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 15, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Children all over the signup for the 1967
Note to the County commissioners are being taught or
country diversion and price sup- The Choir of the St.
Meeting The Santa will visit Wakulla
: babysat by unqualifiedper- port programs for feed Marks Baptist Church sang
county commissioners met County Saturday afternoonat
sonnel as school systems grains will start on Feb- at the Tallahassee-Conval.
in a Special Called meeting experience a lack of tea- ruary 6, 1967, Wakulla escent Home on Tuesday Pigott's store in Medart.He TAIyUN / -
Friday, December 9. The chers. Many systems are County Office December 15. We are sure will be there betweenthe
chairman stated the pur- operating with substitute Agriculture Stabilization Manager, they brought much joy and: hours of 3 and 5. Be la..

pose of the meeting was teachers even in the monthof and Conservation Service pleasure to the residents sure to stop and see him. 33PYF !

to discuss SR22. Well I December, nearly half- announced today. The signup there. A

guess they discussed It and way through the school deadline will be March +

here's what they came up year. Wakulla County is experiencing 3. For the long term Crop- On Sunday,December 18, SOCIAL SECURITY NEWS -

:with: As most of you know, the same prob- land Adjustment ProgramCAP 1966 at 7:30 P.M. Christ Medicare beneficiaries

the Board voted to rejectall lems with two substitutes ( ), the signup began on is Born* a Christmas pro- should.pay close attentionto i
bids received on the teaching science, math, will be
December 1 and will con- gram, presented by their medical expensesIn
SR 22. But, now after fur- physical education, and, Untie during the annual pro- the St. Marks Baptist the last three months of
ther consideration they decide sometimes, music in dif- Church Choir. The publicis .
grams signup period ending this Gary Lloyd
that It was in the ferent schools.
also on March 3. invited to come and en- Field Representative of the
public Interst to authorizethe There are many reasons MR. Gowdy explained that Joy the Sunday night ser- Tallahassee Social Secur-
SR Department to e- for this problem. Foremost for the 1967 the signup vice, and the beautiful office said d'I
valuate and accept the low- among them Is that there periods for the programs music. Mrs. A. D. AlfordIs ity Beneficiaries today.who have Shown here at the stand are Wayne Henry, Auctioneer,

est bid for the construction simply are enough people will be uniform in all Flor- director of the choir. not had $50.00 in medical and Dick Bradford. In the ring is Mr. Gilbert Gowdy.

of SR22, as Wakulla who want to teach and who ida counties. Mrs. Ladd is the accom- since Medicare
has moral obli- are trained to teach the expenses
County a The initial signup period panist. I
receive credit
began can
gation to Liberty County to demand for teachers exceeds for the 1967 Agriculture for covered USE ZIP CODE IN FIRST FEEDER PIG

keep Its pledge to build the supply.Why don't Conservation Program was program was pre- they any have or will expenses Incur In CHRISTMAS I MAIL SALE HELD AT OUINCV #

SR22 In Wakulla Countyto more young people go Into also announced. The signup sented at the school, on the last three months of the I
connect with SR22 In teaching? One big reasonis began, on December 1, and Monday night In St.Marks, ; Zip Code will help put The first Florida Graded J
which Is the -- or rather year ZIP In your Christmasmail. Feeder Pig Sale, for this 1
Libeerty County, money will continue through January with the children at their In 1967 these ..
already under construc- the lack of it -- in teach- 6. Although requestsfor shining best. The programwas be used, to meet expensescan the area, was held at Quincy,
ing. There are very few conservation assist- enjoyed by all. This year, more than Friday, December 9. Wa-
for the
$50 deductible whole
tion.All members of the fields in which a person ance under the ACP may ever before, the use of ZIP kulla County participatedin

Board were present for with a college degree earns be accepted througout the Mrs. O. M. York has returned year could, Lloyd amount explained.to as much This as Code is essential to efficient this sale with seven
less than $5000 his first delivery of the more swine producers consign i I
the meeting.Be year, farmers and ranch- home after a visit a In 1967
sure to read the min- year, $5000 after five years ers are urged to submit with friends and relatives for$50.00 the beneficiary.In savings than eight billion pieces of ing 165 head of feeders to
utes to the meeting. They and only $5,200 after ten their requests during the Indiana. the holiday mail that will be the sale. Consigners were I
some cases same
are on page two.CORRECTION". years. initial" signup period. The medical which handled by the postal Ser- George Walker Homer 1
The.school expenses vice Just before Christmas. Joe Duggar Clin- ,
year runs ten ASC county committee, The regular monthly used the Harvey,
were to meet $50
In last months the remaining two which administers all of meeting of the Women's deductible In 1966 can also Postmaster 0. H. Hen- ton Rudd Gilbert Gowdy,

week's paper we had an months are salaryless. these programs, can do a group of the WakullaMeth- be used again in 1967. Page drickson today urged all Jim Welch and William t

article entitled Fuqua, There are not many two more equitable Job of approving odist Chruch was held on 21 of the Medicare handbook residents to make a con- Payne.
Speaks to Lions Club,well month Jobs available to fill requests within the Tuesday, 10:00 A.M. Mrs. gives several examples certed effort to Include the There was a total of

we goofed.Mr. Fuqua spoketo In the gap. Teachers arn limited funds available if Tom Green, Chairman, of how this'.curyover five digit number in both 540 head of pigs in the sale

the Sopchoppy Lions expected to continue their the conservation needs of called the meeting to order principle works, but the address and return add- for a gross of $11,051.94, j

Club. Sorry about that. own education In the sum- most of the county's farm- Mrs. George Core Lloyd urged anyone having ress. and the average price per
their ZIP code helps cut down hundred pounds was 2546. J
mer, paying own tui- devotional.
ers and ranchers are knownat gave the Aftera questions about the carry-
Anyone tired the nw tion.Another the beginning of the pro- business meeting, the over to contact his office the number of times a For Wakulla County consigners -
school lately? It is beginning reason for the gram year. The ACP sign- Christmas tree was decor. for profession 4diai piece of mail must be sort the gross sales
look good. lack of Interest in teaching ed before reaching Its final were 3608.75, and the
to pretty up dates vary from countyto ated for the Children's De Lloyd gave the follow-
Drive by and take a look at is the amount of extra work county.In partment. An offering was ing example of how the destination. This saves total number of pigs from

It. It is going to be a beau. outside of school hours.To general the annual takenfor the Methodist orphanage carryover" works. Mr. X time In delivery and cuts this county represented one
down the cost of the third of the In
moving total pigs
teach well Is
to spend
ty. programs and the CAP call for Christmas; had no doctor bills In 1966.
far more than the eight for diversion of crop acre- The meeting was closed His doctor bill amounted to mail. the sale.
From this week's TV hours in the classroom on age Into an approved con- with prayer by Mrs. Cros- 6700. In applying the We expect a record- The main objectives ofthe
breaking mail volume this Florida Graded Feeder
Guide, Review by Cleveland school work. by after which Mn.Green
serving use. By meeting carryover, any amount paid
Christmas and will
After all It's Besides classroom served refreshments need Pig program are to stimu j
Amory. provisions of theprograms, to toward the $50.00 deduct- late
been quite a year, on T.V. teaching, the teacher has farmers become eligiblefor Mesdames Meadors Mic- ible In the last three monthsof all the help we can get, quality production swine of higher I
to demon-
for the male men. in the hall patrol, a club or activity various benefits in the kler, Core, Ladd, Crosby, the year can be carried Postmaster Hendrlckson ;
commercials now they even to sponsor, parties to form of payments and and one visitor, Mrs. Cul- over to meet the deductibleIn said. "There are three easy strate economical val-
talk about a man's car, anda chaperone meetings to attend also for loans under the breth. the next year.Therefore, ways in which you can cooperate ue of selling, good quality,

man's cigarette. There and athletic games to commodity programs. In Mr. X's case, the entire with the Postal healthy feeders a regular
take tickets for. For- Service and at the same source of top quality pigsIn
IB such a tremendous em- up Two important changes $50.00 deductible is already -
phasis on male hair-groom- tunately, teachers' aides have been made in the feed Mrs. Ralph Masters entertained met for 1967. time assure that you get on- large uniform lots.

ing that, honestly, we don't have assumed some of the grain program for 1967, with a Stanley If you would like more time delivery for your holiday The first of these feeder
see how Bobby Kennedyhas above duties. However. The feed grain Party and luncheon on Information about Medicare gifts and greetings.You pig sales dates back to
Teachers already In the should shop early, mail 1962 when they were start
a chance. will offer diver- Thursday. Those present office
program contact our at
early and use ZIP Codes"ZIP ed in the Gainesville and
field realize
the Importance sion only under were Mesdames Tom 117
payments : W. College or phone
Codes for addressetyou Live Oak
W Someone to of extra-curricular Pauline areas. In Augustof
the "small farmprovis Green, Wethering- 2223515.You .
write news for St. Mark activities In the development ion. Small farms are defined ton, Carol Mickler, jimmy can see Mr. Lloydat use most often can be 1965, the Madison area
obtained from the ZIP Code started the feeder sales
and panacea. of young adults. Most as those with bases of Gwinn, of Wakulla. Mes- the Chattahoochee City pig
teachers accept the responsibilities !25 acres or less. These dames Pearl Vause, Ann Hall from 10:00: a.m. to directory In the post office and the Quincy area sale,

From an issue with a mini- changes were made because Watson, James English, 12:00: p.m. on Friday Jan- Code lobby or Information by phone. The ZIP which began Friday, will

Hints to Housewives: Cooking mum of complaint, for they feed grain suppliesare Ruth Wright,Fannie Beard, uary 6. He will be glad to phone serve the surrounding
number is 2220790. The counties to assist In the
Eggs Here Is a tried knew the extent of the demands In near balance with demand W. T. Laster, Bert Watson, help in any way possible. obJectives -
and proven method for placed on them when as a result of effect- all of Woodvllle. ZIP Code map Is In the business established by the

cooking eggs: Baste with they entered the pro- ive farmer participation in Mrs. Laverne Harris of pages of the phonebook mittee.Florida Feeder Pig Com-

fat. Heat two tablespoonsof fession. the programs In recent Tallahassee was the De-
fat In a skillet Just tux However, many teachers monstrator. "Probably the easiest The next sale date has
SMITH CREEK NEWS method of getting the ZIP not been established for
enough to sizzle a drop of especially those who Mr. Gowdy reminded
water. Break eggs and slir are heads of families, find farmers that participationin Santa Claus Is coming to By Mrs. Helen Kyle Codes you need is to check QuIncy, but It will probably
into skillet from saucer I the price too high to pay the various farm pro- the St. Marks Baptist the return address on the be In the early pan of

If preferred-- reduce heat after a few years and leave grams Is not automatic Church on Wednesday, December Mr. and Mrs. Reddick mall you receive from your March or April. December

Immediately. Cook slowl the profession; they can filing an application which 21, at 7:00 p.m. Langston and sons, Daryl correspondents.the In most 16 will be the sale date for

to desired doneness, threeto find far better-paying Jobsin shows the operator's pro- Everyone is invited to come and Rickey spent a weekIn has cases proper ZIP Code Gainesville, January 6 for
four minutes. Baste with the 9 to 5 category. gram intentions Is the first Santa Claus Is comingto Statesboro, Georgia, been included. Then Live Oak, January 27 for
fat Insteadof Teachers with families find the Marks you should transcribe the Madison, and February 1'
during cooking. necessary step in qualify- St. Baptist visiting Mr. Langston'ssister codes in In Gainesville.
basting, skillet may be that by the time they pay ing for program benefits. Church on Wednesday, December Mrs. Graces Foldes book "* Postmaster your address Swine
covered be for child care, transportation of 21 and Hen- producers In Wa-
or eggs may All the signups will be at 7:00 P.M. family. drickson said. Remember kulla
turned over. and clothing,they have conducted at the ASCS Everyone is Invited to come County Interested In
mail moves the these sales
too little of their meager the Old Fel- Mrs. Dola country should contact
county office. Details on the meet "Jolly Chason is visiting ZIP Code the the j
salary left. moves mall'LOUIE County Agent's Office
W with
Now I know why the' } Until teaching Is made a programs all aiwlho are eligible The| Choir will have a Chason of Quincy.Mr. Lawrence for information concerning
make little cars. While in requirements
more RAMOND REVELL to consign
inviting profession, to participate. carol singwith everyone
Tallahassee I saw a little the nation's schools will Wilson feeders to these sales.
Joining Inl! There will be Miss Connie of
bug make a U-Turn in the continue to be understaffedor fun for all and you are urge Tallahassee spent Sunday Funeral services for

middle of Jefferson Streetin poorly staffed. fILM ON TEENAGE with her parents, Mr. and Louie Raymond Revell, 52,
order to get in a parkIng who died
place on the other side DRIVERS TO BE SHOWN fun for to all attend.and Refresh-you are Mrs. Horace Wilson. Ing in W. T.Saturday Edwards morn-Hos- .....

of the street.CRAWF'ORoYlLLE. "A Time to Live",a television urged ments will be served. Remember The following people attended pital,In were the West held at graveside .N.--

Mrs. Jimmy Spears and documentary or December 21, at a rally two week' Sopchoppy
; children of Ivan are on the teenaged drivers and why the St. Marks Baptist ago at the First Baptist 3:00 Cemetery on Monday at ll't

sick list. Hope they are their automobile Insurance Church --- 7:00 P.M. Church in panacea: Rickey: p.mThe
Mr. andTXfrs. Fred Car-' feeling much better. rates are high, will be and Daryl Langston, Arthur the Rev.Emmett 0. O. Hall and 4
Rev. Whaley
shown on two televisior GIVE MUSIC FORCHRISTMAS Anderson Gene and Wanda
land and sons, Eddie and officiated, with J. A. Culley We are children 6f God. .
Mr. and Mrs. AllenHarvey stations throughout the Bit Flury Beth Kyle, Frankie
heirs of God.
Carey of Atlanta, Georgia and Sons In charge of ar- -(Rom 8:16,17)
and of Bend this week.
family Langston, Lora Kyle, Star.Wilson
spent the weekend with Mr. Looking for a ipecial Christmas rangements.He As children of the living-
City, Florida, spent a few The documentary film, Mavis and Reddick
and Mrs. Henry Smith. gift1 Give muiical ad. was employed with God have been
days last week with his .produced by Cotton States a instrument Langston, Mr. and Mrs. we created in
also attended the wed- vises the Hammond the In
They Organ Company Break-A-Way Lodge His image. With this knowledge
Mr. andMrs. Insurance of Mrs. Dola
parents, pearce
Hay- Company Atlanta Earnest .
of Carolyn Car- Music it second and
Miss today
ding ward onlyto Sopchoppy was a veteran we should live confidently
and William
Harvey. Georgia will be tele- Chason Rev.
raway at the Sopchoppy vised reading M a favorite tenure activity of World War II where he and cheerfully,regardless .
Methodist Church, Satur- over WALE Albany One of the most popular Flury. served In the Infantry and of worldly problems. We
Christmas and 9:30tol0:00p.m.
Tree from
program and versatile musical inttrumenti
1:30 awarded the
day at P.M. was purple must remind ourselves that
at Ivan Assemblyof on December 15 and ii the organ. Anyone can learn to
God at 7:00 P.M., Sun-i over WCTV, Tallahassee, play an organ almost immediately, heart. we are responsible for our
Lord Is ir include
Mrs. Howard Survivors two
Memorial: day, December 18. Every Florida, from 9:30: to 10:00 and Hammond'i special new fea ADVERTISING: DOESN'T COST Revel thoughts and actions/ and
Tallahassee one Is tn\ited. p.m. on December 17. lures enable the creation of a wide sisters, Mill Nona should elevate our spirit as
Hospital. We hope she Is range of instrument sounds from If PAYSlit! Tallahassee, andMrs. Amanda children and heirs of God. I

feeling better. the bariro to the harpsichord. Stuber, Sopchoppy;
and two nieces.

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----------------------- The Board of County Coi- This column about property
ieiloner of ..!lulla Count Funeral services were at2.00p.m. Adrian C. Fletcher,president and casualty insur-
till receive sealed bid at Sunday for Mrs. of the Talquln Electric
The Board of County Commissioners of Wakulla the office of the Clerk of 26yearold ance is prepared by the independent -
:County:: met this date in Crawfordville with members the Circuit Court la Cratfordvllle Rosa Lee Gavin.Crawford- cooperative. Inc., of : Agents of Gads-
of the Board
tha' den
WAKU11A until 9:00 o'clock resident County.
J>resenp.IN SPECIAL CALLED SESSION: The chairman 1
A.M January 3. 1967 and viile. She died December Directors has approved the THE WHYS AND WHERE-
stated that* the' purposeof the meeting was to discuss
COUNTY NEWS then opened for furnUhini at the University of Florida refund of patronage capital i PORES OF MOTORCYCLE
CommissiOner Davis moved the adoption of the certain part and repair to GainesviUe following members who
following resolution.. International ID-9 tractor. Hospital ; credits to its INSURANCE
Ti tepheae WMrut R 1811 The Board reserve thi an extended illness. had active electric accounts
right to reject any or all The services were heldat in 1952. This is the "I'm
WHEREAS, The Board of County Commissioners of bide ..ad0 ....rd0 the Hope planning to buy a
Wakulla;County Florida, on the 31st day of October 1966, beat Intereit* of lakulla the New Bridge Richardson .fourth general refund\madeby motorcycle and am con-i
Burial -
ment to reject all bids received for the construction of All bid shell be larked officiating. Fletcher said. Jury or damage. What type
"Sealed Bid to be opened followed in the Harvey be refunded of insurance
State Road No. 22, and The amount to is available1
January 3rd, 1967. at 9:00: directionof
WHEREAS upon further consideration of this matter o'clock A.M." Cemetery under represents the actual and what is Its cost.* a

J. D. HARVEY .. .. .. ,EDITOR said Board deems It In the public Interest to authorizethe MOODY PEARCR, Strong and Jones Funeral earnings of the Cooperative member of'the exploding
SRD to evaluate and accept the lowest bid and execute Clerk Circuit Court Home. in 1952 after paying all class of motorcyce enthus
'I' contract pursuant thereto for construction of State Road akulla County, Florida, Mrs. Gavin; was a nativeand expenses taxes and inter- iasts writes.
ranter at Cwrfardvtlle, Florid CrawfordTlllt. Iifelongres1dentofWa- '
22. and est. Eachofthe3500checks Liability insurance pol-1
M eecond clue matur. Subtcrlp- 1tc-12/15/88. kulla County.She Is survived that will out In direct Ides for
.. WHEREAS, Wakulla County has a moral obligationto go ,1s motorcycles are
yon rate: 18.00 per y r. by her husband Leo Gavin to the amount generally patterned
Liberty County to keep their pledge to build SR22 in proportion after
Wakulla County to connect with SR 22 in Liberty County ; three daughters, san- paid In by the member that automobile policies. However -

which Liberty County has presently under construction dra, Diana and Allsa Gavin year for electric service. there are.significant

If YoutJeed. a project costing approximately $475,000.00, and ; her stepfather andmo- The total amount being paid differences in coverageand
WHEREAS Liberty County has already approximately ther Mr. and Mrs Isaac this year Is about 30000. cost because of the

Office: Supplies 8 miles at a cost of $325,000.00, and Gavin; her father, Clyde 00.In motorcyclist's greater exposure

Office Furniture WHEREAS It further appears WAKULLA County has Harris; and two brothers addition to the general to serious Injury.

Business Machines on the books to their credit sufficient funds In the amountof Charlie Hall and Joseph refund, the Cooperative refunds Some policies for example -

8.. Call approximately $535,322.96 for the construction and Gavin all ofWakuUaCoun- all patronage capital do not cover cycle
er engineering of !said project, thereforeBE ty to heirs of deceased mem- passengers; exclude cov-
RANEY WHALEY IT RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners She also Is survived by bers. This Is done when erage for operators other

ItCAPITAL Wakulla County Florida that the aforesaid seven sistersMrs.Maggie application Is received than the owner-driver fort

OFFICE resolution of 31st of October 1966 be and the same Is Harris New York, N.Y.: from the heirs. damages or Injuries they

EQUIPMENT CO. hereby,rescinded and the SRD of Florida be, and same Is Mrs. Annie Jones Columbia The total amount refunded might cause; and do not

hereby requested and authorized to evaluate and accept S. C.s, Mrs.RuthCoop- to date including general provide medical payments

F. JhFFEESCM bids for construction of SR22 and to execute contract for er, Ocala; Mrs. Mashac refunds and decreased for Injuries to the opera-
construction accordance therewith at earliest time Harris Tallahassee; and member refunds is about
223 S. ms the Misses Patricia Flora $350.000.00. torMotorcycle

TALLAHASSEE;, "FLOR .j andBE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, a copy of this resolution and Esther Harris, all of The refund checks are rates, like auto rates insurance vary

., be sent to the Governor. Floyd Bowen,Chmn.. SRD.. FRED B. KARL Wakulla County' ready and are scheduled to from state to state and even

James Lee ;3yd District member SRD. be mailed on Saturday >etween localities within a

The motion was carried with Mr. Walker secondingand December 10th. state. Similarly, rates: depend -

HENRY WILLIAMS Mr. Carter voting YES: Mr. Strickland voted NO AMERICAN CANCtH SAW w. EDWARDS The Cooperative Is a on such factors as the

for the reason that Panacea andSt.Marks streets were SOCIETY NEWS member-consumer owned Insued's age driving record -

REALTY not Included In the resolution. Mr. Young voted NO, for Sam W, Edwards, 65- corporation. Those people the cycle's use (for

the reason that the original resolution callek for the Fred B. Karl, Daytona year-old resident of White who receive service from business or pleasure) and

road from the ochlocknee River to Sopchoppy and that Beach has been named City near Port St. Joe, the lines are the member- the weight of the cycle.,

Reg. Real Estate BrokerSt. the present contract only went to Syfrett Creek. Voluntary State Chairmanfor died Thursday morning at owners exclusively. Poli- After all these factorsare

Marks Flo. The Board authorized expenditure of sum not to exceed the 1967 educational and Tallahassee Memorial cies under which the Cooperative taken into account, the

Phone 141 1 $500.00 on St. Marks docks and was adjourned; fund-raising Crusade of the Hospital following a short operates are determined motorcycle Insurance premium
Florida Division Inc., of by the :;elected can range from 50
Attest: Approved: the American Cancer So- Graveside services were :board of directors. Mr. per cent of the Insured's
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES Moody Pearce, Clfcik Willard Carter chairman ciety. He succeeds JamesW held at 3:00: p.m. Saturdayat Fletcher of Greensboro Is automobile rate to an a-

\ Walter Tampa who the Bonnett Pond Ceme- the president.
mount equal to the rate in
Associate: headed the Society's successful tery Wakulla County. The
Other directors are M. any given' area. Rough!*,'
W. 1 M. Hatcher Sr. 1966 Crusade Rev. Roy Rodchester and
B. Bates Jr. of
Quincy speaking the'hlghestpremiums
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS The officially the Rev. Elie Carter offi-
Phone was
14 6-3201 appointment -
P. W. Shelter Jr. of
Havana would apply to theyoung
MEETING ON DECEMBER 5 1966 ciated.
announced by Doc- J. A. Culley and Gordon
Pichard cyclists who
tor Donald W. Smith Miami Sons Funeral Home handled operate
The Board of County Commissioners Tallahassee Harold Davis big and heavy cycles while
ATKINSONELECTRIC of Wakulla state President of the arrangements. of
County met thin date in Crawfordvllle with the Edwards born i Tallahassee C. C. Car- the lower premiums would
following Society and Alfred Lind, was In Jef-
SERVICE resent Willard Carter, Chairman ferson ;gal Spring creek, Daniel apply to older operatorswho
; George Young Chairman of the Crusade County and had re- ;! Stoutamire of
vice chairman; William D. Walker and Ralph Strick- Committee. sided In White City for 16 Hosford use light cycles.

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING land, Commissioners; Moody Pearce, Clerk;W,R, Taft, Karl Is well acquainted years. He was a retired \and Arthur Shuler of Bristol The higher accident potential -
J. Wright Clark of
Sheriff Mt of the motorcycle
with the American Cancer employee of the St. Joe Pa-
ILL TYPES APPLIANCES" REPAIRED Minutes of ;Pleasant. the fact the
the last meeting were read and approved. Society. He has served In a per company He was a that National
ELECTRICAL WIRING AND REPAIRS Motion by Commissioner Walker to give vote of thanks number of capacities with member of the New Home Leon E. Weaver of Quincy Safety Council says that the
to County Agent and Home Demonstration is the Cooperative's motorcyclists' death rate
LICENSED ELECTRICIANR. Agent for a job the East Volusla CO\D1tyU- Primitive Baptist Church
well done for 1966 was unanimouslycarrled. nit, lIon its Board of near Sopchoppy.At general manager. baa been averagng twice

W. ATKINSON The following bids were opened for mapping and plat- Directors and previouslywas the time rf his death the toll of automobile operators -

CRAWFORDVILLE. FLA ting the county for tax purposes: a State Division StandIng Edwards was visiting with -- is reflected In the

PHONE .962-5391 Day or Night Gulf Coast Appraising and $52,2,00, $67,060.00; Committee memberIn his daughter Mrs. Bessie CANCER SOCIETY determination of motor-
Brlnkley-Croy and Associates., accepting the State Nichols of Sopchoppy.// DISTRICT 3 DIRECTORS cycUM rates across theCourt.

Tax Assessor Emmett Ferrell Jr., objected to the Crusade chairmanship he Edwards Is survived by _.
letting of or accepting of any bid at this time for ap- said, *l declared war on his widow Mrs. Georgia Gene Berkowits Talla-

TERRY Hfcffl&SHon pra1sln ,.mapping, platting or preparingproper ty cards cancer several years ago Edwards White City; one hassee and T. G. Bouland

for Wakulla County as his (Tax Assessors Office) when I learned what a vic- son, N. L. Edwards, Mari- M.D., Madison, were elec-
Wiring fc' had not been consulted on the matter of re-platting or ious killer the disease has anna; four daughters, Mrs. ted to be District 3 delegate -

Apvuanct.JeMlrAf appraising the ;ounty.Mr. Ferrell further stated that his become, taking the lives of Nichols'and Mrs. Sanders directors of the Flor-
1966 tax rolls had been accepted by the State well ; ida Division
comptroller over 50,000 fellow Mrs. Catherine Harrell of the Ameri- .
"o .ElecUb'% .jneURouted as adequate for Wakulla County and as long as his Floridians during the past Medart and Mrs. Eloise, can Cancer Society. Dis-

that rolls met the approval of the State Comptroller he felt half-dozen years more Crum, Panama City; one trict 3 Includes the follOWing -

lotHt further expense hiring additional appraisals would than. 10,000 last year. brother, Gus Edwards counties; Gadsden
Sopchoppy, Florida a needless throw away of money ON THE MOTION OF "It didn't take long to Lloyd; two sisters, Mrs., Jefferson Leon, Taylor
Pna e;3 mn: COMMISSIONER YOUNG and the second Commissioner realize that one person a- Lillie Miller and Mrs and Wakulla.

Strickland the Board rejected all bids for reassess- lone could not defeat a killer Pauline Moore, Mr. Berkowitz has been RISING INTEREST In
of Quitman.
ment County property. The Board approved the vouch- of this magnitude It's Ga.; 24 grandchildren named Lay District Dele- order to camouflage the true
LOSE WEIGHT safely wit!: ers before them and directed that warrants be Issued In obvious It takes voluntary three great-grandchildren. gate Director and Dr. Bou- deficit, Sen. John J. Williams

Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Only payment There therefor. cooperation of thousands of Serving as pallbearers land Professional District (R.-Del.) said, "this administration

,98tf at WakullaPharmacv tion of the being Board no the further business coming to the atten dedicated volunteers unit- were W, W. McCallister Delegate Director. They is selling its assets and
same was adjourned on the motlor ed under and Nathan will
planned efficient
cooperate by
Bill with
of Commissioner Strickland. Thompson the varIous so doing is paying an extra
WANTED: Elderly w Iii year-round pro- Medcalf. Charles Medcalf county society Units one-half per cent in interest I

woman needs housekeeperand Attest grams such as the Ameri- Cecil Nichols and J r In the district to help con rates. This means that over
cook to live In with her. : Approved; can Cancer Society con- Renolds. duct public
educational the
life of the billion in
Moody Clerk
Prompt pay Apply to Companion Pearce WILLARD Carter Chairman ducts -- to help save lives volunteer training confer securities (Federal National
Box 366. Tallahassee Regardless of the Invaluable ences and also
Florida.s12l5.22.29[ manhours that act as representatives Mortgage Association) the administration

some of the 65,000 volunteers SHORT at for the distract plans to sell altogether -
freely contribute AND meetings of the it will cost the American -

-- each year it takes dollarsto SWEET Society's Directors State Board of taxpayers $600 million.

8 tEsse, i Business firms' financially support the l:7t' To cover up the true deficit,
multitude of educational Liu* administration is selling

programs and sound can- Its assets, and using the pro-
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DIRECTORYPATRON cer research projects and seedsthereof to defray the
more dollars to.aid stricken normal operating co ts of the

patients through the Society's Ever since an Great:: Society programs." t
r ,
patient service
programs chef
at the St. Louis World's
: nESt AUVERTlaERS Fair of 1904
"With this In mind thoseof beef,
i I broiled it, and
served it
us who offer our services on -.
F R MFEEDS as fund-raising and bun, the dish now known as

educational volunteers ir hamburger has been an American -

lil, j b. I. GRAMLING the Annual Cancer Crusadecan than 21 favorite.billion Today more THE
I ,J feel well rewarded in hamburgers are 1967MAGNOLIA
& CO. sharing our energies and consumed in the United States

efforts to raise funds so every year and billions more in MONTHLY
Flint River Mills On.-Stop Service for that the Society can continue other nations Hamburgers l

cols a. Monroe 8771153 FeedSeedFertilizePoultry to expand and intensify are now slapped into patties,

P-R-M Ranch ft Garden Center + Supplies its' cancer control programs rolled into balls, molded into

826 W. Gaines 2247197BakerAlford Garden Tools in the year ahead loaves, stuffed in leaves floated

Karl, a native FlOridian, in soup, fried, broiled, barbe- f
I Sa. Adams at S.A.L.R.R. attended the University of cued, braised and served t7I "

Co. CroMinf Florida and received his brochette .

The Povti Hmtio"Anything Light Vftigki, and Rtgvlar Phone L.L.B. Degree from the Will feature
Conerttt Blockf Stetson pizza are mid, Mary Jane
for your auto truck University college with pickles Thompson 91( of curtis
or tractor. Alto for your power I Hanson, Wood and j ., of Law. He is a partner In Rams, wine bagels, ba- Mille Mr. and ;
lawnmower, and much for the Daytona, nuts, onion, Mrs. RosA
your libel m d Inc. Law Firm of beans and ,0J/- Limey of Ivan and other
bat lobate
t ,. .
.10' N.> Adam St. Ph. 222-8380 9r Adam St at 4-Po1Dta Raymond Wilson, Karl and version 01 the Bret old timers, more ,
Tel. 222-8840 P. 0. Box 681lntvnne I Conway, served as State turned Versatife meat history of the St. Marks: river merchants ,
up on medieval
for four menus
ill further
I Ieo terms and was a candidate Baltic'tat" Then it history of North Florida plus news
for Governor.of Florida In eaten CI8 raw bee'redded features J
I 1964. with a due kni fe .Merchants Politics and political w-kulta
t cartoons about
Inc Little from
Folks Store Hamburg,
oj I Inc. 1 1ii .g ihYaeger home,as steak Tartar.brough.t it County, and travel ,rtlcle,.
.. I "The Capital' immigrant in
the The
United 1967
i 1 and BondiTl. 'I I Major for Minor. States introduced issue ((10
toe numbers
.t.. CAildf'A" Pariitur., T.v,., Fog ALL YOU PUNTING cialtJAer.. and raw ape ) will be by sub ctrptlOn
named Only.
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21'4 a. m'8t. 222-4880 ; 8'6V H' MM NEEDS. C4LL, I/Sf bfH'/1er. Whe" II broiled December 25.
1M N. Mono* St. ; 222-1148 version waa introduced $4.00
THE: NEED St Louis lit tAf' A YEAR BOX
World' 218
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container, it fermented naturally
into wine Throughout ita hiitory, ..
remained unique in its BY
wine has
WAKULLA COUNTY CIVIL DEFENSE - _. YU ute in religious services, in taste, in
: 4-2231
treatment under toe law, and in
FLORIDA FOREST SERVICE its position ai the mOIL praised and
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SHERIFF'S OFFICE - Qulckl Mi rim\m\ of .fttsa ScriCr5pitbb:
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For holiday _t-lOur sausage
snacks,drain 2 cam ((5 ouncea each)
Vienna Sausages, reserving broth.
FIRE DEPARTMENTS Cut sausages in half.Combine iau&- / \ AT AlFOPD
COUNTY age broth, 1 cup apricot jam or /
preserves, 'A cup fickle relish, 2
SOPCHOPPY----------------- tablespoons ReaLcmon bottled lemon -
W0 2.2371 juice :4 teaspoons dry mustard
and 2 teaspoons ginger. Heat and "CHEVYLAHD"
WO 27401WO stir until blended;arid sausages and
heat through.Serve hot.

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approacnlng marriage Make Your Own Christmas I I I

their daughter Dorothy

Walter P. GOdfrey Jr.. Part of the fun- at least for heavy string or cord, I
n of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
dfrey of 203 Grace grown-upe-of the holiday ter solution, scissors, and
creet Tallahassee.Miss season is dreaming up the pan to melt small amounts I
Gray will graduaterom decorations that help bring beeswax.
Chipola junior Col- about the traditional Christmas Beeswax foundation is
lege on the 16th of Decem- spirit in the home. eycombed wax used by
ber and continue her stu- the fun isn't reserved keepers to start
dies at Florida State University for the ladies. Most men get in the hive. It is available
d. just as big a kick as anyone most feed and seed dealers
Mr. Godfrey is presently else from decorating the tree, a light yellow color, and
enrolled in Tallahassee and collecting holly missletoe, an assortment of colors
junior College and is em- pine cones and evergreen. hobby! and gift shops.
i. ployed by Florida State UnIversity If Christmas is still a fam sheets are eight by 16
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'l Bookstore.The ily activity at your house, several Cut the heavy string in
/ .:,tl'" wedding will take evenings can .be built or 18 inch lengths and
,:' 'il" place on December 17 at around planning and makingthe for several hours in the
-: three o'clock in the after- decorations. water soluti 1t. Let dry
----. ." ",, noon at Lake Ellen Baptist John Haynie, apiculturistwith clip the string "wicks' .
Miss Doroi.oENGAGEMENT Church in Medart. the Agricultural Exten melted beeswax. Allow
All friends and relativesare sion Service, says beautiful wicks to dry.
cordially invited to the Christmas candles can be For a basic candle,
TOLD wedding and the reception made from beeswax. And, the the wick along the
The Rev. and Mrs. W. F. following in the Church recreation bonus is a honey-sweet fragrance edge of the beeswax
Gray of Medart announce room. set free in the room as tion, and wrap the edge of
1. the candles burn. foundation around the
To make Christmas candles Then roll the foundation
you will need sheets of beeswax ly like a jellyroll. It
foundation, a supply of stick under slight pressure.




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Saucy Holiday :
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SUBSCRIBE ,TO THE NEWS Sauces give a crowning touch
TALLAHASSEE make your holiday dessert
special yet they require only a
additional minutes to prepare.
For example serve a hot
butter sauce over warm slices of
pudding or other limilar
dessert. The tangy flavor of

IV au....... sauce nicely complement the.
nell of the pudding.
A sauce to serve either hot or
is a traditional hard sauce
"' .. lemony flavor. It'i delicious on
cake or iteamed pudding.
Both sauces are prepared
convenient bottled lemon juice
a great kitchen aid to have in
refrigerator during the busy
mas icaton. '
You can serve holiday faucet
many other dishes too. Have
ever tried pancakes topped
hard sauce? It'i a particularly :
lightful combination for '
or brunch. Or serve hard lauce
mince or apple pie. Lemon :
Sauce might alto be spooned )
cake or ice cream. ,

rr. LmoiButter Sauces

cup lemon ReaLemon juice bottled

2 cups sugar
}4 4eggCombine cup butter or margarine

bottled lemon juice
and butter or margarine in a
JOIN OUR pan;cook over low heat until
it melted and sugar it dissolved.
move from heat Beat eggs
thick and lemon colored;blend t
lemon mixture. Return to heat t
cook, stirring constantly, until
CHRISTMASSAVINGS ture coati a ipoon.Serve warm,
\ holiday pudding ice Jam: or ,
Yield: 3 cups'L.mon

0 Hard Sauc.

t / cup butter or j
2 tablespoon ReaLemon
bottled lemon juice
2'/j cups confectioner

Cream' softened lifted butter or ::
CLUB 67TODAY rine; add lemon juice gradually
continue creaming until )
f thoroughly. Add lifted sugar;
until blended Chill and serve.
over steamed puddings, fnaitc
I pancakes or hot apple pie.

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It's very easy to join our Christmas Club. Just decide how you have trouble !
I.. ing a friend'i handwriting Or,
i t', much money you would like to have for gifts your friends complain about :
being able to decipher yours?
A person's handwriting it
Then small amountJl
: next year. save a lonscioui. Paper Mate
have demonstrated that a
week. Start now I who uses a fuzzy-tipped
pen writes the most illegibly.
the tame pcribn a -
LEWlsQCh pen and, unconsciously,he
hit handwriting. '
STATE BANK All of which are some
point in favor of flipping a
pen into the Christmas stacking
your favorite correspondent
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