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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 28, 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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VOTE ElECTION DAY MAY 3lift






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couvirSCENT'S/ -
SOPCWOPPY NEWS POSTMASTER
CORNERBYE. SOPCHOPPV

Among the out-of-town CONVENTION
peapie ATTENDS
R. Wheaton,
who attended the Homecoming .
County Agent Postmaster: Warren C. Hardenof
at the Methodist Churcl
Sopchoppy was the
With the hope of receiving ralr this past Sunday were: Mrs. over 250 Florida Postmasters among and
that our and shrubs Lula Causseaux and
crop neeo daughter, guests who attended the 30th
so badly at this time I felt that Edna, of Tallahassee; Mr. and Annual State Convention of the

an article on fertilizer would be Mrs. Herb MaiwaldofTallahassee Florida Chapter of the National
af in Mrs. Inez Yent of Talla-
help understanding how we ; Association of Postmasters, A-
Jo use fertilizer. hassee; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 16 19
pril through April at
Basically, commercial ferti- Morrison, Jr., of Tallahassee; Jacksonville, Florida.
lizers Mrs. A. D. Core of -
supply essential nutrients I Apalachicola The meeting was{presided over
needed to feed lawns, flowers, ; Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge Core by State President Essie M. Cog- P
trees and The of Wewahitchka Mr. and Mrs.
crops. followingwill ;
dill of St. Marks, Florida. This
help ay to "know yourfertilizer" Lyon Crosby of Greensboro; the workshop type meeting based on .
Rev. and Mrs.
little bettersWhen ) Roger olWoodviUe.
seminars is held annually to acquaint -
any element is in short Postmasterswith changes

supply for plant growth, It has The Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Cul- in rules and regulations and offers -
to be furnished by some type of the for Post-
lifer were hcjored guests at the opportunity
fertilization.
Methodist Church Homecomingthis / 4 i masters to discs 'tli the Atlanta -
Fertilizers differ in their composition udals
Regional prob-
Brother Cul- v
past Sunday.
depending on how
lems of individual office
an :
much of each of the differentplant ; lifer preached at the morning
of
Thus such
through exchange r
foods they contain and the services. He and his wife stay-
source of these nutrients. ed at the home of Mrs. Florida ideas and information on changes -
local]
improved service at
Roberts during the past week-
The chemical symbols of N-
1 offices is achieved.
end. Two of his sons and their 4
P-K the fertilizer
on tag telling Postmaster Harden was a mem-
what the various ,foods families attended the Homecoming -
you plant ber of the Attendance Committee. -
are in the bag you're buying can as did a brother from He was accompanied by

be confusing. Columbus, Georgia. Brother Postmaster and Mrs. J. L. May-

Forexample, a 100-pound bag Cullifer is a former pastor of ton of Carrabelle, Fla.
advertised 3-8-8 the church.
as a analysis

means there are three pounds of Miss Meta Jaens aunt of Mrs. RODDENBERRYMr.
NELSON
nitrogen, eight pounds of avail- Marie Pouley of Tallahassee, W.

able phosphoric acid and eight and formerly of Sopchoppy, died W. Nelson Roddenbeny,
pounds of water-soluble potash. Sunday evening at Bay Memorial Newly installed Crawfordville Woman's Club President, Virginia 88, died Thursday afternoon, Li.

The first figure always Indicates Hospital. Miss Jaens had Keightley, pins Past Presidents Pin on Irma Welch, outgoing Presi- April 21, at the Isle of Rest

nitrogen (N), the second been confined Simmons Con- dent, at Installation Banquet Monday night. Convalescent Home in Monti-

phosphoric acid (P) and the thirdpotash valescent Home in Monticello I ceUo after an extended illness. t .arl

(K). for the past few months. WORK TO BEGIN ON MRS. KEIGHTLEY INSTALLED He was a native of Sopchoppyand y
The chemist explain! that
0" retired farmrr. He was
these figures are percentages or Recent guests of Mrs. Annie 2 I NEW.S WE PARK AS WOMAN'S CLUB HEAD the oldest living member of the

/ units in feitiliKr terminology. Harms and family were the Rev. Tallahassee: Development Sopchoppy Methodist Ch u cc h.
A 3-8-8 fertilizer has half and Mrs. Frank Frisbie of Fair- The Crawfordville Woman's
only a new state park on the Och- He would have been 89 on April
as much nitrogen, but twice as hope, Ala. Also, Mr. and Mrs. lockonee River In the St. Marks ', Club held the Installation of officers 24th.

much potash, for example, as a George Kindvater of Roselle, Wildlife Refuge has been pushed for the coming yearMon- Funeral services were held at

fertilizer listed 684. N. J.Mr.. forward by a $35,000 allot- day night at the St. Marks candlelight Cafe. the Sopchoppy Methodist Church MISS MOORE TO WED MR. HENDERSON ,SON

Some fertilizers are very similar and Mrs. Henry Crum ment from the State Cabinet. The impressive done ; Saturday, April 23, 230PM. ,

in analysis. The same a- have purchased and moved into State Parks Director Bill Mil ceremonywas by past president who I the Rev. Jesse L. Baker officiat- Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Moore of Crawfordville announce the engage-

mount of N-P-K may be applied the home of J. E. Stansbeny, ler, said the allotment from Helen officers Harvey with, their ing. His nephews served as ment of their daughter, Ann to Bobby Jack Henderson, son of Mrs.

simply changing the a- who is living with his daughterin State Outdoor Recreation funds charged the pallbearers. Burial was in West H.J. Jenks of Sopchoppy and the late Mr. Allen Willis Henderson.

mount you use. Tallahassee set the wheels Into motion for responsibilities. editor of Sopchoppy Cemetery. Arrange The wedding; will take place July 9th at 7:30 in the evening in
When comparing fertilizer the Florida Board of Parks to begin Virginia Kelghtley, ments were under the directionof the First Baptist Church of Crawfordville.

analysis with another it's usually Mr. and Mrs. Byrum have work on the property withina the Wakulla County News along, was J. A. Culley Funeral Home. The bride-elect is a graduate of Crawfordville High School and
best to keep the nitrogen con- the small purchased short time. Installed as president, Survivors Include his widow, is employed by the State Treasurer's Office.
building on U. Nadene Po-
stant, because plants are sensi- S. 319 south of the Gulf station Miller said the funds will be with the following President Sara Mrs. Elsie Roddenberry, Sop- Her fiance is a graduate of Sopchoppy High School, is a memberof

tive to deficiencies or excessesof and have stocked it with foodstuffs added to a previous Legislative sey, 1st Vice President; choppy; one son, William Rod- the Florida National Guard and is employed by the Florida Boardof

this plant food. and other vacation appropriation of$25,000 to give Smith, 2nd Vice Alene; denberry, Enterprise;two daughters Parks, and Historical Monuments.
merchandise -
The amount of various fertilizer the Board of Parks Bruce Alford, Treasurer; Townsen of
for sale. They will a working Secretary Mrs. Mrytice reception following ceremony will be held at the Crawford-
materials needed to supply also sell budget of $60,000 for the site. Posey, Corresponding Jacksonville and Mrs. Lejune ville Woman's Club.

he plant foods in a 100-pound Spur gasoline products.Mrs. The 369 acre property is val- Helen Turner, Secretary. Silas of Tallahassee; four step- No Invitations are being sent but all friends and relatives are invited -

oag usually do not add up to 100 : Irene Harms was callec uable for boating and fishing Mrs. Kelghtley in her the accept- sons, Rev. Bennett Creen of to attend the wedding and reception.
stressed
pounds when mixed together.The attractions, as well as interest- ance remarks pr0gram Lakeland Emmett Green of
I Atlanta Ga. due to thi and -
remaining portion is made death of her brother Herbert ing plants and wildlife, Miller of membership cooperation Pensacola, Emory Green of Tallahassee -
up of a conditioner or filler, or Pullen. said. He added, "It will help of the whole club foi and the Rev. Frank PANACEA FIRE UNIT PANACEA WATER WORKS

both. A conditioner helps prevent I fill the pressing need for addi- the coming year. Metcalf, U. S, Air Force,
a fertilizer from becomingtoo tional outdoor recreational fac- She pledged to do her best to Michigan; three step-daughters, ANSWERS FIRE CALL OFFICIALLY DEDICATEDLast

moist or too hard on stand The Pre-Med students of Sop- ilities in Florida. make this another banner year Mrs. Pearl Payne of Groveland, ON MONDAYThe the
Panacea Area
also provide I choppy High School had charge The Park Directors said for the Crawfordville Woman's Friday
ing. They may Inltla: Mrs. Mattie Metcalf of Tallahassee Panacea Volunteer Hire, Water System was dedicated at
of the foods In the of a Cancer Roadblock last Sat Club.
some plant construction will Include
I campIng and Mrs. Cora Lee Meadows the Ochlocknee
invocation.Inez Departmentwas called out Mon- River Bridge
the
formula. I urday. Cancer Society chairman and Nell Russ gave
Mrs. Brown picnic areas, a boat Walker was in charge ol of Sopchoppy; three brothers day night to fight a blaze at the by Howard Bertsch, Administrator -
Fillers added fill out the Ralph and hei
to and dock
are ramp a shop and equipment Bert and of
Simmons home FHA In
decorations. Roddenberry Jack onAlligatorPoint. Washington; Wil-
and
100 pounds weight. They often i assistants: Mrs. Vause arrangements
May shelter and
a ranger'sresidence. Shelt Roddenbeny, both of Sop- liam T. Shaddick, State Director
consist of dolomite, raw i Mrs. Alcona Berry Mrs. Helex .
,
choppy Hall of of
Roddenberry W. S. Schley, Civil Defense FHA.
phosphate: or sand, and usually I Beasleyhave finished the The Wakulla County Board of TO BE HELD
CLASSES Norfolk, Va.I two sisters, Mrs. Director said both Panacea eng- Congressman Don Fuqua, who
lave a certain amount of conditioning ,I house-to-house canvass ol Commissioners has a greed to COURTHOUSEThere Sallie Holly of Plant City, and ines answered the call and saved played a big part in the procuring
value but have AT
no great homes in the Sopchoppy area. prepare park roads. The Wakulla Mrs. Lulu Coleman of Panacea. the building. of the Water System, was

amount of available primary i County Development and will be a series of Schley said the call came on hand and expressed his delight
plant food. The Lions Club Country Music Parks Commission Indicatedthat classes conducted on landscaping -
:hrough from Tarpon Marine via In being able to take part
Show and Pancake Supper Thursday it will contribute funds toward and ornamentals, May 5, radio. in the dedication this
system.
MRS. RUTH HOWLETT evening, April 21, was a further development costs. 10, 12 and 17, at 7:30 P.M. at He said that the new engine was The Board of Directors of the

I wonderful success. The fool The new park located the the Courthouse in Crawfordville. FINAL POLITICAL RALLYThe in the paint shop when the call system Include Harry Smith,
was delicious, especially northern banks of the Ochlockonee to be presented area and into service
prepared Topics came was
Mrs. Ruth Coleman Howlett I last scheduled political put president;John Price, Joe Smith,
42 sister of Mrs. Isabel by expert chefs The River, covering a fie a vity- May 5, Basic Principles oi rally before the primaries May wet paint and all. Alton Oaks, Fenton Jones, Henry
Forbesof
,Crawfordville died !i Jimmy Strickland band perform- wooded land area studded with Landscaping; May 10, Orna- 3 will be held Saturday night at Sam LoWe of the Florida Forest Crum, and D. E. Vause.
Saturday in a marvelous way and was small ponds. mental Plants Names and Use; Service also answered the With the
the Crawfordville School Ath- opening of the Water
in Lakeland from the results of II'd big hit with people of all The eastern boundary of the May 12, Fertilization and Main- letic Field. call. System and the organization ofa
automobile
an S. 92 Lakeland.accident on U. *. The High School auditor property abroad creek, which tenance of Ornamentals; May The Senior Class of Crawford- Volunteer Fire Department in

Graveside near services ium was filled and the show was connects the Sopchoppy Creek 17, Insects and DiseasesCon- vile School Is sponsoring this the Panacea area, the threat of

ducted at 10-00 A.M.were Wednesday Con- thoroughly enjoyed by all. Part with the Ochlockonee River. trol Measures. rally and fish fry to raise money LAKE ELLEN HOMECOMINGSET fire to bothresidentialand commercial -
of the proceeds will go toward East of the creek a vast marsh There will be available handouts ii
for their Senior Class trip. Serving buildings lessened
at the Zion Hill
Cemetery the purchase of a hearing aid area. such bulletins and mim- FOR SUNDAYThe
greatly.
will start at 5i30 followed -
in Tallahassee Wakulla and County Crawfordville., between for one of the pupils In the elementary The area was brought to the eographed materials which you by reports from the, candidates Annual Homecoming of This addition tothe community -

The Rev. Emmett Whaley and school. attention of the Board of Parks will be able to take home will: the Lake Ellen Baptist Church, will do much to attract additional -

the Rev. S. A. Coxwell offi- by Wakulla County Representative you for future reference. Plates will be $1.00for adults Medart, Florida, will be held building along the Och-
ciated. The newly elected officers of Ernest Roddenberry and Wa- There are many new homes and 504 for children under 12 Sunday, May 1st. The Rev. 1ocJ
.,the Lions Club are President, kulla County officials. in Wakulla County, and these of Homemade Dave Alderman will be the
Mrs. Howlett is survived pies
age.
by United State Congressman, classes will be helpful In mak- years
Robert Roddenberry; 1st Vice guest speaker. There will be
two sons, Dwight Coleman and cakes will be sold separately. -
President DonFuqua (D-Fla.)worked with ing home more attractiveand dinner the BIRTHDAY
PANACEA'David
Jacksonville, and Edwin Cole- Doug Strickland; 2nd your on ground followingthe IN
Vice the Board of Parks to obtainjurisdiction valuable.For services and
President, Frank Lawhon morning asing
man, Lakeland; her father, W. Secretary, W. A. Strickland;; i of the property those of you with older in the afternoon beginning Vaughn son of Mr. and
R. Porter bro-
Fort
Myers; one through an Interim use permit homes there is always the urge 3 Mrs. Burla
00.
ther, L. W. Porter Palatka Treasurer, L. L. Roberts; Lion SHORT VOTING MACHINEIN at : Vaughn, celebrated
; Tamer, Jimmy Burge Tall from the National Bureau of to move or rearrange the land- Everyone is Invited. his first birthday with a party at
two sisters, Mrs. Isabel Forbes : ; CRAHfFOROWLE
and there will
his
and Wildlife Home
Twister Claxton Sport Fisheries scape ln Panacea, Saturday
Crawfordville and Mrs. Alice Vause Jr.; plantingt ,
Board of Directors Robert Service. be a of informationon It seems that voting machinesare April 23.
Evans of Naples.PANTHERS Miller said, "Recent survey handle these The
problems. Crawfordville
for
Greener M. how to scarce pre- guests Included Mr. and
B. Hodge, Buster BITTEN
Mathls, Clinton Pigott. show an Immediate need for additional dint #2. With 543 voters, giving DON CURRIE Mrs. Jackson Crum Sr. his Great

outdoor recreational There will be no charge for 5 minutes to each voter, which BY MOCCASIN Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Na-

facilities In our State. While the school, and no tests will le means 12 people voting each Don Currie, Crawfordville High Aan Thompson Sr. and Mrs. Earl

COP the demand Is rapidly increasing given. hour, is 144 people in 12 hours. School student was bitten by a Cummins, grandparents, Mr. and
; the availability of suitable What will the other 399 registered Mrs. Native
moccasin Thompson and da
CARD OF THANKS cotton-mouth water lighter -
SUBGROUP .
steadily decreasing.
lands Is voters do7I.lnterested Tallahassee Barbie. Mrs. Genie Thompson

Currie was rushed to
Dusty Cook led Crawfordville We wish to thank our many He concluded that the,need"We has are been for- Voter Memorial Hospital for treat- Hope Middleton, Judy

to a 15-6 triumph over Cam- friends for their kindness toward tunate and development of ment. He was released] Monday Sanders, Debbie Sanders, Becky
belle Friday afternoon *s the recognized NOTICE and Kay Selden and Tina
Woods.
us In our recent bereave will soon be underway afternoon. ,
Panthers captured the Croup 2-B, o ment. Your prayers of comfort this'property j jIly L Caution Is urged to all who He received many lovely gifts,

sub-group 3 title. and lifts of love have been go into the woods or around water and refreshments of ice cream, -
____
Cook won his third game of snakes decorated cake and
greatly appreciated. as the poisonous are punch wen
the week and rapped a two-nm out of hibernation. served, in colon of pink and
homer for the Panthers, now 10- Mrs. Elsie Roddenberry Scott Ktl I" candidate for Goutnifordvlllt nor r toll I This Is the first reported snakebite blue. Other great grandparents

4. Dave Harvey a bo hit a homer and family land In Crau by htllcopttri Friday! of the season In the county. 'unable to attend, Included Mr.

for the victors. ". A. and Mr. and MB.
Wynn
and speak \ :i front of the courthotiit i at 121: C." C. Thomron.

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W AK II 1.1.A COUNTY NEW?9 NOTICE OF UNPAID DELINQUENT 1
THURSDAY APRIL 1066 TANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES SOIL' CONSERVATIONAND I II
OF HUGH MCCALLISTER
.I.:. I \ WATER WE THE FRIENDS SINCERELY

Ai provided by Chapter 20723 Act of 1941, notice it hereby given
WAKULLA"COUNTY that tangible personal popertY.assessed for 1965 are now delinquent According to Wakulla Soil and
I
and beginning with April 1 such taxci are drawing interest Water Conservation District REQUEST THAT YOU VOTERS OF WAKULLA COUNTY GO TO
NEWS" of 1% per month plus the proportionate cost of publishing this not Chairman, J. B. Miller, the national -
\ I tlcc. Unless the amounts set opposite each name below are paid capacity to grow, or even,
Ttlrphonr WAlniil '.130lVirilnia t I before the first of May warrants will be issued thereon directing survive, is inescapably based In THE POLLS ON MAY THIRD AND VOTE.
levy upon and seizure of the tangible personal property of the taxpayers every way upon the conservationand
for unpaid taxes, penalty, and the additional costs. The renewal of natural resources. l
name of delinquent personal property tax payers, and the amount The key resource is water. Every VOTE FOR A MAN TO

KflgMUr" Edit., of taxes, including the cost of advertising and the first month's possible avenue must that be pat nature -
I penalty, are as follows sued to save the water
has provided and to increaseits
PERSONAL PROPERTY quantity and safeguard its REPRESENT YOU THE

Allen, Bette S. Tallahassee, Fla. S 10.40Big quality. The penalty for not doIng -
Entered (t Crawfordville. FlorldiKI Bend Music Company Tallahassee Fla. 24.64 so is that America must
second dais matter. SuWrlji Burge, James H. Sopchoppy Fla. 36.76 cease to grow. The reward for PEOPLE. ONE WHO IS -
Caraway Royal Rt. 1, Crawfordvillc, Fla. 3.73 doing so will be national rich-
lion .Lf.i. ,$3,90( .per ,'ar. Cone, E. R. 10.40 ness of life and opportunity for
.
Cooper, V. L. Crawfordvillc, Fla. 197.35 our grandchildren that we now VITALLY INTERESTED
+ Cooper, Robert F. Panacea Fla. 3.73 can scarcely imagine.Mr. |
ii- Cnun, Robert W. Panacea Fla. 30.70 Miller further said that the
Curies, Wilburn Panacea, Fla. 3.73 I number of farms in operation IN GOOD COUNTY GOVit *
HENRY Denning, David C Jane 3.73 during; 1965 declined from a
WILLIAMS C Mrs. W. R. Rt. 2 Crawfordville Fla. 6.46
Dykes Mr. year earlier in 47 states and remained -
REALTY I-Ioard. John Sopchoppy Fla. 15.55 7.07 I i, unchanged in 3 states, ERNMENT. ONE WHO WILL SHOW NO FAVORTISM AND
White, R. T. bringing the national total to
Langston, Jack Star Rte., Tallahassee Fla. 41.00 i i 3,380,000 ... 3 percent undcl

Reg. Real' Estate Pearce, Jack Crawfordvl1le, Fla. 6.46 I' 1964, according to estimates of WILL ALWAYS BE FOUND WORKIING FOR THE INTERESTOF
Broke Pope, J. 0.. Sr. St. Marks, Fla. 7.97 the Crop Reporting Board. Total -
St. Marks Fla.' Porter William R. Rt. 2, Crawfordvillc Fla. 2.62 land! in farms, at about 1-,
Revell Carl L. Sopchoppy, Fla. 7.37 I 155 million of urban and suburb -
Phone 741 Schalpp, Fred Rt. 5, Tallahassee Fla. 30.70 ,n extensions, widening high- ALL WAKULLA COUNTY.

Simmons, Jack Tallahassee, Fla. \\"iy% and other non-firm uses.
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES Tarpon Marina Tallahassee, Fla. 17.06// The total 286,000 firms in
I Taylor, James G. Panacea, Fla. prospect for 1966 operation con-
f Associate: Thomas, Luke M. Rt. 5, Tallahassee, Fla. 5.40 tinues the downward trend from THANK YOU,
I Walthall R. Sopchoppy Fla. 15.55 earlier with little change
*. N. Hatcher, Sr. years
Wooten, Kent 8.73 I in the rate of reduction. "This
Phone M 6-3201 t Cray Denzil Crawfordville Fla. 30.70 means that we must continue to THE FRIENDS OF HUGH MCCALLISTER
King Harvey Panacea Fla. 24.64 do a better job of conserving and
Strickland, Doug St. Marks. Fla. 9.49 improving the productivity of
i Curles, Wilburn Panacea, Fla. 15.55 our farms to keep pace with demands -
If You Need. Langston, Ted Star Rtc.. Tallahassee, Fla. 12.52 of an increasing population -
Stevens, Leonard Rt.. Crawfordvl11e, Fla. 30.70 Mr. Miller said.My NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOU? <
> 'TALLAHASSEE
THEATRES
LAW
Office Supplies 1t-4/26..! ___ NAME

Office Furniture Notice hereby given that the FLORIDA STATE
.
Business Machines
undersigned, desiring to engagein
St or Call Business under the fictitious
i I name of Mt. Olive Farmers As
RANEY WHALEY
sociation in the County of Wa-
ItCAPITAL C kulla, intends to register said Starts Wednesday Starts
OFFICE name with the Circuit Court of Thursday

I EQUIPMENT CO. bank Wakulla County, Florida. tosalind Russell James Garner
David Green
I ,
Hayley Mills .
I 319 South Adams St. I t Flavors Green Melina Mercouri

Corner E. PensseolaTALLAHASSEE knows all r Route 1, Box Amos 240 Green "THE TROUBLE "A MAN COULD

; FLORIDA : Crawfordvillc, Florida4t331,47,414,421.. WITH ANGELS" CET KILLED"



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VERY PROfiTABLE!II! I

AUTOMOBILE Earn up to $10.00 per hour in
BONDS your spare time Service and Thursday Friday C Saturday
collect from your own route of Wednesday thru Saturday
'CASUALTY coin operated units. No selling "COUNTRY MUSIC
; we establish all routes; "THE HILL"
i 'MARINE car C ref. desirable Investment CARAVAN""MOUSE

\ FIRE There might be a few things we don't know, but we of $985.00 to 1785.00 ON THE MOON"
req. For person 1 interview "THUNDER MOUNTAIN""VILLAGE
PHONE 877-3108 know everything about banking! That's why you're so confident In your area 39th write King Dist. OF THE GIANTS"
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FOR SA LEI edroom modern ,
frame house on school bus rte. I
Inquire Camw:.y's CM COtervice In the Circuit Court of the Second SPECIAL PRICESFREE
station 3-1/2 miles north
and
Judicial Circuit, In
of Crawfordville, $5500.00 ,
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Florida.In
: For Wakulla County,
I Chancery.

I Terry Norris Davis,
I Plaintiff.vs. .

I 1963
Corvair.$1095
I TallahaMct Hu Firm Major J L. Langston, MargaretE. 1964 Convertible. 4 raced shift radio
Chevrolet.
Langston, Lonnie Dispenncttc $1395 and heater. ru.aharpu .
I and Margaret Ann Dispanncttc, TAG /..8rai4ff.a ,,J.a 1962 Jeep. $1095)
Dependents. and O.alr condltlonlnf. One owner Station wagon. Reconditioned
throughout, 4 speed tranjnualo -
DIRECTORYPatomiM | NOTICE'OF. SUIT With The Purchase Of 1962 Chevrolet$1295 better.t wheel drive, radio and

TOi Lonnie Dispenncttc Any Used Car Over I:door M I ter ulomauc 1960 Pontiac . $695''
!
trans
.. Then Advertincra. and $600 From "l : Ventura I door Hardtop with
Margaret Ann Dispenncttc Either of 1961 Oldsmobile power alteringbr kf. auto
I I 2713 Chevy Chase Drive Our 0 K Used Car ru 4 door with redia heater$795 matlo heater.trirumliilon, radio and
Montgomery, Alabama Lots. automatic trlJl.mtlllO aat
I el..n. 1961 Chevrolet. $795
M i You arc hereby ordered and required 1959 Belalr 4 '
F R Chevrolet.
Little Folks Store, to serve a copy of your ALL PRICES CUT 4 clfndr 4 door $493 automaUe hinttmli tlloud t Coo
rM. Inc. O. I. GRAMLING answer or other pleadings to the FOR THIS SALE mans, ". owner Itand.reI aulo tr,++s. la9n6dOheC.t'hr.I
FEEDSFlint -Tha Capital' I complaint filed against you In I e t $595
Majors for Minors" ,& CO. the above court on plaintiff's LOT 1 J41. 8.1doo101ro, Ph,1215611 aaccantmni door t cylinder with
Ckitdrtn'i Fumtwrt, Toy, tomeys, Clyde W. Atkinson, 127 N. Adams Ph. H43JH .llaDdarcl Uanamlulon
Oanui Hobbies OM-Stop Scrrlc for 515 East Tennessee Street Tal- 1964 Ch II 1964 Pickup $1295
; Aeee..ori 1965 eve e. $1695
, River Mills Baby Feed Seed Fertilizer lahassee and HaywardV. Ford $199* I door ORD, cylinder low nuleaf*.
133 N. Monroe) St Ph. 222-1148 Florida Hardtop bue. radio and b .t I MIS S. Monroe J>h. 223-0274Ligkt -- ---.- .. ." Poultry Atkinson, of Atkinson C Atkinson QfiSSJS tra"ami..lon t door Hardlop, era aulomaUo &i'ltt> and
Supplies one BOTH l/om OPEN Tttl. t-M P 1C
400 North Adams Street, low mllta.e ear 1'ge'614IbaFrp. '
.. w ,Garden ToolsSo. 1 I Tallahassee, Florida, and to 1965 Ford $139* 4 door with .1I.i.; $1 295 '0& YOUR CONVXNIZNCX:

Adans tt *JV..LR.R.CrOMl. 1 file the original the office of dio/* and Ton hater Pick up. vi Mfiiit! r..% dlaon.r natl. transmlalon, radio and air,. auto eta Famous OK Quality I Ian
----po---- Baker-Alford .( the Clerk of the Circuit Court, taw mu.a? auto, 1-Year
1964
Co. I Monza GAV Warranty
Phone 222-4S12 i Crawfordvillc, Florida, on or $1595
I "1M Parts H tlu" i I before the 28th day of May, A. Stprd.r.r and Coup.4 .peed with tsn.rn radio: .beat.: LONG TRADES-
rthinf for your auto, truck D. 1966, otherwise the allegations Two Iona nna b. on EASY TERMS
Wttgkt .*d Regular 1 1Corers. \ *. tractor. Also tot your power of said complaint will betaken 1 1964VW$1295
fl(< as confessed by you. ", car, low mu.-
.. Ford
Dated at Crawfordville, Wa- 1964 $1495
Hanson, Wood and 208 N. Adam St PV 222-8380
kulla County Florida, this 21st mL tiS?., 4 door WIth 'Iand-
Hoel IndV Inc. I day of April) A.D. 1966. aeaMd.'u neradio. 1I..ter and air
S.Adams St at 4PointfT Moody Pearce
.l. 222-5840 P. O. Box sat Clerk of the Circuit Court
Wakulla County, Florida

... By Ill Beatrice Dugger
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I II Clyde W. Atkinson .ALFORD
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Yeattr. 515! East Tennessee Street
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Inc 1 1 1r I Hayward V.and Atkinson, of .

.1..N1IfH and Beady 4Y I Atkinson C Atkinson '
400 North Adams Street
214 8. A 1 Tallahassee, Florida
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:RECTORY FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. LAKE ELLEN OTTER CREEK RIVER SINK SOPCHOPPY THPMDAT, .grc I '" Itll ": ;

S. A. Coxwell, Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH HOLINESS CHURCH :
;d Sunday School 10-OOAM Sunday School 10:00 AM (Inactive) NEW LIGHT ASSEMBLYOF CONGREGATIONAL ..

Baker Morning Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM COD CHURCHRev. HOLINESS CHURCHRev. .. 'f
Training Union 7:00 PM Training Union 6.30 PM Cary Cotney, Pastor Roy Rochester, Pastor it I
ithodist Church Evening Worship giro PM Evening Worship 7:30 PM PANACEA Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM WAKULLA ; I Ii I

Roman's Missionary Midweek Prayer Morning Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM WAKULLA METHODIST ",' .' "
Service 7:30 PM PRIMITIVE
Union 1st Wed. BETHEL Christ's Ambassadors "
MondayVoman'i
N Missionary Men's Brotherhood BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sunday 6:30 PM Young People'sService 6:00 PM CHURCH i

Society 3rd Friday 1st Thursday 7:30 PM Cortez White Pastoriunday Evening Worship 7:30 PM Evening Worship 7:45 PM Rev. Roger Stimson Pastor --I
Men'i Dorcas Circle Midweek Crosby, Church and
STECOSTALCHURCH Brotherhood : School Prayer Midweek Prayer Mrs. Lyon
3rd Tuesday 7l30: pM 2nd Thursday 7:30 PM Every Sunday 10:00 AMind Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Service (Tues.) 7:45 PM Community Worker for Wakulla

well, Pastor The following held at 3:15 PM !! Weekend: Woman's Auxiliary Wed. County. a
. Royal Ambassadors >at. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM West Florida CongregationalHoliness Sunday School 9:30 AM
UEDARJ
10:00 AM 11:00 AM SPRING CREEK
; Morn. Worship Worship 10:00AM
11:00 AM Every Monday C Tuesday >un PM Campground Morning
7:30
Cirls 5un. Eve. Worship 8 22 1966
Auxiliary FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE June ,
rvicc 6:00 PM
Ith Weekend:. SHADY SEA BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
7:00 PM Every Tuesday C Wednesday BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
PMSun.
Sunbeams Sat.; Eve. Worship 7:30 Earl Pearce, Pastor 2
7:30 PM Emmett Whaley, Pastor ; Morn Worship 11OOAM ZION HILL
Every Monday C Tuesday Sunday School 10:00 AM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
Sun.; Eve. Worship 7i30 PM METHODIST CHURCH
2nd Sunday: 11:00 AM
Fri. 7:30: PM Morning Worship 0. C. Hall, Pastor
Service )
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Prayer ( Evening Worship 7s30 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM Rev. W. L. Prater, Pastor

VILLE CURTIS MILLS 4th Weekend: Midweek Prayer 11:00 AM 4th
Morning Worship 2nd & Sundays:
11:00 AM CONGREGATIONAL Service Wed. 7:30 PM
Sat. Morn. Worship ( )
Training Union 7:00 PM Morning Worship 9:30 AMa
IMITIVE CURTIS MILLS COMMUNITY Sat. Evening Worship 7:30 PM HOLINESS CHURCHRev. Evening Worship 8:00 PM
10:00 AM
School
CHURCH CHURCH (Holiness) Morning Sunday Worship 11:00 AM Steve Harrell, Pastor SPRING CREEK PRIMITIVE Midweek Prayer

rYhalcy, Pastor Herbert Thompson, Teacher Evening Worship 7:30 PM Sunday; School 19OOA.M BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Woman's Service (Missionary Wed.) Society 8:00 PM

Sunday School 10:00 A!* Midweek Prayer Morning Worship 11:00AM W. W. McAllister, Pastor (Every Other Wed.) 3:00 PM a '
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10:00 AM Evening Worship 7:00: Pl Service Tuesday 7:30 PM Young People's Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunbeams
Pc 11:00 AM Prayer Service Ladies Prayer Service Sunday 6:15 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM 2nd C 4th Tuesday 3:15 PM
7:30 PM Wednesday C Friday 7(30( PN ServiceWednesday 10:00 AM Evangelistic Service Evening Worship 7:30 PM I I Ih
Sunday 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer 1

'Ip 11:00 AM MEDART ASSEMBLYOF Midweek Prayer Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM MT. BEASON PRIMITIVE
7:30 PM
Service (Wed.)
IOOOAM IVAN COD CHURCHRev. BAPTIST CHURCH
11:00 AM Rev. Cortez White, Pastor
7:30 PM E. M. Carter, Pastor ST. MARKS
IVAN ASSEMBLY OF School 10:00 AM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. 1st Weekend:
COD CHURCH Sunday 11:00 AM Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Sat. Morn. Wor. 11:00 AM
Morning Worship A. V. Pickern, School 10:00 AM
E METHODIST Rev. Henry Cooksey, Pastor Evening Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM Fred Harrison, Pastor Morning Sunday Worship 11:00 AM

cn Sunday School 10OOAM Midweek Prayer Morning Worship 11:00AM Sunday School 10:00 AM 3rd Sunday!
PMChrist's
Baker, Pastor Morning Worship 11:00 AM Service Wed. 7:30 Training Union 6:00 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Sunday School 10:00( AM
Evening Worship Ambassadors 7:30 PM Evening Worship 7:00 PM Training Union 6:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Winter 7:00 PM Saturday Midweek Prayer Evening Worship 7:30 PM
10:00 AM Summer 7:30 PM Service (Wed.) 7.30 PM Midweek Prayer

11:00 AM Midweek Prayer Woman's Missionary Union Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM SOPCHOPPY CHURCHOF
7:30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM OTTER CREEK Thurs. after 1st Sun. 10:00 AM CHRIST

Boy Scouts (Fri.) 6:00 PM
f .1:30AM NEW HOME PRIMITIVE ST. MARKS METHODIST Floyd McCullough, Minister
10:30 AM WHIDDON LAKE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH lURCH!' Bible Study 10:00AM
MPTIST CHURCH Rev. W. W. McAllister, Pastor RIVERSIDE BAPTIST MISSIONRev. Morning Worship 11:00 AM
(Inactive) 7:30 PM
30 PM: School Dickey, Pastor Evening Worship "Sound flacal pollcla have been
) 7 Rev. Emmett Whalev: P->tor Sunday George Wed. 7:30 PM
Bible Study ( ) etientlal I to keep Florida growing
i McnvJupmini 2nd Wl',end: Every Sunday 9:45 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM and our State economy healthy.Continuing .
1st Siuuljy: 11:00 AM SMITH CREEK: my work a* Comptroller
; 6..0 PM! Sale I vcnmi!? Worship 7:30 PM: Morning Worship 1 maintain
Florida. to
ot pledge
11:00
\ of Chrf.ll.in\ Siin.v' Worship 11:00t: Morning Worship AM Training Union 7:00 PM SOPCHOPPY METHODIST th.. sound and coniarvatlva
3rd Smuliy: Evening Worship 8:00 PM MT. ELON BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCHRev. policies"
It" 3:30 PM: _
7:30 PMt
I ur<. 7:30: PM: tvcning Worship Midweek Prayer Rev. William Flioy, Pirtor Jesse L. Baker, Pastor
7:30 PM J
0 lti"-" Service 9:50 AMMorning 1st 3rd
:r Siuidiy School : C Sandayi:
&:00 PM: Worship 11-00: AM Morning Worship 9:30 AM
Training Union 6:00: PM Sunday School 10:30 AM Comptroller of Florida

Evening Worship 7:00 PM 2nd & 4th Sunday THE RIGHT MAN
Woman's Missionary Union Sunday School 10:00: AM
IN THE RIGHT JOB
....., 1st Monday after Morning Worship 11:00 AM
9:00 AM Evening Worship 7:30 PM
1st
Sunday : Paid' for by rlw Dtcklnim for(_p..llar
Midweek Prayer ol Florida Campaign Fund.
Service (Tues.) 7:30 PM .
Methodist Youth Fellowship
Every Sun. Evening 6:30: PM NOPAINT'BOATThe
Woman'i Society of grayish surface you
Christian Service may see on your aluminum
1 R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME 2nd Tuesday 3:15 PM boat this sprint Is normal

& Funeral Director Men's Brotherhood after Its winter hiatus It's
J I Licensed Embalmer 4th Thursday 7:30: PM merely surface oxidation that

Phone 6973366CAItRAHELLE Children's Hour l will vanish under a good
i I 1st & 3rd Tuesday 3:15 PM healthy scrub and polish.

FLA. Your aluminum boat doesn't
need a coat of paint to pro-,
"21 HOUR AMIJULANCE SERVICE"SERVING test It from the elements.
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I WAKULLA COUNTY

I AUTO PACTS F///n/vc/ METAL

I .- Automobiles produced in Some 300,000 tons of aluminum -
1 fe l 1M6 contain an average of Is expected to be used
A flotilla of than 70 pounds of
May< 31,1907 mote for defense needs In 1968. The
May 2.1.178.: :. liifotal rytKUiisex -
"ta meter cabs importedfrom aluminum each. Use of the
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metal will be used for
l invented l lIy BenjaminFranklin Paris, arrive in New light \:cable metal for transmlfcsuA light
to si\e him from the housings, carburetor everything from strong land
half- the first "taxis" to be
l past thorp of currying around 'two York in American city. pa..ts, ou pump bodies, wheels, Ing mats for Jet aircraft to
$ Iitrotepaireof ><1'1'I'tad.'- seen an gel tea and trim Items has the 15-ton LARC-XV amphi

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i check your air conditioning.. Represent All 24 CountiesJACKSON

i Now you'll get prompt service on whatever needs to be
done and on improvements you decide to make

You'll avoid the rush it you turn on your air conditioningnow .
and check Is every room as cool as you like if7( O
Need new filters' Repairs' Maybe its time lor a new unit

Or a whole new system -L,

Have you asked about heat pumps lor automaticyear I NASSAU
round comfort' I rGADSDEN7"T" ----

And if you do not yet enjoy the blessings of ,' / 'k f ., o.HAMILTON? \ BAKER
air conditioning, now is the time to install JLEON '
CALHOUNLT
Because dealers and contractors offer off season MADISOJ )
many : ( j
inducements Many offer attractive easy terms I / f. f'f'S\ ,
Before you know it. summer weather will arrive For the S&'WANNlt& .
/ \WAKULLA 1
sake ol your own cool comfort lor the sake of economy u \ g
do something about your air conditioning now I (LIBERTY '. = :; I

..... 7"'R' i' .,{ ,- 0BRADfORD
FRANKLIN .
A
conditioning i TA LOR .
check list for efficient, economical air / J ,. I lGILCHRIST ..

nints Clouted Wt n make unit work harder and caw higher operating costs / l-- I ALACHUA PUTNAM
Normal home uw requires cleaning or replacement DIXIE I .
at least twin each cooling Kason. ;

SECTION Keep dear of plane or other obrtructlmu Anything that interfere .. '
POOR) with air-flow maker unit work harder and increaser operating cort

GMU Keep clear of fumHura or drape Anything that Interfere J&t.
jNDOOt with delivery or return of air will not allow unit to cool properly. EVY

An attic that U not properly ventilated becomes a heal trap-attic
VENTILATIONINSULATION temperature,can 10 up to 150- In our Florida aun. Ventilate and youlldecreue .. j
need.
heat fain through the ceiling and the amount of cooling you

t A properly lawlated! horn multi In lower operrting co t,Tee chow
that up to SOS lew midential cooling l"needed when
you haw adequate Insulation. ELECT I

I PAINT COLOR Dark-colored wall abaorb mon heal than foAi colon.
Light colon lave cooling corti.Urge .
window and s1idinlllla.doon on the east or weal" tide '
picture
SUN SCREENS admit heat and cauat unit to work more. A wn screen may be advfaabl

Awningi help,too. J; ID PECK
SHADE Trees that dude your home are like money In the bank.
Wide roof-cave hade the wall" *and reduce cooling coats.

Operating hints:
( YOUR STATE SENATOR
THE DAY Turn ln-ewitch. to "auto"for beat humidity-control
TUB wuk, | you,,away" and for effort wheyou" return. '
(SEAT;!: 25)
JAY WEEKENDS Kl_ thennoatat letting about 5*weheuto'fan
aettInt for ddklaal economy.I63Nr11 .
C "I'M FOR UP-TO-DATE EDUCATION .
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CORPORATION ii I AgriculturalBusinessCivic ,Leader

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WE ENDORSE HAL DAVIS FOR SENATE

Since under the new reapportionment plan, candidates for the
State Senate in Congressional District 2 have to run in 24-county
Bob McClure Is FOR area and since these Senators arc only paid $100( a month, we can
readily sec that the citizens In this District will not be having frequent -
visits to their counties by Senators who are elected. It follows -
THE ELECTIVE STATE CABINET SYSTEM This
OF
PRESERVATION then that the people would have to visit their Senators when
the checks end balance for our itr. lovimimnr.
provides accessary
they need help. It is an established fact that Quincy is more than
100 miles closer to Wakulla County than either Gainesville or
sc Starke. For this reason, and many more important ones, we recommend -
aggressive, energetic, youthful, nearby HAL DAVIS for
He is AGAINST State Senator in Croup 5.

Because Wakulla County is close to Cadsdcn County and because
i INCREASE LEGISLATIVE FAY (Tht oily candidate ill Croup 2 t. Hal Davis is interested in this area of Florida, we feel that he
to" this 'olld.1 I He feed OilY add,honul; salary irtcriMCI should b* knows best the needs of the people in Wakulla County and this Big
appropriated for rank and lilt sill employed. Bend irca. lie knows well the problems in our fishing, forestry and
farming industries and the people in our county have accepted his
leadership ability as shown by the vote he received here in a previous
election bid.

Bob McClure Is FORIMPROVED There are three candidates for Senate in Croup 5. One of them
comes from Gainesville in Alachua County. One comes from
RETURNL. Starke in Bradford County and HAL DAVIS comes from Quincy in
EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES AND SALARIES FOR Cadsdcn County HAL DAVIS is the youngest of the candidates but
TEACHERS. At father ef three children Bob McClure underalandl "PETE" GIBSON I! in his short 35 years of life he has many outstanding accomplishments. -
P.
i' the value of good educational opportunities He is an attorney who comes from a rural background witha
'''i,;; solid foundation, understanding and interest in small counties.For .
the betterment Wakulla County and wonderful Big Bend
:; "' ,:" to the area of Florida, let's send HAL DAVIS to the State Senate on

." : He is AGAINSTINCREASED STATE SENATE May 3.

.,to ,
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AD VALOREM PROPERTY TAXATION. Sy the time the SIXTH DISTRICTHas
,sicitment program 11 completed this source .f revenue will have
reached the saturation point. ELECT '
sought\ to provide more
jobs through industryHas

Bob McClure Is FORSTRONG always fought medicineHas a sales tax Cecil A.KENNEDY. >

on groceries and

CONFLICT OF INTEREST lEGISLATION. He feed definite fought for all the people
guidelines should be established, to tolcguard the public interest.
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He is AGAINSTWASTE RESEARCH FOR LIFE I STATE SENATOR, 25TH District
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The American Cancer Society
OF NATURAL RESOURCES. He feels a long range conservet offers life-time research professorships -
on program ihould b''! practiced to insure continued economic pro- to outstanding scientists.
tress tor Leon Wjkulla and Franklin counties They are seeking the answers to MCCLENDON FUNERAL
such questions as: Why do some
individuals get cancer while
others do not? How do cancer HOME
Bob McClure Is FORPAY cells differ from normal cells?
Can a drug be found to cure or 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
prevent cancer? Today the Society -
INCREASES FOR WITNESSES AND JURORS. He feels' the men supports 22 such research
who works in hit own business and the mm on on hourly wage differ
Your contribution to
professors. PHONE 385-1161 Tallahassee Fla.
unnecessary financial hardship when serving on intended court duty
the 1966 Cancer Crusade will helpto
expand thia research attack.


ELECT BOB McCLURE A MAN WITH PROVEN LEADERSHIP !'j'' '


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APRIL 8th: THAT SCOTT KELLY WOULD RECEIVE 363,300

VOTES ON MAY 3rd, THIS IS ALMOST 35% OF THE PRE

DICTED VOTE. POLLS FROM MOST OF THE LEADING UNI-

VERSITIES AND JUNIOR COLLEGES OVER THE STATE

In his own words, here's how Congressman Matthews CIJSINESSAND LABOR: "I believe the free enterprise SHOW THAT THE PREFERENCE IS SCOTT KELLY
stands on the important issues of today system is the best way to live and work in the world.
Every businessman has the right to earn a fair profit, andI
NATIONAL DEFENSE: "I have supported every measure believe in the right of free labor to receive just com- r
designed to keep our nation strong and to provide Amer- "
ica with all the weapons in tin military arsenal, to makeus pensation. Join lire ? : !
the strongest military force in the world. CONSERVATION: "I have always advocated the preservation L/o 'e an
of our natural resources. I have been the coauthor -
t STATfS RIGHTS "During my 13 years in Congress, I
. have voted consistently; to keep with the states those of bills promoting water research, antipolutionof

I rights the not Constitution.specifically" granted to the Federal governmentby sheds.air and" water and the development of small water- Scott Kelley Pledges To:

r. ACRiCniTURF: "As a member of the Committee on
.. Agriculture, I have been the co-author of many laws Work for relief from property taxes
, that benefit farmers, such as the Food Stamp Program,
J, The Lease and Transfer of Tobacco Acreage Allotments, Veto sales tax on groceries and
Soil Conservation and Screw Worm Eradication. I will
continue my efforts to build and maintain a higher level medicine
of income for the farmers of Florida. "

fDtJCA lION: "I have proposed a plan in Congress forthe df { Oppose a state income tax
return to the states of certain Federal Income Taxesto
be used for raising teachers' salaries and providingfunds Protect your homestead exemption
to improve our schools without federal Interference. -
Congressman D. R. (Billy) Matthews has served for 13
years in Congress and is now a member of the powerful
SOCIAL SFClJRITYi: "I am proud to have voted for theSocial Appropriations Committee. There is no substitute for the Florida Needs A Businessman Governor
Security Amendments of 1965 that increased the
experience gained during these years of effective work.
benefits pertaining to the employment, retirement and Experience gets things done Keep Billy Matthews in
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disability of our senior citizens. Congress!


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I VOTE TO KEEP MATTHEWS IN CONGRESS


DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 3

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SPRING FESTIVAL (!Special) As student l body \'U,e'|pres' Entered the I'nlted States \\as namid permanent tluir. liecame very active I n 1"11I.1'lCTt'RE: ,
On Friday, April 29, 1966, Jimmy Joun.w, IS Tall ilmwiee. ident, was President of Ihl'Slull'nt Air Forte Ser"eil vith the man for Alumni Aitlvities of (hiirih and ('ivii i affiirs.Somo The Joanne family.. James,
hr.
Is of his activities
new president of HIP headof
freshman Semite anil
horn and raised In Tallahassee I
the PTA will
Sopchoppy presentits class at Florida state I'nlverity. the lxiislati\e Itramh\ Research. anti Development his Pale Law School (drailiintini lug hn reader und sentry'
annual Spring Festival at the He (oinmaml. He inns man at Ipisiopal: polled 4M:: tote In Tues of Student (iu'l'rnll..nl.1'mllll ('hl"". Novniilier 5th of theName
Sopchoppy School. The festivi- tour of the holy' ('omforter.M ItitU fell Uhittlo of (..ndsilenountv
clay's I'IN'Uon to defeat (imrle a t.ood Mill\ Trip" to pleU-d Ids active duly
ties will begin at 5:00 P.M. :Mixon, Tampa, wlm received the I'nKersiU' of Florida in ITi't; with the rank of Tear he Is! 'tii: mo a mem ; .isons, Shrine, ,la vices, (' ; Jannie and Julie,
with a fish fry In the school S39; \'oll's. to .Ntuih their Florida Toiistmasters. I'TIInd ,
1st. lieutrmint.o0'serves' IMT of the loricla its r. ate 1; unit Jamie age 3.
lunchroom. At 7:00 P.M., the xJoanoH. Tallahassee, won several nion and get ideas for a Florida and American Kir
Coronation of the Royal Court outstanding honors I last Student t'nl..n at KM'. as reserve laptaln. \'I"Uun..
will take place on the football year as a senior at Ix-i.n High
.field. School lie was eleUed liy his
classmates as the "best allarounl
After the coronation, the following
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boy" of the (|.is" lie
booths will open: Dart defeated six other undulates In
Throw, Softball Throw, Basketball his race for I SI; freshmen lass
Throw, Ring Thrjow: For- president.
tune Telling, Gr;/Bag, Fish '
Ponds, Horseshoe/Throw, Creased ELECT James E. Joanos J
Pole, Country Store, and A MANTRAINED A MAt I
Concession S1:and. The Cake
Walk will te held at this time

also./" TO LEAD STATE SENATOR 1)1ST.25 READY TO SERVE

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FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR '.."OL lOUD IEHBCI.DISTtlCT r'or School Board Member WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS JHUMDAT, mil Z81.-L
DISTRICT NO. 2 District No. S
NO. S. IUILLA
I hereby announce my candidacy
To The of Wakull toL'NTYTofriollduaaclbel1even office of member of the
A e.ltS People for MM
ftOU ICe 1ft
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Countyi In bet- Board of Public Instruction of *

I would like to offer myself Wikulla County District Nod 5.I .
ter schools forWakulla County I
O1i Polltfe AMOUMmraU to you M a candidate for County announce my candidacy for the I have tried always to gist fair Do live here ?

peanut wdtr UIkis htadlni ri Commissioner, District No. Third District.Ai eonsidenttion of all eondittona. you
PtM for by Z.
po a teacher for 10 .. to tills officeI
..... If you reelect
are ttfMdFOR tJ\ft'tto) I am the ton of Mrs. A. C.
yean and the mother of 4 grade- premise. to continue to re re in
McCaUMc and the late A. C. lad's
school children I feel that I 1 a+
SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER McCalUster. I graduated from can the bet InttrMt of our school ,
help la terming policy to improve -
DISTRICT Leh/++
NO. 1 CnwfoidvtU High School in ijnUm NesehwI.

My Friends sad Fellow Citizens 1952. I started to work for children our for schools a much and|more
of Wakulla Countyi Swift Packing Company after world than the one in appreciated.. Sreeswt
graduation and haft been with S. E. Rodden Uny. li1M Msblla dre wa
May I take this oppcttimity to which you and I were brought up. Dry
them for almost 14 I am tql u.
formally tnnoinct my candidacy yean. For the past S yean, with the twee ..ehu1Ge
married to the former Waunell ldryrnr
for re-election the Board help of many other parents, I
.
Bodiford of Samson Alabama.We
of Public Instruction, from District have fought long and hard to COMMISSIONER OkMa d sa edire
have two children, Michelle FOR COUNTY U
One. I consider it a lower schoolboaid salaries
peat so bare
honor and 8, and Ronnie, 6, both are DISTRICT 4
wonderful privilegeto that this money could be spent +
attending CrawfordviUe School.
have aerved you as one of on better equipment and suppliesfor I
We live the A. C. McCallis- candidacy Ury Iw
your School Board Members for on our children Instead going I hereby announce my
the per three )'Oan. ter farm near Wakulla Springs. into schoolboard members'pock for the office of County
Since the last We are members of the Craw- District ((4)).
time I was ask- ets. Commissioner, No SubstituteFor
ing you for your vote and sup fordviUe Baptist ChuKh and la 1961 when the schoolboard U elected, I will work for the

port l I was married December, CrawfordviUe P. T.A.I for asked our Representative to see best Interest of all the countyat I
will
1963, to the former Margaret run my campaign abort raising their salaries from all times. Experience II

Ann (Peggy) Lynn, daughter of county commissioner strictly on $100 to $200 a month Iota sin- I
Rev. and Kin. Marvin Lynn of my ability and not the faults of neatly Sincerely, MALLORY HORNE'S RECORD

TalLdla_. The Lord has thus my opponent. I I.m. man with ONE-FOURThthevaen: of Wakulla Alton C. Oaks
a mind of his own. I believe OFEXPERIENCE
far blessed with a lovely dau- County signed a petitionto
that I am right until proven
ghter, Diana, who is now one vote AGAINST raising their
that I
but when shown
year old. Therefore, I now have wrong, salaries. The petition was ignored :
even more added Incentive in am wrong I am man enough to and the bill, already in its
10 Years Service Florida
admit it. I say this to bring out in Legislature
forcontinucd second reading in the Legislature -
mydetire im-
school one point. elected to this office was never withdrawn. In WISH I'D SAID e,1
fTovemeal our
syttem. Voted Most Outstanding Member Florida
I intend to run this that belongs to the Dopis December, 1964, the members II
campaign of Wakulla County and not House 1963 R
ontheaccompluhmentsaad improvements were given total of $11, 843.- THAT .
individual, I will serve the ;
any 43 over and above their $100 a i
I ftl have been 1
and Voted Most Effective
of the not
made dicing my tenure in of- majority people month, not for any extra work legislator
any group or individual. I believe had done bas
fice. I would like to mention a they a political Elected
of
Speaker House
and the
Wakulla County i
at the of all the
few of these at this time. In the gift expense iI
people in it and I strongly fe.1th.&t 4jj.ippfjy.
schoolchildren la the I
way of new bl&ildmgs.nd cla_ county Served Chairman j
they are ready for a change including their own. as Higher Education I
rooms, we have the be polite to people
new Gymnasiums 'Always
at and Shade- In then county government, and Two months after this money Appropriations and Powerful Rules
Sopchojfy I ask to give me'Ol. vote who disagree with youafterall
ville. We have Science you was distributed a Grand Jury investigation Committee
a new and support that we might Join revealed the run they have a right to their
Lab and Cnwfordnlle. !
Library at -
"
We have a new Administrate hands andworktogethetto make down conditions of our schools. ridiculous. opinions. -George

e Office and Cafetcnum our county btttet place to live After another long fight/ over J. Melvin Claysulle (Penna.) IN SENATE DISTRICT 8 _tJI

at Shadcvllle. and raise our families. this matter, the bill was finally
Recorder
I invite all of to either I
We have made repairs at the you repealed in the 1965 Legislature
call or come see me anytime by Rep. Ernest Roddeobeny, Vote Elect.
Btxkhorn Elementary School "The reason why so many .
you have a suggestion or a question withdrawing a total of $500 a
with additional work contemplated hairdos
modern girls wear
to ask. I humbly: solicit month from>coardmemben'salalie. ForE

reworked at this time.the flares i'c of completely the- your vote and suppoit.Hugh to be used on the schools.I that look like mops is because erience. MALLORY HORNE

St. Marks Elementary School. McCalluter have also fought thru every they don't know what mops .

We also completely refurnished medium of put lie opinion to look like." Hu Nose, Twiggs

the dining room and replaced FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER show that some members of the County (Jeffersonville. Ga. ) Political Advertis.mero; '_4 for by Campaign Tru.rv,_:_,
board absent withoi
were cause *
some of the equipment in the DISTRICT NO. 4 New Era.
kitchen of the lunchroom at St. and at times when their presence

Mirks. We expect tob
ion of a storage: facility at M announce my candidacy for implementing board decisions. broken rungs on the ladder
St. perks shortly. This is At one of these important meetIngs Bob
very
re-election to the Board of of success. Pearcy.
something which has been needed held last July to hire a new
County Commissioners District The Danville (Ind. ) Gazette
for some time. In the way 4. principal a meeting was postponed -

of educational aids, we are now I have served the itlnu of twice because 3 membencoWdn't

In the process of completely updating Wakulla County for 11 yean. be present. When the

our school libraries. By (have been honored by my col- meeting was finally held, 2
the beginning of the next school members had to wait more than
legues by being elected Board
term this should be completed.We an hour before the 3rd member
Chairman for five of the e'even THE FIFTH SENATE DISTRICT
arrived could have a
currently have on order. avery yean that have Iorne.!. so they

large quantity of equipment I ask the citi.it as ofHakulla quorum to vote.
for classroom aids which will be Serving on the board is Dot only -
bounty to reflect c'n the progress
distnbited to all the schools as Sat has been made dttagthe a matter of accepting bids on

soon as received. Your County inns I hate itned. I have equipment or hiring teachers,
school has lull- ban a matter of understanding NEEDS LEADERSHIPNever
system now t worked for the establishment of RESPONSIBLE
time Cui Counselor the the Walnilla County Development new treads in education in a
mechanized
and automatedwceldwhere
tint time ever. The Cuidance: Authority lad the Wakulla :
Comclcr be of invaluable there are too many people -
can County Development and Recreation -
assistance for simple jobs and too few before of ALL the people of this area of
in helping our children Commission.I that take has it been important to the best interests
lor ideas
realm. their educational potentials. was foe one the of restoration the original of SlIpI'"ten the- complex occupations training, and disc- Florida that they be represented in the Florida State Senate by a person with fEffhectlvcnessd'


financial la the way of improving our old. Fort. I supported the cff- TU aeccaary to understand Proven Ability and Experiences well' as one who understands the many needs of
operations, we are adhering shore fishing reefs and the present -
to a vent strict Purchase recreational facility at these changes and keep abreast its people. f
of them to children to
Cider. System to insure that we Haul-Over Rise I have worked prepare
receive adollus' worth of goods with the development the overcome the problems of the

and services for every dollar of Volunteer Fire Department in world with enough training so 1
that the problems of the .orld SUCH A MAN IS
school .
the
your maoespent.: county. I have seen the results -
By efficient operations we have of the cooperation between will not overcome them.
been able to drastically reduce our Civil Defense tint and other As the daughter of a teacher.

the coat of bUll ftrain andruppry State agencies. It Is desire and a teacher for many! sears
my
parts Yet at the present time to continue to serve for the best myself I feel qualified to help E. JohnsWho
our bus fleet ai a whole. is in the Interests a U of Wakulla Coun you fight the battle fcr a beset Charley
best mechanical condition deal in education for yoach.:d-
i.DI ty. My! experience I feel is
I several )ttn. The State Audi- valuable to the pops of our sea and mine.

ton' Report of our financial cperitions County the knowledge that I Mrs. Elizabeth F. Smith

the best for ever the received U
\' School Bcanl. We have implemented has made it possible
No. 4
I or are in the process to conoder problems for the betterment -

of implement the State of the
county. Sen. E. Johns
Auditor I wish to announce: my ca3Jidaq Charley
: suggestion* for improved Iwill be glad to tattwith any
for the Board cf CcixtyCommisnoners
fiaiacial operations. I am body who feels that I can asut
confiJect that the Audit of our them with their Medicare evb- District Sc. 4.

fcuacial operations foe the cur- lems.I offer myself for this hi gi office Has 28 yean Legislative Experience which include 26 years of service in Hit Senate.
because I feel that I
Knt fiscal >ear will be even bet humbly and earnestly solicit can :

ter yet. your vote and support.YtUIard honestly serve all of WakuUaCouctywith been selected by his fellow senators ta serr a and intel
These ire some ci the many integrity Has
Carter Florida S Mte.
changes which have been made ligence. I served the WakJla -

dina* my term of oCice. I feel County School Board foe S

that these chaAges can only serve FCR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER years. I am a native of the Has served at Governor of Florida. :

to ir.a....- e oar school system. DISTRICT \"C. 1 cotnty and have talataii: active

The mast ntl&bkt.e put IB communny and corny afwayt been re-elected ovenrhelmngfy by Hit ,ople he has represented because of his devoted !
t member of the
base in owr chilJica. I hereby announce candidacy protects ama Has
Couery U oat my jd dedicated service to them and their interest
Wi met ccostaatly provide for member of the School American Legion V.F.W., J JI

cveiv educational. means pooi- Board from District No. 1. Flan Highway Patrol Auxiliary I

ble ice them. Ott children of I would! like to expms my interest Wakulla County Chamber JI

today are cj leaden of tomorrow. 13 the schools of Wakulla of Commerce, Panacea Chamber I

County and it is my desire that of Commerce, aadSopchop-

I feel that the School Beard is every' child in the cavity be py PTA. I am la bunne fcr ,i

the moot amp ratan elective office provided with the very belt ofeducaccoal myself in the coucty. His various Senate Committee assignments prove his hard work and efforts to render s

to be held in o Count eppcrrjubes pi I geempse you that U I am elected all. Included proper
Covtament.I ntle. I base had two daughters I will always act tee the representation to among the committees on which he has served are: Agricul

have reed to graduate town CnwsonrnUe best interest of all of tae county hire and Livestock 1
to serve you asyou Appropriations, Banking, Labor and 'Industry Education Public
School Board Member with School with honors, and one in Schools

complete h..many and diligence the fJth grade aukiraadchtldrea I aumbry. solicit your vote aadsuppcrt. Junior Colleges, Pensions and Clarms, Public Roads and Highways, State In,tilutlon Tempi I!

u our eaJeavcr to provide goodschools oearug school: age. I am Welfare
Insurance t
erance Public Public
for ourcJu & .. My only Feud it ran Wakulla Couery Janet C. Taylor Health Utilities, Water Resources Development 1 I

desire is to w ti fee the co.- Scb.-o.lj.: but want to work toward and Conservation, Rules and Calendar, Constitutional Amendments and Governmental

tuued: improvement cleat easy needed Improve roR COUNTY CCNDOSSCCXER Re- it

schools.Itaaesily. ments. U yew tee Ct to placeme : DISTRICT NO. a3x 2 organization.

solicit the vote and is tils honored post I io s.

suppcrt of all cittacas who aw your vote and soppat wiQ be I wish to snornnre that lama

interested in continued. lmgtwi- appeciated al I will count k cii fvfate for re-elecDcn to

meat of our shocls.Botty a privilege. to serve yoo.N ta* ofBc of Cowry Comaissuawr -

Paul* kcn kteugaa from Distnct to. 2. Wa- During this period between legislative sessions he is
bdlaCo.anry.I serving as a member. cf the Constitutional -

FCR SCHOOL CARD MEMBERDBTWCT : pledge my coguued eCcrtt Revision Study Commission and is a member of the Legislative Councils

s::. 1 sera sand aid psopenee ccamry Mental Health and Retardation. Committee or
FCR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER CO--1II.

DISTRICT NO. S I I aaccitlr affxciat the privilege -
wuh: to atior.ce vy csnAoacy -
of tavmg served tint cf-
I announce my caa&Jacy fc* Board for of re PubBc- lection tatractlaB to the of rice fat tint put tie tersea aid LET'S STAY WITH HIM

School>> NUmber boa District Waa.a eaanely icitciS yow sue aid

S. with the belief that I eo-q.will to ta fcft ia the ceasing pnsson*!,
they I kave and cc. aIIIIt
have
background tad qualification KEEPCHARLEY
to make wank foe a better edocation fcc chland '
the people of
your chikfren aad Bin*.
Watulla Cowry i goo School
Board. Member. I tazacaJy solicit yom' tee

lam named, bars twochild- and agycrt. FOR SCHOCt BOARDMEM2EX

lilt.. veteran of Wad War U. -Feasy DISTRICT s::. 1 E. JOHNSState
serving with the ICU Aufccn

Division, sebalteacherfa FCR CCtTfTY COWNOSS10NESCCTR1CT.V0.2 I hereby .-caayc -
three yean, memBer of Lions dacy for Member of the School w-
Club and Wok. 'a Canaan > 1.
Board boa District o
Chamber .: -..:e, miresberolSopeko0py I hereby aanowce my eandiUcv I served on the Board Senator District S
\Utho JbtChutvh. '
< for Coy Comimmmt* for eight years
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our cototy.. .Wda.cl't'c I graduiud Lea.1 Don .CWnct+o.2. Wc..y. heel that m*oyexpencaccqualifies for thus office If W1I N retrtu to tfae N&Ife yes vote wiD Lave cee tad. tew.PcI elect- i .aC y i

coDee willa a L So u. \atDotlft. elected I I elected M, the au aavu g More se.i.eify nua $life .
.. I pnnus* if 1 am aa I pledge to serve ayukiaf Seater, ....t
terS will w\1 rk to n..keWak.Ua the people to the lest" of my abiLly. year SMor the Deaa of HM'Tlondj Sesute. y
hard fee
I will work you oafwill c-y p.ow. I kombly scUit TOUT EffectrreiNss; -Prorea Ab
art ud Ser
appreciate yow I Uably: : ask for your tae aid teas aad support. Se.iaiy-X.ow Hw- 1itr-AF'.f"b co-
support* .
Steve RevvU Kenneth C. Roberts A Keceri of Acce p&di ""ip-

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THURSDAY APRIL 28. 1086 CMVFORDmiE' HIGH'
SCHOOL MENU FOR
ELECT H)
NEXT WEEK _

R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME MondavHamburger Steaks

Licensed Embalmer &; Funeral Director Mashed Potatoes HAL DAVIS
I Creen Beans
Phone 697-3366 I ICARRA Pineapple Tidbits
Bread Butter
BELLE, FLA. Orange Juice
"24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" I Milk Tuesday SENATOR

SERVING' WAKULLA-COUNTY Sloppy Joes

I I Cabbage/Cairot/Raisin Peaches Salad 5TH DISTRICT ,
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Bread Butter
I MilkWednesdS
PLEDGED TO
Rice Put EJuwQtion: First Seek Better Apportionment

Because of continued confusion among the Jello Tossed w/Fruit Salad Oppose Saps Tax on Groceries and Medicine

voters in the Second Congressional District Rolls Butter Protect Your Homestead Exemption
about how they will elect their four Sena- Bread MilkThursday Represent all of the People

tors assigned of the State by Legislature the latest reapportionment . tieans Pickled t Ham Beets BIG BEND'S ONLY CANDIDATE IN 5TH DISTRICT

Peanut Butter Squares .
Com Bread ;Paid PolitoaJ Advm* BitrO
L "Pete" GIBSONSenator Orange Butter-Juice Milk

Friday


Apple Potato HamburgersLettuce Sauce Chips- Tomatoes Elect : T-

y At f+ M
Bread Butter


f ; ax Milk CMIFOftOmiE PERSONALS' NAT POLAKyour : ;1 t :


d Sonny Hammick, a student at
Mercer University, Macon, r
Ca., and Miss Joline Turner, ,
b who is a teacher in Macon, and
Miss Billie Helyn Hammlck, I :
who is County Nurse at Monti-
cello, all visited Mr. E. C. 9
Hammick last weekend. .
REPRESENTATIVEGroup
Mrs. Margaret Basford of Han-
nibal, Mo., is visiting her
daughter and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Tucker. I

Those attending the F.E.A.
Convention last weekend held FiinklinUonWikulUTHE
Sixth in Miami were! Mrs. Inez Wal-
for the
ker, principal at St. Marks, as
a delegate; Mrs. Ann Burks, as
delegate from the County Office -
and St. Marks School;Mrs.
publishes the following 'sample
Joyce Lewis and Mrs. Anwyl
ballot' to better acquaint the voters with from Cravvfordville; Mr. and ONLY CANDIDATE IN
the four 24 county districts. Each voter, in Mrs. lohn Hall and Mr. Wil-
each will have the opportunity to liam Barfield from Sopchoppy;
county
Mr. William Whaley, Superin- GROUP ONE
vote for one candidate in each of the four tendent. |
races listed below.
Ceorge Cibbs returned Friday
from Oleno State Park where he
5th District attended the Park Short Course, REALLY INTERESTED IN. ., . .
Vote for one a training session designed to
improve management of recreation

i ). Emory "Bed" Cross facilities.
Mrs. C. L. Rehwinkel and
Hal Davis Mrs. Bert Hudson went toQuincy W A K U L LA COUNTY
i several days ago to visit Mrs. Pd Political Adv.
I Lucille Towles.
Charley E. Johns__ .
6th DistrictVote
for one


Jackson Bryan PROVEN

Ed L. Bush EXPERIENCE IN

JOliftAKESAMFEtlMETd
Tom B. Davis

John Due
LEARN

; L. P. 'Pete' GIBSON X

Wayne Mixon liii


i Odh Murphy
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1 19 r> d thf h .a le1 tht
I B. C. Pearce 0 /r31 a i ts KI' $ tanra' to d a;pu1 "
I 6 lu ba Ra1W' + MnUI r M "
a
pTe"
b +
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8th District < seir,uBir'fits ,n9 wnid,h, .One brnK Ka'w ,1 Male
t Qw na' uBu'e tor a 1Onl
Vote for onei < i* Vn'n t inobin i" tFllett bf to

i *' '" k d t ,,'ute whaae Witi ocN ancco 'Y
Frank J. AldermanClaude ;
I pEP .Ute, wdUa'n. +Nlt.. the dt ...--s .
Be1' rdm w"4p1oYN' jMda .
I M. 'Red' Franks

I Man E. Horner

1 Ceor a Lewis nI

I 25th District BRO aRD .
! Vote for one ,


John G. Barrow "r t 7itlrr


tun lame Holley E. loans I


Cecu A. Kennedy WILLIAMS

Ed Peck

IiIjiIf
H O. Stratton


Sam Teaque STATE: TREASURER

KEEP A MAN WITH A PROVEN RECORD


KEEP SAY FLORIDA'S NEWSPAPERS'


L P. "Pete" GIBSON Dozens of -,
daily and
weekly newspapers possible position to judge the candidates.Their I +a
throughout the State have endorsed Broward r
enthusiastic
support is your guarantee that i
Senator forthe Sixth Williams Ac/'ditional endorsements pour in Broward Williams is a man of integrity "

I every day. We do not say you should vote knowledge and dignity .'. the kind of
Brit Broward Williams because the
newspapers man you want to repr ent you in the office of
(Paid Polttal Advertising) do. but we do ay that the newspapers are State Treasurer. .
J in possession of all the facts and are in the best
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THURSDAY. APRIL 28, 1966LPPete CRJfFORDVII.lt: RICH
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BY Waada.M tctlf ELECTDonald

F.H.A. Is having a bake sale
April 30, In front of the court-
GIBSONSenator house, beginning at 10:30.
Eric Mathis was chosen by the L
American Legion to represent ,
for Crawfordville at Boys State this
the Sixth
summer. Eric has held many
offices and has participated in
many class and school activi- .
FOR
ties. Some of his major achievements -
were President of TUCKERh
An Improved I the Junior Class, Vice President r
r I of Honor Society, "A11AVC
Educational 65" in baseball, page in legis-
SystemPaid lature, FFA public speaker, reporter -
10th grade, Vice Presi-
Political Adv. by Campaign Treas. dent 9th grade, Library Council REPRESENTATIVE v., ,
3 years, FFA 4 years, servingas
chaplain and parliamentar
I ian. Eric feels that it was a
I privilege and anhonor to represent GROUP TWO
PULL LEVER 13.A I C.H.S. at Boys State.
Mrs. Ingles 8th and 9th grades
held their Science Fair last
FORINTEGRITY.
week. The winners are as follows -
.. : 1st, Jennifer Harper, Donald
I "Electroscope";2nd, Kathy Stevens I II
.ABILITY t "Seeds": 3rd, Koweta
I Whaley, "Parts of the Ear";4th, TUCKER W
FORESIGHT. .. g I Honorable Mention tie Linda a.
Asbum, "Parts of the Fish",
DETERMINATION and Ouida Harvey, "Heart".
t The above are all from the 8th
grade.
VOTE n Ninth grade winners were 1st,
Allen Hobbs, "Telegraph";2nd,
FOR Joe Barrel and Donnie Thompson
"Still"; 3rd, Andra Loftin WILL DO MORE FOR. . .
and Julie Floyd, "Heart"; Honorable
Mention, Johnny Smith,,
MILEY MIERSSTATE I "Periscope".


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REPRESENTATIVEGROUP I II "Holltl"IA'v.

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Leon Franklin & Wakulla Counties

PLATFORM: FOR AN EFFECTIVE VOICE IN WASHINGTON
1. Upgrade Teacher Salaries & School Facilities j
2. Promotion of Sea Food Industry and Tourism
3. Put All. Purchases By State of Florida On Competitive -
Bid Basis.
4. Strong Conflict of Interest Laws. Re-Elect .
S. Increase.Plug Tax Inequities Before Considering ANY X11 I

!d. PeL Ad*. 1I y Citizens for Mile; Mleri


I DON r .




Whols"RED" FUQUA .





YOUR CONGRESSMAN


: A record of dedicated service proves that Don Fuqua gets things done. a
I Continue an effective voice for the people by reelecting him to
honestly, sincerely, and fairly represent you in the Congress of the
United States.
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: FROM ONE END OF THE DISTRICT TO THE OTHER

CROSS ?

I IT'S ALL THE WAY WITH FUQUA

nCOMD! CONGRESSIONAL BISTCCT' Of U> DA"Despite
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He is the State Senator who has unsuccessful eMIM 1

1 I !/ fought the creation of the M
NM /LM .
.y.eNnl1r '
monstrous 24-county 5th senatorial dis- ". Don. Fuqua is the best Congressman that Suwannee County
trict that has ever had We have been particularly pleased with the perception *
may cost you your local rep w.u. he has of our farm problems. for agriculture Is still the basic
resentation in the State Senate. industry of this new district. .. Don Fuqua has done an outstanding
er..wr job and the people he has. served know it."

I .nr Suwannee Democrat-Live Oak

f He is the only district S candidate who '". The measure of a man, and particularly in this race, is what
has he done. This cannot be measured in length of service in Con-
voted against this unfair districting.A ?ressaccomplishment is the answer. Don Fuqua has, in his termsin

the fact that Don Fuqua Is only 32 years old, he has behind concern Congress for his and people earlier and in the their Florida Legislature, shown his great
him record of service. But most he problems byvoting many times on
an Impressive public important,
the losing side-but for what he thought and knew to be in the best
.
has potential for even greater service in the future Interest of his district. ."
vote for Cross will help you get your Lake City Reporter
Chtefland Citizen
own local senate district. Vote for bet
". Fuqua is young, vigorous, and has, the.chances are, many ". .. Incur opinion length of sojourn is not
3rd. necessarily a prerequisite
ter representation
on May
years of service ahead of him.These are conslderations.of importance. for re-election. It has been our
privilege to work 'closely over the
"Even more important, we sincerely believe Fuqua is a man of with
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