls Auxiliary MEDART Sun. Eve. Worship_, 7:30 PM "..,., .- June 8 22, 1966SOPCHOPPY 2nd Tuesday 3:15 PMMen's
Evening Worship 7:00 PM Every Tuesday Ii Wednesday 4th Weekend SHADY SEA BAPTIST CHURCH Brotherhood ,
Midweek Prayer 7:3Q pM Sunbeams Sat.' Eve. Worship 7:30 PM Pa'itor 4th Thursday 7:30 PM i
FRIENDSHIP
Service Wed. Every PRIMITIVE Rev. Earl Pearce, CHURCHOF Children's Hour -
( ) Monday C Tuesday Sun. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM
BAPTIST CHURCH Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM CHRIST 1st G 3rd Tuesday 3:15 PM

i Rev. Emmett Whaley, Pastor Prayer Service (Fri.) 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Floyd McCullough, Minister .
CRAMORDVllLt I CURTIS MILLS 2nd Sunday Evening Midweek Worship 7(30 PM Bible Study 10:00 AM
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Prayer Morning Worship 11:00 AM SMITH CREEK
Service Wed. 7:30 PM
BEULAH ( )
PRIMITIVE
CONGREGATIONAL
CURTIS MILLS COMMUNITY 4th Weekend: Evening Worship 7:30 PM '
BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH (Holiness) Sat. Morn. Worship 11:00 AM HOLINESS CHURCH Bible Study (Wed.) 7:30 PM MT. ELON BAPTIST CHURCH ''

Rev. Emmett Whaley, Pastor1st Herbert Thompson, Teacher Sat. Evening Worship 7:30 PM Rev. Steve Harrell, Pastor SPRING CREEK PRIMITIVE Rev. William fury, Pastor
Sunday Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunday School lftOOA.M\ BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:50 AM
Sunday School 10:00 AM Morning 11:00 AM FIRST BAPTIST 11:00 AM
CHURCHRev.
Worship
11:00 AM Morning Worship
Sunday School Morning Worship
10OOAM I Rev. W. W. McAllister, Pastor
::
Evening Worship 7:00 PM
Evening Worship 7:30 PM .Training Union 6:00 PM
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Prayer Service Midweek Young People'sService Sunday! School 10:00 AM I O. C. Hall, Pastor 7:00 PM
Evening Worship
6:15 i PV
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Wednesday C Friday 7i30 PM Service Tuesday 7:30 PM Sunday Service Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School 10100 AMM2m1ng ''Woman's Missionary Union -
3rd Weekend: Evangelistic Evening Worship 7:30 PM Worship 11:00 AM
Ladies Prayer tat after
Monday
7:30 PIv
Sat. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM Service-Wednesday 10:00 AM Sunday Midweek Prayer I Training Union 7:00 PM 1st Sunday 9OOAM
Sunday School 10:00 AM Midweek Prayer Service (Wed.) 7:30: PM I Evening Worship 8:00 PM
Morning Worship 11:00 AM "IVANIVAN Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM :Midweek Prayer -
Evening Worship 7:30 PM MEDART ASSEMBLYOF Service (Wed.) 8:00 PM WAKuuAWAKULLA
ASSEMBLY OF COD CHURCH ST. MARKS Woman's
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. ,.____. ___ K Missionary Society
.. COD CHURCHRev. t Other METHODIST
Rev. E. M. Carter, Pastor (Every Wed.) 3:00 PM
CRAWFORDVILLE METHODIST Henry Cooksey, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 AM A. V. Pickem, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sunbeams CHURCH
CHURCHRev. Sunday School 10100 AM Morning Worship 11OOAM Sunday School 10:00 AM Fred Harrison,"Pastor 2nd C 4th Tuesday 3:15 PM Ftev. Roger Stimson, Pastor

Jesse 1.. 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 and
Evening Worship Midweek Prayer Training Union 6:00 PM Worker for Wakulla
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Community
1st (0 3rd Sundayt 7:00 PM MT. BEASON PRIMITIVE 1(
Winter 7:00 PM Service Wed. 7:30 PM Evening Worship Training Union 6:30 PM County.
Sunday School 10:00 AM Summer 7:30 PM Christ's Ambassadors Midweek Prayer BAPTIST CHURCH .
Evening Worship 7:30 PM School 9:30AIv
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Midweek Praye/ Saturday 7:30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer Rev. Cortex White, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship 10:00 AM
Evening Worsh'n 7i30 PM Woman's Union-
Service (Wed.) 7:30 PMWHIDDON Missionary Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM 1st Weekend:
2nd (G 4th Sunday; Thurs. after 1st Sun. 10:00 AM ,
I Sat. Morn. Wore 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 C Morning Worship 11:00 AM CHURCHRev.
Midweek Prayer BAPTIST CHURCHRev. NEW HOME PRIMITIVE CHURCH 3rd
Service Wed. 7:30 BAPTIST CHURCHRev. RIVERSIDE BAPTIST MISSIONRev. Sunday W. L. Prater, Pastor2nd
( ) PM Emmett Whaley, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 AM
Methodist Youth Fellowship 2nd Weekend: W. W. McAllister, Pastor George Dickey, Pastor (Inactive) Morning Worship 11:00 AM S 4th Sundays:
Every Sunday Evening 6:30 PM Sat. Evening Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School Sunday School 10:00 AM -. J' t 1 Morning Worship 9:30AM!,
Woman's Society of Christian Sun. Mom. Worship 11:00 AA Every Sunday 9:45 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Service- 3rd Tues. 3:30 PM 1st Sunday: Training Union 7:00 PM -
Men's Club-3rdTues. 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Evening Worship 8:00 PM
Wesleyan Service Guild 3rd Sunday: Midweek Prayer Electric
4th Thursday 8:00 PM Evening Worship 7:30 PM Service 7:30 PM Talquin Cooperative

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Auto AccidentsKill I Meres another tip: For better MEMBERS:
the camera
"WRITINGEST" WRITER slides, gently press
I release rather than punch
68 Childrenin History's most prolific writ shutter It. This trick will avoid cuttingthe I'

er was Lope de la Vega the top off the picture you thought
1965 16th-century Spanish author, :: I you new were hairdo getting for instance.like the wife's

who wrote about 1,800 playsas Faster Him speeds can only do '
TALLAHASSEE Col. H. N. well as many poems and so much for you the rest of the ,
Klrkman, Director of the Depart.
novels. success: lies in how the picture 1e
ment of Public Safety, reported is taken. Becoming: a "human
today that on Florida's highways tripod" is a good start. 1ri NOW
last year 68 children
were killed and hundreds injured -
,
In automobiles or by being
thrown from a vehicle InvolvedIn
a traffic accident. H i .
"Many of these accidents' r ir0 u Can Have Cool

occurred because the children I .
themselves I diverted the driver's
Chief.attention" said the Patrol My bmk t Weather At Fingertip

Col. Klrkman makes the following l -e !
recommendations to make For A More
Control
your car a safe one: knows ill t1 t3h .
If you have a toddler or Infant -
he should be safely har Summer
nessed. This will substantially Enjoyable .
reduce an? danger: that he may the
cause by diverting your attention I11JSWrp.T .
and, at the same time, he Why Delay
will be protected from Injdrtnghir
!'s,lf. rfi
As soon as your child is old When.You
c' ,,,,i to learn directions,
tc tii him to sit squarely on .
t' p ar'"l and buckle his safety Can CallToday
oeu. He must know that he,
as a passenger, has respon WV
sibilities. ys : : : ,
Your child's hands shouldbe -
kept' oft door handles, gearshifts

Ignition keys, lights +,
u-
and other working parts of the
car, and of course, kept Inside
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