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 29, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024652
oclc - 33429963
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BY Louisa C. Sopp i' Al; ELx
HANDICAPPEDThe The week of September The Junior Class of I

24 to October 1 has been Crawfordville is having a I Mrs. Annie Harms cele- !
Florida public designated National 4-H Bake Sale and Car Wash brated her 94th birthdayover 1

school drive for filled Club Week. This week has Saturday, October 1, in the weekend. Coming 1I
Goodwill bags. September Crawfordville. The bake from
Friday evening Wa-
been set aside to recognizeall
30 to October 5, is a "fam 4-H members throughout sale will be in front of the basso, Fla., were her

ily project' each year as the nation. Post Office and the Car daughter-in-law, Mrs. I-

students; enlist the help of National 4-H Club Week Wash behind the gym at rene Harms with her '

mother, dad and the neigh- begins a new 4-H Club year the shcool. If you want daughter, Mrs Bill Rice !
something made for you at and- three children from
and 4-H Clubs are now -
The school materials organized in the different the bake sale call Sylvia Vero Beach. They returned
coincides with
communities throughout Porter at WA6-3335. The home Monday. Her grand-
National Employ the Hand- the county for all boys car wash will pick-up and daughters and families r K rr
icapped Week. On Friday, delivery service. Call from Tallahassee were the
30 thousands and ,girls; between the agesof i
September WA6-3641 to have car and r
children ten to nineteen. your Al Zanco Douglas Rog-
of school in 23
The calendar of events picked up. ers families, and Terrysa 1'
Florida counties in the for the Wakulla County 4-H '1 Kilbourn. The family gath I'N 4 s :
Goodwill industries Sun- Clubs this Included the SMITH CREEK NEWS ering was held at the homeof x. 4 n
coast area will take home a year Mrs. Helen Kyle Harm's Wal- r k a
By Mrs. son.
county 4-H Dairy Show yW ..
Goodwill bag for the familyto
ter and wife, Ollle and her 4
which was on September -
fill. Last year only 17 Miss Margie Chason of daughter Mr. and u..- ,F tir
17. other events in the '
and .. ....
counties participated *\-- i
New York is spendinga
City Ralnh
year include the District III ..
collected upwards of 100- week with her -r mown. On Tuesday
000 bags, With five more 4-H Dairy Show to be heldon Mrs. Dola Chason.!mciticr, afternoon friends of Mrs.

populous/ counties adcto 1, a October 1 at Wakulla Harms were entertained in i
much greater total is expected County Livestock Pavllllon Patsy the Brown's home.
this the Wakulla County Swine Anderson of
William Whaley will head Show, the North Florida Tallahassee spent the Mr. and Mrs. Thomas

the campaign !n Wakulla Fair. 4-H Awards Pro- weekend with her parents, Crum are the proud par-
County. gram, County Events Day Mr. and Mrs. Otha Anderson ents of a baby girl, born Seatea at the Head Table, Left to Right, Rep. Ralph lyre, Sen. L. P. Gibson, Rep

The filled bags wU: be District Events Day, andState Saturday night at Tallahassee Ralph Turlington, Rep Emmett Roberts, Bob Kennedy,Legislative Reference Bureau "

brought to school by the 4-H Club Congress I Memorial Hospital. r
students on Wednesday, which is to be held at the Miss Connie Wilson of BOB SIKES TO ATTEND HOSPITAL PROGRAM I

October 5. and then trans- University of Florida in Tallahassee spent the week Lucille Herrell has been FORESTRY FIELD' DAY REUNIONRep.
Gainesville. end with her parents, Mr. admitted the Tallahassee
ported by truck to the Goodwill to SET AT PERRY
Workshop at -St. Pet- Some of the 4-H pro- and Mrs. Horace Wilson Memorial Hospital. Hope The first annual state Bob Sikes. D-Fla., STATE WORKERSThe
ersburg. jects for .girls Include she can soon be well and dean of Florida's congres- and
Field Day personnel retirement -
Foods Nutrition, Clothing I Mr< and Mrs. Joe Mac come home.B. FFA Forestry sional delegation will be a-
Floyd T. Christian,State Chason the weekend will be held at Perry on committee of the
Superintendent of Schools, Child Development, here in spent October 14 as part of the mong the honored guests at legislative council met last
Home improvement and Smith Creek. K. Roberts Mrs.Inez this year's 63rd annual
Is the 1966 general cam- Florida Forest Festival. Thursday at Miami Beach. '.
chairman. He many others. Projects available Yent and son, Mike and Williams Family Reunion
paign urges The William Contests begin at 1:30P.M. Chaired by Representative -
for this act- for boys are For- R. family visited Mrs. Florida Oct. 1.Sikes. the
strong support The field day is conducted Emmett Roberts
estry, Swine Field Flury of Smith Creek and Roberts Saturday to cele- and more ofFlorida's
Crops many
ivity as it not only helps by the Florida Associa- committee adopted a pro-
other In the
Home Beaq icationDairy pastors area brate her birthday.Congratulations political elite
the handicapped K become tion of Future Farmers of posal made by the sub-
attended in '
a meeting Lakeland -
Tractor care'and others with the William -
self supporting but also America and the Florida will mingle committee advisory on employee -
If you are between the Florida at the Bap- to Mr. who show 2,000 -
teaches children one of the Forest Service. The Florida ses, up group insurance,
important responsibilitiesof ages of ten and nineteen and tist Children's Home. and Mrs. John Beasley on Power Corporation is strong year after year to headed by Senator L. P.

good citizenship. This are interested in joining a people their wedding anniversary. sponsoring the event in catch up on family doings. Gibson.
4-H Club or if are a I II this com- Others accepting invit-
year many students plan tq you conjunction with the Florida Chairman Gibson's committee -
extend their efforts by providing I parent who would be willing munity wish to thank those Mr. Coy Harris attended Forest Festival. Eight ations to the day-long affair proposed a basic

extra bags for neigh to help in the 4-H' Club pro- persons responsible for the Sopchoppy vs. Bris- FFA Chapter teams, who included Secretary of plan of hospital and medi-

bors who want to aid the gram, please contact the getting the speed limit tol football game in Sop- were the winners and run- State Tom Adams Sen. cal Insurance for the indi-

project. County Agent's office.JUDGE'S signs. posted along the highway choppy Friday night Sep- ners-up in the Area For- I pete Gibson of Perry, vidual state employee,such

To keep more than 500 tember 16. Harris servedas estry Field Day,held during I Game and Fish Commission insurance to Include major

,. handicapped persons NAIi D FOR our coach for a num- the past year,will com- I. Director Earl Frye, medical coverage, paid for I
- steadily employed. Good- LOCAL ESSAY CONTEST r BOOSTERS MEET ber of years. Prior to that pete. Each team of six and District Court of Appeal by the state. .

will Industries rSuncoasf: EVERY TUESDAYThe assignment he is now ser- boys will compete in five Judge Martin Sack. When Chairman Roberts

needs the contents of 3,500 Robert Roddenberry, ving as coach In Daytona contests. I State Treasurer Brow- asked for a vote on the

bags for each work day. President'of the Sopchoppy Crawfordville Boos- Beach, Florida. The contests are as follows ard Williams, one of the question it passed unani- ;
Goodwill's material Lions Club has announcedthe tersClub is now organizedand : more famous of the clan, mously.It .

dropped considerably during judges for local entriesin meets every Tuesday Mrs. Faye Vern Dickson Estimation of volume of will deliver the main address was also established
Lions International'sPeace night at the school libraryat from Tallahassee who is a following traditionand
the summer when many standing trees, estimation that an administrative post
residents were on vacation.- Essay Contest.Mr. 8:00: P.M. There are relative of Mrs. Louise of tree heights and dia- speaking on some phaseof would be set up preferablyin
Roddenberry named forty members at present Sapp visited Mrs. Sapp the Williams Family.
Therefore, donations dur- meters, land measurement the office of the state
ing this school collectionare Robert Greener, a school and all men and businessesare Tuesday afternoon.Mr. log rolling and log It's like this year after Comptroller for the pur-

urgently needed. In addition teacher of Sopchoppy Doug urged to join and sup- sawing. year, hundreds and hund- pose of administering the
to clothing, shoes and Strickland, an administrative port our athletic program. and Mrs. David Dun- The first three contestsare reds of Wllllamses and Insurance plan adopted by

electrical appliances, toys Assistant, Florida The dues are $5.00 per lap from Decatur, Ga., are on an individual basis, their guests show up for the committee.

and other used or repair- Board of Parks, of Sop member. now residing with David'sparents while the log rolling and the family get-together. Comptroller Fred 0.

able household items are choppy, and Mrs. Faye The film of the previous until they build log sawing are done by a Politicians mingle with the ""Bud Dickinson s.ud.-Ills
Rouse, a retired teacher game will be shown every their home here. We are crowd. Acquaintances are
important. These articlesare team of two boys, repres- agency could handle the
of Tuesday night at 800. Our happy to have them back renewed. Newcomers to the
Sopchoppy. will
then sold at bargain They enting their respective program as a part of the
determine the club's next game Is at Apalachicola home with us. family are welcomed.
prices in Goodwill's 20 a- entry chapters.The state certified payroll sys
rea stores, with the pro- In the International Con- this Friday night,Sep boys will competefor Prayers are said for the "

ceeds paying the wages of test.The tember 30th, at 800. E- Herb Collins and his son, cash awards totaling dead. tem.Senator Gibson said that

the handicapped, but pro- Contest is open to veryone is urged to go and Raymond are residing in $300 or $60 per contest. And the day closes with this program would do
ductive workers. all young people in Sop back the boys!. the Stevie Revell APart- Three of the FFA Chap- one of the biggest dInner- much to continue a top q""!-
choppy who are 14 years of ments while constructingthe ters will be recognized withan on-the-grounds imaginable. ity of career employees In
age and under 22 as of Jan- new home of Mr. and appropriate banner for The table estends for state government.MRS. .
CRMtFORDVIllE' uary 14,1967. PANTHERS TOPPLE Mrs. Ronnie Harden whichis first, second, and third 250 feet and holds tons of

PERSONALS The Contest is initiatedto SNEADS 40"01crawfordv111e located near Ronnie's place based on total accumulated food cooked in the tradit- FLORIDA' ROBERTS
generate an awarenessand father's home in WestSop- point score In ional Southern manner,
Mr. Bud Dugger return- understanding of peace choppy. all the contests. slowly and lovingly the FETED ON .
ran a
ed home last weekend after among tomorrow s leadersMr. 33-0 halftime bulge up and The winning chapter will way a meal should be ,82nd BIRTHDAYMrs.

working in Lake City Fla. Roddenberry said. coasted in the second halfto The Rev. William B. be guests of the Florida cooked.

for the past two weeks. He said the Contest would a 40-0 victory over Chauncey from Jackson- Forest Festival at the It's eaten the same way, Florida Robertswas

release the ideas of cross Sneads Friday night. ville, Florida, filled the Festival banquet on Friday with plenty of conservationand honored on her 82nd

and Mrs. Herman section of the world's youthon Clint Nazworth scored appointment Sunday, Sept- evening. They will be a- fun.SOPCHOPPY. birthday by a party held in
Moates of Greenwood. the most pressing chal- three touchdowns to ember 18, in the place of warded the first place ban- her home last Saturday.
Mississippi visited friends lenge facing the world to- the anthers to their sec- the regular pastor. Bro- ner anda special plaqueat The party was given by
and relatives in the area. day. ond alght wide-margin ther Rochester, at the Congregational that time. FOOTBALL several of her friends in
While they were spendinga Anyone who wants the Holiness The following FFA Chap- the community. Those attending -
couple of days at Mrs. rules and further details of started the Church. ters will compete; Mul- Sopchoppy will play their were : Mrs. Drue
Moates brother's home, the contest should contact Nazworth berry FFA; Kathleen Sen- third game of the season Stalnaker, Mrs. Alcona
Mr. Hayward Harvey. any member of_ the Sop- scoring parade a Happy Birthday to Ann ior FFA, Lakeland; Wlll- Friday night against Car- Berry. Mrs. Vassle Rob-
choppy Lions Club or me." seven-yard TD sprint. He Raker Helen Whaley Z. iston FFA; Dade City FFA rabelle. The game will be erts, Mrs.JohnnieRoberts
also scored of 62 and ,
Mrs. A. L. Porter is in Mr. Roddenberry said. runs W. Revell M. E. McKenzie Blountstown Senior FFA; played on Sopchoppy'sfield. Mrs. Claudia Beasley
six yards. Larry Strick- Florida ponce de Leon FFA and Sopchoppy lost last ,
"hospital at Tallahassee Lions International, with R. Walthal ; Mrs. R. p. Revell Mrs. j.
touchdown ,
Memorial. We all hope fora more than 800.000 mem- land and a Emmitt ten yard Farrelland Roberts, Olive B. Sanders, Roulhac FF A. Chipley. Friday night to Brunnell L. .Baker Mrs. Oliver

speedy recovery. bers in more than 130 countries Butch, Taft scored fromfour Lora Kyle, Myrtle Langston 136. Sopchoppy'playa at' Tucker, Mrs. EthelMorri-
in the free would Merwyn Jones Arva home this week so go to
is Bon, Mrs. Bessie
Mr. Willie Pelt is homeon the largest service club organization and eight yards out, Nell Sanders. Link Mathis CRAWFORDVILLE I the game and cheer your Mrs. Norma Rudd Kemp Mrs.,
leave visiting his par- in the world. respectively.Crawfordville outrushedthe and Eloise Strickland. FOOTBALL team to victory. Best of Ernest Roddenberry Mrs.Oscat' .
ents and friends. He leavesto luck: boys. Game time is
hosts 300 yards to a Ewing Sr., Mrs. Lydia -
to admit- 8:00 P.M.NOTICE .
go Charleston S.C. Hodge was
Myron Crawfordville Panthers
minus-one, and racked up Isler, Mrs. Sue Gram-
where he will stay over ted to Tallahassee Memorial play their third of ling
game Mrs. Annie
while Harms
16 first downs Sneads ,
night and then leave'to Saturday for
go managed just one. Hospital the season Friday night against Mrs. Ralph Brown Mrs.
to the Panama
Sneads is now 0-2. They surgery. Chapman. The game Mattle Revelle, Mrs. Archie -
IFtruru will play Greenville next wound 11ke will be played on Chapman's A revival will be held at Morrison Mrs. Mae

Friday night, this game also con- field. The pantherswon Spring creek Primitive Lawhon, Miss Mary Stal-
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTMr. to be played on the Pir- gratllate Mr. and Mrs. Oliver their first two games. Baptist church starting on naker; Mrs. Irene Harms,
Tucker who celebrated They beat Sneads last Fri- October 2, 1966. Mrs
ates home field. Ray Revell and children -
and Mrs. Albert I. ._ their 60th Wedding Anni- day night 40-0. We want to Services will be held and the Rev. Jesse
Porter of Crawfordville on Sunday. wish them luck each evening
versary good :against beginning at L. Baker. "
announce the birth of Kel- ADVERTISINGDOESN'T their next opponent. Game 7:30. .#4

lie Sue Porter on September time i* 8:00 P.M. Go to the The Rev. Cornwell of
20. She "Politic: Most, promising Tallahassee
weighed 8 SUBSCRIBE' game and support your Will be the SUBSCRIBE TO THE NES
pounds and is the sister of careers. team. speaker.

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NEW In Court of the County Judge, IN THE 'BY Mrs. Commissioners of Wakulla
rHUUDAr. RP1'IIIID 2; J9ee Wakulla State of Florida County, OF FLORIDA, IN AND are sorry to hear that met this date In Crawfordville with all members pres- E. R. Wheaton,

i -''' In ProbateIn FOR WAKULIA COUNTY. IN Mrs. Llnnle Oliver, the ent: County Agent
I re the Estate of CHANCERY.No. mother of Mrs. Jimmie The Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved -

Thomas Duncan Head Gwen, Is In the Tallahassee ; October Soil Test Month
deceased.To Memorial Hospital.We On the motion of Commissioner Strickland and the 'Don't Guess -- Soil

WAKULLACOUNTY 1 wish for her a speedy recovery second of commissioner Young,George Harper and Ern- Test". This Is the advice
All Whom It May Concern Geraldine Plaintiff Salter, est Roddenberry were appointed as directors of the ADA given by Russell Henderson

; NEWS iT.l.pboee I DIVORCE program for Wakulla County. Extension Agrono-
Notice is hereby given that It -to ee Mr. Motion by Mr. Davit and seconded by Mr. Stricklandto mist, University of Florida
WMaat 1.8301 Florence Head has filed her vs.Harris K. Salter, Bennie Rogers out and a- enter Into agreement with Florida Forest Service for at a recent farmers

final estate report of Thomas as Executrix Duncan Head of they,| Defendant. bout after a long stay In assignment of fire truck to Civil Defense and the Och- meeting held In Crawford

deceased that she filed has petition the Tallahassee Memorial locknee Bay Volunteer Fire Department was carried. ville. Mr. Henderson explained -
for final discharge, and NOTICE TO APPEAR Hospital.The Motion by Mr. Carter and second of Mr. Davis to deed and presented Information -
that she will apply to the Hon- Panacea Cemetery to the Bethel Primitive Baptist on the Import
orable George 1.. Harper, County I STATE OF FLORIDA TO North Rev. andMrs.RogerC. Church was carried. ance of fertilizer and lim-
FRED L. IEI( nuY.: ..PUBLISHERD. judge ofWakulla County,Flor- Main Harris K. Salter ngfieJd, 2259, Mo. Stimson are In Europe Judge A. L. Porter presented a protest to the assess- ing crop and pasture landon

D. HARVEY . . .EDITOR ida, on the 28th day of October, You are hereby notified that a visiting their son who Is ment o? $240,000.00 on Taff properties inShell Point and the basis of a soil test
1966, for approval of same and suit for divorce has been brought with the U. S. Embassy, Commissioner Young moved that the assessment reduced rather than 'guessing'what

Crawfordvills., F16dda for final discharge of Thomas as Executrixof Duncan against you by Ceraldine Saber", but they will be back next to $140,000.00 but the motion failed with the a particular crop needs.
yntsre at the estate of Wakulla with Interest- Chairman and Mr. Strickland voting No and Mr.Walker
aecond elu. matut. Subscript Head deceased, on this 23rd4ay in the Circuit Court Sunday many Mr. Henderson also stat-
I' .00 ,..r. of September, 1966. County, Florida, and you are ing details about their trip. not further ed, in reviewing soil samples
ion rate$3: per hereby required to file with the We have missed them while After discussion Mr. Young again moved the sent taken from Wa-

/./ A. L. Porter Clerk of the Circuit Court of said they have been away and assessment of Shell Point be reduced to$140,000.00 andit kulla County over the past

Executrix of the estate of County your written defenses, If will be glad to see them. was then seconded by Mr. Strickland and carried. five years, that over 90%
You Meed. Thomas Duncan Head, any, In said suit and to serve a The Rev. Robert E. Keim, Motion by Mr. Strickland and seconded by Mr. Young of the farmers needed lime.
If deceased. copy of same on A. L. Porter,I has been preaching for us that the 1966-67 mllleage be set as follows, 2.13 mills, It was explained that limeor

Office Supplies before Crawfordville the 31st, Florida day of October, on or\\I In their absence. And we general revenue fund, 1 mill fine and forfeiture fund, the ( Dolomite) does not become -

Office Furniture. 929,106,13,20.IN ; A. D. 1966. Herein fall not or a : have been most fortunate motion was duly carried.On available in the soil,
..Business Machines decree pro confesso will be entered to have him. Our attendancehas the motion of Commissioner Welker the following to a great extent, until fourto
against; you. steadily grown since resolution was adopted: six months after appli-
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF WITNESS the Honorable W.Ma he has been with us.We Invite WHEREAS, the Florida State Board of Health has condemned cation.

RANEY WHALEY THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I Walker, one of the Judgesof you to come to Sunday most of the private water systems of the Townof To assist fanners In Wa-
atCAPITAL OF FLORIDA IN AND said court and the seal there- School and church services St. Marks, and the town is in dire need of some fin- kulla County to determine
OFFICE FOR WAKULLA COUNTY. IN I of, at Crawfordvllle, Florida, each Sunday morning at ancial help In getting a complete city owned water systemfor crop fertilizer and lime
I this 23rd day of September, A.
EQUIPMENT CO. CHANCERY.No. 1000.: the town, and needs, October has been
1399 D. 1966. (seal) WHEREAS If something is not done soon, several designated Soil TestMonth.
Roland has businesses dare to make any move to come into town Wakulla farmersare
,J02 E. Loxraln WALKER, /./ Moody Pearce
ponald the conditions thereforeBE
of Circuit Court, been In the Tallahassee under pres -nt requested to contact
223 S. AQNLSTALLAHASSEE" Plaintiff,Vs. Wakulla Clerk County, Florida. Memorial Hospital for IT RESOLVED by the Board of County commis- the County Agent's Officeas

FLORIDA I Sarah Elizabeth WALKER, 929,106,13,20.In tests We sincerely hope sioners of Wikulla County, Florida, that a copy of this* soon as possible to request -
I Defendant. they found everything resolution be mailed to Senators Holland and Smathersland that their farms be
"O.K.* Congressman Don Fuqua asking them to be of any I soil tested the week of OCt-

ORDER OF PUBLICATION the Circuit Court of the Second assistance that they can In this matter ober 10-14. Boynton'sSeedand
HENRY WILLIAMS Judicial Circuit of Flo- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Passed in open session this 19th day of September Fertilizer, Bradley's
STATE OF FLORIDA TO rida,In and ForWakulla Coun Ruryk, of Tampa, Florida, 1966. Feed and Farm Supply,
REALTY Sara Elizabeth Walker ty. In Chancery.No. were visiting her parents, On the motion of Commissioner Young the following Dolomite Products, Inc.,
3413 Commercial Street 1400. Mr. and Mrs. B.H.Rogers, advertisement was commenced: and International Mineraland
San Antonio, Texas Roston Warren Powell, over the weekend. Mr. and Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Com- Chemical Company will

Reg. Real Estate Broker hereby notified that a Plaintiff, Mrs. Ruryk are being missioners of Wakulla County will receive sealed bidsat have representatives in
You are VI.WUhelminla. transferred to Miami the office of the of the Circuit In
St. Marks Fla. for divorce has been Clerk Court Craw Wakulla County during this
complaint L. Powell, Florida and will be moving fordville until October 17th at 8.30 P.M.for furnishings
filed against; you in the Circuit week to take soil samples,
Phone 741 Court of Wakulla County, Flor- Defendant. there right away. He Is employed for the following: 1 used GMC Truck, Transport with on farms requesting this .
ida, In Chancery. You are here- Order of Publication by IBM and she Is tandem Lowboy, first class condition, 1958 Model, 18- service.
HEAL ESTATE ALL"YPESAI.oclate by required to file(personally or State of Florida Tot with GMAC. They have 500 tt Rear axle, 5 speed trans., all air brakes etc., six 4-H District
by attorney) with the Clerk of Wilhelminia L. Powell, bought a lovely new homeIn cylinder. The board reserves the right to reject any or Dairy Show
: said Court, and send a copy of General Delivery, Hollywood, Fla., a sub- all bids, and award to the interests of Wakulla County. Wakulla will host
I. .. Hatcher. Sr. the same to the attorney for Strongrville, Ohio. urb of Miami. The Board approved the vouchers before them and the District County 4-H
written defenses, You are hereby notified that III Dairy
Phone 14 6-3201 plaintiff your a directed that warrants be Issued in payment therefor.
If any, to the complaint in said complaint for divorce has been Mr. and Mrs. Billy Rog- There being no further business coming to the atten- Show, Saturday, October I,
before October filed in the Circuit All 4-H members and per-
cause, on: or against you and
ers family were of
DAVE'HAMRICKINSURANCE tion the Board the same was adjourned on the motionof
31, 1966. Herein fall not or Court of Wakulla County, Florida weekend guests of their sons In Wakulla County are
Commissioner Strickland.
defaultwlll be en- in You here- the
Judgementby Chancery. are and invited to attend showat
Mr. Mrs.
tered against you. by required to file (personallyor parents theWakuUaCount'Llvestock -
WITNESS my hand and the seal by attorney) with the Clerk of H. Rogers.We Attest: Moody Pearce Approved: Willard Carter, Pavlllion, starting at
AUTOMOBILE: of said Court at Crawfordville, said Court, and send a copy of Clerk Chairman
BONDS Wakulla County, Florida, this the same to the attorney for extend to Mr. and 9:30: a.m.
21st day of September, 1966. plaintiff, your written defenses, Mrs. William L. Meadors

CASUALTY if any, to the complaint In said our deepest sympathy In the ,. ... ,_.
MARINE: (Official Seal) cause, on or before October 31, death of her grandmother.. I
1966. Herein fall not or Judgment Mrs. Meadors has gone to .
'FIRE fsf Moody PeareeClerk by default will be enter- Mississippi for the funeral.So .
Circuit Court, ed against you.WITNESS .
877-3108 Wakulla FloridaJ. hand and seal
County the
glad to know that Mr.
of laid Court at Crawfordvllle, Enjoy the benefits ofcomputer -
,1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1813 H. HUDSONP. Wakulla County, Florida, this E. B. Myers of St. Marks,
.O. BOX 66Crawfadville 26th day of September, 1966. Is better after being on the
TALLAHASSEE. FLA. sick list for several
Fla. days.
-' .' (official seal)
for Plaintiff.
TERRY HARRIS Attorney 9/29,10/6,13,20. 1//Moody Pearce Pearce JustlearnedthatMrs. r a

Clerk Circuit Court Gall Be>'ls, of St. M
House irint k' ,I Wakulla County, Florida Marks, Is In the Tallahassee -
'* AppiancevRepair} .FOR SALE: 1 Norge circulating J. H. Hudson Memorial Hospital for accuracy and electronic banking.

heater, $IS.OO. Hull P. O. Box 66Crawfordville tests. We are hoping she
,aJtlectrlc flLanke ts size G.E. Range,excellent, Florida will soon be home with a
$65.00,11956 Black Cadi- Attorney for Plaintiff clean bill of health.

Route" I. Box 34 llac 'jam Up", $495.00. P. 9/29.
Sopchoppy, Florida. 0. Box $115, Crawford My sources of Informa-
/hone IO-ZZi42: ville, Fla. Ph WA63944. FOR SALEi Must sell my tion were unavailable this
.. ..-';,. home, have lowered my week... they had all gone

I price $1000. Call Mrs. fishing..Mrs. T.B. Green,
Bobby Russ at WA6-5141 Mrs. B. H. Rogers, Mrs. H.

REVIVALSPRING after six. Nelton Jernlgan...

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon '
Despite the nation's booming al
BAPTIST CHURCH Davis, formerly of Lynn,
economy, more onethird
Mass., are visiting Mrs.
of American
STARTING OCTOBER 2, 1966--1BOptn NIGHTLYREV. have no savings, investments, Sylvia paullg and Fred aria
Kelghtley. Mrs. Davis,who
CORNWELL TALLAHASSEE or reserve funds!, according to Is Mrs. Paullg's cousin,
a recent report issued by the and her husband are buildIng -

SPEAKER University of Michigan Survey a home In Orange City, I Qideit .
Research Center.
.... Volusia County, Florida.
Mr. Davis, who was a master -
Tananassce Business Firma chef retired last month &nhI

from The Continental, in
Boston. One of New Eng-

1-- DIRECTORYPATRONIZE land's finer restaurants..

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I Notice is hereby given that the \; 'A1,2
Board of County Commissioners
of Wakulla County will receive
sealed bids at the office of the
a i O. I I. GRAMLING Clerk of the Circuit Court in
.r Crawfordville until October 17that
!!I & Co.OneStop 8:30 P.M. For furnishing the t
following 1 used CMC Truck Banking Hours: F -
Service for transport with tandem lowboy, ,
?,. Flint River Mills FeedSeedFertilizeFoultry first class condition, 1958 model Monday thru Thursday 9 to 5 4
2015 >t Monroe 877-1155: 18,500, rear axle, 5-speed
P-R-M Ranch ft Garden Center Garden Supplies ToolsSo. trans., all air brakes etc., six Friday.........;......... 9 to :30WAII
board reservesthe
826 I Gaines
a 224.7197BakerAlford reject or all bids, rRememb.r
Adam at B.A.L.R.R.Cronill' right to any
and award to the best interest of

Co. the county.
I Light WtigKt and Regular Phone 't2i t2u .... 9/29,10/6.
Tin Pa vismm" Concrete Block, -
Anything for your auto, truck
Hanson Wood
or tractor. Also for your power ,
lawnmower, and much for your n
boa t. s. Adam St. at 4Polntse *
208 N.Adams St. Ph. 222.3380 .' the .
|. 222-5840 P. O. Box 661 name of
1 t.r our bank I
... t. the ne.t time you're '

..Yaeger. .., Inc. Little Folks Store, f Lii sk'U'SiAT tin, .iAffK.t'

'" ,;" Inc. c ,
""The Capital's!
f'I Majors for Minors" I w
I /Mran' and Bond AUdTA', Furniture, Toile, : 'At1J4"

Games, Hobbies "OK OK-you'vepassed : OlJest' .
214 $.'Adams'St. Tel. 222-4680 Baby Aectnortt cooking merit badge j '- ......
133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1148 reqairemenU. C0/eaaMau.

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by Sunday School HOLINESS 'CONGREGATIONAL 'Rev. Jesse I.., Belr ,",*atar
Rev. Jess Ba\Hr, Morning Wo0 10:00AM tar. P.O. Kirod, Pastor (Inactive) NEW UCHT ASSEMBLYOF HOLINESS CHURCH let 6 3rd Sunday:
... Sunday School lOiOOAM COD CHURCH MoTluiig Wonhip '9roAtJ
CrawfcwMlle Methodist .uOQ ,
Church SsOOO PM Rev.'Roy Rochester, Pastor 130\ AM
EVeDDg Worship Worship 11:00 AM Rev. Cary Cctney/Pastor Sunday School
Woman' Mission PM I Training Union 6:30 PM PANACEA Sunday School 1000 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM 2nd & oWl Sunday
Union 1st Evening Worship 7:30 IM Morning Wonhip 11:00 AM Mftlng'WOIddp lls00AM Sunday School 10:00 AM
ARRAN Woman'' Moodiy Midweek Prayer BETHEL PRIMITIVE Christ's Ambassadors Young People's Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Society -Missionary 3rd Friday Service Wed. 7:30 .PM ,BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sunday 6:30 PM Service 6:00 PM Evening Worship 7:30 PM
TOWER PENTECOSTAL Men's Men's Brotherhood Cortex'White, Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 PM :Evening Worship 7:45 PM Midweek Prayer
HOLINESS CHURCHRev. 3rd Brotherhood fct Jtursd>y 7:30 PM Sunday School Midweek Prayer Midweek Prayer Service: ITues.) 7'30 PM
Tuesday 7.30 PM I IWM3S2nd Sunday SOsOOAM Service Wed. Service (Tues.) 7:45 PM Methodist Youth Fellowship -:
Every ( PM
Noah Connell, Pastor The following held at 3.15 PM Thursday 7:30 PM 2n<1 Weekend Woman's'Auxiliary Wed. Every Sun. Evening 6>30 PM
Sunday School 10:00 AM Royal Ambassadors Choir practice alt PM Sat. Eve. Wonhip 7:30 PM West Florida CongregationalHoliness Woman's Society: ()f
:Morning Worship liiOO AM Every Monday C Tuesday Sun. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM SPRING CREEK Campground Christian Service '
Young People's Service 6:00 PM CilIa] A uxUlary MEDART Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM June 8 22, 1966SOPCHOPPY 2nd Tuesday 3:15 PMMen's
Evening Worship 7100 PM Every Tuesday c 4th Weekend Brotherhood-
Sunbeams 4th ,30 PM
Midweek Prayer 7:30 PM FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE Sat. Eve. Worship: 7:30 PM Thursday v 7
Every Monday g Rev. Earl Pearce Pastor CHURCHOF Children's Hour -
Wed. 11:00
Service ( ) TuesdayCURTIS Sun Mom.Worship AM
BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM CHRIST 1st C 3rd Tuesday :3:15 PM

Emmett Whaley, Pastor Prayer Service (Fri.) 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Floyd McCullough Minister
{RAWORDVIllEBEULAH MILLS, 2nd SundaysEvening Evening Worship 7:30 PM Jible Study 10:00 AM
I Worship 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer towing Worship 11:00 AM SMITH CREEK
7i30 PM
CURTIS MILLS COMMUNITY 4th Weekend evening Worship
BAPTIST CHURCHRev. CHURCH (Holiness) Sat. Mom.Worship 11:00 AM HOLINESS CHURCHRev. Bible Study (Wed.) 7:30 PM MT. ELON BAPTIST CHURCH"

Emmett Whaley, Pastor I Herbert Thompson, Teacher Sat. EveningWorship 7:30 PM Steve Harrell, Pastor SPRING CREEK PRIMITIVE Rev. William Flay, Pastor
I Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:50 AM
tSadao Sunday School 10:00 AM H,00 AM
Morning Worship'11sOOAM 11sOOAM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship
I 10100 AM Morning Worship Rd '. W. W. McAllister Pastor
Evening Worship 7iOO PM Evening Worship 7:30 PM Training Union 6:00 PM
Morning Worship 11,00 AM Prayer Service Midweek Prayer Young People'sService 6:15 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM Rev. O. C. Hall, Pastor Evening War Hip 7:00 PM
Evening Worship 7130 PM Wednesday C Friday 7i30 PM Service Tuesday 7:30 PM Sunday Service Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM Woman's Missionary UnIon-
3M Weekend.Sat. Ladies Prayer Evangelistic 7:30 PM Evening Worship 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11100 AM 1st Monday after
Mom. Worship 11100 AM ServiceWednesday 10:00: AM ifidweek Sunday Midweek Prayer Training Union 7:00 PM 1st Sunday 9:00 AMt
Sunday School 10100 AM Prayer Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Evening Worship 8:00 PM
Morning Worship lisOOAM IVAN Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM !Midweek Prayer ,. --.
Evening Worship 7130 PM MEDART ASSEMBLYOF Service (Wed.) 800PM "WAKULLA
IVAN ASSEMBLY OF COD CHURCHRev. ST. MARKS Woman's Missionary Society

CRAWFORDvuAt- METHODIST Henry Cooksey, PastorSsmd Sunday School 10:00 AM A. V. Pickern Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sunbeams CHURCH
CHURCHRev. y School MOAM Morning Worship 11sOOAM Sunday School 10:00 AM Fred Harrison Pastor 2nd & 4th Tuesday 3:15 PM Rev. Roger Stimson, Pastor

Jesse L. Baker, Pastor Mowing Worship ll.offJM; Evening Worship 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM Mrs lyon Crosby Church and
Jvening Worship Midweek Prayer Training Union 6:00 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Community Worker for Wakulla
Irt 6 3rd Sunday! Winter 7:00 PM Service Wed. 7:30 PM Evening Worship 7:00 PM Training Union 6:30 PM MT. SEASON PRIMITIVE County. .
Sunday School 10sOOAM Summer 7i30 PM Christ's Ambassadors Midweek Prayer Evening Worship 7:30 PM BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sunday School 910 AM
Morning Worship 11:00 AM vtldweek Prayer Saturday 7:30 PMOTTER.CRffK Service (Wed.) 7:30 PMWoman'a Midweek Prayer Cortez White, Pastor Morning Worship 10(00( ( AM
Evening Worship 7(30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Missionary Union Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM 1st Weekend:
_2nd C 4th Sunday: Thurs. after 1st Sun. 10:00: AM Sat. Mom. Wor. 11:00 AM ,.
MoDling Worship .9:30 AM Boy Scouts (FrI.) 6:00 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM ZION HILL

Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Emmett BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sunday School 10:00 AM
Whaley PastOl''nd (Inactive)
I Methodist Youth Fellowship Weekend W. W. McAllister, Pastor George Dickey, Pastor Morning Worship 11:00 AM 2nd 6 4th Sundays
Sunday School 10:00 AM Morning Wgrship
Every Sunday Evening 6:30 PM iat. Evening Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 11:00 AM
Morning Worship
9:45 AM
Woman's Society of Christian :un. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM 1st Every Sunday Sunday Training Union 7:00 PM I I1Ae ,
Service-3rd Tues. 3:30 PM s
:: 8:00 PM
Morning 11:00 AM Evening Worship
Men's Club-3rdTues. 7:30 PM 3rd Worship Midweek Prayer Old 1vmdp
Wesleyan Service Guild -
Service 7:30 PM II
7:30 PM
4th Thursday 8:00 PM Evening Worship I
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Friday. October 7 ,\ '

LUNCH MENU MENU Oct. 3 oct. 7 Wednesday. October 5 PotatoesCarrotsCelery !:>
Sliced Ham e.1

Monday. OctoberJ Monday. Oct. 3 Sweet Potatoe Cabbage-Pineapple Salad "Oratory Is the art-of makIng .
Hot Dogs Southern Fried Chicken Marshmallow Casserole Jello w/ FruitBreadButter deep sounds from the L4s'T
Baked Beans Steamed Rice Green Beans chest seem like important
PeachesCabbage Tossed Salad Peanut Butter Delights Milk messages from the brain."

slawBunsButter Peach HalvesBreadButter BreadButterMilk I -- --

Thursday. October 6 MCCLENDON FUNERAL
Tuesday '. Tuesday. October 4 Hamburgers FEDERAL SAVINGS AND IOAN'ASSN.TAUAMAUSlHOeJOA .
Turkey Salisbury Steaks LettuceTomatoesPotatoe I HOME
Rice Mashed potatoes Chips
Tossed Salad Green peas Banana PuddingBreadButter 1 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE .
String BeansBreadButter

Brea-Butter Milk 'Tpjt

MilkWedtteeday.00tobet5 Sweet Potatoe Casserole Milk.. pHONE 305-1161 Taltabatttt ,' Fla.

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JeUo WI Fruit Would you like a new exciting career In the growing
Butter meeting was called to order by Chairman Rod- motel Industry? We will train you to be Motel Managers -

Milk denberry. Members present: Mr. Crum,Mr. posey, and clerks, Housekeepers and Hostesses. Large
Mr. Strickland.' Members absent:Mr. paulk.Mr. Paulk earnings plus apt.
confined In the hospital. Age No Barrter..Budgec Term..FreeLocal andNat-
Thursday October. was absent due to his being tonal Placement Assistance. Train at home In spare
Fried Chicken The minutes of the previous meeting were read and time, followed by resident training at a luxury motelIn

Mixed Vegetables approved. Miami Beach, Fla. Don't Delay...write now for free
Tomato WedgesCreamed Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded by Mr. Crum,that Mr. details and requirements. Absolutely no obligation. A
Corn Cecil Nickels' services be terminated as a bus driver division of U.T.s., Miami, Florida established 1945. 29t
Bread & ButterCup effective September 19, 1966. .""*"*""""..""""""*'
Cakes Voting for the motion: Mr. PoseyMr. Crumand Mr. UWVERSALlI3wEL"sraOoi5

Milk Roddenberry. Dept. W-372-N
Voting against the motion: Mr. Strickland. 1872 N..W. 7th Street
Fridsiy.Octoberl Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded by Mr.Strickland,that MIAMI, FLORIDA 33125
Beef & Gravy the resignation of Mrs. Dorothy M. Mosley be accepted.
English Peas Voting for the motion: Mr. Posey, Mr. Crum, Mr. Name .
Bread & Butter Roddenberry, and Mr. Strickland.Bids Address_ C
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Brownies were received and opened for milk. Bids were city. : Phone crateZipAge -- TBONE79

Milk submitted by companies as Indicated; --
Bordens Dairy .075 per 1/2 pt. -9i22,29,10/6, U.1
Velda Dairies .0735 per I/2 pt. ,' -
Cornell AutomatesThe Sunshine State Dairymen's Coop .0725 per!/2pt.

Apple OrchardA Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded by Mr. Posey,that PORK CHOPS . END CUTS. LB. 69*

the bid be awarded to Sunshine school State Dairymen's Coop. to LOREA ISATE LOCAL CANE SYRUP. I GAL.:99GOLD *
1966-67 year.
furnish milk for the
machine cross and between an anti-aircraft a pin ball Voting for the motion: Mr. Posey, Mr. Crum, Mr. CROSS EVAP. MILK. 2.'CANS. 33*

"shoot fun has down"been apples developed in the to Roddenberry Moved by Mr.and Posey Mr. Strickland., seconded by Mr. Crum,that the NOW SHOWING TODAY THRU SATURDAY TOMATOES. . 2-303 CANS . 33*

bills be paid as presented.

American The experimental orchards machine, Voting for the motion: Mr. Posey, Mr. Crum, Mr. Th'e World's Most See the World GIANT F AB. . . . . ., 9t
and Mr. Strvkland. : Thrilling CircusAttractlonsl
first of its kind has banks of Roddenberry, that the in the Raw t
Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded by Mr. Crum, BANANAS2 LBS. . 25*
prongs mounted on a fork-lift Board the resignation of Mr. Donald Tucker as \
tractor for easy maneuverability of November 30, 1966. Starring Don Ameche
effective as
and positioning in the tree Voting attorney for the motion: Mr. Posey, Mr. Crum, Mr, "MACABRO" NBC FAMOUS COOKIES. ,11 OZ..Q9t
and has been designed and "RINGS AROUND,
built by Prof. William F. Millier Roddenberry, and Mr. Strickland. Strickland,that THE WORLD"
seconded by Mr.
) and his assistants KennethE. Moved by Mr. Posey,
Ryan, research associate the Board adjourn. Mr. AT PIGOTT"S'CASH & CARRY WE NOW HAVE

and James A.Throop research Voting for the motion: Mr. Posey, Mr. Crum, HIGHWAY CAPITOl..,... I
technician of the agricultural RodJenberry and Mr. Strickland. PIRRT THE NEW FALL GARDEN SEEDS
engineering department N. Y. OUTDOOR M W"IIUIIWY. I II

State College of Agriculture,

The prongs are inserted into TODAY THRU SATURDAY I
the tree to shake the fruit-laden R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME TODAY THRU SATURDAY

branches. When shaken loose, I Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director RUSI Rambh/n-Kleron Moore : "E' SELl
apples bounce through the "SON' OF A CUNFICHTER" Paul Newman Lauren Bacall
prongs like pin balls onto a Phone 697-3366 "HARJ'l\ MONEY ORDERS

catching frame and then'roll to Rock Hudson-Claudia Cardinal .,
a box filled with water. The CARRABELLE, FLA. "BLINDFOLD" .J _
I apples are propelled to the bottom ,"34 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" Gary Grant Audrey Hepburn s
I of the box by a padded rolland : ,RobertVaughn-DavidMcCallum| "CHARADE""SPY LOCALLY
I released to float to the surf SERVING rAXULl.UNTY I WITH MY FACE" :SHOP ANDJSAYE
I face. Cushioning material bused t
to pick bruise-free fruit. r- { I Nbo: TT ,S.STORE

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French Flair With Wallcovering 1 THURSDAY; SEPTEMBER ... ....1

New Camaro makei ,

I t J rI Six Distinct Car Lines for Chevrolet in 1967Five

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1967 Chevrolet models appear to be standing at attention as the CAMARO: ,newest member of the family,makes its Introductory
bow to the public (foreground,CAMARO Super Sport). While each Chevrolet model has distinctive styling motifs the all new CAMARO:
." J>.,.,,:..2.J' features a new approach to the "long hood-short deck"design so successfully introduced to U.S. buyers by the Corvette. All Chevrolet-
:" >. o! .. ilJ: .,(>fi t;. 1-\:1 t\l'.1i.: \ t built passenger cars go on public display at dealers' September 29.

Inspired by French Artist Henri de Toulouse. stock. It possesses high wet strength with out Fabric
La n tree, this colorful screen appears authen standing tear resistance. Thus, Varlar hanging Glows WORTH --
tic that at first glance one would think It band Is carefree, even for the novice After being ... .
painted, rather than made of wall covering. The cut to size the wallcovering Is pasted Into placeon For Safely r nh1@ I':1 ::;: .
Lautrec pattern Is vividly reproduced on a the bare panels. Also, it Is scrubbable and
beige background In shocking pink orange strippable (removable In seconds) should you My Neighbors A newly develop phospho- .
yellow and black. Homemakers will find this desire to change your screen later on. (From S rescent fabric glo a in the ABOUT"Food ...
unusual screen easy to make since the wall. the Varlar Collection by the United Wallpaper dark for 10 to 12 hours after 're"" :\ -
covering produced from exceptionally strong Company of Chicago.) >i = activated tuljible
being for short periods
I i by natural or artificial will play an increas Pray one for another.

4> 4 I light, Reeves Brothers, Inc., of ingly significant role in the -(James 5:16))
LABOR LAW NEEDED-In OCTOBER New York City announced. It free world's quest for peace. When those near and dearto
commenting on strikes "which BIRTOctober & is made of tough industrial nylon In that quest, feeding mankind us are unhappy or unsuc-
threaten irresponsible damageto and is coated with'a phos- becomes a primary consideration cessful, we may long to help
the national interest" Rep. phorescent-pigmented vinyl. as the population expld-- them in every way we can.
0. C. Fisher (D.-Tex.) said, The fabric, called Reeves- sion threatens starvation for However, first we should pray
"Labor unions should be sub 5, 1921-Baseball glo has already found applica many more millions in an al. for guidance and good judg
ject to the antitrust laws. A fans heard the first radio -l. tion in the safety field for ready hungry world. The overwhelming ment so that our help is as
special court could be estab broadcasts of a World Series, warning flags. Other uses include need is for high effective as we want it to be.
lished to resolve labor-man. with the play-by-play description night vests for traffic protein foods at low cost. We Our prayers quicken the
FOOD PRICES agement issues. The public is given by sports writer ::' Gaf, control officers,airplane ground are exploring the appropriaterole Spirit of Christ within them.
that the In stating entitled to protection against Grantland Rice. crews, utility men, motor and for General Foods in help Our prayers quicken in us the
housewife rancher and jungle-type actions by power- October 8, 1918 In the Well goodnight John-we bicyclists and others who workor ing meet this need.C. faith that Christ is guiding
for higher cannot be blamed drunk labor leaders." heart of the Argonne Forest, certainly enjoyed your wife'shospitality. travel in hazardous semi- W. Cook them in the way of their high
food prices, Sen. France, in World War I, Sgt. ." dark surroundings. PresidentGeneral est good.
Tower (R.-Tex.) said, hill,
Alvin C. York captured a Foods Corporation
'It (s about time
the Federal
killed 20 enemy soldiers and
Government quit pointing its captured 132 others. In the
accusing finger at somebody I. words of Marshal Foch, thehero's
else and resolved to get its
own WORLD a s feat was "the greatest
spending house in order. The SEGIESal
thing accomplished by any
road to lower living costs and private soldier of alt the CMnVaaL
to improved farm prices lies in V P armies of Europe"October 1
the aareaKl
resumption of
san 9, 1701-Yale Col-
ity. It is time the Federal Government
lege was
attacked inflation, not
its citizens"

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Lot 1 1-327 Adams SEPTEMBER

Phone 224-3211} 1
1964 Ford . $1287
4 door sedan Custom. standard
1963 Ford . $987 loin LOT OPEN TILL ':00 P.'".
4 door VS. ridio heater automilio rOR YOUR CONVENIJNCJ:
traiummsion, Nict. car, Famous OK Quality
i 11963 Chevrolet. $887 1-Year G-W Warranty
Economy ( cylinder engine, 4 LONG TRADES-
door, Heal nice.
1961 Falcon $438 EASY TERMS
5 door with standard thift I
1962 Rambler. $487
Station Wagon 4 door, clean
.I 1961 Ford . $687
1 door Hardtop..nl cylinder,
-- heater c.
: 1960Ford.$687
I PICK UP. Yi ton one owner. Ph. 222-5656
1957 Chevrolet. $287 USED CARS 1964 Monza. $1487
Belalr 1 door V8. 4 ipeed trans
1 door aedan with 4 speed Iranimlaaion -
minion. See It todayPLENTY .
BACKED BYALFORDS radio end beater
MORE 1964 Ford . $1387
VI 4 door Station Wagon radio,
heater and standard tranimU-
Camaro Sport Coup with style trim group you can add.You've .
1963 Ford . $887

'". .' OF 42 SERVICE YEARS sedan t automatic cylinder, tranemlaelon.with radio boater 4 door been waiting for a Chevrolet like this. Now ills here.

' 1963 Star Wgn .$1087 .
t CHEVROLET 4 door with Air-
Conditioner' radio beater.
1961 Comet $487 Camaro! Long, low hood. Short rear deck. Big-car stance for stability. Strato-bucket
4 door with heater and lUndtirdtrkncmlMlon
1962Pick-Up.$787. seats. A 140-hp Six or 210-hp V8, depending on model. Camaro gives you a car full
.;,y.,. Chevrolet T1M3A.%.toa; stock number of comforts from carpeting on the floor to vinyl upholstery all around. There's a lot

1956 CMC . $587 like the
1 Ton loaf wheel b.M Wallot. of security too, with new safety features GM-developed energy-absorbing

food Urea. steering column. Camaro! Sport coupe ( convertible. You can order a Rally Sport

NTY MORE with hideaway headlights or an SS 350 with Camaro's biggest V8. See your Chevrolet

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