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 20, 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: VID00242
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltuf - AKP7659
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Preceded by: DeFuniak herald (De Funiak Springs, Fla. : 1992)

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Fine Walton Tract I Leased /I i


9The DEFUNIAK HERAT

For Big New State Park I i i



The fine -tract- of Gulf front I JOHN .. GARRETT 0

land just east of Grayton Beach .
was leased Tuesday by the State Mr. John Street Garrett age ..
Board of Education to the Florida 80, a native and lifelong resident ... .. q
Park Board for a new state park. ot Walton county, died Wednesday .. _") .' ..... J; -<

The proposal has been considered morning. August 12. 1984 In c.c.&.;.. ''AooO -- -.. ....; g
for some time after action was a local hospital. A resident of - -- ..
Initiated here by the Board of the Friendship Community VOLUME 72-I'U1MAS11ED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS. FLORIDA AUGUST 20 19' :. lOc Number 37

County Commissioner,. who passed north Walton county. Mr. Gar-
Kiwanis Birthday
a resolution urging creationof rett was a member of the Friendship Welfare Payments 1

the park. Baptist church. In Walton County Calendar DriveThe Walton Schools ) N xt

The Park Board has leased the Funeral services were conducted Came To $83,128The pen
property for 99 years at $1 a year at 10:00 ajn. Friday from the annual campaign for the, I
following a resolution presentedby Friendship Baptist. church with sale of birthday and anniversary
State SupU Thomas D. Bailey Rev. Floyd. Garrett and Rev. C. District I"Welfare Board listings and birthday. calends*

..favoring the lease. Lester Weekly officiating. Interment announces that 1.464 welfare re- conducted by. the Kiwanis club'Wednesday For b4-65 TermSabin
The site consists of 364 acres followed. in the Ray cemetery cetpients in Walton county received , will begin Monday August 31.;
with more than a mile of beachon with Comander Funeral 83128.00 distributed b, says Cecil Floyd chairman of the
the Gulf of Mexico and Includes Home directing.He the Florida Department of Public fund-raising drive this year. -

a big portion of Western is survived by. five sons: Welfare during the month of July Birthdays and anniversaries are Polio Clinic Nominees For ASC Walton
school
\
will
Lake. a fresh water lake of sev Leamon Garrett, Claarence Gar- The amount covt-red 1,464 recipients listed on the calendar for 25c.: and open Wednesday. -
eral., hundred acres extending rett and Calvin Garrett all of of old age assistance, aid the calendars are sold for 31.00 Set For Sun., Sept. 13 Committee Listed t 83 August 28. for the lee -
t.. dependent children, to tho blind term with about 4100 pupils
over almost to Seagrove Be ch. DeFuniak Springs Lonie Garrett each.

Improvements costing approximately Ponce de Leon and Willie and to the disabled. A.. considerable number of The eFuniak Springs Kiwanis The election of the ASC community expected Tteachers to be and enrolled.
$35.000 are being recommended Garrett of Gainesville. Largest portion of that amount<< t, worthwhile birthday present in and Lions Clubs will sponsor a committees for Walton a week principal reported
for this new State Park. There are two daughters: Mrs. was for 877 old age assistancecases the form of gift and discounts go Sabin Oral polio clinic on Sun- county. will be held by mall balloting August 19. earlier on Wednesday

The Initial development Includesthe II. C. Edwards and Mrs. Harold which accounted for ItS,- along for each birthday listed. day. September 13. from 1OO: to beginning August :21. All
following facilities: combination Wooten. both of DeFuniak Springs 787.00. Average amount receivedby This Is one of the means the 5 00 p.m.The eligible ASC voters in each com- All 'leaching personnel were
bathhouse and restrooms' and two brothers: Josh Garrett each person was $53,83. Kiwanis Club uses to provide purpose of this countywide' r.lunlwill b* mailed a ballot working at their schools In the
$25.000; water supply $3.000; picnic >> and Thomas H. Garrett. both of The Department also distributed funds for Its worthwhile activities. program is to immunise all the containing the slate of nominees county during the week with the
salter. $ .OOO; fencing $SOO; DeFuniak Springs. There are 21 $13.957.00 to families with a total and the calendar baa proven' tube s people against polio. lor that community Ballots will exception of tho** who were attending

'entraaeeways $500; and eontlngencie grandchildren.and 12 great grand I of 860. dependent children. Each most popular ever sheer the This Is not a business venture. be tabulated publicly by. the ASC a seven-county workshopat
3000. An access: road and. children. family received an average of' club has been sponsoring It. This is a non-profit program, County Office, September 3. The Clphola Junior college In" Mar-
parking area will be provMtei by $559 averaging $15.61 per person. however, each Individual will beaked deadline fur returning marked lanna.
the State Road Department: under SARAH A. McHCNRV Payments to the blind totaled New Appointment To StateSoil to donate 15 cents to help lallota will be September 1. On Thursday August 20. an
the institutional paving program.I $1.21900. for an average of '80.95to Conservation Board defray. the cost of vaccine and orientation luncheon for the new
Fred Spann. chairman Agricultural : -
Long range development of the Mrs.. Sarah Ann Mcllenry. age each of the county's. 20 blind ether supplies which will be needed LabUu.Uoaand Conserve teacher will. be held at nOn at

.Graytoa' Beach tate Park-caltt for 19, died Thursday. morning August persons who qualify for such as- J, .D Wooten. Jr. Fur been appointed to carry out this program.No uon County. Committee, has released the Hut .....t.urant."I'hl.. Is the
a wide variety$ .of faculties. TheoImprov..hmt..Include 13. 1984 In a local hospital sistance. as member of the State one will be denied the vaccine the following slates of first time such a luncheon has
bathing fa- following a long Illness. A native. The Department paid $17.185.00to Soil Conservation Board according because of the Inability. to nominee fur the ASC community: been held for new teacher Coun-
.ctlitiea; a youth overnight' camp; of Washington county she had 281 disabled persons. The average to L. ?f, Hollingsworth. Administrator contribute. committees Eaat Community ty' Superintendent John Baldwin:
: -
family campground: : picnic lesided the past 50 years. in the. was $61.09 for each person for the Board. Additional information about reports there are Ie.r.<<'W teachers
J. Edwin lane Marion If. Byrd
area; boat launching ramp Knox Hill community. She was a in that category.In ; In the county this year.
The mad
appointment was by this worth while will
program Ealiun Hubert Jowers E. Q.
Ray ; ;
with parking area for boat trailers member of the Knox Hill Baptist addition substantial payments Governor Bryant and te for a term appear weekly until the clinic .is Meadows Jr. Keith W. Miller. On August 21 teachers will attend -
range residences: and entrance church.XVneral. were made for prescription ; the Florida Education: Association .
of four year. Mr. Wteoten: sueseeds :- held. West I .
Community Dewey
station;; office; shop and equipment services were conducted medicine hospitalization of some Mr. Doug R. Iliac of Kustl*. meeting In Pensacol
shelter at lOtfO: ajn. Saturday morning acutely ill people and related and will assume the duties Im- Adams; Jason C. Courtney; lUn and on Monday August 24, a one-
from the Knox Hill Baptist medical expenses, A number of mediately.Mr. .. Junior College ton Fleming; Howard Jones; Frank day mathematics workshop will

Paxton F. F. A. Newsy church with Rev David C. Hood children,, received' special services Wooten I I. a roeognUed leader Enrollment Better Mclntoah; II. C. Itussell. be held for elementary teachersIn
.
because they bad to be cared for Jackson' Still Community the
Warren Nail. Reporter officiating. Interment followed in In conservation having served county.
the Euchee Valley C'eIIMteI'7.Ith away. from their own homes .and a* supervisor to the,, Choctawhat- Than Hoped For Archie. Harrison; Curtis' Laird; Negro teacher. will\ hold countywide

Ronald Hobbs. president of the Comander Funeral Home direct families. Ghee River Soil Conservation District Lawton S. Mathews Floyd Inters. meeting at Tlvoll high
.Paxton.F. F. A. Chapter entered ing. for the past thirteen year Enrollment at, the Okalooaa J. D. Spann; Lloyd Sunday.For school on this day.

four dairy" cows at the Waet. Florida She is survived by. two sons:: Survey Shows County and a* Chairman of the Beard Walton junior college now standsat each community& three regular On August :23. a pre-school conf.r.rue *
Dairy Show last Thursday. at David McHenry and Dewey. Mc- for several 'term In the State more than 360 students, far commute& members and will be hell In the First
Chinley. Florida. Of the four cows: Henr). both of Knox Hill and Buying Power Up Association of District' he was ever the 173 estimated by. President two alternates will be elected. The Methodist church with classes

shown Ronnie carried away four four daughters: Mrs. Recy Floyd. faithfully' served a* Are Vicerrvaldent Dr. J. E McCracken.As .. clialrman. vice chairman and regular opening the following da,..,
blue. first place. ribbons. Knox Hill Mrs. Berta Bell Thomas. Walton county.;economy moved and a* Chaplain. a result of the unexpectedly l member of each elected Supt. Baldwin repor. that the
The Paxton F. F. A. Chapter. Lakeland Mrs. Ha J. Burke, ahead on all fronts' during the The Stat SoU, Conservation heavy. enrollment, two more faculty ABC community. committee' will .teaching staff I.I unusually. well

Dairy Judging team composed! of DeFuniak Springs Mrs. Lola past year. according to a reporton Board I I. the state agency. established members. had to be added also serve a* delegate, alternate qualified with only one or two
Harold Day.Eugene Gomillloa and Mae Stauffer of Waco. Texas the nation's markets Just released. to administer the Soil Conservation bringing the total faculty. up teI delegate' and second alternate In the county who do not have a

Ronald Boobs place fourth of tlft.ma. and one sister Mrs. Tupple Burkeof Act of Florida and to I I" members,. not counting the administrative delegate, respectively., to the county four-year college degree and
Man Lakeland. There Significant gains were chalkedup personnel. rnor*.
are 22 ann stint the supervisor of sixty. convention where the ASCcounty
children and two great grandchil In Its trading area as loc.il: organized district In carrying out Full-time students now number committee wit be choaen For the first time this year, 'the
County Agent Notes dren. residents, with more money at their dutl and programs." Th 270. with 90 part-tim. studentsleclstered. The county convention wllll beheld full,, 12 grade will be taught at

their command indulged In Urge Hoard has also been delegatedstate September 9. at 9.OO o'clock& Freeport high school and no
KATICK' 8E. MATLE8TAD scale spending.The resonsibllitlei For the first year. M courses, at the Walton County fair build buses t will run from Freeport to
ay H. O. HARRISON'CATTLIMIN concerning
finding are from a 640 the Small Watershed Program either! In technical education' are ing. Walton this year..

TO MILT Mrs. Beatrice E. Hatlested. age page, copyrighted'. study entitled" under Public Law 583rd Con. college parallel program, will be Generally, a 'farm owner, tonnl In preparation. for adding the
Jim -Kern per. president of the e.. a resident of Knox Hill died "Survey of Buying Power Issued gren offered, and s. BXsMstt' county Catuossten'a.societies Aa- Thursday, morning' August 13. by Sal. ,Management. It Mr WPQ.. et4eerdat the courses will be given' In an adultetrtattmowt \ th eoennawa'COI1m1' \'- 'M- fa tlltt.a have bn added In-
sjaoounce, that the annual , 1984 In a local hospital. A-native prevent ..date ,otv. Jnceene .,.M< m-nte; fntt:4t.rto! t4 l..scheduled AMp.- vroaram.Of tiara.* .U he te tettlna !>en oe. U eluding a new *l tsra"m, and******
cattlemen's tear end pleaSe M'. Linte Falla Mlnn. ah. had spending fort..* esmm u nl} t I les eat 19 at Sarsota. - -- - the aluJenU now'"rell1at..1'1'C1. eliglble'l.'tah.l'&. \ part ..In' .'.......ot *howr*.
lunch will be held on Thai-May. resided In the.Knox Kill area for throughout country. 59 are from this' county with M more of the. prugram admlalater Other work during the .
.August 27, from 8-OO: until 12:00noon. : I the past year and a''half moving Net earnings In Walton county First MHhodUt Church New from Okaloosa county. ed by. the Aac committee men Bupt. IteMwi' report, to* a
there from high during the It Dr. McCrarken said he looks slutta science' classroom al
The group will meet at the Tampa.' were year. tkma on eligibility. to vote Quee-I a new
.Walton county Fair bul'dlng at The Rosary wa said Thursday .*. After allowance for personal Rev. Lanftn OarHa. past.. for an own greater number of hoW" office, or wn the Tlvoll a new lunchroom al P,...
:IMO ajn. evening at the Comander Funeral taxes local residents had a Our Vacation)<< Church School students' neat year, when sophomore procedure, will be settled by the ton. and consIderable mnlntenanca
Several. farms will be toured. I Home Chapel and the Mass wa net spendable Income of $17.222.- ended August .12. It was a busy. classes will be offered, and incumbent community cummlltve work dune all over the county..tcludinst .
Lunch will be served. at the Fair celebrated at 1040: a.m. Friday. 000. ss against their 1962 total of ten days and we had an average that 430, students are ewpeeted! *. Appeals from such decisions palnllna: I Uw 'Interior of

building at 12:00 noon Each faruilr i morning from St Margaret' $18.420,000. attendance of 70 children each then. may be made promptly to the ,tut MaiMl Saunders *lmnteryschool
will bring a salad or dessert. I Catholic church with Fr. Mconeya How much this figured out to. day. Our commencement was the Associate of Arts degree will county and 'to the state commit- and painting: 'the Chapel
:Meat will be furnished "y the As- celebrant. Mr*. Hatlestad wa at the family' level was determined I final night ,nd was well attended be awarded to students completing .-. fill school 'inside> and our
:soclaUon. transferred to Jacksonville f-or by taking the dollar Mr*. M.rYln.hoP.' the the college. parallel programs Bupt. Baldwin report a total
Art JfId>>I.. executive secretary Interment.She amount and dividing It by the. and the teachers. and director and Associate of Science degree Qualification of person eligible of 193 teachers and prl'>i lpl* In
ef the Florida State Cattlemen's I Is survived by her husband number of households. The average deserve much credit for assistant 'to those completing the 'technical tu h >l4| office a* cummltteemen .the county school systenwith. 49
the .
.Association. will be the featured Harry D. Hatlectad .Ponce: per household cam to $3.- of the school. sue.tens C't'Urprocnm.. include eligibility' to vote In the bus driver (five new Lu *. have 1
r de Leon two sons: Harry D Hat 744. a gain over the prior year's. thanks to Mrs. Also our The eoll./ .. hat already. been election and "being; a keel reeUtent.It '. lIMn added .this yr. ) 33 lunch
lestad. Jacksonville Arthur Ooolabyand accredited by' the Flerlda .U also highly. dateable that .
Businessmen, cattlemen their and E. Alnylua 3650. Mr*. Charles. fully room employ* *. 17 janitor and
King.
'wvea and an Interested persons Hattestad. Venice. Fla, and How was the money used With serving. refreshments each Sr for department of education and graduate nofnliwM b* currently active sic aerretart. eacluslve of the'
-should attend. Election of officersfor two daughters: Was Meatrlce Hat less of the self-Impo..d restraint Plans day. j ran enter any. Florida\ unl. farmer or rancher who are qualified oree In the *upruiter 1984-83 will be held during heated Tampa and Mrs. ElM than had been exhibited during are of Church under way for observance verslty. or' college.' fur community eonwnltte* II' ,.., where there .U lh. county
'the .....une.. Ifydte.. Ponce de Leon. There are recent years, people reacted to the School Promotion Credit. hour required for .raeuatlng work. anal who will to reprnta- finance officer, a receptionist. a
USDA has now purchased over three sister: Mis Edith Duels. favorable economic conditions& by Little Church Day August. 30. Mr Jack range from' 84 to 89 hours, live of the various IIIICtlona and erry sod some student hlp.

1M minion pounds. of beef since Mr*. Blanche. DecLettea and Miss gratifying their desire for some .. In School of Superintendent. depending on the student's major) .Op* of sgrlrullwre in th* community County Superintendent rays. at. holooking
chare Promotion
Xss :h 2nd. Over. ... miUkm Marie Da,..... all of New Orleans of the frills. Day activities There are the equivalent' of four Further Informatiun on t. forward with a greatdeal

......... of USDA choice froem La.Comander They went in for more ewpensive Remember tike senators st the roll***. eWmmltte.man" qualification may | of confidence>> to a successful
!
.raund beef and bone lees roasts; Funeral Horn wa In clothe. fancier: cars thicker service. begins at Sunday,00. evening The new college' wt!| open Its be obtained! from I the' AftCH County rear for the county school *,.*&.en..
charge .of local and better cute of meat. Everyoneis doors for the first term rm Mon Office
"naailjr M maroon pounds of canned arrangermmte.Mis ruts Invited to attend the Ice says the county' has an unusually
e .
Inspirational
fret How has permitted use Some ......... surprised bbe ..,.,k... There ls car, August 24. stable group rf teacher.
... USDA cutter or higher grade Call Hlnote of Atlanta demand for better-quality merchandise I singing, special congroatfcma r Grand Opening Of and principal and that the rid
products. About 1.8 million pounds spent the ....-.cI with .her parents found It neeeseary to and the evening. muste l.t.rrw.tlort In Current and wall a. peas teachers are welt
by I'artat
beef and bone- Mr. and Mrs. H. Hlnote. put In higher-price line. *. pastor, message the ttoWdukil. For ThursdayW Bulger Auto lisallfl4" for their workNOTICC
'01rground been Min. Whnda Flournoy" I* .pend- Retell tuelnsss In Walton wintry -
purchased
'... flse .3 Aloe USDA bought I.ef .- lag *........1 day this week with .. a result, was at a high Schedule.'43 ..... of Church Sunday School.Service; A.. Chsmbte. Oulf Power Claud I1ul.*r. owns of Butter
.N.... 'pnd. canned heel Teresa Brown ta Creatvtew. level Local stores accounted. ft's 1100 manager reports that .there.. 'Arill Auto" .r" Itoldwln Av*. and 9th
'.ftssn .. Xkss Fay" Hick of T.u....... gross' sates .ta the year of 8I7.39O- 540; am.Youth Morning Worship. be. an Interruption .In retreat 1stWeet St. announce lie Grand. Oi>*Alna't Th Lion swimming pool' will
: Choir
iI .I. .. ting her parents, KI' sad 000. .......... the. 1O83 figure of .00 pjn. Methodist. Youth PracuVeo. DeFuniak Spring on Thai. I his store<< rrtday end vUturdar loo' for the vummvT season on

.... and Ml,*: Cherlaa' W. Rush, Mr*. O. B. Hick ever the .**. .1.! .4ja90.The I lowship.& pm. Fel 4.,,.. August 20. Aug. 21." an..l teke thU, opportunity Sunday Auguat 23. al 8 p...., and
lng and cad .1' rtaa. eTJ percent compere Current will be off from t p. m.te to .Invite all who will
daughter T.W. .... a4 Jama 7.OO will bo ..lo *4 until further. turtle*.,
; Evening ilervw.HAYIS .
Laatter. ef Tallahassee. wore with a .., peisssrt .... tat the. p.m. > S PJM. on Thursday August JO. ...... .by h... pla *. and rgite. ........ of the Liar club wish.

ills....... Iltr.sle ee... Wtfi.re .....CUSTOM SIAM AND COMMnhintaa United. Mates and a 8.7 perventrise C8LtOJAT8. TN'lit south of U. R. 9O from IrUi street for lh. nice gifts thai are to be to .*..... their appreciation .f
W. >lnrhtag'e ; with truck. C. D. Wll- I In the state of Florida. treat to 36th .reec. given' away Saturday al 3OO p.... the
testy. ....... Ph. TK .-1.... a:2Ot1w:,: ,. .The survey gives welt eomawnity SILVER' AMNIV8M8ANVMr . Furposo .. to kmnuie. service" There .U no" obligation. and there .look support forward received to seeing. and again%*y next'they

aUD..T a rating. ....... Oft several by rhangtog. the artmary vorteg will b* rfreahnnte. .
sa*> alt those who used '
and Mr Franklin ,, . ,.
198..1980 factors to snow the relationship/ "ya ftarn 4J9O9 its. Us.. 13X000 voile.fMractsir .. pool title the'd d
... between. the a.rmut at money. celebrated a Silver Ansuveraaryth OeMbl. ..... Mr, seal Mr. Webster -11e7 year. t
........ tetng .spent ft* e Its retail stare I3ih of August In their. hoaa*
--- .. wr weekend gute of Mr, and Watt. c....
1ltsr -.... L .-. -. ... .nd the .*...... amount that on th* Glendale. Ho 4. IRA ..... ..,__._ ..... Jerry Kai Uf aid Teed MCalAMVlite. ChauMbar *.1 CaaaaiarcoCalaaniar,
2.178SOS.' rout .f their I..a .... might have bee SB.... It Is called T"we
vi _________ Trrrt .k*. hn quite. Caaaaasjaity
CMIa ........ .. l72,744"" the "index eg bong. p...we ." a grsnddavgleter grid wTttl. Tit* W. C. g. A. In hut .... U. .Imvmvedami
they report .
V"'< ____ I1T.833 et The haM Car Walton. U M,. lfa,ef.ther *fwl inoiher. tech A.g. !t .... 27
Iaeeeha..N county" .
1 ____.... ..,.....17 doing< flee .... ,
TOTAL -"OM. sndkeatteg that It could tcl' C4'r with> IVrMVId Chortos ML Kh Pufelto in.Me.redea
1teeMpb A Oal.ae.er *& *
IIupport & August 30 Kew liuneh.
T. ....
3lafat{ ..... predate those p..e..esre of Ue 'ThoP7 ware preeenlal with el. sad Prnkatbw. A.- NOT 1CTh I
Iletsost Ow.tsetiA W1rd Carp __ I.aoAIZ..sa senors ..... b-udaas.. 'oral, rue*. 1'1fta. om* frWntf .....i il I....... for Flsrlsla lUNaraMaM. Aia .- eat-$36o
BeIaftN _.,_ Drustiah M..an7:30.Peetrw5 .
M.ln.Ta Stove snore the* that wee **- red 1ft l for a rtMt. and the maltwas I .......... wOl h* .k D.Yuai.kPpea .f fWo .f Dr. W D. Cowlhon Hurt :
. ten-TJO.Aa : .
OetAICD TOTAL' --_____._ .''IMT.s4e counted for torn yes,. jOO78 peroust. very olq.bt.- Ttiaisay.. ttth to sHwtlh rill.. h* .l..MMl fauns August 34th .v a -F .**..... rogistratioa'acvaaytn .
_u.. It r wnp.rot that seae the Walton eou riy Otureuost .. September. 11... 3t' '
ANNOUMCiNINT day-Maude IIataIMI-
of fhe loral BMSSBMM la d.. tohoppsnt .tRTH Aasartettea.
Oaatral 1Mb'--CoatrolOaeratiom . & ....... .* .'.1"61 . ; by .mi...issMiaili.CAMO .. M,. end Mr. J_l Dorarjr of A naeivo of T....*.o.o King MOT/1C. era .-..
..... 1.131.8f500 New I''h1la4.IPN.< Ohio sw.ethe ... ... DeFuntek Lion*-TOO.:
I .... M. tralw
of Plant .-...... _......... _ . .5.880110 Or THANKS birth sif ,...., fine child. a sjsxlergraduote. Freeport. Lion-19.Au : .,
lag at FlnrWte flrarfhens College
....-- r_ ___ 22...... inn. Tad Marvin. a-w MI J...,. 1.1es4. I.,, h."r1. to a1 friends. .u*. 33-Klwanl. *-.13:13.
Amcuiary 3.nter ---- .. 1--- sari at the UNtverrtty. of FVirVteMM SjutsM:. .itf h.t.r. I shall ... In my August 38-8khool .tartvMy
bed a.rw- ___.. ................._ .. IT.MBMIlebt i W* weuid to thank Ills. to all take cf the this.isssy oamruatty M.. .rams n..r9ftf., see Mr. 17ah.rutty! h** ..*of..,FterMe. *>*:- fr*.". the .".. al |fM4.*M. WedlfsJ Orgyevery t

--- --_--. ._ 11....... meads sad |M>1ipMb"&Cff *JTTC9 were sod Mn. Carves nrWlrf'- ., MaM.g . w day suit week. Monday *.. A. J. IkoUaday of BrewCM. -

3w.ta ..... ....._ M.-sM. I M helpful at th* ...... of the lath .esety.PNeew.l. MASONIC NOTICer thrgh Friday nov Ala. I Is vtattte her brother
Nes.ltt.s "Odwr Conti ___u'M.as I of our beloved -.dwr. Mr Lane p.ntptste .N ML.erd Make .......... .n. fcrr'. .....sat.anae.l sad t.nHly.. Mr. sad Mr*. D. H.

.. .. -,-_ 111.M1n ..... Nn. Cecil O wse ef 0.I'w.isk ....... nti.rsunestiuss. "" Dense.I.1t only' dertog Iho day.. I wUl Wv
leash. $M2..e5 C0an7 Over) _ al.IIS"1 .. !( Ik* happy to so yew atetty e* 1
The food, th* rard. . fleasaand p.inea k>H o 17*.r.A" ThraT. .. .
TOTAL. itkaypert AI .ste.u4on. K sympathy war.all -- - A.*.>.. 2 X with week. .is th* 6..Iasasnl). Weather ReportDate
,Iloeeast. T __,_ ...usJ12MIlesls.l veer ranch. eppr etaaf sad. I SHIRTS, AND 6M/'T. T, C. dare. Na night .aO _*..< "In a ute
oIK". fl.sd Cash ....... ___ -.n.n "may G4. War oath ei every oa's w. would ..-. w ......ae huh ....r white, W Jf ***.****.,. al ......... Thank ,.... Nigh Low Mate.

etf yes. ... the rida ear m maere wowmh.e. J, T J.-. .... *.*. Dr. K. L Ihggtn.FOR AM U*i ta1J 80 74 .42 "
O1RAl/D TOTAL' .. ..51..S5fa4U1 Lear. sad Mildred. fUs. . -...- M vacation sad w'...
The W.ctJo Ikh..1 ad will ..... Angina 35. 1154 d I.- sea activities. 8AL8I ONI 198 POND 84 71 .43
Tks+w.. W, (Ta aM,. ItsesOuss. 14 61 N
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Wilbur Kelly, Pastor I",>4. .i.:! ocean. Now she loves to splash around under her parents' .

Davta Lane Baptist Church watchful eye. One day she'll be swimming,out past the breakers

Factor OrvU Miller THE and riding. in on a wave. K -

Santa Rosa BaptUt MissionRev. How does one explain this emerging: courage? It is a combination ,' : .

Marvin Taylor of growth, training and confidence. And no two alono :' "

Firat Presbyterian; Church ,....... are sufficient it takes all three. ':'''?..... ';::'., i
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Presbyterian ChapelKuiihseanna ,. evidence of spiritual growth. This is followed by an aptitude .. "
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hob.. V. Presbyterian Church in God the call Faith. .: '
Freeport! Presbyterian Chores ing confidence magnificent quality we ;;; .
Ole clale Presbyterian Church Then moral courage, true character, emerges in the lives of .? ; ..;' "
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lied Bay Presbyterian Church f our sons and daughters. : .
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John M. Aab, Minister .,. .. I ine

taunt ........'. >XpUeeyal Chureh A vast spiritual ocean touches every shore of life. And ;; : :" ,
Uev. George MUam those who once venture into the surf are never again content : a. w, .' .'It ,

First MetbodUt Church / just to loll on the beach. .':":"" ;'.:."h ;, ..
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Rev. Sam Shiran ..... U""x.w.-AdvurUsi E__Tae. bw6.V.. I"t"i'"ayk' "

Wesley Memorial MethodistLive 'If :. "'a :
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Frleodahlp Baptist. Chunk ,.,. '".-I, .
C. Lester' Weekly Pastor :. -".

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Rev. Cony !!Black Pastor

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Kenneth Klckllchter i 'o .

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Charles Kirby, Pastor f#.1\1'\ yt f

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Rev James KJnchln .
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Point WashingtonAnd' weeks, during which time he waa COCRT CAli. aEPOI R T-' WALTOIf' COVNTY. FLORID -JULY 1,.4CHAKOKS
Ira school at Emory University, DAn NAVE ARRESTING UPFICYRe : AT TIME OF .uuuar: DATE or TRIAL DISPOSITION OF CASE
The, Beaches
Atlanta.Mr. M A-n
W. R. Ifobbs and Mrs. l a Uar7 A-41 K. 'l7.da 4'w Orlfna FlIP Opar. Mtr. Van .W. O. D. License: 7-37-04 $25.00.II bond _to

Mr*. George Morgan and children Mamie Hatch were business vlsl- 17 Edward DaYb Mere, t/; "XllpatrlCk,. FRP Allowing an unauthorised person to 7-27-04 f25.oo.II bond eat.
> spent Thursday in Valparaiso tars in DeFunlak Springs Tues 17W Ba-'I: A-3a.. J Drive .
Marne XUpatr1c1r. FHP No Valid Driver: UeeneeUnlawful 7274 $23 OO ash bond eat
with her brother-in-law and W P A-aa
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Mar day.Mr.. and Mrs. Max Kilboume "wc.ar1A22r.. CU uDIod.,. Miles. CoDat. Epeed 7-37-O4 $35.00.II bond eat

shall.Mrs. and Miss Sim Kilbourne were 25 Calile Brown B.ldeln Dep. Sb.rlrf Public DrunkneaaLittering 7-27-84 $23.OO cash bond e.t.
J. F. Carr has returned t o I shopping in Panama City Monday O ,P. A.ris
I X.French' 4k 7274 $5.oo cash bond
00Dat. Strewing
Bahaman\ eat
tier home in Palm Bay, Fla. afte Mr. and Mrs. Joe Andrew and W M A20"wnr72
a visit with her niece, Mrs. EunlcHolley. e Mm. Molly McGee all of Sea Danisi Brag r X1IpaLrld. I1IPII N V D L 7234 Caaa rtl ml aad subject has VDL.Operatm. .

grove Beach, were shopping I In 'eUIe' B. S&aDdtr.r OrirnD, YHP motor vehicle w-o Driven: 7274 C... cloaed subject baa VDL
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray and Panama City Thursday and lunched W P AaI. LieDriving
William McKinley Smith! Kwparrlrk FHPI.N : on wrong aide Road going 7274 $23.OO cub bond eat.
eon, Gilbert of NicevUle. spent the < at the Dixie-Sherman. M A-70 up a Hill .
weekend of August 9th at their Mr. and Mrs Bob Swinford and Jame. McCall I apre. Dep. Sheriff If V D L 7274 25.00 cub bond eat.
a Joe A-n: .
cottage near Bay Bridge children George and Sandra of 21 Buckle .Ra,. Strleltlaad KUpatrlt"k. FHP Failure to )yield (Prom PiIrateOrl 7-27-04 25.00 ca"h bond _to
Miss Betty Strickland has returned Gainesville and his parent, Mr. W M "-22 vewar on Road) 1
to her Pt. Washington and Mrs. Julus Hanson of Keystone 22 wMA.aa J.m. KeDneth' Xlrltl&Dd KUpatrlrk niP Accident !!!a.e. Failure to yield Vlo. '-27'" $2300 ash bond eat.

home after pndlngTh summe Heights spent last week at 1064
Ala' the Willie July 22 Carlton Lamar ott Kllpatriek POP Unlawful Speed 7-27-84 $2900 cash bond eat.
with friends in Birmingham, Wesley Cottage en Eastern W M A-24
Mrs. Lena Rich and son' and Lake. Mr. Wesley of Huntsvllle. 33C *tU. S. FIeld. Baldwin Dfop Ithertfl24WIfa W. Check 7-27-04 Made rest. and pay $33.00 or 30 way.Reatltlon ..
grandson of Palmetto Fla. were Ala., joined them for the Martin' ShuUf
.y IUchardaoa. Dep. W. Check 7-24-04 made $39.OO or 30
days
the housegHests of her brother- weekend.
tn-law and sister Mr. and MrsIk Mrs. Eunice Holley has as her 24 w !SImon M Ae62e p. JenlllAa n-preea. Dep. Sheriff Drunk 7-27-04 21.00 ash bond eat.

Morgan last week.MrCassel truest this week her titter. Mrs. Howard Beaton, Jr. Cowell Pep Sheriff Reckleaa< Driving 7-28-04 $19.OO cub bond e.t.
Morgan Is a patient Summerford and daughter, Em- 2SW8-ra-:
0. Boguf Anderson Sheriff Petty Larceny 7-37-O4 $3900 ass bond
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at the Veterans Hospital in Mon- mie of Lumpkin Ga. a P A-"
tgomery. Mr. Gene McGee of Tampa. wag
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vIIlUnlf'Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mor- his mother. Mrs. Molly McGee: at a business visitor in DeFunlak spending several days at her
gan In anama City while he It Sesgrove Beach. Springs Friday. 'Crayton Beach home.
away. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wesley and Mrs. Van Butler of Ora,ton Mrs. Ollie Sue Godwin spent
Mr. Huey Infinger of Red Bay, fr*. Evle Bailsman and Old and each spent several days last the weekend at home. Her mother
.. was the guest Speaker at the Pt. I Cay Godwin were business vlsl I week with her parents, Mr. andMr. and children returned to New Or-
Washington Methodist church en ton In DeFunlak Tuesday, I Frank Enzor In Crestvlew I liens I with her Sunday afternoon
Sunday August 9. The regular Mrs. Grade Lee Coleman was Mrs. Knobe of Montgomery, is for a weeks visit.
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back in the pulpit Sunday August ,t r rr
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PUBLISHED EVERV THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS'FLORIDA
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Bible Verse Weekley Return et 'Friendship :Baptist church of as Pastor of the Mobile Highway Mobile church for six years be-
THE DeFUNIAK HERALD Rev.To Mobile Baptist Church I I DeFunlak Springs for the past IB I Baptist church of Pensacola. I I fore resigning to attend Baptistof
Wherefore bath the Lord brought
us un' Rev. C. Lester Weekley pastor months has resigned to return Rev. Weekley was pastor of Bible Institute Cracevllle.rVt .
THE BREEZE to this land to fall by the I
Combined with J sword that our -- -
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Published Every Thursday at Num. 14:3:

DeFunlak Springs Florida --oOo---
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Completely Covers Walton County Trading Area Gems; of Thought . SSloth

From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico Sloth, like rust consumes faster than labor SI2E/ Deluxe can opener_ _
Second-Class Postage PaidH. wears while the key that is often used I -

C. STORKS. Publisher 1024-1963 is always bright.-Franklin ., AUTOMATIC PRESSURE PAN : :
HOWARD STORKS. Editor Publisher
SUBSCRIPTION: Many are idly busy. For Speed-tooking in Style!
Counties_*3.00 Per Yea It's doubl.-9eored to
Walton and Adjoining Other ___ ____i.J.--_ __-.13080 Per Yea Sloth is torpidity of the mental faculties j; trim. With rack and! reape book. give cuttinpand you easy a effortless

Need Uniform Time Through Florida the sluggard is a living insensible.-Zimmerman a y ''''.ql. ONL>t i $12.95 safe, smooth edge. $)98SROOIrS
STVENS
Efforts are being revived in the Florida with mogn fic Ud.lifter $298
Panhalde to do away with an artificial and fl([
Sloth never arrived at the attainment: of
arbitrary handicap which Florida shares
with only nine other states on the continent a good wish e ELECTRICCORN [SWmG'A'W
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-a division into two time zones. CHROME geared
Sloth, if it has prevented many crimes
The 10-county 150-mile long section of POPPER can
virtues. AUTOMATIC opener
smothered
has also many
Went Florida lying between the Apalachicola oOo M.kS 1035 ClIPS asbwnatbNrt. PERCOlATOR _
river and the state's western boundaryon keeps can: M M lid pow*.tii ell ,
Fit The Facts t. MN e.a Nicrw, ,,,,., .
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Taxation liP,M drip tpOI ; M ; M
the Perdido i in in the Central Time zone, a'aw/yWt' La i
be little question that need $24.95 qf/N/ tNr .
but sentiment is growing in the area to There can we r.1 w. =::! d 6c.MwN.
tax reform and simplification of tax pro .
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transfer to the one-hour-faster Eastern zone .a..ra.Su1nGaWA
of the made in I i ONLY
But proposals
cedure. some I [
to make clock time uniform throughout the Ifs gear-driven for
direction overlook inescapable realities.We .
state. this i'17.95 2qf. smooth, easy cutting and
often told for example that, for table
are $6.95 j extra-lonp lif.
Advocates of the change won a major $249
all property and all income
when the city council of Pensacola endorsed tax J purposes ice crusher
should be treated in precisely the same way.
largest city in the section formally endorsed
Appealing as this may be on superficial ex
Jt by a vote of seven to three.
amination, it is totally unworkable. For certain
Only Kentucky and Tennessee among the JLLf '
kinds of and income are surrounded "
property
like atates Florida east of stretch the Mississippi quite a distance river which from by special problems and require _& Oa'G'NsSS-T! 7f sr @ .

East to West, are similarly carved into two special treatment. I REMOVER f 1 STEAM IRON'
This is particularly true of the natural
CLEANER
time zones The Mountain-Central zone dividing SAFE:
line passes through five states, and resource industries. Some of these properties ,. hot{ NAND'. e.r it OJHM' jimt I. RAIl?
are wasting assets which are used up I HMIMrs _
the Pacific-Mountain zone line through two. '-" AMY coOas
and must be replaced. They are in an en- .An'CI' 'nAil R.juv.natss{ Sluggith. frontR
Within of residents of '
memory many .
.3 OL .OnLI mov ( dogging Scot
tirely different position from a factory k-J --
Georgia, that state was almost evenly divided n..1 End* Sputtering
which can go on turning out products in r "" 1 .
by the zone line which passed east of <: ; Gives Mor Stoam/
'Atlanta and Macon to connect with its present definitely. In other canes the very preservation Portable for convenient" 59 rocrucN.OMI .. Safe, OdorleM ivy

route through Florida along the Apala- of natural resources the assurance use ann') '+' ..It crushes. r'
chlcola. The obvious handicap to state gov- that they will still exist for the service of Ice coarse or fine. v

ernment offices, and businessmen In Atlanta generations' yet unborn -demands tax policies Stainless, steal., :;:

from the time differential in transacting which differ In some respects from the If.feedlng .'" r firs s r

business with more than half of the state norm. cutt.r. In.M

brought demands for relief which resulted, Timber is a prime example here. The need X ,
is to meet the current demand for wood ': ./ more than a quarter century ago in movingthe Il:& opener
line westward to follow the Georgia: products and also guarantee the future existence t'l SS with Po lerclnaction x {: ''
Alabama boundary of timber stands. This very vital V
Georgia's experience has proved the wis need is met by tree farming through which STEAM UN*' Simple easy operation 1 r g.' ; } 1 1r

dom of making' the time zone lines coincide new growth equals or even exceeds the cut. I ad .CLEANER.... -- Open standard =
as closely as (possible with recognized political But the tree farmer faces a very special can and leave
I Eo STOP
boundaries, to avoid unnecessary time problem. His trees are not marketable for Se'e-CWerte.1 a safe, smooth edge.txctuslve :t* '
long 'periods of time--perhaps 80 to 100 ".. "...- M... . oardrven! RUINY I RUST
differences within area which by every l with /
.. :e'h I $17.95 TJ'I
. S
"other tent have common Interests, and stand) years Meanwhile costs go on. So tree farminjr I -id./... on r 1m. -t .
.ard ta dependent on tax laws which recognize I a.-L-A......__ -.4 I It I TREMOVER
' It was not until JOJ8 that Congress gave this fact and provide the necessary in

formal' legal' standing to the nation's, four- ducements.
-
time-zone system which had been set up There Is no favoritism or special privilege IV. 4J.CA.NlPBELL Safo en bands

35 years earlier by the nation's railroadsto in such area of tax policy. It must consider and color For

bring some order out of the chaos which see and deal with things as they aro--to @ 2- *.
'had previously prevailed. Administration of the long-term enrichment of the nation. ..AJI.W A.E COlflPANY

the law and .authority to make any adjust -oOo

menta In the zone lines found to be desirable The thing first started to break up about I

were lodged in the Interstate Commerce the time Troy Simmons decided to move' I .---
Commission. Many such adjustments, as In to Africa. Then Joe Wall tore up his truck -- -. - '" -

'Georgia's case, have befli made but the and spent a few days in the hospital and

ICC has established a pattern of requiring several more at home before he could get ,
'overwhelming proof of the need for a" revision back again. Next thing happened. Tom

before its approval vms granted. Iloasley went to the World's Fair and was Blfllft to farm machinery "

To make Its case, therefore. Florida's, gone two weeks or so. Then to top it all.
Western Panhandle would have to establish Graham Campbell who had been our next i

that the change is favored overwhelmingly door neighbor for more than 20 years, 1Viim a 1nuJ'lia1l''As-winter nears,

by residents of the region, and that the pre. moved on up the street and away. It wasn't 1IIJI :ar wry' --....+sb your
nent division operates>> to its disadvantage." too much of a shock after all these defec l
farm na.... Standard'. Protective
Convincing evidence tlona that
would have to be pro. the drug store simply closed
'duced that the region's l ties with the rest. of the coffre-making part of Its business.up \jrRlfrri09 HOPI+ Standard's all-ptlTpOfle

Florida were far more than political, but However things are looking up just a little. '"HP (tw a.O+ I 4

that Its interests of every kind 'economic Joe U able to come to town again the Judge from Boass.wear. Assures Ion**, .

and cultural, arc oriented'wore toward the Is back from the fair although Troy is not .........g pcvfonnance.AJc t. ,
rest of Florida than toward back from Africa
neighboring and he
says won't be
tha Standard Man 'F
to-vaggest Q ,
:'Southern Alabama. for two yearn. Graham haan't moved back p
Those Alabama were' emphasized recently to his old office but Finhrr'a have put in ttafe Mi.and Imbricant to keep "

by a move"in the,Alabama]
'not entirely facetiously made calling for annexation Campbell &: Andrews law offices so thing

ot ', : of theiFloridii< _Panhandle! by that are working' out better. ANDARD ;
niaie. iiy the same toKen elimination of --- --001 '
''Florida's time zone 'division' 'which would Creep into thy narrow bed. OIL- r

presumably change the' line ''to 'follow the Creep and let no more be said!

Florida-Alabama' border, would scotch Vain thy onset all "
help stands fast; We? JtoJat ftatorr core of your equipment '
such talk by raising the time-change barrier Thou thyself must break at but. '" I

along the name route. Let the long contention ce aMt! *:+"' .. i
' Among the beneficiaries of the proposed) G
change would be the Naval Air Station at Let them have it how they will I

I Penaacola. though Its tactful official position. Thou art tired beat be still!

i Is that it doea not ,advocate It, but rather They out-Ulkvd" thee, hissed the, tore
I hopefully anticipates the time when it will the;

come to .pass. Better mm fared thua before thee;
, In any event the discussion now taking' Fined' their ringing ahot and p.IIH'tI.' r

' I' place in Florida's wtwtern-moat, counties, Hotly charged--and l broke at Ust

which seem to be making more!' progress Charge once more then and be dumb! I 11
than ever before, call attention once more to Let the ,victors when they come
the atate'a size and heroic distances, which When the fort of folly fall. j

I embrace many regional differences and reflect Find they body by the wall. I c. r
Ita variety 'in unity. Such internal difference Matthew Arnold
when real and' meaningful deftlrable.
are ----oOo- j
I but It would seem unnecessary and So far a* ia known the dolphin (the fih. +
unwiae. ;to continue an illuaory' division into not the porpoee) has the fastest. rate '!

A .eparato1 time '*onea 'which rain*.. a barrier growth of any fiah. One weighing !wu O't'! J. .A McCALL DeFuniik
f wto-.1M.r-se*,between all sections of ).Florid two. pound weighed 56 pounds only Agent, Springs FloLtJME

nd>all\FterHlan*. -Florid* Times-Union. year! later. UI'4I.J I. .l'.4P'. ';f- ,
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THURSDAY ,AUGUST, 1964
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SPRINGS. FI.OUIOA'
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNlXK
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-- !I b*> aticibie 10 reguKr r trot u> the

COURT CASE aEP4 OUT 1 WALTON COUNTY.:: FLORIDA JULY 1114 OP TaJ&.I.IUoekJ I'lai lUiIluV, ur 1',?. LEGAL NOTICE not fortr-comlng re...18'pre..o..l"> election.. Thou may who reglatecwltlk hav
DATE NAMZIlia ARRESTINO OFFICER CHAKOKS AT CTMB OP ABUMCST DATE not later than
the town clerk by
..-*'?. .;.AIf44 r ,"...... ALnnIrR1sae 1t..I"I" A 1'IooNlttNC'F.1\IENT' AUKuat 31. 104.
.*... 11 Oeo. Waahlngton Smith Pf lffer. FlIP Driving ,'. I-d *NM'AL. ri KCTIUN: The town election will be held on
Apr. Oorg Waahlugton ...lobl .-k Prellfer. "H* '" ..p....0.. paved' ,... T344 TOWN OP PAXTON. 51.*. the .th day of September 1B44. which
X. S N,1 l'raII 'I.la1n.na .It.5 'tannl & Any realdent voter desiring to be- la the aeoond tin TIt....". to elect
Oc:&. 2T Marl/n O. Smith WeN.... FliP D. W. . T-34-44 .... be IOI..IMI. come a candidate for the office of two (II eounc-llmen. whoa. term of
W u A-U or mayor, may do ea by office will run for a period of two
slip ... .' Nol I'Na.No paying n.nqU: U *; feo of 4Soo. to (13) yen. and a mayor, for a term
1-34
FOB. t Oeaton Mount Reepreea. Drp. oherUtPfelffer. DrunkViolation .,, . the town clerk. lUlaaoeth McIntosh of on. C Ml) year.rejM ,
W M A.' ; :... arrrat case. closed by not I..rh.n the Uilrty-flrat (II) llmeniW.
__ ,Mar. 33 Woodtow wuWeldOD TIP of ReMtS.. 01na.. 1-3414 day of AuMUat 1B44. K Mclntoah
w u A-U .eo.: -' : ubjM-t haa VDL case dkemleaed.IUOOU . All realdrnt persons living within W. W Adam
44
Afar :33 Joan D. Bearden McDanlel. rMPMUe Mo Valid Driver LM.a s 1.34: the City. Limit., free-holder, or per- MayetsRalph
W M A-32 '1.I or W day. on* paying' occupational llcenea* will A. Adam
June I Karl Berry *. CooUReapreaa Ob&a1DlDlleF by Swag w. 1.4-34 1 This artlcl being approved! la regular
W M <: .( ; ; flGO 011 or 00 day*. aeealon t>f Town Council. July
I Karl Berry Drp. Sheriff Obtaining money I by .toad T-i.4 ..
W X A-? : Cane. rloeed" no arreat.MOO ISM.Town Clerk. Ulrabeth McIntosh
July I Lloyd OrtfflnS3 Pfeiffer mP Cnlaw"8peecS 73744t3744 \ ,. Mayor, Ralph A. Adam
o N A-28 .. .. ;; ; /: cash. tend eet.Subtert CUR. Ill! AuT 30.37APARfrTNT'
Dtll. Oomm. No Cab Card
: William H. Ton Anderson Pub.
W M A20tAU ',rJ.e ta.. \1>Uor FOR RENTI! United "

.. E W Mebl 3> A-4S Shaw Pf.U ter. SUP No Valid Drive LJm*).i J". ...._'" 72744I .1 Farm Agency' Phone TW 4-

-' :' $3100 M day. 7831.
1S43'Aug.. Pfeiffer FliP Violation of .......1 ,... DS..s ,- -** ..
McCoUouth --- ----- --
.wWl"IsalAe : i : {1)300 or M day*.
t-1-44
Inaoslwasd ..
Pfelffer. PHP Driving .bUe
0 t.eNcODIouab ..
.; M A-M ..141.14Violation . .3>OO rash bond eat. /

"pt. S Paul MTU WardW Pfrltfrr. FHPMcDaniel Driving on wrong -- ra" ., ea... dumueeed.CVe A MTvy toe rt>*A NfW fA ,
M A-3* of Restriction NT'"? O. 'Bu ds" W n.n
vMov. ft Jewell L. 8 HoweU FHP 4 : closed no arreat llyj I M. I
W P A-34 Ton t-27-44.
In Poled
Unlawful Speed -
Ffelffrr, PHP
Paul Maraont
94 Oeore
I Nil arrrtt ey rloerd.Mi .
W M A-3S: Driver Ltcona 73744T2744 : If you wonder why the
No Valid
Dee. 27 Oliver J. RUey Pfelffer. PHPNcDaDlel. !JI', .'! common could I looms *o large\
W M A-IO SAfEDRIVERS
11M 'i, : 00 cash bond ..t. and vlllalnoum, consider' the

Jan. 1O W Charle M A-44. H. Bhelton. .Jr. FHP N V D L No arrmt race rloaetlNol tact that It accounts In total
T-27-44
10 Thoma* Duos Ruahlng Pfrltfer. PHP Imp. Drtvr Lie. -. for almost one billion III-

W M A-43 Disorderly conduct 1.3744Disorderly ,... I nmCs. nt'sas and a $3 billion etonomle I '
:as Willie J. OooIeFOM" Baldwin Drp. Sheriff
of complaining
.. dlantlaeetliHjuoat in the
A34 -? '-27"' '. : los cacti year
.
Daniel I Richardson Dep. Sheriff conduct? wuue e '
TyreW
3Joo raah bund eet.Caar U. S. Mlone.Vaccine .
M .. an-3CSJ**)*ty r, ,;, jt ',' 7-27-44
Improper' Parking hunter are experimenting -
r..... 1 Kenneth Nell rower Pfetfer. FHPKllpatrtck. rloaml unmo .W M A34Jam T-14-44 i1Ii with new weapons
** Harold Day FHPPfelffer. Violation of JetrtoUea *. MteuNo SAVE
arrret raM r4iv .4. aialnit the wh..singaneeaing -
A-lt
W M '-27'" '.
Mar. 1 Cbarlea Edward: sun FHP Improper Tag scourtt but a cure
W M Asia: ,.n... ,'... d I...'....... 'five ... ..................
11 Byron LJndeay Klnaon. Jr. Ffelffer. FHP Improper Driver Llceua x_ Is believed to be> a good

W M A-21 Klaae.. reatltutlon J30O raah bun) ... years distant. A drawback toan MOLNIEY

Mar.144 I* Henry CawthonO Santa ROM County Sheriff OfflciKllpatrtck. I Beating Board BUI '-n.... ::if' early breakthrough In 'the
rloeed.No
M A-M: 7-27-44 : Ni aunt raae search for an effective' cold
control
Palled. ) to have vehicle" under
Apr. 1 Lola Byrd Anunons Pup tutsFailed Is the dUcovery since
Nu.M.C
arreet ease cure on car insurance -
W P A-30 T-27-44 wr a
3 Helen Watkln RoeeonW Kllpatnck. FHP to Signal. '.\ J -...e closed no arreat. 1993 of some 100 different with. sn.II.*.* plan that
P A-40 Spred. Too Great. for Condition T2744T3744 j", Il., viruses which may play some)
12 W Donald M A-32 Hay Simmons Pfelffrr. niP Subject, has V1>L, saw cloaev part In the common cold .Ns ,.., HI" "> yor/

19 Jamee HarOlD Olen Smith Pfelffrr. FHPKllpatrtck. N V D \a. : : No arreat ree rloeeltJSiM Speaking of another, search eA'1rr errme

W M A-M Improper ..... 73744T3T44 -that of wh.... to go for
FHP
:23 Robert William PaulO .u M days. .....1
M A-4T fast, efficient flUlnc of your
:34 Bam Broaden Caver-ll. Dep. Sheriff Dk :: IJJiM rash band eat. prescript Ions-you nod look Norm Weiss
.' 7-34-44 .
W M ,
of Restriction on Driver
VIol.
May :23 Lucille Oat.** Weetmore Orlffln. FHP Llrerfa* '. j. tltoiw or 40) day. no further than BCRVTCX:
O P A-2S Recklea* Driving 7-37-44 DRUG COMPANY rut ser .I'ridroff lildir.IHKunlak .
:24 Prank R. Broaadway. Jr. Orlffln. niP Nol.
W M A-34 Unlawful ttpeed ,-.-.. pros411It0 vice. \Ul1 Injr the fittest drugs SprlngM.

June :2 Sans Motley Hardy Griffin niP ...-.. "- rh bond eetSuMert on the market, la our specialtyat Florida
W P A-JS;
Dk. COM
DRUO
4 DennIs Lee Goodman Baldwin. Pep Sheriff ) has valid 'to. No 171771 SKnVTCK
..,*-.. v ,
CIdA-34 N V D L Teaaa nwe dlamuneitIJSOd I'ANY. rr
S Mildred Joyce Murphy Kllpatrlck. FHP . :;fI"ODUDtF rash h .nd eet.Oaae .
W P A-Sl without llcena out of ,-" .
Wtldltfe Of I.Kupatrick Ftehlng household hint Wwts.Nwi.
13 Derotha, TaylorW Miller Heatdentrmproper This week's "
P A-34 rlneedlie Iodine touched to '
of
A
1M4 turn front direct ooucs 1IT44Drunk drop ;;::.. ..... ... :. .. .
.. June 13 Manuel Dickey F. PReeprea '" ( cash bond eet the area of a hsrd-to-flnd I
,-"- ?
W M A-eo splinter will turn the ..pllnterbl..Ir.
13 Leonard OUley *. Dep. Sheriff moo or M I day'*.
.. : to find.
W M A-41 Allowing an unauthorised person'le ,-n. t.- making It corny
14 Martha Pay Thame Kllpatrtck. FHPKUpatrtrk. Drip ? tJtOft ....., bond ..t.
W P A-23 Palled to yield ROW coming 1.17.44Prteal. ..", I
14 J. B Ourry PHP Dr. 4101641 or 4tl day*.
W M A-M T3744T3744
Recklea driving
14'" 0 Letght Creary Parrtor, FHPKllpatrtck. 11100> rah bond ..t. ."".
W ;. A-47 RecSJee. driving sinful and wn4.n

'. 14wOU'1.J""uI Maraonl PHPPf. No Valid Driver ........ ,.n... nuhjert' has VDL. \

O' 15 Jamea A. Vaughan ..".', PUP ,.n..4 US PIt ra.h bond eel. 24 Hour
W M A0 Improper, PaealngDrunk
Ie Jack. William Welch Pldler. File f. T3444T3744 a I. HJOO or 30 I dare.
O M ??
-
IS William H. BrogdonW R..p..... Drp Sheriff ;? H inert ".. VDL oaa ****>ed.:
M A-1 N V D L i
Beadle Pippin. Fin .,sat bond eet.
aO Gary L. I 1 '.n...4 4100 DEPOSIT SERVICE
W M A-33 Publl Dronkena .&.
Ortffln.' niP OO rash bond eet.MOO .
21 Dave Miller ,.n..4 $33
W M A-42 Drunk 't
Sheriff
21 Roland Jordan Caawell Off. 4 '.n.... rash bond eet.Matte .
W M A-14 Drunk
22 P. ... Wood all Cawelt, Drp- Sheriff 7-37-44 reetllutlon At pav.4t..4. M
W M" A-' W. M dav.. '
. ._ 34 W. p. Lee Baldwin. Drp. Sheriff Ch..k""* i :? . .."';' Make reatlluUon. and pay'4$55 or NIGHT 'DEPOSITORY a
, 0. "11 2 t71.4 ,-
dav
to M
a..eII.01 e.
W. :
I_ .. Dep. Sheriff : .z euevended I* eter*.
Rp. U
3un. 33 IU Muter "r' '' ,..... n
..a.-?...*/'; W M A- Orimn. PHP Unlawful Speed ', ;.; rah bond eet.Mtoa Use our convenient envelope drop.
34 Curtis Cook. Jr. ,;; ,-n... JflM
W M A-IT Sheriff Unlawful Sped bond. .....
Caawell. Dep. rash supplies
Moor Teaaay l' .. No In' Deposit
n P.sy. No Valid Drtu... '.17. key ncce ary.
W P Reepreaa Dep. Sheriff 1-7.44 lit 00 cash tmmd eel3tM .

27 William M MrDuffle Karl HaaleyC -. Drp KherlffReepreea. Drunk ..J". ,.. '''I.. < raah. bund eet.MtM arc furnished' and ynttr receipt' will

37 Prank Conduit 1.17.44Di..rd.vii
W M Dep Sheriff DUorderly bend eel.
fl Chamber '.n... ._ r* day.BANKBVMAH
34 Karlle be mulled the following .
Conduct .
O M A-?? neeswo.p.. Sheriff -1o44))'4 .. CM dtamlaard eubfeet .Ha. tV.. D ...
35 Louie Smith VaL W-o D"iUa. 1'1 ,.
W M ,- Ortffln. FHPReeder. Oper. Mtr. -- .. a $3.011 wed bend ....
31 John Paul HeadleyW 1.31'4Palled ."
Too Cevaely
I M Asa PHPReeder. Following M$*0 .. :90 ...,..
1.31.1i4
MrClellaaW ;
:Ie Oerald W. . .. Signal ..I
M A-33: FHPReepreea. $7501 or 2O dar*.
Muir 1-NI
:34 Ruth Virginia Driving ,
W r A-1* Drp Sheriff ,Reekie 1.14-N .3to or :24 day. Ask UM for free LMiiik-by-nuUl >_v.top ..
Thame
:M Jim

30: W Willie V A-44 B. Jackson Reepreea. Drp. SheriffCaawell. Drunk Larceny. 1.17.4Drunk 43e04 essb bond eat 1(:very mall box !I. a. t.lle"window..

O M AwJImmi-' Dep Sheriff Petty .

:34 .?Petree" ,...,... 43140 coeli bend .... :.

ISO July* I William+ Cacti Cote CaaweU. Dep. Sheriff .. .. 1 en... 3$. rah beevd set
.....
W M A44I . D. ..
Phillip Cert DanukW Orl f fin. 1'NPI.spnm. ,....... Mf 4O or 24 alar*.

M A-U Sheriff Drunk .... CAWTHON STATE BANK
1 Carthell OUbert Dep. ,.n... M44 e**". bund

W M A.' Ut\aI Bored ,. ._ _'eo .....
Ortffln. PHPBaldwin. Make. ..-. and par W
3 Oewey Ronald Sander ChoA ... ,..,... ruNiAK\ ........ J'LA.

W M A-33 DTP. Sheriffrima. w. .... 5.51 ....
alt. 51155
.
I 3 Carry Donald Va1ewhal ..... f';. 'f ,...,..
OP ) niP $55 55 .55.5 hand. .... I.1bar
>
.
Pass ..
X Oordeo RUey N D L ,,( &- ., .,

9 O Oeonre M A-3O 0.-... Jr. Ortfftn. PHPOrtrrtn. v....".. ...... :. t ,, .,....... 13655 ..... bend sal.Car .r...... n.-e& 1slrsee.: Corp.
_
o M A- niP ........
4 Rotoert D Men: tft 1.11.44
tAtrlw
. Sims. n.rw'Ark.d
I.
W M A-laS )vlftln. SUPpswNI. $3.55 endt board .... -'
Mary Koahtb Rhefchugaw IU.rwdMV 0--. "' ) 7.11.44Metier . .-

4 Pranklln p A-O Brow* Dep. Sheriff '. .... .75555 1r M Ny.W ..

WN Mathew Marks Mardln. FMPr IUStllg .. ".,..n.n.. ... M .... bend. as.. I
S William aTs.. UStua.:
W M A-34 Utrteklnaid. J KUpe"PHP ,- ... PM- M M ..,..
4 John William ...._... DeMIS
W .M A-l Cinian hater. PHP 7.11... 3$a M .....
f John SMnetalr a-.. Tad 3
W M A-55 niP
XUpe
1 Waves r.Ue .....* ,.n... 1..55 asS ta.5d .t.

W M A-33 ,....
.leeiai.._. pep Sheriff t;' 515555MMear..
jury T Jam** T. Alford Dld.A. a.rwrl ... 1.11.44

a..w.Y. Dep. sheriff ,.n... 3,44 ...A bead M.
tj-jjcralg ... YaIN Ikl..w IU---
Id .....nd. PUP ,...... $15555 N r NM.
era
pita .
*
t Jor>n Jo.spb tii deal, CAlatas. ?
W N ...-- C *weU. 0... Sheriff ; f .-n'.it' 111... ..... -... toad ..at.I ..
1 Agw55 i.e55aS U Y D L '
*. PHP ... 0.154 ..ernW ..
?-
w.w::e. It ......... Kltpatotc !lie laud ..-....?.- I -n''"

W M Asia .....wtr_. PUP ... 7.11... 55 ..... bawd we.Ie9 .
S 1IaM 1. ......... pools. r Rill ,
ArtS55.,... ....- 1..1... N ... bard ..4...
'
S 11a14Swl Vai.wrwl 044.4 ..
3.115a. FlIPwarn 1.1xDtseb -. /3f 55 .... bond w4.SI .
> .w. ..... ad.qI. ,......-._ C4..IIy
a.0.. ...... C.a.M 1.ao4FAA. ?M M .. 4437.a3 .
.... Brass
.. .. .... ..seas, D4. abwlU1a14s !1.44 $.. ..... tins tM.
.1 (lase W. 11.e..5rnelIE .... Iw 55...v .... Rasa Mel 1- bake
.. +.an. 4ia.a.In34. ,.n... .1.555 o1 ..... ... You ned a .....lrtaktglaenla

S. 1. Ya56a1V ... 0s.a, 1It.- ,...... 93$55 arc bond ..a$1155 we bare lit WlMttMr It!. ch.eidng:
.
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5pwt.wbti'. ........&. FRlbleat. t...... M 44 6451I account uvlB.fi aeeooBt, or cae of many
.oYOA4S [a..e..11 t B14RrA
.. pee. ..b1wNfk of loser. (acv+*.lIAllr.UTaDpl l
kind .
sa __ ...- 1.53 M Lan4. Ct+wa1.

... o .. ..MVWL. FRP165sSaU : : : L 1.91pee. : ,", ... ftJI. ........ and low in ct), jrooTl Aid it part of

a?, orrr-- talta5.a14W F11rDstffM. L ,..,... W.......-..... .w. sal our" *'full..cI. b akJa ......" all tinder -
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73-PUBLISHED' EVERY 1 THURSDAY ._.. DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST 20. 1964
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Anderson Family """*- lodges l\lIehail- Bill Merritt visited his parents NOTICH: IB HEREBY OWEN THAT body and back of cab: completely anrtoeed -

I nSO-CIAt ACTIVITIES 'Reunion Sunday Jackie Harbin Are Entertained and friends in Pensacola the past The; BOARD or COUNTY County.coMMia-Florid, un arID by under full length body rub raU. Double
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I weekend. ,,. until 10-OO AJ4on IMMEDIATE DELIVERY:
. I Unwin and TuMdftr. September 5. 1984. .t Terms To be lease rental and If
_. The nine children Harbin Mr. and Mn. J. M.
_ of Mr. W. A. Dr and Mrs. H. W entertained Stair oiruw In U>. Court House InDvPunimk and when rental payment e
lIalt"lroxfiMmViddjn Anderson Sr., met Sunday at the I their son and his fiancee, family of Belle Glade, visited the Bpflnc Florid. for the lol.lowing amount of tbe bids submitted-a&1):

Jackie Ilod home Plans .AnnouncedMr. family home here for a grand Miss Jackie Hodges at an after J. E. Woo tens on Thursday. NOT: LESS THAN DKSCRIPTTONa!: lu title\ Board to tt>U of property County will 00tnD1Ud0D.be -reeled....
In Caylor get-together. i I'rehearsal dinner in the Coach Miss Hazel Campbell has returned AND SPECIFICATIONS AS FOLLOWS: Walton County. Florida. Rental. payment

Jackie Hodges-, recent: bride of Woodrow W. Hale of Jacksonville Present were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Room of the Hut Restaurant Friday -I from Leesburg, where she *Two Cab(I)Ise"new.Wbeei.Two .ton... Truck S Cjrl ChMla engine to brKln* not December to exceed 15th.IS 1OO4 montns and
honored recently announces the engage Booth (Ruth) and daughter, Jan August 7. has been visiting. the W. H. As- quipped wltb: The Board reeerve the right to
Michael Harbin was ment and approaching marriageof of Fort Walton Beach Mr. and Guests for the occasion Includes bells. Pour Speed TnJumUalonlaooo eal.IaS !. reject any and all bid
homeof
at a seated tea at the i ins Two Speed rrr TAM by order of the Board on Ausut -
Pine Hill\ his daughter, Miss Shirley Anne Mrs. Roy. Scsrbrough (Estelle) members of the wedding party. M 20 10 Fir front tire and tuba, lltn, tool
Mn.Serving D. A.. Caylor a. co-hostess on with Hale, to Jt>lan M. Broxson, and son Andy, of Fort Walton I! Rev. and Mrs. W. O. William :and CASH FOR LATE MODEL Sad BOO tube H :ao 10 Ply Duel ease tire ((8ea1)) Board of Kylea County Latrd.nmIr-'TTiTre Chairman

Road. her mother, Mrs. USN of NAS, Jacksonville, son Mr. and Mrs Stanley Enlehartltelle out of town guests.Arrangements cars. 1958 models up. Buying for Sic H. D. Wheel Walton County Florida7t
Mr*. Caylor wa cf Mrs Willie C. Broxson. De- ( ) and son, Stan of Dothan. of orange: and Eastern and Miami markets. If Turn Heavy Indicator Duty springs front front and and rear rear Autl :3017
W. A. Armstrong. beautifully decorated Kuniak Springs, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jerkins (Kath-I yellow were used to decorate the yon have si used car to sell call Windshield Wlpen a Speed ElectrbsOil. BE IT KNOWN
The home was and white Miss Hale, a graduate of RI- leen) and three children Dana party room. The buffet table held James Hussey TE 8-2211-8 a.m Truck. niter painted Oil Rd Bath Air Cleaner Leonard Zepp licensee of WZKF.
with a green the living room bault Senior High School. Mr. Kay, Jimmy and Judy of Napier I an unusual arrangement of yellow till 5.30: p-m. 12Jlpd: Overload Spring located punlak' Sprlnr at! 9OO .North Walton 12th County Street.Florida De-
color scheme in den. was graduated from Wal- Field Ala.. Mr. and Mrs. Tom I mum, orange carnations and With the following each described truck dump and r>ermttt- of construction permit ..
In the Broxson FOR SALE: WATER FRONT body tnetalled on
end orange and green: School. Nichols, (Pauline) and son. Bill birds of paradise.A One <1> Plat Steel! dump body: Floor for WZEP-PM located at tbs same
used in both ton High tots, and wooded in lots. On smooth steel ddrese ha filed an amendment to
was of 1O
Candlelight of body to be gauge
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of Fort Walton Beach Mr. and buffet dinner of .
the floral ar- The wedding will\ be an event delicious: Choctawhatchee Bay, located on to have. reinforced connealed stake IOtrllonmlm. number BPH
rooms to highlight 22 1964, atOpm Mrs. Raymond Drown. (Evelyn) and dressing with giblet pocket, not lees than 7" bout with 4143 to Include the following: 3 Xw
turkey
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Okaloosa-Walton county line stroke steel hoist .ub-frame* with B R.P. vertical and :3 Kw E Rf horlontal -
songements. participated in several In the home of the bride- and two daughters, Milenda andKathy gravy, marinated shrimp candled Villa Tasso. A. C. Howe: Rt. 1 10 IS foot :platform body mounted on Antenna- belsht to be 178 ft.
The guests Buffalo Ave., Jack of Monrovia Calif.. Mr. green bean casserole, tossed bout In Much manner that there will above terrain
bridal games. After the elect at 8065 yams Box 259 Villa Taco, NIcevlUe, be .at least a 2-foot clearance between 3t AUK 2027.Bep 3MEN'S
salad plato sonville. Friends and relatives are and Mrs. Howard Anderson. Miss salad, hot rolfri, and parfait Florida.
games, a delicious: by all. invited by the couple to attend. Laura Anderson and Mr. W. A. was enjoyed by all.
was served and enjoyed Miss : (Dub) Anderson of DeFunlak Mrs. Jean Paulk entertained at FOR RENT: TWO BEDROOM

The hostess presented casseroledIsh Luncheon Honors Springs.Mr. the piano during the dinner. house inquire at Three Way Service -
covered '
with a
Hodges Sta. M. O. Straughn.
as a gift of the occasion. tills !lodges and Mrs. Buddy Brannon 13,20pd:
and Bert vacationing In Mr and Mrs. Eugene Ward and SLACKS
son, are HUBBARD
bride-elect gal.
Miss Jackie Hodges, Miss Gloria Ward of Tallahassee, FOR SALE: MILK 700 per
Bert has
Bridal Shower Apalachicola. only recently -
Lovely of Michael Harbin was honoredat and or 3 gal. for $2.00. Please furnish
Sunday here with Mr.
Mrs. John IJoUorrm Coach Room been discharged from a spent containers. from
For a luncheon In the your own Open
L. M. Flow.
hospital in Panama City where \frll.
of the Hut Restaurant. Hostessesfor Frank Thomas few: to Panama 0-8 a.m. and 3-7 pan. Varin's 7.9514.95
Clubhouse was the the occasion were Mrs. C. L. he underwent surgery. Dairy. Hlway 83, Glendale Road.
business
Liberty on
Saturday
City on '
Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Tappanare
scene of a happy event on Fri- Williams and Miss Regina Wftllams. spending a week at the Hlv- Frank Thomas delivered the 820.27, 9:3lOpd: .

day, August 7th, when the members and cottage at Blue Mountain evening service at Mt. Zion Baptist FOR SALE OR RENT: THREE
of the Liberty Home Extension A pink bridal arrangement wa.uM'd .ucach. church: of Quincy: on Sunday bedroom home, .bath and a half, .
hostesses at a for the table centerpiece and and living room, dining room kitchen
Group were friends of:' Don CoveU will be Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Ingle )
bridal shower for Mr. John Bottoms place cards holding miniature son Ellis of Montgomery, were and family room. Small equity
to learn he has returned
the former Miss Pat Jones. bridal bouquets were placed at happy weekend guests of Mrs. Incle's, and assume mortgage. Located on
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The lovely flowers used in the each guest's plate. tjus home alter being hoipital.zed parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson Englebrecht: Road. If Interested in
the presented Miss In a Pensacola bospi<.aJ. call collect
dub rooms were given by The hostesses Bowers. renting or buying ,
bride's grandmother who Is well Hodge with gifts of her selected Mr. and Mn. ()vine Hardy and The Grey Wilson have return Crestvicw. MTJ 2-2930. 8:13tfchg
left Thursday for A visit
known for her green thumb. I dinnerware as a momento of the oaughter Beach. ed home after vacationing. at THREE BEDROOM HOUSE foi
relatives in Dayton
About twenty guest were gathered occasion. with Gray ton Beach. rent $50.00 month. $..000 to sell,
Mrs. Harold W. Little
Mr. and
and a few lively games were Mn. C. H. Levy, of Pensaccla third house on left behind Taste
played before the bride openedher Mr. and Mrs. Lavoy R. Miller have returned from a three week has returned home after a visit Freez. Call MU 2-3228 In Crest If'

many ,lfta. Dip and chips, (Zelma Davis) and two sons of visit in Northern Michigan. They with her mother, Mrs. R. r:. L. view after :S pm. f'
cake and punch: were served from Tort Worth Tex., were guest of report it is sweater weather there. I McCaikll 730.: 88.: 13. 20 chg..
table covered with a beautiful Mrs. Lou Jones last week. Whlhhere Hev. and Mr. Ray White left
a white linen cloth with cutout em- they all visited Mr. and Mrs. Monday for a visit with! relatives

broidery. The punch bowl was Jimmy Rodgers. In Panama City. In Mississippi and Tennessee. ,
circled with green Ivy. Mr. Bottoms Mrs. W.-A. McCallum and dau Mrs Barbara Mahnke (Nee t
came in at the end of the r.hter, Mrs. Irene flushing. art Rau) is visiting her parents. Mr. p .
relatives In Alabama over and Mrs. Ed Drake. ,
evening to meet those present and visiting. x95
Mrs. Harold L. Oalnes and sons, _
everyone Joined In wishing the the weekend. KING'S REXALL DRUGS
new couple a long and happy life Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davis speni Lamar and Kenneth left for their o-
several days of their vacation ir new home in Nashville, Penn on _
together. Cape Kennedy visiting Mr. am Saturday. after visiting with Mrs. is proud to announce "' '.

Mr. and Mrs. Mack McCarty of Mrs. Jim Mallory. Usines' mother, Mrs. J. C. Scon- ointment as a Iran h\sed\
San Antonio. Tex. returned to Larry and Donald Davis enjoy. tens and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lynn its a Pp \ _

their home there on Wednesdayafter ed touring of the Cape while visiting John 'leelin accompanied Mrs. -'nt-
several weeks visit herewith with Rhonda and Debbie Mal. Ruth Rlvard to Atlanta on Satur-

her mother Mr J. D. Cai-, day to meet Mrs Rlvard's son '

well and other relative. They! lory.Mrs.. Philip Morgan and chll. Robert, who recently: returned \ AID DEALER ,. ns .. __
spent some time In South Florida dren of Troy Ala., visited Mr. am: from a month's visit with friends HEARING e "

while here. Mrs. Ralph Davis and her mother ,,11 France. .

Mrs. Alan Hart (Clarice ( lltl.) Mr- Jewel Ford this past week FOR RENT 3ft.OO MONTH, .,'

of Perry, Fla.,' visited her sister, Mr. and Mrs Howard Oraysoi I completely re-modeled small four ..'.! '
Mrs. Orene Urlggs' and other relatives of Bushnell Fla., and Mr. ani I room house. Ideal for couple. See ".
here last week. Mrs. Davis Clary. of Milton, wee 1 Jim Taylor by red silo, Htwsy) .,11

J. J. Cawthon returnee! homo the guests of. Mrs. Jean Colqult I West." 820,27pdLKCTRIC : :& 4 4i .
Saturday from Nashvile.Tenn.., taut weekend. & WATBR COOLER
'where he had attended the summer Mr." and Mrs Leo, Andrews, Ji excellent condition. One year
session of Peabody College. of Gainesville are the guests e I guarantee. 10000. Ph.TW 6-3718,

.'t{ Mrs Howard Anderson return, his parents; Mr. and ,Mrs La 3 Appliance Exchange. .
e4 last wveH from a two wwlu. An ...,..,.. teem t" ..It--. MEN'S t AWinwoH'h -
visit' with her daughter and family. .. MlM Janice Clayton visited h.. r "CLECTRIC CLOTHES Dryers ray
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Itev. and Mrs William O parents- the C. E. Claytons tr e $35.00. Ph. TW n-3719. 13.20pd:

Powell of Macon Om. past weekend THRCK BlbnOOM HOUSE for :( )
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rent. Built-in kitchen. Inside city
limits. Call TW 0-2928 for further
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middle aged white woman to Zenith Hearing. Aid Dealers. It is our sincere aim toserve SporiWEMBLEY. Coats

INSURANCE AGENCYFire E live in Ft. Walton Beach Contact our community In every way we can, with the

ti Mary Death, Ft. Walton Reach, finest hearing<
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FOR SALE: TWO BKDROOMhousav Back Guarantee." TIES

,4 Marine & Casuality Nice location-Inside city
limits. Reasonably priced. For s BiNSiatg. PMicts, a Easy TIME PAYMENTS

Real. Awiured. a Drive Injured further information call TW 67736. rail NOME DEMONSTRATION
A Fire Needn't Mean Financial Low Aug.20.27pd.
Adequate Insurance Pay FOR TALC: LOT' -,too X 720 rf. Come In today.,.for a demonstration. of

FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1ILDG.ft with four room house bath Furnished the finest In hiring" aids-Zenith fKING'S MILLER'SANNEX

including boat and motor.
Near water at Freeport call own-
n TE 5-2101. IMIpd REXALL DRUGS TO MILLER'S SHOES

WANTED MATURE WHITE
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Carl Young Ph. Glendale 859- CleaQ
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V t I of x 210 town.feet.8395000.Four miles$350.00 to center down Oven Ran e at low low price.

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,: bedroom apt. All electric klft.en. e Cxelu.hr Pull 'N Clean oven pulls out like
automatle washer TV antenna on
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retln. *S.Nag.... purebred Hertford. Hull 3 year.* terI
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age ,
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t'J i'' CMC fit Isle. .....toat tot. Box $5. DeFunlak\ Springs, Fla w
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,..': .........,te.eM._IsleIsSaa- this school year, ideate rettsvee tara a for famlry supply of pots anal

".. .r'/sr. smaase'1.a. ...... there before September 1ft. pans wfch 2 storage drawers-I fuCT-ajUUt
Mrs Bevsle ..1"1'Io.s' '' Live ,
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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY DeFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST 20, 19S4LJC .


Public Instruction. Game Commission are not damaged by adverse weather breeding PM>uinn may offtet
&Al- NOTICESNOTICE 81& ) IUC01 \District.DLstrict.. the wild turkey will againbe spotty tin.r.l lilt conditions The
a. 4. .. .. .. ,
awab' pal oonstabl 5 *. DutrlcW t. 2. bays Hunting: Looks a prime target for the sports fall flit; :.: -.Mil depend on the fIN IIHLf _%RP14.Nt2Ctf7FiV

4, *. *. Murvejror*. e, 10Oo''DtJ' Good For 11)64-65) surrun-r u !h maintaining good
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.p.elal AaasaY.a Etoctlaweptm In men.Quail plentiful with water k-vi'K in areas where the
r St*. I *4A Teetlmony Whereof. I bar beN- : Generally
to determine whtlkr unto art my band and the orea Meal and mid-summer level I \\as )II.\\'.
e&ecUoD successful early
A Area Number a. a porttoo oflaiMt of the Blats of nonaa.. at Tallahaa. The outlook for a .-uco: *Jxil
or BO* the capital, t.b1a.be Uurtyiirat hatches. Success of late hatches Rail.'I.a.h: hen population Is
Tw Sn. day
in aee. :33. '
located of July. A. D.. I..,.. 1864-8S bunting season U food.
Hangs SI W. .. becIb.. We t will probably make the difference good exi-ept t for the sora rail
of the Cast and U EM Mio TOW .ADA.M.II": Secretary of State ihe statxis of Florida's came Dlrds h. t. which l Thta.c 4TLeO17E
V "
? u* w*.* to J-auction :. :TW eu, U<<&;&.U.AUC..U1.U) and animals at mid-summer may' between a high or average > >considerable decline.Gatlllnlic ZOsyQARCAf'Th..n'
:at W. containing :X3O menu Squirrel: The mid-summer status 1 sc.-m to have had a successful /T C4Y. 7w. 44JAWLeATD6L
San or teea. al80.be North Cast be classified as healthy and ro- hnu-h And be found
o' tbs North Ww 44 aDd c.b. North NOTICE OF APPLICATION bust. nature holds the la good the fall populationwill may ePel.ustts
of \.be Nartb Bat 14 of Section a. OR TAX Ok.Uee. : > However depend on the condition of on most. Florida lakes. At LAft glatol4'L7cNNr
.r V co. stamp at:. coatauu&a RorUt uo . 1M.I. r... Key that will determine it Florida the and other mast crops. "It now looks like another good tWyC
also tb. acorn
cur. inor or NOTICE: IS HKHKHY wildlife complete. fall "
OIVCN. that passes a the season.! Aldrich said.
W.*. 44 of.be North WeetSection 5L G' Awns Noleoa.' UM bolder of lbs guttowing Wily suitable hardwood areas "But as
1. Tw ta. Haas* 11 W. oonT.i.f physical. hold every hunter knows this is
n.ubae Itleu said oertillcat squirrel can be expected to a
all ofU
44 acre* mar or
>. atoor. land being adjacent to tb.pr.a.nt c.b_**. for Tne a certificate tax deed to be teaued According. to A. D. Aldrich director Ita own under most conditions. |I I critical time and a great deal depends - AR.r4w..e.ft4Y
nunxbere and I.II
o'be Town Game and Fresh Water .
incorporation .
of on woather conditions from -
yara .
laeuanc vb d.s
: *puon ol overall nation
of Pmxtoo. Walton County. Florid tb. Fish it is difficult Dove: A slight
property and tn* name wbteb. Commission now until
ut fall. We
Tbl lcUon will b* b14 tbs s.0 which is reflectedIn Just never traf9 CALwwaetr L I >
It wa wide increase
Mnira are a follow
*
owl Tueeday in September which wU : to make an accurate forecast at know until the Is
summer 9tteer& roxspucesvuot
Caruflcat over
"'
-. 0. 1M. Year of Lsuane. bird Increase in the
dtrmlnMo. ate chin f tb.of old.nb Bep t.mb.r of i =area II W. this tUne as much wildlife data the two limit and th, hurricane season is past. *ftcxvy ecvfoosra /#
a would appro* or reject annex iMacrlptlon of Property Bee a* NW remains to be gathered and many dally bag t 2c _.ay'w tit?
In the oar of CMC. 23: run W on l.o. lino a Duck: A small Increase In the
au lDcOrpora&eUlnlta gmM17
of area G1G1t'1QeA7liW2fmLe
me out of net unforeseen factors slip into Jirnmit' t
of the Town of Paxton. PollIng it to Bt. Hwy No. lia. may ( JonrnParticipated
AY
will be tb* ratdne of run tt alone ROW 01 aawa hwy a dust the With favorable weather e) I7 4iLOfe
place game.
Joel O. Thoma paxton Florida. Tne ol 1M411 it,. run K a out 01 XM*.|. In Training 'FX!%t l'$7 Q e y m t 1 T J TY M
It to County hwy trout and suitable habitat wildlife
running Jolly
polling plac 1pO: at 74M: aon. Bay to u....... .
rTeeport.
n "'UU4I aaidbwy will its
and class at 7.-OO to to. c.b._ generally. replenish own Army t'vt Jlmmie C. Jones 23,
are line W ISttij
By oirectlon. 1M4.At of the Town Council.July It to. Fob Ma acre lying. oil brim inCMO. and the hunter may look for a Ornamental Ironwork son of Mr and !Mr. Olen C. Jones,
M ;3*. 1_ l -0eq: in 8Wtor good harvest. ]
Kllsabeth McIntosh Frecport. participated in a tnre-
.
teat: Lnswfore .old .0 '''" ana button
a...... Town Ralph of Paxt A.Mayor. Adams D ID Deed Vol. 110. page 101. also: Deer More numerous than ever Shop Located At GaakinAll week field training: exercise at 10 itC6V
a- a acs, liE back u Klrharcl Hutton and apparently thriving through I Grafenwohr.
Town of PaitonMOTICB oar Lot 43O ft lone 103 ft wide Germany ending
theretofore deeded to W. S. Tye la out the state. Several areas ... : August 12
OF ELECTION Vol. is*. Pace 9U4. Also: 1 acre Joining port that deer are becoming a
I Jones wa undergoing extensive
Richard Button acre hlebb.. G ifl111gCTIi
B* It known that X. TOM ADAMS comer of hwy )tG. U 210 ft lone by problem and other previously training in' all types> of tacUcalrana' ACA7ititalS!
Secretary of Btate of the State of IIO ft wide deeded In Vol. 131. pace closed areas will be open to deer
Florida, do hereby *1v* notice that a .*. to Birdl B. Scott In Stw. 34 A '' firing: and weapon famlliariiation -
OI3tKRALi JCLJX7TION will be held In :99. Twp. 1 _usb. Rang 1. Weet.Name hunting for the first time. during the day and
Walton County' Florida on Tueeday In which assessed O. B. Mor Turkey: A good hatch in most night exercle. Oversea since IIQqtrC7Jaw
the fin Monday InNovember. san
next euoeedlnc. A. 'to.J *4. the eatd Tuee All of rid property' being In tbs sections: and if the young poulUMoaley. esprit HC4.) he' is regularly stationed
day being the third day of November. County of Walton atat of Florida.Unlre O6 _
offloM such cerufioate or certificate rear Bamberg, Genrtany.
to fill the following : .
deceaaed. on this 13th day of
Vnlted State* B.natorC.1na shall be deemed according to law. August I.... as a cannoneer In Battery B, 3d
Oongr*** for the lbs property deacrltwd: In such c- rtlfioat A
DUtrlctTnre or certificate will be old to JAMES W. WARD Battalion of u4th. Armoredvision's
U) Justices of the Supreme tb* hlcheet badel.b.. court hour Mildred Administrator Moat.,of., d.ces.d.NOTICa the eetate. of ( 78th Artillery.
Oourt.. Group 1. 2 and 3 door on tie flret Monday in monthof Jones entered the
Array ta
On (1) Jurtc of tb* District Ojurtof September. 164. which I* the t
Appeal for \.be Ftirn.. Appellate day of mber. IBM at 1JO P M To. Jam L. October 19\ ( 3 and C'OrftI'.tccS.so I
: ** Vaughn
trict Governor Dated this 10 .day LEO of ANUKEWS Auituit. IB 4.X. Hout :2000e.a. All Wartc aearent..dCampbell training! at Ft. Gordon, Oa. l'iegraduated .

Clerk of Circuit Courtof Alabamaou from Walton high_ ------
Secretary of State
> are hereby notified that 'e
ComptrollerOnmmlaeloner Walton County Florida following motor "vhlcl: IMS Mercury Welding school in 1939 and worked taNlcevllle r
of Acrteultur 4tlAucl3.3O.178ept3 Comet 4-door. Serial No. *TllU>Sl yU before The Cecil Dorieys are grand- Mr. and Mrs. If. U Wiles andchlld.n
TreaeurerBupenmraaxi 04D.rai will b* auld at public eal.. at 1 P. M. entering service. ,parents twice In one week. Theyhad of St Augustine spent

Attornq of Vtllltle Publio OominislonTetat Instruction NOTICE APPLICATION OF INTENTION rUM FINAL TO MAKE: on Creel tr>ford* &elh: Company day of Into Aurwe.d.l4 .at.. I Rt. S. ...xH, DeFwnlak "rI.*... !\frl. Mary Cawthon has been word' that th.lron.. Joel of the weekend with Mrs. Wiles'mother

Florida Public Wins.. Judicial OI.CIIAOE eon Avenue. DrFunlak Sprln*)*. Fie, Elands' Phene rierala' .HIt Mew Philadelphia. Ohio has ann
of \.be W, D. Douglass.
Ihe Mrs.
Attorney Tm twit ., tie C_nty .J.d(*. The proceeds- orhe aces WW M guest of relatives and friend .
born the week Bot
Circuit Defender First Judicial Circuit WalUea C__'''. Slats .f Florida applied flat to tb* payment tae In Pensacola recently, and .... same as )- Doug and Debbie remained. for e
public IN MIl: Katat ofMiWRLD coat of retaking storing and : .. of by' daughter Mr. and Mrs. JoelDorsey
District
Btat.* Senator Third Senatorial turned the first of this week andIs longer visit with their grsndmother. -
.
MOUUtT. DweaMd.IN aid
veblcl
motor and th eot ol'
Member of th. lieu.*.of Representative named their. son, Marvin
On I1 I'
PKORATK publication of notic* of .... and then at the home of her friend Mrs. .
TO ALL, WHOM IT MAY CONCERN! lo tbs eaUarartton of the balanc dinunder Todd.
JudgsClerk Hugh Scott,
County
Circuit Court Notice t* hereby' (Iran that Jam** tbe contract coerliuj lie flnanclne .
of th* .
Sheriff W. Ward filed his final report a* ad- of ..... motor ".old*. Any IE
Ta. Aseeavor mlnletrator of lbs eetate of MlldndMosley aurplu* will b* paid to you and you
Tat Oolleotor deoeaeed; that he ha. filed will b* liable for any' halano remaining Take 60 Seconds
County superintendent of Public hi* petition for final dl8C'b..... and unpaid under acid contract.vnderalsned n..R
InstructionXuperrtaor that h* will apply' to th* HonorableJo reeorre* th* right is
of Registration Dan Trotman. County Judg. ot bid.
RIGHT NOWTo
Three 'S) Member* of tb* Board of Walton County. Florida, on th* 12th Unl"..... 0 I.T. Credit Corp.
County Commissioner DUtrlet 1. 3 day of September. |.... for approval. 478 North Pace Bird.
cods of earn and. for final. dlecharf a* adnlntatrator ............. FloridaIt.
Two (2) Member. of U>* Board ofi I of th. ..tat. of Mildred' August 30. 1654you're let us help you clear

up any Question you e..gii '

might hare about Inaur



If the kind w.ante live ."...ra"e.. breathe '"...r.

.nee and all Inauranoe . . )
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handle every type ef rl.... I IfI

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\ FORBUDGET WISE HI I IN .:. QUALITY! LO IN PRICES!


: ( itii (QUALITY IS NOT AN ACCIDENT BUT THE RESULT OF SINCERE ENDEAVOR)

YOUNG TENDERBEEF

ti1 LIVER Lb. 33c BONELESS ROLLED

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J U Jj7 ''TASTY SMOKED I Pork R oas i .t


Picnic Slices Lb39 C Pound


SUNNYLAND SMOKED
CARDINAL SMOKED
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FRYER LEGS .4'--' Lb. 35


FRESH. DRESSED f='

FRYER BREAST Lb. 39 T


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JUICY WEST VIRGINIA PAL'OR SPARKLO -..-....
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':;.,; Peaches.' 19t2SDRI! : ! ; L No.Jar 10 79


I MIRACLE.'WRIP. Jar Qt 39

Z Lb 3 5
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DOZ. 19c AURORA TOILET .. ......-
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I 2LBS. 15c 2 Roll'
19tr
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EVERY DAY LOW DISCOUNT PRICES

lOA LiquidDetergent y -
>ol Crushed OR BALIwVRDBISCUIT
! Pineapple No.2 Can 27c 22 07. Btl. 39c.-1- 1>aI.6I
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. Juice 46 oz.Can 33c... Handy Andy Qt. Btt': 5ge
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Sauce 303 Can 15c Quart Active BottleLiquid All. 3 Lb4.! Pkg..- 69cIOA' .,... ,
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