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 23, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- De Funiak Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Walton County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Walton -- DeFuniak Springs
Coordinates: 30.721389 x -86.119444 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 106, no. 20 (May 20, 1993)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028316
Volume ID: VID00238
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: DeFuniak herald (De Funiak Springs, Fla. : 1992)

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Federal Sources _______?____________________.___ $ 111.200.0C
State Sources __________________________________ 1,178,508.00 UNIAKA1ERAID]
:Local Sources _________________________________ 172,748.00 .
Cash Balance ________.------_----____-__________ 61,689.41
Investments _________________________________ 99,668.11
TOTAL Receipts & Balances, Support & i

Maintenance ______________________________ 1.620,812Ji8GRAND <


TOTAL ________________________________ $1.620.812.58
EXPENDITURES:

General Control ______....____________________ $ 41.164.0C
Instruction _____________________________________ 1,131,019.00 -
Operation of Plant __ 65,000.00Maintenance EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA 61
-------------------------- VOLUME PUBLISHED M lOc Number 33
_______?__..______________________ 23,000.00Auxiliary _. ._ i i,
Services _____________________________ 126000.00 Bludworth Named
Fixed Charges ____.____________________________ 17,600.00Capital I f
Outlay ______________________ __________ 15,100.00Debt Council PresidentJohn Principals Teach<< rs Listed
Service ____________________....__________ 58085.50
Remittances to Other Counties _____-____________ 750.00 F. Bludworth was named I'
Investments __....______.__.____-__._._________ 111,982.67 president of the City Council ata oV<
Cash Balance __________..(Carry Over) _________ 31115.41: special meeting held Friday ,
TOTAL, Expenditures, Support & night, in which Councilmen and For 1964-65 School Term

Maintenance __..__________________________ 1,620,812.58 ether officials were sworn in. v
Jay McDaniel was named presi-

GRAND TOTAL ________-____________________ 1620812.58 dent protem, and Bludworth will -- T
The Walton County School Board will meet July 29, 1964 at serve as chairman oft *.Board County Superintendent John E. Bernice Wllkeison. One vacancy- Walton Summer
10:00: A.M. for final approval of the Budget. The public is cordially ol Trustees of MagnoJMf metery. af Baldwin announces the list of fifth and sixth. Enrichment Program
invited to attend. The returns front*the city elec- teachers and principals for all COUNTY WIDE
John E. Baldwin tion held Tuesday were canvassed *- county schools, saying the schools INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNELDwan
County Supervintendent and approved and officials mo staffed with excellent faculties Bishop, General Supervisor. Tho Summer Enrichment Program
were sworn in by Mayor Harold 3 P" + t and that he feels walton enters the fifth week with
Graves Association Murphy Reunion Held Goodwin, who was elected for has one of the very best group Bernice Caswell, Director Elem. strong interest and active parti-
Auxiliaries To Meet Sat. Approx. 55 Attended ,another one-year term. 1,1.:1- of teachers in the entire area. I and Junior High Instruction. cipation among the children of
City Clerk Syble Neel and He pointed out that there have, Lutrell Hinote, School Lunch. DeFuniak and surrounding areas
Graves Association W.M.U. will The Murphy Reunion which Marshall Pete Richards were also Airman Harry Godwin 1 Leon very few changes in teachIng I Roy Hobbs, County Coordinator being maintained.
present girls from Auxiliaries In was held Saturday, in the De- re-elected for another one-year Completes Basic Training personnel during the past Attandance and Guidance. Activities involving the base-
various churches in a presentation Funiak ADULT SCHOOLJ ball field at Walton
Springs lakeyard was a term. ;scar, and that In practically all high school
and Coronation Ceremony on very enjoyable occasion.A Only one Councilman was returned Airman Harry J. Godwin son cases exceptionally well qualified S. Henderson, Director of will not be in progress this week;
July 31, 7:30: p.m. here at the bountiful lunch served at to office. This was Bennie of Mrs. Odell II. Godwin of 701 I teachers have been obtained. Adult Institute and General Edu- because of a Little League base-
First Baptltst Church. noon. It was attended by about Arnold, who had no opposition.New W. 'Van Burcn Ave, has com- There are only four vacancies cation. ball tournament being held in
New Harmony, Lake Stanleyand fifty-five relatives: Mr. and Mrs Councilman ere Hewett pleted the first phase of his Air in the entire school system. Betty Spence, General Educa- DeFuniak Springs I beginning
First Church will have girls Myles Andrews, Mr. and Mrs., Lindsey, Clyde Moretz and C. A. Force basic military training at Here is the complete list of tion. Monday evening, July 20.
receiving awards. Lake Stanley :Melville Andrews and children,, Nance. Lackland AFB, Tex. principals, teachers and super- Softball games involving both
Will present one queen, one and Mr. and Mrs. Dwan Andrewsand There are three hold-over Airman Godwin has been sel- visors, as well as three long-Urn TIVOLIT. girls and boys earns on :Mondayand :
queen with a-scepter, and one daughter all of Panama City. members on the Council. ected for technical training as a teachers who have retired. P. Campbell, Principal. Thursday nights have been
one queen regent. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McMillan communications wiring specia- WALTON HIGH Bertha M. Barge, James A. cancelled and will be reamed on
The queen regent step Is the and four grandchildren, Mr. and list at the Air Training Com- Burvln E. Pugh Barge, Bernice M. Bethea, JohnI. Monday nigh, July 27 at the regular -
highest step In girls auxiliary Mrs. M. R. Smith and family, Rev. Fred Repress GraduateOf mand (ATC) school !at Sheppard Principal. Supervising Boller, Anna J. Caldwell, AlvaO. time.
work, and those who are willing J. C. Murphy and two sons and Fla. Law AcademyFred AFB Tex. His new unit is. part Ruth Anderson I Campbell, Gladys H. Campbell, All activities with the exceptionof
to work to attain it should be Mrs. Betty Dukes and childrenall o? the vast AC system which Baird Mildred t Raymond Annie R. Campbell, Laura O. the ones Involving the base-
honored.A of Glendale. Mr. and Mrs. Respress Deputy Sheriff trains airmen and officers in the Campbell T. C. Bishop, Nell Grayson, Lillle J. Grayson, WillieB. ball field will be going on as
reception will be held in Harvey Murphy and Billy Mur- with Walton County Sheriff's office Diverse skills required by the Cockcroft, Elaine Campbell Ernest Hall, Ardall M. Hooks, Mabe- usual.
Couch
the social room following the phy of Bridge Creek. has graduated from the nation's aero racc force. Couch Hilda Zaba lois Nichols, Dorothy C. Paul, The next trip will be made to
Coronation, where the queen's Mr. and Mrs.W. K. Presott and Florida Law Enforcement Aca- lie is a 1003 graduate of Wal- Crawford, Michael Coursey, Kathleen Clyde A. Russ, Bernice L. Russ, Panama City Beach on July 29.
work will be on display for you Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bishop of demy after completing a highly ton High School. Gaston, Janie DeShong, Margaret Dorothy W. Scott, Dorothy B. The bus will leave Walton high
to see It. Argyle, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Intensified five-day course of instruction Hester, Goolsby, Richard Watts, Dora C. Wilson, Arthur E. school.at 9 a.m. and return about
All are Invited to this occasion. I Bishop, Judy and Sandra Bishop, specializing in the areas Hobbs Cleve, W. C. Hickman, Roy Woodard, Mary L. Woodard. Vivian 3 pin This should be an enjoy-
Jones
'r Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cotton Bud- of burglary, larceny and robbery ASC ElectionsTo Jones Clyde Emmabel J. Thomas, Clatie P. Bald- able trip for everyone Interested.
dy Cotton Elizabeth LaFrance investigations.The Be Held Soon KlnsauL, William Kennedy, William win. in the many rides, games or sitesof
First Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. Pete Pope. David program featured techni- Massey, Marvin CHAPEL HILL interest along the beaches.
and Richard Pope Mr. and Mrs. cal specialists in these areas from - Murry, Elizabeth Neel, C. T. Nelson H. T. Wilkerson, Principal. There will not be any swimming
Rev. Langdon Garrison, Minister Dick Prescott and Terry and Brad the Federal Bureau of Investiga- Farmers are reminded about George Owen, Charles Paulk, Gladys P. Edwards, Doris L. on this trip. Everyone making
This is Youth Week at the. Prescott of DeFuniak Springs.A << tion. Board of Conservation, important elections which will beheld Marjorie Perkings, Ruth Rivard, Johnson, Ermer C. Lewis, Mildred this trip should either carry a
church. The have been attending in Walton county during V. C. Rutherford, Rosa Sullivan,
youth committee was appointed for Southern Bell Telephone Com- Wilkerson. lunch or go prepared to purchase
a Retreat at Blue Moun- Patrol August. The elections are to William Sullivan, Buddy Supple,
arrangements of next year's reunion pany, Florida Highway MT. ZION what they eat.
tain each since Monday. They will and with the hopes that Florida Sheriffs Bureau and Leon choose ASC farmer committeemen Inez Taylor, James Taylor, Wll Hubbard Campbell, Principal Several boys who play golf will
retturn Friday.A even more will attend at that County Sheriff's Office. who will serve for tho next liam Trotman, A d air WIess, Vilda K. Cady Charles M. go to Crestview on Monday, July
Youth Sponsored Revival time. High on the list of interesting I year as local administrators of Gwendolyn Wilson Harold Kant 20. to compete against boys from
will be conducted at the church subjects were actual demonstra- national farm-action programs. vedt, Margaret Balkom, Joy Mos- Whartley.ADULT SCHOOL Crestview in another golf match.A .
Friday night through Sunday. tions of current techniques utilized According to Fred! Spann. chair- eley, Ralph Harrison, Robert Billy Cawthon, Fairy Jackson, return match will be played in
Rev. Cory Friedrich, Pastor of Scotty MiUer Attends by safe burglars while open- man, Agricultural Stabilization Dowdy. One vacancy senior Helen Palmore. DeFuniak Springs on a later date.
the Methodist Church Union Summer Science Program ing safes. The pounding in the end Conservation County Com- high English.

Springs, Ala., will be the guest night was indeed observed by mittee, "These ASC committeemen MAUDE SAUNDERS Retired at end of 1963-64 year.
preacher. Services will begin at Scotty Miller, son of Mr. and law enforcement officers; but the have broad important pro- ELEMENTARY Mrs. Ruby Palmer, Mrs. Cath- Walton Cattlemen
7:30: p.m. Friday and Saturday Mrs. George Miller of Memphis, culprit was, in this case, a police gram responsibilities whicn makes Edwin W. Gillis, Principal. ryn Cawthon, Mrs. Grace Cady. Cooperate In "Beef
tend at 11:00: a.m. and 7:00: p.m. Tenn. and grandson of Mrs. Fen- training instructor carefully illustrating it all the more urienthat representative Thelma Adkinson, Isabelle Bi For Barbecue" Drive
on Sunday. Everyone is invited nie H. Allison of DeFuniak methods used by professional farmers be elected to shop. ,. Nina Ruth Bludworth Point Washington
Springs ,is attending the SummerScience .. the Job." lie urged all Qualified The Walton county Cattlemen's
to attend the. J IJ1-L. criminals. .,s;U I. Gertrude Campbell, Perla' Cauley, I
Children and< "p rent -* are reminded = program at tn*' Oklahoma ** Great emphasis was"'placed on I 'Vo'tersV 'I.o.be. euicTtuT: """ ". 1.tbc1t..; Cornelia-, Crawford" Bobby Jo AND_?THE BEACHES Association has announced ita lull t
of Vacation B.ble: School l. University. prevention techniques; the stu- ballots/ fc, Drake, 'Kathleen Oillls,. Maria support,of a special statewide
which will begin August 3. "Registration Scotty will be a Senior this dents enrolled were urged to seek Each year, the chairman explained Godwin Edith Henderson, Thelm Mr. and Mrs. Gene McGee and July-August "Beef for Barbecu
is now in progress. Mrs. next school term at Memphis high public assistance in developing such qualified voters Hobbs Gwendolyn Holland Edith children of Atlanta, accompaniedby : ing" campaign sponsored by the
Marvin Bishop ia,the director. school He is one of 45 boys and I stronger prevention programs farmers who are taking part or Langley, Allie Mae McDaniel, Ed- some of their friends, recently Florida Cattlemen's Associationand
girls selected from all over the are eligible to take part in one na Erie Marzonl, Mary Maxwell, spent a week at Sea grove Beach. the Florida Beef Council.
United States by the National 01" more of the farm programs Virginia Roberts, Jackie Ruther- Mr. McGee is the son of C. II. The campaign calls consumer
Portland Methodist Will Science Foundation for his high MINNIE F. RUSHINGMrs. Mhlch the committees administerelect ford, Nell Sawyer, Marjorie Scott 1:McGee Sr. attention to tine plentiful supplyof
Begin Revival July 27 honor. a community committee Sadie Smith, Doxie Storrs, Pamela Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smart have beef for summer cookouts according -
The institute is an eight weeks Minnie Floyd Rushing, age from[ among their own number. Turney, Mae Walker, .Janet Wes returned to their home in Cin- to Jim Kr mper, Presidentof
The Portland Methodist church program in which the participantsare 71, a resident of Red Bay, since The chairman vice chairman, regular ley, Margaret Wboten, Wynel cinnati after spending several the Walton! county Cattlemen's
will begin revival services, July being given instruction in: 1943, died Tuesday morning in a member of this committee Yates, Vivian Thayer, Enid Sylvester weeks with her mother, Mrs. J. Association.
27 through August 1st. Rev. Lang- two courses of advanced chemis- local hospital. She was a nativeof also serve respectively as dele- One vacancy Grade Five J. Kennedy, at the Kennedy's He said spec'al posters provided
ley Garrison, of the DeFuniak try, one in Nuclear Engineeringand Coffee county, Ala. gate, alternate delegate, and second WEST D.FUNIAK Grayton Beach home. Other by the Florida .)<*'ef Council and
Springs Methodist church will be one in Computer programing. Funeral services were conducted alternate delegate to a coun- ELEMENTARYJ. members of the family joining the Florida Cattlemen's Arsocia-
the guest speaker. at 11:00: a.m. Friday morning ty convention, where the ASC J. Cawthon them for a reunion on the week- tlon will be displayed by food-
Everyone has an invitation to Jehovah's Witnesses from the Beech Grove Church of county committee ((3: elected. Principal. end of July 12th were: Lt. Col. stores, restaurants, and other busi-
attend.Rev. Meet In MontgomeryPeter God with the Rev. Claude Sauls Programs administered by the Bcttie Faye Adkison,Rita Sally Bruner, and Mrs. Max. Kennedy and chil- nesses in Walton county and
L.
J. D. Renfroe, Pastor i officiating. Interment followed in committeemen include the Agricultural Hussey, Moseley, dren, Brian and Susan, of Tyn- across the state.
I the Euchee Valley Cemetery, with Conservation Program, Sarah Senterfltt. Mattie L. South- dall Field, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill The statewide beef promotionis
Cluster Springs Revival I. Nelson, presiding: minister I Comander Funeral Home direct acreage allotments marketing ard, Griselda Weeks, Faye Wil- Wardlaw and children, Ellen part of the Florida Beef in-

Begin July 27 of the Witnesses local congregation announced ofJehovah's [ quotas, commodity loans, the feed kerson. PAXTON Beverly and William of_Columbus_,: dustry's continuing cooperationwith
ing.Survivors include four sons: grain program, the voluntary Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. wiuis a Joint nationwide effort by
A revival will begin at Cluster today that the Alabama State Jesse Floyd, DeFuniak Springs, wheat program, the Sugar Act Edward C. Nail, Principal. Kennedy and Tyrene of DeFuniak the National Live Stock and Meat
Springs Church, two mile from Coliseum Montgomery, has been and Rube Rushing, Tuppie RushIng program, the National Wood Program Philip Anderson, Monetha Bald- Springs and Grayton Beach. Board and the U. S. Departmentof
School cut-off selected as convention site forJehovah's win, Sarah Ray Ganey, Irene Miss Julia Strickland left Fri- to increase
Liberty on highway and Ben Rushing all of and, farm storage facility Agriculture help
to Glendale. The 27th of Witnesses of the South- Ponce de Leon, and four daughters loans. Other',duties are assigned Garner, Lois M. Geohagan, Gwen- day for Gadsden, Ala., where she consumer use of plentiful beef.
it will at 7 o'clock. eastern United States this sum- dolyn Gibson, Samuel R. Harrison will be with her sister Mrs. At-
July begin Mrs. Berlie Currington and t to the committees by the Secre- ,
Speaker, Rev. Emmett Whaley of mer.Nelson Mrs. Evie McCormick, both of tary of Agriculture as the need Shirley Kirk Velma M, this, tie Mundy and help nurse Miss
said that from this Ilean Mattie Lou Mc- THANK YOU VOTERSI
many McDonald ,
Crawfordville, Fla. Everyone is Ponce de Leon Mrs. Pearlie arises. Pat Mundy who underwent surgery -
area will be among the 8,000 attending Intosh, Marjorie Midyett, Wildon
invited. Smith Ala. and Mrs. Carrie Eligible voters will cast bal- Tuesday. We hope for hera
Opp, ,
the nsembly to be held Miller, Rachel Peacock, Audrey sincerely thank the voters of
Bell Ward of Okinawa. There" are lots for community committ.eemailed speedy recovery.
Gaskin First Baptist August 13-16. five brothers: Jim Floyd Opp, to all known eligible far- Plttman. Josie Rasberry, Melba Mrs. Albert Butler and chil- the City of DeFuniak Springs for
This is one of a series of 63 June Mason Sylvia Ann Harrison dren Ned and Teressa, motoredto the very ''fine vote you gave me
Revival mall.
Begins Sunday G. E. Floyd, Panama City, andVlill ment by Ballots will be ,
conventions being held throughout Floyd, George Floyd -md mer voters on or Spout August 21. Jim Davis, Hubert Christian., Gulf Breeze last Tuesday to in last Tuesday's election, mining -
There will be a revival at Gas- North America this year. The Gus Rushing, all of Ponce de The deadline for returning: marked One vacancy-librarian. accompany her daughter, Regina me a member of your City
kin First Baptist Church beginning four-day program is designed to Leon and one sister, Mrs. D O. ballots is September 1. Com- GASKIN home, who had spent ten days Council. My experience In serving -
Sunday, July 26 through give Intensive Bible Instructionto Rushing of Ponce de Leon. Forty- plete instructions for voting in John F. Bludworth, Principal. with Donna Butler in the homeof you in this position for a
all age groups. Blondean Beck. Wlllene Kelley, her parents The Van Ness previous term. will enable me to
Friday night July 31. Night ser- two grandchildren and fifteen the ASC elections will bo included -
vices only time, 7:30: p.m. Highlight of the gathering will great-grandchildren also survive. with tho*'ballot at the Virginia Pridgen, Lewis Tow, Butlers. serve you better now, and I will
be the public discourse at 3 P.M. work for the best Interests of
Wooten.
Karina that Miss our
We glad to report
The speaker will be the pastor, time they are mailed from the are
Rev. E. A. Caraway. We extendeda Sunday. August 16. ASCS; county office. DARLINGTON t Sallie Williams Is recuperating at city at all times. Thank you all
cordial invitation to all. WILLIAM JOHN SOWELL Jacob L. Andrews, Principal; her Seacrest home after being very much. Sincerely,
There will be an all-day service Charles C. Cullifer Addle Rea Alford, I Ella Lou Andrews hospitalized in Emory University C. A. NANCE
Sunday, August 2nd. Dinneron Returns To Walton County William John Sowell. age 84, 'Vlarianna Federal Land Lula .P. Stubbs. Ernestyne Hospital Atlanta.
the ground. This will be in passed away at his home on Stel- Bank Stockholders Meet Weeks, Weba W. Williams, JohnD. Mrs. Steve Barrett of Sesgrove Walton County

honor of our senior deacon, Bro. Charles C. Cullifer. of Freeport, la Route, Florala Ala., on July Owen. Beach, and Mrs.: Roy Burlison Chamber of Commerce
W. J. Laird. returned recently: to Walton coun- 15, 1964, after several months The annual Stockholders meeting LIBERTYD. spent Thursday in Panama City
Rev. E. A. Carraway ty after being employed for some- illness. of the Federal Land Bank M. Carroll, Principal. and attended the birthday luncheon Community Calendar
time at the Clarldge Hotel At- Funeral services were held at Association of Marianna will be Wiley Cosson, Ethel Harrison, at the Dlxie-Shermar. Hotel 1 July 23 July 30

Revival Service At lantic City, N. J. Mr. Cullifer the Pleasant Grove Assembly of held Friday, August 14, it was Rebecca Maddox Agnes McDonald. ,honoring Mrs. Gene Sowell. July
I''riendship' Baptist ChurchThe came home as the result of an God Church on Friday at 2 p.m. announced by Neil P. Johnson, Mrs. Evans Holley and nephew, Hemerocallis. Society7:00.
arm injury.He Burial was in the River Falls manager. GLENDALE Gene M!liner, returned home last :
Friendship Baptist Church has been a resident of thin Cemetery, River Falls, Ala. The meeting will begin at 10:00: ir. G. Neal, Principal. week from a delightful vacationIn July 27-DeFuniak Lions-7:00.:
will begin a Revival Sunday, area since 1056, but had lived in Survivors include four sons: a.m. in the County Court Roomat Brady Brown Gracie Maddox, Washington D. C. with Mr. July Freeport 28 Kiwanis Lions-7:30.:
July 26 through July 31st.. according Walton county some 38 years ago Fred of Crestview, Jack of De- Mariana. Special speakers forth Minnie Moore. Leola Neal.FREEPORT olley and other relativesMr. -- -12.15.
; to Rev. C. Lester Wfcek- Cullifer said that while In At- Funiak Springs Jessie" W. and event will be announced ata Hartford Morgan is visiting Mr.
ley Pastor. lantic City President Johnson Grady Sowell of Florala. Three later date. Jay McDaniel, Principal. his son, Mr. Clyde Morgan and Mrs. Mel Vickery and
Services will be at 11 a.m. Sunday stayed at the Claridge during De- daughters, Mrs. Robert Shelton The territory serviced by the Elaine B. Avant, Mllbra Blount. and' family In Pasco, Wash. Mrs. children. Ann and David of Gainesville -
and at 7 pin nightly. Rev. morratic Committee meetings, as Mrs. Noble Chesser both of Stella FLEA of Marianna consists of the Ann BJorklund. Ottilia BJorklund, George Morgan and children, were visiting friends in
Glen Savell of Pensacola will be* well as a number of the Governors Rt.,, and Mrs. Velma, Lanier of fifteen West Florida counties. C. W. Copeland, Agnes Crawford, Cargo and Clay, are staying with DeFuniak Col. Springs on last week.
the Evangelist.A and that several Miss America Ocala, Fla.Whitehurst. Lyndell Davis, Zera P. Denson, Mrs. Morgan while he is away. and Mrs. George H. Live-
cordial welcome to all. contestants stayed there during Funeral Home of David E. Drake, Myrtle Jernlgan, Mr. and Mrs.' "Vossy and three I okas and son Neal of Ft. Rucker,
SACRED HARP SING Jean King, Henry Morris. Frances of Ala., were visiting their niece
the time of his employment.CARD Crestview in ,charge. daughters New Orleans spent
Nelson, C. G. Nelson, FrancesJ. the weekend at Pt. Washington, former (Joyce Week), Mr. and
Attending Forestry Camp Cluster Springs Memorial Singing Puckett Aubrey E Rentz. Etta where he was the guest speakerat Mrs. Charles Alford in West End
Walton vocational OF THANKSWe THANK YOU will be held July 26th (fourth N. Yates. Judith Ann Pitts Bobby the, Methodist church during DeFuniak Saturday afternoon.
Three county Sunday). Singing all day with Ward. S. E. Dillingham. One vacancy the Sunday school hour.
agriculture students are attending wish to express our thanksto Thank you voters of the City dinner at noon. -fourth grade. Misses Regina and Teressa Week's WeatherDate
Forestry Training Camp at O' all who were so kind to us of DeFuniak Springs, for the vote All singers and every body RED BAY Butler spent a few days the first
Leno 20-24.State Park during the week at the time of the death of our you gave me In last week's election Invited. Come bring your song Louise Merritt, Principal, Tea- of the week in Nlceville with ] High Low Rain I
July loved one, and to show our ap- naming me a member of the book. cher. their Uncle and Aunt, The Chare July 15
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Selected by their local PTA preciation for the many flowers, City Council I am going to try -Committee BAY Rays. 16 s' 4
Chapters they are: Ralph Bur- the food. etc. 87 68
to show myself worthy of this Elizabeth Morris PrIncipaLPrlscf11a Mrs. Veda Lawrence. toss returned IT
gress. Rt. 1, Ponce de Leon; Dew- May\ God bless each of you Is confidence by working hard for SEWING FOR WOMEN AND McNeil. to her Centerville, Ala., 18 83 88 72 J8
ey Wilson. Rt. 3; and Lewis Go- our prayers. the betterment of our community. children wanted. Reasonable rateson VALLEY VIEW home after a delightful vacation IB 71 .01
million. Stella Rt.. both of De- The Family( ofWilliam individual basis. Dial TW 6- 88 70 .10
Sincerely, Homer Anderson, Principal. spent> at Grayton Beach with the 20 89 08 IIS)
Funlak Springs. .John Sowell CLYDE MORETZ 2381 Carolyn Nelson, Lamar. Ward Kennedys mad Omar**. tt ; ..- -.1t -...- .00-.TO-.e.30. r
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Indian Creek Baptist Church

Wilbur Kelly Pastor THE CHURCH FOR ALL. ..

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Rev. Marvin Taylor citizenship. It is a storehouseof

is something very special about a boy and his dog. The dog so obviously spiritual church values., Without neither

First Circle Presbyterian Drtre-DeTunUk Church Spc. Jim wants nothing more than to devote his life to his small master. He takes his boyon democracy a strong nor civilizationcan

Oayle W. Threlkeld, Minister faith . and, inevitably, the boy lives up to it. survive...There are four
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Kucheeana Olllis: Presbyterian:Hoed Chapel For faith creates a challenge. If someone believes something good of you, you person should and attend services-the
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DeTunlate W. Threlkeld Springs, :Ha.Oayle Minister. find yourself eager to measure up to that standard.God church.They are: ((1)) For his
own sake. ((2)) For his chil.
Kucbee.. V. Presbyterian Church looks for the best in all of us. Regardless of what may have happened dren's.sake. ((3)) For the sakeof
....port Presbyterian Church welcome in His Church. He has faith in us. Should we his community and nation.
Glendale Presbyterian Church yesterday we are, today, ((4)) For the sake of the church
Red Bay Presbyterian Church have less than faith in Him? itself,,which needs his moral
.John M. Ash, Minister and material support. Planto

SaJnt A -tha'. XplMopal: Chureh go to church regularlyand
tev. George Milam read,your Bible daily. '"

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THURSDAY JULY.23, ,1864
VOLUME 75: -I'UMLlaflJED' KVEHY THURSDAY !DeFtTNIAK SPRINGS, JLOKIDK --;
than 400 separate job Gadsden County faoqptaO. Mrs
-- in mind the Air with more
fectly safe. To say the obvious, special care Air Force: LaunchesNew : tions. With this its training specialties, they have a chance Douglass was a native of Dale
THE DeFUNIAK{ HERALDCombined must be taken in keeping such substance ; Drive For Volunteers programs Force has in stepped mechanics up electrcnico ) for interesting foreign travel; county, Ala., and had been a resident -
30 annual of DeFuniak
they'll receive days Springs for
fields.
with THE BREEZE away from children.A I Local U. S. Air Force Recruiting In and its other current supporting recruiting drive, paid vacations; plus many other the past 35 years.
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Del<',mlak Springs, Florida' list of the causes of fatal accidents on Sergeant R. E. Williams announces the Air Force is looking for benefits." Survivors include her -ton,
Published Every Thursday at farms in a recent year (traffic and home, that the Air Force has high school graduates in the 1727 Sergeant Williams said that Charles Alcus Douglass of De
launched a new drive lor volunteers bracket. The Air Forceof anyone interested in learning Funiak Springs; on*',sister, Mrs
DeFunlak Springs, Florida accident not included) is revealing. Among and year age Air Force has to offer
in Walton county surrounding offers high school graduates what the Care Palmer of Midland Cit ,
Completely Cover. Walton County Trading Area them are machinery drownings, firearm, areas. Despite the fact today some of the greatest opportunities :them, may meet him in the De- Ala., and four grandchildren.
From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico falls, blows, animals burns, lightning, and that the fiscal year that ended on for an exciting career i Funiak Springs Post Office any Funeral services were held
Second-Class Postage PaidH. suffocation. An accident of some kind kills June 30th was a very successful that young men anywhere, anytime Wednesday at 10 a.m. Friday rooming,at lOtOO: from the
are
recruiting year, more men have ever had.: First Methodist Church with the
C. STORRS, Publisher 1924-1963 a farm resident every hour. The doleful record Mill needed. the Air MRS. DAISEY DOUGLASS, Rev. I* H. Garrison,.Jr., officiat-
HOWARD STORRS, Editor PublisherSUBSCRIPTION can be cut, and sharply, if those concerned Force Sgt. Williams realizes that said in"The order Air to Force"A young today man receives joining the finest ing. Burial followed in the Magnolia
: will pay attention to the lessons that, May abreast of these new ad- tiaining available;; the sergeant Mrs. Daisey Douglass, passed Cemetery. Clary Funeral
Walton and Adjoining Counties____$3.00 Per Year Farm Safety Week is designed to teach vances, trained men will be the went on to say: And besides away Wednesday, July 8 in a'', was in charge of arrangements
Other ------ _____:.$3.30: per Year and remember that "accidents don't just 1.ey for future successful opera- training in over 40 career fields,
happen, they are caused.' u:.: -
Bible Verse --o0o

He that passeth by, and meddleth with! Taxation and Tomorrow's Forests
strife belonging not to him, is like the one< All of us talk about taxes; all of us have
that taketh a dog by the ears.-Prov. 2G: 7 ideas on just what tax policy might be. Very Special
We can't take any credit for picking the> down-to-cases insight into the theory and
Bible 'verse this week. It was quoted by practices of taxation.one .
Thruston :Morton\ at the Republican conven- man's meat may be another man'
tion. Looking for it in the 26th< chapter of one man's meat may be another man s 1t
Proverbs, we found so many other good poison. That is, a tax law which may be fair; F
thoughts we decided] to print a few of then and even stimulating to certain enterprise
-all from this same chapter: As snow in may be disastrously destructive to another; THANKS
summer, and as rain harvest, so honor is For, in this complex and far-flung economyof
not seemly for a fool As the bird by wan- ours, industries must deal with extreml -
dering, as the swallow by flying, so the varied situations and problems.
curse causeless "shall not come A whip Take, for instance, a natural resource industry t
for the horse of the first importance-timber products -
a bridle for the ass, and a rod
for the Answer .
fool's back not a fool according .

to his folly, lest thou also be like It has been observed, and accurately, that
unto him Answer a fool according to his "The public understands and wants timber from the
folly, lest he be wise in his own conceit conservation, but very few people realize ,.y.
Seest thou a man wise in his own, conceit? that tax policies could make conservation
There is more hope of a fool than of him. j ..
impossible.: It takes 20 to 100 or more
The slothful man saith, there is a lion commercial matur- '
reach
years for a tree to Z'e 7etea SfPe
in the way; a lion is in the streets The ity. The owners must carry a heavy finan itty.60mm0a
sluggard is wiser in his own conceit than cial load in the meantime, but they realize '
seven men that can render a reason nothing until the tree is cut and sold. Unwise -
Where no wood is there the fire goeth out: tax policies could and would force the
so where there is no talebearer the strife cutting of the trees as fast as possible and*
ceaseth Whoso diggeth a pit shall fall place a very high barrier indeed in the way r :duniPA? gkm 8/1 0/
therein: and he that rolleth a stone, it will of conservation practices--such as tree <
return him.
upon farming-which guarantee that there will
-oOo be an abundant supply of timber and it
An American Institution products for all time to come.
National Farm Safety Week has become The legislatures of numbers of state to: the following mercI.Ms
American institution. It deserves
an richly problems the
I have recognized the special I
that distinction-for the toll of death and timber people face and adjusted their tax:
injury that accidents cause to farmers and laws accordingly. But keeping these necea who participated in; Jayce.
farm people is, and has long been, an urgent sary laws in force is another matter. The

national problem. public, and th'e legislators too, need.. better

This year the week is to be observed during understanding of just why such laws exist, Radio for o Day"i
the July 19-25: period, using as its theme and why their abandonment would be a i
"Safer American Families Everywhere". It national tragedy. The future. existence of: ., ..ii;
has been proclaimed by President Johnson,, our forests is the stake. Wiregrass Gas Company Hiway Super Service Station
who said: "Notwithstanding the fact that oOo
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hundreds of thousands of volunteer leaders Where Your Tax Money Goes Tilley Ice Company Sunnyland Grill ; ;"
and members of rural organizations actively Congressman Abele of Ohio has ]looked

participate in community, State, and national into some of the more unusual federal appropriations Henry Koerber Clark's Pure Oil Station I
safety programs which have proved of our tax money. As a recounted
effective in reducing the number and rate by the Associated Taxpayers of Adams
Eddie Jones Firestone Center Motel
of accidents among farm residents, accidentsstill Idaho, here are a few:
thousands of deaths and nearly study of society and demography
cause $15,200 for a
Reliable Abstract Inc. Blue Motors & Equipment Co.
million disabling injuries to farm people in ancient Babylonia. ,
each year. This loss of human and economic $36,800 to look into the social behavior of
Rivard Chevrolet Company Caswell Motor Company
resources causes a significant adverse Impact ants. ':
upon the economy of the entire Nation $2,100 to look into the behavior pattern
and must be viewed as a matter of national of barren-ground caribou. Kings Rexall Store Hut RestaurantGulf

concern." $20,600 to try to learn about communi-
The facts and figures fully support the ration signals in birds. Power Company Builder's Supply Co.
President's statement. The death toll fromfarm $13,700 to study the social structure in
accidents runs at a rate of about 8- Madagascar. Fisher Pharmacy '!" Mom & Dad's RestaurantFirst
700 a year, along with some 800,000 injuries. $65,400 to examine the behavior and
The dollar cost is estimated at $1.5 bil- ecology of the wandering albatross. National Bank Choc. Elec. Coop., Inc
lion. Farm peopfe'who are laid up by accidents These studies are of specialized value. .
buy less machinery, consumer goods, But it is difficult' to see how they are the Campbell Hardware Company Hygeia Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
farm supplies. Their income loss is a business responsibility of the federal government.

:. l' the community and the nation. They represent the sort of thing that is, Christo 5 & 10 Store Wheat Recapping Company
And no statistic, of course, can begin to and should be, undertaken by universities, ... ,4NewmanCarr
measure the extent of the human problemsthat foundations and the various private research Cawthon State Bank Jewelry Co.
all these needless deaths and injuries centers.

create. The amounts involved, it will be argued, Service Drug StoreCarp's Moore Furniture Company
"During the Week, all manner of mediaare are small. But a total of all the extracurricular -
used in the concerted effort to bring the activities, so to speak, that the government -
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Galloway Real Estate Co.
in -
message home to farm people everywhere now supports would reach a mighty
the GO states-and to business und other impressive figure. Economical government
people as well. Factual kit materials have can be achieved only if every nonessential Danley Furniture Company '. First Federal Savings & Loan Amoc.'

been prepared jointly by the National Safety expenditure is eliminated-whether the sum
Council nd the Department of Agriculture.They involved be ,$10,000 or $10 million and Rhodes JewelersWestern Piggly Wiggly
include items for new newspaper use, whether the project involves a power plantr
material for talks and articles, program the social behavior of ant! Auto StoreThompsonHillard Rainbow Electronics, Inc.
ideas for religious leaders and women's

groups, stickers and posters. The dangers When as Man's life, the light of human lust, k Milling Co. Fisher Hardware Company :
which are thus covered are widehighwaysafety In socket of his earthly lanthorne burns,
electricity, falls, machinery, and so That[ all this glory unto ashes must, Taylor Parts, Inc. W Z E P Radio .J.'J-r-m:

And generation to corruption turns-- (for time and facilitiesS .
on.Basically, the idea is to stress that accidents Then fond desires that only fear their end, Lindsey's Texaco Station -
don't just happen, they are caused- Do vainly wish for life, but to amend. The Herald-Breeze ":.F:

and that to fact.stir As people an example to act,constructively particular atten-on Jut when this life is from the body fled, Cosson's Body and- Upholstery Shop (for generous cooperation) J

tion is given to stepping up safety efforts in To see itself in that eternal Glass, F

the esman use for of pesticides the Department and tractors.of Agriculture As a spok Where the time dead doth, end, and thoughts accuse I The Jaycees are all for what's good for :

puts it, "Both are basically safe tools. It is. Where all to come is one with all that was; '
Walton
unsafe users that make them dangerous. Then living men ask how he left his c.untyk
Specifically in our society we use over 250- breath
000 different kinds of drugs and household That while he lived never thougth of

...feroducts. Many of them are potential killers death. -Lord Brooke
if the and usually 000
if misused. But, proper ----
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.. .. .. '< n.< 1 Gierlach's Celebrate Golden APARTMENT FOR RENT: Unl' FOR SALE: 1054
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I SOCIAL I L ACTIVITIES I a .' I Mr. and M-M';: ; Gierlach are 7831.FOR RENT: eo ACRES WITH I: Circle Drive. 7:16tf:

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having their golden wedding; an- creek, part improved pasture. ":

iversary Sunday, July 26, with Cheap rent. Cabin available for

11 i open house at. the Woman's Club watchman. Write Box 35, Poncede

f | between the hours of 3 and 6 p.m. Leon, Fla. 7:23,30pd:
All friends and relatives of CaswellMotor
I I WILL BUY OR TRADE, TWO
'. the invited to attend.
r couple are
4 *p's I' F, I bedroom home in Bonita Springs,
'x I Fla., for home or acreage in or
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7r | Mrs. Eloise Williams and friend! I
near DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Give
of Columbianna, Ala., are spending
i realistic_ price and description! in
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sometime at her Seagrove
Bonita Springs, Fla. ltpd
'< 3 i I FOR SALE: TWELVE ACRES 1075

'''''' 3r North Carolina Mountain Home; FOR SALE: 320 ACRES, near SPECIAL

a a ,,1 t 3i r House; Two Story Barn; Two Red Bay. 120 acres, Valley View
I a ;: t Story Fruit Cellar; Assorted Fruit School district. 67 acres at Prosperity -
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i Trees; Abundant Springs Water; 10 acres on 77 Hiway 19ri6 Plymouth
)L Views. Box 45 Little Creenhead. Owner Sue Berry
< Exquisite: Station Wagon
1 ti" Ii ij tt.1y' ..'," t T Switzerland N. C. 7:16,23,30pd: Box 35, Ponce de LeLon Fla.

$:Jt I,<,'l''
1>*"' brick cottage furnished, with tile FOR SALE: WHITE BILLY "

.., .;, t'*;; >>"ii' "hk bath and television antenna. goat. Just west of Ponce de Leon .

y { '''7, R';<',wf: I"'> White Castle Court, I, D. Francis, across highway from Kornorzos 1933 Chevrolet .Door
>/i >'''' 7:16pd: Place. See Archie Lloyd. Itpd
: SPECIAL I I
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TO WHOM IT MAY Concern, I
k 'r L LvFx4. ,li / %j4,,, COLD WAVES $6.50 and up Pollard M. Woodall will not be ..
> HAIR CUTS $1.00
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'. ; $}>VIi / t ELIZABETH BEAUTY SALON by anyone except myself. 1957 Ford 4 Door
Downtown
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:- ,ih!* a Y TW 6-3141 7:9tfchgI : 723308613pd.: :
#; FOR SALE: THREE Bedroom $295.00BAKER
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''';:'' -t' y'ii't'r wooded in lots. On
4. R y; 'q S frhEvxAty ry /Choctawhatchee Bay, located on big spacious living room, nil

.' .. i I Okaloosa-Walton county line In modem construction. Two car / CASWELL

; ': 'J {{?, ir- +(I Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe Rt. 1 carport. Ideal location, inside city
/.' ," 11, .' "r 'Box 259, Villa Tasso. Nlceville. limits on Freeport Road. Ph. TW
Florida. 4-5381! for further information. MOTOR CO.
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jtt' FOR SALE: 'HEAVY DUTY 7:23tfchg:

tr. a, wagon, good rubber. Also five
-ls'"s ;X;i Free
ParkingAir
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umbia, Ponce de Leon, Fla. Water Wells and Pumps Conditioned Show Roan
!.f.ij} fti"1.r" :..;" . ,J 7:16,23pd:
.. engagement; Announced Easy term.-- Call collect
I Terms
-Photo by Shultz. WANTED: OLD COINS, ANY Easy
I ] quantity. In first reply state DOG Faison. Bonlfay 547-2376
Wedding AnnouncedThe Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Bayvon gins Catts of DeFuniak Springs what coins and date. Good price. Wiley Ward Vernon 535-2188 Iliway U. S. 90 West

Pettis of Ft. Payne, Ala., announce end Gainesville. I Box 49, DeFuniak Springs 'Fla.I 4:18: -1 0:1..11:

Lutheran Church of the ed at the wrist. A self belt accented the engagement of their Both Miss Pettis and Mr. Bur-, 7:23,30,8,13: : chg.

Good Shepherd at Shalimar, Fla., in front with a tailored daughter Nancy Virginia to gess are seniors at Auburn University .-I __
bow encircled her waistline. A James Ferrel Burgess, the son of where she is a member of
the
was the setting for candlelight I II.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferrell Marvel Burgess Delta Zeta Sororiety and he a ,
:service, Saturday, July 11 at 6:30: narrow band enchanced the skirt of Florala. I
pan. for the marriage of Miss front from waistline to hemlineof member of Delta Chi fraternity.
Mr. Burgess' mother is a former The wedding will be an event
William trained En-
Ruth Rahardt and Mr. the chapel gown. a S ra
DeRolf. chancing the elegant simplicity of resident of DeFuniak Springs. He of August 29 at the First Methodist I
is the grandson of Mrs. May Hug- Church, Ft. Payne, Ala.
She is the daughter of Mr. and her gown was a hand made man-

Mrs. Ewald Rahardt of DeFuniak tilla of imported Alencon lace. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tappan: FOR RENT: six ROOM House,

Springs, Fla. The groom, is the She carried a bouquet of gar- had as guest Sunday, Mr. and across from Walton High Schoolat

.son of Mrs. W. DeRolf and the denias and stephanotis.The Mrs. Lehran Ard of San Diego, 3 W. Park Ave. Contact Hoyt H

rte Mr. DeRolf of Jacksonville.The maid of honor wore an Calif., Miss Mary Del Ard of Lindsey, at :509 Orange Ave ltpd syS

church was decorated with aqua chiffon over crystal peau de Geneva, Ala., Mr. and Mrs John
stock and carnations. The Rev. sole. Her bouquet and matching B. Milligan of Hwy 90 West, was FOR RENT: THREE BEDroom

'Northwher performed the double-' headpiece were of white roses and also dinner guest of the Tappans. house. See Mr. or Mrs. Hugh
Adams, Ph. TW 4-4011.
ring ceremony. stephanotis.The Miss Karen Smith of Crestview, 6lltfchg:

The bride was escorted by her bride's mother chose a pink visited friends in town on Sunday; CASH FOR LATE MODELcars

father. Her maid of honor was I sheath for her daughter's wed- Mr. Leslie Reese of Eau !';alii e, 195S: models up. Buying for

her cousin, Alice Hammerschmidt. ding. The mother of the groom Fla., spent the weekend here with Eastern and Miami markets. If

Mr. Clayton Puckett was best wore a blue sheath. Both wore his mother, Mrs. E. H. Reese. you have a used car to sell, call .
man. Mr. Bob Sage and Mr. Mrs. Ira Brown's Tilcndi will James Hussey, TE 6-2271-8 ajn.
white orchid corsages.
Spike Bledsoe served aa ushers. till :3:30: p-m 12:31pd:
followed be glad to know she returned S
The bride's gown -of Imported The ceremony was Flame by I home Monday from the Baptist ATTENTION: LOGGERS AND
buffet in the
silk linen was created in a bell n supper
in Pensacola.J. timber
Hospital We
owners. pay the top
Inn.
silhouette. The molded bodice, Room at the Candlelight prices for hardwood uJt
logs and
Included:
Out-of-town guests
fastened in back with email cov- timber. Free estimates.
shallow Mrs. Jean Bledsoe and sons Ken- JACKSON
ered buttons held
a
scooped neckline and long traditionally ny and Allen, and Mrs. W. A. -'... ;- :: VENEER CO. INC., Laurel Hill, I Ii

sleeves button- DeRolf, all of Jacksonville.Mrs. Fla. Phone 2195 days, or Louis femme !
pointed Lowery. 4-3825, Florala, Ala, i

Mr and Mrs. Poaton of Gaskin Mike Anderson of Pan- rPNO1Q41 nights. ; ,K 3:12tfchg.: I II II I

had as their .u.* recently, ama City, was a weekend guest of HELP WANTED I I CATS
their son-in-law andr daughter, her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. : CUSTOMERSneed : '
service
Mr. and Mrs. James .Jackson of Walter Tappan. Walton County I IMake
Chattahoochee. Mrs. D. J. Sullivan, Jr. and' DeFuniak Springs, full or part II
time. Earn 3.50:
daughter of Crestview visited hourly and or'i.'i.
Recent viMtors to. this city J. V. LAWSON OWNER For information write
were Mrs. George V, Miller friends and relatives here on FA-G-402003. Memphis. Tenn. P CIA Rai ;> I I IC IR

(formerly Rachel .Allison) and' Sunday. 7:2.9,16,23.30pd:
Mrs. Warren Sconiers:: has a
daughter Nancy of Memphis,
WED.TIIUUS.FUI.HARRY .
Tenn. They had a one week visit guest her sister, Mrs. Lunette FOR SALE: NICE 3 BEDROOM I

with Mrs. F. H. Allison and the Brnndis of Troy, Ala, ..,.. block house, large kitchen and These
ay Spikes' while Mr. Miller) was Mrs. Maurice Stafford .if Plant .t:.':? living room. Third house on left

on an assignment in Pensacola at City, left Sunday after a weeks l; behind Tastee Freez in DeFunlak AS

the City Utility Dept. Mr. Milleris visit with her mother, Mrs. Mc- SAUZMANAlttKTRBROCCQU- \ Springs. Contact Mrs. W, C. Wells, Pro-Season

associated with the Computer Collum. [ -.. \ Jr. Ph MU 2-3228 in Crest- I E .

Division of the Burroughs Corp. Mr. and Mrs. ". O. Knepper .IMREMIIffS 8701. 7:2,9,16,23chg: \

h.Among JM for the the wedding out of! of town Mr. guest Dou- n have<- Knepper as guest of Mr.Mincola and,Mr Tex... ,Ver-Mr. .....IIIIiUS.... in WANTED or near: HOUSE DeFuniak OR Springs.FARM Low Prices I

and Mrs. Bud Gurnea of Magnolia Give I
fcla Alford, son of Mr. and Mrs.J. I.1.eVE realistic price, full descrip-
Ark., and their four chil __ tion in
first
letter. Eugene Mor- I
'
W. Alford of Darling on, to Possible
dren. While here they spent some oaNiiTd gan, Box 1075 Bonita II
Springs
Sharon Ray of Pensacola on Sat- l tAS-WltES BOND I I.1 ,
time At Grayton Beach. l' ? Florida.
I
7:16,23chg:
urday were Mr. Harold Wells of
_
Dr. and Mrs. B. J. Brown nnd ":
Pensacola, Mr. and Mrs. Bates _-,.| 'TUWTE111ITIST FOR SALE: BEAGLE Puppies, L

Petway and daughters, Carolynand two daughters returned Satur- pure bred little heart stealers, REG. 29.99 f
Patty. cay: from a trip to the World s from championship stock, crossed r
Fair in New York and other
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Wilkersonand SATURDAY straddle and wideliner breeds f
of interest while on vaca- t t.I
roints
three daughters, of Pensa- Reasonable, Bill Rosson 3 mile
tion.Mr. 3 BIG FEATURES south, Ponce de Leon. :
cola, visited friends in town on Stanley: Hobbs of Enterprise 7:16,23pdFOR :

Sunday. spent the weekend here ((1)) SALE: NEW 3.BEDROOM $25
house
Mrs. H. J. McCaskill of Pensa- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. living room, dining

cola is here visiting her sister, Roy Hobbs. LSiwrsizy. room, kitchen, bath and hall,

MBS. A. G. Douglass. Rev. and Mrs. Gayle Threlkeld FHA, small down payment, call %

Mr. Robert:! I. Withey find children And son, Jeffry, have returned collect MU 2-2950 or MU 2-4390,

spwot last week here with from a visit in Nashville Tenn., Crestview, Fla. 4:16tfchg:

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex with Mr and Mrs. Robert Neff NOTICE OF SHERIFF SALE
Ca wll. end son, Clay. Notice i a hereby given that I. How- .I
ard "Andy"
Anderson. Sheriff of
Walton conty Florida by virtue of
((2)) au execution Issued from the small
Claims Court of Walton County on
June 5. 1964 In those certain causes
1 1WILD therein pending In which Fisher Hardware -
Company was FlalntUf. and Mr. \
FINAL and Mrs. H. A. Alberson were defendants !
.::. I and have levied on and will
L I aril at o to the highest
afUlJ'Jeu
coufl1'R N and : for cash In front of t
"' the court house door In DeFuniak
COLOR _:
Springs. Florida during legal hours e "
Summer Sale of sale on August 17. 1964 the follow j, ,
((3)) lag described property. to wit:
NEST: of 8Wfe. Township eN. Sec- \
tion 33. Range 20 West located in
I II
... "' W1S1A'' II Walton County. 1
..=:...:: Bill of sale at Cost of purchaser. t
fI
Howard "Andy" Anderson i MJEAiHE.1
Sheriff Walton County
t: Juiy33.3O: : Auga.ia
-' .*-NOTICE I RACCOON '

J The Game and Fresh Water Fish AND MOUTON
Ci ITfi ) 4 , Commission of the State of Florida,
under and by virtue of the power and GOLLIK
authority granted under Section 3O.
.
of Article IV of the Constitution of
the Ktste of Florida,
as amended and
SUN.MON.TUES.The ratified by the voters of Florida on Laminated i\ ,
November 3. 1M3. and Rules and Re
gulations of the Commission plans to Whipped. . c.., +

entertainment world's establish for an Indefinite as a Fish period Management of tune Area the Diagonal Laminates, __

most wonderful following descrbed area In Walton Tockl. Twills t
Price on County. Florida presently established
entertainment It I under Emergency Order New Double and e,
Juniper Bay Lake In Section 3.
3. 4. 9. 10 and 11 of Township 3 J Single I Breasted i ;
North. Range 14 West Walton.

Shoes Dresses t County.Fishing will Florida., be allowed. a* provided Styles
In i the Wildlife Code of the State of I Milium Lined. and
lorlda and by regulations adopted for
the Juniper Bay Lake Fish Management Interlined l-

SALES CASHAT ...... Area.
e Notice is hereby given that the I .' Royal Taupe, Black ;
ROSSANO 'ommlsslon will hold a public hearing !
BRAZIl on the Slat day of August A. D. 1964 and RedJunior
at Ft. Lauderdale Florida atOO: o'- i
Mull GAYNOR clock A,M. relative to establishing the) > Petite ,$i.. n :
above described area as a Fish Management
R
JOHN KERR FRANCE NUYEN t Area. Persona Interested may I 3 to 13, M.....*
appear In person or by resolution or and Women'. .$1...
k he.lti. !lAY wattto -........... petition.
< A. D. Aldrich\ Director atoUSi
Oars and Fresh Water j'
Fish" Commission.
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... THURSDAY, JULY .23;, 19
: OLtmn: TS: -* UBLISHJKD: EVERY TIlUnSDAY. OcFUNIAH. SPRINGS. FLORIDA __ CHCVROLra
,Gierlach's CelebrilteGolden APARTMENT FOR RENT: Unl. FOR SALE: 1854
' A/t.e > i Phone TW 4- cheap. See or Ph. Freddy Bale
Y 26 ted Farm Agency
Anniversary, Sunday, July

I SOCIAL I L ACTIVITIES I I S 1 1x .. :;xu'M' y Mr and Mrs. Mike Glerlach are 7831.FOR RENT: eo ACRES WITH Circle Drive. 7:16tfdf:

ag having their golden wedding an- creek, part improved pasture.

Iversary Sunday July 26, with Cheap rent. Cabin available for

: ; I open house at, the Wbman'a Club watchman. Write Box 35, Poncede
w. /:1 between the hours of 3 and 6 p.m. Leon. Fla. 7:23.30pd:

t. All friends and relatives of WILL BUY OR TRADE, TWO CaswellMotor

s 'I. 'i ii the couple are invited to attend. bedroom home in Bonita Springs,

Fla., for home or acreage in or
i Mrs. Eloise Williams and friend! Fla. Give
"1 near DeFuniak Springs,
p, YES w of Columbianna, Ala., are spend- and description in
s sft E realistie_price
a ing sometime at her Seagrove first letter. Eugene Morgan, Box I
Beach home.
1075 Bonita Springs, Fla. Itpd
"A' ,\ J Jf1' Jw : II IIs IIs FOR SALE: TWELVE ACRES
'':'' t North Carolina Mountain Home; FOR SALE: 320 ACRES, near SPECIAL

'" "'f4Kf{ f l House; Two Story Barn; Two Red Bay. 120 acres, Valley View

", ; f Fruit Cellar Assorted Fruit School district. 67 acres at Pros-
Story
"J 1m i iu ; 1956!; Plymouth
Trees; Abundant Springs Water; perity. 10 acres on 77 HiwayGreenhead.

/ , ; Exquisite Views. Box 45, Little Owner Sue Berry, Station Wagon.
: ( t;'t.Ut ; Switzerland. N. C. 7:16,23,30pd: Box 35, Ponce de LeLon Fla.
f >f.
',f .
a..w < ;
s );
,.,.. f FOR RENT: ONE BEDROOM Brokers invited. 7:23,30pdFOR : $350.00
ykwy'y '{ a : t -1)%<";/Ct.f' ; : brick cottage furnished, with tile SALE: WHITE BILLY C
..
"j s bath and television antenna. goat. Just west of Ponce de Leon

;. 7/ ; White Castle Court J. D. Francis, across highway from Kornorzos 1953:> Chevrolet 4.Door
vt
'.i"c,. : ) '" .,.;> .tt.. ?, .41Y: > Ph. 42567. 7:16pd: Place. See Archie Lloyd. 1 Itpd
.1-' . t..', -I.? { ] I SPECIAL I I 150.00
:@; '
u ;".".. .4'. \ / i .o J.1 nji TO WHOM IT MAY Concern, I ..
< '>hrA COLD WAVES and
"u" $6.50
up
'" "Jtt: ( Pollard M. Woodall will not be
sy sn ,
.. r f ;y t : \: : rn ;, HAIR CUTS $1.00
l .9 y/ '.' :: ', responsible for any debts made
/::!
'J.'fI. ;
.: "'" ';''' : } ELIZABETH BEAUTY SALON by anyone except myself 1957 Ford 4 Door

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li Downtown 5th & BaldwinPh.
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"./ : 723308613pd.: :
TW 6-3141 7:9tfchg: $295.00MOTOR
FOR SALE: WATER FRONT FOR SALE: THREE Bedroom,

..., .. i.PK; h'.Jyr. ' lots, and wooded in lots. On two story home, with very large

I 'to ,,.:... ;;.; tu' .'4 : . Choctawhatchee Bay located on lot, big spacious living room, all
<< : modern construction. Two / CASWELL
car BAKER
>.".... : : Okaloosa-Walton county line In
carport. Ideal location inside city
.lJfJfi: ? gr Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe Rt. 1
) n'L: f 1 Box 259, Villa Tasso. Niceville, limits on Freeport Road. Ph TW
:.
< FOR SALE: :HEAVY DUTY 7:23tfchg:

jfr .8 I wagon, good rubber. Also five ParkingAir

polled Hereford bulls. Clyde Col- Faison And 'Ward

umbia, Ponce de Leon, Fla. Water Wells and Pumps Conditioned Show Room

/r ,'i: k d"-'" .. ''' r; : engagement; Announced I 7:16,23pd: Easy/' term*-* Call collect Easy Terms
: ; WANTED: OLD COINS. ANY
Shultz.
Photo by Faison !6472378
Doe Bonifay
I I quantity. In first reply, state
IIi U. S. 90 West
Wedding AnnouncedThe 'Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Dayvon.. gins Catts of DeFuniak i Springsend what coins and date. Good price. Wiley Ward, Vernon 535'2168 way

Pettis of Ft. Payne ., Gainesville. I I Box 49, DeFuniak Springs, Fla. 4:1S-10:1'pd: I
nounce the engagement of their Both Miss Pettis and Mr. 7:23,30,8,13: : chg. I
Lutheran Church of the cd at the wrist. A self belt accented -
_
daughter Nancy Virginia to gess are seniors at Auburn
Good Shepherd at Shalimar, Fla., in front with a tailored James Ferrel Burgess, the son of versity where she is a Bur'I'I

was the setting for the candlelight bow encircled her waistline. A Mr. and Mrs. Ferrell Marvel Burgess -I Delta Zeta Sororiety and I \

.service, Saturday, July 11 at 6:30: narrow band enchanced the skirt of Florala. member of Delta Chi

p.m. for the marriage of Miss front from waistline to hemlineof Mr. Burgess' mother is a former I I The wedding will be an event

Ruth Rahardt and Mr. William the chapel trained gown. En- resident of DeFuniak Springs. He of August 29 at the First Methodist -I

DeRolf. chancing the elegant simplicity of is the grandson of Mrs. May Hug-i Church, Ft. Payne, Ala: I I
She is the daughter of Mr. and her gown was a hand made mantilla _

Mrs. Ewald Rahardt of DeFuniak of imported Alencon lace. Mr and Mrs. Walter Tappan: FOR RENT: six ROOM House,'

Springs, Fla. The groom is the She carried a bouquet of gar- had as guest Sunday, Mr. and across from Walton High Schoolat y0

son of Mrs. W. DeRolf and the denias and stephanotis. Mrs. Lehran Ard of San Diego, 3 W. Park Ave. Contact Hoyt

'rte Mr. DeRolf of Jacksonville.The The mid of honor wore an Calif., Miss Mary Del Ard of LIndsey, at 509 Orange Ave. ltpd y0

church was decorated with aqua chiffon over crystal peau de Geneva, Ala., Mr. and Mrs John FOR RENT: THREE BEDroom

stock and carnations. The Rev. sole. Her bouquet and matching B. Milligan of Hwy 90 West, was house. See Mr. or Mrs. Hugh

Northwher performed the double-' headpiece were of white roses and also' dinner guest of the Tappans. Adams, Ph. TW 4-4011. 6lltfchg:

ring ceremony. stephanotis.The Miss Karen Smith of Crestview, CASH
FOR
LATE
The bride was escorted by her bride's mother chose a pink visited friends in town on Sunday MODELcars
1958 models
father. Her maid of honor was her daughter's wed- Mr. Leslie Reese of Eau Gallic, up. Buying for
for
heath
Eastern and Miami markets. If
her cousin, Alice Hamm rchmidt. Fla., spent the weekend here with
mother of the groom ,
The
ding. have
you a used car to sell, call
Puckett best mother Mrs. E. H. Reese.
Mr. Clayton was blue sheath. Both wore his ,
James
wore a Hussey TE 6-2271-8
man. Mr. Bob Sage and Mr. Mrs. Ira Brown's fiiendi will a.m.
white orchid corsages. till 3:30
Spike Bledsoe served CM ushers. be glad to know she returned : pjn. 12:31pd:

The bride's gown -of imported The ceremony was followed by home Monday from the Baptist ATTENTION: LOGGERS AND

silk linen was created. in a bell a buffet supper in the Flame Hospital in Pensacola. timber owners. We pay the top U1L1JL

silhouette. The molded bodice,' Room at the Candlelight Inn. prices for hardwood logs and -
included:
fastened in back with small cov- Out-of-town guests timber. Free estimates. JACKSON

ered buttons helda shallow Mrs. Jean Bledsoe and sons Ken- VENEER CO. INC., Laurel Hill, i ii

scooped neckline and long traditionally ny and Allen, and Mrs. W. A. Fla. Phone 2195 days or Louis isOmmecl '

pointed .l aie. button- DeRolf, all of Jacksonville. Lowery '4-3825, Florala Ala. II i

of Pan- r- nights. *. 3:12tfchg.k : II I -
Mr. and Mrs. Boston of Gaskin Mrs. Mike Anderson tJ o 0 Q41S'N'P I I COATS
had as their .guest recently, ama City, was a weekend guest of HELP WANTED: CUSTOMERS ; I IMoiee

their son-in-law :and daughter, her grandparent, Mr. and Mrs. need service in Walton County or

Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson of Walter Tappan. DeFuniak Springs, full or part -
Mrs. D. J, Sullivan, Jr. and
Chattahoochee. time. Earn $3.50 hourly and up.

Recent visitors to, this city daughter of Crestview visited J. V. LAWSON O'VNER'VED.TIIURS.FIU. For information write Rawleigh P C01mL ;r rR
here on
1 were Mrs. Geovge V. Miller friends and relatives FA-G-402003, Memphis, Tenn. _

(formerly Rachel Allison) and Sunday. 7:2,9,16,23,3: :?
Sconlers has a \
Warren
Mrs. ::
daughter Nancy of Memphis, .
FOR
her sister Mrs. Lunette SALE: NICE 3 BEDROOM
guest ,
Tenn. They had a one week visit Ala block house, large kitchen and
Brandis of Troy, These.
with Mrs. F. H. Allison and the
i Mrs. Maurice Stafford -)f Plant )1.- living room. Third house on left .
ay Spikes' while Mr. Miller was weeks : behind Tastee Freez in DeFuniak S A
after a
on an assignment in Pensacola Miller at City visit, with left Sunday her mother, Mrs. Mc- HARRY SNJZMAN- ., Springs. Contact Mrs. W. C. Wells, 1 s r're-Seaso: ;
the City Utility Dept. Mr.
Jr. Ph MU 2-3228 in Crest-
...
Collum. AIBERTR.BROCCOUIMREMim: _
\
is associated with the Computer t 8701.
Mrs.t'. O. Knepper 7:2,9,16,23chg:
Mr. and
Division of the
Burroughs Corp.
have as guest Mr. and Mrs. Ver- DIII1 RUS_ WANTED: HOUSE OR FARMin low Prices I
the out of town
Among Kuest
na' Knepper of Mlneola, Tex., Mr. .. or near DeFuniak Springs.
.
hate for the wedding of Mr. DOM of Magnolia Give realistic '
full
end Mrs. Bud Curnea I.eVISrlliillRtu.L'.MES price, descrIp-
ila Alford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ark., and their four chil- __.. tion in first letter. Eugene Mor- Possible'

J. W. Alford of Darlington, to dren. While here they spent some WHO DANI I gan, Box 1075 Bonita Springs, a I..
Sharon Ray of Pensacola on Sat- time at Grayton Beach.Dr. . X11, Florida. 7:16,23chgFOR : "

urday were Mr. Harold Wells of and Mrs. B. J. Brown find ,: .a''=' '.-rtDAIT1SJ1 1 SALE: BEAGLE pupp ...
Pensacola, Mr. and Mrs. Batcs
two daughters returned Satur- )pure: bred little heart stealers REG. 29.99
Petway and daughters, Carolyn
cay: from a trip to the Worlds from championship stock, crossed .
and Patty. .
Fair in New York and other straddle and wideliner breeds. o t
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Wilkersonand joints of interest whnc.on vaca SATURDAY Reasonable, Bill Rosson 3 mile

three daughters, of Pensa- 3 DIG FEATURES south, Ponce de Leon. 7:16,23pd.:

cola, visited friends in town on tion.Mr.. S-.nnley: Hobbs of Enterprise FOR SALE: NEW S-BEDROOM $25
Sunday. here ((1))
spent the weekend house living room dining
Mrs. H. J. McCaskill of Pensa Mr. and Mrs.
: with his parents. room kitchen, bath and half,
cola is. here visiting her sister, Roy Hobbs. "remy. FHA, small down payment call

Ms. A. G. Douglass I Rev and Mrs. Gayle Threlkeld collect MU 2-2950 or MU 2-4390,

M*;. Robert I. Withey and children and son, Jeffry have returned Crestview Fla. 4:16tfchg:
spwpt last week here with from a visit in Nashville Tonn.,

her pa:cats, Mr. and Mrs. Alex with Mr and Mrs. Robert Neff NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE .
Notice U hereby given that I. How .I
Caswell.] and son, Clay. ard "Andy" Anderson Sheriff of
Walton Conty. Florida by virtue of /ti
((2)) an execution Issued from the small .. 91 i
Claims Court of Walton County on
June S, 1964 In those certain causes w
1 therein pending In which Fisher Hardware *
tRf.SLETWILD
Company: was PlalntlU and Mr. Y'
FINAL and so-.. H. A. Alberson were defend.
TM ant and have levied on and will
eCOlOA } sell at public auction to the highest
end beat bidder for cash In front of

e. Springs the court, Florida' house during door In legal DeFunlak hours :__ \
Summer Sale of sale on August 17. 18O4 the follow- J '

((3)) lag MS described 14 of BWl property(. Township, to wit ON.; Sec- : \

tlon 32. Range 20 West located in ei t
.
tISLlyalt! Walton County. ti
: Bin of sale at Cost of purchaser. ti t 1 I

Howard Sheriff"Andy"Walton: Anderson County i LEAiHEi

t: July23.30: AugS.13
'RIIEFSUN.MON.TUES.--' 'f -. NOTICE i RACCOON

I The Game and Fresh Water Fish AND MOUT0NGOLLMK .
Ci Ir'f ii \ Commission of the State of Florida _
under and by virtue of the power and I til
authority granted under Section 30.
of Article IV of the Constitution of
the state of Florida, as amended and e
ratified by the voters of Florida on I Laminated _
November 3. 1M2, and Rules and Re-
Bulatlons of the Commission plans to Whipped. c....,
The entertainment world'smost establish as a Fish Management Area Laminates,.
for *" indefinite period of time the Tackle
wonderful following descrbed area in Walton Twills t
Price County: Florida., presently established '.
;
onLIWEASIJEY'S entertainment I IROSSANOBRAZZI under Emergency Order. > N.w Double and .
I Lake ;
Juniper Bay In Sections 2. :
3. 4. 9. 10 and 11 of Township 3 1 Sin.I I Ie Breasted .
1 1C North. Range 14 West Walton.
County. Florida. Styles
Shoes Dresses 1 Fishing will be. allowed as provided
!
In the Wildlife Code of the State ofFlorida .' Milium Lined. and
and by regulations adopted for r:
I Interlined
the .
Juniper Bay Lake Fish Management

SALES CASH ........ Notice Area.Is hereby given that the I .' Royal, Taupe Black i iI
Commission
will hold a public hearing
AT on the :31st day of August A. D. 1904as and RedJunior t tI
i Ft. Laudrrdsle. Florida at O-OO: o' I
MITflGAYNOR clock A.M. relative to establishing. the Petite -SI.i .. I

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registered with the CoinrrUtsloiw rig Your Security check at least every three years,
of Agriculture for a fee of on e>, Account Correct? according to Carey. STATE BANK NO. 200
dollar. A free postcard request form REPORT OF CONDITION OF "CAWTHON STATE BANK" OF Do
County Affenfa Notes I Your Social Security account can be obtained from any Social FUNIAK SPRINGS IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA AT THE CLOSEOF
r I SOYBEAN FARMERS WARNED de-serves the same careful atten- Security office. Since your recordis BUSINESS ON JUNE 30, 1964.
Walton county soybean fanners tion you give: to your bank account I confidential, no one else can ASSETS
Oscar Harrison are urged not to use Dieldrin nor, your savings bonds, or any check your record for you; you Dollars
Cts.
DDT on soybean fields. other matter important to your must do this yourself. Carey Cash, balances with other banks, and cash Items In
S..- The Food and Drug Administration future. This reminder came today urged anyone having; questions process of collection 568715.75
is Inspecting the crop In I from John V. Carey, Social! about Social Security to get United States Government obligations, direct and
some places. No trace of dieldrin Security District Manager in Panama in touch with the nearest guaranteed
PI."' '* A.rto. ..ltur l BxtoncUn "rvU. 'is allowed. If a trace of dieldrin'' City, Florida. Social I Security office. The tele- Other bonds, notes, and debentures (including 1,986,768.52
[,-': is found the entire crop is con- He pointed out that the earn- phone number is 763-5331, and $164,927.41 securities of Federal agencies
and
Walton OMnty __r* of C.mmlf.l.n_r. 4.er.r.uM fiscated. I ings credited to the account of an for inquiries by mail or personalvisit corporations not guaranteed by U. S.)
I Check with your crop duster,,(employee or self-employed person the address is 1135 Harrison Loans and discounts (including $ none overdrafts) 164,928.41
insecticide dealer or with your.covered by Social Security deter- Avenue, Panama City, Florida. Bank premises owned $11,904.99, furniture and 566,066.77
APPRAISORS TO SEE SICK son, Ray Moore, Route 3, DeFun\\county agent If you have ques-!mines the amount of any benefitsto fixtures $5,079.13
COTTON iak Springs, L. L. Ward, tions on controlling Insects In be paid to him, to his depend- Moving\ TimeI 16,984.12
Westville, and T. B. Nolan, Route your soybean field. ents, or to his survivors. The walked today by the seashore, TOTAL, ASSETS
Fifty Walton county cotton 1, Westville. higher the wages credited, the As I did so many years ago LIABILITIES 3303463.57
farmers met at the Glendale Farmers who have damaged JOHN H. WALKERMr. higher the benefits, he stated. Watching- the many, flying sea Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and
school recently and named eight cotton should check with one of "As a matter of fact," Carey birds corporations
non-Interested cotton growers to the approved appraisers. John Herbert Walker, age said, "although a minimum num- And listening to the winds that Time and savings deposits of individuals 1,338,250.96
examine' the sick cotton fields 82, passed away Saturday after-, ber of credits are required in all blow.I and' corporations partnerships .
end set a percentage of /damage. APPLICATIONS FOR noon in a local hospita.l Mr.I I cases, it is the amount of wages: Deposits of United States Government (including 1,276,304.50
The cotton fields to be examined RECORDING BRANDS Walker was a native of England,| or self-employment income credited walked beside the clear blue postal savings)
are sick from a growth Cattlemen and farmers interested and had been a resident of Free-I that determines how muchin waters Deposits of States and political subdivisions 33138.83
inhibitor, according to experts in recording marks and' port, for the past 41 years. Mr. Social Security b benefits a And stood upon the pure white Deposits of banks 352318.65
from Auburn University and the brands of livestock should ask for( Walker is survived by his widow person will get." sand, Certified and officers' checks, etc. 13482.86
University of Florida. applications at our office. Hun- Mrs. Phoebe Walker of An employee can use his W-2 And watched the many tiny TOTAL, DEPOSITS 7,948.09
Farmers and cotton experts dreds of cattle are lost and stolenin Freeport; two daughters, Mrs. form as one means of checking creatures, Total demand deposits $3,021,443.89
who will examine the cotton fields Florida each year without any Ethel Roy, of Birmingham, Ala., the wages reported for him. In Put there near the wind blown Total time and savings deposits $1,641,428.47
are: Jack Goolsby, Route 1, way of identifying. All farmers: and Mrs. Pete Greenblatt of Pen- addition to total wages earned watersAs Other liabilities $1,380,015.42
Laurel Hill, J. H. Carroway, Flor- end cattlemen should place a sacola; one son, Jack Walker of and taxed for withholding pur- part of God's own plan. 13,458.04
ala, Curtis Zorn, Curtis Cannon, mark or brrnd on their cattle.''[ DeFuniak Springs; and three poses, the W-2 should show wages TOTAL, LIABILITIES
Florala, Archie Faulk Jr., Sam-(These marks and brands can be'I grandsons. One brother, J. A.I for the year subject to Social Security There were the many tiny CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $3,034,901.93
I Walker of Bedford, England. I and the amount of FICA fiddlers, Capital: (a) Common stock, total! par value $100,000.00
Funeral services were conducted taxes deducted. The wages sub- There were the kind of crabs Surplus 100000.00
Monday morning from the ject to Social Security taxes are people eat, Undivided profits 100,000.00
I Clary Fhneral Home Chapel at the basis of your Social Security And when one rushed suddenly 68,561.64
I 11:00: a.m. Burial followed In the credits for the year. The Federal toward me, TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Hatcher Cemetery in Freeport. Insurance Contributions Act (FICA It was then I beat a swift retreat. 268,561.64
b1 Clary Funeral Home was in ) tax finances the Social Security -Harry Moore. TOTAL LIABILITIES
/Jt JIl charge of arrangements.PAUL benefit program. AND MEMORANDA CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 3,303,463.57

Anyone can get a free state- Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Miles and Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities
KATTNERMr. ment of his Social Security cre- threo children and Dorothy Eugenia for other and
purposes (including notes and bills
dits by writing to the national have been spending sometime discounted and securities re-
Paul Kattner, age 75, died headquarters in Baltimore. If : with Mrs. P. W. Miles. They to repurchase) sold with agreement
unexpectedly Thursday night, you change jobs frequently, it is left on Monday for their home in 535,653.56
WITH A July 16, 1964 in a local hospital.Mr. especially important that you New York City. I
M. L.
Kattner was a native of I Cawthon Jr., Cashier, of the above-named bank, do
solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct to
Kronstant, Hungary, and had beena
\1THEY the best of
1-1 my knowledge and belief.
BRIDAL SET resident of Walton county for
the past 36 years, making his Correct-Attest: M. L. Cawthon. Jr.
I % Howard L. Cawthon, Albert L. Hill
% William D. Cawthon, Dtrectors.I
home in the Villa Tasso community l
from State of Florida, County of Walton, ss:
until two years ago, and .
residing in DeFuniak Springs Sworn to and subscribed before me this 18 day of July, 1964, .
RHODESSee since then. He was a retired interior bank.and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this ..

decorator. He was a member ,
of St. Margaret s Catholic llJ My Commission Expires Jan. 21, 1966. Bonded by American Surety
Church. Co. of N. Y. Patricia Balkom, Notary Public:

Rosary services were said FrI- State of Florida at large

clay night at 7:30: from the Chapel
of the Clary Funeral Home.
(x r selection of ::9i2 f Funeral services were conducted i
men'a tnd women's Saturday morning at 9:00: from
>t >, St. Margaret's Catholic Church
watches before buy. 24
you i with Rev. Joseph Notarpole of- HourDEPOSIT
Birthdays; anniversariesand s ficiating. Burial followed in the
graduation' gifts. s Magnolia Cemetery, with Clary
Funeral Home in charge of ar-

RhodeS- Jewelers. rrngements. tkC SERVICE

Mr. Larry Bowen of St. Al- ; d
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Ji B&jeetMULTIPLE bans, W. Va., was a recent visitorIn "-
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-

I liam Sharpe.
Miss Kathy Murphy Bradenton NIGHT DEPOSITORYUse
spent the past week visiting

i Dianne Sharpe.Ornamental. our convenient envelope drop.

4 BIG SALES KNOW WHERE THEY'RE No key is necessary. Deposit supplies


I Ironwork GOING..AND SAVE FOR ITI' are furnished and your receipt will

Shop Located At GaskinAll be mailed the
1 followingday..
Today's young couples know what they

want, and are very practical in planningfor

their future. . five, ten, thirty years . BANKBYMAILAsk
SATURDAY JULY 25th
from now. A bank savings account-system- us for free bank-by-mail envelopes.

Fort Walton Beach, Florida atically increased with regular, payday
Every mail box is a teller's window.
deposits-is the basis of their certainty of

2-Story Professional-Commercial Bldg. continuing success. And bank savings are

Large Downtown Business Lot safe savings I II


I 3 Commerical Building Lots Work Guaranteed I Why don't you *',;z\:\ 5".3: : : t : . aiwl:! | CAWTHON STATE BANK

21 Beautiful, Exclusive Homesites
4 DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLA.
Property of Owner-Realtor BEN HILL Campbell Welding:
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKMember Member
Rt. 8, Box 143, DeFunUk Springe
10 A. M. Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Florida Phon. Florala 4-5691
2-STORY, MODERN Professional-Commercial Building at 234 ]Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
downtown Walton Beach: 7 office suites .
East Main Street in Fort
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Individually air-conditioned. 7 1-2 ton air conditioner also up-
n'rs. Private restrooms in 3 stores; 2 are equipped with 3-ton
air c.OU: H..Ull1:1'with/ cooling tower. Copper water, gas lines
ft fittings; waterproofed plastering inside and out. Steel-en-
closed plateglass at 4 enrtances. Concrete-block building, with 0 UR. i-t L IK1OYOU
steel-reinforced foundation, occuplies 50.78'x68' of lot 50.78'x
160.9. Rear storage building is 16'x32'. II

FANTASTICSAVWG'S ON EVERY CAR IN STOCK TOP DOLLAR FOR YOUR BADLY
11 A. M.
NEEDgfrfjfRADpsIN. DON'T WAIT FOR YOUR CAR TO DEPRECIATE MORE

LARGE BUSINESS LOT fronting 82 ft. on Ferry Street witha TRADE 'AND SAV "NOW. ITS A REAL DEAL FOR YEAR-END BARGAIN HUNTERS''
depth of 60 ft. on Perry Blvd. Just one block from cente rot By: M. O. "Buddy" Warren
this booming town in Northwest Florida. Going at your price.
One of America's favorite
GET CASH BACK IF YOUR TRADE IS WORTH MORE THAN
Dutch
Institutions
11:30 A. M. importation,-an the early coffee break IV E A C U IP11v' OUR LOW DOWN PAYMENT!

3 COMMERCIAL BUILDING LOTS adjoining the Gulf Federal periodically, comes in for a
Building on Perry. Will sell as one unit or as 3 separate lots to few licks from, the medicAl
high bid. Unusual business opportunity where property values fraternity. Recently in fact,
continue to rise. at the AMA's 112th annual
meeting, a noted doctor
claimed that too frequent
7:00 I'. M. IT
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coffee breaks might well start
21 BEAUTIFUL RESIDENTIAL LOTS in restricted Clover- one on the road to a peptic
dale Subdivision on Veal Street, 4 miles North of the city ulcer. It was claimed that
limits of Fort Welton Beach. Excellent property. Look it over consuming 10 to 15 cups of
now' . take your pick . then bid it in on July 25th! coffee daily will contributeto
though: not necessarily
induce, an ulcer.
LITERATURE AVAILABLEFor
Speaking of claims-SER-
Additional Information, Call VICE DRUG COMPANY can
Mr. Hill at CII-33932 OR claim that we go to any

length to provide the finest SEE YOUR MERCURY MAN
prescription service avail- I "
J. L. TODD AUCTION CO.OF able. If you are 8. strangerto
our store, drop in and get
}FLORIDA INC. acquainted soon at SERVICE

1006 16th St. St. Petersburg, Fla. DRUG COMPANY.This .

T.I.phon. 882.5548III Attention week's heavy household smokers:hint NIcotine -: Creel Ford Company Inc.,

.., Licensed Bonded Insured stains on fingers can
often be removed with lighter beFu..i '
Terms on All These Sales :fluid. k Springs, #10.11.
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for dlvoice has been filed against you faro will be entered herein againstSprings =-=
DEAL NOTICES in the above-named court and cause )'Ou.DONI I
lOud .you.aje required to serve upon : .nel ORDERED: at DeFunlak:
PlamuiCs. attorneys. a copy of your Jl"Jorlda' this tn. *" day "I
NOTICE answer or written defenses on or July 1964.
Election before the 31st day Of July. 1PM. and (Seat) E. LEO ANDREWS
Annexation Estate &
special September determine.t.... 164 whetheror Clerk lo '".of the this original court thereof Herein with tail\ sot the Walton Clerk of County Circuit Florida Court Eaton Real FOR ALL YOUR DRUG AND

An election to or a decree, pro OOUIMHO will be By: Colleen '
entered McDonaldW.
not Area Number 3, e portion of herein
land located In Bee. 39. Tw Went Sn DUNK: ANti'against OKDKKaD you.: : at DePMnlak Paul ThompsonDeputy; Clerk Insurance Agency PRESCRIPTION NEEDSKing's
:ai W.. Described a. the ,
Range t'lprlnK. llurida. Ibis the 30 day of Of THOMPSON A WELLS
IA or the Bast S:30nth".5 East Hof June. 11164. Attorneys for Plaintiff
the West W 3320 6creinoon 6u.liange E. LEO ANDREWS P. O. Box 87 .
21 containing Clerk of the Circuit Court DeFunlak Florida AUTOMOBILE FIRE
lees, also the North, Seat 44 9.1&23.3O
or of Walton It: July 1
of the North We.t % and the North 0'' h. AdIL1n.uu._Deputy:Clerk INSURANCEBONDS
M of the> North East U of Bectlon 2, Clyde H. Wells
'fw 6n. Rang :31 W.. containing 120 oi THOMPttON-WELLS. On Dean's List
acres more or less, also the North Attorneys lor Plaintiff
Wets K of the North West 14 of McLean Bldg. P. o. Box 87 Rexall
Section, I. Tw 6a. Range 21 W.. con. JUerunlak tl1>rm1(8. Florida Daniel G. Henderosn. son of DrugsCOSMETICS.
t.a1Dm. .o acne more or less, all of July 2.9.10.24 I
the above laud being adjacent to tb. ?%r. and :r.irs'uMack Henderson, We represent STROUT
Dreeent Incorporation: of the Townof NOTICE TO CREDITORS is amongthe University of Ten-
Paxton. Walton County Florida.This FLORIDA STATUTES
election will b. held tb..eo- In tbe Court of the County Judge nessee students whose cholastic REALTYIn
ond Tuesday In September which Is Walton County Florida achievements placed them on the
tb 8th day of September. 1964. tod.tami0S In Probate.
) If the reatdunts of said area In re: Estate of Dean's List for the spring quarterat Real Estate since 1900
No. a would approve or reject annexlog Willie Wins. Deceased U-T in Knoxville, according to
of said area In the Incorporate [ .
UaVing
limit of the Town of Paxton. Polling Claims Lord Demands! PeA ainstt Said records compiled by Dean of New Location
place) will be tbe residence of Estate Admissions Truman Pouncey. GIFTS AND CARDS
joel O. Thomas Paxton Florida. The You and each of :you are hereby Lake Stanley .
polling place will open at T.OO: ..m. notified and required to present any
close at 7.0O ptn. claims and demands -
and which you or
By direction of the Town Council either of you may have against. the DeFuniak Springs Fla.
July 0. ll 114. estate of WUlle Wlgga. deceased, late -- FOR ALL OCCASIONS --
Att..itClerk.Ton of of said County, to the County Judge First National .
PaxtonRalph of W00.County.. Florida at his. TW 6-4441
A. Adams office in the court house of Sold
Mayor Town of Paxton County at DeFunlak Springs, Florida Phone TW 4-2281
within six calendar months from the
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE time of the first publication of this Insurance Agency
Notice ia hereby given that X, Howard notice. Two copies of each claim or
"And)" Anderauu Bhertlf: of Walton demand shall be In writing, and shell
County rlorlda by virtue of an elate the place of residence and putt FUNXAK SPRINGS FLORIDA
execution issued from tb. bmail office address of the claimant and FOR
claims Court of Walton County on shall be sworn to by the claimant
February 28. 1004 in those certain agent attorney and accompanied bya
causes therein pending in which filing fee of one dollar and such: 'Is
Im.r, Bowers, d-b- Highway Super: claim or demand not so filed shall MARINE CASUALTY __ _ _
Service. DeFunlak Springs Florida was be void. .
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Plaintiff and U. H. Hub) Davidson I. K. Laird
warn defendant, and nave levied on As administrator of the BONDS AUTOMOBILE FIRE ,
and will cell at public auction to the Estate of Willie Wlggs HALF J J
tolgheet and. best bidder for cash in Ceased- .
front of the court house door in De- Clyde B. Wells INSURANCE ,. Jtao ...
Of THOMPSON A WELLS
Punlak. Springs. Florida during legal
hour of aale on July 27. 1UO4 the Attorneys for Plaintiff
following described property to wits P. O. Box 87
On Used (About 11152 or 1953) DeFunlak Springs. Florida First National Bank SIZES ,
Ford dual Wheel Truck with cab First publication July 9. 1B84 S.'rOlr WORK
FIX R WONDERS
and wooden body 8erlal No. .t:July 9.1833.30 -

FSOR3A... 18818, Wheel base 154 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE to j "DRAGON" with this AMAZING NEW

Bill of Bale at Cost of purchaser. Notice Is hereby given that I, How- }
Howard "Andy" Anderson ard "Andy" Anderson Sheriff of Wal- I PLASTIC TREATED FABRIC
Sheriff. Walton County ton County Florida by virtue of an makeyou HEDGE TRIMMER
4tJuly: J.9,18.23 execution Issued from the Small
Claims Court of Walton County
on .
IN THB COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Jun. 23.- 1964 In those certain causes fixed all position' handle
.
OP WALTON COUNTY FLORIDA therein pending in which Fisher Saves Me A Lot of llhtw.lhl1JV4' atCh
IN lilt :ESTATE OF RODNEY H. Hardware Company was Plaintiff and h.rd.n.d tatting blsd
MITCHELL deceased v. Johnnie Adam, alias Johnny Adamswas look ee8. hapdywp
NOTICE TO CREDITORS defendant and have levied on Money Too! Exclusive handle design fives firm, natural
All creditors of the estate of Rodney and will sell at public auction to the g rip, balanced
H. Mitchell deceased are herby notified highest and best bidder for cash in . control In all positions.
and required to file any claims front of the court house door in twice TWIg Interlock tooth design for even cut ,
' .Segalndstt- estate: : they mlrlceba DeFunlak Springs Florida during legal Why not save some of ting-no slips. Sevet hours of time, gives
; said In the hours of sale on July 27. 1964 the neater look to shrubs and hedges.
the County: Judge of Walton County following described property to wit: your hard-earned dollars as $24.95
Florida. In tbe courthouse at DeFun- One 1933 Pont lac. 4 Door Sedan, i
iak Springe Florida within six calendar Serial No. A8XH13945. Tag No. with a policy on your
months from the date of lbs 38W-1836 lovely
first publication of this notice. Each Bill of Sale at Cost of purchaser. home that covers fire
claim. or demand must be in writing Howard "Andy" Anderson theft liability windstorm i .
and must state the place of reddens 'Sheriff. Walton County
and poet-office address of the 4tJuly 2. 9. 16. 23 and many other NEW! ; "
claimant and must be sworn to by PS30 "' 1IVIDn'
the claimant.. his agent or his attorney IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF risks. Not the slightest '

to law., or it will become void according CIRCUIT WALTON OF COUNTY FLORIDA: FIRST IN CHANCERYNO. JUDICIAL obligation in giving us a ..M a 'TALL-OUT11'

June 30th. 1904. 8418 call.; GOFF'SReadyToWear LINING SHEARS
Brenda Joyce Mitchell WILLIAM W. ORIOOS
Administrator of the estate of Plaintiff. 1I1Ns1.11111s
Rodney H. Mitchell deceased VS. f\ Harris Insurance
First publication OQJ July; 2. IBM DOROTHY FAT ORIOOS.Defendant.
4t: JuTya.9.10.23IN O o D COMPUTI
THE: CIRCUIT COURT OF WALTON NOTICE TO APPEARTO KIT
COUNTY" FIRST: JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF : DOROTHY PAY ORIOOS

CHRISTIAN FLORIDA KITTURAH IN CHANCERY NO. 8414 you.Defendant... hereby herein notified: that. AgencyTW (Open Thursday P.M.) Power-bits pruning shears o 1 $ oo

tiZCAEPAliSKI.VS. complaint for divorce has been filed for clean cutting with less
Plaintiff against you in the above named court O
._ and cause, and you are required to 6-2451 effort. Handy
RAYMOND O. BZCZEFANSKI. serve upon Plaintiffs attorneys a TW 52210- N. 8th St. 3.50
Defendant. copy' of your answer or written defenses DeFuniok Springs Fla. thumb lock.
NOTICE TO APPEAR on or before the 15th day of
TO: RAYMOND O. SZCZEPANSKX. August. 1964. and to file the original .
Defendant herein: thereof with the Clerk of this court Repairs Large H...., te.*snel
You are hereby notified that a suit Herein taU not ors decree pro con- Slvsteel Out Areas
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