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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: November 24, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (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).
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CROPLAND ADJUSTMENTRATES MR. CHARLES DANIELSMr. SAFETY INFORMATIONFrom SMITH CREEK NEWS '
ANNOUNCED

SIGNUP SETAdjustment Charles Daniels who Is a new resident of Craw- Thanksgiving tc By Mrs. Helen Kyle A + !
fordville and also of Wakulla County was kind enough New Year's is the 'disaster -

payment to give his reasons for moving into our county. He Is season" warns the Institute Mr. and Mr .M.J.Dvor-

rates for crops diverted presently teaching at Crawfordville High School. When for Safer Living. acek (the former Sara

under the 1967 Cropland asked why he moved into the county he answered "I Last year during that holiday Fances Brown) and child-

AdjJstment Program have moved here partly for convenience and partly for my period the greatest ren Berry and Pauline of

been announced by Clayton views on education. I feel that a good teacher must teach: number of accidents oc- Corpus Christie Texas, I

Taff, Chairman, Agricul- the whole child. Most anyone can prepare a lesson or curred. are spending a few days
tural Stabilization and con- subject matter or teach a class. A teacher must each Reasons why Injuries resulting with Mrs. Dvoracek's fno-<. I I'I.
servation County Committee. the whole child and in order to do this he must know the from accidents Increased ther Mrs. Myrtle Brown. ( II

The opening of the child and his environment and especially what moti. during the waning

signup period has also been vates him as a learner. For me, this meant moving Into weeks of last year were: Mr. and Mrs. Berton
set for December I, 1966. the location of most of my students so I wilfknov ((1)) Increased physical act- Lamb of Lakeland. Florida I I

Payment rates will be how to teach them. This makes. it easier for the teacher ivity and fatigue due to are visiting Mrs. Minnie I (
related to the value of crops and for the child. shopping house cleaning Barry and Family. 'I.

previously grown, and the "Another reason is the more In the classroom than decorating and special parties j jl

productivity on the a- actual nearness \\o the fatn doing currently.When ; ((2)) More people driven The Women's Missionary

creages put into the CAP school and to the youngs- asked how he liked teachingso > often-times congested Society of the Mt. Elon

program, the Chairmansaid ters. If they need my helpI many different subjects roads some during bad Baptist Church spent two

when announcing the am available. The activ- he replied "I like the var- weather or after having a days attending associational i

rates. The rates for 1967 ities around the school and iety and wish that I could few drinks; (3)) There was meetings of the WMS. 1

have been increased over the county such as scouting squeeze In more time pre- the usual carefree spirit The first meeting was In

1966 for all eligible com- band, PTA and others. paring more classroom which caused potential accident Carrabelle First Baptist

modities except for cotton. I like Wakulla County forit material but all In all I victims to let their Church and the second at

The adjustment paymentper has many natural and am happy with the situatipn. guard down. the Thomasville Road Bap-
bushel for corn and 'beautiful settings for great What are your outside Some suggestions on how tist Church Tallahassee.

grain sorghum. The 1966 outdoor fun. And for the interests? "I think It would to avoid being an accident A leadership course was

rates were 46 cents for great variety of people that have been easier to ask statistic are offered by the taught at each meeting.A .

corn and 36 cents for grain one can count among his what my outside Interests Institute for Safer Livingof

sorghum. Cotton, both upland friends. Wakulla county is aren't. I do a great deal the American Mutual] young man from Tallahassee

and extra long staple, located in the center of the of reading and often try Liability Insurance Com- killed his first I
have a rate of six cents activities that I like best, my hand at creative writ- pany. bear the first day of hunt-

per pound; peanuts carry a and yet for all the outdoor ing. I have a browsing lib- Get an early scan with Ing season In our com-

4 cents per pound adjust- advantages it is extremely rary which consumes most your shopping, whether it munity. The bear weighed 1. ys's
rate and close to the university be for 341 pounds.We .
ment payment of special goodies at
time. Building and Mr.
my 0. E. Hendrlckson. from Crawfordville has been
,
flue-cured tobacco a rate environment and learning the local supermarket for
maintaining musical Instruments named Chairman of the March of Dimes for
Wakulla
of 15 cents per pound. for me, is something that is especially Interesting the Thanksgiving dinner or sincerely hope that
The 1966 rates were: Cot- one does his whole life long; to me as I have for Christmas gifts. Shop all hunters that come into County.

ton 6 cents; peanuts 3.5 When asked about his two very old organs. AndI with more leisure and less the area will notice where
Wide range of Interests rush. they shoot. Many of our
cents and tobacco 12 cents. often try my hand at 1967 CONSERVATION
The Increased rates reflect he answered "My parents painting and small crafts Give your house a thor- children are on the high- FOR HUNTERS ONLY SIGNUP I TO OPEN

the improved commodity were the kind who set out such as.carving leatherwork ough safety inspection. Tryto way on bicycles and motor

supply-demand situation, to provide me with know. etc. 1 enjoy doing almost eliminate all possible scooters. And many homes While hunting in WakulU Farmers who wish to es.
which has resulted in bet- ledge tempered with wis- anything that gives mea sources of trouble such as ate near the highway So County please be careful tablish soil and water con

ter farm prices. The adjustment dom. During my childhood chance to express myself accumulations of rubbish PLEASE BE CAREFUL. when you shoot. There are servation practices on

payment rates are we moved frequently and creatively. In fact, I think protruding nails, loose many homes in the woodrin their farms with Agricul-
calculated to replace about lived In several parts of the ability to deal creatively steps and defective furni- our county. There are tural Conservation Program -
40 percent of the value of the country. Each area has with a problem or Idea MORE DEER EXPECTEDTO also many children that assistance should visit -

the diverted crops. its own special kind of Is one of man's greatest ture.Plan your Thanksgivingand BE KILLED THIS' hunt who are not large their ASCS County Office -

The CAP annual adJust- people and the more ex- assets. Christmas decorations HUNTING SEASONNot enough to be easily seen. to discuss their con-

ment payment rate per a- perleiTce a person has with Any advice for students? carefully. Choose fireproof Be sure of what you are servation problems and file
cre for these crops will people the broader Ms* "Yes I think to be a good ornaments for use inside every Florida hunter shooting at it may not be their requests beginning
vary from farm to farm concepts are. My parents student Is not basedonhow the home. Have a safe step will bag his buck this year, what you think! It could bea December 1, 1966 Clayton

based on the yield of each asked me questions Insteadof Intelligent you are but hoi ladder In sound condition however there will be more man or a boy Instead ofa Taff, Chairman the Agri-
deer harvested this
crop established on the me asking them. This well can control handy for reaching high season deer or a turkey. cultural Stabilization and
made curious and you your than during any previous Please be careful all
me at
farm. The farm yield per got self. The ability to direct places. Conservation County com-
the
acre multiplied by the per me Into the habit of being your interests Is worth far Give some serious year.Game and According FreshWater to times. Thank you. mittee, said today.

unit rate for the crop will curious. Sometimes when more than a high score or thought to safe use of the there 'It's important that
Fish Commission
result in the farm's per this got me into trouble,my an Intelligence test. A good family car. Will the; young CRAWFORDVILLE I farmers file their requests
white-tailed deerin
acre payment rate for the parents nursed my wounds student usually has a keen folks home from school for are more PERSONALS during the initial signup
Florida today than ever
and took an active in the handle the j
crop. part Interest In the classroom holidays car period in order to get the
The chairman also stat- whatever Interested me. situation. Maybe what I am sensibly? Will the driver before and experien&"dhunters Mr. and Mrs. Joseph necessary approval anc

ed that other cropland on a Our neighbors often said trying to Is that a good remain sober when the car who have spent Lord and daughter of Jack-I take care of other program
say In the forest realize
farm to be included In a my parents and I grew up student has controlled cur- Is used for attending par- years sonvllle Florida spent details before the time is at '

CAP agreement will be eli- together" and I gues this is iosity. A willingness to ties? Will extra care and how white-tail's broad and impressivethe comeback some time last week with hand to actually begin
true. be taken when driv- Mrs. Lord's "
caution mother Mrs.
gible for adjustment pay- learn and live and have fun work the Chairman em-
Mr. Daniels said he did in bad weather has been. pasco Harvey and her bro
ment ratea, varying from while doing It. ing ? phasized. The signup per.
$4.20 to $8.00 an acre, depending not always want to be a Living so near school do Have fun at family ant' Fifteen hunters years harvested ago Florida about- ther, Cecil Harvey. iod will end on January 6,
on the productivityof teacher but was torn between social gatherings the In. 1967.
mind students
two other in- you visitingyou stitute but 6,000 deer; ten years ago Mr. and Glen
the cropland. Agree- major ? 'Not for the most advises get e- Pope Under the 1967 prograrr
part. they took an estimated 8-
terests. Either becominga and be. are the guests of Mrs. pas
ments will cover five to ten nough sleep rest cost-share assistance will
If they come with their
par- 000. At the close of the
years. Wheat, rice and bar- minister or going into ent's permission and witha twain panics. co Harvey, for a few days. average about half of the
1965-66 season the esti
ley acreage will qualify as show business. He did a In mind. am Finally if you are plan cost of carrying out such
purpose I mated harvest was 17,000 guests of
non-allotment cropland In little of both. When askedto ning to visit someone in Mr. conservation practices as
always glad to give extra, deer. The 1966-67 season
explain his answer was the hospital make sure tha' and Mrs. Hayward Harveywere
had and
1967. These crops Individual help outside of class butI looks good and the hunter's establishing Improving
'I managed a theatrical for the of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
rates under the don't think a student you go purpose exceek vegetative cover, planting
1966 program. group of American Indian should witha cheering up the patient ant take is expected to J. Harvey and son Hank trees and improving exist-
meet socially of last
that season by -
Additional informationon Dancers and was also the not as an accident victim approximately of Tallahassee and Miss ing stands of timber, and
teacher too often. I am three
one to
the 1967 CAP will bei star performer. This wasa 100 female yourself.MRS. deer.According Lettie Harvey also ofT al- practices aimed at the conservation -
family owned enterprize.It % against any thousand lahass..e.Weekend.
furnished all farmers priorito students visiting without to the wildlife and more effi-
the opening of the signup was and Is still well cient use of water.
being accompanied hei
by LINTON biologists approximately
known the LIZZIE of
through out guests Mr.
period. Again in 1967 the pro-
parents. In fact. I will refuse cent of the
per
twenty: and Mrs.
Southeastern U.S. My last Joseph J. Harveywere
also Includes
gram practices
to admit such services
any vis. Graveside wenheld state s deer herd consistsof Mr.
performance last Roger Robinsonand
was
itor on the 2:00 Monday bucks with antlers five aimed at encouraging
WAKULLA NEWS spring when we toured the premises. at p.m. Clyde Robinson bothof farmers to develop soil and
21 for
Mrs. Inches
November or longer. Hunters
Tallahassee.
of
state Florida with th
Sunday
MastersMr. 88 who died will about onehalfof water conservation prac-
By Mrs. Ralph Lizzie Llnton harvest
guests were Mrs.
Collegians sponsored by H. L
at Tallahassee this tices primarily for the ben-
Saturday percentage or approximately -
the University. And as for PANTHERS BEAT JACKETSIN Robinson and Miss Doris efit of wildlife. These include
and Mrs. E. L Weth the ministry when I decided Memorial Hospital.The ten percent of Robinson, also of Tallahssee. of
erington and children,San. I LAST GAME Revs. W. L. Prater the total deer population.greatgrandchildren. establishment
to
the go to college I and Whaley of- wildlife food and cover
and Emmett
dra
Larry, spent also :
became
the The Crawfordville pan-
organistfor plots ponds and shallow
and McClendon Fun- ,
weekend in Tifton Omega ficiated.
a small country churchin thers beat the Sopchoppy Mr. and Mrs. Gene similar
water and
Georgia visiting rela- New Berlin Florida Yellow Jackets Friday eral Home was in chargeof Helms of Tallahassee areas
spent practices withwildlifebeneflts. -
tives and friends. and soon became the min. night it was the last time arrangements.The Active pallbearers included Sunday afternoon with Mr. .

ister of three county] the two teams will ever final rites were con- Johnny Strickland, and Mrs. Jesse Nazworth. "Conservation of these
. Mr. E. A. Hardwlck.Mr. churchesnearJacksonv1lleBy play each other because ol ducted at the Woodville David Wise Brooks Buch-
Howard Bullock Mr. Lind- Cemetery with the Rev. W Strickland. soil, water, woodland and
working with the young the consolidation of the anan. Roger Mr. and Mrs. Collings wildlife benefit
sey Vaughn of Atlanta people it became evident school.s The Panthers beat L. Whaley and the Rev. Em. Maxie Reddick Jerome Leroy (Buck) Rogers and I everyone'even resources though the

Georgia were dinner that I could do both things. I the Jackets with the scoreof mett Whaley officiating. Stewart Merrill Stewart children. Johnnie and Carlos of are
guests of Mr. and Mrs traded show business for 29-0. McClendon Funeral Home Sid Lln on. John Llnton, have been visiting Mrs. majority practices

Ralph Masters on Frida: professional Anthropology, The bands from both was in charge of arrange- Denzil Gray andYoungSte- Rogers' parents Mr. and owned carried farmland.out on privately-This conservation -

evening. for which I received my schools presented a pre- ments. wart. Mrs. R. w. Atkinson and work is in the
Linton born in
Mrs. was
degree. My minor was religion game show they joined Honorary pallbearers family. public Interest and that Is
and had resided in
The million little things and the Broad forces on the field and Alabama were Fred Oliver, John
that drop into our hands : Humanities Wakulla County for 60 Ferrell Sam Smith Joe why the public shares apart
and the Look Me Over.At .
at played Hey "
I I same making her home in CARD OF THANKSWe of the cost. "&e said
the small opportunitieseach time I felt an active calling the half both bands put years, Nails. Jimmy Gwin,George
day brings He leavesus to be a lay minister because I on a very good show for the River Sink community. Nesmith. R. W. Ashmore, wish to take this
free to use or abuse and I believe that a church's the large crowd gatheredfor She' was a member of the Fred Ladd and Lamar Fer- means of expressing our IF IT'SPRINTING

goes unchanging" along His hope lies with Its people, the game. Zion Hill Methodist rell. thanks to everyone who has

silent way. .not its minister. You add The Crawfordville pan- Church. been so thoughtful of us
She Is survived by three
all these up and you get a thers record for the seasonis during our recent trouble;
----Helen Keller daughters, Mrs. Una Stewart -
description that fits an ed- 7-2-1. especially those who sent YOU NEED
ucator. The Sopchoppy Yellow Lake WalesMrs. flowers, :od, etc.
When asked how be liken jackets record for the sea- ma Wise Plains, Ga., and SHOP AT HOME.!: J May thu i.rrd bless eachof
Mrs. Betty Strickland. River -
teaching he answered, "i son is 0-9-1. THIS CHRISTMAS you.
Sink community fifteen '
am completely happy with grandchildren and; 17 THE NEWS CAN DO IT
teaching. I wish I could dot I ; The Paul Syfrlll Family

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Court of the Second THE COUNTY AGENT'S Wakulla County Dickinson said the total
ULLAtCOUNTY--NEWS In the Circuit Court of the Se'CoucUJudicial LEGAL NOTICESIn In the Judicial Circuit Circuit of Flo CORNER SCHOOL BOARD MEETING represented a dollar value

.HLRSDAT. NOVEMBER 24, 1988 .Circuit In anc I rida,bind ForWakulla Conn NOVEMBER 18.241ARMCITY November 11, 1966 on the 19.448,598 stamps
---------------------,.S.FocWa,(ulla .Court*; Florida.fcIa WEEK sold of $20.042,311.October .
In Chancery.No.
Chancery. No. 1402. the Circuit:: Court of the Second ty.. 1400. The meeting was calledto collections were

MODERN HOMES CONSTRUC- Judicial Circuit, band. Roston Warren Powell, American agriculture order by Vice-chairman down $121,019 from total
TION COMPANY, a Florida For Wakulla County, Florida.In Plaintiff, has afvanced.more In the Strickland. Members pre- revenues for the same

fAKUlLAcoWn corporation, Chancery. No. vs.Wilhelminla. last 50'years.. than In allthe'prtoryear8 sent: Mr. Crum, Mr. Po- month last year.A .

Flaiitiff, Equitable Credit and Discount L Powell, of our his- sey, and Mr. Paulk. Mr. breakdown of the total

NEWS V" U "ij I i i a Company, a Philadelphia corp- Defendant. tory.our high standard of Roddenberry was absent showed that $1.690,411
ALLEN D BISHOP and 1JL1IAN oration authorized to dobuslness
.
would be impossible due to a death In his fami- came from in-state
V. BISHOP his wife, within the State of Florida. Order of Publication living sales
.Mau'I-nOI without rural and urban co- An additional
Telephone Plaintiff $6,545
Defendants. State of Florida Ton ly.The was
vs. Wllhelmlnla L Powell, operation. America's Industrialized minutes of the Oct- recorded in out of state

,NOTICE OF MORTCACEFORECLOSURE Winston L Stewart and Betty C. General Delivery, economy depends ober 17, 1966.meeting were sales. .

) SALE Stewart, his wife, Strongrville, Ohio. on farmers to pro-, read and approved.

Notice is hereby given that the Defendants. You are hereby notified that a duce an abundance of food Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded WaJculla County received

undersigned, Moody Pearce NOTICE OF SUIT complaint for divorce has been and fiber for city residentsand by Mr. Posey, that $400.00.

Cleric of the Circuit Court; of IN THE NAME OF THE: STATEOF filed against you in the Circuit American agriculture Resolution No. 1, a budget
will Court of Wakulla County: Florida urban workersto amendment In the
on of
Wakulla County Florida depends amount
. .. .EDITOR ; FLORIDA i -
J, D. HARVEY. on the 28th day of November ,in Chancery.Youamhereby provide the machines, a $51.757.79 Increase, be GURNEY NAMED 1967
TO Winston L. Stewart and Bet-
xl. 196. at 11:30 o'clock A.M. required to file (personallyor supplies and service essential adopted. The resolution Is
,
C. Stewart his wife Clerk of REGIONAL CHAIRMANFOR
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floi4daItecondtthus ty .re with the
rdvl\1., )
at the front door of the Wa/ful- by attorney to farm efficiency. to cover additional revenue
Subicrlp siding in Thomas County, Court and send a copy of MARCH OF
mttUr la Courthouse at Craw- said farm- DIMES
County alldepend on to the Board
Georgia, at Route 3, Box the attorney for Thus we accruing under
-l Ion I rate: |3.00 per year fccdvllle and Florida, offer for sale the 252, Thomasvllle,Ceorgia the jlaintlff same, your to written defenses, city cooperation for our Title I of E.S.E.A. 1964. The Honorable EdwardJ.
Mil,at public
highest !.ddedar cash following You are hereby notified that a if any, to the complaint in said abundant food supply and Voting for the motion: Mr. Gurney U. S. Congressman -

)described property situ- complaint to foreclose a mort- cause, on or before DecemberS, high standard of living. Posey Mr. Paulk, Mr.strickiand 5th District has been
ate in WaKulla County Florida, gage executed by you to Equitable 1966. Herein fail not or Judg- Americans enjoy the big- and Mr. Crum. named 1967 volunteer Regional
If You Need to-witi Credit and Discount Com- ment by default will be enter- gest food bargain In his- A request by the bus dri- Chairman of the-

Office Supplies All that cerU in parcel of pany, a Philadelphia corporation ed against you.WITNESS and the seal tory! In spite of rising vers who live In the Pana- March of Dimes. Basil O'-
authorized to do business within hand
land situate, lying and being my the Amer- that be allowed
prices, average cea area they President
Connor of
Office Furniture in tha of the State of Florida, on the following of said Court at Crawfordville, only the
County Wa"ulla/ ican family spends to drive a bus backto
this2nddayof health
Florida organization
Machines described to- announced
property Wakulla County
Business State of Florida more
Income
particularly after tax
wit 1966. 18% of its panacea during the day today in New York.
follows November,
8" or Can described as : Lots 31 and 32 in Block "F"of on groceries"' When fig- was presented to the Board. Mr. Gurney
COMMENCE at the Southwest : (official seal) food workingwith
JANEY WHALEYat -caner of the Northwest Agua De Vida Subdivision, /sMoody Pearce uring your family's After discussing the request 67 counties in Flori-

Quarter (NW-1/4))of Section as shown by plat thereof ofrecord Moody Pearce bill you must subtract all It was unanimously da, will aid in directing

CAPITAL OFFICE 9,i Township 3 SoUh: Range on page 12 of Plat Clerk Circuit Court the non-food items you buyat agreed to deny the request. volunteers during the Jan
CO. i East and thence run East Book No. 1 of the Public Records Wakulla County, FloridaJ. the supermarketItemslike Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded uary March of Dimes Cam

EQUIPMENT a distance of 1, 186.43 feet of Wakulla County, H. HudsonP. toothpaste, hardware, by Mr. Posey, that paign. He will also delivera

to;,th, Point of Beginning. Florida, O. Box 66Crawfordvllle cigarettes'and magazines.If bills be paid as presented. series of
102 E. JEFFWSCN Fro.said Point of Be finning has been filed against you and Florida you doubt that food is a Voting for the motion: Mr. speeches tc
are required to file answer business, professional and
223 S. AD1STALLAHASSEE thence run North a distanceof you your the 18
or other pleading to the Attorney for Plaintiff4tcll3,10,17,24. bargain, compare % Posey, Mr. Paulk, Mr. service organizations and
two; hundred ten((210))feet; of the take-home pay you and
FLORIDA thence East two hundred ten complaint with the Clerk of the Strickland, Mr. Crum. will participate in regional
(210) feet thence South: two above entitled Court, and servea spend on groceries with the Moved by Mr. Posey, seconded planning conferences.
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hundred ten ((210) feet; and copy thereof on the plaintiff'sattorneys IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 30% paid by the British and by Mr. Crum, that Its time to get rid of
thence West a distance of two Ervin, Pennington, THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIR- the 50% spent by the Rus- the meeting adjourn. Vot- the Idea that birth defects
HENRY WILLIAMS hundred ten ((2101 feet bacK Yarn C Jacobs, 305 South Gads- CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND sians. Let's take a fair ing for the motion:Mr. Po- strike only 'other people'and

to the Point of Beginning;being den Street, Tallahassee, Florida FOR WAKULLA COUNTY. IN look at the food prices and sey, Mr.Paulk,Mr.Strick 'other people's child-
REALTY and containing: one ((1)) not later than December 9, CHANCERY.No. recognize the real bargainwe land, and Mr. Crum. ren' *
acre more or less and lying 196 confesso will be birth defect can hit
in Section 9, Township 3 so a decree pro possible by our nation's any
Real Estate Broker South: Range 1 East of Wa- entered against you for the relief Donald Lorrain WALKER, amazing agricultural effic- family rich or poor, any
Reg. demanded In the complaint. Plaintiff, race nationality. Birth
fculla County Florida. the DONALD W. SMITH/ TO any
St. Marks Fla. This is the same property This notice shall be publishedonce Vs. iency. Thanks to pro- HEAD FLORIDA DIVISIONOF defects are this nation's
each week for four consecutive Sarah Elizabeth WALKER, ductivity and cooperationsof second
Phone 741 conveyed to the Mortgagor of weeks In the Wakulla Defendant. farmers and food Industry CANCER SOCIETY greatest destroyerof
Deed
herein ry Wasaxty life, claiming approximately -
News, a in workers we Amer-
and Willodene County newspaper ,
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES Robert Oliver Oliver dated January 6, Wakulla County, Florida. ORDER OF PUBLICATION icans are the best fed peo- Two hundred and five half a million unborn -
AND ORDERED at Craw- voting delegates babies each year and
1965 and recorded in Official DONE ple in the world. repre-
Assoc late: ,Records] BooK 7. Pages .ordville, Florida, this 7th dayof STATE OF FLORIDA TOi Farm and city peopleare senting 65,000 volunteersof killing; 60.000 of' our child.a..1 -
November 1966. Sara Elizabeth Walker the units of the : and adults, he declar-
V. *. Hatcher. Sr. 42 and 43. in the Office of 3413 Commercial Street more dependent upon county
of Circuit Court of (SEAL) Florida Division of the Am- ed.Mr.
Phone it 6.3201 the Clerk San Antonio, Texas. each other now than at any
Wakulla County, Florida. Moody Pearce previous t'me. Some examples erican Cancer Society, e- Gurney said that the
HereinabOve, ecribedlro- Clerk of Circuit Court You are hereby notified that a will illustrate the lected as their presidentfor March of Dimes, which led

perty to be Known as that certain Wakulla County, FloridaBy complaint for divorce has been point manufacturing the the coming year, Don- the successful offensive a-
ATKINSONELECTRIC of land which : /sf Beatrice Dugger filed In the Circuit : gainst polio
parcel upon against you and ald W. Smith, M.D., prom- attacks birth
supplies equipment
Modem Homes Construction Deputy Clerk Court of Wakulla County, Florida defects by
inent Miami He financing research -
SERVICE used farmers surgeon.
4tc-ll/lO 1724121.; by creates
Company erected a shell- In Chancery. You are here and
type frame house for the by required to file (personally or Jobs for six million work succeeds Dr. Sam Wesley birth defects supporting 77
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTINGALL Mortgagor: herein. The Mortgagor : Notice Is hereby given by attorney) with the Clerk of ers in towns and cities Denham of Jacksonville. centers at
herein warrants that that pursuant to chapter aid Court, and send a copy of hauling, storing, processing The election concluded the major medical institutions

TYPES APPLIANCES REPAIRED this is the first and only encumbrance 194, Florida Statutes, 1965. the tame to the attorney for handling and sellingthe two-day educational and throughout the United

ELECTRICAL MIRING AND REPAIRS on this propertypucuant the following described plaintiff, your written defenses said, products of agriculture business conference heldat States. He pointed out that
to final decree of foreclosure lands In wdculla County. if any, to the complaint IB creates Jobs for another Sarasota's Landmark there are two March of

LICENSED ELECTRICIANR. entered November 7, Florida will be sold at cause, on, or Herein before December sacra 8 10 million urban work- Hotel. Dimes treatment and research -

W. ATKINSON 1966, In the above styled case public outcry for the highest Judgementby 5, 1966. default will be entered ers -- growing crops and Dr. Smith has been act- centers in Florida

CRAWFORDVILLE FLA pending In said Court. and best cash bid. at against you. raising livestock creates ive in Society Cancer Con- one at the University ot

HONE 962-5391 Day or Night Moody Pearce the Courthouse in Craw- WITNESS my hand and the seal Jobs for nearly six million trol Programs and projects Florida Medical School and
(
Cleric of Circuit Court ford 1lle, Florida betweenthe of said Court at Crawfotdville, workers on the land-these since 1950. He is a mem- the other at the University
Wakulla County Florida hours of 11:00 o'clock Wakulla County, Florida, this2nddayof 22 million Jobs represent ber of the Dade county of Miami School of Medicine :
M Beatrice Diiftgar November, 1966.
-'lu Byt and 2:00 o'clock P.M. almost Unit and served its
Ckrrf AJvt. : one third of the as Pre-
TERRY 'HARRISH 4tc111724,121.8.WOULD Deputy on the 8th day of Decem- (Official Seals ) nations's total working sident in 1959. In 1960, he

ber,1966.Lots force. was elected to the Society's

Repair LIKE TO BUY 53 and ;55 of Block 4; Circuit Court, of Farm-city has since served as

sywwAI5o from 40 to 100 acres of Lots 50, 52. and 56 of Wakulla County, FloridaJ. Week, let there be a greater voluntary chairman of the "Don't wait until you get
lectrlcIfl, ) eta j land In Wakulla County at Block 7; Lots 68 and awareness that today's Cancer Research Committee. sick. Take time now to rea?

a reasonable price. phoneor 11 of Block 8; and Lor H. BOX HUDSON 66 business world Interlocksfarm Your Medicare Handbook'

Route 1, Box :34 write Robert Lee Waff., 114 of Block 11; Townof P.O.Crawford vllle, Fla. :and city people, that A graduate of Tulane This is the advice Lewis

Sopcboppy, Florida P. Q. Box 1636 Tallahassee panacea park. Attorney for Plaintiff. city people are more involved University, Dr. Smith received Gosaette, manager of the

Phone..*0-223l2 Florida, telephone no. 4tc113110,17,24.RELIABLE in agribusiness than his surgical train- social security office in
.. .. Official Seal Affixed)
877-2167. ( many realize and that cooperation ing at the University of Tallahassee has for all

WEIGHT safely with HELP FEMALE WANTEDMALEOR : Would like /sMoody pearce PARTY FOR and benefit mutual both understanding Hospital.Pennsylvania He is a Graduate Diplo- medicare He stated beneficiaries.that the Medicare
Tablets. Only Clerk of Circuit Court
t Dex-A-Diet to hear from dependable ADDED INCOME FOR ;:roups. mate, American Board of Handbook explains how
.2UJ1. vakulla Pharmacy. person with car regarding Wakulla County. Florida PART OR FULL TIME Surgery; Fellow in the Am. the two health Insurance

opportunity to supply con- WORK WE SECURE LO- erican College of Surgery, programs work and tells

: FOR SALEfWuSTsell my sumers with Rawlelgh Pro CATIONS FOR TESTERS past president, Dade County what services are covered
home have lowered or Medical and how payments will be
my ducts In Liberty County Association.
wanted for
Call Mrs. Information Male or female During world made. It also contains >
'price $1000. Franklin County. For war II, ht
Bobby Russ at WA6-5141 write Rawleigh USE THE WANT ADS for this Sylvanla area to service R.C.A.route television was Chief of Surgery, U.S. copy of the simple form to

after six. FLJ-220.518 Memphis. THEY PAY ,OFF! It and radio tubes sol Naval Hospital, Coco Solo! be used In requesting pay-
Term.5t1020ll3,17.12l,8.. through our latest modern Canal Zone. and atNorfolk' ment of doctor s bills under

f- .s,. method free self-service' Virginia. the medical Insurance pro
qjKnK*|j--* .__._ In
-'- --- accepting his gram.
tube testing and merchandising new of-
''F.J'rll7 lananassee Business urns .1 units. :Will not inter- i c/'Pr- Smith commended The Handbook includes a
thousands listing of all the Insurance
fere with your present employment of men anti
To qualify you women who contribute their organizations that will be

i DIRECTORYPATRONrZE'TifS must have $1,600 OOto$3- services to the Society's handling medical Insurance
200.00 cash available Immediately year-round cancer control claims, so beneficiaries
for Inventory and NOTIC:: Programs and announced can quickly see when

equipment. Investment secured that the 1966 claims for payment of doc :
Cancer
*. car S spare hours To All Hunters Who Wil cation and Edu- tor bills, home health services ,
I
: E ADVERTISERS weekly, could net up tc Be Hunting in The Aucill: Crusade in Fund-Raisin Florida and other service
r -- 6000.00 per year In you Management Area in Wa. ranked had included In the supplementary
among the
should be ableto kulla County top ten
spare time in the
nation. should be sent.
FRM start at once. This com- The hogs in the Aucillj $1,325.000 More than plan
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HandbookIs
D. I. GRAMLING pany will extend financial Management Area are no to the was contributes Your Medicare
I
I II assistance to full time If a citizens Crusade by Florida designed as a ready
FEEDS & CO. desired. Do not uiswertm- game.Owner ,businesses trades source of information for

less fully qualified for time H. H. StricklandP. industries. Federal'and other each person covered by

I Ont-Stop Service for "and Investment. Income O. Box 56 employee ; medicare. Along with the

i Y-4= .. ,flint! River Miu Feed Seed Fertilize should start Immediately. St. Marks, Florida throughout the State Th s red, white and blue health
1 2015 >. Monroe 8771155 Business set up for you. 3tc-ll/l0,17,24. response, Dr. Smith com ins rance'identification
Foultry Supplies -
P-R-M Ranch ft Garden Center I G Garden Tools Selling soliciting or experience widespread merited is indicative of the cards It Is the key to medi-
Is not necessary. public
826 I, Gaines F and interest care protection. Gossette
2247197BakerAlford
For personal Interview la 0R RENT concern
: Furnished about having
So. Adams at S.ALRR. the cancer stated that anyone
t I Include beedroom disease
city please
your
home
Crossing about I/ which last his
yeai about
Co. Phone number and WRITE: mile east of took the lives any questions
'i Light Weight and Rtgvlar Phone I U. S. Electronics Con. Contact Mrs.Crawfordvtlie fellow Floridians of'ItIs3my rights under medicare
with
Margaret
j} Tkt Pasta 'JIs r.s" Concrete Block should in touch
t. .' 6267 Natural Bridge, Pint velIe. W02-22l1 hope: Dr.Smith get
Anything for your auto, truck Hanson Wood and Lawn 20, Mo. Sopchop., hundreds said, that the social security officeat
1 or tractor. Also for Jour power ; 4tc-11/10,17,24,12/1 dlans more 0Flori_ 117 West College AVenue -
lawnmower and much for your lloel Ind.,Inc. will JOin in the Tallahassee.
I against fight ,
boat.W8N.. S. Adam. St. at 4-Polnta cancer dt _
.,Adams St. Ph. 222-3380 I T,l. 222.5840 )f. 0. Box 681 bute their servicesoonhtrli;-
J save more 'p
Ii' lives
I C LEND ON disease- from this
; II M.c FUN&RgL
I ".; WISH I'D SAID

,I .Yaeger,: '. .nci Little Folks Inc. Store, l : Lait tro: M. -E, STAMP TAX FUNDS, THAT \i

; RELEASED
AMBULANCE TO
24 HOUR
"Th Capital'sMajors SERVICE COUNTIES

"Tillie' and Bo&dt2l'4fi. I Ckildm't'Fumtturt for Minor, Toy. Fred O. (BUd) Dickinson

..: G._,. Hoblutt j PHONE 3'5.1161 Tall Jr., ComPtroller
.<( *JII''St. Tel. 222.4680 Baby Atcntonit ahat tee': f\a\ a, tOday of Flor- "Education should not hi

133 N. Monies St. Ph. 222-1146 C October collections announced of that confused with learning hot
state d the
I ,, tax eCumentary to work." Ge). B. Boars
) stamp
$1,896,956. Aztec (New Mexico lode
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.THURSDAY NOVEMBER! 24 1966 .
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NEWSBy The former Sara Brown, I
from Smith Creek,her hus- !
Louise C. SappA band and children are visiting fn'" ABt61/
Sarah's mother for LP. 'Pete'GlfSmI
Set watch 0 Lord beforemy
fish a ,
will be several ,
supper days. At
present .._ ,
mouth door of 4 ; ..
given at the ; keep the .. if
Congregational they are living in Wiscon-
lips.-(Psalms U,3 A.V.)
my )
Holiness Church In sin. Sarah's husband
Sop- seems
choppy on Saturday evening to be enjoying the hunting We are often told that our Senator for the Sicfl'1fi}

December 3,beginning In this section of the coun- actions speak louder than our

at 5 P.M. The event Is sponsored try. words However, this does not THANKS AGAIN .
by the Ladies of the lessen the importance of our
Church and delivery serv- Happy birthday Bernard words. It is left to each of us

ice Is available within the Plgott, Frank Mann, Joe to consider our words and For, Your Support
city limits of Sopchoppy. Hodge III, Darrell Lee Kil- thoughts. Our prayer might
44f g Prices Include $1.00 fora- gore Buddy Johnson, Jean well be, "God, guard our and ConfidencePaid "
Prices Include $1.00 for Crum patsy Roberts,jack thoughts that we may guardour r

adults and SOC for children Henderson,Myrtice Strick- tongues,"And it is through political Adv by Campaign Trea ,
under twelve. Everyone Is land, Evelyn EvertMcKen- prayer we ask God's help ",\ ,
f invited to attend. zie,Michael Dunlap,Gleen-
.
I ( y B. loner and J. W. "i' ,
FA Mr. and Mrs.L.D.Simp Lawhon Mary Alice Mc-
son ofTallahasseeannounce Kenzie and J. B. Corley.
the birth of a son, born

Saturday evening, Novem- Philip McKenzie Is home WE OFFER +"f
ber 19, at the Tallahassee from Pensylvania to spend I
Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Thanksgiving Holidays with

da Simpson stokes is from the former Sopchoppy.Zel- his James parents McKenzie., Mr. and Mrs. (Quality Memorials. ; ;.

The Simpson's have one o- ;
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cher son, Gary.
BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED
RENTAL UNITS UP .
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Cox ,
and family, Mr. and Mrs. IN STATEC OF C
Mack Green all of Talla- I
hassee were the weekend For the first time the WE AS MEMORIALIST ASSURE YOU QUALITYIN

guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. number of rental units pro-
D. Reynolds. vided by Florida's acco- EVERY INSTANCE. QUALITY IN: CRAFTSMANSHIP,
I
modations establishments
Among several guests passed the half million QUALITY IN MATERIALS QUALITY YOU CAN TRUST.

who attended the Sopchoppy mark In mid-1966,the Flo- i I

Lions club dinner and rida State Chamber of Commerce OUR SERVICE IS COMPLETE : ,
BROWNFORRESTERMr. reported In Its
meeting was Dan Strickland!
meeting was Dan Strick- Weekly: Business Review SINCE THE CHOOSING OF A MEMORIAL IS POSSIBLY A NEW ,ti J '
land. He and his wife, San- released yesterday.
dra are visiting their parents "On July 1 this year AND UNFAMILIAR EXPERIENCE\\ OfFER YOU OUR
and Mrs. W. Fred Kirkland of Medart announce ,Mr. and Mrs. rental units available to i iI
the engagement of their daughter, Sylvia Kaye Brown, Stricklandand Mr. and George Mrs. tourists and residents of ASSISTANCE\\ SHAI L DE GLAD TO ADVISE YOU IN ;
to Glenn Wayne Forrester, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Maseo Florida totaled 512,000, a r'n'TIi\G '
Forrester of Columbia, Alabama. Miss Brown is'the Langs ton. net gain of 16 per cent (or TIlE SELECTION OF A ; \1r\10HI\L FOH YOUR

grand-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alton McLaughlin of Mr.-and Mrs. 69.000 units) In the past '. Jki Pt
Medart and the Jerry Hod- five LOVED ONE,
daughter of the late William Morris ge and family Miss years.
June
Brown. "This unit number fig-
Roberts from Tallahasseewere
The bride-elect graduated from high school In Kos- the weekend of ure was made up of 252- MONUMENTS ERECTED ANYWHERE,
ciusko, Mississippi and attended chipola Junior guests 000 apartments,42 per cent f
College. Mrs. Delma Roberts,while CALL US ,TODAY 101'LL FIND! OUR PRICES REASONABLE:
She is than in mid-1961
presently attending Auburn University Auburn, here they attended the Sop- more ; MtWE >
Alabama. 110,000 units In motels, up
choppy vs. Crawfordvllle INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR DISPLAY AT OlR OFFICE :
Mr. Forrester graduated from high school in Columbia football game, which was 14 per cent; 90,000 In hotels t
and from Chipola Junior College. He Is presently attending the last game played this down 2 per cent In BFHIND THE POST OFFICE
houses down 23
Auburn Universityl season. rooming ,
The wedding will be December 18 in the Lake Ellen per cent during the five
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Baptist Church of Medart. louie R. Revell remainsIn years. Most condominiumand

very critical conditionin cooperative apartment
buildings are excluded
the W.T. Edwards Hos- from these tabulations of Ualutlla jllonumcnt (t
pital. Tallahassee, Florida. regular rental units.'Restaurants ( Company

numbered
VOIR BEST FRIEND: 11'1 LDVT TELL W . .
15,300 this about the
year, t
Mrs. Louise Sapp was an RIONES: 926-3861 Office
BUT lIE KILL !M"I . ADVERTISING PAYS overnight visitor of her same as In 1961, but total GEORGE RUTS
eating capacity was up 9 1A6.3135.No,, I ,
sister '
TilE IUIitUfOt.n! !.ElS last Saturday.QUitman, Georgia, per cent to reach 892,000. CRAV.FORDVILLE.' FLORIDA
'One measure 3f the size I

of Florida's accommodations .
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industry and its expansion -
I Is provided by


A SINCERETo the taurant building Florida Commission.permit Hotel reports and These Res-by ARE YOU BEING TORN "APART.


show that during the five
I years 1961 through 1965,
over $1.2 billion was spent
BY TOGETHERNESS
?
for new and Improved facil-

ities in the state. ''Ito'_
"Making up this amount

partments were $887 $105 million million for for a- Quick! Take advantage of these ,Second Car Specialsara.aitf

motels, $58 million forho- ''tA -
tels and $186 million for .
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restaurants. Even though -
Contributors and Friends for your help and support in makingthe rooming houses are on the

Wakulla County decline, building permitsfor \ ALFORD
them came to $3 'nil-

lion during the five years '*. utHA So. u44T'3i:
SWINE SHOW & SALE "The future of the accommodations -

industry In
Tremendous SuccessCONTRIBUTORS Florida and the nation will "CHEVYLAND"Lot
be discussed a: the State
Chamber's 50th anniver-

sary meeting In Clearwater.
Wakulla County board of foi..,'. Lobster Houw Tallaha" Federal Sa.ing' beginning! tomorrow, the
County Commission and loan review concluded.
LynnMark-It-Ri :
Woltulla County Development lean fIIIal Sarongs i -- Lot 2-1414 S. Monroe
and Port Commission Taylols Gulf Slatlll
Phone 222-5656:
Hdra Gas Company i

i The Florid Department Carlton Tucker lilt Florid"I Whalna I IWay".H"ry WORTH 1958 Chevrolet $182 t
, of Agriculture I. H. Itoger' Grocery I Door radio,
sttocdk"Ito sN-lx..
pd Dnn Shop r t @ heater
Auctionesu !
Adoms' Senict Sttial \ .1960 Oldsmobile $295 ;
lob Dunn Judgi .
Capital.LillCo1I! Mercury Door Hardtop.radl4., heater,
Wi/mur/ Slrickla" L ABOUTWe 1-327 N. Adams utomatlo UajiarBlaaloa. Power ,
i Mingldarff Motors brakaa and ileerlnj. Stock No.
WAKULLA COUNTY Mac' Grocery Phone 224-3211 1 IMS. "
Mays end 1"1011 Inc. j 1956 Chevrolet $224
lorwick brothers Seafood Jereigos'. Garag also don't deny the need
,,, Hllllloll Appliance CompanyM 1959 Chevrolet $302. Convertible, t Cyl', Radio *
i Comp SapchoPPJ LiOl"i Club for government to Intrude 4 door Dadlo, heater iutomiUc BOTH: LOTS OPEN TILL 7 00 pM Stuck No. Special 1171 Price Only
mechanism ( tock! No HMA FOR YOUR
market CONVENIENCE
Bole Lumber G04sd County the
Company through upon fiscal and monetary 1959 Buick $316 Famous OK Quality 1958, Chevrolet I ."$162
Wakulla County farm Bureau M & M Tractor Company Door sedan radio 1-Year 4 Door Hardtop A n food
heater '
11.3
LEON COUNTY policy to ameliorate the cycli automitle trinimluion Stock G-W Warranty buy' Only I Stock\ No.
Seminole Asphalt Company Wwdrilla Lumber Ha.a", Motor Company cal ups and downs of the sys No 1B23A. LONG TRADES... 1957 Buick' .'. $282
CompolY which have been Its worst 1960 Dodge $382 4 Door On* Owner Low Price
Joy lrowlrow.t'i. Grocery Talquil Electric tern EASY TERMS Stock No 1 J2B
4
PigO" Grocery W.J. loylltOI Company Miller Chevrolet feature.'We are now, however, ,utom Door etta Hardtop Irinimlition radio.stale beau PLENTY MORE 1 1958 Chevrolet. $243
Ca".I.-JohlllOl Furniture exposed to another government Ma 1471A. I Cyl, 4-Dr. Station Wafon
Taft sod Sons Campay Farm and Garden. Sup pI, tool-that of exhortation- 1961 Chevrolet. $542 radio. heater, :' automatic Iran,..
a Cyl.Door, radio, beak, food Urea Huntera Rah**
and I don't condemn a nev Automatlc man'c \! No. JM A
Sapchoppy Cafe Parkway National lank Jefferson County ( BlocNo. 1W A Cadillac
tool out of hand). But I question 1961 Chevrolet. $662 1957, $292
Long.tal Trading Company Gromling Feed end Grail MOlitiCllla Li"tock Yards the equitability of some JDoor Sedan. 1 ely, beateritralfht 4 Low Door mlleife Hardtop, Omy., On*Stock Owner No.
Wakulla County Chamber of Company ManliCllla Prevision CompanyCommerce requests made to the business! thlft. Stock No. I8UA 1937A. .
;,,961
t
Mercury $292 1958 Buick .
Peopls'a lank community and the techniques $262
F L W for" Senice 4 Door Hardtop, radio, heater 4 Door, radio heater,
automatic
Harry G. Smith Lewis Stab lank Thomosrille employed by the government to Price automatic, Stock tranamlKlon. No" JU1 Low trantmliaion, Stock No. B1411B
voluntary compliance 1963 Falcon
enforce $682
Gordon Grand. l-Door radio. Standard" tranamlaalon .
WE CONGRATULATE THESE BUYERS PresidentTax Extra food buy, Only

J BRADLEY'S FARM SUPPLY _A_ SEARS ROEBUCK & CO. .Foundation PLENTY MORE
>* IOUGHT THE GRAND CHAMPION W BOUGHT THE YOUTH CHAMPION

JL FLINT RIVER MILLS _A_ SWIFT ACOMPANY-MOULTRIE I ALFORD second car
M leught the RMrv Champion X taught the Youth Reserve Champiaa I bargainsbacked

PACKER BUYERS I'' ADVERTISINGPAYS' by

SUNNYLAND PACKING CO. MONTICELLO LIVESTOCK MARKET I
FROSTY MOM SWIFT CO. GADSDEN COUNTY LIVESTOCK MARKET
CHEVROLETi"Serving YEARS

TRY IT. .

The Wakulla County Youth Fair II III The Big Bend For Over 40 Yean" OF SERVICE' !

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THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1966; ; during the 'next 30 days. to average between 1.50 I"r' ..', .. -0 ..
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--- Daily mean temperatureswill and 4.00 Inches I PICTURE THIS I IJII ,
WEATHER FORECAST T average between 63 and as showers and genera "*-
The Thirty Day Agricul- 70 degrees with afternoon rains on 7 to 9 days duringthe R. L. RILEY FUNERALHOMELicensed

tural Weather Outlook for temperatures reaching 75 period. Embalmer & Funeral Director
the period mid Novemberto degrees or higher on 3 to Sunshine during the per :
mid December for South 6 days during the period. iod Is expected to average Phone 697-3366
Georgia, Southeast Ala- Dally minimum tempera- about 60 percent of possible ,
bama and Northwest Florida tures should average between with 2 or 3 periods of extended CARRADELLE, FLA.
Issued by the Weather 42 to SO degrees with cloudiness.Soil "" .'11 "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"
Bureau Advisory Agricultural early morning tempera- temperatures are ",
Meteorologist, Georgia tures falling to freezing or expected to continue sharply 0" SERVING mull' COUNTY .
Coastal plain Experi- below on 1 or 2 morningsIn downward during the next
ment Station Tifton,Georgia coastal sections and 2 to 30 days reaching averages
November 15, 1966. 5 mornings over Inland areas under four Inches of bare l
Temperatures are expected during the period. soil of between 50 and 60 t I '
to average near nor- Rainfall during the per- by the end of the period. -
mal over all of the Tri- iod mid November throughmid
State Agricultural Area, December:: is expected, CHRISTMAS DISPLAY AT I I 101
MARIANNA FSB OPENS t

DECEMBER 16 I4uscus CPE'eIAtSSP .

Lights will go onlnMar-
ELEON ianna December 16 for the ALS FRL, SAT..
famous animated Christ-
mas campus display at the .
Florida School for Boys
the display now in Its 18th THANKSGIVING SPECIALS
FEDERAL T M? more than two ,.
r year.miles of pages 7 will TURKEY HFNS, .10-12 Lb.Auq.. LR 4
SAVINGS spring to life at 5:00 p.m. 1m SMOKED HAMS. WHOLE OR HALF LB. 69tf
that evening and will delight -
both adults and child- LEARN CHRISTMAS SHOPPING SHORTCUTS BAKING HENS. . . . . LB. 149ct
rAlUlWSIl ren every night through 'T I the season to be merry inexpensive instant-loading '
December 31.Thousands. even while Christmas shop models, such as a Kodak Insta- FRYERS . . . . . LB. 29ct

a hundred of visitors thousand(Cover tips ping for! Here keeping are that some spirit handy high: and matic perfect Camera.for It's taking easy advantage to use T-BONE STEAKL. . . . LB.79 y':

ry'!:t TALLAHASSEE THEATRES: each of the last two years) I.Make a list-Besides sav of the many picture-taking OREO COtiKIES. . . . LB. :. . 53*
will drive through the tag valuable time, a list often opportunities offered by the
FLORIDA IT STATE grounds to see the new features prevents oversights. holidays.For shooting indoors APPLES. . . 4 LB. BAG. . . 59ct
pr and the welllovedold 2.Shop for a few gilts at a you simply pop on a flashcube
time-It's easier to make decisions and take four pictures without
in this Christ- '
scenes
mas wonderland. when you're fresh and changing bulbs. One of the MAXWELLHOUSE COFFEE. : . LB. . 794
alert so schedule yourself ac. new super 8 movie cameras
Today thru Saturday Today thru Saturday Begun by Arthur G. Dozier cordingly. makes an ideal gift for a whole
tendent when to he help was superin-combat 3.Shop early In the season family. The cameras are easyto WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF SHOTGUN
Dean Martin JERRY LEWIS About a third of all Christmas carry load InstantlyevenIn
lain Delon homesickness in the boys shopping is done the week be bright \II1Ihine-and they SHELLSHOMEY
Joey Bishop:
-W AY...W AY away from home at Christ- fore-a good reason for starting make It possible to take
TEXAS OUT" mastime for the first time, early. Moreover the selection sharper brighter home movies IiI SEll. .
ACROSS it has developed into a is larger and you can take than ever before. -
THE RIVER Connie Stevens spectacular which accom- advantage of early season spe 5. Remember your budget ORDERS
Robert Morley plishes both this purposeand cials. Estimate the cost of each gift or
furnishes many learn- 4.Shop In terms of a hobby- you may have to compromiseon .LY _
ing experiences for the When in doubt select a gift the last names on your list.
boys as well. that stimulates a new interestor 6.Peruse newspapers and
PfKRY HIGHWAY' CAPITOL' DRIVE-IN Dozier now director of increases pleasure in an old magazines-Watch the advertisement SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVE.PIGOTTS .
OUTDOOR M wooDviur HWY. the Florida Division of one. One of our most popular and editorial shopping
r-p- -I Child Training Schools, hobbies, photography offersa columns You'll find : STORE
still finds this project wide choice of gifts. You tan everything from cosmetics tc .
Today thru Saturday start a beginner with one off the cameras. MEDART;
tremendously exciting.For
.Pamela Tiffin,
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months the Instructors -
The James LIVELY Darren SET' MUNSTER, GO HOME-I, and their crews of boys Lenox E. Williams, sup-
have been working on the erintendent extends an,invitation -
HOLD ON" Lloyd Bridges, displays, many of them mo- to all Florfdiansand r
Shirley Eaton torized, which will be pans tourists, as well as to r .
'"1 WCRLC
BEACH BALL" AROUND THE SEA""INVITATION ] of the fantastic fairyland.Most neighboring Alabamiansand
-D UNDER THE of the motors,wiring, Georgians to come see
to a framework, and costuming this beautiful panorama.The .
Is secured from Army Sur- tour is free.
.... ....,. Iro... GUNFIGHTER"... plus. As of now only the big I II I
.. I I cables which power the motors
I
and enhance the
zle by furnishing daz-I
I spotlights with
plus a few motors and
Enjoy the benefits 01computer t of framework can be seen, I
but out of the workshops
between now and the 16tl ;I
I will emerge all type. a ,
astonishing sights to take
I their places on opening

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OLD KOOKS-in answering'
.. the young radical's comment
.fttorkIn 'i :: that the"old kooks in Congress Lord, bless the. bread that now we break -
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ought to be sent to war, Rep .
Frank Bow (R.-Ohio) commented I
"No it ia not love ol In gratitude for Thy sweet sake.
r
I 3' .'. war that prompts us to supportour ,
troops in Viet Nam and Bless all the Il8'vecl; I
.... ones gathered here
demand victory there.It is love ,
&11L of our country and the realization

that however much we And those who, on some far frontier
I pray and work for peace, there i ,
are still forces in the world
that will let us live In peace Defend our ard won legacy-
.
only at the price of our free
.. .t..,,"'" dom. The young radical probably '
,/' r doesn't deserve the blessings The brave, bright flags of liberty. .
of liberty he enjoys but
millions of youngsters in
I", America today and, we hope,
many generations to come,rely Accept our thanks, dear Lord, for these:
upon us now to preserve and
.
I I defend their heritage This is
Banking Hours: It what the war is about. Fields rich with harvest, laden trees,

Monday thru Thursday 9 to 5 e'u' ;

". Friday......... 9 to 6:30: I I'' LI For life, .for. love that lights our way; .

WALK W DRIVE IN FACILITIES
I I -W The right to think, t to speak, to pray

\ / >> Each he wills.
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