Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: September 1, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Sopchoppy Methodist The Wakulla County Welfare

Sunday School will combine Office has been moved
Fish FryScheduled Rally Day and Promotion from the Courthouse to the '

Sunday this year. A very Medical Clinic Building. It
inspiring program will be is located where Dr.Head's
presented by the childrenof office was. .IJ:

the Sunday School. Pro- _
motion certificates will be ASC COMMITTEE .n;

z.I APALAanCOtA Democratic presented to those eligiblefor ELECTION RESULTS j

organizations from promotion. please 1
Gulf, Franklin, Calhoun, Lib make plans to be with ,us
erty and Wakulla counties on the first Sunday, Sept- Farmers recently elect-
will host an expected crowdof ember 4, 1966, at the 10:30 ed to serve as the Agricul-
2.500 at a free fish fry in Sunday School Hour. tural Stabilization and Con-

Apalachicola Friday, at 5:30: servation (ASC) County

P.ro. committee are: Clayton P.

Democratic gubernatorial MRS. BLACKSHEAR Taff, Homer Harvey ands.
nominee Robert King High of b. forbes. M;. J. K.
Miami will be the principal GRADUATES FROM Moore and Mr. gGeorge

speaker and it was reported SAMFORD UNIVERSITYMrs. Strickland were elected to

I SENATOR GIBSON URGES his address will deal primarily Reba Davidson the committee last year

HOLIDAY CAUTION I with plans to improve the Blackshear, daughter of for 3 and 2 year terms,
economic conditions of North
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Davidson respectively; Mr. Taff was
Senator L. P.(Pete) Gibson west Florida. d
of Wakulla receivedher elected this year for a 3- t:
State Rep.-elect Donald L.
of the large twenty-
term on the committee. .ittit
of Science year
Masters Degree
fourth District,today urgedall Tucker will act as master of l r
from Samford UnI- : Alternates
of the citizens of Flo- .
State Cabinet members and versity in Birmingham on were Homer Harvey and S.
rida to exercise all
pre other prominent public officials Saturday, August 27,166: B. Forbes; .
caution If they plan a trip
Blackshear received The 1966 flection was
have been invited. Mrs. -
over the last long summer Others attending will be: her Bachelor of Science held by mall balloting Aug- ..

holiday.He Scott Kelly, Sen. Dempsey Degree from Troy Swe ust 1626. All farmers and Above is a typical scene at Shell Point the Big Bend's newest vacation spot for the

said that the highway Barron from Bay and Gulf, College In 1962 and is em- ranchers, including share- whole famUy. A 21-unit motel and 250 seating capacity restaurant along with boating,
deaths continue to mount Rep. Ben Williams from Bay ployed at Shades Valley croppers were eligible to swimming, fishing make a visit here worthwhile

with the ever Increasing and Gulf, Rep. Coy Mitchell High School In Birminghamwhere vote in the election. --- -----
travel. from Calhoun and Jackson, she is a member of ASCS County Office Man
Senator Gibson stated Rep.-elect Miley Mfers from the Birmingham chapter of ager, Richard Gowdy points FIRE MEETING JOHN S. PIGOTT SHELL POINTVACATION
that predictions made by Leon, Franklin and Wakulla, the national honoraryteacher's out that the ASC county TUESDAY NIGHT I :: PARADISE
the Florida Highway Patrol Rep. M. (Bill) Inman from farmer-committee is In 78
sorority, Kappa The regular monthly John S. Pigott, Sr., ,
Indicate that 21 persons Gadsden and Liberty and Located in Wakulla county -
of local adminis-
charge died Tuesday at Tallahassee -
Iota.SOPCHOPPIT of the Crawford-
will die In traffic crashes)I Rep. J. R. Middlemas from tration of such programs as meeting Memorial and 28 miles south of "
vile Volunteer Fire Department Hospital.
Florida's and Golf and Tallahassee is one of thearea'
on streets ; Bay. the Agricultural Conservation will be held '.Graveside funeral services
highways during the 78- Sheriff Herbert Marshall of next newest resort sites.
hour Labor Day weekend", Franklin County Is in charge FOOTBALL Program, the feed Tuesday night September 6,, were at 11:00: A.M.,Thursday Shell Point developed by
grain program,acreage ali i at Pigott Cemetery with
at Florida Power Lounge
Senator Gibson said that seafood preparation. George Taff and his father,
lotments and
by remembering$ to prac- Mayor High will arrive at SCHEDULE marketing I Chief Hardy Revell urged the Rev. Emmett Whaley A. B. Taff, offers one of the
tice 'defenslve'drivIngwiU the Apalachicola airport by September 16 Bristol, quotas, commodity prlc all members to attend ao officiating. finest vacation spots along
lessen this awesome fig- private plane at 5:15: p,m. He home game. support loans.loans, and -I' this will be a very important Pigott was a native and the Big Bend coast line.
will be met by city and county September 23-Brunnell, facility meeting.A lifelong resident of Wakulla Operating for the first
ure.He officials from Apalachicola, home The ASCS county discussion of a Fire County. He was a mem- time for a summer sea-
urged the citizens of game.
at Crawfordville is head ber of the
Carrabelle and surrounding School which will be con- Friendship Bap-
Florida to drive carefully September 30 Carra- son is the 21 unit motel,
quarters for the county tist Church and a of
i counties. ducted by an Instructor veteran
and make holiday belle home game. restaurant a floating cov-
this a motoroafe committee and serves as World
Plans for a from from the Florida Fire Col- War I.Survivors. for
we'll October 7 Chapman ered dock boat
all live storage,
to remember.
the to Park the farmers' local contact I include his
airport Battery there. lege Is a part of the agenda, a supply store and
Senator Gibson Is fueling
cover- and downtown Apalachkolahave for buslnessoonnectedwith wife Mrs. Lois of
Group Captains John Dan- Pigott
October 14 Greenville, j depot.
Ing the big District talking: been made.APALACHICOLA. participation: rin the pro- lles Jr., Cecil WrightMax Medart, four sons, John S.
home Recently completed is
to civic clubs and game. a
discuss-, administered by the
the October 21- Chattahoo- grams Davis and Albert Mooreare Jr., Virgil M., 3100 foot airstrip that will
Ing problems that face
committee. These Ala. and
pro- Falrhope JamesM.
asked to attend. ,
the state. MAKING chee there. handle light air craft Including -
conser- and Bernard of
grams encourage Sop-
PLANS FOR ANNUAL October Carrabelle, vation and Increase farm some twin engine
choppy, four sisters, Mrs.
SEA FESTIVAL returns by means of price Mary Davis and Mrs. W,
November 4 Sneads One can visit Shell Point
CORNERBy and market JfON&ir. AUG. 29
supports sup- C. Tulley, both of Tallahassee -
home I whether he comes by land
Three of celebrating game. ,
ply-management as well
: Mrs. Nannie
School bell. I Dur-
E. R. Wheaton, an annual sea food harvest November It -Wewahltchka rungMondayIn air, or sea, a paved high
as by Medart and
payments. : Wakulla as the rance, Mrs.
County Agent is adding to Apalach- home game.November I county Lillian Sanders Savannah way makes easy by auto.
children reluctantly went ,
icola's 18 Craw- The beautiful Shell Point
image as I bact to the old grind for a- Ga., and 15 grandchildren.
Home Economics fordvllle home Restaurant boasts
Agent Florida's leading seafood game. a seating
Begins Work town. nother nine-months ses J. A. Sons capacity of 250 on the

Mary E. Bevis Extension This tiny port has long CARLTON REVELl sion. funeral of Home was in water's edge where relaxed
Home Economics been of Funeral services for Enrollment figures for charge arrangements., dining is pleasure.Natur-
recognized as one CRAWFORDWLE I The
this show the follow- family suggests that
Agent, begins the new position the important producers a- Carlton Revell, 31, who year those do ally seafoodisthepredominant -
FOOTBALL ing totals as of time wishing to so may
September I. SCHEDULE press : fare the
Mrs. Be- long the Gulf of Mexico, died last Thursday in Tal- make memorial contributions on menu.
vis, a former Home Econ- particularly for its oyster lahassee MemorialHospital CrawfordvlUe, 503; Sop- Fishing, swimming, and
September Branford, choppy, 439 and Shade- to the Cemetery As-
omics teacher In Wakulla industry which makes up home following an extended Illness ; sociation. boating make this an aU
County, baa spent the last ninety percent of the Flor- game. were held at 2 P.M. ville, 277. family resort.It .
September 23 Sneads The football season o-
three years teaching Home ida annual supply. How- Saturday at the Otter Creek is noted that the resort
Economics In Tallahassee.As ever, late developments In there. Holiness Church with the pens at the Sopchoppy and lies In the center of the
the Home Economics the mullet industry are September Chapman, Rev. W.W.McCallister and Crawfordville High Schools WILLIAM B. ISLER goose hunting area and
Agent, Mrs. Bevis will there. I of- on September 16. fishing shows round.
for Eli Carter year
boosting possibilities the Rev. William
7 'Ben'Icier
work primarily with adults October Bristol,home Other activities will be Benjamin
having the mullet rival the ficiating.
game.October. reported as they are pas- 77, are.identofSop.
through Home
Demonstration oyster as the prime exportof 14 Cottondale, Burial was in Bennett sed on to this newspaper. choppy for 57 years, died
Clubs and with the 4-H SCPCHOPPY SCHOOL MENU
Franklin County. Crabs home Pond Cemetery J. A. Monday at the Carrabelle
girls In Wakulla County. and shrimp make up important October 21 Trenton Culley and Sons in chargeof Community Hospital Tuesday Sept. 6

Soils and Fertilizer segments of this industry home game. arrangements.A CANCER SOCIETY TO Funeral services wereat Bologna Sandwiches

Meeting September 19 also.Sponsored. October 28 Wewahit- native and lifelong NOMINATE DIRECTORSThe 3 P.M. Wednesday at the Creamed Com
Russell Henderson, Ex. by the Apalachicola chka, there. resident of Wakulla County, First Methodist Church In Lettuce & Tomato
tension Agronomist, wit: II Chamber of Com- November 4 Keystone he was a drag line operatorfor District 3 Nomin- Sopchoppy with the Rev. Cherry Cobbler

bring a program on soils coerce and supported by Heights, there.November the Wakulla County ating Meeting of the Florida Jesse L. Baker and the Rev. Bread & Butter
and fertilizer September local Industries and civic 11 Chatta- Road Department. Division of the American O. C. Hall officiating. Orange Juice

19. This meeting will be clubs, the annual festivalIs hoochee, home game. Survivors Include his Cancer Society will be held, Burial followed In the West Milk
for all farmers and other! attracting visitors from November 18 widow, Mrs. Doris Revell, at the Tallahassee Dining Sopchoppy Cemetery with
SopchoPpy -)
persons Interested in field, many areas of the south there. Sopchoppy; one son, Monty Room, Tallahassee, Florida graveside rites conducted Wednesday Sept. 7

crops fertilization. Carlton Revell; and one 1:00 P.M., Thursday, by the Masonic Lodge.J.A. Shepard pie
Wakulla county Swine I east.Last' year's visitor,E.T. daughter, Debra Nina Rev September 1. Culley and Sons Funeral Steamed Cabbage

Show November 12 Bales, sports editor of I ell, both of Sopchoppy;father The meeting will be attended Home was In charge of ar- UngUsh Peas
The first annual Wakulla Chattanooga's News-Free' NOTICE John Revell, Sopchoppytwo by official Society' rangements. Bread & Butter

County Swine Show will be Press, *All Outdoors! Will any parents who are brothers Harper Rev- voting members: delegate refer was a native of I Brownies

, held at the Livestock Pavilllon wrote In his column, "Of Interested in a nursery call in ell, Tallahassee; and J. T. directors County Unit Wakulla County and was a Milk

November 12. Rules all the many Florida areas CrawfordvlUe please Revell, Honolulu Hawaii; president or chairmen, and retired fishing guide. He
and regulations have been we have visited In recent Mrs. Jerry DeFend. For and one sister/ Mrs. Clint. Unit medical directors or was a member of the Methodist Thursday Sept. 8v
mailed out If others are In- years, none come nearer to j ,, additional information on Pigott, Medsrt.Active medical vice presidents, Church of Sopchoppy ,, Spaghetti Meat Balls

terested the swine show, measuring up to the title wa63041.CARD pallbearers Include from a six county area. amd tje Ashmore Lodge I Turnip Greens
please contact the County -nature's playground" N. S. Brown, Carlton These include: Gada den,I 102, Masons.He I Cornbread Muffins

Agent' Office and this Information does the Greater Apalachicola OF THANKS \ Harvey, Louie Posey, Jim Jefferson, Leon, Madison, Is survived by his I Butter

will be mailed to River Valey, and the wish our I Sanders, Bill Metcalf and Taylor, and Wakulla. widow, Mrs.Lydia E.Isler, Peaches
you. The deadline date for little town of Apalachicola, We thanks to express for the George Harvey. In addition to nominating Sopchoppy; and two sisters, Milk
having the show animals on on the bay of the same delegate directors to represent Mrs. Sarah Hardee GaIn-
floral offering
your premises Is September name" beautiful the District on the esville, and Mrs. Annie Friday Sept. 10
14 If you are planning The '64 festival played food, cards, and letters, State Board of Directors of Lee Simmons, Sopchoppy. Hamburger Steak

to buy a pig for the show. host to 3,800 visitors; the prayers and exprellionsofIfIDpathy the sickness the Florida Division of the Masons served as pallbearers Cut BeansButtered

Please let the County, A- '65 attracted 5,700. Even during death of our American cancer Society, at the funeral.Mr. Potatoes
gent's Office know Immediately larger crowds are expectedthis and the official District repre- Bread & Butter

: If you Intend to par- year on festival day, mother, Mrs. RebecCa' sentatives may, by appropriate and Mrs. ,L.. KO- Jello with Fruit I
dclpate In the show In order November 5. Hunter. resolutions, refer bert. and two daughters, Milk

that we can make arrangements Family suggestions, 'recommendations Carolyn Sue and Patsy,are ..
for the show. The J. K. Moore and request to the spending a week's vacation

I and Ann "I shoot golf In the low 70'., Society's State Board or Its In the Smoky Mount-
ADYIImSDlO'AlS Executive Committee. Its aJ8SCIIBK 10 TW' una
If It gets any colder I quit.




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t- NOTICE letX
LEGAL GoFhttltt'
BEPTDIBCX '1' RACIAL GUI area and the
1066VAKUtLA C Wakulla County Little Joe, a seven foot Society farmer
NOTICE OF ELECTIONBe I The U. S. Office of Ed- residents Interested In put- Alligator has been releasedat have a mutual Interest In

It known that I, Tom Ad- ucation was sharply crit- ting their skills to use In Wakulla Springs to take the land. From every angle

I ams, Secretary of State of the BT BOB BUWSTE icized today by Congressman developing nations aroundthe the place of Old Joe who economic, social,cult--
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1t '\ State of Florida, do hereby give I 11-0wIfI, 0o I .ton.r* IE Don Fuqua In a speechIn world are Invited to was killed earlier this ural public health, national
t Bode that a GENERAL ELECT- the House of Represent- take the Peace Corps place- month by alligator hunters. defenBe.Conservation of
'lION Will be 'held In'WaJa 1a HOT WATER BLUES that office Saturday natural
COUNTY NEWS I atives. He charged ment test at 9 A.M. on Little, Joe Is a friendlysort resources Is an objective -
& County, State of Florida, ,i The best 'advice to fishermen with bungling and disregard September 10, at of alligator and on which all should

{'..._;; WMaat 13101 flnt Tuesday Monday next In succeeding November,the A. during deep midsummer But how deep lulls Is ts to deep"go? for the conse- Main Post Office Building. type that may establish the a agree. It la also a need

D., 1966, the old Tuesday being And why? I quences of Its directives Tallahassee Fla. homestead in the area vacated -' which all should recognize.
the EIGHT Since flub dont measure their local school systems. The Peace Corps uses by the passing of Old The-public. Society as a

EMBER, to fill the following should fishermen ask the tithing to solve the basic economicand how an applicantcan Joe.The National Audubon and therefore, an enduring

offices experts at Mercury outboard? Instead social problems facing I best be utilized over- Society has posted a five responsibility to these re-
Representative in for they suggest, guage the this nation today Is througheducation.oureducation measures sources.To .
I Congress The test
: seas.
FRED L. 'UIIl.1 El. PUBLI9ER proper depth by the factors that thosand dollar reward for
the Second Dis-, and the a- his
Congressional govern the fish. general aptitude Information leading to the meet responsibility -
. . .EDITOREnUrtd trlct. / should have as Its
J. D. HARVEY The stratification of lakes mystifies system bility to learn a language, arrest and conviction of society and the
Three Court(3)) Justices of the Sif most but the most learned i primary goal, that of eduCating not education or achieve- the person or persons who farmers must act as part
\ n rldL' preme Reduced the essentials, stratification children. It shouldnot Indicate The Soil
at Crawfordvllle ment. (If test scores ners. Conservation
Three killed Old Joe.
((3)) Judges of the District Accordingto
second clue matter. Subscription merely means that large: be a political football, a limited language- Service, working through
Court of
i a. Appeal for the Fist waters develop three different Major Brantley Goodson,
rate: $3.00 per year. Appellate District levels of oxygen and temperature.The .: he said. Florida's Sup- learning ability for example law enforcement chief of your Wakulla Soil and Wa-

Four ((4 judicial)) Judges of theSecond top area, called the eplli-! erintendent Praising of Public Instruction the peace Corps the Game and Fresh Water ter Conservation District.
1 Circuit mnion, is too hot for moat game' Floyd Chrlstaln tries to place the appli- Fish Commission, a num- made up of your neighbors -
State Senator Fifth Senatorial fish, though it Is oxygen.rich. nation's finest cant In an Englishspeaking ber of leads to the killers and friends Is work-
as one of the
If You Need. District The middle layer tabbed the I Ithermocline. said that I country.) The place- have been established but Ing toward the conservationof
i State Senator educators, Fuqua
Senatorial is a mixture of tem I ment test jequlres no prep- natural resources.
Office Supplies District fish tolerate much sounder and lasting no arrest has been made.
peratures can plusa I aration and Is noncompetitive Through this concept of
State Senator could be made if Little Joe was removed
Office Furniture. Eighth Senatorial favorable level of oxygen progress can
-- an applicant self-government will come
'. Business Machines District Below this line the hypolimnion, the U.S, Office of Education fail. from a small ,lake near conservation
State Senator Twenty-fifth' Sen- a cool region that Is deficient In worked with men like neither pass nor Jacksonville and moved by and develop-
s.* w CaD atorial District The application form,not ment.
oxygen. Chrlstain rather than Its the Commission toWakulla
RANEY WHALEYat Two (2)) Members of the House Obviously, then the place to present attitude, which he the placement test, Is the S. rings. At his Jackson- See your Wakulla Soil and

of Representatives I fish Is the middle layer. But how said Is like a bull In a most Important factor In ville home Little Joe had Water Conservation Dis-
Two ((2)) Members of the Boardof does one find It? the selection of volunteers. become accustomed trict technician.E.G.Ham-
china shop. to man
CAPITAL OFFICE County Commissioners The quickest to pin point Interested In ser- In the Courthouse
way persons mack County -
EQUIPMENT CO. Three ((3)) Members of the Boardof I the thermocline is to use a fisher I He charged that the U.S. ving In the peace Corps and will not be as elusive' In Crawfordville and
Public InstructionIn man's thermometer Lower it: Office of Education, rather as the average alligator removed
must fill out an application, become a conservation
i and take with state from the
away methodically than cooperating wnder-
;02 E. JEFFWSCN: Testimony Whereof, I bavehereumo.etmyhaDdud readings at foot Intervals. Whena officials bypasses and Ignores if they have not already partner. I

:2235. ADUG affixed sudden difference in the decrease them. Decisions to done so, add present it to ness.Wakulla Is I
i. the Great Seal of the of temperature Is noted,' the tester before taking the Springs an established I
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA cancel or change programsare wildlife refuge now of blood to the skin. This
State of Florida, at Tallahassee you've entered the favored region. be
the Capital this When the drop in temperature made In mid-stream, test. Applications may and Audubon sanctuary and is where the gel of the aloe vera

I the Fifteenth day of,M&urt notlcably slows, you've left it. I causing confusion and uncertainty obtained offices or from from local the Peace post : all wildlife Is protected by I II action plant helps comes dilate in. the Its enzymatic

1966. Perhaps this scientific approachto I he added. I both the Game and Fresh capillaries
I bringing a fresh flow of blood
I HENRY wiLLIAMS TOM ADAMS fishing seems too much trouble, The Congressman expresses Corps, Washington, 0, C. Water Fish Commissionand nourish the akin The blood encourages to
the folks but it 20525.
SECRETARY OF STATE vow Mercury does
particular concern the Audubon Society. new skin to grow and
constitute one positive method offish test takes
REALTYReg. 4t-8/l9,26,9/2,9. finding. about the recent Incident The placement dead cells to slough off, leaving
hour and a half.
an a
younger healthier
when sent to complexion.
Fish can find the best level, a team was gel of the aloe vera plant, you'll If a look in the mirror tells
can you? Florida to discuss with notice tiny ,trains of dead skin that
you nature
Real Estate BrokerSt. LEGAL NOTICE -, -,- local officials compliance as you tissue off the cleanser. of help the gel of can the use aloe a bit

{ Marks Fla. plans which had been filed. ( 'Bea""t9 As this layer of dead cuticle plant may be Just the tip vera you
'm' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE "It Is Inexcusable that -. is removed, your skin becomes need. Your find Alo osmetlcs,
Phone 741 THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIR- SAFETY the first time the State i De- finer and better able to absorb all containing generous portions

CUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND f. paranentofEducationknewthey lJi>$6 moisture(2) Toning Close the of the gel available in local department -

REAL ESTATE ALL TYPESi FOR WAKUI1A COUNTY.. IN SENTRYBY were coming was when r freshen the skin with pores a toning and and drug stores.

'CHANCERY \ DAVIS they read It In the newspapers 9EAUTV R@SEARCH. lotion that contains no drying
Associate: No. 1392 Director of Consumer Services ," he said. GON3uLTAr4iN.sC.et.aeNa.. ., alcohol. Never Smoke in Bed

I. M. Hatcher, fir. James Lee WASHINGTON, Sentry insurance Adding that it would be i (3) Moisturizing. To keep your
Never smoke in bed
skin warns
Plaintiff, young you must restore the
resonable that Love that face? Whether we likeIt
Phone VA 63201 to expect moisture the American Insurance Association
Vs. First Aid continuously through
SafetyIf and or not, the face nature gave
-- Ethel Lee WASHINGTON, it hasn't happened to I qualified capable per- us Is the one we have to live with, evaporation and exposure to wind, Too many fire fatali
you sons would be sent to han- sun, and heat
DAVE HAMRICK Defendant. in the first two-thirds of the That's why it makes sense to or cold. Do this ties, the Association adds occur
DIVORCE year statistics say it will probably dle such an important ques- give nature a little help In putting around the clock by using a when a smoker in bed dozes off
INSURANCE AGENCYAUTOMOBILE occur in the remaining tion, Fuqua charged that your best face forward. moisturizing lotion under make and
by drops a lighted cigaretteon
i ORDER OF PUBLICATIONYou four months-you will be calledon Just the opposite proved to Here Is a four.step program that cream by day and a moisturizing
night. the bed
to render first aid in an be the case. should give you a beautiful complexion the Massage it into coven.
ore notified that a emergency. : with an upward and outward In particular, if there are
here that four
BONDS xnnplalnt : voce has been Whether you render effectiveaid Noting persons (1) Deep cleansing. Apply generous motion. elderly people: in 'your home
filed against you in the Circuit may depend on your basic were used In the counties amounts of cleansing creamon (O Nourishing. The skin is fed who smoke, impress them
CASUALTY 1 Court of Wakulla County, Florida, first aid knowledge. Sentry Insurance visit, their total experiencewas face and throat and allow it by blood supplied through tiny that upon smoke
in Chancery. You are hereby required offers four sufgestions' one year of second to remain for three minutes. If tapillaries. As we grow older they are not to in
MARINB to file (personally or by attorney to help you render first aide grade teaching for the leader you use a cleanser containing the these thicken tiny blood vessels tend to bed. Their own lives may be
and shrink stake
FIRE ) with the Clerk of said] properly Never move an Injured per pf the group, a 26yearold slowing__the t

Court, and send a copy of the son unless it absolutelynecessary he.added.
: PHONE 877-3108 same to the attorney for plaintiff -] s hil as Impending Two members of the team .:
your written defenses, if any, danger of fire or traffic. students both l' '
were college
t 1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1813 to the complaint In said cause, Motion may compound Injuries .' _'\ /1. \r... :
: 'on or before September) 191966.. e and I sophomores In law schools, Enjoy the benefits of
TALLAHASSEE. TLA. complication said that this .I"'
I Herein fail not or Judgement byj cause new ,. Fuqua stating -
''default will be entered' against e Attend to first things first. group did not attempt at any
wuulu:) "ll'D( ) Ol 5J'
TERRY HARRISHouse If the victim ceases to time to help local school
you.WITNESS breathe or slips into shock, it u 'a" !tits' u\ '
S. my hand and seal of I is imperative; that you administer officials solve any of their .' ,- ," 11 .,, :. :
tiring a'App1Iancp I said Court at Crawfordville, Wa- mouth-to-mouth resuscitation problems. ,.1 I.1"Local I ,' d ., '

I RepairAU.p.Electric'IAanJeta kulla fCoountyy Florida, this 1 and shock aid before elected officials .. ,
u day 1966. proceeding to ease other,lesser were astounded to be con- 'f :

l /(/ Moody Pearce e Know injuries.the symptoms of shock fronted with college stu- compiler accuracy and electronic banking.

Moody Pearce and how to treat it. If shock dents, a person with only I
Route 1. Box 34 Clerk Circuit Court has not yet immobilized the one year of teaching experience -

[ Sopchoppy, Florida WakuUa County, Florida victim, anticipate it and be attempting to define -
'?' prepared to move quickly a complex directive of
ttione 10f ..*? I J.H. Hudson
P.O. Box66Crawfordville Shock of is the death single greatest the U. S. Office of Education -
-' cause among accident "
f Fla. victims. he said.
FOR SALE UU Mwfold Attocnev for Plaintiff. e Call for professional medical Fuqua said County sup-
away bed wits good toonprlnc 4t-S/18.25.9/1,8. help immediately. No matter erintendents and officials "

1 msttTMS I1Mpe i.r.n how qualified you are to render look to the state department
W A6-.1I2 1. ,' you are not a "J l'i
t.stl : injury serious of education for advice and I i,
enough to warrant first aid is counsel. There should be
a I
certainly serious enough to cooperation at the state and I
warrant the immediate attention federal levels''' also, particularly -

FOR SALE: Upright vlrt- It's not of a often doctor.that your actions Instates where you Zh.

uolo piano for sale. WA6- can save a person's life, have a cooperative attitude
3978. so be prepared to offer effective and men of unquestioned : ,
first aid whenever you are competence. Not to Inform

called upon. the state Is an Insult to Its .

,. .. educational I leaders, ser- .IOfk17.t3anI

't Tallahassee Business Firms" ves no useful purpose, and ,

Indeed creates more prob-

: lems to be solved. / ; -
DIRECTORYPATRONrz'E The Congressman charged '
the U. S. Office of Edu-

!I cation with a shameful lack
of communication with

\ T1ESE ADVERTISERSF state officials who must
direct the state's school

system.He .
r;: : ,
pointed out the con- ,
'- fusion created In Levy
D. I.. GRAMLINGFEEDS County when the area dir-

I : & CO. ector the superintendent of that office that wrote the II I I

I C One-Stop Service for, county was In compliancewith t,

'. Flint River Mills Feed Seed Fertilize) the law -- then a Banking Hours: $
Mil .. MeePh. {230274BakerAlford month later receiving a let-
I.j MKrUS CONCRiU Foultry Supplies ter from the Commissionerof Monday thru Thursday 9 to 5
Garden ToolsSo. Education that the plan

.- Adams at S.A.UR.R. did not meet the require- Friday ............_...... 9 to 6:30.:: .. e t

Crouag; ments. WALK UP I DRIVE IN ,
The latter letter was
Co. Light Wtig\t and Rtyular Phone -i :U13 said to have been a mis- '

TAs P.wI,.'House" truck Conarttt Blockj take," he said, but It tooka

Anything for Also your for auto, Hanson, Wood norlswnaroer great deal of effort to get r

and much for your Heel Ind., Inc. this determination. ,
.boat) S. Adams St. at 4-Polnts "These practices be
*208 N- Adams St. Ph. 122-1 380 "el. 222-6840 P. O. Box 661 said, 'are not aiding, but

are preventing the best
possible education for all lemember the some of Our bonk
children of Florida. tanking' $ next time you',. .
e .Mqs. Many

.'Yaejrer., .( .' locI Little Folks Inc. Store, Lop LEi s people dal

i I' "The Capital's i STATE
: Majors for Minors" ,
4, IrUMNlfW' ward BOftI CUld,....', Fttntiturt, Toys.ettttoritt BANK
I .- NoBM.s
f:: :'
I 214 &'Adams St. Tel.. ft22d680 133 N: Monroe, St. Ph. 222-1146 01J

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School Jesse L. Baker, Pastor
Rev. jess Bet<+erw. .-,, Morning Worship SSffionMl p.g. Elrod. pastor (Inactive) NEW LIGHT ASSEMBLYOF CHURCH 1st C 3rd Su&davtT

uwOD Sunday School 10,00AM COD CHURCH M -, W up 5h3OAM
Crawfordvllle Church Even1llg Worship 7:00 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Rev. Cary Cotney, Pastor Rev. Roy Rochester, Pastor Sunday School 1O:30.AM

8100 PM Training Union 6i30.PM ,MIMCE/I./ Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM .2nd& 4th Sunday.SumLy ..
Union 1st Monday Evening 7:3O't Morning Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM School 10:00 AM
ARRAN Woman' Midweek Prayer BETHEL PRIMI'I1VEBAmsTCHURCH Christ's Ambassadors Young People's Morning Worship }1:001oM .
Society -Missionary 3rd Service Wed. 7:30 I'M Sunday 6i30 PM Service 6:00 PM Evening Worship 73Q| PM' t
TOWER PENTECOSTAL Men's Brotherhood Friday Men's Brotherhood Rev Cortez: White, Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 PM Evening Worship 7:45 PM., Midweek Prayer i;.}
1st Thursday 7:30 PM twice (Tue.) 7i309M
HOLINESS CHURCH 3rd Tuesday Sunday :school Midweek Prayer Midweek Prayer .
7130 PM 'WMS2nd 10r00A1.s'2ekend Service (Tues.) 145.PM Methodist Youth Fellowship
The Every Sunday Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM
Rev. Noah Connell, Pastor following held at 3:1S PM Thursday 7:30 PM : Woman's Auxiliary Wed. Every Sun Evening 6:30 PM.

Sunday School 10:00 AM Royal Ambassadors Choir Practice. 3:15 PM Sat Ev*. Worship 7i30 PM West Florida Congregational Woman' Society of : .
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Every Monday S Tuesday Sun. Morn. Worship 11:00 AM SPRING CREEK Holiness Campground Christian Service -
People Service 6:00,PM Girls Auxiliary 2nd Tuesday 3 J5 PMMen's
Young MEWJIT Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM I June 8 22, 1966SOPCHOPPY ;
Worship 7iOO PM Every Tuesday C Brotherhood '
Evening Wednesday 4th Weekend:
Midweek Prayer 7i30 PV Sunbeams. Sat. Eve. Worship 7i30 PM BAPTIST CHURCH 4th Thursday 7:30 PM
Service (Wed.) i Every Monday G Tuesday FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE Sun. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM Rev. Earl Pearce, Pastor CHURCHOF ChIldren' Hour-
BAPTIST CHURCHRev. School 10:00 CHRIST 1st C !3rd 1:15
Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM Sunday AM Tuesday PM
Emmett Whaley, Pastor Prayer Service (Fri.) 7:30 PM, Morning Worship 11:00 AM Floyd McCullough, Minister
CRAMORDVILLE CURTIS MILLS {\ 2nd SlD1daylEvening 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 Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM
BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH (Holiness) Sat. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM HOLINESS CHURCH Bible Study(Wed.) 7:30 PM MT. ELON BAPTIST CHURCHRev.

Rev. Emmett Whaley, Pastor Herbert Thompson, Teacher Sat. Evening Worship 7:30 PM Rev. Steve Kartell, Pastor SPRING CREEK PRIMITIVE I William Flay, Pastor
1st Sunday Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AMMorning BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9SOAM
Sunday School 10:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00AM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Morning Worship 11:00 AM
11:00 AM
School lOiOO AM Worship Bev. W. W. McAllister Pastor
Sunday Evening Worship 7:00 PM ,
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Training Union 6:CO PM
lliOO Young People'sService O. C. Hall, Pastor
Morning Worship AM Sunday School 10:00 AM
Midweek Prayer Evening Worship 7:00 PM
6:15 PM
Evening Worship 7i30 PM Wednesday C Friday 7:30 PM Service Tuesday 7:30 PM Sunday Service Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM Woman's Missionary Union -
3rd Weekend: Ladies PrayerServiceWednesday Evangelistic 7:30 PM Evening Worship 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM 1st Monday after
Sat. Morn. Worship 11:00 AM 10:00 AM Midweek Sunday Midweek Prayer Training Union' 7:00 PM 1st Sunday 9:00 AM
Sunday School 10:00 AM Prayer Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Evening Worship 8:00 PM
Service Wed. 7:30 PM
Morning Worship 11,00 AM Midweek Prayer '
Evening Worship 7:30 PM MEDART ASSEMBLYOF Service (Wed.) 800PM WAKULLA
OF COD CHURCHRev. ST. "MARKS Woman's Missionary Society

..-.,. COD CHURCHRev. E. M. Carter, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. (Every Other Wed.) 3:00 PM WAKUUA METHODIST
I CRAWFORDVILLE METHODIST Henry Cooksey, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 AM A. V. Pickern, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHtJRCH Sunbeams CHURCHRev.
CHURCH Sunday School lO-OOAK I Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM Rev. Fred Harrison, Pastor 2nd C 4th Tuesday 3:15 PM Roger Stimson, Pastor I

Rev. Jesse L. Baker, Pastor Morning Worship 11:00 AN Evening Worship 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM Mrs. Lyon Crosby, Church and
\i i Evening Worship Midweek Prayer Training Union 6:00 PM'Evenlag Morning Worship 11:00 AM Community Worker for WakuLU
ht 6 3rd Sundayt 7:00 PM MT. REASON PRIMITIVE
Winter 7:00 Plv Service Wed. 7:30 PM Worship Training Union 6:30 PM County.
Sunday School 10:00 AM Summer Christ's Ambassadors Midweek Prayer BAPTIST CHURCHRev. 9,30.4)4'
,I 7:30 PM Evening Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School ,
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Midweek Prayer Saturday 7:30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer Cortex White, Pastor Morning Worship 10: 'AM
+| Evening Worship 7:30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PVWHIDDCN Woman's Missionary Union Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM 1st Weekend:
2nd & 4th Sunday Thurs. after 1st Sun. 10:00 AM Sat, Mom. Wor. 11:00 AM

Morning Worship 930AM I' OTTER_.CREEK. Boy Scouts (Fri.) 6:00 PM Sunday School 10-00 AM ZIONHILLMETHODIST
Sunday School 10:30 AM LAKE PRIMITIVE ST. MARKS METHODIST Morning Worship 11:00 AM CHURCHRev.
W. L. Prater Pastor
Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Emmett BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sunday School 10:00 AM
Pastor Inactive
Whaley, ( )
George Dickey, Pastor 11 00 AM 2nd C 4th Sundays!
Methodist Youth Fellowship ,;2nd Weekend: W. W. McAllister, Pastor Morning Worship :
9 30 AM
Sunday School 10:00 AM Morning Worship :
Every Sunday Evening 6:30 PM :Sat. Evening Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 11:00 AM
W man' of Christian J JI Sun. Mom. 11:00 Every Sunday 9:45 Alt1st Morning Worship
Society Worship AM I -
Training Union 7:00 PM
Men's Service-3rd Club-3rd Tues.Tue. 3:30 7:30 PM PM Morning Sunday Worship llOOAV Evening Worship 8:00' PM i iI PIPER AIRCRAFT. CORPORATION -'
Midweek Prayer
I Wesleyan Service Guild 3rd Sunday PM has Immediate
; Service 7130
4th Evening Worship 7:30 P1-!
Thursday 8:00 PM and future openings for the

following personnel
Holiday on Wheel I R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME Class "A" Tool & Die

;; MEN IN SERVICEU.S. A nationwide study con Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director Makers Welders, Draftsman Aircraft, Aircraft -

ducted by Sindlinger St: Co.,
Army, Viet Nam Inc. showed that 24 per cent Phone 697-3366 Assemblers, Sheet ,Mttal
(AHTNC) -- Sgt. Arthur L. of those interviewed had said Workers Machinists
of Albert CARRA BELLE FLA. Air Conditioned Plant
Jackson 26, son that someone in the householdhad all
Jackson, 928 Central St., taken an automobile trip "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" Cood Starting Pay Plus
F 1? Tallahassee FU., was assigned benefits No contract work
of 60 miles the
to the 173rd Air- weekend. SERVING WA"ULl" UNTY Apply Monday thru Friday
borne Brigade In Vietnam I PIPER AIRCRAFT CORP-
The average total trip was Airport
2. ORATION, Municipal -
Aug. 263 miles, with 64 per cent of I __ Beach Florida.
Sgt. Jackson who enter- Vero ,

MI ed last the stationed Army in 1958 at ,Fort was the highway drivers system using the in interstate whole or ti'I 1 l c. I j

----J 4 Bragg, N.C. -- ,
He was graduated from .
y'S Shadeville High School,
j Crawfordville, in 1958. '
His wife Rella, lives at "

508 pinetree Lane, Spring


26)) (FHTNC) Aug. 18--- 1
Lieutenant Delous R.
r : It Navy
rr4 1 Sparkman, son of Mrs. I Ij
Mary L. Sparkman of Rt. t

1, Crawfordville, Fla., Is j I
E with the Sixth Fleet in the .

Mediterranean as a crew- fit"
-1 member aboard the destroyer .!
tender, USS Shen- I II

w. k andoah. ;
The main function of the r

Shenandoah in the Medit-
erranean is to act as a repair -
ship for all Navy destroyers -
. In the Sixth Fleet. yh
Parker-Alligood slater Miss Terry Loosler, t 1 sS Y
cousin of the bride I
Th marriage tit Mill Janet MEN IN SERVICE .
Mitchell Parker, daughter of Thomaston,Georgia, and Miss "

Mr. end Mrs. Woodrow W. Fran Phelps of Jacksonville; Fort Jackson, S. C.,
Parker of Gainesville; and served as bridesmaids They (AHTNC) Army Privates

Clarence Samuel Afflgood, wore yellow moss crepe dresses William F. Fordham, Jr.,
Ion of Mr. and Mrs. C. & designed and made by the and Leonard E. Marks of

AHigood. of CrawfordviUe; bride, on the tame silhouette Tallahassee, Fla., fired -
was solemnized in the First expert with the M-14 rifle '
I'0' S
Baptist Church of Gainesville as the bridal gowa Their near completion of his basic ; .
last evening matching colt veils were attached combat training at Fort ,I -J1' ,
Dr.- Fred T. Laughon Jr. to open crown pillbox Jackson, S.C., Aug. 9. I! I I. : ; ]
the headpieces accented with self Fordham, 19, son of Mr.
The bride, given ceremony.in marriage fabric roaettel.Tbey carried and Mrs. William P. Ford- BUNK BEDS CoI.te With
by her father, wore a cascade ,bouquets' of whitt1cf..rit. ham 1505 Valley Rd., is a Form Mattre.... And Lltt er 1110995
floor length gown fashioned daisies with long 1966 graduLte of Leon High .
of Cbantilly lace and peau green satin ribbons School in Tallahassee, Fla. Perfect For Th. Students Room

de sole The Empire lace M ihaelllJ17alit was best Marks 21, Is the son of

bodice featured a portrait man., Ushers Included Paul Mrs. Lilly M. Davis, Rt. 5,
neckline and the J controlled Box 393-H. His wife, Al-
Phelps of Orlando: Jimmy
princess skirt of peau was lie, lives at 1321 McCask-
AH Outdoor Furniture '
accented with a scalloped Henderson ;of, Tallahassee, ill Ave., Tallahassee, Fla. St..I. .
panel d matching lace frosted end James Neil of Jackson Reduced Storage .'
with seed pearls and end ville. -

tel in a train of peau.\ Her The bride's ....: Cabinet
parents a :
fare ..: : Dinette
:: -
veil of illusion fel from a In' 9.. ItLlreBtua
reception the church auditorium o

and matching irrideacent coronet beads of and pearls she following the ceremony. $ 7' 20Crl / 1796 S ::
carried a cascade of white ,, WThe1
roses, tuber roses, and baby'sbreath. After a wedding trip Mr.
and Mrs. Alligood: win make fo from strength to P' ,

Miss Jane Frances Parker their home in Orange Heights 1 strength.-(Psalms 84:7) 49H
They are both members of the
was meld of honor for her Often we hear of a person
senior class at the Universityof
accomplishing some feat of
strength that would seem

physically impossible under

FHP BULLETINTALLAHASSEE ordinary circumstances. .

When the strength was 1illle'lffA ,
needed,we are given the extra I
Col. H. N. Klrkman. Director of the Department
of Public Safety, stated today. "21 persona will die la baffle power to meet the situation s
crashes on Florida's streets and hiihwaya during the 78-hour Labor With God we were able to meet
I Day weekend beginning at 6:00 p.m. Friday. September 2. until the challenge before us God .
midnight Monday. September S. Remembering and practlcinc: lit is the source of all life, all 11919W
driving will lessen this awesome figure, so let's drive this prediction strength, all power. We can Tens. St. Ml.222-3344 LI
down and make it a holiday we'll all lire to remember!" trust God to guide us through Open Frf. T.'l:I 9 p.m.t .

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4. J I THUMOAT.CrMrVFORDVILLE. IIPmlla I. 1ae6k ''I'I.k SOPCHOPPr NEWS --- -- --- w

.k k I By Louise C. Sapp SOCIAL' SECURITY NEWS

\ Harold Sfaith and Mrs. Delton(Gallic) Col- The Tallahassee Social 1 lh Old1m&-
J' children spent last 'week at vin was honored 'with a Security Office is now open
New Smyrna Beach. While stork shower given Satur- every Saturday from 8 A.M.

there Mrs. Smith attended day evening, August 27, by to 12 noon, according to \: r r"Flattery
the prenuptial event other the Young Ladies Sunday Lewis cossette. District
I t nepgew, Richard Fisher School Class of the First Manager. The new Satur- ,.. ',?;l+ ,,'/'
I. and the last concert of the Baptist Church. Honored day hours are primarily for .J', ..
t the convenience of ... i
J London Symphony Orchestra guests were Mrs. Colvin's persons The Romans
at the Daytona Beach mother, Mrs. Delma Roberts who have social security played a ,
: Music Festival. and her motherinlaw business to transact but game like golf-with a bent If
c! Mrs. Fulton Colvin. who find It difficult to con- stick. In the early 1800's, is a commoditythat

I Pvt. and Mrs. Elton The honoree received many tact the office during reg- wooden clubs were hand- makes everybody sick except *
Marks of Ft.Jackson,S.C., nice and useful gifts. ular week day hours, Mon- made at select golf courses. those who swallow jt"
I were visiting friends and day through Friday from Today many pros use clubs I
,. relatives here on Sunday. The Stevie Revell family : 8:4S to 445. The Saturday with fiberglass shafts by The
: has returned home after : hours are not limited to any Plas/Steel Co.-according to

I Mr. and Mrs. Quintus spending a week's vacationIn group of people. Anyone engineers at Johns-Manville.

Kyle of Smith Creek have Tennessee. An interest- who prefers to contact the .
: gone to the mountains for ing highlight of the trip was unit installedby office on Saturday Is invitedto "
a two week's combining business with Pictured above Is the emergency power do so.Due I"a'l..a'l "
: I vacation. Southeastern Telephone Co. which will keep service 1f II' :I-
pleasure in Camden,Tenn to Medicare
active in the event of power failure during storms. The I
I other recent changes In
Mr. and essee.
Mrs. Howard FLORIDA
unit STATE
telephone company decided that an emergency
Social Security, more and
I Lord and son Allen have should be Installed after the failure during the .
power .
find have
and Archie more people they .
i gone to St. Louis Mo., to Mr. Mrs. hurricane Alma this .
Morrison have been visit- summer. social business to transact.
: visit their daughter and : '
I family, Mr. and Mrs. ing their daughter. Mrs. I Gossette says that Is the Now Showing WednesdavthruSaturdav"SMOKEY"
James Lewis. Hilda McDonald, in Milton. desire of the Social Secur-
Florida, for a few days. ity Administration to makeIt
Mr. and Mrs. MAXINE STEVENS as convenient for these
I Harvey gave a Birthday Mr. and Mrs. John C. MASTER BEAUTICIANLOCAL people as possible. Also, VIRGINIA AFRAID OF" starring
Supper for their son, Ray- Gillie, Mrs. Grace Vona- GIRL the extended office hoursare Fees Parker"WHO'S
dor and and Miss in keeping with the Fed-
mond (Butch), who was 21 daughter, Elizabeth
on August 22. Guests were: Pat Braceville of Tifton, eral Government's aim to Richard Burton Taylor
J.D. Harvey, Irma Strick- Georgia, visited Mr. and NOW WITH provide better service to
land, Bill Lecoe, Davine Mrs. Laurice Roberts last all citizens who have gov-'
Fllghunaster.Mr. and Mrs. week. ernment business to trans-

Robert Sarnese and family BARTON'S BEAUTY SHOP act. Gossette invited resi-
l who were visiting here Mr. Paul Syfrett from dents of Vakulla County ,
I from Prospect Pa. 'I Sanborn,has been transferred PANACEA If you are ready to sign P1XRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DKJYI-m
i I from the Veterans Hospital up for Medicare, you can OUTDOOR' 0* WOOCYIUS IIWT.
I rei I In Georgia, a representative from
; Gary Limbaugh Augusta $6.00 PERMANENT AVAILABLEEVERY see "11II
f I i turned home 0frer spend-I I to the veterans Hospital In. Tallahassee at the Craw-
and Today. Fri.. Sat.. Thurs. Fri. Sat. ,
ing the summer In Lakeland Lake City, Florida, he WEEK THE FOLLOWING DAYS fordvllle Courthouse at
t, Fla. I I'I remains In very critical : 9:30 A.M. on Wednesday,
i condition.Mr. TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY September 14. "IAS VEGAS HILLBILLIES Double Feature Program

t .\, Mrs. Ellen Barwick was They will help you in any with "BORN FREE"
admitted to the hospital on and Mrs. Clinton way possible. Bill Travers
August 27. Cox from Port St. Joe spent Ferlln HUlky Virginia McKenna
the weekend visiting Jane Mansfield

., I A from Mr. and friends and relatives In TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY \ Mamie Van Doren "A MAN COULD GET
Mrs. Cecil Wright 'who are Sopchoppy. Their daughterand
vacationing in Calvert City, husband, Mr. and Mrs. AND THURSDAY ONLY WISH I'D SAID "CAT Lee Marvin BALLOU James Garner

Ky., says they are having : Graham, came by to visit THAT Jane Fonda Melina Mercourl
friends also. ,.
a wonderful time. 1 ..01 -"III
11 r. ,
Ronnie Suber and wife Mr. and Mrs. Graham -

are visiting James Vernon Morrison and Sharon White ..
of Crawfordvllle. have returned home from a
tour In the Smoky and Blue CALL YU 4-2311 PANACEA "The move to find work for MCCLEN00N FUNERAL
those who ,
exceeded by
Ridge Mountains.Mr. all is '
Ode a onetime I I
I all for vrorkDonMajor
are not
resident of Crawford- HOME
I vile is visiting Mrs. Pasco and Mrs. Gordon t Thurston County
Harvey. Lambert and two daugh- (Wash.) Independent."When I 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE

"I ters, Sheri and Susan, are you help someone uphill I ..
.. i Mr. and Mrs. Ernest residing In the Stevie Re- you too are closer to the
Vause of Tallahassee, visited vell Apartments. The Re- ."- Frank Bridges, The PHONE 385-U61" Tallahassee" Fla.'
veils have furnished houses
Mrs. Dora Barnhill on I Smithville (Tex.) Times.
Friday. and apartments availablefor

Mr. Jim Anderson, the
I new English teacher at Happy to have Miss Thel-
,' Crawfordville is now making ma Harrell home after undergoing .
; his home here. ,surgery In the
t Tallahassee Memorial ,

David Wilson, son of Mr. Hospital last,week. o

: and Mrs. Bernard Wilson,
: of Ctawfordvllle has start- Happy Birthday to Har- PLAID STAMPS
!' ed college at F.S.U.Hewlll old Miawald Marjorie

be living on campus. zylphia Becton, Roberts Larry ,Burnette George, DRAWING LABOR DAf' SEPT 5.1966

Martha Turner, daughter Preston Trice, Jimmie FIRST PRIZE. . ,/ .. ."6000. STAMPS sB
i of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kilgore, Susan Carraway,
I ;: Turner of Crawfordville, Herman Bartow, Mrs. Vivian SECOND PRIZE..4000 STAMPS
has moved to Madison, Barnette Hardy Re-
.orida: where -'e '7 attending vell, Bonnie Bernice Rudd, THIRD PRIZE . . 2500 STAMPS
I North Florida Junior Kenneth Cox Norma Rudd,
College.Mr. Meritt Taylor, Florida Roberts FOURTH PRIZE. . . 1500 STAMPS

I Moody Pearce of die ,Strickland Brad Ashmore, Stanley, Ad- FIFTH PRIZE. . . 1000 STAMPS i Lot #1 1-327 N. Adams Lot #2-1414 S. Monroe

Crawfordville Is sick. We Crum, Glenwood Crum, Phone 224.3211 Ph. 222-5656
all hope for a speedy recovery Mrs. Clyde Sullivan John '
Lloyd Roberts Wanda 1965 Chevelle. $1695 1964 Monza. $1295,
Vause, and Rosetta Mc- MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE I Soot with radio. Ur andatandard S door sedan w;th 4 speed tran
radio and b..tn.
Dusty Cook,eon of Mr. Kenzie. transmission 1964 mliuon Belair. $1695 1
I and Mrs. Sanford Cook of 1960 Chevy I II.I $1195
: We, the loss of 4 door sedan with radio. buur. 4 door sedan automatic trim-
Crawfordvllle has moved regret 79SMOKED < automatic Irammlatlon Clean mINion, radio ft be.llr
i to Fort Pierce where he one 'of our most beloved on* ownerl964Buick. 1964 Ford . $139!
: I is attending Indian River citizens, Mr. Ben Isler, .. $1395' VS 4 door Station Wagon, r.dlo.lpecl.1 ,
f door with radio heat- heater and standard tranemla-
I Junior College. He will be, who died early Monday *,
j living on campus. morning at the Carrabelle 1963 Chevrolet.$1095' 1963 Valiant $895
Hospital. Mr. Isler had PICNIC SHOULDERS..LB..49 Station wages 4 door with alt 4 door, standard tranimliiion..
been in 111 health for some- ceodlUoner, radio *' Dtatcr1962lmpala Economy iharp S. cylinder enslneExtra

time. He will be greatly SIRLOIN STEAK. . . . LB. . 79* 4 door Hardtop' with' radio$995' $AVINGh!! 1963 Ford . $895he.ter
missed by all who knew end, air conditioning 5 cylinder with radio healer

him. No matter how big T-BONE STEAK. . . . LB. . 89tf 1962 Ford .. $795 OK I automatic.San trancmiiilon 4 door
the task, he was readyto ralrlaiM KM 4 door clean car 1961'Impala $895
IIII help those in need. Men CUBE STEAK. . . . . LB. . 99* Radio trtnimlMlen.. heater and automatic 4 door sedan with radio heater

like him help to keep our BAMA MAYONNAISE..aT..49* 1963 Falcon $795 USED CARSBACKED 1..96d2.upto.ku.Utr.namlaalon$78,.
country surviving.Mrs. t door ace owner low rniln. .
itock umber
List year more than 39 mil 1963PickUp.$895Chevrolet BYALFORDS otetTIye7A4FWat;
lion Americans of all\sires made Archie Jones of BLUE CHEER . GIANT SIZE..79* 0."H T493.er li-toa. OMowntr. 1960 Ford . $35J
beautiful music ss amateur musicians -
according to the Amer. Jacksonville spent last 1962 $1195 4-door sedan..utomaue:
Chrysler NaNees
week,with her Mrs. n-lMloa. heater. stock.
ican ?Musical Conference. Not mother Yorkor 4 door aedan with Altsd.
surprisingly, they purchaierf Alcona Berry. air conditioning, radio.Uanimluloa htat rand 42 YEARS 1962 Saab . $25
I about six times as many guitars BANANAS.. 2 LIS. 25c Slack No.automata ISM. : food, loia of mil"PLENTY
a. pianos. But there still are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pat- pdoormn'' No, $ tA.
I 22.7 million piano players to ton had as their last MORE OF SERVICE 1962 Buick . $795
guests ,
. nine million guitarists.Model Special 4 door VI with radio
.5. week his cousins from healer and automatic Iraaa*
1 Florida Mr. and Mrs. BOTH LOTS OPEN TILL ens) pY minion, ,
car racers get a bonanxa -
r0a YOUR
: 1958 Cadillac. .
in six new home race sets John Patton.
by Monogram Models,Inc.Four BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL Famous OK Quality 4 door Hardtop, .loaded Including
Air conditioning
are and 1/32 there's seal a big and,variety two in 1/24 SIM. and Mr.Mrs.and Mrs.Stone's O. L.Stone NOTEBOOK PAPER . 400. CT . 89* 1-Year LONG G-W TRADESPLENTY Warranty MORE
layout and price. All\ the sets sister
are complete with tracxz racing Miss Fergerson of Lanark '
ears hand controls and power Village, wereSunday after- .
oacks. The choice ranges from noon visitors of Mr. and
{hetwo-lane Watkins Glen set Mrs. ALFORD"CHEVROLE
Ralph Brown. Mr.
for $?* to the tricky four-Une
I (and four-csr) Sebring for Stone is president of the WJ:;SELL
$100. The big, one has a lap A.A.R.P. Chapter In Tallahassee I L"S. MONEY ORDERS
length of nearly 20 feet. area and their annual .!
.e I .
picnic was held
Parachute Jumping ia cornIng Saturday at the Carrabelle I ...

60 lullt-ln 000 on persons strong thrill.as belong a More hobby to twins witha P.Beach Love summer, Tallahassee.home of Mr.J. ,.'SHOP: 'LOCALLY Ail SAVE T: CO.l

1100 parachute clubs that eon and Mrs. Brown also enJoyed .
training courses and this PIGQTT'SSTORE:
occasion. ,
tiara wd Jump erent*. Not .

recommended and/or the faint. of r.youngster.-heart 'l\IEOART 2. fs To ServerY u-327 k Adams-1414 $ Mon_

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