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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: March 31, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
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NOTES Off THE CUFF. DEADLINE NEARS FOR $1966\ BROWARD WILLIAMSCAMPAIGN SCHOLARSHIP

FEED GRAIN PROGRAM UNDERWAY ANNOUNCEMENTThe
BY Keith Lee State Department of Education !

Growers were reminded today Tallahassee (Special) State recently awarded two
With the first political rallyin that April 1 is the last day for Treasurer Broward Williams today general scholarship loans forthe
the county scheduled for this of teachers to Wa-
filing applications to take part launched campaign a preparation
Saturday night in St. Marks, in the 1966 feed grain program. full four-yearterm in the officehe I kulla County.
local candidates will have an This loan is given to those students .
J. K. Moore, Chairman, Agri- now holds with the declara-
opportunity to tell the citizens cultural Stabilization and Conservation tion that "the only issue in this that scored the highest on irt
what they want them to hear .. County Committee, race is determining which can- the Statewide Examthat is given Pt Mi ;-I I If
Most unusual in the local each in
races
October of year
do during
points Out that only growers who didate has the experience to
seems to be developing in the participate in the will the job". every County.
school board side ... It is understood be eligible for price program support on Williamssaid his more than 24 The Wakulla County Board of
and we hope that I Instruction is happy to
Public
level executive
their 1977 crops of com and years in a high
have been misinformed, that grain sorghums. As last year, position with the office, under announce that this years'general -

some very, I assume, creditable the support is made available two former State Treasurers, has scholarship loans forthe preparation -

families in the Crawfordville a- through loans, purchases, and given him the know-how to run of teachers have been .
rea are using their dislike for price-support payments. the complex Cabinet post effect- awarded to lamar Lewis and

one of the professional Besides qualifying for price- ively and efficiently."This Danny Miller. LI

people as an axe over the support loans purchases, and is a job which requires Y.- -i
heads of incumbent school
some payments, the participatinggrower knowledge of a tremendous variety
board members to extract their can also earn a diversion of subjects, from banking, 4ls

promise of firing this individual payment for shifting part of his to insurance, to mental health, ,

person. These people have feed grain base to a conservinguse recreation, education and traf-
stooped low enough to wait until fic "the longtime career
; the payment does not applyto safety,
it has worked a definite hard- the first 20-percent diversion governmental worker declared."As l

ship on the individual before except on farms with small State Treasurer I am re- ,

they made a concentrated move, bases. The price-support pay- sponisble for the safekeeping of

all of us know that the profession ments may be earned on the pro- more than $2 billion in stat. t'4

employs soon after the first jected peoductionfrom an acreage -, funds annually, and this is just
of the year We do not often up to 50 percent of the total' not the sort of task you hand over

carry an issue to our readers feed grain base for the farm by to amateurs the Treasurersaid.
simply because most of the time'it
pUnting com, gra in sorghum, or .
has made the rounds on the lieu ofa Com-
by planting soybeans in The Treasurer-Insurance
gossip circuit and has been dis- I I feed grain. I missioner pointed to the more 1
torted to the that 'I
our
point
opinion The Chairman urges farmers than dozen automobile Insurance Club's
Mrs. Walker told of the
of the facts is of little val- : who interested in funneled A highlight in the annals of per that had meant so much In
are taking port rate filings into
and the early strugglethat
ue ... We were made aware of I the Crawfordvs114Woman'sClubwas Inception dollars and cents and the
mortgage
in this year's feed grain programto : the u fice in less than a year after it had. She told of the first .
the condition of reached last burned.
we speak on Saturday night
Office office. !
call at the ASCS County he took
venture in the North Florida
Monday and we felt that it was I 11 when past presidents, membersand Another, however no lesser
as soon as possible, since He Indicated the fact that ,Lunar Lewla Fair when the ladies with the
and the friends highlight of the ;
our duty obligation to gathered to witness
there are only 2 working days Consecutive auto liability Insur- Lamar is the son of Mr. and I the help of husbands and others man- 30 minute evening was
citizens of the it of the
county bring Burning Mortgage program cf slides
left before the signup deadline)' ance rate increase requestswere Mrs. L. Lewis Sr. of Craw-
J. ned a food booth at this growing from the
Land
to light now ... We above all Ceremony.This Holy
presented
and is down reflected
signing up a necessaryfirst turned ability fordville. Lamar is a native of North Florida exhibit.
are not attempting to try to tell is an accomplishment recognized by Clark Durance, who made
in technician for I
step program participation. as a career Thomas County, Georgia He Monies from this endeavor and this
how to who by all who have pilgrimage last
anyone vote or they able defect in over summer.
was to uncover attended Kate Sullivan Elemen-
should like but we do think that March 25 33 I each and law the years watched and participated other small projects throughoutthe Not only were the color slides
Through growers filing, required School in Tallahassee his
tary made the -
possible ceremony beautiful
all should know that in the activities of this yean but the narration
some are
I by
to'
the have down thatbasis"
.n county signed up to turn each one on first four years. He entered that took place in view Mr. Durrance
to exert satis- organization.Mrs. carried his
trying pressures divert 646 under the 1966 gueststo
.
acres Crawfordville School in the 5th last Satur-
of all who attended
fy their own personalwhimswithno I program. The Treasurer said "had this I and graduated In 1961. Inez Walker, a past president the many Interesting places
regards for the schools or the grade was in charge of the pro- day night's affair. that he had visited and brought
of officials turned
Department Agriculture task been over to some After he enlisted in
I Ne-
children who are seeking an education I graduation gram which started off with a With fanfare Mrs. George closer the highpoints in the life
are stressing the continued person without great knowledgeand | the Air Force for four years, smith with the help of Mrs. of Christ.
and I personally feel covered dish enjoyed by
need for full I in this position, supper
I participationin experience j taking his basic training at Walker put the torch to the pa-
that those who stoop to these the 1966 feed i the results might well have been 1
grain program. Lackland Air Force Base in Texas. -
all.MRS. FOURTH ANNUAL 4-H
methods to accomplish a per- Feed grain stocks remain more I disastrous for all Florida". While la the Air Force, Lamar KEIGHTLEY IS SOIL CONSERVATIONAND i
sonal satisfaction need to haveit than sufficient. Williams served wader the late the "Aircraft FOOD AWARDS PROGRAM HELD

brought to light ... I have Feed grain program applica- W. V. Knott when he was Treasurer Control completed and Radar Repairmen EASTER SEAL FUND Eighteen 4-H members received .

never questioned our democraticform tions may be filed at the ASCS and later with the late J. Courses" at Keesler Air Force DRIVE CHAIRMANMrs. Did you know that you are County 4-H medals at the
of government and have : Office Edwin Larson: as his top execu- 6 Inches from starvation?
County any day Monday Base in Mississippi. Later he Virginia of only Fourth Annual 4-H Awards Pro-
during my lifetime seen muchof I' through Friday. Office hours are tive assistant.A was assigned to Almaden Air Crawfordville has Keightley been America now has an overa- gram last Thursday night.
machine politics both in and from 8:00 A. M. to 5:00 P.M. native Floridian, the Treasurer Force Station near San Jose WakullJ named bundance of some foods.' That Awards were presented as followS -
out of Florida, but I must say The deadline is holt launched a number of County chairman for not be the case}
signup Friday, California. While there he the 1966 Easter Seal Drive. may always Achievement Cathy
that I have never encounteredthose I April 1.JOHN. highly successful programs since completed "Transistor Fundamentals Contributions from Wakulla You may think that's no concern Padgett; Clothing Linda Law-

who profess to be Christians aisuminj: the office in January and Practice Courses County residents will of you rs. But it is. Soil and hon, Ora Jean Harper, Sara Naz-
leaders in the church who go largely -
I 1965.Amongthensw. Conducted by Philco TechkepDivision" water conservation is your pro- worth, and Jennie Stephens]
the sake of satisfaction I ToroparationoftheEavtcrSealRehabilitation
for -
personal are a blem!
METCALF programs Dairy Chuckle Deal and Gary
Center
i in Tall
and no personal gain' drive to attract insurance com- Twice Lamar represented his You have a stake in the land Ashburn; Electric Frankie Re-
I ahassee which
violate every Christian fC'lnciI John Hilton Metcalf, 73, a pany regional home offices to section as Airman of the Quarter children is open and adults to hand- almost equal to that of the peo- bane a u; Field CropsWillieClover
ple that they have been taughtand lifelong resident of Panacea, Florid, and: another( to bring Insurance and was elected as Base Air- icapped in ple who have deeds to it--be- ; Food PreservationCathy -

in some instances have died Monday, March 21, at Tallahassee industry conventions-to man of the Quarter once. This a Gifts nine-county also Capital fhe Area.Easter cause the food you eat comes Padgett; Foods and Nutri-

taught .. Some may wonder Memorial Hospital.He the state, he said. was evidence of his accomplishments Seal mobile support from the soil I Population is tion Anne Mathis, Sara Naz-
whose toes I am stepping on and was retired from the wholesale Williams was also the driving of assigned duties and close-to-home unitwiuCii therapy provides for a increasing. The land resourcesare worth, Marilyn Nazworth, and

my answer to this is if the shoe retail fishing industry and force behind a successful effortto military responsibilities as wellas number of patients in outlying decreasing. The situation Ora Jean Harper; Garden My-
fits, wear it. .. One does not was a memberof the Congrega- combine formerly unconnected appearance and attitude. is foreboding but not hopeless. ron POrter; Leadership George
have to do much looking backto tional Holiness Church of Pana- efforts into a regions. in the Wakulla
traffic safety After separation, Lamar was Patients who visit the Centeror The landowners ladd and Anne Mathis; and Pub-
be proud of the accomplishments cea. single statewide safety coaicil, awarded the United States Air the mobile unit often are accident Soil and Water Conservation District lic Speaking Danny Miller.

of our educational pro-\\ Surviving relatives Include his well financed and guided by Force Air Defense Command victims suffering fract- are doing all they can to The awards represent completed

gram these past two widow, Mrs. Alma E. Metcalf; many prominent Floridians. Certificate of Recognition for ures, sprains, or back injuries. keep your land productive. But projects aswell as participation -

We do not have to look too far eight sons, George, Herman, -- -- .-..-.. commendable service from Feb- Others include cases of stroke, the problem is not theirs alone.It and leadership in the overall
away from our county to realize Bill, Hardy, Alex and Charles ruary 1963 to August 13, 1965. cerebral palsy, muscular is the problem of all the peo- 4-H program.Mrs. .
dys-
that the efforts of our elected Metcalf, all of Panacea, Henry SUNRISE SERVICESET At the present time Lamar is trophy, arthritis, multiple schle- ple because every one Las a stakein Billy Knight, Mr. and

officials and the cooperation of Metcalf of Perry, and John Met FOR 6 : A.M. a sophomore at Florida State U- rosls, or speech defects. the land.It Mrs. Charles Deal, and Mr. and
the adults of the county are the calf, Jr. Keystone Heights; 3 niversity. He majoring In Education The Center serves 40 to 50 is your problem and you can Mrs. Cliff Harper, who are lead

prime factor that has kept chaos daughters, Mrs. Lincoln Porter, The annual Interdenominational with the intention becoming a day on the average, help solve it! If you have a ers in the 4-H Clubs, received
from descending upon the school Medart, Mrs. Eloise Perkins and Easter Sunrise Service will be a teacher. with patients most coming for more thana farm see your Wakulla Soil 4-H Service Awards.

system. Certainly those who Mrs. Sally King, Panacea; one held gain starting at 6:00: A.M. single treatment each time. Conservation District Supervisor, Willie Clover, President the
wish can find fault in anything, I brother, Creen Metcalf Pana- Easter Sunday morning at Mashes Last the Center provideda J. B. Miller, or the Wakulla Crawfordville Senior 4-H Club,
Grace year, Soil and Water Conservation
can't I cea; two sisters) Mrs.
but these people seethe Point.
same presided at the The
total of almost 25,000 treat- program.
forest for the trees ... All'' Funderburk, Panacea, and Mrs. This service has been held at District Technician, E. G. Rev. S. A. Coxwell gave the
of Maude Evans, Sopchoppy; 43 the location the ments. Hammick, about a soil and water
that we are asking the voters same over past Physical therapy is the back- Invocation and Mary Clover and
ask those grandchildren and 15 great few and the last two conservation plan for it. If
the county to do is to years yearsa bone of the Center's program. don't Selena Smith, both officers In.
questions that you want answer- grandchildren. combined choir of voices from you own land, you can the Crawfordville Senior 4-H
During the past year, speech
ed from the candidates don'tgo Graveside rites were conductedat several churches in the county encourage landowners to use Club the
; therapy has been added. An soil and led in the pledges to
to the polls without some 3:00 P.M. Sunday, March have provided inspiring music. water conservation farming American and 4-H Flags. Mr.
occupational therapy
knowledge of what these people 27, at the Panacea Park Ceme- The Rev. EmmettWhaley will program and methods which will protect Herbert Morgan, a former 4-H
Is just getting underway, their land
stand for and are they selling our tery under direction of J. A. I bring the message this year. an adult auditory training and and yours. member from Tallahassee, gavean

children down the river... Let's Culley and Sons Funeral Home. Scripture will be given by the lip-reading class is expected --- address on some of his 4-H

stand up and be counted, not because Rev. O. C. Hall of the Sop- start in the near future. NEW RESIDENTS experiences and challengedthose

of pressures but with the choppy Baptist Church; Morning Children are treated free. A- MUST REGISTERNew I 4-H members present to

conviction that we have voted RALLY DATES Prayer by the Rev. W. L. Prater dult patients are charged acc- residents in WakulLt remajn; In 4-H to receive the

for whom we believe will have I LISTED HERE Zion Hill Methodist Church; ording to a schedule if they are County must register with the benefits of personal developmentthat

the interest of the youth of Wa- [ Closing Prayer by the Rev. Cor- t able to pay, but many receive Supervisor of Registration before 4-H affords.
kulla County uppermost In their The Wakulla County Democratic tez White, Bethel P. B. Church. requirement for treatment is a April 2nd to vote in the Demo-

minds.. Your conscience does Committee announcedthis The public is cordially invited prescription from a medical cratic Primary May 3, 1966.
not keep you from doing what is week that the political allies to this service and reports from doctor.Al Books will close April 2nd at The largest CARE program in

wrong, but keeps you from en- I schedule will be as follows! those who have attended in the Day, general chairman of 5:00 P. M. You have to live in the world is In India where mow.
Joying It. April 2 St. Marks; April 16, past say it Is an inspiring sight Danny Miller the Easter Seal Fund Drive in the County six months to vote. than 9,000,000 children are fed

I II I Open; April 9, Crawfordville; to see the sun come up over AI I Danny is the son of Mr. and the nine-county Capital Area, Newman Harper at school.

April 23, Panacea; April 30, j: aplachee Bay, making beautiful Mrs. Buck Miller of the River- has announced a $15,000 goal Supervisor of Registration

DATE CHANGED FOR FISH !I Crawfordville. I backdrop for the religious sink Community. He has resid- for 1966. Last year, residents Wednesd:l i
I The event set for St. Marks service that is held at the waters ed in Wakulla County all of his $10,465. Meat

FRY AT CRAWFORDWLE this Saturday gets underway at': edge. life. He is presently a senior at gave Pointing to the increased costs CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH Spanish Sauce

METHODIST CHURCHThe 5:00 P.M. sponsored by the St. : Crawfordville High School which of expanded rehabilitation ser- SCHOOL MENU FOR Steamed Cabbage

Men's Club of the Craw- Marks Woman's Club. he has attended since the first vice, Day urged citizens to give Cream Style Corn

fordville Methodist Church will Invitations have been Issued to i ZION HILL HOMECOMINGThe grade. Danny has served as generously in the Easter Seal NEXT_WEEK Peaches j
all those seeking nomination on class president for the last four this He said Cornbread ButterMilk 1
fish fry on Saturday, campaign year. Monday
sponsor the Democratic annual Zion Hill Home- has football f
He played
years. that Easter Seal letters will be
II April, beginning at five Each week through April 30, coming service will be held as four years and was cocaptainhis sent out about April 1. Hamburger Steaks Thursday
clock. The of Steamed Rice
proceeds the story carrying the sponsoring usual on the first Sunday in A- senior year. Also, Danny Sliced Ham
fish fry willhelpthe young 0'// group, time, and location will pril, April 3, 1966. Services has played baseball for three'' Creep PeasMandarin Creen Beans '
of the church
ple go to Jse given in the newspaper. will start at H>30 A.M. with years, and made all conference ,:i Oranges Toss Salad
this summer. Bread ButterMilk
fish Any additional rallies will be the Rev. W. L. Prater preaching last year. Danny has served asa ST. MARKS' RALLY Sweet Potato-Marshmcllow .
The will be held
fry ,I noted If they are reported either and will be followed by a representative of the Honor Casserole
conjunction with a ral- SATURDAY APRIL 2nd
political
by the tponsoren or the Demo- basket dinner and general fel- Society. In his Junior year, Tuesday Easter Eggs
ly. The public and all candidates .
are invited to attend. cratic committee. lowship.All Danny was selected by the Am- The St. Marks Woman's Club Spaghetti Bread ButterMilk .
friends of this church, one erican Legion to represent Craw- will sponsor a fish fry and Political Meat Sauce
scheduled This meeting for was formerly of the oldest in the community, fordville at Boy's State. Upon Rally on April 2nd in St. Cabbage-Pineapple Salad

AfC'l116. are invited to share this day with completion of his high school Marks at the school, beginning Peanut Butter Cookies NO SCHOOL FRIDAY.w
I the members. career, Danny Intends to attend at5OOP.M. Speaklngwillbe- Bread Butter

Florida State University. gin at 6:00 P. M. '4s tk .
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COUNTY NEWS LEGAL NOTICE j LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF HEARING ON I

THURSDAT, ARCH I1. 1100WAKUl1A PROPOSED DIVERSION OF II
4 In The Circuit Court of the la the Court of the County I WATERS FROM lAKEJACKSONINTO I
'. Second Judicial Circuit of Flor Judge, Wakulla County, Florida OCHLOCKONEE RIVER
'" rids, bud FocWakulia Coiaf- In Probate. Sixth District Senatorial RaceTHEY'RE :

COUNTY. NEWS 1374 Chancery In rat Estate of TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
STEPHEN W. REVILE, You will take notice that i
WAh.nl "UIt W. C. Holley, Jr. and Eerie Decease public hearing will be held by
Ttfephm W. Holley, hit wife, Raney C. To All Creditors and Persons the Florida Board of Conserva- OFF AND 'RUNNING! i
Whaley and Victoria Whaley, Having Claims or Demands A- tion, a state agency in the iI
'hit wife, Arthur. Rob Intern ancmolt gatast Said Estates House Chamber, Capitol BuildIng -
F. Robiaaon\ his wife, Tallahassee, Florida, on I
You and each of here-
Vlr,lnli KliMWjr .. trdita. Plaintiffs, you are April 7, 1966, at 9:00 A. M., !
vt. by notified claims and required and demand to present (EST). But you can't ,.tell'em without a program

Fred IRhtler ._.. ..t'.bH.lIn' any. The Florida Board of Conservation
Panacea Shores Inc., a Florida which you or either of you hasbeen requested by the
and W. D. Ferguson : have the estate
corporation may against o.
Entered at CrewfordvllU, Florida 1 Chairman of the Board of County -
Stephen W. Revell, deceased, Commissioner of Leon County -
second elm. ltIan r. Subwrlp late of said to' the
ore Defendants. County, 15 1966
by letter of March DISTRICT
Linn ,tA4. ,$3;(M o. per y,,.. NOTICE OF SUIT County Judge Wakulla County to approve diversion of water 6th
Florida, at his office In the
c from Lake Jackson in Leon Coun-
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
court house of said County at
., to the Ochlockonee River.
W. D ty
TO The Defendant
1
Crawfordville Florida withinsix
; diversion
The point of
Ferguson, whose addresi calendar months from the proposed .
Is :Route 1, Box 78, Bonaire time of the first of from Lake Jackson is in the Polotla lawyer, Harvard, oil
publication
31005. Northwest 1/4 of the Northwest Jackson deobr lobbyist
Georgia, Brya
this notice. Two of each
HENRY copies
WILLIAMS 1
GREETINGS 1/4 of Section 5 Township _
claim demand shall be in
REALTY W. D. Holley, Jr., Essie W. writing,or and shall state the placeof North, Range 1 West; the pro the is Bush Po'atko' lawyer Ssetaos
posed point discharge into
his wife C.
Holley, Raney residence and post office address -
and Victoria Ochlockonee River Is in the
Whaley Whaley,
of the claimant, and shall
his wife, Arthur R. Robinsonand Northwest 1/4 of the Southwest Tom Davis lake City candid0fe since '52 10. man
Reg. Real Estate Broker Elofse F. Robinson, his be sworn to by the claimant, his 1/4 of Section 1, Township 1

St. Marfes fl wife, having filed their sworn agent, or attorney and accompanied North, Range 2 West. The rates
,.
Complaint herein fraying for' a by a filing fee of one of flow proposed to be divertedare John Due Quincy lawyer, Negro atty. for CORE
Phone dollar and such claim or demand -
741 mandatory injunction requiring not exceed approximately
the defendant W. D, Ferguson: not so filed shall be void. 300 cubic feet per second and
VOTE
REAL ESTATE All TYPES forthwith to remove a fcettali ft/ Stevie Revell such discharge of waterwould be PETE GIBSON X Perry succassulbusinassmaa
structure from Lots 16 and 17, As Administrator of the Estate restricted to periods when the FOR ONE
_
Unit 3, in Panacea Shores; ac- of Stephen W. Revell, de- Ochlockonee River is below
Associate: corduigto mapar plat on file b ceased.4t310.17.24.31. flood The of this
stage. purpose Marianna .,. fra. farm luresuOdin
I. M. Hatcher Sr. the off ice of the Clerk of Circuit hearing is to establishthe inter- Wayne Mixson '

Phone U 6-3201 Court of Wakulla County, flo- ference withthe reasonable uses -

rida, said structure being mon LEGAL NOTICE! of such waters by such diversion, Perry defeated county tax collector
particularly described inthi if any there be, in accordancewith Murphy
Complaint enoiningthe defend In Court of the County Judge,' the provisions of Section _
If You Meed. ants Panacea Shores, Inc., anc Wakulla County, State of Flo- 373.141 Florida Statutes 1965. Palotka author 0124 county
W. D. Ferguson from violatingany rida. In Probate.in All interested parties may appear B. C. Pearce luate districh(

of the other covenants and re the Estate of and be heard at the time
Office Supplies
restrictions governing all of the and place above specified.
M. A. RUDD,
Office Furniture lots in, Panacea Shores Units 2 Deceased.To Dated this 25th day of March,
Business Machines and 3, and granting plaintiffssuch 1966.
All Whom It May Concern L P. "Pete" Gibson is the only one of the
relief
other meet
Bn or Call maybe Florida Board of Conservation
I and proper in the premises; ; it Notice Is hereby given that Tallahassee Florida above who has a proven record of service for all
RANEY WHALEY is therefore, Norma Rudd filed her final report '
\ ORDERED that the defendantW. as executrix of the estate of /Randolph Hodges the people. He is the only one who has led a fight

atCAPITAL OFFICE D. Ferguson is hereby required M. A. Rudd, deceased; that she Randolph lt-3/31. Hodges Director against a sales tax on medicine and groceries and
to file his written defenses filed her petition for final discharge w. i
EQUIPMENT CO. to said Complaint in this and that she will applyto who has sought prosperity by luring industry into

cause and to serve a copy thereof the Honorable George L. Harper mJtf"TI INCOME-Refilling North Florida.
319 South Adams St. upon the plaintiffs, or their County Judge of Wakulla and collecting money from

Corner E. Penaacola attorney, whose name and address bounty, Florida, on the 11th NEW TYPE high quality coin op-
is W. J. Oven, Jr. Box day of April, 1966, for appova erated dispensers in this area. ,4 F I
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 953 Tallahassee, Florida, on of same and for final discharge selling. To qualify you must DON'T BET ON A LONG SHOT

or before the 28th day of April, as executrix of the estate have car, references, $600 to
1966, or said Complaint will be of M. A. Rudd, deceased, $1900 cash. Seven to twelve Re-Elect
taken as confessed said cause on this 3rd day of March, 1966. hours weekly can net excellent
will proceed accordingly against /s/ Norma Rudd monthly income. More full
the defendant W. D. Ferguson. Executrix of the Estate of t i m e. For personal interview PETE GIBSON
WITNESS MY HAND as Clerk M. A. Rudd, deceased. write P.O. BOX 4185, PITT- as
and the Seal of said Court at SBURGH, PA., 15202. Include
Crawfordville, Wakulla Coun- phone number. i
ty, Florida this 17thday 3/10-17-24-31 ltp-3/31. STATE SENATORFOR

March, 1966.

Moody Clerk PearceAs of Circuit Court In THE SIXTH

w and For Wakulla County, Florida WANTEDLISTINGS

.
by /Beatrice Dugg"T ON ACREAGE
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Political Alvcrtliement Paid For By Campaign TnainrtrNeed
Deputy Clerk (Seal)
41-3/24,31,4/7,14. i FROM 5 ACRES UP


DAVE HAMRICK CALL FOR BIDS WE HAVE CLIENTS I

INSURANCE AGENCY STEVE REVELLPANACEA
The Wakulla County School
Board will sell the following i-
'AUTOMOBILE tems to the highest and best bid- I'I
BONDS der on April 18, 1966. ROBT. RODDENBERRY ASSOC.

One six-inch jointer
'CASUALTY .
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One four-inch jointer .
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MARINE One One wood jig saw lathe I : I

'FIRE One band saw I R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME
One drill press
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I TALLAHASSEE. FLA. One cultivator frame ,

The above items may be Inspected "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"SERVING

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the office of the Superintendentat I the Dominican Republic, NAME LAW
Crawfordville untI19:00A.M.
I I political uncertainty and recurring
, New Installation Monday April 18, 1966. I flare-ups since the ",..olu.i Notice Ishereby given that the
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1 Chairman I Contribution to the CARE Fool Business under the fictitious
Telephone Attest W. E. Whaley I Crusade, New York 10016 an name of Mt. Olive Farmers As-

i .Tallahassee'!!' 877-1773 Superintendent helping to feed 200,000 Domini sociation, in the County of Wa- a
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!. FOR DISTRICT COUNTY NO.COMMISSIONER Z FOI SCHOOL BOARD NEKBEB.IISTUCT For School District Board No.Member 5 MARCH II. UI8


_t To The People of COUNTY NO.3. IAK11U I htrtbjr announce my candidacy !
Wakulla
_, s Count/i for IKa. office of member of Cite FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

Board of Public Instruction of DISTRICT 4
I To friends and '
would lib to offer belleven In better -
Th. Political Aanouacemenls apesrini to you it a candidate for myself Court schools forWakulla County I Wakulla County District No. I.

under beading v Commissioner, District No. announce my candidacy for the I have tried' always to give fair I hereby announce my candi-
Paid for by thaWl $ whoa' Third District. consideration of all conditions. dacy for the office of County

( names\ !.are jtyned .thereto) I am the ton of Mrs. A. C. As a former teacher for 10 If you reflect me to this office Commissioner, District Four ((4)).

McCallister and the late A. C. I yeanand the mother of 4 grade- I I promise to continue to serve In If elected I will work for the

FOR SCHOOL BOARD. MEMBER McCallister. I graduated from school children, I feel that I can the beat Inttroit of our school best Interest of all the county

DISTRICT NpP( J CrawfordviUe High School in help in forming policy to Improve eyetem. at all times.

My Friends and Fellow Citizensof 1952. I started to work for our schools and prepare our Yrar vote and support will be Sincerely,
Wakulla Countyt Swift Packing children for a much more complicated I
Company after appreciated Alton C. Oaks

May I take this,opportunity to graduation and have been with world I than the one inwhlchyoulnd S. B. Roddmbe.." .
them for almost 14 were brought up.
formally candidacy yean. | lm
annqunce; my
for re-election, the Boardof married to the former Waunell For the past 5 yean, with the .
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Public Instruction, from Din Bodiford of Samson, Alabama. help of many other parents, I ;1
We have two children have fought long and hard to
Miche-
trict One. I consider it a great ,
honor and :wonderful privilegeto lle, 8, and Ronnie, 6, both are lower schoolboard salaries so STEVE REVELLROBERT
attending Crawfordvllle that this money could be spenton
have served you as one of School
your School Board Memben for We live On the A. C. McCallis better equipment and suppliesfor H. RODDENBERRY AssociateA
our children instead of
the past three yean. ter farm near Wakulla Springs schoolboard members'going FULL TIME AND COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE :
Since the last time I was asking We are members of the Craw- pock

you for your vote and fordville Baptist Church and ets. I
up-
1961
In when the schoolboard :
port, I was married December, CrawfordvilleP.T will .A.I asked our Representative to see FHA FINANCING AT 6% :
1963 to the former run my campaign for
Margaret about ,
raising their salaries from
Ann (Peggy) Lynn, daughter of county commissioner strictly on $100 to $200 a month for a sin- ANY TYPE HOME!: BUILT ON YOUR LOT bR ACREAGE
my ability and not the faults of
Rev. and Mis. Marvin Lynn of
gle half-day meeting, nearlyONEFOURTHthe
Tallahassee. The Lord has thus my opponent. I am a man with
voters of Wa SEWING: WAKL1LA OXKIY AND TIE ffi\STAL't\
mind .
a of his own. I believe
far blessed us with a lovely dau- kulla County signed a petitionto
that 1 am right until
ghter, Diana, who is now one proven vote AGAINST raising their
YU4-2601 YlM-7435 '022194PANACEA.
wrong, but when shown that 1 :
old. Therefore I have
year now salaries. The petition was Ignored -
even more added incentive in am wrong, I am man enough to and the bill, already in its !

ray desire for continued improvement admit it. I say this to bring out second reading in the Legislature FLORIDA
one point. If elected to this office
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of our school system. was never withdrawn. In "
that belongs to the peo- 1964 LET US BUY OR SELL FOR YOU
I intend to run this campaignontheaccomplirhmentaand December, the members .
ple of Wakulla County and not
im- were given a total of $11,843.- : ,
provemeatelf.elhave been any Individual, I will serve the 43 over and above their $100 a
majority of the people and not month not for extra work
made during my tenure in office any
I I would like to mention a any group or individual. I believe they had done, but as a politi- I
few of these at this time. lathe Wakulla County and the cal gift at the expense of all the EXPERIENCE GETS THINGS DONEpRVCBiCtVj
people in it and I strongly feel schoolchildren in the ,
way of new buildings and classrooms county I I'E
that they an for a
ready changein their
we have the new Gymnasiums including own.
at Sopchoppy and Shade- their county government, and Two months after this moneywas

ville. We have a new Science 1 ask you to give me your vote distributed a Grand Jury investigation -
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Lab and Library at Crawford and support that we might Join revealed the run i ;

villa We have a new Admin- hands andwoiktogetheito make down conditions of our schools. I .
istrative Office and; Cafetoriumat our county a bttter place to live After another long fight over I Ij

Shadeville. and raise our families.I this matter, the bill was finally
invite all of to either I
We have made repain at the you repealed in the 1965 Legislatureby I
Buckhorn Elementary School call or come see me anytimeyou Rep. Ernest Roddcnberry, j I'
have a suggestion or a question total of
with additional work contem- withdrawing a $500 a :
to ask. 1 solicit: IN CONGRESS I "
plated at this time. We completely humbly month from board members'salaries i
reworked the floors of the your vote and support.Hugh to be used on the schools. :

St. Marks Elementary School. McCallisterFOR I have also fought thru every DISTRICT 2

We also completely refurnishedthe medium of public opinion to .

dining room and replacedsome COUNTY COMMISSIONER show that some memben of the
board were absent without cause
of the
in the
equipment DISTRICT NO. 4 Here's stand state's rights
my on :
and at times when their
kitchen of the lunchroom at St. I presence During my 13 years In Congress,
Marks. We to and their vote was crucial In voted consistently i
expect begin construction I wish to take this opportunity 1 have J
: of a storage facility at to implementing board decisions.At keep those rights not sped 'qll ,
St. Marks shortly. This is announce my candidacy for one of these Important meetings Heal h granted to the Federal
very
re-election to the Board of
Government by the Constitution
held last July to hire a new
something which has been needed County Commissioners, District I have actively resisted the v
principal, a meeting was post-
for some time. In the way 4. trend of the concentration ofFederal ,,.-
because 3 membercouldn't
twice
of educational aids, we are now I have served the citizens of poned I authority in central

in the process of completely up- Wakulla County for 11 years. be present. When the gobernnent because I believe
dating our school libraries. By Ihave been honored col- meeting was finally held, 2 : that tree mat can best solve ,
by my members bad to wait more thanan their local and s : ;"Di.I (Nllt) MesuArw.
the beginning of the next school legues by being elected Board problems on a A.:: : ye-.MCeeemie
hour before the 3rd member state level. {
,
term this should be- completed. Chairman for five of the eleven .dbeew..6netMpew.MI : : !
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could have u
arrived so they a 1 A.MtI- C..e Theoe Nee
We currently have on order a yean that I have served.I I sub.anua. Lr rAe ..'..1..... '
very large quantity of equipmentfor ask the citizens Wakulla quorum to vote. ..",...d.a.eIMM. ,....of elMNrew.A :
classroom aidswhich will be reflect the Serving on the board Is not on- I ,. ...... ....Grip d.... j :
County on progress ly a matter accepting bids on IHf II..,I.llf M."......l..,...rml t t
distributed to all the schools as that has been made duru.g the
equipment or hiring teachers, I t
soon as received. Your County terms I have served. I have
school system now has a full- worked for the establishment of but a trends matter in of education understandingnew in a I VOTE TO KEEP MATTHEWS IN CONGRESS t 1

time Guidance Counselor the the Wakulla County Development mechanized and automated world DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 3N.M.M.L..e.Yr -Q- ;
first time ever. The Guidance Authority and the Wakulla ,.. {
where there are too many people Y M r.-.w rr y.-
Counselor can be of invaluable County Development and Recreation and fewfor
for simple Jobs too "
assistance in helping our child- Commission. occupations that take ideas, .. .'* *' '* .

ren realize their educational po- I was one of the original tupportenfor complex training, and disci J I .
tentials. the restoration of the :
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pline.It
In the way of Improving our old Fort. I supported the offshore is necessary to understand 1_ r_ .r

financial operations, we are ad- fishing reefs and the present these changes and keep abreastof

hering to a very strict Purchase recreational facility at them to prepare children to

Order System to Insure that we Haul-Over Rise. I have work- overcome the problems of the I

receive a dollars' worth of goods edwith the developments of the world with enough training so Elect

and services for every dollar of Volunteer Fire Department in that the problems of die world
school the I have seen the results -
your money spent. county. will not overcome them. i
By efficient have of the cooperation between
operations we As the daughter of a teacherand ,
been able to drastically reduce our Civil Defense Unit and other
a teacher for many yean
the cost of bus repairs and supply State agencies. It is my desireto myself, I feel qualified to help i:

parts. Yet at the present time continue to serve for the best you fight the battle for a better CECIL A. KENNEDY i

our bus fleet all whole is in the interest*of all of Wakulla Coun deal inedlM.atlonfor: your child t

best mechanical condition in ty. My experience, 1 lyfeel, is ren and mine.
several yean. The State Audi- valuable to the progress of our
ton1 of the that I Mrs. Elizabeth F. Smith
Report our financial o- County; knowledge

perationa for the last fiscal yearis have gained by attending State Successful

the best ever received byyour wide meetings of County Com- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 0

School Board. We have implemented ralasionen has made it possible DISTRICT No. 4 SENATOR

or are in the process to consider proble ms f the bet- ; e" Fifth Generation

of Implementing the State terment of the county.I I wish to announce my candi-

A wUton'auggestions for improved be glad to talkwith anybody dacy for the Board of County Southerner

financial: operations. I am who feels that I can assist Commissioners, District No. 4.

confident that the Audit of our them with their Medicare prob offer myself for this high office ; I

financial operations for the cur- lems. because I feel that I can th FarmerO
rent fiscal yearwill be even better I humbly and earnestly solicit honestly serve all of Wakulla

yet. your vote and support. County with integrity and Intelligence 2 5

These are some of the many Willard Carter, I served on the Wakulla Cattleman
changes which have been made County School Board for 8 I

during my term of office. I feel years. I am a native of the
FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
that these changes can only serve DISTRICT NO. 1 county and have taken an active Businessman i iI

to Improve our school system. part In community and county I

The most valuable asset we projects. I am a member of the
have incur County is our child- I hereby announce my candi-School American Legion, V.F.W., e New Car Dealer i

ren. We must constantly provide dacy Board for from member District of No.the 1. Florida Highway Patrol Auxiliary DISTRICT. !
every educational means possible Wakulla County Chamber
I would like to interest Timber Grower
express my I
for them. Our children of of Commerce, Panacea Chamber -
in the schools of Wakulla
today axe our leaden of tomor- of Commerce, and Sopchop- Ii
desire that
and it Is
County my
for i
row.I PTA. I am in business
child in the county be py
feel that the School Board is every in the
myself county. I
the most Important elective: office provided with the very best of that ill am elected :
I promise
educational you : : '} ;
to be held in our Count) sible. 1 have opportunities had two daughters pos- I will always act for the CECIL A. KENNEDY WILL: .
Government. best Interest of all of the cowl -
to from CrawfordviUe .
graduate
I have tried to serve you as .
School with honors and in J
one
your School: Board Member with I humbly solicit your vote and
the filth grade, and grandchildren _
complete honesty and dillsence support.
nearing school: age. I am i
In endeavor to provide good
our proud of our Wakulla County James G. Taylor
schools for children. My only Schools, but want to work toward Select advisory; committees for each of the 24 counties.
the
desire is to work for con-
tinued improve me at of our many needed improve FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER e Create full time, completely staffed office In Tallahassee/ to
ments. If you see fit to placeme DISTRICT NO. 2 I
schools. in this honored position, @LX work actively with you en ill problems 365 days of the year.
solicit the vote and
earnestly and will be e Retain a full time administrative aide.
support of all citiatns who are your vote support I wish to announce that I ama
appreciated and I will count it candidate for re-election to
interested continued tmpeovemeat Work unceasingly to return your
a privilege to serve you. the office of County Commissioner -
of our schools. .1 Mellon Jemigan from District No. 2, Wa- state senator to the people by

BobbyPauik kulla County. creating 'individual senatorialdistricts.

I pledge my continued efforts .
BOARD MEMBER
FOR SCHOOL for a sound and progressive county e
DISTRICT NO. 3
FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER government.
NO. S I sincerely appreciate the privilege -
DISTRICT candidacy -
I wish to announce my
of having served this office -
fdtre-electlon to theBoard .0
for the three terms an.:
candidacy for past
I announce my of Public Instruction of
, School Board Member from Dlslict earnestly solicit your vote and

5. with the un'dflcatiOlll that I IVakuQa I have County.and will continue towork support in the coming primaries.

have the and quali education foe Ralph Strickland
for a better
to make the people of children and mine. As 25th District Senator
your
Wakulla County a good School I earnestly solicit your vote

Board Member. and support Cecil A. Kennedy will :
I am married have two children FOR SCHOOL BOARD'

veteran of World War II, Bobbey Prey MEMBER, DISTRICT NO. 1

serving with the 101st Airborne o Be constantly available to any 'Individual/ group
Donate his salary to charity.
Division, sdsoolteacherfor COMMISSIONER I hereby announce my candi-
FOR COUNTY governmental or civic-who needs him.' '
three yean, member of Lions DISTRICT NO. 2 dacy for Member of the School Regularly visit each of the 24 counties/ see .
Club and Wakulla County Board from District No. 1. personally to the needs of the district. o Devote full time to being' YOUR SENATOR

Chamber of Commerce, -- I hereby announce my candidacy I served on the. School Board FROM THE 25th DISTRICT

berof Sopchoppy Methodist for County Commissioner for eight yean,

Church and lifelong resident of from District No. 2, Wakulla heel that my experience I
ow county. I graduated from qualifies me for this office. U

college with a a.S. and. Her I promise if X'am elected I I am elected! I pledge to serve CECIL A. KENNEDY2Sth

terti Degree. will work to make Wakulla the people to the best of my a- '

I will work hard for you and County grow.I bllity. I humbly solicit your Senatorial Candidate

will appreciate your vote and humbly ask for your vote and vote and support.Kenneth .


tuppott Stave Rcvell support. E. L.I Clover h" C. Roberts 1 M Pcotlcal aer rMi.B..l PiM fM Bjr Ctmpilf Tltaiwtr'elitical 4, I


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C. Sapp son, Kenneth, are visiting Mrs. returned home this past fri-
Collins' parents, Mr. and Mrs. day afternoon from Montgomery, MCCLENDON FUNERAL .'SPECIALS :
The Lions Club of Sopchoppy Quinton Bums, for several days. Alabama, where they had visit- I
held their bi-monthly meeting Sgt. Collins is home on leave ed his father who Is ill in the
Monday evening, March 21, after being stationed in Ulm, hospital there. r' HOME .
with attendance. The Lions Germany. He will now be sta- i 1,4'SPECIAl. '
Club has been boosted from a tioned at Fort Louis, Washing- Mrs. Ola Aplin and daughter, 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE FRI.. SAT./"MON. AND TUfiSColbniaf :
membership of 12 to that of 23. Georgia, of Pensacola, are visiting -
A wonderful spirit has been gen- ton.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Aplir.Mr. .
erated within the membershipand and Mrs. L. C. Sapp visited -
fla.
the bi-monthly meetings area Mrs. Sapp's sister, Mrs. L. and Mrs. Spencer Cox of PHONE 385-1161 Tallahassee' ,
highlight of the community'ssocial L. Folson, in Quitman, Georgia Kingham, Kansas, are in vicinity -
The broom sale this past Sunday. visiting relatives in Smith '
activity.
Creek and Tallahassee.
They'
J just concluded was a highwater Miss Elaine Revell spent this afternoon callers 'I Ro- 5 .Lbd
I were Sunday at The Rev. and Mrs. Roy
mark inactivity by the club and More than 260 palm trees with
weekend
past at the home of her this SUGAR
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harmes
: had as their guests
chester
resulted in the largest sale of father Revell. an average height of 30 feet
Hardy also Mr. and Mrs. E. E. i and fam-
brooms in the history of the as were past weekend their son were transplanted within a six-
Club. Members of the Carra- Roberts and children, and Mr. ily, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Rochester month period in 1962 at Flori.da' 59
Mrs. Annette Strickland and
and Mrs. Herb Maiwald from of High Springs Flori- Cypress Gardens.Mrs. .
belle Uons Club were honored daughter, June, of Tallahassee, Tallahassee.
guests at last Monday night'smeeting. visited her mother, Mrs. Willie da.
Those attending weret Mae Porter, this past weekend.Mrs. Misses Reba and Elizabeth T. BONE STEAK, Ib. 79t
John D. Brogden, President; R. Brown and Herbert Brown of East Mr. and Mrs. Connie Smith of
1.. Rile, Secretary;; Dr. L. O. Delma Roberts and Miss I Point, Florida, and Mr. and I Tallahassee visited relatives in 35c
Franklin C. Plefer of June Roberts were the dinner Mrs. J. F. Kilboum of Panama I Sopchoppythis past Sunday after Fresh Grade FRYERS,
Lanark Village, Edward Bailey. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delton City, visited Mrs. Annie Harms, attending the funeral of her uncle Ruby Lee Futch of Pan-
The Future Homemrkers As- I Colvin of Medart this past Sun- and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brownon Mr. John Metcalf of Pana- ama City was a recent visitor I PORK CHOPS, Center Cut, Ib. .89c
Sunday. i I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
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sociation Banquet was day.Mrs. cea.Mr.
day evening in the Q. S. Moore of Lake City We are happy Mrs. Faye Rouseis ,I and Mrs. Terry Land and Shelton Roddenberry. PORK CHOPS Ib. end cuts, ,79c
High School cafe t er i a Fri-j: Florida, visited relatives in able to be out again after being family of Panama City visited ,
William Payne was the this area Sunday afternoon. confined the past twoweeks his mother, Mrs. Louise Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Strick
speaker and music was Mrs. Nellie Raker accompaniedher with an injured foot. ,: this past weekend. land spent a long weekend on a TOMATOES. 303 can, 2 cans 33c
by Henry McDonald, Jerry Sim- home to Lake City, where pleasure sightseeing trip over
Mr. and Mrs. Amos
Langston ;:
mons, and Elmo White, Jr. The I she will spend several days with County Commissioner John Davis to Jacksonville and Daytona
have returned
from a few days'
banquet was sponsored by Mrs. her. with their son, Lonnie and fam- left Beach this past to attend Friday for a Commissioners WestPalm Beach.of college They students reported were the already influx -- Bama APPLE JELLY 18 oz. 27.c
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