Wakulla County news
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 Material Information
Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33429963
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BY Kathy Strickland

Cood husbandry will have its
Attention students in grades
rewards for the
4-8)) The National Honor So- keeper a city
lot as well as for the
ciety is giving a dance for you,
of country estates, farms, j
Friday night, November 10, ranches and forests. No matter ,
from 7:00P.M. until 9:30 P.M. ,
where live in the
you cityor '
in the lunchroom. Besides danc-
if have
country you a '
ing, there will be games and re-
house with its
separate own plotof
freshments. Admission will be
ground, you are a "land user"in
35 This is of
$ one
per person.
own right so the
your says
1 -" 1 1'txr the projects that National Honor
United States Department of A- f
Society is using to help sponsoran grlculture Bulletin Number 224,
r orphan overseas. Only students
entitled "Soil Conservation
in 4-8 attend.
grades may
The Crawfordville High School
This Bulletin gives the facts ,
Christmas Concert will be pre-
concerning the soil and water
sented Thursday night, Decem-
problems suburban areas andis
ber 16 the Intermediate and ,
by --
available from Wakulla
advanced bands and the chorus. your
-k I Soil Conservation District Office -
: The bands will play familiar
in the County Courthouse in
Christmas selections, and the Crawfordville.The .
chorus will a cantata
present ,
stability of buildingsand
"Born A King". The Concert your
the success of plantIngs -
will begin at 7:30 P. M. in the your
depends on the nature of'
school auditorium. Admissionwill
be free. your particular piece of ground,
its under structure and its soils.
The Student Council has sche-
Concentrations of people inevitably -
duled a semi-formal dance for
create problems of land
New Year's Eve. The dance will
use and protection. The natural
be In the C. H. S. gym from 8:00
regimen of the soil Is upset when r
P.M. until 12:15. Admissionwill
the native coverts stripped away
be $1.00 Mu-
:1 per person. and replaced by roofs and
sic will be furnished by the Kid- pav I ..... .. .
MR. { MRS. V. Nf. BRANCHA nappers. No one under the ninth ing. The runoff water behaves 1 d
violent when trapped bya
will be to at-
grade permitted
reception was held for Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Branch, Wakulla, tend. rigid system of streets and gut r.r

Florida, honoring their Golden Wedding Anniversary at the homeof ters.
The Panthers to Sop-
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hendrickson, CrawfordvWe, Florida, on This USDA Soil Conservation
for their first basketball
Sunday, November 28th, 1965. choppy Bulletin may give some of the
of' the season Tuesday
All of their children were present: Mr. Luther Branch Lawton, game December 7. The Pan- answers to your particular problem j7'C

Oklahoma; Mrs. Emily Merritt, Jacksonville Beach, Florida; Mrs. thers night, host to Wewahitchka on your piece of land I :
Sarah Timmons, Wakulla, Florida; and Mrs. Marion Hendrickson, December 14 for further advice check with
Crawfordville, Florida. v y Tuesday night, your Wakulla Soil Conservation \
for their first home of the
: game
Grandchildren present were Mr. William Vawe, Jacksonville season. District Office.POSTMASTER.
Beach Florida Mr. Adrian Merritt Jacksonville Beach Florida
; ; The Student Council is .
Mary Virginia Timmons, Wakulla, Florida; Julie,.. Hendrlckson' assisting Mr. Paine in presently obtaining -
Tallahassee Florida Andrew TImmo Wakulla JZ..
Causseaux, ; ; information on colleges ASKS

Florida; and Orlue E. Hendrickson, Jr. Crawfordville, Florida; and careers. A committee of PLEASE WRITE CLEAROne r
and one great-grandchild, William Bobby Causseaux, Tallahassee,
"' council members has written let- Nr !
Florida. ters to numerous colleges and of the biggest problemspostal'
Those serving were Mrs.Sara Smith, CrawfotdviUe, Florida! ; Mrt.
I I universities lnt flt to the employees face is illegible -
Edna Lovett, Miss Violet Lovett and Miss Virginia Tlmmons, Wa- L
students. handwriting. At Christmastime ri
kulla, Florida; Mrs. Shirley Vause, Jacksonville Beach, Florida; The Junior Class will present when mall volumes
and Mrs. Julie Caw eallX, Tallahassee, Florida.Mr. .
their class play, "The PhantomBells" skyrocket, this can become a
and Mrs. Branch married at Florida Nov-
were on
Friday night, January 7, problem Postmaster D.
ember 25, 1915, and have lived all of their married life in Wa- major ,
kulla 1966, In the school auditorium, Peyton Yon said today. ..,
County. beginning at 8:00 P. M. "The use of ZIP Codes by w

mailers does help speed up the a
CRAWFORDVILLEHONOR I processbecauaeoften if the city

ROLL I COUNTY C'VILLE METHODIST CHOIRTO and state are unreadable the 4' r.,.
ZIP Code will direct the mail to .
The following students from the Wakulla County has had two' the post office from which it

Crawfordville Schoolwere nam- instances of' woodland arson re- will be delivered. Clerks in .

ed to the Honor Roll for the past cently.On Crawfordville Methodist that post office, being more The two' pictures above show a part of the Interior of the FRM Ranch and Carden Center at 826 W.

six-week period: Saturday, November 20, a Choir will present its Christmas familiar with local residents, Gaines Street. A complete line of riding equipment, including boots, pants, jackets and hats, along .j .I

"A" HONOR RC'ILI fire was set four miles south of Cantata, "Cod In A Star", on may be able to figure out the with saddles and bridels anything for the horseman. Come to their Open House on' Saturday, Dec-

8th grade Melinda Harvey.3rd Newport Tower on the Aucilla December 19 at 7:30 P. M. Everyone person to whom the mall shouldbe ember 11, 9:00 A. M. til 8:00 P. M. .

grade Regina Oaks, Lisa Came Management Area The cordially Invited to attend delivered. ,-.

Smith, Dennis Worrell. fire was seen quickly and reported this inspirational part of Another significant problemis HUNTING REPORTS Of DON'T SHORT CIRCUIT OPEN HOUSE SET ;

2nd grade Billy Harvey, Michelle by hunters. This fire burned the Christmas season. the number of parcels delayed -
McCallister, Jackie Po- 21 acres before the Florida For- The Sunday Schoolwill presentits or actually undelivered because THIRD DISTRICTPanama CHRISTMAS CHEER AT RANCH g GARDENBill

iey, Randy Smith, Dennis Tucker est Service suppressed it. annual program on Decem- of or pack-
poor wrapping City- Eglin Field and 1. According to the Fire Department Smith of the
The Youth manager
Helen Wilson Anna Wha- Two men have been arrested ber 22 at 7:30 P.M. that
Postmaster Yon urged the
Aucilla Wildlife
Ing. the
Manage- the "Octopus" at F-R-M Ranch C Carden
Is Invited new
Sonja O'Conner.1st as suspects and released on Choir will sing. Everyone and special care be taken to see that ment Area led the field In the electrical outlet is one of the Center, announced today that
$1000 bond forthe Aucilla fire. to attend this program
grade Sally Begley, Patty is tightly stuffed
package estimatedhuntlngkill reports on biggest Christmas dangers. Justso the store would have its grand
Taff. A fire was set on December 4 enjoy the young' people.
and that nothing rattles the ten management areas of the much electricity can go opening this Saturday, December
"B" HONOR ROLL a Saturday, about miles south-
inside. Third District last week. blown
through the wires, :and a 11.Smith.
12th grade Sandra Bumette, west of Sopchoppy. Eight sep- Parcels are generally shippedin According to Ronald Wise, out plug close to' a Christmastree said that starting at 9:00

Martha Turner, Kathy Strick- arate Ignition points burned 88 SOPCHOPPY WSCS BAZAAR bags and often heavier items Commissioner, the Came and can be a hazard. A.M. people who visit the store

land Miller., Marilyn lllgood, Danny acres the before Florida being Forest extinguishedby Service. SET FOR NEXT SATURDAYThe rest on top of smaller, lighter Fresh Water Fish Commission's 2. Keep large cartons handy may register for free prizes anda

packages. The postmaster encourages official estimates of the game and p1.ce wrappings and ribbons chance for the pony that will
11th grade John Taylor.9th Investigation of the fire is con- mailers to be a bit harvest for November 22 I
Woman's' Society of through into them as soon as they ac- be given away Saturday night.
grade James Duggar, tinuing. Christian Service of Sopchoppy cautious and insure all pack- November 29 were cumulate. Added to the regular line of

Sandra Wetherington, Darlyne Residents of Wakulla County Methodist' Church announces ages. St. Regis 48 squirrels and 3. Watch for frayed electri feeds, seeds, fertilizers, insect-

Wildern. are requested to cooperate with their annual Bazaar on Saturday, All parcels should be addressed 102 quail hunting pressure light. calcordsand remember that old icides, etc. carried by F-R-M,
8th grade Deborah Coxwell law enforcement officers
anc December 11, 1965. on only one side and should Blackwater- deer, 8 turkeys, wiring deteriorates. Always use is a complete line of saddles,

Cary Henderson.7th County Ranger Lollie to' prevent Homemade articles will be on have the address written some- ISOsqulrrels and 600 quail; U.L. approved wiring and lights. bridles, blankets, bar.,stn. pants,
grade Linda Lawhon continued woodland Report -
Russ. all control bums display to be sold beginning at where on the Inside of the package hunting pressure light. Eglin 4. Never use cotton batting around jackets, hats, and other riding
Cindy to Ranger 2:00 P.M. A supperwlll be serv- in case the exterior wrap- Field 250 deer and 100 wild the tree unless it is mark- equipment.The .
6th David Brown he assist in safe
grade Ter-
so can a
ed beginning at 5:00 P.M. ping should come off. It Is a hogs; hunting pressure heavy. ed as being treated. This applies shoppers will also find a
esa Crawford, BettyCreene, burning, and report all wildfiresas There will be a choice of ham good idea to also enclose a list Gaskin 8 deer, 3 turkeys, to' other decorations near line of garden tools and hard-

Desmond Greg Kelghth/Tucker, Diane Mathers, soon as possible. chicken and dumplings. Cost of the contents. 10 squirrels and 15 quail; hunt- electrical wiring or flame. ware.

Eddie Wha- of the supper $1.00 for adults Poor packaging and illegibleor ing pressure light. Apalachee 5. Never use any kind of electrical Bill Smith' invites all of the

and 50* for children. incorrect addressing accounts 1 squirrels 350 Wakulla County visit -
5th grade Marsha turkey, wiring on an aluminumtree. people t
Rebecca Posey, Luther Jemigan Rawls. HELP GIVEN TO The public Is cordially Invit- for about half a million undelivered quail, 52 ducks, 23 doves and I this new store, located at

4th grade Angela Evans, Sa- LITTLE GIRL ed. parcels each year. 2 snipe;hunting pressure heavy. I 6. Floodlight or colorwheelare 826 W. Gaines Street this Satur-

rabeth Morrison' Raymond Liberty 21 deer, 2 turkeys, only safe methods of lightingan day, especially members of the

Smith, Denna Jo Whaley. .The plight!! of' a little five year 2 65 squirrels and 35 ducks; hunting aluminum tree. Wakulla County Horsemen's As

grade-Alice Cherry, San- old Tallahassee girl who is in pressure average.LeonWakulla 7. Keep fresh tree and greenery sociation.

dra Davis, Kathy Green, Car- critical condition from open 1sr 9 deer, 3 turkeys as moist as possible. It Is

men Pelt, Cindy Pigott, Cindy heart surgery in a Miami HospI- I and 1 bear; hunting pressure wise to stand your tree In wet

Strickland, Gene Strickland, tal Is the concern of some people average Aucilla 48 sand or water. JAYCEES SPONSOR

Jack Townsend, Danica Welford. in Wakulla County.The deer, 39 turkeys and 432 squirrels 8. Flameproof your trees by TOYS FOR NEEDY

2nd grade Sylvia Fountain' daughter of Mr. and Mrs.C. i ; hunting pressure average. following method MIx 90z.

Beverly Cowdy, Phyllis Hedley, R. (Rudy)Rogers was in des Telogla Creek 9 deer, 5 turkeys borax, 5 oz. boric acid, 1 gaL CHILDREN PROJECTThe

Sheryl Nazworth, Mark Oliver, perate need of blood following and 120 squirrels; hunting water, 1/4 tablespoon low suds

Sonja Council, Donna Mathers, surgery and aa appeal.went out pressure light. ing detergent, such as Dash or Wakulla County Jaycees

Marilyn Raker, Vicky Strick- to the F. S.U. campus for help. I Point' Washington 6 deer, All. Spray tree with this mixture are sponsoring a project to provide -

land, Terry Posey, Bonlta Stoke- The Delta Chi fraternity! responded 520squlrrels, 135 quail, 95 ; really saturate It. Will toys for needy children.

>/. with 13 pints of blood. ducks and 205 wild hogs] hunt- not cause color to turn. This is a worthwhile project

1st grade- Naomi Cherry, Richard Mrs. Rogers, the child's mother ing pressure average. I 9. Do not run electric trains which the Jaycees intend to

Green, Clay Oaks, Ronnie who works as a waitress at The season totals: 821 deer, around a tree. U extension cords make an annual .affair. The

McCallister, Royce Posey Jerry's Restaurant, was helped 106turkeys, 6,006squirrels, I are used, be sure that they do primary purpose of this project

Molly ShIrah. financially by her co-workers 2,509 quail, 182 ducks, 143 not present a tripping hazard. is to emphasize the spirit of giv
with money to be used on the doves, 659wildhogsand 1 bear. I 10. Many Christmas ornaments -

hospital bill. are gilded with spray ing..Any clti tens of the county' who'

CD DIRECTOR TO Mr. Rogers the uncle of Lila paint. Never spray paint near a wish to' participate la this pro

Joe Whaley of Crawfordville and CLUB flame. Always use a ventilated ject are asked to' bring their
ATTEND SCHOOL fora short time his parents, Mr. C'VILLE WOMAN'S room or outdoors. gifts' to' the Wakulla County

and Mrs. Willie Frank Rogers, TO MEET MONDAYThe 11. Plan your work to avoid I News office. A suitable toy

Wakulla County Civil Defense also lived in Crawfordville. rushing and possibility of an unnecessary would be of one dollar variety

Director W. S. Schley will attend Anyone with the Christmas Crawfordville Woman'sClub fall. and gift wrapped. The distribu-

a nationwide. school' on Spirit.who wishes to aid this family will hold their December 12. Candles should never be tion of gifts will be under direction

emergency treatment and trans- may contact Mrs. R. E. meeting Monday night, December used on your tree. Angel hair of the Jaycees.Mr. .

portation of sick and injured. Whaley at the county Jail. 13th, at 8:00 P.M. and snow spray can be flam-

The school will be conductedat This will be the annual Christmas mable, U used together. You

b" the Miami City Auditorium party. All members are ,mayuseone on a tree, but never
; on December 10, 11 and 12.TheAmericanAcademy. attend and dol-
Barbara 'cOO'per'ark of the urged to bring a both. s I .. '
I 'IJ. "
Surgeons will the of' Cypress Gardens' Ha., water I lar gift to exchange. 13.. Use hurricane lamps overyour ., William: D. Walker and
sponsor propara. ski team candles if wed in
won the gold medal a* a cen- Ferrelt
Mrs. are
Dr. M. D. Miller will women's world slalom! champion Mary patientsat
be la charge. in October as 28 nation- In the telephoto lens this week Is a most unusual pine tree locatedon terpiece. Tallahassee Memorial Hospi-

: water skier competed in Australia the Lower Bridge Road about one mile from Crawfordville. tal.
I Does anyone know of any other of' natures oddities?

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-- Dr Keuper add raff shoulder to the Canaveral Division, Mart
2 WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS I MINUTES OF WAKULLA NOTICE TO BIDDERS TOM ADAMS NAMED stated the that College the College welcomes wheel to help build"Brevarf EnSinearlng Company, it Vice-Chalrmai
Thursday, .DtCEMBS B, Des supporter of higher CoUege. and K. M. McLaren, Asslstai
COUNTY this in- Robert E. Payne, Director, the Director
Notice Is hereby given that the its Board and i. Dr. to Croup Eastei
Board of County Commissioner Board of County Commissioners Dr. Jerome P. Keuper, President education deed fortunate iu to have his services Eastern Test Range Office, Aerospace also- Test Range Office, Aerospac
of Wakulla County met of Wakulla County will receive of Brevard! Engineering College available. Corporation, was Corporation, is Secretary of th
WAKULLA this date In CrawfordvlUe with sealed bids at the office of the Melbourne, Florida, announced Secretary Adam was awardedthe elected tDent nCClarkfProjecte Board.
Clerk of the Circuit Court the election of of G.
following pMientt in today Degree, Doctor ees
COUNTY' Honorary Missile Test
NEWS'G I Willard Carter, chairman, Crawfordvllle up and until the Honorable Tom Adams, Sec- Education, by B"1 for RCA*
Space the
I eorg. Young vtoe-chaimun, 10.00 o'clock A.,.R, January retary of State of the State of College In 1962. Project is Chairman of
T.Irph.ae. WAlHUI -WIVlrrlnU William D. Walker,. Ralph 31'dj) 1966, and then opened and Florida, as a member of the sixteen Engineering accepting election to the board, O. E. Tlbbs, Vice Pre-
Strickland and John L. Davis, In open meeting for the following member Board of Trustees Board, Adams stated in part, '1 sident and General Manager,

Commissioners Moody Pearce, servlcer and materials. am proud to have this opportun-
Clerk; J. H. Hudson, County Furnishing of Plant, Labor,
kir.ht1er. Frill*. Attorney;; W. R. Taff, Sheriff. Materials, Supplies and Per- i
.--. The minutes of the last meetIng formances of all work required
Frrd Klirrt1r: '1'kbiinhEntered n were read and approved. for completion and delivery of
County Agent Wheaton appeared I ownership tax maps accompan COOPERATIVE Inc.
at Crawfordvilt* Florid; before the Board and recommended iedbyaopertyownershfp cards. TALQUIN ELECTRIC ,
that the Board hire Scale of Maps Urban 1 Inch =
*e terond 1:1.: .. matter. Suburrlp 200 feet Ruralt 1
Mrs. Janice Harvey as secretary inch 400 J1
tinn,.tel'P-OO peryost"' tothe County Agent, and it was feet.
I o ordered. Submit additional bid for aer- THANKS
Tax Assessor Ferrell appear tal photos for entire county says .
ed before the board and discussed (photographic tax maps). Scale .
1 inch 400 feet. Photos be
for a considerable time, ( to
the tax assessment problems of separate from plats). MEMBERS THIS YEAR
WILLIAMS the county. The Board reserves the rightto
The Board authorized the Tax reject any or all bids and to
REALTY Assessorto advertise for bids for award to the best Interests of BY MAILING OUT THE
platting county for tax assess- Wakulla County.
ment purposes. Bids to be open- Board of County Commissioners 1
Reg. Real Estate Broke \ ed January 3, 1966 at 10:00:

St. Marks Fla. o'clock A,M. Wakulla County THIRD PATRONAGE
The Board authorized the Moody Pearce, Clerk
Phona f" 74I I IREACESTATErALL chairman to sign warrant In favor It-12/9,
of Clinton Pigott when new
TYPES county warrants are received CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH
Associate: The Board requested the Clerkto NEXT WEEK m
write the SRD and request
Hatcher. Sr. additional caution signs placed Eloise Harvey, Manager
Phone M 63201 along SR 369 where same intersects
US 267 and where SR Monday December 13
61 Intersects US 267. Signs to Mat Bails year, checks totaling over $23,500.00 went out to members
be placed where can be seen Mashed Potatoes

If You Meed. from all ways, or directions Broccoli .
The Board appointed Mr. William Apple Crisp -
who had
Office Supplies D. Walker as liaison Officer Bread ButterMilk active accounts in 1951.

Office Furniture. or representative Welfare. with Institute -
Business Machines: The Board opened bid on recording Tuesda December 14

S.. or Call Itek Business machine Products as follows, Rock) Meat Spaghetti Sauce This Cooperative has returned over $275,000.00 in Patronage
RANEY WHALEY Turnip Greens
ester, New York, 14603: Bidding Peaches
Photostat Model 14. 18
CAPITALtOFFICEEQC3I'MENT Recorder on ,$9, 945.00; simultaneousRccordingCamen Com Bread Bread- Butter Capital to its members in the past 10 years. This is one of the

CO. 35mm, Milk
half frame cover, 2400.00;
Total Cash Delivered Price Wednesday. December 15 important of served with
319 South Adams St. $12,345.00. Hot Dogs advantages being power by a

Corner E. PensaeoiaTALLAHASSEE Quotation did not include time Slaw

,, FLORIDA payment as requested in advertisement Potato Salad
and the representativeMr. Cherry Cobbler Cooperative non-profit organization.
I DeLaney requested that the Bread Butter
Board hold bid in abeyance until Milk
December 20th, at 9:00 o'- Thursday December 16
clock P.M" at which time he Christmas Dinner
would submit quotation as requested Roast turkey 1 THIS IS ALSO ONE OF THE
In advertisement. This Dressing
being only bid received on In-- Giblet Gravy 0 1" "
vitatlon. Green BeansCranberry IMPORTANT REASONS TOGO
The Board approved the vouchers Sauce
0 0i before them and directed Fruit Salad

that warrants be Issued in pay Bread ButterMilk ter ALL
ment therefor, and there beingno glt y hr ELECTRIC
further business coming to the Frida December 17
attention of the Board the same Beef and
__n_ ___ wasadjourned on the motion of Steamed RiceCabbageCabot
Commissioner Young and the second Salad FOR YOUR, HEAT, LIGHT and POWER NEEDSI! i
of Commissioner Strick i r .
-- Apricots : :
Bread ButterMilk :4 .
TANKSERVICED Approved: :Chairman
Attest; Clerk Circuit Court
.11 Clean Out- WISHING YOU A


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EllabethAIlc Hai*. I. NOTICE
announce and the Mrs. C. E. Nazworth died Thursday morning, December moister, age 76, Lanark Vil- SnCULS FRI.SAT.. MON AND TUHsV
boy, born arrival of a baby 2, after a lengthy Illness, la lage, .died last Friday at her
Monday, December Sanford home. She had resided In
Florida, where she had
6, at Tallahassee
RILEY FUNERAL.HOME Memorial made her home forth. last ten Franklin County since 1958 and
R. L. Hospital. The child has been
years. was a member of the Sacred MAXWELL HOUSE
& Funeral\.DirectorPhone6973366i named Dallas Quinton. 74ctOFFEE
Licensed Embalmer Born in Jefferson County, she Heart Catholic Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Rhett Taff announce had lived many years In Wakulla Funeral were held
) the arrival of a baby County and reared her child- Tuesday morning at 10:00 A.M.
girl, Laura Anna, born Sunday, ren hero.Suavlvon. In the Sacred Heart Catholic
ARIUBELLE;.FL&\ November, Atlanta. are four sons, Sam Church. Father Patrick M.
IIOUIUtAMBDLANCELSERTICE!'' Mn. Taff is,the former Joy VV. Smith,and James Smith, of Madden officiated and burial IB. bag
"ZL Lewis, daughterof Mr. and Mrs. Wakulla, Paw W. Smith, of followed in Evergreen Ceme-
,WAKULLA COUNTY"FffORATST9 J. L> Lewis, and Rhett is the Tallahassee, and George Smith, tery. R. L. Rlley Funeral Homeof
SERVING. son of Sheriff and Mrs. W. R. of Orlando;three daughters, Mn. Carrabelle was In charge of FreshGrade"A" FRYERS 29c
Taff. Inez Knowlea of Sanford, Mrs. arrangements. ,
Joan Johnson of Tampa, and Mn. Survivors are he*hatband Dm
Alene Council of Miami j two Ernest Hafemeiitet,.Lanark;two T-BONE STEAK lb. 69c
PUBLICATION TO sisters, Mrs. Minnie Southall of daughters, Mrs. Marjorie de ,
PROMOTE FLORIDA' Whitman, Ca.r and Mm. Carrie Veau, Pathogue, N. Y., and
Munserof Ocala; 15 grandchildren Mrs. Denaze Joyce, Lombard, CUBE lb.
STEAK 89ci
Roger Stake,executive director and nine greatgrandchildren. Ills two sons, Ernest Hafemels- i i
of the Florida Development ter, Jr., Park Ridge, N. Y. ,
Commission,has announced thata Funeral services were held in and Ralph Hafemeister, Blue I
special magazine to promote Sanford at three o'clock Saturday Point, N. Y.j three sisters, Mrs. PURE CANE SYRUP Vi gal. 89c
Today thru Sat. Florida will be published in The afternoon at Cramkow Funeral Pauline Steele, Toledo, Ohio, "
tow Showing New York Times on Sunday, Home, with the Rev. Roy Mrs. Rose Schroeder, St. Peters- Gold CrossEVAPORATED
February 13, 1966."Thtacolorgravueeupplement. Hamilton officiating. Burialwas burg, and Mn. Patricia. Hepier,. MILK .3 for 43c
Evergreen Cemeterythere. Chicago also 28 grandchildren.
of advertising will dramatize Pallbearers were Dan Desmond,
the outstanding recreational attractions John Walsh, James Carney, Nick Delicious Apples doz. 59c
:oorgt Segal "INVITATION TO that make Florida the Jennings, James McAuley and
A GUNFIGHTER nation's Number One vacation Clarence Lumpp.
Tom Courtenay and 1daygroumd"says Mr. Stake. Mrs. Agnes JoynerMrs. PECANS lb. 39c
'It will describe Florida's Agnes Joyner, 71, died ,
"KING RAT" "SWORD OF LANCELOT" many advantages as a home for Monday night at the Tallahassee E. BELL
business and Industry. Memorial Hospital after along MRS. MARY
BANANAS 2 Ibs. 25c
"The New York Times has illness. A housewife, Mrs.
been selected to carry this Im- Joyner had resided at 3517 Fal- Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Bell died, age last PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR
portant magazine because of its Drive.A 69, Lanark Village,
nation-wide distribution, its can Sunday after a brief illness. ChristmasHENS
PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN importance In the tourist field member of the Baptist She had resided in Franklin *
OUTDOOR ON WOCDVItlE HWY. and its huge readership among Church, Mrs. Joyner is survived County for nine years, coming
Florida prospects for Industrialand by four sons, Royice, Houston here from New York. She wasa
business locations. Aubrey, and George of Tal member of the Sacred Heart '
and of lahassee; two daughters, Mrs.J. Catholic Church.Funeralservlces.
Planning preparation
DAY THRU. SAT. Today, Frl. C Sat."CUNFICHTERS held HAMSTurkey'
the Florida supplement Is under V. McCartney of Tallahassee were
the direction of the State Development and Mrs. Dwight W. Morrow of Thursday morning at 10.00 A.
OF Commission. The Pensacola; four brothers, Al- M. in the Sacred Father Heart Patrick Catholic M. I

"FINGER' ON THE TRIGGER" CASA GRANDE" Commission is working closely mon Revell of Blakley, Ga., Church. and burial
officiated, {
with Mr. Hubbell Young, South- Hardy Revell and Osceola Crumof Madden Ceme II
and followed in Evergreen I
and ern advertising manager of The Sopchoppy; a sister, Mrs. L. Funeral I
"THE FAMILY JEWELS"and New York Times, in developing Mae Douglas of Sopchoppy 23 tery. R. Riley in I
Carrabelle was
"40 ACRE FEUD" participation in the magazine by grandchildren and four great. Home of I
and"CHENCIS of arrangements.
Florida interests. charge
leading grandchildren. Survivors are her husband, I
"OUR CHEATIN1 HEART" KHAN" Samuel Bell, Lanark; one dau- ROAST
ghter, Mrs. Lillian Connely,
4-H NEWS. Long Island, N. Y.; one bro- --
Florida residents may now of Sta-
ther, George Farrington
purchase one admission ticketto Marilyn Naxworth SHOP HEREF.QR'YOURHUNTING
Cypress Gardens and receivea ten Island, N. Y.; and three ;
pass good for free admission The 4-H Junior Girls met in grandchildren.
during the succeeding year.AIRBORNE Mn. Taff's room at 3:15. The SUPPLIES
meeting was called to Order.
- We pledged the American flag
and the 4-H flag. We talked CARD OF THANKS We Give. PlaidStamps
about old unfinished business.We .
talked about cooking. We We would like to express our
alto talked about things we heartfelt gratitude to the won-
made. Mrs. Knight talked derful people of Wakulla County t
about something that MarkandJoe : and especially of Crawford-
/ Knight made. vllle, for their sympathy and t
We will not meet December kindness at the time of the I SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVE
16. the meeting was dismissed death of our husband, father,
at ten til four o'clock. and brother, Raymond Crlssette. I
refrigerators Mrs. Frances E. Crissette PIGOTT'S.'S.T.ORE'uTFDART'

and children, and : ; .
Frank Crlssette
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Christmas giving. .

Wonders never ease in electrical gifts! G'RTMM'D

A simple attachment and your vacuum cleaner

,'r airlifts one of the new non frosting refrigeratorsso

you can float it out to clean behind it. [

Or would you prefer roll.easy wheels N.ING

automatic icemakers doors that open

r- with a nudge! Fashion.minded? Some models

give you a pick of panels for a custom look-

r M colors and textures, even fabrics and woods. SATURDAY DECEMBER 11. 9 AM 8 PM

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and tens coverings in assorted colors-in sets of three GRAND PRIZE' DRAWING' 8 PM FOR
and six lamps, with additional lamps available.
Wonderful way to illuminate for Christmas then use S 11V E PONY"BR IDLE-SADDLE COMP.
to beautify your garden by night.
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AIRLINES has Instituted new "thrift" FURNCSS LINES adds an eight-day Caribbean cruise s CANCER "
season rates, effective through May 21, 1966, on round tripprop.jet to the u tJtl'Y'uda'l winter ON COMPLETION of her 1965-66 West Indies cruise
flights between U. S. and Europe. Featured in the schedule el'Ihree*tilling* fro sM'4bufiyrrnnounced. sails program from Florida, Cunard luxury liner Carmanla will ., EDUCATION
new schedule is a round-trip fare of $319 from N. Y. to Jan. 19 to St. Maartens, San Juan and St. Thomas. Rates make a special !!: !ngfl rornP l,!rt i&erglades ,
Luxembourg. Also a 21-day excursion fare of April 19, 1966, to 'satiIC '
$298 from start at $240. This cruise was added because of "heavy e and Southampton. England MATERIALS
N. Y. to Luxembourg, effective through March via Nassau and :
31. demand" for space prior to Jan.$28 when the Queen of he way fares from Port Everglades -
Bermuda was originally scheduled to make her first cruise to Southampton begin at $245 in tourist class and
from Florida. $418 in first class. ".j f' Advice To All Women
e About Uterine Cancer
What every woman should
.... .i/ i know about early detection of

uterine cancer, the form of cancer -
which will develop as newcatti

1... "':' -Ae among an estimated 1,700
Honda women during the next
4.s I twelve months, it explained in a
special free pamphlet now being
made available by the Florida
Division of the American Cancer .

An OPEN I :' The Society.pamphlet points out that

LETTER although cancer of the uterus
or womb, i is the second leading
cause of cancer deaths amonf
: women it does not have to
be. Uterine cancer if caught
To All Hushand8'.and early enough, through a Uterine
Wives Cancer Cell Test or Pap Teat
can be cured if prompt and proper
treatment i i. Riven.Queiioru .
S. I ; The text of the pamphlet fur.
ther answer questions which
moat women are concerned about
such as: what is a uterine
r1 cancer cell test), who should
r. 0 have a test), are test made
without too much discomfort),
should apparently healthy women
s. have a teat?. is it inexpen-
live and where can it best be
made. These and other question
are answered in concise simple

t\a\ TIT} tern The American Cancer Soci-

Chrlst ety advise that the death rate
Bank d \"etasae from uterine cancer can be dra-
If\ \0 matically reduced if all women
kewts clothes ould\\.e follow the advice given in the
'. '''' the eed \ f pamphlet "Cell Examination for
cad Dad atd(\t i 0"s a\ a J 1 tat"o J tee1. M) f Early Detection of Uterine Can-
D we (\ and r. y eat cer." It carries authentic information -
chtldre \t.\o 0'
rN .1 ... sod .. titsb e and is approved by the
,'t\ eaf. l's u a (\e'f't"a\ Florida Cancer Council. Florida
t is "I doctor ot z'o t 1t Medical Association and the
\\) \e \ r Florida State Board of Health.
(,; a y/3\\'
(\ / .1 "ete"e
It i is available
"- \aras eat' without cost at
eI' 0\\\1" tt a\O
\8 all American
# snag ef lss\ Cancer Society office
a rills $ in key
cities throughout
hay t (Sot eSse .1 coneyhet v5e the Plate Florida, listed in the white section .
eo' \S 9 000 \ c."a tOe and of telephone directories.
'oe 1 rt"s c.e\\a f\ee Program for Club.Wotnen's .
19a\\ sad ruble we
P .
P what or organizations
at\ suPQ money this year buy ? wishing to conduct a special
\ \)
I O v\a\ uterine cancer at
e program
ti966 Plan
lutlot'to c."age cast e one of their meetings, with free
5 D c\t.e\ c."at9 1 film showing and physician
j I the Central ur P through a
o c.e\\ta available to
1n answer questions
I Bank 'o\e'l a t art"e 0\ the (\etc year' f. ihould contact the Executive Director .
1'rke tie ,0 f of their nearest Society office .
t 1 S \tt alit .. a eateC.'o the Area Field Representative .
I t 0 pay ,0 f u +\11 taC .\sttnas r or write: Florida Division.
!r ha d \t{ y 10 \ ur hc \ta American. Cancer Society. 2909
So ke 0 o _,...Oef ; Bay To Bay Blvd.. Tampa,
r cote '
car10In9 t' Florida 33609.
t n
I 111 r t\O
I ro' l I Booklet Of
I e : and Fact And I

i \'" I Ie History Of The ACS

I I A handy pocket-size. 20-
I '. page booklet which i i. availableto
I 0 all volunteers and interested
friend of the Society, is titled
'American Cancer Society -
What It Is What It Does -
How It Began -- Where Is It
,oing." The content of the
booklet also provides informative
chapters on the Society
\ program of public and professional
I education, research and
i patient services. There are also
brief chapter on treatment detect
tipn. statistical research and concisely
describes the financial
: structure of the non-profit voluijUry .
CLUB Many Society volunteers use
this booklet for handy references
for group discussions and talks
r"Jt t?! U 'Ilit Till'" BEGIN DEPOSITING NOW Wore clubs and organizations.
It i is recommended to all who

''i'M.:: may not have a copy particu
.. and Mr*. Shopper larly Unit officers, committee
50e 50 Weeks $25.00 chairmen and volunteer* actively
e" Any StreetTallahassee engaged in other Society assignment -

Fla. $1'00; 50 Weeks $50.00 *.

$2.00 50 Weeks $100.00

Honored at more than 250 local merchants. $3.00 -so Weeks
Benefit by: $150.00 I More men than women died
of last This has
cancer year.
All charges in one bill $4.00 50 Weeks' $200.00 been true since 1949. This
Free life insurance .Ji (rear, it i is estimated that the ratio
Flexible repayment $5.00 50 Weeksl$250.00 will. be about SS men to 45women.

Multiple for husband and wife ,
Free 30 day charge privileges. $10.00 50 Weeks aU $I\M.OO\ To alert men to this situation
.4 ,..- VV and arouse them to the fact that
ANNOUNCING NEW PAYMENT PUNEffective early detection and prompt pro
Receive check per treatment i is known to have
in November
December, 1965, you may repay at little at I/1Oth your 1966. saved many live, the American
the unpaid balance, whereas In the past r> has been 1/6 the Awfully handy for Christmas or for Taxes. Cancer Society his the informative -
unpaid balance. A $10 minimum' monthly payment remain u"chnt.ct.THELEWI.S. pamphlet "Cancer Facts for
I Men.

I During the past year, these
pamphlet were furnished and
I passed out among members of
men's club and organizations in
various town throughout Flor
STATE ida. It has also been reportedthat
BANK the pamphlet were distributed
at meeting of women'
clubs so that wives could
them borne to their husbands

-, ..,:... :"I. r.rgia Ther* i is M1 ksrgeca ft
"J' r Florida Oldesi -' nll /Irv c,-" cruse !.n; r Facts form and they
be obtained
may in quantities by
requert.ICILANDIC .
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation