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: December 23, 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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eRA iWPnnnVll.I.E., FLORIDA THURSDAY. DECEMBER 23 1983 '2127 Price lOe Per Coqr .


Mr. Bruce C. High, Sr. age i
I Commercial fishing fleets off GENERAL SOILS. MAP 84 Sunday
r ; passed away early .j
fl Florida's coasts docked a 178 Soil Surveys have long been morning at Tallahassee Memorial
million pound catch of saltwater used in evaluating soils for agricultural Hospital, following a short
fish worth $28.9 million at usr. The present illness.

: ports around the state last year, standard soil survey system of Funeral services were held at .;,1
N the Florida State Chamber of classification had Its origin in the First Baptist Church In Craw-
Commerce pointed out in its agricultural Interpretation. In fordvllle at 3:30 P. M. Tuesday
Weekly Business Review released recent years, these surveys have with the Rev. S. A. Coxwell 1 1f 1i
e yesterday. attracted a great deal of interest officiating. Burial was in the
"Much of the nation's demandfor in non-agricultural fields. Crawfordville Cemetery.Mr. i
fine seafoods is filled by the Information for over-all urbanor High was a deacon and a
Florida catch. No other south- Crawfordville
county-wide planning or pre- member of the ,
em state (and only three out- liminary planning for roads, First Baptist Church. He was a i
side the area) has a saltwater airports, etc. Is best obtained retired farmer and naval stores
I. fish catch worth more than flo- from a generalized, small scale producer.
rida's. An even dozen states soil map. Interpretations this Serving as active pallbearerswere
I t have a larger catch In volume, soil map make it possible to Jimmy Cwynn, Lucian
I however. view the county's soil resourcesas Deslates, W. R. Taff, Cecil
"Shrimp accounts for about a whole, and contrast themIn Wright, C. L. Townsend and
half of the Value of the fish an understandable manner. James Hammlck.

docked at Florida's ports. Last From this map and the descriptions Honorary pallbearers were dea-
I \ : year's catch of shrimp was of the soil association u- cons of the church. ,

worth$14.4 million and weighed nits occuring In the county, one Survivors Include five sons, ,
44 million pounds. can Interpret the general soil Tommy Joe High of Moultrie, sue"Y
1f rtm "Edible fin-fish caught off patterns in terms of characteristics Ga. Asa D. High of Sylvania,
) Florida brought $9.4 million that affect several possible Ca. Bruce C. High, Jr. of
i for 84 million pounds; crabs, uses. For over-all planning, Richmond, Va. D. P. High of
4r1. J oysters, clams, etc. brought some of these uses might be Bradenton, Fla. and James M.
|l $4.4 million for 29 million Agriculture, Recreation, Residences High of Crawfordville, Fla.J
I pounds and non-food fish sold Industry and Trans- two daughters, Mrs. Josie L.
... for $655 000 for 21 million portation. Daniel of Crawfordville, and
s' )t,.. | pounds. The total value of the When information is neededfor Mrs. Olivia MacRostle of
e lei Florida catch was up one per specific sites the interpre- Gainesville, Fla. ; 1 brother,
a.: cent over the previous year tations can be made from the T. J. High of Dublin, Ca. ; 3 i
: a ,41 : while volume dropped 9 per detailed standard soil survey. sisters, Mrs. Sallie McCormick,

... ,'. tl cent. For soil survey information, Mrs. Mary Powell, and Mrs. :
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o' .- I "Monroe, Hillsborough, Lee allot
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.' contact Mr. E. 0. Hammick, Minnie Lennon, Wilmington I
4 .-- and Franklin were the state's Soil Conservationist at the Ag- N. C. ; and 17 grandchildren -
... l.I' I' top ranking counties in value of ricultural Building in Crace- and 1 great-grandchild. I,

0,- (. .... ..J"t..:(f' ;:, fish catch brought in last year.In vllle, Florida.LUNCHEON .
''r "" rl"1 ,, volume, the order was Mon-
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t .Ut ':( : ..1flit f w.i|l Lee.
"Some of the value of Florida HONORING' ANCE

MR. ft MRS. ED'IN IAYNE PERUVIAN. JR. '. seafood can be traced directly 'MISS DONNA LYNN EVE DANCE SUSAN LADD ..

to applied research con- One of the most awaited
1'FERRYMAN TURNER VOWS SAIDMiss ducted by the State Board of Mrs. J. K. Moore and her events of this season Is the New LADD MALOYMr.
Conservation. Projects j cur- daughter, Ann, entertained Year's Eve Dance, sponsored by ON SALE
rently underway in the state Saturday, December 18, at a the Student Council. This fes- and Mrs. George W.
Annie Ruth Turner of and Dell-
daughter Mr. Mrs. Jessie
Advance ticket sales for
should Ladd St. Marks the the
be even more helpful as bridesmaids'luncheon announce
mas Turner, Wakulla, and Edwin Wayne Perryman, Jr. son of the honoring tive event will be celebratedon 1966
Florida State
of their are
work progresses on new and Im- Miss Donna St. Marks. engagement daughter, on
Lynn of New Year's Eve and will
Rev. and Mrs. E. W. 408 Road were wed in beheld
Perryman Croscway ,
Susan to Edward Avon sale mailorder, offering
proved conservation practises. The luncheon was held at the in the Crawfordville Maloy, by
a 3i30 P. M. ceremony Saturday In the Woodville Baptist Church. Moore homi in rawfordvlle. School High* son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ma-. early buyers discounts on Front
; will
Th'ym be
The bridegroom's father officiated. ;yn. :
Salmon Cate admissions.
, Mil will loy, ,
The church was decorated with candelabra, emerald palm trees Lynn wed James gayly decorated, and on the wedding will be Early buyers can obtain select
Matthew January
Tallahassee on stroke of twelve there will be
andafan-shapedarrangementof white and red gladioli, with white HARVEYS HONORED ON 1.Special 22 in St. Marks Baptist Church. seats at regular price for nearlya
chrysanthemums and Fuji mums. Antique fem stands held red and January the traditional singing of "Auld
The bride-elect is score grandstand events.
40TH WEDDING' guest were Mrs. E. Lang Syne". Because of this a graduateof
white menu\ with fem backgrounds. ,
arrange: I Crawfordville M. E. Twedell, fair general
J. Purvis mother of the honoree High School
ANNIVERSARYA the dance will end at twelve-
The bride in
given PANACEA CHAMBER Mrs. Millie Smith, aunt of o'clock. and Lively Technical School. manager, laid that person who
by her father, wore ,'n A-line thirty, starting at eight blocks of
She five Front
is purchase
gown of silk faced peas de sole FILED FOR CHARTER reception honoring the 40th the bride-elect, and Mrs. J. P. There will be live entertainment employed by the StateTreasurer' Cate tickets will half the
trimmed in Cuipure lace. The anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Roland Matthews, mother of the bride- and a stuffed animal will Office. save
Tallahassee of D. Harvey will be held at groomelect.Others be door The"Kidnappers" A graduate of Samson High cost of admission.
lace accented the empire bodice Secretary given as a prize.
The books of five sell for
the Crawfordville W man'. attending included Mrs. furnish School, Mr. Maloy 1* employed -
and Kabuki sleeves and State Tom Adams today announced 0 will the
medallons l of the same lace the chartering of the Club, Sunday, December 26, Pat Petty and Miss Julie Floydof entertainment. by Seminole Asphalt Refining $2.50. If tickets are purchased
were appliqued on the skirt. following corporation 1965, from two til five o'- St. Marks, and Miss Sandra Ticket.w111 be a dollar a per- Ltd. individually Orders they cost$1 each.
postmarked after January -
The dress featured a full circle Panacea Chamber of Com- clock. Harper and Mrs. Rebecca Hun- son and due to the importanceof 31 will
cathedral-length train. merce, Inc. NP 10,037, Pan- All friends and relatives of the ter of Crawfordvllle. this occasion, there will bea not be accepted forthespecial
price On admissions.
The bride'. shoulder-length acea, Florida, Wakulla County. couple are cordially invited to The honoree was presented a grade limit, which Is ninth Safe Driver Plane Orders should be addressed tot;
veil of Illusion fell from a clus- Filed December 10, 1965, by attend. gift by the hostesses. up and their dates. Florida State Fair, P. O. Box
tered bow Donald Tucker Dress for this NEW YORK-In most states
headpiece of match- L. Esquire, special occasionIs 1231
( ), Tampa flori-
ing material accented with seed Post Office Box 2434,Tallahassee suits for boys and suits or I lie Insurance Information Institute ,
pearls She carried a white BIble Florida. Purpose to con- I dresses for girls. i reports, motorists with da.Grandstand events ores
topped with a cascade bou- duct and carry on a Civic Organization iI I dean driving records for a specified The exciting IMCA big car

quet of white carnations center- with full authority to period of lime are given auto races, five days, with
edwithwhite Cattalaya orchids. engage in every business or oth- suu t.inli.il discounts! in the tickets priced at $2.50, $1.50,
Miss Martha Turner, sister of er activity permitted by the basic; premiums for liability and $1.25 and 75 cents.
the bride, was maid of honor, Florida Statutes. Subscribers: collision insurance. The spine-tingling Hurricane
and wore a floor-length gown Durwood Vause; A. B. Snyder; Hell DrIvers, five thrill shows
of red velvet fashioned on em- H. W. Amunson; all of Pana- e with tickets
priced at $1.50,
pire lines. Mrs. Carole Turner cea, Florida. $1.00 and 50 cents.
ofWakulla .sister-in-law e
the The
spectacular Tommy
bride, was bridesmatron, and -
Stelner RCA Championship Rodeo -
Miss Susan Newberg, Jackson-
four performances, with
ville; Mist Mary Lu Moore, Miami -
and Miss price at $2.00, $1.50, $1.00,
; Terry Perryman, and SO cents.
Tallahassee sister of the bride-
The comedy and antics of the
groom, were bridesmaids.Their two-hour Shrine-O-Rama, one
gowns were red velvet and
$1.50 $1.00 and
white satin brocade. performance, ,
They carried -
50 cents.The '
nosegays of red and white OUR CHRISTMAS MESSAGEWE
beauty and brilliance of
cama tionJ.
two Caspurllla Haste
The bride's
cousin, Sandra Davis -
Parade, with prices at $3.00,
Crawfordvllle, was the WISH' TO TAKE THIS' OPPORTUNITY' TO TELL $2.00 and $1.50 and Ybor City .
flower girl, and Michael Wood
Panama City, nephew of the, THE READERS AND THE ADVERTISERS OF THE Illuminated Casparilla Night
Parade with $1.50
groom, was the ring bearer. WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS HOW MUCH WE WISH EACH $1.00 and 50 cents.prices

the Don best Hagler man., Wakulla Ushers,were was OF YOU AND YOUR FAMILIES. A MOST HAPPY AND Free shows will include the

Charles Turner, brother of the JOYOUS CHRISTMAS' AND A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR queen Kiddy Show.FAMILY pageant. and the Shrine
bride; Lonnie Lynn; Ronnie
Faircloth and Waldo McCuffey,


Mrs.reception Ceorge at Wood the,church Panama with City DURING' THIS' HOLIDAY' SEASON TO REFLECT ON CITIZENSA

sister of the groom; Mrs. THE TRUE MEANING' OF CHRISTMAS AND BE HUMBLY recent story in the Newt

Waldo McCuffey; Mrs. Joyce THANKFUL THAT WE HAVE THE PRIVILEGE. OF CHOOSING' told of the difficulty of a fami-
Gushing cousin of the bride; ly whose young daughter hat
Mrs. Peggy Mammons; Miss OUR OWN DESTINY. ; A GIFT' MAKE POSSIBLE THROUGH had heart surgery.It .

Sally Oaks; Miss Jill Cushing, CHRIST.. WHOSE FIRTH' WE CELEBRATE. was suggested by the writes
cousin of the bride; and Miss that anyone who wished to makea
Becky Ann McCuffey, assisting. contribution toward the wel-

Out-of-town guests included AGAIN' WE SAY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY fare of this family could leave
the bride's
grandparents, sam with Mrs. R. !. Whaleyat
and Mrs. M. J. Nowling, and NEW YEAR. the County Jail.
Jeff Nowllng, Milton, Florida; It Is with satisfaction that we
Mrs. Hubert Turner, Jasper, Virginia' M. Kelghtley." Editor' are able to report that there
Florida; and Mrs. M. 1.. Turnerof have been some donation
Fred L. Kelghtlty" Publisher"
Lawtey, Florida. We would like to make this
After a short wedding trip to e clear, even though the child's
Panama City, the couple will 0 operation was taken care of by
be at home at 1318 Kings Dr., the Crippled Children's Home,
Tallahassee.. Mr. Perryman is this has been only I part of the
with the U.'$. Air Force, stationed heavy expense.,placed on the
at' Crost City, Florida, Y family.The .
: and Mrs. Ferryman is a Third contribution that have
Crade Teacher at Sopchoppy. I been received certainly have

beenahelp and a ay more
should be sent or taken to either -
0 Mr. or Mrs. Carlton Whaley.
We provide this information
strictly with the thought in
mind that any effort made by
The New in this instance has
an importance to the public
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Unto you is born this day in the city .' ...
of David, a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord." To N"
humble shepherds keeping watch over their flocks in ::

starlit fields the triumphant message of the herald angels ::
burst forth in fullest glory. And for the Wise Men from afar, '.
the brilliant light of a Star shone in the heavens,guiding them on their
way.Then to the sacred manger, shepherds and Wise Men came,to worship
and rejoice. Each year, as we hear the Christmas story and welcome anew the '.
Christ Child in our hearts,we find a new meaning for life,a new hope for the future. ,... .
For Christmas is not an ancient tale of bygone time. Christmas lives. Christmas is now.
Christmas is ever wondrous,ever radiant with joy and promise. May all its blessings be yours. .

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The Sixth Grade elected their
class officers for the third fix .
weeks period. They are: President -
Greg Kelghtley; Vice
President, Clifford Smith; Sec-
retary, Diane Mathers; Treasurer -
Kathy Harvey.
The birthdays In December
ores Marsha Bumctte, Patty ?
McKenzie, Kathy Harvey, Joseph i 1t

Wewelcome Walker. Joseph Walker to fr f
I our class from Derby, Kansas. r
j i We're thankful to our mothers
fora very nice Christmas party.
We wish for everyone a very y
Merry Christmas and a Happy 1
New Year.

I (!!1}t0tttt&0tUtt Pand once again

w I; we pause to wish good friends all the special

joys and blessings of the season. May

your Day bring an abundance of happiness and peace.

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opportunity to come into your homes '

at this joyous time, with our thanks for your ;

patronage, our greetings and wishes that

c:4 you may enjoy the very best the Mt

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!0- .f.i :i: : 1"- ;. w +Y4 INFORMATIONThe SOCIAL Social SECURITY Security: District :

; Office for this area is locatedat
306 West Jefferson Street
(Post Office Box 429)), Talla-
fj hassee, Florida.If .
you wish to file a claim or
t tllJ youhave any questions about
Social Security, visit the office -
Charles in Tallahassee or contactus
Jack Ashburn Jr.rif by mail. The office is open
Monday through Friday from
".......-- 8:45 A.M. to 5:00 P. M., except .
National holidays. (Telephone
i' 222-3315)). III '
] I More and more persons in this
Wilson 1 Tom Kelly area are applying for social iA ;
security retirement benefits as
soon as they reach 65, even
: ( though they still work regularly -
Frank White, social security A trr
l t district manager in Tallahassee
.t,.1. reported today.
4 ,, .J w "We are pleased that so many it In
are heeding our advice to applyat
Aaron Wig Intonlluhe } 65. Others who are eligiblebut
Harry Boyd have not applied, should fir! m rJstivity; the air
take a close look at the exper-
'I iences of these recent appli- : all about us...
t N cants, White continued. spirits
soar and the
I Some were surprised to find r f
Ibble that their earnings permittedthem mood is joyful as Christmasis
to receive some benefitsthis v'
Jack Ashburn. Sr.Johnnie year. is greeted once more.
Others, as they expected, are .
earning too much to receive i Happily we participate in
any benefits this year. Evenso }
1 White added, they know the celebration to let
: how much their will e-
each and of know
be when they do retire. Now, every one you
9 Willis all they need to do Is not.'. how wonderful a year you'vemade
the social district office
K security -
Cliff Roberts ] when they stop working to it possible for us to have.:..
K I get their benefits started.
Several applicants thought and how very much we appreciate

they might lose credit for future your loyalty and friendship.THE
tfr earnings If they applied
.j). Mull I I before they had quit work.
:heI' Griffin Theywere assured there are no
disadvantages in applying at
RIM '. a 65. The benefit rate, estab-
lished when the application Isfiled
will be refigured auto-
yiatlcaUy after each year In
Set which earnings are reportedthat
I would increase It.
Any Insured worker now 65 or
Roger Strickland I over should apply without delay.
I Even If he gets no monthly pay
I ments at this time, he will Insure ,and Trust Company
he has the full
protection MCMat _F.0.I.C.CALHOUN
available under the new Medi-
0, M I i care, or health Insurance program AT JEFFERSON
r Slappey which is effective next

' July.Just come in, telephone, or i"

l. _ALFORD CHEVROLET co. I i l write the district Tallahassee office.social security .


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FOR SALEt Old L. C. Smith
THURSDAY. DECUBCX 23. Jill I typewriter in good condition. I FOR SALES Apartment size gas
$20.00. Wakulla County fowl, I stove and refrigerator, $30.00 .
I WA 63301. each, or will trade one for ri- FHP
verboat. Pair of ihrlmp %
WAKULLA boards, chains, topes and lead,
\ $5.00. ............... :
COUNTY ,;NEWS Industrial Fatalities ment of
FOR RENTS Nice furnished cot 15
''T--WA..WIlI. NEW YORK Factories in tage on river In Sopchoppy, predicts and ..., anas
the United: Suits were later $30.00 a month.
begins at 6:
than ever in,1964.according I *0000000000WANTEDt
t.. ,Jitutfante'Mornution, In. An old 17 or '18 Sunday
protect your
TlrWa......., I yiuM.eFredyKeigitky .titute. ss the rate of industrial cooking stove. Christmas
i faulitici dropped to an anytime R. WALTHALLP. live to !
l'abae. 1 lowed 21\,per.100.000 workers a,BOX.187sOPCnOPPy
(ITbeworu yea kt the put quarttrr. FLORIDA
IF....... attAast.NvWnllrMrldls .cealvryvwa*{1940;,when the
i rite wit SU per 100,000.
tcfond class matler.'SatwN'Ion |
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HENRY WILLIAMS much 4 our success

REALTYReg. ? :: i : sincerely GULF' SERVICE appreciative.

Real E.tat/Brok/ : : ,
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St. Marks. Fla.

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Phone WA 6-3201 1

\ Wishes
If You Need. i

.'Office Supplies to All !
Office Furniture r tl
Business Machines


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Corner E. PeasMoU :

TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA ;).; ..4iJOt express our appreciation
May you and yours '
filled with joy.
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In the true spirit of the season, we wish you all the ,

of the holidays. the ever new delights of

times and good cheer, and the gladness of

And,in a spirit of sincere gratitude,we wish to "FLUFFY"i IAlS
SERVICE.TANK for your favors and friendly good will. Each

**Clean o tRepair makes us appreciate more deeply how MON. AND TTUES.

New Installation

The TelephoneTallahassee Best-'- For LesE / / -

877-1773 I '5
after 6:00: p.m. "Bi ,

NEWS \ ,i i 49C

BINDER electric sewing machine
In console cabinet .
like new
(8ews forward and reverse. AH : (!|Ib. 45c
attachment for making but
tonholei, all-rsgg4tg and fancy
stitch: deigns Fully luaran I :29c
ed. Can be seen In your area. *
Make eight monthly payments
of lUi or will discount for 69c
cash.122 8. Clearwater Write: Credit Road Manager largo. ,' R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME .. .

Florida. Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director
"nIB. :CAN 27c
Phone 697.3366
A 12 OZ. 29c '
WAN rED Elderly white widow CARRABELLE, FLA.
dukes companion to do light HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"
housekeeping and live In her can,.,4 {If or 49c
home. Needed by January 1. ;
Address Box 366, Tallahassee. SERVING WAKULLA COUNTY ANY 59C
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FEEDS !|gjI | Cmpital's T Now
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Balcer-Alford Co. Cr-'q

"I'''P.rw IJo.c'Aeything 222-4S12 I '
for your auto, trunk
Light WngktCmerttt ortimetor. Also for roar power .
;fOflr, 1 I Uwnmoww boat ,and much tat JOur.

Hanson Wood and. 208 N......8R Pty E2343O ; .
Hoel Ind.; Inc. Capital Stone Co.
s.Adams St.at 4-Polnts
el.122-6840 P.O. Box Mlbe. Sine, 1000MARBUI .

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1 glows the Christmas story, .to tell of a 1 1r

'\ time when Wise Men brought rare and precious gifts, g

;.IrI i\ \ to symbolize their adoration for the t R ; *" 4
Child that lay in a manger. May you
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IVAN rood cheer' I
Up hill, down dale we go to spread glad tidingsof
joy and festivity'! It would take ten coaches to hold

all the good wishes we have to give our good .f

friends and patrons for a most happy and hearty holiday () ; ...

season and many, many more still to come! \ WAKULLA PHARMACY j l'f

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A jolly salute to all and

a hatful of cheery greetings

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May. your Christmas be bright and merry.

,. ,, ;:":<:'.hanks. to all our friends for their

:.:. )' loyalty.. ) A happy holiday to you all !

.. J hit Holy Christmas brings ,
again its spiritual blessings and grants us once
more the opportunity to unite in our prayers lot peace among all men

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A. Brice, publisher of the
Lake Weiss Newt, has been
sending you ". honored by Florida Power Corp-
our very best at oration. recognition
Christmas of the many yean of:
4 service performed as director of
i1 Florida Power Corporation, the !
\S"es I board of director has adoptedand
passed a resolution naming
Brice the company's first "Dir !
-feS\ot ector E m'r 11 u i (Honorary). "
Brice, who concluded a 20- 4AtD
year term at an active director
\, ., a tt\\'S( ) Ut of the company In March this
\ year, wai
\, among the first director -
......,. of the company when it
emerged from holding company
control In 1945.

CrawfordvWe, FU.


Marianne, Dec. 17Appointment
of Lenox E. Williams as
superintendent of the Florida
School for Boys! at Marianna has
c i: been announced by Arthur C.
Dozier, director Florida Division -
of Child Training Schools.
Williams will fill the vacancy
created by the appointment of
David R. Walter to the posi-
tion of deputy director for Aftercare -
()j'2A'4&7' t's t Florida Division of
Child Training Schools. He has 7 I
served as director of training in .
the School since 1962.
Williams received his Bach- M
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elor of Science degree In psy-
chology at Auburn Universityin
1959. A member of Psi Chi,
he continued his graduate work
and received his Master of
Science degree from Auburn.He .
ri, began work at the Florida
t School for Boys as a psychome- ; ,
trlst in 1960. He will assume ..
his new duties on January 1. it's> Christmas 1 '
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CRAWfORD V I UEPERSONALS EI i; to extend our sincere wishes -
t j (t i / r to one and all for an old-fashioned --- :'
Jack Henderson of Sopchoppy, holiday filled with joy and f hi ;,
who is stationed at Fort BenDIng -

spend, Ca.the,Christmas has arrived holidays.home to /i and cheer. May the / / 4

s-4 sr special happiness of the holiday 4.
Sonny Hammick came home
last Thursday from Mercer Uni- season be reflected fir '' ..

versity Holidays.Mrs. to. spend the Christmas throughout the days to come r'' BB ,, 7J

/ iy Hall Whaley and sons,
David and Johnny, from Port
Charlotte, Fla., are visitingher
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland
? 1R Harvey and other relatives.Mr. .
Whaley will join them later -
to spend the holidays.



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you for your patronag, good will anti loyalty. teachers boy, the librarian, the youngters' -
just to start theist take this opportunityto

Dee Cook Bobby Perry Ideally, you want such gifts to wish everyone a .
Grady Mothers Harold Bales have the air of Christmas, to be
I inexpensive and not too personal.
Kleenex tissues meet the need _
DEE'S BARBER SHOP Christmas tissues, white with bright
red and green boughs for teacher,
librarian and the neighbor; who gave
TALLAHASSEE you a favorite recipe, and man-size nttFVY
tissues for the postman, the news
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remember,as we celebrate His birth, / > (
that our duty to mankind is ever growing in a world i I

that gropes for peace and understanding. With j

trust in Him.. and with the spirit of love,we must renew our ., 3

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';;lope your Day is a happy one, filled -

with all the special joys of the holiday season.