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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 27, 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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Preceded by: DeFuniak herald (De Funiak Springs, Fla. : 1992)

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-i TV Cable Delayed ActionAction

on a television cable 4b HERAJD
franchise for the city here was

delayed; six ,months by action of
the council at it meeting Monday

night. 0 ke ti
The council had already held r ,

up action on a franchise at the .
request of a local croup whohid
asked for a year's delay In nto

taking action on a franchise. t'1 er i.
The question of a garbage fran- '

chise was discussed and on mo- VOLUME PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY _DeFUNlAK SI-RINGS. FLORIDA; AUGUST 27,1961 Or Number 38
tion of Councilman Bill Shultz it ..Ft

was decided to talk over the queer I Squaws Invited To f''
tion with Aubrey' McDonald who 'Commissioners Hold
1* now performing thi service Regional TourneyWith T Budget
prior to asking for bids to see If :
a Mutually satisfactory agreementcan I great pleasure we. the
be reached with him without I A Squaws, wish to share cur enthusiasm -

asking for bids. with our many friends
Mayor Harold Goodwin appointed and fans on being Invited to Down To Same Millage-49

Clyde Rhodes as a new participate In a regional tourna-
member of the DeFunlak Housing ment to be played at Panama

Authority and re-appointed Hugh SUSIE FOREMAN ENJOYS --
Adams to this board. each for 71HC WORLD'S FAIR City.Other participants In the tour- .+ yrn QB Club To Start I Help WantedMrs. The County Commission has terms. nament will be teams from At- completed' work on a tentative
An ordinance was approved' Shown above Is Susie Foreman lanta. St. Petersburg and Jack Membership DriveThe I Pat IHitier. secretary of budget calling for 29 mills the

prohibiting overnight parking< In In front of ODe of the many fountains sonville. Come one, com all. support the \.utUMi county hoAmlWr 01 same as for the past several years

VUbllc parks maintained by the at the New York World's your Squaws Friday night s Walton county QuarterbackClub .......+unrin. teas us an oyster pro- The school board millage<< /
city or on city property.The Ffclr. Her World's Fair visit highlighted August :28 at *30. will kick-off their 1B -1985 tvMiitK PUoUL u cunalderanll opri.uig .- again at 20( -.making a total of

resignation of WUmer Wil- her vacaUon trips this Your interest support and at- membership drive this week at the u.>wi itioiis til Wattun county 49 mills to be used In figuring
kerson as a patrolman effective year. first meeting of the club on the 1984 tax roll.
.endanc. will be greatly appreciated and is imerst in finding out
September 1 was accepted and !I She began by attending Grand as we journey. to OaklandTerrace Thursday August 27 at the Hu Mtxaii U>* avuilauie labor supply The tentative budget chows 11.4 i.
Cecil Alford was employed as the Assembly for the Rainbow Girls in Saint Andrews for our Restaurant "beginning at 7:30: p.nt. 'thirty women will be neeuea mills for general revenue 8.5

parking meter patrolman white in Jacksonville. From here she first tournament play. The coaching staff of Walton to open oysters, age and axpera0 mills for the road and bridge fund
Ralph Rushing Is In a hospital went to Miami to visit relatives.- high will be there for a questionand not :3 mills for the fine and forfeiture
We are taking a school bus and " important.'Ihose
The council decided to end city After a short visit, she traveled answer period concerning thr interested are iuesteoto fund. .5 mills for outstanding Indebtedness

employees pay period on: Thurs to Alexandria Va? to visit with da.aces,..leaving Anyone her who at wishes 4.-OO: on to Fri ride Michael X. Jackson. 17. eon of Walton Braves conning football I i to give the Information jwrs. In this fund. 2.3 mills
day of each week instead of Fri- friends. While she: was there she Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jackson of I season. hat totter Walton county Chamber for bond Interest. and sinking
with do for SO cents
us so .
day as has been the custom. It and three of her teenage friends round may Fnaport and a graduate of Walton I The purpose of the club Is to of C'1unerce. OcFuntak fund. 3.1 mills for Walton county
was reported that there has been decided to visit the Fair. They trip.Contact high school has been awarded stimulate and maintain Interest in prln... )hospital maintenance an dopera-' ;
no reply from the Walton county did so and found it to be fabulous. Bonnie Bonner. at TW the Huggins Memorial Scholarship all sports In Walton county to I' lion 10 mills county: general
school board on the council's pro- After Susie toured the 4-4128 by 5KM: o'clock by Thurs mad available by Dri( E. I* Hug- t.elp provide funds for our athletic school levy and 10 mills district
posal to lease them Harbeson returned to Alexandria and fair from she day to reserve your place on the gins MJ to Emory: at Oxford facilities, and to maintain our The ASC Community: Current school levy.

Field for $1. year with the there went to Washington, D. C. bus. University to bcom a doctor of reputation' as one of the oldest Committee Election The taxable assessment roll Is k

School Board to maintain personaland for four days. She visited the medicine starting la the fall term and strongest Quarterback Clubs up by $173.0311: this year over last
property Insurance In the Capitol. White House National) September 31, 1984. In this area.Membership. Deadline Nears for a total of $9,090.9.11 each
amount of $50.000 or to rent it Art Gallery Smithsonian Social SecurityHas applications are being mill' bringing In slightly oer

for a one-year period for $1250 and Arlington National Institute Paid Over Teachers Coaference mailed out to prospective Farmers were renvliided of the 9000.
with the city to maintain the park Also toured Mount Vernon members this week. All numbers approaching deadline fur voting Non-exempt real' property l I- assessed -
and supply the Inswance. returning hone before 100 Billion Dollars Held Tweaday At and Interested fans are Invited. U% the elecuun of ASC community for the current year at

This is the field on which Wal- Susie aU this Methodist ChurchA committees for farm program ad- $6.079.B6: personal<< property at
ton and Tivoli high school football says was wonder nitnistraUuit In Walton county today $2.579,780 and railroad and telegraph -
fUl and enjoyable but she is glad Twenty-flv years ago on August Busy Session Of
games are by Fred W. Spaun. chairman, property at 438303.
to be
Following is the council's offer back home among her famIly 1. 1939 President Franklin. countywide conference for County Court Agricultural H t a b I 11..Uur. and The budget shows, with fire!
and .. _
friends. law
D.lano Iloa.evelt signed Into
teachers was held In the FirstMethodist
the Board of Public Instruction: Conservation Committee. cent of rsunrawM receipts 'IC-
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"Gentlemen: bii'p'byih.* 78th Congress church in DeFunlak '1 h. voting Is being conductedby ducted from all Items, a total
"In our Council meeting. of I and entitled the Social SecurityAct Spc'maOft Tuesday August 23. Three cases went to juriesTuesday mall the chairman*... estimated receipts and expenditures -
August 10. H4 the motion was Huge Iron Tonnage Amendments of 1939. Therewas The pastor the Rev. I* Garrison In a term of county ami ballots have been sent to each of $273,749.41 In the general

made that we contact the school Seen In River Area little fanfare or publicity gave the devotional.In judge's court presided over by known eligible voter. In case an revenue fund with 'l20,3n0.3O
officials and ask for a representative concerning: this event because few an Inspirational address .Judge Joe. Dan Trotman. 'with two eiimbl voter falls to receive a anticipated from state sources and
to be present at our special people resllced that the amendments County' Superintendent John other defendants entering guilty ""lIuthruuah the mall h* may. $115.573.34 from county .*UfC'C'..
meeting on Friday night August Representative of the U. S. would Ultimately affect the Baldwin challenged the teachersto pleas and two case nolle "roel l. vbtalii one at the ASCII County Major) expenditure from this

21 In order to discuss the nuben Geological Survey and the Alabama lives of nearly every American be the very' belt teachers, the George O. Shoekley. was found ulllc*. Generally a farm owner" fund Is $100,300 for general county -

Field situation. Geological Survey have unofficially finally. very best parents, and the very guilty of assault and battery and tenant or sharecropper U eligible' t governmental e.pen.e.
"It Is agreeable. with the Council I Informed the Chocta- On the 25th Anlversary of that best Individuals possible. was fined $2&0 or 90 days by tu vote If he is taking part or Th road end bridge' ) fund with

to rent or lease the field to the whatchee-Pea River Development legislation John V. Carey Social Th business, meeting was presided Judge Trotman.A u eligible tuak.* part in one a total budget of .2341.4..2S. lists r

School Board' for use by Walton Assoc. that there are an estimated Security District Manager described over by Miss Ruth Anderson. charge of following the too or more of the program a< "".le5 from state sources and

High School and Tivoli High Boo million tons of iron ore the 1939 amendments as .. Teachers who are teaching closely against Curtis. I*. Anderson t*ltd by the ASO committees $77.881.58.. from county' "entrees..
School f-r one dollar per year :and in the area far more than the the "most significant Social Security In Walton county for tip! first was noil proMd by. county' itvetopes containing marked Highway. malnlenarww anti minor
relieve the City of any responsibility minimum of 10 million tons of changes ever enacted."' He time were Introduced. Miss Anderson prosecuting" attorney. Paul Thomp- Lallota may be mailed or returiteatt C'OnatructlMHeQUnta for'
'whatsoever. cargo required by U. S. Engineersto stated that the amendments laid expressed appreciation to on. W.ItUlC'oun7 AHCH of tic. 179100. with $28.000 for capita

"If you are Interested pleaselet justify development of the the groundwork for th. present. the a.u.1neurn.nd school per Melvin J. Reeve was found anytime before September !I. llaU outlay., $13.OOO road tax to munelpalltle -
whether or not tow rivers for Social Security law by providingfor the will be tabulated. transfer to
us know navigation. sonnel who entertained newteachers guilty of Improper Ian changingon I wta publicly by and $1 .5OO
expect: a representative here at They: also reputed that 60 mil. monthly. : benefit beginning at a KmnonAugust :20. a highway and was final. |3t the Obunty OOtnen1t41pembe fa. used and btWu fund.
our meeting.- lion tom of lignite existed in the Jan.unr" lS<4S>. M. ..-kr foe esIMn4workerss . *.JrW gc'sT' sT%* Vrt* 8stfBssMasMk8m sV *j J'** %M*> ...e.. 1Ioee\a.,. seat a' tit* Walton CountyASC2f *TH* tins aunt ftwt Htitr* tuna ,
r Very truly yours Pike county Ala.. are., and that ,but also for the depend year will ncIudea" discussion ol Fay Thanes plead aguilty to a otllc ai BOO; ualo'k. shows anticipate. y.eetpla. eat
City of DeFuniak Springs considerable quantities of bauxite ruts of retired workers and deceased teacher certification by Cecil char. of disorderly conduct and Fur each committe tires rguUr .*- "IO3.43t.83. all from countyre .nur.,.,). ,
.John F. Dludworth had been found In the basin. 'woikets.Th Golden from th. Slat Department was fined. $25. nvmbra and two alternate* *, with ....soo transferred to ?n'1''
President City Counclt"Louise 1939 amendment." said of Education a report on will be elected Th. chairman,, this fund from general revenue
Directors under the leadershipof ea.m.d.. Social Security ar.mlly the rrogreas' of the Okatoa.Walton !. -I An assault. and battery manger vice chairman and regular mtn and I8.30O from mail and l brMg.
the association's president, program rather than one .Junior' College by the I .gainst Hurl Ammons was foils t..r of the elected. ABC community lw enforcement coats: are put

Wise Complete Geneva's Mayor WUbur O. Prid- for retired workers a Ion*. Sine President Dr. J. K. MrCracken. pto.r.-f. commute will also serve as del.retey .- at $131.491: with $8.000 for JSD-
Course At i'cngacoU ,en. requested a report from the then the program has come along end a panel of delegates. who will: William Leonard plead guiltyU respectively, to the county' Ital outlay I
geologists In order to satisfy the two charges of petty larceny sinking'
I way toward realizing led ,goal report on the FEA meeting.School'H convention where the AHC county Th bond Interest
Miss Louise Wise who resides Engineers that their delay In set for It in the 1939 and subsequent and was fined IIOO on each count committee will be chosen during fund, budget amounts to $48,87'.OS.
at 1817 East Lakeview Avenue making a decision on the projectli amendments that of Lester I. Ford was found guiltyof the second' we k In September with. $32.42380 going *r. cmirt-
Pensacola and .Is employed I justified.The providing baste protection against Open -- xceaalv speed and was firm Questions on Uglbtlltty to vote house revenue certificates anil Interet -

Fensacola Junior College has Just I geological survey in the Iou of earnings when the family Drive Carefully $5O and costs.Th atMl hold office or on th* electionruce anal $34, 31.3 for i Interest
completed an intensive sixteen 14-county area In Southeast Alabama breadwinner becomes disabled following cases were II'! - >dur., will be determined. by and sinking fund rs.rv*.

weeks Institute in "Business. Data Is now 45 per cent comriete. dIn or retire In old ag*. Today Th Peninsula Motor Club posed of Monday, In the I'poorln. .She ABC county commute* subject The Commissioners wt'l' haloS

Processing Teacher Education". !it was reported by Thomas 9 out of 10 working people are (AAA) today announced the day of court: to appeal I to the AHC State a nubile clearing on the pr p<>**itliudget
Miss Wise Is to be commendedfor .J. Joiner chief of the Palentology building protection for themselves opening. of Its annual crusade ask Myrtl ElUonda. charged with tontmltle / on Friday. September 4.
her Interest and accomplishment : : Stratlography Geophysics obtaining money under false. pretense In the Walton tours1 t
IDvUion. and their families under the Social lag motorists to be on the. alert at their room
In this. rapidly growing fUbt Alabama Geological Survey. Security taw.- for children traveling to and from nptl prossd. Area Residents May ty courthouse for the purpose I sit
ef Technology. This institute was Clay suitable for brick .is present Carry noted that .....* than 100 school. Gladys. rrid..... found guilty hearing r-wM- ( *.ta or complaint on i

conducted by Mlaml-Dade Junior In each of the 14 counties Hlllon dollar to bsnrflta-stbout Th club was joined locally tn by a jury' of drunkmne. fmd Participate_ in_Panama the budget. 3

College In cooperation" with the he pointed out. Clay from Geneva 80 billion to survivors. of deceased the -nuaa *- by Sheriff Howard $23.Weller City Art Exhibit .
Florida State Department of Education : county has been sampled and their dependents and nearly. 3d Whoulery was charged<
([Andy) Anderson of Walton county .
and the Technical Education : fired. AndieUnas quality. burin. to wswvSw.! of dstjasidv with petty larceny, but It d.... llecidenU of Calhoun Gulf llolrrvrs Walton CountyChatltber
and Police Chef Pet lUehartis:
Branch of the U. S. Office ofEducation. Other minerals In. the area 'orkers--hav* on paid In th* of DrFunlak Springs. loped the charge should have been Jarksun. Ok.k-' _. Walton .f Cosnterr.Cotassualty .
which can contribute to the river period January 10 through fun.I New colorful poster bearing grand larceny and as the county alt Washington counties' are In- Calendar. I
is the daughter vital W .rtlclp llt. 'In the Southern Aug. 27 Hpt. :3
Frances Louise shipping court did not. have jurisdiction p
tonnage are llmeitone 94)) Th above figures do not the Important ...*.*... "School'.
of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Wise of the was voile proasd. and Contemporary Arts Festival '
sand gravel, lignite and bauxite.I Include the benefits paid under Drive Carefully being ease
Open are .
which will b* displayed In the August 27' -Dayllly HocUty. -7:00:
DeFuniak found r'Htyef
Springs. Joiner said lignite .is beirg combined the disability provisions of the. displayed throughout the com Wllll& O. Inflngrr,
aide of rued Hrs store 'In I..nama City Heptembvr Aug 31-OeFuniak Uon*_7OO.:
with nitrogen for taM as Social! Security' program. munlt Th local KehooT Open"program driving on wrong
Betty Colrln Teaching fertilizer In the test and suggueted According' to Carry, more than U part of th* nationwide Coed $5O. and COlts JO, October. I I. 2. >. Sept. I DeFunlak Eastern Star-

Mail At renmaeola that this might be a potential ,- 1 I' minion people now hC't' iy.monthly campaign by th* American Auto- WlUl James Pare, found notguilty Artists may submit three plnlIng 720.
for that mineral. Social Security Security nubile Association and Ite BffUIatod of a charge" of destroying.., for hanging. No entry fe* KlwanJa-12I": J'
Miss Betty Jo Colvln. a recent The meeting between geologistsand & benefit' and th. total will reach clubs.Th psrvonal property.Wllll will b* charted !" members et Joyre.e-7:00.:
graduate of Troy' Stat. College.has members of the river development 30 million early. In 194W. Locally AAA urge prnU to walk Jackson found guilty of the Panama City Association. tuiw t Kept. 3-PlUXa .1300.NOTtei .

reported to the new modern group was opened by Prtd- bout 1 sees people to. our seven. with their children. seta ar* alUndlng disorderly. conduct. Shawl $25.. ..t.members will' pay .a f.* .,1
Betlview school In. PensacoU asa gen< who explained that It originally county. district are are. receiving. school for the lint time Ho**. Potter found guilty ofdlsadutr $3 tM per aMUt.Painting .
mathematics Instructor beginning was thought that two dams Social Security benefits earls to help the children alct the ronduvt., fined .21 and may be In oil. water f

her first assignment a* would be sufficient to develop' month totalling more than .*..- safest route. to wtIoooI.l rorts.St. color' or mind media., must not I'm happy' to say' to my. friends
teacher. She .Is the daughter of navigation. of the Cbonawha'.....* 00000. for trial Wdnilayr. Lea- exceed 40 by 4O Inches and must bt(toning. today.. I shall be In my -
Mr. and II.... Clyde Colvta. Kvery- to Geneva, but that more investigation To know about your. Soda ... Oka/o/n-Walton/ c. ... mon. Curtis Hvta. charged with be tamed and) wired r.*.ty fw. office at Ifuggina. Medical Group
CIne wishes Betty Jo the best In disclosed that four dams realty right and ..**ponNAuitie l Opened With t94 .."ehI.A a right ., way violation.lUcnard "i ...''n.. Entries' must be received every day ah week Monday
un. September> 24 between 9 ......
her new work. would be 'Csaary.' always contort your Social ftetl. eherged< giving ,through Thursday neon.
Security offlc .Tb omc for a wotJilM. rhesi. and f pm. at th* shipping" and
In order to Justify the expense Tk Walton-Oka.too** nw Jun- Make horn rails by appoint-
SHIRT$ AND SKIRT of constructing four dams, the this are Is I..... at 1138 Harrison I le college' ....... In (.ussponry Hubert- F IfutchinMm. ,eel.lng dock. of Hears .Ineatecn merit only during the day I will
Army' engineers. reed proof thata A........ pat,.. Florida quarter In Valporatsa MondayvtO of failure to nave motor.. dtar''j r Fifth Street In Panama City, be happy' to s** you socially rr
minimum (telephone fAJ I). under control. Improper Cash awards. will b* placental'
The square dance club Is haying of ten million tan of i a total rnrottmn of 84 4su4nto profeaaloeiatljr.night .
fey the 'PAA for first three peep
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open boua Saturday nlgfct. hipping pr year" would originate . -far mar Was had bn equipment.Reborn .' I H. ealt. except I In acute } Th three t top winners
August 29. Nt at '7*9 pm. lathe tc: Uus area. espted. Orarson charged wttHpBSiiiaslan emergency at hospital. Thank you.Dr. .
Mna. I). G. Rebus C 4rW t.. of nMtoihtn. and will b* snlblted for a yr In
National Guard Armory. At the request of th* piesLeos Icr MNk Birthday It had ben hoped to hv. this dnsnfcenneos.rauttr 40 elli*. and will then e._pete In J:. L. Muggins ..
Everyone .. .Invited especiallyInterested the engineers here delayed many by U. end of th* secondyrr. .
u.o.e In joining the their final repent" for toe yr Thoa' this but. thin. .h*. now tMo r-. .. we. Ftiankswhip, charged Atlanta. for a I3.AOO leafs pause.I.arir. NOTICg
*. allow time for tale eajeyIag happy *ccsMian wHk .s give proper usg sal. .
new esw. -.. surrey of wish Mrs. Helms at her I vied .. I. OO. i A Itegular Communication
enjoyed. having the couples water and mineral r-oure. thateaeid Nsen ' Mrs. WaVtrn rut day rnr.(lmnl saw. Ms) at. 1.. Thum aan. charged with IJnrrt.t ffalural. nrtd.. Lodge No. IM C
were Spun. ....H aid Wen Flflh. flan. In KnowMary
from Ft., Walton Bn act Panama cootrfbut to river anfpprng. Karen Farrell day .....h. 318 evening s4udente battery win. b.* hM Saturday night ftept. !
err and D.ey Je Walter n* -
odors., charged wit.P1I'IAC *
.qty dance with us Ut Saturday . Director' were elated by the and 9. taking. a cu>e* toaovnr4 $. al T p-m. All members and
9psM. Mr. and Mrs Uyd a vrartntoMi vlMMrk of M,. end Mr.. Dewey r.fhrrrior k
night. Wfc hope they wUl news' of hug r-ow end Ugntt matt. and date peo.eswst. . visiting& llrthrn Frateeuttly Invite
departs. Dovts.r. Mr. and Mrs. Caa Carroll. J.*MnrJtna**... nrg.,f withrtrftMrtJng ( of ,flout 1. OeFuniaksVrtog
com again.. Mr. 04 Mr*. Gerry Carroll: ad. e... t* the olfa4' *nry *f *. ",..... recently won SIPS *.. I
Attending th* meeting were ..*...*... Tent Mr. and Mra.Pto a .,..,... r>lr* In th* Coswtel puma. ,lf.te* 2.11.. Campbell WM.
PHdcen. J. Oyd Lewis D. 1C I. Jams L.. !
.. Appntiatl.. C.pbell. Scy.
BrataTtaaOvyian.' \ Flynnnd how a-.1d.1 tJufort.. KortH Car-
NOTICB Morrh. m. Joel 1. Johnson Will C Atort. ..,.. with
alloT Lrnsk <............. Mr. SnRy. J AS e haa ef asemei.4bn.. .tin*.
r Geneva: John reel| D.ruv*.Ir' Died.. W. maid. Ws... la .eptwee. ortppeeetatJ.nns Weather Report
Mr. Car Argn. Mrs.Clro Kra tyntbty. tort. Trjaisewsef
W D. Cawt es ,
of Dr. ,
The office amines: Erie J. Fntmar. TCoaafaynd . sad. graftttaa* to eachperson
Mnr. Mr. and Hrs.ofav.v try M,. Jock TUlmoA f I
wfB .be'cloved' from August 241* J. P. FauZk. Sre ....... who Asa. bees. a* tlMugt. MOTICC/
8ttx. 3tMr. Sev41 erred son. fUrky. Mr. .Ifavekwk. North Catalina to the Dte High Ija** Rain
to September and Mrs.. Ronnie Se*tt and elaetgHtor al and genres SM... tn. *c*.- W.....,. MEw* '. !. thUtl Awn 19 87 73 IJfl/
CARD Or THANKS eVnc ., July 4 wiuef plated. .* JW.s' BeeNty JIMp wM .like.. i .... t'
MMrl>*a ofTV k'rt, Mr, an4 Mra. C4- lm*** sod rife. aye 3f 89 42.47
and Mrs. Hoy ..
M B.oel.t hlrpetat. .M P.wr.eMa 1e a.wi..... /has .ff.rtv AM
-.bIM there, D.vetfy and 1..U UMbtty judged *n *teo4Uty.. walk.! tier 31 1O.L11:
r.Macula, pent the weekend Here We would. like. to tau this 09pnrteMtty Gluts Mr. A4 M,... Ossvtrl eat n toes I re **MI at tJUs tl*.*. 2f. M4. tiere ...... will t>*I .114 c*.ter/ 33 U.. 1.47
wttTa relative* to thank all the awry ...... Yes tlM.c*>tfulrar asd lining ......... The wttJ to. ...
and Mr Jack Lester anddaughter. al... Arg. .,..... EveArger shop. $ DnrWty will .* riding 23: uV 88 .83
Mr. ffWnde and se4atlaea wise were a* *. end lessee. ., .
Mrs haze Argw., SCr. MM| esesaua. lorinmasUs. ansi A4La wera4 tike Trcrten: August X>. .to the Mucky 24 a.., ,
tVsMtrte of Is***, Ala. tkm.,.tI.4 and. fcetorw etariajr. u... ..... tss *e, the I
W,.. Drrto tTlaaiaeetsMsv. swot. *** geresntownNeartary 1a Irt all of beer eunimees .as the" I,I Mount, rt.rtn CarflM lien.low 33 '1"
vtertecf. retetrve* last weekher* Sons IDaesi aetd .*fJ? eras -t .
gifts vM .
..nealeg .. . reek act lie.. ........, yea aken. seal ash snsny friend. .. hme.w .. Th avenge rainfall' for the
.. D.Iuelek to lewd smacner. Mrs Sarah ASM ....... ere..e .. sae and my ..w -.ds she. .barn. appeesiiwiidoing '1 Mary, ....... proprtely railedLac. entire. month of August fell durIng
base ......... .
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you kse4si with awns and Caporal tinerity !. weather
fed days *f tn week.
w. woaM tOut .. bk. aS fee Mrs. Srlil lisits at ...... Thank again .... trpin. err/ I IsrrHeorsj sew t* step try IW W m*.. Marine stelfcnwwt. a4 the when a total of 7.29: rainfall was ,
AltO CORNc Doe *..*. .Urwl.. j c..a. barn. we ... n aMSSSdMg CM ..... yes .*!
CUVTOMwKSs n.ak'7 may < a inhi etty Arts tn Use laana.eeves M.rsM* Corp At rStstion. Cherry measured ter. Considerably heavier -
II'-' *:. C. D.. WsRlaatt. Tip C ildavtabbd I ... tlrlaawt ......t ofa4.aaai ....... Mr, real Mrs. Ce..rtl Mrfnerd I,. ...... tlse attsap will .. rant. M C Ak* .. s.*tgn*>. to ralnfaMa .*... recorded al
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IS... teJor Mttonl ...less Offlc. Miler point tn th* county.Council ..

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Indian Creek Baptist Church .d (
Wilbur Kelly, :Pastor t

Davis Lan. Baptist Church ytt
Pastor, Orvls Miller ;

Santa Rosa Baptist Mission 0 -
Rev. Marvin TaylorFirst ;' >

Presbyterian Church .. ,.
Carole Drive_DeFuniak Spgs.. FlaOayle 0 N'EW'
W. Tarelkeld. Minister

OUlla. Presbyterian CbapelMEtaisanna : .,
Road ,
DsT nt.k Springs Tla.Oesyle { ;
W. Thralkeld, Minister .':;,

Kuehee V. Presbyterian Church :..: r
Freeport Presbyterian ChurcnOleodale HOp 1 :
Presbyterian Church ,
Red Bay Presbyterian Church MtUy&= ;
John M. Ash, Minister a , .r < '- *. :
Balat Agatha's Episcopal Churehftev. ; t'
George Milam
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Ctrele Drive. West
Rev. Sam Sblrah ,t' :' .:'
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Wesley Memorial Methodist ' y <''
C. C. Colvin ,. t ,
Winston Jay t
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Methodist Church "j
J. D. Renfroe .
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Bruoe Methodist Church 9+ e
J J. Snod ... r.v'a i
w:' Center Ridge Methodist
J. A. Anthony Jr. 4' .

Darlington Methodist Church
Rev. C. C. Colvln 4 .
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Ponc. de Leon Methodist: Church 'f .;,
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Rev. C. C. ColvlnOaFusUak ,
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Springs First BaptlaiLlvecak ?*',L \of' >

at Eleventh Street { { ..,,:,.
W. O. Wlllham. :Pastor .
East Baptist Church'' ; II

Richard Uloodworth I'astor r + i' ,+. ',,;

1,\' alAwta...xAve.\M BmplUt Church' . .. F .
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W. IMlaWla' Avenue b J lt I ;,11"J- I!ll
Rev Wilbur F. Cotton, Pastor "o.If 1 1 l ,' S

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Nortkside Bsptlat Church:! .. 1 :
Rev. Olea Speace 1 )

Gaskln First Baptist Church j ,, _
L. U, Johnson, I'astor ,, '.. ,
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Freeport baptist Church i I :.'
W. L. Clark, Pastor > : .,
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Friendship Baptist Chureh '5' a !
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C. Lester Weekly I'astor 'X" o- t,'

Q ask In South Baptist Church I ..,r,
Rev. Tucker Aplln "
J.GleacSaJeDaptlllo.unb B. Birmingham.>I'astor Sometimes the future looks black; we can't see a glimmer of light anywhere . TH tmn rot U.Ill.(rot m ana! ...."... I

: and wo ask for help without really expecting an answer. But we're wrong. Even. that The Church hafi\i h."
l r. build
Rev.Lime Stone Baptist Church: small word, "help"I means that wo have realized our own I inadequacy and. turned to ing actoron: of character eart and the good S ; :

Cony Black Pastor I 'i Something outside ourselves for guidance. citizenship. It U storehouse ;' '

New Harmony Baptist ChurerRev. of spiritual v.luVilbou&
Kenneth KlckUghter: S Called, or ,not called, "God is an ever-present help in trouble." And whenever we a strong churchl. ii neither .

Oak drove Baptist Church ask Him to intervene our lives are filled with new hope and inspiration. can democracy survive. There.var(:four :
Kenneth Wadle. I'astorPaBtosi ,
Baptist Church I ": Ho does not ask us to worry about the future. In fact, He doesn't intend us to sound person should reason attend why aervicea every I

Chatlca Kerby, Pastor ;, worry at all. Worry indicates uncertainty and fear and these have no place in Chrisneularly and support the t
"If!. church. They are: (l)) For his
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.t Ridge Baptist ChurehRev. J
own aaka. (2)) For his chil-: .
James KinchinPlru&jnt ,, dr n's ..k.. ((3)) For the asks '
Perhaps thinking "That takes faith than I'll have\ "But
Grove Baptist Church you are greater ever you ,of hia community and nation. .
Rev. Floyd UarrvttAed forget Cod help. Perfect trust serene peace of mind . these are-your birthright ((4))For the aake of the churchitaelf. I..

Bay u."Uaa.w.. I And your Church will teach you to attain them. which needs hia moral ..>-
and material Plan .
Rev. T. R. I' ,, support. ri. "
to go to church regularly II' ;
..\Ia.We Bso>Us< Okureto :S Copyright 1964.X.i.Ur.MY tIsbS Berries. *I"'.'''b'i.V.' a8d read your,Bible dally. J.;;: '
Rev. Ivan Martin :

Ceey Creek Baptist Chureh : $E Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday TharadajrPhllippUxis Friday Saturday ::", ? :
Robert Kuox. gins : j Deuteronomy rualma r..hna Act I I TheoaaJonlans II Timothy

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Ls:er Aubrey lwld.t::: carer These Religious Messages are Beino PublistM Each Week in the DeFu niak Herald Sponsor ;

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W. A. Whltakar. Veteran's Gas Fisher Hardware Co Fisher's Pharmacy Quality Store Charles \i. Prescott

is Wee ... Af1. y .1 O.d Company A GOOD HARDWARE aTORK . PLUMBINO MBATIPIO

.. Cary KJcaardaCluster -IF IT BURNS OAV-.CALL ua"
Springs Baptist Cnurcfc PfggJ.y. Witnrb'HaroJ4
King: & Co.
SmlUa. Pastor
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Mossy Head UapUat ........ Comander Funeral Rivard Chevrolet
Floyd t7.r Pastor
StandCr11N'S Peoples ater Service Company
Da Furniture Co. Home
Argyle Baptist: >Ulaafao t ky
awe JUe* lung Company
Lab.Staaley Baptist CbisMat WASNINO OMCACINOGof
.... Harold> R. Padgett Choctawhatche

'((1: ' IUTZ THELVTRET "' Irl Urepartl Bie"t Electric Cooperative
:Plea tent Valley BapUst Gnurcfc rs Ready To MO" OUT OF LIR._ Henry' KoetHber: ,
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No Need To Hide ,
Some folks hide behind their
They think I guess It If. the thing
to do, >y
They me._t you face to face eerb DRESSES
In the morning "' /
And tell you a great big whopper r
Before the hot old day la through x +
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Life Is filled with much deception, .Y xb
4 1 4f' Things .some how Just get out of s" 3
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AS Aa we go on planning* and ever

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.y As we plod. along our tiresomerace. : : In

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Those who hIde behind this old Y.
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May hear the!' words some day i. _
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they stand sad and rejected SIZES '
Before "Saint" Peter seeking MISSES AND HALF .. .
entrance; at ; .
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Harry Moore Fti fiX n "."" ..',
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Mr. and Mrs. M. Y Mfcrtln l1u\"Ct of . :'., '
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returned from a vii with JU-v ;p,
and Mrs Davis Martin at Atni"re. .
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Ala.Darid Ches.*..:'re* left Sa.lntft.y ''r .\ :" ", ,:::;...,

M'y 9 C'oIIfCa... where hot ,I yo ;
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Nationwidefamily I Engagement Announced . .
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The engagement and approaching mery, Ala. Mr. Hitchcock Is a .. :: .'" ".. .:,<..
of the Florida School ),;... ,: '
marriage of Miss Lois Ann graduate .:, ': :.
the class of 1962 and is CU'renUy .
Deaf :
I|Murphy to Doyle Edward Hitchcock : .'
Engagement Announced ,employed by a printing -
is her
announced today by firm in Tampa Fla. '
I parents, Mr. and Mrs C. P. Murphy The wedding will be an eventof < .
:Mr. and Mr*. Eugene Campbell presently employed by Southern compensation- of this city. The bridegroome.cct October the eighteenth at half ,,< .:,;"
Camp of Gadsden, Ala., announcethe Dell Telephone Co. ; the Glendale
the is the son of Mr. and Mrs.J past two P. M. in
The Li
and prospective groom
engagement approaching E. Hitchcock of St. Augustine Baptist church. No formal Invitations
Mere- grandson of the late Mr. and Mrc
marriage of daugher,
Fla. will be issued, but all friends
dith Louise, to Bradley Robert Paul Schnleder of Ortonvllle A idea for i! The of relatives of the
new a new era bride-elect la a graduate and couple are
of Mr. and Mrs Ar- Minn., and the late Mr. and Mrs.
Johnson son College To\vn Old Salem
of driving security. All. the Florida School for the Deaf, cordially invited to attend the -
Johnson of Clinton Minn.
Lyn Henry Johnson of eFuniak Henry I
.i lie attended Jacksonville State family protection against class of 1963, and :is currently ceremony and reception: which
Spring making her home with her sister, will follow immediately at Glendale -
and unin-
f The bride-elect Is Ihe granddaughter College and plans to enter Cum- bodily injury;
Mrs. C. If. Goodman in Montgo- Baptist church.
of the late William T.Newsotne berland Law School at Howard sured drivers. Pays daily ) Kinston
the late Josephine College this fall. He also will be disability anJ Thompson and Mrs. Rober W. employed In Birmingham. efits. Ask: I f<'t 1 :'/ Dr. and Mrs. Richard Wle.s and Mrs. Helen Harper of Pensa-
I Camp and the late R. W. Campof The wedding will be an event ,ptntatt.jtt. three daughters have returned cola visited relatives and friend .
Gadsden. She is a graduate of of September 12, in Nowlin Cha- from a vacation trip sr.ent in here last Tuesday.Mr. .
Gadsden High School attended pel of the :First Baptist Church in Philadelphia where they visited and Mrs Wayne Bulger and '
Jacksonville State College and is Gadsden. Norm Weiss with, r. Wless' parents, and at the son, David of Nlceville, were
i New York World Fair visiting relatives in DeFuniak 'MILLER'SANNEX
J I'ridprn lMdff.DeTuniaU Circuit Judge and Mrs. T. D. over the weekend. The Bulger
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Yeager and Miss Margaret Balkom visited Springs Eeastey have returned after a visit have just returned from a vaca-
n( two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Dick her parents and sisters in Chip- Florida to tho New York World's Fair. tion in Kansas City, Kansas where
|I Beverldge and children, and Mr, Icy the past weekend. :rr- t Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Doroey!' left they were the guests of Mrs. Bul
!, and Mrs. Sam Derkley and children Friends! of Mr. Gall Lasslter ALa_ .. .iaP.3MutUAL :. today for Tuscan Aria to visit forsoerol : ger's mother, Mrs. Geraldine TO MILLER'S SHOES
have returned to their homes will be happy to hear that he .a weeks with their and I Banks and her
sot. grandmother Mrs.
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., IfJ way with 90.the Kay W\bon'a. on n* \ undergoing Hospital in Iensacola surgery At IlnplUt. I 9ra477.: .............1..rwz+-y '..1Uv.. .: t:-.-" -.{y.-, --.-, .

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Television Payments $15.80 per month aa.M No defrosting ever, not even :

Automobile In freezer! ....: "
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however, there are detectable signs of dis- Game Commission between a high or average bar the Pensacola Journal and his two ,' ".,*I ir Flournoy of TaU-
DeFUNIAK HERALD .. p. i".put the( p.t weekend
THE affection with the sons, Kurt and Roger were viiitIne ,
arrangement.The vest.Squirrel '''i ii. r and
Looks : The mid-summer status s. n family the John
Says Hunting: with Mr. and Mrs. Bob ,
with TilE BREEZE prosperity which is Ander-I I Floumc- Combined very so high on is good the fall population son and :Maggie on :
Del<'anl&k Springs, Florida the political agenda may have helped bring Good for 1964-65 will depend on the condition of ..
(he acorn and other mast crops. ;::- r .
Published Every Thursday at about disenchantment'! with Federal -
expansion the
The outlook fora successful With suitable hardwood areas
DeFunUk Springs, Florida For it mens that more people than. 1904-85 hunting season is good. squirrel can be expected to hold

Completely Covera Walton County Trading Area ever are owners of goods, property, sharesof The statue of Florid.-)' "game birds. its own under most conditions.
and animate at m d- From Alabama to the Gulf of Mexico corporations. Such a growing stake in the classified as healthy and ro- wide increase which is reflected LOOK

Second-CUM Postage Paid private economy may be causing rising resentment bust however nature holds the In the two bird Increase to. the

H. C. STORKS, Publisher 1924-1063 at Government's endless taxes, key that will determine if Florida dally bag limit.
wildlife complete fall Duck: A small Increase in the
HOWARD STORKS, Editor, Publisher regulations and interventions. physical. pacers a breeding population may offset'

SUBSCRIPTION: Beneath such fairly distinguishable Issues According to A. D. Aldrich potty breeding conditions. The Guaranteed the cheapest way

Walton and Adjoining Countles$3.00 Per Yea lie some less readily identifiable forms director Game and Fresh Water fall night will depend on the We need your business, you need our service
__ _____ ". Q I'ar Year of discontent which Fish Commit on It ill difficult to' summer rains good
Other ---.rrr.r--- both President where
Johnson mako an accurate fnrM"nOt! at this water levels in areas Change over to natural gts today, be ahead of
and Senator Goldwater nonetheless sense. time as much HrlUfe data remains I' level was low. the Fall rush
Bible Verse Is
"Goldwater speaks of to be Rath; ('rod and many Pall Marsh hen population
He that loveth silver shall not be satisfied "a virtual despair unforeseen farts! mav slip into rood except for the aura rail Heating Cooking Hot Water
with silver; nor he that loveth abundance among the many who look beyond material the game. With fax'i:.ihla weather which shows considerable decline.Gallinule ,
success to the inner meaning their and suitable hal vlit wildlife will; seem to have had a successful -
with Increase: this Is also vanity.-Ecclet be foundon
slatses 5:10: Johnson, almost' In echo, talks of disconteri generally the hunter replenish may look Its for own a good and most hatch Florida and lakes.may *Change over at LITTLE OR NO

t oOo in terms of a feeling "we haven't been keep. harvest "It now looks like another good cost to
Ing faith with tomorrow, or with ourselves." Ooer More numerous than ever> season.- Aldrich said. "But as
Gems of Thought . Conversation hunter knows this Is r
and apparently thriving throughout every!
Conversation is an art in which a man has Why such manifestations of vague uneasiness -, the State. Several areas report critical time and a great deal depends !
shoud appear In the- midst of general that deer are becoming" a on wheather condltons from
all mankind for his competitor.EmersonIn affluence is not easily explained. But I It problem and other previouslycoaed now until fall. We Just never DeFunlak Natural Gas
cc areas will" be open to deer know until the summer Is over
"seems \\o us one possible reason may be that hurricane season .U past."
my opinion, the most fruitful and natural hunting for the flr t time. and the
leisure and economic independence to think, Turkey: A good hatch In moat
of the mind is conversation. -
play or anyway wonder, about the meaning of sections and if the ymmg poults Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Drury and
Montalirne are not damaged by adverse weather daughters Candy Cece DeDe. Dept.
their lives as individuals and as society. If the wild turkey will againbe l.eLe of Morgan City, La. have
The great gift of conversation lies less discouraging portent for the future. men.Quail parents Mr. and Mrs. Alto Foreman -
in displaying it ourselves than in drawingit : General'! t J'1 lenliful, with for the past two weeks. Mrs : TW 6.7211 Days TW 6.3791 Nights
Indeed despite all the kinds
of discontent, successful early nd mld..rummerha Drury is the former Dorothy Fore-
out of another.-Bruyere we think it would be a mistake to regard h Success' f late hatches man of here. i
will probably wak tha difference .' 6t
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in a picture.-Hazlitt this political year is ground. for hope of a k. .v

The true spirit of conversation consistsin ernmental aspects, toward a new birth of 24 HourDEPOSIT

building on another man's observation, freedom-or in Air. Johnson's. ,somewhat 3

not overturning It.-BulwerLyttonoOo different interpretation, building a "great .

society.Whnt" promises to make this campaign SERVICE !SHAKE !
Not By Bread Alone
unusual is that for once some of both the .
President Johnson. reportedly expects to -- __
dicontents and the hopes find articulation _
put particular stress on prosperity as a in the Goldwater
political philosophy. It Is
campaign Issue, which certainly sounds like precisely because he is undertaking to offera MIGHT DEPOSITORYUse 'i4- : 3
sensible politics. Yet he is also too astute a -
choice that is a host of conflicting attitudes our convenient envelope drop. ?
politician not to realize that the campaign, and feelings, of unknowable political r o

from all present Indications, will turn on dimensions, are coming to the fore. That is No key is necessary. Deposit suppliesarc

other and sterner stuff as well. why it Is suddenly so difficult for the pun You need a basic banking service? Shake
furnished and receipt will
As Mr. Johnson himself observed this your
dits to count the votes in advance.
. we have it! Whether it's a checking
week "The most the best
prosperous, It is hard for us to view such a campaignwith be mailed the following: day.BANKBYMAIL .
housed, the best fed, the best read, the most alarm, however rough it may get In account, savings account, or one of many

intelligent and the most secure generation some ways. On the contrary, a campaign kinds of loans (conveniently arrangedand

in our history, or all history, is discontent:' which clarifies the real issue, identifies the low in cost), you'll find it part 0:

From this discontent rather, the several hopes us well as the discontents could Itself our "full-scale banking service," oil under

i ) more or less buried streams of discontent be an important part of America's new Ask us for free bank-by-mail envelopes. one roof. There are special services

-flows the prospect of one of the most search for meanings in an age of uffuence Every mail box Is a teller's window.CAWTHON here, too. .

{,, fHrobVng' campaigns.. In terrna of our ,.whole and uncerta\nlyWaU\ treat Jourrlal.l.... # .....:.,." ...,JfnttlH H \
national /life and direction, in many a year. JOo W' "i fH fc"t: t-
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Although It may well be personal I and CoincidencesHere '
Amazing this/ / "fuf/.serv/r/ / rnkl
the could also :
bitter at one level campaign is
a compilation of coincidences
: prove to be that rarity, an exercise in political .. about the tragic deaths of two of our presidents BANK

j philosophy. And it is the uncertaintyof DcEUNIAK SPRINGS, FLA.
that has been making the roundsof
the dimensions of discontent and other THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKMember
newspapers and magazines lately. No oneseems
feelings that Is already causing the expertsto H Member
to know where the list originally came
question the usual political rule-books as from: Feiferal(, Deposit Insurance Corp. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

they apply to the election outcome. J
Both President Lincoln anti Preimlent Kennctly
Even the bread-and-butter pitch, however ----- --- --- -- .
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were concerned with the Issue of civil -
potent its political appeal, is not In- rights. I

culnerable. The simultaneous political emphasis -
Lincoln was elected: in I860 and J Kennedyin
on poverty Introduces a jarring note 1000. Lost farm

into the theme of prosperity. In addition the Both Presidents were slain on Friday and any machinery lately ?

long business expansion has been fouled in .
in the presence of their wives.
part by inflationary Federal policies, and -
some of the undesirable effects are beginning Their successors, both named Johnson i'ou may be losing more than you think.,That is, if dirt, rust;

to appear. If the economy is being overheated viously were Southerners..ervt>d in tho Democrats Senate., and had pro-' : exposure and improper lubricants sirs killing yocar equipment in Jta prime. _. ,".

It can be asked how soon the cool.. Andrew Johnson was born in 1808 and t; Tho Standard Oil Man win be glad to Jlubricants and method.'j); : .

ing-off will com and how sharp It will be. Lyndon Johnson in 1008. that will keep your machinery' hmmraeast. extend its useful life. y 1-:{; .

i The economic well being of most people John Wllken' Booth and fate Harvey Os Ask him about Standard MP Cress, the improved '. .
is evidently not enough to out "
moreover wald were both murdered before trials could -..-: *>' nll-purposo lubricant to service! ) yotxr ma11VIII. "'7' .
weigh the various sources of discontent.No if'
be arranged. I//
knows to what extent revulsion "
one '
Booth and Oswald were Southerners favoring i .
toward the violence that baa engulfed city :: .r.,..0
unpopular Mens.Both . -'<
after city, North and South, theee past 18 Presidents. wives lost children by : ;,',I, '" > ,y- '
months will figure in the election. But it is ,
death while residing, In tho White House. STANDARD '
that great people are disturbed.
plain a many Lincoln's .secretary, hoe name was Kennedy OIL
Most Americans we believe, still endorse
advised) hi mnot to go to the thf'ntreJ' ? >
pursuit of legitimate aspirations 1 .
the Negro's; what dismays them is the break- President. Kennedys. .secretary whose1, We take better cart of your equipment i', mr J JJ.

name was Lincoln, lulvUetl' him not to goy
down of law and order,,the bloodshed in the to Dallas. I IIVeaMent I
which increasingly mars the civil
Kennedy' was shot to death' > In

rights movement. a Lincoln made by ".or". j
Many voters, too can only be bewilderedby
President Lincoln wa killed In Ford'stheatre. '
the events in Southeast Asia and especially

r the seeming lack of any clear military j
/ John Wilkes Booth shot Lincoln front a
policy. Just a matter of months ago
theatre and ran to a warehouse., |
Government was promising to have all
the .
Onwskl shot Kennedy from a warehouse!
American troops withdrawn from South
and l ran to a theatre
r Vietnam by. the end of next year. Now. out _:
that the 16.000 men oOo-- I
of the blue, are reports N xpF. i Iw _
there are to be reinforced by. 0.000 more, a Csre-chnrmer' Sleep, son of the sable Night

relatively! huge' increase. Whatever that may Brother to t "ath. In silent darkness. born ,I

" turn out to signify" It sounds foreboding." Relieve my languish and restore the light;

Still l one of the Imponderables in this With dark forgetting of my care return. '

campaign Is the degree to which apparent" And let the clay. IK time enough to mount

r foreign policy errors or failures may be off. The shipwreck, of my ill-..d\rntuml youth:

4 set by. worries that Senator GoMwater if Let waking) eyes suffice to wail their acorn. r

elected, would conduct too risky a foreign Without the torment of the night untruth.

policy. Such ambiguity bedevils almost all Cease, dream, he images of tlay- I lere{ !t
the political calculations. To model forth the passions of the morrow; A

Thus It .U Cft'talnl7true that Urge num. Never l let rising Sun approve you liars

..' bees of citi ens have willingly accepted Fed.'and To add more grief to aggravate my sorrow" :I

largess of one sort or another for many Still let me sleep' embracing clouds in vain. J. A. McCALL Agent DeFuniik Springs Fla

.: 'as weD as the accompanying intru- And never wake to fl the day's disdain. I ,

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: -they dash fart "choull.l .. hula
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... (- '. the nchool durintr I reeesa and at tiiMtn. Watch out for them
,' peak| traffic period
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Handle the wheel of your Cdr as If 0 carefully let bad brake' faulty
nteerinir irear or lazy whulAhi.,11nn It|1)1 rA undo your careful(
every child were your own. (FoR. l KIDS) striving

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w.r. Injured. ur killed' In traffic accident. Olmrnre. all the
...,,... "" CHILDREN ......" rut'** for drUlntc near wrhuttl, and reduce' th. danger that
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Co. Supt. of Public Instruction Quality I)cpt. Store \\

W O. Campbell Co.
Uivard Chevrolet Co. 1 // \,
Cawllion State Bank

(Member I'. D. I. C;) Service Drug Co. Q

Creel Ford Company Joe Dan Trotman 1 ,
County Judge ;i' \ f11IW(1lluL1/KttIJ
Choctawhatchcc Electric ,
Cooperative, Inc ooJ V/efttem AutoKHOCiate Store I

Da nicy Furniture Co. Ford's Standard Service Sta.

First National: HankMember DcFuniak Natural (:z"c Dcpt l

( F. I). I. C.) Driftwood Florist'a' f

Fisher> hardware Co.
Hulger Auto I'artN 1
Fishers IharmacyA -
Mom & adtf Kentaurantreoplen '
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Water Service Co.
Henry I Kocrbcr

Eddie Jones Firestone Dralcr
Jitney Jungle '

KingKexall Store Firrt' Federal Saving & Loan

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Pt. Breeze. xpcnt Thursday in Pan im:, City. I i C: vacation apent with the many beautiful gifts.! Favors were : and Mrs. Lillian Puree! of Valparaiso : -
The Beaches Mr. :Malcolm Patterson and children Mr. Ned Chancey bpCI11ut ehihir-n mother's, Mrs. Ollie Sue party wh1atl Terrell and Fred Strickland were business visitors here
of Shreveport La., spent the w<",.k in NiVIUt it" ',,.,, h, lIFC I Oodw.n in New Orleans. She Delicious refreshments of birthday Stan and Elyce Toole Robert Tuesday.
Miss Joyce Ann Morgan of weekend with hU parent, the W. guest of bAa Uncle Luc Auui thy' brou .ht them home and stayed cake potato chips and pink Wayne Infinger. Mary Sue Eddie
Panama City spent last week L. Patterson at their Grayton Charier:! Rays. ever, several days. Earl and RUM Morgan Joy Salts-
with her grandparents Mar. snd Beach home. Mr. and Mr. Maxwell Kilbour- His n. O. Saltsman visited her man. Adrienne Walline and the
Miss Julia Strickland w- ', a ne and Miss Sim honoree. .
Mrs. Ike Morgan. > Kilbourne spentWednesday : moth r, Mrs. :Mel Cameron in the attending "CreMr.. and
Mrs. Van Butler of Gray ton business visitor In DcFunljik In Pensacola. Bfcplist Hospital. Pensacola Monday -
Beach spent several day last Springs Friday. Mrs. Evic Salteman and grandchildren :: and Tueaday of last week. CaswellMotor Mrs. Albert Butler Nod and Regina -

week with her son and family:>> Mrs. Steve Barrett of Sengrovc.. Gld and Oay GodwA. i.eComplete Mrs. Cameron returned to her Mrs.Chanvc Bill Toole. Mrs.Mrs.Roy Robert Dutllson In-

-- - -- -- daughter's home in Gulf Breeze
--- -- - --. finger Mrs. Dick Saltsman. and
-'JI.. : -='_ ,.._ _: : --::. .;-. ,...::. on Wednesday', so Mrs. Saltsman Mrs. Edd Walline.
and Joy spent Thursday with
Motor Sending gifts but unable to attend -
them there. : O. iJddy" Warren
: Mrs. W. A. Holley, Gilbert By: M.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Infinger Ray Mr. and Mrs. WaUace Bvlc Whimsically ;you always
and Mrs. Van Butler of Grayton lard. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Ziel. have two chances-one of getting -
Beach spent Friday in Panama and Mr.' and r-rAnd
Mrs. Steve Barrett the germ and one of not.
City, getting the house ready for Mrs. Robert Tarrance.Mr. 1 the
1SCHOOL : you get germ -
JLitt&! Oi the Infingers to move in over
;you two chances one of
the weekend.!' They will make their 1961 Falcon Rush-
and Mrs. William W. getting the disease and one
home at 1701 Louise Ave.. Panama 2-Door ing and daughter Charlotte have of no. And If you get the
City while Mr. Infinger con- )Just returned from a vacation tripto diseas.: ;you have two
tinues his studies ao: Gulf Coast $895.00 the southern part of the state chan,,!., one of dying and one
SUPPLIES Junior College.Mr. << They visited places of interest of And If ;you die ;you
and Mrs. Henry Wesley 1961 Ford along the East Coast in Jacksonville still Lave two chaneea.Althc. .
made a busines trip to DeFunlak the historic" city of St. Au-
Miles 2-Door ugh the term "wonderdrugs'
Springs Thursday afternoon. 39,000 Actual gustine Daytona Beach Palm : *
I Mr. and Mrs. Camel Morgan Beach. Ft. Lauderdale and Miami. is sometimes considered -
I and children were business visitors $995.00 ,Then crossed the Everglades to the an extravagant copy writer's -
creation there! Is no discounting -
In Panama City Wedneday. ,
i West Coast and visited St. Petersburg
I Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Kilbourne 1959 Ford Galaxie Tampa Apalachicola and the fact that life expectancy -
and Miss. Sim Kilbourne were today is a full decade -
4-Door Panama City. They report a very
I transacting busines In Panama enjoyable trip. greater than In 1935.
City Friday.Mr. $895.00BAKER : Mr. and Mrs. Alto Foreman enjoyed Mush of this astounding increase -
and Mrs. Bob Tarrance ofDeP'unlak having their daughter and Is directly attributableto
Rexall DrugsM Springs enjoyed a firh- her family Mr. and Mrs. S. P. the so-called wonder drugs
King's inn trips-and supper with the Roy CASWELL Fazekas Sr. of West Hollywood and to the Improved surgical
techniques which they helped
Fla.. for a brief visit. Mrs. Fazekas. : bring into practice.
Is the former Jean ForemanMr.
Phone TW 4.2281 BIRTHDAY PARTYA MOTOR CO. and Mrs. E. I*. Hollings- When you are fn need of
lovely little party was held worth and family have returned medication remember SER-
Saturday morning, August 22 In from a vacation at Sea grove. VICE DRUG CO. In addition -
IUFUNIAK SPRINGS FLORIDA' the Pt. Washington Methodist Free Parking Rev. and Mrs. Langdon Gar- to a precision department -
Sunday School hcnorlna we carry full lines of
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} fourth birthday. Guests were Rely on Service Drug Com
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I I cruit training at the Naval Train Walton Menus Jehovah's Witnesses IN MEMORY OP JANE 'HICKMANMAKES
i log Center. San Diego Calif. lark. From ContentionI BUDDY WENDELL
County Agent Notes L| He studied basic military law AUGUST 31- SEPT. 4
customs and etiquette I ,>rail 1 "
delegates have returned
Monday Barbecue beef on memory of our beloved son Word was received that Jane
Oscar Harrison s board and a routine.basic knowledge of ship buns, hotdogs sliced tomatoes and from of a COllr-d*y district convention and brother who departed hi.*'Ilf* Iflckman. daughter of Mr. and

lettuce succotash apple cobbler, JC'hovah'Vttnesst'S In three year ago Augur 22. 1981. Mr*. W. C. Hlckman. made thePresident's
Srf I cheese strips bread butter, milk. Montgomery, nccord-'ng to Peter A token of love and remem list at the U. of South-
I JAMES I. :Netsnn': .
K. presiding minister here.Khan'
C17CHENS brance
of '
1"- Tuesday-Meat loaf and tomato one ve shall never for- ern Mississippi, for the summer
James K. Cuchens, Jr.. aviation gravy hamburgers English peas attendance ranched, 8.024 Ret. His memory to us Is a treasure quarter.

FM.r4a Aerteulttir, Extension a.rvls. structural mechanic airman USN and whole potatoes pickled beets, at the principal session Sunday his loss a lifetime of regret
/i." son of Mr. and Mrs. James K. when J. A. Hinderer. Watchtower We
Banana pudding rolls butter are sad within our memory "Jols Tolls Ward spent the past
L_ ' Cuchens, Sr. of Freeport. Is serving milk. Society representative: spoKe on lonely Is our heart each day. For weeiaend iln Pineapple Ala. with
Walton C.u ry Boar .f Cmmlr.l_r.. b..Nr.ulip' with Reconnaissance. Attack Wednesday-Chicken and rice< the subject "Peace Among Men the one we loved *o dearly, has her ))aND.....'Mr. and Mrs. MarvinS
Squadron Nine homebased at the of Good Will or Armageddon forever
called 'Ward
; ham and cheese sandwiches away and rand Naval Air Station Sanford Fla. frozen mixed vegetable, fruit Which' fondest of those memorle more and .1.IDda.
ASCS ELECTION SOIL TESTS NEEDED The squadron flies the Vlgi- cocktail' coconut cake peanut. butter Delegates" MW the ordination of lasting and more true are me-
farmers In Walton late." the 153 new ministers In morle *Cr*. Paul Teelin. Sr. accompanied -
AU county Eight Navy's newest super and crackers, rolls.Thursday M baptism of the happy day we ,
I : Walton spent
have received their ASCS election county farmers sonic. Jet reconnaissance. attack Welners and service on Friday of the convention dear loved one with her son John and Tim
ballot. You are urged to vote for i applied for ACP share cost aircraft. I The flower etwent' to Mobil, on Wednes-
salad corn dogs and potato sticks, we place
upen hit
on the
special day-where ..
hn .
took hi
committeemen of choice pasture practice The Witnesses transformed the the your but have spinach fresh, grapes, chocolate may wither and dfta.lbut
and mall on or before September ihc not brought in a soil test. RONALD J. MARKUS pudding rolls, butter milk. Coliseum Into a riant Klnedom 'love for you who sleeps beneath -for i hi* radio operator'
1. 1964. soil test Is a must on this Marine ;. nce: Corporal Donald Friday-nh square, hamburgers Hall Nelson said the entire as- will never fadeaway. Means s.Mr. .
COTTON FARMERS TO MEET the Come by our office in J. Markus son of Mr. and Mrs fruited Jello cabbage salad, ramble was set up and operated Sadly missed by his family ..**>d .'...... Doyle Eubank
Walton county Cattlemen their and basement of the Post Office R B. Markus of Route 1. is serving potato stick, rolls, butter, milk. bv: more than 2.0OO volunteerswho I Mr..and Mrs. CoUs! and nsl, :"lUy of Panama City
wives and friends will meet at pick up your soil hag and with Marine Medium Helicopter worked without pay. S, Simpler vtatteditjfr/and! Mr*. C. E. Spence

8.30; ajn. hursday August 27, for Auger. Squadron 264 which recently Singing' At Pleasant Ridge "For UII In DrFunlak Springs,"I j Billy M. Stapler and lastly. and Mrs. Betty/ Beach
[their annual tour. A noon meal LIGHTNING KILLS COWSA participated in mountain flying Nelson aM, "the assembly! meanta Donald Ray :Simpler. and f amlly en 'hid." .
{will be served at the Walton Fair heavy bolt of lightning struck operations In the Chattahoochee The Walton county Singing chance to fellowship with thousand
[building at 12:00: noon. Meat will Iu the pasture of Perishing Wood National Forest near Gainesville Convention will convene Sunday of ministers and aided us to .
I be furnished. The wives are to in the Limestone Ga.The August 30, at the Pleasant Ridge prepare for an expanded program TENTATIVE NOTIC.
|bring a salad and dessert. Saturday and killed community five cows. mission of the squadron is church just off the Bob Slkesroad. of ho\Ut"ooto.hou. teaching and i BUDGET Opr 'WALTON COUNTY COMMt>&310NR.
[COTTON WARMERS TO MEET This was about all the cows to provide helicopter atransportof Dinner will be served. Come for conducting" more home Itlble WALTON COUNTY..FLORIDA
Walton county cotton farmer Mr. Woods farm. Each on personnel and cargo for Fleet and bring your books.R. studies locallv. The assembly\ was
who have had trouble from a cattle are killed by year lightning many Forces during amphibious opera E. Harrison chairman one of A3 scheduled for the United Notke Je hereby given 1964 '1UBa

growth inhibitor will meet at the throughout this country. W. deep, tions. .States and Canada this summer of Walton County norid..the,...l\be'lleerd of County; Commissioner'
Glendale Mr. and Mrs Robert Neff and tadid..artd
School at ly regret this los or the hceipta oanpl ted the .atimatea
7:30: sot livestock and
p.m. 01. .ap i141tterw 1.,....
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT have returned to their homo fecal
[Thursday. August 27. 1984. the Wood farm. son that the nerd" wlU.t year 1"4 IN5 and
I in Nashville. Tenn. after a visit Mrs. John White Sr. left this 1 S.U In a'.JOOO tAY., on 'Friday .
Mr. and Robert Sellers are with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. peat Thurs, for Thomasvllle Ala for the ReoIa _!the..lttitlon County
Local Men In Service tion of Senior Platoon the proud parents of a son born Dick Smith where she will Join her sort and "' .. pS3. ......... oeod C'CIInpIaIaIa from Sg

I Class at Quantico. and Leaders August 11. It 4. weighing 8 lb. 13 family. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. White, that It snaking. .wMt..eera.vWons/
graduation Sel for a vacation trip thrnurh Arkansas I')'..anet .abaU '
Delbert DELBERT V. LAWSON from college he will be comis- or lers. Gregory LEGAL NOTICEIN Missouri. Kansas and other the blKiget utoUoan: hs.ttyoo tentatively adopt
Lawson. seaman. stoned a second lieutenant In the points of Interest. GENERALKCVYNUE
SN, son of Mr. and Mrs. John V. ; Marine Corp Reserve. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Pullum of 1 -ntm CISJCVIT cornr' 0. Mrs. Alberta and 'FUND
Powell Tena taniwNeM
awson of DeFuniak W 1'Y. rs..arl/A
Springs, re- DeFuniak Spring, are the maternal IN rNNrKKV Ml*. Nil will be misse dbr their many Stat Sourcas) -. .
jntly visited New York City STEVE ESPINOSA grandparents. Mr. and Mrs IN HI: PETITION tie MLA NEwnNOTICK Y friends since they have moved, to County Source* --.---, --. -----------------------_.$120.38830

Lhlp board the amphibious command Staff Sergeant Steve !:$plnosa. Homer Sellers of Westville are TO: KHinLKT I.OU1HM kCAMKS.k.. their new home In Eufatita. Ala' Town of Den-laAt- -Springs-- ---and_______________ 115,573.24
USS Taconic. son of Mr. and Mrs. Angel Es- the paternal grandparents. auiHUiT ixjuwm MBWDY Everyone wishes for thf'f1a very PaJr10n ----.N.-N._ 1,300.00
While in New York, he had an pinosa of 82 N. Locust St, Ot ebo.-e.w Tow are..d btby Muttons.notUI that". happy and bright future among Kstlmated Reeeipts
pportunity to visit the New York tawa. Kan. Is now on duty witha Mrs. F. L Townsend. widow ins rued wtttlow ID tb. ."" ._'=u'w: their new friends. Leas a* ...--______________ 237.283.54
World's Fair. Taconic Is unit of the U. ft the late Dr. E. L, Townsend :4'a'or :'. adoption of **>. -- -.-.-...---
eqlupped S. Pacific Air:: ::: .. thvnin Md you .*: = Capt. and Mrs. Frank Smith --------N-NNN------- 11.883.13:
Hth special c o m m u nicaUon Forces PACAF) in Viet Nam. of this place who is now making aultvd to teow OMM why ttia rlo and children who have been visiting 93%" of Estimated: -
ulpment to direct sea assault Sergeant Esplnosa .Is a radio l her home in Bastrop. La. visited opv ftnould of not pens D*writwn ala.tad: *l.!.n by.... .If I-.ny: Mrs. Smith's parent Mr. and Estimated Cash Balance Receipt ....____________.N 223.30941
dings and their support forces. equipment repairman and I is here this week with her old-tJm. upon AnciM O. Andiwwa, Atton<..y f e: Mrs. II. C. MrCall. left last week _-......___-NN.---_ 8,3'0.00
helping Mrs. George Cawthon. r-Ullon.r, r O. rot 2M. liruBlak
provide essential neighbor
for Cape where Smith
support Capt.
rlorM. | br Total Estimated:
*n< film u a
BILLY L. MOORE and services for USAF personnelwho : Mrs. Cawthon'a daughter-in-law. --J: th c.ot wilta the Clvrk .f 1 I Is now stationed. JUrelpla and Balance .___________ 273.740.41
j Billy L Moore son of Mr. and are training and assisting Mrs. Burton Townsend and daughter AM Court.._on or b.for< "ptMnni r M.WITNKMS .. Mr. Rufus Daughette, Mrs'
Ise(: S d.r's ante be ant- ,...1..... .
pr*. Ophrah Moore of DeFuniak the Vietnamese in their fight went on to Panama City lora a aa_lnnd you granting .-.d Woptlaa. liana Ilraxile and Mrs. Mattl Lou General ef ,iB.ew.. &Maire*

Brings, recently graduated from against communist aggression.The . visit with friends, and then returned rid f>ourt at my Dvruntak hand and Kpnn tttv..Ml, rior! of Wesley" accompanied by)/ Miss Barbara -i Law Enforcement: Government --_-...-._..... .._.$100.30000
pnior Platoon Leaders Class at Sergeant's wife Annie t is to Bastrop with Mrs. Ida this *4 day of ...-,. iw*. > Irving of Panama City left' Welfare Salaries: and Costa _____ 10.22300
Marine ,awl) .. t.o Andr... ........,....-_____
Corps Schools Quan- the daughter of E. F. McCurley of Townsend.Mrs. n."rfc Tuesday morning for Atlanta Auxiliary. .......___ 211,2111.00
of th cin-uit court Operations
Va. DeFuniak Springs. Louis F. Shabek has returned WKltoti 3ounly. norMo where they will attend the Southeastern Capital ___ ..._____
He received training In leaJer- In Silver Kr Coilern MrDonaM brpuly Clth4r Regional conference nf the OUUay Espendltura IIIIIinniIiri 2o'oooo2, .
to her home
Aug t1. *.pt X 10 IT Racing Tax to Board
fp. physical fitness and other EDWARD S. T1IARPE Springs, Z-fd. after a ten day visitwith American Public Association Refunds .. of Public Instruction ___.UHLIIII 20'SCO.OO
Jitary subject designed to pre- Edward S. Tharpe son of Mr. her sister Mrs.' Estelle emus IN THE cot'nT or "TIIU (''I'NTY' Welfare Association. Mrs. Dough ---N. .--. **"* 500.00
him for a commission in and Mrs. Albert L. Tharpe of; on Crescent Street. JllMiK rt4>or Hin"WAIT"IM rwon" ,',,TRot ,'IojTY.. site la a member of the program Transfer Transfer to Fin and Forfeiture mind __-__ "I 16 300.on

Marine Corps. Upon complet- Route 3, has graduated from re- .tau of J. T. Sihlppvr. sword commltte for this meeting. to Road and Bridge Fund -.-.........-..Iimil 13JOOO.00
- Nottaio to hereby atv.n that I !>.
I niod n y foal roiurn w Mnitor
I Ih..aar of J. T. skipper. 4'frmt.e.: Total Appropriation ... _.________.... 271.BSOJO
U..1 I bars and dial for inv final|...durharii l It ton for dUtrtbuUon Reserve for Cantlngenele .__...N_.________._ 1799.11

that fWptMnbM.r ... Ins I will i ands _
to. Honorbl. Jo. ttan Trr>t n.... Count* Otn Total Budget ....-.- ..
Judas of Walton Cunt p. rtori J forPpnmkl t --------------$27:1.741..1:
of MU FOR ALL YOUR DRUG AND .n beds of tftotrlbutlon and for rtdiarhMW .. LM1met..f. Raa.>..*
MI of Ui. wW o f State fiuuree.
J. T. Mklppvr. dmi i < -.--------.--.-_.__8141.1 300
PRESCRIPTION NEEDS Howard L. CvwtltanUwrutor County Source --..........._...__._____
"I l Aile tl. ...... I. I.. IT J. V. 1-'\VSON. OWNKH
Estimated: Receipt' --.---.---__.____. .. .
> \vr.o.yC"ftoalyKMkkl2..TIIUIt.I I .I..ItI. 1- 1*" ,.. ...._, ....-______________ IO.H2.3:1:
ab. of Katiinaled neelpt* -----_____$107,IH)4.2&
Rex lf HEAReverything EaUmatrd: Ch Balance ,.. .N.____________.__ 1&00.00
King's Drugs Transfer from Oenvral fund Y. .M..NN-N. 14.00000

? Dr. Strangelora, Total Katimated RerelpU. and Balaae.. -$2.1.,404.2"

.......... ef lap.MNr...

1. Hear batter and .nJoy \ ST.MM I Usmsi'I May MAIM. Highway Malnlananea and Mteor; c-&nMu.n .__1179.10000
life mor j ML0MTI.M.* Capital Outlay)/ Cap*ndltur" -r.............Mmjl.-._,_ 28.000.OO
) COSMETICS. GIFTS AND CARDS l Road Tax to MunlclpalltlMTranafer __ A 12.000.00
2. Enjoy life more withZenith a I to Fine and Forfeiture+ Food _..........._ 11.00,00
Hearing Aid

3. Zenith Hairing Aids HATIJHHAY Total ApproprbUeae. ___a......N.-___..12 J.100.00
FOR ALL OCCASIONS r I low 68 iSO (that's all)a. ))OUIII.Tunt: 11........ tor c..U.-.w. ,, .____ 2.04.2S

..., .... 4. Try on. at Total Budget __........_...... 'n _NN..N.S23 6, "
Eis tsar, is

Kin*'** ItexallDOIT Drugs P RRISNMllr ........ N Readple

It SPRINGS. FLO RID A I County Ioufe.* TTrLMM -.......... . ._..110721.ulTl.
9% NN--.W-.1-N.NN.N.MMNNN /'. .

'I* of J KUsM4at .a amatol. ...._ 11.2&0.7.
r..ttm.te4 Cash ..v... .------a. "
._' :sti' Tr....'... from General II.......* Fund .....--.-- =
- l Tr....'_ foot ......... .tII1dee J I\IM> _.._ .T... 18::00004I3I4M.74

r. ti. ToUl r..t........ ............ ......____--
I'LUH gtl,<*.*.. ef.**........<*a

Law Knfaremeat) Salrl*.<.*..Casa __.........- .._.121.> .00
r. Capital CHMIar X..- "___ __. 'T ........ ". .

ucTawt1t11M Total Appropftallaetd" __...___.___..$1use. -

d 1CAMPYS. BUYS! .". fns c-1'sg a,ba _.. ... .._ tTN.74Total

.. II lid..' -------11750.74 RIND

........$7 .. ........

OHHCI OR HOME r9Y !Iou,.... __.... N..+.....--.N.. ---._. 12.12....
r ....... .% N...-.--- ; ::: J._ ..11....

01%" IIf 1I.I"t': Saeetp4 --------- 33,001055
Lstlmrlad Cash 11414M. . ._.NN..N..N.N-....

FALLBLOUSESTie Total r...I IRa.... ........... act IdbelardM __..........N.1 .....,....
gasna/. N EapsMlsaN

c.t'-: ..-.--..- ........... __22,


....... ...1f SSHS199 KUS"MOS..TVr.H. ......... .... Sinking. led' MiltN ..... - _24,2S 1.24

......... Total INdC" .. vTOYA& W T" 44.674,84

t........... .. ..-. .. .
MlaXAOl' t
...... .iwti 61/rt tMd ...... 1Fal :o Ma... ef PsaafLi .VV.1111. ......1 T.... V***

s.u ...., trWt, 111..... 6at4 2.;. I f.l' ....-.ue Pula, -...NNM.NN-..... 114. MUUas

..wr x14 .... Ii9s M .. II&- and 11tlfN I"\eA4\ ---._-_-.--__._eo ............ 7111e!.
.. ...... "" 9.. MUte
I I..... aft4 Fwf. -
I fJiltstafaaleg. .........-- ;..;;sit W"-t.....)= .a MUle

tries I ........, .. > 2walMdl .d1 1BU1.
Skirts cc, .........Mi6atblMN.rtt.. r IppMatleel... a.. 76tltrCawty

I lanai f.M.l Lrry ------ 1..0 7BUlrVi
1 ... 1R0 MUM
I ttet C\an- feheel. lar.y _--.NNN..N _

A_ SO Iii. M TSTTLfl 1M T.1al N 0 M

ANIt .h1CtZ" I. L I.JUtd' ,..... Clerk anwl C.IMt. M Auditor i .

I....w ee %1fy Uri the ...... sell ...... ... ....... .f sas
I .. .". eat ......
arl tal .1Walton
3" e := = .. .... C m r.VOLmlE .
"' Start Sept 2nd. :pr.rtl.hM ... w. OIl c--... c.w--
.... fUM In me a e.o.
.all/ Ybw1. Wllawh sent. Sheen ....... ... ..,' gu sad alria.dqi.
i. ..w .ter
ail ..ew1tlfwiaa . .tn.... t'... N the ( .r41M Mall gay .g"w{ 1164.tQeh .
1 r ' I ) Ceafr t sit CeriI.
r: : : Cleats
sB.r./1BIMp M /kwYtlel baud .1 Cary Cerra ..
tlV .. .. "'
..... c..at7. FIo.1da

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__. THURSDAY. AUGUST 27. 19(51(
-- --

MIeN\ Yearwood . .
II SOCIAL ACTIVITIES I With Bridal Tea Shower I I r- - -.J\; !' .-.....:..::::... .

Honoring Miss Ann Yearwoodwith FOR SALE

a bridal tea-shower were I
her bridesmaids Miss Nancy: Several Frame Homes Close To

Bludworth. Miss Judy Howell. DeFuniak Springs
Miss Veda Newton and MUs San
6 s F rep 7 dra Ruryfc.: Some Wired and Sheetrock- '

ms's, .. ; \r The Bludworth home was the 4 Shell Only
s. 4 It4 as scene of the party on Thursday,

3 August 20.Friends .of the bride called from Bargain for Cash or Will Finance

-, h four to six.
They were receivedat
4 the For Information Write:
1 door by the brJdrsn'eldg;! ,
the bride and her mother P. S. Singletary,
Pink and
arrangements of
te 4sire
climattis and coral vine were
r a f'ti abaout the
house. j
The tea table was covered with ,

t a nn imported cutwork: cloth. The Or Call Collect. 839-2121 Tampa. Fla.
silver punch bowl
and crystal Ask For Mr. Smith
; dishes slowed in the light from
tall tapers. '
: : :
The bride's book - -
was kept by .
t't Miss Hope Rachels. :

Assisting in serving were Miss % CRUNCH AND FASHION Shqwat

Verna Moody Miss Anita Manly ealt Bea iley's, Saturday Au,: t
and Mi-s. John F. Bludworth, Sr. 29th at 10 o'clock. Space tinned.
If interested call Evelyn at UW

First Methodist Church New 61171.

Rev. Langden Garrison, MJ"'derChurch '
,y a School Promotion Day y ,g use of Carpet Shampooer with

will be observed next Sunday .'" : f, w3, A Scrvlet rf Yo r bettor.131.did... purchase of Blue Lustre Carpet
Each 'J Yo.r Ixteal lfdieal Society ....| th. Shjmpxj. Fisher Hardware Co.
person attending Sunda : ,; flondm Mvdical allOClall_
School Is asked to go to his classroom << ; ; ATTENTION MOTVHERS: IF
at D:45.: At 10:00: the classes PLACEBOS THEN AND you still do not have all the girls

will dismiss to the Church Sanctus ;*.. '-4< NOWPlacebo school clothes lined up. or w>uld,

Dry, for a special program. At this Williams Keene Wedding: : have little like some changes for yourself.Call : .
time promoting certificates will be : lance in the modern meal i iI T\V 6-3791 have for sale!
presented and perfect attendanc.1 Miss Julia S. Keene became the headpiece was a pill box style t I armamentarium. Toe word' lust, like new. size: 11-12-13 div',ses. -
Dins awarded those- bride of A-1C Thomas F. WilliamsIn of matching material and a net placebo: is from the Latin. "I sheath; and full skirt
'!Harbin Hodges Wedding missed a Sunday for ;a-put' year: a double ring ceremony Thursday \eil. Bridesmaids were Miss Bar medicine will please." It I b, therefore, a only $3 and $4.00. Please cull std after 'cs-
r Also, Bibles will be presented to August 6, 1964 at 7:30: p.m. bara Knight and Linda Spradley" given to please the 3.30
Miss Jackie und carried by the attendant patient. : p.m.
noagcs, daughter ivy were "
those being promoted from therim.ry In the Wesley Memorial Methodist and they were dressed identicalto .
01 iwr. ana Mrs. Henry C. Hodges *. Junior bridesmaid; Miss I to the Junior Department. Church. the maid of honor with the Patient always want a treatment FOR RENT: NEWLY'RENOV.ated .

at AsefumaK: springs, became the Mecca Adair wore an empire dress Jack Little Church School Super- Parents of the couple are Mr. exception: of their dresses did not *. that Doctor produce hare: quick always reault efficiency apt., bath. Ilncnd:; :

...,.uw 01 Micnaei naroui son of cl pink organza and carried anosegay ntendent, will be in charge of IVYxxlrow W. Keene of Mossy have the lace Insert In the bodice.J! known enough about drug/ and electricity Close to school and
A**', ana Mrs. Henry Harbin. of of roses and Ivy, the program. Head and Mr. and Mrs. Harry I All of the attendants carried ;yellow drastic action to meet the demand town on Crescent Street. Also

.nu.u ui, oeorgia, at 4 p.m. S<*tuiu Bobby Harbin, brother of the The fifth Sunday Union Service "'. Williams of San Bernandino, carnation. I j I of the patient They have one sleeping room, con)I jnd.
yt AU&uIth., in the First groom served as best man. Ushers sponsored by the First Methodist California. Robert Gllley. served as best' have prescribed concoction: to comfortable. Ph. TW 4-2421.

,..,n.i cnurch. 'ihe Itverend were Jerry Hodges, brother of the church First" Presbyterian church Miss\. Brenda Simmons, pianist man. Ushers were Tommy Whid- vomiting produce obvious sweating effect or purging.such: a* 27chg.: .

ri. u. Vvunam' performed the bride, and Henry Harbin, brotherof and First Baptist church will beheld Mrs. James Doyette, Jr.' soloist bon and Perry Butler. |I Phlebotomy or blood-letting
uwuuta ring cancUenghted cere* the groom. Other groomsmen next Sunday night at the sang "Whether Thou Coeth", and For the wedding the ha* been a popular treatment FOR RENT: FURNISHED APT.
groom'smother were Jack Donald Adair and Tint Presbyterian church be'jli- Wedding" Prayer." for centuries, much: of bloodletting 3 large rooms with bath. 301 W.
wore beige lace dress
large arrangement of white Granger Bruner. Junior groomsman nlng at 700: p.m. Rev. Langclon The church was decorated with with matching accessories and a placebo.being in the nature of a Park Ave., Ph. T\V 6.9121.

iwea ana stock:, backed by palms was Master Clifford Harbin Garrison Pastor of the First floor baskets of white gladlolls, pink carnation corsage. I Today., doctor of medicine 827.: 9.3: chg.

.a/ued the setung for the wed- brother of the groom.* Methodist church will preach. against a background of greeneryend For a wedding trip to Oklahoma -I I rarely resort to me of the FOR SALE: 18" BOY'S Bicycle

u..,.. On either side were brats For her daughter's wedding, Everyone is Invited to the ser lighted candle and California the bride placebo. They may offer a with basket Good condition Robert -.
,.uweJAbra entwined with roses vice. Given in marriage by her father ugarpill to .satisfy a
Mrs. Hodges chose a willow green wore a mint green linen suit and patient Allen. Ph. TWI 4-7671.
and ivy.Mrs. dress with matching: acces Infant Darin Dale KJlpatrlck, the bride wore a floor length white accessories, with the orchid temporarily while they are 7:27chg.: : .
crepe son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale KUatrick town! of white silk organlza with diagnostic procedure .
from her bridal n8u.oh
the Harbin mother of bouquet as a -
W. L. Bishop played sories. Mrs. lace featured *. now hare
> was presented for baptism fingertip sleeves, alcallopped NOTICE.REGISTERED
traditional wedding music for the the groom wore a turquoise silk corsage. I I definite knowledge of scientific
Sunday. He Is the grandson of neckline in lace, the truth -. ARABIAN sta,.
ceremony.: "At Dawning" andihe linen drew with matching jacket skirt flowing to train A reception was held followingthe regarding physiology Jon!
Mrs. M. M. KIlpatrick. a In back psychology: bacteriology: immunology at stud. Finest blond lines
accessories. Both mothers
Lord's Prayer" were sung and Schedule of Sunday cervices: vas accepted by lace beginning at ceremony at the home of Mrs. chemistry, hygiene Carl Young Ph. Glendale n"-!
by Miss Anita Miles. wore orchid corsages. B:40 a.m. Church School. the waist in front and trailing Into John H. Boland. Miss Brenda sanitation, dietetic, and so on. 2325. Aug. .13.O.:! 27r'fl

The bride, given in marriage Following the ceremony a reception 11:00: a.m. Morning; Worship. the train. The veil was white roses Simmons was in charge of the The modern doctor i Is inclinedto _

by her father wore a gown of was held at the homeof S:30 p.m. Youth Choir ReheArsal. attached to ,a pillbox style hat bride's book. Serving the beautiful People speak frankly to his patient.
apprehensive about their
silk organza over taffeta designed the bride's parent on Freeport 0:00: p.m. Methodist Youth Fel- and illusion! draped to below waist three-tiered wedding cake health are ) to rush to the Falcon And Ward
I with embroidered seed Road. owshlp. Ir n back. She carried a bouquet of which was topped by a mlnature doctor for quid relief. Water Wells and PumpsEasy

pearls on the empire waist and For the trip to Miami, where 7:00 p.m. Union Services! First white carnations and orchid with and groom, were Mrs. Kenneth Even though a placebo: may term*- Call celled
Straughn and Mrs.
chaapel train. Her fingertip veil the newly-weds will reside the rebytyerian Church. white prayer book. mond. Emory Ham I hare a psychological? : effect it Doe Fatson, Benifay 647-2378
attached to Miss Barbara Davis was maidof I I U not important in modern
illusion a
of was ,
bride wore a red suit of Importantlinen Wiley Ward. Vernon 63S 2168
aUk crown also embroidered TO THE EDITOR honor and wore an aqua dressof The couple will be making their medical: treatment. The patientof
organza with navy blue accessories.Out today i is his 4:1: '.10:16pd
with seed pearls. She carried of town guests included: whipped cream with lace bodice home In Florida upon returningfrom trust in the truth,del on his i
a cascade ..rr.nlemenof f Mr. Donnta Sowell. Milton; Mrs.O. Editor DeFuniak Springs Herald and a empire valst Una. Her their honeymoon. I ITWATOJR I I doctor' knowledge and under-'
-- '--'-
...".hld..nd ivy.OMvyUVTe4net. W. Johnson. Miss Fenny. Webb. t would like to take this op- u&no&nc. I WANTED: MATURE WHITE-

;... ?..,v ,,4bltu ot button\ ,Jt>tol. Webb and Valrte Webb at portunlty to convey my thouahta : ; housekeeper to live In, care for
Florida was maid of honor. She I Chlpley; Mrs. ]Herman Drown and feelings for the many very Garden Club Meeting one six year rM girl must. be good
wore a long dress of cherry pink Miss Diane Drown and Mrs. Bessie nice things, the neighborly how O7A'iJc' Wednesday September 2 driver. See or write Sallie W'U-
of affection, the time and effort i
chiffon over taffeta fashioned' Williams of Caryville; Mrs ., Seacrest. fl mile. cast ofSeaarov
bodice Ocean Springs MU: put forth by so many of the won- _
with long sleeves and fitted Betty Ryan The DeFunlak Springs Garden Rt. 3, Box 336. Par-nma
with a chiffon panel In the back. Mrs. Henry D. Benton Beth and derful people of DeFuniak City, Florida. 8J20.27thg:
COUNTRY5 6K36ES1T Club will hold its first
toward family ,
Her matching veil of nylon tulle Pattia Benton; and Mrs. Doyle Springs making my ,
was held at the top by. a cherry Cassady. of Opp. Ala.; Mrs. Joy Mrs. Margaret Albritton and TESTED SOftCE VEMJCLE THE 1064-83. on Wednesday September FOR SALE: TWO BEDROOM
pink rose. Other attendants were Locke. Kathy. Locke and Miss was Mark. M"ke and Jerald feel SATURN I&xJiETcojaMESIN : 2. II 84. at 3-00: o'clock in house. Nice location-Insldu city

Miss Regina Williams of DeFun-' Carol Stephens of Ponce da Leon; like they were part of the crm- ITS HUGE t CLUSTER OF the Coca Cola room. All member limits reasonably priced. For

lak Spring, and Miss Mary Nell\ Mrs. W. L. Maxwell. Westvllle: munlty while I wa In the Far ENCJNESOME 754000 I and prospective' members are further information call TW\ 6-

Walker of IlunUvllle, Alabama. Mrs. Minnie Eva Resmundo an d East for over one year with the NUNOS OF LIQUID QI1GENANOKfR : urged to be present. 7738. _Aug. J0.27pd.
They. wore Identical' dre...... to Mr. Wallace of Pensacola; Mr. and Marine Corps. E I Publicity Committee - -
that of the maid of honor. Cascade Mrs. Jack D. Adair, Sr. of For We had given a lot of thoughtto .. BRUNCH AND FASHION Show
N Mr. Frank a Oeasley'a,
of white rotas. Walton Beach. picking the city which wouldbe Thomas visited his Saturday August::
arrangement best for Margaret and the COFFEE BEAMS 15 ROASTED fLmlly in Tampa the past week 29th at 10 o'clock Space 1I,: t."J.

Dr. and Mrs. McKinley' Cheshire Mrs. Betty Beach. and family boys while I was away. We decided !- AND i CONSUMED EVERY 2./*. HOURS erd: while there delivered the If Interested call Evelyn at TW
and family and his parents from Saturday and Sunday In on DeFuniak .Springs mIN THf UNITE STATES THCOUfiWOUr morning and evening service) at I C-1171.

Tallahasee. are enjoying a I'\ ,. as .guests of Miss Betty which wa know now was one of W TFE YTAR. (THATS SOOO HXJNOS the First Baptist church at Seff- APARTMENT FOR

tlon at the beach. v.C'-j and her parents Mr. and the best moves we have ever i EVERY sSctif / f14SPYM P ner. Fla. ted Farm Agency. Phone RENT TW UnU 4-
I O. D. Joiner. made. The boys and Margaret / j 'yLM ) Mr. Bill Merritt visited hit parents 7831.
made many friends while llvln.1 In Pensacola over the week-

In DtFunlak Springs, which they end.Mr. FOR RENT: $3S.OO MONTH
. have mined so very much since u and Mrs. Kenneth Clark completely re-modeled small four

moving here to Cherry Point and song Wayne and nit* of room house. Ideal for couple. See

I NEW HILLTOP North Carolina. We only hope ( ygJRECE/VE ONE-HALF OF THE Washington D. C. visited Mrs. Jim Taylor by red silo Hiway fJCASM

that within a few years we \vll DAILY REQUIREMENT OPTME VITAMIN _ _ Carey Whitehead and Mr and Wt. 8 20,27yd
all be able to return to your /V/.4C/A/ IN -- Mrs. Charles Howe and family'
part of the country to make It the past week. FOR LATE MO'O< RESTAURANT our home. 24 SLICES OPBREAP Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Chandlerand can 1)58 models up. Buying for

Please say a big thank you to 03e children Cll. Billy, Roger Eastern. and Miami markets. If
i the people the paper, the city 3 BAKED Lynn and Edith: of Princeton. N. you' have a used car to .sell call
( end most of all to the wonderful 1vTA1t7iS.CR J arrived' on Monday-. for a two James Husacy. TE 8-U'lI-a a jr..
FRIDAY FISH NIGHT people who devoted so much of 4 QUARTS OF weeks visit. with Dr. and Mrs. W. till 830: pin U.2IJd

Fresh Red Snapper Catfish their time toward making It a MILK D. Cawthon. During thel.- first FOR SALE: ATi'R FRONT
1 I pleaaant' year for Margaret id / $Of COFFEE week's visit. the group will be lots, and 'wooded In lots. On
the boys. staying at Blue Mountain Beach Cnoctawhatchee Day located on
..23 Slncerly returning the following week. for Okalooaa-Walton county line In

Percy C. Albritton a visit at the Cawtbon home) on Villa Tasao. A. C. Howe, Rt. 1

Served with Huah puppies french riea, col* stow Qy-Sgt. USMC . second' street. Box 23.. Villa Taso, :::-11." .,
P. 8.Just. nor Ida.FOR.
e Skew
e a couple of weeks ago a ;; 7MT/ I'R'TRI. IS A DELICATE, ; :\ at Deaaisj-a,
very thoughtful Saturday. August SALES MILK 70c per ..!.
friend honored Yvi a.Nl
SATURDAY STEAK NIGHT 'with a year's subriptlon to the .",. r J at 10 cArloek. Space limited or 3 gaL for S2OO. Pleas furnish
DeFuniak Herald. We enjoy the : ( interested call Evelyn at TW your own COD..i,...... Open from
Choice Club Steak -. &.Jft. and SeT Varin'aDairy.
paper pjn.
very very much. I was CCSTa: tlvlhC TAIONO D1d000CT10N .
wondert1U. could MAN OVER lUway 83. Gtondala Read
poaslbry f*
a TrAOA5Tarq IN :2o.n.: _..
..43 end ma their name so that DeFuniak Opd
we Gm\O..s.l\ .. RACICAfsuO Springs or Ft. Walton
can at ....t In some way return "+o KwuacST Nt..C\PC: $com* Beach: for Rawletgh dealer.. FUll FOR SALE OR RENT: THREE!

Char-broiled to order Srrod with such a.nice: gesture, before It slips TODAY hk'fflllRCa aT>e5 HO'E COS irsaepreferred.. Will consider' am- bedroom home bath and a half
by has
or been forgotten' trtious '
im I1IIAN w0 CIN7S PA -Umer. living
Many room dl.laqaDd room kfte
now M n
booed. naiad. hot roll sad.. .baked. potato. Thanks again ."ning a per hour and up. "see family room. Small aqtaMyand '

e e e ___ .-- P. C. Albritton i :' t i Otie R. "Turner. Stella Rout. no.a. .-- assume mortgage. Located ..
Alabama or .
-" write ltawletgt4 Road If Interested tn
REGULAR DINNERS SERVED FA I 40 BITS MempI .. T..... renting or buyteg call a Us+et,

sea ....... Crescvfew. MU 2-ZMG. L'1JtJtg
Ta. a... rwta was ltia. LOSE WEIGHT SAFELY Wit*
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85c AND UP Staples, Staplers, Stamp Pads Gem Clips India Ink .w rn e.w .....:-y '2.AR U.d1ttcot D*: y-, Onljr:

Magic\ M .w...nave.- IT .e ... o..ea..a.. 8:27.J.. IS chg.COMPLETE: .
Markers Pen Pencil fU.n .a r -.oa-e
Umly Sharpeners File ... .
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We cater to and "-'- ...,
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to parties Folders ----s. a. tare ..,1 W -
Columnar pads. Clip Boards., Legal Pads 1-.war. w w V-' a ...
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Phone TW 444(1 for Paper, Mimeograph Stencils Lettering Stencils me. ay w..r ... -. . ..,.. .. a
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4 delirrriea and party rtocnratiotw Steno Pads, Instant Type Cleaner, Ink Eradicator. ....saw.....: e.e..tttr- --e ww 0I000e1ty.. ZENITH HEARING. AIDS 1,
t Scotch a.-a. a.w
Tape. arra. ..... BATTERIES TO FIT
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l*.*. i acre &K back of Richard button .- TO MARE APPLICATION," Windshield W1pr Speed K3etriOU. .Walton Men -
LKaAL NOTICES I f our L*>t 430 ft tone 4* IOS IS widttirictulore Pub rlNAL I>IStH.'HUKFLOslIUA : Filter Oil Beth Air Clean* Social Security Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Yeagcr and
deeded *o\ff. 8. Ty. in STAIUIkS Truck painted Rd In ServiceC. sens.: Mr. and Mrs. Dick Beve-
....1. uy. Yajr 30*. Also: 1 sere Joining In Crt .t the C....,,. Judge' Overload Cards Arc Not
: ridge and children and and
81:10. Mr.
NOTICE or ELECTION: described
lucn.iU bu.lcjj act which to UM WaltMk Owaty. With th* ; dum a
tuiu r ol tiwy .40. A3 31O ft long b,. Slates body installed each truck. J. HILL For Identification Mrs Sam Berkley and children
known that X. TOM ADAMS :210 it wide. deeded in VoL 131. page Piw ate One Ill Flat Steel dump body Plan
.TTstiuT ot Btat. 01b.. State of iu Bua B. Scott In Bee. 34 .* la r* the Bstato efNottc of body to b* of lo pause smooth tel Technical Sergeant C. J. Hill( ,, have all returned to their homes
Florida" do, b..b gtv notto that a _.>. r-ntp 1 BouLte. Kau<. !. W t.Nauio raru Miller. to have reinforced concealed stskipockets. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hill ol Iu Detroit Mich., after vacationing -
BaJBCTlON will be held In hoist wltliIS" Your oclal security account
It lees than
OItlta&AL in wblcix assessed c. a. Mor- Whegs May hsrerrs not
ouT; with
Wslten County Florida on Tuesday ...u. U hereby given tea Dsrth. stroll, steel hoist ', .: with 1503 Lincoln Ave. DcFuniakSprings ; i.umbcr card U one of the moat t the Ray Wilson's on E.
put suoe.dlag the Slat Monday md All or taut property being In the Miller has filed her final report ai. IO foot platform body' mounted on has arrived for duty at lllway 90.Take'.
1SB4. tb* aald that there will Important ducumenta: that OIpoasC'llS
A. < Cut1..ty of Walton. State ofTlortda.Luit Administratrix of the estate ofOrad], hoist In such manner
y b.fL' tb* third Cia, of NOTcnxbwr .MI such ovrtttlcat or eertificata Millar deceased; that ah* has fuel b* at ..7\- clearance between Holloman AFD. N. M., after a tour This reminder cornea
eo fill the following office: shun be rrUpcntnt a<'oorc1lDC0 law her for final dlscharg* an: body .. of cab; completely enclosed w service in Japan.
V.jtsd 8ut.. r cSn U.e prx.pcrvy davcrtoatl in such --u. that she wtU apply to Ole HonorabU, by full length rub raU Doubts tram John V. Carey social l security -
\&u.. i.trlC for the !.cat* or rtUkcat. .a will be sold to Joe Dan TroUnaa.; Oounty. "...... ol r lift arm under bodyIMMaDIATB Sergeant Hill. a munitions specialist district: manager in Panama
PI un-TnMrT D the oltbat bidder at the court house Walton County.' Florida on the I.... DELIVERY Is assigned. to a TacticalAir
jusuc orb.* Supreme door on 'the fine Monday In atonttiof day' of September. I.... for approval r Terms To be leas rental and If City, Florida. 60 Seconds
Tpbscret4 Groups 1.. ? o lIe1>c.aaber. 104. wlucb ub.* 1day of earn and for final discharge mi and when rental {+aytrtenis equal the Command (TAC) unit at Hol Carry also said that the proper
the District Court of INt at 1JO amount of the bid submitted, thenUUs
Cs. (11 Jude. .peember. Administratrix of the estate of Oradj loman. His organization
of PMl for U>* First Appellat Discrtc IJatod this 10 day of AUKUI. |.M.M. .J.l.1 Miller, deceased, on this isth day ol r to this property will b* vested supportsthe use ot your social security: card
-- LEO ANURKWB August !.... In Board of County Commissioners.Walton TAC mission of providing firepower Is equity tmportnt since there RIGIIT NOWTo
Cleric of Circuit O County. Florida.. Rental psyments -
a Dertl MUlerAdmlnlstrstrlK and other air to
.*<,.. tary of Btat of Walton County' Florida of the not to eseeecl IS month and support are more than 100 million individual -
t.roU U;:A dg I3.Nl.t'f ecptl _Int. oiT Urady to begin Dec-ember 14th. 1904. U. S. Army forces. accounts In the social
of JllrlculturSAtty The Board reserves the right to
ppeemWlons'K help clear
The sergeant attended Ulounts- records. Many of them ua you
TreasurerMuptntmdn NOTICE or INTENTION TO MAST fried any and all bids security
OeD.... APPLICATION cult FINAl.OISCHAal:6 Aug. 17. IIepae.. IT This by order of th* board on Aug- town (Fla.) high school. His wife, may be under names exactly like up any question you
of Publlo Instruction IN THE CIHCl'IT COttHT IN U.t llth. 1IW4seal might have about Insurance
OommlsstonsrStaMTAttornsy LaI.... Chairman Doris is the daughter of Mr.
Plreda Public UtUltle .D Cwt: .f bas 4..0517 Js4ge WALTON COUNTY ), ) Krloa ours.
01be First JudicialSubUe UsJtn. Cnuaty', Stat *fIN'lUk. Flrida PIRaT JCUICIAL. riMCVIT :-I.A.ue: Board of County, Oommlei..*, and Mrs. L. M. Strickland of De- Your social security) account .
Walton Florida
: Bstat of
Dsfndr First Judicial Circuit MILUREO IoU.> LKY. Prfea ea.IS OJCRALDUIK: WlUCXIUtON Flalnttf NOLAN,. ttt Aug ao.ST Funlak Springs Fla. number card Is used to keep B We live 'Insurance breathe (Incur.n .
.Ukta-ffcenator Third Senatorial District o i'KOIlATK va.- ROY J. DICKEY record of earnings covered
of B- KB IT KNOWN your e and sell 'Insurance . .
0.. (I) Member of tbS Mouse TO ALL WHOM IT MAY OONClmNIlIot JOHN FRANCIS
.-- is hereby given that James 1f0LAH.O".d. Leonard Bpp llnaosao of 'WtEl'- Ly tho Social Security Act. Ifour handle every type of risk. If
00ua17 JudgeCILof W. Ward med his tonal nopoorad.. NOTICE Or API"tAItTO orated at aoo North lUtrunlak -. 0. Airman First Class oy J. work i I. covered udner theAct
) hare Is
the Circuit; Court ministrator the estate of MildredMoalry. SpHnn. Walton OOUat,. nor. any way we can help'
: JOHN FRANCIS NOLAN Ida and prrmitt** construction Dickey, son of Mr. and Mrs. must have a social .-
deceased; that It* ba* filed OENERAL DELIVERY par.Intl you you with a problems It will' bepleasure
..... his pvtltum for final dlachargs. and WKIJJON.: TEXAS .for WZmv-PM located at the sameaddrese Manuel Dickey of Freeport is a curtly account number. Carey
a far to do
Honorable has rued an aaandm to us so wltheul
..MKtMsaOouBtyBuprlnt that b will apply to the
ndnt of Public Joe Dan* Trotsaau:, County Judas of ToOl are hereby notin"d that a complaint construction p...uiltflls number BPI member of the U. S. Air Force .mphaMtcd"" that you should use obligation.

Walton County Florida, on the IXtb acalnst for you divorce In the above has named been Court tiled E 4144 .to Inriad.he followingl.......J KwRP. Tactical Air Command (TAC) the I same account number all of
rtloal a
............ Registration day of b. 10O4. for approval and Kw hort
_.... forces
*'* of the Board Of Of sana and for llnal discharge as ad and and you' are required to _,tal. Antenna toatght to be ITS n now taking part In Exer- cur: life.
=Rty(3Oom''_ Dtotrtct* 1. 3 ministrator the estate of Mildred ropy sew*' of upon Plaintiffs attorney<< a ; ":'.1U- clas Indian River being conducted : Your name and account numbcr Harris Insurance
Uta 01AtI8'W' your answer or written d*> t 7031.505
.1'.s.. this day
) on
TwMemtara of th* Board CfPwbtl leD_ on or 10 day of9.ptember. at the Tactical I Air Warfare L are used so that you can
instruction. District a and 4 ae4.JAMffi W. WARD thereof. .M4. and to file the original Mrs. Mllba Kcnnaxty and bro Center Eglin AFD, Fla. get; full credit for your earnings AgencyTW
Sic (I> Justices of the Pao*. Districts Administrator of the _ta... of wll.bhe Clerk of this e
her Cliff Davis tn Atlanta
Court. Herein are recording of these
fall correct
a. 4. 1. 0. 0.9 Mildred Moaley. decease sot or a decree pro Airman Dickey la a Jet engine The
IU-M. (S) ostabls.. District 1. J. __ oonreseo will b* entend brin aalnst welcoming Mrs. Kennsdys new mechanic. He earnings ,Is necessary so that old- 62451DtFuntak
., e. .. .. IV UPFICIIL ATVNOI'NCEMLNTANAUAL fJONB: AND ORDERED: at DaFunlakrou grandson. Marcus Glen.sen' or recently web selected in-
survivors or
for assignment 'age ,
OountIB T Suryor AIRtTION to the Tactical
Testimony Whereof I hav br*. TOWN Or PAX.TON. .1Ji.Any Bprl. Porida' this U. It day of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kennady. Air VTtarfar. Center to lurance benefits can be paid In Spring. Fla.
and the Urea Seal to b*. August assist
aor ":t my hand rM1dN" voter desiring 1904.S.
'tt. Bate of Florida, at Tallahassee com a caodtdat for the office of. JJtO ANDRaTWBOer In staging the extrclxe which will the; correct amount. ..
the 0 e&P&taI. this tb ebl ,.-t&n' day councilman or mayor, nay do eo by of the Court continue into early September. lie sure to show' your card to
of JtM A. D., 1904. Idling a qualifying fe* of 03 00. to Walton County Florida
..! : By tva Adkmso The airman I each: employer so that he may
ADAMS Secretary of Bid.41I the town clerk, kllasbetb Melnvosn. Deputy Clerk Ornamental Ironwork entered$ the Air ---------------
by not later than the t. 1rt.nn' (31) CLYDE: B WCLJUSOf Force In I 1961. use your name and account nurntoer -
Iarg734.71.3i day of Autfust KM.( THOMPSON VTKLUIAttornev :
All rmldrnt persons living within for Plaintiff Shop Located At Gaflkin ---- exactly aa they appear on
NOTICE or APPLICATION tb. city limit*, fre*.holders, or persons P. O. BOB rtDeFunlatt Mrs. John Flournoy and C'hUdh'n the card when he reports your
ro* TAX I>..EI license* will Springs. Florida Eaton
se. IM.I" P.S. b* eligible paying to occupational rr >atr to vote In the 4tl Aug rr-Wept 3. 10. IT spent Tuesday in Crestvlew wage. It you are;, .elt-emptoyed, Real Estate &
is HKRKBT arvEN. that fortb-oumlng election Those who have with relatives. copy your nams and account number -
unICE-. the bolder of the fol. not mtmter.-d previously, may .....1._ NOTICB! Tfc ICKRJCBT OTVKN THAT on the form you use to report Insurance
rtt cat** baa flla said **r* town users by not later tban Vita DOAltD or COUNTY COMM1SBIONKHM. ;) ---- ----- Agency
a tag dd to be Issued August 31. IM4 Walton county, Florida, your net earnings for social ae-
..._. TIM osrtincat numbers and The town vlectlon will b* held on will receive sealed bids until 19-OO AJd.: LIt curtly credit.Hccau .
najniof issuanc : of the Btto. day. o( ptmber. I.... whIch on IIM4. at WATCH AUTOMOBILE FIRE'INSURANCE
thc.o'1 nr.I-r n" -
ilk property and Is the avoond I3> Tuesday. 90 elect fcetr Hous InMtFunlak :t I .. your social security
U ws assaised are as follow: two 121) euuncilmen..... term of eprt..... Florida for tbs fol number Is also used by the Internal -
Osrtincat No. 1M. Year of Issuanc of ft,at will run for a prod of two low i FORTURNING
u.> yvr*. and a mayor, for a term NUT hilt THAN DCSCHIPT1ON8 llevenue Service as a taxpayer -
1X1DsaartpUon of Property B.g at rJWor nl one il. year.Covecilme.I .. AND SPKCIf;CATlONB .. FOLLOWS: identification number Carey BONDS
o< tee. 35. run W on so. lln a Two 131 new. 1M Model Two ton ,
O1Mof 11eO0 St. Hwy Mo. IS3. W. K McIntosh True Chassis .SB Cab. IMWheel...... ssld. It must be shown at bank
run alone BOW of amid bwy a diet W W. Adams I Clr. engine equipped- with CARSWIMNn. and other financial' Institutions w.* represent STROUT
d UM1I ft. run a dial of 3O0O.18f Mayor; Four" Speed Tranamlssion
to County boy: runnlnc from Jolly Ralph A. Adstn Moo Ibs Two Speed rear ash t] where you receive" dividends REALTY
Rer So Freeport thence N along said' This article being approved In regular > aas M 30 1O Ply front tire and tube wage Interest and other Income
bwy to to see lin*. thence W 1M1.3f stMlrrn of Town Council. July MO H 10 Fly Dual rear tires *
t. Pub MS acre lying 4* bvtng In .. .N4. and tubes All wrsrti sJMr7w. tee rCamiAHf Carey stated' the social' aecuritycard In Real EaUt alncsj 1900
Bea M M. I.I acre aq in BWJ Town Clerk. KHraboth McIntosh. His H. D. Wheels Is not Intended t tell be used
See heretofore cold. to Richard But. Mayor. Halpn A. Adams Turn Indicators front and rear New Location
got In Deed Vol. 11.. page 17. alao: 3t Aug 20.2T Heavy Duty Spring front and roar' Welding fur other Identification purposes.fatclal .
-- Security cards may be Lake Stanley

.... 1. B..' 141.... D0VdMtak ..r.....s. obtained at the Social Security TW 64441DvPunlak
Office which Is located In Panama -
Florida' ' PKess)*nsegla. 4-' si
City Florida at 1195 Springs KU..
1 AAA TtAmc ,
I OMIT a Avrnue. The telephone' num-
ber Is 7A3.9331. ,

Join the smart car I

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buyers who made ,, MIRROMATC.- PARTY-S- MIRROMATIC [S WlnG.A' I portablepERC0LATOR

Deluxe can opener

the number AUTOM'ATIC
one x ,. PRESSURE PAN :

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seller the number. for Speed-Cooking/ la slpl.r I I awwe..e..A: N

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It.'. more In favor. than ever!Just drop by your iticnic D'A'Wfij
Chevrolet dealer's to aco why. Look at his wide CHROME st.e CORN

assortment of brand-new Chevrolet. Chevelle. AUTOMATIC POFPIIIOIIOINAi

Chevy 11'a and Corvairs.. Pick the one you wantthen opener
a b5151krr
join all thoso smart buyers who cot a -S== ssweg. tsjast PIlCOlATOt

number ono deal' on the number one seller. But' I 904, a -

don't wait too long; there aro a lot of other amart $21.93 t t 4 nMS MII..M.*netw..a 4

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