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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 22, 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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THURSDAY DECEMBER I I66/
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Volume 49 Number 18


OFF THE CUFF STUFFBy i r

J. D. Harvey
County Commissionersheld
a meeting Monday -
night, but as of now I have
not received a copy of the r

minutes so will write a- r 1
bout the meeting next week. Jli.n
SSSN555555t1*

Santa Claus came a-vis-
king Saturday here In the

county. He made his appearance -
at Pigott's Storein
Medart. I think the a-

dults had as much fun as

the kids did, as he was J 1r
telling them he remem-
bered when they were Just
little ones too. I think everyone
enjoyed his visit.
Would like to thank him for

dropping by.
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Did you know that the R
United States Is far aheadof
second-ranking Russiain

electric power?Production -
of electricity in this
country is about two-and- .
a-half that of the Soviet
Union. How about that? ,
................
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Safety HintLittleTotscannot
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themselves.select parents safe toys must for SMITH CREEl< NEWS CRAWFORDIMLLE WSCS CHRISTMASBy WAKULLA NEWS

choose them. The Institutefor By Mrs. Helen Kyle MEETS AT PAUL 1C/ HOME
Mrs. Masters
By Ralph
J. D. Harvey
Safer Living suggests The Crawfordvllle

when you are about to pur- We sincerely send our odist W.S.C.S. met at the Mickles and
Mrs. A. J.
What Is
chase toys you ask your- best wishes to Mr. and home of Mrs. Sylvia paulig Christmas to children and Debra A
Joey
self: Will the toy ignite or Mrs. J. R. (Jake) Langstonwho for their Christmas get- you? is and it a time just for Ann spent the weekend of Peggy Nell Spears daughter of Mr. and Nira.: Willie
burn? Will it break into celebrated their 67th together with nine members -' giving receiving gifts, the"llth in Leesburg Fla. Jack Spears of Crawfordville was the first to sit on
or is it another
just day
small pieces? Can it cause wedding anniversary last and six guests pres- that don't have to work? They were met there by hex Santa's lap Saturday at Pigott's Store In Medart.
you
cuts or punctures? Can It Sunday, December 18. Christmas has Aunt, Nina Little, of New Some other children that were there shortly after are
be swallowed?Is paint like- ent.Mrs.. Thelma Crosby of many mean- and Revell.
different York and Hollywood, who Jeffrey Morrison, Stanley Crum, Kay Lynn
ings to
ly to chip or peel off easi- We are already having Greensboro gave the openIng many peo- Is a Talent coordinator for Approximately 75 children turned out to see Santa.
ple. Some think of It in
ly? For maximum safety, several holiday visitors. prayer. The scripture some of the big TV shows.
your answers should be no Some of them are: Mr. and reading of Matthew 6:19-: two ways, one as the day
to each question. Mrs. Bill Merritt (former 21 wa given by Mrs. I of the Birth of Our Lord, Is
Mr. A.B. Cates spend WEATHER FORECASTThe
.5M5.5 55555SS Gloria Wilson) and daughter Charles Davis Mrs. Lloyd' and a day for giving and! ing Christmas vacation ir CRAWFORD V I HE

Wanted: Someone to write of Martinsvllle Va., McFall of St. Marks gavea receiving gifts. But whichIs Tampa, Fla., visiting hit PERSONALS Thirty Day Agricultural -
news for St. Marks and are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Christmas reading of first in your mind? Thar greatgrandchildren.Deepest Danny Spears Is homeon Weather Outlook for
Panacea. Please contact Horace Wilson. Mr. and "Busy-Busy. Mrs. Nancy is a question that no one leave from the Navy. the period mi1i- ember

the editor. Mr. and Mrs. James Har Thomas of Sopchoppy presented but you can answer. sympathy is ex He Is visiting his parents, through mid-January for

.555*........ rell (former Gail Langston; the rest of the pro One hears a lot these tended Mr. andMrs. Jamer Mr. and Mrs John R. South Georgia, southeast
about the
The children in the coun- and children of Louisville, gram based on*A King Wat cialization days of ChristmasBut commmer Gwinn, on the death of hlrsls.er Spears.Mr. Alabama and Northwest

ty are out of school for the Ky., are visiting the Rev. Born." Is It it Mrs. Alma Favor, Florida issued by the Weather -
? In
some
Christmas holidays, so be and Mrs. Clarence Langs. During the short busi- is but not altogether.ways The Haynesville, Alabama. May and Mrs. Billy Por- Bureau Advisory Agri-
extra careful with your ton. ness session,Mrs. Ed Levy, hit God bless and comfort your ter are visiting with their cultural Meteorologist,
storeowners are getting
President, asked that all of and friends.Mr. coastal plain Experiment -
In
driving where children may hearts this time sor- families Georgia
hard by this view but their
be at play. We would like to wish members save their stamps row and loss. Station, Tifton,
rebuttal Is that
................ everyone a Merry Christ- and to turn them all in at they are noi and Mrs. David Col- Georgia December 17,
mas and a Happy and Pros. the next meeting to be held commercializing Christmas is home 1966.
From an old Issue, to be just showing what one Mr. Jerry Core lings have been visiting
exact the January 18, 1932. perous New Year. in January with Mrs.Davisto can ,buy for their loveo from Madison Jr. College with her parents Mr. and Temperatures are expected -

Headline: Homer Barwick, be In charge of the pro- ones, and this is very true. with family and friends for Mrs. Ralph Strickland. to average below
all of theTri-
gram. the normal over
Holidays.We
Jr., Loses Coat On paper
when
had her But a store or shop
Mrs. Paullg State Agricultural area
Route Sunday Morning. SBA LOAN SERVICES 'home beautifully decorated has In its advertisements, are to learn Dale Harvey Is home on during the next 30 days.
Homer Barwlck Jr., reports sorry
X-MAS SPECIALS this is from the Marines.He .
leave
that while his EXPLAINEDMany with candles and decorations that Mrs. Doris Gwlnn has Daily mean temperatures
riding
Mrs a big and great wrong, ant'It is visiting with family 47 and
from
Sweden. between
ill
horse, delivering the Sun- been sick with the flu and average
small businessmendo Lila Jo Whaley and daugh- certainly is commercial. and friends. 54 reaching 70 degrees -
in was unable to attend the degrees,
day morning
papers, Christmas
know how to a- izing for the)
not go and Anna assis- -- 4 to 7
tersDana higher on
funeral of her sister in law or
he became bit
Sopchoppy a k
bout applying for a long are taking Christ out 01 Dusty Is home
ted co-hostesses.There the period.
as
during
in Haynesville Ala. Mrs. days
warm and removed his red with
Christmas.It
.
loan from the Small the holidays
and black checked term was a gift exchange and refreshments Pearl Vause of Woodvllle. spending Daily minimum tempera-
Jacket Business Administration, served by Mesdames -is true however, that his parents, Mr. and Mrs. will between
has been with her. tures average
staying
and hung it over the sad-
do understandloan Christmas does not always Cook.
neither they McFall, Levy and Sanford 37 and 46 degrees with ear
dle. When he returned to
the have the meaning that it -
policies governing -
Davis. All the friends and ly morning temperatures
his home -- the jacket was neigh
is
functions of this Agency of Mrs. Henry Smith pre- once did. Not enough peo- bors of Mrs. Florence Miss Kathy Strickland falling to 32 degrees or
gone and a search did not the accordingto ple into the Christmas Ne- home for the holidays. She
Government, sented Mrs. Levy with a gift get smith wish to take this lower 2 to 4 mornings in
disclose it, as It didn'thave Mr. Jimmy Gwlnn,Man from the Society and Mrs. spirit. One reason Is that to wish her a opportunity is the daughter of Mrs.K. coastal areas and 4 to 7

his name on it, he ager of the Wakulla Chamber Crospy presented her witha In the olden days when Merry Christmas and very a H. Strickland. mornings over Inland a-
feels that someone pickedIt of Commerce.As Christmas came,one had to
copy of the new versior reas during the period.
up and Is holding it for a service to the small of the Bible.The door prize make his own gifts and decorations Happy New Year. Miss Louise Laird, and Rainfall during the next
him -- but he doesn t know' business community the but now every- Miss Mildred (Bunny)
was won by Mrs. Levy also. Carol Mickley and 30 days is expected to average -
who.He Wakulla Chamber now has al| Others present were thing Is bought. So if you; children attended her family Smith who were injured in between 3.50 and 6.00
-
is asking that who- supply of Informational Mrs. C.L. Rehwinkle,Mrs. have not gotten the Christ- reunion in an auto accident last wee Inches occuring mostly as
ever picked it up that they material on hand for distribution George Stafford, Mrs. mas spirit yet, sit down and Fla. over the Leesburg weekend., are recovering fairly well. general rains on 7 to 10
would please notify him. to small businessmen Charles Dawson, Mrs.Ma- make a few decorations of We hope they are fit as days during the period.
.1 I wonder if he ever seeking long tern bel Pierce, and Mrs.Shus- your own, and see how much a fiddle for Christmas. Sunshine during the per-
found it? Capital which explains whatto ter. fun It is. You will feel much ITINERANT SERVICE iod mid-December through

Danger: I saw young chil- do if you want to apply: better and you might even SCHEDULE OF SS OFFICE mid-January Is expected to
dren hitting electric meter for a loan from SBA and atch the real spirit of GUARDED OPTIMISM IN average about 55 per cent
with sticks at the Craw- current policies of the or- Christmas. JANUARY-MARCH 1967 CANCER REPORT of possible with frequent

fordville School.. ganization. This material DOCUMENTARY TAX NETS I want to take this timeo The Social Security Dis- periods of extended cloud-
e.aeeeeee
eeeee
may be obtained by callingat ; wish all of you my trict Office for this area is Although cancer is stillon iness.
the office of the Cham- 11,706,295' IN NOV. readers, a very Merry located at 117 West Col- the Increase, more people Soil temperatures are

MRS. EFFIE ROBISON/ ber. Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson, Christmas and yet to remind lege Avenue(P.O. Box 429)), are being cured of it expected to reach seasonallow
Jr., Comptroller of Florida you ,not to forget the Tallahassee Florida.If than ever before, declareda values during the next
Mrs. Effie V. Robison, today announced that real meaning of Christmas. you wish to file a Government backed report 30 days. Average tempera

74, a native and lifelong George Robison,Surf Community state documentary tax col- claim or if you have any on cancer research.The tures under four Inches of
resident of Wakulla County ; Earl and Johnny lections totaled $1,706,295for questions about social security report, "Progress Against bare soil will drop to between -
died Wednesday at her Robison, Tallahassee; and November. CARD OF THANKS or MEDICARE, visit Cancer," was Issued 48 and :55 degrees by
home in the Surf Community. Herman Robison of Craw November collectionswere the office In Tallahasseeor by the National Advisory the middle of the period.
fordville; one daughter, down $155,741 from The family of Mr. and contact us by mail. The Cancer Council, the body
Graveside services are Mrs. Geraldine Vickers, total revenues for the same drs. James A. Brown wisho office Is open Monday that advises the Govern- the council's report ack-

planried at 2:30 p.m. Sun- Crawfordville; 22 grand- month last year.Dickinson express their apprecia- through Friday from 845 ment on policies and research nowledged that next year
day in the West Sopchoppy children and two great said a break- lon for the many acts of a.m. to 4:45 p.m. and from of the National Can- about 305,000: U.S. cance

Cemetery with the Rev. grand children. down of total Indicated that kindness shown to them 9:00 to 12:00 noon on Saturdays cer Institute. deaths are expected, or a-
George Dickey officiating. Pallbearers at the funeral $1,666,583 was collected during their time of sickness except National holi- Currently, the report bout 153 per 100,000, up
The body will remain at the w1llincludeWoffordMc- from in state sales. An additional and sorrow. days. (Telephone 222-3515)) said, about 35 per cent of from 112.4 per 100,000

home of her son, George Calllster James Taylor $39.712 was registered If you cannot come to all cancer patients are being three decades ago.
Robison, in the Surf com- Amos Langston, Raymond in out of state sales, Thank you, Tallahassee, a social security saved in this country, Research has greatly
munity, from 3 p.m. Sun- Revell, George Byrd and he said. James A. Brown Family representative will up from less than 20 per expanded knowledge of the

day until time for the ser Alton Oaks. The collections depos- be at the Crawfordvllle cent 30 years ago. "There" malignant process, yet the
vices on Sunday.J. ited in the general revenue Taxpayers w'1o do not file their Courthouse, the 2nd Wed- Is good reason to believe, Inception of cancer remains -

A. Culley and Sons Ifotorfetf (to the> (hoppingeaiy fundrepresent paymentson noome the tax last forms day will next get spring a two-until nesday of each month, Jan- the report states"that this a mystery,* the report -
Funeral Home is in chargeof pedestrians a break MX deeds, stocks and lay extension. Since April IS uary 11, February 8, and favorable" trend will con- goes on. "in such a
arrangements. the Peninsula Motor dub AA, bonds, and written obliga- ilk on a Saturday, the Internal March 8, at 9:30: a.m. tinue. climate of paradox, asses-
Surviving Mrs. Robisonare Be alert lor fliem. and give them. tions to pay money, such as tevenue Service usually elves tax- As expected however,
five sons. Preston and the. t-4lf-wa1 wherever pcaabte. notes and contracts. yen until the next business da;; (Continued on page 4)




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In the Circuit Court of the Second In the Circuit
OUN'tEWS Court of the Second BRAREN WRITES
\ JACKIE
\ (VILA
Judicial Circuit of Flori- ,
Judicial Circuit, In and
da, In and For Wakulla Coun- ABOUT LIFE
For Wakulla Florida.In .
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 32. J968 County,
ty. In Chancery. Chancery. No. 1404. Mrs. Joyce Howard Crawfordville High School English
,
Municipal Printing Company, Modem Hones Construction teacher this assignment to a class: write about l
Inc., a Florida corporation, Company, Florida gave "
a corporation
truth It.
Plaintiff or reality as you see
{
WAKUUACOUNTY VI.Charlei Plaintiff, Jackie Braren wrote about the world as a continuous f
v. make a better
circle of desperately to
one man trying
Shoaf and hit unknown
Amos Green and Eula M. Green beginning -
time this man was
I NEWS ponce, if any, Defendant. his wife, Defendants. world and to life realize, yet the at the repitition same and monotony of life.

T.U hoiwWA4niitMS | NOTICE OF MORTCACE ""
I SALE FORECLOSURE SALE the hidden frustrations experienced by humanity. The
student writes of life---yet the main point is death.
Notice li hereby given that the Notice Is hereby given that the

i) undersigned, Moody Pearce undersigned, Moody Pearce "THE ABSTRACT REALITY
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Wa- Clerk of the Circuit Court of

kulla County, Florida, will, on Wakulla County, Florida, will,
We wither in the wind and we reach up to the sky,
the 10th day of January, 1967, the 4th of 1967
on day January, ,
In the screaming conservation .Jid the superficial sighsAt
at 11.00 o'clock A.M. atthe 10:00 o'clock
at A.M. the
at
J. D. HARVEY .. .. .EDITOR Eastern front door of the Wakulla front door of the Wakulla County the highpoint of our lives.
County Courthouse at Craw- Courthouse at Crawfordville, So, we sit all torn and mauled.
CnUrtai *t Crawfordvill, Florid fordvllle, Florida, offer for tale Florida, offer for safe and sell Our hearts all full of fear. So, we go out in the world...
tecond elwt matter Subicrip and tell at public outcry to the at public outcry to the highest Our souls yet to be tossed.
k jon rate: 13.00 per year. highest bidder for cash, the following bidder for cash, the following And we wither in the wind and we reach up to the sky.
described property situ- described property situate in Wa In the screaming conversation and the superficial sighs
ated in Wakulla County, flori- kulla County, Florida, to-wit: At the highpoint of our lives.
da, to-witt Begin at the Northeast connor
Lots numbered Five ((5)) and of the Southwest You and r
If You deed Quarterof your ephemeral rightsMe
.
Ten ((10)) in Block "D"of the the Northwest Quarter and
Town of Crawfordville, Florida my fading wrongsWe
(SWl/4 of NW1/4) of Sec-
Office Supplies sit up in our blinded thrones
Office Furniture as shown by map or tion Eighteen ((18)), Town- Our death yet to be crossed.So .
plat thereof of record on page ship Three ((3)) Sotth, Range
Business Machines 572 of Deed Book "C G D"of One ((1)West and run East a
Srt or Call the public records Wakulla distance oftwo hundred we wither in the wind, and we reach up to the sky

County, Florida. Also, the twenty ((220)) feet; thence In our screaming conservation and the superficial sighsAt
RANEY WHALEY following personal property, South a distance of one hun- the death of our lives k,;

to-wit: ninety-eight ((198)) feet; e ,
CAPITALtOFFICEEQUIPMENT 1 model 8 linotype ma- thence West a distance of two Jackie Brarer

CO. 49461rone chine bearing 1 serial 15 Chandlerand number hundred twenty ((220)) feet; 1F
x
thence North a distance of
Price press with Kluge hundred
one
102. b. JtFFBbCN: feeder. I Pony Miehle Cy ninety-eight
((198)) feet to the Point of Beginning -
223 S. ATAMSTALLAHASSEE. linder Press, 1 Miller's saw S I
: ; containing one ((1)) ,
3811 1
trimmer # Liberty
acre, more or less.
FLORIDA folder #A 7136, 1 Addresso- This is the same propertyas
graph machine #117618, 1 conveyed to mortgagor Y --
file cabinet, 1 double type herein by Warranty Deed of .u
rack, all type, linotype me- Franklin F. Green and his
HENRY WILLIAMS tal and incidental composing wife, Pearl Green, dated A-
stones, reglets, lead, Ink, pril 4th. 1964 and recordedin
REALTYReg. and paper; one 26 inch paper Official Records Book 5. MISS GRAY WEDS MR. GODFREYMiss
'cutter Idesk, 1 L. C. Page 253 in the Office of
Smith typewriter, 1 cut off the Clerk of Circuit Court,
Real Estate BrokerSt. saw and all other equipmentand Wakulla County, Florida. .M Dorothy N. Gray became the bride of Walter P.
supplies now used in the Herein described propertyto Godfrey, Jr., at three o'clock in the afternoon on Satur-
Marks Fla. operation of the Wakulla be known as that certain day, December 17, 1966. The double ring ceremony was
Phone 741 I County News. Also 2 gas parcel of land upon which performed by the Rev. W. F. Gray, the bride's father,
tanks 2 heaters
one
gas Modern Homes Construction
.
in Medart at the Baptist Church
window fan all
newspaperfiles
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES in the office and the Company house erected for a shell- f 4a The bride' Is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. W.F.
type mortgagor of Medart and the is the son of Mr. and
subscription list to the Wa herein. The mortgagor here- Gray groom
I Associate: kulla County News, in warrants that this is the Mrs. W. P. Godfrey, Sr., of Tallahassee.Mrs. .
1. M. Hatcher Sr. pursuant to final decree of fore- first and only 'encumbrance Dan Bowen, organist -
Phone 3\ 6-3201 closure ntered the 13th day of on this property presented program of brother-in-law Billy J.
December 1966, in the above- pursuant to final decree of foreclosure prenuptial music and StePeters.. Maid of honor was

styled case pending inlaid entered December 13, 1 phen Pigott, vocalist, sang Miss Daisy E. White and
1371.
ATKINSONELECTRIC Court, Docket No. 1966, in the above styled case "Whither Thou Goest" Arbridesmaids were Miss

Moody Pearce pending in said Court. rangements of yellow and Latrelle Gray and Miss
Clerk of the Circuit Court
SERVICE Moody Pearce white gladioli were used In Janet Godrey.
BYIlsl Beatrice Dugger D.C.
Clerk of Circuit Court the church to form the Serving the groom as
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTINGALL Edw J. Hill Wakulla County, Florida JOY TO ALL background for the cere- best man was his father,
107 Mid}'ttte Moor Bldg. By (Beatrice Dugs er
Tallahassee, Florida Clerk mony. W. P. Godrey, Sr. Ushers
TYPES APPLIANCES REPAIRED Deputy The lovely bride was were Mr. Rodney and Ron-
Attorney for Plaintiff
(SEAL) Warm greetings to the most wonderful
ELECTRICAL WIRING AND REPAIRS ltc-12/22/66. .122266. given In marriage by her rde Gray.
LICENSED ELECTRICIAN people in the world our patrons!

R. W. ATKINSON
SPARE TIME INCOME
LINZY'S GENERAL STORE
I CRAWFORDVILLE.' FLA Refilling and collecting .._-
PHONE 96 -:JJ91 Day or :Night money from New Type high ROSI 6 AMY LINZY
.
quality coin operated dis- I-. ...[, PH. 926-3178 CRAWFORDVILLEHIIS1jMrAS
In this No O .
pensers area. .....
Selling. To qualify you 1 must : e.

TERRY HARRIS have car, references, $600to .
'r :\
$1900 cash. Seven to adhsBi611 ;
llonae. Riving ItAppliancj twelve hours weekly can net -
Repair excellent Income. I came that they may havelife
monthly and have it abundantly f
Af.!'E E1ectrici.; .ankets More full time. For per- -John( 10:10)Let's ) )
sonal Interview write P.O. '
Box 10537, Dallas Texas forget the past with
Route 1, Box 34 73207. Include phone num- its failures or gqrrows. The
Sopchoppy. Florida ber.ltc1222.. dark clouds of limitation fade

'Phone. 10.22542: : away. Enjoy the present, so
that we may be filled with life
with' love, wisdom, peace and pros. ) J IJ ;
LOSE WEIGHT( 'Safely iiiillii S ;
perity. Let's live abundantly ?
Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only for God's blessings flow to us 4.; ; bc...

98C at Wakulla pharmacy from His bounty. Live in the

awareness of God's presence .-..,...
WANTED: Elderly white err and know that we are foreverone Friends we thank you for
woman needs housekeeperand with Him who is all abundance .

cook to live In with her. '' from whom all blessing! your patronage. May everythingthat's
Prompt pay. Apply to Companion flow, through whom all need .
Box 366, Tallahassee are met. bright and gay

Florida.
$3tc-12/15.22.29.._ bless your house this holy day.


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Co. Light Weight and Phone 'limn: i Let us pray: we thank thee Lord for this feature Mary Jane Thompson, 91, of Curtis
The Patt HUIIK. Cvnerttt Blocky _
Anything for your auto, truck Mills, Mr. 1111rR.. ROSH Llnzey of Ivan and other
or tractor. Also for your power Hanson, Wood, 222.114)O. bountiful year and wish all of our friends
lawnmower, and much for old timers
boat your HoelInd.Jnc.S. more history of the St. Marks river mer-

208 N. Adams St. Ph. 222-3380 Tl. .222-5840 Adams St. P.at 0.4- and patrons a special Christmas blessing chants, further history of North Florida, plus news


--- May Christ be with you always.PIGOTT'S features' politics and political cartoons about Wakulla

r I County, and
travel articles.
'. Yaeger, inc. Little Folks ,p
-y ...-. Inc. -. The 1967
"The Capital's STORE issue ((10 numbers ) will be by subscription
Majors for O 0 PIGOTT'S CASH 6 CARRY
Jutitranft and Bomdt Ckildren'i Furniture, only. Deadline December 25.

Gam,., Rabbi MEDART
214 & Adams St. Tel. 222-4680 Baby $4.00 A YEAR BOX 218
133 N Monroe St. Ph. JOHN 6 EARLENE PIGOTT CRAWFORDVILLE, FLA.WA .

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i
Weekley Mrs. Charles MERRY CHRISTMAS I THURSDAY: DECEMBER 22, 1966SI ; ,
Lingo, Miss LaVerne Her- My Neighbors i
ring and Miss Linda Joyce FROM THE NEWS .
Ollff. -
Following a wedding trip
IIf to south Florida, the young v7ifl;
couple will be at home In CPEelAlS
Woodvllle, Florida, on December ,
26. The bride- Ilfjt
groom is now serving with )EJ\I.S FRI. SAT.,
the u. S. Army.FEDERAL 1 M I '
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1 -, 2J1 CHRISTMAS SPECIALS

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I BAG ORANGES. . . . . ,59
"Oh no, Mw! Turkle-not
!4tk \\1 another complaint about your

t ; ward 9 ?" TURKEy. . . 10 .-I2lb' :. . 492

HK Ml. toiR I'ItI I MINI.NtHIS HAMS. . . . LB. . . . 692

1.11y / : : ,t'Ul I IS' HENS. . . . LB . ..49

i lilt MKSDAVIS, BAG APPLES. .'. 59*

Tucked away FLY-COUNTERS in the Demon- Peace CHRISTMAS CANDY. BAGS. 29 stration Cities bill is a new
kind of census which presents WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF SHOTGUN
ai endless possibilities to the inventive -
mind and the political be with you and those SHELLS
i bureaucrat, according to Rep you love .It this holy '
Richard Poff (R-Va), lie HE SELL
of (:hnstmas'ROBISON !
says "Wrapped up in a lot of time rr tER MON EY ORDERSSHOP
legalistic language is a provision -
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Janie LaRue Weekley, daughter of Mrs. Annie CHRISTMAS GIFTS AND DECORATIONS
Lee Watkins and the late Tommy Weekley Woodvllle,
Florida, and Larry Martin Mcpherson of Ft. Belvoir, POINSETTIAS . . FROM $2 50
Virginia, son of Mrs. Jeannette Herring of Woodville,
Florida, were united in marriage In a Impressive FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS FOR ALL OCCAS-
ceremony In the White Primitive Baptist Church of
Woodvllle, Florida at 7:30 In the evening on Wednesday, IONS
December 21, 1966. Grandmother of the bride Is Mrs.
MINATURE ORANGE TREES SHIPPED TO
Fleece Ollff of Woodville and the groom's grandmotherIs Yrg1
Mrs. Mamie Britt, also of Woodville. YOUR FRIENDS.
The candlelight ceremony was performed by the Rev.E. .
W. Perryman before a setting enhanced with white REFRIGERATED BULBS READY TO PLANT
poinsettias, white roses and holly. The family pews were 1K Lc
marked by ribbon-tied holly. CAMELLIAS IN BUD AND BLOOM. . .
The bride, given In mar-' ADMIRAL BYRD SHASTA DAISY PLANTS Good wishes from our entire staff.RAKER' .
riage by her brother,wayne elbow length sleeves and
Weekley, was radiant In a matching Dior bows. They FLA. #90 STRAWBERRY PLANTS. . .
floor length Empress Jose- carried red and white poinsettias CLEANERS S STORE
phine gown of Ronanzi satin tied with white vel- . .100 FOR $3.45 DRY ,IVAN
styled with long tapered vet ribbon. CRAWFORDVI LIE
sleeves. Teardrop pearl Serving the groom as KUMQUAT SATSUMA LEMON AND ORANGE
outlined the empire waist best man was his cousin,
TREES WITH FRUIT
forming a crescent-shape William H. (Bill) Herring.
back. The A-line skirt with Ushers were Mike Britt of
back fullness was accent- Tallahassee, cousin of the
ed with self-trimmed bows. groom, and Benjamin F,
Her elbow length veil wasa Watkins, Woodville, Florida COUNTRY FLOWER SHOF!
cluster of lace, edged brother of the bride.
with pearls and Austriancut Music during and priorto 224.7336 Phone 365O009
crystals in a leaf effect. the ceremony was pro-
She carried a bridal bou- vided by Robert P. Millerof 1212 South Monroe S.. 3514 Meriden, Rd. w r,
quet of white roses center- Woodville, pianist.
ed with a white orchid. Following the ceremony, TALLAHASSEESEASON'S
Miss paulaWatkinssister the bride's mother enter
of the bride, was maidof tained at a reception in the
honor, and Miss Shirley Woodville Woman's Club.
Herring, sister of the Mrs. MarySaladino,aunt : : Llc
groom, was bridesmaid. of the bride, presided over '
They are both of Woodville. the Bride's Book, and Miss r ugf" I r
They were dressed in For- Glenda Oliff passed out to
est Green velvet floor- the guests rice bags. GREETINGS
length gowns of Empire Others assisting with the q ra
style. The dresses featured reception were Mrs.Wayne; M
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r III RSngt._DKEMBFR 22. 1966_ CANCER REPORT leukemia, lung cancer, and disease under various con- permitting more effective Gifts Make Stuffers
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(Continued from pace 1) cancer of the pancreas.For ditions. AS a result, more treatment and relief from
some forms of cancer, preventive measures are pain.While It'l a simple talk to find toyi and does just about everything under th
sment of progress calls including stomach and being taken,such as sheild- containing few noditt, to fill the stockings of the sun!
for the delineation of gains. uterine cancer the rate Is ing workers from radiationand startling revelations, officials little folk on your Christmas lilt; Men seem to get a big! kick out otzipcut
/ Some gains: dropping. exposure to Industrial consider the report but what about the grown-up.? openers for frozen food,
fl t If the deaths per 100,000are Researchers are identi- chemicals at work. timely Said Surgeon General What small Rift !items would they steel wheeled knife sharpeners that
1r adjusted to take into fying more and more can- Research on the role of William H. Stewart: appreciate* What inexpensive,clever sharpen both sides of the knife at
t 1 account the increasing cer causing agents In the viruses as a possible causeof "At a time when conflict- and useful Hocking Stuffers can once: efficient can and bottle openers
number of cancer-prone environment and are dis- human cancer is gather- ing claims and counter- you find to surprise and delight themon :and pressure domed bottle stop-
elderly in the population, covering how differing a- ing momentum on the claims about the treatmentor Christmas morn? pen that really keep fizz in!
the death rate seems to gents Interact with each strength of repeated demonstrations cure of cancer are being The answer it really quite urn- Any housewife would be glad to
Ann March, have lifter-drainer-skimmer: a tomato -
according Mary a
pie to
be leveling off except for other to produce malignant of virus-in- given wide circulation,
Home Economist at the Ekco House- slirer: a garlic press or a serving
V duced cancer In experi- there is need for an author-
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mental animals. itative statement on which
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gadifrtry sure to please' any adult, faster and easier
More than 100 children physicians, scientists, and
is available nationally in hardware, All these handy tools are avail
with acute leukemia have the public can rely. I am hnusrware grocery and department able at less than one dollar each and '
survived five years or sure that this report..will stoirs. all are just the right size to lip
more. Formerly, all died admirably serve that purpose Among the most popular items. neatly into an open Christmas stocking .
4 shortly after diagnosis.For ." Miss March says are! presto whips Because everyone knows that
I the patient with advanced For hundreds of thous- that blend mix and cream: stainless "good/ things come in small packages .
cancer new surgi- ands of cancer victims, peelers that shred. scrape and scale: ." why not give gadget gifts
cal methods, new rehabilitative however, it still looks like ladles for basting, serving and sampling this Christmas season?
therapy, new drugs, a long! way to victory over : and a "Kitchamajig" that
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