Wakulla County news
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Title: Wakulla County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A. Homer Cooksey
Place of Publication: Crawfordville Fla
Creation Date: March 17, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Wakulla -- Crawfordville
Coordinates: 30.176111 x -84.375278 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 50, no. 72 (Dec. 19, 1968).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 56, no. 42 (May 13, 1955).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Well, now that qualifying is AND COTTON SURPLUS

over for the county posts that L. P. (Pete) Cibson of REDUCTION Gainesville, March 16 Flo-

come up in the May Primary, Perry qualified for reelectIon rida's three cabinet officers who

wefind that all incumbents have to the State legislature with]] Farmers can make their decisions face opponents in the May Democratic ,

opposition Two county commission a pledge to make sensible re- for participation in com- primary election will tb

seats are up and three apportionment his main goal.'I modity programs this year with be returned to office accordingto
In the intend to a t the assurance that 1966-crop obJectives the
school board members campaign on a most recent public opin-
incumbent record of seeking are in line with U. S. ion conducted the Flo-
north end of the county, proven bring survey by
Ralph Strickland hal Hugh more industry into North f lori- food policy as outlined In President rida Institute of Public Opinion.

McCallister and E. L. Clover da and of fighting the piling on Johnson's message on Food And the hotly contested Second

opponents On the southern of more taxes on the people, for Freedom, Emery Williams, Congressional District race couldbe

side, incumbent Willard Carter Senator Cibson said. "But we Chairman of the State ASC determined by which candi-

has also drawn two candidatesfor must make it one of the first orders t committee pointed out today. date can get out the heaviestvote

this seat, James Taylor of business to get rid of the The president proposed two In his home area, Prof. W.

former school board member, 24 county senatorial district bills -- one to establish com- J. McCawley, president! nt *L_

and Alton Oaks, former Tax forced on the people of the second codity reserves and another to Institut: '- "fctestreport
.cveaJed in Ms
amend and retain the beet ----
Collector. congressional district by
I of P. L, JO" ... t",1.S of the current politicalseason.
Facing Bobby Jean Paulk, incumbent vengeful politicians. .. NV. These bills will .
school board member, Pete Gibson, a 43 year old
be debated by the Congress and General Earl Fair-
is also defeated office holder U m b erman-banker qualifiedfor Attorney
will (tf become effective
passed, cloth is the champion votegetter
Kenneth Roberts and Nejton the sixth district. He was January 1967, Chairman the cabinet officers
Jemigan.: "In Dli- the first to file his qualifying among
Sopchoppy Williams has been informed by who have opposition. Only 15
trict{Board Chairmad Edison papers for the district. U. S. Department of Agriculture percent of the registered voters

Roddenbeny is opposed Steve simply cannot be good officials. After they become responding to the poll are unde-

Revell. Bobby Posey of Craw- government have a senatorial!: McCLURE ANNOUNCESFOR effective additional time cided in the attorney general'srace.
fordville drew Mrs. Elizabeth district 300 miles long, "Gib-
HOUSE OF REP. would elapse before agreements Faircloth carried every
Smith as an opponent. son sold announcing. "Therewas could be developed with other one of the 30 counties where Florida's Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle Conner (right) extendsa

The House of Representativesdistrict no need to do *o, either. Robert McClure Jr. 32 countries to provide a self-help surveys were conducted.In personal Invitation to L. W. Little (center), head buyer of horti-
composed of Leon, Wa- Had some of the senators not old Tallahassee year program Implemented with U. the contest for State Treasure culture and horticultural supplies for the F. W. Woolworth Co. In

kulla and Franklin Counties, Is been more concerned for their that he would attorney be a,can-announced S. food aid. As for reserves, r, the incumbent, Broward New York, to attend the second annual Florida Foliage Festival tc

well covered with candidates. political office than they were didate for the House of Repre- the message noted that it is not Williamshasa comfortable mar- be held March 18, 19 and 20 In the "Foliage Capital of the World"Apopka

From Leon are Rep. Dick Mit- for the people, they could have sentatives in Croup of the new likely that any purchases to. gin over his two opponents, Du- Florida. On the left is nurseryman Vem Buck of John1'

chell, Miley Miers, Nat Polack, split this 24 county district Into House District composed: of build up reserves would be need- val County Commissioner Robert Inc. of Apopka. More than 100 booths at the Florida Foliage Fes

Robert McClure, Steve Wat- four separate sub-districts. Leon, Franklin 1 and Wakulla ed during the first year. (Bob) Harris and Ray Gann, tival will contain the finest array of foliage to be displayed in the

kins, Donald Tucker, and pos- The Perry senator said some of Counties, which }has two Spring wheat producers will St. Petersburg insurance execu- world. Events will include the pageantry of crowning the new flo-

sibly Oliver Nash and James these same legislator have sentatives. repre- not be offered the opportunity tive, however, half of the voters rida Foliage Queen and the awarding of numerous display prizes.

Bockelman of Franklin County. spent most of their terms in office In 1965 he was Director of the to divert wheat acreage for payment questioned on this race said Hundreds of buyers throughout the United States have received Invitations -

.With trying to pass a grocery tax Judicial Council of Florida, and This could encouragesome they have no opinion and have to the festival and many are expected to attend.
spring just around the'corner and In increased wheat heard little above
keeping new'induStry he has been a Special Assistant acreage seen or very
and the trees budding out, looks from coming into their districts. The expected supply of wheat oi the respective campaigns. Man) POST OFFICE HAS I
AttomeyGcneral and a member
like fishing will be the best bet "I am convinced that Industry more than 2 billion bushels for ofthose Interviewed did not' I ESSAY PROGRAM OFFERED
new the staff of
01 Legislative MEDICARE
for the menfolks U they want to not the coming year is more than know there are three candidate: BLANKS I BY FLORIDA POWER
from the house. :':iand more Committee on Finance and
get away It ample to meet needs. CORPORATIONFor
*",: : is the Taxation. Going for the office.Of Postmaster O.E. Hendrlckson
answer to most of
is a pleasure to see blooms Ca the into the new marketing year, those who have made a selection Crawfordville
problems not of Graduated from the announced today
only Universityof
the bushes my
frost on the the carryover of wheat added to favoredby
old district but of the whole Florida College of Law he ,.:Williams was that : the fourteenth floss
pvwpkins .. Let's aI') work for a- : a sizable 1966-crop" productionwill ol Harris by 24.5 application blanks for sup Ida year.
percent, Power =
rea the
district. was President of the Student Be* plemental Medicare benefit is offering
a better Wakulla be are
County. more than sufficient to and Gann 14.5.ComptrolferFred.
"This area of Florida shows dy while there and President of meet a year'sdomesticfood an by O. Dickinsonalso available at the post office. Its "Scholarships for leadership"

great promise, and with hard Blue Key. He has attended Flo- seed The applicationblanks are beIng essay program to senior
work, cooperation and effective rida State has a wide margin over his students in 94 high schools
University, Lively made available as the Social
TELEPHONE participate
I three opponents,
leadership Technical School and throughout the company's 32-
we can continue to was gra- voluntary feed Security Administration seeks to
grain consultant Ronald
COMPANY EXPANSION DUE grow and prosper. duated from Leon High Schoolin will be able to plant soybeans progran or I business businessman contact 3.1 million senior citizens county service area.

Now serving in the only electIve 1951, where he was a mem- permitted feed Brugh, Jacksonville before a March 31 deadline Thisyear, competition is basedon
Southeastern Telephone Company office he grain acreage Larry Kelley and Walter Franzel on the subject of "Ind
ever sought, Sen- ber of the Conference Champ- and continue to earn feed grail: I of Land-O-Lakes. imposed by the Medicare law. essays
announced expenditures ator Gibson is not new to the ionship Football and State President Johnson has proclaimed ividual Responsibility In Comm-
forexpansion telephone facil- field of price-support payments as U I In the Second Congressional unity Development". The
government civic re- Championship Baseball teams of they had feed March a j "National Medicare
ities planted grains District where two incum-
in Tallahassee race
and surrounding : sponsibility. He served, by ap- that year, later trying out with This will enable farmers sill Con- Enrollment Month". He urgedall twelfth-grade student submitting -
communities totalling over pointment bents are now opponents, the best at each
three the Pittsburgh Pirates. federal essay high
governors agencies and all citizens -
$501,000 from 1 196( for acreage to soybeans from fee gressman D. R., (Billy) Mathewshas school will receive
January four years on the flori- McClure served on active duty for which to cocperate in enrolling a $25 United
through February, 1966. da Board of grains production possibilities a slight lead. States Smftj; Bond. From the
Forestry and twice with the Infantry as a U. S. Ar- senior citizens In the
William continue to outstrip for- In the Institute's poll of all 24 program. total : ,
P. Dlstric wii '
Malloy, was named and i. -r5'/ submitted
secretary.The my Ranger, was dischargedfrom Initially two and
seeable needs. A in the District Mathewswas one- -
Commercial majorpropor- counties the best I ..
Manager twu'J. selected
explained Florida : and
Junior Chamber of the reserve with the rank of half million blanks
tion of yearly acreage diversionIs favored by 53 of applicant each ,
that the above expenditure Commerce percent essayist awarded a ;2ro.scholarhip .
early recognized Cibson' Captain.A were distributed to 34 -
accounted for by feed grains those who have made a select- nearly ,
apply to for
physical improvementsapply accomplishments member of the of St.John's a fouryearschoaa'
by naming Vestry 000 mail offices
post throughout
to physical and if the supply is to be kept in ion. Congressman Don Fuquawas '
ImprovementsIn him in 1957 one of the "five Episcopal Church, he is a the 50 states. Additional fix -*<
Telephone Company1 balance with needs, feed grain : supported by 47 percent, I Mar :.1. Vvjj 'cr, ,director of
outstanding men" Rotarian Mason and Shriner
young award are available as needed. ,
diversion however 17 of
the vot-
Plant facilities Leon Wakulla acreage by program percent communfL/ i" for
recipients.A a Director of the Junior Museum moist
Through and .
participants must stay at high ers quizzed on this race would Fiu ida '
Madison and Power .
Jefferson counties. '
Past 1 two
graduate of Florida State President of the Leon Coun- levels officials said. other means, the Social Security -
not offer an opinion leavingeach scholarships
The largest are offered
made each
expenditures who attended the Un- T.B. Association memberof
University ty a Administration has had
The need Is urgent to move toward of the candidates a heavy con- to i
Southeastern year help the
by Telephone Company of Florida the Chamber of Com- 1'e general
iversity prior to en- Junior the tact with 16 of the 19.1 million
reducing cotton surplus segment of the voting public to level of education
was in Leon County a- tering service during World War merce, and is active in other which will climb to a record concentrate on In the remaining citizens who will be 65 or over assist in the : and to

mounting to $419,000. Major 2, Gibson has long proven his civic and fraternal endeavors.He 16-1/2 million bales this July. weeks of the campaign. on July 1. Of the 16 million precious development of a
expenditures were for cable extensions interest In education is married to the former who community reso.in.e- '
diversion less than mil-
by provid- The new acreage pro- replied, one
Fuqua carried his end of the our YOIU1t'ople.. We feel tha
in Tallahassee
from the :
downtown ParkAvenue Office to ing scholarships to several deserving Rae Miller, who graduated from vides the means to reduce cotton big district heavily as did Ma- lion said they did not want to if Improvement In these
people of the area Florida State University, where and the while sign for the supplemental
the "877" and "385" prefix off- young I production surplus thews, indicating that the can- up pro- can be accomplished we will b.
to attend college.In she was a member of the "Fly- producers gram.
ices. A maintaining didate who can get out the heav- helping to
major underground con- produce good comm-
concluding his announce- ing High" Circus and received a The supplemental
duit and manhole system is to be I iest vote in his home area could programcosts unity leaders who will make substantial -
ment, the Senator stated, "I degree In Elementary Education, win. $3 a month and provides
installed on South Monroe streetto have sought full disclosure of all teaching school for three years 'HIS NAME,\ WAS doctor bill and other b.'lefits. contributions to the progress -
Four-Points this will and security of our Amer-
system legislative matters affecting the after that. They have two dau- Everyone 65 and over is eligible "
house major cables to serve the people of my district through ghters and a son. AUNT NELLIE'The for the basic hospital benefits ican way of life.

south end of Tallahassee and complete coverage by the news- The son of the late J. Robert AFL-CIO TO ENDORSENO under medicare.A No restriction is placed on t'

Leon County. In addition, a papers and radio stations bathe McClure, First Assistant Attor- Seniors of Crawfordville GOVERNOR CANDIDATEThe copy of the applicationblank course of study the winners WI>

major cable was extended along area. Regular reports and a ney General for many years, he are presenting tonight the new is displayed on the lobby to pursue, and they nay otter,

the Centerville Road to serve weekly news letter during the is the nephew of W. Turner Davis three-act stage farce, "His Florida AFL-CIO is mak- bulletin board of the Crawford- any junior college college:: or

the northeast section of Leon sessions have been made avail- 1955 Florida Senate Presi- Name Was Aunt Nellie", by ing no endorsement in the gov- ville Post Office. university in Florida selected by

County. Other expenditures were able to all news media. dent, and the grandson of the Andrew Jameson. This mirth- ernor's race, state Vice Presi- Senior Citizens who reached them and approved by Florida

made throughout Leon Countyand "This practice has proven Invaluable late Charles E. Davis, 1915 Sen- provoking comedy, in the short dent Arthur Hallgren said l today, 65 before 1966 face a two year Power Corporation.

adjacent rural areas. I'' to me In keeping in ate President, of Madison.In time it has been available for delay if they do not sign up by

Expenditures to provide extension touch with the feeling of the announcing his candidacy, presentation by local groups, has challenging a statement by Coy March 31. "
additions of cable facilities ernor Haydon Burns that he has
people on legislation proposedand McClure pledged his support to established Itself as a prime favorite KELLY PLEASED
tele- AFL-CIO
and other modem backing."I
I will continue to use ever) progressive development of the with jubilant audiences
phone equipment in Wakulla, means possible in the future t, district and the state, educa- throughout the country. Mrs. don't know how you canstophim PERSONALS. WITH POLL

Madison and Jefferson Counties Inform the public about the I L' tion, and sound business growth. Belle Fahey, who is in charge of ments like from that putting" said out state Lakeland Former State'Senator -
Tele- Hallgren"The
served by Southeastern business of the production of the Senior Carlan from Atlanta
state government. "The casting of a ballot In favor Mr. Fred Scott Kelly candidate for
phone Company totalled in excess AFL-CIO} Is not endorsingin ,
Play described "His Name
Was his wife'sparents
last week with
of candidate is visited
of $91,000.Mr. a a very per- the governor's race. governor, said today he is
sonal thing, and limited only by Aunt Nellie", as the most ridi- Governor Bums released a Mr. and Mrs. Henry 'highly pleased" with the results -
further added
Malloy culous farce she
and the haseverexpes- Smith.
my physical capability statement Tuesday saying that ____ of two university straw'
"This plant construction progran: FARRIS BRYANT ACCEPTS shortness of time before the election ienced in the theatre. Mrs. Fa-

is a part of the Telephone Company FEDERAL APPOINTMENT I will attempt to con- hey fee Is confident It will provea he was pleased to receive the Mr. Earl Solomon of Talla- votes all other which candidates showed him leading sub-
endorsement of AFL-CIO delegates by a
s over 11 expansion program tact as many people as possible high mark In local stage his- hassee Is back on the mail route stantial
to continue to provide the Jacksonville Fla. The to labor's Committee on in Tallahassee Memorial margin. .
Former to askfor their vote and support tory. cast Includes Danny Political Education in Orlando. afterbeing Kelly said the results of the
most efficient and modern tele- Governor Farris Bryant who was McClure said. Miller, Marilyn Alligood, Ka- Hospital. indicate
Burns said he recleved249 votesto polls that his
phone service possible to out today appointed by President thy Strickland, Doug Wright, campaignis
subscribers. Johnson to the position of Director Martha Turner, Karen Nazworth, 134 for Miami Mayor Robert Jack Pearce visited his parents, gaining momentum.

"New employees have been of the Office of Emergency PINE SUPPLY SOLD Wayne Langston, Mildred Smith, King High and 41 for Scott Kel- Mr. and Mrs. Moody Pearce,

added in many sections of the Planning, Intends to main- John Harrell, and Donnie Spark- ly.Hallgren over the weekend.
OUT AT FLORIDA said the actual vote MATTHEWS OPENS
company to help us keep pace tain his close ties to the state of man. The play will be produced ,
second ballot 225 for Selena Smith the week-
FOREST SERVICEThe on a was spent
with the tremendous growth experienced Florida Friday, March 18, at 8:00 AREA HEADQUARTERS
Burns to 168 for and thatit end in Pensacola.
in Tallahassee and Although Bryant stressed that P.M. in the C.H. S. Auditorium. High,
could not constitute an endorsement Congressman D. R. ( Billy)
he Florida
This would Forest .
surrounding communities. discontinue active par- Service is Admission prices are
Is in keeping with the company's ticipation In his professional and sold out of slash pine seedlings $1.00 for adults and 50* forstu- because a two-thirds Mrs. Minnie Tucker has returned Matthews today announced the

continuing program of improving business affiliations In order to for the 1965-66 tree planting dents. majority, of about 300 votes, home after a visit with opening of his campaign headquarters
would have been for at 1101 Thomasville
eliminate season. necessary her daughters and families, Mr.
service meetingthe of
reliability, any con-
accelerating demand for flict of Interest, he made it As of today, the state forestry Burns to receive the AFL-CIO and Mrs. L. C. Bettner and Mr. Rqad, Old Byrd's Grocery in
is endorsement."No and Mrs. H. M. Miller In Tam- Tallahassee, Florida.A .
more versatile service", Mr. clear his residence would remain agency accepting orders for
candidate receives the campaign off Ice was opened
Malloy said. In J a cksoDvi lle. His only sand Arizona cypress endorsement P"-
In Gainesville March 4th.
subscribers and longfeaf And unless he gets a two- on
that pine. the
"We have youngest daughter is in school
Wakulla Madison, supply of those Is also running CARD OF THAMSWords thirds majority, "said Hallgren."We Mrs. Tucker's grandson and Offices are also planned at Lake
in Leon, a there and Bryant expects to commute short. are mailing a statementto family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald City and Starke.

and Jefferson Counties place between Jacksonville and The Service has been advised 85,000 union members, Miller and two daughters, from
their can never opinion
greater dependence on Washington. "It is a consider- by St. Regis that slash egress our makers and Tampa, visited her last week-
before pine sincere thanks to our frle.'ds and senior citizens
telephones today than ever able honor, "Bryant said, "which end. Miss Barbara DrUktll from
seedlings are available from its stating that the AFL-CIO is
for convenience in their the president has paid me, and neighbors for the kindness shown Jacksonville a weekend
aim Lee Nursery at Lee, Florida, Ir us during the Illness and endorsin any candidate in the
mode of living. It is our a great responsibility he has Madison : Those desiring deathof guest of the Moody Peacock
to fill demands for service at asked me to assume. I hope to seedlings County.should eontac'the our loved one. governor's election. Larry LTmbaugh was b riiTor I famlly._

It arises", Mr. Malloy furtherIdded. be able to justify his confi- The Ell McKenzie the weekend visiting his mother
nursery direct. Family Florida's pulpwood in 19641 pailtrYrsisers
dence. cut / Mrs. Limb a ugh and brother use
i, was 2.238.900 cords of pine. 243. Cary. enough feed-exclusive of oyster
I WO cords of hardwoods and 262- shells- ach year to GU( afrel .
bets cords of wood residues. .M *..1.' 120 rlls IOOSJ.'G' S



i---- 'I' \ t ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Friends and Fellow Citizensof
My I hereby announce
t .. my candidacy -
; In Court of the County Judge, Wakulla County: for member of the School

I WAKULLA ," .. I In $he Court the County Wakulla County, State of Flo- Sealed bids will be received May I take this opportunity to Board from District No. 1.

NEWS' Judge, Wakulla County, Florida rida. In Probate.In until 2:30 P.M. EST, Thurs- formally announce my candidacy I would like to express Interest
COUNTY In Probate. re the Estate of day, March 31, 1966, by the for re-election the Boardof in the schools of Wakulla my -

In rei Estate of M. A. RUDD, Wakulla County Board of Public Public Instruction from Dis- County and it Is my desire that

Telephone WAlnut -3301 STEPHEN W. REVELL, Deceased.To Instruction, Crawfordville, Flo- trict One. I consider it a great every child in the county be

Deceased.To All Whom It May Concern rida, at the office of the Super- honor and wonderful privilegeto provided with the very best of

All Creditors and Persons Notice Is hereby given that j intendent of Public Instruction, have served you as one ofyoll1' educational opportunities pos

; Having Claims or Demands A- Norma Rudd filed her final report Court House Crawfordville, School Board Members for sible. I have had two daughtersto

Virginia K.l htly EditFred **i gainst Said Estate at executrix of the estate of Florida, for the construction of the past three years. graduate from Crawfordville
a Consolidated 'High School Since the last time I was asking School with honors and
You and each of here- M. A. Rudd, deceased; that she one in
KtiKhtlty 'Publisher by notified and required you are to filed her petition for final discharge Building in Wakulla County, you for your vote and support I the fifth grade, and grandchildren -

pre- and that she will Florida. I was married December, nearing school age. I am
sent claims and demands apply
Entered at Crawfordvill Florida which any to the Honorable Ceorge L. Har- The Building is to be of Masonry 1963, to the former MargaretAnn i proud of our Wakulla County
either of
you, or you, Construction of
in second clan matter. Subwrlp may have against the estate of per, County Judge of Wakulla and concrete of Class Rooms, (Peggy) Lynn, daughter of Hugh McCallister Schools, but want to work to-
consisting Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Lynn
Stephen W. Re veil deceased County, Florida, on the 11th ward many needed Improve-
lion rU $3.QO() per )'ear Science Laboratories, Home The Lord has thus
Tallahassee. i
.i. of ments. fit
see to
: late of said County, to the day April, 1966 for approval Laboratories Industrial FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER you placeme
Making dau-
far blessed us with a lovely in this honored
of and
., County Judge Wakulla Coun- same for final dis- j DISTRICT NO. 2 position
and Vocational
Arts Agriculture I
ty, Florida, at his office in the I charge as executrix of the estate ghter, Diana, who is now one your vote and support will be ,
I of M. A. Rudd deceased Shops, Library, Gymnasium, year old. Therefore I now have appreciated and I will f fa
count it
house ,
court of said County at Band and Choral Rooms Cafe- I To The People of Wakulla
incentive inmydesireforcontinued
II Crawfordvllle, Florida, withinsix on this 3rd day of March, 1966. teria, Auditorium, Administrative even more added Im- :' County) privilege to serve you.

'[ HENRY WILLIAMS calendar months from the /(/ Norma Rudd Offices, Play Ground Area provement our school system. I would like to offer myself Nelton JerniganFor
time of the first publication of Executrix of the Estate of
and for Count -
with Base Ball Diamond I intend to run this campaignon to you as a candidate
REALTY this notice. Two copies of each M. A. Rudd, deceased. No.
u Foot Ball Field with Stadium. the accomplishments and im Commissioner, District
I claim or demand shall be In The Building will be Heated and provementslfeel have been i School Board Member
writing, and shall state the placeof 3/10-17-24-31 I ITaltahaMet Air Conditioned.Plans of Mrs. A. C.
made during my tenure [in of- I am the son District No. 5
I Reg. Real' Estate BrokerSt. residence and post office ad- and Specifications will fice. I would like to mention a |I McCallister and the late A. G. I hereby announce my candidacyfor
dress of the claimant
Marks Fla.' be and shall be available to interested bid- few of these at this time. In the McCallister. I graduated from the office of member of the
I sworn to by the claimant, hit ders at the office of the Archi- of buildings and class- Crawfordville High School In Instruction
new Public
of of
BUSINESS way Board
Phone 14'/ agent, or attorney and accom- OPPORTUNITY tect Robert A.I.A. work for
o Maybin, rooms, we have the new Gymnasiums 1952. I started to District No. 5.
panied by a filing fee of Available j Wakulla County
one U.S.A.
throughout 210 E. College Avenue, Tallahassee at and Shade- Swift Packing Company after
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES dollar and such claim or demand and Canada. A new product Florida (P. O. Box ville. We have a new Science |o graduation and have been with I have tried always to gin fair

not so filed shall be void. which will sell itself. Our lineis 3125)). A plan deposit of Fifty Lab and Library at Crawford- them for almost 14 years. I am consideration of all conditions.If .

Associate Itl Stevie Revell a complete business within ($50.00)) dollars will be required ville. We have a new Administrative I married to the former Waunell you re-elect me to this office

: As Administrator of the Estate itself, no sideline Investment I by the general contractor bid- Office and Cafetoriumat i Bodiford of Samson, Alabama.We I promise to continue to serve in I

.. M. Hatcher Sr. of Steen W. Revel, de- necessary. Space-age advance. ding on the contract, to be refunded Shadeville. have two children, Michelle the best interest of oiu- Ichool.Ylt.m.
Phone H4 Used by homes, hotels, farms, in full on the return of 6 both
6-3201 We have made repairs at the 8, and Ronnie, are .
4t-3/10.l7.24.31.. government installations and the plans in good condition within Crawfordville School.
Buckhom Elementary School attending Your vote and support will be I
Advertising five days from the bid date. with additional work contem- We live on the A. C. McCallister -
by Company. Users may order Additional sets of plans may be plated at this time. We com- farm near Wakulla Springs.We appreciated.,
If You Need. for $13.95 per gallon delivered obtained by the general con- pletely reworked the floors of the are members of the Craw- S. E. Roddenberry.

LEGAL NOTICEIn I prepaid. tractor, and plans may also be St. Marks Elementary: School. fordville Baptist Church: and
Exclusive Franchise. invest-
obtained by the subcontractorsor We also completely refurnishedthe Crawfordville P. T.A.
Office Supplies
ment secured by fast moving 'IN SERVICE
other interested for MEN
parties a I
and replacedsome I will for :
Office Furniture. the Court of the County with a sell dining room run my campaign
guarantee of dol-
Judge, Wakulla County, flo- deposit Fifty ($50.00) of the equipment in the county commissioner strictly on
Business Machines rida. In Probate.In agreement. lars per set, with the deposit kitchen of the lunchroom at St. my ability and not the faults of Pensacola Fla. (FHTNC) |
Set or Call I $400 minimum 14758. refunded less Fifteen ($15.00)) Marks. We expect to begin construction my opponent. I am a man witha Boatswain's Mate First Class I
Estate ofThomas
re i 40 maximum investment.For .
RANEY WHALEY A. Moore, informationwrite dollars to cover the cost of reproduction of a storage facility at mind of his own. I believe Arthur E. Green, USN, son of

Deceased.To or complete call: on the return of the St. Marks Very shortly. This is that I am right until proven Mrs. W.N. Roddenberry of Sop-

documents in good condition something which has been need wrong, but when shown that I choppy, Fla., has reported for
CAPITALtOFFICEEQUIPMENT All Creditors and Persons Area Code 314-PE. 9-0125 within five days from bid date. ed for some time. In the way am wrong, I am man enough to duty at the U. S. Na';al Air Station -

CO. Having Claims or Demands A- Franchise Sales Division 0-2 Contractors bidding on the a- of educational aids, we are now admit it. I say this to bring out Pensacola, Fla.

gainst Said Estate 3024 North Lindbergh Blvd.St. bove project will be required to in the process of completely up- one point. If elected to this office For more than half a century
Youandeach of you are here- Ann, Missouri 630747t217. furnish a bid bond in the amountof school libraries.
319 South Adami St. dating our By that belongs to the peo- Pensacola has been the hub of
by notified and required to pre not less than five ((5%) per the beginning of the next school ple of Wakulla County and not the vast Naval Air Training
Corner E. Peiuwola sent claims and demands cent of the bid, which bond ,
term this should be completed.We any individual, I will serve the Command, where every Navy
TALLAHASSEE which you, or either of you, shall be in the form of a cashIer's have on order a of the and :
FLORIDA currently majority people not and Marine Corps pilot starts
may have against the estate of IIJVUTES' Of THE WAKULLA check, certified check, or
large of Individual. I believe aviator's
quantity equipmentfor or the
very any group toward earning
Thomas A. Moore deceased BOARD bid bond written by a reputableand I
classroom aids which will be InWakulla County and the of Cold".
late of said County, to the lEETIJVG' MARCH '14 '1966 acceptable company, made : distributed to all the schools as people in it and I strongly feel
of Wakulla Coun- payable to the Wakulla County
County Judge
; soon as received. Your County that they are ready for a change
The called to
ty, Florida, at his office in the meeting was Board of Public Instruction, S.
order by Chairman[ Roddenberryvith school system now has a full- in their countygovemment, andI
court house of said County at E. Roddenberry, Chairman.
Crawfordville, Florida, within the following members pre- The successful low bidder will time Guidance Counselor the ask you to give me your vote NOTICE' TOHOMESTEADERS
six calendar months from the :lent: Mr. Posey, Mr. Paulk, be required to furnish a performance First time ever. The Guidance and support that we might join
i time of the first publication ol anJ Mr. Strickland. Mr. Crum bond and a payment bondin Counselor can be of invaluable hands and work together to makeour
I absent. the assistance in helping our child- county a better place to live
this notice. Two copies of each amount of 100% of the
The meeting was opened witha ren realize their educational po- and raise our families. All horns! owners are urged to
claim or demand shall be in contract price, with a surety
tentials.In I invite all of either in and file for Homestead
prayer by Mr. Paulk. the you to come
writing, and shall state the company acceptable to own-
place of residence and post office The minutes of the meeting of er, before the award of the con- the way of improving our call or come see me anytimeyou Exemption and make a Personal -

t of the claimant, and shall February 14, 1966, were re ad tract. financial operations, we are adhering have a suggestion or a ques- Property Return. April 1st is 0
to a strict Purchase tion to ask. I solicit the last to dd this.
be sworn to by the claimant, and approved. The owner reserves the right to very humbly day I
agent, attorney and accompanied Moved by Mr. Posey, secondedby reject any and all bids. Order System to insure that we your vote and support. Emmett C. Ferrell, Jr.TaxAssessorWakulla j
receive a dollars' worth of goods
Mr. Strickland that the McCallister
fee of dollar Hugh
by a filing one Board of Public Instruction County
and services for dollar of
board employ Daisy Emma Whiteas every
and such claim or demand not so Wakulla FloridaS. I
clerk for the monthsof your school money spent.
filed shall be void. typist E. ChairmanW. -- -
Roddenberry, efficient have I.
March, April, and May of By operations we
DAVE HAMRICK Katherine M. Ferrell 1966. E. Whaley, Supt. of Pub. been able to drastically reduce

As Administratrix of the Estate Voting for the motion: Mr. Instr. and Secty. to Board the cost of bus repairs and supply

'INSURANCE AGENCY of Thomas A. Moore, Roddenberry, Mr. Strickland parts. Yet at the present time SPECIALS
deceased. and Mr. Paulk. 3/10-17-24 our bus fleet as a whole is in the "

AUTOMOBILE 4t-2/24. 331017. Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded best mechanical condition in

BONDS by Mr. Posey, that all bills FOR SALEI Jersey Cow, $150.- several years. The State Audi
be tors' Report of our financial operations -
paid as presented. DO;Jersey Heifer, $75.00 Sweet SPECIALS FRI. :
; SAT.
CASUALTY Voting for the motion: Mr. for the last fiscal yearis MON. AND T.UES.
NOTICE UNDER Potatoes, Bu. $3.00 Smoked
Paulk Mr. Mr. Strick- the best received
Posey ever byyourSchool
Bacon Pound, 75* Row Boat and
land and Mr. Roddenberry. Board. We have Im-
$25.00; 22 Cub. Ft. Deep
FIRE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded Freeze, $200.00. Grace Council plemented or are in the processof INSTANT :

that the undersigned, desiringto by Mr. Posey, that the Board Route 6, Box 160, Tallahassee implementing the StateAuditors'suggestions MAXWELL HOUSE :
PHONE 877-3108' engage In business under the subscribe to the Sopchoppy City Phone Walnut 6-3237. for improved -
fictitious name of PANTRY .: Water and Sewerage System. financial operations. I am 6OZ. I

1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 PRIDE, in the County of Wakul- Voting for the motion: Mr. FOR SALE: For quick sale. 1- confident that the Audit of our

la, intends to register said name Strickland, Mr. Roddenberry, 1/2 acre under fence good financialopcrations for the cur- I I
TALLAHASSEE. FLA. Mr. Paulk and Mr. rent fiscal will be bet- 'Coffee
with the Clerk of the Circuit Posey. well. Approximately 5 blocks year even 79"
Moved by Mr. Paulk, seconded ter
Court of Wakulla County, Flo from Courthouse in Crawford yet.
rida. by Mr. Posey, that the Board These are some of the many
ville. Contact Mr. A. C. Ho-
construct a facility at changes which have been made
--- ---- storage
.. FOOD FAIR STORES INC. Crawfordville Florida.
gue ,
the St. Marks School. during term of office. I feel
LEON :: a Pennsylvania corporation, 2t-3/10.17. Fresh
SFPTIC TANKSERVICE 7000 N. W. 32nd Avenue Voting for the motion: Mr. that these changes can only serve Grad A FRYERS, lb. 35cT.

; Miami, Florida 33147 Paulk, Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. to Improve our school system. '
.'- Strickland and Mr. Posey. The most valuable asset we BONE STEAK lb.
Aronovitz Aronovitz \ Political 79c
C Haver-
Clean Out field Moved by Mr. Strickland, seconded have in our County is our child- ,

Repair by Mr. Posey, that the ren. We must constantly provide

New Installation Attorneys 117 City National for Registrant Bank Board adjourn. AnnouncementsThe every educational means possi- PORK CHOPS End Cut 79c
Voting for the motion: Mr. ble for them. Our children of
I The Best For Less Building Paulk, Mr. Roddenberry, Mr. today are our leaders of tomor-
25 West Flagler Street CHUCK ROAST 59c:
Strickland and Mr. Posey.S. < Political Announcements appearing row.I
Miami LB.
Florida 33130 .
i Telephone E. Roddenberry, ChairmanW. under this beading ore feel that the School Board is
' .Tallahassee! 877.1773: 4t-2/24.3/3.1Q.l7. E. Whaley, Superintendent PaM for by the persons whosenames the most important elective office -
\ after f::00 p.m. are signed thereto) to be held In our County Stokeley CATSUP, l4oi. 19c

... .. .. Government
.. -- -:--- UiuiiMm[ Firm DISTRICT No. 4 I have School tried Board to Member serve you with asyour TOMATOES No. 303 can'l. 3 for 49c

complete honesty and diligence
I wish to candi-
announce my in our endeavor to provide good uIANT F A B 77c
dacy for the Board of County ,
schools for children..
My only -
Commissioners, District No. 4.
DIRECTORYPfttornlM desire is work for the
offer myself for this high office to con- '
because I feel that I can tinued schools.improvement of our MYLES TABLE SALT 22 o*. 2 for 19c

honestly serve all of Wakulla
These Advertiser earnestly solicit the vote and '
County with Integrity and intel-
of all who Irish POTATOES 10 Ib.&c
support citizens are
ligence. I served on the Wakulla ,
County School Board for 8 Interested In continued improvement -

I years. I am a native of the of our schools: BANANAS
F R M Bobby Paulk 2 Ibs. 25c
Lltfle Folks Store county and have taken an active .
O. I. GRAMLING part in community and county
FEEDS "The Capital'IA(. projects. I am a member of the FOR SCHOOL BOARD SHOP LOCALLY AND SAVE :
!J Majors for Minor & CO. American Legion, V.F.W. MEMBER, DISTRICT NO. 1 .
Cilildr,,,'. Furnttuft. Toy, Florida Highway Patrol Auxiliary PIGOTT

Gamtt Hohbui Out-Stop Senlee for Wakulla County Chamberof I hereby announce my candi- STORE

Flint River Mills 133 N. Monroe Baby Aoeee.orfe.St. Feed Seed Fertilizer Commerce, Panacea Chamber dacy for Member of the School MEDART'PIGQTTS-
WHS S. Memo, ph. 123-0274 ..! of Commerce, and Sopchop-: Board from District No. 1.
Poultry Supplies py PTA. I am in business for I served on the School Board

,Garden Tools myself in the county.I for eight years, being defeatedin
-' promise that if I am elected
-- .- _. So.Ada** at s'.A.LR.R. I will you always act for the I 1962 feel by that Bobby experience Jean Paulk.

Baker-Alford I Co. Crossing best interest of all of the count qualifies me for this office If

"Tin Parts Httut' Phone 222-4812 I am elected I pledge to serve

I Anything for your auto truck humbly solicit your vote and the people to the best of my a- ,

Light Wtigkt a. (.'/MCr.', Btockt: "s lawnmower.bwt ..and much for your James C. Taylor vote and support.Kenneth AND CARRY

Hanson, Wood and 208 N. Adam C. Roberts. '
St. Ph >zgo FORMERLY
Hoel Ind; Inc. r STORE
S. Adam. St. at 4-Polnts 'Capital 1 ;:Stone Co FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Tt 1.222-5840 P. O. Box "1Yeagtr \' Ince uoa( > DISTRICT NO. 3 For

I' MARBLE: GRANITE I hereby announcJ my candi- BUILDING
---,. .-----, BRONZE: dacy for CountCommissioner I wish to announce: my candi- SUPPLIES-AUTO PARTS:

:MEMORIALS tjom District do. 2, Wakulla dacy for 11-eIe c tI on to the
County Board of Public Instruction of -FEEDSEEDFERTILIZER'STANDARD I
shun c-e.r W.rkAU" I'p" I promlv if I am elected I Wakulla County.
(08 W.Calm StT IUO'71"w..u..r Wakullal' I have
will we'. to make and will continue to
. Inc. ;BueJua. Ker.r Count1 {fOW. work for a better education for OIL PRODUCTS
I h'/Jbly ask for your vote and your children and mine.

,Iaareis.. end BotIU tvj.rM. I I earnestly solicit your vote WE. ARE OPEN AND
214 8. Adaraa Btu., "T.\\ 2224680I E. L. .Clover I support. .-.. .. .--
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Gwynn & DanielMODE
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t. Sapp !
! throughout Mrs. NannibettJonesand the community."crew" SCHOOL. NEWS I

: FLORIDA fHA FINANCING AT 6% t 'I last week planted shrubs and BY Wanda MetcalfThe
.. flowers on several street comers.
'BLUE 13W-0000 I I ANY TYPB HOME BUILT ON YOUR lOT'ttl: ACREAGE It has been observed that the Seniors are presenting 8:00 I.
66WHITE 1 community, has a "spring" look their play tonight at 0-
SERVING WAKULLA CONN AND UK: OCASTAL AREA and that what has already been clock in the C.H.S. auditor- ,
19 Sunshine State : ium. Mrs. Belle Fahey, director -
planted is thriving and
I:1 I growing. of the play, feels that the
I 'YU4-2601 YU4-7435 102-219 i D.lbert Roberts, son of Mr. play will be a great success.,
I and Mrs. Bud Roberts, has returned The play, "His Name Was Aunt
I SALE II PANACEA. FLORIDA home from the Tallahassee Nellie", is considered ridiculously -
1 Memorial Hospital after undergoing funny by audiences across
LET_US!.,BUY OR SELL surgery for a tonsillectomy the country. The cast includes
Danny Miller, Marilyn Alii
good, Kathy Strickland, Doug
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Lipford and Wright, Martha Turner, Karen
FREE TAGWith f daughter, Beatricia, of Wood- Nazworth, Wayne Langston,Mil-
I i ville, visited Mrs. Lipford's par- Harrell, and
dred Smith, John
The Purchase of Any Used Car Over FLORIDA STATE Dents\ Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Donnie Sparkman. Admission

$600 From Either of Our OK Used Car Lots! '. Sunday. prices are $1.00 for adults and

ALL PRICES CUT FOR THIS SALE! I Miss was Nona a weekend Re veil of guest Tallahassee of her- 50 At$ for a call students.meeting, Wednesday,
9 A 111 d,
March Marilyn goo
sister and brother, Mrs. Amanda -
Now Showint$ Student Council President,
I Now Showing$ I Stuber and Mr. Louie Revell. ap- .
uue uw pointed Wanda Metcalf as vie:
Natalie Wood Mrs. Conrad Hairellof Havana president and Jan Pearce as sec-
Julie Andrews I
Look at These OK Specials! i I Iand, mother, Mrs. Edna Raker of retary, to fill the vacancies, until -
I u.+ un Christopher Plummer Christopher Plummer I Crawfordville, Mrs. Annette arrangements are made for a .
I Rehwinkel, also of Crawford- student election. Then repre-
"INSIDE DAISY CLOVER" L "THE SOUND OF MUSIC" vile, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Mc- sentatives were chosen for the .
LOT NO. 1 LOT NO. II Laughlin and daughter, Betty upcoming state convention: in
Sue Medart, Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne. Each school is allowed -
i 327 N. Adomi Ph. 224.3211 1414 S. Monroe Ph. 222-545 I Wilmer Whaley and Mrs. Florida four delegates, for voting

1965 MONZA 1964 CHEVROLETBelair I Whaley, all of Medart, Mr. purposes, at the convention.
I 'i I and Mrs. O. S. Moore of Lake Those chosen were Marilyn Alll-
4 in the floor, 4 door with : City, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Roberts good, Jan Pearce, Diane Porter,
radio & 1795 automatic transmission, 1695 I PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN and family; ,Deputy Sheriff R. E. and Wanda Metcalf. The con-

: heater. ................. radio and heater ........... I OUTDOOR ON WOODVIILE HWY. Whaley, Crawfordville, and Mrs. vention will be the 14th, 15th
I Louise Sapp, visited Mrs. Nellie : and 16th of April.
1964 FORD 1962 CHEVROLET Raker, who returned home Sun- Many students attended the
V8 engine 4 door with standard shift, day after spending several days movie, "The Sound of Music",
radio, heater Sand Impala 4 door sedan with* : Now Showing$ Today. Friday C Saturday to the Tallahassee Memorial at the State Theatre. Having ::
airconditioner. 1495ter V8 engine, automatic 1295 I Hospital with pneumonia. wonwide acclaim across the nation -
transmission and heattr. "THE WAR LORD" it was thoroughly enjoyedby
........ I i and"TEENAGE Jerry Bowden, mayor of Altha, all.
i and along,. with some friends from
1964 CHEVROLET 1962 BELAIR : THUNDER" "THE BLACK SPUR" Marianna, transacted business in
V8 4 door sedan with and Chevrolet V8 4 door with radio, heat. Bonus Feature Fri. C Sat. Wakulla and Leon Counties Sat- CRAWFORDVILLE HIGH
automatic er, automatic transmission H I and I urday afternoon. SCHOOL
transmission.One 1295 1 and 1195 ( "CHECKPOINT" "KING RAT" iI i Miss Carol Stuber returned

owner car. .. ....... power steering .............. I. home after visiting her sister, NEXT WEEK
Mrs. Zelda Simpson and family MondayBarbecued
in Beef
1961 FORD Tallahassee.Mr
2 door, radio and heater L.I : Slaw
equipped. One owner 1295 Fairlane 500 4 door : : Wesley Smith and daughter Potato Salad
I low mileage import sedan, V8 automatic trani-$795 Tina, visited Mrs. Fred I Mixed Fruit
mission and power steering I Strickland and family in Talla- Bread. Butter

1960 CHEVROLET i R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME hassee last Friday. I Milk

V8 4 door Belair with 1960 CHEVROLET I Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Roberts : Tuesday
heater Power glide, one $695 STATION WAGON, I; Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director and daughters, Desi and Dawn, hamburger Steaks
owner, low mileage auto. of allahassee, were the dinnergptsts I Parsley Potatoes
6 cylinder with 695
Phone 697.3366 Green Beans
I of Mr. and Mrs. James
1959 IMPALA standard transmission. Lawhon and family Sunday. Peaches:

2 door Hardtop, 2 tone Blue & White I i CARRABELLE, FLA. \ Milk Bread Butter
MlssJwe Roberts, Sopchoppy
with white wall tires, radio, heater, Several Vi Ton Pick-Ups I I 21 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"SERVING and Misses Valerie, Susan and
I and automatic Fleefside & Stepside. Kelly Hodge of Tallahassee, I Wednesday
mission. One trani$695 I VAKULLA COUNTY were the overnight guests of; egetaBeef Soup
low mileage .. Come by for Demonstration I Mrs. Delton Colvin of Medart S Peanut Cabbage/Pineapple Butter Cookies Salad
You Are Better Off By Far In An "Alford" Car. Saltines Bread Butter
I Ii Milk
I Mrs. Karen Cox and children,
-- Kim and Ken, of Tallahassee, Thursday
returned home Sunday after' hamburgers:
I II Ii : TAXNOTICE : spending several days visiting 'I Lettuce Tomatoes
herriparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Potato Chips
I I D. Reynolds.. Apple Sauce
Bread Butter
I The Lions Club of Sopchoppy i Milk
i held their bi-monthly
meeting Friday,_ ,
,; : Monday evening, March 7, at I ,
i the Sopchoppy Cafe with almost Turkey' Rice
Tossed Salad

; .II.1 \ ; i complete guests from attendance.the Tallahassee Special Lions Jello Cookies w/Fruit

Club were Buddy Bannerman and
I .: : REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL TAXES WILL Jessie Rehwinkel. New mem- Bread ButterMilk
t bers into the club
accepted were
.:{,i' "I i t\::" BE DELINQUENT County Agent Ernest R. Wheaton -
Pleasant C. Vause, and John
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.'. : .,. i APRIL 1 ST. Gilbert Lawhon. Entertainmentwas
..; ... provided by Henry McDon- MT. OLIVE P.B.
\:: : ( ald, Jerry Simmons and Cecil CHURCH NEWS

/" PLEASE PAY YOUR TAXES BEFORE Robison. The following service: will be
If f\ v Happy Birthday to Marty Re- held at Mt. Olive P.B. Church
ii i MARCH 31 veil, David Roddenbeny, Le- during the month of March 19-
+f,: mud 1 Strickland, Joe Mathis, Aprll27, 1966
AND SAVE A PENALTY. Linda R. Jones and Janice Third Saturday Night March
I Thompson.Mr. 19,'1966 time 7130 P.M. The

j TAG DEADLINE IS APRIL 20. COME and Mrs. J. A. Faircloth Sponsor Rev. Joe, Mother Egtton Effie will Nelson.preach.
I and Mrs. Myra Finch of Telogia Fourth
Sunday Night March
EARLY AND AVOID RUSH : Willis.visited her, sister, Mrs. Carlton 27, 1966-time 7:30 P.M. The
Rev. Frank Ford and his church.
Sponsor, Mother Fannie Allen.
J. M. GWIN Fourth Sunday March 27,
1966 time 2:00 P.M. Davis
NOTICEThe Court Oration Program, St. NoraP.
r Tax Collector .B. Church, Sopchoppy, Florida -
Crawfordville Lodge No. the Rev. I. Allen, pas-
294 FOAM will hold their dedi-
cation of the new lodge building are cordially invited.
\ I Friday, March 18th. with a fish The pastor is the Rev. W. M.
fry starting at six 0'clock. The Hays and the reporter is Pasco
I dedication follows the fish fry. Jiles.
All Masons are urged to
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