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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: December 1, 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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. VOLUME 49 NUMBER 13 II CRAWFORDVILLE. FLORIDA 32327 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1 1966 PRICE lOt PER coPt I I .


ONLY 24 MAILING DAYS 0AKULLA NEWS SMITH CREEK NEWS CUB PACK NO. 126 HOLDS ,
I PANTHERS WIN IN 1,1: 1 1i.
TILL CHRISTMAS By Mrs. Ralph Masters JAYCEE BOWL By Mrs. Helen Kyle REGULAR MEETING j i

postmaster O. E. Hen- Cub Pack No. 126 heW
drickson reminded Wakulla Deepest sympathy is ex- Mr. and Mrs. J. M. it's regular monthly meet- i.': I .
county residents today tended Mr. and Mrs. J. D. The Crawfordville Panthers Bulger and family of Lakeland ing at the school lunch- t, "
home ,
that there are only twenty- Turner and family on the came win last with another Florida, visited Mr.Bulger's room on Tuesday night, W I Pe .

four mailing days before death of Mrs. Turner's ,light when they Wednesday played sIster, Mrs. Q. November 29, 1966, with 1 .
!
A. Kyle. about 75 in attendance.
Christmas. f
grandfather. Greenville in the Madison
While that may seeir County Jaycee Bowl. The and Mrs. William Each Den gave a skit .l.t.,,!fIIt .
The Rev. with emphasis on the ..
like a long time to most\ CONGRATULATIONS! Panthers : ," \I
won the with
game Flury entertained theme of "Space". ,\
people, it is frighteningl Mr. and Mrs. Curtif the score of 12-0. There monthly 'f,
several over the awards
those of in th guests The following
short to us announce the
he said Langston, were about 1,500 people to Thanksgiving Holidays. were given Kevin Gaby, ,1
Postal Service, birth of a son,William Key.in the ;
see game. They were Dr. and Mrs.S. Bob-
Mike
General Lawrence : Bobcat Begley,
Postmaster born Sunday, Novembei The only touchdowns In i I,.
S. Dowis of Atlanta, Bobcat
F. O'Brien has predicted 27 Tallahassee cat; Gib Jones, ; y
at
1966
the defensive game were Ga. the Rev. and Mrs. A. Rod-
Bobcat
that well over eigh Stevle Harper, ;
billion pieces of mail mug Memorial 7.12poyndsMrs.Langston Hospital. He. made by Butch Taff on a L. Flury of Inverness,Fla., ney Glover, Bobcat Tim Jt :

be delivered between no\ weighed is the daughter 70-yard run in the second and Mr. and Mrs. R. N. A- Smith, Bobcat; Jim Prince, r'1I
quarter and by Larry dair of Atlanta Ga. Wolf
Wolf Terry Posey,
and Christmas Eve, a net Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Smith. Strickland in the fourth ;
record. and Gold & Silver Arrow

"We are asking everyoneto Core Thanks- quarter. Mr.andMrs. Anderson Points; Bobby Chambers, ,, ,
Butch Taff received a and family visited Wolf and Gold & Silver I:yii
about their
start thinking
and giving with his family. trophy for the game's out- Mrs. Anderson's mother, Arrow Points. _I Th1'I
Christmas shopping "
school Mad-
is in
at '
Jerry back.
standing Tim Jonesof *,
Mrs. Harvey of Tallahassee and Mrs. Charles
Mr.
mailing now. if all the holi- .
ison Florida.Mr. i
Greenville was voted the
who is now home after leav- '
day mail were to hit the Moore and family are
outstanding lineman of the In the hospital.Mr. 1 ;)t";
being and to
postal system at one time, Kenneth Roberts of rame. ing us moving Quin- \ 'i1
it is obvious that we'dhave cy, Florida. We closed this
St. Marks is in Tallahassee The Crawfordville .
difficulty delivering every Panther Gerald Langston was meeting with a farewell .
Memorial Hospital. We record for the seasor admitted to Tallahassee for the Moore family. I ;::
time. party
piece on wish him a speedy recov- is 821. Greenville's '
record f \k)
Memorial Hospital and the of
Mailing early and spread- A Certificate Appreciation .
ing the mail flow out along] ery. is 9-2-0. latest report says he is was presented to Mr. ':kt
Next year the Crawford doing fine. and Mrs. Moore for their .. ;
the entire preChristmasseason Mrs .
Harvey ville Panthers will be t
service in Pack
is the key to better) spent the Thanksgiving part of the new High School] outstanding
Mr. and Mrs. Carey Cox
mail service at this time holidays In Miami vis. 'n the county, WakullaHlgt: of Lakeland Florida are, 126 and a gift was presented beauti-- Rev. Warren H. Rush, pastor of the parkway Baptist ...
of the year. iting with Mr. and Mrs. School. to the family. A Church, Tallahassee will deliver the principal address .
Last year the public cooperation Richard Ruryk.Mrs. Ruryk spending a few days in fully decorated cake,punch to the annual Mobilization Rally of the 2nd District of
heir cabin the river.
on
and coffee enjoyed by '
was
was 'tremendous is Mrs. Harvey's sister the Florida Baptist Association which oopens at 7:30:
," according to Mr I all. We sure will miss the Monday December 5, at the panacea First Baptist 1
Hendrtckson. Virtually every ., Mr. and Mrs. Core and DEER HARVEST IS Mr. andMrs.Dan Strick- Charles Moore family and Church.
land of Titusville Florida, wish them all the luck in the
piece of holiday mail Tommy were visitors of GREATER THIS YEAR In addition to Host Pastor Rev. A. V. Plckern other 't
the former Sandra
( Langston -
world.VETERANS'
was delivered before Mrs. L. W. Porter in P a- Deer harvested on the ) visited her parents pastors throughout the county who will cooperate with!

Christmas Day. This year. atka, Fla., this week. Liberty and Telogia Wildlife Mr. and Mrs. Macio Lang-, the annual event which is for the purpose of planningand :
with increased volume because
expanding during the coming year of the Churchet
Management Areas last ston. Sandra and Mrs.
of the continuing Barbara Jernigan week was greater than the Langston a couple 01 NEWSS training programs throughout the area, Include: Rec.S. .
spent
strength of the economywe the holidays at home A. Coxwell, Crawfordville First Baptist Church,Rev
spent kill for the second week of days fishing; with good re- feterrburg, Fla. I ;j
are hoping to see that and friends. 0; G. Hall, Sopchoppy First Baptist Church Rev. ,
with family hunting a year ago, accord- sults. A fish fry was held M. T. Dixon, of the Fla. E. G. j
fine cooperative spirit a- Miss Jernigan is a studentat Ing to Ronald Wise Third in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dept. of Veterans Affairs, Elrod, Medart Lake Ellen Baptist Church and Rev. "

gain.Postmaster Hendrickson Stetson University, De- District commissioner Macio Langston Saturday stated today that to honor William Church. Flury of the Smith creek Mt. Elon Baptist

land, Fla. Game and Fresh Water night. Attending were Mr. the memory of deceased
offered these mailing tips. Fish Commission and Mrs. Strickland Mr. members of the Armed Rev. Rush is a graduate of Alabama University and
Use ZIP Codes on all York is visit. Southeastern Theological Seminary having served in
Mrs. Sally Thirty-one deer were and Mrs. Howard Brinsonand Services, the Veterans Administration -
mail. 'If there are some ing her "daughter and! the will Issue to Pastorates in Texas and Mississippi before coming as
bagged on Liberty Area, family, and Mr. and
ZIP Codes that you still friends in Indianna.Mr. a mission pastor to Tallahassee 10 He has
as compared to 21 for the Mrs. Lamb of Lakeland the next of kin a presidential years ago.
need for your mailing list same weekend of huntingIn Memorial Certificate. been Evangelism chairman of the association for the last

come to the Post Office and Mrs. Rex Davidson 1965; and 15 were killed Eligibility for receipt oi four years with the Parkway Baptist Church leading
and look them up in our visited in Auburn, Ala. on the Telogia Area as the certificate will be determined the Florida Baptist Association during the year In

ZIP Code directory or give with their son, Mr. Ott1! compared to 9 a year ago. CPA SHORTAGEIN by prima facia Baptisms.
us a call. ZIP Codes are Davidson.Mrs. Elsewhere in the Region FLORIDAThe evidence of the characterof Delegations from all area churches of the association
more Important than ever hunter-pressure and hunt- discharge of the deceased are expected to attend.

this year. E. J. Wetheringtor Ing success was 'average., State government ol veteran which must have CRAWFORDVILIE
Prepare your gift list visited her brother who Is he said. Florida is currently exper- been other than dishonor- CARD OF THANKSIn

right away. The earlier you ill in the hospital Thom- This season totals through iencing an extreme short- able. The citation is mailed PERSONALS

do your shopping,the better asville Ga. We wish him a November 27 on the 10 pub age of qualified personnelto :lirectly to( the person entitled Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Rob- the time of our sorrow
chance you have to get exactly speedy recovery.Mr. lic hunt areas in the Third fill vacancies for Public "by the Veterans Administration inson and children Roger, and grief we are very mind-

what you want while District are: 733 deer, 92 Accounts Auditors, according once the eligible Doris and Clyde Talla- ful of the many deeds of
the stores are still full o andMrs. Frank Rob. turkey, 2710 squirrels 18- to Gerald L. Howell next of kin has been hassee spent Thanksgivingwith kindness and sympathy .

merchandise. That way, Inson spent Thanksgiving,, 42 quail, 309 duck, 250 director of the Florida letermined. Formal appli- Mrs. Robinson's bro. shown us by our friends and
you can mail earlier too. Day with friends in New dove, 333 wild hogs and 5 Merit System of personnel :ations are not necessary. then Mr. and Mrs. Joseph: relatives in the loss of our
Be sure to have enough Port. bear. Administration. Dixon said requests from J. Harvey and family. dear husband and stepfather -

boxes, tape, string and The kill report for the Qualified applicants to i close friend or relative, Roy crowson. We are
wrapping paper on hand. Reban- fill in various grateful to you for the many
Miss Charmalne several management areas positions >r associate will be honord Mrs. Homer Limbaugh
Wrap your packageswell. eau was home for the holi was; Blackwater deer cities throughout Floridaare when no certificate has and sons, Larry and Gary prayers, the beautiful flow-

Include sufficient) days. She is a student ac: 3 turkey, 200 quail, 36 currently being soughtby been issued to the eligiblenext Ken and her mother, Mrs. ers and the food you gave

padding. Remember, tha Chipola Junior college. squirrel and 75 dove; Eg- the Florida Merit Sys- of kin. However,where A. L. Bulger of Lakeland and served. We especiallywish

your parcel may be shippe ling 225 deer, 100 quail, tem, Room 340, Doyle E. death occurred prior to spent Thanksgiving with to express our appreciation
in a mail sack with a sec Mrs. Annie Bryant, sister and 400 squirrel; St. Regis Carlton Building,Tallahassee March 8,1962, the next of friends and relatives ir for the blood donor

of encyclopedia riding or of Mrs. Tom Greene, 55 quail and 11 squirrel; Florida 32304. Duties kin must initiate the request Rochford, Ala. also, Dr. Mabry and the
top. is spending a few days in Apalachee 346 quail, 16 involve the examining and for the Presidential entire nursing staff at Car.
include a card or piece accounting and Mrs. James rabelle, Riley Ambulance
Atlanta, Ga. squirrel, 124 duck, 15 dove recordsitmagndf Certificate.persons Interested -
of paper inside the packagewith and 1 goose; Aucilla 29 financial should contact Lewis and son, Jimmy, oi Service, also, Dr. Carter
your name and address Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mas- deer, 10 turkey, 700 squirrel statements of county offices their local veteran County St. Louis, Mo., were vis- Dr. Johnson and the entire
and that of the person you ters spent the holidays! with 150 duck and 20 hogs; and State agencies, Service Officer. iting Mrs. Lewis' parents, nursing staff at Lisenby
are sending the parcel to incase family and friend in Ala. Liberty 31 deer, 116 institutions, universitiesand Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lord Hospital; our thanks go to
the wrapping should be bama and Missisr.ppi. squirrel, 15 duck, and 4 commissions.At MRS. FLORENCE DIMMOCIMrs. and her brother, Alan. the Rev. Richard Wrightand
loose and come off. That the beginning level, the Rev. Lewis Rogersfor
bear 15 deer 'Florence Dimmock. -
Telogia
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; ,
way, you can be assured We have Just learned of 6 turkey and 6 hogs; Leon- these positions require age 53, Sanford, Florida, Mr. Mrs. B.A. the comforting word
your gift will not wind up the Illness of Mrs. Barrow W skull a 7 deer and 3 bachelor s degrees in accounting died Tuesday after a long Strickland and family spent and prayers. Also th

in the dead parcel office. who Is in the Tallahassee turkey; Point Washington which meets the illness. She was a onetime Thanksgiving here in the Congregational Holiness

Also, insert & list of thee Memorial Hospital. Mrs., 1 deer, 13 turkey, 75 quail, requirements of the Flo- resident of Medart, Florida county at their old home Church for opening their
package's contents. Barow Is the mother of 95 squirrel, 15 duck 10 rida State Board of ACcountancy and moved to Sanfordin place on the Spring Hill doors for the funeral ser-
Address your gifts and for taking the vice at Sopchoppy and to
Maurice and Bobby Bar- dove and 26 hogs; Gaskin 1955. She was a mem- highway.
greetings clearly so that We trust she will soon Certified public Account- Smith Funeral Home. May
row. 11 deer turkey 105 ber of the First presby-
,
quail
workers will have ant's examination, or the and Charles God Bless each of
postal you.
about.
be up and 20 squirrel, 5 duck, and 1:.: terian Church of Sanford. Mrs.
no difficulty in reading thr dove. possession of a certified She is survived by her hus- Moore and family of Craw-

destination. Use flrstclasi The Methodist Ladies Public Accountant's certi- band, Mr. E. D. Dimmock, fordville are moving to Mrs. Roy Crowson
postage on greeting cards. will hold 'their regular ficate. Persons with degrees Jr., son of Mr. E. D. Dim- Quincy, Florida. Mr. Tommy Smith.Just ,
This assures their being monthly meeting at the SENIOR CLASS PLAY SET In accounting,or with mock III, of Sanford, Moore has been the State

forwarded if the recipienthas Church, Tuesday, Decem- FOR FRIDAY NIGHT CPA certificates, plus one mother, Mrs. W. C. Whiteof Highway Trooper here 'Ir
moved. C&rds that arE ber 6, 1966 10:00 A.M. or more years of profes- Medan, Florida; three this area for some time.
undeliverable- will be re. All the ladies of the com- The Crawfordville Senior sional accounting exper- sisters, Mrs. J. C. Carterof We wish them the best ol
turned when you includea munity are invited to attend Class will present its annual ence may be eligible for Medart, Mrs. G. C.Man- luck In their new home.

return address on the the meeting and take part,) play Friday night,December positions requiring more ley of Tampa, Florida,
envelope. The post Office in the activities. 2, in the Craw- complex skills. Salaries Mrs. H. V. Campbell of
Department has issued ? fordville High School Aud- currently range from $500 Carrabelle, Florida Four
special five-cent Christmas itorium at 8:00 p.m. The per month for college graduates brothers M r. Cortez whiteof Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J.
stamp which will hell title of the play is 'A without previous experience Medart, Florida, RobertL. Harvey celebrate theirwedding

decorate your hoiday mail. WOMAN'S CLUB TO MEET Feudln' Over Yonder". The to $725 per month White of Medart, Mr. anniversary today. !
Most important, mail play was written by Le- for persons with several E. L. White of Medan. We send them our congrat I.
early. The crawioravme wo- Roma Greth and publishedby years in professional Funeral services were ulations.

man's Club will hold its Art Craft Play Co., auditing or accounting. held at 10:30 Thursday as you may borrow

regular December meeting Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The morning in the family homein LONG LIFE from a state-regulated con-
OPEN WIDE .. December 6, at 8:00: P.M. idmlsslon prices will be Sanford, with the Rev. sumer finance company a
This will be the Christmas 11.00 for adults and $.50 Virgil Bryant officiating.Her Based on the latest available child can learn about credit
The country with the most members will for children. with the high. data the highest
progra. The The country remains will be ship- recorded by borrowing a small amount
dentists is the United States exchange gifts. _. The Senior Class Invite est average ages for marriageis ped to Waycross, Georgiafor expectation of life at from his parents for some
where 105,252 were registeredin everyone to come out and Ireland with 31.4 years for burial. Brisson Fun- birth is in Sweden, with 71.56 thing special, then paying

1962. see this Hillbilly Comedy. males and 26.5 years for eral Home of Sanford was years for males and 73.35 back weekly out of his allowance -

females .In charge of arrangements. 'ears! for females, in 1961. .


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;MRS. EVELYN NUNNARY
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\ COUNTY.NEWS In the Circuit Coat of the Second LEGAL NOTICES HOME' ECONOMICS NOTESBy DR. CARR REELECTED THE FARM FRONTBY

THURSDAY. DECEMBER 1,' 1988 Fo! Wattilla Judicial ouy Circuit, Florida., In and Mary E. Bevis, Extension PRESIDENT Qf BOY Mrs. EvelynM.Nunnary, Doyle\ ConnorSouthernfried

-. -. In Chancery No. 1402. In the Circuit: Court of the Second Home Economics SCOUT COUNcil age 70, of Funeral Lanark died services last chicken
Judicial Circuit and Agent. Saturday. has long been a favorite
MODERN HOMES CONSTRUCTION In 4:00
held Tuesday at
COMPANY, a Florida For, Wakulla County, Florida. PLENTIFUL FOODS were dish with those who visit
Dr. James F. Carr Jr. P.M. at the Sacred Heart
In Chancery. No. our state as well as
WAKUUA corporation, with
Plaintiff: Equitable Credit and Discount The December plentiful was reelected President of Catholic Church. Father those of us who reside here.
v. foods are broiler-fryers the Suwannee River Area Cunningham officiated and This Is well
a
NEWSMepfconeWAUmtMWl Company, a Philadelphia corporation proven fact
COUNTY raisins winter Council, Boy Scouts of America burial followed In Ever-
ALLEN D. BISHOP and LILLIAN authorized to business grapes, since Florida consumes
V. BISHOP, hU wife, within the State Of Florida. pears, pork and canned sal- at their Annual green Cemetery, Carra- more chicken than any

Defendants.: Plaintiff, mon. Broiler-fryers are Business Meeting Tuesday belle. other state in the nation.
vs. the featured Item on the night, November 22, 1966. R.L. Riley Funeral Homeof This was again
NOTICE OF MORTCACE Winston L. Stewart and Betty C. plentiful food list. Other Officers elected to carrabelle was in charge to my attention very brought vivid-\


Notice It hereby given that the Defendants. fryers look for the official Ney C. Landrum, Council Nunnary servedas the Division inspection's

undersigned, Moody Pearce NOTICE OF SUIT mark of quality In the Commissioner; Vice Presidents Treasurer of the American report for the biennium

Cleric of the Circuit Court oiWaWUa IN THE NAME OF THE STATE form of this shield. : Sydney D. Andrews, Legion Auxiliary and which ended June 30, 1966.

J. D. HARVEY . . .EDITOR County Florida, willon OF FLORIDA Tallahassee, William M. members held Auxiliary The total per capita con-
the 28th day of November Luckie, Thomasville and services for her at 10:00
TOt Winston Stewart and Bet sumption of poultry in
1966,. at 11:30 o'clock A.M. "Jim Ed" Gilbert in the R.L. the
CrtwfordvllU, Ftoridi, ty C. Stewart, his wifere- James E. A.M. Tuesday United States for that
Enter*) at at the front: door of the Waftulla two-
econd clue matter. Subicrip- County Courthouse at Craw- siding in Thomas County, Quincy; Burwell C. Harrison Riley Funeral Chapel. year period is 40.8 pounds
as
'Jon rate: $3 00 per year fc'dviUe": Florida offer for sale] Georgia, at Route 3, Box Treasurer. The meet She was a native of Vir- while we in this state con-
and sell at public outcry to the 252, Thomasville,Georgia. ing was held In the new ginia and had lived In sumed 47.2 pounds per cap

highest bidder for cash, the following YOU are hereby notified that a John S. Phipps MemorialBoy Franklin County for the ita. We have led the nation
described property situate complaint to foreclose a mort- Scout Service Centeron past 7 years and was retired for several years now.

If 'Pou Need In WaKuUa County, Florida, gage executed by you to Equit- East Pensacola StreetIn from the U.S.Depart- With this well above the
able Credit and
to-wit Discount Company Tallahassee Florida. ment of Agriculture.
Office Supplies All that certain parcel of a Philadelphia corporation Mr. Payne H. Midyette Mrs. Nunnary Is survived average consumption of
land situate lying and beingIn authorized to do business within Sr., who served as Chair- by a son, Charles W. poultry, one might concludethat
Office Furniture.
the State of Florida the fol- Florida Is the
the of WaKulla on among
County man of the Building Com- D.C.
Green of Washington,
Machines
Business State of Florida, more particularly lowing described property, to- mittee and as Chairman of pallbearers were Sidney top poultry producing
Bee or Call described as follows: wit: welcomed the states in America. Unfortunately -
COMMENCE at the Southwest Lots 31 and 32 in Block "'F'' the Trustees Walls John Brodie, James this Is not the caseat
RANEY WHALEYat coiner of the Northwest of A gua De Vida Subdivision, of Board to its first meetingin Carney, Charles Federson, all, but the picture for
is assurance
Quarter (NW-l/4)of) Section as shown by plat thereof of It your wholesome the new Headquarters Ernest Benzing and Mich- the most part is
and getting
CAPITAL OFFICE 9., Township 3 South Range record on page 12 of Plat nutritious Building. The building, ael McHenry. brighter.
EQUIPMENT CO. 1 East and thence run Easta Book No. 1 of the Public Records poultry complete with furnishingsand
distance of 1,186.43 feet of Wakulla County, Whole fryers are usuallya equipment, was givento Florida Jumped from 35th
JEFFTRSCN to the Point of Beginning. Florida, better buy than chicken the Boy Scouts by JohnH. place in 1950 to 12th place
MRS. EVA MAY HENKE
J02 E. of has been filed and be ,last year In non-broiler
From said Point: Beginning against you pieces. Raw fryers can 'Ben' Phipps and Mich-
223 s. misTALLAHASSEE : thence run North a distanceoftwohundredten(2lOfeet you are required to file your answer stored In the refrigeratorfor ael Phipps in memory of production. We were 37th

; 'FLORIDA ( ) ; or other pleading to the only 1 or 2 days. Before their Father, John S. Graveside services were in turkey production in 19-
thence East hundred complaint with the Clerk of the held at 2 p.m. Friday for
two ten placing raw fryers In Phipps. Mr. Midyette indicated 59 and 35th last year.
((210)) feet; thence South two above entitled Court, and servea the refrigerator, remove that an Open House Mrs. Eva May Henke 45- Ranked 39th in egg production -
hundred ten (2/10)( ) feet; and copy thereof on the plaintiff's year-old local resident whc in' 1950
the film is we movedup
thence West a distance of twc attorneys, Ervin, Pennington, transparent wrap- and Dedication Program died in a Perry hospital 14th
HENRY WILLIAMS hundred ten ((210)) feet back Vam G Jacobs, 305 South Cads- ping and any cardboard being planned and will be Monday following an extended to place by the end
tothe Point of Beginning;being den Street, Tallahassee, Flori- trays and giblets. Wrap announced In the near illness. of 1965. Our weak point was

REALTYReg. and containing one ((1)) da, not later than December 9, the giblets and the fryer future. The final rites took In broiler production. We
place
1966, and that if fail do separately In loose were 19th in 1950 but drop
acre more: or less and lying! you to any The following men were at the CrawfordvillE\Ceme-
in Section 9, Township 3 so a decree pro confesso will be wrapping material. Regardless elected to serve on the Executive ped to 21st place last year.
Real Estate BrokerSt. South Range 1 East of Wa- entered against you for the relief of the type of Board: From Tal- tery with Father Lawrence There appears to be a

kulla County, florida. demanded in the complaint. wrapping. It must be loose lahassee: B. CheeverLew- Cunningham of the Blessed good possibility that Florida -
Marks fla.
This is the same property This notice shall be published enought to allow for cir- 1s, Edwin M. Clark, RalphM. Sacrament Catholic Church will move up one rank
Phone 741 conveyed to the Mortgagor once each week for four consecutive culation of the cold air in Durr Robert R. Altice, officiating.. Brutal followed In broilers and in non-
herein Deed ofRobert weeks in the Wakulla under the direction of Mc-
by Warranty the To store broilers by the end of
refrigerator. Walter A. DeM1lly,M.Mitchell this
Oliverand Willodene County News, a newspaper in Clendon Funeral Home.
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES Oliver dated January 6, Wakulla County, Florida. fryers for a longer period Ferguson, Frank H. A native of year, according to Dr.
Georgia Mrs.
1965, and recorded in Official DONE AND ORDERED at Craw"fordville than 2 days freeze at 0 degrees Stoutamire, Payne H. Mid Henke had resided In,Leon Ralph A. Eastwood, mar-

Associate Records. Book Pages Florida, this 7th day F. or lower in a home yette Jr., Dr. Laurence and Wakulla counties keting specialist with the

I. IN. Hatcher Sr. 42 and 43, in the Office of of November 1966. freezer. Uncooked fryers Campbell, Dr. C. K. Wall, other life She most University of Florida's Agricultural
Phone IA 6-3Z01 the Clerk of Circuit Court of (SEAL) maintain a better flavor F. Perry Odom WilliamC. of the Catholic was a member Extension Serv

WaKulla County, Florida. Moody Pearce and texture longer in a Smith and C. Graham Church. ice.
Hereinabove described property Clerk of Circuit Court freezer than do cooked Carothers; Joe P. Burns She is survived by three

ATKINSONELECTRIC to be Known as that certain Wakulla County, Florida fryers. Robbins Woodell Jakt! sons,Murril andGlen Wills A recent article, in the
parcel land iponwhich Bvt'/Beatrice Dugger Broiler-fryers can be Bassett and Robert Childs, Pelham Ga.; her parents Wall Street Journal disclosed -

SERVICE Modern Homes Construction: Deputy C erk4tc1110 cooked in a variety of ways all of Perry; Howard Wood- Mr. and'Mrs. W. D. Joiner that 25 percent of

Company erected a shell- : 1724121. barbecued, broiled baked, ward and Francis McCallof Wakulla Springs Road; and General Foods Corp.'ssales
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTINGALL type frame house for the two sisters, Mrs. Marie
oven-fried pan-fried and currently
Quincy; Davis D. Smithof comes
Mortgagor herein. The Mortgagor -
herein warrants that deep-fat fried. They can Havana; J. C. Glssen- Benton, Kissimmee and ,. from products unknown a

TYPES APPLIANCES REPAIRED this is the first and only encumbrance also be braised or stewed. daner of Chattahoochee; E. Mrs. Mary Cobanlss Pal- decade ago and most of

F ELECTRICAL WIRING AND REPAIRS on this property PUT o* run TINS won Broiler fryers, when E. 'Red' Slzemore of Apalachicola metta. these have been developedsince
pmsuant to final decree of foreclosure : NM LOSES INCOMI braised I1r. stewed take ; D.Waldo Brownof 1960.General .
t LICENSED ELECTRICIo.jt
entered November 7, WI IICUII ACCOUNTS less cooking time than ma- Eastpoint; Pat Cantey Mills Inc.placed
W. ATKINSON 1966, In the above styled case Rilliblf, In nun thii or woman orao to wantaddaolars irks II ture poultry, but the broth and Bernard Wilson of l6meft 19 new products on the

t CRAWFORDVILLE.' FLA pending in said Court. ALKASflTZtR,out, for the. ANACIN WORLD IUFFEKIN FAMOUS will not be as rich and? Madison; From Georgia; market last year. This

I PHONE 962-3391 Day or Night; Moody Pearce AND IAVEK ASPIRINS. told through flavorful. J. 0. Smith, James E. r ar- 1M compared with 11 in 1965
t Cleric of Circuit Court our In handy Nest pill modern.bout,vending for which machine this Stretch your food dollarsby tee, Melvin Nussbaum, : and 4 In 1960. The article-
Waffulla County Florida company will lout.. location. serving broiler-fryers Tommy wheeler and Mayo also pointed out that within

Byi HI Beatrice D= r Ooolarahlpt'ippomttd now upon btlng our onoptanco.ntabltahadond this month. Remember the Livingston, all of Bainbridge !? the past two years the H.J.:

TERRY HARRIS 4t-11/17.x,12/Ls& .Will not Inltrftro, colltct with your and priwntmploymont nflllmochlnat. many ways broiler-fryers, ; Dan WL, Reddt Dr. Heinz Co. has marketed

I financial. Our company oiilitonco will to tittndtorn qua! can be cooked. Frank Little and Dr.Vance Jm .more than 20 new items

Hoope firing t> Iliad pert,., BUT MUST HAVf Watt, of Thomasville Alvin and has 30 more underdevelopment
BUY $M SOO to *2,510,00 cash avail
Appliance, RepairAfgojlectrlc WOULD LIKE TO chic Immtdiattly' for Invtnlory and B. Wight of Cairo; andDal- .
from 40 to 100 acres of agripmnt Invntmant tacurad las F. Wurst of Donalson- "Sticking your nose into Buyers for Grand Union

,,aiiiets" land In Wakulla County at Mult ,hlvo could car not, I to span IS 000 houriwotkly 00 ADVERTISINGPAYS rille. other peoples' business is the Stores were offered 4,160
up
a reasonable price. Phoneor par. yaw In your .,... lima, bo surest way of coming face to new items last year by pro-

J Route 1, Box 3f write Robert Lee Waff, should able to dart Hart Immtdlitily it onto,., moon lining face with trouble." ducers and processors, according -
P. 0. Box 1636 Tallahassee a patlanca not nacmiary If fullyqualified
Sopchoppy: Floridt for tint, and (investment I to the Wall Street
'ThoneJMKKSli"LOSE Florida, telephone no. WElT giving Namo, Address ana; Journal. The paper said
I _. 877-2167. Phone numbar with, 1 for company local ponontlIntarviaw Rtpro- TRY IT ti T OMPSoNH1J the stores rejected more

WANTEDMALEOR wntatlvtNUMCHItM. than 80 percent of the i-
WEIGHT[ safely with HELP VINDORS CORP
Tablets. Only. FEMALE: Would liketo are Natural IrMooPloo % tems, but the 721 accepted -
Dex-A-Diet
I hear from dependable Uwo M, .... more than offset the
pharmacy.:
.2MJt.Jy'aculla i
person with car regarding r w Mini > number of products drop-
Pp
ped by the retail outlets.As .
opportunity to supply con-
FOR RENT Unfurnished
FOR SALE Must seU my' sumers with Rawleigh Pro- FOR RENT: Furnished 2- : &UZCUSTWOF\ the shelf space becomes -
duplex in Craw- p
beedroom home about apartment
ome, have lowered my ducts In Liberty County or mile of 1/4 fordvllle. Modern. 2 BR OfmoAftti** W critical a number ,
rice $1000. Call Mrs. east Crawfordvllle. of food find it
Franklin County. For Information stores may
Bobby Russ at WA6-5141 write RawleighFLJ220.518 veils Contact W02-2211 Mrs.Margaret Re- Kit water, Equip Included.Electricity$75. Phone and Wiry WOLLy !* rW A necessary to drop most of
Sopchoppy. -
after six. I the hardware and
Memphis sundry
Miss Warren Tallahassee ,
Tenn. 4tc-ll/10,17.24.12/l. 224-6108 day 224-4806 evening COMES PROM THE v Uda' other non-food Items, even

5t-10/20ll/3,17,12/l,8. ANCIENT ROMANS ? though they carry a larger
.. .
-- -- WUO WADE LAVISH margin of profit. The cus-
Tallahassee Business Firms tomer's demand for new
USE OP f
IT
TO |
be
food products is said to
SHORT AND HONOR SATURN, [ ; generally high especiallyIf

DIRECTORY'1ADYERTI SWEET THEIR GOD OPAGRICULTURE. major advertising campaigns -

/ are used and more
'
<>J/ < ,/ rl I 'conveniences are built in.

1.t Si

: PA ST' ERS t( : The United States Department -
h of Agriculture

-. began its annual agricul-
( Turkey has been a iJher FLOWEAYG/atCUND
F R M tural information survey
Ished product of the Americana IN MANY WOMEN'S the latter part of Novem-

!iJ O. I. GRAMLING for centuries Long be- CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS 1 IS ber and will continue it
I FEEDS.Flint .r fore the white man landed on 5WULTON3 DESERT FLOWED through the first week of

& CO. the shores of the New World A POPULAR SCENT,AVAILABLE December

turkey was an important year IIIli IN PERFUME, COLOGNE Before the survey has ''
River Mills Ono-Stop Service for
I, .* .... round food source for all Indian OR AN AEROSOL SPRAY. been complete, more than
2015 .. Monroe 877.1155 FeedSeedFertilizePoultry tribes. .The bird was huntedby half-a-milllon farmers

'P-,g-M Ranch *: Garden Center I Supplies Indian children, who got F 1 1rL will be requested to supply

826 W. Gaines 224.7197BakerAlford Garden ToolsSo their prey by the simple us data about livestock, poultry

.... of a dart blown through a hoi and crops, fun
Adams at S.A.LR.R.Croeaisg eggs
I low cane ..Turkey feathers :?Nf 6WRISTMIS labor and wages, and land
I' Co. of brilliant hue were used, as SPRANG oSP I In farms. The information
I Light WtigKt and Regular
Tht PA ti 'House"Anything Canertt Block, Phone ,222-11Y well, for ceremonial dress. FROM hE FR;TEN GROUND gained from farm visits

: for your auto, trod The Aztec, Mayan and, Inca ACCORDING TO A FRENCH and mailed questionnaires
or tractor. Also for your power Hanson, Wood and Indians of Mexico also con. LEGEND, SO A LITTLE will be analyzed by the US-

lawnmower,,*nd much for your IIoel Ind.,Inc. sidered turkey an important GIRL WOULD HAVE A DA's Crop Reporting Boardin
boat. S. Adams St. at 4.Point GIFT
food FORTIIE CilZIST C.
Ph. 222.8380 D.
208 Adams St. i CRLD Washington
.\ j jr 'l"el. 222-6840 P. O. Box 661 Composite information
'
m all aspects of the survey,

I 1 1I with special emphasis on
will be publish
1I M.'CLENDON livestock
... Yaeger, tnc:1 Little Folks Store, aMAS r I FUNERAL; ed on a state and national

Inc. basis for use by farmers
I
"The Capital's H'O I M. Eo. and agribusinessmen. The
Majon for Minor 0 0 rot I slgnUicance
added
lnnrane. 04 Bondt I I' CAild,.Genus", ', FrUurt, Hobbies, Toys, \ H HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE survey takes this on year becauseof

214 8...it.pli-8t. Tel. 222-4680 : Baby Aeemortn the reductions in the
L" 183 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 pHONE year-end carryovers w
355-IJ6I
TQllahastee food stocks and rising food
;
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r.THURSDAYDECEMBER1_ :._1966 EMPHYSEMA FASTEST I I

RISING CAUSE OF DEATHEmphysemabronchitis Choose Carols and Color for Christmas Charm .
THE BUREAUCRATIC MAZE
H
is the fastest-rising causeof CPEeiA1S
death In Florida and the 4y' i
I United States, the State
Board of Health says.In -SPECIALS FRI., SAT, !
r r the last decade, the
I death rate for it has increased I I!II
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three-fold across I

the the country increase while has in Florida been- FRESH GRADE A FRYERS. LB . . 29* :.

sjb AM I 3.5. largely the result of the T-BONE . .'. . . LB '. . 79* f
large influx of people in the ; J.
PAYING older age groups. CRACKLINGS. . . . .LB: : : : : : : : .29*
The board said mortality .
FOR Ali TOMATOES. . 2-2 CANS. 33*
figures do not tell the whole .' . .

THIS? for story every, however death,attributedto because CANE SYRUP . . i GAL . . 89*

0 emphysema primary emphysema secondary and to GIANT TREND . . . . .. . 1t9t' ,

0 o r least bronchitis two,more there deaths are In at BAG APPLES. . .'. . 4 LBS . .59*

which it is listed as a con-
tributing factor. It is esti- .
mated that not less than 10 !
per cent of middle-aged and
elderly Americans are ......-t.
WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF SHOTGUN .
probably affected. In fact, A theme chosen from the I restfulness and contentment.
emphysema Is second onlyto words of a favorite carol and Bright, warm colors like red SHELLS
heart diseases as a dis- expressed through the creative and orange suggest warmth,
'
abler of man use of color is a now idea gaiety and joy. Green is as- WE SELL \
The report showed that for Yuletide decorations sociated with hope and life .'--UISI MONEY ORDERSSHOP
chronic respiratory diseases "Joy to the world! the Lordis everlasting. White means purity -
are most prevalentand come ." peace, faith and joy.
rising faster among "Hark! the herald angels Silver symbolizes birth and
white males and the lowest .
at sing, Glory to the newborn the spirit. .. while gold stands:
level, adding among'the white exact females King; I'euoe "on earth and for royalty and power. LOCAL ILv AND SAVE
mild. After decide
mercy you on a general -
diseasesare
of these
causes
being Intensively In "Silent night! Holy night! color scheme, try to keep PIG 0 T T/ S STOREMEDART
WHERE HAS MY TAX DOLLAR GONE? vestigated. The underlying All is ruin, all is bright. ." hues simple; limit yourself) to
These are just a few of the three.
"Programs! Programs! You cant tell the players ference reason for also sex is and being age studied dif best-known carols from which The tree,for example,could I ._ ItJ
without an official program." ." you can choose a mood for I set the stage for a theme of

This familiar chant is known to the millions of The very young child is your decorating theme The peace and spiritual content
only slightly affected whole family can have fun I ment. After spraying it with
fans throughout the nation. It has also become .
sports
(mainly by bronchitis with- with the project suggesting! J Waterspar silver enamel, try
a familiar refrain to the federal officials who out mention of emphysema), their favorite carols and applying tipping the ends of the
dispense your tax dollars.A the report said; then the the chosen theme with branches with blue. You can
death rate drops fartherfor the push button ease of spray vary the Usual tinsel and
Budget Bureau spokesman says there are tOo the older child and enamel paints. I bulbs by painting and gilding
grant programs-400 ways to tap the federal till. young adult. The rate rises Carefully plan the effect walnuts to hang on the boughs.An r
And this spending has become so complex that it sharply with Increased age you want before you begin. effective treatment for ;
is impossible to determine just how much of a hand. beginning at 45. There'll! a definite language of wreaths is to spray them in '1 1here) a
In past years many casesof colors; they prvxluce certain metallic silver or gold.
out a particular community receives at the federalor J
emphysema were diag- thoughts and feelings.Accord With these and other decorations GOlDEN
state level, because an increasing number of nosed as heart failure or ing to color experts at Pittsburgh you create, the result
grants go direct to communities or private organi asthma, the report said. Plate Glass, there's a can be a harmonious and imaginative OPPORTUNITy at AaIuI
zations bypassing the state. Another contributing factor reason for our seasonal perferences treatment that will r
"to the alarming rise in for certain shades.! bring you singing praise and LEON fEDERAL r
One program doesn't do. To get the line-up of death may be the increas- Light, cool 'olors-blue in give new meaning to family
federal handouts the Department of Health, Education ing air pollution of indust- particular-express a mood of holiday pleasure.
and Welfare publishes a 527-page hand. rialized society and cigar-
Medical
book; the Library of Congress issues a catalog of ette science smoking.has found no cure
federal aids; the Office of Economic Opportunity, for emphysema but if It is DANE WITH DOUGHThe

a 411-page summary; the Bureau of the Budget, a diagnosed early enough it world's highest paid TV performer has been Danish LEON FEDERAL SAVINGS
Mayor's handbook; and the Advisory Commissionon can often be arrested. entertainer Victor Borge. He received $175XX( ) for a 60- AND LOAN ASSN.
There has been consider- minute telecast. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA
Intergovernmental Relations publishes an index
able advance In easing the
known as the "catalog of catalogs.' narlent's discomfort.

In the ballgame of politics-your taxes are the T __...44..JH
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price of admission, but the bureaucratic overlapping
of makes it impossible
domestic programs
.
for you to know the correct score.

Your only defense is to join the cheering,section Order Now !
on the side of lower federal spending, and have your

Congressional team throw skyrocketing inflationfor

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loss.
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Man In FlightTwo .

new "personal" rocket flight devices-enabling a man
to leap aloft and swoop through the air In maneuverable flight
-have been successfully tried out in 60 test flights in the
United States.
One is a "Flying Chair" which permits the operator to sit
comfortably while steering himself. The other is a standup
version, nicknamed "Pogo Stick," which allows the operatorto
step aboard and fly away in a standing position.
Both permit the operator to hover above any spot on earth ce
for up to 15 minutes or to fly distances up to 12 miles. Both
have civilian and military uses. For military purposes, a third
device, a "jet flying belt," is now also under development. It
will be strapped on somewhat like a corset and will propel the
wearer at speeds up to 60 miles an hour.
All of these versions are outgrowths of the famed "rocket
belt" developed in the United States in 1961 and since proved
reliable and workable in more than 2,500 test and demonstration -
flights in many parts of the world.
During flights on earth, the devices burn about 10 gallons
((38 liters) of kerosene in their tiny gas turbine fanjet. engines.The .
old rocket belt used hydrogen peroxide. The devices were
built and are being developed by the Bell Aerosystems Com
pany of Niagara Falls, New York, which also developed the
rocket belt.



i New Nova Scotia IndustrySix

manufacturing firms from five countries are moving
toward completion of new production facilities in Nova Scotia.
Two are from the United States; one from Canada, and the NO
remaining three are Jrom: India, Japan and Sweden, W. S. K. TRESPASSING
Jones, Minister of Trade and Industry for Nova Scotia, told
200 New York corporation executives at a recent luncheon at .
the University Club, New York. ,
The two new U. S. operations are Litton Industries and
Union Carbide. A Japanese automobile assembly plant, an
Indian hardboard plant and the Swedish A. B. Volvo complete OR
the foreign units, while the Canadian investment communityis HUNTING ,
providing the world's first commercial heavy water plant. .

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THURSDAY DECEMBER 1. 1966 COME AND WORSHIP AT THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICEFIRST
__ .:. .. ... .. SOPCHOPPY METHODIST

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CHURCH"OIR6CTORY.Prepared BAPTIST CHURCH LAKE ELLEN OTTER CREEK RIVER SINK. SOPCHOPPY. CHURCH

Rev. S. A. Coxwell, Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH HOLINESS CHURCH CONGREGATIONAL Rev. Jesse I.. Baker, Pastor

by Sunday School 10:00 AM Rev. P.a. Elr Rev. Jess [Mspr Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM GOD CHURCH Morning Worship 9:30 AM \
Rev. Rochester Pastor 10:30 AM
Training Union 7:00 Rev. Pastor Roy Sunday School
PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Gary Cotney,
Crawfordvllle Methodist Church Evening Worship 8:00 PM Training Union 6:30 PM PANACEA Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM 2nd C 4th Sunday 10:00 AM
School
Woman' Missionary Evening Worship 7:30 PM' Morning Worship 11:00 AMChrist's Morning Worship 11:00AM Sunday 11:00 AM
Union 1st Monday Midweek Prayer BETHEL PRIMITIVE Ambassadors Young People's Morning Worship PM
7:30
ARRAN Woman's Missionary Service Wed. 7i30 PM BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday 6:30 PM Service 6:00 PM Evening Worship

Society 3rd Friday Men's Brotherhood Rev. Cortez White, Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 PM Evening Worship 7:45. PM Midweek Service Prayer Tues.) 7i30 PM
TOWER Men's let 7:30 PM Midweek Midweek Prayer (
PENTECOSTAL Brotherhood Thursday Sunday School Prayer 7:45 PM Methodist Youth Fellowship
HOLINESS CHURCHRev. 3rd Tuesday 7:30 PM 'WMS- Every Sunday 10:00 AM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Woman's Service Auxiliary(Tues.) Wed. Every Sun. Evening 6:30: PM
2nd PM
Noah Council, Pastor The following held at 3:15 PM Thursday. 7:30 2nd Weekend: Woman's Society of
CongregationalHoliness
Royal Ambassadors Choir Practice, ,8\15 PM Sat. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM West Florida Christian Service -
Sunday School 10:00: AM HiOO AM SPRING CREEK Campground '
Sun. Mom. Worship
3:15 PMMen's
Every Monday C Tuesday 2nd Tuesday
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Girls Sun. Eve. Worship! 7:30 PM June 8 22, 1966SOPCHOPPY
Auxiliary Brotherhood -
Young People's Service 6:00 PM MEDART
4th Weekend: SHADY SEA BAPTIST CHURCH 7:30 PMChildren's
Every Tuesday C Wednesday 4th Thursday
Evening Worship 7:00 PM 7:30 PM
Midweek Sunbeams FRIENDSIIIP PRIMITIVE Sat. Eve. Worship Rev. Earl Pearce, Pastor CHURCHOF Hour -
7:30 PM
Prayer
Service (Wed.) Every Monday C Tuesday BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sun.Sun. Morn.Eve. Worship Worship 11:00 7i30 AM PM Sunday School 10OOAM CHRIST 1st C 3rd! Tuesday '3:15 PM

Emmett Whaley, Pastor Prayer Service (Fri.) 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Floyd McCullough, Minister
7:30 PM
Evening Worship Bible Study 10:00 AM
CRMFORDVILLE I CURTIS "MILLS 2nd Sunday Midweek Prayer Morning Worship 11:00 AM SMITH CREEK
Evening Worship 7:30 PM CONGREGATIONAL Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Evening Worship 7:30 PM
BEULAH PRIMITIVE 4th Weekend: 7:30 PM MT. ELON BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
CURTIS MILLS COMMUNITY HOLINESS CHURCH Bible Study(Wed.)
BAPTIST CHURCHRev. CHURCH (Holiness) Sat. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM William Flury, Pastor
a Sat. EveningWorship 7:30 PM Rev. Steve Hanell, Pastor SPRING CREEK PRIMITIVE
Emmett Whalcy, Pastor Herbert Thompson, Teacher Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunday School 10:00AM BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 11:00 9:50 AM AM

.In Sundays Sunday School 10:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00AM fov. W. W. McAllister, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Training Worship Union 6:00 PM
Sunday School 10:00 AM Evening Worship 7:00 PM Evening Worship 7:30 PM Young People's 'Sunday School 10:00 AM Rev. O. G. Hall, Pastor Evening Worship 7:00 PM
Morning Worship 11:00AM Prayer Service Midweek Prayer Service Sunday 6:15 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AMMorning Woman's Missionary Union-
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Wednesday C Friday 7:30 PM Service Tuesday 7:30 PM Evangelistic Service Evening Worship 7:30 PM Worship. 11:00 AM 1st Monday after
3rd Weekend: Ladies Prayer Sunday 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer Training Union 7:00 PM 1st Sunday 9:00 AM
10:00 AM .
Sat. Mom. Worship 11OOAM: Service-Wednesday Midweek Prayer Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Evening Worship 8:00 PM
Sunday School 10.00 AM I IVAN Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM ''Midweek Prayer
Morning Worship 11OOAM MEDART ASSEMBLYOF Service (Wed.) 8:00 PM WAKULLA'WATOJLLA
Evening Worship 7:30: PM GOD CHURCHRev. ST. MARKS. oman'. Missionary Society
IVAN ASSEMBLY OF
METHODIST
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. PM
Other Wed. 3:00
(Every )
GOD CHURCH E. M. Carter, Pastor
A. V. Pickcrn, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHReV. Sunbeams CHURCHRev.
CRAWFORDVILLE METHODIST Rev. Henry Cooksey, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 11:00 AM AM Sunday School 10:00 AM Fred Harrison Pastor 2nd C 4tt Tuesday 3:15 PM Roger Stimson, Pastor

CHURCH Sunday School 10:00 Alv Morning Worship Worship 7:30: PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM Mrs..Lyon Crosby, Church and
Rev. Jesse L. Baker, Pastor Morning Worship 11:00 AV Evening Midweek Training Union 6:00 PM 'Morning Worship 11:00 AM Community Worker for Wakulla
Evening Worship. Prayer MT. SEASON PRIMITIVE .
Evening Worship 7:00 PM .
7:30 PMChrist's Union 6:30 PM County.
1st L 1 3rd Sunday: Winter 7:00 PM Service Wed. Training BAPTIST CHURCHRev. AM
9:30
Midweek Prayer School :
EveningVorship 7:30 PM Sunday
10:00 Ambassadors
AM
Sunday Morning School Worship 11:00 AMbening Midweek Summer Prayer 7:30 PM Saturday 7:30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PMWoman's Midweek Prayer Cortex White, Pastor Morning Worship 10:00: AM
Missionary Union ; Service Wed. 7:30: PM 1st Weekend:
7i30 PM ( ) ,
Worship Service .
(Wed.) 7:30 PM Thurs. after 1st Sun. 10:00AM Sat. Mom. Wor. 11:00 AM
2nd f. 4th Sunday; OTTER CREEK Boy Scouts (Fri.) 6:00 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM ZION HILLMETHODIST

Morning Sunday School Worship .9.30 10:30 AM AM WinDOW PRIMITIVE ST. MARKS METHODIST Morning Worship j lU'OOAM CHURCHRev.

BAPTIST CHURCHRev. NEW HOME PRIMITIVE CHURCH 3rd_Sund : W. L. Prater, Pastor
Midweek RIVERSIDE BAPTIST MISSIONRev.
Prayer BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10:00 AM
Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Emmett Whaley, Pastor George Dickey, Pastor (Inactive) .Morning Worship 11:00 AM 2nd S 4th Sundays:
W. W. McAllister, Pastor
Rev. 9:30 AM
Methodist Youth Fellowship 2nd Weekend: Sunday School 10:00: AM .. Morning Worship
Every Sunday Evening 6:30 PM Sat. Evening Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 9:45 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM :
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Woman's Society of Christian Sun. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM Every Sunday Training Union 7:00 PM I .IT .:
1st Sunday:
Service-3rd Tucs. 3:30 PM Worship 11:00 AM Evening Worship 8:00: PM
Men's Club 3rd Tucs. 7:30 PM Morning Midweek Prayer The
3rd! Sunday CRAWFORDVILLE SENIOR CLASS PresentsA
Wesleyan Service Guild Worship 7:30 PM Service 7:30 PM
4th Thursday 8:00 PM Evening
FEUDJN' OVER YONDER-

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At the Crawfordvllle High School AuditoriumThe
SAFETY INFORMATIONFrom


\01 R REST: IRItM 1101 ID" T TELL VOL.' . Thanksgiving tc Play will start at 8:00: P.M.
New Year's is the disaster -
BIT HE MIL! M,It! .ADVERTISING PAYS. 19 + season*warns the Institute The Admission Prices will be: Adults -- $1.00Children
for Safer Living $ .50
TilE "'kll.l.fill( "In" :NF" \\S The weight of a man's Last year during that holiday .

years Invariably settles period the greatest YA'LL COME 1111!
around his belt line." number of accidents oc-

curred.

Reasons why injuries resulting -

ARE YOU BEING TORN APART from during accidents the waning Increased -

weeks of last year were:
(1)) Increased physical act-
ivity and fatigue due to

BY TOGETHERNESS? shopping, house cleaning,
decorating and special par-
ties; ((2)) More people driveon
often-times congested

Quick! Take advantage of these Second Car Specials weather roads, some or after during having bad a

few drinks; ((3) There was

the usual carefree spirit
which caused potential accident -
victims to let their

rr AT ALFORD"CHEVYUND" guard down.
: Some suggestions on how
to avoid being an accident
statistic are offered by the
Institute for Safer Livingof

the American Mutual

i Liability Insurance Com-

pany.
I, Get an early start with
your shopping, whether it
be for special goodies at

the local supermarket for JOIN OUR
the Thanksgiving dinner,or

Lot 2-1414 'S. Monroe for Christmas gifts. Shop
f with more leisure and less
Phone 222.5656 rush.

1965 1 Chevelle. $1895Vi Give your house a thor- \ "
Lot 1 1-2323 Monroe Heater 1.Dr.Power hardtop.tteertng: Radio ** ough safety inspection. Tryto \ CHRISTMASSAVINGS
Phone 385-2181 bnkt: apead. eliminate all possible

1962 Corvair $695 1964 Ford . $1395 sources of trouble such as .
Mont 4 Dr. Sedan Radio V-. 4Dr.. g pnaenfer station accumulations of rubbish sl
r Htilrr.Sp d TnnsmlMion, wagon, radio, heater, standard loose '
nails
Luggage Rack. ALFORD'SH ahUt. protruding
1960 Chevrolet $595Bfl 1964 Pontiac. $1795 steps, and defective furni
Air. V... Radio. Heater, C 1 Door hardtop, Radio Heater
Automatic TranimlMlon. 4 Door. Automatic tranimlsalon ture.Plan
i 1966 Chevrolet. $2195 H 1962 Chevrolet. $895 Christmas your Thanksgivingand decorations
Automatic TranamUilon. g cylin E Station Wagon I cylinder 4DRpanenger \
der. Radio Heater I.ow C Standard Ihitt.I carefully. Choose fireproof '
1961 Chevrolet. MIIPl1e'5 V 1961 Chevrolet. $695 ornaments for use inside CLUB 67TODAY

A Pa.l..nller Station Wagon. 4 Y t crlInder., 1 door !Sedan, radio the home. Have a safe step ,
Door, v.a. Factory Air Condition. standard ihllt. Areal ,
I' sound condition
ladder in
Radio, Hiaur. AutomaticTranimlMlon L sharp car. '
r I Power Braku and A 1959 Ford . $795 handy for reaching high
1965lmpala.$1895 I'i ton atak body pick-ap. V-8 places.

4-Door Sedan, Radio. xeater 1962 GMC .. $895 Give some serious k. '.<
Automatic Tranamliiton. Power D HaU.ton tek-up. V /. long box. thought to safe use of the

PLENTY MORE family car. Will the young
1965nMustang.$1695cylinder. SPECIALS
OK TILL 7 00 P.M.
BOTH LOTS OPEN folks home from school for
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