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: August 13, 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: VID00241
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: DeFuniak herald (De Funiak Springs, Fla. : 1992)

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County Sfh\J&IH\ cedule: '


College Bus Routes GivenJohn HERALD


Baldwin. County Superintendent Last Month's\ Rainfall -. ...,1 0

announces the following .
opening school activities for the Was Below Normal
1964-65 school year. t-:3l1 &

August 19-23 Pre-school for Contrary to what you may have a a

teacher*-All teachingpersonnel thought: about the weather July' ..'"" ") -- -- .

on job--each at his local school, rainfall was about a half-inch PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK AUGUST
VOLUME\ SPRINGS FLORIDA 13. 1961 lOc Number 36
with the exception of those granted below normal for the month. ..

professional leave to attend There were Iota of rains and School Leaders Football Practice

the CAEP Workshops la MarIanna shower during the month, but
and other authorized leave. most of them weren't very big. Attend lleetingWas : Starts WednesdayFootball Commission School Board

Rain fall on 22 days, but on
August 18-20-Two-day workshops -
for the seven-county area most of them then were only a Ruth Anderson Mrs. Jean practice will begin on ,

CAEP. at ChlpoU Junior College few hundredths of an Inch. Actually Kin* Edward NaU and Mr. Bernice Wednesday August 19 at 7:30 I

In rianna. there were only two heavy CaaweU arc attending ..m. .t Harbeson Field. All boys

August Orientation Luncheon rains during the whole month, school of Instruction sponsored by grades B through 13 who plan 1 to Council In Regul SessionsCity

for new teachers In county with 2.30 measured on one occasion the Florida Education Association I play football are urged to be present ;J r

for the first time this year. Place* and_1.30 inches on another. in Clearwater this week. at this first practice session
(There figures are furnished' Miss Ruth Anderson. Is president Two practice sessions are scheduled -
Hut Restaurant 90
West at 12:00: noon.on highway each week by radio WZEP. where of the Walton county Educa- each day with the exceptionof Council HadA School Board Mcr? Monthly Meeting of
weather bureau Instrumentsare tion Association; Mrs. Jean Icing Friday August 21. when only
21-Area I FEA MeetIng
August in Pensacola at Municipal- kept and records made every la vie president of WCEA Mr. an afternoon t'** io this planned. Busy SessionThe Will Continue Pry.;: ;rs County CommissionThe

day.) Edward Nail la FEA Director of Physical examination are scheduled ;
Auditorium at 9:00 CST.
: ajn.
August 24-Modern Mathematics The total rainfall for July was District I. and .In. Bernle Ca*- for all football players on newly-organized city coun- A routine meeting of tt: hoot County Commission held a

Workshop (One 'day) for 7.99 Inches, and the U. S. weather well .Is an officer of the FEA Thursday morning August 30. at ell met' Monday night In Its firs beam was" held in their' a at routine monthly meeting that ran

Elementary Teachers in Walton bureau gives the July average Department of Supervisor Director 8:30: pjn. at the Health Clinic. All i regular meeting sine tlio July the courthouse. Tuesday tone well up Into the afternoon.C. .

county 8:30: am.300: p.m. This for Walton county as 8.44 Inches- of District I. boy are required to have physicals election, with John F. Uludvsorth. resolution was un" n tusly H. Jenkins appeared' before

Modern Mathematic Workshop Precipitation has picked up before. they can participate the new president presiding over adopted the, board about a water problemhe
somewhat during August though and anyone not receiving' his examination the meeting.In It was to the effect that Hibl'
i in-service faces at his home In east De-
an training program
to familiarize teachers in the and it looks like we might make Paxton F. F. A. Newsy on the date schedule accordance with new policy reading will be continued In all Funlak Spring He said a drln-

the average for this month. will be responsible for making; arrangements adopted at this meeting the ses Walton county schools, and that ditch along the road to his
modern approach concepts vocabulary age
In Through the first 11 day of for his own examlnation. Ion adjourned shortly after I Ipjn. 10 there will be dully. prayer In each has been stopped'
terms, etc.. readinessfor Warren Nail. ReprtrThe property up
August a total of 4.38 inches of
Many recent meetings' have school.!
with the result that sever water
the new mathematics programto Paxton T. F. A. Chapter
rainfall has been
recorded. The
lasted until midnight or thereabout Further to Imllcntd how 'the
in the schools erosion has developed.<< The board
start elementary will be represented at the Wen
rainfall for this
average month In
WILLARD WILLIAM. *. board feels about this qucitloii.
said would look Into the
of Walton county' next year. Ifarold
Walton Florida Show by
I Is 7.77 Inches.Soil Dairy
county This of number '
was one a osuggestlona all meeting of tho school board problem.
24 teachers
August Negro mee Warren. NaIL Ronnie Hobbs
Day Mr. Willard Otto Williams ag made by Pres. lllud In the future be
will. opened
at Tlvoll High School for countywide I Water Ccnawnratlon Eugene Ganilltoao and Johnny K.: U. Craig, who has a machine
44, was found dead In his automobile worth. Any unfinished business a' with prayer.
meeting 8:30: a.m.-12 noon. Chrislaln. shop and manufacturing plant on
Supervisors To Meet In South Holmes county this time will be taken up Tater The bid of King *t. Cn was
25-Pre-School Choctawhatche Santa
August These boy. Harold Day. Warren : bay near
I Mrmday morning. He wa a native Some of the other precedura' accepted to furn'sh'! light bulbs
at First Methodist church. Florida's Association Nail. Eugene Comllllon andJohnny Rosa said the road Into his placeIs
of Soil resident of Holmes recommendations he mad school Their bid of
acd life-long for county <<
almost asked
DeFuniak at Impassible and
Springs on Circle Christaln will be Judge at
And Water
Conservation District K'UD.nd wa a World War II adopted by the council wore; Purchase 30( per cent off list price was low t from the board. It
8:30 a-m. 12 noon. Supervisors will meet this i the West Florida Dairy Show help was
orders to be used at ,11
August 26-School term starts Sarasota August 19 20. and 21 August IS. In Chi pl.,.. Florida. veteran. County NUl""rlntcn&h'n.John agreed his problem I Is a burl one,
Funeral services were eon.luct- times, with a few listed ex pep- llaUlwtn says five new "d-paa-
for students. for their lath annual Ronnie Hobbs president of the and' the board will Install culverts -
meeting. eel at 10:00: ..m. Thursday morning tlons. singer school billies will' be plc"wup !
and take other to
September 7-Labor Day If oft- Robert Paxton F. F. A. Chapter will measures
N. Morris of Tampa from the Northsld Baptist Hours of meeting to 'In from In Ft. Valley. Oa., on tart help out.
show four dairy cows! at the show
President of the FACD will pro-
day.Mr. .nnounces church: In Pone d* Leon with 7to10pm. Monday
Baldwin also a A of"II..nUnlt
aide over the administrative session -1 Re>w'. Malcolm Harris officiating. Council members will In".nthe This will bring the ('ount,'. group
tentative schedule for the bus to Mom Demonstration club In the
Graveclde service followed 'n cleik of business they feet of "huul buses to *
Mr. Charlie Vaat Passe any ( e up
run to the Ok>IOA-W.lton Junior county asked financial help for
"Our meeting this year will be Away Friday, August 7 the New Pone d* Leon cemetery' wish to prevent, that a complete total I of. AS, lUUtwIn' raid.11 '
24 b the
College starting August : concerned: about the problems and _. a building to put up at
with full military honors. program may be arranged and ----
( school site of fair be
6 mjn. leave Paxton high the building to
the challenge today to soil and his followed.A Revival" Gnxkln,
H* I la survived by widow .\ ( "
6:13: Campbell's Store >* Mr. Charlie Vest of Daytona used for meetings and a* a kit
water management. Morris said. Mr. Pearlle Mae WIIII.mfh.. card fit* system' on all city South llnpll,," t ChurrhKvrryone
6:23: Liberty school house. teach, passed Friday August
"Today's pressure on our land away eons: Roy. Dewey Otto Jerry employees be used, giving pertinent : I I. invited tn attend I
6:30: Walton high school 7. 1964 In the Veteran's Hospital
County Agent II. O. Harrison
and water rosouroa are bocom- Wayne, Wendall Wilbur and I In tor matlon Including the revival meeting at the Gaskin
720: Freeport high school. In Tampa. Florida. with them and told the
Inc more and more complex. Dally J.*.. Earl Williams, and one vacation time used.A Mouth' HaptUt ehvirrh beginning cam
7:35: arrive at OkaloosaWaltonJunior Funeral services held board the proposed building
new demands an mad on these daughter, Gloria Jean William, detailed record will be kp August 17 and I running.
College. Wednesday with 'the Quarter- would cost about 24.000 and
vital resource. City people and all of Pone d* Loon three bro- on city vehicles, and no riders .through August 31.Service ,
Those interested should contact mane and Cannfa Funeral Horn that half the funds could b* -
country people need to pool their thers: O. C. Wlllams. Ft. Pierce, allowed, except with certain ..xceptiona. will b* held' each evening supplied
the Supt's office before August 24 of Daytona In charge of arrangement by the state
akllls and unite their
Hubert Williams Geneva Ala. at 7:90.Itegular : .
in order that a estimate of the effort a* neighbors-and a* part- *. end Ralph William, of St. Louts A heC'kr all city streets wilt morning and evening It would seat about IOO people

number riding may be arrived at. ters. This can be don' through Mr. Vest ia survived by his Mo Also surviving I a his. mother be made by the strt-t superlntendent. services will be l held Sunday.. and Harrison said meeting of
Mr. Baldwin also announce a Florida's wife Mrs. Charlie Vest and a 20 to 35 agricultural worker
organUd Soil Conservation with schoolat
Mr*. Amanda Williams of Pone August 23, Monday"
few vacancies still exist In some daughter Mrs. Marvin O. Rlgdon could be held' then several time.
Districts"Sector de Leon. Hours will b fruit a ..m. to 10 am. and worship service at
of the schools but he believes James E. "NickCon- of Glasgow MOIItana.Casey's Comander Funeral Home was 1] noon and Ii'; '*n 1 to 5 pm. 01 II n,. and 7 I' m. N year.Th .

that they will be filled by the nor of Brooksvllle, Pridnt-d- In harp of arrangements.' Monday.. Tuesday' Wednesday and Rev, WlllUm (Tucker) A pi lln, commissioner said not
time school starts.
ignat* of the Florida Senate will Friday at the city halL and from Pastor much money la available at this

address the annual banquet on IGA Has .JULIUS. W. HtMfltLOMiami. a to noon on Thursday aid -.t-. time. hut the request would be
Dr and Mrs. Paul Langston and [
Thursday evening.Highlights New Market Manager urday. Formerly the city hall had Antronomlral. flub I rftft.ld.r..L
family of DeLand. spent the past
The board accepted the reslarta-
h ; wvefcvnd ... of Fridays _loft isled < :1utI is R.httetd. ego N.Want remained open on Saturday. alII tt m. Vide' Trip
with his moU> Mr*. annual atatwwta "Ball - .*. -. ///fi' tWr lion of t>.. Jam 1%. Crsiven a* ;
Conservation IIW .">w suburb of The Ws>Uwn enunty A \.__,-
Rosa Langiton ,Dr. Danarston ia .M,.. KAU .iW....... .tf .> ), acting health officer. IT* said he
Speb Contact for nlgn dMTuddentr. tn DFUn-' wa* * le ided. hut when. I eel Club met Friday night" al this

at the Stetson Dean of University.Mr. the School. of Musk school atudnt only This rear's. Ala, ** to OFuniak Springs, tab Spring. nrout. to Pnscola controversial' l la matters cum up In home, of Wayne W.......... This ..*. /In was Chlpley returning, a* of to September j private practice I. '
contact will feature Are u the new market for council meeting decision will meeting but'
and Mrs. Bobby. Dorsey of eight manager to visit relative*. a < our regular monthly ] A delegation. from th. Waff' on''
winner representing each of 1OA. lie baa worked for Independent If. had served the past six be delayed for at least :21 hours. the weather. prevented, our doing.ny .
chamber of
the county commerce
Lake proud parents
City are
Torida's soil and water COIUeI'Vation and chain Sand at.ona.. a* mayor of Biscayne Park In other action at the meeting. observing. f r :
of a daughter Sara Elaine. Mr. yr J headed by Ronald Wise. president
Are lie has worked for the a discussion was held Plan .1.l for a field !
** put seven and wa a member' of the fricounty on leasing were m* and
and Mrs. Cecil Dorsey haw Just appeared. asked the board for
returned from Lake City where Th Ladle Auxiliary of theFlortda years In the meat department, improvement committee' a* farbt..t Field the municipally-. ,trip to Florid Slat University J fund for paving .the runway. at

have been getting acquaintedwith Association will also meet i ion and 1* wU qualified.Mr. the Dd County reprntaUv owned' ball park to the county. 'to observe their radio ...tronnmylaberstery I the municipal airport.

they their little granddaughter. Thursday morning. Presiding Blcdsol I* married and baa Mr. RhflM was returned to f1nl! of education' at a price off W* will have a two- The city worked on this projectfor '

Among those from here attending over the Auxiliary meeting will two children and la a number of Miami for funeral aortic held 1 a year.A '. hour session. with ad.tllk>nl time< socn time. and got approvalof

the Lion's Club District CabInet be Mrs. John D. Fuqua of Altha the Assembly of God Church. His a t Van Orddl Mortuary.' Intel report will be md at the for question. matching fetter I funds but

meetings In Panama City on mother of Florida's youngest Congressman plan are to move his family br arrangements'' wen handled by next meeting.A W* 1I1.t l I he coming' per- the municipality was not abtC' to

Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Don Fuqua. st his earliest conwnlene II. the Comandor Funeral Horn discussion on a TV cable .acid. meteor shower which will: Mil up Ito shar*. WU said this

Uishop, Loy. Carton Jack Expected!: to attend the meeting Invite the public U com by and franchise& will "I... be herd" at the be "t .its beef on the morning ol' could" lie reactivated If the rommlwloners -

Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil 'from the Choctawhatche: River get acquainted. and wish* toremind MU Ifl Campbell I* vtaltng next **tln,. and all XMnpnl. August 12 between mklnlght *rv1rtuwn. . molt supply about I

Dorsey.Mr. Soil Conservation District are J. the public that all meat relative In Ocala. Fl*. interested will be Invited, to "tie They spent an average ol 133.00(1.

: and Mrs. Ty Fleming hadas D Wooten Jr. and Carl Edward Items are guaranteed as to quaty Mr*. Adrian Rlvrd and Mn..J. .er.eeril. a mete per minute apparently Ire pointed mil that airports arc

guest last .week. Mrs. R, 1C. m; and freshness, or your money T. McCasklll spent part of lastweek The stop signs on H.'**'" ave. coming from the nx>rth*.,tern shy.. beeomlnar more and more essential

Pippin and Mrs. Ray Holloway ftOBBRT W. PARISH cheerfully refunded. In Birmingham.matad nu. will b* operated 21 hour a All star Mfer* will efilny- watch mutt that a crest mane fire of

of Panama City.Southwide Mr. Robert Wyatt Parrtsh age day .In the fut'...*. ror ,In* pastseveral .ins th.- If w* hv a clear shy, pln* cannot; land on th* clay

1.. died' suddenly Wednesday rcy weeks caution fghta have W* welciim one new member, unway. ,* now In us*.

morning A native of Holmes i. 1 . been used from 7 pm. to 7 am. Chris lowlierWat Th. north-anuth runway I le
,.. ..,W. ... W...... II. ." .,
but Ui* council decided this .
county Mr. Parrtsh had operated *rrangement .. SHOO feet In "length, and the ....-
a grocery' store In the Glendale was not satisfactory.A -- '- ---. west on* rnoaaur J9AO feet.II .

community for the put eighteen ".dAJ' period WM: then& for I on ( ,.unl, was pointed out thai' the city

years and was a member of the ,: customer.. In Wet DaFunlakprlngs C'rtamiMrr nf (Commerr' would probably. give, the property.

t. BapUst church' at Glendal. ,.N tA connect with.. the now. Cummunlly ( ...I..nd..rule. tit the county.Th. .

Funeral service were conducted ewer line without paring. a tapIng .\ $1:1usr.: zn e mm Us loner.* all agreed

r Se a, at 3-OO: pjn. Thursday from fe*. en the Importance of the .improvement
( the Gendal Prbv4eria church, -'- r A discussion was hon. per.Ind August 17-' .r ru.k' fjane..4 00.Aug. but .tressed the fart 'thai

.r, r with Rv. Hobaon Vann and Rv u"bI.d| ) street from"' Circle I la- ,TunUk" Eastern, liter they are new working on a very

R. M. McDanlel and Rev. / B. 4 !ne *r. Drive. to Park. avenue, and a report -.,. O.KI..12II.. tight budget. and woubl' find l II

V llrmlnham official' ting:. Interment' r -sr i< on IK* **tin .1..1| cost will : very. hard to com up with 'that

,,.;, followed In the Glendale Cmtery. .- neti be mad at the $...l.mber mln lair.7ou.Aug. much> In#_".
;; aiY wtth Comander' Funeral *. 19*..Ptl/ "<_I3 . The present budget .U 4* mill. Horn directing. f. i ..r + r e 1 tllda for a new motor grader M a. Wtotton IJon- lit **cpl for. three precincts In south
M .
R R.nt H* .U survived" by his wife. will be opened at this meeting August JO- New Tether r nt* Walton. where an MMitlnrai tn

+ frs.. MoU ParrUh. Glendale. t1 and ,It 1. planned lo dlcua the I tlon_LuncH-1300. __ mill was overwhelmingly' ve<**d,
, sa on son: 'Wyatt Parrtsh. Glendale i ,4r garbage Collection contract at this ..- . few m *nult.t Control.l. asset the

'on* daughter Mr*. Eldred Urne. / ommlaslon. agreed th.y wnt' lUt

ton. TnonvsrvTO Ala. two hold' the mllUg at the present

ther: C: S. Parrlish. ."'....ced-I. It tgur*.
IveJlPreJicJusot. A..w.. .
and M. J. ParrUh. .""" ... The did ay. though they

........ and two sisters; ....., '..j ,,1\ Earopasent . would. see If *Mvl.rv road fun'U.MtUt

Lillian CoroaUson. La V'g* t .. boa seal for this purpose'' .
Kev, Msd Mrs J. W.' ,Je sun.n,4 4 Pese.ts> of all. p-rhM .nil. or I they might 'try I to borrow the
Baptist dAft who will begin school' fur .
Perry. Fla. There are four trend sum.
I Revival Meeting I children. the first tlm In Tlvoll. ."lotneftUryswnool ? A bill for t134O from Ol-

tnis ,-** and wed ..... bway Insurance Co. for right .f

Revival servk. win begin ataouthwtd ,..... Walton Oe4**.e* 1 sot been ewcil4, w. renbid.d way' pr.Mtirn\nl! and isgal! fee..

Baptist church Sunday. Walton county graduate wed* to bring tfcotn for onr Usn* it from .. on highway. pmjoet on U, !M. >3ls.

August !. at I1:*O ajn, and rc*
continue through Friday August sssrrfcii* for Florida State t/i.<- ;:,;, Aucuot |7 and 1C. I .tech rrtmse .f'IIiI" 'tut' .tUt''ljr soul .InveatUation.'
i+,e ea afiamld a.>* bnMigM along: a* the
amemleston' t.
2*. verrtty' held at Desk CajnptMrUtdKim '';' Th w r.
Services will bolo held nightly tn Tallahassee. were ,, ,,','. 'II .-: .w- of the ago of IK* *MW. .. sehool. homed asking permUtlontw ,

.t 7:00: pan., except' for the Sunday Carol Jon**, Vivian. Thayr and c/ ;" '" ', fnylcl ...n>.tnotlon* foe ..**- ..", tree. the. West P-runUh !Springs
: shoot rtelldfon.. from U "
morning nnHsugTh Mary Baiannon Rrland. *tt of eaaiMy elementary wheel a* a voting
speaker for these rwlvalmeetings wine rc*< *d diploma for a r, look nv. boon annoMSMonl tae place for Pv_'ln t . ..t .. August 19 by the eau..ty .*alth A good the rwmty
/ will b* Dr. .. r. Hail- BecbeJw w sn..w. ....- from- t. r.pmon
ford. Pastor of Furssaau MrmorUI I IJw stheai e6 ........-: '.-...... a.y t(11Wta Town Wide Revival Jail w*. r elv*... sad! t** beard

Baptist churcta of )II.... aOtaMtoa. Pirtur4 share I. Chart Der- the.. T. r. CoopsCTfl.IM In IN v.Htl to pwrtrt*** two dump.
aA.tadi.. -- ...-- ...... ncc de J Iron .
s. c eeeetw*.saey ....... 0 district rep.eataU.0 to .... deaity ... fleet fan ttaswtaeea .paJ. woke. free district 4 and ..

Dr. IfallJord I BJ lo ... Fee ........... .. --
strangwr 1 ._ Mor Dtvtotoss. ptauj e aam >rgda. o-w. -n.dI >OITAI T MOTIC IWvtvtf, ..rvhr.* wUl: be .hold

this eomnawnity. Havtag. educt- The wedding 4--1'' of Mary' .. Mr. nkr CwO a trvpkywon new & deUwsse .... al.aodd seed., a large tens In --. de lot,.. Lets levee spent last weekend

ed revival i*h ss a* th* paw Helen Betty Ie 3____ ArecyCerr.ella. by Baker Caw O Meter. .*j* *..>atloi set .* by prowrtwl. es.Metkn easy :1A..,..... 'IR1.. Thin. with ..... son and family.' Mr.
and Dr. rfettlortf I* formerly ., w1D be lies! S.t'Iernbar ContpMty III fsisasrt- *.!*. .... Beek 'Mirror Dlvkias l.. and Jones Jr of Free.pert .
shod Mr .
from Panama CHy. 13, 194.. at .-. _. 1st the. e-L .
ton '
** fy, first tan ffctt grade tit .-. 4.* Leon.Thdirp. .
The paw *std aambr of Firs 8cit CHwrrh at Troy. Thin tiesAy .. a* award Sr 1A add/tkeq to ... tspby. . so Okas. raft will fe* ..... at WaltuwIfoalt lieu, Sari .f IWtKalCnvrtto
Soarthwtd B*.41H ttXirsh _..... AIL sale *
eat* * trip wee wen by to ...
eAWd s rely t>e *ruasai<, IfovtllMr Baptist .ear a.. l_". will Wrck'n. Weather
a hearty tsrraatten ft* Ik* 1w'OIe Dtvsiewa JIUIr lutsag the tsp dealer V" ....., F'taerisaeds SOS Steen. W.da..dey ........ be ow .....WIU. .. The Sent will
./ this roavMsmMy ft* attend tame COMB OWC. cows ALL 1ft their gee. M. eles. derfstg d. se.... .... ..,... wero we.Ly AIICWC I. at .2 s en.Pe .. be ...... t
*> Germ from tJW nsMH ,
e..eUaga. INKS no** FRY this ......... There ___ M Huryr 8e7-.r ... Date High Low Main. .
ATUMOAVtrr. este aaeuN "tIIC child JIlt ar.c... a.....
Deal" .iea .. h.>lt'tpe: "laCItu.c toe (... W 1lhsraa.M August a M'.U'
ad., tys.i esaeiwatinn may bratow. ..," .... begin. . evening' ..tTeo.
MA8OII.C mortem sagee6q. . .... Cm Mss M '... -. ". ca.-a aght .... ..... .... ........ gtnro4 5egi+us,. . ac..r"a.c aervlase. 00 73 1.13
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Indian Craek Baptist Church
Wilbur Kelly. Pastor .' ; . !'' w r

Dub Lana Baptist Church + .o C t 'r,' w e'Santa ti
Pallor, OrvU. >Millar K .".,... .

Ron Baptist Mission ,. .J .
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Rer. Marvin Taylor .;

First? Praafcytariaa Church i "r.., ; n 4 .. .
DaTunUk Spa. FlaOarte g :
Carols DrlYa ,tJ : .
Thralhald, Minlatarrraahytarlan f f. .
W. ,
awu > ChaaalBaTamiak '..x'y ,' ",. '.
Tir.l..a-aa Road } I'8ottap ''': '''.!'
Ha. 1.t'. 8
sale W. Thralkald ......... ti" r-? ..t.. F'- *,-,.""."..'.{. h.
t "Y yF;' ;'
Xwfcaa V. Praabytarlan Churchrraaport 7
Prasbytarlaa; Chorea :I .,._
Olandala PraabytarUn ChurchBad i je yr
Bay Praabytarian Church
John M. Ash, Mlnlstar ); .

fatal AflMha'a aaal ChwrahBav. r r.! ', ; -r
MUamrH A .
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a....... ......a..Ia. "Let's find a new road I" That' a gam* we play often when we take a ;;" ,..;

B. Blrmlnahajn, Pastor ... ANEW family ride. ':. ,. ,

Stona Baptist, Church '. These little journeys of discovery have led us to some beautiful, serene 1.:"' ..

,Rv.:copy Black Pastor the sections .ofhlourh community that we n.wuwouJcluve' seen if we'd stayed on .: ; ,';::-- .

Maw Haraaoay BaytM CkaiiRav. + busy .

Kannath JUckUghtar ROAD" At times, life Itself can item like a crowded noisy highway. The years W t '

Oak Ocara WaUla Baatlat Pastor ChunkKcnnath 4"," rush by .. we promise! ourselves that some day we'll take the time to look :t J, IF

Paataai' BaptM CkwnkCharlc .. around us and try to understand where we are and why . but worldly in-

Kcrhy, Pastor .; teresta tend to fill every minute to the brim. W. wonder why the pleasures .

1'l wsal. Rry. w w ta11r.1 that we work so hard to obtain fall to bring m hen eea . and we sense that S
Rav. Joss K1acb1a' life has a deeper meaning if we could ted It. 'r .. e
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t J rvcraan.scant Orova Smith,"Baptist Pastor Church : .,-. ., ... The Church can guide you and your family to a new wonderful road. J ;.,. I '

aad Say 'Ba Us* arlri w Discover the warm fellowship UM renewed" courage, the refreshing peace of 4" .t
R.v. T. R. mind that grow from 1FvbenJtlp,7081' Bdlghtecfeood church.+ .

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-. ", bilities: of poultrymen. and a Wilt New Oat For Revival' 18 when J. A. Hinderer delivers Miss Frances Louise Wise arrived
yardstick: for measuring advertising Infection of mimosa trees occurs: At Sandy Creek Church the feature address "Peace Among home Saturday from Miami
effectiveness.- primarily through the! rcots Asa Men of Goodwill or Armageddon I where she has been attending
County Agent's Notes Those desiring to attend should result the browning of the out- The' Sandy Creek Baptistchurch I -Which'" summer school
contact the County Agent. side wood is often more evidentin would like to announcea Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Frank
Oscar Harrison I the roots than In the area new date for the revival services -I Mrs. R. E. Mitchell Sr. is owner of the Western Auto As-
MIMOSA WILT parts of the tree. It may not show which will be held on August spending the weekend with Atrs\ socates Store entertained their
Walton county gardeners have up in the smaller branches until 23 now. I I D II. Wise. employers and family at their
-e..w been distressed In recent: years to the disease' is in the advanced AJso there will be a ground I Bar Grove Cottage on Thursday.
see their mimosa tree die due : stages However even in the early I,cleaning on August<< 22, and everyone Miss Kathleen Drake of Pensa- Mr. Howard Griffith and Mr.
PUrtoa. . to wilt This disease has been stages it is normally! present in is Invited. cola. visited with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Leaman are attending a Me-
Agricultural 1 >Kt n ln Srvte the Leon Drake. Mr. and Mrs. Jim
epecially prevalent in West Flor- lower trunk. \, ollough Chain Saw Work Shop
ida. Once mimosa wilt has attacked Contact the County Agent<< If Jehovah's WitnessesTo and other relatives over held in Birmingham.
wan.. Cw.ty ...rd of Cm_i-'__ ...- a tree, no known treat- you want wilt-mfotant, varieties Attend onvt'ntlon weekend.
I I ment will stop the disease.
The first symptom of the dis- I Final plan have been concluded
COMMITTEE ELECTION the 23rd annual Florida 'Poultry I etse shows up in the wtl'ing: of : bv the local group of Jehovah's
Walton county farmers are re- Institute August 24th through the leaves on one or more branches. Witnesses who will attend the
mined that ASCS Committee elec- 28th. The foliage hangs downward and annual district convention to beheld READ THIS
tions will be held this month. Some 400 poultry producer the wilted leaves shrivel and fall in Montgomery at the Coliseum -
hese elections are held to choose from throughout the state are The wilting gradually moves to r August 13-10'.
farmer committeemen who wiU expected to attend the three day other branches until the entire Peter Nelson presiding minister
serve for the next year as local gathering at 4-11 Camp MrQuarrie tree is defoliated. Death follows from the group dl!cussed the subject IMPORTANT MESSAGE
administrators of National Farm in the Ocala National Forest. defoliation usually within. year of "Proper Christian Con-I
Programs. The Extensive program wiU after the first wilting appears. In duct" at their last meeting in the
Members of the present com- feature a wide variety of subjects some cases, trees my dU in a Kingdom Hal I
mittee are Dewey lams. Ray Including how to make farm year or two. The 8.OOO expected to attend the BELTQNE HEARING CLINICAt
Ealum and Fred Spam. management decisions: lights for The primary internal symptom Montgomery<< assembly will com
poultry houses poultry diwixos nf the disease is a brown color in principally from Mississippi. Ala- I The Adams Motel
POULTRY INSTITUTE and i sradtea!' balancing the books he outer part of the wood. Where banta Louisiana Florida and
Problems facing Florida's 47- ' millon dollar poultry Industrywill mixing of feed, current egg marketing I i' may be safely assumed that the ...... AAA TIAmC SAffTV The convention will be concluded -
receive car.ful study during problems, legal responsi tree Is affected with Fusarlum Nina CON UT Sunday afternoon August: Fri., Aug. 14, from 10 n.m. until 1 p.m.
Mr. A. W. PlKott. certified (tearing Consultant,

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:' PUBLisHiSB Zft*i: TfetfttSDAY: ; r- Dell'ITItLAICillPIl1NG11:1. 7.ODtIDA -_,

activities 5:30: p. n. -uth Choir Rehearsal
n n Betting Florida highereducation:' The system First Methodist Church Ne.. Cburcto- Cchool Promotlon.Dey.August motion Schedule Day of Sunday Services: 6.-OO: p.m. Methodist outh Fel-
;; ; 30.. Mr. Jack I
THE n I School. Icwship.
,of administration, lack of financial support -, Little, ChM"1:**. School Superln- 9:43: ajn. Church I
The and bU will 7.-00
pastor family Worship. : pjn. Evening
Combined with THE BREEZE jr .atmosphere coDcernijig, academic,Jfree- be attending the Southeastern tendeat,,,U,ta,charge of the Pro- UOO: ajn. Morning .. Worship
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'. DeI 'uniak"Springs, Florida ff dom and Hhe'trimester aystem. Jurisdiction Conference on Ev-I I - -
angelism at Lake Junaluska II
Published Every-Thuradsy at I
Our ,personal beliefds that the Board of August 14-21. Guest speakers will
,DeFuniak., Florida JUNIOR COLLEGE
Springs Control has hurt the cause of education in preach in his 'absence this Sunday ''"I ,OKALOOSA-WALTON
Completely Coven Walton County Trading Area The Rev. O. M Sell of,Anda VALPARAISO FLORIDA
the state, rather than, further it, and has ,
From Alabama to, the .Gult.rOf..Mexico lusia will preach at the.' 110: f
made some unfounded 'remarks about the"ultraliberal" service and the Church Lay, Lea-
Second-Clau ,Postage Paid -
atmosphere at the college, der, Mr. Tom Lathlnghouse willspeak EVENING PROGRAM ,
H. C. STORKS, Publisher 1024-1993>> at the 7:00 service.
HOWARD STORRS, Editor, Publisher and from the little .we know;' about it, we Plans are underway for the ob- a aI

SUBSCRIPTION: "**"* thjnk he, is correct in listing the trimester I REGISTRATION AUGUST 21 & 22 one of the problems.. Apparentlyit "". HUMIDITY mmi-
Walton .Adjoining, : Counties..H.OO Par Yeas .
is.; not,,iliked* by(either faculty or' .tudenb
Other {. ,93O Bsr Year wIN3LOWWTeU Credit Courses
and .bas failed in: its avowed purpose. _

Bible Verse 1 IIIIJ'I" B1JUf.! k ->Ap 101--. Typewriting ((3)) Co 201 Creative Writing ((3))
."The governor: forced the trimester sy- Co 213 English Literature ((3))
Surely every man a vain show: LET THIS BE SOl! .Ap :103 Shorthand ((3)) '
!* ttem; Cross said. "The result ia factory as- .- Sm 107 Foundations of Advanced
surely they are disquieted in vain:'he heap 161..' Electronics ((3)) Mathematics ((3))
s i embly line'speed-up.' It-is the flop oftJ1 -Ap
eth up riches and knoweth not who will I Sm 131 General Botany ((4)I' )
century 'as far as sound education) I.cerned I.. Ap 219 Community Health &
gather them-PH. 39:6: Sm 201 Plane Analytical Geometry
--oOoV. .*' ,. -Recreation ((3) ((3) '
mat Business Law ((3)) 203 Differential Calculus ((3)
Ap 235 Sm )
Gems of Thought . Here is a statement from a paper-b& .
I 237' 'Busines Management ((3)) Sm 231 Genetics ((3))
The force of one's being If, .it has any books) we read recently, regarding 'the :trf* Ap So 211 World Civilization ((3))
251 Accounting ((3))
force, must come from within.--Clark meater.ay stem..Apparently the author livta' J Ap So 214 Current World Problems
Co 101 English Composition ((3))
e in Florida and, he has ((3))
we presume a son or
.1..V."LAWSON.' OWNERWED.THURS..FRI 1 Co 105 Effective Speaking ((3)) '
So 231 Educational Psychology:
Our remedies oft in ourselves do lie daughter atteodJoip D4t.Ot..ow.ta.ta.. : u
Co 125 Elementary Russian ((3)) ((3))
which we ascribe' to heaven._Shakespeare sities. Here ismhafhe'had-to-say about the -- .* i

--oOo-- plan: "It is rail fetionallttOf..cour
'OPENS Non-Credit Courses .
Let others sing of knights and paladineIn it is like what w.*. have donet' 5:45 P. M. I Nc 1 Data-Processing.Concepts Nc 8. Interior'Decoration '
accents and untimely words .
aged Forced
; growth undu.optJnwlJconditions, so '
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Paint shadows in imaginary lines, that in eight*weefcsjthey .rsrreadytfor; the' r I Nc.2Coptemporary* -il B. Culture Russian Nc 9 Glamour] Clinic

Which well the reach of their high wit re- mechanical picker.. .The most forlorn and a,ono w-.waa, I Income -
Nc 3' Ceramics Nc 10 Prep of Tax Forms
cords: comical statements rare..the ,once made by raas .
8\ Nc"dirr'r-FIower'Arranging" :) '
Rut I must sing of thee, and those fair eyes the..grateful irOUII&'IwbO''M7, Now,.I,can be I* ...Nc .flLAirr: ,Clothing Construction Nc 11 Practical Politics
Authentic shall my verse in time to come: ready in twoyearaiaod....niner inonth rto jg.. .:'rep:Nc :.QMtrteUpholstery! Nc 12 Calculus t I Review i

When yet th' unborn shall say,, "Lo where out and earenailhriaerather. ,>than\waatlny, t\\. NcVRtwt" The-Decision-Making Game Nc 13 Drivers Education! '' "

she lies four years In-college. Jjjj <*'Computer Base) Nc 14 Nutrition ", .:: ,4$ '' 4

Whose beauty, made him speak that else was ..EducatJo..i..thiag..whlch..hould. : be I ., il" ...'
dumb." from the .... .... earning living . ..... Cut here 'f Tj* ,
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These the the trophies erect -
toefetherefor. It-neede jcontemplationi '
not a w 1tAP---.aatm eaxottww.wi -- - - - - - -jiT -
That fortify thy name against old age; fallow periods the measured and guild ''toO37.

And these thy sacred virtues must protect ed study of the history's reiterationof e !''SATURDAY J Please complete this form and return it to the college. .
Against the dark and Times. consumingrage. 3 -BIG FEATURESNO.
the most avonlziayiqueetion of all )Vhy
: 1 r ""''NAME: _____________________ ADDRESS-: :: :. __
Today the gead oneett the"one"whowant to 1, .

Though th' error of my youth in them ask why, find+no COM around, with any in- TheC.ardlnalee- Inet ...._JI'OWN: ______ --------.._....-.._ PHONE:._.________-______-_._-11'_"____
.. appear, terest in anawerinr-the question, so they TAMMY > : .'

Suffice they shew I lived and loved thee dear. drop out because theirs is the type of mind -Samuel Daniel which become. monstrously bored at the .:TELL ME TRUE

---oOoIB -- trade school concept.: A devoted technician Is I. Dhi: : PLEASE: LIST ANY OTHER COURSE OF INTEREST: __________________ -
It In Code? seldom an educated IsBftiuJIe: can be-a*useful IN COLORSANDJULDEE''"

Here is an air-mail letter we recently received he
man a contented man, Jbusy\. .maruUut .
and we publish it in the hope that has''I>no more sense ofi the mystery+wad.won. ''NO.2'

perhaps some of you may be able to figure der t land paradox oibazistenee: khan does one

it out for UH: of those chickens fattening itself for the 1I

t Sir. letter to the editor: The honourable mechanical plucking freezing and packaging

editor, DeFuniak Springs herald DeFunl- ." '

ak Springs, 1-,,,., United State of America, ''DOa ,, rr ....
USA... The wVU\\ known dimity\ -personality Guarantor off"a.'Vva...._ -
.J/or/( In West, Indies definitely my prefer Somethlnarecently''dl<:'< : y''theBooneville ': N0.3 ..

able preceding/ (this is the second of those. Ind., Standard, should. tJe.'J'eDMmbered."One . .P k

r letters. we have received) 'letter at precisely of the mosK. ,important byproductsof ,h PLANNING
(y "
4 according to my satisfaction and systemat- advertising I. tkstA.sierlc.n concept of t} I-!.;.' "'!
ically without in order to retain the sincerityand freedom of tho press. ,f'l"eedom'ot.the pressas ,,' TO

flowered how be It because now'and' It Is conceived inbtfce*EagUsh.", paking '.. BUILDREMODEL I

again and later international friendship in world .from adver

j the moment. to nrou'l'I' astonishment of your tising. From -the timi f'th American ""f+ 1 y '' OR
courteous in reality readers of the authorized -
olutlon until abottt 1080( American:journal. raw ;
and eligible newspaper I offered you lAm twas represented a pmCusLonioftSmalj. : ?

usually full flowered satisfaction gifts read.. and|highly biased political'tiheeticJIoweverJ -

mess", to accept the responsibilities and the when expanding bualn.u.ftrma-recognized 8UN.-MON..TUES. .9.. ,f .

abilities of exchanging the entire best qua the need for reaching'-.a, *e r
lity and superior double articles for: Fish publishers found a neutral and i TUSK ,. I ...

lamps virgin wool gabardine slacks ebony variegated *ourc.. ef support which made i A&V ?Tll[ 1 .. "" 4' at

I images, light weight wool slacks, size 1, regular them independent. I 1 serMUUt -'

wall profiles soft knit sweat skirts, "Indeed, advertiaingimadei, hnperaUve ..

masks. texturalized linn-ton shirts skin that the newspapan should thlnjc'\ in terms" '"':. . ..." .

handbags<< sport shirts, swade shoes, Inter- of serving thewhejB: public. Asisroyeramehas i Are t 4 :. J1f : '

lock knit wear shirts, picturesque bulky pat ibecome morrisMimplex, as law and rut M attfF

tvrned wool pullover shirts, ivory carving, by bureaus and SBgencies have /Ismrveone L nw \ (

plaid checked coats. skins jacket dinner
sport there is more trusaiever a need for a press
jackets. ivory swords, luxurious nylon free from control, polltieat'mteresta. 1

jackets. .skins crocodiles seersucker reversible ... "Such a peels ...ta..oDly where advertis.imr .
jackets, animal skins,bulky wool ewea*
support has made. t OOtblefor a rmbllcatlon -
ters size 30 regular,, dagger knives,""woolen is aeneU.h., public" thout'"tear Is on''her wayCL'EOPATRA

hats size 1-t regular, bows and 'arrows authentic favor.:' "
or : WE WILL
Western belts size 32. eoOo> -- r PAY UP TO

Almost apologeticallylt me confess candidly More and Mora :$10323 'TOWARD
that extraordinary I.U.'of' pen relationship The Citizens Public>> F.zperwitWre'\ Surrey\ "

must, philosophically.r>affiliated reports that.' .boa' $9 of every $100'you OF YOUR TOTAL

to aIr-mall which Is.25 centa half-ounce accordingly. pay in federal taaj. '.......a IMeafederal '-, Exclusive, with ,".'.. t. & ELECTRIC
aid and the total Is expected to reach, the F - HOME!

A whirl of applause arouse' for you, fur- Imoat Incredsjtfe figure( of $10.6 billion' in Nationwidet t

ther more enthusiasm and generosity alao..*, fiscal 196 Jy way of comaariaon..that is . qr
your waiting iai,rewarded aa, fromhence four times IU size 10 yeare ago when federal .' ,. to Our bell new z.I4a1Ua1.&1d.nU&11dnc Plan wax deafened
crt familyttapetsatk Y : cuaimera build or modernize
forth; never you failed >to-.reeognise my aid came to $*., billion. I for ALL-BXCTRIC LXTTNO. A home

greatness and let me enjoyed my-popularity I To add one more revealing state then OWDII'wIIo qcalinea may recetre conPtete -

while ,It ,can laat4ri.VFhnkaLexpree, { ,1'1''; )' are at .least. &9 pn> rame.*ar federal assistance . -{ bniwpinrer XacillUea coznprUtrHee .
gratitude., adios to you all in, the West to atate and local) fjsjvertuneata. : ; t *- : .. '. eotI uK tJ::,. DOwei'catnmee panel raltwd wiring at vp
Indie. Junold Lawal. more and more.. In the works.I t a >f lOLio
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Beats us. I Apprcntly. Congrsam.aeklom looks back to c
-_---oOo-- -- Fee If the aid pn> adqs. U are actually Idea foe a M' 'see' e .. *JOQr Dew lime total clCCU".ci

That+ Trtn..ter Hyutrm, doing what they wre. + supposed to dot. And >' {. agaiaMbodily Idt7
' paowctMM ( a.cJua1nl7 far
Secretary of State.TuM.Ada1lUl ha* tak we all know that oats started! 'XTty-fs r of uijury and ualat [ ; '. '.'rJ" \ tl eookSng.-'OaC&l1 Urns.paa en- .

en issue with Goy f"'krri.IBl''aat taejardinc such programs ever end. li 'enreJ drb,ra. Par. daily s. JWTW* Mg eaTSncs> araCaUa on this
higher education in the atat., specifically i IA propoMd bUt.... for pertooje.i CongV. dbabtlirf sad. *w reiinsinTii trtrtng plan. Pbone or
referring to the resignation of lYes. Black- atonal& review i .4aderal. grant-ln'aW 'pro Ask for ?....*/*. drop Ira OV odes today tar fan dttalU IPOXVBR I
well of FSU. Now Sen Crt ..of Alachua 1
fl < grams. Thla la .raaod hsRraad tM money 1 .
county hat sided with the Secretary of State savings that.,mtghtireeuiVcoald a*,Just a Norm WeiwBU I GULF coiviivvcsrv'

charging the Governor "with a complete' l lack small part of the at.,-*.) way.thing. area .l, 1'* .

of understanding ,of what higher[ .education going- & state and locaVtfiovernraenU' hi DehaIaILg ......... *. t ; ., .4'gOLtmnC''I + _.

#( U" and adding that Bryant MJooks. II high ,the) course of time Lsrneae: ) snirely m aning* Florida I .: .

J d\. .r education a* a highly+centralized opera: IM anachronisms totally """"ted '" s : .,,! .: ;. w: : '
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.-Paul Teelin, Jr. visited in Troy, Rev. and Mrs. Richard Blud- Miss Evelyn McCaskill who haa APARTMENT FOR-RENT:-United > THREE BEDROOM HOUSE for
here with her Farm Agency. Phone TW 4- rent $50.00 month. $4.00O to sell
Ala. the summer
worth and children spent
i are spending
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Miss Janice Clayton visited her this week in Panama City due to I mother Mrs. R. E. L. McCasklll. 7631. third house on left behind Tastee
Free Call MU 2-3228 in Crest-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E., Clay- the death of Mrs. Bludworth's Is returning this week, to her
__ . I ten over the weekend.Mr. father. home in Jacksonville.FOR . NOTICE view after 9 pjn.
- - - - - - - - -
..REGISTERED ARABIAN Stallion 7:30: 86.: 13, 20 chg.
and Mrs. Chuck Peebles and: Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Hardin
Linen-Shower Compliment CAMPBELL-McLEAN REUNIONThe SALE: 'sr RENAULT. at stud. Finest blood lines.
daughter Vicki of Torrance, Calif., were visitor In Pensacola on CASH FOR LATE MODEL
Miss Jean llrannon I spent last. week with Mr. and Monday of this week. I runs good $75.00.<< :See Richard Carl Young. Ph. Glendale 859-: 1W58
Campbells and the Mc Mrs T R. Pittman. The couples Friends of Mr. Joe Walls will Varin, Jr., on Hlway 83, Glendale 2325. Aug. 6,13,20.27pd cars, up. Buying for
Eastern and MIami> < markets. If
Miss Jean Brannon, brideelectof I Leans will get together next Sun- had shared Road. 8:13.20,27.9.3pd: :
| an apartment during: bo to know
glad he ha returned TWO bedroom
FOR you nave a used car' to sell, call
10 for their annual
of Geneva, was day, August ,
Roy Rodgers World War
Two and had not seen home from the Baptist hospital in block lot 116x
cement house James
honored with a linen shower at reunion at the old historic Euchee each other In 19 FOR SALE OR RENT: THREE Hussey TE 622718 ajn.
years.Mr. Miss Maude Saunders left FrI-: 210 feet. Four miles to centerof till 5:30 l2
pjntu :31pd
and half
Center Valley church. bedroom home bath a
the Samson and Mrs. Mayo ;Statz and day for Tallahassee to attend the
395000. $350.00 down
Saturday night, August 1. Festivities begin with Sunday I Jerry have just returned from a graduation of her' niece. Carol living room, dining room, kitchen town. mon'Ji. Call TW 6- FOR SALE: WATER FRONT
Mrs. W. D. Paul greeted! the school at 10:00: a.m. followed by vacation trip through Texas New Jones from Florida State Uni' and family room. Small equity 7838$35.00 to per 7:30.8:6.13,20chg: : lot, and wooded in lots On
guest: at the door and they were a worship service at 11:00: ajn. Mexico, Carlsbad and Santa Fe versity. and assume mortgage. Located on see. Choctawnatcbee Bay', located on

introduced to the bride-elect and At noon fellowship and an old And then up to Nebraska to visit "In. Mamie Pearl Hart with Englebrecht Road. If Interested in FOR SALE: THREE Bedroom Okaloosa-Walton. county line in
her mother, Mrs. Aubrey Bran- fashioned "Dinner on the ground". relatives and friend before renting or buying call collect home with Villa
returning her daughter and granddaughter, two story very largelot Tasso. A. C. Howe Rt. 1
non of DeFunlak Springs, Florida! The afternoon will be devotedto home. They their Crestview. MU 2-2950. 8:13tfchg: Box 259
enjoyed Mr. Mary Cathryn Lamanger and big spacious living room aU Villa Tasso Niceville.
A color scheme of pink and singing, business, meeting and trip very much only report It 1 I. Miss Marlon Lamanger of St.! modern construction.: Two car Florida.
green was used. The party table just talking. Come on out "Cou suite; hot and very dry up in the Petersburg visited in DeFuniak FOR SALE: PIANO IN GOOD carport. Ideal location, inside city
was covered with a pink and sins" and meet the other "Cou central states. Springs the first of the week. Mrs. condition. Call TW 4-8701. Itpd limits on Freeport Road. Ph. TW FOR SALE: MILK roe per gai.'

green party cloth. Light pink sins" they will be there. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goodwin fart is spending her vacation at 4-5381 for further Information. or 3 gal. for $2.00. Please furnish
cake was served' along -Emery Campbell, and FOR SALE: TWO WHEEL your own containers.
squares daughter Jacqueline; and : Grayton Beach. Miss Sara Stinson 7:23tfchgTO: Open from
with punch, nuts and mints. The Pres. CampbellMcLean Reunion Mr*. Dan Free left this week fora [with her houseguest Cathryn Ann utility trailer, a refrigerator and 6-8 _.m. and 3-7 p.m. Varin's

refreshments were served by Mrs. trip in Washington D. C. and Hart, joined Mrs. Hart for a visitat a gas cook stove. Call TW 6-4016. WHOM IT MAY Concern, I Dairy Hlway 83. Glendale Road.
Robert Paul. Mrs. Melvin Maloy, Dill Merritt visited in Pensa- points of Interest in New York. the beach. tpd. Pollard M. Woodall will not be '1:31.: 8:16pd.: -

and Miss Jill Droxton. cola over. the weekend.Dr. They will visit Mrs. Goodwin's Mr. and Mr. Charles Schorr responsible for any debts made
Displaying the gift was Mrs. and Mrs. John Trotman sister, Mrs. Earl Day In Newport and family of Baltimore Md.. FREEZERS RECONDITIONED by anyone except myself. woe OF TAX APPLICATION DKUee. >
Ondruss Paul and Mrs. Foy and three sons have returned to Rhode Island. were here visiting Mr. Loy Car- guaranteed, three to choose from. 7:23,30.8:0,13pd.: : . 194.1C. r...
Spear. Mayo after visiting relatives here Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cawthon Ian and Mr. and Mr*. Walter Tap- Appliance Exchange. Ph. TW: 6- Amos NOTICE la HEREBY alVKN. that
FOR SALE OR TRADE ONE Nelson U>* bolder
3719. of
The hostesses were: : Mrs. On- for a week.Catherine. had as their guest for the week- pan. Mrs. Schorr will be remembered 8:13,20pd: lowing certificate ba filed Bald fol
oertirtoaue -'
Paul Mrs. Mrs. and Rosalie Stewart purebred Hereford Bull 5 ;yearsof . for a tax deed
druss Foy Bpi nr end their daughter and family a* Miss Christine Tumhill. to be lasued
Paul Miss Jill Droxton, from Pensacola, are visiting Mr. ELECTRIC CLOTHES Drytra, age weight about 1600 IDS., tberaon. The certificate number and
W. D. Mr. and Mrs. M'tchell! and son of Mr. John Britt Milligan and year of lesuaac. to*
Mrs.\ Robert Paul and Mr*. Melvin and Mrs; O. G. Adkison for two Pensacola.Mrs. Mrs. Walter Tappan spent last $35.00. Ph. TW 6-3719. 8:13.20pd: Would like to sell or exchangefor the property. and the name deeortptlon in wblcn of
another. Murdock Ray Rt. 4, 'u we mmmffmea are a.
Maloy. v.ecks. Russell Thompson! was a week in Geneva visiting old NOTICE: WILL THE PUPILS Certificate. "''G. 194. Year follow of :
The hostesses present' the Mr. and Mrs Ralph: Dank and visitor in Pcnsacola OI Tuesdayof friends, some they had not seen wishing' to take piano lesson Box 95. DeFuniak Springs, Fla. I 19M( lasuanc
beautiful white and John of Panama 8:6,13,20pd.: Description of Property Be
bride-elect with a sons Billy last week. In at NW
fifty cor of
from Dixie
year Miss Grandy call TW tteo 33.: run W on Sec. line
bed spread. City were visiting relatives in Mr. Cathryn Cawthon left Mr. and Mm. Paul Thompsonend 4-8701. ltpd PIANO LESSONS: diet of 17M ft to St. Hwy Mo. 152.a.

DeFuniak Spring Sunday.Mr. Tuesday for Orlando to visit her daughter Ain ale vls'linr' the Will the parents who want me ta of run 138411:a alone it.ROW of.said nwy a dUt
run X
Rocky and Michael Mead write and Mr. E. C. Puckett, Sr. daughter and family, Mr. and I World's Fair and points ot interest HOT POINT AUTOMATIC give piano lessons to their children ,ft to county hwy running dirt from of 3OO8

they have left Seattle, Wash., and have just returned from.a wonderful Mrs. Paul Messenger in Washington, 17. C. washer, operates good. $30.00. TW this school: year please register Bay hwy to to sea "Una.tnenoe N alone said
In San Fernando Valley, trip to Miami by plane thence W 1261.3.
are now
6-3719. 8:13,20pd: them before September 1st. ft to Pob 84 a acre lying being In
Calif., visiting relatives and where they visited their son Robert Mrs. Bessie Jenkins 1205 Live See. 34 cia 39. leas 1 acre eq In BW
I.'. friends. They expect to return to and family. From thtro trey ELECTRIC WATEH COOLER car heretofore old to Richard Button -
New York City to BRING TO LIFE excellent condition. One Oak Ave. City. Augl3,20chg: in Deed Vol. 119. roea 17. also:.
;, DeFuniak Springs Sunday.Mr. flew by Jet year Lea I acre BE back Mut
4, and Mrs. Charles! Fink and nee the World's Fair and other guarantee. $100.00. Ph. TW 6-3719, FOR SALE: GENTLE SADDLE ton theretofore oor tot 43O ft long; tee 109 ft wide-

family visited for a few days with Interesting points. Then to Wash- Appliance Exchange. horse three year-old. W. P. Al- Vol. 129. Page deeded 3O4 Alp to W.: 1 B.acre Tye Jolnlnte J* In

their friend Mr. and Mrs. Robert ington/ D. C. and back to Miami YOUR COLOR DREAMS 8:13,20pd: ford, 4 ml. North of Argyle en Richard Button acre which I* the ti
Mead on their home to Illinois. before returning home. corner of hwy No. S3 :21O ft lone by
way road 183. Itpd 210 ft wide deeded In Vol. 131. page
Mr. Edward Brown and Miss NOTICE] 44S to Birdie B. Scott In Bee 34 A
: Mr. and Mrs. George Cav/fhon Betty Paseur of Huntsville Ala. u .,,. Anyone knowing the where- FOR SALE: MAN'S DIAMOND 39. Twp. 1 South. Rang 19 Wtoet
Name In
of his abouts of Mrs. Shelby Smith. Jr. size 400 N. 5th St. which O. B. Mor
I spent Tuesday in Chlple/ with were the weekend gue'ls F ring, 0. Itpd
V their daughter, Mr*. O. Clark. parents, Mr. and MM. Wendell 4' please call TW 6-5101. 8.13chg: ganAll of orll&lw property being In the
County .
WHY BUY A CARPET Sham State of Florida.
Dr. and Mrs. Tommy Spence Brown. Unlv .
such certificate or e.rtlficateshall
? We'll loan one
end children of Columbus Go, Mrs. George W. Mltam. Sr., of pooer you be redeemed according' to law.
her 1 refrigerator: ( and a Westinghouse with purchase of Blue Lustre the property described In such -..tlne.t.
rpent' the weekend here a* guests! Jacksonville, is hr' visiting .
Electric both like St cleaner. or certificate will be said to
range new Carpet Upholstery
at thier parents. Dr. and Mrs R. son Rev. George Mllim. Jr.Mrs. very the highest bidder at the court housedoor
Warren Scoulor is visitingher attractively priced. Ph. TW 4- Fisher Hardware Company. __ _. on the first Monday' In monthof
I!. Spire .ind Mrs. Cleo Spence.Mr. . '
7271 or can be seen at 305 N. -- September. 1964. which I* the 7
Chip Traynor of prnsa- brother and family: in Jack FOR RENT: FURNISHED three day Gf Heptember. J964 at 1-JO P.....
cola, spent the weekend here sonville. Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Mc- f a r 5th St. Itpd ,' bedroom apt. All electric kitchen, Dated this 10 .day LEO of ANDRZWBClerk August. 1984.K .

with friends. Col lough. a r CAMERA FANS NOTICE' : ,IF automatic washer, TV antenna on of Circuit Court
Mrs. Grey Wilson and Mrs. Miss Sara Kenaston of Jack- of Walton County Florid
enyone already has a 35mm cam- house $65.00 per mo. plus utilities. St:u.13.20.2711e1! >
rmmabcl MrK. Jones spent Sat stnvllle, wa a business visitor ;u ? .. era or plans to get one, don't pass! 101 Le Conte Street. Ph. 4-4081

urday In Montgomery here on Monday. up the chance to get a projectorfor o 8:131: fen j? Dr. Pascal Roberts
Mike Sellers of Pensacola, Is Ml** Betty Sue Joiner visited y your slides at one-third the
rpendlng the week here with his her parents. Mr and Mr*. O. D. xry cost. The projector is just like FOR RENT: TWO BEDROOM Announces the opening

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 1::. Joiner of Chlpley' over the week- new and has a new 500 w. bulo house, inquire at Three Way Ser- his office for the

Wooten. end.Mr. Ai included. Several slide magazine' vice Sta. M. O. Straughn.8:13,20pd practice of
Wins Carolyn Wilson returned and Mrs. Wood Leach visited t end carrying case. The witole : ChfropractorSaturday.
Saturday from Anniston, Ala., their parents, the Ralph 4 n6
outfit, worth $152.70 for sale at
where she visited relative Spences and Mrs. C. U. Leach. Faison And Ward Aug 9
only $<<5.00 ccmplete. Call T'.V
Frank Thomas and family vis They spent part of their time In
6-3791 nights or mornings. Water Wells and Pumps
1 ed In North Carolina and Tampa the Virgin Islands, leaving thchildren \ Office open Tuesday
last week with their grandparents FOR SALE: REAL NICE Waffle I Easy term*- Call collect Thursday Saturday

Kxneth and Lamar Games ofNahlv'U. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Greiner of iron work good and cook two Don Falcon Bonifay 647-2376 8-12 and 1:30: to 5:30:

., Tenn. are visiting' their Cocoa Reach, were business vlsll round waffles at once. Only $5.00 Wiley Ward Vernon 839-2108 101 Nelson Ave. Sc dth St. ._
;r' grandmother, Mrs. J, C. Bconlerm\ ,..\ )r. In town over lM weekend. k4 Call jTWt'".-$'f.l after. B ", .m., or 4z1..10:1Ipd Phone TW 8-1251 ,S
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tHAM j 'II Does This Look Familiar?

I Television Payments $15.80 per month

I Automobile Payment $66.00 per month

-'f Furniture Payment $25.00 per month


I i I Total Payments $106.80 per monthIT





JI ear. ClinnACC Yea Hah to add another room, build a garage* paint orelUrr

4 YILVIY GAL UJL make coat* other home improvement' coaling sty, 200000.

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w-.w I have monthlv payments of about 100.00 . ao, la order

,, NOW to pay off an your billa and make your Improvcmenta. yon
J .... $350040.

Sixteen beautiful colon, off to appI

I with broth or' roll<<. Dries cN. -,," In an hour. hodoefl, 50 Fisher's. eaa make you a loan to cover everything with

I odorUt. And .1ft wmfcablelMD .. saoathly payments of only . $62.08.

You hare beaefltted. .la three Important ways:

mrs mtrrs MATCH MATE rot VOODVOM MI 1w- 1. AO of your' old debts have been paW.
t All tiller. 2. Your new Home Improvements have been made.

1 $2.99 Value ::::'::"-:2: 3. Your. total monthly payments have .been cut frees.
110O.OO to $ Z.08I!
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$249 ,I wear..

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.SEE FLORIDA THIS SUMMER'-f \ i I and and Cay Mrs.Godwin Evie Saltiman made a and business.Gld J [HEALTH Nominations Due

I trip to Panama: City Tuesday.Mr. .

Attraction and Mrs. Roy Burllson and Now--I
: Is Bartow
Phosphate granddaughter T ere.s a Butler Topics; For ASC

-------_._ .. .. spent Tuesday In DeFuniak and
were the dinner guests of the Bob

Tarrances.Mrs. .
A Service of Your Ioeta.1. If tditiM: ,
Eloise Williams and friend Vow Lora l XltoUeU Society. and the Farmers are reminded that tinued. This points up the urgency -
a Mrs. Grace :Anderson both olColumbians. Florid Medical AMOCUUOO.ATHLETES slates of nominees for membership In getting out the greatest possible -

Alabama, who are ANDEXAMINATIONS on ASC community commit- percentage of farmers in
spending; several weeks at the'I tees are being established at the community elections so that the
Williams' Seagrove Beach home, ASCS County Office. And a *re- committeemen they select will
accompanied by Mrs. Steve Bar The examination athlete of a boy cial effort is being made to secure' more nearly represent the thinking -
rett, were chopping In Panama who wants to be an can of farmers."
in the greatest possible participation of a majority
put the examining physician:
I w City Wednesday. a difficult position. Being of eligible voters in the elec- A "farmer eligible to vote in
Mrs. Albert Butler and chil- turned down for something he the committee elections: accordIng -
dren were shopping in Fort Walton wants to do that will build his tion.Fred Spann chairman Agricultural to the chairman, Is generally
Friday morning.Mr. morale and ego can cause psychological Stabilization and Conser- a farmer who is taking part. or

and Mrs. J. L. Morganand Sometimes: trauma much to a boy. is vation County Committee said is eligible to take part in one
family of Montgomery, have exerted by interested pressure parties in formers who are eligible !o 'vote or more of the national farm programs -
n# purchased the Gustavason property I an effort to have an athletic in the committee elections also which the ASC committee
at Pt. Washington and will aspirant given a clean bill of have the right to nominate as helps to administer. A person eligible -
do extensive remodeling to mod health by the examining physi. candidate for committee membership to bold office as a commit-
ernize the dwelling. We welcome cian. But physicians: have standards any farme wrho is. eligible t4eman--amon. other qualifications -
when- qualifying o rdisqualifying
these people to our community anybody for anything and willing to servo. Such --!is a local resident who is

Mrs Roy Burllson and granddaughter and are not to be coerced: petitions, signed by. six or more eligible to vote in the election.
the into confirming that a boy is eligible voters may be filed at Further information on these and
weekend with
.., + ih her spent qualified to be an athlete when the county office any time before other qualifications may be obtained -
Mrs. Mozelle Bullard
he is not even though he may August 12 the deadline date. from the ASCS county of
'ti trws4. "- In Panama City. have skills much: needed by an Additional nominations may be

vw Mr. and Mrs. Gene Infingerand I athletic department. made by the Incumbent ASC community fice.The election of ASC community
There three major problem
niece Becky Carter of Pan- areas where disqualifying and county committees: ff committees throughout Walton
.v'; z'u. ama City left early Friday for defects are often detected in these are required or determined county will be held by mall be-
an extended visit with their dau-I the examination I of prospective: desirable tween August 21 and! September
ghters, and their families. One athletes. The metabolic diseases "We want the best men available 1. Boundaries of the three communities -
lives in Washington D. C. und are a factor, especially: diabetes. to serve on our ASC committees are: -
the other In Brookhaven Mass. Diabetes as such is not always ;" Chairman Spann declared East Community includes all
I considered a disqualifying disease -
aa.k rye ulri Mr. and Mrs. Buford Rachaels if it is adequately controlled "because the committee farms East of the Freeport Highway -

...... ____h'I1IW 7t and chfjdren of DeFuniak Springs either with or without system is the backbone of farm and East of the Glendale
; r"T r .-IMrtM. Nw ..rot) Mi.*** pent their vacation at Seagrove insulin. But often there are insulin programs those dealing with Highway to Silver Slipper and
. the P..hat.. Mu.m In aartow Beach and attended services at I reactions: associated with conservation of soil and water, South of the Highway from Silver -
Pre-hl.t.rle giants I" thr. .tlm.n.lon.,... .PIw I u.r.malns.1 ysw m.r.u. ... animals are found In tho the Point Washington Methodist increased exercise.: Kidney disease as well as the price support activities Slipper to Darlington.
I .. .Iorlda. Th. ...n.. of these.r centr.1 creatu.lorI.. Florl..a. wppghat. II.s throo-fourttl. tMattar's .ph.. .. Church Sunday, August 2t.d. while is the a results serious I of matter, and in various commodities. In Jackson Still Community Includes -

a... vast.pliesphat... The d.pMlfs I. en1 of many r....... G.vern.r Pants Bryant d tho Fiori". D.velopr . I not be alarming during i exam: : the last couple of yean, the farm all farms from the West
mane Commission are urging FI.rldlane t. v.estle In their this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Bob of Columbia nation the added stress of ath- er-elected committee system unique and North line of East. Community
S. C. were guests of the' letic competition can put a in the history.. of agriculture: to the Florala Highway. North

;. :I golf course, marina, some fishing Picturesque Key. West Is the T. n.. Pittmans last Sunday. heavy load on the kidney function has come under considerable: scru tft the Alabama State Line and
Playgrounds of Presidents, fish communities, and a few mall lime southernmost city in continental ,problems with dire of results.the cardiovas Thereare tiny. As. result of Intensive South to the L &: N Railroad.
erman's paradise, historic retreatof United Sla'e*. A thriving :aid study of official groups, the system / West Community Includes all
swash-buckling pirates_any of groves.John Pennekamp Coral Reef city: of nearly 50,000 people Key : : -r/ : : and is not. only being 'retained farms West of the Florala and
these phrases could be used to West blends Cuban, West Indian blood pressure abnormalities.A but has been greatly strengthen Freeport Highways.Each .
tell part of the story of the fabulous State Park, 75 miles of under- and Bahamian lore Into an atmosphere youth needs to be in good ed. community election will
Florida Keys. water marvels, boasts the finest that promises' romance CaswellMotor health when competing, in Here in Walton county, Mr. choose three community comit-
For more than a hundred mile. living coral in America. The areas and adventure. The city Is rich sports, especially the contact: Spann points out. the Impact ff teemen and two alternates. The
lush with shipwrecks whosescarred ones such as football -
this chain of islands sweeps in ASC committee-adminlstered programs chairman 'vice chairman and regular -
with colorful history of rum runners wrestling and soccer.: His
timbers playground
a great curve from the very tip are a wond- pirate ships: und Civil War best insurance: is an adequate on the welfare o Individual member of the elected ASC
fish and
of Florida into the Incomparable for rainbow-hued intrigue, and with present-day physical examination. farmers and collectively on the community committee will also
The rous sea life Individual tours maybe I respectively n sdelcgate, alternate -
blucness of a tropical sea. fchrlmplng, sponging, salvagingand life of the county Is considerable. serve
islands are low, narrow shredsof arranged clear-making. Tourism sports Miss Diane Goff Is spendingsome For Instance last year 8423 acres delegate and second coun-
limestone! and coral linked bya Tavernier, named for a pirate, and commercial fishing and U. time with her Uncle nnd of farmland were Improved under ty delegate to the county con-
line of brld es. The entire trip I is an increasingly popular fishing S. Navy installations provide the SPECIAL Aunt Lt. Col. and Mrs. Dong OngIn the Agricultural: Observation Pro- vention to be held soon thereafter -
from Homestead to Key West can resort. Hunting for treasures 'principal sources of income. Near Little Rock Ark. cram: cost-sharing arrangement. where the ASC county com-
be covered at a leisurely pace in presumably still burled In the perfect, frost-free climate permits Gretchel and Deborah Cosson This cost 132000.00, with about mittee will be chosen.
hfclf a day, but the dramatic qua- Ceys Is a popular hobby with even the tendered of tropical recently returned from a trip to half coming from the participating: Mr. A. H. MeCook is spendingthis
lity of this journey Is beyond des skin divers as well as professionally trees to thrive and theeaches 1962 Chev. ImpalaAir Toledo Ohio, where they visited farmer the balance from ACP. summer in Waco Tex. with
land salvage teams. the family of Samuel II. Miller. "So that .ASC relatives.
cription. These tiny bits of equipped you can see committeemen
> are small but safe rnd Conditioned One Owner
are the nearest approach to the About seven miles west, near warm at all seasons. Marilyn Pittman spent last in Walton county are Mrs. Rufus Daughette returned
romantic environment of the Islamaorada, is the Theatre of week at Ranch of the Pine near in effect board members of a Friday from a week's busines

South Seas that most people are the Sea. ,an Interesting display of A ride on the Conch Train Is $2195.00 Pensacola. big 'business,' the chairman con- trip to Jacksonville.

ever likely to lee. porpoises sea turtles, sharks and a convenient way to tour Key ---
;' The Overseas Highway, which other fish. McKee' Museum of West attractions_the Aquarium, 1959
runs the full length of the Keys, Sunken Treasure, which displays Martello Museum of war relics, 4 Door
was built upon the roadbed ortglnaUy tl ea.ure recovered from sunkenKalleona. and Ernest Hemingway's home. Real Nice
W laid down by the Florida, .1s on Plantation Key. Also on the list are the Adubon
"J IPIIJ""'- Yeast Const Railroad. The railroadwas Key Colony/' Beach> a city built House the Curry House the Con- S795.00 Key Man
built at fantastic coat, onlyto largely on land'pumped from Ute vent of Mary. Immaculate where , '" ,
be abandoned in the early thlr ocean bottom has a golf course Civil War soldiers were nursed f
'Wi ties. The highway, constructed a. and an excellent beach. during the Yellow Fever epidemic
t M public works project during depression Marathon a small fishing com- the Naval Base and the 1958 Chev. 4DoorGood in his Town
years<< leads Into an area munity for many years, has by Turtle kraals. The Fish of the Transportation Home

careers. recent growth been transformed Key West Water Museum Is the
Into a thriving city, second largest second largest marina biological $595.00
I nacres.Homestead. on the Keys. The city which museum of its kind In the United
It the gateway to the has an 18-hole championship golf States. The Pirate House depicts w
..f. 1// Keys is In a rich agricultural area course, is the home of the North In wax notorious pirates that
\ which produces 80 per rent of the America Indian Museum and roamed the Key West area. BAKER CASWELL
Y 1 limes grown In the United States headquarters for a fleet of color
Nearby Florida CIty Is the turn- ful shrimp boats and for sports The numerous attractions of
off point for visitors to Everglades fishing. Neptune's Oarden, ta reef I the Keys are among the reascn MOTOR CO.
National Park aquarium. Is nearby. Delow Mar- Governor Farris Bryant. and the
I Key Largo the first of the Florida athon Is the famous Seven Mile Florida I I Development Commission -
i I Keys Is also the largest Bridge, most notable engineering are urging Floridians to Free Parking

; about :30 miles In length The achievement in the building of vacation in their own state thb Air Conditioned Show Room
+t Island contains several resorts, aPt ,the, Over** Highway. ---
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Panama City, and Mr. and Mrs. her Seagrove Beach home after
WashingtonAnd lee Moates of Clearwater spent a delightful two weeks visit with Hlway U. S. 90 West -
The Beaches Sunday afternoon with the Roy Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Argo of J
Durllsons. Birmingham The Argos brought t r There's the meter reader who
Mr. Mrs. Van Duller of Orayton her home and spent a few days ,4 helps with the community cheat
W It. Hobba and Mn.
Beach spent last week in Crest- at their' Seagrove Beach homeThey . the engineering clerk who's a
Mamie I Hatch were business visitors view, with her parents Mr. and were accompanied by their
scout leader . the local manager -
In Panama
City Tuesday,
1 I Mrs. Frank Ensor.!: friends Mrs Alma Logan and
Mr. and Mrs. Van Ness flutter The Pastor of the Pt. Washing- Mrs. Fred West. whoa head of the Chamber of

and children of Oulf Rreeie.spent ten Methodist Church, Rev. Hur Miss Lucie v Commerce . dozens of other
the weekend of August 2nd ley Quy. Is at Emory Universityfor and friendof employees> and their wives who

( with relatives at a ray ton Ilejch' a few weeks schooling and end Tallahassee with her ,parents spent the Max week and II .l work so actively with their neighbor -
Mr. and Mrs Clyde Wesley and during his absence Lay Speakers Martha Kllbourne. ti to make their town better.

family of Gainesville, spent Jast are guest speakers Mrs. E. E.Comstock ., They realize there's more to "service' -
week Mr. and Mrs. Robert
at Inflnsjtr
Orayton llearh with his .
of C hoc t. w h a teheeBeach
tasters: Mr*. Ix-ita Drown and and Mrs Van Butler were business than Just furnishing dependable -
brought the
Miss Mary Wesley, message visitors In Panama City Mon : a low coat electricity. Our responsibility
day. August 2nd.
lay M. O. -Buddy" Wane
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Moatej of Mrs. Molly McGee: has returned day.Our Includes being a worthy
sympathy is extended to Mankind first experiencespain : member of each community-being -

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Andrews of in infancy, and It is usually active in civic affair*-doing-
Seagrove Beach In the death of no more than a snort all we can to help our home towns
FIRST NATIONAL hla mother In Prattvllle. Ala last '
twinge away thereafter.' Despite grow and prosper. Through the
weekend.Mr. a great deal of preoccupation ,. active participation of enthusiastic

INSURANCE AGENCYFire raw. as and their Mrs housearueats Travis Cosby.their Sr. with subject few fully r employees, coupled with
know the nature of pain and
planned programs help
chldlren. Mr. and Mrs Travis.
." Automobile fewer still can explain its you take full advantage of your
J Bonds oaby. Jr. and children of Oiat.inonga. f
Tenn. and Mr. and Mrs. many paradoxes. utility service we hope to continue
f Marine & Whit for instance' does a
Casualty A. N. Smallwood and children of minor Injury ciuse' extreme to build our reputation as a good

(teat. AnHurrd Drive Injured irmlruiham. suffering In one person and citizen wherever we serve.
Mr. and Mrs. David Woods and
A Fire Needn't' Mean Financial Low little -or none m another?
daughter Sidney of Newborn.
Adequate' Insurance la Superficial Injuries are often
> Ala., were the recent' guests of

J FIRST' NATIONAL HANK HUM& :. he Steve Barretts in Seagrove ones more, as painful witness than the tNt serious that I To Oar Costsssersi . Te prevfle
Deech.Mr. bullet wounds seldom hurt. good electric service sit ressmbllratanaid .

___ .-and !.I-.I! Henry_Wesley" Pain Is not cumulative. It is amt. e..teme .s Ia

not Increased. by a leaser. Injury aaakiBg the SMS effkiemt tw of
--I elsewhere In the body: that service.

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NOTICES 'FL01: : .IDAf'a i \ "f . Pacific A graduate area. of Walton high -: .1

I .. $" school DeFunlak Springs, ho attended -
NOTICE.. I IapecW Florida State University
September&11---\StJs._ 194An &lee..... EFFICIENT FARMING He Is a member of Kappa Slima'l FOR ALL YOUR DRUG AND
eleoUon to determine whether . i

of land not located Area. Number In &...2.IS.a portion Tw .of... HAS FREED THE U.s. FROM FEAR OF FAMINE. ONE HUN. PRESCRIPTION NEEDSKing's
"t* of the JEast H" and tb. JBaat Ked Dr. Pascal Roberta
the Wst H of Bsctlon 95. Tw .... ONLY ENOUGH FOOD AND HOER FOR FIVE PEOPLE. Announces the
Rang u W. oomslning 32O acre openinghis
more or ..., also tbe North Cast: %t ll office for the
of tb* North West H and tb. North
H of tbs Nortn Bast U of 8ecUaD 2. Today. . JF11 practice of
fV so. Range 21 W. oontalnlng tto
acre more or less, also tn* NortbWee ChiroprnctySaturday
% of tne Mortb West 'Ii of DrugsCOSMETICS.
Bee tios* 1. Tw 6m. au.a21 Woo ooo CONTAINING FLORIDA PHOSPHATE Aug 9
t.tnWZ .0 sxjre* more or ins. all of
\b. above land being adjacent to tb. AND OTHER MINERALS,
present iBOorporaUoa of tne Town THE FARM WORKER. PRODUCES Office open Tuesday, 1
of Axiom. Walton Count?. mortdsv.
Tbl..Lctlon wUl be boleS the eeend <. ENOUGH FOOD Thursday. Saturday
Tuesday In September whlcntb ..
sib CUT of September. IBM.determine to AND FIBER TO SUPPORT 8-12 and 1:30: to 5:30:
It tne resident* of MOd area 26 PEOPLE.
101 Nelson A6th St. ...
No. 1 would appro. or reject &&.>-
In of aNd .r.. In 1.1I. t
limit of Ui. Town of ....-. Poll GIFTS AND CARDS
Ins plam will bebe. r<. Joel O. Tbotnu. ....-. HorUla. Tbpolling .v.
open a 700 .m
and cTo.pistno P ID-
July Br .direction, 1M. of U Town'
..11.91. XllaatoeU: KclntoabCterk.
Town of Paxton Shop Located At Gaskin
Ralph A. Adama Phone TW 4-2281
Mayor. Town of Pa1t.nNoTlce .


Be it known that TOil ADAMS s t FLORIDA
ec:........,. eI' t.aCe If tbe State of ter. 1MFUKIAK SPRINGS
Florida do Irtve notlo tbat a
OENEFUX.: JttJCCTION will be held In
Walton County.' Plot-Ids on Tuesday' Ir
next sue edlng tbe first Monde. inNovember.
A. D. 1SA4. tb* mid Tuee- - . -
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day being the third day of November - - - - -
to nil the following offices: I
United State Senator
Representative in Congress for tb. kea.
Tent Congressional District Tr r_TT4i =
Thaws (2) Justices 0'be Supreme
Court. groups 1. 2 and 3
One (1) Judge of the Dlatrtet Courtof r
Appeal for the"First Appellate Estrict --t
OovemorBeeretarv .,,fir'' All Work OMaranteedCampbell I a... 1 W04.K( Fuc-tT WONDERS
of State
Oomptrotler Welding "D RA ON" witfc. lU AMAZING NEW
Ootnmlaatontr of Agriculture '-
Public Instruction. Districts I aDd e .
Treaeurer Attorney O.n.n1bup.rtnt.nd.nt 81. tl) Justice of the i__. Districts C. Anderson Jr. of Freeport has (; .. riASTK TREATED fAIRIC
of Publlo Ootnmteetoner Instruction 3..5.5.5. Districts 1. 3.Oounty graduated from the technical .... S, sac 143. runlek prlna"
State Florida Attorney Public WUltle 0'be First Judicial PLIght5.Constables. UAAinJnf course for U. S. Air Florida ..".". rierala 4.Mt1 .". ... en Us.. ...... ....
t Surveyor Force supply specialist at Anuur .I4htw.ttat. I C'"
Pub Defender First .Judicial Circuit In Testimony Whereof. I have hereunto / l
State Senator Third Senatorial DUtrlct set my hand and the oust "... (Uo ATB. Tex. s-d.o..utlissblad. / ... \,41-,61
01 the State of at Tallahassee
House of Represent
One (1> Member. of the capital,. t.h1abe uurtr'flrst' day Airman Anderson who was . I -.aa1wNa
County Judy 0' July.IIA. D.. IB*,. trainexl to use mechanized Air --- tr. belsnsed enfel eH peeNlen I .1
Clerk of the Circuit Court ADAMS Secretary of State Force accounting procedures Is I teelft e*'I.: ter even .ul. S Q
Snerlff CB&.U.4U being assigned to a unit of Ute **..a_ .n..s. a.".% Kew<. ., time s'e' .JT
Tee Tax Asssrc Collector Pacific: Air Force (PACAF) at Take 60 Seconds Peal. tee*. le sans end --..l.... E $2".95
Herschel C. Anderson
County Superintendent of Public tlickam ATB. Hawaii Ills wing r '
InstructionHuperrlso Graduates From Training
the PPACAJ' mission ol
ef Registration supports RIGHT NOWTo i
Uembere of. the Board of providing alrpower for defense of
County(3) ...
--- Dtatrlcts) 1. 3 Airman Herschel C. Anderson
tbd U. S. and Its allies In the
Twos (2)) Member>> of the Board of III on of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel let UM help you clear NEWI PS30 .ww I

up any qurMlion >'t>u '
e' might have" about Insur ..... 'FAIl-llt'

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a pleasure for us t. de ee wlth.ut for clean cutting with lea

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