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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 14, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
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VOLUME NUMBER 33-) ('KAWFOIimiLLE. FLORIDA THURSDAY..._APRIL_14.._1966_ 32327:! Price lOc Per Cops
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THIS NEWSPAPER ENDORSES BROWARD WILLIAMS'' t"!' l R.M. SPEARS CERTIFIED'

PETE GIBSON AND CECIL A. KENNEDYWe CAMPAIGN' PROGRESSES 'J.'I'I AS TREE FARMER tt: 7"LM


have always looked on Pete Cibson as sort of home folks a- Tallahassee Florida's continued f" Crawfordvillc, Florida 28
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round here. His family and father, Mister Hutch, have a home in growth, prosperity and \!.,irch, 1966 R. M. Spears of .

Wakulla County here they have spent part of the years. They progress will require experienced Route 1, Crawfordvillc, was
still come to it from time to time even though most of the Gibson leadership and "absolute integrity certified as a Tree Farmer by

children, including Pete, have set up homes of their own. Many in government in the :: \merlcan Forest Products Indus-

people Wakulla County rememberwhen Pete's father and his sis- months and years ahead, "State tin s, Inc. of Washington, D.

ter, Clara (Des erers: ) Neal lived at Sopchoppy and Medart, o- Treasurer-Insurance Commis- t' -' c. here today. An appropriate

perating a turpentine business. So when Pete says he knows the sioner Broward Williams said i .t\ : I' certificate and sign were delivered -

problems of the folks in this district, we know that he is talking today. "., I by Farm Forester Dan
from experience.We Williams is campaigning for I ia us man.

are going to endorse Pete Cibson for re-election but not primarily election to a four-year term in L. l rise American Forest Products

because he has lived in this area most of his life. the State Cabinet Post he steppedinto Industries is a non-profit nationwide -

We like what he has sood for in the Legislature and what he has in January, 1965, after the MILE' MIERS CANDIDATEFOR organization dedicated to

tried to do. unexpected death of ]J. Edwin REPRESENTATIVE' expansion and conservation of

Pete has said time and time again that what North Florida needsis Larson.; the nation's forests. Landownerswho 4
less politics and more jobs. The Treasurer-Insurance Com- Dr. Miley L. Miers, lB! yelrold follow good forestry practices -

But just talking about it doesn't bring any jobs In. Pete went out missioner-State Fire Marshal'spost Tallahassee dentist, ,i' ,i candidate are certified as membersof

and got industry for Taylor County.It is "one of the most com- for State Represent.itivc in the American Tree Farm Pro- :

has: been estimated that his efforts helped Taylor and Madison plex in all State Government, Group I, representing W.iKulla, gram. The Program originatedin
leon, and Franklin Counties. Dr. [ Washington State in 1941 and
last of
Counties get 300 new jobs in the four years. and directs the supervision
This alone would be enough to commend him to us as the type more than $2 billions in state hers wa born in Montgomery, has since spread all over our
Alabama and reared in St. Petersburg -
man we want in the State Senate. funds annually", the 24-year country. Under the program
Further, Pete has recognized the importance of education. To career state worker pointed out Florida. He has been a millions of acres arc certifiedas

keep our children able to mpete for better jobs, we must have in a talk at Jacksonville this resident of Tallahassee for eight- Tree Farms. Sixty-five per-

better schools and we must keep the chil -cn in them longer. He week. cen years. cent of all Tree Farmers are individuals :

has been advocating this for years and he is the author of the law Williams said i "experienced He served twoyears as anrerial rather than companiesor aa.r '
in the U. S. Navy
which established a law school at Florida State He leadership isresulting in photographer corporations.
new University. unpre-
attended the University of Alabama Mr. Spears' Tree Farm consists Farm Forester I Dan H! .uinun (left) congratulates R. M. Spears,
also has been a sparkplug in behalf of the University of Florida cedented growth and progress I
and received AB and DDS of over 500 acres of land with Route 1, CrawfordvilK on Certification as j 'Free Farmer.
Medical School, and School of Veterinary Medicine. for all Floridians; and this
from Washington University mile of
Finally, Pete was one of two Senators from our area who stood on touches: the purse strings of all' degrees one frontage on the -
St. Louis. Gulf. 112 MACON A. RUDD 896-1 965
in
acres are mature
the Senate floor in the special reapportionment session last month our citizens
Dr. Mien served two terms as The land
and fought the 24-county senatorial district. Pete already has demonstrated He reminded listeners of his pine. was acquired
president of the Leon County about 20 Reverend Luther R. Stokes his -
his position under fire. philosophy of Government, years ago. Grazingwas A tribute in his memory by pastor

We admire him for it and for the statute he has shown us a legis- which he described as "having Dental Society, is a member ofthe Mr. Spears first operation. and devoted friend for nearly decade ,
.
executive committee of the About four ((1961)) he +***+*****+***** itt't*++****** **+*-k*+*'i'.t*** *n***
lator, and we recommend him for your vote on May 3. Government do for its citizens years ago ,
dental staff of Tallahassee Memorial discontinued of
*****.***!k***************.********* what they cannot do alone". burning the Before me here on my desk: as Ibpj.in r, to write this tribut or manorial -

The U. S. Supreme Court edict to reapportion our state put sur- I He said "we in the State Hospital, is current president woods pastures to promote nat- to him, is the lust picture I ever took of Brother Macon A.
of the North Florida Dental -
vival of Wakulla County in doubt. Treasurer's Office believe that uralre-seeding of his lands. He Rudd, late of Sopchoppy, Florida. The picture was taken in Mon-
Research Committee and
Eig county legislators threw us into a twenty-four county group i our function is to assist every has held office ,in the also began a turpentine opera- ticello, Florida, on January 3, 1963.
and when they com back in 1967 it may be that they will com- I l citizen when assistance it needed Northwest every District Dental Society tion. Presently many small Even though he was then suffering the ravages and crippling f ie
bine small counties. i and never to resist the efforts seedlings are appearing, and ects of the dread disease which was to end his: life here upon 1.1""
Times dictate elect from small who knows of to become serving as president m 1962. Mr. Spears is protecting them Rudd shows him with cheeri
we a man a county our people earth, this picture of Brother a i ,
Executive
He is member of the -
and understands our problems, a man who will keep the small successful". Council a of the Florida from fire and animals. Mr. friendly, warm-hearted smile on his face. This very famlliarsmilc,
county voice in the letislature. The TreasurerCommissionersaid Spears expects to continue his radiating from his heart outwards, was his Trademark of life. He

Such a man is Cecil A. Kennedy of Jasper, a candidate for sen- the Job of Treasurer requires State Dental in 1964 Society assistant and was sec-ap- gum farming operation, and figures was easily one of the best-hearted and most sincerely friendly men

ator In the newly created 25th District. participation on the activities (pointed of as the State Board in six to eight years he it has ever been my privilege and pleasure to shake hands with.

Cecil A. Kennedy knows our problems having started his business of some 30 Cabinet I 1/tenttl retary-treasurer: I Examiners. He is a will take as much in gum profitas Living Just across the street from him for several years, I saw him

in the turpentine industry. He taw the need for diversification and I, hoards and commissions, Including mu mberof the Flori" Delegation the harvest of the mature come and go daily almost---either on his tractor, in his car or via

since went into farming, cattle, and recently peaches. many that influence the to the American Dental Association trees will bring as sawlogs or foot. If he was riding, he would always throw up his hand and

Cecil A. Kennedy has the means and the intent to be a fulltime daily lives of every citl/cn of is a memberof the American pulpwood. lie expects to havea wave it. If he was walking, he would come directly up to you

senator. He plans an office in Tallahassee. Florida.He Academy general Dentistry crop of young trees comingby with a big generous smile and greet you by saying: "How are you
Kennedy realizes the importance commercial fishing means in said "the Board of Directors Florida Academy of Dental the time the mature trees are comin on?"

our coastal counties. of our Nation's giant corp- Practice Administration, Florida cut.Mr. Not only was Brother Rudd friendly, he was equally truthful and
He feels that northern Gulf coastal counties have been overlookedas orations include the experience Prosthodontic Society, Spears states that pines dependable. His word was as good as gold. Indeed it was as his
a tourist mecca. Salt water sports and commercial fishing is gained through a lifetime of Southeastern Academy of Pros- will! pay now and that he believes bond would have been. You could safely plan on the strength of
work and I sincerely believewe they will be even more anything he told commitment he made. He had no
big business to this area. thodontics, Society! of Oral Physiology you or on any
Kennedy flies his own plane and is only two hours away from should have the same sort of and Occlusion, American valuable in the future. To place in his heart or mind for a sham or for a deceitful person.He .

Washington where his drive and determination can be used to see executive leadership at the Equilibration Society and Federation back up his convictions he is not only wanted everyone to measure up to their claims, he

that the missing link in the intercoastal waterway is completed. helm of State Government". Dcntairc Internationale. acting now to replace the trees also most assuredly never jumped any higher himself than he could

Education is tops on his list. His wife, Pauline, has taught in Williams, in a summary of his lie is past President of Tallahassee he has today for the future benefit land and walk straight after his feet hit the ground again. Brother

Hamilton County for the past fifteen years. He knows thefinancial campaign's progress to date, Toastmasters, Is a directorof of his family. Ru liked good; clean fun and he could laugh as heartily as any-

problems of small counties in raising money for quality education.He said "we are organized state the Tallahassee 'Y.M.C.A. one. lie had many good stories he enjoyed telling over and over.

pledges establish a state school formula which will give those wide. We are determined to andPotaryClub, served two years Nothing suited him better than to pull a good trick or prank on a
needed funds to the rural counties. take our program of achieve- as dental division chairman of THE COUNTY friend. I never knew of him ever taking the wrong attitude when
He's pledged to work for the extension of State Road 22 fromWe- ments to all the people and let United Fund, is a past director of AGENT'S CORNER the tables were now and then turned on him. He could play and he

wahitclika through Wakulla County. This Kennedy says will help every voter know the things we Leon Division, American could take a Joke. A rare quality of character and control is nec-
County
Warm and sunshine has
bring industry to this area. days
believe in. and is 32 degree for one to be like this.
a essary
"If we bring people in here to establish new business, I'm goingto Cancer Society, its effect on everyone and we
cheerful This I
that the lord loveth as
He said "I am tremendously Mason and Shrlner.; The Bible Ky a giver. ,
make sure they have the transportation facilities to succeed", all want to get out in the yardto
pleased and proud that many Dr. Miers teaches the young a- believe it to be, was one of the major points of strength clearly
work with -
said.A plants neglected
he so
thousands the life of Brother Macon. He was wholly and com-
of our Citizens know dult Sunday School class at TrinIty evidenced In !
'vote for Cecil A. is vote for voice of the small during the winter We lookat
a
Kennedy a hard farmer
and like the way the Office of Methodist Church and has pletely unselfish and free-hearted. lie worked as a
counties. candidate because his State Treasurer is being run today served two terms on the church long straggling branches that and was unquestionably successful in this business. What he made
this
endorses
The Wakulla News have the last
County official board. lie is married to grown during sum- by honest toil he used carefully and wisely. Ills generosity to his
meets the needs of our county. met and need to be trimmed.
platform Williams pledged "continued the former Patricia Malloy of Church and with his friends and neighbors is well known by all.
This is the time to do just that.
growth, stability and integrityin Tallahassee. They have two sons His check was never late showing up In the collection plate of the

SWINE SHOW TO BE HELD the four years ahead". and two daughters. vou If a should plant has wait not until yet ithas bloomed finished Sopchoppy Methodist Church. He and his dear wife brought it.
his he His Church was close to his heart. lie was numbered among the
candidacy
COFFEE In announcing
NOVEMBER '12. '1966 SET FOR i blooming and then trim.
and interest the
: said, "It imperative that more very first to approve and support with rare loyalty
blooms will
MfLEV' MIERS of our responsible citizens con Rememberthat new campaign to build a new church. His thinking and suggestions of-
Saturday, November 12, 1966, be produced on thisyear'sgrowth
with the affairs ten proved to be one of most dependable sources of guidanceand
LOSS erosclve-s! my
HOUSE FIRE'
has been set as the date for the April 17, candidate for the cern and trimming shrubs now
of government. We can no longer encouragement. I can report that if it had not been for Macon
first annual Wakulla County House of Representatives Miley PUT AT $9,000Fire ourselves in will help produce a flush of like him In well
afford to Indulge Rudd and a few other good and true men just as as
Swine Show and Sale. The fliers of Tallahassee will be for those blooms
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entertained growth you
concerned the church
the luxury of complacency."It out of the Church to far as membership is ,
show, open to adults as well as at a coffee at the home of undetermined origin is firm belief that theN want next spring. Shaping the would not be standing today the beautiful and adequate buildingthat
my
4-H and FFA members, will bea of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie i B. destroyed home of Mrs. Sal- orh t.v e st area of Florida has plant now by trimmingwlll add it is. '

market type show which Dykes in Crawfordville. ly Lee Roberts on Route 6 early the greatest potential for future to the beauty of your plants as Many said that the Job was too great and Just simply could not be

means that all swine entered in The event will get underwayat Wednesday, March 30, with a growth and development of any well as producing new growth. done I Not in Sopchoppy anyway. Well, Brother Rudd and a good

the show must be meat type 3:00 P.M. till 5:00 P.M. loss of over $9, 000. portion of our state. We leadership This is alsothe time to fertil- many others felt differently about the undertaking and they never

barrows or gilts. Allof the citizensof the coun- Mrs Robert told Florida For. need intelligent, decisive ize plants around the home. failed to hold up my arms and give me: their support. The record

For those who plan to par- ty are Invited. e st t Service Ranger Sam Lollie and I humbly request the Broadcast 1-1/2 to 3 pounds of stands in Heaven today as to the part all played in this glorious

ticipate in the show, it may be the fire must have been burn- opportunity to render service in 6-6-6 or 8-8-8 fertilizer per 100 undertaking on the port of Methodism in Sopchoppy. When the

planned that pigs born some- ing some time as the entire the office of state representativeas I square feet or 100 feet of row Church Building is dedicated free of debt later this summer, Brother

where between April 15 and RECORD NUMBER structure seemed to be ablazeat these future events unfold. and then be sure and water this Macon Rudd will be looking through one of Heaven's windows withan

June 15 will be large enough to 2 a,m. when she and the other and then be sure and water this approving smile on his face.
fit into the weight classifica- ATTEND SERVICESAT occupants were awakened. CORPORATION CHARTERED i In well. These plants should be As a Christain, Brother Rudd was more oi less up and down, as the

tions. MASHES POINT' None of the four children or watered 3 or 4 times more after saying goes. He had his faults and! problems. He knew about them,

Rules and regulations have As the sun came up above the the other occupants were Tallahassee Secretary of : fertilizing. Repeat this same God knew about them, his family knew abort them, hi*friends knew
been adopted and pens are being water Sunday morning at Mashes burned State Tom Adams today announced application in three months and about them, and I knew about them. His temper often gave him
constructed at the Wakulla Point some 400 citizens of the the chartering of the follow J s again in the fall. trouble. Many were the times that he talked most seriously about
Two of the Forest Service
County Livestock Pavilion in area faced the east to see the units ing corporation George's MarI I j Control of insects becomes a his spiritual needs. He honestly wanted to be able to live a life
from Crawfordvllle
preparation for the show this sight before humbly an ina, Inc. of Panacea ((3-03424)), I major problem and plants must that would be pleasing in Cod's! sight. Before he died, praise the
glorious iwcred the alarm but were only I be with insecticides to and he did find sweet through
Fla.
did
bowing their heads in prayer. Highway 369, Panacea sprayed Lord, he pray through victory
fall.Trophies
will be awarded to One of the largest turnouts for able to save adjoining build. (Wakulla County). Authorized kill the many insects and pestsof Christ over his sins and the Devil. Ho testified to this experienceto
the owner of the Grand Champ- the annual Sunrise Service brav- ings. The house was a total loss stock 100 shares of common at ornamentals. When using insecticides scores and scores of close relatives and friends. He died in the

ion and the best showman, anda ed chill winds to hear a stirring before their arrival. $50.00 per share, filed March use the following Safety faith and blessed assurance of a Child of God. He left this world to

registered boar pig will be pre- from the Rev. Emmett Lollie pointed out that the 29, 1966, dealing i im Boats, Precautions: be forever a Citizen In the Kingdom of God.
sented to the individual who message Wakulla Forest Service, Sop equipment, boat trailers, etc. 1. All insecticides are poi- Personally, I fully expect to meet Brother Macon Rudd and enjoy
exhibits I the overall Grand Whaley.Choir members from Crawford choppy Volunteer Fire Department Incorporators: Bcaulah Petran- sons, and the safety precautionson fellowship with him again in that Place the Lord has prepared for

Champion of the show. ville, Sopchoppy, and Medart and the St. Marks Volunteer dis, Panacea, Fla. Johnny C. the label should be followed. all of us who love Jesus Christ and look undoubtlngh/ His app-

The show will begin at 10-00 special Easter music during Fire Department had Petrandis, Tallahassee, Fla., 2. Read the entire label, including earing.We .
A.M. on Saturday, November sang the fought six large woods firesin Jimmy! C. Petrandis, AngeloE. the small print, before never say farewell to a child of Cod when they take leave of

12, and the sale of the Grand The Sunrise program.Service that was the past 24 hours and requested Petrandis, all Tallahassee, opening the container. us to go home to Heaven. Rather, our parting word is that we shall

and Reserve Champions will be started several years ago has the residents of the Fla. George D. Pctrandis, Panacea 3. Store pesticides in their meet again around the Throne of Cod!
heldthatnight. A11 other Fla. filed by W. K. original labelled containers out
swine been growing continuously each area to be extremely careful ,
will sell following the sale of year.Manywho. with outdoor burning Whitfield, Attorney at Law, I of reach children, people and SPRING FESTIVALAT '
the Champions. have attended speakof Tallahassee, Florida. pets, and preferably keep under CARD OF THANKS
if any trash is being burned lock and key. I SOPCHOPPY
the unique setting and tranquility during this long dry windy II 4. Dispose of left over spray

POLITICAL RALLY that comes on a person spell notify the Forest Serviceat Mrs. Minnie Tucker had as her materials and empty containers The family of John H. Met-I. The Sopchoppy P. T.A. will
who attends. I Crawfordville when you planto Easter guests Mr. and Mrs. L. and calf, Sr. deceased, acknowledges present its annual Spring Festi-
promptly safely.
APRIL' '16THApolitical The cooperation of the minis- burn," LoUie said He also C. Bettner and two daughters, S. Keep pesticides from get- with deep appreciationthe I val on April 29, 1966, at the
terial association in the county Mrs H. M. Miller of kindnesses of flowers, i ...
many Sopchoppy School.
Tampa.Mr. and The theme
rally will be held has done much o enhance this pointed out this would help the ting Into fish ponds, streams food and sympathy extended ,
to for this
Jt Mt. Trial P. B. Church dispatcher in the fire tower to water supplies. program will be the May i
service and bring' meaningful and Mrs. Lawrence Goblet then during their recent be-
Day festivities
Sopchoppy, Saturday April beginning to the CListlans Eas- know what was a reported fire and three daughters from 6. Axoid drift of pesticides reavement.Mrs. t
16, 1966, at 5:00 P.MAll \ ter Day. and what fires should be investigated Columbus, Georgia, and her to adjacent areas or to crops Alma E. Me If j A fish fry, coronation and
candidates tea cake walk are Just a few of tb
and the public Tucker from I th. may be eaten by man or
son, Reginald ,
is invited. animals. events being: planned.
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COUNTY NEWS
2 THURSDAY. APRIL 14. 1966 r1 r LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS I i i iM
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NAME LAW I
r f t Second In The Judicial Circuit Circuit Court of of flo-the eeL END 0 N FUNERAL
WAKULLA Notice is 1 that the
hereby given HOME
rida, nand For Wakulla Coun- R. L. RILEY FUNERAL I
undersigned
desiring to engagein
ty. In Chancery. HOME
COUNTY NEWS 1374. Business under the fictitious Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director
name of Mt. Olive Farmers As-
Telephone WAlnut i.1301VirrlnU W.W. Holley C. Holley, his, Jr.wife,, and Raney Essie C. sociation, In the County of Wa Phone 697-3366 I H HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
kulla, intends to said
register I
Whaley and Victoria Whaley, i
name with the Circuit Court of
FLA. .
hit wife, Arthur R. Robinson and CARRABELLE,
Eloise F. Robinson, his wife, Wakulla County, Florida. "21 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" PHONE 385-1161 Tallahassee Flq I
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KelKhtler, EditorFntered Plaintiffs, David Green
Flavors Green
VI. WAKULLA UNTY ;
Amos Green SERVING
,
Panacea Shores, Inc. a Florida Route 1, Box 240 J ,

at Crawfordvllle, Florida 'son corporation, and W. D. Fergu- Crawfordville, Florida4t331,4f7,4fI4,4f21. I I. ..--

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AI second clue nutter Suburript Defendants. .

rote. .. $3.00'per ycir, NOTICE OF SUIT COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM
THE STATE OF FLORIDA FOR SALE 1960 V-8 Starliner WAKULLA

TOt The Defendant W. D. Ford, 2-door Hard Top, Auto- CRAWFORDVILLE FLORIDA
Ferguson, whose addressis matic Transmission, Radio and
Route 1, Box 78, Heater. Contact William M. UNDER TITLEVI

HENRY WILLIAMS GREETINGS aire, Georgia: Bon-I (Bill) Payne Medart. Florida. NOTICE OF SCHOOL DESEGREGATION PLAN 1

--- -- OF 1964
REALTY W. D. Holley, Jr., Essie W. OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT
Holley his wife, Raney C.
Whaley and Victoria Whaley, FOR SALE 15' (Maid of Quin-
his wife, Arthur R. Robinsonand cylBoat, 25 HP Evlnrude Mo- This notice is made available to inform you about the 11. STUDENTS ENTERING FIRST GRADE
Reg. Real Estate Broker Eloise F. Robinson his tor, Gator-type trailer. Very desegregation of our schools. Keep a copy of this noticeIt .
St. Marks Fla. wife, having filed their sworn low price. See John or Frank will answer many questions about school desegregation The parent. or other adult person acting as parent
Complaint herein praying for a Lawhon, Sopchoppy, Florida, of every child entering the first grade is required to
Phone 741 mandatory injunction requiringthe Te. W02-2331. choose the school his child will attend. Choices will be

defendant W. D. Ferguson 4/14 1. DESEGREGATION PLAN IN EFFECT made under the same free choice process used for students -

REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES forthwith structure from to remove Lots 16 a and certain 17, The HaliulU County public school system is being new to the school system in other grades, as provided

Associate: Unit 3, In Panacea Shores, ac- NATIONAL LIBRARY desegregated under a plan adopted in accordance with in paragraph 10.

t. M. Hatcher cording map or plat on file in WEEK. APRIL 17-23 I II Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The purpose of
Sr. the office of the Clerk of Circuit I CHOICESNo
the desegregation plan is to eliminate from our school 12. PRIORITY OF LATE
Phone Court of Wakulla
M 6-3201 County, flo-
National Library Week, April system the racial segregation of students and all other
I rida, said structure
being more
made after the end of the
II particularly described in the 17th to 23rd, will spotlight lib- forms of discrimination based on race color or national choice spring 30-day
I I I Complaint enjoining the defend- rary service needs in Florida, origin. choice period may be denied for any reason other than
ants Panacea Shores Inc. and State Chairman Warren H. Pierceof overcrowding. In the event of overcrowding choices
,
I If You bleed W. D. Ferguson from violatingany the St. Petersburg Times announced 2. THIRTY.DAY SPRING CHOICE PERIOD made during the 30-day choice period will have first

i of the other covenants and today. priority. Overcrowding will be determined by the stand.
Office Supplies "The immediate goal for Nat- Each student or his parent or other adult person
I restrictions governing all of the ard provided for in paragraph 8. Any parent or student
Office Furniture lots in Panacea Shores Units 2 ional Library Week is to inform acting as parent is required to choose the school the first choice is denied because of
Business Machines and 3, and granting plaintiffssuch all Florida citizens about the student will attend next school year. The choice period whose overcrowdingwill
current status and needs of all be given a second choice in the manner provided for
See or Call other relief as maybe meet will begin on April nth and close Hay 13th. 1966
and proper in the premises; it the state's libraries.He in paragraph 9.
RANEY WHALEY is therefore, outlined other goals adopted 3. EXPLANATORY LETTERS AND SCHOOL CHOICE

etCAPITAL ORDERED that the defendantW. by the Florida Library Association FORMS 13. TESTS, HEALTH RECORDS AND OTHER ENTRANCE
D. Ferguson is hereby required which citizens of the
OFFICEEQUIPMENT to file his written defenses state will be Informed about On the first day of the choice period, an explana. REQUIREMENTS ;
CO. to said Complaint in this during the April week. These tory letter and this notice will be sent by first.class mail
cause and to serve a copy thereof Include local library service available to the parents or other adult person acting as parent of Any academic tests or other procedures used in as
319 South Adam. St. upon the plaintiffs, or their to every resident withinan each student then in the schools who is expected to attend signing students to schools, grades, classrooms sections,
Corner E. Peiuarola attorney, whose name and address hour's drive and a resource school the following school year. A school choice courses of study, or for any other purpose will be applied
is W. Oven center within a day's round trip uniformly to all students without regard to color
TALLAHASSEE J. Jr. Box form will be sent with each letter together with a return race or
FLORIDA 953 Tallahassee, Florida, on of his home. addressed to the Additional national origin. No choice of school will be denied because .
or before the 28th day of "Every public school and academic envelope Superintendent.
April
of failure at the time of choice to provide
of the letter this and the choice form are any
1966, said library in Florida should copies notice
or Complaint will be
I taken confessed and said cause hive a book collection which freely available to the public at any school and at the health record birth certificate, or other document. The
will proceed accordingly againstthe meets or exceeds the standardsset Superintendent's office student will be tentatively assigned in accordance with
defendant W. D. Fngu.on. by the American Library Association the plan and the choice made, and given ample time to
WITNESS MY HAND as Clerk ," Pierce said. 4. RETURNING THE CHOICE FORMS obtain any required document. Curriculum credit, and
and the Seal of said Today, according to TEA stat- will be
Court at promotion procedures not applied in such a wayas
Parents and their the
students at option, return
istics, only seven of Florida's may
Crawfordville
Wakulla County freedom
to of choice of
hamper student
Florida, this 17th day of 138 libraries have a book collection completed choice forms by hand to any school or by mailto any
March, 1966. of over 100,000. One the Superintendents office at any tune during the
Moody PearceAs of every five citizens has no 30-day choice period. No preference will be given for 14. CHOICES ONCE MADE CANNOT BE ALTERED

Clerk of Circuit Court [nand public library service. Statewide choosing early during the choice period. A choice is
: libraries have less Once a choice has been submitted it be
than not
For Wakulla County, Florida required for each student No assignment to a school can may
one book per capita, while min- be made unless a choice is made first.S. changed even though the choice period has not ended
by hi Beatrice imum tandards call for at least The choice is binding for the entue school year to whichit
Dugyr
Deputy Clerk (Seal) I two, Pierce, both pointed professional out. Personnel lib-- CHOICE FORM INFORMATIONThe applies except in the case of ((1)I) compelling hardship

4t-3/24,31,4/7,14. rarians and school ((2)) change of residence to a place where another school is
clericalstaff are In- choice form lists the names locations
adequate. According to FLA and grades offered for each school. The reasons for any closer ((3)) the availability of a school designed to fit the

DAVE HAMRICK CALL FOR BIDS figures, only 43 libraries in Flo- choice made are not to be stated The form asks for the special needs of a physically handicapped student ((4))
rida have sufficient staff to meet the availability at another school of a course of study
name, address and age of the student the school and
INSURANCE AGENCY minimum standards and these required by the student which is not available at the
The Wakulla County School are predominately nonprofessional grade currently or last attended the school chosen for
'AUTOMOBILE Board will sell the following i- workers. the following year, the appropriate signature and whetherthe school chosen.IS. .

temstothehlghestandbestbid- Tax supported libraries provide form has. been signed by the student or his parent.
BONDS der on April 18, 1966. $1.81 per capita while the "The race color, or national origin of the student is requested ALL OTHER ASPECTS OF SCHOOLS DESEGREGATED .

CASUALTY One six-inch jointer national average is $2.00 and for purposes of recordkeeping required by the
One four-inch jointer the minimum standards set by U S. Office of Education. The informaaon will not be
MARINE One Jig saw the American Library Associa All school-connected ,
used in to discriminate the services, facilities, athletics
student
One wood lathe tion is $3.50, statistics show.A any way against .
FIRE One band saw minimum of two thousand Any letter or other written communication which identifiesthe activities and programs are open to all on a desegregated
One drill press trained librarians are needed in student and the school he wishes to attend will be basis. A student attending school for the first time
PHONE 877-3108 One ten-inch table saw Florida today to provide ade- deemed just as valid as if submitted on the choice form on a desegregated basis may not be subject to any disqualification .

1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 One six-inch table saw quate service, Pierce said. supplied by the school system. The names of students or waiting period for participation in actvi
One tractor Honorary Chairman of this and the schools they choose or are assigned to under ties and programs, including athletics which might otherwise .
TALLAHASSEE. FLA. One set tandem harrows year's National Library Weekin the plan will not be made public by school officials apply because he is a transfer student. All transportation .
One cultivator frame Florida is Mr. James W. Walter furnished by the school system will also operate .
The above items may be inspected Chairman of the Board, 6. COURSE AND PROGRAM INFORMATIONTo on a desegregated basis. Faculties will be desegregated
.. at the Agricultural Jim Walter Corporation, Tam-
-' building at Sopchoppy High pa. Miss Julia L. Schwartz has guide students and parents in making a choiceof and no staff member will lose his position because

lno6EPTIC TANK School between the hours of been named Executive Directorofthesevendaycampalgn. school listed below by schools are the courses and of race color or national origin. This includes any case

SERVICE', 8:00 A.M. and 4:00 P. M. Mon- Sheis programs which are not given at every school in this where less staff is needed because schools are closed or
-'- day through Friday. on the library staff of the school system. enrollment is reduced.
Clean OntRepair Sealed bids will be received in University of South Florida.

the office of the Superintendentat Preliminary plans call for an Crawfordville Elementary School Special Education 16. ATTENDANCE ACROSS SCHOOL SYSTEM LINES
all-out
Crawfordville until state-wide
9:00A. M. campaign
New Installation Monday April 18, 1966.S. using a 11 media, including news- Sopchoppy Elementary School Special Education
The Best For Less E. papers, radio and television, a No arrangement will be made or permission grant
Chairman Roddenbeny speaker's bureau, brochures and 7. SIGNING THE CHOICE FORMA ed by this school system for any students living in the

Telephone Attest W. E. Whaley pamphlets, special displays in community it serves to attend school in another school
Tallahassee) 877-1773 Superintendent all libraries across the state. choice form may be signed by a parent or other system where this would tend to limit desegregation or

after ft :00 p.m. 2t-3/31.4/7.. adult person acting as parent A student who has reached where the opportunity is not available to all students
the age of IS at the time of choice or will next without
enter regard to race color or national origin. No or
TalkhaMet Biulncm Firm the ninth or any higher grade may sign his own choice rangement will be made or permission granted by this
form. The student's choice shall
be controlling unless a school system for any students living in another school
different choice is exercised by his parent before the end system to attend school in this system where this would

I DIRECTORYPatorniu of choice.the period during which the student. exercises his tend to limit desegregation or where the opportunity is

not available to all students without regard to race coloror

8. PROCESSING OF CHOICESNo national origin..
These AdvertlMn

choice will be denied for any reason other than 17. VIOLATIONS TO BE REPORTEDIt
I overcrowding. In cases where granting all choices for

F R M any school would cause overcrowding the students is a violation of our desegregation plan for any
Little Folks choosing the school who live closest to it will be school .
official
Store assigned or teacher to influence
re+, or coerce any person
O. I I. to that school Whenever
GRAMLING a choice is to be
I Inc denied, over in the making of a choice or to threaten any person
FEEDSFlint will be
The Capital crowding determined
by a uniform with
I standard op- penalties or promise favors for choice made.
Majon for Minora"I & any
CO. plicable to all schools in the
| CAudr nt furniture. Toys, system. It is also a violation of Federal regulations for any personto

River Baby Gamtt Aoctiionti, Hobbiti On-Stop Service for 9. NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENTS. SECOND CHOICEAll intimidate threaten coerce retaliate or discriminate

sots S. Mills i 13J_N. Monroe St Ph 222 1146BakerAlford FeedSeedFertilizerPoultry against any individual for the purpose of interfering with
Monroe th 22J-0274 :. : students and their the free
will
parents be
i Supplies promptly] making of a choice of school. Any person having
notified in of
their
writing school assignments Should any knowledge of any violation of these prohibitions
iI. Garden Tools student be denied his
I. any choice because of should to
he overcrowd report the facts immediately by mail or phone
So. Adamt tt SJl' .L.R.RCrowJaf ing will be promptly notified and given a choice the Equal Educational Opportunities Program, U. S. Of

I Co. among avcnlable.all other schools in the system where space is tee of Education. Washington. D, C., 20202 (telephone

: "Tk Part Mwte" Phone 2:24812 202962-0333)) ). The name of any person reporting any

JI I Anything for jour auto truck 10. STUDENTS MOVING INTO THE COMMUNITYA violation will not be disclosed without his consent Any
Light Wttgkt sat RtgularConcrete or tractor. Also for other violation
Jour power of the desegregation plan or other discrim
Blocks i. lawnmowe and much for choice of school for
: your student (nation based the
who
boat any
.. will be new on race color, or national origin in
Hanson, Wood and. ,i 208 N. Adams St Ph. 222-8380. to the choice school system may be made during the spring 30- school system Is also a violation of Federal requirements
Noel Ind., Inc. day period or at any other time before he enrolls and should likewise be reported. Anyone witha

S. Adam. St, at 4-Point* Capital Stone Co. in school school choice An explanatory letter this notice and the complaint to report should first bring it to the attention of

Ttl 222-5840 P. O Bon ""1 j Since 1908 as lOOn the form will be given out for each new student local school officials unless he feels it would not 1 be help
as school
MARBLE CRANITE At least system knows about the studea L fail to do so. If local officials do not correct the violation
--.... BRONZE choice form seven when days will be allowed for the return of t the promptly any person familiar with the facts of the) viola

-----1 MEMORIALS day choice period a A choice choice Is made after the spring' 3 a Won should report them immediately to the U. S Office

Yeagur Cemtiwy Wtrkff All TyptiSOS student No assignment 10 must be made for .ac h of Education at the above address or phone* number.
any school be
+tlr. '; W. Calnea St-Tel. 223-0711 unless a choice Is made fir.t. can mad e

Inc Walter T. Buchan, Her This
adyerUs..ent

/M .. added to nor deltedfroTUchange a. prescrilxd by the U< 8. Office I
0 ra* end Bondi prescribed COrti of Education Not one word hu been '
214 S. Ad.mi the fora except in those
to instances
8t.-T.I. 222-4880 sake It applicable to skulls where it was necessary to
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Davis BiggestBanker

One of the many duties of your State Treasurer it working with ;
I banks throughout the state in handling state monies. Your
State Treasurer's office is responsible for depositing state :i

SENATOR funds and safeguarding securities placed with it by the
banks. During his 24 years with the State Treasurers office, ,
t' Broward Williams has worked with just about every bank in
; 5th. DISTRICT the State; in many cases, it was Broward Williams who helped .!
i them set up their first automated record keeping systems
.. Broward William's banking experience has been invaluable to himin
helping the State Treasurer's office with
: keep pace the
Qualified Young DependableYou growth and vitality of Florida's banking .industry

'c His experience is invaluable to you in providing C PROVEN I
competent, knowledgeable representation of EXPERIENCE INA II
your interests in this specialized field JOB; IT TAKES .
of government Vote to keep proven experience ain

Can Vote for One Candidate in Each of These a job it takes a lifetime to learn

KEEP



.t i t Four Districts \ Broward WilliamsSTATE




DISTRICT 5 DISTRICT 6 DISTRICT 8 DISTRICT 25 TREASURER


Cross Bryant Alderman Barrow Poliiii.il AJv.riM.irunt l>iJ tor bi I F red N lorry, Tre .

Bush Franks HoIIey

Hal Davis Davis. Home Joanos .
Due Lewis Kennedy

Gibson Peck
Johns
Mixson Stratton ELECT

Murphy Teague

Pearce James E.

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EDUCATION NEEDS

JOANOSDistrict


CECIL A. KENNEDY



EDUCATION: WITHOUT IT NORTH

ki: FLORIDA WILL WITHER AND DIE! 25 SENATORBorn


In Tallahassee: married CHURCH AFFILIATIONto
CECIL A. KENNEDY ts appalled that the former Betty Lou Whittle Layreader and Vestryman
over at the Cape man is reaching for the stars, of Quincy; three children Julie Episcopal Comforter Church of the Holy
while in North Florida little children's feet arc 7, Janet 7. Jamie 3; Attorney.
MILITARY
Q mired in the mud of a horse and buggy educational EDUCATION Active duty, United States Air
system r Force 1356-59, Air Force Reserve
,j Leon County Public Schools: Captain.AFFILIATIONS.
\ rr +a The Florida State University
"As SENATOR from the 25th SENATORIAL '
your "
\ ; Bachelor of Science, President Masons, the Shrine, Past PresIdent -
't q DISTRICT, I will represent the of Student Senate, Student ( Tallahassee Jaycees;
r'.' state's three major universities and twenty i Body Vice President ODK Hon State Vlce-Presldent, Florida
orary; Gold Key; Permanent Jaycees; Past Vice President
/c four county school boards"I Class President, Yale University Capital Toastmasters; President
II I J taw School. Bachelor of Hartsfleld PT.A; Tallahassee
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Laws Permanent Class Alumni ,
r ; Florida and American
r CECIL A KENNEDY is pledged to make Chairman. Bar Associations
the 1967 legislature the greatest education .
:Political Ailvcrtlaemcnl Paid tor by Campaign Traftaurar
session in the state's history,

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"The Universities need -'-- ;
1 more money. *
..r They arc understaffed, underequipped and
have too much interference from the state
cabinet." Do you live here ?

;>c.a twenty four county school boards I Ii II ia1.knA i

need more state help to educate the children Ne1HYeedsdsn I
i in their care.
Xrmdunfdh.ue
asbun j
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CECIL A. KENNEDY, who sought the Srrsnar / i
A ,..elu.e .f Caonla Military Atadamy. CICIL A. best education available for his own children lihurr eekrlle dunks flay ,
KENNEDY, Ott..M Marcar Unhranity/ for .h,.. ,..... Hit and whose wife has been teaching for fifteen Uyler aeleyNb Unl Ired rdhenklin
rittcrttai wa Intarruptaa1 by .ha war. H. cemplataa'. flighttrambif
..,., Imtnctwaurina. years in the Hamilton County school system, I .
at Gaar&!. Tub and .eI n a fliht 6hhrdalethq turners
i WarM War II. Hn wif, Paulina, kn taught hi knows and understands the problems and Dun ;t
H..II,.. Canary aehaafc far ha part ,"". Thtyha needs of education in the 25TH SENATORIAL I)
i .. rabaa4 ana1 aau.ataa1 two bay tw. .." aftandaa1 Gatrjla Military Ataaamy. WaMe, the I i.W.
..,, l la a graduate a* Emory Urbanity. The young.*, hereby the challenge full
accept as a
laniamin, ,..elu..eI ham tha Vnivtmty;. of Florida andlo
I, .. .. time public servant and offer
ar.wi.tly amplatin Nudity a> the Uni ar iry f Tan you an opportunity I;
I ..... School af Mattel. to educate your children M they may I II No Substitute For Experience
compete in this complex, technological age" I
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Every Voter in These Counties Can Vote for FOUR Senators: '
: Cecil A. KENNEDY thoroughly agrees with educators who stress that the twenty i
long served its One in District 5; One In District 6; One in District 8, and One in District 25.
;: year old minimum foundation program ago purpose. I
"Il CECIL A. KENNEDY supports taking the minimum out of the minimum foundation I DISTRICT S DIS'llct S DIS'RICT I Dln"CT 2.
J. C. "Rtd" Cross jickaon Bryan f J. Aldermen J. G Barrow
program and putting in ts place a Quality Foundation Program. Hal Oivli Ed L Bush C. M Frank Jim Hollayjamai
1\\ .. Charlie I Johns Tom R. Davit MALLORY I. HORNI E. Joanoi ,
time North Florida from r"j
is the to withering
I Cecil A. Kennedy knows now prevent John Du. George Lewis II C. ... Kt nnady
educational L P 'Ptta" CbtonWayn Ed Pick
and dying because of an inadequate system. Mlxion H. O Stratton
I',, A Vote for CECIL A KENNEDY, candidate for the 25th SENATORIAL DISTRICT Odlt B C Murphy Ptarca San T..gua

is a vote for QUALITY EDUCATION. Kalth Whaalar


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IN SENATE DISTRICT 8 -
Vote for CECIL A. KENNEDY

e Vote Elect. .

SENATORIAL DISTRICT For MALLORY HORNE
25TH Experience '. i

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181.48 Choice May Not Be Changed Eddie and Gary, from Atlanta,
COUNTY NEW_THURSDAY. APRIL 14, 1966' holidays with Mrs.
I ( ) Once a choice has been submitted, it may not be spent Easter Mr. and Mrs.
I changed for the school year to which it applies, Carlan'i parents, .
GUIDELINES SET BY U.S. GOVERNMENTON whether during the choice period, after the choice Henry Smith. _
period or during that school year, except on request Mrs. Sally Thomas from Pennsylvania -
SCHOOL DESEGREGATION (1)) in cases meeting the conditions set forthin came last week Vote
181.50 below, ((2)) in case of a change of residence withhermother, Mrs.
s to a place where another school serving the lanes, who is ill at the home of
131.12 Student Assignment Practices student's grade level is closer than the school to Mrs. D. C. Spears, Mrs. lines

Title VI precludes a school system from any which he is assigned under these provisions, and I mother. !Ii :
action or inaction designed to perpetuate or promote ((3)) in case of a compelling,.hardship. A student i i Miss Elsie Hooker and her innthus
segregation or any other form of discrimination ( ) who cannot enter the school of his choice because Mrs. Harriet Hoker, of
limit desegregation maintain what is the grade he is to enter is not offered at that school Flushing, New York, spent last
or to or
,
must be promptly notified as soon as this is known week as guests of Mr. and Mrs.
essentially a dual school structure. Any educa and must be given the same opportunity to choose Harold Smith of Crawfo Smith me. I
tional opportunity offered by; a school system must I another school as is provided a prospective student ,, Miss Hooker and Mrs.at Stetson I
be available to students without regard to race, ( ) under 181.47 above.CRAMORDVILIC were former classmates '
color, or national origin. In particular, any I HIGH University.
academic tests or other procedures used in assign 1.1.
schools classrooms sec- SCHOOL NEWS > ..
grades
ing students to thevotexs
tions, courses of study or for any other purposemust : ( ) BY Wanda Metcalf Because of continued confusion among
be applied uniformly to all students without in the Second Congressional District
2
( ) Saturday morning, April ,
regard to race, color, or Cur- the Crawfordvill Band went to about how they will elect their four Senators -
riculum, credit and promotion procures must Rickards High School for the annual assigned by the latest re-apportion*
not be applied in such a way as to penalize or Band Festival. The band . .
hamper students who transfer from one school to i played at 8:30: A.M. and were ment of the State LegislatureLP."Pete"
another pursuant to a desegregation plan. dOBO.'f judged performance, intona-
tion and over-all appearance.The .
(i{181.13 Faculty and Staff ratings for the contest are GIBSON
(a) Desegregation of Staff. The racial compo-i {} Superior first;Excellent, second
sition of the professional staff of a school system, t ; Good, third; and Fair,
and of the schools in the system,must be consideredin fourth. I
Our band rated
one ,
superior
determining whether students are subjected to !
two excellents, and one good.
discrimination in educational programs. Each The Individual rating for solos -
school system is responsible for correcting the effects trios, and ensembles are as
of all past discriminatory practices in the follows
assignment of teachers and other professional staff.b Wayne Strickland, excellent
( ) New Assignments. Race, color, or national baton twirling solo; Mike {:<
origin may not be a factor in the hiring or assign- Ross, excellent on a trumpetsolo "Vtz'
ment to schools or within schools of teachers and ; David. Miller, DeVane r
Mike Ross, excellent
teachers
staff student
including
other
professional ,
( ) trio; Cindy Russ,
and staff serving two or more schools, except to Wayne Strickland, Pam Oliver, e
correct the effects of past discriminatory assign- Anne Mathis, superior on
ments.c clarinet quartet; Douglas
( ) Dlsmmals. Teachers and other profes- ( ) Gary Limbough, Mike
sional staff may not be dismissed, demoted, or and Wayne Pelt, super-
passed over for retention, promotion, or rehiring, Those on the brass quartet. will {: : *
rating superior go
on the'\ grounu o" race, color, or national origin. State Contest May 12th-
In any instance where one or more teachers or other 13th, which will be held in
professional stall'members are to be displaced as .
; a result of desegregation no staff vacancy in the The next Band Boosters Meet-
school system may be filled through recruitmentfrom will be April 26.
outside the system unless the school officials The Student Council delegates
can show that no such displaced staff member is I Thursday, April 14, for
qualified! to fill the vacancy. If as a result of desegregation I Florida, forthe Stu-
there is to be a reduction in the total Council Convention. Mr. Senator for the Sixth
the will accompany the stu
professional staff the school system, qualifi- I to the convention. They

(c) Actual Data. As soon as possible after the I leave Melbourne, Satur-I !
opening of its schools in the fall but in any case day, to. return home at 2:00 publishes the following 'sample
within 30 days thereafter,each school system must 01-1 ballot' to better acquaint the voters with I!
determine and promptly report to the Commis- the four 24 county districts. Each voter, in
sioner the actual data for the items covered in the CRJWFORDVILLE will have the to
each county, opportunity
called for under and b above.d I PERSONALS
reports (a) ( ) four
vote for candidate in each of the
Mr. and Mrs. Dick one
( ) Attendance Outside System of Residence. I Bonyataand
The reports called for under (a) and (c) above children the weekend of Tallahasseespent in Crawford-1 races listed below.

must include a statement covering ((1)) all students ville and attended services at
who reside within the boundaries of the school sys- I the Methodist Church Sunday : 5th DistrictVote

tem but attend school in another system, and ((2)) I for one
all students who reside outside but attend a school Mrs. Nell Russ, Cinger and
within the system. This statement must set forth, I Alabama Cindy, spent last relatives.weekend in J. Emory "Red" Cross .
for each group of students included in ((1)) 1 visiting i iE 1

and (2)) above, the number of students, by race, Hal Davis
color, or national origin, by grade, by school and

school system attended, and by school system ofresidence. Charley E. Johns _

OY 6th District -
(e) Consolidation or Litigation A school sys- Vote for
one
tem which is to undergo consolidation with another

system .or.any other change !in i its boundaries, or
which involved in any litigation affecting desegregation Jackson Bryan

must promptly report the relevant i
Ed L. Bush
facts and circumstances
to the Commissioner.f .
h
( ) Other Reports. The Commissioner may require -
a school system to submit other reports relat- Tom R. Davis
ing to its compliance with Title VI. i
181.19 Record TRADE NOW AND SAVE!! John Due I;

A school system must keep available for not less
L. P
'Pete' GIBSON
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than three years all records relating to personnel .
actions,transportation,including routes and schedules SPECIAL PRICES :
and student assignments and transfers including Wayne Mixon
; all choice; forms transfer sink'tiM ..:!-- I
Odis Murphy
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rd j B. C. Pearce
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1414 S. Monger Ph. 222 IBM 8th DistrictVote
F R E E
1965 Mustang $1995 for one
1 ap ad tranimlulon, I cylinder
I II radio and beater. Frank ). Alderman
TAG 1964 Ford . $129
4 door with radio heater auto- rmenu r
1964 Chevrolet $1295 tranamlatloa and sir ton.With Claude M. "Red" Franks

\IJ The Purchase Of ::a::rut tomrUo.tranewith .tlni 1963 dltloner Chevrolet.. Low mlleafe auto$1395

: / Any Used Car Over 1964 car Chevrolet I $1395 heaterdoer aedaa air conditioning.with radio, Mall E. Home

1 1a $600 From Either I of a cylinder 1 door with radio, Low DIll...
: I I Our 0 K Used Car neater air conditioning automatic tranimlatlonnd On* 1963 Corvair. $1095 i' George Lewis U
auto, OWtIeI'Convertible., speed ihlft. radio
Lots. 1962 Chevrolet. $1295 sharp : 25th DistrictVole
I 1962 Jeeps $1095
> door Impala Hardtop with radio for one
ALL PRICES CUT
husks automatic Iranminion *- Station wagon. Reconditioned
clean. throughout 4 speed tranamla
FOR THIS I SALE 1961 Oldsmobile $795 t :'ierwbeel drive radio and j John G. Barrow

N. Ad LOT ml*Ph.1in J54-M1I :ttoomateic : sm I uia: 11I:1 1960 Nomad -. $695 i ,
Elation Wagon, Chevrolet with Jim Holley .
el.l8.
1964 $1595Spydtr : ,
Mopzwith skeregbrake* radio
1959 Chevrolet. $493' Caler .
radio, h.tt- aad autumVanamla.er
and 4 speed trinimlulon.' I cylinder 4 door standard trans. James E. Joanos
Two ton finish. mlsnon. a one owner auto.
1964 VW. $1295 1961 Chevrolet BOTH LOTS OPXN TILL I:Of T M ,
$595 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE I .
Clean ono owner car, low mile 1 door t cylinder, standard shift i Cecil A. Kennedy
1964 Ford . $1495 and heaUr. One owner car. Famous OK Quality 'I

VI aid ahJft,o'ra 4 I door, arth.: stand-air 1 Year G-W Warranty 1::1:1oondltlon. Ed Peck
.... LONG TRADESi i,
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1 EASY TERMS Harry O. Stratton

BEER-A big boost to the economy!
Sam Teaque

The brewing industry each year contributes over .t

1.4 billion dollars in federal, state and local excise KEEP A MAN WITH A
taxes. Wages and salaries in the brewing industry PROVE' RECORD

account for almost 500 million dollars, and the
purchase of packaging materials from other industries ALFORD I KEEP

runs over 550 million. So next time you

enjoy fool I, refreshing brew after hard work or L. P. "Pete" G5BSON

play, remember-BEER. is good in more ways I


than one! CHEVROLET Senator for the. Sixth

'I. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
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N CEA PLANS WATER PLANT -
of $210,000 from the Farmers MINUTES OF WAKULLA COUNTY COMMISSION
EDICATION ON APRIL23 I Home Administration. The proJect ArU4, 1966 -1

I which was begun two years Steve M. Watkins
The Board of Commissioners of Wakulla County met this
I "d I ago by a group of interested County
Plans for the of. U.S. Department ot Agriculture
Willard Carter,
citizens of the date In CrawfordviUe with the following present
;
and FORRepresentativeGroup
community
Ion of the plant Washington; William T. Shad. I Vice Chairman Will
promoted in Chairman; Ralph Strickland; George Young, ;
of the Panacea dick, state director, Farmers the Panacea Chamber cooperation of Com-with iam D. Walker, John L. Davis, Commissioners Moody Pearce, 2 !

Are ystem Inc, were Home Administration and Congressman merce took a little over six Clerk; W. R. Taff, Sheriff; J. H. I Hudson, County Attorney. .. I
I turday at a joint Don Fuqua of the 9th read and l
co months to construct Minutes of the last meeting were approved. .
m he corporation of. Congressional District, accord. project was once the On the motion of Commissioner Carter and the second of Commissioner i1l.catke-Thomasville Public I,
I approved by the
a dedication corn- ing to Forest Coxen, chairman I Farmers Home Davis the following resolution I was adopted! ; I Schools i
e Panacea Chamoerce of the Chamber Dedication committee Administration. WHEREAS, there is a need for a boat ramp at the end of /Accis University of Virginia' ,
t b Completing the dedication Street on the North end of River Bend Subdivision for the use of Jic LLB '
, I ceremonies at i
the
oUi la1 ceremonies will The new system which Plant Site boating public, and
. Tlt! is sup just south of VMtrart&I1-
1 take pla i) at noon April 22 plying water to homes and busi Bridge Panacea at the WHEREAS, June 1, 1964, on the motion of Commissioner Wllliru 1 Pilot Europe
1 withiaddresses, presented by nesses throughout the Deblock- on the Ochlockonee Carter the Board agrcedto ask the Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- 3S Missions
River a "fish\ fry" will be held boat at the end of Access Street, and World War II
HowirdJJertsch, Administrator, onee River Area and Panacea mission build a public ramp I
FarmeraBome Administration was made possible by a loan at 1 p.m. sponsored by the Panacea I WHEREAS, on February 1, 1965, Commissioner Davis moved that ., Experience
Chamber. the Came and Fresh Water Fish commission put a boat ramp ut the 'I Special Agent Federal
,. end oT Access Street of the River Bend Subdivision, and ,, '", Bureau of Investigation
WHEREAS, the lack of a boat ramp at the end of Access Street i is --4yursAssociate City Judge
working a hardship on the pleasure and commercial boats using the '' T.Ilahusee-2 years
Ochlocknee River, and
WHEREAS, this boat ramp in service would greatly increase the r Activities Salvation' Army Advisory
use of the Ochlocknee River by visiting boatmen as well as local Board--10 yean
: interests, andWHEREAS President Tallahassee Bar
the Access Street is a public road of the county then Association 64.65
'I. F.1Jt the should have the of this Jc VFW Judge Advocate
.j is no reason why boating public not use
., \ ; public ramp, therefore, i Put .Mi Pd by Clmpl'l Tr* ..
i BE IT RESOLVED, by the Wakulli County Commissioners assembled -
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; this 4th day of April A.D., 1966, that resolution shall bi .
::
: ;) i. the formal request to the Came and Fresh Water Fish: Commissionfor
; ., the contraction of a boat ramp at the end of Access Street on
: : : ,' % the River Bend Subdivision to assure the Public a boat launching SPECIALS:
I $
.: : :J "MWs / 4" 1 ramp in this area. I
., Mr. Willie Nichols requested 60 feet of 18" pipe for a drive and
Mr. Young moved to table the request but same died for lack of a
second.Mr. .
Walker moved that the request of Mr. Nichols be filled! andit SPECIALS lltl. SAT., MON. AND TUES. I
was so ordered on the second of Commissioner Davis.
Motion by Mr. Young to place 30 feet of 18" pipe at the Aloih.i
Restaurant at the request of Mr. Fenton Joneswas carried on the second -
of Mr Davis.CommisslonerCalter. 1
moved the adoption of the following n.'solution -
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WHEREAS, there is need for a deeper ditch on the East sick 01 II 1. snUGAR 5 Lb
,. S. 98 drainage system starting at the 1st Street South of Puuei i
A
Courts Motel and extending South to the next County Street inter- ;
section, andWHEREAS
this blocked shallow drainage ditch causing floodingto 59
the surrounding area of W. B. Witt residence on the East side of ,
U. S. 98, andWHEREAS I
the stagnant water Jrom the overflow in theV.. I.. T. BONE STEAK lb.
Witt yard is causing mosquitoes to breed in the area, and 79c .
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'1 community of Panacea, thereforeBE Fresh Grade A FRYERS lb. 35c
IT RESOLVED, by the Wakulla County Commissioners assembled :
this 4th day of April, A. D. 1966, that this resolution shall be a -----
Need Persona! Loan ? I formal request to the State Road Department take what action i Is BONELESS BEEF ROAST, lb. 69c
I y a necessary to deepen the ditch and install what pipe is necessary to _
eliminate the problem.

2llard! Carter, Chairman _____Moody Pcarce, Clerk Cubed STEAK 89c


TAX DEADLINE-APRIL 15 MEN IN SERVICE TEA Am:IU( .\:\ .vc'KI: I i4 oz. with Glass 49c
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(AHTNC-Army) Pvt. Homer Bama MAYONNAISE, qt. 49c
The income tax deadline always has a way of creeping up Bradham, son of Mrs. Lassie M. Mrs. Irene I Harms[ of Wabasso, .__ ---- -- ---- -
Bradham, Route 1, Box 208, Florida, is spending a few days t SHOWBOAT PORK 6 BEANS 303 can 10 99c'
CrawfordviUe, Florida, was assigned with Mrs. Annie Harms and
even though are aware of it. Are "down to last
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in Cermany, March 28. SWEETHEART SOAP 4 BARS 39c
dollar"as result of unforeseen sickness accidents Bradham, a in Com- -. .
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pany B, 3d Battalion of the di- and two sons from San Francisco [ SWEET 2lbs. 25c
POTATOES :
vision's 51st Infantry near Er- California, were recent visitors ,
,
J or loss of work? If you need extra cash to pay your income
langen, entered the Army In with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
t October 1965 and received basic Brown. They were enthusedover BANANAS
tax, see us. A low.cost personal loan will let you absorb training I I at Fort Cordon, the beauty spots of flower- 2 Ibs. 25c
Ca. He was Lit: stationed at ing trees and the Sopchoppy Rivcr. -

I the cost over a period of months. Drop in and talk over your Fort The Ord 20-year-old, Calif. soldier at- l SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVE

tendedCeorge Washington High Mrs. Elizabeth Smith and her PIGOTT'S STORE
requirements with us. You'll find us helpful and understanding. School, Port St. Joe. His father I guests, Mrs. olden( and daughter .
Roy L. Simmons, lives at from Flushing, New York, :mmART
T. -% 103 Robbins Avenue, Port St. I visited Mrs. Annie Harms last
Joe. | Tuesday.

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MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Fort Jackson, S. C. (AIITNC) Mrs. Florida Roberts spent the

a'r! dl-I -- Army Pvt. Bobby J. I lender weekend Tallahassee with her PIGOTT'SCASH
a/wwr son, son of Mrs. Sarah Jessica, son, Justice and Mrs. B. K. Roberts -
I SOl'chopl'YJorlda; completed and her daughter, Mrs. AND CARRY
an intermediate speed radio Inez Yent.
operator course under the Reserve -
FORMERLY DURRANCE STORE
Enlistment: Program at
Mrs. Vassie Revell of Talla-
Fort Jackson, S. C. April 8. hassee
Easter
spent with her son
l During the ten-week course, Carl and family, also Mrs. Shop Here For
Keep the Man with Proven RecordGIBSON
a Henderson received instructionin Frank Jones, Sr., with her son
basic radio and electrical and
family. BUILDING SUPPLIES-AUTO PARTS
theory and was also taught the


H L P. "Pete"H National international Henderson Cuard will Morse unit return Code., the to 260th his and from Mr.children Chicago and Mrs.arrived where Carlton Mr.Saturday Evansis Evans -PEEDSEEDFERTILIZERSTANDARD

Engineer Battalion, Tallahassee,
at the completion of his six taking has returned a course to in welding.He Chicago. OIL PRODUCTS
month tour of active duty.
where he will finish the courseIn
The 21-year-old soldier was
six weeks.
graduated School in 1963.from Sopchoppy High URRIS PAINT SPRAY CAN 992

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frame house on school bus rte WE ARE OPEN AND READY TO SERVE YOU

Inquire at Carraway's CITCO
service station 31/2 miles northof
FOR THE Crawfordvllle, $5500.00 PHONE VA 65502FLORIDA

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WAKULLA COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Starts Today
AND THE Now Showing

COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AGENT'S OFFICE Debbie Marcello Mattrolannl
Reynolds ,
Ursula Andreas
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FOR: SATURDAY APRIL 16 SATURDAY APRIL 23 "THE SINGING NUN" "THE 10TH VICTIM" !


Sensible He-Apporlionmeni A veterinarian will Innoculate dogs against rabies 1
at a coat of $2.00 per dog for the treatoent All dots 1
and cats four (4) months of age'or older should be treated I
against rabies. "Sleeping Sickness" or "stag '
More Jobs gers" shots for horses will also be available at $8.00 PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL I
'r More Industry I per horse for tbe tines Mentioned Special arrangements ; DRIVE-IN
hare been sade to bring these services to you. OUTDOOR ON WOODVIU HWT.Iot4.iv. .
because of their importance at this tine of the year. I
Bare yourself a longer trip later. .
Improved Educational Systems I

SATURDAY APRIL 16. 1966
Fri. t. Sat 'I

More Home Rule for Counties VAKULLA . . . . . .. . ':30 A.M. Today thru Saturday"DIE
NEAR ROGER'S SERVICE STATIONST. MONSTER DIE!" I
"SEVEN WOMEN"and
MARKS. . . . . . . 9:00 A.M., "PLANET OF THE VAMPIRES""HORROR !

'r NO Sales Tax on Groceries AT THE SCHOOL. HOUSE .
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THURSDAY. APRIL 14. -

FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER For School Board Member WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS
PoliticalAnnouncements DISTRICT NO. 2
District No.5I
DISTRICT NO.3. SUKULU 1
hereby announce my candidacy
To The People of Wakulla COUNTY I
for the office of number of the

County To friends and believers In bet- Board of Public Instruction of.
I would like to offer myself ter schools Wakulla County I Wakulla County District No. 5. THINGS DONE I
I to you is a candidate for County GETS
The Politics! Announcements epegrin t> Commissioner announce my candidacy for the I han tried always to rive fair EXPERIENCE
District No.
under this heading are Third District.As .
consideration of all conditions
Paid for by the persons whose Z. a former teacher for 10
names are signed thereto. ) 1 am the ion of Mrs. A. C. If you re-elect mi to this office I
and the
McCallistet and the late A. C. years mother 4 grade- I I promise to continue to acme in II
school children I feel that I
,
can
FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER McCallister. I graduated from the best Interest of our school
help In forming policy to improve -
DISTRICT NO. 1 Crawfordville High School In our schools and system I
prepare our
My Friends and Fellow Citizens 1952. I started to work for children for a much more com- Your vote and support will be

of Wakulla County Swift Packing Company after plicated world than the one in appreciated.
graduation and have been with
May I take this opportunity to them for almost 14 years I am which you and I were brought up. S. E. Roddenberry.

form-illy announce my candidacy married to the former Waunell For the past 5 years, with the

I for re-election the Boardof Bodiford of Samson, Alabama.We help of many other parents, I I

Public Instruction, from Dis- have two children, Michelle have fought long and hard to COMMISSIONER
COUNTY
trict One. I consider It a great lower schoolboard salaries so FOR
8, and Ronnie, 6, both are 4
honor and wonderful privilegeto attending Crawfordville School, that this money could be spenton DISTRICT u7
have served you as one of betterequipment and supplies
We live on the A. C. McCallister -
candi-
your School Board Members for farm near Wakulla Springs.We for our children instead going I hereby announce my

the past three years. are members of the Craw- into schoolboard members'pock dacy for the office of County

Since the last time I was ask- fordvllle Baptist Church and ets. Commissioner, District Four ((4)).

ing you for your vote and sup- Crawfordville P.T.A. In 1961 when the schoolboard If elected, I will work for the

port, I was married December, I will run my campaign for asked our Representative to see best Interest of all the countyat
1963, to the former MargaretAnn county commissioner strictly on about raising their salaries from all times.

(Peggy) Lynn, daughter of my ability and not the faults of $100 to $200 a month for a sin Sincerely Here's stand on state's rights:
Rev. and Mrs. Marvin: Lynn of my opponent. I am a man witha gle half-day meeting, nearly Alton C. ,Oaks During SJ 13 years in Congress. Congressman D. R. (Billy) Matthews
to
Tallahassee. The Lord has thus mind of his own. I believe ONE-FOURTHthe voters of Wa I have voted consistently specl- has served for 13 years in Congress

far blessed us with a lovely dau- that I am right until proven kulla County signed a petitionto keep thone rights' to nnt the Federal and is now a member of the powerful

, ghter, Diana, who is now one wrong but when shown that I vote AGAINST raising their CRMfORDVlLLE' HIGH Government by the Constitution Committee. There is
salaries The Appropriations
old. Therefore I now have petition was Ignored resisted the
year am wrong, I am man enough to I have acUtely
even more added Incentive inmydcsireforcontinued admit it. I say this to bring out and the bill, already in its SCHOOL MENU FOR trend of the concentration of no substitute for the experience

improvement one point. If elected to this of- second reading in the Legislature Federal authority in central gained during these years of effective

I Intend to of our school this system. fice, that belongs to the people December, was ,never 1964,withdrawn.the memberswere In NEXT WEEK gobernment that tree en t':cue DI:! believe: r=: work. Experience gets things done -
run campaign of Wakulla and not Matthews In Congress!
Monuay Billy
I County given a totalof $11,843.- their problems on a local and Keep
On the accomplishments and Im-
any individual, I will serve the 43 over and above their $100 a Hamburger Steaks state
p'cvementslfeelhave been majority of the people and not month, not for any extra work Steamed Rice
made duringmy tenure in office.
any group or individual. I believe they had done but Green Beans
as a politi-
I would like to mention a
in Wakulla County and the cal gift at the expense of all the Pineapple Tidbits level.'f
few of these at this time. In the
people In it and I strongly feel schoolchildren in the county, Bread ButterMilk
of new buildings and class-
way
that they are ready for a changein including their own.
rooms, we have the new tymna-
their andI
county government, Two months after this money
slunu at Sopchoppy and Shade- ask you to give me your vote di '.ibuted Grand Tuesday
ville. was a Jury Investigation VOTE TO KEEP MATTHEWS IN CONGRESSDEMOCRATIC
We have a new Science and support that we might join revealed the run- Plot UogsSlaw
Lab and Library at Crawford- hands and work together'to make
down conditions of our schools.
ville. We have a new Admin- our county a bitter place to live After another long fight over Potato Salad PRIMARY MAY 3
istrative Office and Cafetorium
at Shadcville. and raise our families. this matter, the bill was finally Cherry Cobbler Po d pol l col odvtrtiwmtnt pa d for by the Matthew! for Cang,... Commit.
We have made repairs at the I invite all of you to either repealed In the 1965 Legislatureby Bread Butter

Buckhorn Elementary School call or come see me anytimeyou Rep. Ernest Roddenberry, Milk

with additional work contem- have a suggestion a question withdrawing a total of $500 a Wednesday
to ask. I humbly solicit members'
salaries
month from board -
plated at this time. We complete Tuna SaladDeviled
lyreworkr,; .' .'floors of the your vote and support. to be wed on the schools. Eggs

St. Marks Elementary School. Hugh McCallisterFOR I have also fought thru every Lettuce Tomatoes

We also completely refumished medium of public opinion to / ruit
Jello w
show that members of the

the dining of the room equipment and replacedsome in the DISTRICT COUNTY NO.COMMISSIONER 4 board were some absent without cause Bread Saltines- Butter- Cookies * I

and at times when their ---
kitchen of the lunchroom at St. presenceand

Marks.ion We of expect a storage to begin facility construct I wish announce to take my this candidacy opportunityto for implementing their vote board was crucial decisions.At In. Milk Thursday FOR AN EFFECTIVE VOICE IN WASHINGTON I

St. Marks very shortly. This is re -ele c tI on to the Board of one of these Important meetIngs Meat LoafSpanish
something which has been need County Commissioners, DistrictI held last July to hire a new Sauce

ed for some time. In the way 4. principal, a meeting was post- Parsley Potatoes

of educational aids, we are now have served the citizens of poned twice because 3 membercouldn't Green Peas
in the of be present. When the toElectFUQUA
process completely up Wakulla County for 11 yean. PeachesRolls
dating our school libraries. By Ihave been honored by my col- meeting was finally held, 2 Butter
the beginning of the next school legues by being elected Board members had to wa It more thanan Milk
hour before the 3rd member
term this should be completed.We Chairman for five of the eleven
currently have on order a years that I have served.I arrived so they could have a Friday{

very large quantity of equipmentfor ask the citizens of Wakulla quorum to vote. Hamburgers 1 '

classroom a Ids which will be County reflect on the progress Serving on the board Is not only Lettuce Tomatoes

distributed to all the schools as that has been made during the a matter accepting teachers bids on Potato ChipsGrapefruit THESE ARE CRITICAL TIMES, u demanding is any in
soon as received. Your County terms I have served. I have equipment or hiring Sections the history *f our nation. I em asking consideration for
school system now has a full- worked for the establishment of but a matter of understandingnew Bread Butter Ihu vital office en the basis of the record I lure made
time Guidance Counselor the the Wakulla County Development trends in education in a Milk .hi the time I have boon privilege to serve in the
mechanized automated world
first time ever. The Guidance Authority and the Wakulla and Congress.
Counselor can be of invaluable County Development and Recreation where there arc too many peo-
assistance in helping our child- Commission.I ple for simple jobs and too few SOIL CONSERVATION, I BELIEVE it to be a record of inrtithv. dedication, and nr_
for take Ideas service, with firm and steadfast belief fa
occupations that a Mr free
ren realize their educational of the
tentials.In po was one original sup- complex training, and disc FREEDOM,\ 8 FOOD enterprise SYII.", I pledge to continue In4.p.n4ont
for the restoration of the a''
porters pline.It judgment, voting my conviction/ In an honest and sin.ciro I
the way of improving our old Fort. I supported the off- Is to understand Freedom is bought and sold for effort to represent, the views/ of the people I am '
financial operations, we are adhering shore fishing reefs and the pre necessary privileged to H"" .
these changes and keep abreastof food. Aggressor nations have
to a very strict Purchase sent recreational facility at i! e rouN'
Order System to insure that we Haul-Over Rise. I have work- them to prepare children to and are using the rationing of I PLEDGE MYSELF la sorting/ you full/-time In 4IKh.... t)

receive a dollars' worth of goods edwlth the developments the overcome the problems of the food to subjugate rebellious ing the responsibilities of this office M I have In the ..
and services for every dollar of Volunteer Fire Department in world with enough training so people of occupied countries. ,alt. I humbly I elk that you carefully study my record
that the problems of the world of service, for I sincerely believe that the office for
your school money spent. the county. I have seen the results For even you and I will sell our
will not overcome them. which I am asking your support is one of the most important .
By efficient operations we have of the cooperation between liberty and more for food, when
have
been able to drastically reduce our Civil Defense Unit and other As the daughter of a teacher driven to this tragic I choice. you to consider.EXPERIENCED.

the cost of bus repairs and supply State agencies. It is my desireto and a teacher for many years There is no substitute for food.

parts. Yet at the present time continue to serve for the best myself, I feel qualified to help Food buys our division of labor fl
bus you fight the battle for a better u 1i
our fleet as a whole is in the interests allofWakulla Coun
that
deal in education for child begets our civilization.
best mechanical condition in I feel is your
ty. My experience, Food comes from the soil. Good
ren and mine.
several years. The State Audi- valuable to the progress of our
tors' Report of our financial operations County; the knowledge that I Mrs. Elizabeth F. Smith food cannot be grown on poor e DEDICATED QUALIFIEDAll
eroded and soils.
depleted We
for the Ian fiscal have gained by attending State-
Is the best ever received by year your wide meetings of County Com- must protect this soil and the the Way With Fuqua (Paid Political Advertisement)
School Board. missioners has made FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER conservation of water, plants, I
We have Im- it possible
plemented or are in the processof to consider proble ms for the bet- DISTRICT No. 4 soil and wildlife, must becomea I

implementing the State terment of the county. byworj to all of us.
A uditon'suggestions for improve will be gladto talkwith any- I wish to announce my candi-

ed financial operations. I am body who feels that I can assist dacy for the Board of County

confident that the Audit of our them with their Medicare p nb- Commissioners, District No. 4.
lems. I offer myself for this high office -
financlaloperations for the cur-
rent fiscal year will be even bet I humbly and earnestly solicit because I feel that I can
all of Wakulla
ter and honestly serve
yet. your vote support.
Countywith integrity and intel-
These are some of the many Willed Carter
changes which have been made ligence. I served on the Wakulla -

during my term of office. I feel County School Board for 8 NO.
that these changes can only serve FOR SCHOOL: BOARD MEMBER 'yea lI. I am a native of the OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT
to Improve our school system. DISTRICT NO. 1 county and have taken an active INITIALS OP

The most valuable asset we part in community and county REPUBLICAN PARTY ISSUING OFFICER
have Incur County Is our child- I hereby announce my candi- projects. I ama member of the

ren. We must constantly provide dacy for member of the School American Legion, VF.W. SIGNATURE or ELECTOR
every educational means possible Board from District No. 1. Florida Highway Patrol Auxiliary STUB NO I

for them. Our children of I would like to express my interest Wakulla County Chamberof

today are our leaders of tomor- in the schools of WakuilaCounty Commerce, Panacea Chamber .
row. and it is my desire that of Commerce, andSopchoppy ..:...- -' -
I feel that the School Board Is every child in the county be PTA. I am in business for

the most Important elective office provided with the very best of myself In the county.
to be held in our Count educational opportunities possible I promise you that If I am elected
Government. I have had two daughtersto I will always act for the
best Interest of all of the count -
graduate from
I have tried to serve you as Crawfordville .
your School Board Member with School with honors, and one in OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT
complete honesty and diligence the fifth grade, and grandchildren humbly solicit your vote and INITIALS OF

in our endeavor to provide good nearing school age. I am supp.rt. REPUBLICAN PARTY ISSUING OFFICEROFFICIAL

schools for our children. My on- proud of our Wakulla County James C. Taylor

ly desire is to work for the con Schools, but want to work toward STUB NO. 2

tinued improvement of ou many needed improvements FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
schools. If you see fit to placeme .
DISTRICT NO. ( .
earnestly solicit the vote ant in this honored position -
of all citizens who your vote and support will be -
support arc I wish to announce; that I ama -. -
appreciated and I will count it
Interested In continued improve candidate for re-election to ,
ment of our schools. a privilege to serve you. the office of County Commissioner PRIMARY

Bobby Paulk Nelton Jernigan from District No. 2, Wa- BALLOT

kulla .
County.I
FOR SCHOOL BOA RD MEMEER pledge my continued efforts REPUBLICAN PARTY

DISTRICT NO. 3 for a sound and progressive coun-
FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER ty government. ,

DISTRICT NO. 5 I wish to announce my candi- sincerely appreciate the privilege MAY 3 '1966

dacy for Ie -lie c tI on to the of having served this office -
I announce my candidacy forSchoolBaadMember Board of Public Instruction of for the past three terms and WAKULLA COUNTY
from Dis- Wakulla County. earnestly solicit your vote and
trict 5.1 with the belief that I I have and will continue to support in the coming primaries.
have the and qualifications -
background to make the people oi work for a better education for Ralph StricklandFOR PRECINT NO _. .
your children and mine.I TO VOTE .
Wakulla School for
County a good a person whose
earnestly solicit your vote name i.
Board Member. printed on the ballot t ht
and support. RIGIIT or the mark a cross (X) in the'.quare to
I am married, have two child SCHOOL BOARD' name of the person for whom desire .
ren, veteran of World War II, Bobbey Posey MEMBER, DISTRICT NO. 1 you to vote.
serving with the 101st Airborne

Division schoolteacher FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER I hereby announce my candi-
three years, member of Lions DISTRICT NO. 2 dacy for Member of the School STATE
Club and Wakulla County Board
from District No. 1.

Chamber of of Commerce Methodist, member I hereby announce my candi- I served on the. School Board (VOTE FOR (ONE) GOVERNOR

Sopchoppy dacy for County Commissionerfrom for eight years, _
Church and resident of
lifelong -
District No. 2 Wakulla feel
that
,
pry experience LTAUDE
from R.
our county. J graduated KIRK
college with a B.S. and Malter' .County. qualifies me for this office. If __
I promise if I am elected I I am elected I pledge to serve
Degree. will work to make Wakulla the people to the best of a- RICHARD B. MULDREI B
my
I will work hard for you and .
County bllity. I
and grow. humbly solicit your .
will vote
appreciate your I humbly ask for your vote and vote and support. s.I-

support.Steve Revell support. Kenneth C. Roberts .
E. L. Clover

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