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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 8, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
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OFF THE CUFF STUFF SAFE TOY CAMPAIGN TO 4-H ADAPTS PROGRAMtO DOCUMENTARY FILM -- LADIES AUXILIARY OF WKULLA NEWS FUQUA SPEAKS TO

PREVENT EYE ACCIDENTS OFFER CONSUMER TO BE SHOWN AT IVAN POST #4538 ORGANIZED By Mrs. Ralph Masters LIONS CLUBCongressman

By! J.D. Harvey LAUNCHED BY NSFB EDUCATION TO YOUTH ASSEMBLY OF GOD Don Fuqua

The Ladies Auxiliary of Deepest sympathy: is ex-
Note to the County com- told the Lions Club here
is estimated that sev-
It the
Tues- Urbanization of 4H'smost Wakulla CountyMemor- nded to Mr. and Mrs. that the major task
missioners meeting; HOLLAND WONDER a tonight
eral hundred American
day morning at the meetingthe children will suffer need- popular awards program documentary film of the ial post #4538 of the Vet- immy Gwinn on the re- facing the next session of

opening of the bids for less accidents during which has enrolled T. L. Osborn Evangelistic erans of Foreign Wars war :ent death of his niece. Congress will be to providethe
eye formally Instituted the fun-
the appraising mapping almost 40 million girls In Association will be shown Monday vtr. Gwinn attended ways and means to win
holiday season
the coming in
night an organizational oral In Pensacola Fla.
platting or preparing prop- due to potentially dangerous the past 44 years was announced December & 1966 at Ivan meeting at the Ochlocknee he war in Viet Nam.

erty cards for Wakulla and Christmastree today.Consumer Assembly of God Church at "The American people
toys Restaurant on OchlockneeBay. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Zig-
their
behind
and education will rallied
County were opened hazards and that some 7:30: p.m. :lave
.
read. The bids were as be emphasized in a new This feature-length lar of Atlanta, Gal were nation as they have in every
will become blinded reports -
follows: Gulf Coast Appraising the National Society program that will broadenthe sound color production Ft.Mrs. Hannah Handy of visitors of Mr. and Mrs. age past in time of armed

and Engineering, for the Prevention of Blind- scope of the National presents the charming Department Lauderdale Florida Ralph Masters. conflict but they rightly

Inc., 67060.00 anc 4-H Home Economics pro- Netherlands in a beautiful President was demand that the war be won
iess. Inc. instituting officer and The Methodist Ladiesmet
Brinkley-Croy and Assoc., On behalf of the Society's gram sponsored by Mont- travelogue visiting a number sented the pre- and not drawn on inconclus-"
with the Church
Auxiliary a at on Tues-
5200000. The Tax Assessor lation-wlde Safe Toy Campaign gomery Ward and super- of the famous cities I small American ively for years to come
flag a day morning for their reg-
Ferrell vised by the Cooperative of that land. In and near he added.
Emmett M.
John Ferxee
W. and cloth.In
Bible an Altar ular monthly meeting.Mrs.
Extension Service for more the of Amsterdam said that tremendous -
Jr., Stated that he could j. executive director ol capital city elected Fuqua
commenting on the institution newly
Tom Green -
than four decades. made over
the camera strides were
this capturesa
not endorse matter as wards ,
the
NSPB parents
of this All the
new Auxil- chairman presided.
Assessor'sOffice How to stretch your dollars flourishing cheese mar- the past year by American
his office
Tax
(
that 17% of the more ser- iary of the
VFW Mrs. Han ladies of the community are
how to save time in ket and men in winning the
) had not been consulted ious injuries to children'seyes dignified 500-year- dy said fighting
that attend these
in the matter at all. are caused by missle- shopping how to check values old churches. In Mar ken, should deem everyone Invited to war, but that much remainsto

The advertisement appeared such as pellet how to use credit wise- the city surrounded by the it an honor to meetings. be done.
type toys
belong to an Auxiliary of the
In the Wakulla guns, dart guns air guns, ly -- these by doing';; sea, men can be seen in VFW. "The future of Southeast
envelope bearingthe
County News on November :scan shooters and many concepts will et more emphasis traditional black Dutch Mrs. Laverne Every Asia and possibly the
1966
Robison Christmas
postage
3, and on November 10. :oys with rubber bands such than farm-oriented pantaloons and wooden was elected President a- will be a masterpiece world depends upon how we

Mr. Ferrell also stated as sling shots. He cites a projects such as canning shoes. In the Hague the long with the stamp meet this armed aggres-
Officers Postmaster Hen
following
fruits and vegetables. sion. Had the Communist
medieval
that his 1966 tax rolls had recent case of a fouryearDid camera records
Mrs. said
drickson
Doris
today.
the Young men as well as and : Evans forces been able to over-
been StateComptrollers as
approved by :: boy who was accidentally pomp. pageantry
Sevretary TreasurerMrs.Agnes The special holiday
girls will be eligible to win South Viet Nam they
Office as struck in the eye by a Queen Juliana in her golden run
Coxen First Vice- is a replica of a
being adequate for Wakulla plastic whirling helicopter county state and national carriage with her royal stamp would have been even bolder -
president Lois Pyles painting by Hans Memllng,
awards. Including expense- visits tb3 ; in strking at Thailandand
and his
County as long as launched at close range court opening
Chaplain Jean Falk Jun- Flemish master of the Ren-
rolls met the approval of jvitha rubber band causing paid trips to the 4-H Club of Parliament. ; Cambodia. Success in
ior Vice president Mrs. aissance Era now hangingin
Congress and college Shown also is the ; these ventures would have
the State Comptroller's Office an eye injury which could T. L.
of
Taylor Guard Mrs. the National Gallery
he did scholarships. Osborn evangelistic cam- Ruby ; resulted in bold attacks by
not see any use result in blindness. Dr. la
McKenzie Conductress Art in Washington D. C.
of hiring any additional appraisals Ferree also alerts parents Announcement of the new paign which drew crowdsof the Red Chinese on India
Betty Jensen Histor- The which is now
; stamp
was made by Robert and eventually the Philll-
for it would be a against buying "seemingly program over 100,000 persons ian. Wakulla
sale
at
on County
waste of the taxpayers E. Brooker chairman daily. An unprecedented in pines and Malaysia would
:l3rmlesstoys pro.
In addition the off offices
to leers was designedfrom
money. sharp edges Montgomery Ward & Co., orthodox sedate Holland post have fallen victim to arm- .,..
points
truding
the following were inducted the central portion ofMemllng's
and Norman C. Mindrum these crea'ed ed aggression; he noted.
The Wakulla County detachable parts or those meetings a Into
oil "Madonna
membership Mrs.
Board of County Commis- made with flammable or director National 4-H Ser- spiritual hunger which rap- Gracie Allen Kathleen: and Child with, Angels" He predicted that the

sioners rejected all bids plastic materials that shat- vice Committee Sunday Idly spread,to every pan Childa Katie which was painted on wood armed conflict of the next
received. ter. Last month President Nov. 27, at a reception and of that ancient land. Evan- Whetstone. decade would follow this
Mary Hodges Emma Janie about 1480.
sinner honoring state and gelist Osborn has conducted pattern of subversion and
Johnson signed'ChildProtection -
national winners of the National similar crusadesIn Hawthorne Geraldine De- Postmaster Hendricksonnoted juerilla aggressive action.
LETTERS TO THE which mass
legislation Find Lucille C. Harrell. that the use of the to America'spolicy
4-H Home Economics Pointing
EDITOR: includes banning the sale over countries across Mrs. Bernice Shuman ol for the sending of
stamp
of and
seeking
children's contain- program hosted by the officers the world. ; peace
of toys cards
Miami National District greeting assures
self-determination for every -
and directors of
Readers On November HOLLAND WONDER will
hazardous substances.As
ing Council first-class That
Member installer handling.
Ward.In nation he said that fail-
9, 1966 I received a let- pan of its seasonal Montgomery be presented by a cooper- the officers and instructec means the cards will be led

ter or rather it was slid Safe Toy Campaign the renewing its sponsor- ating evangelist with the them in their duties anc forwarded if the addresseehas ure to meet aggression
for the 45th to two horrible world wars
,
under my door on a mat- Society recommends that: ship year T. L. Osborn Evangelistic responsibilities. She extended moved or will be returned -
Brooker said both Wards and the price of appease-
ter that I thought would Christmas trees not Association. The public is a cordial welcome tc if there is a return
have been of Interest to made fire-proof by approved and the Cooperative Ex- Invited and there is no admission the ment can never be met.
address.
group as new membersof
said that he felt
:ension Service believe 4-H Fuqua
you. But I could not print chemical sprays shouldbe charge. the VFW Auxiliary and This is the fifth In a
can become a more vital 1967 would see even greater -
the letter for the writer
kept in water to prevent wished them series of holiday
every successin stampsand
well made in win-
force in the city as as progress
had not signed his name. drying and causing fire prosperity and growth. the Postal Service expects -
in rural areas,if consumer ning the armed conflict In
I can not print a letter that hazards.ChristmastreesshouM. Post Commander it to be another best
education is stressed along ZIP WILL HELP DELIVER James Southeast Asia and said
is not signed. The *
name
with other home arts taughtin CHRISTMAS MAIL G. Taylor Quartermaster seller. The Inition print that it would be the responsibility -
be
withheld from
can the be kept from heated
away Forest Coxen, and District order was for one billion of to
the 4-H Home Economics Congress
public if it Is requested.So radiators
or fireplaces. Commander Hardy Revell two hundred million
see that our fighting men
in the future please sign All electrical wiring program.He Zip Code will help Sanu attended the meeting assisted stamps. with
also added that the are provided weapons
all letters that you would should be doublecheckedfor reflectsthe and his helpers deliver in the ceremonies The stamp design was unanimously win this
new 4-H systems to war.
like to appear in this paper. shorts that can cause change program in our society Christmas presents this and welcomed the group as recommended

sparks and flames. which has shifted from a year. the first auxiliary organ- to Postmaster General

Visitors to the courthouse Lighted candles should rural oriented production Postmaster Hendrickson ized under the Wakulla Lawrence F O'Brien by 4125 WILDFIRES BURN

in Crawfordvllle never be used on the economy to an urban cen- today emphasized that the County Post of the VFW. the Citizens' Stamp Advisory 58,000 ACRES IN 1966

please notice the signs on Christmas tree and all tree proper ZIP Code in the address Committee which

the big oak in front of the ornaments should be unbreakable tered. consumptive econ- will help assure on- )asses on all stamps. Many shots already have
omy.It
Wakulla News Office. It and nonflam-,' time delivery of Christmas been fired this hunting sea-
was pointed out by MRS. MARY CATHERINE
will be
a help to the mable.
great
Brooker and Mindrum that presents sent through the LYDE son as thousands of Flori-
visitors to the news office. The Society emphasizesthat spend more than mail. da's sportsmen took to the

Thank you. tol I I I good eye safety habits $13 teenagers billion of their own "Every Christmas sev- CRAWFORDVILLEPERSONALS woods and many more shoti
Wanted; Someone and attitudes should be
annually and rep- eral million ofSanta'spresents Funeral services were will be fired before the sea.
money
write the news for Pana- practiced in the home not
travel through the son's end.
12 of thenation's held last after-
resent percent Wednesday AllenHarvey
Mr. and Mrs. -
cea and St. Marks. Con- only at Christmas time but
mails. In a great many in With the large number
These for Cath-
population. noon Mrs. Mary and family of Panama
the Editor of the News.
tact all round. Aerosol
year same young people also influence stances ZIP Coded par. erine Lyde age 77,of Lan City Florida, are spendinga of sportsmen and others in
- cans I
spray containing many the purchases of routes and are handled Florida's woodlands the
few days with his paresnts
different pressurized liq- and services valued fewer times because the ark.R. Funera' chance of accidental firesis
L. Riley
DUCK SEASON SECOND uids such as insecticides :goods Mr. and Mrs. Hayward
PHASE OPENS at additional billions of five digits help postal Home was In charge of arrangements Harvey. greatly increased. Add

Hunters are remindedthat deodorants antibiotics o- .:dollars. clerks choose more direct" and Rosarywas this fact to the frost killed

the second phase of ven hair cleaners paint should and be Under study for more transponation routes the said at 2:30: P.M. and Mrs. Minnie Tucker Is vegetation and dry condit-
fixatives
Florida's season for duck, than a year the new con- Postmaster said. "This Mass was said at 300P.M.in In Tallahassee Memorial ions which presently pre-
goose and coot hunting o-| kept out of reach of children -, sumer-oritented 4-H pro- means there Is less chance the Sacred Heart Catholic Hospital recovering from vail in many areas of the
at all times. It has been
pens one-half hour before recently found that these gram received preliminary for damage to the gifts Church with Father Patrick surgery. She is in Room state, find Florida's for

sunrise Saturday December liquids if reviews and approvalsfrom because they" are handled Madden officiating.Mrs. 305. We all hope she 1s feel- ests subject to Increased

3. The season will con accidentally more than a dozen fewer times. / Lyde died Satur- Ing fine. danger of wildfire.

tinue from December 3 sprayed into the eye can state extension offices as ZIP Codes often help deliver day night in the Carrabelle From January 1 to Sep-

through January 8. Daily cause severe corneal dam- veil as officials of the a package that other- Hospital. Burial was in the Mr. Jospeh Harvey and tember 30 of this year the

hunting hours are from age. Federal Extension in Washington wise would be sent to the vlagnolla Cemetery in Ap- Mr. Wayne Langston cele- Florida Forest Service reported -

one-half hour before sun- D. C.There was unanimity dead parcel office because ilachicola. She was a res- brated their birthdays on 4125 wildfires on

rise to sunset. on the need for a they *are handled fewer dent of Franklin County December 7. protected land burning over

Hunters are also reminded MEN IN SERVICE consumer emphasis in the times. 'or 10 years coming from 58,000 acres. Each fire
Economics "There is nothing. more retired father burned an average of 14
that the second 4-H Home pro- )Dallas Texas a Mrs. Bobby Russ

phase dove hunting sea- Airman Second Class gra. unpleasant for postal employees curse and a member of the age 80, of Linden Ala. acres.

son will close at sundown Chester L. Miller son of Believing strongly in the than not being ableto Sacred Heart Catholic died Tuesday night. According to State For

December 4. The third Mr. and Mrs. Major L. educational value of the 4-1- deliver a Christmas Church. ester C. H. Coulter a-
Miller of Rt. 1, Sopchoppy and knowing that half of these firet
phase dove hunting season program its flexibility ir package Survivors are her mo- least one

will open December 17 and Fla., on duty at Da Nang 1 meeting the changing needy I some youngster won t receive Aer, Mrs. Katherine Lone- were caused by carelessness.
AB, Vietnam. Airman Miller I the gift because the .
continue through-January 2. of youth regardless of ec- ther, Mrs. Katherine
a food service specialist address was Illegible Outdoor sportsmen hunters
ethnic or cultural of
Daily hunting hours for onomic Lonergan Lanark two
PLAY
is a graduate of Postmaster Hendricksonsaid. SENIOR CLASS and others are urgedby
dove are from 12 noon tc background or place of residence sisters Miss Eileen Lon-
sunset. Shadeville High School Mindrum said that ergan and Miss Theresa SET AT SOPCHOPPYThe the Florida Forest Ser-

Crawfordvllle, Fla. His the Cooperative Extension "The key to the best pos Lonergan both of Lanark, vice to be especially care-

HANKS wife, Martha is the daughter Service Montgomery Ward | sible postal service is ZIP one brodter, William j. Sopchoppy Senior ful with fire in the woods

CARD OF of Mr. and Mrs. Her- and the National 4-H Ser- j Code. If you don't have the Lonergan of Wlnnfleld Ill. Class will present its an. since natural fire hazards

bert Anderson of 1307 Car- vice Committee expect the ZIP Codes for any addresses Pallbearers were Ben nual play Friday night at already exist and just one

We wish to thank the ver St., Myrtle BeachS.C. new program emphasizing | on your mailing list, jamin Bryan Edward Cul- the High School Auditorium little spark is all It will

people of Crawfordvllle and consumer education will they can be obtained pepper Ivor Jones John in Sopchoppy. Everyone take to set off a destructive .

St. Marks for the kindness attract great Interest from through the Post Office." Walsh James Carney and Is Invited. wildfire. |;
shown during the Illness of IF IT'SPRINTING well The title of the play IsFinders' I,
young men, as as young .1 William Dolan.
Jerry Sheldon. We wish to I in 1967. Creepers", a

say a special thanks to women three-act mystery comedy
SHOP AT HOME .
those who sent gifts oft| YOU NEED) ADVERTISING DOESN'T written by Donald Payton. FOR ALL TOUR PRINTINfNFEDS.

flowers and for the many SUBSCRIBE TO THE !'IEI!? COST THIS CHRISTMAS Come out and enjoy your- .
CALL US!
cards. Thank YOUI THE NEWS CAN DO IT DOES! .IT rmHM! self!
NEIGHBOR
YOUR; !
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HOME ECONOMICS NOTES MOTOR CLUB OFFERS SOPCHOPPY NEWS Isler, Tina Michelle Snith,
.WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS In the Circuit Court of the Second SEVEN-POINT PROGRAMFOR Sealey crum, Debbie Urge Housewives

TKCRboA?. DECEMBER' : Judicial Circuit 1Aand Bevis County CHRISTMAS SHOPPEI By Louise C. Sapp Whaley, Dusky Brown, Cecil -
8. 1968 For WaMla C tat :6rfIda.: Mary E. Write/
._. ----------------------- In Chancery. No. 1402. Extension Home Econo- Conferee Simmons, Marsha Bur- ( White House
mics Agent. A seven-point safe driv- The Quarterly nette, Cornelia Harden
MODERN COMPANY HOMES CONSTRUCTION a Florida ing program for Christmas convened at the Bobo-at Cindy Roddenberry and Ott To Curb II
outlined by Church Spending
corporation, CHOOSE CHEESE! shoppers was ink Holiness 26 Carraway, Jr.
WAKULLA
Club. ,
November
Plaintiff, There are many varietiesof the Peninsula Motor Jacksonville,

NEWS v. cheeses, and so many Emphasizing the fact that From the Sopchoppy Holiness Happy Anniversary to The Presidents t h.Association .-S,tlI",
COUNTY AiiUEN It's December is one of the Church, Pastor Roy Mrs.TillmanRudd. of .
I>. BISHOP and LILLIAN ways to serve cheese. Mr. and MHHUU.UW .

T.ltphOIW -SS01 V. BISHOP his wife, good in sauces, soups, sal- most dangerous driving Rochester was chosen today called on housw,,K i'r, ,,
Defendants. breads months of the year, the main speaker. Delegates Braxton testing inflationary '
ads, desserts, the Mr. and Mrs rlrH',, ,(|I"
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE main dishes, appetizers, AAA Issued the following from the Sopchoppy Barwick are the proud market-boycotts t I iKi-ou, h"J'
1 and snacks. suggestions to motorists Church were Mrs. Roy randparents of a grandson the country to fm]IK their
II FORECLOSURE SALE \\n'
[ Natural and pasteurized '>n downtown Yule shopping Rochester and Mrs. Del- born to Mr. and Mrs. test of the real MHTU", <"r,t 'n.

Notice is hereby given that the :processed> cheeses are the excursions: 'na Roberts Terry Barwick. Joseph trouble-high leu-l-of, KI|",.,?
undersigned, Moody Pearce nain types of cheese. Nat- 1. Avoid window shopping Braxton Barwick was born ment spending
Clerk of the Circuit Court of when behind the ch-ianch-
ural cheese has Its owr you are 30
The Wednesday, November W. P.Gullandf'r, ,
J. D. HARVEY* . . .EDlfOR WaKulla the, 28th County of Florida November will characteristic flavor and wheel. Driving a car is a room personnel attendedthe at the Sacret Heart Hospital fore the Nati nil ManawimT:spring*
on day 'ull-tlme
Service
Job
texture. Some natural Florida Food in Pensacola. The Bar- Association .
1966. at 11:30 o'clock A.M.at alert inn.ntir.iPittsburgh !
2. Be expeclally at the
Enwr4ld at Cr.fordyiU"Florid:' the front door of the Waftulla cheeses are mild, such as !'or traffic lights. Holiday district meeting held School on wick's have one daughter, said of t the hour>-

AI second class miur Sub.crip- County' Courthouse at Craw- cottage cheese; some lights are easily confused Blountstown High Beth. wives, "They ha\
Monrnte300perye: r. 'ordville Florida, offer for sale smooth like cream cheese; with traffic signals. December 2. wrong target in] 'Miurlm, 't'
and sell at public outcry to the some tangy as Is bleu Army Private John S. the supermarket 'hp"
highest bidder for cash the fol- cheese and others firm 3. Give shopping-weary Porter, Jr., is to
; ; break be a- Thomas Trice, 21, son of Mr. and dead right to h., -tirmj ..
pedestrians a leave
lowing described property situate such as swiss cheese. home on a fifteen day Preston L. Trice,
Mrs. about the shrinking ,
In Wv.ulJa Courty Florida, lert and whenever possible, an eight ] urrna! v
If You Meed. Pasteurized processed after completing has arrivedin
just
to-wit: give them the right-of-way. with the Sopchoppy, ing power of thl':1':> dollar
cheeses blend fresh training
are a weeks with the main
All that certain parcel of 4. Avoid piling Christmas Viet Nam The NAM I Pr."idem] aft
Office Supplies in Amarillo -
and aged natural cheeses S. Air Force
land situate and the U. elements of the 4th Infantry businessmen *h being bundles in
lying and packages the son J": i: n>
Office FurnitureBusiness that have been melted He is
,pas- Texas.
in the County of WaKulla, back seat of the car in such Division. Trice Is a driverin housewives in le'tuur\] \\",'r
Machines teurized and mixed with an Willie Mae Porterof
of Mrs.
State of First Recon-
Florida more parti block vision Troop C. ington feel their '
,
a way as to your anger J ji( > '
and Thomas
emulslfier. Often other ingredients -
S r or C.II cularly described as follows: Sopchoppy naissance Squadron of thedivision's
the
ti. "eh the the rear- grocery manallt'r ir. '?
COMMENCE at the South are also added, Porter of Tallahassee. He
10th Cavalry. He
RANEY WHALEYat view mli t. ing it now. He *111111' -i '., '
west corner of the Northwest such as pimento, peppers, is a 1966 graduate of Sop- ?
the in No- .
do entered Army flood of mail .
5. Try to your shop- will a tn th \It'
Quarter (NW-l/4)of) Section bacon, or spices. pasteur- choppy High School. He 1965.
ping during the daylight vember House and the n< \I ( ,j\\I'
"
CAPITAL OFFICE 9 Township 3 South, Range ized processed cheeses often be stationed at Eglin Field
EQUIPMENT CO. 1 East and thence run Easta cost less than natural hours if possible The earl- Air Force Base in Fort urging a cut-h.uk \11\\ ague,
Sheriff and Mrs. L. D.
distance of 1186.43 feet cheeses. Aged or sharp ier darkness hours of win- Walton Beach. spending,would hal' 1,'ir ]i.,,*, '
102 E. .JEFTCRSOS to the Point of Be;innin, natural cheeses usuallycost ter increase the danger of Galloway from Gunters-visited ing results in I their] "mm..'
From said Poirt of ville, Alabama,
Beginning( mild accidents and battle against: mtUim-] \;,
than nat- Lawhon
223 S, ATtolSTALLAHASSEE thence run North a distanceof more 6. Plan shoppingtrip Mrs. Rose their nice, Mrs. Jackie ,
your "If thegovernmi nt. ,
ural cheeses. Beth of ''' "
two hundred ten((210)feetj) her sister, Mary and family last
; avoid lastminute Sanders .
to
FLORIDA and ,
cheese In Eddie to spend more m ri fr"" '
Always keep
Miami are visiting
thence East two hundred ten if Sunday.We .
rushing possible. Hurry for civilian > "
the refrigerator. The len- Lawhon. prOjCr.mh 1
((210)) feet thence South two
hundred ten ((210)) feet; and ght of time cheese can be and carelessness go hand- wish Mr. Ralph same time that ]it t-1"'rd''I-' -

thence West a distance of two kept varies from the highly in-hand. The Thanksgiving Holidays Archie in Viet Nam the hOU.II, ,.
HENRY WILLIAMS hundred ten ((210)) feet bare perishable cheeses 7. Leave the holiday were enjoyed by her Brown and Mr. and all the rest of n- mm

to the'Point of Beginning; being cottage, cream and neuf- spirits at home. In the family, in the home of Morrison, who are patients to be faced with .. w>r., '.,

REALTY and containing one ((1)) chatel -- to the hard cheeses pandemonium of downtown Mrs. Delma Roberts In the Tallahassee Memorial tion next year," h. -alj\ \
acre more or Christmas traffic neea ( Hospital a speedy re- .
? cheddar and swiss ,you Unless! federal pricii] ] .
in Section 9, Township 3 which can be kept for a all your wits for driving and have overy. curbed, the NAM I hat -?,.:
Reg. Real Estate Broke, South: Ranje 1 East of Wa- walking. Mrs. Rose-
longer time. Always store prices will keep Jl'I]inr: i r i, ," :
hidla County Florida. Ann Haskett and Mr.Wood- familyhas
St. Mar Fla.\ The A. P. Geiger ill \I. .
s. cheese either wrapped In a tax increase \ "
This is the same
property row Willis home from the returned to their homein
Phone 741 conveyed to the Mortgagor waxed paper, foil, or plas- Tallahassee Memorial Arcadia, after spendingthe with less money" \\i'h] ,I' "
herein by Warranty Deed of tic, or in a tightly covered WEATHER FORECASTThe pay them.
Rojtcrt Oliver and Willodene container to protect the Hospital. Thanksgiving holidayswith TheNA 1 pre REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES Oliver dated 6, Thirty Day Agricul- Mrs. Geiger smother, .
January surface from drying out. that he felt th. M M 1",1.
1965 and recorded in Offi- The most important rule tural Weather Outlook for Happy birthday to Lilla Mrs. T.W. Beesley. Geigeris fleeted the grai".t.. .t. .'i, '

Associate: cial'Records BOOK 7. Paces of cheese cookery is, 'Always the month of December for Mae Stalnaker, Princess principal of the Arcadia of most!' of the ouH'M t ] .
N. M. Hatcher. Sr. 42 and 43. in the Office of low South Georgia, Southern MCKenzie, Walter. Rob- High School. .
use tempera- recent national ol'nor| ] *\'It
Phone lit 63201 the Clerk of Circuit Court of Alabama and Northwest ens, John Rhames, Buster
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tures. High temperaturesor which show that ] "h
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Wa fc ulla County Florida. Florida, issued by the Mathis, Ernest Rodden- ,
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too-long cooking mtlr '
pro- jority want to ell rh ]]I
Herein above descri bed berry Laura
property Weather Bureau Advisory C. Daughtry,
duce cheese that Is
a tough, cutting governm.! 'I"|' ';
to be known that
as cer- Marcie Vause Neva Strick
ATKINSONELECTRIC stringy and often flavor Agricultural Meteorologist; -,
tain parcel of land upon which instead of raring niONBSTOP "
Georgia Coastal plain Experiment -
less.
Modern Homes Construction
SERVICE Company erected a shell- Station, Tifton, ', ,. ,
Georgia, December 1,1966.
me house> for the
CONTRACTING
ELECTRICAL
Mortgagor herein. The Mortgagor Temperatures are expected -

herein warrants that to average below
\LL T1PFS WMVNCFS RfPURFD
this Is the first and only encumbrance normal over all of theTi'
ELECTRICAL (HIRING VND REPAIRS: on this property State Agricultural Area

LlfENSfD FLEaRICUN pursuant to final decree of foreclosure during December. Daily
entered November 7 mean temperatures should
R. W. ATKINSON 1966, la the above styled case average between 48 and 56
pending in said Court.
RWORDVILIE. FL* degrees. Daily maximum

PHONE 962-1391: Day or Night Mood) Pearce temperatures will average
ClerIC of Circuit Court between 59 and 68 degreeswith tl

WaKulla County Florida afternoon tempera-

Byi Is/ Beatrice Duy&ar tures reaching 75 degreesor

TERRY HARRIS 4tc111'24,12 Clertf 8. "What's the use of giving higher on 4 to 6 days

you an off-the-record remark during the period. Dally

'House tiring. ItAppllancf -you don't print a word of minimum temperatures

RepairAIsojiettricJsnkets WOULD LIKE TO BUY them lately. will average between 38 an from 40 to 100 acres of 45 degrees with early
land In Wakulla County at uvvaJ MAN OVER 40 for morning temperatures falling -

a reasonable price. Phoneor short trips surrounding the to 30 degrees or loweron

Route 1. Box 34 write Robert Lee Waff, Wakulla area. Man we want 4 to 7 days during the
Sopchoppy, Florida P. 0, Box 1636 Tallahassee is worth up to $16,500 in a month. .

'Phone. HO-2214: Florida, telephone no. year. Air mail S. M. Dick- Rainfall during Decem-

877-2167.. erson, President South- ber is expected to average EVEkYI4ODY
western petroleum Corp- between 2.50 and 4.00 occurring !
LOSE WEIGH( safely with i'.ELP WANTEDMALEOR oration, 534 N.Main Street, mostly as general

Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only to hear FEMALE from: Would dependable like Fort Worth, Texas. rains on 7 to 10 days dur- ropes Santa will

,98C at wakulla pharmacy ing the period.
person with car regarding
FOR RENT: Unfurnished opportunity to supply con- Sunshine during the
F RENT 2- big
Furnished
: nonth is exciting
expected to aver-
duplex with
apartment In Craw- sumers Rawlelgh Pro- beedroom home about
1/4
about 60
fordville. Modern. 2 BR ducts in Liberty County or age percent of
mile east of Crawfordville.
Kit, Equip Electricity andwater Franklin County For Information ; possible with several per-

included $75. Phone write Rawleig'iFLJ220518 veils Contact, W02-2211 Mrs.Margaret, Sopchop-Re- iods. of extended cloudiness ELECTJ IC gIFTS!

Miss Warren, Tallahassee Memphis,
224-6108 'day, 224-4806 eventnll Tenn. Ste-11/10.17,24'2/1. Soil temperatures during

,___ 5t-10/20,11/3,17,12/1,8 December will begin to lev-
-. ..... '" el off at annual low values.

Tallahassee Business Firms -- Average temperatures under -
four inches of bare soil

are expected to range between w
50 and'60 degrees. :' '
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,you, and I will jive you rest.

Flint River Mills One-Stop Service for --Exod.'3-lU) _

2015 s.: Monroe 877-1155: FeedSeedFertilizePoultry Take time out today and restn
I the presence of God. Thinkod' l i ico
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826 W. Gaines 2247197BdkerAlford Garden Tools and goodness.Open your mindo

So. Adams at .R.Crowing t the Mind of God; dedicate
rour thoughts to Him this day.

: Co. Light Weight and Regular PhonetiUt2', four[ constructive thinking
rAt Pate HOH'<." Conerttt Block, rings forth blessings and sets
Anything for your auto, truck I nto motion the creative activ-
or tractor. Also for your power Hanson, Wood' and
I ty of Spirit in your life and
and
lawnmqwfr, much for your bet Ind. Inc.
boat. iffairs. Think of your heart as

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THURSDAY. DECEMBER 8, IASS
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Neighbors
Refinery's Clean ter System

Wins Praise of ConservationistsThe CPEelA1S! .

R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME aR' Lt NTrl'y Izaak Walton League of America, one of the nation'
tl' RIONIIILicensed leading conservation organizations recently presented its SPECIALS FRI.. SAT.,
Embalmer & Funeral Director Honor Roll Award to a Texas oil refinery.The .
refinery was recognized for what the League called"fore-
Phone 697.3366'CARRABELLE -
sighted leadership" in water conservati'ln.Specifically .

FLA. / three-stage system cited of was water the purification.installation This and consists operation of three of a FRESH GRADE A FRYERS. L8 . . .29BONE. *

-24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"SERVIMG ponds totaling 380 acres into which waste water is pumped and T- . . . . L8 . . 79*
held for 45 days after it has already gone through the plant'scomplex
WAKULLA COUNTY / treatment facilities.The .
long holding period permits oxidation and bacteriological NECK BONE. . . LB. . . 23*
C.III"q
treatment of the water before it is discharged into a nearby
ship channel GIANT FAB. . . . . . 79*

-- .-.-... ..---- -." '.....- .-...;...:;..::;;;;.-.. ....... fowl The and lagoon other area wildlife.provides Fish a haven thrive for at many the point kinds where of water-the 'MAXWELLHOUSE COFFEE. LB. .'. . 79*

i T cleaned-up water leaves the refinery. OREO COOKIES. . 61 OZ..29Q
.. This refinery alone has spent more than $10 million since
OFFER --
iI.I. WE World War II to prevent pollution of air a.id water. Its efforts 2FOR. 35*
Ii I qnI were praised in a recent speech by U.S. Senator Edmund S. BORDENS CAN MILK. . .

I (Quality fflcmotinls.: Muskie of Maine, a strong advocate of conservation. He com ORANGES. . : . OOZ . . 59*
II mended the refinery for its actions designed "to reduce waste
discharges substantially below the levels set by public reguU-
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tions.
WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF SHOTGUN
BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED
SHELLS
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I \WF.\ \IK\IORIAI.IST ASM I KEOV' QUALITYIN (; More Christmas Cards this Year! IT tUS' MONEY ORDERSSHOP

II : E\EH\ INSTANCE. Qt'ALm' CIHFTS\lA\SIIIP, It is anticipated that nearly three and one half billion Christmas
cards will have been mailed by Christmas Eve this ,
year
QUALITY MATEHIAI.S: Ql :,\LITY W; CAN THUSTI .
the
'I largest number of Christmas greetings ever exchanged. It
I will require about $170 million worth of postage stamps to AND
SAVE
OUR SERVICE IS COMPLETE deliver them to America's fifty-six million households. LOCALLY
I II These are the estimates of The Greeting Card Association
SINCE I: THE CHOOSING OF11:.\10H 1 AL 1 IS POSSIBLY A NEW\ whose member publishers account for more than 80% of the PiGOTT'S STORE
"I total output. The Association says that the average American )IF.JARTIll
: AND lJFAIII.I.HPEIlECE: ; \ \\\E\ OFrKHOU Ol'H household ((3.3 persons) sends 75 Christmas cards or about
1\\ 20 for each member of the family. Christmas card shoppers will
: t, ASS 1 ST.CE. NE\\ SIIM.I. BE: GLAD TO ADVISE 1 YOU 1 IN: make their selection from over fifty thousand different Christmas
i card designs,about 30%of which are religious in character.The .
ii i iI'1 1IIK SELECTION: : A H TTI\G MEMOiUAL FOH yom Association says that notwithstanding the many advances
that have been made i in Christmas card designing during
LOVED!) ONE.
I recent years, nineteen primary Christmas symbols and about \ K IH.M IRIF\II, \\101 tor ru.l.01. .
I MONUMENTS ERECTED ANYWHERE the same number of basic religious motifs still prevail. Amongthe
most popular general Christmas card design symbols are BIT U: 11111PH.RUSI"i I'"''
I. Santa Claus, holly and poinsettia and \ <' .vinter scenes.
C\LL lS Toon.Ol'LL FIND 01 R PRICES REtSOMBLEHE I'g TIlE "Is kill I 1'01111FNc

:I I''ITE01 TO VISIT OIR DISPLU U OIR OFFICE

,Ii F BFHIND THE POST OFFICE .

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TALQUIN ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, Inc. .

i 11 (GUalmlla Monument c Company eel
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says Thanks .
HIONFS: 92386l( Office GEORGE RISS

I III Nlfi)-31J3 Home, CRAWFORDVILlE. FLORIDA TO ITS MEMBERS THIS YEAR


u-_. ".'.-- -.._.. __.... =- -' ---- BY MAILING OUT THE
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FOURTH PATRONAGE

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I / 1 re, wa.rC This year, checks totaling over 30000.00 will be mailed to members

who had active accounts in 1952.



: ,, This Cooperative has returned over '$350,000.00 in Patronage

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Capital to its members in the past 10 years. This is one of the
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important advantages of being served with electric power by a

Cooperative non-profit organization.


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IMPORTANT REASONS ,TO
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It's very easy to join our Christmas Club. Just decide how AT THE LOCALLY OWNED

much money you would like to have for gifts

next year. Then, save a small amount

each week. Start nowl! TALQUIN ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC.



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KLLA\-AM ENJOY TIIEM Educator Dr. Eli Gin/bent the want and actively seek
said that women today hate them, she said

many more option than men ARE YOU BEING TORN APART
and will work more gainingmore How does! all of this effect I
satisfactions than men the relationship between men i
from working out of their and women! Psychologist i
r 1scso homes Psychologist, Dr. Richard Farson, said that
Richard E. Parson explainedthe women are becoming increasingly BY TOGETHERNESS?
reason for this. The tech. dominant but at the same
i us I nological resolution, he said time fear that they will be the
has created more problems for dominant partner in the mar
males than females. It has led riage He also said marriage is Quick! Take advantage of these Second Car Specials
men to work fewer hours,tak no longer based on traditional ,
ing part primarily in activities economic need Relation hip4'!
where physical strengthand are based more on affection,
stamina relatively unimportant "The rising: divorce rate," he

They are being! paid said, "dOt'n't! necessarily reflict AT
z'. more for less physical "work, poorer marriage it ALFORD"CHEVYUND"
E t performed In fewer hours could be that marriage: M bitter .
than any preceding generation than ever, mid th'it improvements .
They have yet to reconcile have brouirh
the new leisure with the higher expectations( and more
old adage that "self.worth is discontent"
only possible! b>' hard, pains. --- --
taking work' In contrast, Dr -
/ aIMjTS -- -" Lot 2-1414 S. Monroe
Parson explained, women who
have devoted their energies II Phone 222.5656

primarily to family needs are __ __ '65 Pontiac 2+2 $2495
now at an adtantage They Radio, Heater, Automatic,

can more easily adjust to 1964 Power Valiant Steertnf $0195
work in our society, which .
t Door, Radio, Heater On
more than ever is a fusion of Owner, Extra Clean
Lot 1 1-2323 N Monroe
work and plaje '. 1965Chevelle : $1895
Phone 385-2181 VI JDr hardtop Radio A
Heater, Power steering A
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\\ are in fact just at the broken, 4 ipecd
beginning of our (greatest era 1FIGHT ;\ 1962 Monte,C\4>rvair Dr. Sedan. ., Radio$695, 1964 Ford $1395
for women," Mrs, Mary Keserlini \'- w Heater, 4-Sp ed Trim million. VI 4Dr, e passenger station
Luggage Rack wagon. radio, heater, standard
director of the \\orn 1960 Chevrolet $595" ALFORD'Sv 'hlll
110\\( LOV.: I Is \ :\1I\rTE? ens Bureau of the U.S. Department Bel Air VS, Radio, Heater, 1964 Pontiac $1795
of Labor pointed out. Automatic Transmission 4 Door. C t Door hardtop Radio HeaterAutomatic

W, lion loiip i.* a minute-when you are naifui In the future, she said, the TB I 1961 Chevrolet $895 H 1962 Chevrolet transmission $895

/: for the ,.<..liuol him to load! its pa"'Il'nr.f'r-or to pattern of women's lives will S Door Pisienfer v... Factory Station Air Wagon Condo I E Station Wagon, a cylinder 4,DR
be more diverse Hours of AND OTHER Ion, Radio, Heater AutomaticTranamtiiion t passenger Standard shift
discharge them. Power Brakes and v 1961 Chevrolet $695
work will be shorter and morn Steering;.
How |oii,.: 14 a ininute-nhrn you are askrd to flexible and far more part- RESPIRATORYDISEASES \ 1 1965 mpala $1895 Y I heater Cylinder&, 2 standard door Sedan ahlft radio A,

Mop l It\. a II"r.OI'r! on school! ,traffic. (control let time work arrangements will Door Sedan, Radio: Heater, L harp err
pupilcro-.. at the ro-!'walk emerge. Opportunities for ,. Automatic Tranimlaalon Power1962nportiac A 1ii9i59ton Ford. $795
WITH : make body; pickup VI
education will be $1395
continuing N
HOM Ion i il lIIinlll.-when need it 1962 GMC . $895
/: a >ou to stop tailored to the needs of housewives Door Sedan Radio, Heater, .
when CHRISTMAS SEALS Extra Clean one Owner. D Half ton pick up v.., lone box.PLENTY .
youngsters/ are I'lJa..in each other from sidewalk mothers and emploedwomen 1963 Buick $1095 MORE
to 'Ilr.1 and hark a ain in the di-tance? ." Anthropologist Dr !Sneelal' v.a, Radio, Heater, 1 SPECIALS BOTH LOTS OPEN TILL 1 M P.M.
1966fV' Dr. Sedan. and Automatic Trln. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE:
Ethel AlpenfeU: said that in :
I low long; i il a minute when you hate the urge to mesa' Famous OK Quality
and
the end the success posi
drive faster to make uj for those minutes you lost? don in the world of ) 196T Chevrolet $795 1.YearG.WWarranty
women vOC 'i Ton Pick-Up, 1 Cvlmder
l..., how long is a niiiiute when you cut out of work achieve will be up to them t :z 1965 CI-TRADES-

line into the. path of another rar. depending upon the amountof W ffi to Ton Pick.Up, 6 Cylinder. EASY TERMS
responsibility they are willing -
The minute tan he jiM; as long as you make it. to take on. Top positionswill \.7 PLENTY MORE

It tan 4i.....ur.. you, and the vounpMers!! traveling to only be open to women if ,
and fro from !rhool on time-.afe time. .,- ALFOR second car

Or the minute I you lo!.e-ran he multiplied hun bargains
eI..cllim..* tner-waiting ill the Emergency' ward- M.C C LEN DON FUNERAL backed byALFORDS

for the re-ulN of the accident resulting from beinga
minute too late. HOME -

How' long il your minute? 2-1 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE CHEVROLET 42 YEARS


OF SERVICE
pHONE 385-1161 Tallahassee ; Fla "Serving The Big Bend For Over 40 Years"
HEADACHES THROUGH THE AGES/

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A headache "i often nature way of telling, ui to slow down and
take' it eoiy a warning ,that the pressures are becoming too great for
comfort Throughout history man hat alwoyi don lom.lhirg when
hit head ached-for example




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1 Prehistoric cavemen had holes 2. Egyptian believed, ,that a person
drilled m their head to relieve the with a headache won possessed by
enures of headaches Ancient demons Priests reeled long incanskulls .
reveal that this practice goes tations and prescribed foul.tost ng
bock as far as 9,000 B C drink to score th* spirits away

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Medieval knights are said to 4. Today> headache victim doesn't
hey, had considerable trouble with need a w tch't brew Many people
headache) who wouldn under 50 get long.lasting relief from
pounds of metal armorl) When the Vanquish,which contains five ingre. P
pain got to be too much to bear, diems, to ease the pain and relieve
Sir Knight nay hove gone to a vascular pressure in the head at thewitch
for o special brew, same time.






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5. Locking modern remedies, many 6. In Germany it Is a common notion
Moors tap a goal with, a stick' when that if a bird finds a person'i
headache strikes-hoping that the
ailment will be transferred to :the cut hair and builds a nest with it.
animal. the person will suffer a headache,


NO TRESPASSING

According to the prominent
It's woman's
a educator, author and anthro

..J pologist, Ashley Montagu, tilt
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female is 'superior in every
respect She lives much longer
than the mall and"is constitu.
BY ROSEMARY tonally much stronger..be. OR HUNTING.

Women, it seems, have never cause she has to bear...th .
had it so good-traditionally future mmberaof the species.'
they have been naturally supe Dr. Montagu also said, women
nor to men and today they have at times demonstrated
have more options than maleson "greater intelligence," "Ever ., .
what to do with their lives ,since the beginning of time ,
-"whether to devote their uomen have been forced to By OWNER '
energies and /seek their atii. sharpen their u'its..to get 1hWo ;. "" ra .
factions in work, at home or around the male Of ('ourle. 1 <' :
activities off the job." At least, most men know that their .WArULLA COUNTY-NEWS' Jjf
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this is what three males re wives are ""aU1.uprior peapie. : er w -R- 0 ,
vealed at a recent conferenceon ." He said that men have .+ wa rr.rwe"n avr meat rJti, i .--:00.: m!. : :!J-
"Today's Women" sponsored complimented themselves by) r.rw. ..... p I I a .. .
by the Ladies Home knowing that, it took a supe- _
Journal and Kelley Services. nor man to really recognize a
,superior woman, I
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