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 24, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Crawfordville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Wakulla County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33429963
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4 2 Davis, 35 year old Gadsden County attorney, today
URGED AT HEARINGSt. Pictured below are the newly ed that he would be a candidate for the State Senate in Croup J.af'

Marks Early completionof elected officers of Mrs. Gowdy's the 24-county 2nd Congressional District. r tt
the study for the route of the Sixth Grade: Davis was the first:; of three candidates to qualify in Croup 5. 40' r 1 { k
intracoastal waterway route had originally qualified in Senatorial District 5 prior to the

from St. Marks to Carrabelle reapportionment. by the Special session of the Legislature.In .

was urged by Congressman Don announcing: his candidacy,
; Fuqua at a public hearing held Davis said, "I feel that a fairer PROCLAMATION,
by the Corps of Engineers here apportionment must come from
the next session Of the Florida
l Tuesday morning. WHEREAS, the President
Interested citizens, local and Legislature as no one can pro- United States, by
the in 24 ,
state officials were Joined by perly represent people Congress, has proclaimed l I
ru Fuqua in urging that the studybe counties. The people of our rural as Cancer Control Month; ; ,

\ completed. The waterway is and thinly populated areas WHEREAS, cancer is
( )Ji completed from Texas to Carra- 1 must have" representation closerto serious he lath problem in "

belle, and funds have been allocated a them. da, having caused the
Davis attended the
for completing the stu- than 9 700
more persons
DONALD L. TUCKER dy from St. Marls to the Tampa schools of Cadsdcn County and year, and with an .
FOR STATE Bay, leaving the rather short graduated from the University of 20,000 new cancer cases
Florida with degrees in Agriculture -
distance from St. Marks to Car- andWHEREAS
and Law. He is a former year
REPRESENTATIVEDonald rabelle as the only area where more than
State President, of the Future
L. Tucker of Craw- funds to complete the necessary men and womenthroughout ...
Farmers of America and also -
fordville has re-qualified for the study have not been approved. rida volunteer their
served National Vice Presi-
The Congressman pointed out as help continue the .#
office of State Representative.He dent of Davis
in that the portion of the waterway organization. Cancer Society's fight
is a
served in the the
2 of the new house district for under discussion was aurthoi din Stan Tucker, President Korean War. Army during cancer -- with the -

Leon, Wakulla and Franklin 1937, but due to the cost of Hal Davis is married to the programs of public and I
filed constructing four highway brid- sional education research
Counties, having previously former Carolyn Black of Lake .
law for the by local interests, fundsI..Id services and .
former ges ,
under the City. He and his wife have four patient A. :.; l i. 1
Wakulla not been allocated to completethe WHEREAS these
seat which encompassed 1. children and reside in OuincFT. r r'h
/ .
Franklin and Jefferson Coun study. will urge their neighbors, i L ,, ...., .
ties. He pointed out that the hear- GORDON NEEDS their neighbors, about J,' S I
Tucker a partner in the Tallahassee ing was for the purpose of con- 7 Danger Signals", so that J, 'l j ''..1J \'
law firm of Tucker C sidering a shorter route than the CIVILIANS TO WORKFt. lives may be saved by 3 -t

Alexander. He is also the attorney original proposal, where onlyone detection and prompt, ...
for the Wakulla County highway bridge would be 1 Gordon Ga."Morethan treatment of the vicious ; :'L..a': ..

Board of Public Instruction and needed. a thousand civilians arc NOW, THEREFORE, I, ...
for the City of Carrabelle in Fuqua said that the existing: needed at Ft. Gordon to take Bums, by virtue of the \& .. ,1
Franklin County.He part of the intracoastal water- care of the conversion of mil- vested in me as Governor :
is a 1962 graduate of the way now carries traffic exceeding itary positions to civilian posit State of Florida, do ... .:" {
University of Florida Law School. original estimates by 500 ions under the Defense" Department's proclaim April, 1966, as .'."Lw.7''C -,.., ".
and per cent, and that this volume program, according to :. .: .
Tucker an Armyveteran Cancer Control Month in
William .
is still I I M. D'Antignac, Ft. r .
completed a two year missionin increasing."According information Cordon's civilian personnel and lurthcr suggest that all ,(. .. 7l.
Washington and Oregon for zens make themselves .. .
by the National Asso- Pointing out that the most \ '. f/
the Church of Jesus Christ of ciation published of River and Harbor urgent need is for clerks and ware of the threat of \ ..

Latter-day Saints. He is currently Contractors the Gulf Intracoastal clerk-typists, D'Antignac laid I year-round; heed the \f. ,. .: .. .
President of the West flo- personnel are netted in other Cancer Socl. ; -
rida District of the Church. He Waterway has 1 Larry Posey Vice President categories as soon as possible, early detection, discuss the William P. Malloy, District Commercial Manager, Southeastern
1953 of 14.8 -
of to second
served a term as governor of flo- as for jobs as instructors for the sease with physicains during Telephone Company, and City Councilman Steve Revell of Sop-
rida Boy's State, was appointedby United only to States.the Great Lakes in .J Signal School; electronics in- nual health checkups and choppy, discuss underground cable laying In the county, a part of

Governor Fuller Warren as the He added that the completionof r- staller-repairmen: guards and for suspicious "warning Southeastern's upgraded service program.
Chairman of the Florida Gov- policemen."We toms

ence ernor's and has Youth represented Safety Confer-flori- traffic al,the coupled Cross of the with Florida ever Barge increasing overthe Can- typists,urgently" he said.need These 200 will clerk-be hereunto INWITNESSWHEREOF set my hand and,ca I SOUTHEASTERN PHONE CO. DUSTY COOK GETS

da at the National Safety Coun- makes waterway it apparent that hired as CS-2's or CS-3's at a the Great Seal of the PROVIDES EAS CABLEMr. FOOTBALL AWARD
cil Convention. years beginning rate of $3,814 c'r Florida to be affixed at
volume will continue to Increasein
Sponsored by the Wakulla the $4,149 per year. Typing hassee, the Capitol, this William P. Malloy, Dis- The annual Crawfordville Athletic -
Tucker years. speed required is 40 words February A. D. Banquet was held Monday
County Jaycees, was recently full with per 1966. trict Commercial Manager of
He cooperation Jf
urged night in the school cafeteria.Bob .
selected by the National minute. (Seal) Southeastern Telephone Company
Board as one of the Outstanding the Corps in providing the nec- Approximately 150 clerks are Haydon Burns, Governor and Mr. Steve Revel, Harvey acted as toastmaster -
essary information which would needed to take of mil 7"i for the occasion as members
Young Men of America.In Attest: Tom Adams City Councilman in Sopchoppy,
announcing said, "I have prove conclusively the benefitsof personnel clerks, pay clerks Secretary of State inspect the cable plowing operationwhichwillprovidethc of the 1965-66 football and bas-
the economically over
been actively campaigning since supply clerks, postal clerks anda sub- ketball squads were recognizedfor
the cost of construction.
I first announced on January 29, general run of clerical type scribers in Sopchoppy Craw their efforts.
1966, that I would be a candi- positions. These will be hiredon fordville and Panacea with addi- Coach Elmer Coker told of the
date for this office. The fact a CS-1 GS-2 and GS-3 levee tional E.A.S. (Extended Area prospects of the next year and
that I live in Wakulla County, SOPCHOPPY NEWS A CS-1 clerk will be hired Service) circuits between these changes of scheduling in football -

practice law in Leon County and \\Tl lr as a result of a general clericaltest. communities and long distance .
represent municipality in BYLoutse C. Sapp service in Tallahassee.This Coach Mat Mathis gave a resume -

Franklin County places me in With Spring In the air the James Jones, Treasurers "Many clerks beginning at a is the second phase of a of last year's baseball sea
CS-2 level could GS-3 son and told of the coming season -
the unique position of under- plants and flowering shrubs are go to a ( long range expansion project
standing the needs of the citi- coming to life. Azaleas burst level from three to six months, which began in 1965 with an expenditure which opened Tuesday.
zens in each of the three counties forth with their radiant beautyin depending on the Individual's of over$85,000.00 for Highlight of the evening was
skill the awarding of the annual Wa-
Inasmuch as the representative many yards throughout the Mr. D'Antignac, establishing a micro-wave link
from Croup 1 will be community. The wild azaleas pointing out that the same is from Tallahassee to Crawfoid- kulla County News Football Trophy

from' Leon County, I am sure and other woodland beauties are I applicable to the CS-1 who can ville and buried cable to Pana- which has been given by
advance to the CS-2 level the paper each since 1957.
that the two smaller countiesto emerging from their winter I in the
the south of Leon will greatly sleep. Many people have been same manner. Malloy stated, this second year's selection was Dusty
I "Another group needed badly Cook, senior halfback. The
of the
appreciate the election a man outdoors planting flowers and I phase project of providing
said D'Antignac, Is the merits for the selection include
who resides additional E.A.S. circuits between
in the center of .he transplanting others. The landto -
electronics for
II installer-repairer leadership! athletic
district and is Sopchoppy, Crawford-
qualified to serve the west of Roberts Service the field maintenance ability scholastic
shop, un- standing and
the ville and Panacea will
entire district. I will give Station has been cleared and enhances derthe Maintenance Directorate. a complete sportsmanship.Fred .
sound and honest the of that the long range expansion project
representation. beauty pro These
employees would be under Kelghtley In his remarksat !
Tucker was born in Tallahassee have been started in 1965. The completed
perty. Many saplings the Wage Board group. They the presentation said "ath-
and educated In the public planted and their shade will.be would begin at 2B-8, at a sal- I' SAM TEAGUE BEGINS installation of the additional letic programs of the schools to-
E.A.S. cable
schools of Leon and Wakulla few Ground to Sopchoppy In-
In a
enjoyed years. ary of from $2.37 to per day build strong leaders of tomorrow
Counties. He graduated from has been plowed in many gardens hour and some in the same category CAMPAIGN FOR SENATESam :, approximately 7 miles of in both character and

Crawfordville High School In and soon the greenery of as WB-11, at a salary of businessman cable and central office body. "
1953. He was Class Salutatorian the and Teague equipmentand re presents an ad-
plants vegetables will from $2.92 to $3.22 per hour. Dusty Cook is the
former of son of Mr.
Mayor i ti 0 n a I expenditure of
Football Captain: Senior make their appearance. Truly Twenty guards and 8 policemenare over and Mrs. Sanford
Cook of
his Craw-
:lass President and Student this is a blessed time to begin needed. These are to be officially got campaign This represents a fordville and has
President.. Bo-I anew and rejoice in a time of Patricia Moore SecretaryCRAKfORDVILLE hired at the CS-3 level, starting the State Senate .underway expenditure of over $109,- football, basketball lettered in
he the first and baseball -
beauty.The HIGH at $4,149 per yea week as around began the for Increased and improved at the school.
Ft. Cordon will need approx- many swings facilities in these com-
CHOOL NEWS Panhandle s huge 24-county since 1965 and will
CARD OF THANKS Rev. Don Padgett and his imately one hundred instructorsfor
family were guests of the Sop- I BY Wanda Metcalf the Signal School. Levelof natorial District." additional future
choppy Methodist Church and the for these positions depends "If elected, Teague said, REVIVAL
We wish to take this opportunity home of the Rev. Jesse L. Baker I The Journalism class, formerly largely pay upon the past experienceof plan to spend one week I By use of the cable plow oper- BEGINS SUNDAYAT

to publicly express our grat- and family this past week. Mr. known as annual staff, has applicant, and educational each month traveling the cable was placed un- I CRAHfFORDVILLE
itude for the many kindnesses Padgett was visiting evangelistfor sent the completed pages of this level of the individual. out my senatorial district and will not be sub METHODIST CHURCH
shown to us during annual the Ing and visiting with the to trees and
our recent a revival meeting held in the year's to publishers.Mrs. Eligible civilians are being stll'm. falling ,
sorrow. church this past week. He gavea Foss said the annuals will hired on a permanent basis. All In order that we can telephone line damage The Rev. Luther V. Lalte.
We want to thank those who vivid recitation of the Ser- probably be returned the last applicants will be consideredIn tood friends and that I may Is usually associated wit, minister? the College Park MethodIst

gave generously of food, mon on the Mount complete part of Marcher the first part of accordance with the govern- derstand" the problems of facilities. Church in Orlando will
flowers, and prayers. We esp- with appropriate costume at April. ment's equal opportunity policy.Applications area. Mr. Malloy further explained be the visiting evangelist at a
ecially want to thank those who one of the morning services. Mrs. Howard's 11A English are now being For the past llIlve f all existing circuits Sop- series of revival meetings this
did all that wai humanly possible This service left a lasting Im- Class is going to read "Rebel accepted by the Fort Cordon has served as choppy which are now working Sunday March 27, continuing
for Mr. Chason when he was pression on all who attended.Mr. Without a Cause" for the next Civilian Personnel Off ice, Building President of Leon Federal overhead facilities will work through Thursday, March 31.
stricken by a heart attack on six weeks. This play had been Number 2050. For Information ings and Loan Association the new cable when it is Evening services begin
the Tallahassee Highway.We and Mrs. J. A. Fa ire loth chosen for the Junior class play telephone 733-8611, Tallahassee. He was into service. The present at 7>30 P.M. with a nightly
ask Cod's richest blessings and Myron Finch of Telogla, a- but was discarded because of the extensions 8-4240 8-4242. Tallahassee during calls completion of vice. The choir will song ser-
for all of you. long with Mrs. Steve Re veil, difficult acting Involved.Mrs. during which time service within the next 45 special music: at these provide
The Family of M.L.Chason attended the funeral of a rela- Libert' students found initiated some of its days. A reception for the tenricei.

tive In Sumatra this past Friday. errors in the new SRA Reading' FREE FISH FRY civic improvement programs.In I and his wife visiting will be minister held

Laboratory 11B, when they were discussing the needs of in the social hall
POLITICAL RALLY Bill Banks of Floral City visit- using it. Nine of the students WEWAHITCHK,4 rida's government, Teague ST. MARKS'BALL Y Sunday evening following the
ed Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp wrote letters to the publishing "The next five yean may service.
APRIL 16TH The WewahItchka iniif community is
this past Monday. company. A letter from Mrs. Development be the most impcotant five to cordially
The Crawfordville Methodist Ruth Saul who wrote back Committee and the We- j in the history of our State The St. Marks Woman's Club services.y"ed The attend Rev.these revival
to the follow- wahltchka City Commission f ernment. will sponsor a fish and Political Jesse L. Ba-
Church will sponsor a fish fry and Happy Birthday concludes that the students were'right fry ker is the pastor of the
Political Rally on Saturday April lags Glenn Nichols, Naomi in all of the mistake except -I cordially invite the general public Rally on April 2nd in St. villa Methodist Church.Crawford-
16th on the lawn of the Vause Marguerite Rhames : one.Monday. to attend a free fish fry on r i Marks.
church starting at five o'clock.All Mildred Chandler, Clayton night the annual Athletic -I the grounds of Gulf Coast Electric The public and all candidatesare I
candidates are Invited to Oaks and Fay Baker. Banquet was held in the Co-op, Wednesday, March _she's home, are Invited. .
spjak. -school cafeteria.: 30, at 2:30 P.M. rc T ( a f Irl-f rlend or a boyfriend ,




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TRADE NOW AND SAVE! [ I JIttCH 24. _1868 i

Sixth District Senatorial Race SPECIAL PRICES


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But you can't tell 'em without a program6th I led


DISTRICT .... I We Thank You 1414 S. Mo fe'ph'" 222.MM
For 41 Yearsof 1

FREE Busin ss. 1960 Pontiac $695
: I IPalatka V8 2 dnor Hardtop Coupe with
1964 Chevrolet $1295 I radio healer automatic tram.
lawy.r, Narvard ail I heater mi..ton, white wall tire,. ihjrp
Jackson Bryan dealer labbyilt i and automatic trinsml ion. Ont 1959 Frdl ..tardl'Jf ?
rairtane "
i 1964 Chevrolet $1395 with' automatic. Irinsmillion. r.
Ed Bush Palatka lawyer, Stlho 8 cylinder 2 door with radioheater din l'lean.healer and white wall Urea Nat Polak, 34, Tallahass.,. "

I The Purchase Of air conditioning auiomatio l"n1m.nInd Ont owner" 1965 Mustang $1995 businessman, has qualified, ,
Tom Davis lake City candidate ne. '52. low man wto 3 speed transmih'ion. t c>Under candidate for State Represent,, .
Used Car Over
i t Any 1962 Dodge. $895 radio and heaur tive, Croup I, in the countie. ,
I $600 From Either of '. Ion pick up 6 cjlindci. jnt 1963 Corvair. $1095Convertible ofWakulla, Leon and Franklin
John Due Quincy Negro otty for CORE I Our 0 K Used Car 4 sperd, ihlft radio Polak is a nephew of the late i
1 Chevrolet $1795 and healer real sharp ur.
Luther L. Pararo, Sr. Mr. Pa-
Lots. H ItoU'I $1095Sunroof
: Irmala i 63 Volkswagen.
vorfFOR ,.
served 20 Clerk
raro as of
Sport with' I 'U""1 n"inmission years
PETE GIBSON X Perry IUCCIliful.uIIHllllla radio. and heater Real with radio and heater the Court of Wakulla County .'
ONE ALL PRICES CUT sharp car. 1962 Belair $1195 ,
Polak is proud that he has five
i FOR THIS SALE 1964 VW . $1295 Ch.vrolel8 automatic 4 door. tranimiulonmd with radio generations of relatives from
Wayne Mixson Marianna Y.,. Fla Faun lurtau LOT t I 1 owner door low with mileage rode hater car One power..leering Wakulla County."Because .
: 32T N. Ad-tma Fh 224.3211 1958 Dump '$895 1962 Jeep. $10SildUon :> of these close tu
I 1964 Ford $1495 1 ton FORD Truck Ilh 2 speed ,,",on. Recondition. to the people ofWakulla County -
Odis Murphy Perry defeated county tax collector i VS engine,, 4 door with aland ready to go lo work for you throughout non I wheel 4 drive speed i. radio trarw idheater Polak said, "I am mindfulof I
ard ih It. radio heater and air their needs and the responsibilities 1
con dill on rd.
I which a State Representative -
B. C. Pearce Palatka Mnata author of districh 24 county THERE IS NO GAMBLE! YOU ALWAYS WIN! owes this county.''
Nat Polak is a Tallahassee businessman -
with experience in insurance '
WHEN YOU TRADE AT motel and laundry op-
erations. He is a business administration -
L P. "Pete" Gibson is the only one of the i graduate of Florida

above who has a proven record of service for all State University, which he attended -
r on a football scholar:
0:. T the people. He is the only one who has led a fight : ship. He was very active m

against a sales tax on medicine and groceries and student government at F.S. U.
ALFORD He is a veteran of the Korean
who has sought prosperity by luring industry into : War and directed the physical

North Florida. i fitness program for the general
Mt I I staff at Seventh Army Headquarters -
I involving 40,000 men.

t Lis DON'T BET ON A LONG SHOT I NatPolakhas been very activein
I the civic, church and busi1 1
Re-Elect CHEVROLET ness affairs of Tallahassee, serving I
i as President, officer or director -
iI I In most of the organiza-
tions to which he belongs. Po-
PETE GIBSON as I lak is a Mason, Clvitan, Jay-
II cee, and member of the Episcopal I
I Church of the Advent.He .
STATE SENATOR ."' \>\.1 II has also been a Sunday
i "y. r "rf""lO.fn
,- ( Schoolteacher and Superintendent -
e : / ".',- of his Sunday School.He .

\ FOR THE SIXTH.I I .t: 4'J( ,. ". is a member the Cham-
; / ber of Commerce, QuarterbackClub
j 1" ; _. a s Life Underwriters Association
Y I Lodging and Restaurant
Political Adtertliement Paid For By Campaign Treasurer Association, P.T.A. Friendsof
rtl the Public Library, YMCA,
Leon County Heart Council, F.-
J. ; S. U. Alumni Association and
l : the Florida Young Democrats.For .
he has coached '
many years
baseball teams for young
boys in Tallahassee. He has
also coached in the P-Weefoot-.
,, ball league.
<1'I' w He is married to the former

.f .a 1;A 4s r t, Barbara Herring. They have
? two children, Mike, 11, and :
.., Vicki, 6.

? i I In discussing platform, Po- 1
lak pledged "to represent all
.: : \: the people of Franklin, Leon and
[\.t rS;. :. I r Wakulla Counties fairly and e-

:': ; :( ;. .!. qually."1 recognize" the needs for improvements -
: in our schools and
;,: 'I'Ir for raising the level of teacher
; salaries. I will also work to de-
I iYou'll velope the expansion of the universities -
I and junior college in
I our district.
"I will work with the govern-
mental, civic and business organizations -

J i : just love your of Franklin, Leon
and Wakulla Counties to promote -
. ; industry that will benefit
, !
electrIc WATER HEATERESPECIALLY our citizens and help Improve
our economy and Increase our
per capita Income."I .
( THE SAVINGS'') will work towards greater
expansion of our state agenciesand
You'll love it because a modern quick of c.ire-frcc security institutions, tourism, tim-
ber and seafood industries. All
electric water heater
l'I your recovery family all the hot water gives they Sold But that's not all! of us, directly or Indirectly, are
dependent on these three indus
need (A 40-gallon tank is right for the You may be surprised to know that an tries for our economic survival.My

t I average family) electric water heater costs less to buy, business experience espe-

I Youll love it because it's flameless lest to install, and less to operate than cially this qualifies goal, since me to I know accomplish and-

I needs no flue and can go anywhere. flame-type! (Ask your dealer or understand the needs of these

Need a Persona! Loan ? I ( Even a closet-it's cool to the touch.) plumbing contractor to explain why.) industries and their effect upon
our .
Besides, since there is no combustion And now, maybe economy.Polak
you can save
i I it is cleaner. And live with an extra said many state em-
you a sense $2500 (See offer.) ployees are not paid wages com-
parable to those In private industry
TAX DEADLINE-APRIL 15 ; i iI fications.who have the-same quali

"I am in favor of a realistic
v .ptVE, YOUR PAMfty .THAT DO IT Now-SAVE $25 EXTAAI approach to an increase in state

I The tAag1eR RI IiNa ., If you're a euetearMr of Florida employees salaries, so they will
income Power
tax deadline always has a way of creeping up pP SfCUf'I1'i Caporeteon endwitch from f receive wages equivalent to
I arrnlype those "
to an electric water Mohr between Industry.
even though you are aware of it. Are you "down to your lastdollar"as M.rch 1 end April 30, wet giw you PoL. k of is also opposed to conflict -
I an inntlUahon.tlow.nc.Of $25.GII in state govern
a result of unforeseen emergencies, sickness, acci your 41.aler4w 'A man cannot serve two masters. -
pWmhinyttowl Conflicts of Interest are
always present when the
dents or loss of work? If you need extra cash to pay your income I I Jf a wyer-legislatoror the partner legislator .

r j himself l. a registered

tax, see us. A low-cost personal loon will let you absorbthe lobbyist, paid by special Interest -

'r02Al"w d afr I e&c c hat t./ "I group will Introduce legislation to

cost over a period of months. Drop in and talk over your prevent member*of the legislature -
from using the power given
them by the to fea-
requirements with us. You'll find us helpful and understanding. .rvice. ther the nest of special Interests
W. it with .
j say at the cost of the general pub-

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tt.J.i &J rat PAYMe lIIIIfrottO_ pi':....,_A/IIY Cypress Gardens' water ski
.. show clown icU are molded flJwglas -
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DISTRICT NO.3. ItKl'LU DISTRICT No. 4 District No. 5 THURSDAY. MARCH 24, 1968cenTht:

.,, ;'i lk COUNTY I hereby announce my candidacy
I wish to announce my candi- for the office of member of the

To friends and believers in bet- dacy for the Board of County Board of Public Instruction of

j 'oUtiel1 AnllOWlCementi! eQesrina ter schools forWakulla County I Commissioners, District No. 4. WakuUI County, District No. 5.
The J announce I offer myself for this high of-
W. e! my candidacy for the
I have tried fair
always to give
the nurd District. fice because I feel that I can
Paid lor by persons thereto As honestly serve all of Wakulla Consideration of all condition ,
names m signed ) a former teacher for 10
years and the mother of 4 grade- County with integrity and intel- If you re-elm me to this office

I lOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER i school children, I feel that can ligence. I served on the Wakulla I promise to continue to serve in I

j DISTRICT NO. 1 help m forming policy to improve County School Board for 8.years. the best Interest of our school II I 8
our schools and I am a native of the system. 1I
1 prepare our
and Fellow Citizens
My children for a much more com- county and have taken an active Your vote and support will be

'J"f WakulIa Countyt plicated world than the one in part in community and county appreciated.

May I take this opportunity to which you and I were brought up. projects. I am a member of the S. E. Roddenberry.

formally announce my candidacy For the past 5 years, with the American Legion, V.F.W. -

;t for re-election the Board Hugh MC1l1lster help of many other parents, I Florida Highway Patrol Auxili-

of Public Instruction, from Dis- have fought long and hard to ary, Wakulla County Chamberof CHRISTIAN I APPROVES FIVE
trict One. I consider it a great lower schoolboard salaries Commerce, Panacea Chamber I

honor and wonderful privilegeto FOR COUN IY I CO\L\1ISSIONER that this money could be spenton so of Commerce and Sopchop PROJECTS FOR SPECIAL ,I :

have served you as one of DISTRICT N0. 2 bettercquipmcnt and supplies py PTA. I am in business for NEEDS OF SCHOOLS I

your School Board Members for for our children instead going myself in the county. i t/ / nqA?
To The People! of Wakulla I I that if I am elected -
: the past three years. into schoolboard members'pock promise you State School SuperintendentFloyd ii
asking County: I will act for the
Since the last time I was always T. Christian ,
and I would like ets.In best interest of all of the county today approved i
you for your vote sup- to offer myself 1961 when the schoolboard five projects totaling I

port, I was married December to you as a candidate for Coun- asked our Representative to see $288,357 under Title I of the I

1963, to the former MargaretAnn ty Commissioner, District No. :, about raising their salaries from I humbly solicit your vote and Federal Elementary and Second- i

(Peggy) Lynn daughter of 2.I $100 to $200 a month for a sin- support. ary Education Act.

Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Lynn of am the son of Mrs. A. G. gle half-day meeting, nearly James C. Taylor Designed to meet the special

Tallahassee. The Lord has thus McCalhster and the late A. C. ONE-FOURTHthevoters of Wa I needs of educationally deprived

far blessed us with a lovely daughter McCallister. I graduated from kulla County signed a petitionto FOR SCHOOL BOARD' children, the projects will be

Diana, who is now one Crawfordvillc High School in vote AGAINST raising their MEMBER, DISTRICT NO. 1 I conducted by the public school

year old. Therefore, I now have 1952. I started to work for salaries. The petition was ignored I systems of Hardec, Hendry, Marion -

even more added incentive in Swift Packing Company after and the bill, already In its I hereby announce my candi- Pine Has and Wakulla

my desire for continued improvement graduation and have been with second reading in the Legislature dacy for Member of the School 'I' Counties.Cltristlannowhasappoved.

of our school system. them for almost 14 years. I am was never withdrawn. In Board from District No. 1. 135 It's good to get home. .

I intend to run this campaignon married to the former Waunell December, 1964, the memberswere I served on the School Board I such projects in all. They will
the accomplishments and im- Bodiford of Samson, Alabama. given a total of $11,843.- for eight years, serve children in 65 counties, after a day of hard work or hard play. And it's I

provementslfeel have been I I We have two children, Miche- 43 over and above their $100 a feel that experience i i and use $21 699 645 of the pleasant to relax with cool, refreshing beer. In I

made during my tenure in of- lle, 8, and Ronnie, 6, both arc month, not for any extra work qualifies me for this office. If $27,478,937 available to Flo- fact 65% of all the beer produced in this countryis
attending Crawfordville they had done, but as a political rida's schools under Title
School I in the
lice. I would like to mention a I am elected I pledge to serve
gift at the of all the enjoyed at home. It cheers taste as it renews -
lew of these at this time. In the' We live on the A. G. McCallis- expense the people to the best of my a- current fiscal year.
tee: farm Wakulla schoolchildren in the county the zest. So make yourself at home. .
way of new buildings and classrooms near Springs. I bility. I humbly solicit your Among projects approvedwas your ,
we have the new Cymna- We are members of the Craw- including Two their own. vote and support. : Wakulla County to hire with beer i
iiims at Sopchoppy and Shade- fordville Baptist Church and I months after this moneywas auxiliary personnel purchase
ville. We have a new Science Crawfordville P. T.A. distributed a Grand Jury investigation I Kenneth G. Roberts equipment and materials for the INC.ti::>.
Crawford- I will run campaign for revealed the run- improvement of instruction In ,
Ub and Library at my
down conditions of schools. I, P. 0, BOX 273. WINTER PARK, FLORIDA
commissioner our schools with numbers of
'ville. We have a new AdminIstrative county strictly on large
Office and Cafetorium my ability and not the faults of After another long fight over FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER disadvantaged students, $38-

.it Shadeville.We my opponent. I am a man witha this matter, the bill was finally DISTRICT NO. 2 165.

have made repairs at the mind of his own. I believe repealed in the 1965 Legislatureby

Buckhorn Elementary School that I am right until proven Rep. Ernest Roddenberry, hereby announce my candi-
but when shown that I withdrawing a total of $500 a dacy for County Commissionerfrom
with additional work contem- wrong When CARE was founded 20 WANTEDLISTINGS I
month from board members'salaries 2 Wakulla
plated at this time. We com- am wrong, I am man enough to District years ago, its aid went solely to
pletely reworked the floors of the I admit it. I say this to bring out to be used on the schools. County.i war victims in Europe. Only 3 ON ACREAGE
I have also I
thru elected
fought if I
every i I promise am
St. Marks Elementary School. lone point. Ifelected to this office European countries still get help.
also refurnishedthe that belongs to the medium of public opinion to will work to make Wakulla CARE concentrates I
We completely people show Today, on FROM S ACRES UP
that some members of the
dining room and replacedsome of Wakulla County and not County grow bringing food, self-help and I
board were absent without cause ask for vote and
of the equipment in the I any individual, I will serve the I humbly your medical aid to the people In developing WE HAVE CLIENTS
and at times when their ,
kitchen of the lunchroom at St. majority of the people and not presenceand support. nations of Latin

1 Marks. We expect to begin coni any group or individual I believe their vote was crucial in E. L. Clover America, Africa and Asia
implementing board decisions.At STEVE REVELLPANACEA
i struction of a storage facility at I Wakulla County and the
St. Marks shortly. This is people in it and I strongly feel one of these important meet- I
very --"
ings held last July to hire a new I
something which has been needed that they are ready for a changein
I In the their government, andI principal, a meeting was post- I""
for time. | county
some way poned twice because 3 members ROOT. RODDENBERIIY ASSOC.
of educational aids, we are now j ask you to give me your vote couldn't be present. When the R. L. RILEY FUNERAL HOME
in the of completely and support that we might Join '
updating j
process meeting was finally held 2 & Funeral Director
our school libraries. By | hands and work together to make Licensed Embalmer I
members had to wait more than
the beginning of the next school our county btttet place to live
an hour before the 3rd member Phone 697.3366 ,
and raise our families.I .
term this should be completed.We arrived could have
so a
currently have on order a invite all of you to either to vote. EXPERIENCE GETS THINGS DONE t tI
quorum FLA.
call or come see me anytimeyou tI
large quantity equipmentfor
very Serving on the board is not on-
classroom a ids which will be have asuggestionor a ques- ly a matter of accepting bids on "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE"SERV I tJ
tion to ask. I humbly solicit
distributed to all the schools as equipment or hiring teachers,

soon as received. Your County your vote and support. but a matter of understandingnew I NG WAKULLA( COUNTY J

school system now has a full- Hugh McCallister trends in education in a

time Guidance Counselor the mechanized and automated world ,

first time ever. The Guidance where there are too many peo-

Counselor can be of invaluable TOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER .I ple for simple jobs and too few t

assistance in helping our child- DISTRICT NO. <@ac 2 for occupations that take ideas, STEVE REVELLROBERT
ren realize theireducational p0I complex training and disci

I tentials. I ,wish to announce that I ama pline. I H, RODDENBERRV AssociateA I
I In the of Improving our It is to understand
way candidate for re-election to necessary FULL TIME AND COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE
financial operations, we are adhering the office of County Commissioner these changes and keep abreastof '

I to a very strict Purchase from District No. 2, Wa them to prepare children to -

I Order System to insure that we kulla County.I overcome the problems of the FHA FINANCING AT 6% "
receive a dollars' worth of goods pledge my continued efforts world with enough training so Whit seniority does my and thi ," 'ln .1..an

and services for every dollar of for a sound and progressive county that the problems of the world ANY TYPE HOME: BUILT ON YOUR LOT OR ACREAGE thi Approprta nyon !avpbhrahip' HlL Sop .m.ttl
your school money spent. government. will not overcome them. litre lean to you "l' peen!.

By efficient operations we have I sincerely appreciate the privilege As the daughter of a teacher SKUVING: WARUUA I1OTV AND TIE Ul\"FAI. AIWA (hit you for hew limit. ifi an tA' 11 Ir'.>di:>ralprojectR Ivcvoicn 'I 11 e.

been able to drastically reducethe of having served this office and a teacher for many years In our dlittn, I. and

cost of bus repairs and supply for the past three terms and myself, I feel qualified to help YU4-2601 YU4-743S W02-2194 Witor "

parts. Yet at the present time earnestly solicit your vote and you fight the battle for a better

our bus fleet as a whole is in the support in the coming primaries deal In education for your child PANACEA FLORIDA successfully last year to cut

best mechanical condition in ren and mine. I ... ,, S2.4-hllllon I from the budget Cos.em.w..0 a le.tlrlALtM.w.
I several The State Audi- Ralph Strickland I pledge to you In the 2nd b..nd 1., : 'nI.e e"e-
years. I Mrs. Elizabeth F. Smith LET US BUY OR SELL FOR YOU District, continued vigilance '5dbe"w I :MA.p..A.l i
'tors' Report of our financial operations ,- j ti> Bulntaln a sound flHCal *-*..".. CmmmMl. .. nan to
policy." e. ....."1..'. I.. Ih. .IM'I'KO
for the lart fiscal year ....... ...
COMMISSIONER town of /.N.e ...roil..of aN.AIe.wA. .
R is the best ever received byyour FOR COUNTY In the Colombian ..,...._ .... I/oi... LwaJ
' I! School Board. We have implemented DISTRICT NO. 4 II I FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER Alexandria, State of Antioqula, I Nwp I.Nr........1.r.na.w/,
I or are in the processof DISTRICT NO. 1 Why 300 farmer are paid in CARE ,
implementing the StateAuditors'suggestions I wish to take this opportunity food gifts while they build farm-

for to announce my candidacy for I hereby announce my candi- to-market roads. The 10-month
financial operations. I am re-election to the Board of dacy for member of the School the Monitor project "payroll" will total 4,000 KEEP MATTHEWS IN CONGRESSDEMOCRATIC

County Commissioners District Board from District No.1. Food Crusade packages, PRIMAUr 1
confident that the Audit of our CARE :
... ...
financial operations for the cur- 4. t tI I would like to express my interest recommends subscribed by Americans at a -

rent fiscal yearwill be even bet have served the citizens of'|j in the schools of WakullaCounty dollar per package. '* -- '. .' *
Wakulla County for 11 years. and it is my desire that
These yet. are some of the many Ihave been honored by my col-i every child in the county be read)
made legues by being elected Board provided with the very best of I you
changes which have been
during term of office. I feel I Chairman for five of the eleven educational opportunities possible :
j my I locallieWspalier LIVE HERE?
yean that I have served.I I have had two daughtersto
that these changes can only serve your
I' ask the citizens of Wakulla graduate from Crawfordville
to school
improve our
system. County reflect the progress School with honors, and one in I
The most valuable asset we
that has been made during the the fifth grade, and grandchildren -
have incur County is our children. -
j I have served. I have school I
I terms nearing age. am ALKJONI
We must constantly provide
worked for the establishment of proud of our Wakulla County Your local newspaper is a wide.range i a4ltaeYwaxt
every educational means possi- the Wakulla County DevelopmentAtthorityand Schools, but want to work to- newspaper with many features. Its I
ble for them. Our children the Wakulla ward many needed improve- emphasis is on local news. It also II I use yw mmarn

today. are our leaden of tomor County Development and Recreation ments. If you see fit to placeme reports the major national and inter 4'"x'1 adraa ,

row.I Commission.I in this honored position national news
feel that the School Board is +
was one of the original sup- your vote and support will be awrws tar
the most important elective office for the restoration of the appreciated and I will count it LOCAL PAPER rwaa'ruaru.
porters .
to be held in our Count off- We specialize in analyzing and interpreting
Government. I old Fort. I supported a privilege to serve you. the Important national and vtraninuw

I have as shore fishing reefs and the pre- Nelton Jernigan international news Our intention is .1
tried to serve you
11 t at I rlneAry
School Board Member with I sent recreational a c Y to bring the news into sharper focus II
your Haul-Over Rise. I have work- The Monitor has a worldwide staff of II I i
complete honesty and diligence I edwith the developments the correspondents-some of them rank I /trP
in our endeavor to provide good I in world's finest. And theMonitor's
Volunteer Fire Department MEMBER among the
schools for children. My only FOR
our the county. I have seen the results S incisive provocative editorials
desire is to work for the of the cooperation between DISTRICT NO. are followed just as closelyby

tinued Improvement of Civil Defense Unit and other the men on Capitol Hill as they
t our for
con-I' I announce candidacy
schools. desireto my ire by the intelligent, concerned
I earnestly solicit the vote State continue agencies.to serve It is for my the best School Board Member the belief from that District -I I adult on Main Street. You will vote for four state senators In these counties. Your new
of all citizens
support Wakulla Coun I
interests of all of have the background and qualifications probably know the Monitor's pro senate districts are 56825.
Interested in continued improve ty. My experience, I feel, is to make the people of fessional reputation as one of the

ment of our schools. valuable to the progress of our Wakulla County a good School world's finest newspapers. Try the You will be able
to vote for four
Bobby Paulk County; the knowledge that I Board Member. Monitor; see how it will take you state

have gained by attending State- I am married, have two child above the average newspaper reader. 5r senators, one in each of these districts:

wide meetings of County Commissioner ren, veteran of World War II, just fill out the coupon below. 5-6.8-25
has made it possibleto serving with the 101st Airborne ------------ M ,

FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER consider problems for the bet- Division I school teacher for The Christian Science Monitor J
DISTRICT NO. 3 terment of the county. three years member of Lions One Norway Street
! will be gladto talkwith any- Club and Wakulla County Boston Massachusetts, US.A 02115 Compliments
I I candidacy I assist rlt". start m>Monitor subscription for
to announce my body who feels that can I Chamber of Commerce member .
checked btlow. I enclose
Hit pwiod
i for re-e hction to the them with their Medicare prob of Sopchoppy Methodist 1_ill,1. lundtl.Bl .
I Board of Public Instruction of lems. Church and lifelong resident of VCA $t4 Q 6 month $12 CECIL A.
Wakulla County. I humbly and eamestly solicit our county.. I graduated from moans$eName

I have and will continue to your vote and support. college with a B.S. and Mas

work for a better education for Willard Carter Chairman ter's Degree. KENNEDYCandidate

your children and mine. I will work hard for you and I SIr"tCI M

I earnestly solicit your vote will appreciate your vote and I I Ie
and ,- ; '
support. support. 25

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2 FOR SA LEI "Black Beauty" NOTICE
7 1966
THURSDAY. _MARCH. Z4, 1966 1956 4-door Cadillac except- the Court of '
'" ional. Practically all small of Wakulla County met this

\ WAKULLA parts recently replaced. $525. rida Judge, ,In Wakulla Probate.In following present Willard Carter, !i
Phone Walnut 63944.Box Ralph Strickland, George Young, LUMBER
COUNTY NEWS'" 115. Crawfordvlllfl. Fla._ re Estate of ; Pearce, Clerk; W. R. Taff, '' [ t

Telephone WAlnut '.1301Vlrrlnl. LEGAL NOTICE \ read and approved. I
To All Creditors and Board to provide drag line for II I
Having Claims or I Ochlocknee Bay. It was so or- : : I I
In The Circuit Court of the I gainst Said Estate I Walker. I
Second Judicial Circuit of flo- You and each of Walker and the second of Com- 'j
KrlKhtlty Editor rida, In and ForWakulla Coun- by notified and you at the request of Mr. J. D. Wil-
ty. In Chancery. sent claims and road to Nat Hardin property in
:' 1374.W.
Fred.. KflghtUy 'Publisher'Fntered and EssieW. which you, or
C. Holley Jr. ,
work Magnolia Street in St. Marks
at Crawfordvllle Florida HoUey, his wife, Raney C. may have against the
Whaley and Victoria Whaley, Stephen W. Revell, ATTENTION. .
requested, on the motion of
late of said
ni second) clan matter. SuWrlptinn hlswife Arthur R. Robinson and County
Mr. Scruggs of the State Road
County Judge of
rptsA: .3.00 per year Eloise F. Robinson his wife, U. S. 319 could be lowered for MR. FARMER
'. ,. Plaintiffs, ty, Florida, at his .
court house of said
vs. Crawfordville, by Mr. Davis to give J. C.
Panacea Shores, Inc. a Florida six calendar months was carried.
corporation, and W. D. Ferguson time of the first by Mr. Davis to connect to water NO.3: BY THE 1000 OR PACKAGE

HENRY this notice. Two carried.
WILLIAMS Defendants. claim or demand to work road into Mr.. James

REALTY NOTICE OF SUIT writing, and shall state Young voting NO, for the rea- $65.00 PER 1000
building a new road to Mr.
of residence and
TOt The Defendant W. D. dress of the claimant, Port Leon Road was carried. I I
be the
teg. Real swornto by
BrokerSt. Ferguson, whose addressis Access Street in River Bend
Marks Fla. Route 1, Box 78, Bonaire agent, or attorney SPECIAL LUMBER
panied by a filing
31005. :
Georgia Janitors salaries to $300.00 per
dollar and such
Phone 741 I GREETINGS: other
raises granted county em
mand not so filed
t W. D. Holley, Jr. Essie W. of Commissioner Young.
REAL ESTATE ALL TYPES Holley, his wife, Raney C. : /sStevie RevellAs before them and directed that
Whaley and Victoria Whaley, Administrator of and there being no further RAKERS LUMBER & .SUPPLY CO. .
his wife, Arthur R. Robinson of Stephen W.
the Board the same was adjourn-
Associate: and Eloise F. Robinson, his ceased. Strickland. PHONE *163022SPECIALS
R. 'M. Hatcher. Sr. wife, having filed their sworn 4t-3/lQ.l7.24.31.
Phone Wt 6-3201 Complaint herein praying for a Chairman
mandatory injunction requiringthe LEGAL NOTICE : Moody Pearce, Clerk
defendant W. D. Ferguson

forthwith structure from to remove Lots 16 a and certain 17, In Court of the OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I.SPECIALS I.

If You fsleed. Unit 3, in Panacea Shores ac- rida.Wakulla In County Probate.In ,. 28, 1966
cording map or plat on file in
Office Supplies the office of the Cleikof Circuit re the Estate of of Wakulla County met this
Called Meeting with. aU members
Office Furniture. Court of Wakulla County, flo- M. A. RUDD, ,
Business Machines rida, said structure being more Deceased.To the following
Secondary Road
particularly described in the All Whom It May
Bee or Call Road Department for their
: consid-
Complaint joining the defend- Notice is hereby
RANEY WHALEY ants Panacea Shores, Inc., and Norma Rudd filed her
W. D. Ferguson from violatingany port as executrix of the
CAPITALtOFFICEEQUIPMENT of the other covenants and M. A. Rudd, ;
restrictions governing all of the filed her petition for
CO. lots in Panacea Shores Units 2 charge, and that she !! (primary)
and 3, and granting plaintiffssuch to the Honorable
319 South Adams St. other relief as maybe meet per, of : (primary)
and proper in the premises; it CounFlorida (primary) I Ip
Corner E. r.naa..ola on to write Mr. Fagan of Wakulla
I is therefore, of
April 1966
day at Junction of SR 61 and U.
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA ORDERED that the defendantW. of same and for a State Park.
D. Ferguson is hereby required -
charge as executrix
I to the
to file his written defenses Coming attention of the
tate of M. A. Rudd, duly made and
to said Complaint in this on this 3rd day of seconded motion.
cause and to serve a copy thereof l 1
/s/ Norma Rudd
upon the plaintiffs, or their
Executrix of the i
attorney, whose name and address -
M. A. Rudd,
is W. J. Oven, Jr., Box
953, Tallahassee, Florida, on
or before the 28th day of April, 3/10-17-24-31
1966, or said Complaint will be
taken as confessed and said cause CRAVFORDVILLE
will proceed accordingly againstthe 1111'1 -
r defendant W. D. Ferguson. SCHOOL MENU

and the Seal of said Court at
-- -- Crawfordville, Wakulla County Monday !
Florida this 17th day of Hot Dogs
March, 1966. Slaw 1 SON A l TAXES WILL
Moody PearceAs Potato SaladChocolate
DAVE HAMRICK Clerk of Circuit Court In Pudding
and For Wakulla County, Florida Bread Butter I FRI., SAT., :MON. AND TUBS:

bye /Beatrice Dui!: "r Tuesday
AUTOMOBILE Deputy Clerk (Seal) SpaghettiMeat FRESH GRADE A-

BONDS. 4t-3/24,31,417,14. Turnip Sauce Greens TAXES BEFORE

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Bread ButterCornbread
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Used by homes, hotels, farms, RUSHJ.
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Bread Butter
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