Group Title: DeFuniak Herald combined with the Breeze.
Title: The DeFuniak herald combined with the breeze
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Title: The DeFuniak herald combined with the breeze
Uniform Title: DeFuniak Herald combined with the Breeze
Alternate Title: De Funiak herald combined with the breeze
Beach breeze
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: DeFuniak Herald combined with the Breeze (Defuniak Springs, FL)
Publisher: Larry and Merle Woodham
Place of Publication: DeFuniak Springs Fla
Publication Date: June 18, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- De Funiak Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Walton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Walton -- DeFuniak Springs
Coordinates: 30.721389 x -86.119444 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 106, no. 20 (May 20, 1993)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028316
Volume ID: VID00233
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
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Preceded by: DeFuniak herald (De Funiak Springs, Fla. : 1992)

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The Walton County Education Busbee Ordered To 0 -U''

Association is beginning a Scho- >;
Pay $25,000.00
larship Program, which: provides i _
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$200 per ;year to a deserving .J"": .. f ::J
graduate (boy or girl) from one Andrew j. Busbee Jr., of Pen- ';}j-", -_, : -

of the high schools in Walton sacola: who faces a manslaughter .;.._ ___ J: ':.-'- .. '
county.: charge in circuit court here later
This year's award will be made this month was ordered to, pay 72-PUBLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY Y DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA June 18. .!f i lOc Number 28

during the first of $25,000 damages in a civil suit A a--- _
part August.
Applications along with the in Pensacola this week. City; candidates; .

other information asked for must Busbee. owner of Curleyvflle, To Qualify With Civil Air Patrc Scheduling

be sent to the Scholarship: Committee USA in Pensacola was tried hereon Petitions This Year
Chairman Miss Margaret a hit and run charge before
Gaston DeFunlak Springs FlorIda County Judge Joe Dan Trotman I - '
by August 1. and was acquitted. After several days of Incer-

To be considered for the scholarship All three cases grew out of the tainty about procedure for qualifying Air Fair CelebrationJ.
an applicant must have traffic death of Robert Quarrier, for city offices in the July i-c
maintained a "B" average<< the last III 14-year-old Pensacola news 14 election.. Mayor Harold God-
three years In high school and boy who was fatally injured in win Tuesday decided not to sign
have made a score of 375 on the February, of last year. the ordinance adopted at a special -
Named
Senior Placement Test. Quarrier's father was asking t'OUncl1eetl last Saturday, D. Stokes Boat RegistrationsNow The Civil Air Patrol are being

He must furnish three letters damages In the sum of $100.000- setting up qualifying fees. Chelco PresidentThe Being IssuedTax made for one of finest Air
of recommendation from teachers in the death of his son. Candidates will now go ahead pa( na fairs ever to be held in DeFunlak

who have been associated with Busbee's hit and run and manslaughter with the petition form. of qualifying annual meeting of mem- Collector Jack Little reports Springs.

him during his senior high school: cases were set here on .fees.Under I bers of the Choctawhatchee: Elec- that new' registrations for Military Air Craft displays
career. He must also have' been a change of venue after his lawyers 'the ordinance adopted tric Cooperative was held at 1964-65 for boats, good until June from Ft. Rucker Ala. Pensacola

accepted by the college of his contended he, could not set Saturday a fee of 3 per cent of Camp Tlmpoochee, Saturday June 30, 1965 are now' being Issuedin Naval Air Station and Eglin Air
choice. i a fair trial in Escambia county. the annual salary for those seeking 13 with the following Trustees his office. Force Base.
It is the belief of many mem-I His attorney said he would ask two year posts and one anda elected: The Eglin Ranger school will
bers of the court for directed half cent of the annual salary Cost of registration is the sam
the Association that the a verdict per have a very good display of alligators
District One J. A. Holley Santa last year-$1.50 for boats of -
amount can be Increased in future -I dismission the verdict awarding for one-year positions would i as ; snakes turtles and other
Quarrier the be.> assessed Qualification fee.I Rosa Beach less than 12 feet. $5.50 for boats
years and that individuals $23OOO.:\ as a $ forms of wildlife to be found in
and civic organizations will continue Offices paying il00.00or- Mike Jenkins Receives District Seven. J. D. Stokes 12 to 16 feet and $10.50 for the area.

established scholarships! or 94th a year would not be charged: a Scholastic Awards at Cocoa Baker. boats 16 to 26 feet. The Milton School: of Aviation
., begin programs to assist tudcnts Annual Masonic fee. The ordinance was passed District Nine, Gordon Hender- Tax Collector Little points will put on a mass parachute
who otherwie could: no; attend Cclebatlon At Florala subject to approval of the Mayor June 3 was a very importantday son, DeFunifclc Springs. out that all boats with a motorof jump and an acrobatic flying];
more than 10 horsepower and
college. and after studying the proposal in the life Mike .Jenkins aneighth After the election there was demonstration using an open
Here is the all commerical boats must be reglstered. -
program of the until Tuesday evening. Mayor grader at Clearlake Jr.High an organizational! meeting by the cockpit Ryan PT22. Air rides also -
04th annual Masonic celebrationto Goodwin decided he would not School Cocoa Fla. He received Board of Trustees and the following will be available for only $2
Cathy Campbell NamedTo be held in Florala Wed- He also answered some of the
next endorse the since it is
measure officers for adults and
two coveted awards from, were elected: $1 for children.
President's Honor List nesday 10:00 Parade most frequently asked questions
; : am. through so close to election. The
will
all be commerical
his school pilots
principal Robert L. J. D. Stokes, President.
the about boat registration as follows:
street; 10:30: ajn. Installationof Deadline for qualifying for a
Miss Cathy Campbell daughter' Masonic officers; 11:KM) a.m. place on the municipal ballot Is Blubaugh one in Citizenship, and J. A. Hollty. Vice president. Boats must be registered ori- I pilots.All the free and
displays
the other for are
of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Campbell Address by Gov.;George Wallace; Tuesday. June '23. giving plentyof Standards, earned High Academic John Z. Uobinson, Secretary- ginally as soon as it is purchased everyone is encouraged: to com:
Jr., has been named tto the Presi 12:00: Noon Dinner honoring Gov. time for prospective candidatesto during the past Treasurer.A regardless of the month.If .
school term. out and see the air fair and havea
good crowd of approximately
dent's Honor List for the spring Wallace circulate: petitions. a boat Is sold to another
\ semester at Pensacola Junior Col- 1:30: p.m. Ski show on Lake At press time petitions are being Mike excelled in academic per- 1500 people attended the meeting. person the registered owner must Look barbecue for pamphlets plate. to be drop
formance in all subjects but
lege.Dean Jackson; 2:30: p.m. Ski diving in circulated by em- sign a certificate and attest the ped from an airplane with
num-
Merrill A. Symondsi;;wrote the lake; 3:00: pjn. ;Beauty contest; In ordered to run a candidate phasis was on Biology and Math. Squaws Railroaded boat is either debt-free or subject ber on them. The number
His 160 also contributedwell may
pounds
"her' In part: "You are one' of a 4:30: pjn. Water battle between must file a petition signed by 25 to lien. win a prize at the fair
;you
select few of Pensacola. Junior Florala fire department and Lock- registered voters asking that his to the Varsity; Base Ball Hoboes By 10-7 ScoreThe If a registration certificate Is I I
College students who have merited hart fire department name be placed on the ballot. team. He plays the Tuba on the lost an application may be ob-

the right to be included on 5:00 p.m. Log sawing contest;; Advanced Concert Band. His hob- tained at the Tax Collector's office Reading: Program
the President's Honor List for' 530; p.m. Fiddling contest; 8.00pan. : by is astronomy. DeFunlak Squaws defeatedthe to be mailed in to the Boardof :
Game Fish Commission Mike born Oct 13 1950:\ Laurel Hill Hoboes 10-7 In a Starts Mon. June 22
the 1964 Springs Semester. In the .. Fire works in the lake. was Conservation with $1 for a new ,
name of the faculty and the administration Says "Don't Touch I in the Walton county hospital and thrilling game here Monday night. certificate.

of the College, may Those Young Animals" was named Charles Michael Jen- The large cheering crowd sparkedthe Boats must be re registeredeach I Registration for students wishIng -
X offer you our sincere congratu- Stargazers Plan kins. He is the son of Mr. and Squaws to their fourth victory year.Numbers. to enroll for the summer

lations and our wish you will Public Star PartyAt Don't touch, a wilderness baby. Mrs.: Charles R. Jenkins of this in a row. must be affixed to reading program starts :Monday
'. 'hat's the word from the Game who reside at 1031:\ Ala- We hope that the fine crowd
continue to excel. pace the front half of the boat in a ,morning at 8:000:: am. at the Free-
Miss Campbell has attended our monthly business meeting and Fresh Water Commission to manda _Lane Cocoa Fla. will return with their friends size and manner prescribed to port school Maude Saunders Elementary -

Pensacola: Junior College for the on Thursday night the members people finding young wild animals Thursday night June 18, when provide legibility. and the West DeFunlak
past two years and will enter of the Walton county: Astronomical and birds which, appear to be the Squaws meet Panama City Boats registered In another Elementary school.

Florida State University this fall. Club met to discuss final lost." _____ Tom Adams Reports here at the Little League Parkat state may be used in Florida Five teachers are employed to
reparations for our lunar eclipse Each year, durinj the. springand Marked ProgressIn 7:30: p.m. waters for 90 days only before direct the reading program in
>arty.We. early summer months 'well- Come one, come all, support being registered in Florida. I these three centers.
Local Automobile Dealer decided to invite the public meaning humans are forever finding Second PrimaryState the Squaws. Reading enrichment relearning

Wins Valued TrophyBaker to': come to the playground area and capturing "lost" fawn word attack techniques Improv-

between the mate Walton high deer cub bear young squirrels,, deputies who observed th,I Asst. Defense Secretary What To Expect Of ing comprehensive skills and

Caswell local Buick school building and the second oaby alligators and newly batched May 28 primary election in ever Praise Col. Ueckham A Lunar Eclipse reading of library books are onlya
dealer received a telegram 'from and third trade buildings at euros.. Such people. not only,d o\ county saw minor law VIolation few' of the highlights of the

,R. T. Coon, tone jj nager, 'oBuiekvDlvision Maude-". pnsw. 'pn AIIIPt-.t, barxU.j.Q.Ua '..aDI.maL.OI'.bk+d, butno: evidence of fraud or crlm.. Norman S. Paul, AaxlsYant>> Sec' planned reading prognrrri awaiting .
congratulating DIll June 14\\.;. ., '**. - they also violate ib.'law.'"' I Ira Intent to affect the outcome: : retary of Intense for Manpowei Next Wednesday June 24, 198 I, any student who wishes to
sales force for outstanding sale. The members' at the club will Actually: young .ani Mif ,and of any race Secretary of Stat recently: wrote an article for thi e there will be a total eclipse: J I f register

performance during a recent sales begin "settfttav,up their telescopes birds are seldom lost. Usually. Tom Adams said today.In Washington D. C., Sunday Sta, the moon. The members of th,e The program is free but parents -
contest and advised hint that about .OO p.m. and will be there they have been left in a bidden his first preliminary report entitled "In Defense of Military, Walton county Astronomical Clu e i may be asked to buy maw
they were the winner of Buick's tG show the earth's shadow falling spot while the parent searches for based on observations of the 8'' Men Who Miss The Headlines." will have a public star party (Se material for their child's use dur-

coveted: trophy for sales' excel across the face of the moon to food.Human odors left about the deputies Adams said it was th r He was critical: of two recent I Star Gazers Plan Star Party]t: ng the time of the reading pro-
lance. you until UM.end of the ,eclipse, young animal'or nest may. preventthe first time the elections had beer- movies "Seven Days in May" and then but this article is to tel: gram.
With 20 Buick dealerships par- which will be about 930.: parents from returning. The Observed on a statewide basis "Dr. Strangelove" which he pointed you what to expect to see, whether -
tictpating. Baker Caswell Motor This. will be subject to cancellation young may, then starve. and the lessons learned will be out give A distorted presentation you come: to the session 01 r
Company led the nearest competitive In ease of foul weather Healthy wild animals and birds of tremendous value in revIsingthe Revival Services At
of military men. not.About
dealer by over 50 percent. There will be no charge so please ere never captured with ease.Slowmoving state's "basically good but "But we feed and hear vir- 15 minutes after sunset Argyle Baptist MissionThe
This Is quite an honor for the come out and join us. animals and birds cumbersome" election code. about the thou- the full moon will rise. This full

Baker Caswell Motor Company's ta addition to planning the lire often 'Injured or .diseased. A Detailed recommend a t Ion s sands tually of nothing others whom we haveto moon will be extremely strange Argyle Baptist Mission
ales force which consists of 'star party we welcomed three special danger lies in touching based on reports of the deputies for the opportunity lt will be in total eclipse which: located five miles east of here
thank today
Chuck" Williams Harry a Seymour new members to our club.: They capturing such slow-moving nnI- will be made to the Legislative to pursue our lives in peace.- means that the earth is passing will hold revival services Jime

"Buddy" Pinckard. and were Randal Wagner Dianne mals since they may carry disease Elections Committee and the office "Take for example" he wrote, between the sun and the mon 1-28..
Baker Caswell. Holland and Sandra' Sutton. -eucn as rabies or other infection of the secretary of State "Walter Beckham." cutting off the sun's light and The Rev. Kenneth Klcklighter
Wooten Casting its shadow on the face pastor of New' Harmony Baptist
Wayne
: -which may be tranferredto Florida's Thief election official. Col. Beckham. of Mrs. S.
'Doyle Conner At Reporter, WCAC the human Most of the violations Adams this son of> the moon. Just how' the moon ''l'hurch. Florala, will preach. The
W. Beckham of place was
:
Panhandle Produce,..FestivalDoyle If a young,wild animal or bird .said involved such things as World War II hero and has will appear is uncertain because Rev. Lee King of Pensacola pastor -
a
4 although the moon is usually a will direct the music. Both,
is captured it will eventually die helping Illiterate In v 0 tin.i stayed with the Air Force
Conner Florida's Commissioner Fresh Water Fishing In captivity or have to be re- booths allowing husband and on Paul then continued bilge> copper color last December: men are students at Baptist Bible
of Agriculture will de- Licenses Now On Sale leased. Cage-reared animals have wife to vote together failing to with Secretary the following statement It was almost Invisible to the eye. Institute Graceville.
l.ver the feature address at festivities ;- difficulty.-adapting themselves. check the signatures of voters This was caused by the unusual Argyle Mission recently completed -
\ contributions
about Col. Beckham's
-
in Bonifay June 25. :Florida fresh water fishermen wilderness freedom. with in the registration : amount of volcanic dust in our Ita.Vacation Bible School: ,
names
are being urged to avoid the rush to the national safety and I and Is
for buildIng
planning
(Plans for the First'Annual Pan- books and permitting political literature .ttmosphere from last year's volcanic a new -
handle ., and buy their fishing licenses defense: eruptions.If soon according: to the pastor.
-Produce Festival are well John Pitcher Named to be banded out within Col. Walter Beckham is the
underway; due largely to'the now.available 1064-65 at fishing the offices licenses of are all Most Valuable Lineman 100 yards of polling places.He Chief Scientist: oi the Air' Force eclipse this should dust has be settled much then brighter the
cooperation displayed between attributed the
disparities to
County Judges and their autho- Weapons Laboratory a positionof Ronald PIckett Opens
and easier to see with the naked
Bonifay and Chipley .area bust- a'eat
rised tub-agents. John Pitcher, aDdaon established custom misinterpretation great responsibility and demanding Walton Credit BureauThe
nessmen and growers. of,.former Gov. Sidney J. Cattsof of the law by some election the greatest scientific eye. As the moon rises the edge
A free fish fry; sponsored by According: to A. D. Aldrich this place a student at Cocoa officials and inadequqate training of the shadow begins to leave Walton
director:: Game and Fresh Water and technological: proficiency. No the ] the County Credit Bureau -
Slowly round
moon. edgef
the Bonifay Kiwanis Club; a high named of workers.
school
was most poll
Fish Commission the new 1964- egghead Is Col. Beckham. He has been opened by' Ronald
beauty contest to choose the Pan- valuable _lineman The of these observers the earth (this is proof that
of
the findings
junior -
65 fishing license is not required Joined the Air Corps in 1941 as the world is round) leaves the PIckett with headquarters In the
handle Produce Queen; a .watermelon until midnight June 30, however varsity the past year. Adams said showed considerable an aviation cadet at that time face of he The Miller Building on Baldlnw ave-
seed spitting'contest;:and He is a'grandson of Mrs. Mae fewer technical viola- with only .a high school educa moon. last partof nue.
they are presently being honoredby the
ether activities: are Included In wildlife officers. Buying the Huggins Catts and the son of tions on May 26 than in the MayS tion. As a fighter pilot during 9:00> that shadow and disappears the about Mrs. PIckett and Mrs. Eunice
: night eclipse isover.
the program Thursday. afternoon license 'now will prevent many Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Pitcher.: first primary when deputieswere World War U. he was a triple > Blake are working with him in
June 25. fishermen from embarrassment at (She'ls the former Emily Catts. hurriedly sent to only a ace with ** air. victories: to hi. Please the new business.
Join and watch this
In coordinating plans for the a later date when they decideon John, who is IS years of age handful of counties. The fad credit when be was shot down astronomical us Mr. PIckett says the new credit
ktckoff to a drive Son Inefcased a sudden fishing trip and find stands six feet tall and weighs that Adams was sending a deputyto and taken prisoner by the Germane phenomenon through service is available for merch-
our
production of tn.h't ts and they have no license.License : 175' pounds:' He played defensiveand each of the 07 counties fox In 1944. His decorations include scopes. ants In Walton county: with
vegetables in the Panhandle;clubs fees are: offensice tackle on the undefeated the runoff at the special requestof the distinguished service -Wayne Wooten Eugene Ray, Standard credit bureau rates In

and Individual sin Bonifay and Resident annual $3.00;' Non team on which he was one of, the candidates for governor Cross, the Silver Star with one Publicity Committee effect.

Chipley. have joined band-in-- resident. annual $8.00' ; Nonresident the only sophomore. was well publicized and oak leaf cluster, the Distinguished The service is now availableand
hand. had a salutory affect even though Miss Ruth Anderson President
'14-day continuous Flying Cross with four clus- provides credit Informationand
The Produce Festival is being *.25; 'Non-resident 5-day fishing continuous West Florida Camp the deputies had no authority to ter and the Air Medal with five of the Walton county Education Investigations.Full .
planned as an annual event and fishing $2.28. Meeting Begins June 23 do anything but watch. Adams clusters.' While In prison camp he Association for next year, Edward Information on the services"1
next year it will be held In Chip- said. got Interested in physics; when Vail and Mrs. Alex swell attended rendered may be obtained from

ley.The The West Florida Camp meeting "Mont heartening was the a fellow prisoner loaned him a a District X TEA Planning the business headquarters.
purposes of the promotion JayceeR To Sponsor located18 miles northwest marked improvement in the con- college textbook. Alter the war meeting at the Choctawhat-
la to* bring to the attention of Radio For A Day of here just off U. S. S31, begins duct of the second primary" be still in uniform, he pursued this heo High School: In Shalimar on
farmers and, businessmen thepotentials"of June 23 and continues: through' said. It was obvious that procedures Interest and acquired a B.S. and Thursday afternoon of last week. Dance Saturday NightAt

this-area in the pro- The Rev. George Milam,. Junior June 30. had been tightened." a Masters degree' in physics. In Charles Porter formerly of De Country Club
duction of fresh fruits and vege Chamber of Commerce chairmanof The evangelist is the Rev. TomPledger 1 For example not a single vio- the 1950's. lie committed him- Funlak was married at 2:00: -
pm.
tables. the Radio for a Day" committee : with evaneglistle servicesat I lation was reported in Nassau self to an Air Force course in In Panama City on Sunday. His There will be a dance at thsr-

reports that the Jayeeea 10.30 A. M. and 73O each day. County he said adding the elec- science and technology and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Country Club Saturday night
Padgett's Reunlen will take over radio station WZEP ,Everyone is invited to at- tion In this little Northeast FlorIda started working on his PbT Porter of Orlando attended the June 20. This win be the last

aU day Saturday. June 17. with tended. county could serve as a thesis in physics. He received his wedding.Mr. dance until fall.
AU Padgetts, their relatives and air"sssaouneements to be done Mrs. R, E. L. McCasklll hadas model to any In the atate. degree in 1B02 when assigned to Robert X. Louie Weaver and his new orchestra -
friends, are urged to attend the by ........ guest over the weekend her Nassau followed the 100 yard the: Lawrence:.- Radiation Labora- City was In Wlthey town of Panama the- will furnish the rmaafc.Week's .
rinth annual reunion of the The committee asks that Mrs. law on campaign literature so over
merchants daughter Angeline Levey, tory. Very few scientists: civilian weekend. Mr. WIthey participated
Padgetts at Leonia on Saturday, wishing<< to cooperate get of Pensacola. strictly that sheriff's deputieswere or military sre engaged In work In the Golf Tournament at the
June 20. An Interesting programand in touch with Rev Mllam or any seen refusing to let auto- more critical to our security than Country Club. Weather

a sumptuous feast has been of theWlDlam Jaycees. I Hodges Re-Commissioned mobiles with political stickers Walter Beckham. Mr. and Mrs. Don Stokes and -1?
arranged. Rev. Dan Laird grandson come within 300-feet of the polls. Star- dOlls
Sunday two small children of'Gainesville Although summer not officially
of Dan and Charity Padgett Richardson Secretary of State Tom Adams He also singled out for special Washington' D. C. are visiting his .pstrents. begin until Sunday, the-
will preach at 1130.: At Navigation Station I bas announced the re-commls- praise Bay County and said elections April 28, 1964 Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Stokes. week's temperature reading*
sionlng of.Henry C. Hodge, asMember in Walton! Monroe Santa' might Indicate it la already with -
A family reunion was held over I William'Ifl Richardson seaman Board of Trustees. Wal-. Rosa Madison, Clay and Washington polls and such minor infractions) MARY'S BEAUTY SHOP ON us. with temperature reading
the weekend at the home of Mrs.' USN. son or Mr. James E. Richardson ton County Public Hospital.NOTICE where discrepancies were "One conclusion Is inescapa- the Circle Drive In Freeport will ranging from 93 to 95 each day.
E. H. Reese on 12th Street. 82 of Route 2, is serving at reported May :5\, also were wen >le" as a result of the observation be closed from June 22. 1984 June 10 94 67 .80
members of the Reese family the Coast Guard Long Range Aidsto conducted on May 28. Adams said. "Despite the through June 27. 1984 It wm 11 05 TO
were present to enjoy'this delightful Navigation Station at San (The discrepancies noted hereIn lenerally favorable reports on be open on June 29. 1984 for 12 94 71
occasion. They came from Clements. Calif. Dr. Richard Wless will be out the first primary were of a May 28, it Is apparent that substantial regular service.: Please call for 13 93 89
Birmingham, Can: Gallie, !L., Th9 station sends electronic: of his office Saturday, June 20. minor nature involving husbandsand improvements are needed your appointments and your pat- 14 94 84
Qulncy. Nlcevflle, Orlando, and signals to help ships and alr.craft.ectabUafi attending the meeting of the wives voting together politi- both In the election law and its ronage will be appreciated. 15 93 M ft
from L-'laAtIt. tbsfr Northwest cal material allowed close to the -
same positions. Florida Dental Society. malementetton. 8ll,18pd: l. 94 99



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W. L. Clark Pastor ,i n.._*" .
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Friendship Baptist Church The Church is the greatest "

C. Lester Weekly Pastor .: r factor of on character earth for the build. There are men who carry the weight] of,the world on their. shoulders-but this ,.
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Gaskin. Tucker South Aplln Baptist Church . ""'J3&Rev. ."X.;. citizenship. It is a storehouse! isn't one of them .. IU-: ,. ...
of spiritual values. Without 'Y'F't

Olendaie Baptist Church a strong church neither There is no burden' joyous as the responsibility of being DAD. .' ...... ''M ,,
J. B. Birmingham, Pastor civilization
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can survive. There are four But hold on there! -Don't forget it {a a burden. Someone's future is on your ,. ;,' ,
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Rev. Kenneth Kicklighter sake. For his chile .- .
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Oak Grove Baptist Church ,' dren's sake. ((3)) For the sake! If you want your boy to becomeagood ballplayer . .. well, you go out and : '.::,

Kenneth Wadle, Pastor of his community and nation. catch with him. \t'; . 0.,' '
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Paxton Baptist Church itself: which' needs his moral ". ..... '
Charles Kcrby, Pastor and material rt. Plan And if you have hopes for his character, his courage, his commitment,to things,4." '... ".r ..

Pleasant Rid Baptist Church .to go to church regularlyRight and True . yes, a boy love*to walk> : into HIS CHURCH with HIS .DAD. l""lJ'r--:
Rev. James Kinchin and read your Bible' daily. .
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Freeman Smith Pastor
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Rev.Southwlde Ivan Martin Baptist Church: -; >," Copyright 1964.Kelster Advertuing9emc.,& ..SteMtXOK. V*. .


.. Robert Caney Creek Baptist Church .',' ", Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday: Thursday Friday Saturday ,
Knox PPastor Exodus Exodus Deuteronomy Psalms JI;Corinthians Galatians Revelation ;

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Pastor Children J.: W.: GUM Slngletary* Uotne Powell AsseaaUy& ChII by Fltowing Interested Individuals and Business Establishments: .


Paxton Aseenshly' etf (]ell .
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W. A. Whitaker e te ran 8' GasCompany Fisher Hardware Co. Fisher's
Pharmacy Quality Store Charles M. Prescott
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Cary Richards "IF IT BURN OAS-CALL US" PLUMBING HEATING,

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Harold Smith, Pastor FORD CAIN'S : TI ORIGINAL ...,.Rervl... CONTRACTORComander '.
Mossy Head Baptist Mlsslo Rivard Chevrolet
Floyd Garrett, Pastor Standard Station
J GAB OIL, Peoples Water Service Da dIe Furniture Company
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Rev. Lee King
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Lake Stanley Baptist Chun Ready To MERCER COMANDER
Rev. Harold R. Padgett L. P. O.
Wear: Store Choctawhatchee
RITZ THEATRE Wis Department
Pleasant Valley Baptist Church: N. OtA BT. "GET MORE OUT OF LIFE- ... Henry Koerbei Electric. .Cooperative. _

-'\" T. R. Padgett Pastor Western AutoAssociate GO OUT TO A MOVIE" Store YOUR PURINA DEALtK Inc.
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an enrollment of 29 pupils. The - .
:Point Washington were-tfie ovcmfght guests .of hei. commencement exercises held Carlotta Wesley of DZPiiGfat T/ie T Miss Sylvia Parrish and Mitt:
was
Count
And The Beaches parents, the Ike .Morgans, last! Friday morning, 11 o'clock. Springs are enjoying. vacation at t Casualty b"Jerry Marcus\ M. J. Parrish have returned froma
week. They were enroute from I Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin Little his Eastern Lake home. They-also I visit with relatives in Clear-
I Rome, Ga., where they had
car attended Homecoming.
of Greenville Ala., spent the water.
).(1'. and Mrs.V.:L. Patterson ried their daughter Jane to enter Mr. and Mrs. Coombs (Gracie
weekend with their sister and Mrs. Lou M. Jones has as truest
arid daughters of Pensacola. are college to' their home in South I brother, :Mrs.: Mamie Hatch and Mae Evans have purchased and this week Mr. II. A. Mitchell of
spending. some time at their Gray- Florida. Mr. W. R. Hobbs. moved on to their lot a beautiful t m i Lake Charles La., and Mrs. W.
ton Beach home. Mr. W. R. Hobbs and Mrs
Mrs. Pattersonand
new trailer home, where she will
Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan 11 r/1 L. Mitchell of Sulphur La.
Susan attended Homecoming. Mamie Hatch spent Friday in De and children have arrived from reside while he is away in Of- t Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dlackshear
Sunday Funiak.Mr. Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Morgan and ficers Training School. \ 1\1\ have as guest this week their son
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Bruns and ., and Mrs. Buster McQuireand
I children will remain here while Mr. and Mrs. Gene Infinger, L and family Dr. and Mrs. J. R.
baby of New York, spent last children of Greenville Ala., : V
Mrs. Burness Evans and daugh- "
George goes for eight week Submarine i Blackshear of Gallatin, Tenn.
week with his mother Mrs. Mary spent the' weekend of June 7th School in Connecticut. and Mrs. Maxwell L. Kilbourne. \I They are spending some time at
Brans at Seagrove Beach. with their aunt and uncle, Mrs. At \
Mrs. Alice Kennedy and Mrs. her Barbara and Joan Skylarskl / the Blackshear cottage at the
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Beck returned Mamie Hatch and W. R. Hobbs. Ethel were among those attending the .
Lathlnghouse of DeFuniak beach.
'ON THI ROCICJ.I .-
to their Pt. Washingtonhome Their other guests during the Springs, spent the weekend at the Gospel Caravan Sing. Panama
Saturday from a visit with week were Mrs. Fay Little and Kenedy's Grayton Beach home City Friday night. --
her parents in Birmingham. children also- of Greenville. end were the Saturday dinner Mrs. Alta Skinner and daughter / J
Mr': and' Mrs. Clyde Wesley of Mr. and Mrs. Gene McGee and guests of the Roy Burlisons. Also Eloise from Pensacola; also swat
Gainesville, Mrs. Leita Brown and children of Tampa, were the attended Homecoming Sunday Mr. Harvey Casey of Freeport, -
Miss Mary Wesley of DeFunlak houseguests of his mother Mrs. Captain and Mrs. Bob Miller of and Mrs. Evelyn Casey and her : NEW BUICKTRADE
Spring; spent last week at the Molly McGee at Seagrove Beach. Otis AFB, Mass., are announcingthe family from Quincy, were among 7- '
Brown's Grayton Beach home. Mrs. Attie Mundyand Miss Pat birth of a son, David Mathew, those attending the Homecoming tJ 1
They were 'Joined for the week- Mundy of Gadsden, Ala., spent June 11th. Grandparents are Mr. Sunday. The program from 11 to \ / INS.
end by Miss Dorothy Brown and the weekend with Julia and Helen and Mrs. Maxwell L. Kilbourne 12 was dedicated to their parent f / OD"OH
all attended Homecoming at the Strickland and attended the Congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Quince Casey, who ntl aoacs wb
Pt. Washington Methodist church Homecoming. at the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Marshalland died on February 1st and March 1962 Chev. 2-door

Sunday.Mrs. Church.. children of Niceville, were 1st this year.
Eunice Holley had as Mrs. Ollie Sue. Godwin and the Sunday guests of her parents, Mr.. Hiram Wesley of Bogalusa,' $1295
houseguests last week her sister, Mr..and-Mra. Bob-White and Mr. the Alfred Barretts.Dr. Miss., accompanied by his sister,
Mrs. Summerford and her daughter Pap> Carter all of New Orleans, and Mrs. Edward Harris of Virginia and her family from I
Emmie of Lumpkin, Ga., spent the weekend here and attended Birmingham, were the Sunday California, were among those at' l 1960 Falcon 4-door
and her nephew, James Mllner the Homecoming.. guests of her parents. The Steve the Homecoming.
of Columbus and a friend, Mrs. The Vacation Church School Barretts, of Seagrove Beach. Others at the Homecoming from $795
Margueritte Loptin of Albany. held last, week at the Methodist Mr Willie Wesley of Hunts- out of town were: Mr. and Mrs \
Mr.' and Mrs.)! Sam Hardesty Church was well attended with vine, Ala., and his mother, Mrs. Pete Alpaugh Mr. and Mt'.. C.
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Cain and Miss Vera Cain Mr. home of his parents." Mr. and .
and Mrs. J. O. Burlison, Sr., Mr. Mrs. Charles Ray. Enjoying this
0t' and Mr*. J. O. Burlison, Jr., and family get-together! for supper Free ParkingAir
daughters Rev. and Mrs. Claude: and the traditional birthday cake
McGUl and daughters, all of I'nn- were: Mr. and 1Irs."y.. A. Holley Conditioned Show Room
ama City, Mr. Perry Holley and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jor- Easy Terms
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Mrs. Roberts of Destln. dan Lind..,, Mr. Albert Butler
and children Ned. Regina. and III way U. S. 90 West
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Little Gilbert Ray celebrated Mrs. Charles Ray and Gilbert.


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: ---: Miss Patsy Neel Miss Ruth Anderson HISTORY OF CAMPAIGN BUTTONS Motto NOTICE M bw OF.by SHERIFF'S given tb; t BALK 1. How.
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std "Andy" And r on, SberUI. of Wkl.
Gets 11. S. Degree Named WCEA President too County. Florid by Man'
I' ACTIVITIES I 'l I Ik execution iMued from ,'f.u.; Circuit

SOCIAL I L Miss Patsy Neel received\ her Miss Ruth Anderson of Walton 1 1904 rtmOf those Walton rt.Dtl.u en* April therein 7,

B S. Degree in elementary edu- high school, has been named pre- J pending In. which Plaintiff: Rlvard and O.Chevrolet
Dompay was D. WU-
cation from Brenau College, Gai- sident of the Walton County Education Items and Margaret William were defendant -

nesville, Georgia, May 31. Association in a meeting *, and have levied on and
Miss Neel is a member of in the high will aell at public auction to the highest -
held Wednesday and bt bidder for cash. In front
: Zeta Tau Alpha sorority and school auditorium. of the court house door In DeFunlak
Spring. Florida during legal houra
ya served as social chairman and
, Other officers named are: Vice- b 1 rf eels. on July 13. 106 the following
First Vice President for the past president, Mrs. Jean King of drnrrlbrd. property to wit
year. She was Vice President of One 1060 0 cylinder Chevrolet Pick-
t. Freeport. Truck Model No. K14O4 Manu-
up
T""' the Cotillion CICub, a member o>( Secretary-Mrs. lIal Crawfordof I farturer'. Serial No. OKI44A' 112850.
F r '.< h. the Business Staff of the Alch- Bill of Bale at Cost of purchaser.
Maude Saunders.TreasurerMr. Howard "Andy"
emist aid) the Bubbles, the soft- Sh-riff.. Walton Anderson
Perry C. Rutherford County
ball and basketball team, N.E.A., 4t: Jun. IS, 25. July 2. 9
of Walton high.
May Day Court, Dean's Lift, and :
Bubbles Beauty.She Miss Anderson appointed com- MARY'S BEAUTY SHOP ON

rtI1y t ut Y. has been employed by the mittees. and urged them to the Circle Drve! In Freeport will

DeKalb School Board for the work together to make next be closed from June 22, 1964

4 coming year. She will teach in school year a great success. Someof through June 27, 7964 It will

j the Sex t onwoods elementary the committees will meet dur- be open on June 29, 1964 for
: ing the summer to study the pro .
school, Atlanta, Ga. I rerular service. Please call foryo'ur
sent policies and make recommendations ,
appointments and
I your pat-
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for revision, of
n 'ktl Miss Cathy Campbell I policy icnage will be appreciated.

Entertained For Alias Rivard deemed necessary. 6ll,18pd:
John Baldwin, County Super- --.. _rI :-.._

tts I intendent, told the teachers at FOR RENT: COTTAGE Gray.
Miss Judy Rivard was the hon-
at luncheon this meeting that he and the I No matter which presidential/ candidate campaign button yens I ton Beach. Write P. O. Box 5 or
oree a on Thursday, tradl- '
Board Members were well 'wear this election you'll Le carrying on an American < come by home after 5 p.m. Alline
yeari
June 4 Miss
given by CathyCamp t.l( n t.hat /4 ell at her home on Plateau pleased with the Job they had --Campaign i-buttons: -first-pop.ped candidate, Abraham Lincoln encased 6:11,18pdFOR :

a Avenue. I'I I I done this year. He said "your up during James Monroe's in' a brass frame., tour SALE: 1 USED 24" Rid.

f The luncheon table was cen-: 'operation, faithfulness and professional last year in office, according to years later,when General George Ing lawn mower, runs good. TW
.;f interest shows booklet entitled' "America B. McClellan was running1
teresd with an arrangement of us youi a
6-1981. O.
L. Brown.
:s! t pink carnations carrying out a'I i I have finished a year of work well Goes to the Polls", published by against Lincoln the Peace or
The Travelers Insurance Companies "Copperhead" faction wore
: 'i bridal motif. A similar arrangement done." fashioned LAWNS MOWED: CALL GIL.
their lapels
of Hartford Conn. But badges on
:. f in pink was used in the I![ Supt. Baldwin stated that he the button, worn by supportersof from the head of the official LIS Douglass. TW 4-7467.
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.; ? .. living room. I and each member of the school Andrew Jackson, took nearly copper cent.Opponent.. Jun 18-Aug 27 chg

3 t it5Y < ., Tiny candelabra place cards Board were aware of much effective ten ;years to develop I of Greenback candidate -

{3,A 4c marked places for the guests.I)I teaching in the classroom It seems that in 1815 Con Benjamin F. Butler in FEE USE OF OUR CARPET

Corsages of white orchids and during the school term. He said Cress voted to award Jackson a 1884 wore campaign buttons Shampooer with purchase of Blue

>J- > tiny rosebuds were worn by the I I I the spIrit' of cooperation between Cold medal for "brave and sueI danglingfrom tiny .r mat: whileButler -an Lustre shampoo. Fisher Hardware
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allusion to charge
Co.
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I cessful of British I
honoree and her mother Mrs. the classroom teachers, principalsand repulse" troops Governor
was Military
} Adrien Rivard. supervisors, tends evidence .Orleans.who had But recently Old Hickory attacked didn't New of New Orleans during theiCivil: CLEARANCE SALE: TYPE.
) toward most successful school
I I a I War the silverware of i
y The honoree was presented for 196465. get around to providing the en. writers, $20.00 and up. Cash .Re
with a mauve crystal candy dish. year graver with a suitable portrait was safet Buttons gisters, $65.00 and up. Joe Walls
;$L Twelve guests were invited to Recognition was given to Mrs. till 1824, when he became an announced throughout Samples of American campaign history uslness Machines and Service,
Kathryn Cawthon who is
ata retiring. candidate for President.
be with Miss Rivard at this event. : along with hundreds of other Fh. TW 6-4141. Intersection Free-
Mrs. Cawthon has been of
one The medal was finally struck, campaign mementoes, make up port Rd. and ob, Sikes Rd.
Honoring Miss. Rivard the outstanding teachers in the and Jackson's supporters were an exhibit which represents 25
a2, itMl English department 'n* the Wal- soon from their lapels FOR
RENT
P+/ A9o.:,. c k .1 r'. Italian Dinner Party braes; years of private collecting l by/. : APARTMENT For
A ton high school. She can recall small discs which rename the Doyle DaWitt, president of The) lent. 202 Circle Drive. Phone TW
many pleasant: memories of her and likeness of the General Travelers. The collection Is on 6-9511.

Mrs. John Herbert Harris, III Another of a series of pre-nup- I teaching career as having helped and a reference to his victory display this election year at thecom'pan7"
tial parties honoring Miss Judy many boys and girls better them- at New Orleans. Thus was home offices in Hartford FOR RENT: 2> Bedroom Cottageat
born the symbol of the American
Rivard was an Italian dinner Conn. The first American
Sunnyside.
.. and Mr Itrlves I' in preparation for theirlife's presidential election the Reasonaable. Call
The wedding of Miss Judith Miss Cathy Campbell party held at Mom and Dad's on political insurance company specialise TE 6-2477. Ponce de Leon.
Ann Rivard to Mr. John Herbert Larry Nelson of Marianna, Fla., Tuesday, June 9. The hostesseswere work. She will be greatly campaign button. in travel and accident Insurance ltpd

Harris, III was solemnized June were vocalists. Mrs. E. D. Pinckard, Miss missed by students and faculty In 1860, campaign button The Travelers celebrates its WANTED: HAY Baling, mow

13, 1904 at 8 o'clock in the First The church was decorated with Virginia Dannelley. and Miss members. (makers produced tl.a first tin 100th anniversary during the car ing'or raking. Call Morse, Glen-

Methodist Church of DeFuniak white roses, palms and candles. Shirley Wise. Miss type portrait of a presidential. rent presidential election year. dale 859- 262, preferably early

Springs, Florida. The bride is the The bride wore a long gown The table was beautifully decorated Rivard Honored With - morning or evening. 6lltfchg:

daughter of Mrs. Adrien Rivard, of white peau de sole appliqued with the focal point being Bridesmaids. Luncheon BIRTH ANNOUNCEENT Bride Elect HonoredAt '
Sr. and the late Mr. Rivard of FOR RENT: 'r 4REE BEDroom
with alencon lace reembroideredwith a pink satin butterfly, which Luncheon SaturdayOne
MJss Judy Rivard was honoredat house. See Mr. or Mrs. Hugh
DeFuniak Springs. Mr. Harris is crystals and seed pearls. The was encrusted with carnationsand
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gillis
the of Mr. and Mrs. John a bridsemaids' luncheon on Adams, Ph. TW 4-4011. 6lltfchg:
son built-in panel train subtly echoed tulle. Miniature bride and
([she Is the former Miss Juatrine of the most delightful '
Saturday June ""
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Herbert Harris Jr. of Geneva given by Mrs. :
skirt's controlled
the beautifully grooms marked the individual Charlotte Elliot and Mrs. Carnley), announce the birth of social events of the season wasa CASH FOR LATE MODELcars

Alabama.The shape. Her shoulder length veil places of the guests.' A delectable McCaskill at the home Marian a daughter, Catrine Renee, Sat- luncheon held on Saturday, 1958 models up. Buying for
of
ceremony: was performedby of tulle was attached to a pearl three course meal was served. The McCasklll. Mrs. urday, June 13. Mother and baby June 6, honoring Miss Judy Riv- Eastern and Miami markets. If

the Rev. Langdon Garrison, beaded cap., She carried white hostesses presented the honoree Pink and white are doing well. ard, bride elect, with Mrs. W. I. you have a used car to sell, call

minister of the church. roses, lilies of the valley and with a sterling silver dinner bell. graced the center of carnations StInson, Jr., Mrs. W I. Stinson, James Hussey, TE 0-2271-8 sine

The bride was escorted by her stephanotis. Her attendants wore Those Invited to share this occasion The appointments each table. Junior Gardeners Flower Sr., and Miss Betty Owen Stin till 5:30 pan 12:31pd:

brother, Dr. Adrien Rivard, Jr. floor length sheaths of blue taf- with Miss Rivard were were perfect ShowOn son, hostesses. The scene of the

of Atlanta, Ga., and was attended feta which: featured empire waist- Miss Betty Owen Stinson Miss even and down to a miniature table luncheon was the lovely Florida FROM FAMED ENGLAND, the

by Mrs. Adrien Rivard, Jr. lines and panel trains and carrie Mrs. Adrien Rivard, mother of maid.chair for the junior brides- Saturday, May 30th, the De Room overlooking the pool at the greatest gardening nation on

..end'Mrs. Bobby Denson Smith of lillles of the valley. They wore I the bride; Miss Cathy CampbellMies Members Funiak Springs Junior Gardenersand home of Mrs. W. I. Stinson, Jr. earth, comes a fantastic discovery-
({!Auburn, Alabama and Miss Craig bats made of blue sequins with,I Mpry Carolyn McDonald, of the wedding party their friends' on Back Lake. Streeter's Magic Growth Pellets -
were prepared 46
Rivard, her cousin. Mr. Harris veils Miss Patsy Neel, Miss Sue'Drake at this presented luncheon.gifts by the brld. arrangements carrying out the The spacious rooms were beautifully developed by Fred Streeter, winner
best for his The Mrs. Bill Rivard Mrs. Walter of more .than 100 gold medals
was man son. The bride's mother wore a theme "A School Day to Remem- decorated for the occasion.
following served as groomsmen; Dannelley and Mrs. Ronald Wise. ber" 'plus the Victoria Medal for his
floor length dress of patrol length, Misses Williams and Neel The elegance of the serving tablecentered
the bride's brother Robert Rlv achivement in horticulture. You
,
dress of blue with lace with decorative" arh'te
crepe Entertains Miss a :
ard; the groom's brother, Bobby overblouse. Their corsages were, Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Lindsey For Bride-To-Be Trl-Color Donna Carter received the branch topped. with a white fea- can create super flowers and

Harris; William Rivard Drewry white orchids. have received word from Livingston Award on an arrangement ofi vegetables, the envy of your
thered dove held the center
I Miss :
Hampton Morris IV of Geneva, State College that both their Regina Williams and Miss of yellow gladioli and day- I neighbors. Over 70,000,000 magic:
attention. |
Following the ceremony, a reception Patsy Neel entertained Miss Judy lillies, using as an accessory a
Ala.; Lucian Bloodworth El Paso, daughter, Betty Jean and their seated at pellets sold in England every
Texas; John Gideon Morris of was held at the home of, son-in-law, Robert Fondren have Rivard bride-elect, June 11 in the story book entitled, "A Day To The 24 guests were I I[j week. In short supply at present.

Geneva, Ala.; and George Beck of the bride. I made the dean's list for the spring Coach Room of the Hut Restaurant Remember". card tables Each arranged table about centered the)''Contact Frank W. Peterson, Highway -

Tuscaloosa, Alabama. After a wedding trip, the I quarter. Betty Jean is majoring in i I with a brunch at eleven ajn. Miss Valerie Clary oils: awarded with rooms.love birds on white was ) 90 West or call TW 4-5809.

:Mrs. Walter Dannelley was couple will reside in Birming elementary education and Robertis As the guests arrived they were I the silver trophy for having! II majoring in business adminis- served chilled orange Juice. They two arrangements which branche'l
organist for the ceremony and ham, Alabama. were out the decor: of the I
tation. were then invited to the table set awarded blue ribbons. UNCLAIMED REPAIRS: WE

for twelve. There were 20 entries in the The menu included: Alaskan ;have three Singer Sewing-Machines -

The table was coverecUwiUx a horticulture division. Miss Andrea abmh'1'1at1n..vl'in. PPle' that were unclaimed. Pay

-I handdrawn: linen"cloth. The Coca:1 Clary received an award shells filled winO pineapple balls repair bill $14.63. These machines -
of: merit ,
( L paint was a lovely 'delicate pink for her pink besonia plant, which and ming. cherries, chilled tome are in excellent shape. Write

f and white floral arrangement tea received 95 points. She was also toes filled with artichoke hearts, Service Managers Vogue Sewing

enjoying o '. turing tiny pink tulle rice bags sweepstaked winner foe receiving broccoli with lemon butter, congealed : Center 404 E.. Wright St., Pen-
tied with blue : salad on lettuce, straw s acola Fla. 5:28-7:16chg
pink ribbon. most ribbons In the hortlcul : :
Places for the guests were ture division. berry meringue' hot rolls, tea and;
vacatioi coffee. ATTENTION LOGGERS AND
:
{ marked with miniature bridal 1 The following received blue rib
The hostesses presented Miss timber owners. We pay the top
bons
bouquets of
valley miles and rib : Elizabeth LaFrance
bon Judy Rivard a piece of her chosen silver Prices!I .tor hardwood logs andtimber.'Free
..... topped with a white Bible Potter, Jo Young. Andrea Clary, as a token of remernt.franco estimates. JACKSON
.I or wedding rings. Valerie Clary Judson! Spence I'I
'of the
occaion. VENEER CO. INC., Laurel Hill
A savory meal of iced fruit I Sally Vlning. Cindy Thomason.
Fla. Phone 2195: days or Louis
,
cup, curried eggs, Canadian The following received red rib- ;'
bacon bons Virginia Dannelley on Dean's LUt i Lowery, 4-3325, Florala, Ala.,
broiled tomato half, straw- : Elizabeth LaFrance, Andrea -
Virginia Dannelley, daughter of nights. 3:12tfchg.:
terry preserves, blueberry muffins Clary Valerie Clary Laurie Pot- Mr. and Mrs. Walter

and coffee was served. ter, Jo Youn, Gloria McIntosh, was notified by Shorter Dannelley College, FOR SALE: BEAUTIFUL three

The honoree was presented a Marc'a' Kenedy; Susan Kennedy, that she was named on the Dean's bedroom home, two ceramic tile

gift: of linen by the hostesses. Sally Vining. List with a 2.6 average (claude baths, kitchen complete with GE

The following 'received yellow ) on a three point system. built-in appliances on 100' x 150'
aRF Luncheon Given For ribbons: Gloria McIntosh! Andrea lot In Oaklawn Square. FHA fin''

Miss Judy Rivard Clary Phyllis McIntosh, Sand'a Today, one out of every twenty anced. Call Sam Rachels, TW 6-

Wives, Leigh Love Caylor Lisa nursing positions In public health 2921: or Buddy Brazile TW 4-

The private din'ng' room of The Thomason, Cindy Thomason, Jane agencies is unfilled. This prevents 8748. 4:16tfchg:

Four Winds In Panama City, was Jones. implementation of needed local
the setting for a luncheon for The following received white and state health programs. FOR SALE: FOUR ROOM

Miss Judy Rivard given by Mrs. ribbons: Chris Kins. Lunette Kelley house, one acre land flowing

W. E. Bryant and Mrs. Bruce Debbie Turney, Beverly well on Hiway 331, Freeport. Withor

Bass of Panama City and Mrs. Jones, Betty Jones Karen Pieller, without furniture. Call Wade

Ronnie Otts of Pensacola, on Fri Kyna Strickland. Andrea Clary, Griffin, SY 2-2414, Dothan, Ala.
.
day, June 12. Donna Carter Barbara Hinnant, I 6:4,11,18,25 chg.

Pink and mauve prevailed 1 in Susan Kennedy, Jo Young, Rickey PRIES WE
DEPRE8810NIsell !
make the Prescott Linda N
decorative Prescott d
motif. The table! Rhonda
was centered with Spence, Marcia Kennedy, Sandra cheap. Heavy-duty rotary

.. ment of mixed pink flowers.an arrange Wiess, Leigh Love Caylor, Sally cutters, $265.00 each. We deliver
.-
free. SCOTT FURR DISCOUNT
FLORIDA Vining Dawn
A bride doll was the center of Thomason.
FARMS, Magnolia Mississippi.
attention on the table for the '
r home for gifts. Twelve friends of the bride The increasing number of men'tal Phon 7832917. :5:14-7: :2pd
BUSINESS and
your FAMILY were invited for this occasion. patients calls for increasing

The hostesses presented her numbers of nurses trained to care "prMuct.... .,...............:-.....,... Faison And Ward
Florida' sunshine hat no comparison! But did you know that with a complete bath room set for them. Today's nursin* shortage Water Wells and Pumps

Florida's best climate Is its business climate Check the facts cf linens in shades of pink. in psychiatric hospitals i In PIGGLY WIGGLY Easy' term*- Call collect

Compare them with your State's Industrial" advantages In rela nearly four times greater than 10th Street

I tion to your business or Industry. Mrs. M. J. Parish, Sr. and Miss in general hospitals.Mr. DeFuniak Springs,:Fla. Wiley Dec Faiaon Ward, Bonifay Vernon 6472376 6352168

Sylvia and Mrs. E. H.
Parish Taylor have
FLORIDA'S FAVORABLE STRUCTURE FOR SUSINCSS. IS LESS THAN returned home as guest this FOR SALE: ONE 1950 4:1e.10lIpd: :
week
HALF THAT IN AN AVERAGE OF ALL 8O STATE LFLORIDA'S Thursday from Clearwater, Fla.,. Chanlain and rolet 3-4
where Mrs. Charles Grey of Oklahoma. eSe3Pi'.ck-up! *""
they visited Mr. and Mrs. Call TW CREV-I
GUARANTEED FREE ENTERPRISE MANPOWER PROVIDES A. W. Sullivan and children for Mrs. Joyce Youn t and alas I
THOUSANDS OF WILLING WORKERS READY FOR YOUR INDUSTRY. several ghter. Peggy, of Swainbora. LAWNS COTTAGES FOR RENT: Gray-
days. Ga
MOWED
are here I $ .25 per ton Beach, call Gene Wesley, De-
.FLORIDA'S PERSONAL INCOME HAS GROWN 211% SINCE 18SO. Miss Sylvia Parish is home for M. J. Parish.visiting Mr. and Mrs" hour. Minimum charge $1.00. Call' Funlak Springs 6-9586: after 5p.m.

FLORIDA BOASTS OF. A 20 BILLION DOLLAR SPACE INDUSTRY AND the and summer Mrs. M.with J. her parents Mr. Mrs. Pauline Hodges( left over Charles Itpd.FOR: Barefield. TW e-818l7 or Seagrove Beach 2312621.
A GROWING 12 BILLION DOLLAR CONSUMER MARKET. Parish. Jr. Syl the weekend with 6:4,1: l,18.25chg:
via is a senior at the University relatives from I

Equally Important Is your own health and the happiness of your of Georgia and will return to Dothan for a two-weeks vaca- home SALE THREE BEDROOM FOR SALE: WATER FRONT
t'on
family. Where elsa but In Florida can you expect to greet each Athens in the fall to resume her on the west coast. with Central Air Condi lots, and wooded in lots. On

day with sunshine, each day with a new zest for living and studies. APARTMENT-FOR- RENT wood tioning and heat. Two baths hard i Choctawbatchee Bay located on

"getting things done" :Mrs. Elmer Jones accompanied ted Farm Agency. Phone TW: Unl. veer finish.flooring, outside brick: ye-'OkaJooaa-Walton county line in
4-
her daughter Ann to Auburn 7831. sell for O,* *moving, will i Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe. Rt. 1
small
University last weekend. "inn has payments. equity, take UU.Box 259: Villa Tasso NicevUle.

: FOR MOM DETAILS ON HOW YOU CAN BECOME A PERMANENT FIOMDA RESIDENT AND BUSINESSMAN enrolled to begin work on her USED AUTOMATIC 107 Oaklawza Contact Milton Smith. :Florida.

I CONTACT "". WENDELL JAKRAND. CHAIRMAN.DIRECTOR, FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT COMMIS degree. Dishwashers for sale. Phone TW 6-3276. Square, or call TW'''
FOR SALE NEW BEDROOM
i SION IN TALLAHASSEE. OR THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF THE COMMUNITY YOU ARE VISITING. Rev. J. C. McLendon and tarn 63719. 6ll,18pd: 6lltfchg: house : dining;
living
,
fly from room
CHECK
'" NIceville. spent Monday FOR WITH THE APPANCE LI. '
SALE: HAVE SEVERAL 1 room, kitchen bath end half
1i afternoon here with.Mr. and Mrs used EXCHANGE. .Ph '
electric TW I FHA call
ranges. Phone small down payment,
TW6llI8pd ;
3719
W J. for
.. GHce. used
FOOd Freezers ;
f OJ' 8-37U. : llllIpc1: collect MU 2-2950 or MU 2-439O.
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._ VYOLtJME!: PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY THE DeFUNIAK HERAED-JHOCKZC THURSDAY. JUNE 18, 1934 _
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BohTSikcs ReportsFROM demic and administrative background . from principal points both in I -in-a lifetime opportunity I cola River operation and maintEnance John E. McKinnon of Itou.t n.
UP TO THE WASHINGTON from Pensacola Junioi Okalaoosa and Walton counties presented to participate in the.. and Chanel improvemet 1-Tex., arrived last week for a visit
College. He is a natural leadei rr for day students and facilities creation of a new institution ol f (150,000( ; East Pass maintenance with relatives and friends.
Okaloosa-Walton Junior who has imbued his faculty wit will be available in private homes learning with which to endow and operation $45,000; Escambia Mrs. R. M. Sawyer and Miss
@thFROM Has Fine Prospect College a fine determination for the jot: for students who wish to !'eliden'ar I young minds with a greater opportunity River maintenance and operation Maude Sawyer spent several days
ahead. the campus. for a good and useful $45,000 6Oin. priv I enThe last week with relatives in Col-
The new college will be housed life. tie>n and additional surveys, $127- umbia, S. C.
Not long I visited the The
ago Okaloosa-Walton Junioi
new
in n number of buildings in down- 000 and Panama City harbor Mrs. C. H. Levey of Pensacola.
Okaloosa-Walton Junior College College will open its doors or I I First District nlvors and arrived last Thursday to spend
.. J town Valaparaiso. It is reassuring and maintenance, 150000. lorida
a. tt Valparaiso and talked with its August 28. Already a surprising r Harbor Funds several days with her mother,
to see the optimism and deter- Florida also will participate in
,y SAVINGSEARN President Dr J. E. McCrackln[ interest has been shown. from Mrs. R. E. L. McCaskill.
mination with which the faculty Funds the Gulf Intra-coastal operationend
for First District rivers
and faculty. Dr McCracken cornea prospective students. School bus
I Miss Elsa Coleman of Panama
1 sapproachlng its work. Renovation and harbors project from admlntenance fupnd of $450-
to Valparaiso with a strong aca- transportation will be .provided my here busi
1 City spent Friday on
ra and repainting of buildingsare committee on Appropriations to uuuu. jnew item this year is ino
,.. _. .., in progress. Each person associated be voted $30.000 item to Initiate the sur-
. ,,-..---, p_.. 4'-_ - with the venture seams week. Include on the by following the House items this: very to determine the need for ness.Mr.. and Mrs. Henry Elliot, Jr.
cognizant of the fact that a once- Pensacola channel and harbor the Y allow Rivcrsa Misses Pam and Mary Emily Eliot -
v : and Johnny Elliot left Mon-
THE
whatchee improvement $300.000; Chocta- the Yellow River daf and 1 lake in day for California where they will I
FOR SALEModern Blackwater River survey $20,000 Okqlooa and lake in Okaloosa y visit Mr. and Mrs. Ifal Kemperat
River
operation and
I llsiLO Ornamental IronworkShop II maintenance, $50,000; Apalachi-I County. I Bakersfield. "

Located At ,GasklnCampbell

,. 'r YOURS IN NOW 2 Bedroom Home and 12.5

.JBirOUR t VOR A HIGH FULL RETURNS.MONTH; Acres of Land on Pretty Pond 6 i SATURDAY JUNE!E 20


Miles from DeFuniak near Lake 4 BARGAINS.. AT -

0i Juniper 2 Baths Built in Stove and Property of 10 A.M. 1 P.1\1. 3 P.M.
\ 'ret ANNUM ,
W. A. Laird & H. A. Laird, Sr.

:First Federal Oven. ...._

VALUABLE BUILDING INDUSTRIAL SITE

Savings & Loan PRICE $17,500.00 VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS INDUSTRIAL SITE

Nelson Phone
e Av. TW 4-2321 CONTACT TROY L. SIMMONSR. \

UNDERWOOD, REALTORP. All Work Guararlte.d SALES At 10 A.M. .,. 60 BUILDING LOTS will go to the high bidder!
Location: Laird Subdivision on Highway 331, four mile. south of
0 .BOX 509 WeldingRt. 10 'A. M. Freeport In the great fishing.., Gulf Coast area.

F. DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA 3, Box 143, DeFuniak SprlaFlorida .* AND I AT 1 P.M. . A 8.ROOM, BATH HOME, 10 ADJOINING ACRES
and a APARTMENT MOTEL In the heart of Freeport. The 10
Phone Florala 4-MH
I acres go with the houee. Motel I.! located near the po+toffie..
I I 1P.M.1

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Prize building lots . wealth-producing acreage . fine home and motel . Ideal
I ,for investors, speculators, developers, builders and home makers!

3 P.M.

At 3 P.M. . 100 BUILDING LOTS In Believe Subdivision. Lota
BRINGS YOU are located on LaGrange Bayou Just off .Highway No. 20, west of
100 LOTSALSO
V Freeport. Follow auction elgne. Flowing water plenttlful.

r SELECTION OF AT 3 P.M. . ACRE INDUSTRIAL SITE, IDEAL FOR 5ACREBUSINESS

almost any type business enterprise, and a perfect spot for deep

water barge operation.

I SITEIn

the heart of an expanding area where invested dollars can't miss! Check every

VALUES detail every profit potential, then come to the Auction.


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For additional Information contact:
US. WE SELL
THE WORLD.
Customer preference i is a Frlgidairt tradition . our, too! frigerator, you get an outstanding value here. Flair range?
Our store policy is to give you the best choice the right Twin 30?Pull'N Clean oven?We have them all! Soak cycle or
choice for your needs Check your kitchen floor plan;you can Delicate cycle washer? Your choice of the finest or budget
have a right-or left hand door refrigerator at no extra charge. models Is right here! EVERYTHING JOES 1 1frotn
Whether you prefer a single door, 2 door, or Frost Proof re J.L.TODD niKTlOHCO.
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Florida WorkProgresses r AA t
As
t a : By: BI. O. "Buddy- Warren

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/f Its very likely that you occasionally -
;. come up with cold
t t L EMH Only r.1een!!/ aI sores on the mouth or lips.
PREVENT FOREST Fl': .
I The disease causing these
/ y
sores Is know as herpes simplex -
''I"Il S-S Ken Brooks Scored ) and is old
,' 'A ; q' as as man
,, ,j High In Tournament .: ., ... I' :
''' I ,J/ ; .t. ,.. Cold result from
."""' sores many
b' ,r,.. tj'.r"I't.I't.t t I Staff Sergeant Ken Brooks ',., X j ,1 A s and ,varied circumstances.They .
4>.j@I.@ ;
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who is the son-in-law of Mrs.
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> . often hand in hand
f'ftf.f .. go
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'" 1"" Essie Gillls of DeFuniak with bouts with colds"or influenza -
W" 1 Springs participated in the Air foft
1"]* they sometimes follow -
'fi.i: ",d' : dt ,"' "'!! ing Championships meet at Kirk- sunshine or cold wind and
'tin"
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:I. ","t, 3? land AFB New Mexico, recently, in many instances, they appear -
,, 2 and bowled the second highest
... due to internal upsets.
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"":. : ;; "" ,4.' ..8" "" . Came: With of eight the tourney.strikes in a row, miles closerto moon rocket and the three-man Sons, Inc.,of Jacksonville Beacti The virus causing cold
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: 1 I :Man will be three in that it will
is
Allis-Chal- unique
.. ,:.A from the huge are using a fleet of sores
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> . crawler- Apollo spacecraft
of 253 this
: Brooks had a total pinfall the moon when
""" : Vertical Assembly Building mers equipment to help move L$ live among people susceptibleto
I '.; : in the He also bowled the (below) on Merritt Island
.l' ; game. way The
launch pad. muck and the
I' : AFB Fla., is finished next :jear. The (above) to the million cubic yards Of this disease despite
7 i : high series for the Patrick three mile long super, superhighway crawler and its moon-bound' car sand. That's enough to fill a hole fact .that the person's blood
; team, 646. Is part of the National go will weigh 17 i million the size of football field mon carries antibodies that can
f" .. :r I Brooks earned his place on the Aeronautics and Space Admin. pounds. Supporting this load than 1,00(1( feet deep. The Canaveral destroy it.
Patrick team that went to the launch and maintaining i it absolutelylevel l
f.1 JJ Istratlon's $400 million features in the District of the Armj A few words now about
critical
AFSC command-wide meet witha Complex 39 near Cape Kenn"'v are I Corps of Engineers is overseeing
construction. Sub- prescriptions: They are a
wI4"' ., '!'iIi 4295 total pinfall and a 179 It transporter will carry: with a giant a Saturn Cra, V- crawlerway contractor: B. B. McCormick and construction for NASA. specialty at SERVICE DRUG
ti.'tf
t[""';,. .. ..'1-/, !I I average.At Patrick where he has been -- qick COMPANY.capable You service can at expect SER-
4. stationed since August 1963 ,Sgt. '
1
COMPANY.
1 VICE DRUG Tryus.
rooks is an aircraft instrumentation .r
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erg : technician. With 16 years in ;
the Air Force he recently re-
This week's Household hint:
enlisted for an additional lour
To see exactly how paint will
years.
look when dry on a wall

Mr. Leonard Hinson of Chip- brush some on a clean white
I Donaldson-Thomas Wedding Announced Icy, was a business visitor here Blotter.ITS ., ?.
last week. u._. : >H9F.t4Y aettwaf

Mr. and Mrs. John Donaldson Linda Is a 1964 graduate, of
DeFuniak Springs announce 'the I Walton High School. Mr. Thomas .
marriage on June 8, 1964 of their graduated from Walton High In w T .
I 4 daughter Linda Donaldson to i 1962 and is presently stationed ;
Dennis Thomas son of Mr. and with the Navy In Key West. The
Mrs. Wilbur Thomas also of De- young couple are making their FITTTH T
Funlak Springs. home there at the present time.

Mr. and Mrs. John Woolen EASY TO
Mr. John Dorsey visited his visited Mrs. Frank Florence at
daughter and son-In-law. Mr.
Grayton Beach last week.
and Mrs. Bozeman and their new :
baby boy at Myrtle Beach S. C. Mr. and Mrs. .Jerry' Milllcan "j
this weekend. visited Mrs. Mozelle Galley at
Chipley last week. '
Mrs. Leigh Chapman was trans-
ferred from Waltorr county hos- Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Ho1lin -
pital to Sacred Heart Hospital worth and children visited rel- NEW FORD INTO

t last Thursday. atives on Sunday.at Cantonment and Atmore

Tommy S t e p h e ns. Franklin
Grimes and Tommy Simmons of: A. B. Covell was a business
of Mr. and visitor to Miami last week.
Cordelle were guests
Mrs. Troy Simmons and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Guy McKenzie of
Mrs. Olin Culpepper this week- Tallahassee, were the weekend
end.Paul guests Caskill.of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mc- YOUR VACATION PLANSVACATION

Teelin, 3r, flew to Myrtle Mr. and Mrs. Martin MfcGregor
Beach S. C. and saw the annual
of Atlanta visited relatives over
Sun-Fun Festival.
the weekend.
Mallory Anderson was a recent -.. fl-f: 1
visitor to Mr. and Mrs. Charlie .;
Adkins of Chipley.Rev. .
Gayle Threlkeld Miss Sy- J
lvia Jennings and John Jetta i
Campbell of the First Presbyterian -

Senior High Church Conference are attending at Gulf-a AND NEW FORD !

treat Panama City Beach this

J. V. LAWSON. OWNER week iMiss Gloria Stafford spent the I AT OUR PRICES YOU CAN _

with relatives at Mari-
weekend
WED.TIIURS.FRI.SATURDAY AFFORD BOTH !
anna.Mrs.. A. B. Covell has been a
/OppSS recent patient at Baptist Hos-I as a, s a..e i oyasasw a L
pOtUeep NSlhts pital in Pensacola. Mrs. Burl W'
pp Underwood went to Pensacola You canrtvacation carefree in a car you have

+n'Milisse Sunday and brought her home. I to care for. Trade in old car cares to us . .
Rev. and Mrs. Davis Martin

;, and children of Atmore Ala.,'I and take off in a '64 from Ford. Our sales Galaxia 500 4-Door Sedan. The South's ideal vacation car. Has a

1 ItifalcRa visited M. Y. his Martin parents and, Mr.family and Mrs.last,I have sizzled I to record highs and we're fanning smoother ride, extra insulation against heat and longer Intervals
between scheduled service
than other
!week. I any car In Its class.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Griswold the flames with record-high trade allow- _
,
and Miss Pam Griswold visited I I u"
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. MaxweU and ances. Take a hot tip: act now!

Mrs. E. R. Griswold In Montgomery -
METRO over the weekend. I I II
COLOR Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wooten
visited the E. W. Sellars family I I I II d
In Pensacola] for several days last II '
week. I I
Mr. and Mrs. George Stedmanof
DOUBLE FEATURE Sarasota visited her parents. I ;
i Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McCall for I I
several days last week, enroutefor O -V
WAYNETM I I
//JOHN their vacation in North Car IFalrlan. I
'STEWART GRANGE; olina. |I I
Mr. and Mrs. Jay McDaniel hadas
'ERNE$ KOYACS guests last week their son I 500 Sports Coup. Comes loaded for vacation sport with Falrlane Ranch Wacon:: Proves you don't have to pay big for a big-
1 qa Charles, from Ft. Hood. Tex., and !I bucket seats console vinyl interior. 3-speed manual shift . volume vacation wagon. Loadspace Is within half ""
cubic .
a foot of .
FABIAN and i it's available with the basic V-8 the famed Cobral! ?
..... Y1ICINE Mr.Inverness.. and Mrs. James MJcDaniel of same as big wagons-yet Falrlane's miles below 'em In price.

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champ proved it take all of vacation terrain in stride takes the -
SUN.-MON.-TUES. can types J toughness out of vacation trails with the plushest ride
with two big class wins in the 1964 Monte Carlo Rallyel
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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY r DeFUIfLjlK. SPRINGS. FLORIDA s >TlIV YJiSDAY, JUNE 18, 1964_ _
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DeFUNIAK HERALDCombined LEGAL NOTICENOTICE so .Al.d ball be Told.Clarence.
The small and great are there; and the Arthur Nero -L '"
Ae Administrator of thi
servant f is'free'from his Job TO (HFIJITOR Xetat ol Charles Edward .1QJI
with THE BREEZE master.-- 3:19 FLORIDA 8TATUTC.SIn Neleon. deceaard.By .. .
the Court of the County Judge, Clyde B, WelleThompson
Defrlinlak Springs: Florida i t oOoFather's Walton County Florida WellsAttorneyi
:pay In ref: Kstat In of Probat at Law
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Published Every Thursday at Charles eFunlak: Bprlnga Florida
As! a mantgrnws, older he begins to appreciate Edward Nelson. Dece..d.r.I Flret publication Juno 18. 1M4
,
DeFunfak Springs, Florida All Creditor 4t-June 18. 33. July a B
and Persona'
his own 'father a little more.RoyL. f' or Drmandi ..tH.r.ald
Completely Covers Walton County Trading .Area Ealatct ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS .
. Smith You and each of you' ate h..bsr110tltl..d Separate Haled bids for the construction (
From Alabama to the of [le {
Gulf Mexico $ and required to prevent any of a fire house. tor the Cltj enj
clalma and demand. which you, or of Freeport, Florida. will be received
Second-Class Postage Paid either of you. may have against the by Oene Barley at the Murphy oil
.lie who is. taught to live upon little owes state of Charles Edward Nelson deceased Corporation Office Freeport. Florida
II. C. STORRS, Publisher
1924-1963 late of aald County to. the until T.30; P.M. June 26. 1964 and
more to his father's wisdom than he who County Judge of Walton County, Florida then at said office be publicly opened
HOWARD STORKS Editor. Publisher at hla office In the court houae and read aloud.
has a, great ,deal, left him does to his father's of _lei County at DeFMnlaK Bprtnica, -'IJ'.bu plane and specifications for
SUBSCRIPTION Florida, within alE calendar month I may be examined and
: care.-William! Penn from th. tme of the Strut publication copies 1 mad. available to Interested
Walton and Adjoining Countles.$3.00 Pet Year of claim this notice. Two ooplea of each parties at said offlce.The Question to Sandy: Is it true that IIENII' -
or demand shall be in writing City of Freeport reserves the
and ahall state the place of residence any informalities of RY KOERBER, INC. is one of the largest
Other _.
S3.SO Per Year The father who does not teach his son his and post office addreaa of the claimantand rightr3etct awy or all bid. poultry in Florida? Signed E. B.
.hall be sworn to by the claimant City Council of processors
A Mixed-Up Mix\ duties ,as equally guilty.with the son who his agent or his attorney and ae- Freeport Florida Answer: Yes, HENRY KOEItER. I? C. pro-
companled by a filing lee ot one 2t-June 19. 25 cess -fram 40.000 to 50,000 chickens every
neglects them.-Confucius
It used to be that officials were some- day/here, in his plant on Highway 90 East.
what reluctant to proclaim their efforts at '-'--' Npt.pnly is he one of the largest but also is

outright manipulation of the economy, but ,When-rnen,, abandon the upbringing of one of. the oldest having served this area

not any more. Now they take deep, if misplaced their children to their wives a loss is suf- '. I 1933.

pride in their interventions.Thus fered :by everyone, .but perhaps! most of all Question to Sandy: I, am in the processof
by themselves.-Ashley Montagu 1WITH trying to match the colors in my kitchen
Treasury Secretary Dillon told an /J IIIfl and I can't find just the right color to'
audience the other day that the past three match my appliances. Signed: F. C. Answer
in the he should
and a half years have been remarkable not TObring upachild way : No problem bere; just visit FISHER \ P
only for the economic go travel that\ vway yourself. once in a HARDWARE CO. and'see the color chart
advance
they have
whi osh available for your selection. They will custom
witnessed but also for the kind of economic e.- fillings... mix any color you desire with a choice ar

policy that has developed in Government.What a".: ..QOoToaa J A of several hundred I colors to choose from. -

has emerged he said, is "a national ; VeryYoung Lady Mr ":
Why came IBO, untimely forth BRIDAL :SET Question to Sandy: I have often wondered -
determination to use fiscal policy as a dyna- t ;.Y just how many different models of
mic and affirmative IntOja/, world which, wanting thee ID Chevrolet there
agent in fostering economic from really are. Could you tell
growth" Fiscal policy in this Could entertain us with, no worth me? Signed A. A. Answer:.' There are over
sense of felicity? 15 models in four series including the Im-
Orshadow\ < '
,
A
can be translated as budget deficits; at least, ( -RHODES : .;,,a Sport Coupe, Bel Air, and Biscayne. All
that is what we have been having. 'That time ,should me ,so far remove ... :. < have features that are sure to please such
From that which I was ,born to love.Vet as the bucket seats on the Sport Coupe. This
Moreover these years have "demonstrated fairest blossom do not slight, ex's is trade N Travel Time at R1VARD CIIEV-
not in theory but in actual practice, how ROLET COMPANY.
That age which you may.: know so soon;
our different instruments of economic policy '
-expenditure, tax debt managament and The rosy morn resigns her light, \ Question to Sandy: 'What fE a Full l Ser-
V\nd milder dory\ to the noon: See o r selection of f' vice Bank? G., T. An werIt.s',, the one institution ".. .
monetary policies-can be tuned ,Jn I concert men's and women's that offers a complete range of ","-1>'"

toward achieving different, even disparate ,.*And then what wonder shall you,,do, watches before buy::,I I personal and business financial services. To ,)

economic goals." Whose daMoiing.beauty( .warns us so? Birthda. anniversaries you 1 f name a few . check",gKaccounts, saving .,. .
.,
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f. accounts, home ImprOVe -floan { ..
,
personal ,
Hope waits the flowery prime, ,
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Now where anyone would get the idea upon and graduation' gifts. loans, auto loans, and vUMhiftss' loans. A -
that a national consensus favors deliberate And summer: though itbe less gay ) Full ,Service 'lank like KEFRST| | NA- .

.planned, continual budget deficits is. a little Yet is not looked on as a time Rhodes Jewelers' ': TIONALrBANK;, ), can help you,, aUnany> ways.oil"'"
declination and decay.
mysterious. As far as we can judge.a great "Qf
Question to Sandy How do deter-
For with a full hand that does bring y \* Bisect : you
many Americans view that policy with sus- mine the qualifications of a good druggist?
picion and .misgivings. The President him- All that was; pwnited. "- Jby. the spring. Signed: C. R. Answer Ask yourself the

.-Edn und Waller following questions, Does he devote full-
self }
can hardly consider deficits ,unalloyed
II time to compounding prescriptions? Is he
blessings for he 'tried to ,reduce the pros- -oQo ... personally interested in you?. Are complete
pective one for the coming fiscal year. Butto 'The U. S. Public Health Service has estim- stocks of all new drugs maintained? The

extent ated that,about eight million fish were lost answer is Yes to all of these questions and
the there is determination to pur- ; 24 many others at SERVICE DRUG CO.
sue the deficit course it appears largely in 1963 due to water pollution, and this fig Hour

confined Washington, D. C. ure does not even take/i};t< ..acco.unt the very Question Sandy: I am a little girl six

With regard to the substance of the Sec- heavy fish kill in the, lower Mississippi last years old and would like 'to have my mom i ,
me a doll. Where. .she find one?
can
retary's remarks, we think they contain .twjnter, Mfhere' presumably ,a very great DEPOSITSERVICE Signed D. D. Answer I am, sure that you. .

some assumptions that are open to question. Dumber of{fjjsh: "werebill| ) d. Eight. states do and all little girls will find all the dolls you II

It may'be that the combination of.the tax not keep *ts.din,: fishtkilled by ,pollution, could ever desire at WESTERN ,,AUTO AS.
SOCIATE STORE., They. have completeline
cut, including the anticipation of it, and the Endrin, poisonous spray was blamed' by r of doll clothes and doll> .accessories.a

prevailing easy:money policy has been a the PHS for the fish kill in the :Mississippi NIGHT&EPOSITORY{ .l .yl-i is I"1'- l Y

r stimulus to business activity, though con- We Wonder if the death of sand fleas (mole Question to Sandy: Is it appropriate to

sumers don't seem to be throwing away crabs prjiperly)aon some our Gulf beaches Use our convenient envelope drop. decorate: for 1-athers'- Jay wun iiowersV

their tax savings in any wild binge. Theextend may be4\ietto\ pollution on the Gulf .,washed No.key is necessary. Deposit suppliesare I father's W. s. Answer Day a: festive Yes flowers occasion. will Oi course matte

of such Federal influence, however, down from the MissiasippiJn normal year II you want to give him the socks, jewelry ana

is impossible to gauge with any precision; the beaches' are teeming with the little crit- furnished and your receipt will items ne expects but show him how very

what is certain is that the private economy ters, but on spme beaches now they are special with flowers his oay on Is the to you, by greeting him
dinner
be mailed the table from Mc-
has been generating its own expansionistforces. just about not to be found. following: .day.BANK4Y4MAIL LEAN FLORIST.

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Not that the Government policy has been We are ordinarily i not in favor of passingany : Question ton Sandy: Where can I find a
colorful
collection of sun..and fun clothing'
without identifiable effects. The inflationof more laws than we alreadyhave:, feel- Signed D. B. Answer, that's easy just take

the money supply during the past three ing that weprokablywould be better off Ask us for free bank-by-mail envelopes. a look atthe beautiful'creations on display "

years or more is showing up in several ,without a lot of.1 those that are now on the at S. Here you can choose your sum' .
Every mail box is a teller's: window. ar. mer partners from a color drenched col '
places notably real estate, with evident books but dOjfeel"' .there is a need in a certainarea lection i of cooL carefree, cottons with fun- '

overbuilding foreclosures and declining for some kind of restrictive measures.AVevare .. e price ways. All are first\quality:?and budget i

credit quality. It could spill over into wage ,. referring,;to theTV, practice of predicting -

settlements that Administration economists <: the outcprrifi of elections after a few
Question to Sandy: There are five in
would regard as inflationary, and that. could keys, precincts.aiJhi> and analyzed. In the CAWTHON STATE BANK{ my family and 1 seem to be the last in the

touch off a wage-price spiral. November l general islections: if this same In addition some economists are wonder- practice is follewed, West Coast states still DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA/: wash in cold water. How can this be remedied ,-
1 ? Signed E. E. Answer: Well, of course
ing how long the boom can keep on building voting for Presidential and other candi- Member f b t you could try getting up earlier, but you

p no matter what the Government does dates may go to the polls w\th,the outcome Federal Deposit Insurance. Corp. ;.a.I.tiJomight.. suggest to the man of the house

or does not do. It is hard for them'' to see ,ualready, predicted..{a.nd.might.; .change. a ,number J. t .,>purchase to> visit ,.tWEST a Dew, Gas FLORIDA Hot Water GAS Heater.CO. and

for just one example, how the auto industry of votes dt \s 4uCnbout the sameas if '" o'

could expect to 'duplicate this year's feat after the first precinct-in Walton ,county Question".to.Sandy:(T he.tires on my car
next year or how business general could came in, and this before the ,polls closed in --- -- have already.kba *eacapped once, ,is it safe

rival this year's indicated spendipg on several other counties it were known how to have them recapped again? Signed. L. T.
: r Answer: Yes if you have them carefully
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plant and equipment. Maybe the boom',can many votes woujd beoieeded: for some,candidate I : inspected by HUGH: WHEAT at WHEAT it:

go on forever, but things usually donXwork to the >e $ed.tThose predating ma- ; TIRE VICE. He will give you,an honest '

out that way. chines ought to have to be shut down until WILL BANK YOl) answer SoIue.tlres based, depending on jbe, condition on the.,.Quality of the tire.are.

Mr. Dillon has an answerof sorts to this .all the polls are closed. CHOOSE SEJE ALL recappable',two or three times ,thereby as.

problem of the business, cycle. The big .. .. . ....qpo... , suring many durable miles._
obstacle in his view to using tax policy asa The vicious\ in-fighting-in the"xRepublican
YOUR BANKING NEEDS? 'Quetsion to Sandy:, Do you think color
countercyclical tool is Congress; it won'tact party continuesincluding''at"little knifingthe 1.'... television has been improved to the point

on taxes fast enough. Something should back on .the part of some as candidatesand 4t is' now a safe investment Signed L. N.Anay .

'.' be done, he suggests, consistent with Con- ;tlgh-ranking.1nembers. Of the party /TVs manufacturers have quality!
color on the market ,today. And one
gress' prerogatives. But how tax changes witty ,to deliver akno. k-utblow to Barry YES IT WILL IF THE BANK II of the most outstanding is the RCA Victor

could be speeded up without interfering with ',Geld) raWr and at, u etime,, try to convince ,( New Vista Color TV that come in a variety,
'' Just in of styles each being a tribute to the cabin.
those prerogatives is not exactly clear. grgcl 1JdY, jnaybe: Gojdwater. ,
CHOOSE IS OURS.For
YOU makers art. Available at RAINBOW ELECTRONICS
he is
that
All in all we are unpersuaded that the case he does win the nomination, ; ( INC.

Government is anywhere near finding a not the one they are talking about at all.

magic key to uninterrupted prosperity. It Our opinion his for what little it may be! Question to Sandy: How often should a
indeed inflate but that customarily Republican can beat President husband and wife dine out? L. H. Answer:
can .worth, that no loans
This of
savings or.cheeking accounts, course varies from family to family
,\fff-means aggravating the business cycle rather t}Johnson this year, but that it would depending on conditions of the individuals "

than smoothing it out. Even its manipula- be.higkly interesting,to,see.jMr.\ Goldwater of all kinds, safe deposit: boxes, helpful SAA,r. but?,a good rule to .... .....

tions are not especially well calculated.vas is conduct. a campai { .JVe>)bflie.ve; he would advice about money matters-you name week.follow Taking Is.to.' tit to least dinner once at MOM each -; '";
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shown in its failure to counteract the inflation make it a lot more interesting than did the it- we're here to serve you promptly & DAD'S RESTAURANT is one of the

: it has generated.It last candidate for President from that party best ways I know of to show her how much " >
and completely. That .what ,we mean she is appreciated.
is possible the economy would enjoy -Mr. Nixon. I
would when we we're a.tfull-fervice'i bank.
-''sounder growth if the Government --oOo say Question to Sandy: With Father's Dayllromlng

stick to its main economic business of providing Keeping) -right: in line with the national I Come in and get acquainted. up Sunday where can I purchase my
sound and an atmosphere of a pair of stylish shoes for the
money trend,.county\ governments in the State of season? Signed: R. M. Answer:
-. freedom. Certainly its vaunted mix of Florida, nearly $28 million in desire
shoes
spent more I ;; type of you may
,.f',: pending, tax and monetary policy is arpretty 1963 than figuresfcpm; State Comptroller Ray Green. full grained leathers .' . Tex-
opinion:>> for self-congrai tulation.-Wall Street -oOo-- and also summer styled shoes
,Federal. Depoalt, Insurance Corporation with. inserts for coolrOLVME t'
-perforated nylon
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Mayfield.. Blackeyed Trellis V --, Downy Flake Swift's NabiscoWAFFLES


CORN PEAS PEAS Pkg. lOc T 3 12 Can FOR oz.PREAM 9ge ( Pkg.PRETZELS 29c


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Sally Lent bread .is a specialty s.'HOTTEST
of waiiamsburg. Virginia ,
kG' 4 here it is baked as a loaf or ring:
'4:" as suggested berg Served with Jam
t or marmalade Sally Lunn is
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.W1LLIAMSBURG SALLY LUNN
Makes :2 9-inch tube cakes

*V4 cups milk
1 cup(2 sticks) Fleischmann's

art?+ Rf 3 1/2 Margarine cup sugar 'v
: o :2 teaspoons salt ON EARTH :
8 1/2 cup warm water(105M15F.)
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a. 2 packages or cakesFlehcbmann's
Yeast,active
dry or compressed .
5 eggs -
t. &/cups unsifted flour

. .. .., .., Scald milk; cool to lukewarm. .

r, ., large Cream sugar miner and Fleischmann's salt.bowl.Cream Gradually Margarine together.add In Want the finest freezer quality 1ft wi

$ ;4 Measure 'warm 'water into small I
'warm bowl.Sprinkle or inPJeischmann's
t ( Y Yeast.Stir until din !

WUIUmaburic Sally l-nnn is a true sign of Southern ho.plUlltr solved.: yeast Add, eggs lukewarm and flour milk to, dissolved the low
.This rich yeast bread U especially delirious. when U hur creamed mixture. With a wooden at a low cost?
toasted and spread with jam or nwrmnUdc.Southern spoon beat vigorously for 2 min .
utes.Cover;let rise in'warm place.
Yeast Bread IS a Sign of f HospitalityTo . free from draft, until doubled in I
hour.
bulk about 1
I those who are enjoying Virginia Although yeast-raised Sally lunn Stir down and divide dough in
Get GENERAL ELECTRIC
j hospitality for the first time bread bears a strong resemblance: half.Spoon each half into greased a
Sally Luna bread is usually serve to the French "'brioche," it was 9-inch tube pan. Cover; let rise in
with the instruction: 'Take two actually originated by a woman of 'warm place free from draft,until
and spresd them while they're hot." Bath. England for, whom I it. is doubled in bulk, about 1 hour.
So seductive is the custom that it named. She baked her rich bread Bake la moderate oven 350F.) FREEZER
rarely needs repeating. specialty in individual pan and 50-35 minutes or until don .


Girl Stoats Enjoyed 1 CARD OP. THANKS Mr. J. Wilson Bowers visited 188.88
Swimming Party the Ed Bowers family in Pensa-
Miss Ella Jean Baldwin wishesto cola several days last week. v
The Girl Scouts of Cadette thank the many people and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Puektt O '
Troop 170 had a swimming partyat friends for helping her to make and daughter of Miami, are her \ Ask about.our easy terms
Lake Geneva Friday June 5.. the trip on 7th, 12th of June to visiting his parents, Mr. and Mr*.
Badges were presented! by Mrs'l. Texas Southern University Hous- Clayton Puckett.Mr. .
Paul .T. Sutton to the following I ton, Texas as a new Homemakersof Jess Evans is in FayettvOJe
a girls: Rosemary Sanders, Marsha, America delegate.Mrs. N. C., visiting his son, Alec Hugh Holds up to
Ritzman, Janice Foster, Jackie Ida M. BaldwinFor and family. '
Corman, Sandra Sutton Evelyn -. 420 Pounds ofFrozen .... f
McDonald. Dianne Holland Re- the next two weeks Mr. '
becca Sanders Krista Gatlin, and Mrs. R. B. Markus, Route 1, a Food ;
Jtathy Lasseter, Mary Burke, DeFunlak will have as their
Donna LaFrance, Holly lOng, guests Marine Corporal Donald .. .i. ." }
Sarata Myers, Margaret Roberts, J. and Mrs. Markus and children -..... : '
Carolyn.McDonald, Wanda Brown Mary Ann, Christine and William Plus all these featuresCounterbalanced (:,.:: .R .1ylZ..\ : ,
and Cecelia White. Raymond of Kalamazoo Mich. . .,;,,1'/0.+.,;, . _
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accomplishments in first aid, Shelby N. C., is spending her .. "
social dancing, dressmaker, chef, vacation with her sister, Mrs. Temperature control +
Child care, horsewoman photography Thelma Davis on 25th Street. Sheis Spring-loaded
hinges
< good grooming and family
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.J. ,
living. A. Owens of Ponce de Leon. Fast freezing t ttiilr
Mrs. Ella Fowler of Huntsville, k
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Ray and Ala., is here visiting her sister t Aluminum liner /
Mm of Pensacola. spent the week- and family, Mr. and Mrs.! J. T. interior ..
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knock better than any other antiknock compound. Methyl spreadsmore f. '
evenly throughout all cylinders of your engine stands up under J Lightweight. . easy to handle Model RP204A .

extreme temperatures. And it's in Standard gasolines (Crown and removed for ,
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NOTICES Social Security: Prcrid. are paid to retired workers and FOR SALE: USED Refrigerators = ..
Thr. War Protection their families at retirement age. all sizes, all prices. Appli-
IN', .... CQCITT JCDO '. COURT The! yjrmente (. to older workers ance :Exchange: mi. South of W
1N.i11D .o"rst: N COUNTY, em* ww-1Mh) U Wftiten ...*% who have worked long enough DeFuniak Springs on Hiway 331.
Df R1t AaeRt. of aren't aware of all the benefits under Social Security. But there 6ll,18,25,7:2pd: : FOR ALL YOUR DRUG AND
CECu.J: YAm OLSON d8<'..a.ed. payable under Social Security, are other times when Social Se-
NOTICE and eacb TO ot CBEIUTOKII you are herbynoUtt John V. Carey District Managerof curity payments are made. PRESCRIPTION NEEDSKing's
You'"d and nqulrec1 to present any the Panama City, Social Secur- 1//
cuane 01' dea1&Dc1a :.cagainst tthy ity Office, said today. One of these is at a Worker's
...themof: YOU unl..b: Oison, deceasd, death. Monthly payments can go
Builder
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ot Walton County. Florida tot.he :Many young workers mistakenly to his young children. Paymentsalso orInvestor
late OouDty ,udge of Walton.County, believe that Social Security can go to any children over
Court-
JI'Iortd&," In at Walton hie office county.In tb Florida, payments are made only at re- 18 who are disabled if their disability ?
house within .li olllb:-, rpublcation ro of tirement. It is.true that payments began before age 18. Pay-
the dot.notto.. Each claim or demandtitle ments are made to his widow, regardless Rexall DrugsCosmetics
tIe: In writing and must -arilse..tat.o of her age, as long as 65 Acres of
trust pissO :; : : she is caring for children who
=: aimantnhU agent 2nd !
Land
sworn tofbj the cl draw Social Security checks. If _on
CIr vold'aooordtas attorney or to the tame will become Eaton Real Estate & the widow Is 62, she gets monthly Street in DeFuniak j
D.t.d this 6th oaT of June A. D. payments even if she doesn't have
1164. kayo O. Johnston Insurance Agency I a child in her care. Springs 600000. ,
Attorney for Administrator Carey said monthly paymentscan
Davenport, Johnston. Harris also go to a worker under
snd Gene Keen Realty
At y. YMSUutrator.Fourth AUTOMOBILE FIRE age 65 who becomes disabled. The
Panama 201 EM'City. Florida Street INSURANCEBONDS disabiMty' must be one that can Gifts All Occassfon Cards
4tJun.; U,18,2a-.JulY 2 be proved by medical evidence
' LEOAL NOTICE The disabled worker must have P. O. Box 552
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT. Social Security credit for five of
" Board of oounty OommlanUrarre.mm I the ten years Just before he Is Crestview Florida Phone. TW 42281SPRINGS
\ : : i We represent STROUT disabled. The monthly paymentsgo
REALTYIn to the disabled worker, his
wife and children as in the case DeFmuAX FLORIDA
: : : Real Estate since 1900 of a worker who has reached retirement -
age.Workers .
and their families can 1, ''I '
New Location
Td.. get more information about these -. - .
erffatcourse dewing equalirtnR Lake -- - -
p aReer.tsnt roll for the year 1964. Stanley payments from, the Panama City HALF i .
"he Board will conttnu.In 8ea..lon Social Security Office. The office ,\
trough 1'b. ,July 10th 1964 or as long DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Is located at 1135 Harrison Ave-
a. 18 bfSHlS'of the Board on June nue. The phone number is 763 -
U1 This, 1084. Kyle* Laird. Chairman TW 6-4441 :5331. Pamphlets OASI-35 "Your I A/ SIZES
Board of County Commlwilonere Social Securitv" and OASI-29.. I.
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Walton .County Florid "If You Become Disabled", are sTOlr WORK nX-IT WONDERS

NOTICS ItJune 11, 1a free and asks will for them.be mailed to anyonewho I to "DRAGON" wMi this AMAZING NEW

to Notice Cbapter la hereby N086S09 given Florida that pursuant Btatute,. makeyou HEME TRIMMER MASTIC TREATED FABRIC
1964
June 2S.
th. fniiowlniz will on Walton County
"Ileter with the Cleric of the Circuit Saves Me A Lot of
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Court of Walton County. Florida thettctlt1oU. Chamber of Commerce /Red. ell position' handls
name of Walton County Community Calendar .Uahtwelaht Ch
rdrt being: the Bureau.name Mid under fictitious which name the Money, Too! June 18 June 25 look .1>U' ...nlenedeuttfna.,..* ..O ndy. a

undersigned bu.lneu U ole In the owner State and of carry4tJun Florida -- EUchntve Vi>ndl.design >..firm, mlural
tne on ot business June 18-Paxton Ruritan-7:00.: Crta. Uncd control In .11 .
the principal place portion
Why not save some of twice
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8prlng. Florid. DeFuniak Masons Twla lnlrl ck
located 1n DeFunlak r7:30.: > : tooth design for even out' I
Ronald G. Pickett your hard-earned dollars June 20-Paxton Masons-7:00.: tlna>-. tllo*. Sv* hour of tlm./ .......
4-35 June Lions 7:00.DeFunialc nester look to shrubs and hcdvas..
with a policy on your 22-Freeport : as $24.95
: Lions-7:00.:
home that covers fire
June 23-Klwanls-12:15.: lovely
First National theft, liability windstorm I June Hemerocallis Society .
and other
many 7:00.:

risks. Not the slightest mm. ps3o .......
Insurance Agency obligation in giving us a RALPH D. HEWETT Ralph 1
call. D. Hewett fireman, USN, son of .: 'TA!L UT"
Mr. and Mrs. A. G., Hewett of GOFF'SReadyToWear
PRUNING SHEARS
FOR Harris Insurance DeFunlak aboard the Springs Navy anti-submarine!, Is serving tksssaitsw.

warfare support aircraft carrier I
MARINE 4 CASUALTY
AgencyTW USS Kearsarge( operating out of 0 o 1 coAtnata
Long Beach, Calif. kit
BOND AUTOMOBILE FIRE (Open Thursday PJtf.)
Kearsage normally Is the hut Power-bit. pruning shears $ oO
6-2451 of an anti-submarine "Hunter for clean cutting with less
INSURANCE Killer" composed of aid,
DeFuniak Springs, Fla. group TW 652210- N. 9th St. ffort. Handy
surface and sub-surface units designed 3.50
First, National Bank submarines.to find and destroy enemy thumb lock. ,

e Repair Large Hole, bays
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J Mover Mutts, ..... *r *
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long-distinct I Voti'U fled evadrodtof

T. Ir1 eaS Uf in ; fc ...messy s lie tkl alag...
Exclusive, read It: rent er..tN........
easy Wlf" It's aa ear te oetkal

Y makes all types of quality trucks .. : .Clint line. ...I/s.Id.rM...flies from. every...pare root.ed .
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toted to hold........ fwiltoaw.ler or oil. No more

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STEPSIDE PICKUPS Cvt aj4rs. rt..,.. 'cofnolnoNcMaVpiOt&ftt cry Me fineet valve.
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plywood cutting tows al. $2,25
The Chevrolet n i ivenient .ith f r interior body walls and con- oil ovollobl In tins 5V& to
12*. Rich. ..... .. .liar tM.Ing '
side steps tr r ---cisy loading. Comes in 6'z8and' t rtMlsta rust grime ww) tYlatcas STRONGEST
roductM. friction' and '
9-foot body lengths i as durahle wood floor with Steel skid .pitch....,... r REPAIRS ILL METALS

stripaJCs ;'omfTfU'c t '' / in because of independent V 2.75 Up iI i i

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BUT MAINTAINING QUALITY FOR OUR CUSTOMERS IS STILL

FRESH FRYER PARTS N0.1 1 WITH US. ((:QUALITY IS NO ACCIDENT, BUT THE RESULT

cT J! BUY THE PART YOU LIKE:: OF SINCERE ENDEAVOR.) .,

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,,,..zap BREASTS FRESH GROUND

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yew MTV your..family qualify LEGS. BEEF 99 V
TcbkRit' MM. from your IGA
i .Food Stor* Always trimmed ofxtra DRUMSTICKS
fat and bono to glvo you Pound
maximum valua.for your maaf
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cfJ'rr.: *v ry e.d.rouniCHOICE

HEAVY QUALITY FRESH

PORK
CHUCK ROAST LB. 29c BRISKET STEW LB. 19c Pound

7-BONE ROAST LB. 38c RIB STEAKS LB. 58c L I V E R

1 SHOULDER ROAST LB. 43c BONELESS CLUB LB. 88c R

BONELESS STEW LB. 58c GROUND BEEF LB. 38c
FLORIDA
SHORT RIBS LB. 29c GROUND CHUCKSugar LB. 58c

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10 1 Qt. Tablerite.
Save 6c IGA 'r_--.... PkasPeanut _
ne. IGA Breaded "
Butter 18 oz.: Jar 39c.I ..__ 'Ic-Cream 'T
Hawaiian ...
i Punch Save lOc _4-6 oz.cans 69c :: Shrimp 79c
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Save.21/2 c IGA Garden Gallon 49 r ''
Sweet, Peas 303 Can 17c
I Save 2c IGATomato 16 Oz. 7 911- '
Juice 46 oz. Can 27c Pkg. _

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i Save Rice Mahatma 9cModess Save 8c "1 12'b.Pki; 29c ''Waffles 5 Oz.Pkjf... lOc Open On Monday As In Past:

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Save 8c Morton's .J Cinnamon Crescent Butter Flake
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