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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
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VOLUME NUMBER, 3211,|_ u._ CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA: _.tHURSOAt.. APRIL 7. 1968 32327, Prict lee Per Copy
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EDITORIALThe CRAWFORDIMLLE I 'HIGH' CANCER NEWS PANTHERS WIN >

SCHOOL NEWS The Panthers of C.H. S. clos-

Wakulla County News believes "* One of the foremost authoritieson ed out the first week of the 1966 1

- it Is in the best interestof BY Wanda MetcalfThe Cancer in the Southeastern baseball season with three wins.

the people of this County to Senior Class has crderei United States J. ArchAvary, The Panthers defeated Wewahit-

deep Congressman D. R. "Billy"' candy bars, milk chocolat. will be in Tallahassee, April chka, Carra belle, and Rickardsby

Matthews on the Job in Wash- with almonds, which will sel 15, to address the hundreds of rather wide margins. The

ington. We have reached this for 50
conclusion after a careful studyof also sponsoring a political rail) Cancer Crusades throughout the inexperienced, continue to '1

the two fine men running for on April 30th. They are plan areas. The dinner will mark show improvement each game.In .

this position. The redistricting Ding to serve a fish supper. the midway point of "Cancer the season's opener, Bobby

by the 1965 session of the Florida Control Month", which began Porter, a 9th grade right hander -

State Legislature placed two HONOR ROLL FOR earlier. April was proclaimedas scattered five hits andwalk-

fine men, Billy Mathhews and C'VILLE SCHOOL"A Cancer Month by President ed two in notching a win over

Don Fuqua, in the same district Lyndon B. Johnson and Covemor the Wewa Cators. Porter struck

and requires the voters in the Roll Haydon Burns. out thirteen. Don Sparkman hita .

new second Congressional Dis- 12th Cradet Kathy Strickland.8th Avary, Executive Vice Presi- two-run homer for the Pan-
dent of the Trust Company of thers in the second inning. Dan-
trict to make a choice between Grade Melinda Harvey.6th .
them.It Grades Betty Green. Georgia, in Atlanta has a first ny Miller, Don Sparkman, and .

was not an easychoice.We 3rd Grades Regina Oaks, Dan- hand knowledge of Cancer. He Eric Mathis each had two runs
like is a cured victim having vowed batted in.
both of these men per- ica Weiford.
sonally. Congressman Matthews 2nd Gradet Helen Wilson, Mi- he would help others to overcome In the Panthers second game,

is on the powerful House Appropriations chelle McCalliiter, Randy the disease by showing they met and defeated the Car-

Committee. He is vitally Smith, Dennis Tucker, Anna them that early detection is the rabelle Green Devils at Carra-

interested in the best defense against Cancer. In belle. David Harvey 10th
development Whaley.1st ...-...;;
of the Gulf Intracoastal Grades Patty Taff. so doing A vary has made speak- grade, made his first pitching

Waterway. His membership on "B" Honor RolL appearances throughout assignment, an impressive one
this committee places him in a Georgia and Florida.On as he allowed only two hits as '

unique position to be of enormous 12th Grades Marilyn Alligood, at least two occasions, business his teammates combed the Dev- .

help in the completion of Danny Miller, Donnie Spark- firms where Avary was ils' ace pitcher, Billy Owens,

this important project. man, Laura Council. speaking, offered expensive giftsto twelve runsonnint hits.

10th Grades Rhonda Burnette, persons in the audience that The Panthers stole a record 14 J. K. Wall left Cadsden
Add to this his personal con- Barbara Raker Strick- County, chairman of the 2nd District Florida Association of Sanitarians
tacts and influence developedin Wayne have a physical examination to bases in the contest. and secretary W. H. Baatz, Wakulb County, hosted a 15 county meeting of the 2nd District
land. Shell
thirteen detect cancer within thirty days The Panthers emptied their Point Beach last fhe at
years in Congress, recently. group praised the facilities that available
9th Gradei: Frank Rabenau, are at this new resort area.
after Avary's speech.His
and we have a good man in Bil- hearing bench and allreserves were THE
COUNTYAGENT'S I
ly Matthews. Jimmy Duggar, Scott Caby, goal is to convince his au- played late in the contest. LETTER TO CITIZENSOF DISTRICT MEETING HELD

The Wakulla endorses Lane Martin, David Miller, San- dience they are potential can- The undefeated Panthers met I CORNERBY WAKULLA COUNTY
BEACHThe
CountyNews AT SHELL POINT
dra Weatherington, Darlyne victims and the only hope of Saturday
D. R. "Billy cer Rickards at Tallahassee E. R. Wheaton,
Wildem. Mrs. J. D. Turner President
re-election to Congress. curing the disease is by treat- in contest that was expected A frequent question this I Second District lithe Florida
very Wakulla
8th Grades Deborah Coxwell.7th County Unit ACS
Wakulla will have ment at the earliest stages. to be one of the big tests for ,
County a Gradei: Wanda Harvey time of the year is "How do I Route 2, Box 37 Association of Sanitarianshad
,
friend in Matthews. Mrs. Ruth Neilson, Executive Craw ford vllle this season. Dus-
Billy their Fri-
keep worms out of quarterly meeting
peachesand
Linda Lawhon, Anne Mathll, my Crawfordville, Florida 32327
Can-
the American
Director of
ty Cook, 12th grade, allowedthe ?" day March 25 1966 at the
Pam Oliver Ricky Strickland.6th plums It is said that the Dear ,
Mis. Turner
said
cer Society in Tallahassee, Redskins a Class A.School,
Grades Diane Mathers early bird gets the worm and the Shell Point Beach Restaurant.Mr. .
"We are proud and fortunate to five runs on seven hits, as the same Is true for peaches and On behalf the American Can- Bernard Wilson, presidentof
Nazworth David Brown
BIRTHDAY PARTY Marsha Marilyn Burnette, Desmond, be able to bring a man of Mr.Avary's Panthers came out with an easy plums. The person who sprays Society, Iwant to thank the Wakulla County Chamberof
,
Tallahasseefor
stature to 10-5 victory. will the that those dedicated volunteers of Commerce welcomed the
early ,
Tucker Eddie Lorinda get worms
Little Shelia Kay Hogue cele- Nazworth, Mike Whaley Council., the purpose of educating" our The final outcome of the gameis usually get the fruit. The best your Unit who participated in sanitarians from.our fifteen

brated her birthday Saturday, 5th Grade, Debra Weiford citizens about Cancer. still pending as at last report recommendation I can give is the Cancer Prevention Study. neighboring counties.

March 26th, at her home in Luther Raw)Is Rebecca Entertainment for the program the game was being protested by to follow a Regular: spray sche- :The Chairman and the Re- The Health Department Sani-
Posey I
Mrs. Pearce Barrett
feature
Crawfordvllle. will Rickards' Coach Fran Keel. searchers
Unit did -
an excellent
dule. The insect that your tarians members from the Department -
Lilliston Marsha Jemi ,I causes"wormy" ,
Those attending were Ferre; Johnny I soprano, accompanied by Mrs. The disputed play came in the fruit is the plum cur- j job and arc to be highly of Agriculture and the
Barwick, Parish Barwick, Ash gan. I. Barnett Harrison at the piano third inning when a Crawford- commended for their devotionand
c u 1 f o. Three applications of Hotel and Restaurant Commission
4th Grade Brimmer
leyCoxwell, BetsyWilson, Mar- Cheryl I The Leon County Unit of the ville batter came to the plate perserverence.
Evans Smith malathion should give satisfac- heard a committee reporton
Angela Raymond ,
Rehwinkel Tucker American Cancer Society, began not a hel-
wearing protective
ty Dehvyn The work done this
Kathy Strickland.3rd tory control of this pest. When year com- County-State relationships as
Karen Posey, Beverly Sheller, Grades Jack Townsend, Lisa its campaign to raise $20- met.When spraying make certain that all pletes the Study insofar as your affects their profession, follow-
000 Crusade Chair- this asked Pan-
AfC'il4.
and Terry Posey. Smith, DennisWorrell, Kathy on reporter branches and tree trunk are cov- Unit is concerned. All cards !d by lunch, business meeting,
acted hostessfor Edward B. McClendon said ther Coach Mathis about the
as man
Kathy Hogue
Greene. ered thoroughly. Set your spray have been sent on to the tabulat- nd election of new officers.
her sister. "The drive is progressing nicely, protest, his answer was, "Frankwas
schedule in the following manner ing center in New York and
2nd Grade : Sonja Council
Cake and ice cream were servd and we are still confident that well within his rights to enter within
six months
the guests.STUDENTS. Deborah Brown, Vicky Strick- the generosity of Leon County the protest and I might have should some have or eight BROWARD WILLIAMS SAYS
First when we a which
Application most report ,
land Bill
Beverly Cowdy, Harvey will enable us to done the at that
citizens surpassour same thing EDUCATION TOP NEED
I
should be
petals have fallen. am sure, most interesting -
Jackie Sheryl Naz "
Posey
of the I believe
original goal. point game.
worth Bonita Second Application About 10 and helpful. It is, of
Terry Posey, The dinner will be held at the that coach should in there
a
get
TEACHERSTO Stokley. days after the first. course, impossible to thank all Tallahassee (Special) State
1st Gradei Craig Cowdy Ron- Howard Johnson Restaurant on and fight forhisteam. The Third Application about 2 those subjects who participatedin Treasurer Broward Williams today
,
BE HONORED Apalachee Parkway, Friday, April play was rather unimportant in
the and who declared the education
nie McCallister David Gibbs weeks after the second.If Study really gave of"Florida'schildren
,
IS 7:00 P. M. Tickets are the games final outcome and I
Billy Chambers Charles Carter you are like me, I cannot needed information for a periodof is our top responsibility -
,
each and reservations feel that the time the defeatof
$3.00 may at ,
keep track of 10 Intervals five years However, we and one which
Sally Naomi day
Outstanding high school Begley, Cherry, be made by contacting the American a Class A School by a "C" can thank the researchers and needs
Rita Durance Green very easily in order to follow qualified leadership the
Ricky
,
seniors and their favorite Cancer Society Office, School might have influencedhis
this schedule start say to your group, "Thanks Fora Cabinet level".
Clay Oaks, Royce Posey, Loretta spray so ( my
teachers from this" area will Robison. 121 East Georgia Street, Talla- not withdrawing the protest first spray on Saturday and spray Job Well Done. Williams Is campaigning for
2225841The after the was As far
hassee, telephone game over. for total of 5 election to a four-year term In
be honored April 14 at the an- is invited. as we are concerned every Saturday a Sincerely yours,
public we won
times. This I find little the office he currently holds.
way a /s/ L. H. Peterson
Teacher Achievement Recognition the game 10-5 no amount' of ,
EDUCATION easier to remember. Executive: Vice PresidentP. He pointed to the "tremendous
Program (STAR) in COUNTY HENDRIX WILLIS mumbo-jumbo change that.. There are other insects that attack S. Our records indicate that progress" Florida is currently

Tallahassee.The ASSOCIATION MEETSMr. We are waiting to see what the peaches and plums but are the Study conducted in your making in the fields of public
final outcome will be but
STAR students are selected Hendrix Willis, 52, owner- the at too lengthy for this article. You county was nearly 100'% perfectin school education and higher ed-

in each school on the Florida. Jack EducationAssociation Steven's presentationof manager of the H. and W. more present important are concerned" with may obtain a mimeograph copyof every respect.FORESTRY ucation. Williams said, "a stable .

basis of scores made on the Company (heavy equipment repair things. this information by calling or educational system with fair ,
goals and of the of the Box scores will appear In the
College Board Scholastic Aptitude F.E.A. convention program highlightedthe ), died Sunday morning, next issue. dropping by the County Agent'sOffice. FIELD DAY pay for topflight teachers, facilities -

test, and highest scorer March 27, at Tallahassee Mem- for every student, and high I
Wakulla County Education
among the schools is selected orial Hospital.A STOP Read the Label WINNERS ANNOUNCED academic achievement goals are
Association March
meeting on "
essential to Florida's future.
aj county winner to enter dis 17. A proposed salary scheduleto native of Wakulla County CHS BASEBAllSCHEDULE This time of the year when we Tallahassee, March 21--With The
1422Old Cabinet official said his
trict competition. be presented to the School Willis made his home at FOR 1966 use insecticides more than usual Carey Alday scoring 15 of histeam's record education him

The winning student in each Board was adopted at the meet- St. Augustine Rd. He had around flowers and the home we 32 points, Blountstown on places

county names a favorite teacher ing in the St. Marks School. resided in Leon and Wa k u I 11 Tuesday, March 22, Wewa- need to be very cautious in how Senior High took top honors in a among the who leaden insist in that State Florida Government -

whom she or he thinks has Mrs. Inez Walker presentedthe Counties all his life. He was i hitchka, Here, 3:30 EST; Fri- we use these pesticides. Most forestry field day held here Fri., must be "second in
to
made the greatest contribution devotional. Mrs. Sharon memberof the Lafayette Presby day, March 25, Carrabelle are poisonous and some are lethal March 18th.Havana teachers classrooms none providing and-
;
terian Church. There, 7:30 EST Saturday enough to kill a High was second with
to the student's scholastic Bigelow, third grade teacher at ; person equipment to doa first class
Funeral services were conduct. March 26 Rickards There contact such "Parathion'. 14 points and Blountstown job
achievement. Bath STAR students St. Marks, led the group in singing as Junior of
and then sang two solos. ed from the graveside at Lake 2:00 EST. Tallahassee Old Air- This particular insecticide has and Hamilton County High tied educating our young people.
and teachers then Williams has been
an The program of the F.E.A. Ellen Cemetery in Wakulla port; Tuesday, March 29, Chap- been responsible for the death of for third with 13 points each. the drive active in
honored at the to ahead with Florida
banquet. convention in Miami in late A- County at 3:00 P.M. Tuesdaywith man, Here, 3:30 EST Friday, children and adults. The event was held at Blue push

Last year's district winnerwas pril was Mr. Steven's first topic. the Rev. O. C. Hall anc April 1, Practice Came, 4:00: In using these materials around Sink, five miles south of hereat Central Technological University in

Elizabeth E. Raody Special attention will be given the Rev. Emmett Whaley offi- EST Saturday, April 2, Bristol, the home and farm -- Stop-- the junction of state roads 61 Florida, The Universityof
West Florida
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Els- the recently published report by ciating. Burial followed in the Here, 1:00 EST; Monday, April Read the Label. Follow the directions and 369 in the Apalachicola of and continue
Florida
growth Atlantic Uni-
ton P. Roady of Tallahassee. N. E.A. on 'The Political Atmosphere Lake Ellen Cemetery under direction 4, Carrabelle, Here, 3:30 EST; for using and mix ac- National Forest. and the of .

The STAR program is sponsored and Politics in Florida of Culleyand Sons Funeral Wednesday, April 6, Chapman, cordingly. Be cautious and be Eleven FFA chapters represent verslty South Florida. University

by the Florida State Schools. Home. There, 1:30 EST Friday, April alive. ing Calhoun Cadsden, Gulf, He said "We need

Chamber of Commerce. Mitchell This year each candidate for Willis is survived by his widow 8, Sopchoppy, Here, 1,30 EST SOPCHOPPY NEWS Jefferson, Leon, Liberty, Su- inthisvital, field.no With politics

Drew of Quincy is chair governor will present a short Mrs. Lola P. Willis, Tallahassee Tuesday. April 12, Bristol wannee, Hamilton, and Wak- daughter of a
in of
man for this district, which speech to the convention on ; two brothers, Lloyd Willis There, Ii30 EST Friday, April BYLoutse C. Sapp ulla counties entered contestants. our State Universities my own I one havean
includes Calhoun Franklin Thursday night. Governor Burns Tallahassee, andWoodrow WillIs 15, Rickards, Here, 4:00 EST; I More than 100 boys participated. ,

I Gadsden Hamilton Jackson, and State Superintendent of Sopchoppy; four sisters, Mrs Saturday, Ap'il16, Practice New residents to the Sopchoppy Leonard Woodward of Perry, abiding the interest innulntaln-

Schools Floyd Christian will Cleona Blackburn, JacksonvilleMrs. Came, 4:00 EST Monday, April area are Mr. and Mrs. Neal a forester with the Buckeye Cellulose tion ing it highest is quality instruc-

Jefferson Lafayette, Leon, speak Friday evening. Ruby McKenzie and Mrs 18, Sopchoppy, There 3:00 Kittrell, presently residing at Corporation, presented the Williams'possible to have".

Liberty, Madison Suwannee The program action committee Sara Jenks, Sopchoppy, and Mrs EST Wednesday, Aiil20, First the river home of Mrs. Ralph winning contestants with cash :a- Ann attends daughter, Shirley

Taylor and Wakulla Counties. of F.E.A. has proposed that Alleen Manero, Lansdale, Penn. Round Sub Croup 3B at Sopchoppy Brown. Mrs. Kittrell is the business wards totalling $100 donated by Florida State Uni-

Drew will preside at the district the following goals be sought in Serving as pallbearers for the Crawfordville vs teacher at Sopchoppy the company.The versity.Mr.

recognition banquet the '67 legislature ((1)) sufficient funeral were Buford Cox, C. C. 3iOO EST; Friday, April, High School. We welcome this contests were judged by

scheduled at 6:30: p.m. April funds for a) reduction of Messer, Ceorge Taff, Kenned: Winner First Round vs Carra- young couple to the area. foresters from Buckeye and Florida

14 in the University Union at the pupil-teacher ratio, b) an Corm, Harry Morrison, J. Eu- belle, 4:00 EST; Monday, April Forest Service.

Florida State University. increase in minimum salary to gene Kelly, B. K. Barwick 25, Practice Came, 4:00 EST The Tallahassee field day was and Mrs. Bill Meayman

After all district winners $5,000, c) at least thirty min- James Bragg, C. E. Weaver Wednesday, April 27, Croup 2 Mr. and Mrs. Braxton Barwick the third in a set of four being and daughter, Debbie, from

are selected, they and their utesreleasedtime forevery tea- Fred Suber, Luther Tucker, ABe Class B Tournament at Port St. and daughter, Rose Ann, visit- held for FFA boys this year. Nashville, Tenn., arrived last

teachers, will be taken on a cher for lunch and planning, d) Taff and J. McFarland. Joe, Starting at 2:00 EST, Finals ed relatives in Coleman, Florida The finale will be held March Saturday to visit Mrs. Merry.man's .
Friday April 29 at 3 00' 25th in West Flo- parents, Mr. and Mrs.
textbooks and : EST this week. near Freeport
week long. statewide tour of instructional materials past Fend
Monday, May 2, Wewahitchka rida. Keightley. They: returned
educational, industrial, historical ; ((2)) a law allowing professional There 2:00 CST home today.
negotiation COFFEE SET FOR ; Friday, May
agreements
and scenic sites Florida
6, Regional Tournament Site Happy Birthday to Alene Har- CRAWFORD V,HEPERSONALS
between shcool boards and tea-
State is of the HILEY' HIERS
one
major Not Yet Selected for rell Shirley Ann
chers ((3)) elimfnationofthe dis Winners of Kilgore, Joe Miss Blllle Helen Hammick
Mops on the,tour. Croup 1 and 2; Thursday, May McKenzie, Ruby Bryan has
Met election April 17, candidate for the Brumby, resigned as nurse at Tallahassee -
No state money is Involved ciLLUge thereby House of Representatives 12, State Tournament for win- Cecil Nichols, Braxton Barwlck, Miss Kay Cogdill arrived from Memorial Hospital to accept -
Miley
in the STAR program although permitting county-school boards Mien of Tallahassee will be ners of regionals. Johnnie Revell and J. P. Smith. Knoxville, Tennessee, by plane the position of County
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it is conducted with the approval to levy up to 20 mills. at a coffee at the homeof entertained last week, to the home of her Health Nurse in Jefferson Coun-

and cooperation of the The proposed salary schedule Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmle parenti, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. ty.
State Department of Education. includes several changes, as B. The Senior Class of Sopchoppy Cogdill of St. Marks. -

':. well as Increases at all levels. Dykes The event in Crawfordvllle.will get underway "A celebrity la a person High School presented the comedy .' __ J __.... Greg Ke ightley his b unable
The association agreed to spon- i who "The Stuck Pot" last I
Donnie Sportsman was sel for future tea- at 3:00 P.M. till 5:00: P.M. works hard to become Friday Sonny Hammlck from Macon I to attend school this week due
sor a scholarship afternoon in the high school |
ectedand Mrs. D. Miller was well-known and then au- to a cut his foot
on
Allof the citizens the county wean University the weekend In he receivedon
chers and the fund with spent
ditorium.
his teacher. began ; The play was well
chosen as dark
Invited. classes to avoid Crawfordvllle father- Saturday.
small are being with his ,
a appropriation. attended, both at the matinee/
; recognized. and evtning perfonnanr E. C. Hammlck. I









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n WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS 1 LEGAL NOTICE'.I MINUTES OF WA KULLA Florida; Greeting by Rev. FrankFord ed to pitch. Danny Miller Eric Ma-will IRA"BIES CLINICS
L tHURSDAI. APRIL T. nee COUNTY COMMISSION pastor; solo by Mother Ella be back at catcher, 2nd, I

I ..---,--- -.- '.I f In The Circuit Court of the March 21, 1966 M. Harvey; Greetings by Mr. this at 1st, Shark Wilson at Dusty
Rufus Williams, Principal, and also David Harvey.
WAKULLACOUNTY Second Judicial Circuit of flo- I Shadeville School Select- Cook at 3rd. Short stop is up
rida, In and ForWakulla Coun- The Board of County Commis- High ; and SPONSORED BY
'"I In I sioners of Wakulla County met ion by Pilgrim Rest P. B. Choir; for grabs with Johnny Harper
NEWS' ty. Chancery. in the race.
1374.W. this date in Crawfordville with Greetings by Mr. George F. Wayne Langston
C. the following present Willard Green, Principal, Buckhorn Ele Donny Sparkman and Butch Taff WAKULLA COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
and EssieW. One
Holley, Jr. outfield.
WAInul 30I will be in the
Telephone Carter Chairman mentary School Selection by'
George ;
Holley, his wife, Raney C. ; to be AND THE
I I is
Young, Vice Chairman;WilliamD. Thessa Ionia M. B. Choir, Hyde outfield i position yet
8)Virrlnll Whaley! wife, Arthur and Victoria R. Robinsonand Whaley, Walker, Ralph Strickland, Park, Florida; Sermon by Rev. filled. We will hope that boys COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AGENT'S OFFICE
D. B. Thessalonla who have held these positionslast
Eloise F. Robinson, his wife, John L. Davis, Commissioners. Speed, pastor, much
Minutes of M. B. Church Park, year will have too
the last Hyde
KekhtUr Edit* meetingwere
I Plaintiffs, read and approved. Florida; Selection by Junior pride to lose them because of SATURDAY APRIL' 16 SATURDAY APRIL 23A
1st
vs. Motion by Commissioner Nightingales, Tallahassee, Florida poor performance. Several
Panacea Shores, Inc., a Florida Strickland and seconded by ; Collection by Dea Lewis season boys and squad membersof i
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Knterrd at Criwfordvill. Florida: corporation, and W. D. Ferguson Commissioner Davis to requestthe Bailey and Sis Bernice Harvey. last years' team will be tryIng veterinarian will innoculate dogs against rabies
for the treatment.
of dog All
cost $2.00 per dogs
State Road Department to Refreshments will be served. to unseat the veterans. at a
of the and cats four (4) months of age or older should be tre
ai second clan nutter. Subwrlp for The complete roster
Defendants. survey a road to the Haul ated against rabies. "Sleeping Sickness" or "stag-
lIOn r,U,:. $3.00, per year. NOTICE OF SUIT Over from the vicinity of the Baseball Team is gers" shots for horses will also be available at $6. 00
Curtis Mills Road on U. S. 319, Positions horse for the times mentioned. Special arrangements
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TEAM per
BASEBALL I
TOt The Defendant W. D. was carried. PANTHER Dusty Cook, Capt. P-3B-SS have been made, to bring these services to you
I Itis Motion by Commissioner Wal- OF at this time of the
Ferguson, whose address The Panthers, winners of three Danny Miller, Capt. C because of their Importance year.
ker and seconded by Commis- and David Wilson 2B OF Save yourself a longer trip later.
titles
Is Route 1, Box 78, Bonaire consecutive A.V.C.
Georgia, 31005. sioner Davis to have the jail roof the Croup and Regional Champ- Eric Mathis IB
HENRY
WILLIAMS GREETINGS repaired was carried. Ions in 1965, will be hard press- Butch Taff OF 16 1966
Motion SATURDAY APRIL ,
by Commissioner Allan loftin OF IB
ed to the five seniors
W. D. replace
Holley, Jr., Elsie W.
REALTY to the State Road Department
request
Holley his wife, Raney C. to let bids on SR 22, who graduated. Cone is the entire Don Sparkman SS COF OF milLLA . . . . . . . 8:30 A.M.
Whaley and Victoria pitching staff of Billy Por- Wayne Langston -
Whaley,
I streets in Panacea ROGER'S SERVICE STATIONST.
and St. Marks NEAR
I his wife, Arthur R. Robinson ter, Jerry Core, and Dale Har- Frank Rabenau OF
Keg. Real Estate Broker\I. and Eloise F. Robinson, his for clearing, grading and pay vey, plus outfielders Ralph Ste- David Harvey P-2B-OF MARKS . . . . . . 9:00 A.M
St. Marks Flo.' wife, having filed their sworn ing was seconded and carried vens and John Porter. Coach David Miller C AT THE SCHOOL HOUSE
Complaint herein praying for a with Commissioner Strickland Mathis said, "You sure miss Barnard Sessions OF
Phone 741 mandatory Injunction requiring voting no. players like those boys. It just Johnny Harper SS-OF
the defendant W. D. Ferguson The Board approved the vouchers I means that some of these Bobby Porter P-3B-SS
REAL ESTATE ALL : forthwith to remove a certain I before them and directed younger players will have to Jerry Carruthers OF
TYPES structure from Lots 16 and 17, that warrants be issued In pay- bear down and come through if Duane Gowdy OF CRAWFORD VInE. . . . . . ID:30A.M.

Associate: Unit 3, in Panacea Shores, ac- ment therefor. i we are to get the job done this The season opener March 22 AT THE COURT HOUSE
cording map or plat on file in There beingno further business year. with Wewa on the Panthers'dia-
W. M. Hatcher, Sr. the coming to the attention of the I '1966
office of the Clerk of Circuit When asked to give a run- mond. Bobby Porter will be the SATURDAY APRIL 13.
Phone M Court of Wakulla County, flo- Board, the same was adjournedon
I 6-3201 rida, said structure being more the motion of Commissioner down med it on up his this squad waYIPitching Mathis sum starting The schedule pitcher.is almost com- PANACEA. . . . . . . . 9:00 A.M.
particularly described in the Strickland. NEAR THE POST OFFICE
This was a strong plete with a chance that twp

Complaint Panacea enjoining Shores the defend- Approved Willard Chairman Carter, point last season and is an unknown more teams will be added if the SOPCHOPPY. . . . . . . 10:45 A.M.
ants Inc. and quantity this We details be worked out.
If You fJeed. year. can
Attest NEAR CITY HALL
W. D. Ferguson from violatingany Moody Pearce, Clerk have three good prospects in March 2, Wewahitchka ,

e Office Supplies of the other covenants and Bobby Porter, David Harvey and Home, 3:30; March 25, Carra-
e Office Furniture. restrictions governing all of the MT. OLIVE NEWS Dusty Cook. These boys could i belle, There, 7:30; March 26, For additional Information call either the county
lots in Panacea Shores Units 2 develop into a fine staff.: They I Rickards, There, 2:00; March agent: Phone WA 6-3931 or the Wakulla County Health
S Business Machines and 3, and granting plaintiffs \! The Buckhorn Allstars work hard and have been a part 29, Chapman, Here, 3:30; April Department : Phone WA 6-3591.
such other relief I I open
Set Call as maybe meet of i
or a tradition.
their 2 winning 1, open;; April 2, Bristol,
and in the it season Saturday, April ,
proper premises; Hitting This should be one Note: State law makes It mandatory that dogs in
I li30 Here, 1O0April4, Carrabelle,
RANEY WHALEYat is therefore, at ; P.M. Sopchoppy Wakulla be Immunized against rabies.
ORDERED that the defendant Florida, with the Sprinfield pri of our stronger features this sea- Here, 3:30: ; April 6, Chapman, county
W. D. soners. Sprinfieldwon week be- son. Last season the team hada There, 1:30; April 8, Sopchoppy -
Ferguson is
CAPITAL OFFICEEQUIPMENT to file his written hereby defenses required fore last game over South City .308 average and I feel that I Here, 1:30: ; April 12, Bris- Buckle Up For Safety
CO. to said Complaint in this and the Allstars are looking fora I we can hit the ball as well this tol, There, 3:00; April 15, Ri-

cause and to serve a copy thereof tight game. Last year recordwas year. : ckards, Here, 4:00; A pr 11 16, I Declaring that failure to buckle up seat belts, especially for
319 South Adams St. upon the plaintiffs, or their 15 and 2, losing one to the Defense At the present time I open; April 18 Sopchoppy I short trips was probably the most common safety derelictionof

Corner E. PenwoleTALLAHASSEE attorney, whose name and address prisoners and the opener to Wa this presents a problem. Wehave I There; April 21-22, Sub-Croup automobile drivers, Michael G. Birmingham, Director of
is W. J. Oven, Jr. Box kulla Hawk. The starting line- I' lettermen back at four of Tournament; April 25, open ; Greater New York Safety Council's traffic and transportation
FLORIDA wasi First Base Eddie God- our infield positions, but must i April28-29, Group Tournament;
953 Tallahassee, Florida, on up division said "Recent legislation requiring seat belt installation
or before the 28th day of April, bolt, Second Base and pitcher I work out some tangles that will i May 2, Wewa, There 2:00
1966, or said Complaint will be David Rosier, Third Base Joe occur when an infielder is slat iI CST. in new cars has made the belts more common, but universaluse

I taken confessed and said causewill Slater, Short Stop William I is by no means practiced. On long and short trips, buckleup

proceed accordingly againstthe Green, Catchers James Green I the seat belt.
andAlvin Donaldson Left FieldHaryScottCenterFieldCalvin -----
I defendant W. D. Ferguson. ,
WITNESS MY HAND as Clerk
and the Seal of said Court at Nelson, and Right Field Freddie I!I

Crawfordville, Wakulla Coun-I Franklin. !j jTallahaMct $1 1 BILLION DOLLARS .
ty, Florida this 17th day of' The Wakulla Hawk also open 'I ?
O March, 1966. their season Saturday at 1:30 P.

Moody PearceAs M. at Wakulla with Midway.The Florida' agriculture is a $1 billion industry

and Clerk For Wakulla of Circuit County Court, Florida In- Base starting Eddie Jackson lineup,was Third Second Base, So it seems only fair to raise a $1 billion question:
I
Roy Manining, Center Field
lays /Beatrice Duggi-r Clent Harris, Left Field James j W7Florida's/ 'streamlined,' urban-minded, metro oriented
Lendsey, Catcher,
Henry Lang-
41-3/24,31,4/7,14.Deputy Clerk (Seal) ton, and Pitcher Eddie Hughes. I Legislature recognize a farmer wh en it sees one?

The Mount Olive P. B. Churchis ale

DAVE HAMRICK having a three-day service

CALL FOR BIDS the starting with Friday night before Candidate for Senator, 25th

'INSURANCE AGENCY The Wakulla County School I night second services Sunday.are at 8:00 Friday P. M. District, Cecil A. Kennedy says,

Board will sell the following i- The devotion is by Dea. C. Ro- "Yes, it will." .
AUTOMOBILE
tenutothehlghestandbestbidder sier; Welcome Address by Bro. ,
BONDS on April 18, 1966. George Nelson; Selection by the I -
One six-inch Jointer I choir; Sermon by. Elder Hayes; a "If elected to that post," says

CASUALTY One four-inch jointer Selection by the choir; CollectIon / Kennedy, farmer for 20 years in

MARINE One jig saw will be appointee; Ann lD1- north Florida's Hamilton
County
One wood lathe cements by Bro. Perry Slater. ,
FIRE One band saw Saturday night services are at I I I t!' "I 1 assure you that agriculture will

One drill press 8:00 P. M. Devotion by Deac i x not be forgotten
PHONE 877-3108' One ten-inch table saw Simon Nelson and Assistant; Ser-
One six-inch table saw mon by Rev. Issac Allen. Sun-
1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 One tractor day morning services at 1130. "Indeed," says Kennedy, "Flor-

I TALLAHASSEE. FLA. One set tandem harrows Devotion Deac Adell Williamsand Ida's agriculture-and the farm.
One cultivator frame Dea Sam Donaldson. Ser-
The above items may be inspected mon by Rev. Dan Cay Dinnerat ers, farm-owners, farm operators,

._, .. at the Agricultural 130-2:45 P. M. (;barbecue). and farm people involved in this
-- building Sopchoppy High I Sunday afternoon service at 3:00 II I giant and vital industry-WILL
LEON: SEPTIC TANK Schoolbetween the hours of I P.M. Devotion by Deac C. j BE WELL
SERVICE;;; 8:00 A.M. and 4:00: P.M. Mon- I Harris and Deac Joe Harvey; ad- rwJ 41DEHERE'S : REMEMBERED!
dress
by Deac Nathan
day through Friday. I I Donaldson ,
Clean Sealed bids will be received in ; Sermon by Rev. V. D. Al- i
Out the office of the Superintendent len. !| WHY:
RepairNew at Crawfordville until 9:00A. M. The Mount Pleasant Missionary II
Installation Monday April 18, 1966. B. Church is having Easter Sunrise As 25th District Senator Cecil A. Kennedy will
The Best For Less S. E. service April 10 at 5:30 A. I i work personally and diligently In
:. Chairman Roddenberry M. The program is following: I your legislature-however possible and at .11 times-to give farm people and the farm
Devotional service community voice in
Telephone Attest: W. E. Whaley by Dea Adell a state government.
Superintendent Williams and Elijah Harvey; On the premise that the day of farm
JTnllahassee 877.1773 then there will be selection by I surplus and drastically-curtailed

___after 6:00 p."!. 2t33147. Rocky Mount Choir of A_nan, j this7 uction. is fast ending, Cecil A- Kennedy offers to you for your careful consideration prod.,
pointprogram.
Biulnma Firms

1. COOPERATE closely: with the Florida Department of
Agricultur.
i effort to assure Florida producers a better share in a promotional -

I DIRECTORYFatomlM lar( spent at retail. from the food dol. .

2 WORK with the Florida Development Commission chairman
and
the Com-
The, Advcrtlacn misiion'ii Industrial Division, to promote the instate establishment of
fabricating farm new
machinery and
i plants' manufacturing materials for on.farm

3. WORK with the Florida Farm Bureau Federation
F R M in its
Little Folks and specific betterment of Florida farm program for general
Store, and market .
00 1M. O. I. GRAMLING j' 4. MAKE recommendations to the director of the conditions
FEEDS. "Th Capital's University of Florida
Experiment -
Majors for Minors" & CO. Stations for additional research at North Florida.
Cltildr", ', Funitwt. Toys, proJects of interest to beef and dairy cattlemen Jrodu especially
swine
Gomo, Hobkttt Oa.-9top Srrk for ,
and
Flint River Mills Baby XoMMon* of truck crops including watermelons. producers -

11011 S. Mun.... ph. 2230274Ligkt 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry 5. SEEK additional markets for pfne timber'and Florida

SupplifSGarden i 6. WORK with poultrymen and association leaders hardwood timber.
to draw
t-i Tools) i farm favorable and put forwardIng I
---- program to continuing development in
So. AdaM at a .LR.R. broiler and eqq industry. Florida's fast expand-

Baker-Alford Co. Crossing 7. If elected your 25th District Senator, Cecil A.
Phone 222 812Capftpl Kennedy will
"Tk Pam Ho.u'" promote-in the Senate and outside the Senate-an try his utmost< to

Anything for your auto. trey awareness of THE VITAL
FACT that
agri-business i is -
or tractor. ,Ala not a special
Wnekt for interest
a4 Regular your '
pow e
ConerUt Bloekt I I I l iawnmow.r boat. ,. and much for Tour persons actually on-farm. It i is one whole side-perhaps concerning Just a few I

Hanson, Wood and 208 N. Adam.*.. Ph.222-3380 from point of future potential-of Florida' economic: the healthiest side

libel Ind.;Inc. & many north Florida communities towns triangle. And for so
S. Adam St. at 4-Polnti r. 1 Stone Co. busi.nesslif.. and cities, it 1 is the?very mbreath of

Ttl. 222-5840 P. O. Box <"*1Yeajir $(nc. 1908 .

.---.- -- MARBLE BRONZE.- GRANITE Cecil A. Kennedy says the Florida upland farmer and the dynamic business

b MEMORIALS he generates will be remembered in your State Senate! which'

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t 508 W. Gain* St -TtL 228-0711 VOTE FORCecil

J' Inc. Walter F. Buchan tigr.

,In.wewa sad BondtIH For Senator
J A. KennedyCandidate

S, AdamV St;:-TeL 222-480'' 25fh District .

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Political FOR DISTRICT COUNTY NO.COMMISSIONER 2 FOX SCHOOL BOARD DUBER. For School Board Member -- -- -. WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS Thursday. April. 1ltli T -:-

DISTIICT NO.3, I4KULLA District No. S i---
I hereby announce candidacy
AnnouncementsThe To The People of Wakulla COUNTY mjr l
for the office of member of the
County
I Board of Public Instruction of
To friends believers
I would like to offer in bet-
myself Wakulla County, District No. 6.
ter schools forWakulla I
( Polltlctl to County
Announcement ap you as a candidate for Count -
pegrin,for under thli heading in Commissioner, District No. announce my candidacy for the I have tried always to fin fair
Paid by the persons who Third District.As Consideration of all eonditiona.

names ire signed thereto. ) I am the son of MM. A. C. a formerteacher for 10 If you n-elect ml to this officeI BIG EARNINGS OPPORTUNITY

McCallister and the !.te A. C. yean and the motherof 4 grade- I promise to continue to serve in I
FOR SCHOOL BOARD school children I feel that I
MEMBER McCallister. I graduated from can the best Interest of our school
DISTRICT NO. 1 Crawfordville High School in help in forming policy to Im- tyiUm

My Friends and Fellow 1952. I started prove our schools and prepare our
Citizens to work for Your vote and support will be 4
of Wakulla Swift children for a much more complicated -
County: Packing Company after "
appreciated
graduation and have world than the one in .
May I take this been with .
S E.
opportunity to Roddenberry
I formally announce them for almost 14 years. I am which you and I were brought up.
I my candi- married For the past 5 years, with the
the
to former
Waunell
dacy for
re-election
Public Instruction to, from the Boardof DIs- Bodiford of Samson, Alabama. help of many other parents, I EARN FULL THREEMONTHS'

trict One. I consider it a great We have two children, Miche- have fought long and hard to FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

honor and wonderful privilegeto lie, 8, and Ronnie, 6, both are lower schoolboard salaries so DISTRICT 4 DIVIDENDS
that this
could be
have served attending Crawfordville School money spenton
you as one of
your School Board Member for We live on the A. C. McCallister betterequipment and suppliesfor candi-
our children instead I hereby announce my
going
the three farm near Wakulla Springs.
past years. into schoolboard members' dacy for the office of County
pock
Since the last We are members of the Craw-
time I
was asking .
fordville Baptist Church and ets. Commissioner, District Four ((4))
for
you your vote and sup- Crawfordville P. 1.A. In 1961 when the schoolboard If elected, I will work for the
port, I was married December
1963, to the former Margaret, I will run my campaign for asked our Representative to see best interest of all the countyat

Ann (Peggy) Lynn, daughter of county commissioner strictly on about raising their salaries from all times.
$100 to $200 a month for a sin
and not the faults of
ability
Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Lynn of my gle half-day meeting, nearly Sincerely,
Tallahassee. The Lord has thus my opponent. I am a man witha ONE-FOURTH voters of Wa Alton C. Oaks
mind of his I believe
own.
far blessed us with a lovely dau- kulla County signed a petitionto
that I am right until
ghter, Diana, who is now one proven vote AGAINST raising their
year olJ. Therefore, I now have wrong, but when shown that I salaries. The petition was Ignored SAVE BY
even more added incentive in am wrong, I am man enough to and the bill, already in its ANNUAL TED MACK TALENT
admit it. 1 this to bring out
my desire for contin ue d improvement say second reading in the Legislature SEARCH ANNOUNCEDThe
one point. Ifelected to this office APRIL llth.at
of our school system. was never withdrawn. In
I Intend to run this campaignon that belongs to the peo- December, 1964, the memberswere second annual Northwest

the accomplishments and Im- ple of Wakulla County and not given a totalof $11,843.- Florida Amateur Hour will beheld y LEON FEDERAL
individual
I
will serve the
any
!
povementslfeelhave been majority of the people and not 43 over and above their $100 a Saturday night, May 7, .
made during my tenure in of- month, not for any extra work at 7:30 P.M. in Bonifay,
individual. spon-
or I believe
fice. I would like to mention a any group they had done, but as a political -
Wakulla sored the Lions Club
I and by
County the Bonifay
few of these at this time. In the gift at the expense of all the
people in it and I strongly feel I "Anyone who would like to
schoolchildren
way of new buildings and class- in the county ,
have that they are ready for a changeintheircounrygovemment their display his or her talent In the
rooms, we the new Gymnasiums including own.
at and Shade- and Two months after this money Northwest Florida Amateur Hour
ville. :Soppy new Science I ask you to give me your vote was distributed a Grand Jury investigation should begin to make plans now

Lab and Library at Crawford- and support that we might join revealed the run- to enter", advises Jack Bush,

ville. We have a new Admin- hands andworktogethetto make down conditions of our schools. chairman of the annual event.

istrative Office! and Cafetorium our county a bitter place to live After another long fight over "Entries are invited from all
and raise families.I .
at Shadcville. out this matter, the bill was finally over northwest Florida, south
We have made repairs at the invite all of you to either repealed in the 1965 Legislatureby Alabama and southwest Geor Share in
call or come see me
anytimeyou "
Buckhorn Elementary School Rep. Ernest Roddenberry, gia.
with additional work have a suggestion a ques- withdrawing a total of $500 a
contem- To
enter, a contestant must item
tion ask. I
to solicit
humbly
Leon
Federal'sEXCITING
month fromboardmembers'salaries
plated at this UT We com- vote and be sponsored by a community DIVIDEND
pletely reworked the floors the your support. to be used on the schools. recognized organization such as ,
St. Marks Elementary School. Hugh McCallister I have also fought thru every
school
a civic or service club. FUTURE
We also completely refurnishedthe medium of public opinion to
dining room and replacedsome FOR show that some members of the Thiswillassure our area of hav-
COUNTY COMMISSIONER
the best talent in
board absent without ing very our
of the equipment in the DISTRICT NO. 4 were cause
kitchen of the lunchroom at St. I and at times when their presence area to represent us in the Ted

Marks. We expect to begin con I wish to take this and their vote was crucia.. in Mack TV and radio auditions.
opportunity
struction of a storage facility at I to announce my candidacy for implementing board decisions.At Contestant's name, group

St. Marks very shortly. This is re-election to the Board of one of these important meet- name if a group, address, spon-

something which has been need I County Commissioners, District ings held last July to hire a new sor's name and president's signature Outff iaw/ViVGrftt SpW f i luttortitn

ed for some time. In the way 4. principal, a meeting was post- must be mailed to the

of educational aids, we are now I have served the citizens of poned twice because 3 members Chairman, Northwest Florida

in the process of completely up- Wakulla County for 11 years. couldn't be present. When the Amateur Hour, Bonifay Lions LEON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION I

dating our school libraries. By Ihave been honored by my col- meeting was finally held, 2 Club, Bonifay, Florida, and be
the beginning of the next school members had to wait more than
legues by being elected Board postmarked not later than April

term this should be completed.We Chairman for five of the eleven an arrived hour before the could 3rd member have 18. An entrance fee of $S.00 .- HOME OFFICfc I llfStutS M.nr.r fAIKWAY IIAKCH; firkwiy Sh.-ii| C Ur I
so a
currently have on order a years that I have serve.'. they

very large quantity of equipmentfor I ask the citizens of Wakulla quorum to vote. must accompany the entry. UNIVERSITY HANCH: 1704. W, T.nn.sJii, .j sit.ft:; S, U. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA I
classroom a ids which will be County reflect the progress Serving on the board Is not only Only the first 20 applicantsto

distributed to all the schools as that has been made during the a matter accepting bids on apply may enter due to the I

soon as received. Your County terms I have served. I have equipment or hiring teachers, lenght of the show. Get yours -

school system now has a full- worked for the establishment of but a matter of understandingnew in today. Ii further informationIs

time Guidance Counselor the the Wakulla County Development trends in education in a desired please write to the

first: time ever.The Guidance Authority and the Wakulla mechanized and automated world chairman as addressed above. The heart of

Counselor can be of invaluable County Development and Recreation where there are too many people Three winners will be chosen. -
for simple Jobs and too few
assistance in helping child-
our Commission. The first place winner
ren realize their educational I was one of the original jor occupations: that take ideas,
po sup will receive aUexpensepaidtrip
tentials. complex training, and disci- HOT WATER HAPPINESS.
porters for the restoration of the to audition with Ted Mack.
In the way of Improving our old Fort. I supported the off- pline. .
will
The second winner
place
It is understand
financial operations, we are ad- shore fishing reefs and the necessary to
pre
these changes and keep abreastof receive $40 and third place $20.
hering to
a very strict Purchase sent recreational facility at '
them to children to Last r show was a big
Order prepare yea s
System to insure that we Haul-Over Rise. I have work-
receive dollars' worth of goods edwith the developments the overcome the problems of the success with entries from all

and services for every dollar of I Volunteer Fire Department in world with enough training so over northwest Florida. A large

your school money spent. the county. I have seen the results tlut the problems of the world crowd was present to witness an

By efficient operations we have of the cooperation between will not overcome them. exhibition of the best talent from
been able to As the daughter of a teacherand all over the area combined into
drastically reduce our Civil Defense Unit and other
the cost of bus repairs and supply State agencies. It is my desireto a teacher for many years one great show. Many people A WATER HEATER !

parts. Yet at the present time continue to serve for the best myself, I feel qualified to help have expressed their eager anticipation -
our bus fleet whole is in interests 11 you fight the battle for a better
asa the a of Wakulla Coun- to attend and hear "

best mechanical condition in ty. My experience, I feel, is deal education for your child this year's talent. COMPARE '

severslyean. The State Audi- valuable to the progress of our ren and mine. Last year's winner, "The Ball- I FLAME-TYPE QUICK-RECOVERY ELECTRIC

tors' Report of our financial o- County; the knowledge: that I Mrs. Elizabeth F. Smith ads", from Chipley will aud- 0 O

perations for the last fiscal yearIs have gained by attending State- ition with Ted Mack in Aprilin O I Flue needed. Flue collar ONo flue Can be installed

the best ever received byyour wide meetings of County Commissioners FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER New York City. gets hot-up to 550 JF. allowing short pipe. .
School Board. We have Implemented has made it possibleto
DISTRICT No. 4 >: Could cook I" tteakm runs which save hot water.
or are in the process consider problems for the bet- 12
minutes! Cool to touch-all over.
of implementing the StateAuditors'suggestions terment of the county.
for improved I will be glad to talk with any- I wish to announce my candi- MARTIN J. REID

financial operations. I am body who feels that I can assist dacy for the Board of County Most heating from bottom O Heating, units both top and

confident that the Audit of our them with their Medicare prob- Commissioners, District No. 4. Funeral services for Martin Jason O Some heat transfer to 0 bottom Immersed so all heat .

financial operations for the cur- lems. offer myself for this high office Reid, 72, a retired civil water from flue; large goes into water None lostpart
because I feel that I
rent fiscal yearwill be even bet- I humbly and earnestly solicit honestly serve all of Wakulla can service employee, who died wasted up vent up chimney
ter your vote and support. brief
yet. early Friday following a
and Intel-
Countywith integrity
These are some of the many Willard Carter, ligence. I served on the Wakul- Illness were held Sunday at Hot we,IF"ses. to top I oof 0 Top unit heals water at ;
changes which have been made
3tOO P. M. in the of O
during my term ofoffice. I feel La County School Board for 8 -hapel f' through cold waterlotmg lop of lank, delivers hot I
Funeral Home in
that these changes can only serve FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER years. I am a native of the Christopher heal No hot water before entire rank
and have taken an active Warner Robbins, Georgia.R. heated
DISTRICT NO. 1 county IS
to improve our school system. water until) ent,re tank ,
part in community and county L. Riley Funeral Home in A ,
The most valuable asset we heated
is
have Inour County is our child- I hereby announce my candi- projects. I am a member of the Carrabellc was in charge of ar- lower unit above bottom of

ren. We must constantly provide dacy for member of the School American Legion, V.F.W. rangements.A a..' 0 tank No interference by
Board from District No. 1. Florida Highway Patrol Auxiliary native of Mr. Reid elate,
every educational means possible Georgia, gf OMlner. deposits accu sediment, no loss of
for them. Our children of I would like to express my interest Wakulla County Chamberof had resided InAlligator Point in :y. slow hea efficiency
in the schools of Wakulla Commerce, Panacea Chamber Wakulla forthe five .
today are our leaden of tomor- County past ; penetration to wale The
County and it is my desire that of Commerce, and Sopchoppy and of World v, .
row.I years was a veteran older' the he.lerI.t slower
School every child in the county be PTA. I am in business for Ir.\| Flamelestl So it's
feel that the Board is War LSurviving it" ge's. W
the most important elective office provided with the very best of myself in the county. relatives Include his cleaner No loss of

to be held in our Count] educational opportunities pos I promise you that if I am elected widow Mrs. Ethel Reid Alli- efficiency. here,
,
sible. I have had two daughtersto I will always act for the Fl# ne produces fumes and either)
Government. graduate from Crawfordville best Interest of all of the county gator Point; two daughters, Mrs. O rot Soot on burner
I have tried to serve you as Barbara Kelly and Mrs. Aileen parts ,
School Board Member with School with honors, and one In reduces efficiency
your complete honesty and diligence the fifth grade, and grandchildren I humbly solicit your vote and West, Warner Robbins Ca. ,
one brother Rufus Reid Mil-
in our endeavor to provide good nearing school age. I am support ledgeville Ca. and three AND AN electric
proud of our Wakulla ) Y
,
schools ourchildren. My only County James C. Taylor >0
desire is to work for the con- Schools, but want to work toward grandchildren.MRS. > WATER HEATER COSTS

improvement of our many needed improve FUR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ..' '; LESS TO BUY, LESS

schools. ments. If you see fit to placeme DISTRICT NO. <(AX 2 :N ., TO INSTALL AND NOW
in this honored ,
Earnestly solicit the vote and position /1
YOIIS'Ivote and will be LEONA VICKERSMrs. v n _. ( YOU CAN SAVE
support of all citizens who are j support I wish to announce that I ama ., ,' >;
appreciated and I will count it (&I d, J' s
improvement $23 EXTRA!
continued candidate for re-election to
interested a privilege to serve you. Leona Vickers, 65, a
of our schools. the office of County Commissioner Rnkly. UtU :
of the
Bobby Paulk Nelton Jemlgan from District No. 2, Wa- lifelong resident Spring he* you meJ 1114flu anrm I..",...
kulla County. Creek Community in Wakulla .four litml, Mltalma
County died early last Thurs- ..
FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER I pledge my continued efforts aim ft
DISTRICT NO. 3 for a sound and progressive county day morning at Tallahassee
FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER government. Memorial Hospital.

, DISTRICT NO. 5 I wish to announce my candidacy I sincerely appreciate the privilege Funeral services were conducted Ask your dealer or plumbing contractor to comparecostsyou'll

forre-electloa to the of having served this office at 3:00 P. M. Saturday from
, I announce my candidacy for Board of Public Instruction of for the past three terms and the Shady Sea Baptist Church inSpring see an electric water heater is economical

School Board Member from District I Wakulla County. earnestly solicit your vote and Creek, with the Rev. all ways! And if you're a Florida Power Corporation
belief that
S. with the I have and will continue to support in the coming primaries. Earl Pearce officiating. Burial

have tfu.background and qua 11Jcatlons work for a better education for Ralph StricklandFOR followed In Debra Nell Ceme- I customer and switch from flame-type to an
make the of
Wakulla to County a good people School your children and mine. tery under direction of J. A. J electric water heater between March 1 and April 30,
I earnestly solicit your vote Cuiley and Sons Funeral Home.

.j Board I am Member.married, have two children and support.BcbbeY Mrs. Vickers was a member of f' we'll give you an installation allowance of $25. .

of World War U Poeey SCHOOL BOARD the Shady Sea Baptist Church. I
veteran Call contractor now!
; serving with the 101st Airborne MEMBER, DISTRICT NO. 1 She is survived by her son, t your

j Division, school teacher for James Sarvls, Greenville, S. C. / '
. three member of Uons FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I hereby announce my Candidacy one daughter, Mrs. Leila St ,>' I
yean, DISTRICT NO. 2 for Member of the School t< a2te. .. emzeii &4e 'at t. AMt t./
Club and Wakulla County Board from District No. 1. ens, Spring Creek" ; one Vr, #
Chamber of Commerce, member tlfv "'.tsans, V
Jimmy Johnson,
I hereby announce my candi- I served on the School Board .?
of Methodist Lovi
Sopchoppy la. one tlttasft;
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Church, and lifelong resident of from District No. 2, Wakulla I feel that years, Vickers, Pt4yx, '. City four T n

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RCH DIRECTORY BAPTIST CHURCH LAKE ELLEN RIVER SINK SOPCHOPPY
Prepared by Smd'Rev. S* A' COxwell, Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH PANACEA tKu &DAr. APRIL 7. IMWAKUUA
School 1000AM Sunday School 10:00 AM BETHEL PRIMITIVE NEW LIGHT ASSEMBLYOF CONGREGATIONAL
ev. Jess Baker Morning Worship 11:00AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM BAPTIST CHURCH COD CHURCHRev. HOLINESS CHURCHRev.

llle Methodist Church Evening Training Union 7:00 PM Training Union 6i30 PM I Rev. Cortez White, Pastor Gary Cotney, Pastor Roy Rochester, Pastor
r WOrship 8:00 Evening Worship 7:30 PM School
PM Sunday -
School 10:00 AM
Woman', Midweek Prayer Sunday Sunday School 10:00 AM
Missionary 10:00 AM
Every Sunday 11OOAM
Union 1st Monday Service Wed. 7:30 PM 2nd Weekend: Morning Christ's Ambassadors Worship I I Morning Worship 11:00 AM WAKULLA METHODIST
ARRM Woman'Missionary Men's Brotherhood Sat. Eve.Worship 7:30: PM Sunday 6i30 PM Young People CHURCHRev.
Society 3rd Friday 1st Thursday 7:30 PM Sun. Morn. Worship 11:00: AM Evening Worship 7:30 PM Evening Service 6:00 7:45 PM PM Roger Stlmson, Pastor
Dorcts Worship
ER PENTECOSTAL Mera Circle -
Brotherhood Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM
p UNESS CHURCH 3rd 2nd Thursday 7:30 PM 4th wee Midweek Prayer I Midweek Prayer Mrs. Lyon Crosby, Church tad
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Tuesday 7:30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Service (Tues.j 7:45 PMWoman's Community Worker for Wakulla
The Sat. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM ,
Noah Cornell, Pastor following held
at 3:15: PM Auxiliary Wed. County.
Sum Morn. Worship 11:00 AM
Royal
y School 10:00 AM Ambassador MEIMRTFRIENDSHIP Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM West Florida Congregational Sunday School 9:30 AM
j Worship 11:00 AM Girls Every Monday_G Tuesday Prayer Service (Fri.) 7:30 PM ZION HILLMETHODIST CHURCHRev. Holiness Campground Morning Worship laOOAM
Service 6:00 PM Auxiliary
t People I PRIMITIVE June 8 22, 1966
j Worship 7:00 PM SWlbeams Every Tuesday G Wednesday BAPTIST CHURCHRev. W. L. Prater, Pastor

eek Prayer 7:30 PM Every Emmett Whaley, Pastor CONGREGATIONAL 2nd C 4th Sundays: -
Wed. Monday C HIGH
e ( ) Tuesday HOLINESS CHURCHRev. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. CRMFORDWLE
2nd SundaVIEvening Morning Worship 9:30AM
Worship 7:30 PM Steve Harrell, Pastor 0. G. Hall, Pastor SCHOOL MENU FOR. .,
CRAWFORDVILLE CURTIS MILLS 4th Weekend: Sunday School 10:00 AM SPRING CREEK Sunday School 10.00'AM: NEXT WEEK
Sat. Morn. Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00: AM
sBEULAH PRIMITIVE CURTIS MILLS COMMUNITY Sat. Evening Worship 7:30 PM Young People's SHADY SEA BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Training Union 7:00: PM MO'fdaVd Gravy
BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH Holiness Sunday School 10:00 AM Service Sunday 6:15 PM I Evening Worship 8:00: PM Mashed Potatoes
( ) Earl Pearce, Pastor
11:00 AM Service Midweek Prayer
Morning Worship Evangelistic .
v. Emmett Whaley, PastorMorning Herbert Thompson, Teacher Evening Worship 7:30 PM Sunday 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM Service (Wed.) 8:00: PM Prune Broccoli
undo t Sunday School 10:00 AM Midweek Prayer Midweek Prayer Morning Worship 11:00AM Woman's Missionary Society Bread ButterMilk
,1 y School 10:00 AM Evening Worship 7:00 PM Service Tuesday 7:30 PM I Service (Wed.) 7:30: PM I Evening Worship 7:30 PM (Every Other Wed.) 3:00: PM
11:00 AM Ladies Midweek Prayer Sunbeams -
Service
[] Worship Prayer Prayer
ng Worship 7:30 PM Wednesday G Friday 7:30 PM Service-Wednesday 10:00 AM I Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM 2nd G 4th Tuesday 3:15 PM Tuesday Vienna ,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sausage
Weekend;
Cream Style Corn
Morn. Worship 11:00 AM MEDART ASSEMBLYOF A. V. Pickern, Pastor Green BeansGrapefruit
SPRING CREEK PRIMITIVE MT. BEASON PRIMITIVEBAPTIST
[$* day School 10:00 AM I VAN GOD CHURCHRev. Sunday School 10:00: AM I BAPTIST CHURCHRev. CHURCH Sections
I Meaning Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00: AM Rolls Butter
l icvning Worship 7:30: PM IVAN E. M. Carter, Pastor Training Union 6:00: PM W. W. McAllister, Pastor Rev. Cortez White, Pastor Milk
ASSEMBLY OF Sunday School 10:00 AM Evening Worship 7:00 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM 1st Weekend:
COD
CHURCH Morning Worship 11:00 AM Midweek Prayer Morning Worship 11:00 AM I._ Sat. Mom. Wore 11.00AM: Wednesday
fCRAWFORDVILLE METHODIST Rev. Henry Cooksey, Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Evening Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM Spaghetti
CHURCH Sunday School 10:00 AM Midweek Prayer Woman's Missionary Union Midweek Prayer Morning Worship 11:00: AM Meat Sauce
L. Baker, Pastor Morning Worship 11:00 AM Service Wed. 7:30 PMChrist's Thurs. after 1st Sun. 10:00 AM i Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM 3rd Sunday: Turnip Creens
Jesse
ev. Cocktail
Fruit
Evening Worship Ambassadors I Boy Scouts (Fri.) 6:00: PM Sunday School 10:00 AM
j'C 3rd Sunday! Winter 700 PM Saturday 7:30 PM I I Morning Worship 11:00 AM Cornbread
1 ST. MARKS nread Butter
day School 10:00 AM Summer 7:30 PM
ning Worship 11:00 AMring Midweek Prayer RIVERSIDE BAPTIST MISSION Milk
Worship 7:30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM OTTER CREEK Rev. George Dickey, Pastor I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. SOPCHOPPY CHURCHOF Thursday
I G 4th Sunday School 10:00 AM Fred Harrison, Pastor CHRIST Fried Chicken
ning Worship 9:30AM NEW HOME PRIMITIVE Sunday Morning Worship 11:00: AM I Sunday School 10.00 AM I Floyd McCullough, Minister Steamed Rice
10:30 AM WHIDCCN:: LAKE BAPTIST CHURCHRev. I
I School PRIMITIVE Tossed Salad
Sunday 11:00 AM 10:00
Training Union 7:00: PM Morning Worship : Bible Study : AM
I Mtdweek Prayer BAPTIST CHURCHRev. W. W. McAllister, Pastor Evening Worship 8:00: PM I Training Union 6:30 PM I Morning Worship 11:00: AM I Peaches c:.
ervlce (Wed.) 7:30 PM Emmett Whaley, Pastor Sunday School I Midweek Prayer i Evening Worship 7:30 PM I Evening Worship 7:30 PM : Bread ButterMilk
ethodist Youth Fellowship 2nd Weekend: Every Sunday 9:45 AM Service 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer I Bible Study (Wed.) 7:30 PM I III
ery Sunday Evening 6:30 PMman's Sat. Evening Worship 7:30 PM jst Sunday; Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Friday
Society of Christian Sun. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM I I II SOPCHOPPY METHODIST i iI Hamburger!*
f jrd Sunday "We always like these off-
vice-3rd Tues. 3:30 PM :, CHURCH[ Lettuce Ti>r.roes
en's Club-3rdTues. 7:30 PM Fverung Worship 7:30 PM I year elections. No matter how ST. MARKS METHODIST I Potato Chips
esleyan Service Guild "When you are young you I they turn out, both parties CHURCH I II II I Rev. Jesse L. Baker, Pastor Apple Sauce
'i Thursday 8:00 PM do a lot of wishful thinking. I can always find something in I (Inactive) 1st G 3rd Sunday: Raisin Cup
When you are old you do a :. OTTER CREEK I them to be pleased about." I I Morning Worship 9:30: A M t I Bread ButterMilk
i HOLINESS CHURCH Sunday School 10.30AM:
I lot of thoughtful wishing.- I Richard Mayer,Jr.,The North
2nd C 4th Simd
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I Ralph Nicholson, BrundidgeAla. .1 (Inactive) i Vernon (Ind.) Sun. I Sunday School : 10:00 AM
SMITH CREEK
Banner.
([ ) Morning Worship 11.00AM: '

MT. ELON BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Midweek Evening Worship Prayer 7:30 PM .\iito .SafHy Belts

William Flury, Pastor I Service (Tucs.) 7:30 PM i csii-
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Sunday School 9:50: AM Methodist Youth Fellowship
ili.it. thou 5.nnulr) ) ,
male imiir\ :
i Morning Worship: 11:00 AM Every Sun. Evening 6:30: PM
meet. uunrd I.,' vitult.itli jc.irin the
Training Union 6.00: PM Woman's Society of i .
Evening Worship 7:00 PM Christian; Service I unld'tatesmd that injuries| 1
Woman's Missionary Union 2nd Tuesday 3:15: PM I maid IK inliiiiil! l b\ ONI third
r 1st Monday after Men's Brotherhood il l i u none 1I"t il! ,mid(, 11.n lulu,
1st Sunday 9:00: AM 4th rhursdjy 7:30 PM i Children's Hour I li, "
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L. P. "Pete" Gibson. Perry businessman and banker, has an outstanding record to '

recommend him to the people of the 24 counties comprising his new senatorial I : r I



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When honored with their "Good Government" award by Florida State University'sGold

Key an honors society, he became the first state senator to be selected for tp

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the Pete honor.Gibson attended public schools in Tallahassee. the University of Florida and qji1


graduated from Florida State University. 43 years old, he has four children and II

one grandchild. A former member of Trinity Methodist Church in Tallahassee, he

has long been a member of Lake Bird Methodist Church in Taylor County.


Pete Gibson has had wide experience in various civic fraternal and veterans or

ganizations. He is past-president of Tn County Electric Co-op (REA), past presidentof

the Perry Shrine Club and past president of the Perry Chamber of Commerce.In L' IIl

1957. he was named one of the five outstanding young men in Florida by the

Florida Junior Chamber of Commerce. In 1963 he was named an honorary mem r ,

ber of the Madison Future Farmers of America because of his activities in behalfof

rural youth. Pete is a charter member and trustee of the Florida Sheriffs' Boys Ifll !

Ranch at Live Oak and is past worthy patron of the Order of the Eastern Star. KEEP !

STIRRINGWHERE I

In the Legislature Pete Gibson has directed his efforts toward building better schools, PUT A YOU ARE I

securing more industry and more jobs for Florida, and with keeping the tax burdenoff r :
When the phone rings, thcre'i no need to I
the working man's family and our old people. stir out of the kitchen if you have a handy I
I wall extension phone only a reach away.
And it males wonderful sense to have a
of this district
And finally, Pete Gibson demonstrated his concern for the people phone where you work. A wallphone In tho

when he ppposed the re-apportionment plan which required him to run In a 24 color of your choice fits almost anywhere,
costs little to have. Visit or phone our Buri-
county race. He was first to pledge "Sensible Reapportionment" as the "First orderof ness Office for details.

business of the 1967 session of the Legislature."

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OUTDOOR ON WOODVILU HWY. I DURING MY 13 YEARS IN CONGRESS I HAVE SUPPORTED 4 door with radio heater, auto-
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eat military force in the world."l rill continue and lf now a member of the powerful Used Car Over VS. 4 dour sedan wuh ridlo.
Thursday Friday 0 Saturday this effort with every means at my command. Appropriations Committee. There Is Any heater and air condltlonmf196Y'Corvair.$1095: :
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I That-a ny pledge to you in the 2nd District no substitute for the experience $600 From Either of
1 "MOMENT TO MOMENT"and "RED LINE 7000" gained during these years of effective Our 0 K Used Car Convertible 4 speed shift radio
and work. Experience gets things done Lots. and heater real sharp car
"PA RDNERS"and 4{!.1/JI Keep Billy Marthewi In Congress) 1962 Jeep. $1095
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"SECRET OF MY SUCCESS" BALL"I LOT \
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Ij ..... .,j Iio. Paid political odv.rHi.ni.nl paid for by the Mollhow.1or C_....CommiNoo. Q Snyder Coupe Kith radio hejl don and eulomaac kansmfa:
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1964 Ford $1495 Famous UN QualityVI
engine' 4 door with standard 1-YearG-W Warranty
sh>rt radio, heater and air!
conditioned LONG TRADES-
1964 Chevrolet. $1295 EASY TERMS
v. 4 door led.n wIth heater
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doolingl 1964' Chevrolet $1395 ALFORDCHEVROLET
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