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: April 21, 1966
Publication Date: -1968
Frequency: weekly
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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).
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JERRY CARTERThe Ir. : '. l'I-: :: """ : ;: ." .'. ::" :'" .t ":: ,..;;, .

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I have heard it said that wherever my nameis

mentioned in a crowd in the State of Floridaat '1 4i11F
least a part of the group will smile. I am r rllir 1I IOU'il

happy to have been able to make people laugh.No < f
one enjoys good fellowship with friends

more than I do. Of the things I have said or "Mr 111or

done that people laughed at, many of them, if 4 few ltr rr 11 RI eo It c, ,+u .
not an overwhelming majority of such things;: V"r w rr
have had serious purposes. More than that I !! I u 11 fi

made them laugh, I believe the many thousandsthat A
have voted for me in the past have doneso

because of the solid benefits they have enjoyed

due to my work in public office.I .

am pleased to count among my friends and 1 r r t 1 +f r h

supporters the humble and hard working people

whose interests are my most serious con

cern. But among my supporters also are found

many of the most discriminating, such as attorneys The headquarters of the Florida Public Serv- mately 75 persons. There are 7 district field

college professors, executives of big ice Commission is located at 700 South Adams offices located throughout the state i

business enterprises who perhaps more than Street in Tallahassee, which employs approxi-
some others are in position to judge the qualityof
statesmanship.Some Duties and Functions of the

of my friends have said "Jerry if you I

have been in office for a long time and claim to Public Service CommissionThe
have been active, as we know you are activeup
to this very time, you should have a lot to
and especially the The results of this constant surveillance on
general public -
show for all your efforts. They are right. I
businessman has little knowledgeor the part of the Commission and its staff have
have been active, I am still active and I do average -
real understanding of the Commission's meant that during the last ten years the rate:
have a lot to show for the time I have tried to
serve the people. Of this I will speak in a jurisdictional responsibilities.The of the six largest public utilities have been reduced -
moment.It Public Service Commission is a complex approximately FIFTY-TWO
while increases have been ,-
DOLLARS approvmatelv
is in connection with my present activity agency with diversified interests, and contraryto MILLION DOLLARS
that I am asking you good people to reelectme the general public conception, the Commis- ,
to the Florida Public Service Commissionwith sion does more than just regulate power and The Commission in considering rate! al-
gives a great deal of consideration to service !11>
every hope and expectation of doing! you telephone companies.The .
u good job. Public Service Commission governed the Commission when it plays u prominentin >'
the benefits of
The work involves a lot of traveling. Hearings by three officials who are elected statewide and a community.
must be held the where it which The toll-free service in the Dade areas w >11 i
in areas is con who have tremendous responsibilities are
venient for witnesses and affected parties to delegated to them by the Legislature.This be put into effect at the latest in September
attend. In looking over my records for the first which 1967!> whereas, if the Commission had not acteclast
is quasi-judicial
a agency oper-
November the service would ha\
two months of this I find that
year in more fact ob-
ates under circuit court procedure, a
been delayed until 1968. The telephone com-
than six I have traveled
one day period more
viously not known by many persons, who, when ,
pany will have to invest an additional $4,300.0mi) /
than one thousand miles and stopped for hear.
before Commission testi-
they appear the : to give
in equipment to provide this new service for
of several hours
ings each in several places as
fail to realize that what they have to
scheduled on the way. In asking for reelectionit the two Dade County areas, and Southern Bell
must have some validity to be admissable as
is my pride to say that the records show thatI say estimates it will lose more than one million

have attended as many hearings in as many evidence. dollars, annually in toll revenue.
places as any other member of the commission The prime purpose of the Commission is to The Commission also ordered the Winter
either of the past or present. regulate those types of businesses of Florida, Park Telephone Company and Southern Bell to
Because particular types of businesses which serve given provide toll-free service for the areas between
they are quite recent and of con-
siderable importance I want to mention two areas and groups of people without too much, their exchanges at Winter Park and Sanford.

items in which I had a large part in initiatingand if any, competition. It is the Commission's Toll-free service is also in the future for

carrying to a successful conclusion : responsibility to serve the public interest in several Pinellas County municipalities which are
seeing to it the people receive the maximum of
served General of Flor-
Under December 23, 1965, date-line the news- by Telephone Company
service at a minimum of cost.
papers of Florida carried a story stating that ida.

the Florida Public Service Commission had The Commission now regulates five pri- As you know the federal government reduced

ordered the Florida Power & Light Companyto vately-owned electric power companies, but no the corporate tax from 52 to 48 per cent.
reduce its rates which will result in a savingto type of municipally-owned and operated utilityor The Commission ordered these six major utili-

light and power users of $9,467,000. per publicly-owned company such as REA. In ties to pass along these savings to the con

year. There were other reduction orders affect- addition, the Commission regulates sixteen rail- sumers and subscribers!: and the savings amountto
ing this same utility company within the last road companies; fifteen privately-owned naturalgas about twelve million dollars.
18 months for a total of $22,800,000. and a nine companies; twenty-two telephone com- The Commission's dedication in serving the
year total of $37,000,000. since 1957. To the public is done by action which requires constant
panies, five of which operate in one county, and
average user this means a saving of $2.45 per 4700 motor carrier operators who operate nearly survelliance, study and investigation of all such
month on a $10.00 electric bill. The $9,467,000. 80,000 pieces of equipment.The groups regulated by the Commission.
reduction order went into effect January 1.
During 1965 the Commission issued
On January 14 this year the papers carried a Florida Legislature created the Rail- than 700 orders which the attentionof
story announcing that the Florida Public Serv- road Commission shortly before the turn of the its staff and review by the Commissioners,
ice Commission had just ordered a reductionon century. It is doubtful if its supporters realizedIt
and the
at end of that period still have more
long distance telephone rates that will save
would turn into the complicated and highly than 200 formal dockets pending.
Florida telephone users $2,156,183 per year. diversified agency it is today.
This reduction went into effect February 1. The Further during 1965 the Commission ap-
Starting with the name Florida Railroad proved 222 utility tariff revisions
Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Com- and 348 trans
pany was affected as well as 21 independent Commission, the changing economy and general portation tariff revisions. The 1965 legislaturegave
growth and development of Florida has resultedin
the Commission radio
companies serving the state. jurisdiction over >
many changes in the responsibilities of the common carriers, and more than 30 certificatesof
These are some of the most recent servicesit Commission and also in its name, which became operation .
has been my pleasure to take part in and do the Florida Railroad and Public Utilities .com- were processed.The

much of the work of initiating and carrying mission, then the Florida Public Utilities Com- Commission through its Transportation
them through endless tedious hearings to a suc- mission and in 1965, the Florida Public Service Department, has received national recognitionfor
cessful conclusion. There are cases now before Commission.The combating illicit truck operators who take
the commission that involve large savings. I business away from certified operations. During

believe that I am in the best position to help Commission has exercised a constant 1965, more than $500,000 in revenue was
carry these cases to a successful conclusion. I policing action on all of the utilities of Floridafor diverted back to legitimate opera .rs by the

had a big part in initiating them and bringing a long period, and are continually going into arrest of unauthorized operators..

them-to their present status. the headquarters of the utilities and checking The Commission in 1965 signed a reciprocal

The above are from my recent past. Under records so as to determine whether the rates agreement with the State of Arizona which will
the democratic process the people deserve to they are charging to their customers and sub- save Florida based truckers thousands of dollarsa

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This is a duplicate of the picture that appeared
on the front page of the Sunday Supple
ment of Central Florida's Sunday newspaper.
(the following are a few excerpts taken from Carter with Chairman Ed Mason and transportation and freight rates and regulations ] -
the Sentinel story in 1958 by the late Henry other commissioner W T. Mayo in an actual are not only held in Tallahassee but regularly I
Balch ) hearing recently These hearings on utility. ] throughout the state.

Jerry Carter is a devoted public servant.
His list of accomplishments is staggering.His The Humorous StatesmanFrom It did not help any when I suggested that he
the Interstate Commerce Commissionfor
apply to
successful' fight to eliminate the rail-
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premission to reduce fares from
road's discriminatory 15 pet additional rate passenger
know, and it is their duty as citizens to know, :3.6 per mile to 1.5 cents per mile. This was
formula for shipments to and from Florida in
as much as possible about the candidates for calculated] to stimulate tourist movement to the
1P35 has saved the people $100 million in the
whom they vote. state. lIe thought the idea outrageous. He
years since and the millions pile higher each complained of the millions he had just .
Since you have been good enough to be interested spent.So
year. ) in some of the things in my recent past, I suggested "Mr. Warfield why don't you
Jerry Carter ia self educated man. I would] like to tell you some of the things:: with take up the railroad and move it out of Flor
Son of a doctor, he started working as a which justify!' my claim to be a servant. of the ida." lie saw the impossibility of doing that
salesman of notions, linens and other odds and people. and realized something had to be done.

ends when his dad died when Jerry was 10. Of course I believe government power should The 1.5 cent fare was put in, at first, for two
The fifth son of a pioneer Alabama family, Jerry rest with the people. A man elected to public days per week. It worked so well it was ex-
came to Florida in 1907 "with one wife, one office under our form of government should tended to every day in the week and was a real
son, one valise and one dollar," and Carter has accept the honor humbly and with an honest success for all concerned. It remained in effect
raised seven fine sons of his own, ((5 living) determination to handle his job to the best interests for six years. It brought many thousands of
all successful in their fields of work. of the people. Before I ever held public tourists to Florida] and helped all who servedor

Carter is a cracker box sort of philosopher office it was my pleasure to take part in state sold goods to them.

whose ideas and ideals are a real] inspirationto wide campaigns that had the effect of takingthe The first state-wide office I ever ran for and
those who know and love him. power out of the clique in Tallahassee who was elected to was as a member of the Florida
His brotherhood of man philosophy is the thought the state government belonged] ) to them Railroad Commission (now the Florida] Public
guide which has led him to success in politics, and returning it to the people. Service Commission ). There is not a house-
for he is fair to the rich and powerful corpora :My first state job was to try to put the state hold or business in the State of Florida thatis
tions while he fights for the rights of the little hotel commission on its feet. It was said) the not saving money every day due to work I
man. Carter has been an ardent Democratall law requiring hotels and lodging houses to keep have done on this commission. Included in the
his life. clean, safe and comfortable] places could not be price of shirts and baby shoes, and of every
He constantly fights "the Wall St. dominated enforced. It was too difficult to get evidence. I article handled by a public transportation company -
Republican Party, the party of special privi- solved the evidence question by personally is the handling cost!' of that article (the
]Ier- catching, in the presence of witnesses and with- freight). But there was much more to the

Carter's big hat, supply of wisecracks and out the hotel keeper's cooperation, an assort Florida rate picture than the unjustly high cost
ment of live bed bugs! and. putting them in a of merchandise.
general] levity are roles deliberately adopted by
him to attract attention from the Florida Public fruit jar. iwl them as evidence in open court. When I came upon this commission I found
Commission important organization in the From that lime on there was no dispute about that all rates in the South approximately the
an '
lives of all of us which gets little attention evidence. I put fire escapes, screens, fire extin- whole territory South of the Potomac and Ohio
other than that which Carter attracts. He guishers and other safety devices in every hotel Rivers was paying freight rates 39 percent,
"I'm frugal with Florida's] and ]lodging house in the state starting with higher than shippers and receivers of freight
says as people a can't man afford to have their money taxes the big hotels.] And they were kept up to stand were paying in other sections of the United
ard in cleanliness. States. (In Florida there was an additional

thrown away. devotedto When the great land boom broke in the late "Arbitrarj" of 15 percent on top of this disadvantageous -
I know of no public servant more
Southern States' rate. The whole
20's the tourist business was in a bad state.
ideas and sound
his job, and who brings more
There were said to be 100 thousand rooms in rate structure was designed!' for and had the
practices to his work. the state empty of tourists.!' As hotel commissioner purpose of discouraging" establishment of industries .
The staff of tile commission is brilliant andit I tried advertising that prices had gone !' in the South, and more particularly in
is Jerry Carter who .started the practice of down. That a Florida vacation could be had Florida.
hiring top brains! not political hacks, for postson at a reasonable price. But another idea also For instance it was possible to ship a car of

the staff.Actually. occurred to me. This idea was!' to give a bar furniture: from Grand Rapids, Michigan, to
Carter not only furnishes many of gain in travel expense. Tampa, Florida, for a given amount.

the Commission's best ideas but also it is his Tourists came to Florida] at that time ]largely Without unloading, or even breaking the seal
inspiration to the members of the staff which by train. The railroads were hard hit. Particularly on the car, it would cost!' several times as muchto
has!' given drive to the entire organization.When ] unhappy was David Warfield, president of ship it back to Grand Rapids. In this case
the Florida Public Service Commission Seaboard Air Line Railway. I had been able it meant that furniture factories could not
gets into a legal fight or any other sort of to be of service to him by suggesting and point. afford to locate in Florida. The freight rates
fight, it gets in to win and it usually does, to ing out the possibility of his buying state required to move their product to markets
the good fortune of the people of Florida.] owned land from the Internal ImprovementFund would be too high. It meant that the forests of
Carter is constantly on the outlook for new for some of his rights-of-way. He had Florida] one of its chief assets, could not be
ideas and new techniques which the Commis- just spent millions in improvements and exten- manufactured into furniture. It meant that
sions. The railroad was now costing a lot of thousands would not be employed in furniture
sion can adopt. money every day just to own it. Warfield was manufacturing and that the state would not
He is a walking advertisement that Florida'sclimate blue. have many of the other benefits that come from

keeps people young forever. (Continued on Page 5)'Paid )


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Endorses Prominent Jerry Floridan CarterI Me Hare Hi// dy Praised

I have known Jerry W. Carter for the past 40
years, during which time he has been my neighborand One of Florida
friend. I have had an opportunity to closely lop RankingFigures.
observe his actions, and the manner In which he
has discharged his duties as a public official, for
the reason that during a considerable portion of
the time that he has served as a member of the
Public Service Commission of Florida, I was In Tallahassee
serving as a member of the Parole Com.
mission, under Governor Holland, Beverage Director .
under Governor Caldwell and Chairman of the In-
dustrial Commission under Governors McCarty,
Johns and Collins.

Jerry Carter Is one of the most colorful figuresIn
Florida's public life and It Is safe to say that he
Is a real friend of mankind. His years of experienceIn
public life, and as a member of the Public Service
Commission are Invaluable, and In my opinionhe Florida's MrS Democrat"gDATTOIfABIACHMORMNajOatXALThiir.DM.t.UW
should be retained as a member of the Commission
and I commend his candidacy for the
favorable consideration of the voters of Florida, and ,
needless to say, I shall cast my vote for him In
the May Primaries.
James T. Vocelle:

Well Known Floridan Pensacola News


Bryan Mack, now a banker In Arcadia, Florida, Nov. 17, 1965
but formerly of Pensacola, Jacksonville, Lakeland, The Commissioner To WatchNONE
and Washington, D. C., and known throughout the
state as one of the most able men In the Florida
newspaper fraternity, has this to say about Jerry LISTENED more attentively As the Commission finally settles PSC Guards
Carter's candidacy: to testimony before the Public Service down to considering the merits of this

"I have reasons that are of special Importanceat Commission Tuesday than a sharp case, the main member to pin our
this t'me for working for the rejection of Jerry faced man who wears a hearing aid hopes on is this veteran of watching Our Purses
W. Carter to the Florida Public Service Commission.The and whose 78 years are pretty the public's interest, Jerry Carter.
reasons I will outline later. obvious. Maybe this time the former pert---

"In making this endorsement I am Influencedby Jerry Carter was In Daytona Beach will have been toM -.. e rOLE of the Public Service Com
but not dominated In my thinking by the reasons as a member of the Commission, along him "tt,..' nt\ \ n & the purses of Floridi.
for which many thousands of other Florida Citizenswill with its chairman Ed Mason A. vatQ\\ bm excessive drains while assuring
be voting for him. I am thinking of the work ; q b 0 63' lies utilities of fair returns on their
ahead that must be done. Most people are thinkIng newest member W'p d4 1962 nents is largely a mystery to most
of the things Jerry has done In the past. They were here to lea. April 29, ts because of the complexity of the
East Coast Railway Monnn ...vibes Involved.
"His past performance, of course, has been sunday
wonderful. Many thousands are wearing shirts and adequate passenger __ But the end results .for residents has
shoes and using every article handled by a transportation area it serves as it obejwhich Carter been demonstrated t.. t962 the recent
company, and paying less for them be. made it resume t Needs pa8t. January 3,
cause of Jerry Carter. He originated, organized and The duty of the Cor Florida __ Wednesday
directed the 17-year battle which won the Inter. nC Star
see to it that its does Ocala
territorial class rate case. Almost as important was ing utilities is observtMV.. sEN1'candidat". ,. BannerOUR] reduce i it*
getting rid of the Florida arbitrary rate. And of \ avings thtpublic's
growing Importance Is the system of reciprocity right to good set rule endorse A 1\ le congre
agreements under which Florida trucks can travel rates is protected. Cart lion : \\t{ .Q C AL axes.
through other states. Jerry was working on this sitting on the Commission oentlal andT it to cus-
principle of reciprocity before he ever came with body q t VPllrs. the \.r-; Remembens ht on the
il But
the commission. And he has been one of those ll"lIlI'tt Carter iered
enlarging and fashioning reciprocity since. T Saturday

"Many thousands will also be voting for him J J 966 $ \ moat inter de by Florida's.ns may
because of the savings they have realized In paying fr Jerry One of the ,
Carter2On stat
and ; /# end that of Jerry
power telephone bills. These savings have \ the Year Florida Railroad
been due In no minor part to the efforts of Jerry public ofticialberaof the
Carter to hold rates down. veteran Comm braGovBrT'
Ballot" t" \ ff Utiiitie8
"I am not saying that these many thousands of ap F or an-wfassByrsfi
little people whose Interest It has been Jerry's
pleasure to serve have followed the many turns fa J3 th ant and Each, optimism
taken In these transportation, power and telephonerate w Year the optimistic immediate\ future w'W reach new
cases. They are willing to leave that to Jerry. t Jerry Cartel into the hat Florida meet duro
The users are Interested in results. Many of them t 87 ALLEN MO public Utilities and confidence rogreas and develop\factors that
have told me so. "orkfl'a RRI3 Railroad and importance to ma economiC

"But all the things I have mentioned are In the another roteaee Old Gm iatgit Js skins i4a I sons\ of such, feel an urge ing 1962, pointinge the growth and

past. I am Interested In what Jerry can do now gusto 01 a fepow who =: with' III thli that we. as citizens sentiments. wellabeing: of our c\tizenll. carter to do
and In the future as a member of the Florida Public found fa popery! thinks h. hu express our a friend "" s bering
Service tile site m to publiC hS it emain ad'
Commission."He ouUl. 01 eternalb general candidate But maa the

has been through these battles of the past. "Retire' M.'" asks 1 to The W. JerrY W. the mtniSSIOll. r. bit.(*'O t$ J, CatCrp88
He was personally a large part of them. Many of lfc Servk Com'haloner 71-11'-0'11' Pub- ;electiOn0 him \0 th ..d e A P .sttst; *' \
them would have never happened had he not Cer. J w. Car.A for and Me feel rat tecomr"'' 11..'t.p Vt 10 Genetpl\ pct.er7 .
started them. And we know that as long as he Is a may, what : merits our rd $ ,tte0. \ 1 Tom'' \ent Jerry.
member of the commission It will continue its long rn hee. a busy trouId I do? AD my Ute post rt" ., v$11 4-9''iy : 1.YE4'td tAe.I'P' 'r" known
tradition of great service to shippers and receiversof hours a ef. mra I sleep eight' eve t\l :10 "III"" yEY ptc nteo
) I'm 0'0 -
freight and users of public utilities. .. la ronafateet fa my .....et. )W' I """ c1\; reselonal84y

"His wit and humor for which he Is known mIU.beat's IIIJ III habit ne doctor 4.Ed1ti 'pit ty,1.0 economic
throughout the United States-which he has usedas Surely. perfect cooditiaeN 1yft. tf\\l\ll& 1't t. either
a powerful In the service of the Only Campaigner ) ,. t.t' / 100
weapon people e 'ldtheOld a b he n"J-,11 4O'" fJ'c -- --
-I I believe Is sharper than ever. (This was amply present e1ectloe "or any office the th \to 't>x ypt.'t: ,,0 .---/ O that
t story is
Illustrated a year or two ago when Jerry had his ot reasoo tor votergins his rnital, ha, tW' e g __ / r \\S\ rrY Carter that hIng a still
way against a congressional committee and Itsattorneys. ....-- f\ Vitals and
/ by he uh
fIGtr __
IIelIarta ftcllJ. \\J\\\ which canal .
It not the oad to the
was Importance of the matter 1l -- .. o t
He .f0" 0I1rOaIto' influence
under discussion but purely Jerry's witty and humorous OIU"6. it t tc >.to t\o; \ < supporter whatever now the t
:: a strongwill
handling of the question that caused Huntley halt finally by angrily moving that l.---- \ \ U'l. \ use the pros pct Aright the
.Brlnkley, Walter Cronklte and ABC to put Jerry's attorney questioning end. l."a1\ o of'o'" doubtheavee to further seem unusually\ i n, the ReVeters
testimony on nationwide TV.) \\\" \ \ t mayroepects be atarted dur

"The Public Service Commission, composed of CARTER and his fellow CommisCater'. dross. Cs\*. 1ttoC.l.. construction will of Gov. Bryant' pry
two able men besides Carter need the advice and stoners were getting an entirely new Set the ety 9t '0sot 000" ministration the canrm
experience of Jerry Carter. He Is picture of the et.l Its the bl will form Cart
I a part of thecommission's effect of the FEC's y pore tjlq't tt'V"\I\t.ot when Sit lorry
present and past. The state needs refusal to arbitrate their differences h.' b1 son !''seat S Of d1s writter' aoridr.; h sttrY'avlng haiz
his experience and judgment In the O\\ .
complicated Job ass tbs' mls1 qe s. I
of \\ tr \O\\ given c the :rect.06e .
regulating our public utilities. These are my V 0 t'roe1 hould be '
special reasons for urging his re-election at this \\\ P\\toto t tOU"1 art in initiatingNwp
time." 0\\ rbt.c.un. auttS; I"O"' \eblity
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I Mr. Democrat" Award Huge Savings To All Floridans


Through Jerry Carter's Efforts

\\1-:, : t During His Terms in Office

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Date of Savings From
Reduction Annual Total Reduction
of Rates Reductior of Rates to
Item of Rates 12/31/66

1935 10% Annual Rate Reduction ............_..._____.__ $ 168,000 $ 5,208,000
1935 Southern Governors' Case (Inter-territorial Class Rate

and Classification Case) ._nm____.___.__..........__.__._....._ 2,000,000 62,000,000
1941 25f Reduction on Hand Sets __---................._....---..---...._.._.... 91,000 2,274,000
1941 Elimination of Report Charges on Toll Calls ...........___.__ 36,000 900,000
1942 Intrastate Toll Reduction m.mm..m..m_____...._ 46,000 1,104,000
1944 Intrastate Toll Reduction Over 49 Miles mn'___".,"."._".'_".'_. 266,000 5,852,000
1944 Intrastate Toll Reduction Night and Holiday Rates .__. 26,000 572,000
1944 Making Intrastate Toll Night Rate Effective at 6:00: P. M... 59,600 1,311,200

1945 Intrastate Toll Reduction mU.um'UU..n..n._....'.'_"-__ 48,000 1,008,000
1946 Enlargement of Jacksonville Base Rate Area .......__.___. 61,000 1,210POO
1946 Intrastate Toll Reduction on Calls Over 340 Miles .......__.. 194,800 3,896,000
t 1949 Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company Rate Pro-

ceeding ___m.moo..UU_U m..h n.n..m..n__m...m.m__._....__.. 2,400,000 40,800,000
1950 Express Rates on Fruits and Vegetables (ICC) m.........____ 1,737,600 27,801,600
The Florida Young Democrats, in 1955, pre 1952 25t Monthly Reduction on 4-Party Service Without Full
sented Jerry Carter with this attractive plaquein Selective Ringing. (Reduced 5'4 Per year.) Estimated-- 396,850 3,657,400

naming him "Mr. Democrat of Florida" in 1957 Enlargement of Base Rate Areas in 12 Cities __._.._..m__..._. 710,580 6,395,220
recognition of his outstanding leadership and 1957 Gulf Power Company Rate Proceeding __um.m.mn______._...... 258,000 2,322,000
service to the people of the State and the Democratic 1957 Florida Power & Light Company Rate Proceeding---------------- 4,725,000 37,800,000
party. 1959 Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company Rate Pro-

Since the award, everywhere he goes throughout ceeding - m.u..m..____......_ 1,200,000 8,400,000
the state hundreds of his friends and followers 1959 General Telephone Company Rate Proceeding ......u..n..m... 2,380,000 16,660,000
still greet him as "Mr. Democrat." 1960 Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company Rate Proceeding

0000 u :__. __ __.-._ ____m.mm..__.........._ 2,046,000 10,230,000
1960 Florida Power & Light Company Rate Proceeding .............- 200,000 1,200,000
The Humorous StatesmanFrom 1960 Florida Power & Light Company Rate Proceeding ....._.....m 6,254,000 31,270,000
1960 Southeastern Telephone Company-Cash Refund .m.mm..... 977,500 1,955,000
( Page 3)a 1961 Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company Rate Pro-

ceeding __ __.__. .... _.n.mm......___ 600,000 3,000,000
finished products industry. As was the case 1961 Florida Power Corporation Rate Proceeding .. -'..m"-__"- 1,600,000 8,000,000
in furniture manufacturing, so it was in practically 1962 Florida Power Corporation _- .. m__ ._ .........m______..... 1,600,000 6,400,000
all other manufacturing. 1964 Intrastate Toll Reduction _. ___. ....__... ...................__ 1,600,000 3,200,000
Efforts to change this situation had been 1964 Florida Power & Light m. __ n' 'nhn.................................. 10,000,000 20,000,000
tried since 1900. My friends graviously) giveme 1965 Tax Savings-Electric Utilities .. _m..n..m.__..................._... 7,600,000 Started 1965
credit for getting behind the fight that finally 1965 Intrastate Toll Reduction -.. '00"_ ._u.m....._.._....--.-..................- 2,150,000 Started 2/1/66
reformed these rates. What I did was to 1965 Florida Power & Light ___ '___'00 ........n......_ ......._................. 9,500,000 Started 111166
get the best rate men, the best attorneys, and
finally I was instrumental in getting the governors $60,931,930 $322,036,420
of the affected states behind the project.At .
first we had only Fred Preston Cone, then
governor of Florida, and two others. But as
success appeared as a certainty all nine of the
governors of the states affected came in and
were a lot of help. The project was called by
the high sounding name of the Inter-Territorial -
Class Rate and Classfication case. It went
through hundreds of hearings and before many
courts. It was a 17-year battle.

But since 1951, freight moving by rail or by
truck from any point in Florida to any other CLIP OUT AND SAVE-SEE OTHER SIDE
point in the United States, or to any other ---------------------------------------
point in the State of Florida, by truck or by
rail, moves at the same rate per mile, as simi JERRY W.
lar freight moving in or out of any other statein := Jrr : 1Ji [

the Union. This case is now estimated to flj ; t\\ J: lilt fjlljijjj: :

be saving the people of Florida $2,000,000 per CARTER z s_. as. w ,J' .!I p | 1
In this same connection, in the matter of HAS SAVED lli! E j i; ;lf11Jfi

employment, someone has said that freight THE PEOPLE Io 3Tf: %Ii g I' Z, w>!:I ; a- Ell{ 3
rates were fixed after the Civil War so that the ... 'iIhi
OF FLORIDA 1 '} u. 1..li : ; : 'rOVER >-
business could advantageously ..
only engagein
we !
sw Ir OJ J.tI' at I
Cotton and 1 I 7 IIi111 (J.I
in the South was cotton picking. : U tI J "' 11:1 j111
other agricultural products could move Northat 11 ... Fa: .-!
favorable rates. There they were manu- $322,000,000 I- "L:3 sr. I I"r 0 ta: "! 21 ill l J!It I : 1 1
factured into finished products or otherwise
processed for consumption and then shipped DURING HIS I 1 .-= .i. ;!'iJ w::.ln $ r'C .., lJJ1JIhlf: 1 I 1
back to us for use at a good round profit for N" i o. :z: ]
C; J r ir r1 tJ- ;" :; :e
the manufacturers and processors. These just "fJ
and proper rates resulting from the case discussed OFFICElLET'S I a ,, a .tl H i } I 1

above have not been in effect long CONTINUE I 1 0 j1. t" i1"i: A c7 'lliiil'! 1
enough for Florida to realize anything like the z iI- J' Z
full effect they will have. It takes time to move "JERRYON 1 ;e It .. ;: rI: w iJJ '
industries. But nevertheless the Florida Industrial Q- 3 G "iJ..1-" 1 r"..

Florida Commission in "non-agricultural figures show that employment"has earningsin THE JOB" ; f! in ::I t ;:;: U !! 1

just about doubled since 1950. Employ 1 tfJI I f :G < .. .Jiu111 11 .111
ment earnings in "manufacturing Industry" in
Florida since 1950 has more than doubled. 1

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IP.Id Politio 1 Adwrtlem.nts,
l.rry W Grur. dt.4 .bn TreasurerPage

Carter Facilities 1. confers with P. L.
Jerry Inspects Harper: r F. H. Sanders at new

ACL c In Tampa. 2. Mrs.
Shedan of Southern Bell Tel. & Tel.

Under (omm-Iss.lon's i Jurl.sdl.ctOlon I I 3.Co.-.demonstrates Carter at- their 4107 Inspects Trl-level;iefJ Trailways'P.D. teletype to Bus Caner.with machine new

Besides Constantly Touring

State On Various Commission driver Jim Mercer. 4. Wilson Collins manager of Tampa Electric substation
engineering shows Carter new beautification program. 5. Mr. Democrat -.
Hearings Jerry Carter Keeps always on the move. 6. General Telephone In Tampa Is preparing for direct.-
dialing. 7. One of Jerry's hobbies -- woodworking.
Abreast of Many Operations

Carter Wins "Florida


Arbitrary" Freight CaseWhen

Jerry Carter first came on the Com-
mission in 19.J5: his first!\ objective was! to do
away with the 15% "Florida Arbitrary" freight
rates and also the 39''< class rate discrimination -
which hindered factories and industries i I+ 11TI

from locating in the south, particularly Florida -

as these discriminatory freight rates were
only on manufactured goods.A .

shipment of finished goods shipped from
north of the Ohio and Potomac labeled for a
point in Florida would cost the northern shipper

$200. This same shipment same weight,
same distance, shipped to a point north of the
Ohio and Potomac would cost the Florida ship-

per $320.

Such arbitrary setting of freight rates fired

up Jerry Carter to organize shippers and offi-

cials of other states in the South to initiate and I > t,
fight for removal of these ridiculously high ?A/LWAVS
additions to the rates on shipping freight from
the South.

Carter was appointed by then Governor Coneto It
represent Florida at the Southern Governor! o. ,

Conference in Atlanta. The meeting was pre- \
sided over by Gov. Graves of Alabama. .
Jerry Carter attended every conference and
every hearing and played a role second to no
other state in the winning of this case.

This case became known as the Southern Gov-

It argued for than 17 ..
ernors case.. was more # ..
years and was successful in eliminating the r .r
Florida Arbitrary and the 39' ; discrimination
against the South.



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; ; I $ n iI' Z e t'I 3 -CO t 0 + 1-Dade 1,120,200) 34-Dllala I 13,300 ,
<< !: .a 1 .:0 r J 2-Ouiol II7,700 U-Madlla. 11100
J S !: :3 J :d i a
==II tC i" a J-Hllhb'lh 456400 16-Wo'o.' 16,100
; ...;; twill '' "' S 's- ra 0 Ir 4-P.ittllot ..'.000 17-Tolo. 1000I
f 4 t J'- ;r J f.i 1 :+ 5-folk 221.000 JI-Moo 51.00 t
r 3 .42 I 1 I S
: ; :'' t 6-Palm led 2n.1CO 39-Levy 11,200
.a.1i., : 11".r'i "_ T" 7-Oro,9i J15.000 .O-H.ooodo nIOO I r
: ... .J .. + r.'n I-Vol. .1-NolOu 19,500
T3: t I ;'i ,. e..s s f; Cuombia I00ICO .2-MotM 22600 I v
-r r a .' or ZoS o !33 :: ii:. 10 10-Iro.anl .20,100 .1-0kaloOla 70600 I 1 y
"re.. 011 S : ..;:J .. i,,:' R1 11-Alockuo ",100 "-Su",'" I1.JOO I
; .. .. 'I ="J ;; Ii'; II pl.! 12-lokt 66,3K1I..dfod: 11.100II i ,
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= 1': if. !a'iI" II f % ., IJ-l.o. I6.S00 .6-J.tt..o. 10.100 t
14-Mane* 61,100 17-Carus 11ICO
1 IS-Mmiorx 11,600:: 48-Clay; 20.500:
i 16-Sarotota 94.100 n-H.odry lO.6CO B B ,i
: ; 17-5.m noli 68 800 SO-W.h'tsn 11,600
ifiIB : .. 70000 51-Holmes :11,100 I 2 1,' 1 r >1
19-lr.orj 155,100 7.100
I I's
: : ; 20-St. John. U.700 S3-Charlotte 19,100
l'g 21Godsdeo6,3CO S/-Dew .100 I f
..1'''' ; r 22-'ylimm JUDO 2900 J
1 5'-Glchtll'
e .. << J Z I ti detrl iy
."..S : : Ilti .ri] r I 'r i =or. N: 23 24--St lav. LUCK 75.100.1,100 57-m.echob.'l6-Ho""I"o 7100 1600 1
.1 a. H 25-Jeclso. J7,300 SI-Calh.y. 7.100 I Iw ti
Hffijflr 26-Ot..ol. 22.000 59-Paoklo. 7..00
27--gMon.il 25..00 6G-Glod. J,2oo
K\t\ .1! 21-POK .2.100 61-1.,1. 5200
L i r" iirjl; : ; 29-Col..b, 22 200 62-lol.,0" 1,000 I r ': ersr l
= .. .r I &. ." .. 30-Hordt. 11,600 U-U.,.. 6.00 '
1 ; f. .n ll-SYWao 17,100 64-<::011.., 22200 '
,'i !"fll T[ I )2-Ind Iw 32.)00 65-Woholle 3,100 I
lift Jfir KimlJl I 31-Sent. IOM 14,7CO 66-Cwlt 9.900: I r
; Slot fop uUsooL.Nrty J.lOO
Sours: Sol list! JERRY W. CARTER"" I It.



raid Political AdvmtlunenU. Paid for by
f'n W. O>rt '. Stall dunpnlirn Trwuurtr) Page ?

JERRY When I came on the commission there was
CARTER GIVES VALUABLE COLLECTION no through bus service from the Georgia line

down through Tallahassee to Tampa, St. Pe-
TO LIBRARY AT FLA. STATE UNIVERSITY tersburg and other West coast cities and then
over the Tamiami Trail to Miami. This route
fl.I was served partially and inadequately by several -
) lines.
Tamiami Trail Tours, Inc., had a franchiseto
run a bus line from Tampa down the West
Coast and over the Tamiami Trail to Miami.
They applied for extension of their certificateto
enable them to run North along the West
Coast and through Tallahassee to the Georgia
line. At that point they would connect with
their own established services to Atlanta am!
cities of the North and West.

,. Before that time a traveler coming to Floridaby
bus was almost forced to go first to Jacksonville -
and then go to Tampa, St. Petersburg,
Orlando or any other point West of the Eastern -
seaboard. When Tamiami Trail Tours
made its application the then principal bus: line,
:Florida Motor Lines, and some smaller lines
objected. They brought to the commission revised -
schedules that would take care of bus
r why service over this route. And they said in their
< Al\ plea that granting this certificate to Tamiami
I 1h !p 9 /if .. Tours would subject them to undue competitionthat

The private papers of Florida's most pic- lating to hotel and utility regulation and polit- would not permit them to give good serv-
I turesque politician, Jerry Carter, have been ical campaigns for nearly half a century. Scrapbooks ice. The law requires the commission to pro-
given to Strozier Library by the Public Service of clippings are included, as well as manyof tect present companies from ruinous competition -
Commissioner. The papers contain thousandsof his framed doodles and many cartoons he if they are giving fully sufficient service.
items, including letters and documents re- drew for campaigns. The majority of the commission agreed with
these motor lines and denied the applicationof

HUNDREDS FLOCK TO ONE OF MANY RECEPTIONS Tamiami wrote a Trail dissenting Tours.I opinion.. I pointed out

that the revised schedules proposed for serviceto
the West Coast involved four motor J lines.
w M1. The public I i would be inconvenienced with

y changes and lay overs, and I pave as m.\ interpretation -
F fa of the law that "The interest:; of
sl. Lt the territory Ila whole ioof: paramount importance -
as agj'inst the interest of any
particular transportation company." I also
pointed out that the interest of the East roast:
i 1 itself would be benefitted] by it through bUll
!service from points North and West down the
West coast over the Tamiami Trail.
# ..61v 0k This case was appealed to the Supreme Court
, by Tamiami Trail Tours and the court agreed
with me on the interpretation of the law.

1 want to lay in this connection that all of
the: men with whom it has! been my privilegeto )
serve on the commission have been fine men
t and conscientious public servants and that any
disagreements I have had with them have not
been on matters of principle but matters of
interpretation and opinion. I also do not mean

Jerry Carter is shown in the center v to say that I have always won out in argu-
ments with the other commissioners.I .
among many of his friends and supp
orters during one of many receptionsheld remember many I have lost, among them
in his honor recently. one telephone case some years back in whichI
4m had gathered a mass of evidence that indi-
cated to me the Southern Bell Telephone and
S Telegraph Company was not-entitled to an in-
crease in rates. But the other commissioners
decided otherwise and the decision stood.

Jerry takes time out to refresh him- For those who are interested I have tried to
self with an hors d' oeuvre from the give above a glimpse of the work of the com
f big food table during his reception. mission and my connection with it. I want my
friends-the many thousands who vote for me
course these boys ran into trouble when other -to know that the work of this commission is
The Humorous StatesmanContinued states would not recognize the Florida tag on of tremendous importance to them and their
( from Page 5)) their vehicle. There were hundreds of arrests welfare. That it is serious business.
and much trouble. I was able then since there
Since I came on the commission the move- truck trans- Not too long ago a congressional committeein
ment of freight by trucks has! grown fantas- was no state authority regulating Washington was running wild with a sub-
tically.\] The one thing that has permitted this portation, to arrange "shut-eye reciprocity"with ject of some importance to me. I thought some
industry to grow to such proportions is an several states. 'Shut-eye"trucks reciprocity if facts concerning the matter should go into the
arrangement called\] "reciprocity." The size of meant that "we"won't see your you record. When I got on the stand I used some
this industry is staggering. Would it interestyou do not see ours. of the cracker wit I had been using on you
to know that California is the third larg- The Florida legislature gave the commission good people for a long time. It set the hearingroom
est consumer of Florida citrus concentrate? jurisdiction over truck transportation: in 1929.A in an uproar. I was able to testify in
This is after New York first and New Jersey court battle caused! the law to be called un- spite of the committee and its lawyer.
New York-New Jersey constitutional but a similar law did go into
second. the
Some lump Not because the matter under discussion! was
first and California sec- effect in 1931. Growing out of the original"shuteye"
Complex together as has of national importance but because I made
ond. The Chicago market is the fourth largest reciprocity, at present Florida people laugh Huntley-Brinkley, Walter Cron-
with 39 states. Florida
consumer if you use the first method of classing reciprocity agreements with little kite and ABC put several) minutes of my testimony
markets, and is third if you use the second. trucks can move through these on nationwide television.
Most refrigeratedtruck. trouble or expense, except for fuel taxes. This
of this freight moves by
of the Commissionjust has brought about a free flow of commerce by This incident further enhanced my image as
A representative concession for trucks truck. The railroads have never looked with a funny man. It has been the purpose of the
recently won a major And of sketchy record above to suggest to good
of New Mexico. favor on my ideas of reciprocity. you
moving through the state course there are improvements and extensionsof people that my work is serious, that I take it
My connection with reciprocity began long this idea that the commission is working on. seriously. It is also to indicate that I have
before I was a member of the commission, and should mention that the driver of his own been active in the past, that I am active now
even before the commission took jurisdictionover I and will continue to be active in promoting and
truck haulage. After World War I the private passenger car enjoys many privilegesand defending the public interest.It .
Federal dough boys a immunities in other states due to these
government gave many is on this basis I solicit vote.
truck with which to try to make a living. Of reciprocity agreements. ,


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v yMws ON THE JOB.Your /

vote for JERRY CARTER is a VOTE for continued i
savings to each and everyone residing or doing business I
in the State of Florida. JERRY CARTER has the
EXPERIENCE that is so greatly needed in carrying out
the duties and functions of the Public Service Commissionsuch
as regulating telephone, electric, gas, freight, and
transportation rates over the entire state.

JERRY CARTER has a proven record and is knownto
be fair in the regulation of reasonable and equitable
rates and fares. Regardless Of

His fairness,honesty and loyalty to everyone over the Where You
years, during his terms of office as your public servant Live InFlorida
has proven that he "pulls no punches" with the big com
panies,still, respect for him is maintained by all.
You Can And
Whether you're a newcomer to Florida; one that's
Should Vote
voting for the first time; a senior citizen; or, a long: time
Florida resident IT'S MOST IMPORTANT THAT WE For






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CONVENTION Florida Alcoholic Re- BYLouise C. Sapp IN-DIAL PHONE SYSTEM I.

labilitation Program appointed (this news was scheduled for
Jacksonville, Florida Mrs, oday (March 1) its first teg- I last week but had to be left William P. Malloy, District' a f' {

Essie M. Cogdill, President of onal field representative for (.ut due to lack of ) Commercial Manager of Southeastern R I
the Florida Chapter National As- Vakulla County. Mrs. Eleanor Telephone Company,

sociation Postmaster,openedthe Beamer, a former Executive Dir- announced anew in-dialswitch-
30th Annual Convention in ector of the Escambia County A family reunion was held Sat- board (PABX) hasbeen placed in

Jacksonville Monday, April 18. Association for Retarded Children urday, April 9 at the home of .service; for the State Superin : 'I)

The business sessions were pre- will be responsible for 15 Mr. and Mrs. Delbert L. Roberts. tendent of Public InstructionDept. I.

ceeded on Sunday by a Miss Zip counties in northwest Florida. Those attending were M/Sgt. ( of Education). The new 1)thiiu" :
Beauty Contest and a Memorial FARP Administrator, JosephC. and Mrs. Richard R. Roberts and system includes all modem features ) oJ

Service. Mrs. Cogdill, Post- Ziescnhelm said "Beamer's boys, of Montgomery, Alabama; of a dial switchboard andis

master of St. Marks, closes her position is a new concept in our Mr. and Mrs. Delton Colvin of designed to provide more efficient -

year as President, in which she treatment program. She and Medart; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Roberts operation forthe Depart-

has spent much time travelingthe four others across the state will and girls of Tallahassee; ment of Education. ,

state to District Meetingsand assist local communities, primarily I- Mrs. Delma Roberts and Miss Mr. Floyd Christain, Supt. of
Seminars held to acquaint in advisory capacities June Roberts, of Sopchoppy.: Public Instruction for the Stateof

Postmasters with changes in concerning treatment educationand Florida, stated that the new svs-
rules and regulations. Throughthe research. Mrs. Johnny Moody and son Joe, tem will permit persons to dial his

cooperation of Postmaster Beamer'sterrltory includes Bay, and Mrs. Carlton Evans and dau- office under his direction, with- i

Ceneral Lawrence O'Brien and Calhoun Escambia, Franklin, ghters, all from Chicago, Ill., out going through the main
the Atlanta are visiting relatives here. switchboard operator.
Regional DirectorC.
Gadsden, Gulf, Holmes,Jackson,
Banks Gladden officials of Leon, Liberty, Okaloosa, Santa NUMBERS LISTED IN THE
An hunt and reunion was
the Post Office egg
Department are Rosa Wakulla Walton and TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
at the home of Mrs. Faye
supplies to these in enjoyed
meetings order .
that Postmasters may better Washington.The new field representative Carraway, Sunday, April 10. Malloy stated that when the 4 r.wyti -
Those Mr. and Mrs. new 1966 telephone directorywas
the service in their local present were:
will haveheroffice in the Alcoholic
fices. The speakers and Edwin Roberts and children, of printed, telephone numberswere d 4I.
of-I Rehabilitation Clinic,
bers of the seminar panels 1212 W. Moreno St. Pensacola, Tallahassee;Mr. and Mrs. Bobby listed for various sections of Educat-of I, p;
Crum and of Tallahassee the State Department /
this convention will be Hon. C. Florida. family, ,
Banks Gladden, Atlanta, Regional Mr. and Mrs. Ott Castaway, of ion whereby callers need only _

Director; Hon. R. W. Crawfordville; M/Sgt. and Mrs. refer to the new telephone dir- .. 1

Bass, Director Postal Data Cen- WEEKLY NEWSPAPERSPICK Richard L. Roberts and boys, of ectory for the correct number of t' > .
I the section which they wishto I.
ter; Hon. E. C. McKay, In- Montgomery, Alabama; Miss the
BURNS call. Callers knowing
spectoj in Charge; Hon. R. E. Carolyn Carraway, of Atlanta;

Sandefur, Director Postal Ser- Bunnell, Fla. Weekly newspaper Miss Susie Carraway, Mr. George section, with or person still they call wish the tospeak SHOWCASE FOR FLORIDA'S FOOD INDUSTRY When the Festival of Florida' .roods o 'Js.s., 1

vice Officer Program; Hon. Cor- editors in Florida, con- David, Brad Carraway, all main switchboard may operator ((599- the Florida Industries Exposition in Orlando April 19-22, it will look something like thisthe 1965
don S. Chief of of Sopchoppy.Mr. : Festival, an award-winning "supermarket" -- of
Presley, Oper- ducting their own "grass roots 5810) and such Information. style presentation a wide variety of foods producedand
) get
ations Branch Civi 11 Service poll in the current gubernatorialrace processed in this state. The State Department of Agriculture sponsors the food show.
Commission; and Hon. H. D. Bum and Mrs. Franklin Jones of ADDITIONAL TRUNK LINES
see Covemor Haydon
Lynn Haven, Florida, visited ADDED -
Huthnance, Postal Service Of- overwhelming favorite tc AGED 1 IS KILLEDIN
as an BOY
ficer.In I ird. parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones Along with the new system WILLIAMS ACCUSED OF THE COUNTY
be reelecteMay and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rodden- dial transfer of calls within the WAKULLAA
order to accomplish these Out of 40 editors voting from the weekend. VIOLATING LAW AGENT'S CORNERBYE.
beny, over department have been provided
objectives it is necessary for the comer of the state 31
every conference circuit with- R. Wheaton, seven-year-oldboy was pro-
Florida Chapter National Association 'I
would Tallahassee reasurer
predicted Governor Burns Home from college for the Eas- nounced dead on arrival at Tal-
out assistance of the Agent
operator, County
of Postmasters to have accused of
succeed himself to a full, four- weekend Broward Williams, lahassee Memorial Hospital Sat
weret Janice Brown, additional trunk lines to
as its officers the finest talent Five saw it as a vic- plus violating state law oymrlng relatives and
yearterm. John David Jones, David Rodden- handle the increased calling and Last Tuesday Wednesday urday, April 16, after he was
available and Mrs. Cogdill has tory for Robert King High and berry, and Larry Lawhon.Mr. work load of the Department of scoffed at the Idea today I spent in Gainesville at a Fruit struck by a car on State Road
m.a; an outrtanding President.She four for Scott Kelly. -<* saying he !knew cf onlyone. Crops training meeting. In our 375 in Wakulla County.The .

Postmaster is not in only Florida an outstanding but The editors, who, also conducted -"* and Mrs. O. S. Moore Education.The only other State Agency"' "and" the law allows that day aud time we see new me- boy, Hugh Wilson son of
an asset -
the same survey among many. thods and new techniques developing Mr. and Mrs. Horace p. Wilson
of Lake visited Mrs. Delma such in Talla-
to our national association City, having system He referred Mrs. Mavis
themselves in the 1964 race, to so fast that the task of of Box 140, Star Route, ran into -
Roberts lastweekend. Mrs. Nellie hassee is the Florida Public Ser-
and served as Chairman of Cre- were asked to "look around your Duggar Nelson, supervisor of the keeping abreast of these devel- the path of a car being driven
dentials Committee the National area and prepare your return the Raker, who has been spend- vice Commission. warrant division and sister of opments requires this type of by Mrs. Faye Yates Brantley, 26,
on\'''' 11 \<\ The National ing a few weeks with them, returned ROAD DEPARTMENT Mrs. Williams.He .
way it looks, regardless of your ACRICULTUhESCHEDULED training meetings.At 1322 Milton Street. Mrs. Yates
home with Mrs. DEPT. OF
Association of Postmasters, own personal feelings". stay said Mrs. Nelson, a career this meeting was discussedone swerved her southbound car but
headed by the Hon.. James O'- Forty-three voted on the race Roberts.Mr. employee, had been hired in of the new agricultural cropsin was unable to avoid hitting the

Toole of Sharon, Pa., is the in their own county with Bums and Mrs. Simmons This feature is also being included 1948 by J. Edwin Larson, whom the state which is peaches.It child, according to Trooper C.

largest postmasters organizationin getting 23 firsts to 10 each for their John in New Orleans.Mr. are. for the other State Agencies Williams succeeded after his unexpected should be pointed out that for W. Moore and Cpl. W. S. Pea-
the worl I, and works in cooperation High and Kelly. Eighteen saw visiting son later this year. This will death in 1965. commercial production a heavy cock.

with the Post Office Burns second in their own areas and Mrs. Mark Roddenber- Include the Department of Agri- The other relative mentionedIn soil type, such as the clays of Funeral services were held

Department to help postmasters and two said third. High was of Tallahassee visited his culture and State Road Depart- the charge of nepotism, he the northernmost counties have, Monday at 3:30 P. M. in Mount

improve postal service. second pick of eight and third ry parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edison ment. These installations are said, was Bruce Caswell, a field is an essential item for product- Elon Baptist Church.

of 26 editors. Kelly fared bet- Roddenberry, this weekend. scheduled this fall upon com deputy and a cousin so distant Ion. For dooryard type peach The Rev. William Flury officiated -
ter as runner-up with seconc pletion of the new buildings. neither is certain of the rela- production, we can successfullygrow with burial in Mt. Elon

WILLIAM T. (BILLY) MAya prediction in 17 counties an Miss Nona Revell, of Talla- tionship. a few peaches in Wakulla Cemetery with J. A. Culley and

FOR PUBLIC SERVICE third in 16. hassee, spent last weekend visiting WITH Caswell said he believed he County, and this was one of the Sons Funeral Home in charge of

COMMISSIONMayo If there was any significanceto her sister and family, Mrs. FUOUA PLEASED and Williams shared the same main items covered. I have a II arrangements.A .
the ballots other than its Amanda Stuber. PROGRESS ON PARK great-great-great grandfather. peach spray schedule which you student at Sopchoppy School,
heavy prediction of an apparent "It'snot easy to keep from hir- canobtain In this office by he attended the Mount Elon
was bom in Summer- definite for Governor Crawfordvllle -- CongressmanDon ing relatives. After all, I have call-I' Church
fairly victory Attending the picnic at Otter ing or dropping to pick in Wakulla County and
field, Florida, and was graduated Bums, it was that seven Lake Sunday werei Mrs. Willie Fuqua said that he was extremely 25,000 relatives scattered around Other crops discussed were new is survived by his parents, Mr.

from Ocala High School in weeklies responded from Dade Mae Porter and son, of Sopchoppy pleased at the progress Florida. The Williams family varieties of blueberries I and and Mrs. Horace D. Wilson,

1934. County, but only one saw Mayor ; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Posey, being made by the Florida Park Is one of the biggest In the nation blackberries. These varietieswere Tallahassee; one brother, Stan-
Follow ing his public school education High as ultimate victor while and girls of Medart; Mr. and Mrs. Service in building a new state but to my knowledge I developed by cross-polli ley Cordon Wilson, Tallahassee;
the Univer-
he attended four newspapers in his home Fred Strickland and daughter, of in the St. MarksWildllfe RefugeIn have no blood relatives on the n a Sin g the rabbitcye variety, and two sisters, Miss Connie
sity of Florida two years. county said he would wind up Tallahassee.Mr. Wakulla County. payroll. commonly found In this area, Wilson, Tallahassee, and Mrs.
He has been a resident of Tal- third. Fuqua worked with county and He said' when he took office 14 with northern varieties which Gloria Merritt, !Martinsvills,

lahassee approximately 28 Instate-wide predictions more and Mrs. Francis Zom and state officials to obtain the a- months ago, "I didn't discharge have more desirable production Va.

years and has been active in editors saw Mayor High second son, of Jacksonville, visited the creage needed for the new park anybody. In fact, I promoted qualities for the south. At one

both city and county. government -- 20 -- than Kelly, who got Steve Revell family this past from the United States Depart- several of our career employ- time as many of you know,
during this period.He 13 nods. Fifteen editors saw weekend. ment of Interior. considerable acreage was planted ST. MARKS THANKS
served as Mayor of Tallahassee High third and missing a possible The Cabinet released $35,000last es have no Intention of discharging to blueberries In this area
from 1953-1954, a city runoff to 23 who figure Kelly Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Moore and week to begin developmentof Mrs. Nelson. She has been The flatwoods soil in and aroundWakulla COUNTY COMMISSIONERST.

that owns and operates all of its will be out of the running May 3. man and children, all of Adel, the park. doing a fine job over the years County is the type

own utilities, and was a City In percentages, Bums' victorywas Ca. visited their father, Mr. Park Director N. E. (Bill) Mill- and will continue in her posi- blackberry varieties thirve on, MARKS-The St. Marks
Commissioner for ten years. Hardy Revell overtheweekend. that total of $60, 000 Is
er"said a "
predicted as high as 65 K I tion. and two of the new varieties, City Commission has expressedsppreciaton
of has
This ten years experience statewide to as low as 38K, but I available to begin constructionand Williams said he has long ad- Woodard and Tiff-Blue, wouldbe
provided Mayo with an Inside still first. Mrs. Christine Story and Miss that the Service planstoprovide v o cat e d promoting women to recommended if you were to ) to the Wakulla:

working knowledge of the financial Deborah Story visited Deborah's camping and picnic supervisory positions.Of plant a few of these in and around County Commissioners for the

and physical structurerf mother, Mrs. Dale Willis, this areas, complete with rest room the charge of nepotism leveled the yards. Considerablework many benefits extended to the
utilities which is essential in S'CHOPPY PTA TO past weekend. and other facilities, a boat ramp by Ray Cann of St. Pet- hasbeen done on the qual- city.
analyzing the operations of such and dock, shop and equipment of the three democratic
ersburg, one ity of these varieties such as
facilities for the purpose of pro PRESENT FESTIVALThe Happy Birthday Ann Dunlap, shelter, and a ranger's residence. candidates in the State and eating Mayor Commissioner W. G.
Clarence size. I
canning did
tecting the interest of the pub- t Ceraldlne Harris; Walter Harm Wakulla County will build an Treasurer's race, Williams said: see some of these fruit which Moore signed the resolution expressing
Sopchoppy P.T.A. will Strickland, Peggy road to the park and con- "gratitude to the
lic.From access "This is an Irresponsible state- measured almost 1/2-inch in :
1946 until 1962 he Its Annual Spr.ng Festival Burge Janine Roberts, Rose Ann facilities is
was present struction of the park ,emt bus candidate who is frus- size. Commission of Wakulla County
co-owner of an automobile a- on April 29, 1966 at Sop- Barwidk, and Warren Harden. planned to start shortly after it trated by his lack of ability to Landscape G Carden SchoolOn 'for assistance rendered to the
in Tallahassee. I I choppy High School, Scpchoppy, is completed. Town of
gency a The St. Marks.
even campaign.
Mayo is a member of the Florida. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Roberts wage interested May 5, 10, 12, and 17, a I
Methodist Church. He is mar- I The theme for this program and daughters Carolyn Sue and EVENTS DAY HELD people are in Landscape and Carden School City commissioners noted

ried to the former Elizabeth Bla- will be based around the May Patsy, visited the Atlanta area BY 4-H MEMBERSSome smear know campaigns.what a candidate They can wantto do will be conducted the Wakul- that help has been received for
lock and they have four child- Day festivities.The this past weekend.Mr. for Florida and its future. County Courthouse. road construction public parks
activities will begin at The following subjects will be and improvements dealing with'I
ren.He is the ion of the late Nathan 5:00 P.M. with the sen.ng; of a and Mrs. L. C. Sapp visited Boys and 35 Girls Wakulla gathered County to par- covered -- May 5, Basic Tech- I real property.
fish in the scho.V cafe- Mrs. Rachel Crosby Live niques of Landscaping; May 10 Pensacola
former Commissioner of supper to Tallahassee
observe in AT
Mayo, Oak ticipate or Count/ HOMECOMING are
fried Thursday afternoon. Ornamental Plants
teria. The menu will H Names and
Agriculture for the State of Flo Events last Saturday. being Invited to attend the
toffee ) Fertilization
fish, grits, slaw, tea or and 22
Cary was presented a Extension Conference."
rida.Mr.. Mayo was named to the and bread and butter. Pricesare BILLV MATTHEWS ASKS blue award for public speaking. CHURCHThe Maintenance of Ornamentals;
and 17 Insects .Rlsh and
Governor Children Sot and .tdults May and Diseases Harold B. Cannuig -
| State Road by Senior 4-H'ers Jennifer Harperand
MILITARY( TO CONTINUE Control Measures. WewahJtchka
Bryant January 3, 1961, representing $1.00.At Mary Clover received blue Rev. J. A. Cullifer for- mayor, have
the Third District a 16 8:00 the coronation :eremony PURCHASE OF LIVESTOCK awards in Foods and Junior 4- mer pastor of the Methodist The school will be free and extended a personal Invitation
front will begin on the fc.tball Sara Churches anyone who is interested in attending 10 state{ county and municipal
county area extending Jefferson H'ers Marilyn Nazworth, in Wakulla County,
these series
County west to the Ala- field. The May Queen, uch- Gainesville, Florida, April 12, Nazworth, Debbie Harper Dar- will be the guest speaker at a meetings tfflclals and the general public

bama line. In March 1961, he ell, Princess, and their .oyal 1966-- Congressman D. R. Billy lynn Nazworth, Cindy Russ, Patricia Homecoming Celebration this is all invited 4 of these to attend classes.any part Each or hroughout the area asking them

was given the added responsibility Court will be presented i this Matthews In a telegram to the Moore and Cindy Harper coming Sunday, April 24th. will start at 7:30 P. M. attend the meeting.
II l be meeting
Administrate time. The coronation w Secretary of Defense, Robert S.McNamara awards and Anne SR
received blue School 10:00
serving Sunday begins at 22 stow dead ends
b> the and should not last past P. at WeMhitchka -
of the Interstate Highway Sys- climaxed with drawing urged the militaynottocurtab Math is, Linda Lawhon, and with preaching service at 11:00 M. and community leaden
tem In Florida. During this four I seniors. purchases of hog Sheila Council received red a- A.M. for ,
year period, Florida's interstate After the coronation ceren'.ay and cattle products.The wards In Food Exhibits. Dinner will be on the grounds for a bridge years have been pushing

highway mileage Increased by the various booths, cake V .k, veteran congressman Cindy Harper and Jennifer Harper and a singing service in the af- across the Apalachicola -
stands will'.e the difficult financial and extension 011)
more than 300 miles. Florida and the concession pointed out: presented talks on bakingand ternoon. the

rose from 39th place in the us open. crises that has faced farmers won blue awards. The public cordially invitedto Mrs. Isabelle Forbes thus highway In bleat to give
said returned ana
the last several and en link
funds allocated yean attend.
of interstate highway Senior girls who exhibited blue
home last after
by the Federal Government she hoped they would receive'air ribbon dresses in clothing were The Rev. Jesse L. Baker is week with Friday her daughter spendinga and The Wewahitchka proposal!
. for use In Interstate Highway Dr. and Mrs. Howard Spearsfrom 'Om and the equitable military for their pro- Janet Nazworth and Linda Ash- pastor oj([the Sopchoppy: Methodist family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Uafor building a bridge
construction to lead all Colorado, are burn. Junior girls exhibiting Church. Miller of Kansas City Mo. cross the Apalachicola and
Denver, VI-I ,':.s which are so important to ,
States In the Nation.He siting Dr. Spears' mother, I th.' 'vti of American service- clothing were Lorinda Nazworth, where Richard is stationed with tuning 22 east to connect..withR .

served in this dual capacity j, D. C. Spears, and other Mrs'l men '> women. Blue; Linda Lawhon Blue, the Air Force. 3M. Tbt eventual aim is
until begin appointed the tives in Crawfordvllle. Patricia Moore Red; Marilyn extend 22 an the way to
Public Service Commission on Nazworth, Red; and Sara Naz Je Tampa Bay Area.

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r The Board of County Commissioners of Wakulla County met this Inquire at Carravvay CITCO RETURN .
| WAKULLACOUNTY >" <" date la Crawfordville with the following present Willard Carter, ''I ierlcertatlon3l2rnneinorthfSSOO.OO
Chairman; George Young, Vice-Chairman; William D. Walker, 1 of Crawf rdvl11e, L. P. "PETE" GIBSONto
NEWS Ralph Strickland, John L. Davis, Commissioner;; Moody Pearce,
Clerk; R. E. Whaley, Deputy Sheriff.
T.Iephn WAInulJJII Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved.A theSTArE
plat of Medart Manor was accepted by the Board on the motionof NOTICE UNDER SENATE
'. Commissioner Strickland and the second of Commissioner Davis. LAW
On the motion of Commissioner Walker the following resolution
1 giventhat the DISTRICT
was adopted: Notice Ishereby SIXTH
Virginia Ightley EdU*>
to engagein
RESOLUTION undersigned, desiring
WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Wakulla Coun- Business under the fictitious
ty, Florida, have found that there is a need for comprehensive name of Mt. Olive Farmers Association Has loughtto provide more

Entered at'C a W'fordvin.'Ylorida plans for water and sewer systems In Wakulla County, and in the County of Wa-said lobs through Industry
WHEREAS, under Chapter 153.03.) Florida Statutes, Wakulla kulla, Intends to register
m second clait nutter. 8ub.i rip I County has authority to plan and I If necessary to construct water name with the Circuit Court of Has always fought a sales tax
and sewer and to from the Federal Govern- Wakulla County, Florida. and medicine
tion rated $3.(pO per year. systems accept grants on groceries
". '. .: ment and from any agency thereof in said planning, andWHEREAS David Green
the Board of County Commissioners of. _Wakulla County Flavors Green Has fought for all the people
Florida, deem that it is to the best interests of Wakulla Comtythat Amos Crcen
it undertake a comprehensive plan for area water and sewer Route 1, Box 240 8I
systems and that the proper officials of the county be authorized to Crawfordville, Florida4t.331,47,414,421. I i
HENRY WILLIAMS make arrangements for preparation for water and sewer systems I I I I ---
plans, and proper officials shall be authorized to exercise any .
REALTYReg. grant agreement which might be necessary to cany through the I hard to stun have him ceased then, wan turn un the
ill struggles
of the I
preparation plans, now
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Board County Commis- FOR sALti Good syrup, cheap, tasty tidbit around there and is swallow a definite .
Real Estate Broker sioners of Wakulla County, Florida, as follows 25t qt. Jars, 50t 1/2-gal.$3.00.Jars pause between the time a
1. That Wakulla County, Florida, is hereby placed under the 15-qt. pressurecoiker, minnow is seized and the (limit
St. I
Narks Flo.' Grace Council,
provisions of Chapter 1S3.03FS for the purpose of planning and/or from B 'ulah disappears down the gullet
the .
Phone 741 constructing water and sewer systems In the area of Wakulla County Across I Big fish usually are more deliberate
Florida. Church. I than small ones when con FLORIDA ]: STATE
REAL 2. That the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners of summg dinner Is that because
ESTATE, ALL TYPES i Wakulla County Florida is hereby authorized to execute any grant they find the larger morsels more
agreements necessary to be executed on behalf of Wakulla County. 1\ lot* ( o4wild diflicult to subdue, or because they I|
Associate: 3. That the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners is are more experienced with tne
.. ft. Hatcher. Sr. authorized to take such steps as are necessary in the preparation ofa wiles of anglers We don't know
Phone IA 6-3201 comprehensive plan for water and sewer systems in Wakulla : lor sure. Starts Wednesday Thurs. Fri. G Sat.
County, Florida. We do know that during the
4. That Wakulla County, Florida, will accept under the condi- ., ... mouthing period the fl>h is James Stewart "BIllY THE KID
tions )I. 0041J. iii nervous as a nit, and apt to re
as set forth by the granting agency such grants as are avail- \ S. DRACUlA"Maureen
lease the bait at the slightest O'Hara
able for the purpose of this resolution. SOMETIMES: THE IRON
If You iJeed. Motion by Mr. Davis to give Jack Raker 8 days work per month MIOILU nOL provocation Here is where patience dimes Brian Keith and

was carried.Ill "Strike while the iron Is hot.;' in And plenty of it may be I "JESSE )AMtS MEETS
Office Supplies Moody Pearce, Clerks/ Carter, ChairmanThe admonish the sages required "THE RARE BREED" FRANKENSTEIN'S DAUCH!
Office Furniture. But angleri who use minnow* The fisherman must quirt hit
Business Machines Board appointed the following persons to serve as election for bait may be wise to sprinkle pounding heart. Mercury advises
8N .r Call clerks and inspectors for the coming May primaries a liberal dose of Halt on this particular release any drag from the reel
ST. MARKS Walter Mock, Clerk adage. The fishing expertsat and allow that lunker to mouth
RANEY WHALEY Mrs. Mercury outboards advise that the minnow undisturbed.This .
WlUa Ladd I
Mrs. Ruby Ward hooking success Is often directly may take 10 seconds or It PERRY HIGHWAY CAPITOL DRIVE-IN
CAPITALtOFFICEEQUIPMENT Mis. Lee Bishop related to the amount or paliemr may take several minutes but OUTDOOR ON WOODVILLE HWY.
displayed In getting the hook sooner or later the bass will takeoff
CO. NEWPORT Mis. Willie Ladd, Clerk Many fish are lost when a fisherman again, probably in search of_
Mrs. Hugh LangdaleMrs. tries to set the hook too another meal. And that instant is I
Offie GranthamMrs. early and yanks the minnow out the time in set the hook.
319 South
Adams or the fish's "gums."
Austin Lambert Wed. thru Sat.
Corner E. PenucoUTALLAHASSEE. Most game fish strike a minnow Thurs. Fri. L Sat
WAKULLAi Mrs. Withers, Clerk
FLORIDA Mrs. WeatheringtonMrs. "CIT"

Nirs. Branch
I VAREEN: Gene Miller, Clerk I HOME and
Pinkie Miller and
Tommy Thomas ,I "HOW THE WEST WAS WON"

IVAN Mrs. Lency Spears, Clerk
AGENCY Iris Russ
INSURANCE Epeie Strickland PHONE 385-II6I" Tallahassee" F'a.I I

AUTOMOBILE RIVER SINK: Mrs.Edith Jackie Allen Spears, Clerk I LI I II
Mary Chapman ____
I CASUALTY Evelyn Wooden I

i! MARINE ARRAN: Alfred Mrs. Dorothy Miller Nazworth, Clerk : l!!frt dni..mi1rtmtb <

: George Nazworth '

\ PHONE 877.3108I Debra Sally Harvey Pelt Pasco Legislative GreenhornsSENATOR

CRAWFORDVILLEt Mrs. J. K. Moore, Clerk I
I 1631 E.Tenn. St. Box 1873 Mrs. Lena Harvey B. (. "BIU"
Mrs. Mary Ellen Reeves

TALLAHASSEE. FLA. Ethel Vause 1 to Fill Ballot

SPRING CREEK: Elzi Forbes, Clerk } :; ==
Mattie Lee Oaks 'ea d
Mary Cargal : ----. ..-ma M.... wIdt'- PEARCE
Clendell Young I 1IAltlU\nU. W... "'..-- "..-.. .. w.a.A.n
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MEDARTl Ira Viola Tully, Clerk I r."hN TAu.AMAsarx.w Yt N.--dl= '::; ::':'41.,=:-'= M.Iee' r a..11 w Y.=:.d n.br M na
Whaley ,. ......
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Montine Durrancc I' ...... .' .-.= "
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I PANACEAS Durwood Vause, Clerk aM. pow!oct".,,,.rams..I ear... .m p.. .
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Mrs. Benjamin Metcalf _..
.1 Richard Klink a.w wMM.4i IR r lrn
Foster Clay I ++r' i

SMITH CREEK Myrtle Brown, Clerk

I .. __ _- Minnie Lee Langston
I Alma Langston 'Legislative Greenhorn'Senator
i LEON SEPTIC TANK Oudia Wilson '

j j SERVICE SOPCHOPPYi Annie Lee Simmons, Clerk I
I, Freeman Pigott

j i Clean* Out. Claxton Preston Trice Vause, Sr. I Pearce has 20 years experience, leadership and seniority as a

*Repair New Installation The Board approved the vouchers before them and directed that I Florida State Senator.
The Best For Less warrants be issued in p-/ment therefor and there being no further

I Telephone business adjourned. I With 98 candidates for the Senate wth no prior legislative experience j

Tallahassee 877.1773i : I you cannot afford to vote to put the future of your county in
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Poultry Supplies II

_, Garden Tools says 98 "greenhorns" are running for seats in the Florida Senate.

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PLEDGED TO )I.1 District 25

IJuwdtion: First Seek Better Apportionment l .

PJY.>se Salfs Tax on Groceries and Medicine 1ii ELECT JAMES E. JOANOS SENATOR

Protect Your Homestead Exemption Representing the citizens of District 25 consisting
Represent all of the People "It hi* Man my duty a* Comptroller of counties; Alachua, Baker Bradford Calhc' n, Clay,
to .rvt .1 the 'Watchdogof Columbia, Dixie, Franklin Gadsden Gilchrist Hamilton
[G BEND'S ONLY CANDIDATE IN 5TH DISTRICT the Slate of Florid.Treasury. I'P'A'.2 Comptroller ,. to of Jackson, Jefferson Lafayette, Leon, Levy, Liberty,
continua keeping performing our ttete thla flnsneldly duty:' Madison, Nassau Putnam, Suwannee, Taylor, Union
sound and our economy healthy. and Wakulla.
Paid Politico] AdvwlJha.merttey

Joanos was born and raised in Leon County;
Comptroller of Florid. married to the former Betty Lou Whittle of Gadsden
THE RIGHT MAN County; three children; Graduate of Florida State University -
INTHBRIOHTJOBMd Bachelor of Science; and Yale University Law
School; Attorney at Law in private practice; Air Force
for br*..Wtklnwn for...,..-"I..... Veteran: and Reserve Captain; Episcopalian Mason
E. Johns, The Senator With 28 Years of Experience, et Florida CompolgCoordinate and University leader Alumni.in the Jaycees, Toastmasters P. T. A. and f 1,1 I

Sty, Effective Leadership, and Know How Will Protect you Linens JOANOS WANTS JO SERVE YOU

four County. With/ / Bath DecorCloset Joanos proposes a platform which offers positive
statements for action in the area of sound educational
cleaning time Is a good policies; A health program to meet ow needs; Prompt
time linen to think about replenishing and proper development of highways; Economic development -
your supply. and Economy in government;
Its an to try a brightnew
LET'S STAY .. color opportunity like\ Persian rose or mint Conservation of natural resources; Fair tax structures;
WITH green, or tn offbeat color to blend and most of all, an amendment of the monstrous apportionment !"\
with print curtains or wallpaperto ( plan to provide the citizens of the 24
bathroom decor. It the
a bathroom spark is already color coordinated counties in our District a more direct representation in
E. new towels will match the the State Senate.
mrley Johns ; ones on hand.
.J For up-to-date color combinations,
KimbcrlyQark Corporation is of
faring giant wraparound Dundee
Keep Him In The Florida Senate ',- ..... :.? I bath blend towels) or in contrast white with and ten any colorsto bath
room. To get yours send two
----' premium seals from belsey bath.
L room tissue and $2 for each towel to
VOTE FOR Dclsey! Box 9600, St. Paul, Mmne

__ sots Choose 55177.mint green, olive green, b
blue mist, blueberry, lemon, old
IARLEY E. JOHNS __ rose gold,or sand white., bronze, pink, Persian I

I When returning the wf 9 .
closet, organize them by.color all
SENATOR, DISTRICT FIVEOf the pink towels together, all the
I white ones, and so on. And arrange -
The 2nd Congressional District them by size bath towels
together, hand towels, wash cloths (Paid Political: Advertising)
guest towels, and the rest. That
ya ..... Aa. b, h..,.... Truwrw I way, everything will be easy! to find. i
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My bank

Ask yourself these
questions knows all aR

(please check yet or no) '

YES NOD the answers.

Do you want a man to represent you who stands for responsible
D government a man who believes in progressive business
and industrial growth? Try it. IM

D D Do you want a man to represent you who stands for Improved .
educational facilities and salaries?

Do you want a man to. represent you who believes in sound '1
D D conservation of natural resources a man who will fight I
for effective highway safety?

Do you want a man to represent you who stands for the preservation
of the elective cabinet system of Florida Government
D D I -and a witnesses man who?will fight for increased compensation for jurors

,, / hoe

D 0 Do you want a man who will fight for you represent you, the
people of Franklin, Leon and Wakulla counties? '

And you reS


For good government you should i right as usual!
4 have marked YES for each question.Bob .
McClure wants to tee that these
question are answered fairly. Vote .
for a man with the experience, the
00' education, the knowledge of what \
.. makes responsible government. ,
Elect Bob McClure Jour representative.
There might be a few things we don't know, but we
May 3: Vote Sure Elect Bob McClure
know everything about bankingl) That's why you're so confident

when you come to us. You know that we know what we're doing!

Savings Accounts, Checking Accounts, a Complete Loan Service,
vote tore rTD Safe Deposit Boxes, Travelers Checks, expert Financial Advicet.

r whatever your banking need, we're ready to help.

Remember th. name of our bank the next time you're

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More Home Rule for Counties

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Political DISTRIC CVll rO:y!p ', C0\I\lISSIONER 2 FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER. for School District board No.Member"5 WAKULLA COUNTY NEWS JggHBOATi.mLai- 198!"._ I'

To The People of COlimTofricndsandbehcvenkn: I hereby announce my tandidujr t vi, I
Announcements County: Wakulla for the office of member of the I
Board of Public Instruction of
I would like to offer my,elf better Wakulla County, District No. S. i
AnllOWltllllen\l I': to you al a candidate schools forWakulla County I
po\iUral\ for Coun- :
af.I"' under thus heading Irc 2 Commlsslont'r, District No.I announce my candidacy for the I have tried always to Rive fconsideration 1 (
pay for by the persons who t Third District. of all conditions
signed thereto) I As for 10 n-lct to this office
names Ire j am the son of Mrs A. C. a formerteacher If you me
"idauiiter and the mother of 4 grade- to continue to serve in
: and !iht late A: C: years I promise H
FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER McCalbster.! I graduated from school children, I feel that I can the best interest of oaf School J ,
STRICT NO. 1 Crawlordv.Uc= ; High School in help in forming policy to Improve system. ( "- .
Friends and Fellow Citizensof i 9" I started to work for our schools and prepare our Your vote and support ..11be\
My Swift Packing children for a much more complicated Proven
County Conpany after appreciated.
Wakulla experiencein
graduation and world than the one in '
have been with S E. Roddenborry
this to
May 1 take opportunity them for almost 14 I which you and Iwere brought up.
formally announce my candidacy years. ammarried For the 5 with the
to the past years,
for re-election the Boardof I Bodiford of Samson former, Alabama.Waunell help of many other parents, I a job it takesa
from District i
public We have two children, Miche- have fought:; long and hard to FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
consider it
One. I a great l I i He, 8, and Ronnie, 6, both areattending lower schoolboard salaries so DISTRICT 4 '
wonderful privilege
and that this could be
honor Crawfordville money spenton
to have served you as one of We 1: School better equipment and supplies candi- lifetime to learn :
your% School Board Members for I l ter farm ve on near the Wakulla/\ C. McCallis-Swings. for our children instead going I hereby announce my 1
ie three years. into schoolboard members' pock dacy for the office County
Since past the last time I was asking We fordville are members of the CnwI ets. Commissioner, District Four ((4)). Back in the days when automation was something you only
I Baptist Church and
you for your vote and suppott I Crawfordville P. T,A. In 1961 when the schoolboard: If elected, I will work for the read about in science fiction, Broward Williams worked with I
I was married December, asked our Representative to sec best Interest of all the countyat I
I will run my campaign for the State Treasurer's office to
convert Florida's and .
former Margaret pen
1963, to the about raising their salaries from all times.
) Lynn, daughter of county commissioner strictly on $100 to $200 month for a sin- F ink bookkeeping to a data
Ann (Peggy my ability and not the faults of a Sincerely, processing system That's how Florida t
Rev. and Mrs.The Marvin Lord has Lynn thus of my opponent. I am a man witha gle half-day meeting voters, of nearly3NEFOURTHthc Wa- Alton C. Oaks I became one of the first states to use automation to keep

fat Tallahassee.blessed us with a lovely dauditer that mind I am of his right own.until I believe kulla County signed a petitionto I, track of revenues and statistics As the state grew, so did

Diana, who is now one | wrong, but when shown proven that I vote AGAINST raising their the state's capability in record Keeping Today it enables your \
Therefore, I now have salaries. The petition was ignored DOCTORS LINK ,
year old. added Incentive In am wrong, I am man enough to and the bill, already in its FLORIDA State Treasurer to Keep up with traffic accident records, '

even desire more forcontinued Im- admit it. I say this to bring out second reading in the legislature SMOKE OF CIGARETTESWITH I insurance statistics and state bookkeeping In voting
my one point. elected to this office -
aovementof our school system. that : was never withdrawn. In 4 to keep Broward William State Treasurer
belongs to the people ] you will be voting to
December, 1964, the members .
1 I I intend to run this campaignontheaccomplishmentsand Im- of Wakulla County and not were given a total of S11, 843.- THREAT OF CANCEl( .I keep in office a man who has also kept pace withFlorida's
any individual, I will serve the 1t '
43 over and above their $100 a
t I feel h I ve been of the and not growth His many years in the fields
aovemcnti majority people '
month not for extra work
any smoke has bees
I made during my tenure In of- any group or individual. I believe they had done, but as a political Cigarette k of insurance and State finance qualify him to
I would like to mention a found 10( contain a double bar
fice. Wakulla County and the continue
the of all the to
at represent
gift expense you completely When vote
few of these at this time. In the people in it and I strongly feel schoolchildren in the county reled threat of lung cancer ; om you tfcOVENEXPERIENCED
way of new buildings and class- that they are ready for a changein including their own. chemical which may cause thi to keep Broward Williams your State Treasurer rai-

looms, we have newCymna-and Shade- their county government, and Two months after this moneywas cancer while another ties th< ( will be voting to keep in office a man with jroven A 70S; n TAKES
nums at Sopchoppy I ask you to give me your vote distributed Grand Investigation .
Science a Jury hands ol an important detoxify experience in a |lob it,takes lifetime to learn
: We have a new
ville. and support that we might join revealed the run- H LIFETIME TO
Ub and library at Crawfordville. hands andworktogetheito make down conditions of our schools. ing system which might pmeni .
We have a new Administrative our county btrtei placeto live After another long! fight over the disea e,
Office and Cafetorlum and raise our families.I .
this matter, the bill was finally
at Shadevllle.We Invite all of you to either repealed in the 1965 Legislatureby
have made repairs at the call or come see me anytimeyou Rep. Erne st Roddcnbcrry, Helped By ACS Crant

Buckhorn Elementary School have asuggestionor a ques- withdrawing a total of $500 a This observation: *>.vs report
with additional work contem- tion to ask. I humbly solicit month from board members'salaries ed Dr \Villnm Sundr .I Williams
by :
at this time. We completely -
plated your vote and support. to be used on the schools.
reworked the floors of the also thru man Jr. ,V Hugh McCa Ulster I have fought every }
Elementary School.We medium of public opinion to Pathology at the L'nii\ ritv cl
I also completely refurnished show that some members of the Florid College of Medicine' STATE
the dining room and replaced FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER TREASURER
I board were absent without cause and a recipient of rut Amir,can

I tome kitchen of of the the equipment lunchroom in at the St. 'I DISTRICT NO. 4 and and at their times vote when was their crucial presence in Cancer Socirlv; grant Asiociittjvtith : 1 Political Adnnmnienc Pod For ,. t-red N Lowry 'ma.

i Marks. We expect to begin construction I I wish to take this opportunity implementing board decisions.At Dr. Suiidrrnun in x.uicui!
of a storage facility at to announce my candidacy for one of these important meet- phases ol hit uid'ringing stud,
St. Marks very shortly. This is re-election to the Board of ings held last July to hire a new tea are Doctors Rnniond L.
somcthingwhich has beenn cdI County Commissioners, District principal, a meeting was post- HacLett. and Bertram A C il I.
| ed for some time. In the way 4. poned twice because 3 members Noun
of educational aids, we are now I have served the citizens of couldn't be present. When the .
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in the process of completely up- Wakulla County for 11 yean. meeting was finally held, 2 --
dating our school libraries. By have been honored by my col- members had to wait more thanan
the beginning of the next school legues by being elected Board hour before the 3rd member
term this should be completed.We Chairman for five of the eleven arrived so they could have a
currently have on order a yean that I have served. to vote.
very large quantity of equipmentfor I ask the citizens of Wakulla Serving on the board Is not only 7.22 'TIL PAYDAY
classroom aids which will be County reflecton the progress a matter accepting bids on I
distributed to all the schools as that has been made during the equipment hiring teachers,
soon as received. Your County terms I have served. I have but a matter of understanding
school system now has a full- worked for the establishment of new trends in education in a
time Guidance Counselor the the Wakulla County Develop- mechanized and automated wont
fIN time ever. The Guidance ment Authority and the Wakulla where there are too many people Several days ago I was out in the

Counselor can be of Invaluable County Development. and Recreation for simple jobs and too few country waiting in a store to speak with
assistance in helping our children Commission.I for occupations that take Ideas,
realize their educational po- was one of the original sup- complex twining, and disc the owners. A little girl kept beggingher

tentials. porters for the restoration of the pline.It mother, "Mama, get me one of
In the way of Improving our old Fort. I supported the off- is necessary to understand those." This lady withstood the
financial operations, we are adhering shore fishing reefs and the pre- these changes and keep abreastof nice
to a very strict Purchase sent recreational facility at them to prepare children to begging for some time, but after awhile

Order System to Insure that we Haul-Over Rise. I have work-the overcome the problems of the ___ the mother said, "Now look honey, I'veQIQ
receive a dollars' edwith the developments so
worth of goods world with enough training
and services for every dollar of Volunteer Fire Department in that the problems of the world only got $7.22 left until your daddy

your school money spent. the county. I have seen the results will not overcome them. I gets paid again" .
By efficient operations we have of the cooperation between As the daughter of a teacher t This housewife-I I think you'llagree
been able to drastically reducethe our Civil Defense Unit and other and a teacher for many years
cost of bus repairs and supply State agencies. It is my desireto myself, I feel qualified to help -was speaking for all of us. There
parts. Yet at the present time continue to serve for the best you fight the battle for a better f demands for
our bus fleet asa whole is in the Interests of all of Wakulla Coun deal In education for your child are so many mon.ythat
'best mechanical condition in ty. My experience, I feel, is ren and mine. d: it takes a lot of serious planning to

several years. The State Audi valuable to the progress of our Mrs. Elizabeth F. Smith d cone out even these days.
Report of our financial opcratioiK I County; the knowledge that I
tor the Ian fiscal year have gained by attending State- ( t r I couldn't help but think as I looked ,'

Is the ben ever received byyour wide meetings of County Commissioners FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I '' f at this lady of all the thoughts she had |
School has made it possibleto 4
Board. No.
We have Implemented DISTRICT
or are in the process consider proble ms for the bet- I going through her mind on how to

of implementing the State terment of the county. I wish to announce my candidacy ro juggle her money to keep things going
Auditors'uggestions for improved will be glad to talkwith! anybody for the Board of County y people's income just hasn t
financial operations. I am who feels that I can assist Commissioners, District No. 4. a3 Working
confident that the Audit of our them with their Medicare prob offer myself for this high office kept pace with the continual rise in the

financial operations for the cur- lems. because 1 feel that I can I cost of living
rent fiscal yearwlll be evenbet- I humbly and earnestly solicit honestly serve all of Wakulla
ter yet. your vote and support. County with integrity and Intel- All of you women who conduct this

These arc some of the many Wlllard Carter, ligence. I served on the Wakulla continual juggling act realize that we
changes which have been made School Board for 8
County are about at our limit in terms of addi-
during my term of office. I feel I am a native of the
that these changes can only serve FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER 'years.county and have taken an active I tional expenses. We just cannot standto

to improve our school system. DISTRICT NO. 1 part in community and county have any price increases until incomes -
The of the
most valuable asset we projects. I ama member
have mour County is our children. I hereby announce my candi- American Legion, V.F.W., I catch up.
We must constantly provide dacy for member of the School. Florida Highway Patrol Auxili ,' There's only so much money to go around Who gets it?? The grocer, the insurance -
Board from District No.1.te Chamber
very for educational them. Our means children powiw of- I would like to express my In ary of Commerce, Wakulla, County Panacea Chamber I man, the payment on the house, payments for clothes, the gas station, on and on it goes.

today are our leaden of tomorrow. In the schools of Wakulla of Commerce, and Sopchop- I want you to stop and seriously think for a moment about the very important steps
County and it is my desire that PTA. I am in business for make few when Do want to send someone to sit
I feel that the School Board is every child in the county be py In the county. you should in a days you go to vote. you
the most important elective office provided with the very best of myself I promise you that if I am elected in that Twenty-Fifth District senate chair who will be pushed around by every wind that

to be held in our Count) educational opportunities pos I will always act for the blows? Or do you want to invest your vote anindividual who will be mindful of the incidentof
Government. sible. I have had two daughters all of the coun-
have tried to serve you asur to graduate from Crawfordville best interest. of ::he mother and the little girl: one who will constantly do a job to represent all the needs of

School Board Member with School with honors, and one in tyi'I humbly solicit your vote and our community.

1 replete our endeavor honesty to and provide diligence goodcols the ren fifth nearing grade school, grandchild age. I am support. Now, if you vote for someone who will I I be committed to a spend, spend, spend, way

for children. My only proud of our Wakulla County James C. Taylor of life, we will all be in for it. We will see taxes on our groceries, medicine, and every other ,

desire is to work for the con- Schools, but want to work to- COMMISSIONER item of necessity that is not now taxed. :

tit lied ools.improvement of our :, ward ments. many If you needed see fit improve to placeme FeR DISTRICT COUNTY NO. rots 2 I respectfully solicit your vote, and I pledge I will never vote for taxing medicine or

earnestly solicit the vote and I In this honored position, I groceries.
>rt of all citizens who are your vote and support will be I I I wish to announce that I am for have been Our family endowed the Baptist
appreciated and I will count it a candidate for re-election to I My family generations active Baptists.

nt rested of our continued schools. Improve a privilege to serve you. I the office of County Commissioner 2 Wa-- children's orphanage at Baxley, Georgia.They had four cottages built, and had a trust

Bobby hulk Nelton Jernigan kulla County.from District No. I established to support these units. I was brought up with a deep feeling of man's respon-

., I pledge my continued efforts sibility to his brother. I try to live this way in all my dealings with everyone.

FOR DISTRICT SCHOOL NO.BOARD 3 MEMBER I for a sound and.progressive county One of the things my wife and I have been most interested in at our house has been

f Dl RICT SCHOOL BOARD 5 MEMBER govcrnrsent.I sincerely appreciate the p-i- |I seeing to it that our two boys have meaningful religious and moral homclifc. So many of :
I wish to announce my candi-the I vllege of having served this of- I' you with whom have spoken feel cxectly 'like we do on these matters. :

.. I mounce my candidacy for dacy Board for of reelection Public Instruction: to of i,i fice earnestly for the solicit past three your terms vote and and i(| I wart you to know that I will energetically work to protect our youth in our time_ j I

tri S.1 Board with Member the belief from that Dis-I Wakulla County. support in the coming primaries. honored way of life. In matters like these my friends we cannot leave the future in the hands I
hafe tfie background and qua lions work I have for I and better will education continue for Ralph StricklandFOR I I of a 1 part-time senator. There are crucial days ahead and there arc those forces at work
I If Ula to County make a the good people School of your children and mine.I which would destroy our way of life. Won't you work with and elect Cecil A. Kennedy, a man

\ Member. earnestly solicit your vote who pledges to work full time for the good of the people?
'. I n married, have two child- I support.Bobbey SCHOOLPOARD'
' re veteran of World War II, Posey MEMBER, DISIRICTNO.I

,'". IC 0 g non with, the school 101 teacher rt Airborne for I hereby announce my candidacy -

b years and,Wakulla member of County lions FOR DISTRICT COUNTY NO.COMMISSIONER 2 Board for from Member District rf No.the 1.School CECIL! A. !KENNEDYf I I51ATE

'ber of Commerce, mem- I hereby announce my candidacy I served on the.
bc Sopehoppy Methodist cIt! / years,
, ch, and life long resident of for District County No.Commissionerfrom 2, Wakulla I feel that r.1j' C xperienetqualiioi I
a lounty. I graduated frome me for 'hi- "fllct' If
:e with a B. S. and MasU ,County. elected-1 I jm cUctcil 1 nli'dr'a to wry
IC Degree.I I promise if I am Wakulla due propl 10 the',' i of my .ibllily. 2
will work make
I work hard for you and i ( 'Nurnh!) ... it ; ."" )
., County crow.I .
I rrreclate your vote and and l vote amt support.CfluiriA DISTRICT
c humbly ask for: your veto SENATORr 4$
support. ( C. Rph rt I
eve Rcvell :
E. L. Clover .,in rvi a n< "I eTra" I .r i. rr I"f'

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Panthers Nab CRMFORDVlLLt HIGH .


'10-5 Victory BYWandt Metctlf VS

BY VIIEGE Special Te The Democrat The Florida Student Council
Convention was he lei in Mel-
Pd SOPCHOPPY Crawfordvllle
bourne last week. Highlightsof
VIAKULLA COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENTAND VOUfl tuned up for the 2B sub the convention were tour of

THE group baseball tournament Cape Kennedy, which featuredthe
COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AGENT'S OFFICE Monday with a 10-5 victoryover largest building in the of world State;
speakers: Secretary
f Sopchoppy. The two Tom Adams, U. S. Representative -

SATURDAY. APRIL 16 SATURDAY APRIL 23A 3rd teams meet Wednesday in the Ed Gurney, and President
tourney's opening game in the University of Florida, Dr. j
Wayne Reitz. These were onlya

veterinarian will innoculate dogs against rabies Sopchoppy. few of the outstanding speak
at a cost of $2. 00 per doc for the treatment All dogs Bobby Porter, Crawfordville's ers heard by the delchates. It
and rats four (4) months of age or older should be treated starting pitcher, led the may be of interest to know that
against rabies. "Sleeping Sickness" or "stag- I Whiffs 10 Florida High School, Tallahassee -
at the two
tors" shots for horses will also be available at $6.00 Stephens Panthers plate Florida, ran for President of
prr horse for the times mentioned Special arrange- hits in three trips, includinga the Florida Association of Stu-
aunts have been made to bring these ncrvlccs to you triple and drove in three dent Councils, and after close,

because of their importance at this tine of the year. As Rickards Wins runs Wayne Langston stole 74-60, tie with Robinson High
ii Save yourself a longer trip later. six bases. School Tampa, Florida, they

i Crawfordville is now MWl lost in the runoff. The conven-

SATURDAY. APRIL 23 1966 f............. III 1-11 I I tion next year will be held in
Special to The Democrat for the Panthers In the first! .... 111 1M.- I I d Pensacola, Florida. The purposeof
PANACEA:. . . . . . . ,9:00 A.At. C R A W F 0 R D V I L L E- encounter and let the 'Skins Mlu...,..,'." rook III) ..d ,Mlkn L..b.. the convention this year and
NEAR TIlE POST OFFICE Sophomore right.hander Billy down on seven hits, went the wad a.dd.-.",. ',Ue lal. W-4a.a. every year is to learn ways to

Stephens scattered four hits distance in this also and support school administration,
SOPCHOPPY . . . . . . 10:45 A.M. 1. and struck out 10 Friday to was charged with one the loss. cRAitroRDViLLE HIGH what part S.C. should play in j

NEAR. CITY HALL propel Rickards to a 9-0 vie. Cook, now 2-2, allowed five SCHOOL MENU FOR school, and new projects that

tory over Crawfordvlllee earned runs as Crawford- NEXT WEEK '. benefit the community.

For additional Intonation call either the county The victory avenged an ville'l mark fell to '.. Monday night the chorus was
agent: Phone WA 6-3931 or the Wakulla County Health earlier 10-5 loss to the Monday Coined Beef featured at the PTA Meeting.
I Department: Phone IA 6-3591 Panthers fueu.os CR.\WFORD. The songs sung were "Moon River" -
ab r h wusr J I sAl Steamed: Rice
Rozar collected three Smith : : t MUhh sRowe : Broccoli "AKvaysMissingtheBoat""Exodus" ,
Note: State law Bakes it mandatory that dogs in Miller 1 and "Poor Man Lazarus" -
Wakulla county be immunized against rabies. singles and Wayne Luke and Rour J J Porle, S I 1 Peaches Three drummers from the
Cash added double Ca"h + 1 cook !
Peppy : : : Bread Butter
Belly I 1 1 Sparkm' 1 band played forthe rhythm section -
and home run respective!;; as Goldea I' 1 T.rr s Milk of the calypso, "Always
the Redskins banged out 13 Grrgory : f : Harvey sLark. '
: :
GROUP 1 Lasp'a Tuesday Miming the Boat They were
PULL LEVER 13-A hits In support of Stephens. suphena s 1Cash' Sliced Ham Danny Paulk, Eddie Whaley,
Decision of the Florid Public homer came in the Town II IS Tot.la .1 1 Mashed Potatoes and Chuck Dill. Mr. West

FORINTEGRITY. Service' Commission. effect FlorIda first Inning with one mate al.kardl all 14. .-. Green Beans thought the chorus did a good
lutur.- and cwrorevule: / .
your pocketbook aboard, while! Luke' two- P'- Jcllo wFruitBread job. He also said that there

Billy MAYO has participated i 'In bagger highlighted a four-run, Mlguer.mSparkman PR5F-Ca h'0.. Butter would be more of the same on
public utility' rate reduction totaling five-hit fifth inning. GreIO" /. Lobe .. LOB-.I.k. Orange juice May 5 in the schoolauditorium.
ABILITY $22.000.000 mince Joining The triumph boosted !.:c Crawfordvllle S ..':ik.k.i.OIStephens' HRbitRobar Milk For the long-awaited Spring|
the Public Service .
CommiionThi :
Concert there will be special
record to 4-0 and sGregory.upped ,
FORESIGHT. *: laving: to Floridian repreenlt the Redskins ledger to 4.5, bl i i ai S Wednesday lighting effects and costumes to
40 X. ol all I rate reductionsby atepbena (If. ) v Spaghetti
' the Commission during the 9-5 tDOll (Ie U) r 11. 1 I S Sauce blend with the Spring presentation.
0 DETERMINATION : 1I'P-Cooll.: 1'-- Meat .
last 10 year Dusty Cook, who pitched Miller.-Cook.i Turnip Greens
The Panthers' baseball team

VOTE Mr. and Mrs. Wooten Smith, Apple Com Bread Sauce played at Sopchoppy Monday afternoon -
and Tim and Mrs.Smith's and were victories with]
FOR a. ..; sister, Mrs. Edna Cox Milk .a NEWS vrraw FROM n< Inc THE SCHOOLThe

and son, Jeff cry Lynn, spent the
weekend in Jacksonville wh..rcthey
I I Steaks last regular meeting of the
Mr. and! Mrs. Albert Moore and attended the wed din i g of
Cole SlawButtered Crawfordville Band Boosters 1 Is
Dcvanc visited their soi. Tyrone ChadAdams of Quiacyand Sandra -
ComMixed scheduled for 00P.M.. on
MILEY MIERSSTATE Sunday at Fort licnning! Harper of Jacksonville. Fruit Tuesday, April 26. All mem-
Ca., where !lu is Inking: his basic -
Catsup bers of the Executive Committee -

training. Rolls ButterMilk as well as regular members,
REPRESENTATIVEGROUP Mr. and Mrs. George Cibbs are requested to be present. The
had as their guest over the week meeting will convene in the
end Mr. Cibbs' parents from No School Friday. Science Room at the Crawford-

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T I SPRING FESTIVAL The Senior Class of Crawford-

Leon Franklin & Wakulla Counties i AT SOPCHOPPYThe ville High School is sponsoring
PLATFORM: f GOSPEL SING the last political rally and fish

I Licensed Embalmer & Funeral Director Sopchoppy P, T.A. will fry on Saturday, April 30, in
1. Upgrade Teacher Salaries & School Facilities The Jackson Trio of Panama present its annual Spring Festival front of the gym at the school
Food and Tourism Phone 697-3366 Florida will on April 29, 1966 They begin servingat
2. Promotion of Sea Industry City, present I at the 5:30 P.M. followed
3. Put All Purchases By State of Florida On Com program of gospel music at the Sopchoppy School. The theme from the candidates.by This reports -

petitive Bid Basis. CARRABELLE, FLA. Friendship Church in Medart, for this program w 111 be the May will be the last fund-raising
I project
4. Strong Conflict of Interest Laws "24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE" Friday night April22, 1966, Day A festivities. of the group toward their
at 7:30. fry, coronation
beginning and
5. Plug Tax Inequities Before Considering ANY Everyone is welcome. I cake walk are just a few,of the Senior Trip, class gift and graduation -

Increase. SERVING WAKULLA COUNTY; events being planned. attend., so everyone is urged to J1

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FREE 1 1964 Chevelle. $1695

1 door Hardtop VS. radio heater .
automatic tranimluiou and
real ihnrp

1964 Ford $1295

TAG 1964 Ford . $1495 4 door with radio better auto.
VI engine. 4 door with iUuid dIUonar.moue trantmlatlon.and.Mr eon
Low mIl .
"* .uWith \
and hut radio beater and air
The Purchase Of conditioned 1 1963 Corvalr. $1095

Any Used Car Over 1964 Chevrolet $1395 Convertible and htater' : 4 real ipeed ihlft.' radio.
slurp car
$600 From Either of hater. automatic' I door tranimlwloa with radio 1962 Jeep $1095
In his own words, heie'i how Congressman Matthews BUSINESS AND LABOR: "I believe the free enterprise Our 0 K Used Car and air ,oocllUooln,. One owner Station wacoi Reconditioned
stands on the important issue ft todayiNATIONAL system is th eat way to live and work in the world. auto. Uiroufhcu 4 peed tranunlaSear' -
Every businessman hastha right toearn a fair profit, and Lots. 1962 Chevrolet $1295 ; : wheel *"*, radio "d
DEFENSE: "I have supported every measure believe the f t t door .
I in right of free labor to receive Just com-
designed to keep our nation strong and to provide America pensation. ALL PRICES CUT dio Impalaautomate Vroc. 960Pontiac . $695
with all the weapons Inthe military arsenal, to make filiation clean. Ventura S door Hardtop with
us the strongest military force in the world. CONSERVATION; "I have always advocated the preservation FOR THIS SALE 1961) Oldsmobile. $795 Power ateerlng. brakes. auto-

STATES RIGHTS: "During my 13 years In Congress, I of our natural resources. I have been the coauthor LOT *> 1 F automatic/loot truaiBlaalo with radio*I.'e tad \: '::,.Ullum''oll' radio and

have voted consistently to keep with the state those of bills promoting water research, anti-polution an N. Adams ft. 84.811 .lean. 1961 Chevrolet $795
the Federal of air and water, and the development of small water- 1959 Chevrolet. .
right not specifically granted to government $493 &Iaml4a4.o IUa.n eylindtr with
sheds. )1965 Ford
by the Constitution. . $1995 I cylinder 4 door itandard bop .via radio
Falrlane see' I door Hardtop nlMion, a one cwner auto. he.t.r
AGRICULTURE! "As a member of the Committee on VS standard ba unu iocn. eM 1960 Chevrolet. $595
Agriculture, I have been the co-author of many law owner, low milea** tar Belalr 4
that benefit farmers, such a* the Food Stamp Program, )1965 Ford $1395.. iSTTr? aodafd eylindtr*" <***with.
The Lease and Transfer of Tobacco Acreage Allotments, I/I Ton Pick up VS engine. ra.dlo 1964 Pick up $1295

Soil Conservation and Screw Worm Eradication. I will and heater rtime: C law wales...
continue my effort to build and maintain a higher level 1964 Morua $1595, end bt.r' .
of Income for the farmer of Florida. Bpyder Coup with radio beater IIOTII
A Ithe and apeed tranamlauoa LOTS OPE'If T1h1 ail PIg
mUCA TtON: "I have proposed plan in Congress for Two n.1f Poe YOVh COHVEJwca

return to the state of certain Federal Income Taxesto a 1964 VW . $1295
be used for raising teachers' salaries and providing Ctoee eM .* ** ear, law anile OK Quality
fund to Improve. our schools without federal interfer )-Y ear G-W Warranty
ence. Congressman D. R. (Billy) Matthew has served for 13 LONG TRADES-
in Congress and Is now a member of the
years powerful
SOCIAL SECURITYt "I am proud to have voted for the EASY TERMSRABIES
Appropriation Committee. There is no substitute for the
Social Security Amendment* of 1965 that increased the
experience gained during these of effective work. .
benefit pertaining to the employment, retirement and
Experience gets things done Keep Billy Matthews in
disability of our senior citizen Congress!




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Prepared by S. A. CoxweU, Pastor '
Rev. Jeee'BakerCrawfordv111e Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM (Inactive<) NEW LIGHT ASSEMBLYOF CONGREGATIONAL 'I
Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Training Training Union 6:30 PM
Methodist Church 7:00 PM Rev. .
Evening Evening Worship 7:30 PM Gary Cotney, Pastor Roy Rochester, Pastor
8:00 PM I
Woman's Missionary Midweek Prayer PANACEA Sunday School 1ps00AM Sunday School 10:00 AM WAKULjLA:

Union 1st Monday ServiceWed.. 7:30 PM BETHEL PRIMITIVE Morning Worship 1IsOOAMChrist's Morning Worship 11:00 AM. T
ARRAN Men's Brathexhood Ambassadors WAIQJUA.wmi9
Woman's BAPTIST CHURCH Young People'sService '
Missionary 1st 7t30 PM Sunday fit 30 PM : ft
Society lad Friday "Thursday Rev. Cater White, Pastor 6(00 PM Roger
TOWER PENTECOSTAL Men's Brotherhood Dorcas Circle School Evening Worship 7:30 PM Evening Worship 7:45 PM Rev. SWnson. hstor_
HOLINESS CHURCHRev. 2nd Thursday 7:30 PM Sunday Midweek Prayer Midweek Church end
3rd Prayer Mrs. Lyon Crosby,,, I
Noah Cornell, Pastor The following Tuesday held at 3:15 7:30 PM PM 2nd.Every Weekend Sunday: 10:00 AM Service (Wed.) 7i30 PM Service (Tues.) 7:45 PMWoman's Community Worketf o .WfkvJla: :

Auxiliary Wed. .
'' Sat. Eve. Worship 7i30 PM County.
Sunday School 10:00: : AM Ambassadors .MEDARTFRlENDSillP
Morning Worship 11:00 AM Every Monday Ii Tuesday Sun. Morn. Worship 11:00AM SPRING REEK West Florida CongregationalHoliness Sunday School 30AM

Young People Service 6:00: PM .irb uxlllary PRIMITIVE Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM Campground Morning Worship lOsOOAM ,
Evening Worship 7:00 PM Every Tuesday C Wednesday BAPTIST CHURCH 4th Weekend: SHADY SEA BAPTIST CHURCH June 8 22, 1966 4
Sunbeams Sat. Eve. 7:30 PM
Midweek Worship
Prayer 7:30: PM -
Service (Wed.) Every Monday C Rev. Emmett Whaley, Pastor Sun. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM Rev. Earl Pearce, Pastor
2nd Sunday Sun. Eve. Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. ZION HILL

Evening Worship 7:30: PM Prayer Service (Fri.) 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00AM O. C. Hall, Pastor METHODIST CHURCHRev.
Evening Worship 7:30 PM
CRAWFORDVILLE' CURTIS MILLS 4th Weekend: Midweek Prayer Sunday School 10:00 AM W. L. Prater, Pastor

Sat. Morn. Worship 11:00 AM CONGREGATIONAL Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Morning Worship 11:00 AM 2nd C 4th Sundays
BEULAH PRIMITIVE CURTIS MILLS COMMUNITY Sat. EveningWorship 7:30 PM Training Union 7:00 PM Morning Worship 9s3OAM
BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH (Holiness) Sunday School 10:00 AM Evening Worship 8:00 PM

Rev. Emmett Whaley, Pastor Herbert Thompson Teacher Morning Worship 11:00 AM Steve Harrell, Pastor SPRING CREEK PRIMITIVE Midweek Prayer
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Service (Wed.) 8:00 PM
_1st SunSunday Sunday School 10:00 AM Midweek Prayer Morning Worship 11:00 AM Woman's Missionary Society Wrecks Increase
W. W. McAllister Pastor
School 10:00 AM Evening Worship 7:00 PM Service Tuesday 7:30 PM Young People's (Every Other Wed.) 3:00 PM -..
Morning Worship 11:00AM Prayer Service Ladies Prayer Service Sunday 6:15 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM Sunbeams After DarkTALLAHASSEE
Evening Worship 7:30 PM Wednesday C Friday 7:30 Pfr Service-Wednesday 10:00 AM Evangelistic Service Morning Worship 11:00 AM 2nd C 4th Tuesday 3:15 PM
Evening Worship 7:30 PM
3rd Weekend
7 30 PM
Sunday >
Sat. Mom. Worship 11:00 AM Midweek Prayer Midweek Prayer Col. H. N.
Sunday School lchOOAM MEDART ASSEMBLYOF Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM MT. BEASON PRIMITIVE tClikman. Director of the Deportment
Morning Worship 11:00 AM I IVAN COD CHURCHRev. BAPTIST CHURCHRev. of Public Safety, said

Evening Worship 7:30 PM E. M. Carter, Pastor ST. MARKS .- Cortez White, Pastor today. "Florida's night traffic
IVAN ASSEMBLY OF accidents could be greatly
Sunday School lOsOO AM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 1st Weekend:
COD CHURCHRev. reduced
if motorists would com
Morning Worship 11:00 AM A. V. Pickera Pastor Sat. Morn. Wor. 11:00 AM
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev. ply with a few reasonable night
Henry Pastor
Evening School 10:00 AM Sunday School 10:00 AM "
Sunday Fred Harrison, Pastor driving rules'
CHURCH Sunday School JOOOAM Midweek Prayer 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM
Morning Worship Here are the major suggestions
Morning 11:00 Wed. 7:30 PMChrist's Sunday School 10:00 AM
Worship -
Rev. Jesse L. Baker, Pastor AM Union 6:00 PM 3rd Sunda:
Training Morning 11:00 AM which, if followed by Florida
Evening Ambassadors Worship
1st C 3rd Sunday Worship I Evening Worship 7:00 PM Sunday School 10:00 AM drivers, would reduce nighttime
Winter 7:00 PM Saturday 7:30 PM Training Union 6:30 PM 11:00
School 10:00: AM Summer 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer Evening Worship 7:30 PM Morning Worship AM wrecks: "Slow down (o
Morning Worship 11:00 AMSunday Midweek Prayer Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Midweek Prayer a speed at which you Can stop
Evening Worship 7i30 PM Woman's Missionary Union 7: within the vision of your head.,
Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM OTTER CREEK Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM
2nd & 4th Sunday: Thurs. after 1st Sun. 10:00 AM CHURCHOF ights Keep all lights in good

Morning Worship 9i30 AM NEW HOME PRIMITIVE Boy Scouts (Fri.) 6:00 PM CHRIST working order and proper adi;

Sunday School 10:30: AM WHEDDON LAKE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCHRev. ST. MARKS METHODIST Floyd McCullough, Minister Justment. Lights adjusted on" anIIJI1pty
Bible Study 10:00 AM vehicle are, bllridlng .to I
Midweek Prayer CHURCHRev. W. W. McAllister, Pastor RIVERSIDE BAPTIST MISSION Morning Worship 11:00 AM incoming: drivers when:I1ie) vH
Service (Wed.) 7:30 PM Emmett Whaley, Pastor Sunaay School Rev. George Dickey, Pastor (Inactive) Evening Worship 7:30 PM hide is loaded or towing' a '

Methodist Youth Fellowship 2nd Weekend Every Sunday 9:45 AM School 10:00 AM Bible Study (Wed.) 7:30 PM trailer." Kirkman also advises
Every Sunday Evening 6:30: PM :oat Evening Worship 7:30 PM 1st Sunday Sunday hat headlights be adjusted
Morning Worship SMITH CREEK while the vehicle Is loaded if
Woman's Society of Christian Sim. Morn. Worship 11:00 AM Morning Worship 11:00 AM Union 7:00 PM
Service-3rd Tues. 3:30 PM 3rd Sunday; Training SOPCHOPPY METHODIST a trip is planned. With modern-
Men's Club-3rdTues. 7:30 PM Evening Worship; 7:30 PM Evening Worship 8:00: PM MT. ELON BAPTIST CHURCHRev. CHURCHRev. day equipment this precaution

Wesleyan Service Guild Midweek Service Prayer 7:30 PM William Flury, Pastor Jesse L. Baker, Pastor takes Other but items a few the minutes.Patrol Chief

.4th Thursday 8:00: PM Sunday School 9:50 AM 1st C 3rd Sunday list are* "Better voluntary
I Morning Worship 11:00 AM onnsnlt4 Worihip 9:30 AM compliance to the "DIMMINO"

Training Union 6:00 PM Sunday School 10:30 AM rule. both when meeting or
Evening Worship 7:00 PMWoman's 2nd G 4th Sunday;
Tissues Protect Hairdo following other traffic. Even
Missionary Union Sunday School 10:00 AM
hough oncoming vehicles do
1st after 11:00 AM
Monday Morning Worship
Here'i avoid not dim. the driver who tries
s way to sleeping onuncomfortable 1st
9:00 AM
Sunday 730 PM
Evening Worship
hair rollers. AnJit'iai to "get even" by returning
handy on trips at it is at home. Midweek Prayer glare for glare is asking for
Use suit Kleenex tissues to pre- Service (Tues.) 7:30 PM trouble."

serve your hairdo overnight. Simply Methodist Youth Fellowship "Pedestrian* unlighted ve-
ui Yc. fold tissues in half lengthwise, roll Garden Tools Every Sun. Evening 6:30 PM ides, animals and sudden
them up and use them M rollers, Need Woman's Society of chances in road conditionsall
W clipping them into your hair. To Christian Service increase the of
avoid crushing bangs, clip a single Spring Tune-up 2nd Tuesday 3:15 PMMen's "
riving. Kirkman stated.
tissue. folded
lengthwise, under Brotherhood "
r "Always drive defensively
if them. Now's. the time tale garden 4th Thursday 7:30 PM concluded Col. Kirkman.. "and
w. tools out of sharpentladei Children's Hour -
I specially at night be alert
.j" Shine Copper Easily or replace troken handles. 1st C 3rd Tuesday 3:15 PM for the errors of others and be
Spray handles of all tools with
lure you don't make any mistakes -
j rI Here's a way to make cleaning orange or yellow paint, the colors: yourself"
I bottom easier. most visible when tools are lost
copper pans
Use cleaner A Kleenex paper towel rack in
apply liquid a spray-on copper cleaner witha or the garage or tool shed will provide .
or cream
# pad of folded Kleenex instant cleaning for gardening tools. .

$ f the towels.cleaner When use it's more time to throwawaypaper wipe paper off After towels a are busy handy day to of clean gardening soiled $ PEIA'L' $ I IlOlbj

towel( pads. With disposablepaper lands and wipe mud from shoes,
towels, themes no doth or hoes, rakes and trowels.

sponge to clean. SPECIALS FRI.

[ haJf- past BIG CHIEF

US $3,441,000,000was

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spring the acquisition cost of Government Surplus Goods '- .""J I t ,

during 1965 to the public within the NATO-count"'**, o' I

fractions of the origins! costs. Government Surplus Or ..

PICK represent merchandise of all categories, used as wM ..',
a warm day soon and used, and may be purchased by anyone On si ei'i-, BONELESS BEEF ROASTjb.{ .69c

zens of other than NATO countries, take care to r :<., II 'j

check your air conditioning.. I ulations set forth). THere are a few examples cf sales hiv Cubed 'STEAK
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Now yogi) get prompt service on whatever needs to be
$50 Aircraft radar $35
done and on improvements! you decide to make-
Electric drill $3 Radio receiver $4 PORK CHOPS Center Cut Ib. 89c: '
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You'll avoid the rush il you turn on your air' .
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Have you asked about heat pumps lor automatic Petrol tractor $20 Dlosol tractor $26 DEL MONTE Punch
year.round comfort Snowmobile) $15 Film camera $3

And il you do not yet enjoy the blessings of 5 ton truck $52 3 ton truck $44 ORANGE., GR"PPLE, AND FRUIT ..aboz.3'for; 9c
conditioning now is the time to install it. Fork lift $115Bulldozer Bicycle 30*

Because many dealers and contractors offer off season $97 Cement mixer $2 Pure Cane SYRUP VfrGol. 89c
offer attractive terms Tent $1.50Duplicator 50 _
inducements. Many easy Sleeping bag "" ..
Before you know it, summer weather will arrive For the $2 Rifle $2Typewrite P CAr .

sake ol your own cool comfort for the sake of economy Adding machine $I *.$.3 NABISCO SHORTBREAD
do something about your air conditioning now'OfA Binocular $1.50 Plastic boat $I ,;COOKIES 1 1.4.OZ; 49c:

.... Outboard motor $7 Skils $1
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FlintS Clogged fiber make mill work!harder and came higher operating coat*. Information on the regulations governing the disposal and
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Nonnal horn we lequiie*cleaning or replacement Surplus registration .
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and Smaller Districts so

BILLION DOLLARS! that hereafter you will

We live in a world where thousands of miles of distance have been cut vote for ONE close-to-
to hours of travel time in the space age. In this much smaller world, we home State Sanator. i c:7':
know that we have responsibilities to our fellowman and our friends, that HOW can Mr. Republican I Some people
we should and we must help them.
We seek for all nations freedom, self-determination in free governmentsand of 1964, help ycu keep it in

economic progress. In this task, the United States has never faltered, when his "experi- a closet.
nor will it.There.
is much disagreement, however, on how to meet this challenge. enced" political 1 cron-
A basic issue in the selection of your Congressman is that of our foreign aid ies are the very ones I O r.'f";;;;; <
program as it presently exists. My opponent and I disagree in this area of who tied in a N'I
national concern, as evidenced by our voting records in the Congress. I have you up '< !
voted against our present foreign aid program, and he has consistently voted bigconfusing24County : I
for o
itWe istrict?
speak here of basic convictions, for I sincerely believe that a candi
date for public office should be judged on his record. Candidates in your Dii*
I cannot see the wisdom of our present program which has cost the trict Eight race for D
American taxpayer over one hundred billion dollars since World War II. In :::::::1'
State Senator are:
spite of this huge sum, today when young Americans are being called on
to give their lives in South Viet Nam, only token troops from South Korea, ,
Australia, and New Zealand assist us. Where are our friends? Is our friendship Frank Alderman
a one-way street? Contractor
In Southeast Asia we have expended three billion dollars In Pakistan, =jLii I:
six billion in India, two billion in the Philippines, and four billion in Japan. Claude Franks
Their very security is tied to our success In meeting this Communist aggres Former Tax AsiiMor '
sion, but they give us no assistance, while American men'are fighting and 1$1'
dying daily.After Mallory Horne
Nasser told the United States what it could do with its foreign aid, Former DEMOCRATIC Or
I was one of those who voted to prohibit further sales of surplus American Lffl"Utor andRJr.PtJIILlCAN'S under a counter.
, I food to him In January, 1965 I believed then and now, that if a country does Campaign Maaafer Slat
j not want our assistance, then it should not be forced upon it. q I"j "
I My opponent was one of two members of the Florida delegation who GEORGE LEWIS yR a "
voted to continue this aid, but we were able to prevail 204-177 in cutting off LOYAL, PROGRESSIVE k '
this assistance.We DEMOCRAT, NATIVE. I
t have 300,000 American fighting men stationed In Europe to defend LIFE-IONO NORTH Most
freedom in that part of the world. In two world wars, the United States has FLORIDIANIt's 0 0 people
stood by France, and thousands of Americans gave their lives in those keep it in
conflicts. This is another nation that ha's received billions in foreign aid .

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spite of the fact that the United States coveted no French soil, and I W
hastened the return to self-government and economic progress, today
De Gaulle demands that we turn over our American forces and bases in
France to his control, or get out. It will cost over one billion dollars just to '
replace these facilities elsewhere in Europe in addition to the original cost I And it keeps them in hot water.;
of those which we must abandon. '
I have said many times that it is past time for a complete reappraisalof Only an electric water heater
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