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: July 16, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Volume ID: VID00237
Source Institution: University of Florida
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New Junior College To Be Chamber Ronald Wise of commerceThe Heads Mayor, Clerk and Marshal

newly-elected board of dir-

I Fully Accredited This Year day Chamber Wise ectors night president of of and the Commerce for elected Walton the met coming Ronald county Tues- Return; 3 New CouncilmenAll .

year. Arnold Caylor was elected

--.- first vice-president Charles Riv- -

Okaloosa and Walton counties Tivoli High NewsThe i BoardSuperintendent ard second vice-president and The city's Mayor, Clerk and

will have a "fully accredited" "Happy" with Bids"We Jimmy Prescott treasurer. Freeport City Marshal were re-elected easily in

school when the doors of the new Walton county teachers association Mrs. Pat Potter was unanimously I Tuesday's election but three new-

Okaloosa-Walton Junior College met on Wednesday afternoon named secretary of the, Councilman will be sitting around

cpen in the fall. June 10, 1964 at one were most happy about group for another year. the table at the next Council

This fact was confirmed Thursday o'clock at Tivoli High School to the bids received for school sup- The new directors, elected Monday Officials R jturn d meeting.One .

by Dr. James L. Watten- discuss and revise plans for the plies for Walton" county for the night preceding the electionof old Councilman, Bennie

barger. director, state division of next school year 1964 and 1965. next year, said County Superintendent officers are Hugh Adams John Arnold, was re elected without

Junior colleges. Presiding was the new president l- John Baldwin Board who Creel Henry Koerber, John Pen- All Freeport city officials were opposition and one C. C. Carpenter -

Dr. Wattenbarger who made a A. O. Camjpbell.\ Mr. Camp- added that the School dollars tecost and Paul Teelin. re-elected in Tuesday's election, Library Notes was not a candidate for
would thousands of
check of the college facilities, bell, expressed words of thanksto save flower John Dorsey was the retiring with Mayor Oscar T. Marse be- re-election.
last account
noted that the state uses three the organization for electing over year on president.Mrs. \big re-elected with 108 votes, The Library Board held its Voting was reasonably heavy,

categories in Judging accreditation him as the county president and bids. after- Potter says a meeting for high on the ticket. quarterly meeting, Saturday, July with 1125 votes cast for Marshal.

the faculty stable income stated. that he would try to The Board met Tuesday all members is planned for next Clerk Huron (Kitty) Crosbywas 11, and the following items were The value of voting machineswas

and adequate facilities. prove out, to the best of his noon, followed by a long] night week. re-elected with 105 votes. incorporated in the minutes. seen again, with all votes

The new Okaloosa-Walton facility ability.He session in going over all the bids There was no candidate for New material for the Social Se- counted by 8 pjn., including the
has met all three or it submitted on various Items. 25
absentee votes.
Marshal 'and no elected curity Program has been received.
said "the first thing to one was
would not have received state approval Contracts, all on low olds were MR. MARVIN RIGDON The vote For
consider is your obligation, your to that position. Any one interested. in the information : Mayor,
awarded follows: Gasoline,
he added. to county and Two members were ro-elected contained, may pick up Cecil L. Dorsey, 218; Harold
duty your
Dr. Wattenbarger noted that your 19.64c per gallon-Standard Oil. Mr. Marvin, Rlgdon, age 56, a Goodwin 665 Charles Howell
school" and that the organization to the City Council, Gene Barley one of these pamphlets which ,
there has been little "transfer" would meet on the usual Motor oil, Sic per gillIan Standard native and lifelong resident of with 102 votes and G. L. Caswell were supplied by the S. S. Dis- Howell, 210.
problems for students graduatingfrom : Oil. Fuel oil, 10.582 per gal Walton county died early Sat- For Clerk Syble Neel 666 As
date of the first Wednesday of with 73 Dolphus Crosby received Director, Mr. John Carey of I' : : ,
junior colleges in Florida. each month until further notices: lon Standard Oil.Transmission urday morning in a Pensacola 49 votes for Council. Panama City. in the past. Miss Neel led 1.0

The one or two instances were that all teachers were expectedto lubricant 12c per hospital following a long illness. The Council met after the election Just recently received is a 'ticket with the highest vote but
universities were reluctant to pound. Texaco. Mr. Rigdon was the County Com- and she was very closely followedby
be present at each meeting. canvassed the vote. Bible Commentary. This 13 volume -
accept a Florida junior college Chassis lubricant 16.25c per missioner of District One of Wei- Mayor Goodwin with 665.
There will be deadline date set was donated by the employees -
graduate were quickly cleared up a pound Gulf Oil. ton County. He was a member For Marshal: H. A. Bodiford
of the Henry Koerber
News of Walton'sSummer
by a letter, he stated. for paying dues and that each Butane gas, lOc per gallon withan of the Red Bay Presbyterian 1 Company in of the late 251; John D. Donaldson, 305;
Commenting on the new facilities person must pay his or her dues additional discount of 1 1-4 in the Poncede memory I
church and active Program Mrs. Lillian Hill. These _books Howard Nowling, 204, N. J. Rlcu-
he said. "I am much impressed in-order to be an active member per cent Friendly Gas Co. LeLon Masonic Lodge No. 157 ards. 365.
will useful to
by what has been accomplished of the county organization The :Milk, B. C. McCall, 6 1-4c per F. and A.M. He had served on prove Sunday Councilman-at Large: Vernon
Participation in the School those in
in such, a short time." progress of the organization will half pint. McCall asked permis- the Executive Committee of the I' program declined slightly summer duringthe church teachers or others engaged seeking Cosson, 406; Hewett Lindsey, 493;
added that he feels Dr. J. depend upon the cooperation of sion to share the contract with
Democratic Party of Walton county Howard Richards 130; Ward 1.
third week became of bad authentic Information on Christ-
E. McCracken college president, each individual working together. Clenney Milk Co., and the Board I
for a number of years. weather and several families on ian lore. Bennie Arnold 662. Ward 2, Clyde
and his staff have Cone a good Mr. Campbell, brought in the agreed. Funeral services were conducted vacation. There total of Moretz, 'O.; Glenn R. Rowe :U69; '
in work to rthe, highlight of the honor day program Baldwin said gasoline Is abouta from the was a In loving memory of Mrs. B 'r- Ward C.
,job preparatory .at 8OO pjn. Sunday r,450 student participation hours 3, A. Nance, 617.
for the retired teacher nice Eaton, a long time member
new'Iaciiity. *+* half cent a gallon under last Red Bay Pttsb"terian.ehu.rch, I A., B. Tappan secalved662 .
I for the week.
Mrs. Grace R. Cady. and devoted worker, the LIbrary r _
Dr. Wattenbarger expressed Honoring year, milk_ is about a half cent with the Rev. John Ash officiat A trip was taken to Fort Ru- I votes for-cemetery trustee.
Hooks Board has da Funk and
Ardail C. purchase
enrollment He thanked Mrs. half-pint, and butane -
surprise over the large cheaper on a ing.' Masonic graveside services
cker where guided tour
a was
(190 at this time) in the new jun- for' the very fine program. He gas is down about' two cents followed in the Red Bay Ceme- conducted. The next trip will be Wagnalls Unabridged Dictionary.,
teachers should And Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rear-
stated, ,than_more from, last Mosquito Control
ior college facility to date. v gallon ;year.
have attended this meeting be- tery.Serving to Panama City Beach on July don, also in Mrs. Eaton's memory
Heavy enrollment, however, as pallbearers were: 29th. This trip is designed to give Set 10 Mills For
constructionwork cause of the fact; if you teach, 'Davis have given "Leaves of Gold" a
won't hasten the site he you are going to get old, and you Joe Walls InjuredIn Casper Ammons Leslie an opportunity for students to favorite of the deceased. This South Walton Area
the permanent Bell Claude
on Lester Hatcher Rube ,
Mishap enjoy the rides and other amuse- is
depend must retire. The president stated Highway booklet an anthology of poems
will -
indicated. This factor Bell and Sherman Ward. ment facilities available along
that the program was recordedby / and essays and makes delightful -
strictly upon legislative' 'Mr. Clyde A.' Russ, and those Latest word from Joe Walls, Commissioner Rigdon s survived the beachen. No swimming will reading.For Tbe .County Commission met
action to apropriate needed funds. when by his wife, Mrs/ Annie bo allowed this but Tuesday morning at 10 and
wishing to .hear the program, painfully injured Saturday on trip a very each of the next two quar- ajn.
The state official continuedthat could contact him. his delivery van overturned near Will Rlgdon of Red Bay, one son, enjoyable day is Anticipated for ters, the Library Board appor finished up by noon a busy but

he hopes the needed funds made Mr. Gillis Chapel south of town is Marvin Odell Rlgdon Qlasgow, everyone who can make the trip. tioned $100.00 to be used In the routine meeting.
will be made available by July Expressions were by that he is making progress toward Mont., and two daughters: Mrs. The Pony League baseball team purchase of new books for the The bid of Blue Motor and
of Tivoli
of next year. T P Campbell, principal complete recovery.Mr. Charhain Rigdon, Rushing and defeated Vernon on Monday of Library. These will be selectedby Equipment Co. for a pick-up

In the meanwhile it may be High School and Mr.of .Chapel H. T. Wil-Hill Walls, owner of the Walls Miss Dianne Rlgdon- both.. of Red last week by the score of 3-2. A the Book Committee comprised truck was accepted. It was for

possible to obtain a qualified kerson principal Business Machine: Co., was bringing Bay. game with Gracevllle scheduled ; Mrs. Eleanor Thomas and $1986.40 for an International Har-
local architect to begin work on Jr. :High School for the cooperation a typewriter in for service There are two brothers: C. It. for Thursday was forfeited by Mrs. Louise Tongue and will be vester truck, and according to

the permanent college plans "on ?and_ pleasure of working when the truck overturned on the Rigdon, Sr., .of Pensacola, and Graceville when they could not chosen from recent book reviews County Attorney Paul Thompson

faith," he added. with the faculty and,teachers for rainy highway.He Duncan Rlgdon of ,Bed Bay, and pet enough boys to piny., A practice and lists of bat sellers. was the lowest bid on a vehicle

Queried on the state survey for the past year' 1963-64. Mr. T. P.Campbell suffered multiple,, injuries, three sisters: Mrs.-: Sarah Ken- game was played; with Freeport These books and many, many meeting specifications set up In

the permanent site., Dr. Watten- gave added expres-' including. crushed left shoulderand nington, Red Bay; Mrs. Alice on this date On Friday the more on the shelves of our local the advertisement for bids.

banrer said the date: for the In- sions to the failure of.the county. 'broken"arm. and broken ribs. Stephens, .Pensacola and Mrs.Ruth team traveled to Laurel Hill Library are yours to commendfor The Board was notified by the
spection trip is July 28. 29. teachers and friends'for'not Attending Barrett of Daphne Ala. where they defeated the Laurel
Mrs.::Walls was visiting ,with a Library card that costs the Mosquito Control Board that the
He indicated that he is not the,honor day program One grandchild also survives. Hill Pony Leaguerera by the score
the two'children in West Virginia nominal sum of $1.50 a year. You assessment for this purpose has
certain whether the present en- for Mrs. Cady. Mr. Campbell, when the accident: occured and Commander FuneralHone: was of 131. This game was called at may' choose light summer reading been set at 10 mills.
insofar areas of residency stated that the program 'was in charge of arrangements the end of the fifth Inning becauseof
rollment as she tells us she was providedwith i *, non fiction or scientific This will be assessed only on
(the majority to date has something new, but more participation an escort with highway the 10 run rulw. ook.. And there are plenty of property within the limits of the
could have been given especially -
been from south Okaloosa) will patrolmen in the several states Had The schedule this week calls reference volumes and innumer- control area, all lying south of
be a factor in the permanent site to one of our teacherswho she passed through on the way Florida Parks for a game with Bonifay in De- able magazine articles for use Choctawhatchee Bay In the south-
location but( that high school: had given such long and dedicated Funlak on Monday, Crestview in of the
Walton back. A Banner Season when preparing a paper for your ern part county, comprising -
to county.
graduation figures will be con DeFunlak on Tuesday and Crestview So the the Pt. Washington, Santa
of thanks were He is in the Pensacola Baptist school church or club. get
sidered. Expressions Mrs.D. 'hospital, where surgery will be I In DeFunlak again on Fri habit of patronizing you local Rosa and Miramar Beach products -
made to the organizatlon-by
The use of tudents-to-be: on I The Florida Park Service has .
performed. on his shoulder Thurs day.A Library. Both you and the Library
Mrs Mary
work drew comment from B. Watts and banner of golf team traveled to Crest-
facility just completed a year will benefit The Board In response to requests
Wattenba, who pointed to Woodard for..-'the- flowers and day.Mrs. attendance and income accordingto view last week to participate ina
Dr. the from delegation from
Walls said she was Informed It may also be noted that a
this effort as a "good sign. He sympathy durmg passing::.of by his doctors that his recovery N. E.: Miller Jr., State Park match. :The Crestview team will Summer Reading Program is Bruce voted to close a road that

added that this is the only area their mothers. would take some time, but Director. come to DeFuniak Springs on creating vital Interest among the cuts across the property of the

where he has seen such student, Expression of sympathy were that "he would be all right. A record number of 528.211 Monday of this week for a return children. Among those who already Methodist church at that place.
facilities. given to Mrs. C. Whartley in regards match which win be played at
work on a junior college persons visited Florida s State have earned gold stars for The plat of Exclusive Beach
the Junior college. to the passing of her father; the DeFunlak Country Club
In reference to Parks and Historic Memorials reading five books are Andrea subdivision in south Walton was
Dr. Watteubarge observed Due to the)JateiDess t of the news Pioneer Families during the year ending June course. Clary, Joan Young and Gloria approved, and the bond of Justiceof

that this is one area where peoplecan the organization voted to carrya Hold Reunion 30th. This was an :increase of Softball continued to be en- Mclntosh. And then are a num- the Peace Joel G. Thomas was

help out most through donations floral, piece to be placed ,on- more than 590,000 overt the previous 'loyed on Monday and Thursday ber of others who will soon approved. Thomas, who serves In

of "hard cash." his grave for Father's, Day The hosts of friends and relatives year nights. On Monday night the girls achieve a similar honor. the Paxton and Lakewood area

The Okaloosa Walton facility The president stated that we of"the"Rev. M. M. Carroll Park revenue for the 12 month played while on Thursday' the was appointing following the resignation R

will be the 19th junior college will meet in our first business and T. M. Hudson families will period was also a record. The men's league played. In the of Forrest Campbell.

area established in the state he meeting for the school year. 1964- meet at Corinth Church, eight $523,491:! collected In state parks Thursday games the men com Darlington MemorialThe The Board discussed the opera-

noted: added that the state will 65! Monday, August 24. 1964 In miles north of Ponce de Leon on during the fiscal year"Was an Increase prising the First Methodist team Convention Center tion of a bookmobile service for

be completely covered when 27 the Tivoli high school library. Sunday, July 19 in reunion. of $77,880 over the pre- defeated the Presbyterian team. the county, working with the

are obtained.Dr. The president's slogan: The Hudson and Carroll families vious period. In the second mme, the First All singers are urged to attend Florida State Library, and will ,

Wattenbarger pointed out Let's work together and meet are pioneers in thin area and Overnight camping attendancewas Baptist defeated the East Baptists. the annual session of the Dar- Investigate the way the plan Is r

that among freshmen students Ir. our goals; for working alone, our, the multitude of friends of the another area in which records Interest remained high In other lington Memorial Convention" working out In nearby counties. s

Junior colleges 70 of every 100 goals are last. two families will share the day were set. More than 623,000 per- phases of the program Including the third Sunday, July 19, in the f

do not go on to a four-year unt : Reporter- in memory of these old settlers sons camped -in Florida state cym activities reading, library, school auditorium.
verity This, fact causes emphasis Ermer C. Lewis that had much to do with the dev- parks during the year;, an Increase minor league baseball etc. R. E. Harrison, will be In EXPRESSES APPRECIATIONI .

to be placed on training elopment tof the area. of 28 percent. : charge of the convention and
he CARD OF THANKS Walton Retail of books available. want to express my appreciation -
students for occupations, There will be a fitting memor- Ft. Pickens State Park near plenty new are
added.Scholarships. ial service in their and Pensacola lead other parks In overnight Dinner will be served. to the people of DeFunlak
memory Sales Are Way Up
> for the college, We want to express our heart- the day will spent in renewing campers with a total of R. C. AlfordE. Springs for the vote I received
felt thanks and our deepest appreciation B. Pub. Com. and for the many favors shownme
business Riddle
processed through acquaintences; At the noon honr 71136. Hugh Taylor Birch State Retail sales In Walton county .
to who was during the I
amount to $1810 and everyone Park at Ft. Lauderdale past. appreciate)
office, now friends will spread their lunches topped were up more than AS percent
kind to the
and so us opportunity I have
thoughtful had
stand as follows at this time: and all will enjoy a bountiful re- all other parks in total attendance In June of this year over Walton County
during the be of service
Beta Sigma all In so many ways with you, and I offer
Chapter 712.198 visitors. Flor-
Exemplar illness and death of our loved past.All June of Ut year according to Chamber of Commerce ray sincere congratulations to Mr.
Phi $200; Anonymous, $75; E. W. the many friends and relatives ida Caverns State Park at Mar- figures from J. E. Straughn,
one. We want to epecially express Lindae)".
$10; Okaloosa County to attend. lanna recorded the most revenue Community Calendar
Crump are urged director of the Florida revenue
thanks for ell the lovely
Yours Glenn
Home Builders $450; Nicevtlle flowers and to the doctors and with 58708. corn mission.. July 16 July 23 Rowe t

Valparaiso Rotary Club. $150; Eg- staff at the Lakeside hospital.Mrs. Local Photographer Attend Sales this June amounted to

lin Officers' Wives dug $100; Marvin Rlgdon .. ..-Ala. ConventionMrs. First Methodist Church $2,160.482.81, up $823,355.99 July 16, -, DeFunlak Masons Weather ReportDate

Fort Walton Beach Rotary Club. and Family Youth from June a year ago when 7:30.
$300; Officers' Wives Club of Eg- Wm. H. Shultz. end her ales. amounted to $1,2 7.10s.B7. Paxton Ruritsn-7:30.: High LLow Ram

1m Air Force Base, $150; Mr. and daughter Alice Shultz. represented July' 18-Paxton Masons- -7:30.: J'u17" 82 88

Mrs. Phil Harris $150; DeFun- amounting to $48'7.00.We have the Wm. Shultz PhotographerStudio 'There will be a Youth spon- Morrison 'Family Reunion July 20-DeFunlak Lions-7:30.: 0 88 71 .11

lak Springs Kiwanis Club. $250; a lot of emptty shelves right 'now," at the Buene Vista Hotel. sored revival Friday Saturday, Morrison Family Reunion will July' 31-DeFuniak Eastern Star 10 n 99

Mrs. Virginia C. Bullard. $75. she said "but well fill them up." Biloxi Miss.. July 5-7th for the Sunday July' 24, 25 and 26. Time be held at Ponce deLeon Springs!-12:13. 11 87 70 .7* t

Miss Lucille Anderson'' of this Enrollment to the college for 15th annual convention ,of the each night will.'be at .7:30: pjn. July' 26)) the (4th Sunday). Friends J87ceea-'JOO.: 12 N _. ?:

piece, college librarian' reports the fall term as of Wednesday Professional Photographers of with guest speaker,* Rev c.>rrFriedreich. and relatives Invited. Lunch win July Hemerocallis Society 18 ,, .....

gifts"_to the library at this time afternoon _stood_ -at 19O students. Mississippi-Alabama., i be Mrveel at noon hour. 7:00.: ..,..1fi)1r.a)! ,.C. '_.w M1S .we',1f ,


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Indian Creel Baptist Church '
Wilbur Kelly, Pastor 'i 'r :
c+" i-% Iv ,y .4' E'sc'. n >k. 4 Al:7a'. Y ,' ,.,: *.

f Davis Lane Baptist Church ..,,;po .A,
Pastor, Orvls Miller , ,
t..v r HkvN 'w ';9 ;<.4 d F $.1. .,> i0 h .. :1 mfVi:, 'Jets .M L1N '
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Santa Rosa Baptist Mission ., :;.. vt, ::;; ( e 'jt5t wi.4.
Rev. Marvin Taylor .,.<
First Presbyterian Church ,. : r (r\> )>..I.'J; ;<\"' f.vz.fEf:!.!, ;: '. .

Circle::: Drive-Derunlak Spa, Ha :!
Oayle W. Tarelkeld, MlnlatarOUUa l i

Stseh..anaa Presbyterian. Road. Chapel .1r,3;; ,

DeFualak Spr1D .. Via.Oajrle i ,
'T < ; t H:t '1ri Kw.4e.
W. TbreUceld. Minister

Kuehee V. Presbyterian Church
Fra.port Presbyterian Church :,, y
Glendale Presbyterian Church' ..f A'r9it '
s : : s srJlj ,
Had Bay Presbyterian Church
John. M. Ash Minister -

Balat Agatha'a JCp copal Church ; ..
Bev. George Milam t 'f

nret Methodist Church'
Circle Drive West I
Rev. Sam Shirah I
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Wesley Memorial Methodist
X4ve Oak Avaaua
Winston Jay

Freeport and Portland
Methodist ChurchJ.
D. RenfroeBruea

Itethodlat Church
J, J. ,

Canter Ridge Methodist;
J. A. Anthony, Jr. .

Darlington Methodist Church
Rev. C. C. Colvin
a eft
Ponce de Leon Methodist Church vs, -
Rev. C. C. Colvin

DeTuniak Springs Tint Baptist rk :
LJveoak & DavenUa StreetW.
O. WUlham, ,Pastor. ..
East Baptist Church c, T I .. '
Richard Bloodworth, Pastor B v
Baldwin Avenue Baptist Church
W. Baldwin Avenue ; "... .
"' Rev. Wilbur F. Cotton, Pastor r I

Nortaalda Baptist Church . John is thinking about "what he W8Dt-tO; -: be."J,,No;, he doesn't want to be a jet THE CHURCH fOft'ALL'. .
Rev. Olen Speace:
.:., . pilot, nor a nuclear' physicist, nor a lawyer, nor an actor, nor a doctor, nor yet a ALL-FOk THrCHURCHTha a' ,
First ChurchL.
G. Johnson Baptist, PastorItaaputt banker, baker, or chemist. John has decided' K: Ha Wants to be a MINISTER.
ChurcH'ia the..greatest
baptist, ChurchW. < factor on earth for the building '..

L. Clark, Pastor I wondered if his father or his und&:''Y"fttt'e1!: !a'in the family is a minister? citazenehip-of character.Ifc; ia,a storehouse and. good "

Friendship Baptist Church ,i Strangely enough, no! He won't maklotioi I money*: and:knowing John, he certainly of spiritual value.Withouta

C. Lester Weekly Pastor :,' won't particularly like the' Idea: of, tttht:11lt.t: t0'"preacW' to people. Definitely democracy strong' :church nor.. civilization; neither

Gaskin South Baptist Church he won't have a big shiny car to"make-ihllJteaU.> .,I womtaretT why John had decided can aurvivow-,There-.are. four
Rev. Tucker ApllnOlendala '. to devote a lifetime' service in' the"Chut'd1 sound reaMnwhyj: every
r'-' ." person aobuld attend services
Baptist Chorea refjnlarUt and then
J. B. Birmingham, Pastor rapport
,,i. I 1 I asked John for a frank answer mud be'tek 'ID&.man3f small accumulative experiences ctrnt 0'Mr'"+c...'Hiejr.' (''JJ;avec Ibrhl((1)) For*>chil-his

Lime Stone Baptist Church ,1 F W"the-'sake-
Rev. Cony Black Pastor .
.. A' : friends, and church kindled, a ,spirit airvMw and demotion which' seems to be of his etttntminity atod nation.
( )
Rev.New Kenneth Harmony; Klckllghter' Baptist Church '. \.f,:; latent in every human heart. Of course? W! Jcantr'aH7b ''inte John. Few of us have itself Fottb.8ak4f.ohhVrcburch' -nedds'hig moral .J".' ? .I.

received the stimulus to1 devote our ntirv.liiV to. tl.. Church.: But some of John's, and'material support Plan' !
Oak Grov. Baptist Church'Kenneth to go to'church ,
Wadle, Pastor J spirit does dwell in all of us: Too ofterf-W81!' ie'tfii' vWlrtf'thttt-we possess this miraculous and read'your Bible regularly'daily.

Pastes Baptist Church *" gift fronXjGod.t Rekindle your spirit by going to,church I this'Sunday. .
Charles Kerby, Pastor

Pleasant Hide* Baptist Church I
Rev. James Kinchin: .
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Pleasant Grove Baptist Church '...Js\ i
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Freeman Smith, Pastor "' ". 1 W: .. .

Had Bay Baptist.Church :. ,.:- I
Rev. T. R. Padgett .

Bouthwlde Baptist Chunk.Rev. . Copyright 1964,Keiater Advertising Service,Inc.,; STtraattBtt,W.. _
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. SOCIAL 1 ACTIVITIES' I People' Places.' Walton Men In ,

d . _ u . I : .. Population I II I Service County Agent's Notes

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IP .. ;-; $ tJrT ''iiitel D MO rfJ&\PH" .. -y R .Fiends. Agricultural. Extension; orvloe)
Walton County Board or Commlrlonoro c eoperstttngBACK

ties s *f
TAGS FOR CATTLE the problem. Keep us posted
)ou see if
any drastic
'r ,,P+ The Agricultural Extension Service growth of your cotton. the

has been asked assume -

the responsibility for distributing POULTRY FOR
& back tags to cattlemen wishing to LUNCHES SCHOOL
L- tacktag their animal going directly The U. S. Department
at from the ranch to slaughter. culture it of AgrN

_P iS. ..4t... .m.._F._"... r.__9 ,e F 4 t k.-t, aess'''',..salt.. ....<,.. This procedure has been approved specially says packed,intends, federaly to buy in-

Population Count at N. Y. World's Fair-A 24-hour-a-day "' by the State-Federal disease era- spected, U. S. Grade A
concurredin fresh
dication officials and
___ l,: cf ? counter with illuminated figures six feet tall clicks off U.S. by the Florida Cattlemen s As- for frozen cut-up young chickens

population at the Equitable Life Pavilion. At current pace sociation. cipating distribution in to schools )parti!
the population will exceed 193 million by the.year' end. Our office now has a supply of Lunch Program. National School
Hillary A. Hewett of DeFimiak the tags and glue. Cattlemen interested -
Springs, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. in securing a supply of Purchase operations willet;

1' G. Hewett, is participating in the the tags should come 1 by our office underway in early July in order
,; U. S. Air Force Reserve Officer in the basement of the Post that the chicken will be available

Training Corps summer encampment Office. to schools when they! open
J : at Lowry AFB,( Colo. fall. Last year, next
from the purchases
/. .'-" 4il"r- Upon a request producer began
psi .. \,' Cadet Hewett, has been a the County Agent will sup- August 1.USDA's.
member of the AFROTC unit at
f / to Agricultural
ply him with enough backtags Market
,.; Brigham You nil University, tag all nonvaccinated (female) ing Service said that purchases

., Provo, Utah the last four years. cattle 6 months of age or older are to help participating schools
: He recently received his B. ..t. and all vaccinated cattle 30 meet protein requirements of the
degree. He is observing and tak- '
months of age or older going School Lunch Program
. Hodges-Harbin Engagement Announced ing an active part in various directly from the ranch to slaughter. in which some 17 million children
phases of flying and support will be taking part during'
Michelangelo's world famous A night view of the Uni operations at the Air Training 1064-65 school year.

J Mr. and Mrs. Henry[ C. Hodges Mr. Harbin is a graduate of "Pleta"/ Is one of the sphere, the official Command base during the en- COTTON PROBLEM Financing will
of DeFunlak Springs, announce Richmond Academy in Augusta.He symbol campment. He will be-eligli>lr fora UN-SOLVED with funds
most outstanding features of the provided under
the of their Fair commission 6 of the
engagement daughter also attended Marion Military as an Air Force
Jackie Mr. Michael currently exhibited at the second lieutenant Field after field of Walton National School lunch Act.
to Harbin, Institute and the University of I, upon completionof
son of Dr. and Mis. Henry William Georgia.The Vatican Pavilion. the month-long summer train- county cotton is seriously affected Procurement details will be
Harbin with something that looks like a announced soon, USDA's
of Augusta, Ga. wedding will be held in ._. _..-!__......_.'--"'- .__.._- Ing His period.wife, Michele, is the daugh- growth inhibitor or weed control ing Service said. Inquiries Market regard

Miss Hodges is a graduate of the First Baptist Church August ter of Pauline Fitzgerald of Ire. chemical. Sample plants have ing the purchase program should
Walton High School. She attended 8th at 4 p.m. A reception will d4. land. been sent to Auburn, and soil be directed to the Poultry DIvision
Judson College in Marion, Ala. follow at the home of the bride. samples have been sent to Gaines- Agricultural Marketing Ser-

and Patricia Stevens Fashion All friends and relatives are In- .. Ss); spy. We 9. James G. Melvin, aviation electrician's ville. The problem is yet unsolved. vice, U. S. Departn ent of Agri-

School in Atlanta. vited. -Photo by Shultz mate third class, USN, Teams of experts from Gainesville culture, Washington, D. C.

son of Mr. and Mrs. James S. Auburn and Eglin Field During 1963-6, the third year-

Melvin of Rt. 1, Freeport, is a have examined the cotton fields in which chickens were bought
crewmctnber' of Fighter Squadron in this county. All are affected for school lunches, the Agricul-
11 aboard the Navy attack air- alike. In all cotton fields the tural Marketing Service pur-

craft carrier USS Frankln! D. leaves are restricted. Growth has chased 50.1 million pounds of

Roosevelt operating with the been stopped or slowed. Blooms young chickens for use in the-
Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. ere ill shapen or deformed.We lunch program.

S"t He will have an opportunity to are checking every source Nearly half of the broilers were-
r visit ports in Spain, Italy, Greece we know and will continue to do bought from processing; firms in
and France. so until we find out more about five Southeastern states.

k Delbert V. Lawson seaman, Howdy, Folks! Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Carnley

rad q m't USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jonn Just have to tell you about the were visitors In Pensacola last

f.Fairgoers. V. Lawson of DeFunlak Springs, good time. we had Thursday ev- week

I < p yyYtl, hav-e b.n-i; Into;: the Flr at an-aver- returned month aboard to Norfolk the Navy, Va amphibious this- ening.Editha and Glen Chesser had Mrs. Tom Andrews spent last

!Nk :: age of 175,000 parsons: par( day, with approximately I command ship USS Taconic the Saddlettes and their families vteek vacationing with her daughter -

I 10,000,000 visitors to tlito and total of 40,000,000 expected completing a tour of duty with out to their home for a cook-out and family, Mr. and Mrs.
this the Sixth Fleet in the Mediter- The Saddle Club and the Sad- Jeff Parrish in Fort Stewart, Ga.
i4ret ranean. While in the Mediterranean dlettes want to thank everyone
P.' Taconic participated in various who had lunch out at the Air Mr and Mrs. Delbert Spence

F a Master Sgt. Alex H.. Evans, sea assault exercises designedto Fair, July 5th. We enjoyed being were visitors in Daleville Ala. on

stationed at Ft. Bragg, N. C.; I increase her combat readiness. n part of a successful day with Saturday night.
P A' spent the past week here visiting eeilt i Her crewmembers had the opportunity the Civil Air Patrol. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Culpepper

.. his father, Jesse Evans, and his to visit ports in Italy This is Myrtle saying so long returned this week from their
brother, Edgar, as well as his mother 'I and Spain. :for now. vacation.

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Lemon Glazed Canned Bartlett rears add an out-of-the-ordlnary .
touch to rolled fish fillets. The luscious smooth NOTICE
creamy texture
of the glazed is A Service of Toot Doctor of Medicine,
brown pears n perfect complement to the crispy golden Special Annexation FlvrtlonMeptembrr Your Loc.l Medical Society sad the 1 tlI
coating of the fillets. This exciting team create an entree Sth. l 64 Florida Medics Aaaodatl_
to ba envied, yet one that is and a An election to determine whetheror
A colorful vegetable stuffing, 1xfoirJvi'n: the rht fillet prepare.before not Area Number :2, a portion of QUIETi HEART AT WORK These people don'twant
they are coated with buttered land located In See. 35. Tw On,
crumbs. While the fillets are baking* Range 21 W. Described as the West I ..
canned Bartlett pear halves simmer in an intriguing lemon butter H or the Eaet V* and the East v&, You don't rg.itw but your *
I sauce.: Just before serving, drain the lemony canned pear halve of the West H of Section 33. Tw 6n, "motor" is are referring toe "taken".4 'fjl$
and serve hot with the stuffed fish rolls. Range: 21 W. con tain Inn 320 acre to the heart. Day after I i I
more or less also the North >, '
East 4 day, all day and night, 365
Lemon Glazed Canned rears of the North West and the
4 North
1 can ((1 lb.) Bartlett pear 2 tablespoons butter H of the North East !. of Section :3. a year for about 70 years on I
halves 2 or 3 thin slices lemon Tw. Sn. Rang: :21 W., containing 120 the heart does its I lob. l by the power company)|
2 tablespoons lemon juice acres more or less, alao the North During this lifetime of the heart ,
West U of the North West
U of it
Drain pear halves, reserving s,6 cup syrup. Place pear halves, Section 1. Tw 6n. Range: 21 W.. containing pumps approximately 250,000
/4 cup syrup, lemon juice, butter and lemon slices fn : 40 acres more or less all of tons of blood, resting only a -or other
Heat slowly to timmerlng.l Just before serving, drain and saucepan. the above land being: adjacent to the fraction of a second between any monopoly
serve .
hot with I fish fillets.l preeent Incorporation of the Townof beats. :

I Flab Fillets Thle Paxton.election Walton will County be held Florida.the tl1t are sounds made by ,
trozeUfl'f'd \ sec I
8 fresh thawed t when the valves '
or 2 pimientos minced ond Tuesday In September which U open ; 0.
i fish fillets (about 2 Ibs.) 2 tablespoons, melted: butter th 8th day of September 19O4. to and close as the blood passes f celled the February 12> I962> Sen...* Paul Douglas. of Illinois
Salt and determine If the resident of said area. through them. Interest in heart attention of the United States Senate and tile nrttimipofnfeJ
2 2 green onions, chopped, or 1 No. :2 would approve or reject annexIng sounds became to a lituatlOIl of prime importance to .
carrots, shredded widespread following !- power company cust.oIDIre
small ,
onion,minced of said area in the Incorporate v all over the country .
I//t 2 tablespoons chopped parsley Buttered bread crumbs llmlta of the Town of Paxton. PollIng the invention of the f+ L Senator
Wipe fish place will be stethoscope in 1819 r: Dougise out that; Eer itoeo Oaa.rsss1
with damp cloth or towel. : the residence of by the
and pepper. Combine carrots paper Sprinkle with sal* Joel O Thomas. Paxton Florida. Thepolling French physician Retie Laen- pIned the ISIS4 Internal Revenue Act. many pubUo otUittoaj
parsley pimientos have
and onion. Mix\ melted butter place will open at Too: a.m. '' .' Doctor. ,t been reaping a bOnanza at the or
well 'ne examining the oxpellM utility
and "
season to
taste. and close at 7.OO m. A number
Spread stuffing p or
over rwsi
fillets, and roll from heart listen of this utIlity regulatory Jurisdictions . .
j up small end. Secure with toothpicks. Roll By direction of the Town Council by means i \ unties to
in buttered bread crumbs and place in July e, 1964. instrument which amplifies the charge rate bated on income tax allowance wtfcsft "
shallow j far
1\\ baking .pan Attest Elizabeth McIntosh exceed uwlr' actual
JBake. in moderate oven, 375 I heart sounds. tax liability to the Tnuur1. 'I
degrees 30
(Ms)With Mason minutes or until done Clerk Town of PaxtonRalph The Illinois Senator
Glazed Canned rears. A. Adams Normal heart sounds are permit was referring to the tax laws which..
d,I Mayor. Town of Paxton, strikingly similar in all persons. commercial power companies to collect: from their I
Abnormal sounds, called murinurs customers money 10 be used for payment of taxes-1.t memytaltf
SEE FLORIDA THIS SUMMER may indicate:: a heart dis. ( which Power b, feet a not.paid fn 10 the VIIlItI Trtatury.'
I order or perhaps Just a peculiar i i businesses companIes do not pay taxes fn the sense taat otbefeolttet
I' way in which blood eddies i t do. They taxes from consumers si a part of!
t Boating Is Popular In Sunshine State through one of the heart I ever their rate bas and paw the money on to the T euury.
chambers. Rate. recrularitv. and present tax: laws permit them to keep IUbatlDtla11'OrdocMt'
of th..
tax collections: f. their
quality of sounds are checked own sue.
by the physician white the pa Power.AI Howard Morgan, then Vice chairman of the
m tient i i. at rest in body and Cammistold a House Interstate sad Foreign
mind. The tetts are then repeated -' lDet'Ce SubcommIttee on February 28. .'631 -....COIIIaD8_
after the patient has .... not charted huge amounts represendng phantom taM whie6s,
paid and
taken a measured amount of students in the opinion of may If DOC au dbharset.S
exercise and these tests are are taxadon will sever be paid. Worse still theM fuDdtt
continued to determine how reinvested In tho corporation with tile remit that toe rats-

from long it the takes the heart to return tin him plyer by must the pry uti tries"a return ClD capital involuetUUy extracted fnIaa{
rate daring activity
to its resting rate. : .Amerlca's non-proflc rural eloctrfo: systems snare &o emsttsr. ..
.i eem 'of
Some heart sounds' are described ;"t' rural electrlca oIlier: power. company customers III thb Tfc. /'
as churning, clicking orsplashing. > q StOO-mUJlon( pay the commercIal power compoaIs mere flies
,d A severely disordered: e.. < should be a year to':'wholesale poww. xYe do DOC tlslok they,
t s heart may make sounds like a permitted to keep. and use few tIw sit own bsnsdt thou
TL dove cooing or a sea-gall's portions of the money they collect: for taDa. W. ........ tssats
ratucus cry. A sound heart rou the money should be paid Into the Treasury ce nIanIod to a5 sell,
i tinely. .! makes quiet sounds. place. customers from \ll'hoaa !Jt wY coUIcreII ID die ...,

r'I Our suggestions for corrective action have base aasald,
I FOR SALE: !HEAVY DUTY with elecldAcation a slating and unfair prop'IUlda attack: 011 tile told
wagon good rubber. Also five : I'roaram. ,
polled Hereford bulls. Clyde Col are beginning Tllouailiful people Including legl.Ltate end Iottfn.V.esl
umbia, Ponce lee through this amokeacnen. They AN aeklat
de Leon, Fla. whether ie II
not about time for .
nation'. a searchlsg.aalsloWO.CIC. '
r y.y 7:16: ,21pd power companies all4 their ft" eauetnns. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Chester entertained problem.Wo think the people) outfit to know mote ShOUt ah'
the Wblton county Sad- Further information iI available float

dlettes and families with a ham -
burger cookout on Thursday night a' .rL.. -1 '
July 9th at their home. Those attending "W? i tre

were: Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Carpenter and children, Mend ;/
\ Mrs. Garlan Weeks and G r .
cory Mr. and Mrs. Bud Miller

end children, Mr. and Mrs. Del-
Jt Choctawhatchee
t I -flerles. Newt Jesse '...t. bert Spence and girls Mr. and Electric Cooperative Inc.

rierieVs. .. hundred of miles of navigable. streams have helped! make. boating In the Sunshine State Mrs. Murdock Straughn. Mr../
an .Increasingly. popular sport. Groups like this ono en the stories Swwannoe River often combine Kenneth Straughn. Mrs. Aubrey
.sh..nd. camping with boating on streams of unmatched scenic beauty. Opportunities for outdoor McDonald, Mr. Ingram McDonald, P. O. Box 512 DeFuniak
recreation are among the many reasons Oovarnor Farris Bryant and the Florid Dev.l.pmentc.nm' end' Kyle, Mrs. Hayes Barton and Springs FloridaTOLUJIE
'"'''' ire wrglnj Floridians te vacation 'In their ewe state this. summer..t daughter Larlce.

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case of Tito's Yugoslavia REVIVAL AT LIBERTY ... .2' It:' _ - : ' - - . -.. -- -

THE DeFUNlAK HERALD But, of late there has been a very de- CHURCH OF CHRIST Statement of Condition

t Combined with THE BREEZE finite change in informed thinking. The war- Everyone Is Invited to attend

De1c'UnJak Springs, Florida ravaged nations are now, for the most part,,, the revival meeting beginning STATE BANK
July 19 through the 76th. at the
Pub1J had Every Thursday atDeFLniak on their feet. They are keen competitors in
Liberty Church of ChCrist, ea<
Springs, Florida 'world markets. They are relatively pros- evening at 7:30 pjn, DeFuniak Springs Florida
Completely Cover Walton County Trading Area perous. So it is becoming clear that the Gene Henderson will be the
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico need now is for less reliance on government June 30, 196

Second-Class Postage PaidH. grants and more on encouraging private -
C. STORKS Publisher 1924-1963 enterprise to operate abroad. ResourcesCash

HOWARD STORKS Editor Publisher Yet this is easier said than done, ever 0 UR. 568,715.75United
SUBSCRIPTION: and Due from Banks $
though a long list of American companies
Walton and Adjoining Countle*__ *3.00 Per Year States Securities 1986768.52
wish to participate, and on a big bcalc. Th<
Other ____3.50: Per Year Other Securities 161,028.41 2720412.68
trouble was spotlighted in a recent speed Loans and Discounts 566,066.77Banking
r by Augustus S. Long the chief executive<
Fixtures 16,984.12
Furniture and
Warren's Words Come Back House
officer of Texaco, Inc.: . what is really
The Supreme Court's order for redistricting needed is a commitment on the )part of the< By: M. O. "DudcJ.yH'Wanen 3303463.57
houses of state legislatures on
of both foreign countries that they will respect While millions of people
a strict "one man one vote/' basis has foreign private investment, and that they take every opportunity to
created one of the most unpredictable issuesin court a tan under the beneficent Liabilities
will not subject it to arbitrary measures ir if sometimes burning,
the 1964 presidentital campaign. violation of international law." Mr. Long rays of the sun, there are
California now the most populous ol stresses the need for three policies. In summary others who must make every Capital Stock $100,000.00

American states is peculiarly a case in they amount to this: That expropriation piest effort. to exposure avoid even to the old skim-Sol. Surplus 100000.00

point. In the light of the Supreme Court of foreign-owned property is wrong These-are sufferers of rare Undivided Profits 68,561.64 $ 268561.64

dictate California is now one of the country's and against the interests of any country;;: and little understood disease Interest Collected but Not Earned 13,418.26

most legislatively lopsided states. Its that agreements must be honored; and that known Through as porphyria.some metabolic Deposits 3013495.80

House of Representatives is relatively equi- recourse on an impartial international tri malfunction; the body of a Certified and Officers' Checks 7948.09

tably apportioned with respect to the popu- bune be available to the foreign investor.In person so afflicted producesan Other Liabilities 39.78
is composed of one representative over abundance of por-
lation but its Senate
phyrins chemicals normally 3303463.57
Mr. Long
discussing expropriation,
from each of 58 counties ranging produced In minute amounts.
6,038,771. to Alpine 397. makes a highly significant point. It is wide- Not understood Is the Involvement -
t ly held that private property may be taken of porphyrins and
As reported, 10.7 percent of the
officially the body's'sensiUvlty to the
for a public service if adequate compensateis
population could control the control the pre- --- -'
paid. Mr.\ Long says: . in the case ofa sun.Easily understood, however,
sent California Senate. going concern, there is no such thing as Is the popularity' of Service
But this condition in California is not adequate compensation." Nothing, in other Drug Company's prescrip-
tion service. We make
materially different than it was in 1948 I every Statement of Condition
for the
words, can adequately compensate effort to see that It is secondto
when the present Chief Justice, Earl Warren years of 'scientiiic know-how that must be none in every respect. Try

then California governor upset a state devoted to building a business; the loss of Service Drug Company. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK

plan for Senate districting, declaring: important law materials, and the loss of This week's'household hint: tint:: DeFUNlAK SPRINGS, FLORIDAAt
"Many California counties are far more market for Sunners are wise ,to limit
a hard-won stake in a growing the Close of Business June 30, 1961
important in the life of the state than their products. lie rotates: "I challenge anyone to first themselves day The 20 minutes sun dosage the *

population bears to the entire population of show me a single case where foreign-owned can be increased by 20 min- ASSETS
the state. It is for this reason that I have property was seized and such (adequate and utes daily for each added day. Loans and Discounts 2123612.08

never been in favor of restricting repre- prompt) compensation was paid} . ." Overdrafts 719.49

sentation in the Senate to a strict populationbasis. lie also stresses that . our foreign Banking House 27,173.52

operations today require a diplomatic approach -- Furniture and Fixtures 29,899.33
"It is the same reason that the Founding always mindful that some business Ornamental Ironwork Stock Federal Reserve Bank 6,000.00

Fathers of our country gave balanced representation decision could be harmful to:: our na Shops Located At Gaskin United States Government Bonds 2,225,383.66
to the states of the union tion. Thus when wo negotiate co;itracts Otlier Bonds and Securities 021,161.77

equal representation in one house and proportional on the sands of Arabia or in Latin Americaor Cash and Due from Banks 1,064,347.51
representation based on popula- wherever wo must remember that our Other Assets *: 283.11

tion in the other. overriding consideration is the welfare of TOTAL

"Moves have been made to upset the bal- this country wo all love so much." t.. 6398580.47

i anced representation in our state even Mr. Long is no pessimist about the pos- LIABILITIES

E though it has served us well and is strictlyin sibilities of foreign economic developmentby Capital $ 50,000.00Surplus

accord with American tradition and the American enterprise lie simply pointsto Undivided 150,000.00
pattern of our national government. the facts, and the needed solutions. lie 253,104.80
Reserve for $
of $ ., I Contingencies 25,000.00
J . Our state has made almost unbelievable ; concludes, "Given a good 4 Reserve for Taxes and Dividends'F
American 14166.17
basic fnh'nesa and respect for contract,
progress under our present system All Work Ouarantood Reserve for Interest Collected Unearned
will continue to do its utmost 64557.77
of legislative representation. I believe we enterprise Deposits
should keep it. to march hand in hand with all those Campbell Welding Other Liabilities ,841,715.19

tl oOo who seek its help In the tremendous ad- 36.45
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in tho developmentof
venture of participating TOTAL
Too Many People? Florida Phone Floral 4-6891 6398580.47
Some of the problems the world is faced n better world. .
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with today come about purely : -
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because people are getting thicker and What Ever Happened -

J tighter and Whatever happened to the economy-in .
thicker and packed together -- '"
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government movement? And ," ; '
tighter ,: .
One consequence here that more and to an effective public mand for '- .l .. ;... "

1 more people are becoming disturbed about,, sharp reductions in nonessential 1 federal expenditures : .

,d is the increasingly common practice of indiscriminate ? : .- : : Dependable as sunrise Pc*

i garbage dumping. These arc legitimate-and telling-queitioim ..
tax cut,
today. Wo have had a ..
Once sightly areas scattered all over the ,
county are now defaced and defiled with with it further increase in the federal debt ".:
left-over garbage. We know it is a problemwe ceiling. Wo still arc operating on a big deficit ", 'a' .; : of Southern farmers,because they're always there with

once lived in an area where there was basis, even though business: activity lint 1 ,maximum!. muscle' at economicalcost. You too, will find that

no garbage collection-but after all, people peak or near-peal( levels personal incomes i. t Standard's,gasolines will enable your tractor to take peak ;;,

have lived on farms and other places with- are at all-time highs, mid tax colleo ' .,1 loads in stride. op performers too, in your car or truck. :.::.

out this service and did not contaminate the ,tions nturally reflect these facts. Some little Standard Diesel Fuel-its purity and high-ignition

neighborhood.: time ago there was n vocal and well-pub hard-working.

f We have licized demand-both in and out of Con- '. A'',,'< .
been told that the massive popu- J t. ,
lation explosion of the Common house fly in gress-for retrenchments in "spending" that I 1 :,''''' ''fJ -,_ '.
certain parts of them is due to nothing would balance the tax cut and heavily reduce .. : Y-i-- .:
the deficit. These!'! voices, if not pretty ,
more nor less than happy breeding grounds .. : : '"
well stilled, rarely make the main news col- ;" ;
provided for the flies by garbage dumps.

Beaches in our county have never beenas umns now.

littered as they are now with beer cans A Washington Report prepared by the r We take better
of the United States, care
Chamber of Commerce
cartons bread wrappers watermelon'rinds the situation in these words: "Un- - .......... of your equipment
or most anything else you can name sums up
I that people can use and throw away the like last year, Congress has not been flooded !-
container. with mail from voters demanding econ- I Q x 1 yR

Garbage dumping has spread to some of omy in government . Ono apparent; reason J _

the sand dunes along the beach and can for the lessening of concern by taxpayers
observed along highways particularly where about federal spending is the very skillful i _

there is a "no dumping" sign. and effective job that has been done by the

What's the solution. We certainly don't Administration in representing the 1965 1
w .
know. And the number of people keeps increasing federal budget, as austere. -
all the time. There arc of course other reasons. The ti ,#',
oOo world situation highlighted currently -
---- dreary
4 A I Change In ThinkingWe by the deepening crisis in southeast Asia, "!'"

have become pretty thoroughly con- Is certainly one-our minds" lend. to wander

1, ditioned to the idea that foreign economic far away from home. Another is this year'sgeneral
it is by
recovery and development are almost totally election characterized aa
dependent on the government's foreign deep even bitter schisms within both par-

aid'programs. Ever since the beginnings of ties-the,civil rights' issue is an example of

1 the'Marshall\ Plan we have poured out billions this. Andl probably n third is that when the iir- 1

in, an almost endless stream to the country generally-but no wholly-is en- M 4'h
it is difficultto v
Free World nations and to the so-called joying material abundance,
"neutralist' countries in the hope of lead- maintain interest in the endless stacks ii:. ,:

P?, Jng then away from communist affiliation. of figures that make-up n federal budget.

,pifrlfiMMlat We.have even nations provided the substantial theory that aid their's toy Porpoises make a_oOo wide variety of sounds, I J. A. McCALL Agent r DeFuniukISprings FlarOLtmoa

used a
as ,
known to .'
f .. 1Iatf.uUtterent. brand of com- some of which'nro "*' "- ,

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-Bob Sikcs ReportsFrom ordered that control of states like It is doubtful that any reason- MURPHY REUNION IRk Springs, Saturday, July 18th,
Washington ours be shifted to the metropolitan able plan which would give ade- : "from 10 a.m. till 3.30: pjn. I
areas of South Florida A quate recognition to all areas of' HOME, I The Murphy Reunion will be All relatives and close friends
Northwest Florida will be a healthy situation now exists in the our state will be approved by the'I held in the Lake yard in DeFun- are cordially invited.
loser if the United States Supreme state legislature which is fair to Court. Many Congressmen have .- .-----
Court' edict on legislative reapportionment all parts oft he state, but this has introduced bill so deny to LOANPAYMENTS
is followed to the parts of the state, but this has the federal courts the power to .
letter.: In effect, the Court has been overturned by court ruling. regulate legislative reapportionment -I
within the states. I am one
of them. The great problem, is In o.o .
the number of Congressmen who i 0 FOR SALEModern
are apparently deathly afraid to
TOO HIGH? .. .
vote against Civil Rights or to .
curb the Supreme Court. As a t' r
/ result, there is little likelihood of 2 Bedroom Home and 12.5
enactment of legislation to protect
rAp/t legislative apportionment. ..ul'REFINANCE Acres of Land on Pretty Pond 6

Miles from DeFuniak near Lake

Traffic Congestion Problem 2 Baths Built in Stove and
Traffic congestion at two Juniper, ,
Northwest Florida has
points Oven. ...._
WITH A reached such, serious proportionsthat
corrective action is essential
now. The build-up of personnelat
Kglin has brought bumper to $17,500.00
bumper traffic in some of the
rglin area and an alarming JumpIn
traffic fatalities. On the Pan- f
RHODESSee ama City beaches an equally con- R. B. UNDERWOOD, REALTORP.
gested traffic problem, has existed
each summer for years. 0 .BOX 509

Panama City leaders have donean Iv'TOOT present payments are crowding other financial DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA
outstanding Job in focusing needs take advantage of our low-cost refinancing
i attention on their lovely beaches to put your budget back into shape. We can lower
and visitors coming to the
ex f selection of Ales in great numbers. Here the your home loan more of your pay-
men's and women's development pattern is such that check for other important purposes. Stop in now!
watches before you buy. it will be extremely difficult to
Birthday, anniversariesand provide 1 satisfactory alternate
&duation. gifts. But done.obviously somethingmust FIRST FEDERALSavings BRING TO LIFE \

Rhodes. Jewelers Fast action on both situationsis and Loan Association
needed at state and countyt Nelson Ave., - Phone,TW 4-2321 +Y._1. YOUR COLOR DREAMS I
levels to find solutions and to
-. \h t-leet put them into effect. Conferencesnow DeFuniak Springs Florida .

with state administration Iv'r" \ Fedoral Home Loan Bank System
personnel may be productive. I
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Point Washington and enjoyed .a reunion with his Curtis:! Rutherford and Mrs Dick Lt. Col. and Mrs. Harold Bailer -
brother, 'Mr Billy Brett and family Caldwell of DeFuniak.Mr. and children Jill and Robin left \
And, The Beaches who have Just returned from and Mrs. Gene Infingtrt Wednesday, July 8th after a delightful -
\ two years in Germany. > Sunday July 5th with rel- two weeks spent here I
Mr. and Mrs Henry Wesley Mr. and"Mrs.' Edd Walline and rlives at Red Bay with her mother and other rel- I
spent several days last week in daughter Adriana of Gray ton Mrs. A. N. Smallwood and chil- atives. They will visit his parentsin -
Tampa with her sister and fam- Beach, spent Sunday, July 5th in dren Lynn and Scott of Birmingham Pennsylvania before going on YJD
Pensacola. were houseguests last weekof to Fort Bragg, N. C. his new as. -
ily.Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Toole and Col and Mrs. Carl Storrie and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack signment.! \
children Stan and Elyce of Gray-I son Mr. Mike Storrie have returned Cisby Mr.. Woody Wesley of Pensa- -
L ton Beach, spent several days including to their Blue Mountain Mrs Mamie Hatch left Thurs- cola, were shopping 'In Panama
the Fourth of July with Beach home after enjoying a day for Fitzgerald, Ga., for an City Tuesday.Mr. .
his mother, Mrs. E. Toole In De- sightseeing tour of Florida. extended Visit with her daughter, and Mrs. Allen Harris and
Funiak Springs.Mr. Mrs. Corene Skipper of Pan- Mrs. Willie Mae Braswell. daughters Kelll and Cindy and
and Mrs. Fred Brett and ama City, and her brothers, Mr. Mrs. Dick Caldwell and daughter :: Mr. and Mrs. Keneth Sullivan all
sons Bryan and Gary of Carra- and Mrs. Hugh Russ of Miami, Carolyn of Thomasville, Ga., of Birmingham spent several dayc Ci
belle, Fla., visited her father and and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Russ and who have spent the past two ]lost week at Sea grove Beach. Mr.
Mrs. Burlison briefly Sunday, sons of Enterprise Ala. spent the weeks", with relatives in DeFun- Karris la the, grandson of Mr. ILEA,,
July 5th..They were enroute home Fourth of July weekend at the iak Springs, spent': Tuesday with and Mrs. Steve Barrett. .
from Crestview where they had Skipper cotttage 'here. Visiting her father, Mr. W. R. Hobbs and Miss Reginia Chancey spent last
spent the.wekend with his mother them Sunday afternoon' was'Mrs. Aunt Mamie Hatch week at Gulf Breeze, houseguestof
- Miss Butler
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Mr. and Mrs:. Paul McAbeeand
children of Hammond. W. Drastic Reductions Throughout the Store'
Va., were the houseguests of his

LET US HELP YOU week brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.and Henry sister Wesley. last-

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Congratulations to Mr. and'Mrs: ,
.3: D. Miller of Santa Rosa Beach Ladies Dresses
who are the proud patents of a '
daughter born July 2nd at Fort
Pay Your Bills! Walton Hospital. The little lady j Girls' L.
has been named Amy 'Kristira. I R eg. 8.99Now
Mrs. Miller and little Amy spent
last week with her mother, Mrs.
Does This Look Familiar? Knute Harstvedt at "Little Eden." I
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brett and Tops
sons, Bryan and Gary of Carra-
Y Television Payments $15.80 per month belle, are spending their vacation
Y at Eastern Lake. They were 3to14 i $5
month 00
Automobile Payment $66.00 per joined for the weekend by their

month neighbors, Mrs. Quinton Hernon- .
Furniture $25.00
Payment per
con! and two sons.
Mrs. Gene Infinger I spent 5 0 <=
Total Payments $106.80 per month Thursday afternoon in Panama Complete Size Range v24YzLadies' !

.. City with her brother and sis

IT IS POSSIBLE TO CONSOLIDATE ALL OF THESE I ter-in-law. W. ,R.the Hobbs Chester left Carters.Mr. Sundayfor ..'+;;....

AND STILL HAVE THAT MUCH NEEDED Gainesville where he will be < Women's
BILLS the truest of his son-in-law and @

HOME IMPROVEMENT . AND REDUCE YOUR :Jones.daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Sleeveless

M-Sgt. and Mrs. Robert W.
PAYMENT! Puller of Huntsville, Ala., spent Girls' Blouses
the weekend at their new home,
You wish to add another room, build a garage, paint or which they have Just purchasedat s
SUPPOSE make some other home improvement costing, say, $2000.00. Choctawhatchee Bepch. .
Mrs. Ollie Sue Godwin of New }
Orleans, spent the' weekend with SHORTS f- Reg. 2.99 1.66
have other bills, amounting to, perhaps $1500.00 and her mother and children.
BUTYou monthly payments of about $100.00 . so, in orderNOW I SwimSuits s :'
1\ Reg. Regr 1.44
to pay off all your bills and make your Improvements, you Assessor Reports

I need $3500.00.Fisher's County Tax RollAn $1.00 : Sleeveless

can make you a loan to cover ''everything with 32-38
SO monthly payments of only . 6208. Increase( of $331,473 in tax- = '
able property In Walton county 68 < ,
You have benefitted In three important ways: Is reported by Tax Assessor Hubert ;
1. All of your old debts have been paid. R. Adkinson. This is a growthof '
2. Your new Home Improvements have been made. a little more than three and
3. Your total monthly payments have been cut from one-half per cent during the year O
$100.00 to $62.081! Non-exempt real property in -
r the county is assessed at $6,079.-I

CALL US OR COME IN AND LET US TELL roll.866 up. $33,424 from last year's!

you MORE ABOUT THIS PLAN "Persons property la REG. 10.99 NOW 8.00'' a. Women's ,
,. looks at $2:57:5,7So--up: : $139,664 .
/ from last year, for a total Increase and

of $173,088.Railroad and telegraph. property REG. 9.99 NOW 8.00 : Children's

lj assessed at $436,30s-upI,9:50.: :
This roll has been sent In to t
-"' Comptroller Ray E. Green fol- REG. 8.99 NOW 7.00'THONGS
lowing the meeting! of the Boardof

I week County in their Commisloners capacity as last a REG. 7.99 NOW 7.00 '"

Board of Equalizers.No ,
i official complaints regard- 10 'Y
ing assessments were made to the I REG. 6.99 NOW 6.00
Board, and no changes were made U

i When You Think of Hardware Think of Fisher's by Exempt the is assessed at REG. 5.99 NOW 5.00

$3,910,205-up: $53.365: : from last tik
year, and homestead exempt pro- ::
pertty is assessed at 9942345. '

.t _ _ _ ___________________- .-- -- - This is up $101,070 from last year.
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i < { et f' :tJ r : BIG DIFFERENCE IN OUR HOUSE," says Mr. W. R. Young of
' 184 Camelia Drive in Casa Blanca Gulf Breeze. Everybody's relaxed.
::V> h- t'' The youngsters aren't fussy anymore. Year 'round temperature inside
,t . the house is always just right. . no matter how hot or cold it may be
outside. With the hot, muggy days like we're having now, it is no
Ia problem keeping the youngsters at home . they love the wonderful
4J' .N coolness of our air conditioned home."

We'd known about total electric living for quite a while through our
friends,"Mrs.Young added."But until we experienced it for ourselves,
we had no idea how wonderful it really is! Everything in our home
stays so clean now,with hardly any work at all."

1 As shown below, Mr. Young is presently enclosing his carport. This
It new enclosure will be all-electric. "We have been so pleased with our
total electric home that we decided to make our new enclosure
{ all-electric also.Total electric living has us spoiled,"says Mr.Young.

Every day, all across Northwest Florida, more and more families like
the Youngs are learning about the joy of total electric living. If you're
planning to build buy, or modernize, think about the advantages of a
total electric Gold Medallion Home. Your local Gulf Power Company
office will help you get all the information you need to enjoy this truly
modem way to live. -

The Youngs total electric bill for the past 12 months averaged-'only.
$28.46per month. :', .-


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_ __SOCIAL I L ACTIVITIES I I Glerlach Anniversary Announce f

- - - - - - - .- Mr. and Mrs. Mike Glerlach
are .
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having their
golden wedding anniversary i S.M.iy
celebration on July 23,
1964 Saturday, with open houseat MwXw't
the Woman's Club, betweenthe t
hours of 3 and 6 p.m. 4
1" .. I All friends and relatives of the' a..

couple are cordially invited.
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,.. Ci Jones-Bottoms Engagement +
it. Announced Recently Y
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i! r Mn and Mrs. Austin Jones of ;
; ," i Rt. 2, DeFuniak Springs, announce a -
the engagement of their
> daughter Patricia to John bottoms -' .r
son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Bottoms of Mobile, Ala. W'I s.r

'$ .:t .. __' sxi&S I I The bride-elect a graduate of
""" I Walton High School and Troy ,- .r
: .I State, is .
,1F" now employed by Tyn-
: I dall Elementary School In Pan- : ar_ '

ama City. I I I
An August .
wedding is planned.

1! tk,:. ,. .N I I I Nix-Maples Plans I i w'n \< "'

i k j, Wedding, July 17 +Ja '

4 ', Mrs. Rachel Nix of Pensacola,

announces the engagement and .Jrij'
1{ approaching marriage of her (

t}. _t daughter, Dolly Evangeline to .1 J E .,... :
Felix Wayne Maples, son of Mr ALtthl -

flak and Springs.Mrs. T. C. Maples of DeFun- : 1- Donaldson-Bruce WeddingAnnounced .

k Y ec i ZtGe? |I The bride-elect is a graduate
of Pensacola High School. KeeneWilliams Ceremony August 6 Miss Carrie Fennie Donaldsonof sleeveless eyelet dress with accessorie -
|I Mr. Maples is a Walton HiHgh Palatka, formerly of DeFuniak and was attended by
School graduate and is now em- Mr. Woodrow W. Keene, of lege in Marianna. Mr. Williams Springs and Charles Wayne Miss Brenda Morgan.
ployed at Wallace Distributing Mossyhead Fla., announces the attended Pacific high school in Bruce were married In a simple Following the ceremony which
: ; :i Company in Pensacola.The engagement and approach I San Bernardino. He is currently ceremony at 7:30: pan., July 3, was attended by a few close
wedding plans are for July marriage of his daughter Julia stationed at Eglin Air Force Base. 1964 at the interest Baptist I friends and relatives a receptionwas
17, Friday in Pensacola at 7 p.m. S. Keene, to A 1-C Thomas F. The wedding is set for Thurs- Church In Palatka with the Rev. held for the bridal couple at
in the Ferry Pass Baptist Church. Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. day, August 6, in the Wesley W. F. Oddy officiating. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Marsha Jones, George Cox United i in All friends and relatives are invited Harry F. Williams, of San Bern-: Memorial Methodist Church, De- The bride is the daughter of Morgan of Piniel.
I n.1 to attend. andino. Calif. Funiak Springs. Mrs. Dolce Donaldson and George The couple left for a wedding
Church RitesThe Julia attended Walton high I All friends and relatives are Donaldson both of DeFuniak trip to Macon Ga., where the
Miss Aileen Brannon was a school and Chlpola Junior Col- invited. Springs. The bridegroom Is the bridegroom will report for military -
Rev. W. Dean Simpson officiated bride, served 'as ring bearer.I weekend visitor in Montgomery. ton: of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Bruceof duty. Mrs. Bruce plans to

in the double-ring cere- Douglass Cox, brother of the Mrs. Cora Nowling and Mr. and WANTED: HOUSE OR FARMin FOR RENT: ONE BEDROOM Macon, Ga. return to Palatka until her hus-
mony uniting in marriage Miss bridegroom was best man. Lt. Roy Mrs. L. J. Henderson of Chicago, or near DeFuniak Springs. brick cottage furnished, with tile She wore a two-piece white Land finishes his training.

Marsha Gale Jones daughter of Brinson, Dennis Eichelberger and((111., spent several days visiting Give realistic price, full description : bath and television antenna.

Mr. and Mrs. Homer L. Jones of Dennis Kinsey cousin of the relatives here. in first letter. Eugene Morgan White Castle Court, J. D. Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Alford Miss Lllli Mae Mayo of Pan-
Punta Gorda, Fla., and Lt. George bride, were ushers. I Miss Elaine Crawley of Montgomery Box 1073 Bonita Springs, Ph. 4-2567. 7:16pd: and children from Bay Minette, ama City, was visiting friends on
WIlUam Cox son of Mr. and Mrs. The bride's mother wore a blue I spent the weekend here Florida. 7l ,23ch.r Ala., and Mrs. ,Ann Ward spent Wednesday of last week.
William Homer" Cox, also of Punta sheath style dress with matching I with her mother, Mrs. Lena Mc- SPECIAL I I the weekend at Gray ton Beach Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hlckman
Gorda. Collum. COLD WAVES $650 and up Ben Alford, Mrs Ward's of visiting to
accessories and her corsage wasa FOR SALE: BEAGLE Puppies, grand- are
Standing baskets of glads, white white orchid. The groom's mo-I Mr. Clyde Sadie was a visitor pure bred little heart stealers, HAIR CUTS $1.00 daughter is spending the week his parents the W. C. Hickmans.

marguerite daisies with fern ther was dressed in a pink embroidery -I in Pensacola last week. from championship stock crossed .ELIZABETH BEAUTY SALON here, before returning to col- Mrs. C. R. Wrenn of Wood-
Mr. James Caswell of Freeport, Two operators to lege
decorated the First serve you. in..Montgomery.
greenery with matching accessories straddle and wideliner breeds. ville, Fla., and Mrs Eddie Pearl
Baptist Church, at Punta Gorda and a lavender corsage. I was a visitor in Pensacola last Reasonable, Bill Rosson, 3 mile Elizabeth Winslctt Janet and Christine Corn from Spence are visiting relatives in

for the ceremony at 10 a.m. on Following the ceremony the week. I south Ponce de Leon. 7:16,23pd.: Carolyn Schottroff Albuerque New Mexico, are Morgan City La.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Chesser had Downtown--5th & Baldwin
July 1964.Traditional. visiting with
4. couple were escorted to the home their grandparent. Miss Roberta Robinson of Pan-
as their guest this weekend her Ph. TW 6-3141 7:9ttchg: Mr.
wedding marcheswere of the bride for the reception.,1 sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. APARTMENT FOR RENT: United and Mrs. D. E. Thomason ama City and Mrs. Taft Robinson -
presented by William Gross- Miss Judy West presided over the'Willie Mac Donnell of Bellwood, Farm Agency: Phone TW 4- FOR SALE: WATER FRONT Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crawfordend spent the Fourth of July in
land, organist. Calvin Moss, vocalist bride's book. The serving table I Ala. 7831. lots, and wooded in lots. On other relatives for the sum- Orlando visiting relatives.

sang "O Perfect Love" and was covered with a white cloth Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Chesser Choctawhatchee Day, located on mer.Major Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Reid and
The Voice That Breathed O'er of lace, over yellow linen and I I and Mrs. Robert A. Ham-
; were visitors in Fort Walton on UNCLAIMED REPAIRS: WE Okaloosa-Walton county line in family of Birmingham Ala..
Eden". the ;yellow and white color scheme Escorted to the altar by her carried throughout the home. The 1 I Mrs. Bill Shultz and Mrs. Glen ines that were unclaimed. Pay Box 259, Villa Tasso, Niccville, Beach spent last weekend with Mrs. W. C. Hlckman.
brother, Lt. Anton C. Jones, the cake, three-tired a'' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Potter.
a topped by Chesser attended a meeting of repair bill $14.63. These mach Florida. Miss Mrs. Clarence Cooley of
bride wore a floor length gown miniature bride and groom, was the Florida Development Com- ines are in excellent shape. Write Montez Burgess spent last Champaign. Ill., and three daughters -
cf silk fitted bodice elbow trimmed with white FOR RENT: SMALL FURN. week in Jacksonville and
organza daisies and mission In Fort Walton Monday Service Vogue while Pamella, Lisa and Donna
on Manager, Sewing
length sleeves and scooped yellow centers, served by Miss night. Center, 404 E. Wright St., :Pen- house. 202 Circle Dr. Mrs. Fred there she took the Florida State Beth are visiting the R. W.
neckline. A train flowed Paula Baker, Ph. 6-9511. 7:2chgtfJ. : Dental Hygeine examination.!
> chapel Paster, Assisting serv- Weeks.
y } Mips Penny Moore of Troy sacola Fla. S:28-7:16chf: _
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from the large bow at- the back. ing were Mrs. Denis Eichelberger State College, is spending some I
Tiers of silk illusion were attached Miss Judy Foulk and Miss Alice tTme here with her parents Mr. FOR SALE: HI-FI' DELUXE .

to the pill box style veil Evans. I I and Mrs. Ray Moore. 35 mm projector in carrying;: case,
with two tiny bows. The bride For traveling, the bride wore a I I Mrs. Roland Griffith was a with airquipt magazines and case, MULTIPLE 4 BIG SALES
carried cascade bouquet of marguerite champagne colored suit embroidered visitor in Pensacola on Friday ot sufficient for 828 slides. Com- 1
daisies and a white or- with a floral motif and)l( Mrs. M. L. Cawthon Is visitingher plete outfit bought for $141.20,

chid.Attending beige accessories she wore a white sisters in Tyler, Tex. still like brand new for only
the bride as matronof orchid corsage. The couple chosa last week. $63.00. Call TW 6-3791 after 6 i
honor was her sister, Mrs. California for their honeymoon I p.m. AUlCTJOAf
Richard W. Winesett, attired in a as they will be living in Sacra- I FOR SALE: CU&HMAN Motor-
floor length gown of turquiose mento, where Lt. Cox is stationedat scooter, 5 h.p. Runs good Looks FOR SALE: Three .H. P. John. V. LAWSON OWNER
blue, with yellow and white em- McClellan AFB. I I good. Buddy Schaefer Ph. TW son outboard. Excellent running: '
broidery, matching accessories.She Mrs. Cox was born in DeFun-, 6-7837. Itpd condition. Ph. TW 6-3566.
carried a corsage of yellow iak Springs, attended Charolotte 7:9,16pd: TIIURS.FRI.SATURDAY. SATURDAY JULY 25th
roses and daisies. Mrs. Edward High School U. of South Florida I I FOR SALE: 1934 CHEVROLET ,
Talbot, served as bridesmaid and in Tampa, a member of Fldaea cheap. See or Ph. Freddy Baker, FOR SALE: WAFFLE IRON, Fort Walton
wore a turquiose blue gown with Fraternal Society taught in De-:'Circle Drive. '7:16tfchg: cooks two at one time In good Beach, Florida
yellow and white embroidery, sota County High( School after I condition. Only $::5.00 cash. Phone

matching accessories, her corsageof her graduation in December of CARPETS COME CLEAN 6-3791 after 6 p.m. 2-Story Profesafonal-Commercial
daisies and ivy. Miss Sherry 1963. quickly when Blue Lustre is applied FOR SALE: NEW BEDROOM llldg.
Cox, sister of the groom., was Mr. Cox born in Texarcana I with the "F R E E USE house living room dining I Large Downtown Business' Lot
and Ark. attended Charlotte High Shampooer. Fisher Hardware Co. iiHEfU NRfrAMORLIIO
Junior bridesmaid wore a tur- room, kitchen, bath and half, 3
quiose blue gown with yellow School, graduated from the Citi- FHA, small down payment, call Commerical Building' Lots
and white embroidery matching dal Charleston, S. C. He was Gold FOR SALE: TWELVE ACRES collect MU 2-2950 or MU 2-4390 21 Beautiful. Exclusive
accessories and her corsage also Star student of the Honor Society North Carolina Mountain Home; Crestview. Fla. 4lftfchg HomesUes
was daisies and ivy. Linda Clark, Economic Honor Society House; Two Story Barn; Two cARTHUR Property of Owner-Realtor BEN HILL
cousin of the bride, served as Junior Sword Drill and Sum- Story Fruit Cellar; Assorted Fruit FOR RENT: THREE BEDroom .
flower girl and was attired in a merall Guard. I| Trees; Abundant Springs Water; house. See Mr. or Mrs. Hugh
yellow floor length gown with Attending from D e F u niak Exquisite Views. Box 45, Little Adams, Ph. TW 4-4011. 6lltfchg: 10 A. M. -

accessories to match and car- Springs, were Mr. and Mrs. E. Switzerland N. C. 7:16,23.30pd: 2-STORY
ried Mrs. J. E. CASH FOR LATE MODEL MODERN Professl nal-Commercial Building at 234
a basket of white daisies with Kinsey. and
;yellow. Also Mrs. E. O. Clark of E'j cars, 1958 models up. Buying for DOUBLE FEATUREs East Main Street in downtown Fort Walton Beach. 7 office suites
Eastern and Miami markets. If individually air-conditioned. 7 1-2
Russell ton air conditioner also
Kinsey, cousin of the ley. up-
you have a used car to sell, call stairs. Private restrooms in 3 stores; 2 are equipped with 3-ton
James Hussey: TE 8-2271-8 ajn. air conditioners with cooling tower. Copper
s water lines
i i. You may 1 ba abla to saws tha life of mom** who. to 1INwa..... till 5:30: p-rn. 12dlpd &. fittings; waterproofed plastering inside and out. Steel-en-
r or suffering from amok. I instruedoas.Thu & enrtances. Concrete-block building
I1 if follow thcsa ATTENTION: LOGGERS AND with
new oxygen aphara: aa wall. a* tha I..p.. .. steel-reinforced foundation, occuplies S0.78'x68'' of lot 50.78'x
!P r oral Airway.are mad by Braath-O-Uf.Oxycaa.419 Hlfh. ACUraland -. timber owners. We pay the top 160.8'. Rear storage building is 16'x32'.
Ohio.' prices for hardwood Joes and
1I, Somaona ether than the rescuer' timber. Free estimates. JACKSON
should.) call ( physician. 'imintJI.ataly. I. \> VENEER CO. INC.. Laurel Hill 11 A. M.

t Ha. Phone 219S days or Louis LARGE
LOT fronting 82 ft. on Terry Street with
Lowery 4-3825 Floral. Ala..
a depth of 60 ft.
on Perry Blvd.
one block from cent rof
SPECIAL nights. :12tfchg.: this booming town in Northwest Florida. Going at
# 0' flr II COlOI.VlSTAUOPE your price.

i' r need service in Walton County or -PLUS 11:30 A. M.
4. Liftof 4 a*vtetfss wak ata 1957 Chev. 2-door DeFuniak Springs full or part -
hand as ab.wa. Us *npr Ime. Earn $350 hourly and up. 3 COMMERCIAL BUILDING LOTS adjoining the Gulf Federal
% to hold Airway Ufht&tfSSh o r lips. $495.00 For information writ Rawlelgh GUn&4OCDIaXCHECREEIC Building on Perry. Will sell as one unit or as 3 separate lots to

I 1.Place victim so Ucfc with Mckxtandad FA-G-402003 Memphis. Tenn. Ire! high bid. Unusual business opportunity where property values
and bead back; sever 7:7:2,9.16.23,3 continue to rise.
allow chin to aa*. Kataora e y I II II. AUDI
obstructions from ato Mouth. j 1956 Chev. 4-door FOR SALE: NICE a BEDROOM ....
7:00 P. M.
block house large kitchen and -
,eI $350.00 living room. Third house on left 21 BEAUTIFUL RESIDENTIAL
LOTS In restricted Clover-
I. ehind'Tastee Freez In DeFuniak
dale Subdivision on Veal Street, 4 miles North of the
Springs. Contact Mrs..W. C.WeUs, limits of
Fort Walton Beach.
.' .... 1955 Pontiac. -door. Jr..PhMU 23228. in Crest- now . take Excellent property. Look it over
I L .:; 8701. your pick . then bid it in on July 25tht!
: "I:2,8.18.Z3chg f
A ZIUMM ...... rapidly tot. Air.' $295.00 I
/ 1 waThaUrar. TlrtWalipaf BMW LITERATURE
.t lloldln victim's tingle e.IN ,
Man rway In .n-t pst.. as..tBf BtWaalafaa LIS Douglass. TW 4-7467. MI For Additional Information Call
flea i a. Uata. *. Jun 18-Aug 27 chg.DIANNE'S Mr. Hill at CU-33932 OK
I ?a 1 I BAKER CASWELL tll lsp l
I I invites ;you call now for appointments -
I. 3J MOTOR CO. where you'll be satisfied GUINNESS J. L. TODD AUCTION CO.
with results. Ph. TW
6-3131. N.
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1 9th Street. : JACK OF .FLORIDA INC.
1 Free ParkingAir HAWVWN3
I ..' : JOSe FERRERflTER 100 16th St. St.
Petersburg Fla.'
II I .. Wbss ....&. ...... ro. I.. Conditioned Show Room Falsest OTOOU TUCH.OCO.O
aarrol,. L ak r- AtlWsV Water Telephone' .62. V4.
.,te a =a Mal m ......... aa1 .."L. kia .. ....... : Easy Tel'lDSBhray An:2:16chg.// I&VRE1VGEOFAHABU
Easyterms !
i 1 l' .... s.y. ... .... a.1 ,...... ................ ,.... i: U. S. 90 Doe Fateon. Licensed Bonded Insured
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r ... First Methodist Church News record of one win and one loss EO1 and Mrs. Joseph W. Ferris Miss Hazel Campbell, Miss Mar- BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTRetired
I ACTIViTIES This Thursday night at 8:00: the with their son, Jeffrey: are home garet Sowell and Mrs. Emmabell
1 SOCIAL Rev. Langdon Garrison, Pastor team will play First Baptist for two weeks at their propertynext Jones left Wednesday for Mon T-Sgt. and Mrs. LutherE.
July 20-26 has been designed Come out and support your team. to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. treat N. C. to spend several days. Carrall of Eastanollee, Ga., announce -
youth week at the church. A retreat Remember the Sunday School Leslie B. Ferris. Joseph is on United Farm Agency announcesthe the birth of .a son, Tim-
will be held at Blue Moun- Services begins at 700. Everyone leave from the USN Auxiliary sale of the James L Taylor othy Luther, born June 23, 1964 I
tain Beach, Monday through Fri is Invited to .attend these in- Air Station, Chase Field, Beeville, farm on the Henley Road, to Chil- at Eglin AFB, Florida. ..
day. Those attending the retreat spirational services. There Is Texas. They expect to take a dren's Image, Inc., a non-profit .
b will leave the church Monday afternoon In congregational singing, special four-day fishing trip in the Gulf corporation, who intend to develop Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Drake, Jr. "7
at 3:00: and return Friday music and the evening message while here. it as a county home for partof and family of Jacksonville, have ...y.
morning after breakfast. Miss by the Pastor. A pleasant way to Mrs J. II Carpenter, Miss the children entrusted to their been enjoying a vacation here i.z..
Edith Drake is in charge of registration spend a Summer Sunday evening Zelda Carpenter and Mr. Joe care. They hope to get their and at the beach.
and those desiring to >t' by going to church. Carpenter of Louisville, Ky., are building program started in the Mrs. Mary Forrest and Mrs.
attend must register by Sunday, Schedule of Sunday Services: here visiting! friends and relatives. near future. Vera Fischer of Ft. Walton
July 19. 9:45: a.m.-Church School. Miss Mary Elliot, Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Caruso of Beach were business visitors hereon
A youth-sponsored revival will 11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship Elliot and son, Johnny, are vaca- New Orleans, and daughters. Lisa, Friday.
f be conducted at the church Friday 5:30 p.m.-Youth Choir Rehearsal. tioning at the Elliot Cottage in Connie and Debbie were visitors Mrs. J. R. Caldwell and dau-
July 24-26. Services will Montreat, N. C. over the Fourth of July weekend ghter, Carolyn, have returned to
begin at 7:30: p.m. Friday and 7:0: p.m.-Evening Worship. Rev. and Mrs. Davis Martin with her mother, Mre. Cecil Wise. their home in Thomasville, Ga.,
t sN Saturday and on Sunday at 11:00: and family of Atmore, Ala., The children remained here with after a visit with Mrs. Caldwell's
a m. and 7:00: p.m. Rev. Cory Miss Gloria Stafford spent the visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. their grandmother for a few grandmother, Mrs. R. N. Tarrance.
Friedrich of Union Springs, Ala., v.erkend in Marianna with her M. Y Martin last Friday and weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lathing-
will be the guest preacher. Every!: parents.Mrs Saturday.Mrs. Mr. and -Mrs David Wood of
house and family are spending .
one is invited to the revival ser R. M. Sawyer is spendingthis John -
j Dorsey and Mrs. Em- I Nashville Tenn.:. arrived Monday their vacation in the southern
I. vices. week with relatives at Col- mabel Jones spent Friday in Do- for a visit with her parents, Mr. of the state.
] 4i The men's Softball team has a umbia, S C. I than. and Mrs. Richmond Smith. part .
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:Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Kenney kins Cove, New York. The wed- 99Y4. ,.r
305 Forest Drive, Ft. Walton c:ing has been set for July 25, Beautiful Frosted 1 ...
Beach, announce the engagement 1064 at 2 p.m. at St. Mary's Cath-
And approaching marriage of their olic Church on First Street in Ft. Colors, White -
daughter, Janice Marie, to Ronald Walton.,,
Willett Beyca ,son of Mr. and All friends and relatives are Solids andMultl.Colors. .
Mrs. Willette M Beyea of Tom- I invited to attend. ,
"" : Choose from rich solid colors and
Miss Carol Jones who ij: a4- -Ml', and Mrs. E. W. Sellars and \\j .
tending FSU in Tallahassee was t sons. Mike and Joe spent the 'a J r color matched plaids and checks. !
home for the weekend weekend here with the J. E. Woo- Popular Cable or 'v
Mrs. J. A. McCall and Mrs. E. i iII tens. Joe remained over for a 4 F ; \ Softly brushed for the look and feel
Walker spent the weekend in week's visit. Popcorn Stitching. I '
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Sarasota with Mr. and Mrs. Ge- Mr. and Mrs. Clark Scott and "

r ife Stedman. Candice and Ken are vacationing .oy ed-to-Match creases . completely washable.
Mr. and Mrs. Keneth Thomas iri Lookout Moutain. l
left Monday for a vacation trip Valorle and Andrea Clary are Buttons. The Ideal fabric for ,.fland winter
to Detroit and other points in spending this week in St. Petersburg -
I Michigan with their grandmother.Mrs. wear!
Miss Pam Griswold who is attending Carlotte Wesley left Raglan Sleeves.
school in Montgomery Monday for Tampa to visit her
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NOTICES against the
IN RE:: ktiTATK: OF RODNEY 1*. Sf ea1d CoUbt*.- toolthe oSSntT'judgt
MITCHlkLL. ... *1ton.Countr.. Florida" a' his
CIRC-c1K' COURT IN AND : office In the court; house of
iN THE J'.OR1UAFIIUT ot _t.ate of a' Mid Eaton Real Estate &
WA.L'1:0N: OUN'Jk'.L: Rodney within : *. "
wua calendaemonths
JUDICIAL CIRCUITth : are berby DOt.Ilied six fromrthe FOR ALL YOUR DRUG AND
CIIAN 1I.K1IC JliO. PMrtLL1S and required to fur. any claim time. of the first publication of this
or demands .
which they nou. Two
ANK UCS. may have copies claim
F I"l&1nWfvd. against said estate to the oUlce of d demand shall be In writing and ab.1I or]! Insurance Agency PRESCRIPTION
the County Judge of Walton etnte the
.. I County, place of residence and putt
Z8aA &oCU1.LOVO LEB. Florida In the courthouse. at DeFun office address of the claimant and
Defendant ends' *. Florida, within six shall be sworn to by the claimant.
NOTICE TO APPfcAK!: mouth* from the date of the agent. attorney and accompanied by AUTOMOBILE FIRE
MELISSA McOULLOUaH LEEYou tint publication of this notice. Each a filing fee of one dollar and \ich,
jd : !
: are hereby notified that aD. claim or demand must be in writing claim or demand not *o filed shall INSURANCEBONDS
and must state the place of resi be void.
eaen Alm a ityourln Ui above I dence and post-office address of the I. B. Laird.
Court and cause and you are I claimant, and must be sworn to by As administrator of the ;

.pawed...wncI. .to> copy*..."* of upon your: Plaintiff answer. atrnejs orAtten to the law., claimant or it will, his become agent. ,void or hi accordingJune attorney Estate deceased.Of of Willie. Wlggs. Rexall DrugsCOSMETICS.
Clyde B Well STROUT
defence* on or before th*t 30th. 1914.Administrator. We represent
day of July. 10 4. and to 111. the THOMPSON A WELLS
inal Uteraof+ wlta. the Clerk of thisHre1D : : of Mitchell Attorneys for Plaintiff REALTYIn
the estate of P. O. Box 87DeFunlak
fall not or a Deere
Jt. *I .
MU-rhrU, deceased Springs. Florida!
will b* entered against pUbUcat.fon
Confeaso Flat
oni July a lw Pint publication
> July 0. 1084
411 I JulJ'2.V.le,23 4tJuly: 0.10.23,30 Real Estate since 1900
rjoNB AND ORDERED at DeFunlakWorlds
tni: 3? day of June.K. .
Leo Andrew Notice 1* hereby given that I, How New Location
l ) Clerk of Circuit Court ofWalton ard "Andy" Anderson Sheriff of Walton Lake
County Florida County ' vIrtuethe GIFTS AND CARDS
from ofSmall
By lye Adklnaon. Deputy Clerk I execution Issued NationalInsurance .
d. B. we W Claims Court of Walton county on DeFuniak Springs Fla.
June 23. 1IM4 In those cerium causes,
therein pending In which Fisher
mshsLttFi- 87lek Hardware Company was Plaintiff and -- FOR ALL OCCASIONS --
TW 6-4441
Johnnie alas
Adams Johnny Adamswas Agency
tfj a.Wa.ri. defendant, and have levied on
and will sell at public auction to the
highest and beat bidder for cash In
NOTICE or SHERIFF'S BALKDtlcels front of the court house door In FOR Phone TW 4-2231
hereby given that I. How- DeFunlak: Spring Florida" during legal
-1 "Anll,." Anderson. Sneriif of Wl- hour. of sale on July 27. 11XJ4 the :
County. Florida by virtue of ant.1GB following described property to wit:
issued from the Small One 1953 Pontlao 4 Door Sedan. MARINE 4 CASUALTY DcFUZOAK SPRINGS FLORIDA
._ Court of Walton County. on Serial No. A8XH1304S.: Tag No.
bruary 20. IV** In tnoae c.rtaInE 36W-1B36.
therein pending In which Bill of Sale at Cost of purchaser. BONDS AUTOMOBILE FIRS
Bowers. dbHI..b..7. Super Howard "Andy": Anderson'Sheriff ..
DeFunlak Springe. Florida was. Walton County
and H. H. (Hub) Darldsondefendant 4tJuly: 2. 9. 16.Ii3 I\ HALF -- ----
and have levied on INSURANCE : -
:: wilt sell at public auction to the IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF r
aest and best bidder for cash In WALTON COUNTY FIRMT JUDICIAL
at of the court house door In De- CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN' CHANCERYNO. First National Bank
ilak Springs. Florida" during legal 8418 SIZESto
jr* of sal. on July 27. lIMIt th* WILLIAM W. 051008.vs .
.- owing property, to wit Plaintiff
On Used-C'l ut 1052 or 1853) .- r
Ford dual Wheel Truck with cab DOROTHY PAY ORIOOS.
Serial No. loiss. '
Defendant. _

I' .bi Sal at Cost of purchaser. : DOROTHY Defendant FAY herein ORIOOS make "DRAGON"HEDGE with this AMAZING NEW
Howard "Andy" Anderson You are hereby notified t.bat..
Sheriff, Walton Coullt.7BIt'CIRCUlT complaint for divorce ha been filed Saves Me A Lot of PLASTIC TREATED FABRICbandJ."atcb
oIiVul7' against you In the above named court you TRlMMfll.
and cauee, and you are required to
COURT OF WALTON serve upon Plaintiff attorney a Money Too! Q'
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT copy of your answer or written defenses look *tied. all position Mndl
CHANCERY' NO. S414 on or before the 15th day of *lightweight
{ August 10 4, and to file the original I *SIVi' hardened cutting bINe /
BZCAKPANSKI. thereof with the Clerk of this court Why not save some of twice t4
Plaintiff. herein fall not or a decree pro con- exclusive' handle
design gives' firm natural
hard-earned dollars .
tease will be entered herein against your .
I LTUOND. O. SZCZEPANSKI. grip., balanced control 'In ell position ".
Defendant. you.DONE and ORDERED: at DeFunlak with a policy on your as Twig-Interlock tooth design' for even cutting t-
NOTICE TO APPEAR Springs, Florida, this the 7th day of home that covers'' fire -no slips. Ssvet hours of Pea give*
-lei I: RAYMOND O. SZCZEPANSKI. luly. 1964.(8ei fleeter look to ahrebs'nd ........
Defendant; herein: h) E. LEO ANDREWS theft liability, win d' lovely IZ' $24.95
Ton are hereby notified that a suit Clerk of Circuit i Court i
divorce ha been filed against youth Walton County. FloridaBy storm and I many other ...
above-named. court and cause : Colleen McDonald
you are required to serve upon Deputy Clerk risks. Not the slightest
itlfr attorney; a copy. of yourer W. Paul Thompson obligation in giving us acall.
or written defenses on or Of THOMPSON if: WELLS!:
ore the list day of July 1M4. and Attorneys for Plaintiff GOFF'SReadyToWear i
.* fU. the original thereof with theOUrk P. O. Box 87DeFunlak NEW! PS30
of this court. Herein fall not. Spring*. Florida4t '
.or..'a herein decree pro oonfesao you. will b* enter- July 9..18\23.3O Harris Insurance Wass "au.-OUT"

aijrlngs.Florida: Ibis the 30 day of FLORIDA STATUTESIn
J\aa. IBM. the Court of the County Judge .
B. LEO ANDREWS Walton County, Florida AgencyTW
Clark of the Circuit Court In Probate.In (Open Thursday P.M.)
of Walton County Florida re: Estate: of 00 I
By: Iva Adl Deon. Deputy Clerk Willie Wlggs. Deceased.To 6-241 Es'
Ckfde B. WellsTHOMPSONWELLS All Creditors and Persons Having
ofi Claim or Demand Against Bald TW 652210- N. 9th St. I
JWAprney* for Plaintiff Estate DeFunlak Springs Fla Power-bits pruning shears $1oo
MnEeaa.Bldg P. O. Box 87 You and each of you are hereby for clean cutting with lea
rtdFmilali Spring. Florida notified and required to present any .
j\y 2"1',23 claims and demand which you, or I effort. Handy :
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