Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: November 25, 1965
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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BY Kathy Strickland "
I Holiday needs plus the year- I The Crawfordville Panthers'

i round market for sweets in Florida I Congratulations arc certainly in order for Coach Elmer Coker and basketball tram opens its sea- '
will push,the' retail value his Pantherteam, the C. H.S. cheerleaders, and the Marching Panther son December 3rd at Montlccl-

of the candy market in the state Band, who, together, have made the 1965 football season one lo, and play Sopchoppy for their
town estimated $45 million this to be remembered. second game on December 7th

year, the Florida State Chamber The Panthers have been victorious in five out of nine games, and I Coach Elmer Coker said that
a ol Commerce jcportcd in Its thcyces'talnlydeserve recognition their outstanding accomplishments i only two of last year's starters
Weekly Business Review released as a team, and their fine sportsmanship.The are back. They are Dusty Cook

yesterday."The Panthers presented a perfect finale to a successful season as and Don Currie.Lcttcrmcnbackarc.
.ivcrjoc Floridian consume they outclassed intercounty foe, Sopchoppy High School, 40-7, David Wil-
-, about 17 pounds of commercially last Friday night. Senior players who saw their last high school ; son, Don Sparkman, and Danny wiat
manufactured candy football action Friday night Include David Wilson, Dusty Cook, Miller.
confectionery products Don Currie, Jerry Sheldon, Danny Miller, Ernie Centry, John HarI I I Coming up from last year's B
throughout the year. AugmentIng rell, Don Sparkman, and Barnard Sessions. As was announced at !I squad arc Buckey Terrell, John
this amount by tourist pur- halftime Friday night, these boys dedicated Friday night's game to H a rr ell Eric Mathis, Butch
chases, some 113 million pounds I "Old Memories". Taff, Clint Nazworth, Dennis
of candy wlllhivc been purchased The capacity crowd at Friday's game was entertained at halftime Harvey and Larry Strickland.
in Florida by the end of this I with outstanding performances from both the Sopchoppy Band and Coach Coker said that he will
year. the Marching Panther Band from Crawfordville. The Panther Band, hive a pretty fast team this
"The principal volume of can- I undcrthe direction of Mr. Skip West and Drum Major Doug Wright, year, but will lack height.
dies and sweets consumed in flo- has marched every game this season with the exception of Chat- The Panther schedule is as follows -

rida arc made in other states or tahoochee, and are certainly to be commended for their coopera- :
Gibson MadeHonorary arc imported from foreign countries tion and hard work, as well as their outstanding shows. Dec. 3 Monticello, ACB,
Florida producers satisfy Members ofThe Senior National donor Society tapped Junior Nat- There; Dec. 7, Sopchoppy, ACB, t
Gold only about 15 per cent: of the ional Honor Society members for the coming year last Thursday. There; Dec. 14, Wcwahitchka,'
market. Even then, Florida Those who were tapped will be honored, along with the members ACB, Here ; Dec. 17, Perry,
manufacturers turned out about of the Senior Honor Society, at a banquet Tuesday night, Novem- AGB, There; Jan. 11, Bristol,
Key Member 17 million pounds of sweets Including ber 23, in the Crawfordville High School lunchroom ACB; Here; Jan. 14, Rlckards,

Senator L P. Gibson of the 10th pecan, peanut and coconut The Marching Panthers, along with 44 other bands from Florida, ACB, Here; Jan. 18, Wewahit-
District principal sponsor of a candies, nougats, cara- Georgia, and Alabama, participated In Band Day activities last chka, ACB, There ; Jan. 21,
1965 legislative act which authorized mels, chocolates, taffy, mints, Saturday in Tallahassee. The bands began practicing at 8:00 AM Bristol, ALB, There; Jan. 25,
and a wide variety of citrus confections for the halftime show of the F. S. Houston Came The bands Chapman, ACB, Here; Jan. 28,
creation of law
a school at
Florida State performed in a parade at 3:30 that afternoon which was followedby Monticello, ALB, Here; Feb. 1,
University has been
made "Although all types of confect- more practice for the halftime show. The Panther Band returned Chapman, ACB, There; Feb. 4,
Oold an honorary member of ionery products consumed In Florida home after participating In halftime activities and enjoying the Perry, MB, Here Feb. 7, Sop- BElL-GRAY ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED -
Key. men's service
organlzatlon. choppy, ACB, Here Feb. 10-12
could not economically be game. ; ,
The made here, the consumption- The Band will begin practicing concert and Christmas music since AVC Tour. ; Feb. 15, Carra- Mr. and Mrs. Freeman P. Bell of South Charleston, West Virgin- "'
honor, given annually to a production gap could reasonablybe the marching season is over. belle ACB, Here ) Feb. 18, la, have announced the betrothal of their daughter, Karen Jean, to
man in public life, was bestowedat narrowed, especially In this Studentswill be out of school November 24, 23 and 26 in cele- Rickards ACB, There Feb. 21, Ronald Hayden Cray, son of the Reverend and Mrs. Trumon Cary
the Gold Key-Oarnet Key ban sugar-producing state, the bration of Thanksgiving Holidays. Carrabelle, ACB, There; Feb. of Tarpon Springs, Florida.
quet one of the top events of State Chamber concluded. 24-26, Croup; Mar. 4-5, Region I Miss Bell and her fiance, employees of Allegheny Airlines in

Florida Oration. State's homecoming cele EDUCATION INFORMATION ; Mar. 11-12, State. Washington, D. C. plan to be married in January. "
She is a graduate of Washington High School In South Charleston. .
Stearns of Miami In citing Sen-: i Governor Bums'recent announcement Mr. Gray, a former resident of Wakulla County, is an alumnus of
ator Gibson TO SEND that he would backa : ha a degree from Chipola:: Junior College -
said is Ollrgichooll1nd
for his effective CLOTHING TO VIET NAM one-cent Increase in sales tax
leadership as II to be earmarked for education is
state legislator that we wish to The Florida Federation oYotmg .... definitelya step in the right direction -
honor him and chief among these Republicans today voted according to Pat L.

accomplishments are those in behalf to participate in a nation-wide Tornlllo, Jr. Executive Secre-
of education". citizen's! drive for food, medical tary of the Dade County Classroom -
He also said of the senator supplies, cbiJdreq'Ccloth- Teachers' Association.
that It Is "to his perlstence. skill. Ing and toys, and other suppliesfor However, the CTA is alarmed -
and dedication that the pecple the people of South VietNam at "the negative trend and

owe the legislative fruition of a The drive is nationally ) downgrading of education in
long sought goal, another college sponsored by the Young Repub- the State of Florida", as Indi- f
of law In the state university lican National Federation, the cated in recent high school accreditation a
system U. S. Jaycees, and the Young figures released by
Gold Key, an honorary leader Democratic Clubs of America. d b the Southern Association of
ship society Is composed of the The effort will take the formof PresidentElectNational Schools and Colleges.

most outstanding young men on America's Christmas Train C According to Tomillo, these
the campus of Florida State Uii Trucks (ACTT) starting on the figures show that last year 85
Iverslty. eastern seaboard and moving An affiliation which beganin
Membership is awardedto Florida high schools were declared -
those who have distinguished west to San Francisco. From Jacksonville eighteen yearsago 'Fall clear" with accept-
themselves both as students and San Francisco, the supplies will blossomed recently in New able accreditation. This year
as student leaders. In additionto be shipped via boat to South York at Dr. Aihbcl C. Williams only 32 received the'all clear.

outstanding grades, they must Vietnam. Along the transcon- was chosen as National' Lastyear 139 were "advised" of
have excelled in at least two other tinental route, the train will be President-Elect of the America deficiencies. This year 201

areas of student activities, suchas joined by regional feeder trains Cancer Society.Dr. were so advised. Last year 45
athletics, student government and trucks. Within a few weeksa Williams who organizedthe were "warned" of impendingloss
train will leave from Miami
religious activities of accreditation. This
and drama- Society' Duval County Unitin year
collecting supplies all along the
46 were warned Last year 10
ticsThe to connect with the transcontinental 1947. went on to become the the second Panther Dusty Cook makes contact
way in
first member of the Senateto State Division chairman for six were placed "on probation" -- No. 2 gains yardage for Sopchoppy early quarter.
be honored by Oold Key, Sen- train.In the final warning prior to loss of for the tackle.
South Vietnam, the mater- years. He has since continued to This 16
ator Gibson joins a select accreditation. year
group ials will be distributed to the contribute active services at the Last
past recipients which include were placed on probation.
Doyle Conner Secretary of A*" people of that country by the U. County Unit. State and National year 19 Florida high schools lost''

rtculture; Tom Adams, Secretaryof S. Troops on a person to person levels even though he has their accreditation. This year
basis at the village level. named Honorary Memberin 8 lost their accreditation mak-
State: Rev C: A. Roberts of been ,
Tallahassee's First Baptist Church, The Florida Young Republicanswho both Florida organizations ing a total of 27 such high
assembled Silver
several justices of the state su. were for their State He received his B.S. degree schools to date.
Springs regular
preme court and other distinguished Board meeting announced the from the University of Florid In Tomlllo's opinion, if this
Floridians trend is not soon reversed, edu-
Republican and M.D. at Yale University.He .
formation of ten new Young -
cation in Florida will deteriorate -
has served on the staff ofFlorida'
organizations with every '
beyond the capacity of the
section of the state well re- first tumor clinic at this de- i
ADVICE FROM state to correctitwlthln
presented. The newly formed Duval Medical Center and was cade., r
AND FISH COMMISSION Young Republican Clubs are located instrumental in forming the Florida "Lack of sufficient state aid a

Tallahassee-With the 1965-66 In Escambia County, St. Cancer Council. Dr. Williams for education, "he states"will

hunting season rapidly going Into Johns County, Cadsden County, is past president of the Impede our efforts to attract new "- --. 4.F
full swing, hunters receivedsome South Palm Beach, North Palm Duval County Medical Society; Industry, will effectively deter
Beach St. Col-
friendly advice from W. Petersburg Jr. Florida Chapter of American economic growth and cause irreparable -
Marlon Fla. Atlantic
lege, County, -
B. Copeland, chairman, Came Broward College and Surgeons and the damage not only to
and Fresh Water Fish Commission University, Jr. children but to the future growthof I
and the of lames Ewing Society.
College, University
that their manners on lo- our state".
cation often times go a long way Tampa. He adds that CTA Is particu-
toward landowner receptions."Plus The Florida YR's, who have T.E.I. CLASS HOLDS larly disturbed by the Adverse
the age-old of two full-time men in the field, BANOUET reaction of some of Dade C01. 1-
fences have set as a goal ten thousand INSTALLATION
gates left open, tom 1966 ty's legislators to the governor's I F.,.:
down, woods set afire and livestock I members working in the The T. E. L. Class of Craw- proposalfora one-cent sales tax 7-1
elections and, at this point, are Church
endangered", Copelandsaid fordville First Baptist increase for education.
"we now have a new and well ahead of schedule. held their annual Banquet and "Apparently, "Tomillo states, ,. ,., Fr
more poisonous plague. This Is Installation of officers at the "these legislators did not read
the 1965 model litterbug who HOGS GAME ANIMALSIN '' Oaks' private dining room the results of the road bond and

has become the scourge of all CERTAIN AREAS ONLY Thursday night, November 18, school mlllage election the way ..
civilization. at 7i30 P.M. most people have. As CTA Interprets .
"We all know about the litter-I The R"v. S. A. Coxwell Installed the results, the taxpayers -
Panama City -- Once again Don Currie, left, turns the comer and outruns the Sopchoppy defenders for his second TD In the Pan-
bug. Some of us unknowingly i the Came and Fresh Water Fish the officers, as follows said, In effect "We have ther's 40-7 win last Friday.
qualify, and some of us unknowingly I Commission advises that hunters Mrs. Lizzie Harper, President) ached the present limit of providing s
close the door to an Invi- should not assume that all free Mrs. Alma Tucker, First Vice funds for education
tation to return. A landowner running hogs are "fair game", President Mrs. Willie V. Har- through property tax. State aid '1965-66 SOPCHOPPY More Than Four Million Rode

seldom has any patience left says Ronald Wise, Commissioner vey, Second Vice President) is needed to reduce the localtaxpayers'burdeninDadeCowsi BASKETBALL SCHEDULESopchoppy's
when he finds that hunters have for the Third District. Mrs. Lena Harvey, Recording I Monorail Over Three Million Miles
scattered refuse all over his Hogs have been declared game Secretary) Mrs. Mary Ferrell, ty. Education Is a state responsibility Basketball Sche-
place and have discreated the animals only In certain wildlife Corresponding Secretary and and the state must appropriate dule for the 1965-66 season Is American Machine & Foundry Company's demonstration

landscape. management areas of the Third Class Treasurer; Mrs. Minnie the educational funds as followS monorail in the New York World's Fair's two seasons carried
The Commission Chairman, District. Only In these specified Tucker, Croup Captain} Mrs. necessary to provide quality education Dec. 7, Crawfordvllle, Home; 4,160,000 3,320,000 miles circling: the lake
blaming much of the trouble on locations does the Came and Ilea Lizzie Laws, Teacher; Mrs. for the children of Flo Dec. 14, Apalachicola, Home passengers passenger
Jan. 11 Carrabelle. Home area with only one disabling rider injury, according to final
"plain unthinking carelessness", FreshWater Fish Commission regulate Julia Smith, Associate Teacher. rida. ;
"Wa Jan. 14 Open Jan. 18, Apalachicola traffic figures for the two-year period announced by Carl Bal-
admonished hunters to "set up hogs as game animals Honored! guests were the Rev. Says Tomillot sincerely ;
their own rules of conduct and ((1)) Tefogla Creek Wildlifearea and Mrs. S. A. Coxwell, Mr. hope the Dade County Legislators There; Jan. 21, PortSt' dick AMF Monorail operations manager.
just act like they were huntingon (Cadsden County portion and Mn. Nelton Jemlgan Mr. re-examine their stand in Joe, There Jan.. 25, Carra "Thus we transported half the population of New York Citya

their own land. only), bag limit one per day and and Mn. A. I. Porter, Mr. R. this matter.Of belle, There; Jan. 28, Liberty distance equal to more than 130 times around the world," Mr.
Copeland concluded, "the old two per season; E. Whaley, Mr. Charlie Tucker Co. High, There; Feb. 1, Car- Baldick pointed out,"in almost perfect safety a record in whichwe
head In the hunting business ((2)) -Point Washington Wildlife Mr. Jim Harper, Mr. Roland rabelle, Here Feb. 7, Craw- take pardonable pride."
knows that after you have been Management area, special bag Harvey, Mr. and Mn. Willie CARD OF THANKSWe fordville, There; Feb. 15, O-
The one disabling injury was a leg fracture when a passenger
the perfect gentleman afield, limit of two per day and six per Oaks, Mr. Emmett Ferrell, Sr. pen; Feb. 18, Port St. Joe,
the loading platform and train.
you should offer to share your season}. After Installation, the food wish to take this opportunity Here ; Feb 21 Liberty Co. slipped a
game bag with the landownerand ((3)) Eglin Field Wildlife Management was served and a wonderful hour to thank our friends for the High, Here; Feb. 28, Carra- I \
be sure that you clean his Area, bag limit one of fellowship was enjoyed.Florida' kindnesses and thoughtfulness belle, There
lame first, so that this little extra per; day and two per season. many, during the recent Illness; All Home games at 7iOO EST. There art more than 55 Race horse breeding farms of
varieties of palm trees amongFlorida's Central Florida are populatedby
tribute of definitely other
gratitude Hog hunting areas Cypress Gardens of our son, Johnny. Cypress Gardens' collection 3.500 thoroughbreds
will be taken care of. hanthe above Is strictly a matter of 1 i
has been the scene some > I
Cliff Harper C Family of some two dozen typesof an investment of more
between the hunter and the 000 newsreels and 350 movie trees. than $30 million.
landowner. short subjects. ,


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/ ) COUNTY COUNTY COMMISSION ,.tv..1r. ;1.1:1 =- : lr....'
fHUItSDAT. :, 25; 10$S! Florida cltrua growers an I November 15, 1965 .
nually i pen d approximately "We have finalized purchase Four Tallahassee residents art STATE
The Board of Commissioners
$130 million In production costs, plans-totaling than $15- County now taWngrables treatments after FLORIDA
of Wakulla County met
including $40 million for hired 000,000 for two future items being bitten by a rabid rac-
this date in Crawfordville with ,
WAKULLA labor $35 million for fertIlizer of equipment (or our new Crystal picked In Wakulla County
oon up
the Willard
$20 million for and dust following pretenD "Now Showing
spray River plant, said A. P. I The Florida State Board of TODAY THRU. SAT.
COUNTY NEWS $20 for machine hire $5 million Carter, Chairman) George :
of Florida confirmedthat
for gee and oUt and $10 million Perez, vice president Young, Vice Chairman William I Health Laboratory KID"
for other costsFOR Power Corporation. D. Walker, Ralph Strickland, the brain of the young racoon THL CINCINNATI

Ttlrphm WAlBMt MIDI t "Electric generating number and John L. Davis, Commissioners picked up for a pet was

two, which will produce Pearce Clerk positive for rabies, according to Saturday Only
Mood/ ,
SALEi Large fuel oil heater 500,000 kilowatts has been ; the Wakulla County Health De- ,000AM, Ui40AM,
with electric blower. Also ordered W. R. Taff, Sheriff. "VILlACE OF THE GIANTSPERRY "
from General Electric The minutes of the last meetIng partment.
Virgin! KtlchtUJ! ... .. Miter 55-gallon tank. Contact Cutls Company of Schenectady, N. were read and approved.Mr. Another laboratory confirmed i:WPM I
Elderkin Stone, Crawfordville. Y. ''said Perez "and rabid racoon was killed in the I
the boiler Platt, University of Flori- I
10/28. Other
Fred tthtley ..... Publisher or steam generator, is to be da Extension Service, appeared Lamont area last week. the "
supplied by Combustion Engineering before the Board and Introduced:: re ports on the wild animal in ""RHINO!

Entered at Crawfordvill, Florida Inc. Windsor, Mr. E. R. Wheaton, Assistant woods between Perry and Pana-
BINDER electric sewing machine Conn. The boiler unit is sche- CountyAgent of Madison County cea north toWakeenah indicatesa
M second elm matter Suburrip I In console cabinet, lUte new. duled for delivery by Fall of and recommended the Board high endemic proportion of

lion Till; ,U90 fit jrtt' Bews forward and reverse. All 1968;the electric generating u- consider appointment of Mr. rabies for this year. CAPITOL DRIVE.IN
attachment for making buttonholes nit 1969. All local residents are warned HIGHWAY
by Spring, Wheaton as County Agent to replace
,-_gglnc and fancy Both electric generating units Mr. L. D. Taylor, re- to beware of all stray animals OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE HWY.
stitch designs. Fully guaran number one and number two will signed. Particularly wild animals which .
teed. Can be seen In your area. be coal-fired, the first of their Commissioner Walker moved show no fear of man, or other- '
WILLIAMS Make eight monthly All in Wa- Today thru Sat
payments type In Florida Power's seven- and Commissioner Da vis seconded wise act sick. pets Today Fri. C Sat.
of $4 >l
or win discount for kulla and Jefferson Counties
system. that the Board hire Mr.
REALTY cash Write: Credit Manager, immunized Immed-
Perez reported: "Serious con- should be
Wheaton at
Florida 132 8. ,Clearwater Road, largo. slderationhad been given to utilizing same salary as and County expense Agent as Mr. iately if they have not had the "THAT FUNNY FEELING"and "IN HARM'S WAY"

Reg Real' Estate nuclear fuel for generatIng L. D. Taylor. The motion was shots in the last year. and"CLARENCE
Broker unit number two. However, carried effective January 1, Hunters are warned not to take

St Marks Fla. In the Circuit Court of the Second after extensive studies in comparison 1966. any dog, which has not been Im- I THE' "McLINTOCK"
to coal-fired, it was decided Mr. Platt further discussed with munized for rabies, into the CROSS-EYED LION"
Phone Judicial Circuit, In and I
741 I and
that nuclear-fueled woods this season. Racoon and
For Wakulla County Florida. operations the Board a proposal that the ;
I would not economical foxes are the most dangerous in

prove Board consider joining with Liberty -
Chancery.Case SPRING'
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES No. 1174. for unit two. County In procuring the this area but squirrel, opossum "A SWINGIN' SUMMER1 "TRUTH ABOUT
The Crystal River Plant has services a CO\D1tyHome Dem- and other warm blooded animalscan
Associate: Thomas Triplett, Agnes Trip- been under construction since onstration Agent with half of be affected.
lett, Walter Triplett, Jr., her
early 1964. The 275-ton elec-
time to each Estimated -
M. Hatcher,
Sr. husband et als. ,
tric generating unit number one cost to Wakulla County
Phone M 6-3201 Plaintiffs, arrived at the site in June and to be $2,000.00 per year. The

vs.Obedlah. has been installed; it will go Into Home Demonstration Agent to

Triplett, Charles Davis operation next year, produc- live in the county of her choice.
If You Need. John Stamper and Ross ing 421,000 kilowatts. Mr. Strickland moved that Unusual.
Hannon, et als. Its 161-ton steam boiler drum Mr. Davis Raker be permittedto The Most Talked About..The Most ..

S e OfficeSuppliesliusinefcs Machine! Defendants. has also been installed at theplant. solicit among the county em- The Most Needed Knife in America

NOTICE Special equipment is ployees for insurance. The mo-
e Office Furniture ;
used hoist each boiler drum tion was carried on the second
SM or Call 2515 from ground-level to final location of Commissioner Young.
West Rlvervlew
within the structural stee. The Board on the motion of mtm t KNIFECUTS
RANEY WHALEYat Dayton, Ohio
framework of the The Mr. Strickland authorized the
WILLIS TRIPLETT first boiler drum is rJa'rie a- clerk to purchase cushions for I

2515 West Rlvervlew bove ground-level; the second the Board Room chairs.
CAPITAL 'OFFICEEQUIPMENT Dayton, Ohio will be 17 stories. The main The Board approved the vou-

CO. You, your heirs and legal representatives structure of the new plant is approximately chers before them and directed

319 South 4d.mi it. are hereby notified 200 feet high and that warrants be Issued in pay- '
Corner E. .'emacoUTALLAHASSEE that a Bill Complaint for rests on a six-foot-thick rein- ment therefor. Greatest Gift Idea Ever!

FLORIDA partition of the following des- forced concrete fOwtdation.Pr..ldentIectflorlda Therebeingno further business! 12" LONG
cribed property, to-wlti coming to the attention of the AMERICAN MADE STAINLESS STEEL

Lot 15, the West Hall of Lot Board the same was adjourned on
'- -.. 6, and the West Half of Lot the motion of Commissioner
7 Hartsfteld Wa- :I Use the 1',
LEON LPTIC TANKSERVICEi Survey, Strickland. Use the
kulla County, Florida, Approved Willard Carter, p SAW EDGE WAYED EDGE
has been filed against you, and Chairman to tat iretee loots,

., tRepair youor your heirs or legal repre- Attest! Moody Pearce, Clerk hllq tuassn, :tali U tarn tulkq, slice
Clean o sentatives are required to servea f' list, att. lest, Ireai, ettetalhs,
copy of your answer or plead- f cheese, etc.

New Installation ings to the Bill of Complaint on PEA IIt VOTE
the plaintiffs' attorney, Charl-
The Best For Less! FOR'GROWERS Mailed anywhere in the U.S.A., Postage PM .
ton L. Pierce, 107-1/2 East Jef- NEARS And it's all purpose. The waved
ferson Street, Tallahassee, Flo- This is the most amazing knife J' edge carves turkey and roasts
TelephoneTallahassee rida, and the original answer or The November 23 referendum In America. Even an electric 4'+ like a dream. Slices fresh bread

877-1773 pleadings In the office of the on peanut marketing quotas is an knife will not cut through froz' .f cheese vegetables, pineapple _

after 6:00 p.m. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Important one for growers, according en foods but the Americanmade everything. 12" long Hardwood
before the 29th day of Novem- M to Mr. J. K. Moore, .double edge, Miracle handle Stainless steel blade never

t ber, A, D. 1965. If you fall to Chairman, Agriculture Stabili- Knife zips through food pack. needs sharpening

do so, judgment by default will al zation and Conservation County ages, wrapper and all.
be entered against you for the Committee reminded farmers MAIL COUPOK I I 10DAY I

: relief demanded in the Bill of ACS that the outcome of the vote The deep saw edge cuts I
Complaint. will decide whether a market- cuts frozen meats f sh. I SEND CASH, CHECK OR MONEY ORDER.
baked goods etc No
1 DONE AND ORDERED at Donald W. Smith. M.D. Ing program which has been In more wasteful thawing No C.O.D's. Mailed anywhere in the U.S.A.

Crawfordville, Florida this effect since 1949 shall continuefor Cut off what you need: I WAKULM COUNTY NEWS
prominent Miami surgeon was the next three of Put the rest, sell frozen
28th day of October, A. D. 19- crops pea- : CMAWrORDVILLI:. FLORIDA:
named President-Elect of the nuts. At least two-thirds of the bach In the freezer Several I

0 0 65./Moody Pearce Florida Division of the American voters must approve the quotas scales Disjoints. fish too.chickens d, Buy at ThisLow I Send miracle knives at $2 each

Clerk of Circuit Court Cancer Society at the An- if the program Is to continue.

I Wakulla County, Florida nual Meeting in October. He be- The chairman explained that Price I Name.. ... ... .... ........ .....

bys/ Johnie Limbaugh came active in the Society s the program to be voted on is

(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Dade County Unit as far backas essentially the tame as the one Use the I Address.. .......................................

_,. 4t-ll/ now in operation. When mar- Not Sold InHardware
1950. serving in numberof I
a keting quotas are In effect, orPRONGED City.................................................
and in 1959
OPPORTUNITYI capacities, was
i price-support loans are avail- like a fort I

I For a future with a well known Florida ranks first in the nation elected Unit President. In 1960 able at not less than 75 percentof Dcpt. Stores State. ..._ ..................... Zip NoSHOPPERS' ........
I I Midwest Manufacturing Finn In production of snap. he was elected to the Society'sStale parity as of August 1 -- the

We an now offering exclusive beans, sweet corn, green peppers Board of Directors and beginning of the marketing ylla,.

distributorship for a patented cabbage, cucumbers eggplant named chairman of the Research Under quotas, too, marketing
radishes I and water-
I,product. competition. Committee a position which he penaltiesapplyto "excess" pea-
melons, and second in tomatoes
trained will
Factory personnel still holds nuts of growers who exceed their
assist you In letting up a tried celery '
and advertising and mer- Dr. Smith i. a graduate of acreage
If more than one-third of the
chandlllng program. 100ft the Tulane Medical School and
.mark Investment FOR SALE received his surgical growers voting oppose the quo-
up. guaranteed training at
the loans available
tas to -
growers r
Minimum investmen the University of Pennsylvania GOOD NEWS !
who plant within their acreage -
$1,000. Maximum $14,000 3 Bedroom House with Graduate Hospital. He is a Diploma allotments will drop to 50 cd
All replies confidential. Fo: 'I
information write Director 01 Large Living ROOM and le of the American Boardf percent of parity, and no quotas

Marketing, P. O. Box 14049, )f Surgery. Fellow in the Amer. or penalties will apply to the
Faulty Room On 3/4 acre
St. Louis, Missouri 63178. can College of Surgery; past 1966'peanut crop. In such an
UNITED MARKETING COM- Shady Lot In Hudson Heights President of the Dade County I event, another referendum would Christmas Club pays

PANY, 6236 Bartraer Avenue Medical Association During be held next year on quotas for 1

St. Louis Mo. uno.14tcSlz1111. Call Walnut 6-3883. or World War II, he was Chief of the followingthree crops of pea- needed shopping /
Contact L. D. 'BO' Taylor Surgery In the U S Naval I Farmers eligible to vote In the /

Crawfordvllle. Florida Hospital at Coco Sato. Canal referendum are all those who dollars

I. Zone and at Norfolk. Va. were. entitled to share in the u" c ?, NOW!

1965-crop peanuts on a farm on i
I 1 1 1i
which the acreage harvested for
nutsexceeds 1 acre, Mr. Moore
T.Rahaa.ee Biuincm Firms said. i

In the last previous vote on I
peanut marketing quotas -- In 1 'v ..I

DIRECTORYPalarniM 1963, 1964, and 1965 crops were
favored by 96.9 percent of the

growers voting nationally. In

Then Advertlncrs Florida 91.9 percent of the
growers voting favored quotas.
The county committee chairman : '

urged all peanut producersto : l
cast their ballot in the Tues-

F R M Little Store day, November 23, referendum.

D Folks O. I I. GRAMLING The polling place for farmersIn _.i_

CD "The Capital Wakulla County will be the
FEEDSFhnt a .;; Major for Minors" & CO. ASCS County Office and the

Cktldrrni Funtturt, Toy, polls will be open from 8:00 A.
Gam.., Hokttti o.*-StoP Service for M. to 6:00: P. M.
Baby Awn..orie,
River FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry
Mills N. Monro Ph
li.1 St 2221144IlK.
seas 8. Monro ..
.ph. 323 0274Lgkt ------- --- --. Supplies

Garden I
Sow Ada*** at SAX.R.R.
._------ '-'-- CroMiac Tallahassee A buck dell
Balcer-Alford Co.
Phone 222-4112 draped over the front of an automobile -
"T/u Part floW might look terrific, but OTHER SERVICES : laG

Anything for your auto truck: it would be a lot better off,
or tractor. Also for your power culsincwise, parked in the shadeof Savings a Safety
WngACR4 R.I11'14r Deposit a
( lawnmoww and much for your the trunk. Checking
Comcr t
plotki: .
boaL., The word from hunters Auto Loans Home
con- Loans. Personal
Hanson, Wood and. 208 N Adama St. Pla..Z2U.80 cerned with the food angle of Loans ..

Hoel Ind.; Inc. Capital 1 Stone Co. venison is that it would take a Bank Money Orders Banking-by-Mail

S. Adams St at Points long series of tests to find a
Ttl 222.(840 P. 0. Box 11 Sine 108 harsherway of treating a venison 'Now
MARBLE GRANITE ,than laying it against a hot hood OPEW

BRONZE andexpotlng the deer to the
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MEMORIALSCMufery sun; not to mention the extra
flies at every stop.
Yeay.el" 41'0 Wtrliff AU TypM I Proper handling of the deer

1 (08 W. Claw St-T L 223-0711 from actual kill to the skillet is

Walter F. Buekaa., MIT. recommended by the Florida LEWIS STATE BANKFlorida's
Cam and Fresh Water Fish

Commission. This means
t/o..,_ sad Band ful field dressing, and quick removal -

214 8. Adams St.-T.l. 232-4480 to a shaded area, If not
I direct to a cooler. Prompt cov- Oldest

ering against fly damage
ad to insure a choice venison is urg Member..: federal Depoen I Insurance Coroorirtan

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Cypreu Gardens is a magnet filling the ttiicklniii. hung by CrawforJvllie First Baptist and Mrs. C. R. Welch of Industry's Annual Meeting
the with
for aspirin water ski show penformers. chlinnrv i sir ii your Fla. Florida
The central hippy 'tub here llumulu r'lf Church W, M U. will observe Tallahassee spentftesdey with
Florida u in Southern College, a Methodist
attraction now features skiers exit. iiocklnii Mullet, A l.I! one or the Week of Prayer for foreign institution, will receive at least Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown. Sen Everett M Dirkaen. Secretary of the Treasury Henry P.
from 10 states and one foreign I two Jclimtelyi-tiliitnl pastry| purse missions beginning November I $7 million from the estate of the Fowler and former Vice President Richard )(. Nixon, are the
country while in the past almost .- packs of Klernrx luum ID the girls'smocking. 28 through December 5, with late Mrs. T. C. Buckaer of Mrs. Inez Vent of Tallahassee three luncheon speakers Wednesday Thursday and Friday ....
all 50 states and seven nations and Rive pukcl rick to services each day at the church Jacksonville, a trustee and longtime spent the weekend with her mother spectively. December 1, 2 and 3 at the National Association ofManufacturers'
been the men In your family Mrs. Florida Roberts.
have represented
beginning AM from
Monday patroness of the college. 70th Annual Congress of American Industryat
through Friday. Her bequest is believed to be TheAlZanco family and New York's Waldorf-Astoria

The progr.amwill be In charge the largest single gift for higher Dough Rogers family spent the This three-day session s overall theme is 'Emerging Opportunities -

R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME each men day by the following wo- education. in the history of Florida weekend with Mr. and Mrs. in an Age of Ferment" and will include addrettei by

Walter Harms. leader covering the monetary and economic ferment, world
Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director Monday Mrs. Katherine Mrs. Buckner, a leader in
Strickland) Tuesday, Mrs. Dot Jacksonville civic and church Edison Roddenbeny is makingup news,apace,conservation recreation and beauty oceanographyand
Phone 697.3366 Oaks;Wednesday, Mrs. Ika Liz- affairs, died October 26 in Italy syrup on the She it Redden other vital force at work in the world today

sic Laws; Thursday, Mrs. Thel- while on an European tour. She beny place. Many visitors drop I
CARRABELLE, FLA. ma Jemigan Friday, Mrs. Linda was 62.Th& by for a glass of cane juice and
Coxwell. attorney for he restate said to buy syrup, which especially -
"24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" Famllyworshipwill be observed the $7 million bequest to Flori- good this year. Mr. and Mrs. NOTICESPECIALS
I In the home November 28 their I IsiUGAR
da Southern was a "conservative Shell Roddenbeny have .
SERVING WAKULLA COUNTY Saturday 4th December, Sunday estimate". daughter, Ruby Lee and hut- ntU SAT, MON. AND TCT&
I December 5th. In her will Mrs. Buckner said band, Alfred Futch, helping for
All departments and organizations the bequest was made "by rea these two weeks.Many .
I of the church will parti- sonof conviction that support of I
I cipate in ghe Christmas Lottie private colleges is essential to visitors and interested
Moon Offering. the educational growth and stability friends attended the Fish Fry
Everybody is invited to attend of this nation. '. and Turkey Shoot at Panacea on
these dally meetings. She stipulated that Florida Saturday under the sponsorshipof
Southern use approximately $1 I Panacea Chamber ol Com-
for capital improvements, one- merce and the Woman's Club.: 49'C
H RODDENBERRY Assoclite third of the balance for faculty We believe their start to make I
I A FULL TIME AND" COMPLETE REAL, ESTATE SERVICE Tissues Aid Winter Driving salaries and one-third for the something the old time famous I
steamed endowment fund. Mineral Springs will develop i
Wintry CoM means -up
; \ windshields nj fogged glasses Un In commenting on the gift, into something worthwhile. :

FINANCING ARRANGED AT S 1/tt fortunaiily. it also means sneezes Dr. Charles T. Thrift, Jr. pre- The Methodist Men's Brotherhood NECKBONES, lb. 19c j
and sniffles. For t handy answer fur sident of Florida Southern said
ANY TTPC HOME: BUILT ON YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE all these problems, keep I box of "I am met last: Thursday eveningfor
Kleenex tissues in the personally grateful as is their A
SERVING: NAKOLA COKHf: AMI liE: mSTAAI\ '\ car junior-size II"M it on the visor with two the for this entire college community, steak dinner monthly was mack meeting.and ser Fresh Grade A" FRYERS, 29c I
Urge rubber bands so tissues arc opportunity to enrich ved by Lauricc Roberts, Jimmie
easily reached for any situation and strengthen our entire program Burge and Douglas Strickland.Next .
T04-2601 YU4-7435 102-2191 and in the memory wonderful of a gracious I month, Ralph Brown, Robert 1- ONE STEAK, lb. 69c
I' truly woI I
FLORIDA Roddenberry and Warren I
Imports and exports valuedat Harden will be the hosts.
..\ Mrs. Buckner's will also includes I I Bamq JELLY 19C
$212 million and weighing: IPPLk n Ol ,
LET US. BUY OR SELL FOR YOU 126 million pound passed gifts of $100,000 to the Mrs. Walter Harms went over
through Florida's airports during Riverside Park Methodist Church to Monticello on Friday to visit I
1964 and SSOO, 000 to St. Luke's Hospital her uncle, Turner Cox. I i I I BLUE- CHEER' Giant Size 69c 1 1I
both of Jacksonville, and I
more than$1 million for the establishment The Methodist District Con- |I

The following essay, written by a member of the Senior Class of Chattahoochee lUgh School for of a home for unwed ferencewasheld Monday Pis- A. J. QUICK GRITS, 1 lb. 2 for 19c :
Mr. Barnett's English Class, deals with the effects of tobacco on the human body. Next week the mothers. gah Church, Tallahassee. Coing I I
same subject will be discussed by another member of the Senior Class. I with the Rev. Jesse Baker a' i
delegate were Mrs. Ralph I Nabisco OYSTERETTES 5 3/4 oz. 21*

Paul Uhrig I .. .... I .. PECANS lb. 39c
1iI't.. :;.J liP ,It.., .. .. ,
Although tobacco has been charged as a "menace to health", the number of smokers and the a- ...'. "Co ",
01' ro
mount spent on cigarettes has been on a steady rise since 1910. Now, nearly 70 million people inthe :. ORANGES OOz. 39C
United States smoke tobacco and spcnd5-l/2 billion- dollars a year for these packaged "death- .. ; -

traps". Inspite of the reports pertaining to the harmful clfects of smoking made by the Surgeon Gen-
eral'sAdvisory Committee and other organizations like the committee, people have either continued BANANAS 2 Ibs. 25c
smoking or they have begun smoking. Why?
People smoke for many reasons. Some people smoke for conformity, because all their friends
smoke; others smoke just to have something to do. Pipes, cigars, and cigarettes are smoked some-
times because some smokers believe the fallacy that smoking eases tension and calms nerves. Still Thanksgiving SPECIALS
others smoke for pleasure However, most people smoke because they are habituated by smoking. 's .
Although this habit is not as bad as using alcohol and narcotics, it is just as difficult to break. Most
of the people who smoke know the charges brought against cigarettes and their harmful effect "I"| 'n

the human body. TURKEY' HENS 10 TO 12 LB. 49c i
From many sources comes striking evidence that cigarette smoking increases susceptibility to dan-
gerous diseases, and, in general, increases the death rate. Cigarette smoking has contributed to a
seventy per cent increase in the age-death-rates in men, and a somewhat lesser percentage in wo-
, men. The most surprising fact is that which deals with nicotine. Frosty Morn SMOKED Ham 79c
Sources have found nicotine to be "relatively harmless". The nicotine aids habituation, but other

elements in the tobacco are far more harmful.
The most dangerous components of the cigarette, cigar, and pipe tobacco are the soots, coal tar, whole Vi 79c
pitch, and mineral oils. All of these contain cancerous .>t cancer-causing elements. Probably the Fresh HAMS or
'I, most dangerous of these is the coal tar, which contain more pre-cancerous elements than the other

' components. The fumes and smoke of tobacco arc also prc-canccrous. It is this group of elements ON HIS FIRST DAY I IN OFFICE Dr Sam Wesley Dm- 69c
I' that causes most of the effects that are detrimental to the human system. BONELESS R :
The harm of smoking depends upon four basic factors, how much is smoked, how deeply it is inhaled ham President: ol the Florida Divmon ol ACS. hid the oldcwl

, how nervous the smoker is, and whether the smoker has bodily defects. These factors have pleasure ol presenting a Special Citation to Mrs EeL KaucII New. 49c
been linked with some general effects and changes. ell of Jgfwtei Island Marion County. Florida The citation was BAKING HENS
Some findings lead to a certain amount of body and structural changes in smokers, but the evidenceis awarded "for the sjtnerous gill ol sculptured bronze head of ,
too small to permit any completed conclusion. Although little evidence has been established to the late Dr George N P. rucoI.wMJ.: who through his research 29c '
make a statement, some sources say that smoking is also a psychological and social effect. made possible the map: contribution the Pap Smear" 1 I his IM u CRANBERRY SAUCE i LB. CAM

Beginning in the mouth, or oral cavity, and following the path made by the smoke of a cigarette, credited with, saving the live of' thousands of women from cer KalI
one would find a wide variety of ailments. In the oral cavity, cancer of the lip appears from the cancu.I : I I Ii
heat of the cigarette and from smoking a pipe. Cancer of the tongue is more prevalent in cigar I i '
smokers. Cancer of the cheek and the roof of the mouth have linked cigarette smoking, and, tobacco I

In general, with the causes of these conditions. In men, cigarette smoking has been proven to SHOP HERE FOR YOUR I
contribute significantly to laryngeal cancer, the cancer of the larynx. t
There is little evidence to prove that smoking cigarettes is a direct cause of cancer of the esophagus, AGIFT :I
but there Is enough proof to show such an association exists or may exist. The effects of cigarettesseem L

to be located lower in the respiratory tract. HUNTING SUPPLIES
of smokers loss of cilia, an increase in tissue I ,I Ii
Some internal changes in the trachea and bronchi arc
elements, and odd cell structures. Men and women seem to have nearly the same structural changes. OF LIFEiouwnnbu'ontn { : : II i i iI i

However, these changes are more apparent in older smokers than in younger smokers, and ever more ii i II
in cigarette smokers than in pipe and cigar smokers. Cigarettes have also been suspected of leaving ; I

their mark on the heart. the American fanrer Society in merry of v.*jr Invest LOCALLY AM SAVE II i iPIGOTT'S
(has not yet been proven that cigarettes cause death by heart attack (coronary artery) directly, but SHOP
it has been suspected that cigarettes contribute to heart and lung ailments. It is also suspected that one will help *upp >rt a program ikilx-iitfl I tu th. r ,u- I I

I cigarettes are related somehow to a number of heart diseases. quest n' cancer lour menvtri.il gift wit) lint only do

Cigarettes are definitely a cause of lung cancer. An increase in smoking also increases the possibility honor to the lead. It could help pr VMk. H gift "r life. I STORE
of getting lung cancer. Cigarette smoking contributes to other lung diseases, including r MFHART -
bronchitis and Smoking also increases the effects of tuberculosis. Smoking
pulmonary emphysema. Memorial gift funds I be Mnt to local American i
may your
stomach and the surrounding tissues.
is much more dangerous to the lungs than to the
No re lationshlp between cigarette smoking and cancer of the stomach has been discovered, but some Cancer Society office WE GIVE PLAID STAXPSTime
studies have linked cigarette smoking with the peptic ulcer, which is more dangerous to gastric than

i duodenal areas. In this immediate area of the body, there appears to be some association between
cigarette smoking and cancer of the urinary bladder in men, but there is not enough evidence to sup- I

port such an accusation .
Cigarettes have been lined with a wide variety of other conditions. Some theories as to cause by I

I cigarette have been proven, but most ideas have not yet been cleared. Cigarettes arc related to gastnc -
I ulcers, cirrhosis of the liver, lower weights of babies st birth, and tobacco amblyopia, which is I I A
and alter the cells
detrimental to vision. From some findings it was agreed that cigarettes damage
in the lungs and lower organs over a period of time. Some of these damages have been found to lead I

to more serious lung diseases and conditions, depending upon the location of the cancer.
Pipe and cigar smokers get a larger amount of cancer higher up in the respiratory system than do I ___

cigarette However smokers., smoking docs not always act alone to harm the body. Proof has been introduced that an I Ij i iI I
j interaction between tobacco and hard liquor drinking increases the risk of cancer in the mouth and
throat. The factor in this interaction is the amount of liquor and tobacco consumed, especially the

amount of hard liquor that is drunk. An increase in drinking increases the risk oral of and getting throat ca cat cer. I tIs 1961 Rambler $395 1959 Chevrolet $345
However, there is not sufficient evidence to prove that alcohol alone may cause affected A_nc.n a bun Mere ... 4 ..._ .'-. h..r.r.'
I ers. It has been theorized that alcohol makes the oral cavity and throat more prone to be ,...,. Mawr W .rw.aue rsA. sow to aasesse. g.tremes".w. _
by cancer-causing tobacco, but there is little evidence to link wine and beer drinkers with the hard and I II
this ailment is the pipe
the susceptible person to I
liquor drinkers in this category. Surprisingly,
cigar smoker rather than the cigarette smoker. Besides acting on the respiration and digestive portions You 1962 Falcon 1 1963 Chevrolet $1095 t
I of the body, in women, smoking has an effect on the reproductive organs. 4 a..r a epi.or rttttrt Iran .
infants' birth weights, it has 1 '- S tjtr *
addition to lowering mirtui Yfleau __ __ ... '
I Does smoking actually affect babies? Yes and in mothers than in non-smoking Me -.-. ODe _, 4etw. ae.-.
I been found that babies are born prematurely more frequently in smoking There is lit-
mothers. Smoking mothers suffer slightly more frequently from spontaneous .
tle evidence however to substantiate changes in still-birth and in complications of pregnancy.Smoking ConsiderAChange
1963 Chevrolet $1795 1965
shortens breath and slows down reactions. i Chevrolet. $1995
and athletics do not mix. Smoking .
about the combattingof Bvoir 4 dew VI MOM >_ e _
doing more tj S 4MT vtU kmtw.
Because of the knowledge of so many harmful effects, people arc -" wane factory ur e.-
the staNa,4 tr.r.see _
because _
recommendations .. ,.... .. s.
the cigarette. The Surgeon General's Advisory Committee nude no e..4 -. a.w or M. ___ Sag .
even before the reports on am 11-
committee claimed their job was to judge, not to suggest However, against smoking aDd
smoking were put Into circulation, people and organizations were campaigning
establishing clinics to help people quit smoking.. 1965 Ford $2095
Since 1959, urge-scale changes have been made in all of the American eiarena's components 1962 Olds $1295 CttMlMI lee 4 bier see =
sonic With new names. aaatr ..sear .. ..
the Thew new cigarettes miser H. factory nr ti *-
filter, the paper the tobacco, aDd the flavoring. contents, have .. a- rafeae.e. .
nicotine M. -a0. .see
are not yet completely safe, but they have been lowered in their tar and I ........... .get seep ep .....-. OM e..rr s.as..a. _

been better filtered, and, in general, have been made milder follow Winston moved from the hitu .- OK...mt... ear tnm UM eutadsem 1 1964 Corvair $1495 1
Some of the alterations which have been made are as
Marlboro stepped down to' the tae-tar MOSTZA enure. n*. __.
group to the medium-tar group. Viceroy, Old Gold, UM. low-low- 1962 Ford weed lAw so
Sano. A new class has been made, the . $895 : It.-=-
class with Kent, Parliament Hit Parade, and King nf'-M4-. me e..uWq me
tar class, including Soring, Life, and Duke of Durham. nmcotincr. fl>CU* the -
Other In ventilating the paper reducing 1963 Chevrolet $J295
alterations made have been
lost taste in reduction. The filter has been largely Improved, through not,yet but 1*it is suspected* that u COSTTAIK COSfTOTIBLE tov 1962 Lark $495 1963 I seseaa Chevy.!II..! $1395= .
smoking ass
Some sources say that the most likely thing to do Is to outlaw _see.w 4. rancor-w--rr0. Mt a tear. n4n wvft ....... M. .a.e ragaa err tww wa.... eM
such a bin were introduced in Congress, U would not be passed. of tar and nicotine, and also slue m.e..ar.Gee sue w-r 0.. _
Another Important feature is the labeling of packages as to the amount with this became
placing a slniU-and-CTOssed bones on the package. Companies are going along 2 Lots To Serve You -327 N. Adams-1414 S. Monroe

It Protects them from lawsuits. and the wi ck-sea Ie tobacco U-
Then win be advertising restrictions on ads made by the cigarette

No?cigarette' cigar ChalICes, or pipe is perfectly safe. The smoking effect at any upon costS[the,*"so non the body aim oaewaddngsto arc widcspead ALFORD CHEVROLET CO.

Ste SsJttffSKSSTjaW Every cigarette cOlDpa ny
be III the from smoking, and a large _f-
better III been made to prevent young
tort lass of the harm c..d by tobacCO.

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II the box hat an unusual shape, I son and press them to the gift I A WAV DM.A AUNfT KM. 1 I

I each cut surface a piece Cover of Marvalon tops and to package.For .personalized cut In a Spin for Gift Ideas? Bough-Imprint Tissues TTWJ'MDAT, NOVEMBER." IMSVHALEY
of boxes separately, and the Liven Christmas Scene
letters to spell out a name the
on ,
itself becomes another gift I I box. Wrap packages this for Records Suit Taste"Here TELLS ABOUT
I'A [! way can
place for jewelry, sweaters, mailing, and they'II arrive as prettyas any claP: year there's something sfe' NEW SCHOOL PLANS
.. hat shoes, depending on
or when they were shipped, with add a decorative touch for
I : :: size. no bows to crush or paper to comes Santa Clausl! Here Fred Waring and his Christmas"by Pennsylvaj the holidays.\ Kleenex Christmas tissues William Whaley, School Sup-
I Once covered, decorate the pack wrinkle. comes Santa dausl" The sounds of nians or "The Story of the ,' in I seasonal red, green and erintendent, said today that the
I Use Marvalon strips of a dif Adhesive Christmas already are in the air. Tennessee Ernie Ford and gold box, will add sparkle? to guestrooms preliminary plan of the
' "tie" it. For the covering comes in bright Roger Wagner Chorale are perfectfor bedrooms, kitchens and bath. new
color to colors and of will also Consolidated School
patterns Christmas The season's excitement soon holiday giving. They can High have
! look cut out bellsSantas, reds and greens, winter blues and fill your home the flurry' of gift fill your own home with the sounds rooms. been approved.He .
holly, stars symbols angels, move white, and many other festive hues wrapping, pleasant scents of baking of Christmas during holiday parties. The tissues themselves can per- also stated that the 800,000
ak.., or other of the sea for form all kinds of holiday' duties
holiday gifts cookies, of candles and pine boughs, bonds have been sold and delivered -
., and the welcoming of holiday It's easy to find out about these beyond their conventional ones. ,
: guests. and other favorite albums the next Printed with I red and green bough : The
time you're at the supermarket Justin design, they're pretty enough to new facilities in the Me-
. Amid the festivity, there's always time for Christmas, you can get wrap around cups at I holiday eggnog dart area will be built on SO acres -
't"( the problem of an extra surprise one record free with every one you party And be sure to keep I of land that fronts on U. S.
gift for the children on Christmas buy You'll 1 also find the free record box near the mistletoe! Highway 98, north of the Inter-
morning something appropriate for albums offer on all Kimberly-Clark section of U. S. Highway 319
bedridden friends and older household! paper products packages.For The plant plans call for 100-
: hand east t Cushion Cookies for MailingDo
something i to have on 000
feet of
around enjoyment, you'l6nd square floor space
minute gifts or grab bag presentloRecord. year
a Christmas record gift will you plan to send home-made that Includes an auditorium and
can solve the problem. provide hours of entertainment to Christmas cookies to special people? gym. .
Christmas albums such as carols by suit any taste. To be sure they arrive safe and Whaley said that bids will be
0 fresh! place two cookies back to called for
January or Februaryandplans -
I back and in Kleenex Christ
wrap a
0 Chicago Bound mas white tissue tissues before imprinted packing.with Snowy deli g big ground-breaking are being made cere-for

cate red and green mony.
7. cookies! and keep the holiday treats He said that it cannot be definitely -
; NAME FLORIDA DELEGATESTO Intact for the lucky person who receives determined at this time
.g them. whether the school will be available -
for use at the begin-

NATIONAL 4-H CONGRESS Florida The breeding first was established thoroughbred farm in over central racehorse 20 however ning of the ,1966-67 everything school wi rear,

.' < years ago, when limestone-rich done.to bring this about, if possible -
0 1 for $17
land was selling per
re :, I r. t1Wf 11I 1I'd t acre

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hanks be to God Who gives us life, I '

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Homes warm with love, and friends who care; t .,' ,' ..'..t.PItt l.- ... ;. ... :

Andrews Reid! Prentice r. ; .'........ /JIi"/ \ .
A country beautiful and blest, Four Florida 4-H boys who outstanding 4-H'er that Alachua r- I i1
have lived up to the club County has ever produced," ( ,0 '
motto, "To Make the Best Better said Jacky Strickland, local 4 H 1 I ..- .....f .
N ow rich with harvest everywhere. ," have been named by the leader. "lIe Is the type of individual I f- '\
Cooperative Extension Serviceto who always strives toward I '
attend the National 4.H Club individual excellence." 'iI. .,/

K eep us, dear Lord, and those we love Congress In Chicago Nov. 28- Prentice, the agricultural win (, /
Dec. 2.The. ner, learned most of what he 'k \i 1
four are Steve Platt 16, knows about farming by work. )
S afe under peaceful skies, we pray. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J Platt ing out his 4II projects on his "- 9 Research : '... % .!
C Jr., of Gainesville; Edwin Andrews father's farm. Through his ag
17, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. ricultural project he has been Education Service
G uard all those rights we hold so dearI T. Andrews, also of Gainesville; able to keep his family suppliedwith
Ronald Prentice, 18, son of Mr fresh eggs and meat, pro
and Mrs. C. K Prentice, of Ala. vide food for the family table,
n freedom's name to go or stay, chua, and Jerry Reid, 18, son and keep himself very busy. FAITH HOPE THANKSGIVINGFAITH
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reid, of "Knowledge obtained and
Trenton. They were named state
Voice our opinions without fear winners In their 1965 club proj skills 112 learned projects in (completingsome mostly ag In 1913, a small group of doctors and laymen recognized -
could be cured if detected early and treated
ects.Andrews ricultural) will be invaluable to that some cancers ,
the automotive winner me in later years," he said. "I promptly and properly. After sporadic local public education
In our own ways to worship Thee! is ,freshman at Central feel that I will always be using activities, this group concentrated, in the early 30's on physicians.In .
; J.f' ;', Florida ilunior College; : His Interest some of knowledge I have 1937. through what waa called the Women's Field Army it
111'autos can partly be learned in 4-H Club work. launched the first nation-wide public education program In 1945.
Now as we lift our hearts in praise explained by the? fact his family
He himself Reid received his trip for his business men.physcians and scientists agreed on a major expansionof
has cars. tractor project. To him the leadership and programs. They established the American Can
owns both a car and a motor
God help us share abundantly! scooter. lie keeps both in top project was of basic importance cer Society Inc. They had determined faith in. their ability to
running condition because he operates a 440-acre grow and help save more lives. \
farm in cooperation with his
"The knowledge I have
:MAURLIN MURDOCH gained in motor repair and father and use of the tractor is
almost a daily task. The knowledge
maintenance has saved a number
he gained he shared with .
of repair bills, he said others. HOPE: 'Public/ attitudes changed as increasing numbers of citizens
"In highly
today's heeded the of the American Cancer Society volunteer
world a certain amount of "In our automotive tractor urge
knowledge of automotive care school, Jerry assisted me many to face up to the vicious killer disease and join in the fight against
and safety has become a necessity times in the instruction of the cancer.( Hundreds, ten thousands of men and women offered their
." /first year tractor class," said voluntary' services in the war against the disease. They becamethe
J -n ? ev 7'741&/ Platt, who received his award Charles Sarmders, assistant very substance of the Society and today provide an Army of
'ft.: in entomology, has been inter- county agent. more than 2.000.000 Volunteers 65.000 of them Flondians.
'gFLORIDA POWER CORPORATION ested in insects since he was a The /firms which will sponsorthe The "Sword of Hope" their symbol. It is the insignia of the
little boy. Living on his father's 4H'crs are Andrews, The
f9 YOUR TAX-PAYIN3 INVfSJOR-OWNCD ItC'RIC COMPANY' great voluntary health agency that fights cancer on the broad
: 350-acre farm has Given:( him an Firestone Tire & Rubber Company fronts of research, education and service.
excellent opportunity to study ; Platt. Hercules Powder
and collect a wide variety of Company; Reid, American Oil 1
insects Foundation, and Prentice, In.
"Steve is probably the most ternational Harvester.

I I THANKSGIVING It it gratifying to today's more than 2.-
000,000 volunteers that they may have had some share in helping to
save lives. They are thankful that there are now 1,300.000 Americans
I TELEPHONE AREA CODES alive today, who are cured of cancer, showing no evidenceof
the disease at least five years after diagnosis and treatment



following letter was written by Joe Parham, editor of the
Macon, Georgia, Evening News, to his son's first grade teacher
PENSACOt 0 Dear Teacher

JACKSONYILLt Well this week we turn him over to you. For the next twelve
PANAMA CITY years, in grammar and high school, you'll have him on your hands.
Next to his mother and I, you'll probably be closest to him and
have more influence on his life than anyone else except the mem-
bers of his family.
904OCALAO He's such a little boy now. A pair of sturdy legs, tanned shoulders -
bright eyes, a tow head and infectious grin. He's yours to
mould; clay for your hands and mind to fashion as you will.
He's not afraid of anything. His mind is alert and quick to learn
OAYTONA EACH His body's healthy, his curiosity boundless and his stubborness ag-

HOME AREA gravating.There's.a lot you can do for him in the coming years. I hope
you will. Teach him to remain fearless. Never mention the word
NgN "fear" and perhaps he'll never know what it's like to be afraid.
EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 1 CRLANC Respect for danger and caution and carefulness, yes but not fear
CAPE KENNEDY Cultivate that healthy curiosity he's blessed with. Let him aska
million questions and you come up with a million and one ans-
wers and be waiting for the next. Keep alive always that spark of
TAMPA Interest in the people and things around him and in himself. He'll
When calling Orlando, never satisfied.be bored or disillusioned or cynical if his curiosity's never

/LrtTtRIIIIRg Sure, you're going to have to spank that little caboose of his oc-
West Palm Beach Miami or 813 casionally. We do ourselves. Teach him discipline and respectfor
\FT. PIIUCE authority and understanding of rules and regulations, but don't
sARAtOTA curb his splnt. Let him not become a regimented automaton who
other points in the 305 area follows others, lock-step-style through life, never hunting a better -
or different way of doing anything and always being content
with the status quo.
will need to dial the 305 WEST PALM ICACM Instill in him a sense of fair play and a deep admiration for jus
you tice. Let him not be the school yard bully, nor the school yard
Plc YYIR$ coward. Show him that it is one thing to stand up for his rights
and quite, another to attempt to depose the rights of others. Breedin
Area Code. 305 him a compassion for the weak, and a feeling of kindness the
: poor and oppressed. He already knows love, and he knows Cod.
I The two are synonymous with him. Fan that glow I Breathe with
understanding and love upon that ember, so that it may become a
If within the 904 Area
: you are calling a city MIAMI strong, enduring flame. Instruct him in wonders of Coda universe

need not dial the Area Code but when and Teach the Glory him tolerance.of God's works.Place no word or deed of malice, or antagonism
you or hatred toward any of Heaven's children in that small
heart. Let none of the venom of Intolerance that any of us might
placing calls outside your home area ((904) feel spill upon and scar that clean soul of his.
Impress upon, him the importance of cleanliness. Help him to
dial the code keep clean his ideals, his mind and his body. Show him by example -
you must appropriate area or your and illustration how strong is a clean life. Build within hima
deep sense of honor, and knowledge that Integrity is not merelya
call will not be completed. .MY' VttT "' word, but a way of life.
Teach him that it matters not what a man's reputation may be.
A reputation is merely what the world thinks of a man. But tell
him that if ,is character that really matters, for character is what
God thinks of a person.
He'u be coming to your school and into your heart and your mind
1 this week. Teach him all these things. Teach him well, and
when these things have begun to be learned the arithmetic, spell-'
@& lug, and the redding and all the rah can be learned, too.
SOUTHEASTERN TELEPHONE CO. right Do now.a good job Some day you may be as proud of him as I am

I Sincerely Dad