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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 49 NUMBER 0 I CRAIFOROVILLE. FLORIDA 32321 J THURSDAY OCTOBER 6, 1986 PRICE 10! PER COPY "

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FEDERAL AID TO COUNCIL REUNION TO I STUDENT COUNCIL I ,WEATHER FORECASf r 4

WAMLLA COUNTY BE HELD I I PLANS HOMECOMING _
The Thirty Day Agricultural .
SCHOOLS The Council Reunion Is The Student Council of Weather Outlookfor _

RalphMartin,Supervisor to be held the weekend of I I Crawfordville High Schoolis the month of October _

of instruction for tm October 8th and 9th at the sponsoring Homecomingat for South Georgia South-

Wakulla County Board oi Council picnic grounds In Crawfordvllle. The date east Alabama and North-

Public instruction reports the county. There will be a Is October 21 and the Tren- west Florida Issued by the

that W akullaCountyScbooIs fish fry Saturday night followed ton Tigers are the oppon- Weather Bureau Advisory

received over 83000.00 by a dance at the ents for the game. Agricultural Meteorologist

during the last fiscal year Woman's Club. On Sunday On the night of October Georgia Coastal plain Experiment
of Public there will be the usual Station Tifton
under provisions 20 there will be a Panther
basket lunch Georgia October 1 1966.
spreadon
Law 89-10 (The Elementary picnic Growl consisting of skits ,
and Secondary Edu- the picnic grounds followed cheers band music and! Temperatures during
a short business October are expected to a-
by
cation Act of 1965)). TitleI. will be concluded by the
to elect new officers verage below normal over
meeting
This amount from TitleI of the Tiger.
burning
,
for the next year. all of the Tri-State Agri-
alone was on goods afternoon there
spent Friday
from cultural Area.
About 200 people Daily mean
and services designed to will be a parade beginningat
and South are
all over Florida temperatures expectedto
narrow the gapbetweenoureducationally 2:00 P.M.The festivities
Georgia are expected for'' average between 63 and
disadvantaged end with the HomecomingDance
weekend stivities. 70 degrees. Daily maximum
the
students and the general In the gym after the
temperatures will average -
student population of the game. ,
between 74 and 80
county. STRICKLAND HONOREDBY degrees with afternoon
These goods and services BAND BOOSTERS MEET at y .
included I DEMOCRAT I temperatures reaching 85
I degrees or higher on 4 to 6
1. Material for special Hoppy Strickland was, The Crawfordville Band days during the period.
instruction in reading. named Lineman of the week''* Boosters met Monday Daily minimum 1.

2. Employment of a for- by the Tallahassee Demo- night. It was a get acquainted tures are expected tempera-to aver-

eign language instructor. crat. He earned his line- meeting. The members age between 52 and 59 degrees '
3. Hiring a teacher to man award on the merit oi proposed a slate of new officers with early

reduce class size. 15 individual tackles from) to be voted on at the, temperatures falling morning below Seated left to right: Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. Ralph brown, Mrs. Nelton Jernigan.

4. Teacher aids were his defensive end position(! next meeting. The next 45 degrees 2 to 4 times Standing, left to right: Mrs. Helen Turner and Mrs. C. L. Townsend.
hired for each school. as Crawfordvllle handed meeting will be after the during the period. Theclimatologicaprobability
5. Audio vials aids to Apalachicola its first Apalachicola P.T.A. meeting on October

instruction for each school. Valley Confer- iVAKULLA NEWS
U.- of a killing freeze at
crop CAVCER,
AMERICAN, '
Included movie projectors, ence loss In six years.The levels will increase sharply CRAWFORDVILLE I By Mrs. Ralph MastersMr.
opaque projectors over- ( ()". 180 pound senior also CRAWFORDVItlE WINS during October reaching- BOOSTERS CLUB SOCIETY MEETING'

head projectors filmstrip made several assists as the .THIRD I STRAIGHT_ I GAME 20 percent over the north I and Mrs. Donald The Wakulla Chapter of
record players Panthers The Club met I and daughters Angela -
projectors whipped the Boosters Stewart
ern section by the end of the i the American cancer Society -
tape recorders, dry mount Sharks for the first time I The crawfordville Pan- month. Tuesday night at the school and Jane from Arlington. met September 27 in

press copying machine ever, 26-0. Congratulations thers won their third game Rainfall during Octoberis library. Tickets are being ca.,Mr. and Mrs. per- Crawfordvllle at the Florida -

typewriters microscopes, ; to this very fine player. of this season last Friday expected to be- sold on a shotgun to raise ry Drawdy Jr., of Boston Power Lounge. The
cabinets wall screens : average for the efforts of.. were the weekend
night against Apalachicolaon tween 3.00 and 6.00 Inches money Ga., meeting was called to order -
tack and flannel boards, I their field. This Is the the club. This Is an old guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.
occurring as showers on 5 about 8:00 by Mrs. J.D.
globes maps and charts, first time Crawfordvllle to 7 days during the period organization that has been J. Wethering and family. Turner. The new officers

and library books. FFA CHAPTER HOLDS has beaten the Sharks. The with 2 or 3 periods of revived to support one of for 967 were installed.
- 6. Dental health unit FIRST MEETING .Panthers handed the Sharks eral rains. *gen- the finest football teams In Mrs! Curtis Langstonwas I They are: president Mrs.
honored with a baby
temporary use. their first Apalachicola Sunshine during the North Florida. Even if your Richardson Vice-
7. Curriculum guides developed Valley Conference loss in next child isn't playing on the shower last Tuesday at Emory ;
30 Haw-,
days is to average president. Mrs.W. E.
expected
for all elementary The Crawfordvllle FFA six years with a score of about 60 of j team, come out, buy a tick the home of Mrs. William thorne SecretaryTreas-

classes. Chapter held Its first reg- 26-0. Clint Nazworth made possible with 2 or percent 3 periodsof et or join the club by pay- Smith. Party punch and urer, ;Mrs. Ralph Brown.
8. A full-time clerk hir- ular meeting Monday night, two of Ill! touchdowns and extended cloudiness. Ing the dues. cake was served to IS The new officers are from

ed to work with federally-' September 29, at 7:30P.M. Emmit Ferrell and Larry Soil temperatures will After all this is yoour guests. all parts of the county

funded programs. at the Agriculture Room. Strickland made one each. drop sharply during Octo- "Football team" and your Mrs. ''Mrs. Richardson is from
9. Health scales purchased -' They boys enjoyed a delicious The panthers record now ber reaching school". Mr. Nelton Mrs. HawthorneIs
averages under panacea
for each school weiner roast. stands three wins and no four Inches of bare It's only as strong as you Jernigan Mr. and Mrs. from Alligator point

10. Filmstrips purchased. After the weiner roast. losses. Everyone Is very soil between 60 and 68 degrees make It. JOIN NOWI I George RUSS and children of and Mrs. Brown is from
the Mr.Jernigan'
the went to wedding
boys elected their new proud of the team.
by the end of the Sopchoppy.
11. Records and sheet FFA officers for 1966-67. This Friday night the month. 8 nice in Albany, Those attending the meetIng -

music provided. Those elected were: President Panthers will play Bristol i Ga. Little Karen Russ was were Alcona Berry
12. Other instructional Allen Loftin; vice- on the panther field. Game flower girl and Mrs. Russ Mrs. Florida: RobertsMrs.
STEPHEN L. MOORE
supplies provided includ- president Duane Gaudy; time la 8:00: P.M. Come out 799. OOth TELEPHONE played for the wedding. Emory Brown Mr. and

ing paper tapes, spray Secretary Vernon Rawls and support the team. Mrs. Ralph Brown, Mrs.
COMPANY and Mrs. Homer
BY Mr.
paint, etc. Treasurer, Tommy LUlls- INSTALLED I
Stephen Leaston Moore Peggy Deal Mrs. Martha
and
13. Free remedial sum-, ton; Reporter. Joe Harrell 78 former Wakulla Harvey Dennis Oulda
The telephone system of ,Sr., a Mr. and Mrs.Mike Harvey, Davis Mrs. Ed Levy,Mrs.
mer school offered. Sentinel Johnny Smith; County Commissioner tot Mrs.Nel-
Western Power and Gas C. L. Townsend
of the Satur-
Medart were
While this does include Chaplain Weeks. CRAWFORDYILLE I
not Douglas died Tuesdaj
Company Inc. and subsidiaries many years, don Jernigan Mrs. Ruth
dinner of >
day night
each Item under The elected I guests '
purchased newly president PERSONALS afternoon at Tallahassee ''Neelson.
with operations in Mrs. J. D.Turnner -
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Harvey.
PL 89-10 Title I, most of Allen Loftln said Mr. and Mrs. Allen Harvey ',ten (10)) states constitute Memorial Hospital. Minnie Lee Langston.Mr. .
the is accounted for "I think
have
money we a fine He was a native and lifelong
of the nations third lar- O. E. Henderson
Panama ing
and i
family f Mr. and Mrs. Billy Rogers
in these items. group of officers that are
resident of Wakulh
Mrs. Neldon Jernigan
visited his Independent telephone Tallahassee
City parent gest of were
These programs, funded willing to work and I anticipate hie home
County making : and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Hayward system. Installed it's 700- the Sunday guests of Mr. Mrs. J. D.Turner
federal fine
a for the'
by.the governmentand year the Ivan Community i
the weekend. 000th C. L. Townsend were a-
Harvey over telephone onSeptember and Mrs. Bennie Rogers.
guided "by the Florida CrawfordvUle FFA Chap the 20 1966. This businessman he was r warded certificates of
of family
Other guests symbolic Mrs. Rogers has been confined
State Department of Education ter. member of the Wakulla
thanks for their work in the
installation made''
were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene was to her home due to
represent either Pittman of Tallahassee I I in the home of Mrs. H. E. County Chamber of Com- illness. American Cancer Society.
new programs or extensions I Miss Lettie Harvey andMr. I. :'Addle' Taylor,GreenvilleiFlorida / imerce and aleaderinmanylocal I Mrs. Ralph Brown of Sop
of existing ones. The JUNIOR CLASS NEWS the civic organizations.He choppy Is Memorial Chair-
Henry Harvey. by Florida division Mrs. Jimmy GwinMrs.
could be used
money not to of was a member of the man and would like to l'c
BY Jackie Braren Southeastern Ralph Masters attended the
reduce local effort
or replace Mrs. Harold Smith of !Telephone Company. I Lake Whlddon Baptist shower for Miss Virginia the Wakulla County people
in Without the
any these way. The Junior Class of CrawfordvUle left Tues- ', The Florida Division pre I Church. Johnston, at the Woodvllle know more about this phaseof
money programs Funeral services will be
would not have been possi-i' Crawfordvllle continues to day for a twcf-week visit :sently serves 67,967 telephone conducted at the Lake Baptist Church Tuesday the American Cancer
should be be busy. Friday, Octoberthe i in.the New England states. : stations in the North night. Miss Johnston Is a Society. Contributions made
ble.
It pointedout I Whlddon Church
that while 14th they are sponsor- Going by plane to New York !I Florida Area and has experienced I, Baptist at bride-elect of October 8. to the ACS by relatives and
not every time be announced
I friends a to by friends in memory .of a
ing a sock-hop after the ;where she will visit : continuedgrowth
school in the county received the J. A. Culley and Sons 'oved who has died of
of football game with Cotton- ,and later at Sturbridge, ,increasing from 28,326 I one
every piece equipment Funeral Burial will
dale. They need fathers tc Mass. Then she will go to stations in 1956 a gain of Home. cancer are calledMemor-
service
or named
foUow in the Whiddon Lake
each school did part chaperone this dance all Bowoln College at Bruns- ,,240%. I SOCIAL SECURITY NEWSA lal Gifts. A growing num-
fathers of the juniors in wick, Maine to do some Tracing the growth of'I' Cemetery. ber of cancer bereaved
on a
icipate proportionatebasis. Moore is survived by hit families
CrawfordvUle are urged to historical research on Westgas Telephone System Social Security repre- are suggesting and
volunteer for this job. Charles Beecher who lived over the ( ) years. widow, Mrs. Frankie Lee sentative will be in Craw- asking that the remem-

Please contact Mrs. Joyce in New Port during the Reconstruction Vice paattenlO Division (Moore, Ivan two and sons, Albert fordvUle at the Wakulla forance I take the form of

Jewis. days and ser- Manager E. M. Menen- L. Moore Stephen County Courthouse every contributions to the Society.
"JOPCHOPPY JUNIOR I The Juniors still have ved as Florida's Supervisor dez said the total number L. Moore Jr., Crawford- 2nd Wednesday OCtober These funds go into the

CLASS HEWS not made any different of Education. From of telephones served by the vile three daughters, 12, November 9, and Dec. general Crusade Fund from

't Class Isbuallly plans regarding their Brunswick she will go to system is about two and Mrs. J. Wyatt Pope Atlanta ember 14, at the hour ol Wakulla County. Each con-

The Junior the Annual rings. The matter is still Augusta to' work on the one-half times the total ; Mrs. and Karl Mayer 9:30 A. M. If you wish to tribution is acknowledged

I planning Fish Fry. It'' in the discussion stage., Hamlin Family genealogy. \ served In 1956. The Investment Tallahassee Mrs.bro-Ann make a claim or if you and an appropriate mem-
' Homecoming October 14 They are pleased to report It was four members of in telephone fac- Mosley Orlando; one have any questions about orial card is sent to the

will, take place High a successful car wash this family who founded the Wties has Increased from ther 12 grandchildren, H. E. Moore and three Ivan the Medicare program, ant family.

I at the Sopchoppy and bake sale. They take town of Magnolia on the St., about 70 million in 1956to about social security, the .

School Cafeteria.will Mart at this means to thank the ones! Marks River in 1827. more than 313 million greatgrandchildren.Active representative will be gladto
fish fry pallbearers will BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
The in the who I in
help
way
5:00 and will continue until ticipated.community par : who today. be his grandsons, Tyrone sible. you any pos

after the ballgame. Mrs. Howard Lord and Devane Moore Tom- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Diane Pelt's
the
was in
name weeks
menu will consist offish spent several and Johnny LUliston R. announce the
The my Harvey
drawn from the lot of namesof Memorial!
huahpupples, Tallahassee CARRABELLE UPSETS and birth of born
grits ,Wyatt Pope Bobby' a daughter,
those
slaw pickles, onions selling poster\ Hospital was released last Mayer. Honorary pall- Wednesday October 5 at
cole magazines. Duane GOWdy', she left SOPCHOPPY TEAM NOTICEA ,
cake pie, tea and coffee. Saturday.. Sunday bearers will be Frank 6:45 a.m. she weighed 7
i Plue8 will be $1.00 for' won $5.00 for selling the for the Mayo Clinic in Sopchoppy was upset by revival wUl be held pounds 11-1/2 ounces.

adults and children 75$., most magazines the first Rochester, Minn. Her son Carrabelle last Friday!! bearers will be Frank Spring Creek Primitive at Maternal grandparentsare

After the game there will I weekend. David Harringtonwon of Allen accompanied her. night with a score of 20-! Johnson W.H. Gates A. Baptist Church starting on Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
be an Alumni Party with sec/md prize ,$2.00. -------- 14. Billy Sanders made, L. Porter, CommodoreTaff October 2,1966.Services Sanders of Sopchoppy, and

, live entertainment. Everyone Sopchoppy's. two touch-, Gerald core, Paul will be held paternal grandparents are

Is Invited. downs. This Friday night Grant Sr., George Harperand each evening beginning at Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J.
TOWERING'TEMPLE. ADVERTISING Sopchoppy will play Chapman George Nazworth. 730.: Harvey of CrawfordvUle.
field.
The tallest Chinese temple I DOESN'TCOST on Chapman 8 The Rev. Cornwell of
the Pagoda of the Six.Har'' .Go to the gamd and support Tallahassee will be the SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEIS
NEED PRINTING? monies your team. Game timeis NEED POSTED SIGNS' ? speaker.
outtide
b
Hangchou
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'is ST. MARKS REFUGE f
.. COURT OF In the Circuit Court of the Second CRAWFORDVILLESCHOOL tltn a
. COUNTY In CoWakulla of the IN THE CIRCUIT REVENUE TOLD 11 w
NEWS Ca.ty:Jadge. I Judicial Circuit of Florida MENU
THE: SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
talk o
County," 'J. I In and For Wakulla Coun National School LunchWeek r
THURSDAY OCTOBER OF FLORIDA, IN AND Checks have been deliv-
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8&96LWAKULA State of Flprid I -1S ,
.: In Chancery.No. October 9
kit ftU:>at' '. FOR WAKUIIA COUNTY. IN ty. ered to counties who qualify -
1371.Municipal
CHANCERY.No. MondayHot
under the Refuge Rev-
tom the Estate of
ly Diane
Company WilklntAimrlcn'i
Printing Dogs
Sharing Act. This yeara
Thomas Duncan Head enue
deceased.To ._ Inc., a Florida Plaintiff corporation, Slaw total of 10259.05 have ) Junior Mlss1965"Schooling"
Potato Salad
been delivered to officialsof
Your
Hair
All Whom It May Concern Ceraldine Salter VI Bartlett Pears Jefferson Taylor and
COUNTY NEWS Plaintiff, Charles Shoaf, and his unknown Bread Butter Wakulla Counties. The There are two great things
Notice ii hereby given that DIVORCE spouse, if any, Milk about school; going to it-and not
Telephone WA4n -asOl Florence Head has filed her VI. Defendant. counties qualify In that St. going, .,to it. The excitement of
final report as Executrix of the Harris K. Salter, NOTICE OF SUIT Marks National Wildlife v- :;:t ', "t classes (and
Tuesday
Defendant. Refuge lands are within the boys in them)
of Thomas Duncan
estate Head IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF Turkey & Rice ; boundaries of said coun- is fun yet the
deceased; that she filed has pet-
FLORIDA! Tossed Salad theweekends
NOTICE TO APPEAR
ition for final and
discharge, Shoal whose last Mixed Fruits ties.This ( boyi on
TO Charles ,
that she will
apply to the Hon- is the first payment them) deli.
c/c are
STATE OF FLORIDA TO: known add seas was Rolls Butter
orable George L. Harper County to the counties In accord- cious, too. It'.
Judge ofWakulla County,Florida Harris K. Salter, 2259! North YMCA, Central Branch, Milk with Public Law 88- I important to

J. D. HARVEY . . .EDITOR on the 28th day of October, Main Street, Springfield, that Mo. San Antonio, Texas, and, to if 523 ance passed in 1964. The .. always look
notified a Unknown Spouse ,
1966! for approval of same and You are hereby the WednesdayCube your level best because you never '
i for final discharge as Executrix suit for divorce has been brought any, Charles Shoaf, Steaks act provides for payment know who'll be around the next
Entente! at CrawfordvilU. FWrida, of the estate of Thomas Duncan against you by Geraldine Salter, whose last known address is Baked Potatoes equal to 3/4 of one percentof corner.
al second class matter. SutoripMonrafe Head deceased, on this 23rd in the Circuit Court of Wakulla unknown. the adjusted value of acquired And isn't it always the case '

: $3.00 per year. day of September, 1966.! County, Florida, and you are YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Green Beans lands or 25 percentof that you meet The hair Special Friend. :
when
hereby required to file with the that an amended complaint to Peaches net receipts, whicheveris just your needs washing i:

Ill A. L. Porter Clerk of the Circuit Court of said foreclose a mortgage executed Bread Butter greater. muddiest, ;your, and complexion's you're wearing at its I

Executrix of the estate of County your written defenses, if by George R. Langfordand Mar- Milk The Refuge Revenue Aunt Mathilda's present the I

If You fsleed. Thomas Duncan Head, any, in said suit and to serve a ian L. Langford, his wife, Har- Sharing act also providesthat Good Tweed outfit you particu !
deceased. copy of same on A. L. Porter, old Brown and Betty Brown, his Thursday the counties shall use larly loathe. So that this never I
Office Supplies Craw fordvi11e, Florida on or wife, and Wallace C. Martin Hamburgers happens to you why don't you do I
9/29,10/6,13,20.! before the 31st day of October, and Mildred W. Martin, his Lettuce Tomatoes the funds received for the three things: one. riffle through I II
Office Furniture. A. D. 1966.! Herein fail not or a wife, to Lillian M. Kirch, and Potato Chips benefit of public roads and I your closet and get rid of any i
Business Machines I decree pro confesso will be entered assigned to the plaintiff, on the schools. : article you're not passionately in I
Apple SauceBreadButter love with; two, get on
a regimen
Be Call against described
or you. following property I I
W. (lots o' sleep,lots o'healthy food,
WITNESS the Honorable I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF to-wit
less o'
makeup that
) will
RANEY WHALEYat Milk put
a
THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIR May Walker, one of the judgesof Lots numbered five (S) and little "glow" into your face; and
CUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND said court and the seal there- ten ((10)) in Block "D" of the Government three, tackle the hair dilemmaat I
CAPITAL OFFICE FOR WAKULLA COUNTY. IN of, at Crawfordville, Florida, Town of Crawfordville, Flo- -No School Friday- the root! I

EQUIPMENT CO. CHANCERY.No. this 23rd day of September, A. rida, as shown by map or One of today's biggest grooming I
1399! D. 1966.! plat thereof record on page Spending Hits problems is thin, straggly
(seal) 572 of Deed Book "C"G "D" hair-especially evident in the
10? E. JEFFEBSCN Donald Lorrain Pearce SOPCHOPPYHIGH new long styles popular this fall.
WALKER, I Moody of the public records of Wa-
223 S. ADAMS Plaintiff, Clerk of Circuit Court, kulla County, Florida.ALSO, New HighIt If you're a Limp Lily and can't I
curl around for
Florida. SCHGIILHOMECOMING keep a more than
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA Vs. Wakulla County the following personal property few
Sarah Elizabeth WALKER, 929,106,13,20.In! to-wit 1 model 8 a :tUi'l efnt preparation locks a
took about a half-century
Defendant. linotype machine bearing FISH FRY lift. Beautiful Hair Breck has
serial number 4)461r, one I (1902.1952)) for total govern. developed a special formula called
ORDER OF PUBLICATION the Circuit Court of the Second x 15 Chandler and Price press ment (Federal, state and local) Creme Rinse with Body that will
HENRY WILLIAMS Judicial Circuit of Flo- with Kluge feeder, 1 Pony OCTOBER 14. 1966 spending to rise from $1 billionto do the job beautifully. A once.
STATE OF FLORIDA TO rida, In and ForWakulla Coun- Miehle Cylinder Press, 1 almost $100 billion. a-week shampoo topped off bv
REALTYReg. Sara Elizabeth Walker ty. In Chancery.No. Miller's saw trimmer #3811. 5 P.M., TILLSPONSORED Creme Rinse with Body will"school"
3413 Commercial Street 1400. 1 Liberty folder #A 7136, i But the next $100 billion ad. your hair to hold a curl
San Antonio, Texas. addressograph machine vance in total l government stronger and longer. And your

Real Estate BrokerSt. Roston Warren Plaintiff Powell, #117618, 1 file cabinet, 1 BY spending-to $203 billion, to Limp A little Lily care days will be long over!
You are hereby notified that a double rack, all Tax Foundation goes a way,
Marks. Fla. vs.WI1he1minla. type type be exact, points out so start tonight on a Fix-Your-
complaint for divorce has been linotype metal and incidental CLASS
L. Powell JUNIOR Inc., was accomplishedin self-Up-Spree. Then next time
filed against you in the Circuit composing stones reglets,
Phone 741 13 fiscal years.In you're bouncing down the school
Defendant.
Court of Wakulla County, Florida lead, ink and paper, one 26 yard-face glowing,hair swirlingand
In Chancery. You are here- Order of Publication inch paper cutter, 1 desk, 1 the period between fiscal looking like you1 stepped out
ALL TYPES
REAL ESTATE by required to file (personally or State of Florida To L. C. Smith typewriter, 1 1952 and 1965, total govern of a fashion sting you'll be I
by attorney) with the Clerk of Wllhelmlnia L. Powell, cut off saw and all other equipment ment spending per Americanrose ready to meet The Special Friend
Associate: Mid Court, and send a copy of General Delivery and supplies now from $643 to $1,068. Fed should he just "happen" by.
.. '*. Hatcher, Sr. the same to the attorney for Strongsville Ohio. used in the operation of the
eral alone
plaintiff, your written defenses, You Wakulla County News. Also spending on a per
Phone 11 63201 are hereby notified that a UsrayraleD'tII
if any, to the complaint in said complaint for divorce has been 2 gas tanks, 2 gas heaters, capita t basis> rose from $461 to PEACE CORPS According

DAVE HAMRICK cause, on or before October filed against you in the Circuit one window fan, all newspa- $671, while state-local govern to Rep. John Dowdy (D.-Tex.),
31, 1966.! Herein fail not or Court of Wakulla County, Florida per files in the office and If I ment spending per capita rose the official report for the operation -

INSURANCE AGENCY judgement by defaultwill be en- ,in Chancery.You are here- the subscription list to the "Whether a man winds up from $182 to $391. of the domestic Peace

tered against you. by required to file (personallyor Wakulla County News with nest Corps for its first fiscal
a egg or a goose egg Taxes collected by all government year
WITNESS hand and the seal has been filed against and
my by ) with the Clerk of you
attorney depends on the chick he shows that it spent $3.1 million
AUTOMOBILE in fiscal 1964-65
of said Court at Crawfordville, said Court, and send a copy of you are required tome youranswer "
BONDS Wakulla County, Florida, this the same to the attorney for or other pleadings to the married. amounted to $145 billion while to train 202 volunteers or
21st day of September 1966.! plaintiff your written defenses, complaint with the Clerk of the indebtedness of all governmentcame $15,302 per trainee."

CASUALTY Iff any to the complaint in said above. styled court, and serve a to $417 billion.
MARINE (Official Seal) on or before October 31, copy thereof on the plaintiff's I I I __ .
1966.! Herein fail not or Judgment attorney, Edw. J. Hill, 107
FIRE Moody Pearce : by default will be enter- Midyette Moor Building, Talla- .
Clerk Circuit Court, ed against you.WITNESS hassee, Florida, not later than
PHONE 877-3108 Wakulla County, FloridaJ. my hand and the seal the 7th day of November, A.D.

of said Court at Crawfordville, 1966, and that if you fail to do Enjoy/ the benefits 01computer
1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 H. HUDSONP. Wakulla County Florida, this so a decree pro confesso will be .

TALLAHASSEE. FLA. BOX 66Crawfordvllle 26th day of September, 1966.! entered against you for the relief -
Fla. (official seal) demanded in the complaint.This .
\ttorney for Plaintiff. notice shall be published
TERRY HARRIS 929,106,13,20..FOR! IsMoody Pearce once week for four consecutive
Moody Pearce weeks in the Wakulla County
Clerk Circuit Court
House. Hiring. fcAppllancp I News, a newspaper in Wakulla
Wakulla
Repair : 1 County FloridaJ. County, Florida. and
SALE: Norgecircu H. HudsonP. DONE: and ORDERED Craw- accuracy electronic banking.

AJsoj1ectric'.metaRoute lating heater, $15.00.1full O. Box 66Crawfordville foHviUe, Wakulla County Florida -
size G.E. Range excellent Florida this 30th day of September -
$$65.00 1956 Black Cadi- Attorney for Plaintiff 1966.!

l 1, Box 34 llac "jam Up', $495.00. P. !929.FOR. /s/ Moody PearceClerk

Sopchoppy, FloridaIRJ 0, Box $115, Crawford- of the Circuit Court --- --
."0-22542 ville, Fla. Ph WA6-3944. SALE: Must sell my Edw. J. Hill
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I home, have lowered my Attorney at Law .
i price $1000. Call Mrs. 107 Midyette Moor Building i
Bobby Russ at WA6-5141 Tallahassee, Florida

REVIVALSPRING after six.POPULATION. Attorney for Plaintiff ,
4tc-l0/6,13.20.27.
CREEK
PRIMITIVE r

BAPTIST CHURCH EXPLOSIONThe tali.flori

world population in the Old 7,7/j54 ,
STARTING OCTOBER /966--7:30pm/ NIGHTLY 4000 B.C. was about 85 mil a'

lion-less than half the present .
REV. COR WELL TALLAHASSEE population of the U.S.


SPEAKER I alone! est i i44eanLL I

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DIRECTORYPATRON'ZE time running from something
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THESE ADVERTISERSF NCYT'TC"F Run i rT I ..... ._ .

I Notice is hereby given that the
Board of County Commissionersof
i
R M saa+ Wakulla County will receive
sealed bids at the office of the
sew O. I I. GRAMLING Clerk of the Circuit Court in
FEEDSFlint J Crawfordville until October 17that I
& CO. 8:30 P.M. For furnishing the

following: 1 used CMC Truck,, Banking Hours: .
One-Stop Service for l
River Mills transport with tandem lowboy
Feed Seed Fertilize first class condition 1958 mod- Monday thru
Thursday 9
to 5 .
2015 a. Monroe ,
877-1155
el axle
Foultry Supplies 18,500* rear 5speedtrans. -
F-R-M Ranch A Garden Center Garden ToolsSo. all air brakes etc., six Fri day .................... 9 to 6:30 "

826 W. Gaines 224.7197BakerAlford cylinders. The board reserves the WALK UP t DtlVI IN '
'ACIUTIUm .'
Adams at S.A.L.R right to reject any or all bids
Crossing and award to the best Interest of

Co. the county.
Light Wiigkt and Regular Phone 'anm ..... 9/29, 10/6.
Houia"
Tk Po" Conerttt Blocky
Anything for your auto, truckor .
Hanson Wood and
tractor. Also for your power

lawnmower, and much for your Hoel Ind., Inc.S. .
boa t. Adams St. at 4-PolnU
St. Ph. 222-3380 *
208 N.Adams Tel. 222-5840 P. O. Box 661 .mb
IIIt rhLEWIS some of our bonk .

looking for.full Bonking; Services Many fine the n.x, time sou',. t

pbsle
dol' ;

Yaeger, {nci Little Folks Store, t
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"Th. Capital's BANK'Florij0iit
Majors for Minors".
lUti.ro'M' aced Boat ClUdr", ', Fumiturt, Toy A

Baby Games Accessories Htbktti U ijs jf41tl "OK OK-you're passed
21'4 &hdma St Tel. 222-4680
133 N. Monroe St. Pit. >223-1146< your cooking merit badge re- ,..,
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IF AUTOMATION DID NOT EXIST! effort at a lower cost. And, lower costs make it possible Statement of Ownership J THURSDAY OCTOBER e, uii'

for more people to buy,which in turn increases Management and

the product demand, creating more jobs at better CirculationAct : : '
< of
October 23 1962
I wages to supply this demand. Section 4369, United'States PEev4cii-ii-
Because of automation, more people own more Code)

cars in the United States than any other nation in ,

the world. Automation is the key to a more comfortable 1966.1. Date of Filing: October SPECIAL FRI.. SAT., j i ::. I!

satisfying life. 2. Title of Publication: OCTOBER 7AB i

'- E Motorists Bear Heavy Tax Load Wakulla 3. Frequency County News.of Issue: FRESH GRADE A f> .

Special taxes levied solely on highway users accounted for Weekly.
rT more than 24 per cent of total state tax collections in the United 4. Location of known officeof .
States during fiscal 1965. publication: Crawford. FRYERSLB.
The states collected $26.1 billion, of which $6.3 billion came vile Florida.
from levies on motor fuel and motor vehicles and from drivers' 5. Location of Headquarters -
license fees. or General Business

State motor fuel taxes alone-averaging 6.5 cents a gallon-. Offices of the Publishers:
iOO0 amounted to $4.3 billion. Vehicle taxes totaled $1.9 billion, P.O. Box 307, Crawford-.
while drivers' license fees added up to more than $150 million. ville. Wakulla Florida.
6. Names and addresses of
Of the 50 states, Nebraska relied most heavily on highwayuser 29BONE
taxes, deriving 48 per cent of its tax revenue from those Publisher and managing
editor: J. D. Harvey Editor -
sources.
Box 307, Crawfordvil1e.F1a. .
The next 10 states and the percentages of total taxes provided ,
.; George Langford,
by highway user levies were: Tallahassee Fla.
New Hampshire, 46; New Jersey, 42; South Dakota, 40; 7, Owner
: George L. Lang-
Wyoming, 38; Iowa, 37; Ohio, 36; North Dakota, 34; and ford Tallahassee Fla.

Virginia, Oklahoma and Florida, 33 per cent each. 8. Total number of copies T LB.79CJ

I distributed: 750 -Paid circulation -

monthly checks'and Is effective 9. No mortgage 700. outstanding -
SOCIAL SECURITY NEWS
with the month the .

y ?S The single stroke of a pet Individual reaches age 65. I certify that the statements OX TAILS. . . LB . . .29t
together with a signaturewill No action is required to obtain made by me above
HAMBURGER PATTIES..LB..69t
ensure enrollment for this protection, and no are correct and complete I
premium payment Is
medical Insurance under charged. In contrast medi- George Langford NBC COOKIE TREATS. LB BAG. . 39* .
social security for people

AUTOMATION AND AUTOMOBILESIn already receiving social cal referred insurance to as doctor sometimes bill MARTHA WHITE MEAL..S LB. . . 55* ,

showroom across the nation, sleek, new 1967 security benefits age 65. and approaching Insurance is optional and GINGHAM GIRL FLOUR !'
each must choose to
models of automobiles are on display. And, families According to Mrs. Eleanor person

throughout America visit the showrooms to examine Guerry social security be If he covered wants under this coverage.the plan I I I 10 LBS,792 i

the new lines new features and the built-in; Field Representative forCrawfordvme. Enrollment for medical
25 LBS. . $1.89
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an ."
easy-to-
safety devices. Many will make their selection. Someof Insurance must be made
card
complete
requiring
the little while within a specified time
improvements required re-tooling,
only a yes or no answer the Initial enroll-
called
other changes necessitated a complete realignmentof will be mailed to these
ment period. This period
the production lines in the automated plants. persons several months runs for 7 months beginningwith GIANT BLUE CHEER: . . . . 79*
Just consider if Detroit had not been automating before their 65th birthday. the third month Immediately
Included In the group who DOUBLE-TALK-At a briefIng BANANAS. . . . 2 LBS. . 25*
since the 1920's,the price tags on today's cars wouldbe will receive the cards are 65 and before reachingage months of Democratic candidates

quite different. The cost of an average car would men and women receiving after the month ending of the 65th reported in the Chicago Trib AT PIGOTT'S CASH & CARRY

exceed $65,000 one national authority believes. regular retlrmerit benefitsand birthday. Coverage may be une, Secretary of Agriculture
There would be a precious few of them, and thus those receiving sur- effective with the first Orville L. Freeman was asked 6" STOVE PIPE. . JOINT. . . 45*

hundreds of thousands of jobs in automobile plants, parents vivors benefits widows or such wid-as month 65 providing in which enrollment the personIs questions for advice about on how rising to handle living 6" 49*

tire factories, steel mills, gasoline refineries, fabric owers. is made In one of the three costs. He said, "I've been try.

mills, glass companies, and road construction,.simply I preceding months. For example ing: to figure out an answer to WE SELL
stressed
Mrs Guerry who will be that question for six
would not exist. persons years.
Autos that the public can afford to buy are just fact arate that benefits there under are two health sep- 65 In November must enroll Slip slide and duck any question UR51 MONEY! ORDERS

one of the benefits automation has brought Insurance and medical in- In either August,September of higher consumer prices
many if Don't
possibly
or October to have you can. get J
to the American way of life. After all, automationis I surance. The hospital port- this valuable protectionwith caught in a debate over higher

simply a means of doing things better,.with. less ion Is automatic for those''persons the first month In prices between housewives and I
I already receiving which they are eligible. fanners. If you do, and haveto SHOP LOCALLY. AND SAVEPIGOTT.'S
.. ;J
i _)S1J' u_; .:J.\3u',.<'1.' "" 'I ...W'M'J". ""' ', If a person fails to file choose a side, take the farm-
: ..
:'i<< ;: I during his Initial enroll- ers's side. It's the right side, STORE
ment period he will not and besides housewives aren't
w have another opportunityuntil nearly as well organized." MEOART

"CAREERS" WANTED the last three monthsof
;
the next oddnumberedyear.
JOBS GO BEGGING Enrollment then will I

mean paying a higher pre-
mium and coverage will not
I TiILJ' begin until 6 to 9 months

::... : JOHN SYNONi after.enrollment.Mrs. Guerry stressed. the

Importance of returning the
'completed cards promptly.

Not long ago, a bureaucrat by a day six days a week, 20 centsan They havd been especially
the rime of Robert J. Mangrum, hour. Circa, 1937. designed for speedy pro-
who runs the Office of Economic A third instance: In 1938, this cessing. If a card is mis- I .
Opportunity minstrel show, therein benighted gangling made a pier- placed before completion social,
New York, cried to the heavensover head jump, became a deckhand a visit to the local
the lack of jobs for Negroes on the Sea Queen, riding San security office will ensure 1 rot # 1-327 N. Adams
in Gotham. Francisco Bay. Pay: $60 a month, that enrollment is completed Phone 224-3211 OCTOBER
In time.
The New York Daily News and found.A automatic mailing 1964
nailed him. It pointed to the fourth: He once lay soakingin The Chevrolet $1895 $AVING!
very cards approachIng *
persons Impala ,
Suptr
Sport
hobo there in the S-P .door
obvious fact there are thousands- a Jungle 65 and already receiv- hour .utom.uo Iran.
upon-thousands of jobs to be had maze of Fort Worth. He hadn't ing monthly benefits pro- SltlOTtdf:. power brake> olr' eo,*

in New York, jobs that call for no eaten since LA. When daylight vides a simple, quick and 1963 Corvair. $1095 BOTH LOTS OPEN TILL T 00 P It
experience, no skill, not even for broke, he swung aboard a Katy most effortless procedurefor J-door Iron... 4 aped traiumta. FOR YOUR CONVENIINOB
the ability to speak the language.And freight and rode it to Parsons, obtaining the valuable ST-JEfr: "."". 0cl..n' Famous OK Quality

what was Mr. Interlocutor's Kansas, to join a harvest crew. A protection offered under 1965 Chevrolet. $1495 1-Year G-W Warranty
rebuttal Hear him: "When I corn field supplied his food. Raw medical insurance.The t1 ton pickup.! Clm ent ewntr LONG TRADES-

spoke of the crying need for jobs corn. Circa, 1939. staff at the local '1964. Ford $1287 EASY TERMS .
Ten later-in 1950, ac office will I Mdlt Cuitom' standard
in Harlem I meant jobs years social security .hUt
through which a man can get out tually-this child of poverty had be glad to answer any questions I 1963 Ford . $987
of poverty and not be immobilizedon the responsibility of managing the pertaining to enroll- 4 door y- "*<>, *...er. auto.
of a candidate for high ment or provisions-of mail triiumliilon. Met ear,
its borderline, jobs that offer campaign any ona "I" tow mi...
advancement in the future; Careers public office. His man won. Andso health Insurance. In addi- I 1961 Falcon . $438 OK
really, in which a man can had he. tion, a variety of Information I door with standard 'hlrt. Lot # 2.1414 S. Monroe
grow and tale pride." .aaa. pamphlets is available 1962 Rambler $ Ph 222-5656
LarsUSED
for the asking. The Tallahassee ItaUoll' Waion 4 door CARS
Read it 964 1
again. The lazy bums. It is "careers" office open dally 1960 Ford . $687 Monza $1487
I
How about that! It isn't door Mdan with 4 ....... ,
a job "CK UP Iran -
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them and to 4:45
they want, handed to ; from 8:45 a.m. ? BACKED BY l/vJ'i't/ radio end taiur.
they want, they want the comer careers it will be else they will sit p.m. and on Saturday from 1957 Chevrolet $287 r 1964 Ford $1387
suite, "careers, yet. And not a 8 12. Btlalr' I door VI. S<. It today. door doom wion:
on their fat duffs, living on my to h.l.u M ALFOR .
word DS and'aadard
:
about qualifications. No lrum
until what PLENTY
tax money they get MOREALFORD
of 1963
that
more up-the-Iadder routine.I .
Ford
.
thev demand.I'm $887
tell you, these faking phonies sick of it. In my town, in 42 YEARS d cyUnder WIlli radio, boar
have about I work life outomou. aronamJ..1oa. door
got me.
my blocks
my neighborhood two up OF SERVICE
.away, pay taxes that strip me bare, the street. Dr. Pestle has been 1963 Sta. Wgn. $1087
and for what To take such jaw rolling pills and pumping sodas WORTH CHEVJtOLlT: 1 door WIlli Au.
Conditioner. radio f beat.,. 1
bone
that. the
as For upkeep of
for 40 vears. His (drug store IS a 1961 Comet
such tax-eating leeches as this fixture, hereabouts, but he doesn't 1r rnD @l door $487
st.t..d.tmd.td
,
Robert J. Mangrum he and his "deliver" longer."I r..IftI.aton.
herd of loafers. And I am sick of had to any quit it-I just couldn'tget ABOUT"American 1962 Pick-Up $787
it, of him, and the loafers. anybody to ride the bike. A SrE&A.ilock: atm.

Co back with me a bit. Let me dollar-and-a-quarter an hour they '1956 CMC $587
tell you of a chap I once knew.In laugh at." democracy: could w.ta,. whttl bw nil,
1936, I think it was-in not survive for long the devel- good
sea
Redding, California, in any event, opment of an alliance between MORE
at the site of Shasta Dam-this Do work And is this sort government and any interest
rOil CHEVROLET
friend of mine huddled througha of business getting your goat, too? group that escapes the discipline CO.PLENTY
winter's night, shook the night And did you vote for Lyndon of the polling place. Business
away in a driving, sleet-speckled Johnson and his coterie as well as government,
rain. There was a reason: Rumor Then, listen to me: You put the however,share an obligation to
had it hiring was to begin in the blame right where it belongs. You participate in a constructive,
morning and he meant to sit, thereat hang it around your own neck. seeking to establish viable
the hiring hall, until he got You did it. You put those fakersin standards and objectives suit 2 LOT3 T 0 -
himself a job. Rumor was right, office. able to the country's economic, SERVE: YOU--327 M. ADAM3--1414 9. KOI1R03<
he got the job: rough carpentry.' dl ,;, rr And! if you are ready to make social, political and technological .
.. There was another time, same i amends, you pledge yourself to aspirations. This, after all,
chap, who hired on in a small work to your utmost to turn them is how the public interest is
Texas-Panhandle town. This timeit out every last one of them. articulated. YQU AK m.M BtTlXR ALroxa 0/f CAA BY T**'
was dancing with a jackhammer Either that, or go join 'cm. Get George S.Moore, .
breaking concrete, 10 hours out of.my sight. President ,+
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CHOPPY
CHURCH DIRECTORY FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH LAKE ELLEN OTTER CREEK RIVER SINi( I JJCPCHOPPV, CHURCHRev.

Prepared by Rev. S. A. Coxwell, Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH HOLINESS CHURCH CONGREGATIONAL Jesse L. Baker, Pastor
Rev. JeasCrawfordvllle Sunday School 10:00 AM Rev. p.a. Elrod. Pastor (Inactive) NEW LIGHT ASSEMBLYOF HOLINESS CHURCH 1st 6 3rd Sundays
Ba\'M; Morning Worship 11:00 AM SUnday School 10:00 AM COD CHURCH Morning Worship 9s30AM

Me'tiodlrt; Church Training Union 7:00: PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Rev. Cary Cotney, Pastor :" :: Rev. Roy*Rochester, Pastot Sunday School 10:30 AM. ,

I' Evening Worship 8:00 PM Training UnIon 6:30 PM JANACIA./ Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM 2nd 6 4th Sundays
Woman Missionary Evening Worship 7,30 PM ; Morning Worship 11:00 AM '. Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School lOsOOAM
I Union 1st Monday Midweek Prayer BETHEL PRIMITIVE Christ's: Ambassadors Young People1 Morning Worship 11:00 AM
ARRAN Woman's Missionary Service Wed. 7:30 PM BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday 6:30 PM Service 6:00 PM Evening Worship 7s30 PM
Society 3rd Friday Men'. Brotherhood Rev. Cortez White, Pastor Ivening Worship 7:30 PM Evening Worship 7:45 PM Midweek Prayer
TOWER PENTECOSTAL Men's Brotherhood ,1st Jbaas y 7:30 PM Sunday School Midweek Prayer Midweek Prayer Service (Tues.) 7:30 PM.
HOLINESS CHURCHRev. 3rd Tuesday 7,30 PM LWMS'tad Every Sunday 10:00: AM Service (Wed.) 7i30 PM Service (Tues.) 7:45 PM Methodist Youth Fellowship -:
Noah Cornell, Pastor The following held at 3:15 PM Thursday 7:30 FMttoir 2nd Weekend Woman's Auxiliary Wad. Every Sun. Evening 6:30 PMWoman's

Sunday School Royal Ambassadors 'practice, 81tS PM tat. Eve.Worship 7:30 PM West Florida Congregational Society of
Morning Worship 1AM Every Monday & Tuesday Sun. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM ,SPRING CREEK Holiness Campground Christian Service -
,Young People Service 6:00 PM Girls Auxiliary MEDART Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM June 8 22, 1966SOPCHOPPY Men's 2nd Tuesday Brotherhood 3:15 PM

Evening Worship 7:00 PM Every Tuesday G Wednesday 4th Weekend:. SHADY SEA BAPTIST CJHjURCH 4th Thursday 7:30 PM
7:30 PM
Sat.
Midweek Prayer 7:30 PM Sunbeams FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE Eve Worship Rev. Earl Pearce, Pastor CHURCHOF Children's Hour v
Service (Wed.) Every Monday C Tuesday BAPTIST CHURCH Sun. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM /
Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM CHRIST 1st C 3rd Tuesday 3:15 PM

Rev. Emmett Whaley, Pastor Prayer Service (Fri.) 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Floyd McCullough, Minister '
Evening Worship 7s 30 PM 1 .
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CRAtfFORDVILLE 2nd Sunday Bible Study 10:00 AM
CURTIS MILLS Midweek
7:30 PM Prayer Morning Worship 11:00 AM SMITH CREEK
Evening Worship
Service Wed. 7s30 PM
CONGREGATIONAL ( )
BEUlAH PRIMITIVE Evening Worship 7:30 PM
4th Weekend
CURTIS MILLS COMMUNITY : HOLINESS CHURCH Bible Wed. MT. ELON BAPTIST CHURCH'Rev.
BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sat. Morn. Worship HiOO AM Study ( ) 7:30 PM
CHURCH (Holiness) 7s 30 PM Rev. Steve Harrell Pastor William Flury, Pastor
Emmett Whaley, Pastor1st Herbert Thompson, Teacher Sat. Evening Worship : SPRING CREEK PRIMITIVE
10:00 AM School 9:50 AM
Sunday School Sunday School 10:00 AM BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday
Sunday; Sunday School 10:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM' Morning Worship 11:00 AM Kev. W. W. McAllister Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Sunday School 10:00 AM Evening Worship 7:00 PM Evening Worship 7:30 PM Young People's O. C. Hall Pastor Training Union 6:00 PM
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Prayer Service Midweek Prayer Service Sunday 6:15 PM 'Sunday School 10:00 AM Evening Worship 7:00 PM
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Wednesday C Friday 7)30 PM Service Tuesday 7:30 PM Evangelistic Service Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM Woman's Missionary UnionIst -
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
3rd Weekend: Ladies Prayer Sunday 7:30 PM Monday after
Sat. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM Service-Wednesday 10:00 AM Midweek Midweek Prayer Training Union 7:00 PM 1st Sunday 9:00 AM
I Prayer Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Evening Worship 8:00: PM (
Sunday School 10:00 AM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM :Midweek .,
IVAN Prayer
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Morning Worship 11:00 AM ASSEMBLY'OF
'WAKULLA
MEDART
Service Wed.
( ) 8:00 PM'Woman's
Evening Worship 7:30 PM
IVAN ASSEMBLY OF COD CHURCH ST. MARKS Missionary Society
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
,.. _... COD CHURCHRev. Rev. E. M. Carter, Pastor (Every Other Wed.) 3:00 PM WAKULLA METHODIST
.a. '
Henry Cooksey, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 AM A. V. Pickern, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sunbeams CHURCHRev.
CRAWFORDVILLE CHURCHRev. METHODIST Sunday School 10:00: AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM .Sunday School 10:00 AM Fred Harr jn, Pastor 2nd C 4th Tuesday 3s 15 PM Roger Stimson, Pastor

L. Baker Pastor Morning Worship 11:00 AM Evening Worship 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM Mrs. Lyon Crosby, Church and
Jesse Union 6:00 PM
Training Worker for Wakulla
Evening Worship Midweek Prayer Morning Worship 11:00 AM Community
1st & 3rd Sunday! Winter 7:00 PM Service Wed. 7i30 PM Evening Worship 7:00 PM Training Union 6:30 PM MT. SEASON PRIMITIVE County.
School 10:00 AM Summer 7:30 PM Christ's Ambassadors Midweek Prayer Evening Worship 7:30 PM BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sunday School 9:30 AM
Morning Worship UiOOAMSunday Midweek Prayer Saturday 7:30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PMWoman's Midweek Prayer Cortez White, Pastor Morning Worship 10:00 AM

Evening Worship 'Is30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30: PM Missionary Union Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM 1st Weekend "* -
Thurs. after 1st Sun. 10:00 AM
2nd & 4th Sunday; Sat. Mom. Wor. 11:00 AM ...
OTTER CREEK Boy Scouts (Fri.) 6:00 PM ZIONHILL'METHODIST
Morning Worship .9:30 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM
Sunday School 10:30 AM WHIDDCN] LAKE PRIMITIVE ST. MARKS METHODIST Morning Worship 11:00 AM CHURCHRev.

Midweek Prayer BAPTIST CHURCHRev. NEW BAPTIST HOME CHURCHRev. PRIMITIVE RIVERSIDE BAPTIST MISSION CHURCH 3rd Sunday; W. L. Prater, Pastor
Service (Wed.) 7:30: PM Emmett Whaley, Pastor (Inactive) Sunday School 10:00 AMMorning
Methodist Youth Fellowship 2nd Weekend W. W. McAllister, Pastor Rev. Ceorge Dickey, Pastor Worship 11:00 AMT 2nd C 4th Sundays
9:30 AMNAM
Sunday School 10:00 AM Morning Worship
Every Sunday Evening 6s 30 PM Sat. Evening Worship 7:30: PM Sunday School ;
11:00 AM
Morning Worship
9:45 AM
Vqman's Society of Christian Sun. Mom. Worship 11:00: AMULTIMATE 1st Every Sunday Training Union 7:00 PM -I
Service-3rd Tues. 3:30 PM Sunday '
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Men's Club- 3rd Tue. 7:30: PM Morning 3rd undaEvening Worship 1 11:00 AM Midweek Evening Worship Prayer 8:00 PM 1k Otd 1t/mE/i 1 .
Wesleyan Service Guild -
7:30 PM Service 7:30 PM
4th Thursday 8:00 PM 1 Worship I \\III\ / i I t\ r
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By Louise C. sapp"

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Mrs. Helen Beasley attended Ip

the birthday dinnerof
Oratory is the art of making
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her mother Mrs. Lillie -
I deep sounds from the
Clark who was 87 years ''chest
seem like
important
old September 27 In Clarkton -
messages from the "
brain.
North Carolina. The I :
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dinner was held under big CITY-"Frankly,
oak trees with five gener- .
I haven't heard a good expla t
ations present. Pictures nation of what the demonstration MC, C LEN DON FUNER.4 L

were taken, presents pre cities concept really is," a LEON. FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN( ASSN.
sented. A huge birthday said Rep. Chester Mize (R. I HOME TALUHAUII.PUMJOA

cake was servedamonth Kans.). "Until I do,"he added, L j '
other varieties of food. "I will have to-say with tongue ;: 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE

Approximately 75 attended in cheek that it must be an .ff m ,; M States Redwood
the ocassion.
and enjoyed I 1 'effort to demonstrate that inrthe One of the most familiar Park
Unnecessary
Mrs. Delm Roberts visited cities you can pile federal faces seen on TV belong toa PHONE 335-1161" Tallahassee Fla.

her daughter, Mr. and upon federal aid until you_ a personality whose name is ,. A proposal to create a Red

Mrs. Jerry Hodge and family I a complete federal city, never announced lie I is .. wood National Park in California -
In Tallahassee over the I belongs entirely to the Teddy Quinn( who became r ,:T --- r eM by Federal acquisitionof
taxpayers but which has no famous overnight with the Bua; thousands of acres of privately -

Mrs. Myron Hodge has 'I taxpayers to keep it going." phrase: "Mothers are like BORED? For as he thinketh within owned forests is unnecessary

been admitted to the Tallahassee I 4 that..y'uh they are." NEED A CHANGE/ himself, so Is he. would deprive munic.

I Memorial Hospital, II I URBAN RENEWAL VOTE- Teddy appears as "Mike"in Would you like a new exciting career In the growing -(Prov. 23:7)In ipal and county governmentsof
her band: Myron "( "''''e In submitting an amendment the Mayer Aspirin for motel Industry? We will train you Lobe Motel Managers life we always find what badly needed tax revenue, I

ana Lucille Harrell wtie which would have allowed communities Children commercial. The Clerks, Housekeepers and Hostesses. Largeearnings we look for and if we look for and put many people employedin

dismissed from TMH Saturday with 150,000 persons company receives hundreds plus apt. something beautiful in any commercial forests out of
Myron plans to return I or fewer to vote on urban re- of letters praising the com Age No Barrier..Budget Terma..FreeLocal andNat- circumstances we shall find work,the National Associationof
to the hospital In two mercial and asking aoout"Mikc" tonal placement Assistance Train at home In spareC1mei it In Manufacturers stated.
news!, Rep. Florence Dwyer a sense,our happiness is
followed resident motel
by training at a luxury
weeks for surgery. I (R.-N. J.) says: "This is not Many have which even am1 Beach, Fla. Don't Delay...write now for free in our own hands, because it The proposal is unnecessary
Dinner guests Sunday of an anti-renewal amendment... offered to adopt him details and requirements Absolutely no obligation. A if not what happens to ui because 118,000 acres, or almost -
since he
Mrs. Helen Beasley were I All too often, however,the peo- is hardly possible division of .U.T.S., Miami, Florida, established 1945. but how we react that is im 200 square miles, of original
I is of four children of Mr.
her two sisters-in-law, |I pie of a community have been one ------------------ portant in our experience. We redwood forests are pres-
Mrs. Louise Sapp of Sop- the missing ingredient in urban and Mrs.! James Quinn, whowt.nt UNIVERSAL MOTEL SCHOOLS suffer only when we resist ently owned or administered

choppy, and Mrs. Albert renewal.! The people have aright to Los Angeles from Dent. W-372-N something in our life. This is by the State of California and

(Rachel) Crosby, and hereon to know and to participate Indiana. 1872 N. W. 7th Street the cause of pain, and so the the Federal Government, NAM
Bill Crosby and their in making the commu.nity' Only four when the com- MIAMI, FLORIDA 33123 secret it to embrace the Spirit explained in a statement filed
friend, J. R. Sleuder, all decision about urban mercial was made Teddy is of God in everything. with the Senate Subcommitteeon
of Live Oak. After dinner now seven. Despite his sudden Name. .
renewal and urban renewal Parks and
Recreation Com
made a fame, he is 'AddressC1ty
pleasure a
they trip, happy
.
needs the enlightened understanding They are new monu.ing. mittee Interior and Insular
: every on
to Carrabelle and saw dif- normal boy who does well in State ip-
of the .-(Lam. 3:23) Affairs.
ferent parts of the Sopchoppy community. rtchool. His allowance isM Aga_ phone
At the beginning of a new Present and future recre-
river. Mrs. visited week
Crosby CONFERENCE SET FOR a 4tc-9/22,29.10/6, U.',
with friends. day let's make up our mind to ational and conservation needs
.
GAS DEALERS -r concentrate on that which is can be met under the existini.tateprivate

Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Tallahassee, Fla. -state My Neighbors"Have *ffr* t TALLAHASSEE THEATRES'LORGDAjf good, true and beautiful. ownership system

Crum and family from Tallahassee Treasurer state Fire Focus on thoughts of peace the NAM concluded
were weekend Marshal Broward Williams : STATE and harmony, and heed God's

visitors of the Burl Carra- said a day-long SafetyService radiant life within ui to think .. .

way family. Conference would be '. thought of love and happi '
held fn Tallahassee on Oct- ness. This new attitude of

. Happy birthday Denise ober Jl, Tuesday, for li- r peace and joy transmits a ; { ,
f Whaley, Pam Lawhon, quified petroleum gas deal- NCW SHOWING Today"MISTER thru BUDDWING"Sat., S thru 8, spirit of love expressing itself ,

, Pamela Jo Byrd William ers and other personnel through ui calling forth -.: '.-
, Whaley, Ray Dunlap, Nelly the Big Bend area. I: Charlton Rex Harrison Heston Starring I. the best in others making it Tesj kids don't
w Raker Lena Nichols, Ber- The conference will Instruct i a happy day for all. I today just
r. tis Baker, Charles D. Bar- In safe practices In In JAMES GARNER \ appreciate the old waysJurtsitting

wick, Jr., Robert Rodden- the handling of LP gas. It JEAN SIMMONS/ I on their lands" until
berry and Judy Nichols. begins at 8:30 a.m. and ends SUZANNE PLESHETTE their oil is discovered.
at 4:30 p.m. in Room 213 "THE AGONY AND ANGELA IANSBURY I

Herbert, Reba, and E- Carlton Building. sue. THE ECSTASY" Industry Uses MusicIn

lizabeth Brown' of East- LP Gas personnel from without Baroque

point spent Sunday after- Liberty, Leon Madison, bristles for you use In any disciplinary College Talent Search .
noon with the Ralph Jefferson, Cadsden.
Taylor "
Browns. and Wakulla Countiesare action? WIRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIYI-M The search by industry for talent among graduating

Invited. OUTDOOR \ M WOH'IJUIIWT. college/ student has utilized the growing interest in

Cox-and family from ,. Today thru Sat. baroque music. A current FM radio program heard 63

Tallahassee spent Sunday 4 Horrors In Subbing Color hours weekly, from 11:05 p.m. to 8 a.m. daily in two key
with Walter and Ollie i I' markets, New York
I and Chicago, will be syndicated
Harma, going to ApalachIcola ti{. U RILEY FUNERAL HOME Today thru Sat. Showing 7:35XJUEEN weekly as a full hour show to 600 college and university
for a seafood dinnerat Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director Adam West, But Ward OF BLOOD""BATMAN" operated radio stations.

The Grill, In honor of The campus radio station invariably piped into dormi

Leo s birthday. I i Phone 697-3366 ) Marty Allan, Stave Ronl"LAST I. Hit"BLOCD No. 2 SA, 9:05 TH" tories and with the strongest local signal,will intersperse

of the \ n ./**ruitment Information by Industries, u do the two
.
Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Davis' CARRABELLE, FLA. SECRET A CENTS" HIt No. 10:35 Commercial FM radio stations. Unlike Rock 'n Roll, ba- -

and daughter, Barbara, ."24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"SERVING t i "DRACULAPrince roque music devotees are among the upper intellectualand
from Moultrie, Ga., spent "TO TRAP SPY" of Darknen" educational levels, according to a preponderance of

their Rlvervlew borne ; II the mail received by the radio stations. Producer of the
WAKULl.\\fR'rT.
'i- Hit No. 4 12:15 II.r. programs is Radio/TV Features 342 Madison Avenue.
: E of the ZOMBIES" ,
; ... "PlAC New York.IIIutP'rwer
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