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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: May 19, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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' 1 38'r/ CRAWFORDVILLE.: FLORIDA THURSDAY. MAY 19. 1966 32327 Price lOc Per Copy

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NOTES off THE cur ft" LOCAL ARTISTS EXHIBITAT BURNS MEANS PROGRFSS FOR ALL FLORIDAWith

BY Keith Lee' TALLAHASSEE FEDERALArea

artists will participate in only four days left before the second primary, this writer

In the closing days of the second an exhibit, sponsored by the feels it is necessary to ask the readers to take a long look at the

primary campaign, the Moorer Studio of Tallahassee, candidates for Governor.
which May 23 and will all consider what is best for Wakulla and
tempo is picking up, as those opens on We urge voters to County
who are in run-offlpots are continue for two weeks. its citizens.It .
working to naildown their votes Mrs. George Cibbs will exhibit is our opinion that Wakulla County, as well as all rural coun-

and be nominated as the Demo- a pastel portrait of Pansy, and ties, will fare better in the long run by helping to re-elect Governor -

crat candidate The positionof portraits commissioned by Mr. Haydon Burns. ,
the writer in the Senate race and Mrs. Charles Ansley and Mr. During recent years we all have heard repeatedly the concern of 1

can be stated as this with the and Mrs. Gene Phipps and loan- the big counties, particularly Dade County, on, the distribution of
number of legislators coming ed for the exhibit. race track monies. We can realize with the new reapportionment
from the metropolitan areas, we Mrs. W. S. Mathis will exhibit the heavily populated counties will hold the balance of power in

need to have as much represen- a pen and ink wash drawing our legislative bodies. Miami Mayor Robert King High knownto
tation as possible from our immediate entitled "Woman's' Champ- be in favor of more taxes on industry such as phosphate, citrus, + r

area With this ion 1900"loaned by Miss Frances pine tree farms, and other industry that is vital to our section of
thought in mind and with quali- Criscom; an abstract mixed media the state. High in his campaign has indicated that his political

fied candidates In e "group we entitled "Job My Cod Lives"loaned philosophy is that of an ultra liberal. During the past sixteen r-- rh

recommend to the voters the fol- by Rev. and Mrs. Loite months, COy. Bums has spearheaded an effort that assures Floridaa _
lowing: L. P. "Pete" Gibson, of Park Methodist Church In Or- tourist attraction equal to or better than Disneyland in California -

who has proved his interest in lando; and "Fair 60" mixed to be built by Walt Disney. Also, an attraction by the famous i,. I'r I it

our area and represented his district media. Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. Many other steps of progress can be

we 11 Hal Davis of Quincy Mrs. Robert Altman, well seen under the present administration.We .
who is knowledgeable and known in this county, will exhibit pose these questions, "What has Mayor High offered by the 1 I / j 71! r T;;
would know the needs and problems <' hand-painted china. Her way of a platform?" "Whew has he said what his aims will be if
talented work is considered quite he Is elected?"
of better than
our county be much better off
valuable. Wehonestly believe that Wakulla County will
his We recommend
opponent and stand a chance of industrial growth and economic growth better
because of his
Cov. Burns experience -
under the leadership of Cov. Haydon Burns the next four years, t7
and
the program leadership that he has abilityand underway PANTHEWS CLOSE and urge that you earnestly weigh the condition that exist and vote :'1'4'' ,
for the candidate of choice next Tuesday.
.. In the House race OUT SEASONThe your Local workers of the March of Dimes Drive received citations last wci k. Loft to right War

Donald Tucker would know the I ren Hardin, Mrs. Minnie Lee Langston, O. E. I Icndrickson, Mrs. Ul Levy, Mrs. Janet O'Bryan,

needs of the three-county district C.H.S. baseball team REOUEST MADE BY and Mrs Martha Davis.Wilson.

.. In our local races my closed out its 7th consecutive POSTMASTER YON THE FARM FRONT
lies with the school
Interest ,
with 6-5
winning season a win
board and believe that Nel- BY Doyle Conner
race over conference for Wewahitch- Postmaster D. Peyton Yon today -
son Jemlgan has the proven Integrity ka last The Panthers For
needed for the office Tuesday. urged depositors with postal Florida's commercial fishing Running Legion
in a rebuilding year finished the savings certificates to withdraw industry, which a Miami Herald
As we have said so often in the
season with a 12-5 mark, placed their accounts from Post Officesas headline writer terms "jquacul-
past, it is important that you exercise 2nd in the A. V. C.| Sub groups soon as possible or as soon as ture", is worth $30 million annually -

your right and vote, vote champions) runnerup in the anniversary dates on their but could be worth infinitely Commander Post
for the candidate of choice Deputy
your 2-B while withinone '
Croup coming certificates are reached. more if our interests arc
.. After next is -
Tuesday l\ expected
game of going to state. The Postal Savings System was protected at sea. -
that many will start enjoying The Panthers were eliminated abolished March 27, 1966, with I find considerable merit in
the beaches, fishing, or from state competition by Port the signing of Public Law 89- the proposal,, being weighedin WFORDVILLE Bernard way Patrol Auxiliary which he and service as president and

just loafing and the pressures St. joe, a strong Class "B" 377, by President Lyndon B. Congress for "sea-grant" colleges il.! Wilson of American Legion serves as recording secretary.Some ., secretary; Wilson also is a
will be lessened and a feeling of team. Class "C" schools haveno Johnson. which conceivably mightdo Post 114 in Crawfordville of Wilson's other civic member of the Wakulla County

normalcy will return .. My ( tournament of their own and Postmaster Yon pointed out for the commercial fishing L one of three candidates seek. activities are chairman of the Civil Defense Advisory Council.

ELW (ever lovin' wife) sure will must play in "B" competition if that as of April 28, 1966, no Industry what land-grant colleges ing the Department of Florida Red Cross president of the I Wilson has been Instrumental
be gald its over and advertising to at the state be and commander The PTA and of In the Scout
they are compete deposits can accepted no have done for agriculture. deputy post. president director reorganizing Boy
schedules and deadlines will not level. Efforts are underway to new accounts can be opened.He There is no reason why the pro- election will be held during the the T.B. aril Health Associa-I movement In Wakulla County.He .
be as tight .. Anyway, let'slive secure the same sdtup for Class said that interest will end on duction efficiencies of agriculture 48th Annual Convention of the tion, chairman for(the Wakulla served in several positionsand

to enjoy our blessings and "C" baseball is afforded those the anniversary date of each cer- for which land-grant col- American Legion at Daytona cancer fund drivel and booster Is the chairman of the Wa
remember do
to unto others
we would have them do unto us.as schools In basketball, football, tificate. leges can assume a great deal of Thursday through Saturday i chamber of commerce I kulla County District. For his
and track. The Postmaster said that for credit, cannot also be enjoyedby f Wilson, 40, has been a member member a member of the Gulf efforts he has received the
Six seniors graduate from the convenience a 11 certificates held our fishing fleets. I Coast
of the Legion since 1945. Chamber of commerce scoutmaster award Scouter's
team, 5 of whom were starters. by a depositor may be cashed at As a man of agriculture, I am
'He joined after having served 00 ., Key and the Silver Bearer aw!
SOPCHOPPY NEWS Dusty Cook, Danny the time and Interest will '
are
They same concerned over future food sup-
In combat during World War is a member of the Order of the
Millet, David Wislon, Don be paid for each full month they
plies for our nation and the
II. Since he Arrow.In
the .
_BY.Louise C. Sapp Sparkman, Wayne Langston, and nave been outstanding beyond world. I agree with Prof. Carl joined Legion,
Barnard Sessions. three months from the Interest Wilson has served on many committees 1962 Wilson received theGovernor'
Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Lawhon Keeler, who recently told a Bra-
date. post adjutant com Appreciation: Awardfor
denton civic club that the
and son, Jimmy, of Lakeland, sea
Postal mander of two posts, district outstanding contributions to
The
Savings System was
visited Mrs. Mae Lawhon and will play a vital role in alle- I
Hattie Mae, last weekend.Mr. VETERANS.. NEWS established January 1, 1911, to viating world hunger. commander:! area commanderand the Stale of Florida.
get money out of hiding and to Many agriculturally deficient executive committeeman of
and Mrs. Paul Smith and St. Petersburg, Fla. M. T. attract savings of a large num- nations have turned to the sea the Department of Florida.

daughter, Lucy Marie, of Do- Dixon, of the Fla. Dept of Veterans ber of immigrant who were accustomed for their nutrients .. and some Upon moving to Crawfordvillehe

than, Alabama, and Miss Elaine Affairs, announced today to saving at Post Of- of their commercial fishing reorganized Post 114 and keptIt
Revellof Tallahassee, spent last that veterans with more than 180 fices in their own country; also, fleets have been looking covet- from losing its charter! He
of
days active discharged -
military
weekend visiting Elaine's and from the service duty,since it served a safe depository for ously at the shores of Americaas helped organize the Wakulla

Mrs. Smith's father Hardy Re- Jan. 31, 1955, have at least until people who had lost confidencein a potential happy hunting I County unit of the Florida High-
vellT Sr. private banks. Today, how- ground.We .
March 3 1967 to CI '
get a
ever with the of banking ) know little more about the
FLORIDA RECEIVES
home farm loan under growth
or the New
Mi;. Harriet Wilder visited her, facilities high fish "crop" along offshore Flo-

son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams CI The Bill.new law, bringing to vet er Interest sates than the 2 per- rida than they do, but a con- JfEAD START' GRANT I
last week in Samson, Interest annum paid on certed research and the
erans of the post Korean period, cent per program Following the recent announcement -
Alabama.Mr. GI loan privileges heretofore available Postal Savings, the System has development of additional researchers by Senators Sma-

only to veterans of outlived its usefulness for the and engineers throughan then and 1 Holland and Congressman s* .
and Mrs. B. L. Simmons World War II and the Korean American people.The "aquacultural" curriculum Haley ofa federal grant of
visited their son, Mr. and Mrs. Conflict, carries its own min- Postmasternoted that as of could assure us of continuingto $2! 530 to finance! a five and a Bernard Wilson
Charlie Simmons in Tallahasseelast imum deadline of ten years after June 30, 1965, there were 977- have first call on the nearby hall! month Head Start programin I

weekend.Mr. the signing of the bill, which 029 depositors holding certificates marine resources. Punts Corda, Florida, addi- POST #4538 VFW I
was March 3, 1966.A in iSOpoit offices Professor Keeler, a marine tional details on the grant have OFFICERSThe
ELECTS
and Mrs. William C. maximum eligibility date of throughout the nation The biologist, points out that although been released by Frank K.

(Heddie) Harden visited their 20 years after discharge from number of depositors has been the oceans cover 70 per- Sloan, director of the Atlanta Wakulla Memorial Post
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David the qualifying active service is declining, he said, at a rate of cent of the earth's surface, they Regional Office, Office of Economic -
4538 of Veterans of
Foriegn
Dunlap in Albany, Georgia, last also in the law. Veterans discharged about 6,500 per month. furnish only 1 percent of theworld's Opportunity.The Wan met Bud'sCafeat
said that food supply at cnt.I at Spring
weekend.Mr. because of service con- The Postmaster unpaid pre child development pro-
Creek for a dinner meeting and
nedted disabilities will have the deposits remaining in the wonder what would happen gram will benefit 54 children.
and Mrs. Maynard Mash maximum 20 years entitlement. Post Office beyond June 30, to our beloved old nursery rhyme The children will attend classes election of officers for the com

and children of Thomasville, Dixon 1 said the veteran must holda 1967, would be transferred to bewailing the fate of Humpty seven hours per day, five days ing year.
Georgia, were recent visitors of discharge other than dishonor the Treasury Department In a Dumpty if Dr. R. George Jaap per week. A staff of five professionals The following officers were elected BONNIE/ ELIZABETH MOORE

Mrs. Mash's parents, Mr. and able. If released because of a trust fund and would be avail- dream becomes reality and four nonprofessionals : Post Sr.Commander, James RECEIVES COLLEGE. DEGREE
C. Vice Commander
Mrs. Lloyd Crum. service connected disability, able for payment without time will conduct three classes Taylor Rev, i 11 Vice'-
Otto Junior
the service time maybe less than limitation whenever proper in one neighborhood center, Commander, | Revell Bonnie Elizabeth Moore, dau-
An Ice cream social was en- < the stipulated 180 plus days per- claims are received. RACING REVENUE with eighteen children per class. Quartermaster, Forrest Hardy Coxen; ghter of Mr. and Mrs Fbumoy
joyed by all who attended the The applicant agency is the ; Moore of Crawfordville, Florida -
Congregational Holiness Church lCThe new law also benefits those FUNDS DISTRIBUTED Charlotte County Board of Pub- Post Advocate and, Service Jewell Officer Hudson; graduated April 21, 1966,

Friday night. servicemenwho remain on active lic Instruction. Dr. Hugh A- Chaplain from Florida State University
PROGRAMAT Tallahassee-State
CHOIR MUSIC
Comptroller John Pigott Sergeant-at-Arms
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duty after completing at least dams superintendent of with a Bachelor of Science Degree
Fred O. ( Bud) Dickinson, Jr, Luther Tucker; Trustees three -
Mrs. Carlton Evans was honored of service. They may SOPCHOPPY
two years today announced schools. in the Field of Buslne .
distributionof Leo Falk 2
with a stork shower, given by obtain VA guaranteed loans while METHODIST/ CHURCHThe $2, 512,000 in racing tax rev- years D. Turner, ,1 year yean, George, J. Bonnie was also a graduate of
her Sunday School Class last still in the Armed Forces. For choir at Sopchoppy Me- enue to Florida counties. Crum. Crawfordvtll High School in
night at the Baptist: further Information on this, it is 1962.
Thursday eligi- thodist Church will present a The May distribution, Dick- EASTERN STAR SETS Installation of the new officers She is taking a vacationnow

Church. ble suggested veterans that, or potentially in-service per- program<' of music Sunday, May inson said, represented an in- FRY FOR JUNE 'II! will be held at Simmons Lodgeon but plans to enter the Business -
FISH Field in the
hour.A creaseof$268OOO o er the Silver Lake on Monday June near future.
Mrs. Jamie Sanders is a patientat sonnell see the local Veteran 22, at the evening worship ,
the Tallahassee Memorla: Service write free will offering will be taken May, 1965, distribution.By The Crawfordville Chapter, 13th, at 7i30. George Robison

Hospital. County Dixon at Officerlor St. for the choir program In tie law, the racing tax money Is No. 242, Order of the Eastern and Forrest Coxen have promised FLORIDA' EXTENSION HOME
Petersburg, Fla.LANDSCAPING. church. distributed! in equal shares to Star, will have a fish fry on barbeque chicken.
Happy birthday to Callle Col- Mrs. Fay Baker and Miss Patsy Florida's 67 counties June 11 at the new Masonic All veterans eligible to join ECONOMICS WEEK
Roberts in of the Dickinson said the current distribution the local post'should attend.
are charge in Crawfordville.
vin, Terry Land, Cleveland Re- Temple 22-28 1966
The week of ,
May
,
vell, BlomaDolin, ValmaRudd, PROGRAM choir program. Miss Karen Tully will send $36,000 to It will start at 6:00 P.M. and No. 4538 now stands third in the
Vonlta Vause and Linda Stowell. SET AT.IKMW'S CLUB is the organist and Miss Ne- each county. That is $4,000more the price is $1 foradults and 504 membership quota drive) Brooks- Is being Bums proclaimed as Florida by Extension Governor
Wayne Roddenberry is the pi- than was received in distribution for children. viDe leads with 186%, Titus- Home Economics Week.
a year ago. ville next with 184M, and Wa-
Mrs. Ruby McKenzie was admitted County Agent Wheaton will anist. The major objectives of the
Invited The current allocation, Dick- kulla with 175*.
to the Tallahassee Mem- show films and talk on land- I The public is cordially week will b. inform the
inson I people
reported, brings the total
orial scaping at the next oithe f to attend this inspirational p o-
Hospital Sunday night May meeting distribution to counties for the of Florida about the educational -

15. Club.Crawfordville Woman's gram. fiscal year to $17, 956, 000. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT services available to Florida -

That amounts to a total of $268- families through Extension
The meeting Is scheduled for 000 for each Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tucker Mrs. Inex Walker and Mrs. Ed Home Economics programs,
county, and so increase -
June 7 at the clubhouse starting for the fiscal announce the birth of a baby Levy went to Jacksonville last something of how the Extension
atS'OOP.M.All $24,000 period of boy, Richard Thomas, born May Sunday to visit Mrs. Walker's Home Economics progr mil cur
members are urged to attend Hal Blantori from Tallahassee per county. 12th at T llahasse Memorial sister, who Is in the hospital. rently serving Florida families,*
Mr. Albert Moor Is a patient and bring a guest for this spent last weekend with Eddie Hospital. They have two other Mrs. Walker's father Mr. Holly, and torn* of the results Extension -

In Tallahassee Memorial Hospi informative program. Whaley. boys, Donnle and Joey. returned with them for a visit. Home Economics work in
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2713 Margaret Montgomery Chevy Ann,Chase Alabama Dispennette Drive ,i! gcx e One nice thing about' Atomic Energy. .


HENRY WILLIAMS You are hereby ordered and re-!j-: .
luired to serve a copy of your
REALTY answer or other pleadings to the I <
:omplaLnt filed against you in "
he above court on plaintiff at- '
Reg. Real' Estate Broke :arneys, Clyde W. Atkinson, ,

St. Marks Flo.' 15 East Tennessee Street, Tal- I
uhassee, Florida, and Hayward
Phone 74/ {. Atkinson, of Atkinson G At-

Jnson, 400 North Adams Street,
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES Tallahassee, Florida, and to
file the original in the office of it keeps the traditional fuels on their competitive toes !

Associate: the Clerk of the Circuit Court,
Crawfordville, Florida, on or
W. M.
Hatcher. Sr. before the 28th day of May A.
Phone H 6-3201 D. 1966, otherwise the allegations
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of said complaint will be .

taken as confessed by you. .. ". ', :-"
Dated at Crawfordville, Wa ; OAL '
If You Need. kull ;County, Florida, this 21st r
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Office .Supplies Moody Pearce i
Clerk of the Circuit Court ;
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Office Furniture WakulLi County, Florida
S Business Machines Byi IsBeatrice DuggerD.

Set or Call C. I'l
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RANEY WHALEY Clyde W. Atkinson
515 East Tennessee Street I

Tallahassee, Florida ....,
CAPITAL'OFFICEEQUIPMENT and I .. ,
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DAVE HAMRICK Judicial Circuit, In and e i : e I
For Wakulla Count, Florida.In 1 I

'INSURANCE AGENCY Chancery Washburn 81. Guess who won last time bids were taken? I
Keats Arthur ,

AUTOMOBILE Plaintiffvs Coal! .
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MARINE NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONTO of our new Crystal River power station on :
: Verba M. Washburn

FIRE Augusta P. O. Box, Georgia 5126 ., I the basis of a long term coal contract.It i I

PHONE 877-3/08/ '
You are hereby notified that a will produce electricity cheaper than
for Divorce
1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 Bill of Complaint I
has been filed against you, and
oil nuclear fuel.
TALLAHASSEE FLA. you are required to serve a copy I C or gas or
of Answer or Pleading totheBillotComplaintonthe
your I: But coal isn't going to win them all.

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LEON fiEPTIC TANK Richard O. Mitchell of Mitchell ; Our studies show that time is on the side
.. I C; Mitchell, 103 North Cadsden ; I
SERVICE;* Street, Tallahassee, Florida,
Answer 'I of the atom-its cost is coming down.It .
and file the original or
11 Clean OutRepair i Pleading in the office of the 'I
well be that
i' Clerk of the Circuit Court on or I II might our next plant expansion I
before the 13th day of June, S
New Installation I
The Best For Less 1966. If you fall to do so, will see us using nuclear fuel. I
judgment by default will be taken i

TelephoneTallahassee against you for the relief
I demanded in the Bill of ComI I -
877.1 tiJ: plaint. :
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Iit'lf'r 6:00: p.m. i DONE AND ORDERED at : : .
Crawfordville. Florida, this 9th
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,I I day of May, 1966. I I ; zI H FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION

/Moody Pearce I :
FOR SALE 3-bedroom modern Circuit Court
t Clerk of the s-pAviso. IHViTOI>-0HCD HICIKIC COUftHVTal1ahaM
frame house on school bus ite. By Beatrice Dugger, D.C.
Inquire at Cartaway'sCITCO: /sRichard O. Mitchell
service station 3-1/2 milts north l' Richard O. Mitchell of
of Crawfordville. :1.5500.00:; Mitchell t 6 Mitchell '

I 103 North Cadsden Street

Tallahassee, Florida
I Attorneys for Plalntitf.

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FOR SALE 1-1/2 acre 1st. Under I ,
fence with good well with I
MINUTES OFWAKUtIA II .
COUNTY COMMISSION pump installed. Good garden. I
DIRECTORYPalornlze May 26, 1966 Approx. 5 blocks from Craw- i if'S'
fordville Courthouse. $900.00. I
Terms arranged. Contact A. C.
Commissioners I I
The Board of County
Hogue, P. O. Box 183, Craw-
Thew Advertisers of Wakulli County met I I I
fordville Fla.
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t I this the following date in vfordville present: Willard with 2t512.19.LOST I II II .: 1t_ '':'' ''!.' : '' "' 1.. : If" I "'1
I Carter Chalrm, George I

FRM a ai = I Little Folks Store, O. I. GRAMLING Young. Walker, Vlce-Chairmm, Ralph :Strickland;WilliamD. I FLORIDA STATEToday I

IM"The and John L. Davis, Commissioners I
FEEDS Capital1! ; Moody Pearce, Clerk;
i i I Majors for Minor"CAddren'e & CO.
J funutur Toy, W. R. Taff, Sheriff; and J. H. OR STRAYED s Crawford s
Garnet Hobbies OM-Stop Scnrk for Hudson, County Attorney.The ville vicinity 4 year-old male thru Saturday
Flint Baby Aocee.orw. > minutes of the last meet- Siamese cat named Nicki. Col-
River
Mills Feed'SeedFertilizerPoultry
rely S. lIun.... ,ph. 223.0274 I 133 N. Monroe St. Ph. 222-1146 Ing we c read and approved. lar and tag. Call Mike Head, "THE GREATEST STORY Today thru Saturday ay
I Supplies Motion by CommlssionerWalker WA6-3131, Crawfordville. EVER TOLD"
Garden ToolsSo. to invest the $500,000.00loan 5/19 "SHANE"
from the
Secondary High-
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S.A.LR.R.Crerlag I Two Showings Daily and"JOHNNY
... Adana at way Trust Fund in minimum
Baker-Alford saving certificates failed for I 200P.M.$1.25 RENO"
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Phone 222-4812 lack of a second.Mr. I 800PM.: 1.50 I
I "Tin Pam H_.". Walker moved that the Children under 12 75*
r Anything for your 'auto, truck $42.06 owed the County by the
Light Weight a4 RtgalorConorit or tractor. Also for your powr estate of the late Julius Duggar, !
I lawnmower, and much for your former Tax Assessor of
plotkt:, boat Wakulla CLASSIFIED ...,j .

Hanson, Wood and 208 N. Adams w St. PIj222-l98o collectable.County, be written The motion off as was un WAKULlA GARDENS PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN !
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Hoel Ind., Inc. __ duly seconded and carried. IIDUIDATION SALE OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE HWY.
S.Adam St. at 4-PolnU rmM's ifs4 The Board aPP'Ovedhe vou-
.TtL 222-5840 P. 0. BOil jI/t1 chers before them and directed We cordially Invite Wakulla ""'I
that warrants be issued in pay- I County residents to our Liquidation -
1r r therefor. Sale of lots in Units I and thru
.... ment Today Saturday
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Therebeingno further business IV, June 11th -- 12th;sale start-
I coming to the attention of the ing 11100 A. M. Lot prices Thursday, Friday C Saturday"MALAMONDO" "'
Board, the same was adjourneduntil starting at$250.00, SK' down and "FERRY CROSS the MERSEY"
Yea. re r May 23rd, 1966, at the $10.00monthly. Approximately !]I
t i I Inc.Jnturtxtt hour of 9:00 o'clock A.M. 85 lots left (inside and highway I 'WHEN THE BOYS MEET .
e I Approved: Willard Carter, frontage). Anyone interested nIt CIRLS" "RETURN OF MR. MOTO"
Chairman prior to sale time may contact
: .*d BtnuUtl4 I' Attest Moody Pearce, Clerk Joe Harlan, c/o Panacea Dev. "TICKLE ME" "TOWN TAMER"
8. Adami St-Ttl. 222-4680 Corp., P. O. Box 7, Panacea ,
Florida, Phone No. WA6.7721Crawfordvllle '

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4 FOR Medicines'M.: C.opeutiv.tap.rlmcdJ .ii Representation !

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D.peed.W.", ,, L.vdr 7.1 Hal Davis will luoi 4 each .atwIU..N.uew.. *Jilllct NI D.strict, .its 'W" >t. *. The beiieprt..
count I 1",01.,. ..II III',. ta w I...k lWA."...lyj staron, is th.- w' ,v closest to fhpeo- Charley Johns voted to take representation
I County o l rtprmnl mtrlpolll away from the people., He voted against
., ? !. FroDilli Coulr. < pie Ir, the I pledge to represent
I will Irvlf .U 2FMlfe rVV subdividing this |large 24 .< Ihlf ..::t"l 2 ail' the < end Impartially.
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EducationHal

Davis will support taking pol;"':al l 'interrenc .
"The Shell Game"The '- *. and n,r Jd.my; out of our *'1 'vonals Charley Johns' record for political interference.

'I (' tcm I will support an increase t .,t hors ,in our educational, | institutions speaks for
'wants and ..
r/tntr Incentives 'o insure e itself
year was 1966 and James E. Joanos had piled up an tukre' of f quality edu<- ',on for our child, "")
impressive vote in the first primary for the 25th Senatorial
j District race.
Many people who voted for James E. Joanos were par. > TaxationHa
ticularly impressed with his forthright pledge "to do all in
his power to see to it that the 24 county district is subdividedso >s will support 'tdl ior of our tax
that each section will again have its own senator." '+ 'Pr stru if to obtain. more equity for all the
I James E. Joanos, leading contendor for the 25th Senatorial pe.4'Uppermost "I, my "" ,I will be the
District said "The people of North Florida .. ChanJohns voted for a sales tu.on gro-
have been victimized V''.1. ran < '''e homeo ij""'"t bur.
by the Shell Game'" As children Genes
we played guessing "" I'nwre 1"4' ( on f 'ti ', I vill oppose
which pecan shell the pea was under. Only, the one who 'ff /''' .
t. l'stabl'Sh
any">< d >di<' tax on
arranged the pecan shells, usually saw to it that the pea got .
lost. This is called "the Shell Garni". By this same token, grotnes and_me ne.I
been under lost.this "fair reapportionment" plan YOUR senator has fJ I I Siect

The U. S. Supreme Court refers to it as "Equitable
representation." The newspapers have named it "One man I
one vote". But YOU THE PEOPLE of this 24 county district have been dragged into an oldfashionedgame DAVIS
of political: flim flam. HAL
four senators.North Florida residents HAD fourteen senators, but in this reapportionment you now have only

The stakes are extremely high in this "Shell Game". Consider carefully. Weigh and evaluatethe
main issue in this campaign. Which of these candidates by training, ability and know how can best
serve us in the 25th District to get this twenty four county "monster district" divided during the next Senator, Group 5 on May 24th
two years? N "" Uw

James E. Joanos has tile training, ability desire and know how to help us.

VOTE FOR AND I
James E. Joanos .

ELECT .. OPC[ [aa400aGOLDEN; SPECIALS:
SENATOR 25th DISTRICT
Pd. Pol. Adv by Citizens To Elect Joanos EAGLENEEDS
YOUR SUPPORTFOR
MORE RECREATION SPECIALS FRI.. SAT.,
LANDS & WATERS -

Colonial





You Need Experience i SUGAR



MAKES YOURS A
Fresh Grade "A" FRYERS 33c
GOLDEN EAGLE FAMILYbuys _

i 1 year Golden Passport
lor you and your family to 1.000 federal T BONE STEAK, 79c
Outdoor Recreation Areas glut!! i hand _
to some Award Certificate suitable lor
I represent you framing(very penny of your$1 is used 59c
lor more Stale. county local Indfeder.1 CHUCK ROAST LB. .
Recreation lands and Waters
Mail coupon todayOPERATION ,
in the Senate BIG CHIEF FLOUR 5 lbs. 49c
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I"' .- ;COLDEN IAGIEliiriw -----I _
oT Outdoor ItuMlioaO.pl
I Itoi77 lW Nabisco PfC.\: SHORTBREAD COOKIES 14 o .49c
I lllliloli' 0 C 70014
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S.nd mt Gold* ,1 ind A 'd C.
Legislative experience now carries unprecedented t 'dint. nclouif ch.,k U money oid" IItortr J Bama MAYONNAISE qt. 49c'
p.eebie lo liirtiu tl Outdoorocroilion i iI
weight! I I II
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I ....11"-M..'. old; cross EvaP MILK, 2'cans for 29c.

I, More than half of the seats in the Senate in the Aae"I
I nnuun or, 01' I IMS Pork & Beans-No. 21lQ 10. for 99 1
next session of the Legislature will be filled by L..J can

new Senators GIANT riDE 79c

,

". An experienced Senator has tremendous advantage! He knows the details CRAVfORDVlLLE HIGH 'BANANAS_. 2 Ibs. 25c

of (legislative organization and committee work. He will hold key committee SCHOOL MENU FORNEXT WE SELL '

I assignments. He knows how to get things done. He can do a for more effective Monday WEEK_ ITIIAVElERSI MONEY ORDERSSHOP

i t job representing you and your interests in Tallahassee. Meat Sauce ofSpanish

Parsley PotatoesCabbageCarrot
Salad LOCALLY AND SAVE
t SEN. JOHNS FAVORS SUB-DISTRICTING Peach Halves
Bread Butter
l Milk PIGQT1YS STORE

TuesdaySliced MEDARTPIGOTL'S. .. . ..
Previous efforts to sub-district have not been fair, nor would they have with a mMashed

stood court tests. Senator Johns wants and will work for any FAIR sub-districting Creen BeansGrapefruit Potatoes
Sections
plan that adequately resolves the one man-one vote court require. BreadButterMilk .,

ment. Wednesday Rice CASH AND CARRY

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Tossed Salad FORMERLY DURRAHCE STORE
Vote for Experience! Vote for Fair Sub-Districts Fruit Bread Cocktail- ButterMilk '
Shop Here For.
; Ice cream
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Vote May 24th to Return Thunday

HamburgersLettuce Tomatoes ALUMINUM SCREEN WIRE.
j Potato Chips
Jello wFruitCookies
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1 TO THE Bread ButterMilk BUILDING SUPPLIES-AUTO. PARTS

CHARLEY STATESENATE Friday :FEEDSEEDFERTILIZERSTANDARD

JOHNS Spaghetti: .

E. Meat Turnip\ Sauce Greens OIL PRODUCTS ,

I Apple Sauce
Cornbread -"
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Our Choice Is Haydon Burns f fHfe CRAWFORDVILLE, FLORIDA

We Indorse Our Friend And Neighbor

L Ha)don Burns For Governor
'Keep Florida For Floridians'Out


of State radical political extremists are tryingt

? take: control of Florida. A vote for Haydon Burns is. MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT

.etc against! the radical evtremists. A vote for Haydon ,r FOR FOUR YEARS OF \,

;Sums: means a vote to keep Florida for Floridians. Keep PROVEN PROGRESS
Haydon Burns working for Florida and for you.
EXPERIENCED LEADERSHIP

INTEGRITY GOVERNMENT



Haydon Burns says, "I 1 want the vote of every thinking_citizen,

, but I will not bargain for the extremist liberal vote." Haydon. Haydon Burn*hat alwaya. been
little
GOVERNOR HAYDON BURNS: HIS RECORD the choice of the manOFACHIEVEMENTLEADERSHII'INTEGRITY
Burn's opponent is in the run-off only because he controls the
PROMISES A BRIGHT FUTURE FOR FLORIDA. I
extremist liberal vote. The thinking Floridians must vote and I !

re-elect Hayon Burns. .1.1j

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We believe Florida hu pronwMd
.. under the present admiD tratlon.I .
all-Florida
i Burns has himself
proven u an ,
I governor In 1965 under the administration of GovernorHaydon Burns, hi*Governor opponent Burnt or critic in spite may aay of what,hai
I By his accomplishment*by his experience, done.an exceptionally rood. Job.,
I by his integrity, he has earned the right to Florida reached new heights in
: succeed himself in the state's highest office.
EDUCATION TOURISM .
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BUSINESS AND INDUSTRIAL GROWTH

I, *. EMPLOYMENT AND PERSONAL INCOME Governor Haydon Burns

I ti's ? The/ Best Qualified
uydon Burns-For Good Of florlda
, NEW ROADS, HIGHWAYS, EXPRESSWAYS

J L11 ALL ACCOMPLISHED WITHOUT ANY TAX INCREASE!



II A Governor Who Gets'Things Done trated Governor in officehthattih Haydon Burn.he hai hu held demonI' thu-
I importuit hi* the adminit-i
trative experience and ability to fill the '
office with i dignity and vision that ia neededat
this time of the atatei greatest growth
KEEP HAYDONWorlditfy BURNS, and all-Florida development.his Governor. tned truly to.bean .
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for Florida and for You!

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We urge you to cut your the only .
voter I.
man In.the race with a record of
accomplishment in the Capitol.

Haydon Burns: !

GOVERNOR BURNS ,knows and understands the beliefs, needs, Proven Leader

problems and desires of the people

V 01 e' .
Gov..Iurns Deserves.It-election..
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MAGNOLIA GARDENS
W. Floyd Williams OR 2 P-S31 Lot 1 Tarpon Shorts .. 25.72..:CHURSDAY.--MAY 19.:._1966.
Thomas E. Rowell, Jr. Lot 17 Tarpon ShoresWAKULLA ---- -- -- 25.72. Katie and Allie Vann Lots 11 C 12 Blk A -.'- 5.94 I
M. C S. Talbot Lot 28 Blk A 3.47
GARDENS 1. nil .:. George Joe Jr. I
> Theresa H. .' ,_--: ;:; : ._ .. 4 Idell Thornton Lot 37 Elk A 13.47
Max W. ;
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Thompson Lot 17 8lk 1 _'- .. 3.47 Edith Ruth Davis Lot 42 BIle A !&.47
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Bertha W. Allison Lot 24 Kk 4 '_ ,. .3.47 Mrs. Nell Dearing Lot 44 Elk A ,3.47

Calvin A. Jones Lot 5S 8lk 4" :. J .: .....-_. 3.47 Virginia Fry Lot 47 Elk A ;3;47''

Emmett Camp Lot 38 Elk 4 .... 3.47 Ronald L. Rockhill Lot 50 Elk A 3.47
Letter L.C Kathrine Freeman Lot 42 Blk 4 3.473.4r
... Kenneth Silke Lot 60 Blk A 3.47 '
C. R.. Green Lot 46 Blk 4 :; -.- '
Kay Ann Roberts Lot 49 Blk 4 ,w; : 3.47 F. Mark C Marie Rhoadcs Lot 6S Blk A :3.47
Mrs. Ben F. Roberts Lot SO Ilk 4 3.47 Virginia Crcnier Lot 96 Blk A ,3:47. '

Milbum B. and Venice Joseph W. Bailey Lot 111 Blk A 3.47.
B. Waller Lots 69 C 70 Elk 4 47.35 Mrs. Hannah Gilbert Lot 115 Blk A 3.47_

William R. Godwin Lot 84 Elk 4 3.47 Joyce Louise Land Lot 117 Blk A 3.47
Romona Codwin Lot 85 Blk 4 3.47
'3.47 Carl Eldridge Lot 143 Blk A 3.47
Arcadio Collar Lot 21 Blk 5
Raymond E. Legans Lot 27 Blk 5 3.47 Johnnie Ruth Mixon Lot 151 Blk A 3.47
Donnie R. Blizzard Lots 51 C 52 Elk 5 5.94 Malcolm James Hercamp: Lot 9 Elk D 3.47 \
R. L. White Lot 3 Blk 6 3.47 Edgar W. G Bessie H. Moulton Lot 10 Elk D 3.47 I'
Owen 1.. Cychcs Lot 8 Blk 6 3.47
Rawlcy C Dorothy Coodall Lot 14 Blk 6 3.47 George Tcyssier, Jr. Lot 38 Blk D 3.47
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Irene Kinnon Lot 18 Blk 6 3.47 Ralph E. G Mary Weaver Lot 46 Blk D 3.47
Mrs. Lela Ellenburg Lot 35 Blk 6 3.47 Edna Ottcndorfcr Lot 47 Elk D 3.47 "
Hollis C Dorothy Franklin Lot 36 Blk 6 3.47
3.47 John C. C Lillian Davison Lot 19 BIle E 3.47
Edward C Dorothy Zanier Lot 25 Blk 8
Paul 1.. Lasseter Lots 6 C 7 Blk 9 5.94 Noel Leon Stascl Lot 23 Blk E 3.47

Johnny C. Hargltt Lot 8 Blk 9 3.47 Pickney W. C Margaret Wills Lot 10 Blk F 3.47
Certha Stevens Lot 24 Blk 9 3.47 Thomas E. Halyburton I Lot 11 Blk F ;,3/47
Walter Haney Lot 33 Blk 9 3.47
William K. Hamm Lot 33 Blk F 3.7
Oliver M. Everage Lot 48 Blk 9 3.47
Harold E. Shoup, Jr. Lot 34 Blk F 3.47I
Lindscy L. C Irene Maples Lot 7 Blk 10 3.47 I
3.47 Richard D. Allison Lot 4 Blk HSo 3.47 '
Hilton L. Willis Lot 6 Blk 11
Billy Muse Lots 20 C 21 Blk 11 3.47 B. BushThomas Lot 13 Blk H 3.47 : .

Mrs. Homer C. Cochran Lot 20 Blk 12 3.47 Chappell Lot 23 Blk H 3..7'
Bryceson C. C Gary Malone Lot 46 Blk 12 3.47 Kenneth W. C Mildred Harshman Lot 40 Blk I 3.47

Bcrvin F. Howell Lots 31 C 32 Blk 13 5.94 C.N. Youngblood Lot 41 Bile I 3.47
Mollie O. Davis Lot 38 Blk 13 3.47 Mrs. Marjic D. Kubera Lot 23'Blk J 3.47
Mrs. Saundra Newman Lot 47 Blk 13 3.47 Russell S. Myers Lot 2 Blk K 3.47

.. Mrs. Aileen Barefoot Lot 68 Blk 13 3.47 Martha C. Boyer Let: 36 Blk K 3.47
Betty Allen Lot 4 Blk 14 3.47 Horace H. Estes Lot 52 Bile K 3.47

John Archibald C Lot 22 Blk 14 3.47 C. D. Ragan Lots 11 C 12 Blk L 5.94

Robert Frazier Elizabeth S. White Lot 13 Blk L 3.47
Lot 30 14 3.47
Elizabeth Wyatt Blk Wallace E. Hendcr::: n Lot 35 Blk L 3.47
Cable Lot 57 Blk 14 3.47
Betty Leonard D. C Louise Thorp Lot 47 Blk L 3.47
Lot 72 Blk 14 3.47
Ferman M. Crapps William T. McDamcls Lot 16 Blk M 3.47
Malcolm Reese Lot 31 Blk 15 3.47
Pittman, Sophia,
Harold Edwards George, Sr. Lot 53 Blk 15 3.47 Jerry Hcnslcy Lot 33 Blk M 3.47
Lot 55 Blk 15 3.47
Kenneth C. Moore Eugenia Helen Stelmach Lot 8 Blk N 3.47
Lot 33 Blk 16 3 47
James H. Clisson Leslie D. Johnston Lot 24 Elk N 3.47
Gottlieb C Anna Hermansdorfer Lot 65 Blk 16 3.47 Ruby M. Willhitc Lot 38 Elk N 3.47

Raliegh W. Morrison Lot 17 Blk 17 3.17 Mrs. Cleo Hall Lot 51 BIle N 3.47

P.H. Wilson Lot 23 Blk 17 3.47 Claim P. Houscr Lot 52 Blk N 3.47

Franklin Thurmond C Trudy Beck Lot 24 Blk 17 3.47 Claude G Helen Rumford Lot 1 Blk 0 3.47

i\, Eula D. Lowry Lot 41 Blk 17 3.47 Henry W. Shimp Lot 23 Elk 0 3.47
Mary C John Spears Lot 67 Blk 17 3.47 Ben Shelton Lot 25 Elk 0 3.47
Ella B. Little Lot 21 Blk 18 3.47 Milton T. Adams Lot 36 Elk 0 3.47

Clayton C. Church Lot 55 Blk 18 3.47 George M. Rcisttcttcr, Sr. Lot 37 Elk 0 3.47
Lottie Kitchen Lot 75 Elk 18 3.47 Mary Lee Armstrong Lot 11 BIle P 3.47
John R. C Bertha Giles Lot 29 Blk 19 3.47 Ethel E. McCuirc Lots 24 C 25 Blk P 3.47

Elizabeth G Andrew Swincy Lot 44 Blk 19 3.47 toward I Barnthouso Lot 29 Blk P 3.47

Jess Martin C Elva J. Price Lot 2 Blk 20 3.47 J. W. C Syblc B. Tucker Lot 47 Bile P 3.47
3.47 Jack E. Fussill Lot 9 Blk Q 3.47
Bows Lot 16 Blk 20
Margaret Nellie Mac Brunt Lot 22 /BIle Q 3.47
44 Elk 20 3.47
Lot
France Brooks M. E. Weldon I I B. Brunson Lot 29 Plk Q 3.47
Donald F. Burchfield Lot 67 Blk 21 3.47 Hugh Tyre Lot 3 Blk R 3.47
', Pauline E. Emmcrick Lot 7 Blk 21 3.47 Norman G Joan Stephens Lot 4 Blk R 3.47

! Howard R. and Jess Wilson Lot 14 Blk 21 3.47 Pearl Nielsen Lot 5 Blk R 3.47

Craig W. Milllngor Lot 20 Blk 21 3.47 Anne E. Sanders Lot 7 Blk R 3.47
Lois T. C J.lmesA.JsonJr.lot: 40, Blk R 3.47
Frank Namie, Jr. Lot 35 Blk 21 3.47

, Jack Dunn Lot 75 Blk 21 3.47

j Anne Emblcton C Robert S. Graham Lot 22, Blk 22 3.47
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Robert E. Lawrence, Jr. Lots 64 C 65 Blk 22 5.94

Esther I. Yarberry Lot 14 Blk 23 3.47

Lorcn J. C Velora Cole Lot 22 elk 23 3.47 Ii

William F. t Helen Miller Lot 29 Blk 23 3.47
Michael J. .Fulford Lot 43 Elk 23 3.47 My hank S

Russell Tolles Lot 44 Blk 23 3.47 II III
Leo C Mary Hcrmoslllo Lot 53 Blk 23 3.47
knows all
Caren Moletech Lot 2 Blk 24 3.47

Michael P. Burke Lot 8 Blk 24 3.47 M

Bobby Matthews Lot 23 Blk 24 3.47
the
Nicholas M. White, M.D. Lot 28 Elk 24 3.47 answers. t
Stella M. Conner Lot 34 Blk 24 3.47

Clyde H. McArthur Lot 37 Blk 24 3.47 '

Carol Ann Hardenburg Lot 8 Blk 25 3.47 Try it. .
Leonard W. Mitchell Lot 25 Blk 25 3.47 Y

Daniel Pope, Jr. Lot 33 Blk 25 3.47
Wilson R. Swartz Lot 47 Blk 25 3.47
Ervin E. Clay Lot 54 Blk 25 3.47 I

Sherry L. Blair Lot 55 Blk 25 3.47

Grace OrthFerdanand Lot 57 Blk 25 3.47 !
C Anna Knoop Lot 67 Blk 25 3.47

Mrs. Dorothy E. JamesRandolph Lot 69 Blk 25 3.47

L. Broache Lot 73 Elk 25 3.47 a: Ar i

Jerry Diglrolamo Lot 9 Blk 26 3.47 ij j

Randolph L. Broache Lot 42 Blk 26 3.47 f iI
Hugh Clifton Garrison Lot 72 Blk 26WAKULLA 3.47

GARDENS UNIT 11
bade! I
Billy M. Reece Lot 3 Blk 3 3.47 ..
George N. Riner, Jr. Lot 15 Blk 3 3.47 I

John P. Minnick Lot 44 Blk 3 3.47 And you'reright Ij Ij j
Everett G Valeria Sands Lot 73 Elk 3 3.47
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Judith F. Martinez Lot 22 Blk 4 3.47

Crews E. Breland Lot 43 Elk 4 3.47 j
as usual! r
J. B. Matthews Lot 47 Blk 4 3.47 !

Lot 49 Blk 4 3.47
Dorothy Louise Bussey i I

Jacquelyn J. Barrett Lot 55 Blk 4 3.47 \ Ij II j
Imogene Byer Lot 63 Blk 4 3.47 I I

Herbert L. Jacobs Lot 14 Blk 5 3.47 There might be a few things we don't know, but we

James C Virdie McGee Lot 22 Blk S 3.47 know everything about banking! That's why you're to confident

Lot 27 Blk 5 3.47
C. Tuttle
Frances when you come to us. You know that we know what we're doing!
Arthur C. Rhodes, Jr. Lot 46 Blk 5 3.47 I
Savings Accounts, Checking Accounts, a Complete loan Service,
Bert Thompson Lot 59 Blk S 3.47 I
3.47 Safe Deposit Boxes, Travelers Checks, expert Financial Advicet
Carl and Madge Carter Lot 31 Blk 6

Mrs. L. B. Cibbs Lot 23 Blk 7 3.47 whatever your banking need, were' ready to help. t

William L. Vickers Lot 46 Elk 7 3.47
Remember th. name of our bank the next time you're
E. Cuy Bagwell Lot 59 Blk 7 3.47

Mary R. Harriagon and Hugh Lot 74 Blk 7 3.47 I looking for-Full Banking Services. Many fine people dol I

William M. Craham, Jr. Lot 87 8lk 7 3.47

Mrs. J. Hubert Griffin Lot 17 Elk 9 3.47
LEWIS STATE BANKHonda's I
David L. Ravencraft Lot 20 Blk 9 3.47
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Helen S. Fort Lot4SElk9 r
Milbum B. Waller Lot 2 BIle 25 3.47 #" bMatua .

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JERRY CHARLEY L. P.PETE.
ROBERT B. (C.
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\"11: "PETE" ; ._ .: ) (.OSTLV CHORE Trailer Fire .

GIBSONto f Painting windows la not ,&u.,,,..
t F only tedious, It',' costly. industry Causes $3,500 R L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME .
sources estimate
that
STATE SENAtE i Licensed Embalmer & Director
II'; It can cost as much as $350 Funeral
SIXTH DISTRICtff f 'In
per window every year with DamagePANACEA
"- Phone 697-3366
a fOR 15 windows in the average
d : r house, that totals over $35 a A fire la the "
Sensible Re-apportionment year and helps explain the 'trailer home of William En- CXKRABELLE, FLA. 1':'
L ,* More Industry-More Jobs recent rise in popularity of finger was brought under con "21 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" ,
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defective wiring since the hot '
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the inside of the 50-foot aluminum r
h trailer. Enfinger, owner of
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Iders Into Florida politics is : firmed that Bobbyism threatens FREE 111{ e. MT p. assiees
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rate? There Is only one'ant 1965 Chevrolet, $1895 1 164NFordeb.rp / :

t.er. They are attempting toI' Ur : election of Bobby High would With The Purchase 0 4 Cine.door, ledan automatic with 9 cylinder en- 4 door aedan with .w radio> $, t295 bat

the radical liberal cindi- put "Bobby Kennedy one state Any Used Car Over r.dIO.>*hatter. Real tranimlulon sharp and .r AIR wlnmatle CONDIUONLR.'.nIll\JaIJOII.anll

ate to further the ambitionsf up in his maneuvering to reach $600 From Either of 1964 GMC.$1295 1963 Chevrolet $1295

the "New York senator fromtassachusetts" the White House." Our 0 K Used Car owner ft ton pick up truck, clean, on. 'torV* with "ck! lh"t an
Lots. 1964'Chevrolet. $1495 $995
via Washing These out-of-state forces of Vdoor Belalr Sedan, radio 1B9U612' Bit BJ( Buy.

,n. Now he wants to run the radical, liberal extremism represent clean healer one, automatic owner, ".lIIml loa. Ford $1245
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fate of Florida. All thinking the philosophy that is Volkswagen. $1195 ,
.1&I door, radio heater on. owner 1963 .orva i r $1095
Miens must go to the polls In direct contradiction to the IIO'nI LOT OPIC" TrU. rao .. Chevrolet $1395 Convartlbl with .
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SAM MILEY 0 (DICK) BOB L' HUGH RALPH WILLARD C. NELTO'J: KENNETH
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KULLA COUNTY GROUP NO. 2OTB L. P. 'Pete' Gibson led 7 opponents in '
FOR ONE) the! "dotted" counties above he
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McAllister is running on his record, not residence!

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B COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO 4 Senator L. P. 'Pete' Gibson's widespread first primary strength is pictured above. That he out-

OTE FOR ONE) polled his run-off opponent in 21 of 24 counties, and led in 17 counties proves that his appeal to

the people is based on merit rather than sectionalism.
fillard Carter

Living only 12 miles from the geographic center of the Sixth District, an Alumnus of both state
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universities, and a vigorous, conscientious senator with a proven record of service to the people,

R MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD. DISTRICT NO. 1 PETE GIBSON is best qualified to represent the people of all/24 counties.
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AND REMEMBER, PETE GIBSON VOTED AGAINST THE 24 COUNTY MONSTROSITY! HE

elton Jernigan IS FIRMLY COMMITTED TO SENSIBLE APPORTIONMENT.VOTE .

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> "partial financing of my Sen. Cross SaysHe'll TRACK MEET

Branford r "captured the C t\U\)
for educationwill on' 0
program with 53 points, uttln
records 1n that clas8Ulcation.
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be One wu also tied
\. provided by a Back Davis The Pirates' Andy Cheer
cleared the bar It u' Salthe

1 severance tax on pole vault ecllplllnir the oldrecord
Stale Sn J Emory (Rod menial health and In agrirul- of W 1Wton .el by HOll lU''

phosphate and minerals." Cross, w1!h., lost 1 out Ir a three lure Whltfleld. Wewahltchkl

I way prim,.ry election last TuesI"I feel he would do bettor year.Coach Faster Shepherrt'

day said today hrll vote fur,job !for) the district m :11lrf''I; + thlncltdi also won the Pnn'
Hal Davis of Quincy: in the Ihan Senitir ,'Johns would: dn medley relay, Ronald Lee :E?

May 24 runoff I 'He iliavM i Ms' piibm.1)He : Kelly, Cheney and John FIUI.
ROBERT KING IIIGII added he's nit trying to pledged himself In sub-district- turned In a time of 342.1 and
aclu'
April 21.1966: tell anyone else how to vote. ing{ I jer, finally, reel 1 the has. was those 10 points that w

Florida Education Association i Convention'H" ", .Miami..._. Beach Davit opposes Sen Charley r ca of su'idi' "'Inrtng: are better IV tOry made over the dlrferenchinha. pPd '

E Johns of Starke for the,with him u/' ihtn with,' Senator
Democratic Party nommaion:; to Johns. hecaiw1 JoHns, 1 nwn teethe third with 31: points

ROBERT KING HIGH WANTS A state senate from District S. ord i ;"IsI'uhl ihi ut ir"it." Don Ollverw of 51 Sow
Cross said he think. Davn Cross a,We! I' .t lie "U nut Academy of St Ausi I'n'' '

SEVERANCE TAX ON PHOSPHATE AND MINERALS would rrve Alarhua County endorsing(! I lnv rvir Jnln, \heaved the 12 C.pound tecnrrt hot in lA.h.I'rvent

better than Johns, even though 'and will not tannngn/( f<>r any for a. breaking Class the old mark of
'the lives Either Davis cnidi'ldf: '

This important new money will be used for education and will, 'I\I! '(' in Qumcv. 17i away miles from "" lun' not aitfm.tini; ti. fell M'St I"Joseph, teammate Robert

therefore lOairirsulle; ; Johns lives Inl"n.OInl'> !how to < nn' Ihii i iIstarke Webb won the IMvard hub.
provide
property owners relief from property taxes. ( simply how I am going to vote," hurdle In 18.2, The Flashes finIshed

Mining of phosphates Cross said he will, not vote Johns polled: the lirgest vole ( sixth with 14 points
stone, sand etc. takes fell to Robert
natural
away our Another record
for Johns for three reasons In the 24-
resources leaving only ugly, scarred earth. Mining of minerals 'I feel he (Johns) has no senate d"lr'l, with 33,000 plus mller.Rowe: Rowe turned In a 4:into
/knowledge of or interest In abarnl'e" na Uj polled about erase hIs own record by more
means a permanent loss of Florida's natural wealth. education regardless of what ?7:000!!!.. and Cross about 2<,wn than 12 seconds

,W he says, and would not make! Crawfordvllle broke three records
contribution to In finishing third, Don
any Improving
the 100 In 104 and
Currie ran
or continuing the support of aireducation Pe, hl. Aar, b "", InaILFCT the 440 In M\ 2 Harold Strlck

ROBERT KING HIGH DOES NOT WANT "H consistently. fought sub low land hurdles claimed a 2J.9 In the tall<

districting in the recent special DONALD L, O'C. I The other Class C ii-cort'
session and cast the deciding went to William Thompson oMnntveidc f
1 A SEVERANCE TUCKER the rt'"
TAX ON TIMBER vote this to ridiculous Inflict upon 24-county the people dLi- I Coup tRepreun4tlw \ CUM 129 4,"who, battering threw the r I

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TIMBERLAND PRODUCTS selves 11.4", : 41: Crawfoi drtlle MNewberiy I

r "He probably would be the lF Cooperative .. 26; Florida Sciwol
lone pork.chopper sitting In the for Deaf. 21 ; Bionson, 21. St
Through intelligent reforestation programs, timberland owners !Senate with the medium and D.pen4.1I1. LIVer 7.1lI'1alua.applaufr Joseph, M; Liberty CnuntvMontveidie II.,

large county senators, and 9; Melrose 711.
improve upon nature and make timberlands more pioductive. would have no Influence or amt Ransom, 3; Hilllai .,'
Everglades. 4; Fteepoi'' 4;
The encouragement and development of these power In shaping legislation" 1111..11I Fmpi.u.slI well lor lather aLvin := Taylor County 3: Kwtone
programs arc very vitalto Cross old Davis does havean ;; add more 10' ...urll ... Heights, 3; Ls Belle. 2. Paxon,
the growth of Florida. Interest In education In / lor all Male ..mplo'.I .... 1; Carrabelle 1. Poplar Springs,,

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Milt' 1 Robert CLAIC Rare, Bill II d 1,
pun r Mill Ilk.. School Doe, t CwrM
golnd.r. Tiilor 4. Clinton Hill Lb.-i iCnuiill
"The issue is :: i Robert B rbfr, til>.r :
Integrity Comm. 4175: 4117, Robtrl Row>. HlllUrd 1*>3i'
KM-1 I. Donald Currll. Crtwfordu' ,
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NOTICE Walk & ile lloaI1Rd NitCtrr* 6Andy TfiwrM HmvmHmnirai :
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Richard Cowdy Aortron Pndulhl 4i"> Wj Pmtnll, BrrklrrTunM, UMiH .
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ROBERT the ASCS Office In Crawford- 1 Hlrnld llrlch ina' Craw lordoil
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r FOR GOVERNOR and Hi Iliullliy l I. H"l Wot!: lumn Andruw-IAllen, fcb'n"Rintom, .tw Brlnfnril 4, Mori Umn]nBrumby .

old) the IIMIIIC III! Ihln iiilnnin liIt Rinnnm, I, tom Brtnnrr
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I AHfXfSUMtHTJERRY I llllllilllll| hllll sponsors" lllH 19.PSr.,, Vault I, Andrew CtiBruford .. ...
I An Open Letter to All Of My Friends: I IY Week, iHlls. It the tlnm. of I Hit- >. Hoillton. MM Whlt/l.ld rtcord.. old WlwUillchktr.nford rtcord 10.IP .

)eai when Amsi II'Olll. rviiywhere 1. Pi3> I P.ndle Kern r :, 4. lfID4 -mHwrt
Hhoiiltl, look In tlieli reel Wynne. Niwb.rrf, l1W I, OUT1M1

To my f friends in this area and especially those Jacksonville were raised from 12 mills to 22 W.CARTER and' loot lieallhHIII Cerr.b.Ill Ian iHlih, NurdlM.I43 1. Robert. web' ,
| 'llllly I Ihen. 1111 ill llx UIH) a. Auiuitlni, il Jn..oh. .1 Jim aiuwi.tll'l
who voted for me in the first primary in the mills and the bonded indebtedness of that city keep| up lhi. bubo on II )'caiiiiiinil I' John "), 3. ALOkYinoM,jb.r" Uwtllllm.", .. FdRobert 4.
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1 basis; Haiti HI'| i IMuaiilitMany : im \'-"nurd :!-(, H.rokl. Iht.kl.n
for Governor of Florida I i "; |p ivoile| me iiHliunicil nf Cruwfnrdvlln I William Htrrnl FT" '
campaign want to increased from $22 million to $175 million onrl Hun U>. rdW'\b JIm C*
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1 1I their fort lieuuixe or niiMlKhtly wn'Ji WB IT, I. Robert 81 Aiimllni
express my thanks for vote and while Burns nail 01 H k I n ontlltloiiH 01 li Jonrnh. II' iRroird Old
your support. was Mayor. .
I LED IN ALL BUT growths.;' lie inninieiiteil pioli, I'e.. old.. :at Wilier Mill UK" PliciDiicut
2 COUNTIES OVER Isms that ha\e Keneially leMiilleilIinin -I Will >m TnnmDtnn. tlnniirdt
Because of the false I I II I John Furlt: Brinlnrll ,1 H rf.n
many charges which 4. Bob High is for leaving the distributionof ,xlniplc/ iiPKlei Otherx may praku. Kirilnnt: 4
I I Il HIlfTfl f 11)111 nilMP SHllllllM flllll lIUDiileiK N .. ''d".b: rrtdr
I have been made in the run-off campaign I feel f race track funds as they are now distrib- HIII'li HH liamniPlloHHKail .. iteroi nl12f. ,01.0 I '.1 2 naR tl..ItL': nerd. arbrhni 1 1pr.ord ,

an obligation to the people of this area to provide uted-with each county receiving an equal l I 'leni ubiioinialllIPX.I en," ui i'liinlutoiyilelli U' ME l Oaf, J JoIn rdMcd'i.'n1 Llb ken rLromr
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certain font( lieallheek piovltleH 4. ,,"" Ow.n., Umn.ta a lto.arJ
factswhichwiflhelp you separate share, regardless of size or population. I the .'UII'1I111' 11,," the opiiuitunity .-1'I.' n tew'A'ton, u r 3 iiaM 4loh'room
truth from falsehood. OPPONENTSIh! I II each .year to help' eilili" ale thoptlblli Mm.n nrnntoi 1Rlro' 3. Lerrn".n.o. or\
5. The charge by Burns and his on the Iminpitaiiie/ of pie JIm IllMK Nfibrrri 10 < t'' Irnrd
supporters I \entlve care b. Orrild, M.cr.IIIMrr Cl..,.,-

r 1. The malicious charge by Burns that my that Bob High is for a severance tax on I I ;\loie |people| Mould enjoy goad! till' ni 1K4Mpr Lrr Mrdlrv Ed Klll Rrliy>. .Andrew I H tnfniiRonnld [blvp. .
loot heiillh ir they pad HB ninth John, rimr 11 1 .' ffrhoni fP .
K ; endorsement in the run-off was for sale for timber is not true. Bob High's position ona Htteiitlon to this. "I.el.t of health ...r rr 1. Criwfn I 1IW,rt,"r.o"4 MrlrniS.
I I an they tin heli' eyen and teeth Mile Nrllr I I. Umitllll iTntm.n: M
$500,000 or any price is an unmitigated lie. severance tax on timber is identical with lonlliiK to IM I ilwariU: Cal ftpffHTlti. A Liwll, .bfrr Tin' phew.1. C "Rulcn*'lnrdv Mr l,
Vote For end Com w JIW 'r li rouiiiliitlon TieHldent ]. Br nfnH! Cr",>nl' ru< nand
The facts that Burns tried I W, CARTfR n 'hamenr n.(ilnnl' II Un m.,:.
are to come to mine. We both at your Public S rvIc I .
health ell
are against a severance tax urged foot II. II t I o ncourses 41 Criwlnrnviil 1.1 Ntwbrrrf IK Fl"
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I CommMontr The MmCftitly for l Kehool for DOl' II B' II. $1
HdiooluKe children
Lakeland on two different occasions, Wednes- on timber. Rttpontblt, for rtduc I IniludlnK' online foot exumlimtloiiM A A"ttulini Mnntvrnt' Hi, *JgnrDlt. Metro 14 7 Liberty Mi,ml Conn RI"gaol ::
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I tioni of over I. 5. Milliard-1' Cvtriutl: 4 Rr.p.i9 .
where pOHHtble On the .. Ti rlor, Count. 1. Kf..on 1 U
day, May 4 and Thursday, May 5, to ask for $320,000,000 I other end of the life spun be S>l]. 1 fMlon I. OrrtMII I Pnpti.
My friends, I had no difficulty in deciding I 'In Il Iprlnti I ,
Utility F-tigrtt and Tf.ni recommended frequent checkups aai-1. Oonild Cirri C.rfnrdvilr
my support. I refused to meet with him. He ,.... I 1 as Kiv.ni' B OM""I 1 Jwn
who I would vote for in this run-off because. I portnlon lo Florid Arab (lot AmerltaN" nenlor tltlienn. riutll/ (itnlonl 4 Donnlt fn l. Pix
has since admitted that his accusation was dtnti ninny of whom have multiple Inn 77 .L int'aff Od Whluker Record, E YlS:lal.r hIIr ,
I do not believe in Burns' philosophy of foot HllmenUJimt Ieheula. Kronion, l IMII.

false. (Do you realize that the false accusationof CtitKiMM Jtrry t*> Id* iM think how merit more
government-"To The Victor Belongs The mobile and comfortable our old
a crime such as this could have ruined me ee i people would be if they were.
Spoils. able to move About on patn free
and my family, especially having come from CARTERfume fret," he ('OIK' 'luded,

i the lips of the Governor of Florida?) As for my endorsement of Bob High, this mvici COMMISSION*

tl was based on my personal knowledge that he "
2. The charge by Bums that Sen. Robert
is an honest, God-fearing man. He is a deaconin
Kennedy is involved in the High campaignis
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not true. I heard this rumor during the first r r
and is a devoted family with wife and f f
I primary, investigated it myself and found six children. man a is''' ; ;:; "':r (; 1 "I S 1 "IHnfrlJlf

IdllIj ldJ UJIuLut I
it to be false. Had it been true, I certainly 1 e 'f
1 b n'J l broad EOi%00 1.-0.. I1.JOO
t have THESE ARE THE FACTS! For these 1 '- I-D.."' 511,100 IS-M.4.1O, IUOO 1
would used it against Bob High in my "' "': "' -i. a. 1Ndleb'h .51100 16-W.lt. ".100
f i I. "." r 1- FmdN.r 000 11-Yml.r. IHOO
t campaign. reasons I invite and would appreciate my 1 -E 1 0* ; rj !-/ 30-boss 31100 1
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f friends and supporters joining with me in II. [1511 tlflf 1"{ 1-0,.... 115.000 -H..4. 11,1001t'
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3. The Burns that Bob is fI a ,, A M v.I.u. 110,300 dl-Nn. mo
: charge by High 1 11 0tro..l,. 100,100 a2-Mvf'o
I helping return honesty and integrity to the n I r hI.... t J 17E f s; :; 1 l0-I.egrd 110,100 .1-0....... 70600 1
.a radical, ultra-liberal, is without foundation. r 1J' [ 1 II-Aktio 11100 da-fw/.r 1)100 1
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Governor's office. A. ill j_1 r U-L..e 04.300 .S-.t0w4 IJIOO
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I Bob High is a t fiscal conservative. He insistson i ; : .if'QQ' 0 ,1-11-110I.& ".. 01,100$4,300:' a4-l.Ik.a.. -(...... lO.JOO II,4COi

a dollar's worth of service for every taxI With kindest regards and a deep feelingof ( [I lIt a{ w llfi} : I:I4 S--Mi.mq-finer./e :d = al-Clu de-N.cd0: :.:: 1
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J: [ : I1-St. ... 04100 30 -WW4'M. 1..00. 1

dollar spent. As Mayor of Miami, Bob High gratitude for your support, I am, .t i. J t 5 II} I" J ;; 't-I.-II-Lo. 10000 3,100133,1,100 51-51-H....'..." tIIOO 1100 I
[*1' s :: J0-Sr J.., .... It JOG 1
s was instrumental in lowering city taxes by 12 i 1 : s 31-G.d.d..... 11300 14 34-O'n: 1,400 4100 '

t per cent. Bonded indebtedness of the City Sincerely, U w 1 j 11'J 1 'II i f'f Za II-S.ta1-he.. lick 41 71 NO 0MSS4kldWN 31-O5..cl- ..,,-.ka 1.100t. 1600

U-Ioc'_ 17.IM1IOM 51-(01...... 1.100
i of Miami decreased. By contrast, taxes in Scott Kelly; fh IliI {all t 16-Ooc.21-H......... 1S. M /St--G,_./."... 7.00 1.200

11 II I 30-0.M. 41.'IMII 01-IN.kr '..200S
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I The Issue is Integrity. [ ) Hi I ll: 10N JI-St.._ 11,100Calk'1100 :' U 2OQ.I' l
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\ Elect Robert King High Your Governor ..rwcA.TI.9: -. J

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NO.1 WAKULLA CO. GP. NO.2 DISTRICT NO. 2 DISTRICT NO. 4 DISTRICT NO. I
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PPCNTY GROUP NO. 2 L. P. 'Pete' Gibson led 7 opponents in ,
ONE) the "dotted" counties above he ,
led his run-off opponent in the .f
"shaded" counties and trailed him r
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Y COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO 4 Senator L. P. 'Pete' Gibson's widespread first primary strength is pictured above. That he out.

ONE) polled his run-off opponent in 21 of 24 counties, and led In 17 counties proves that his appeal to

the peoole is based on merit rather than sectionalism.
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Living only 12 miles from the geographic center of the Sixth District, on Alumnus both state
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universities, and a vigorous, conscientious senator with a proven record of service to the people,

l OF SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT NO. 1 PETE GIBSON is best qualified to represent the people of all 24 counties.

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AND REMEMBER, PETE GIBSON VOTED AGAINST THE 24 COUNTY MONSTROSITY! HE

[Jernigan IS FIRMLY COMMITTED TO SENSIBLE APPORTIONMENT.VOTE .


Roberts ON MAY 24TH FOR A SENATOR YOU KNOW CAN EFFECTIVELY REPRESENT YOUR

COMMUNITY IN THE LEGISLATURE.





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SENATOR for the SIXTH



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-- David Smith Bound on N by State Rd 10, by John McLaughlin -
NOTICE,IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED LAND OR SO MUCH THEREOF .' S Ida Brewster I
I by Eby Julia
AS 5i BE/NECESSARY TO PAY THE AMOUNT DUE FOR TAXES FOR 1965 HEREIN SET '\ Y Rosier, in NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 of Sec. 7
OPPOSITE TO SAME, TOGETHER WITH THE COST OF SUCH SALE AND ADVERTISING WILL SS 2W
BE SOlD AT PUBLIC AUCTION 1966 AT THE 1/2. 6.23
A.D.
WEDNESDAY THE 1ST DAY OF JUNE
,' W 1/2 of NW 1/4 of NW 1/4 less E 1/2
R.
HOUR OF :2 O'CLOCK NOON AT THE COURTHOUSE DOOR IN THE COUNTY OF WAKULIA John Langston ,
of Sec. !il5S 2W
CITY OF CRAWFORDVILLE, STATE OF FLORIDA. 20 6.63
Norman C. Evans Begin at the SE cor. of NE 1/4 of NE 1/4
JAMES M. CWIN, TAX COLLECTOR of Sec. 19 5S 2W and run N 210 yds to a
AMOUNT point which the pob> for the land herein conveyed

NAME DESCRIPTION ACRES DUE ; from said point of beg. run thenceN
-- 230 yds thence W 56 yds thence S 230
John R. Langston .E 1/2 or SE 1/4 or SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 yds thence E 56 yds to pob, being in OR 1
of Sec. 19 2S IE 5 $ 3.24 P-986 In Sec. 18 SS 2W 212C. 12.09

John R. Langston W 1/2 of SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4 J. Langston SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 of SW 1/., of Sec. 34
of Sec. 19 2S IE 5 3.24 5S 2W Jo. 6.63

Clifford L. t E. Kelly 1/2 acre in the above description in \ Floyd W. Williams DB 3S P-537 to Sec. 1 6S 2W 1/2 68.98

Dec. 20 2S IE 1/2 32.90 Jack Simmons, Jr. All land S of State Rd 372 in Sec. 2
Kenneth E. Thomas N 1/2 of NE 1/4, of Sec. 32 and the 6S2W 620.00

N 1/2 of NW 1/4 Sec. 32 2S 1E 160 31.66 John Hoard DB 35 P-336 C 337 known as Bradham

George C. Hargrett Ai per DB 38 P-387, 1 acre in N 1/2 Plantation In Sec. 35 4S 3W 115 24.63

of SW 1/4, of Sec. 16 3S IE 1 3.55 Surrey Booth and OR 6 P-794, W 1/2 of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 1

Heirs of Wheeler Donaldson 7 on W side of St. Marks R/W in Gertrude Peterson of SE 1/4 of Sec. 12 5S 3W 1 8.18

Sec. 2 4S 1E 14 4.64 Annie Ford Lot 8 to Peter Scotts est, In Sec. 12 SS 3W 4-1/2 6.63

Henry Triplett A< per DB 34 P-137 C 138 described' as Heirs of Bessie Bryant DB 27 P-25S also In lot 3 as per plat filed
Lot 2, Barton Addition in Sec. 2 4S IE 1/10 6.09 to DB 9 P-9 to W 1/2 of NW 1/4 of NE 1/4,

Mutual Home Owners 1 acre in NW 1/4OR4 P-877 in Sec. 19 of Sec. 12 5S 3W 1-1/4 13.27

Mortgage Company 2S1W 1 32.90 Ben Abraham OR 6 P-531100 x 100 in Sec. 12 SS 3W 2.62

Annie Bly Page 1/7lnt. in SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 C NE 1/4 of R. J. Edwards Begin at culvert on SAL RR on a branch in
the SE 1/4 of Sec. 19 C 1/10 int. in NW 1/4 Sec. 1, then running southward along: E
of SW 1/4, Sec. 202S 1W 15 7.09 bndry of said rd 440 ft thence S 51 dgs E 371

Rosa Lee Brown As per DB 55 P-443, Sec. 24 2S 1W 8 4.47 ft, thence N 11-1/2 dgs W 502 ft to a branch

James D. Donaldson OR 6 P-100 in NE 1/4 of Sec. 26 2S 1W 1 3.55 thence 100 ft to RAY of said rd culvert to
pob cent. 2-1/2 acres lying partly In Sec. 1
Frank Fenell As per DB 10 P-223 in Sec. 27 2S 1W 180 35.37
G 12 DB 58 P-26 Sec. 12 SS 3W 2 20.27
Cora Lee Trotman 5 acres in form of a square in NE corner
Gloria Odom DB 56 P-415 in Sec. 12 SS 3W
.28 2.55
of NE 1/4 of Sec. 4 3S 1W 5 4.55
Gilbert DB $1 P-316 In Sec. 6 4S 4W
Isaiah Thomas West 15 acres of N 1/2 of S 1/2 of NW 1/4 Langston 12-1/2 3.47
Sec. 15 3S 1W 15 5.09 Jack Pearce Lot 7 to Roberts Subd. DB 58 P-128
In Sec. 4 SS 4W
Virgil Reddick 5 acres in NE comer of NE 1/4 of Sec. 17 17.45
3S1W 5 17.45 Jack Langston All land lying S of Spring Branch and N
of Yeoman Branch and E of Ochlocknee: .
Henry Crawford, Jr. 1/2 ac. in Mattie Crawford's land OR 4 -. :-;, _; -.;..: .-: : -, ',. Riv. and E of Buck Lake less lots sold to
P-352 Sec. 18 3S 1W 1/2 33.90 -/ .
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Sec. 3S SS 7 .11.181. I
Certain Teed 1/2 of land in N 1/2 of SE 1/4 '
ac. lying '
Walter D. Marshall, Jr. DB 56 P-101 to Sec. 13 3S SW 7.18 ,
Products Corp. of NE 1/4 Sec. 18 3S 1W 1/2 63.80
W. C. Spooner OR 2 P-34160 x 243 to Sec. 13 3S 5W 14.36)
Midstate Invest.Co. 1/2 ac. of land, DB 60 P-422 in Sec. 19
3S 1W 1/2 17.45 C. T. Davis OR 2 P-89 70 x 100 to Sec. 13 3S SW 8.18 '

Midstate Invest. Co. As per DB 55 P-51 in Sec. 19 3S 1W 1/2 17.45M. Jack Langston All that certain tract of land being N of
Betsy or Yeoman Branch OR 6 P-339, in
D. Raker As per DB 44 P-87 In NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 less Sec. 24 3S SW 14.48 7.09
3 acres sold in Sec. 19 3S 1W 15 6.09

Martha barter OR 7 P-3 in Sec. 2 3S 1W 1-1/2 7.18 TOWN OF WANETA

Rachel Mitchell In the center of Chris Howards land In Unknown Lot 12, Square 4 1.62

Lot HRS 3-1/2 8.18 Unknown Lots 7, 10 C 11 Square 6 2.55

Leon Hargrett DB 53 P-140 in Lot S HRS 12 4.09 Unknown Lots 8 and 10 Square 11 2.23

Unknown In SE comer of S 1/2; of S 1/2 of NW 1/4 B. G P., Inc. W 1/2 of Lot 3 Square 60 16.45
of Lot 23 HS 4 2.93

Noah P. Harvey DB 60 P-391 in Lot 24 1/4 10.27 TOWN OF ST. MARKS
Louise Shufford Lots 8 and 9 Blk A East St. Marks 7.18
Mamie Scott DB 60 P-5861 acre in E 1/2 of lot of Peter
Gavin land in Lot 36 HS 1 4.55 J. B. Game Estate Lot 6 Blk L East St. Marks 13.36

Louise Peacher 2/3 int. in Lot 4 of Peter Gavin Est. described J. B. Came Estate N 1/2 of Lot 4 Blk M East St. Mark 4.09

in a plat filed for record in Clerks Office, less St. Marks Development Lots 65, 66. 77, 78 C 89 Blk 11
5 acres across N end, in W 1/2 of Lot 36 HS 134/3 8.71 Corp. Townsite of St. MarksSt. 57.62

Lawrence Harvey Lots 3 C 4 of Noah Harveyt Est. in SW 1/4 of Marks Development Lots 90, 99, 100, 107. 108, part of Wakulla
: lot 38 HS 30 7.56 Corp. St. Blk 12 Townsite of St. Marks 76.16

B. C. Randolph Lot 5 of Noah Harvey Est. in SW. 14f.. Walter Lenz Lot 1 Blk 20 Townsite of St. MarksThomas 4.71

Lot 38 HS 15 5.09 Ashton Lot 13 Blk 25 Town of St. Marks 5.33 I

M. Howard Williams DB 57 P-70 in SE comer of Lot 65 HS 4.6 3.55 Louise Shufford Lot 3 Blk 31 Town of St. Marks 7.18

Patrick Langston Lying N of W. H. Dunne land 1 bound Joseph Brown OR P-346, 100 x 47' BUc E I
E by land of Ira Jackson, W by W bndry West St. Marks 5.09
line of Lot 71 the above being of equal
C. J. Langston Lots 18, 25 C 26 Blk D, Town of i
S and between
width from N to extending
Crawfordville 7.56
Eastern C Western bndry line in Lot 71 HS S 9.55
C. J. Langston Lots 1 and 2 of Isolated Blk D Town of
I Gilbert Langston DB 43 P-189 in Lot 71 12 4.09 Crawfordville 6.63
OR 2 P-8 1 in NE 1/4 of Lot 71 HS 1/2 3.55
Ernest Kilpatrick acre
h. Mid-State Homes Lots 142 C 143, 100 x 198' DB 61 P-123
' B. C P. Inc. OR 5 P-481, .25 acres in Lot 74 HS .25 11.27 Town of Arran 32.90

Mrs. C.J. Rose, Jr. Lot 1, PB48P-79, AlsoDB50P-3l7In CRIENERS ADDITION TO THE TOWN OF CRAWFORDVILLE
Lots 75 C 76 HS 11 6.09 .
Heirs of A.J. Tully In Wl/2 of NWl/4 of Lot 76 less 2/6 Int. HS 30 8.18 Mrs. Robert C. Stelndi Lot 8 Blk 1 3.47
Mrs. Jean Duck Lot 1 Blk 4 3.47
Eloise Langston As per DB 47 P-74 ((7.36 ac. for R/W) 19 5.71
Annie S. C Craig Mullen Lot 1 Blk 7 3.47
Mamie Harvey In NW cor of Lot 82 HS 1 2.55
Beanie Ellison Lot 18 Blk 7 3.47
Heirs of Lonnie Poole As per DB 23 P-41 in Lot 82 less land sold HS 23 6.96
L. P. Bostwick Lot 9 Blk 14 3.47
Gilbert Langston As per DB 34 P-454 C 455 in Lots 77 G 89 HS 4 79.25 Unknown
Lots 20 to 28 Blk 26 20.78
Lucille and Belle Goodman In SW cor. of Lot 92, less 1/4 ac. in Lot 92 HS 1 3/4 8.18 Opal Jo Guess Lot 11 Blk 29 3.47

Hannah and W.R. Dykes As per DB 44 P-69 G 70, 71/2 ac. of land on M. H. Guess Lot 12 Blk 29 3.47
E side of Lot 105, HS less and except: 62 ac.
Gilbert Langston SE 1/4 of Lot 77 HS containing 82-1/2 acres m/1 17.45
sold to R.E. Manley G W.R. Cray, Jr. HS 8 7.16
Vetterleto G Co. Inc. Lot 6 Blk D Rakers Addition to Town of
William Russell Porter DB 26 F-295 to Lot'HS:HS r -. -. 1/5 10.27C. Crawfordville -- 48.35

.J. Langston All that particular return of Island of W"-*** ** -- -,;,..' + rr+ "+ -r. "" ..... : tiff William) J. Brewster .. Lots 4 & 8 Blk 13.Tow-of Shady Sea.MdSUte ---- .-.- .- 7.18
side of St. Marks River and Light House to -;- *. ;- -. ; Homes Lot 58 Sopchoppy West Side -- 31.90

the County of Wakulla and State of Florida 50 14.27 R. Walthal Lots 52, 53, 54, 57 Blk 14 Sopchoppy East Side 14.36

Gulf State Dredging Co. OR 5 P-170, 41.76 ac. to SW cor. of W 1/2 John Price C C. Langston Lots 1 C 2 Blk 4 Town of Panacea 5.63

of Porters Island and 11.14 ac. to the E 1/2 Thomas Metcalf Lots 4 C 11 Blk 11 Town of Panacea 7.18
Island OR 5 P-247 G 248 17.36
of Porters
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C. J. Langston Lot 12 Blk 12 Town of Panacea 4.09
Annie Newton OR 6 P-889 in Sec. 23 2S 2W 2 1.62
John Price C C. Langston Lot 10 Blk 19 Town of Panacea 4.09
C. S. Strickland AU of Plot 95, Sec. 24 2S 2W 10 4.09
Worth Moore C R. White Lot 1 Elk 24 Town of Panacea 4.09

Mrs. Clara J. Hams N 1/2 of SE 1/4 of SW 1/41 S 1/2 of NW 1/4 Mrs. Lovey Barwlck Lots 4, 5, 6 C 10 Blk 27 Town of Panacea 10.27

of SW 1/4, SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of SW 1/4 G Bevis Shell Homes Lot 6 Blk 27 Town of Panacea 25.72
NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 of SW 1/4, Less 4 acres of
Sec. 25 3S 2W 56 19.45 Blanche Archer Wild Lots 3, 4, C 5 Blk E N. Town of Panacea 31.90

r Heirs of L. S. Tully 5/6 Int. in SE 1/4 of SE 1/4, less 13 ac. to AQUA DE VIDA SUED. ., .
A. E. Tully In Sec. 25 3S 2W 23 8.25 D. H. C Kitty Mays DB 38 P-474 in Plat Bk 1 P-13 8.72 I

B. C P. Inc. A lot 35 yds to SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 iD DB 60 W. J. G Opal Hargrove Lot 40 Blk D 4.09
P-207 Sec. 26 3S 2W 3.55 Julian R. C M. Dasher Lot 5 Blk E 4.09

Mid State Homes, Inc. 1/2 ac. in SW 1/4, OR 6 P-803 to Sec. 13 George M. C R. Fotonals Lot 10 Blk E 4.09
4S 2W 1/2 29.71 Winston 1.. C Betty Stewart Lots 31 and 32 Blk F 47.35 '

Heirs of H. M. Vann 1/6 tot. in all that part of NE 1/4 of NW 1/4 Camille W. Titus Lots 19 and 20 Blk C 7.18
, of Sec. 26 lying on E side of FGGARR cont. Thomas Poole Lot 1 Blk H 4.09
I 35 ac. less 2 ac.t also begin at NW cor. of James H. Tarpley Lot 18 Blk H 4.09
\ SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 of Sec. 26 and run E along Myrl Todd Lot 30 Blk M 4.09
. N bndry line of Se 1/4 of NW 1/4 7.08 cbs
Alex Metcalf Lot 14 Blk N '
to pob, coat. 5 acres mil in Sec. 26 3S 2W 38 11.58 47.35
Rudle W. Christian Lot 16 Blk N 4.09
Lizzie Hartsfield C a
Daisy White SE 1/4 of NE 1/4 of SW 1/4, of Sec. 25 Thaxton C. Yancy Lot 27 Elk N 4.09
452W 10 5.09 M. T. Cooper Lot 6 Blk 0 4.09

Nannie Bett Jones N 1/2 of SE l/4andNEl/4, less 35 ac. in WiLUard F. Dukes, Jr. Lots 15, 16, 17 & 18 Elk 0 13.36

Sec. 26 4S 2W 158.7. 32.90 T. D. G Clifford N. Perry Lot 21 Elk 0 4.09

C. J. Langston DB 42 P-276 C 272 also DB P-318 cone David & Jane Denning Lot 9 Blk WTOWN 19.54 .
29 acres m/1 in Sec. 1 5S 2W 29 20.92
OF PANACEA PARK
Patrick C. Langston DB 48 P-471 in Sec. 1 SS 2W 2/3 1.93
P. C. Kelly C M. Taylor Lot 19 Elk 2 2.55
Alan D. Cameron E 1/2 of the NW 1/4 of NW 1/4, DB 56
Unknown Lots 29 and 35 Elk 3 4.091
P-S02 in Sec. 1 5S 2W 20. 5.71
Mrs. C. C. Thomas Lot 41 Elk 3 2.551
Maxwell Caraway Lot 1 of Aqullla Vickers Est. and being
otherwise described as the S 1/2 of S 1/2 Alex Metcalf Lot 59 Blk 4 2.55

of S 1/2 of SW 1/4 of SE 1/4, of Sec. 2 L. C. Brown Lot 22 Blk 5 2.55

SS 2W 5 8.09 Emma'Mae Cruse Lots 79 and 81 BQc 6 4.09

W. C. MooreAlexandra Begin at NW cor. of SE 1/4 of Sec. 3 P. C. KellyMidState Lot 8 Blk 8 2.55

thence run E 297 ft, thence S 297 ft, thence Homes Lot 78 Blk 9 31.90
W 297 ft, thence N 297 ft to pob, cont. 2
Sarah & Lots 80 and 82
Edgar Ilk 9
ac. m/1 in OR 2 P-235 in Sec. 3 SS 2W 2 9.09 McCay 16.45
Nichols 1 ac. in above description' in Sec. 3 5S 2W 1 2.30 Emmett L. Crum Lots 172 and 173 4.09

Mid-State Homes, Inc. SO x 75' in NE 1/4 of SE 1/4, of OR 2 P-525 Douglas Hogue Lot 1 Blk J Town of Surf 4.09
in Sec. 3 SS 2W 2.60 Jan V. G Elaine Long Lot 2 Sec. D Ochlocknee Shores 25.72

Dottle Whetstone DB 40 P-344, a parcel of land 70 x 70 in George R. Payne Part of Lot 1 & Lot 2 Panacea Subd. 7.18
Sec. 4 SS 2W 3.55 William L. Sheperds, Inc. Lot 12 Unit f 1 Panacea Shores 25.72

Mid State Homes, Inc. DB 54 P-79, a parcel of land 75 x 300 in Gilbert Langston Lot 19 Unit f 1 Panacea Shores 19.54

Sec. 4 SS 2W 26.72 John M. Price Lot 27 Unit 11 Panacea Shores 19.54

Curable C Sallle White DB 57 P-2421n Sec. 7 SS 2W 2 8.72. Q. C. Mclaughlin Lot 3 Blk F Rlvenhore Heights 4.09

Mid-State Homes, Inc. DB 60 P-188 in Sec. 7 5S 2W .42 10.27 R. WalthalOtfcur. Lot 3 Elk C River Bend Subd. 50.44

Hampton Rosier 1 ac, in SE.1/4 of NE 1/4, OR 2 P948in : BrettLeastonH. Lot 11 Blk B Shell Point Beach 10.27
Sec. 7 SS 2W 1 5.09 Riven Lot 25 BBc A West Point Subd. 56.72

West Florida Enterprises That part of SE 1/4 of NW 1/4 lying 'S of John Price G T. A.. Raker Lot Blk A Hudson Heights 4.09
State Rd. 10, Cont. -1/2 acres mil, Evalena Pearce Lot 4 Blk C Hudson Height 4.09
also 5 acres m/1 lying in NE comer of Carl L. ReveU. Lots 1 2 3 5
C 6 Blk J Hudson Heights 19.SSr
SS 2W 14-1/2 11.18 ,
NE 1/4 of SE 1/4, of Sec. 7 --.

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